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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.
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Publication Date: December 24, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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_THE, MORNING SENTINEL I






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915. NUMBER 271.





ORLANDO SUfffRS IN LOSS GREEK CABINET I DATES ARE FIXED J.B.MAGRUDERJR ,




IN LENGTHY FOR FARMERS' MEETSWITH DEATHINLAKECONWAY


IJF DR. JNO. W. STAGG Who


SESSION I INSTITUTES

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PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY -
DROWNED AT
5:30
THREATENED INVASION BY CHAS. H. BAKER MAKES AN Noble Woman YESTER-

DAY IN SIGHT OF SEV-
IMPORTANT AN-
GERMANS CREATING A

loved him. NOUNCEMENTDATES Laid To Rest ERAL MEN
EXPIRED AT BLACK MOUNTAIN GRAVE SITUATION ,
Always in the ForefrontW.

N.C., BEFORE MRS. R. O'Seal-In the death of the BODY RECOVERED AT 9 O'CLOCK
EFFECT TODAY ARE FIXED OCTOBER 4 TO 5
STAGG ARRIVED Rev. John W. Stagg, Orlando and the MARTIAL LAW IN FUNERAL SERVICES FOR I I

state of Florida loses one of the fore- LATE MRS. C. G. WEST-

WAS UNIVERSALLY BELOVED MAN most men. Gouna.ris May Succeed Skou- Apopka Meeting October 4, and COTT HELD YESTERDAY, Tragic Death Brings Grief to

Broad in his sympathies, unselfishin BISHOP MANN OFFICIATING. Scores of Homes-Was
loudis PremierTeutonsTo Ocoee October 5-Prominent -
the highest degree, with his ear as
Well Known
Was One of Orlando's Foremost always open to hear the call of thosein Evacuate Greece After Men Will Be Young
need, he gave his all to the up- Man
Ousting Allies Speakers"I Under the most favorable weather
Citizens His Death Casts church
building of his and the community -
conditions the funeral services for the
in which he lived. Orlando horrified last
Pall Over Christmas London Dec. 23.-Martial law will have Just heard from the super late Mrs. Florence V. Westcott, wife people were

SfltrU A natural scholar, the opportunities be declared in Greece tomorrow as a vising officials of the extension! of Mr. C Westcott, were held yesterday < night upon hearing the fearful newsof 1
which came to him gave him a result! of the danger of the situation!
the death ,
tragic of Jame 11 Ma-
tolerance and breadth of vision which arising from the change in the goy work," said! Chas. It. Baker, county afternoon at 2:50:: o'clock at
Never in recent history has such a ernment and the expected invasion by the residence on Lucerne Circle. The gruder, Jr., which occurred l laW >.".. ,
few men can ever hope to have. agricultural l agent, yesterday, "that,,
pall been cast over Orlando at Christ- Aumtro-German trooP! services were conducted by the flight terday afternoon when he "dIM< to anuntimely
Aa a minister, an educator or a This! new, contained In a dispatch after teteral unavoidable change!,, -
time thla caused, by the I Itev. Cameron Mann, .bluhop of the!
I mas as year Home end by drowning in Lake ;
citUen, he was! always in the forefront from Athena to the Tribuna at ,
death of tic) beloved men and I the dates for our farmers' institute diocese!! of Southern Florida. The+ within
many of movement for the elevation was confirmed\ In a special' dispatch to Conway tight of several nun, ;
women Coming upon other deaths I, or every betterment of mankind. the Iiondon Standard by Its correspondent are now fixed! for October 4th and service wan attended .by prominentmen \ two of whom went to hiM assistance l .

the shocking newt! of the panning! I at the Ureek The! impress which he! has! left on The 11 reek cabinet wan' Mill. In M>'*' neeeMary
away yesterday! of that grand man the community will he! remembered" ,sloii at a late hour tonight I after be been In progress more or less, since, life, society and chill..>i lender, and well t the search,, for ItU, body wan main
the Kev, Dr. John W Btagg, at Mack by all who knew him Irrespective! of hut floated for the! greater: 'part of known hualneM and profennlunal men,. tuined' and nt t II> oVUrk last night the
Mountain, N. 6. stunned! Orlando the afternoon' and evening! Heptemher! and A clear undemtandlngduly Consequently U may be maul' that the remain were dlwnvered" and broughtto
creed station\ In life
monster, projectile! or Threw Important tepa will he taken reached all essentials are 1"Ae funeral obierved. by
was
!people' B* though a : a representative lland'a undertaking/ parlors. To
The paMlng of John W. 8ta rg M a result, of the meeting, It U r*'
had mitten them full In the face! and brlngH a sense of morrow to the en ported' They. argil tidally titled by the announcementof class of. ()rIRnllo'. finest rltUen,, hli brnthrrs" and slater, to his grief

hestLYostenlay (Ire community who will mourn uln First, the appointment" of H new. dates just made, attesting the fact that Mr\ NVeitrott ..trh'krnV1t to his parenti the Hen-

afternoon Mr, 0, F.'! firm rarely with hi* loved i ones In their premier Hernnd,to the luccped proclamation.Hknutoudii of martial, "The meeting of October 4th will\ was universally beloved. and a noblewoman \ line) unite. with hundreds of friends

ham welved M telegram from Mr great lou law throughout the country he at Apopkn, the peaking to take of superior talents.tiong In extending. that sympathy which

. It, C. Anderson of Illark Mountain, An Unusual Man Third, H declaration of views by the place. In the town hall, where the before the hour net for the conipi from the heart.

slating that tlr l> Btairg had died yesterday W, ... llranrh.-It l I. email praise tn Ireek( government In view nf the Imminence .. mayor, Hnn. Frank It. UIt.Iwll\ services the spacious home whlrh As the story !goes, Mr Magruder,

afternoon at Illark Mountain ay of !lr. Btagg that he was an unusual of the Teutonic! drive on Halonlltl. take the chair at Vilna: a, tn. The breathed the marred memory of the J. I h..!, Crawford, 11. tt. ,t'arlln, ahd J.

and that funeral arrangement were man and. an unusual preacher. It M,\ Mpected.that Itnunnrls will meeting/ on October fith will be at dfrensed wan flrd!! with mournemwhnn II. Henri .dlnrlpd. for t Lake! Conway al
awaiting the arrival, of M,.. fUagg hiMtihly"' nn greater compliment fan nctTpd. Pknuloudli\ an tltPltlll'I'ltt1t1 Occwe, the address' being ,1"Ii.tott'I tears told tlm IItlt"l of II"tlt.! 4ttt! ) ttVlotk' on n duck hunting Mpeilltlott. -

who parted, Wednesday tit pan be paid tn hU ability. an it pulpit ttrttlor U believed' that the! military aItuntionIs ., In the! ftthont auditorium Ihttt has!! Ion I nh td l Into! for all 'Ortnhdtt! wnmaHutitttrhfil the car which (they wile!
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i \ In humlFPtU, sit' NIheFi hwrinply ani.' rememl' rlf"rJi1Vtlf \ ; '1.ltl' IlrlnFU'i\1' \l 1\11-tfllItF1'tl1aHa1Nli\ l the\ PFIl'fTiI''i' '' Will 1111 general' racist, hit I F.. rear: "} t the I tt+ 4HtifHI t:1Jllif"pi41: lit f- ft ,ilsfk, lift remarked \that\\ \ hll\ would>>

+ltitPtlil i HflFVIn\? FfliUimiflmlv foF thl1 In nFlanflfl will spurn f FHP. Ifimi, HflF! fllr petchsea trump m itfhijjW l lL nets, I 1''eenUae I hI' flH4Ht has I!een lice! hall !and dining r omby were viva the Muck IR ''mf era who would
lutHH\ftlllt, \ l t ti''1 the city ami luF* pm lfltJif r, II.. l Hilt t i.\ \.. mtpte, very carefully fAnihljrtlll: L end the nccupiel> l Inlimatp: friends' I venture into the water! for it i Mr.Magruder .
l ||i.. into I hewstatedetonighl'th4
pia. ftpWilHl nit' 'A' hitIhttF filtJj"rJttltp :' "Will 'inspire'' l1C" \ -U W* {tHI\t.1f\ view pf resident! pepnml tlfArp- The simple yet imprpsivp 'ftmlbeaqtjfHl ! ore pff his clothes Rnd'

ami loftier blasts, Pr, Ptftp'' won rh", I', Prtw,-Nfl-\\ FIHlI lieno Germany Ma in- hand while in some particulars requests as well as,, Fpmfprlin service waded. put into the I lake far A distance

for imt=elf a place' in the heart ofQrlmlM ) now-jqst before' Christmas, the firmed Greece that the Teuton I troops for special i I Information havebeen Pf the Episcopal church was read I pf J6Q feet, and then started IP swim l

f--" place which will always time pf joy and good fellowship whichhe will promises reach &UaniM have i been by made January by the 15, made! by Pishop Mann in his characteristic for the t bird, which was a like distance -

l he open*A him and perpetuated to hU has done so much to spread among Kaiser, it is said, that the invading t'noo meetings are confidently expected eloquent manner, bringing to the away, He secured the duck

memory! "if| He has been missed )kneely, whilewe Teutons will withdraw from Greece such as will be of general hearts of his hearers peace and con and started back. After swimminghalf

The l Ike Pr Stags was born in Virginia )knew he was ill; but to see nor as allies soon into as the their task of driving. the benefit They will long be recalled solation. Interspersing the service the distance he shrieked for help
is
Tor some years he was presi. hear him again will deepen that regret sea completed.Ford with pleasure and profit, and I urgea the Mendelssohn Club, led by Director twice, and then sank.

dent of college at Anniston, Ala.,. and possibly inspire some of us Coming Back large attendance. Posters will soon Carr, sang "No Shadows Yonder," When the body was found last

and late was pastor of the Presbyterian to do more toward cheering our fellow London, Dec. 23.-A Central News be in place." and Mr. Carr rendered "Just As I night by W. W. Rivers and Carey

chi ch at Birmingham. He was man, as he did. dispatch from Christiania says that r Am," Miss Helen Nicholas accompanying Hand the arms were drawn back as

S pastor I"f the Orlando Presbyterian -A Great Personal Loss" Henry Ford has gone to Bergen, Nor him on the piano. The first were also the legs, showing that he

church r four years, and a short Jos. L. Gut'rnsey.-In the death of way, and will sail for New York to- In 3 Years 566 portion of the service was read at had been terribly attacked with
time al gave up his active work the house and the second portion was
Dr. Stagg I have sustained a great night. cramps. When found he lay in less
here to eek recuperation and a restoration personal loss and the companionshipof Ford is returning to New York on Pct. IncreasePEOPLES concluded at Greenwood where inter than five feet of water, fifty feet

V>f health at a sanitarium at I. one of the most lovable men I have board the steamship Bergensfjord.Ford ment occurred.The from the shore. The funeral arran "-
Black Mountain; N. C. lie went to. fchristiania pall bearers were Messrs. Jas.
ever known. I prized his friendship left without giv- ments have not been perfected but
Newport News this past summer and greatly and am sure those who knew ing any of the members of his party L. Giles, H. L. Beeman, Chas. P. Dow, probably will be held Sunday. His
NATIONAL BANK
secured, unaided, the Presbyterian him best loved him most. Scholarly, any intimation of his intention, the V. W. Estes, L. H. Gddge, and S. Y. father is in Alabama, where he went
Assembly for Orlando in ,1916, the MAKES A PHENOMENAL Way. Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Woodruff,
gentle, kind and generous, he easilywon news agency says. Wednesday, and a brother is in
first tim! in history that the Assembly his way into the hearts of those It is not known if Ford's departure GROWTH IN PAST THREE Miss Hart Mrs. McEwan, and other Texas.

had i-ver been induced to meet in with whom he came in contact. The indicates that he has definitely aban- YEARS BUSINESS HAS friends were voluntary flower bear- James Magruder, Jr., was born at

Florida.He loss to the city is irreparable.John doned the purposes of his peace QUINTUPLED.In ers. Carey Hand, undertaker, was in Sanford twenty-five years ago. For
was a scholar of the first order, cruise. charge of all details. The floral of-
M. Cheney. Dr. Stagg was a fifteen years he has lived in OrUfido.
possessed of a brilliant mind, was an remarkable man. As a preacher, he The Central News also announces today's Sentinel appears an ad- ferings were varied and beautiful, He was a son of Mr. and Mrs.

editor, a>nd a wonderful apostle in was eloquent, forceful, practical and that all members of the party have vertisement of the Peoples National coming from individuals and from the Magruder, well known to

spreadiHJ- the faith and gospel of logical. He was broad minded. He left Christiania for Stockholm to car- Bank which speaks for itself. In numerous organizations of which the people. January 6, 1914, he Jt

Christ aid God's Word. had a keen sense of humor and a ry out the original intention of the three years the bank's customers have deceased had been an ardent member. ried to Miss Adelaide
Prominent citizens, when told of
native wit that sparkled in all his trip, which was to obtain deegates toa increased from 428 to 2,853-a 566 Warren, Ohio, who survives him.
the death of this beloved man, were speech. He had the rare gift of making neutral conference.The per cent. increase. The deposits and VILLA. WITH REMNANT OF HIS He is also survived by four brothers,
dumbfounded and appalled. The following OXCE POWERFUL ARMY
you sense his conclusions without reason for Ford's departure is assets have correspondingly increased.To STARTS NEW REVOLUTION Chesley, Robert, Clarence, and Rich-
brief sentiments of love to stating them in words. He made his dual, according to these dispatches. read the advertisement and see ard, and one sister, Miss Susie Ma-
Dr. Sta r's were obtained. lie has been suffering from a severe
memory hearer think. We will all miss his attack of influenza and his the figures of this steady and consistent gruder. lIe attended Stetson Univer-
Could man who knew Dr. Stagg overwrought El Paso, Tex., Dec. 23.-Villa, with
ev ry genial smile, his witty sallies, his stories nervous ctndition has con- growth of a local institution is to sity and Blackshear College, at Black- '
the of his
tell of countless could be remnants once powerful
him
pages and his helpful deeds. "His life tributed to the gravity of his illness. marvel at the progressiveness of the I.ftrly: is preparing to invade northern shear, Ga. lIe was known to every-

written. was gentle and the elements so mixed His rest.physicians have advised com- bank's officers and directors. In an Sinaloa and will be joined by GeneralIodriguez's body as "Jim," and had a warm, gen-
Oilando'g, Greatest Man plete
in him that Nature might hold him The other report was that his disappointment appreciation signed by Chas. P. Dow, army, which is also mov- erous heart, a sparkling personality,
Jas. L Giles. Dr. Stagg was the ing from Casts Grandes toward Sina-
up and say to all the world: 'This wasa over the reception accorded cashier of the bank, Orlando and Or- and had a vast throng of friends who
.greatest man Orlando ever had. He man.' his party in Norway has con- ange county people may read of the loa.Villa will move southwest fromBustillos' loved and admired him. .
was pos essed of an abundance of Hnced him that his peace mission is a ranch in western Chihuahuaand
phenomenal growth of this institu-
public pW'le, he was always doing failure and he has therefore abandoned pick scattered bodies of _
troopsen
up
AMERICANS ORDERED OUT it. tion. AT THE FAIR ;
j.
and always route to Sinaloa. ;
good forhe people, was
poor El Paso, Tex., Dec. .-General The last day the Ford peace party I In the short space of three years, These intentions of Villa became
boosting for Orlando. lie neverhad Pershing, commander of the American passed Christiania 1 was a turbulentone. a modern city institution has sprungup known here through some of his former The results of yesterday'swere _
muc'> money because he gave it troops here, early tonight ordered It was announced at an early generals who surrendered recent-
in this community, and to fully :
he believed neededit all Americans out of Juarez I hour that serious disagreement had Juarez.
all to these whom ly at
himself. lie intersted when he received reports that a mob developed among the members. appreciate it one must talk with the They have intercepted messages between Electric Bow, b. g.. by Electricity,
than
worse was surrounding the financial agencyat officers and inspect the premises. Villa and Rodriguez. win the fret for all trot, being on his
himself 'u the Country Club and every Juarez demanding money. Koenig to Confess I Americans arriving from Madera toes, hte contender being. Nita; Lenorn .

othe, ihaxe of the city's life. To Street car service between the two New York Dec. 23.-Paul Koenig. ELECTION OF OFFICERS today report that the' town was and Tregaltant. finishing third and
ll Every places! was discontinued soon aft"Pershing's : sacked Villa. Three Americanswere
replace Stapg is impossible. chief of the ttambur .Atneric'an: Line by fourth. Best time 2:25.
cUbe In th e community has suffered order was announced. letectives, made overtures to government arrested by Villa and are being In the 2:15 Mr. llamlln win 1
Olivet Commandery No. 4, Knights held prisoners! at Madera. : pace, ,
an lnd: Pm 1 loss in the deathof 44444444-4444444 officials looking. toward a cones Templar, held their annual election of General Obregon has established with John H. making hU twenty-fir

Jr. St '*; 4 r.S..tSr.IS"'A CLAL'S 4 ion, according to official sources! officers last eVl'nlnJt.tlth the follow headquarters at Juatet and U etpected winning race this deacon, and he
l to enter the tomorrow with
A tUrat LOM t to CityL 4 i FUND 4 hls evening.The tug results! Charles 1L Titdeti efnUnent additional Carrantlstas.town proved himself i sonic llt'er. the c nlehlloH -'

It. f1todRP.-nr. Stagg was! one 4 -.., 4 rumor of A confession arose commander) Carl Jansen, gehrall -> wa* for second money Ada
I"'of the! best men t ever maw! Ills! death 4 1'retinuely atknofdtt| | $211.0.1:\ 4 after ktlPhlt and two of his alteredgehK ? slmot: Charles! Jordan captain 44444'4444444444 t Folnlef and fierier Palf/heri rVhtlh E

mean! ft great loM' ttf the city* On 4 Mr. Kate Wrltht . . . 10.00 + ftlchard Emll Leyehdeckef tenet-alt!: IMVitt (\ Miller senior: 4 1UELI,4Jt'kll'tlttttt/ \\"t ILL 4 all! the! way with Mist Prtbt nhd

had tit know him (d appreciate him.I 4 Hnrthre Jo t phltie 4 anal I Edmund Justice. were arrttlfrhed frardeht Cha!ll tt tlow: juhlor War' 4 11.USH MAttmtlAtIhtre Lady Ul tlltt l phllttlritf! fmifhl Hlbr y.

I Mhi deeply l Dieted and have >ufftttd 4 Jru.httlt . . . . . . 1.011. IH federal court: td t lend! ttt two t IrlHlurhed ... leht Mh: W. eirHhttth: plelttlel tr '---- 4 the mp-fnuHh' mile damh war win
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the tHHW |IR OFlnDtlrt.. ire ihateHFthi I I : ! Lull 4 | I CMfj JnBSPH I} "' hl' t was\ rtHlsB fFHW\ [ !I, hftiVMli. FflFUllMlifkli 1 flFM iil'Hf' 4 Rrtlay I'hrlatum4)(( } ), M U (Mrllprn 4 VIU (trot tmliih t1 'RHlnt the( t rloHFthe
hid IIn I"UHIIR' mind II' RevmF! had -- n front( Hf, (the Jan MR .MhfF ffl\ mlFrere And\ >) many other \uefHl' I\nh\ 4 f"-IRm, ( An diy Monti' **, 4 mllll ttih\ And the cow perry

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' I iy 19 t ARI' hoe!I cleat" 1 I Admired' And,, 444444444444444 t 14p u tlVtlf, Wng; fipieaRINlpr.f l Rilmhey (et!, O'Hu1, hoolj( Plater 444444444444444 .


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"" rrflgTfV'.1 1 rVV ,H....IM_ .*, .M...R11t.r".... Ills Christmas buying full many n I consulting Cook A Co. (Christ buildIng I COME EARLY
lity.We ), will receive Information AS to !
= .....,.... .1 lIMo ...*...,m... .l i Orlkftikt., rU. f toll) him. to hasten. to speed on investments and material which will
.... .. H....i".l t'I... Mull M..H,f, I his way; prove of value. Plan And estimates
IiItll1U'IIIt'.UN, KA1aaIbnr. Hut the shopper h.. smlleil and he furitUheJ free. 1.12.1p.7tc
"... .. ....,.. ............. 1100PII said "Nay, nay I"
011"$I,.. I 1 M.nth.....",.... .," ..", ,..,................u..u.. 116 a.1 Kvrn: a* you and I I.) TUIIKEYf'), TtIIIKE1'S, PAT LIENS anti! get useful gIfts llelcnv you will find n list of nice: present:
0.11,. I M..tb' . . . . . . .,..... .1' A shopper there wa* and his clothes Country and, honeys sausage In,
l1eUt'orKla
...ki-. T..r . . .. .. .... .. ...... It,,, were rent fart moat everything can" syrup good to eat. I Gillette Unzurs _$ ,..out
i.IN I Kven: U you anti 1)) the man that nets the prlee." NonoidUi
ui rift' )
ALL ifBai'mPtlONsT An' v Nclr 'I'wrti ('111''111181 eve ere he shopping | pntne here. Fair and Riiunie t Kvef; Uently Hiutol-a _________....*-4.. 1.00gt1ttpt
-- Went- \ tleorpln nhd Floftiiit
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dfl1to| every
---- to AtlVKRTllKtfltIII With 1tt4( iifeeiou hioments all but\ Btorfi" !2iT gne.Boone ette t. .'. T.htJlh. !* HfUUits _________;;swssss* 1.00 \

t.f .Al.slar IN III Yt1.f awlRttHIN. SpHiti his 1-12-iB-nU l Hut Writer Mottle 1,50 t.Wil
.. Hut it nhiitijteF Must folio hat- ;;==*=====;== =s
s* tent blliiith IH It IM V .1"ulIf
...(all. ill\*( Mrtf the. .*fitMttnti.Ml-llfltlflii.Mil .t 1W I.tm fill*t IiIrll 11.1. 1 tits( (..KitHVHi al )Hti. \ nhtl Li) ;'a eRntt. \Ill f lb =====;=?: a=a=, t 0We
la tliiPttl"' H.UIIIIf i I 'II FOR SALE &
.HfiiMn. .' IAtNFa111) d'il/kialt iiiUtti 44.RH1 1 H 1 l../li't ittltjli; slid IP'S( lH itlrilN"' Mills't: thttdkil\ I.=======:::::::: t. fj

!.FNI.1i'. ttrtl'f"llf' IN t I'lItlR,1 ytNfWI$ ht? UiM+ n'Wt1II1! ( ; !" *"W | FWieFtfMMil hint
'/1f1I''fT thHHM IIN I H*.* JH *flHh fH + : ami \\\\\ti\\ \ will be nice( little( gift In the
nf( 1,00)
fills Hl Ulilf.Ii/ II, lit H*It, It .tfl 1 tl" U \\'itll t t-nitiiHjf: to( lust, iiitilILIlU ltp ttRr1N I lw\e\ GiH nn in l'In\i f i upi \ \ a\ (
H"Hated.!) 44 HI'! irenl6r .NIahFItiIHA fltH:
mliltllII"' h At"". 1 1! .III fEH 14 . . . : It I A,1'' tHit he nwv nnHlHMtfll ItpnW f ethyl' Two lots fronting 1IIWliitlttl nr snn,
-- - -- ----- -I( lt) umtt.Fetanilpurvey,
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t'l1IIJ.Itt rt.\lItt; I 1I( ;af!I, III, : : on Colonial} Drive r
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TIIH"VIHrHUHTHfi, ; flTT" \'" certain'. firm Pf ''licl. ! manufacturers East nnd Past

"' fllllJST.l"' \st 1 {ii trying to revive i interest 'mwheeling. ,
What js the "Vpice of (the fity" This wou4! be easy but for Lake, Bearing orange City Drug Store
this Christmas ('Ii it i not. Jhankful- two reasons: First, many people who
...e51>"-Thankfulness for the glories are really in the bicycle class have trees, large
of' 1915, the innumerable blessings bought automobiles; and second, the Jt L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
which the Omnipotent has showered number of swift moving motor cars live oaks. Cornerlot

upon Orlando, and the multitude of now on the road have made. bic'clingdangerous
pleasure and good fortune which has $800. Inside lot

been ours for the year now ending? -0-
It seems as yesterday since Or- In view of the threat that automo- $700. Phone 567, i, FOR SALE! I
lando's heart was quickened by the biles may cost more next year, many Don't Overlook!
cheer of the 1914 Christmas.This people feel that it is the only thrifty or inquire 108 Hill- ,
My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
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year as last the pall of death and prudent course to borrow moneyto and Robinson avenues, containing I Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
hovers over one-half the globe. Mil- buy one now.Yesterday crest Avenue. This One Library, Reception Room, Den, Sewing !I arranged, and sprayed by under
at each Room Dining Room Kitchen, ground system. I
lions of
people are grappling o Pantry, Grocery Room, Lavatory all Large garage and log cabin play
other for domination homes are in and Tuesday it is said on first floor, with bath and a steeping house, etc. Will sell furnished or un-
ruins, the life blood of nations is be- were the shortest days in the year. THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE 80 acres virgin timber 3'/2 apartment with eleven windowsand I furnished.
ing sapped by War, and into the But the fellow who waits until the i seven closets and storage room on 11-7-lm
maelstrom of extinction society is 26th to buy his best girl a Christmas & INVESTMENT CO. miles from Orlando, near Con- CHARLES P. DOW

flung grasping for the Infinite's hand present will think Sunday the long way brick road. This is a choice

which is suspended over but not in est.. moved their office to the
this fearful pit. o have piece of land and is suitable for
Benedict Residence, 114 East
As one-half the earth is bathed in The last repcrt is tha.t we won't to citrus fruit, truck and general
blood so the other one-half is glistening have to break with Austria. What's I Central Avenue and hope

in sunshine, and the brightest the use. She will go broke herself,,. meet our clients and many new farming.

spot is Orlando. I if she keeps up fighting much longer.,' one to get acquainted with us "Why Not"Send
True in thousands of homes in o and our methods of doing busi- PRICE $35.00 PER ACRE
America children's hands are playing The present war is the first Euro-
and sell Real
ness.Ve buy
with the tear-stained toys made in pean conflict of the first magnitudethat a box of assorted Grapefruit, Oranges and Tanger-
Europe by weeping mothers and unfortunate Spain has managed to escape for Estate and Mortgages, loan ines to your friends at home?
victims of an inhuman dis- 2,000 years. money on good securities and

order caused by weak man's desire to o advance money to parties intending F. A Wallace Realty Co 10 pounds ____________________________________$1.35

rule; millions of men and women The way to change a mobile face to to build homes on easy ,. 20 pounds ___________________________________$2.00
bound to distorted Europe by the ties an immobile one is to step in frontof
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Guarantee for 3 Arcade
terms. Bank our Room Express Prepaid.
of heritage suffer in silence at a sys- a car.DADE .
tem whicha\ alien to the Americas; o transactions. Phone 117
and millions more are.vitally interested COUNTY DRY BY A BIG HENRY BENEDICT PRES. ,

in the construction of adequate MAJORITY ._ .
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defenses against the ravaging and Miami, Fla.-In the wet or dry -- --- I Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

reeking forces of civilized! warfare. election held in Dade county December II I

Therefore while one-half the world is 21 the drys won by a majority of Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
gorging itself on the vitals of others, 003. Miami was voted, dry by 160

another one-half are spectators obsessed majority. 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
with thoughts of thin gigantic Miami had been in the dry column budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
spectacle.One for several months, but recently a town.
asks if this is the spirit of petition was presented' to the county House, Barns, Outbuildings.
Christmas? commissioners asking for an election.
Christmas to the Orlando hoy and The date was fixed for December 21. Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALEEXCLUSIVE ROOFING
girl and to the Orlando man and woman but the drys were well organized anti SALE ORLANDO
should not t.e l mere (custom; it li I won 1 by the foregoing majority AND
not how many presents one receives Sunday l afternoon lion Willlnm J

nf (he material) significance of the Bryan, former secretary of state, delivered Orlando Real Estate Co. SHEET: METAL COy
1'\'l'nt-lt hou1il menu THANKl'UUNKHN an mtdresri to fully 6,000 per
.
I, positive joy for the Meaning sons in which he vigorously denounced i;. II). IJItAJI EY --=.--: ---
of health, environment and freedom the saloon WATKINS. 11LOCIC' PHONE: 501Clifislmas :; I
Ollarulo I III fclnirultuly and peculiar Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin Asbestos,

I ly blessed A lipnutlful' \ climate, it 'misi'ixTH) ; .,. roii toni; > MAHKIITII :

healthful altitude", sterling 1"-111"111, | .\II, TI1AM -. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . . .... and Rubber Roofings
men, Infilling, \ church, tin lri@pronrhnlite Hollln linnet 'lull, t team I III *how.
', municipal I g*'vetnnwnt" 11It.rII. ) lit ",",,".1 "t tle. Lots and llui> Cornices, Skyllphl, llfnlliip Vrnlllalinn, ftl'ial Ceilings
pulille and privnte "dllmlll ,1.HIIII"ttl.II. \ ttlr &t guard Sherman' at center, und Cards and Booklets II \ -- -- -

\I.y Oothfearing and righteous In* luti'hlntoii and Martin\ at forward, Works' 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Mmctor, a pity of hum" ?!*, civic ,pride\ are working together( In good shape,

battling, for ideal, organization and are petting in some splendid Exquisite selection(from !c. up). Also Souvenirs, ---
composed! of talented men and wo* leant work. There U an abundance Novelties Toys Japanese Novelties, Stationery,
men, A paucity of crime no black or new material to pick from which and Magazines.
sheep to disturb the equilibrium of a III showing up in good form and there

harmonious city; no rotten political Ii every reason to believe that thia 22 W. Church St. for
Else You
Whatever Buy
intrigue no vice or corruption, and lear.s team will be one of the strong IIrl'nham & HI'II
the indomitable spirit of progress and eat basket ball organizations which ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. I. DEPOT
,
advancement coursing through the hall fought for the Blue and Gold in ChristmasYou t
veins of all citizens. a number of seasons. MinilMlilllllMlilllllllltPURE

)s not this enough to prompt a .- -- must have Christmas Cards. Our line this year is
:
supplication of Thankfulness?
JUNU GET UXCENSORED WAR
varied and beautiful than ever before.
how more
How (conflagrations
many NEWS FROM EUROPE
many business failures, how many FOOD STORE The early shopper gets the cream of the stock. Whetheryou

_,' destitute and suffering people, how New York.-MUs Helen Kellar and buy or not, it Is a pleasure to have you see our magnificent
other blind in the United
and uneducated citl- persons
many illiterate GroceriesCHRISTMAS
zen*, how many fault hall Orlando State are obtaining uncensored news display.
that other cities are heir to? An exception from the capitals of belligerent\ na- W. S. BRANCH
here and there, but Itn nbiim!' lions in Europe: In newspapers pub. HINTS ,

of blessings to olTnet! possi l lble Uhed for the blind in London Paris, ROOK AND MUSIC STORE
ante any lerlln and Vienna, Recording to Mil Raisins, Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, THE ARCADE
Orlando llil I good
Irregularities n These not Citron, Orange Peel Lemon Peel Cluster Raisins, IJumett
endowed, with Cellar.( l newspapers' are
clean, enterprising city
citizen of lofty Ideal and ambition, censored, she says. l because they are Extracts: Hurnctt's Cake Coloring.The I
And printed, nil ftrlvltitf for the Upllftmrnt
state type used for the Hind, which the No. 8 W. Church St. .
betterment, of the city, county, Phone 203
,
unable} to read.
censor are
and! nation. G. C.
Chrlntma "These uncensored accounts of con MontgomeryWe
This hi l Indreil n merry
for Orlando and her people. ProsperIty ---- mMIMMMMMilllMMMMMIMMM*t

has been our lot, while other cities INVESTMENTSMunicipal MMMMMMf have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for
have suffered; a step toward the
summit of civic ideals has come to us WE CLOSE SATURDAY our painting department. Cars overhauled am '"lnted.
white other communities' have battlet
against overwhelming odd and and Industrial Bonds Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $1IJ A. 1450.

failed; and above all else every inhab- :.
itant of the City Beautiful is happyin
Get that supply of High Quality Feeds, and Obelisk and

goal the of thought perfection that a in step city nearer life that has Mortgages on Improved Property Jersey Cream Flour today. CNAURS" MOTOR CAR CO.

been attained. : We have the Best Shorts and Bran in town. If you
Peaceful homes' sequestering brilliantly -

lighted by playful Christmas and trees care surrounded free. 8 % INTERESTInvestments don't believe it, come and let us show you. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

children; churches holding score \ 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. t'HONE 221

upon scores of worshippers; and a'' The Co-Opertive Produce Co.W. .
shimmering shroud of celestial bliss
of unquestioned security
enveloping all, re-echoing that comforting S. D Wltt, Mr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 .
refrain: "Peace on Earth, : - -
,t Good Will Towards Men. causes the CIIAS. P. DOW :
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Advertise in the
r "Voice of tho City" to whisper softly, Sentinel
"THANKFULNESS. 'I The Peoples National Dank MIIIIIMMIiniMllimillllllillllllilMMIIIMi t



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PLATINUM WORTU FOUR TIMES ITEMS FROM TAFT NEWS NOTES FROM DRENNEN' I FOR ALE-CHEAP

AS MUCH AS GOLD I I I STATION' I I 70 acres virgin pine land just oft ,
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Taft Fla., Dec. 22.-Carl Sphaler Drennen, Fla., Dec. 22. The To. brick road and fronting for half a (
mile on the southeast side of a beau- Orlando Gala G l Week!
New York.-Along Maiden Lane of Tampa formerly of Taft is homeon wonto Literary Club met Friday even tiful lake not far from Orlando. $;51|

jewelers about the with the Misses Frint. The
are worrying a visit for a few days. ing program land at $30 per acre for an immediate

great rise in the price of platinum, , was in charge of Miss Lillian buyer. Address Box 546, NOW. '

which ia now worth about four timesas i Mr. Chas. Lane, from Tennessee Barnum, who talked on Ella Wheeler 12-18-Gtc I

much as gold and seems likely to arrived in town Thursday and is the I Wilcox reading some of her poems. II I

go even higher. truest, of Mayor A. E. Boyce on Captain Albertson followed with an I THREE DAYSDECEMBER

AH the belligerent nations are Fourth street He left Tennessee to excellent talk on Shakespeare. At
FOR SALE I
metal and I the close of the social
holding back this precious escape the cold weather, but if it is program a

France is reported to be trying to hour von cnjojed. The next meeting, TO SETTLE AN ESTA'lE
cold there how the 23,24,25FAIR
can people en-
buy it here. i will\ be held at the new home of Mr. I
dure the weather up in Maine, the Beautiful Stone Residence, con-
Many manufacturers of platinum and Mrs. Spencer Braddock.
Adirondacks of New York, Ohio, sisting of 6 Rooms, Bath, Sleeping
jewelry may have to shut up shop Mrs. Leslie Coombs of Bartlesville,
Michigan, and through to the Dako-I Porch Stable-Garage, Chicken I
after the first of the year because Oklahoma and Mrs. P. A. Savage, of GROUNDS
tas? Z-z-z! It makes: one shiverto I Yard and about 60 fruit trees, I
they can not get the raw material. I:\1 Munfordsville Kentucky, will arrive
think of it. Who can blame peo- i mostly all in bearing. Lot 150x i
TJiree months ago the metal was Saturday to spend the holidays with
ple for coming to sunny Florida the 200. Only 1>* blocks from Lake
Belling at $41 an ounce. Now it is their sister, Mrs. J. W. Gaines on
land of perpetual summer. We never Lucerne. Quiet, ideal location.
about $100 an ounce and only small Pine Loch.
about the high price of coal, Inquire at 113 Ernestine St.,
worry or or DEC.
FRI. 24 2:19 Pace 2:14 Trot
quantities can be obtained even at Mr. and Mrs. James A. Treat delightfully : ;
heavy furs and overcoats. W. II. PALMER: Adm'r I

that figure. I Miss II. B. Layton demonstrator, entertained a company of 3 West Pine St. and Cow Pony Race.
Almost no platinum is being im friends at their beautiful suburban
was here last week and formed a can- '
ported. It is reported that $300,000 home, Thursday evening, in honor of
ning club gave instructions in mak-
worth was recently received from the their guests Mr. and Mrs. Richardson ------ -

French government consigned to a ;(,ing marmalades jellies etc. We sup- of Chicago. Cards and music Oakland Six $875 F. O. B. Orlando. SAT., DEC. 25: 2:22 Pace. Free For
in the near future such delicacies
large munition plant for use in war pose were enjoyed and dainty refresh
All Paces and one-half
j j will lie (common and on the regular I Mile Run.
materials, but so strict is the em- ments were served by the hostess. ,
: bill of fare daily. We understand
bargo for commercial purposes that Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
;that a nice enthusiastic class was or-
not only the jewelry trade but other I Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Crout Mr. and
ganized. Let the good work go on.
industries including manufactures of Mrs. Lege, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell,
j C. II. Nelson W. N. Gartman C. A. i
electric, chemical photographic den- Mr. and Mrs. Foran, Mr. and Mrs. -sroa,r n-o.k
I Tompkins and N. Rizk were in Or- 1 i Goo Music Goo Clean Amusement
Racing
tal and surgical supplies are feelingthe lando their Wood Mr. and :Mrs. McMahan: Capt l f
Friday squandering summer's "
"Oakland sold ,
Chas.
shortage to a marked degree. Albertson and Miss Lillian cars are everywhere.Everybody

Thousands of old sets of false teeth wages. Barnum. I II
Mrs. M. Maiden of Charleston, I -
have been broken to the ; The Jennie Jewel Union Sunday 1
up secure lit, arrived last week and is stopping : 1I
platinum in their construction. school will hold the Christmas tree 1I I
pegs I
with her brother Rev. R. J. Brewer, I iI I
Many manufacturers "in Maiden exercises at 7 o'clock Saturday even-
where she will stay Indefinitely, prob- I
Lane remember when bought the ing.
they
ably for the winter.A I
metal for $5 to $10 an ounce, but I
large and enthusiastic meetingwas
that was just after the civil war. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Knows Where We Are
held at the school house last Fri-
Russian, French, German and Eng + !REMEMBER THOSE WHO CAN +
day evening to forma "boosMrs'club .
lish syndicates have controlled the + NOT SPEAK FOR +
board of trade, or whatever It
chief source of supply of platinum in I 1 4THEMSELVES +
may be railed. The object was to _
the Ural mountains. A small 1+ + I
quantity boom Taft. A club of forty memberswas 1I
has been obtained in Columbia I+ At this. hapit:! time of joyous +

and the United Hates. formed for general ImprovementIn I 1+ giving. and feasting. with those"' + Yancey Meat Market
every way to make the town attractive ,
: we l love, and those" who have +
also to encourage settlers
FLORIDA MILITIA m\'. s (2001)i ) + faithfully served. U04, let in not +
and manufacturer! to 'locate here. I IW@
HKND: 01," ,' uv m s. WOOD + fail to remember our domestic +
have another meeting$ Wednesday :+ animals with a lieu nil fill' ChrUl" + T. A. \'ANCI;\', lies & (Jen'l. l\hr

evening, You Just watch our *moke.Preparation .
Washington, I D. G.-The annual re I + DM'" dinner for their faithfulness +
are helm': made for a
I'ortot Jen.. A, L, Mill!, chief of the ; & + and "service without murmuring +
Christmas tree, on Christmas eve: for
militia division of the: war department : + It seems> very fitting and +
the school, Sunday school, and
give the Florida. militia. a fine The every + simper that we "should do this, + 1
children
body. are practicing
send-off & "since He who came to us on this +
pieces for speaking, the l singers are
Various companies In the Florida + day was born among these + You ores planning your Christmas dinner now.
trimming their voices and it looksaa
militia are rated for efficiency in up + friends of man and was laid in a +
though the exercises were to be interesting I
armory instruction as follows; 4- manger, +
in connection with the tree.
First Infantry -Company A, Jacksonville + MARY F.. HUNT.' + RememberWe
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Redwood and
very good; Company B,Jack. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
nephew, Mr. Paul Buell of Kissim-I
sonville good C, Tallahassee --------
very ; Company mee were Sunday guests of Mr. and have the turkey, chicken, duck, or goose that you want to makeit
good; Company D, Jackson. Mrs. J. H. Estes. JONES' GOES JUST THE SAME,
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vine very good; Company E, Jacksonville Mrs. Emma Bray of Savannah I West AND Bound-Read THEN SOME Downa. a perfect dinner. Also a full and carefully elected line of

very good; Company F,Jacksonville
Ga., arrived Tuesday to spend the .m. a.m. p.m

very good; Company G, St. holidays, and perhaps longer, with Orlando nun 6:30 10:15 3:00

AuguyMiife I very good; Company K, Ocoee n_______ 7:30 11:15 4:00 *
her brother G. K. Thomas, and her
__ Native and Western
DeFuniak Springs good Com- Winter Garden 745 11:30 4:15
very ;
sister, Mrs. E. A. Warner, on Sixth Oakland 8:00: 4:30
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pany L, Apalachicola very good; avenue.. East Bound-Read Up I

Company 1\1. Panama City, very good. Miss Clara Heckert, who is teaching Orlando 9:30 1:30 6:00 Meats
Second Infantry Feild Ocoee 8:30 12:30 5:00
officers in the school( at Bassinger, is Winter Garden __ 8:15 12:15 4:45 .. ."
\Vauchula
very good; headquarters spending her vacation here with her Oakland 8:00: 4:30
company. Gainesville very good; I uncle E. Corwin. Fare Beef, Pork, Mutton and Lamb, Veal, Fish and Oysters.

Company A, Ocala very good; Com- I I Orlando to- Straight Round ,

B, Brooksville, Ocoee 55c. $1.00
pany good; CompanyC -
SEVERAL LUCERNE COURT COT- Winter Garden ._65c. 1.20 Nuts, Celery Cranberries, Lettuce and whatever else the market af
Orlando good; Company E, Starke, TAGES RENTEDC. Oakland _________--75c. 1.40
good; Company F, Wauchula, good; Children under 12, half fare.

G, St. fair Will pick anywhere on the fords. J i
Company Petersburg, ; A. Hovey has rented CottageNo. you up .
road for 5 cents a mile. We buy
Company II, Tampa, very good; Com- 1, in Lucerne Court on Lucerne anything and everything and do all
Phone Phone 135.
pany I, Key West, very good; Com- Circle, to Mr. W. H. Norris, of Glens kinds of messages for you. We have 317. -

pany L, West Palm Beach, good; Falls N. Y. Mr. Norris and hit! fine cars and will make extra trip .
M Miami after the show for 5 or more fares.A .
Company good. WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS.
daughter Mrs. Dodge, will spend the
charge of 10 cents for suit cases
Very few states have been awardedas
winter in Orlando. Cottage No. 2 and other large bundles

many "very goods" as Florida.' has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Boqst the Bus! It is better than

McNeill who will occupy same after the:MORTON street car.H. JONES & SONS.
UNCLE SAM'S MEN IN HAYTI
January 1. !1 Phone 586.
WONT' GET TURKEY FOR



Philadelphia CHRISTMAS Pa., Dec. 22.The

transport Prairie which was to have Yancey Meat Market

sailed from here yesterday with 100- The Longwood HotelOpen

000 pounds of turkey for the 3,000

sailors and marines stationed in Hay- T. A. YANCEY, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr.
ti, will not get away until (Thursdayor under new management. Special attention

later because of a broken top- given to auto parties.

mast, and consequently will not reach Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the
Hayti until after Christmas. Presents
week or month. satisfaction
service
for the naval forces from friends Quality, ,

and relatives in this country as wellas Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.

500 buckets of cranberries and I D. A. MIDGLEY, Mgr. .

5,000 pounds of candy also are aboard I !

the Prairie.


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Cannons that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones,
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Dolls, Dressed Dolls of All Sizes and Prices. ,
Tea and Dinner Sets Aluminum Cook-
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\\-IIIh! ed!I (to Ulahk Jrutl \t'f kindly 1 I fdtb = Apupkai fla. tlM fih-th CT| !et.ra1Ur Mf. arid Mhs. 1)) W, dark fi+ hlhitt

*|'t HtlHK| frtt f hviUUM/! the Wllfwt will Hive it "tackjr |,rtHt"# nl uhlttf hflpttuuti, itt tllth'bnft, The Orland Cafe
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fur I ttn.1,tllil! lit*', frtlH efcititiltvu' tilt' tlty hall! bH ''thu) day ptprflhliIlpreltit 1 t: I II ttlth 'h WHS!! it blNHMi!i "hlllt| :
IIt\"tI, tldhl' nUl''UU ItrtV* IUdll'l1 t t hHhl p bf thtf t tt'tltitltl!! lihtl Nrt:
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IIH fit that U t Will trtkf UHtlllite1 : 'F ijtt!! it HIJ tAtif.t'i( will i LpHHFllt111 Itt'F (IH (OtlrifUta !MMH'Iftjr.BFHVt' (UFnllt'rl'Uit$ MI4Ftt-It"'lJ! "' 1I1I1t-1.I Iilusgt
pk Hfi 'F (f'hFiltHi41! ) tftI rIIasd' HUAtt'' l'ummllilliuR! ijlIt'tl! ft llttfeflirill, . IH the IrttM\ I +.I till$ had' roar: M.4! lilltili U.\Ai\. \ ] Ill F@ Mull: IIlIlhHl IhlllllH IhltkliRgeI'INhiI
AWi t: l'itktpstjil I
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$\l I.IIrt!! fMF 'JM frtIF>> ,lUll$ ( t"tr : duillJ camp rhriilltll i4 oboe: during 'the ('hrtsttnila hr.thli4l1i! fit f I her tlil 'UllVM) t MM:!; l'tI IHItIi t:1'tI.tl..t, t tA r Irt/"lntr
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w, will \\1"l (l<'4s3 ,to f Hili tie,I! Ifll" prop( ha tVtur) l I Mirmt t-Mik8 to M: plnlr.'flint. kiatuFi .Mm. n Haro.l the \'tnillllOl ft !Iii f'ha1| .ueF HF Mac:( Turtle ilea+t Aiulonl pf' \11vtern, Reef
art IPl1trt'f, lisp ti itPt IfY find |I'ruf 4) Y MfKinnon maid j \
"iIIlHnlt fhrt! It lI Frttou WA + an I' with 11... . i.-
I'lttM| = win! he JJIVtllb: let.I I Y rain last I Monday which thoroughly Apopka, high i ichcwvil\ i it |tact Friday -H|(Mrt* p' l-Mtuce 'pn Mashed' '' ltatllcli Krench "lVa
thll CM- Canlliel'' Yami
WtJilfhm hae p9rrhaacl" afternoon.
,--- kuturuttd' the grouml
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UjlQ .'uh+' players. W. II'annell" expects= to completethe )Mrs Wtlifanl,) was
:'441 I!;:.." ' tt:1: I I' illip ian, the former owner of sidewalk in front of the residence City a few days ago on account of "1'online Julienne Sliced CucumbersCorn English: \ "Plum Pudding and Brandy
: ,, ,' lllillillli I ,,' the St IAUIJ' r'eileraU has purchasedthe Bread Sauce
: ':''ii\-\i : wt th of W. G Talton this week. the death of her sister

I Ihi!rpa: :;, ; tt.w. ),, s I 'II"II ,I llrowns. The St. Louis Federals I The Methodist Sunday school will Miss Zelma Iewtirt of Orlandq, Pumpkin and Mince Fruits Tie and Nuts T.
,' f ... : 't, 1.' will follow him, and the placers of visited Miss Ruby Wilson here recently tntrt'uSmall :
:
*, : Christmas Crackers
; *rt lj:. !;! it.. Federals give a Christmas tree on Fruit Cake, Cheese and
i, and Buffalo -
i JL I. i' the Kansas City Chick n fatties Supreme Ice Cream and Assorted
scholarswill
all the
for
: : if'| night and a treat Neophtan
: ; : .' s.7? : "y\., will become the property of that be distributed. A pretty pro- Fillet\ Mignon, a la Mona Cakes
tl wtr' ., ,'lA\il/ their contracts being Coffee Noirs
[/i' L > ..-... > ,A'' I assumed organization by ,the Federal League. All gram .has been arranged for the occasion. I 1)11. PLRMN OUT .Ui.\lX Brandy Figs on Toast ,

I: CORJC INVI'ST'iHINTS other plajersvill remain the property -
L. I J. J. Anderson returned Monday The many friends of Dr. W. C. Person -
.. I) of individual clubs. :
GE.tF'.T1iE
YISJ DI:4G / and
Orlando's popular
morning from the annual conference one of
three
of
I4ITINCO1"; : :C. A committee composed ; of the Methodist: church which was I most successful:; physicians, were very
Federal and three men in Organized
LtlNC bLtLS.: held in Tampa. I much pleased to see him able to be
the differ-
Baseball will adjudicate I
1 We ..enr.i1.h,' to build I ences in the relations of the Internationals G. A Moore, Wm. McCall, Lee at his office :yesterday for a short

t i"It and i.1 ..)'. ,t. all your and Federals and report at a I Lovell and Hugh Kelly were all doing I while, after a two weeks tussle with

a uet.ri.ra fr...u. oar ;ism you I meeting of the National Commission jury service last week in Orlando 'la grippe
.. .. ., I Witherington visited
J ..:I."e u, % U'j':ou..l 3.I'resident. Miss Agnes
January
I friends in Orlando Friday and Satur- PURCHASED DESIRABLE HOME
1 J'l.ANS .V .',.< Gilmore of the Federals
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I Ei>T12f Al KS 1'("':*JIS1IEI> from the baseball stage. day. I I -
passes
W. T. Champneys is able to be out j Mrs. Joseph C. Neill has purchased I
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t"1""f" *
: .... = GERMAN SCHOOL CHILDREN again after an attack of la rippe. : the pretty I'
--- COLLECT LARGE SUMS Mrs. Bailey Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth : at No. 9 Lake street, which will

RELIEF Langtry and Miss Katie Walker were I be occupied permanently by her
WAR
FOR
shopping in Orlando Saturday. I daughter, Mrs A. W Howard, of I II

,V. G. Talton has returned from Providence, Rhode Island. .rtef"I
DR. J J. M. MASTERS[ Berlin.-Almost since the beginning I Atlanta. I" I t d

of the war the school children in every I
V. visited friendsin UNLOADING SHIPMENT OF I
Miss Jennie Berry r
GRAND VIEW SANITARIUM town and village of Germany

.Port Orange, Florida have been relief collecting committees.funds The for the lit I There Sanford was last a social week. dance given at STUDEBAKERS f"I )
different
tle ones have pledged themslves not the city hall last Saturday nipht.: Mr. L. B. Fort, of the San Juan TlleJapallee D n B Bazaar
I in Sanford
to spend their pennies for pleasure, Music was furnished by the Mcintosh Garage, spent yesterday of his famous 0 1
of Orlando. unloading a shipment
Devoted to treatment, Nose, but to turn over every cent they get orchestra
Miss Willie Wilson is home from Studebaker cars.
of the IS
to the war widows and orphans
All facilitiesfor
Throat and Lungs. ,Plant City to spend the Christmasholidays '
Red Cross. Mr. J. W Jones, the live wire of '.
scientific and successful The amount collected and saved by with her parent, Mr. and section, in Orlandocsterd.iy ilti The Xman Store of a thousand gifts. tJ'From
the Oaks. the Zellwood was
I Mrs. W. Wilson, at
the children is i much larger than is the to the most
to Columbia and tiny imported toy : l'I
route
during en
treatment. have givenover I W. R. O'Neal was in Apopka >
i generally RUppoxed. They where he will do elaboratt'of Dtl
half million dollars to the lied the past week looking after the Ilumboldt Tenn, imported gifts
n million bank' nlTuir in the nbnence of Cashier some mUninnnry work for went Orange ) The store where it h a delight to look +
Oakland Six, (H75 F, (). It. Orlando. Croft and three-quarters of n Inducing of the horny :
I
W. T. Talton, who WRIt called to by some
to the general relief fund. Other war around nnd see the beautiful things that
handed of toll to migrate" to t the
of sans
of the Illness
rhttrlllcH have) received smaller KUIIIH., Atlanta on account beautify the home. II
I.nnd of I'lower II
but their totnl U nearly f2r>0,000.) ) 1.1 P. Une. I I
Ililllo Wltherlngton ha* been' clerking Come in and Make Your
will arrive'I'hursdny
1 Mr. Julian Howard
In Chnmpney'n More recently.Mr '
: CIIANDI.r.U) ; i
OWN HAND.sOMi)
('All K. M. Turner of Tuscaloosa, from Orlando, where he ha* Selection Now!
.. and will spend
1Nrr.lr tMUS Ala., nrtlved Monday night unit will liven on business,
with his wife unit son. "
\ with ChrUtnms here
lion and Mrs W. 1'. Wutnon arethe upend the Christina hol\.1I\1 .
Oakland run are olj everywhere. who \'lIIltlnlll\lrll.. Howard' mother
tho rnnki\ ornutomot.ll her daughter Mr*. A H. Illdrcdgp.:"'
........... very Intent to In join Orlando anti nre John Cnrr, of Itonnoko, Vn., arrivedIn Mr.*. lltalr\ Harwell, at her home
owner nnd wilt mi \\eot Ashley utteet.-JacksonvilleMttropoll I
\V. T. KNTKU'AN how the happy owner of n handunneChandler A,0\ \\k Monday night r'
car. Mr. Watson and Mr. spend the remainder! of the winter *

IICINHID CmnUl'TOUfvr \v. 1 I';, Tuttle, nnle mnn for the Cook het nil I Is ads) custom.Cleveland I I toftest, street .
llin HT .1AMt Ift: : !
Automobile, company" went up to txivelt, who has' spent Rants, $::1"U |per Meek. Hplck. nn,1Penn Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

I'AIMINd' DtlCOUAlINO) ) KtC, Hniifnt-d niiil tiiilnnded It nnd drove some time here with his grandfather, but it step to eerlilngU ,
nfteMioon A..1. 1.\11. returned tn has home In t -t IJ-f\l.! \
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This is our Christmas greetings and we want to take this occasion to wish you a thoroughlymerry +

New Year-also to those of you who have shown :
Christmas, and a Happy, Prosperous

;your confidence and faith in us by buying our goods,-we wish to express our sincerest thanks,-


for making the year 1915 one of the most prosperous in our history.

. earlier in the year-we were
While other stores were feeling the depression \eryseriously

able to keep every man at work, and while there was a noticeable falling off in business, we held

feel that the reputation for reliability and service that we
our own and we felt then and we now,

in the running. And the last few months business i-
have established for our goods and store kept us

has been so startlingly good that the average for the ;year is ahead of many other years.

And this we have you to thank for, and we shall always; show our appreciation by proving

,. with the quality of our goods and the service we give-The fact that our reputation for reliability .


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Toys! INew/ Toys! 1

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


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DOLLS The Collection
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Dolls ever seen in Orlando Toys
Owing to the fact thnt our toys and dolls were late In J
lilg dolls, little dolls!, blond dolls!, brunette dolls!, or cute nrrUing, we have decided to give a special discount beginning Toys that charm baby,tickle the children please dad and
little dolt Thousands of them, each of them wanting a 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 saw so many to>"!s.!!
give a discount of
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SANTA CLAUS is in the FURNITURE Department this week,waiting to give you a Xmas Present in cash ( >
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DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE! I 1
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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 t i

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

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JUST THE THINGS FOR MOTHER. A FAMOUS McDOUGAL KITCHEN CABINET! A BEAUTIFUL DINING TABLE OF ANY FINISH, A BASKET A PAIR OF ALL WOOL \,
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BLANKETS A CARPET SWEEPER, AN ELECTRIC LAMP AND DOZENS OF OTHER USEFUL GIFTS.
WHAT ABOUT DAD GIVE: HIM A NICE LARGE COMFORT CHAIR AN OFFICE CHAIR OR A CELERETTE. :
DON'T FORGET SISTER GIVE HER A BEAUTIFUL DRESSING TABLE, WRITING DESK. TELEPHONE STAND, A CEDAR CHEST OR A NICE PIECE OF CHINA. i
GIVE IJROTHER: A CHIFFIROHE SMOKING STAND CORSTOMER.SUIT CASE OR HAND U.\(:. 1
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DON'T FORGET THE 5 PER CENT OF YOUR PURCHASE IN CASH
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CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES AT IMPORTANT:' BUSINESS CHANGES:' j IIIIIIIMIilMIIMIMMMMIMIIMIHIMMMMIMMPMCTICIIL .

ALL SAIXTS CHURCH HANDSMr.

7 a. m. Celebration of the Holy '

lltorPari Communion. B. Z. Snowden Sells His Interestin

Wi 10 a. m. Holy Eucharist with ser Furniture Store to His Partner I'

l mon.Everybody welcome. Come and Mr. James Kincaid. XMAS GifTS


I worship. An important business deal was

consummated in Orlando a few days

01 Items FOR METHODIST SUNDAY:' ago in which Mr. B. Z. Snowden disposed ANSCO CAMERAS:
, Daily Budget Concerning
SCHOOL of his interest in the large fur-

Tomorrow morning at the Methodist niture store on the corner of Pine HAWKEYE CAMERAS:
The Town And Rollins
CollegeSUNDAY
church Rev. Mr. Barze will givea and Main streets, to his partner CAMERA: ALBUMS:

treat to the pupils of the Sunday James Kincaid.In lr'l

school. going out of business, Mr. CAMERA: FILMS t
SCHOOL CHRISTMAS cially ordered from New York, by the
den he with He
says does so regret.
PROGRAMS TOMORROW ;mayor. Canta Claus has been per- CAMERA CARDS
KEEZEL BUYS A STUDEBAKER came to Orlando a number of years
NIGHT suaded to make special trip to Win-
a Councilman Ed. F. Keezel yesterday ago and started in the furniture busi- FILMS: DEVELOPED
: The joint Christmas programs of ter Park to distribute the hundreds of '
received a handsome six cylinder ness on a small scale on East Pine
the Methodist and Congregational Christmas presents. All arrangements THERMOS BOTTLES
street, and the business has
Studebaker, which he purchased some grown
Sunday schools will be held at the hate been completed by the
days ago through the Standard Gar- until it is now one of the largest in FOUNTAIN PENS
public Christmas tree in the park to- committee under Mrs. Herbert Hal- !I
I iage. South Florida.
morrow evening. A number of interesting verstadt and indications are that this SAFETY RAZORS
:| I During his business career in Orlando 4
numbers have been arranged, affair will prove one of the most successful -
WINTER:' PARK NOTES Mr. Snowden has been highly
special music will be furnished, and public social events ever heldin I II I( CHRISTMAS: BOXES OF CIGARS
{successful. lie soon won the confi
the children of the two congregationsare Winter Park. : J I
I For fine lrui-; cake and Christmas dence of the people as a straightforward CHRISTMAS: BOXES OF JOHNSON'S: .-
forward the occasion
looking to goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try capable business man, and under -
with great anticipations. ''BAPTIST SUNDAY:' SCHOOL EN" some 'of our genuine old fashioned his management the store's patronage WAUKEE CANDIESLUCERNE
At the suggestion of Dr. Enlow, of fruit cake at 23c.; and 40c. per pound.
j TEKTAINEI LAST NIGHT 12-23-Ctc I i increased until it soon reachedits
the Congregational church, it was decided I'I
| At the brick church last night the I present enviable position as one of
invitation the
to present an to i I
pupils of the Baptist Sunday school AI Axel and wife arrived in Winter the largest and best business estab-
general public to join with the schoolsin
Park Axel is lishments in Central Florida.
yesterday.Ir.
were given a delightful' Christmas
furnishing articles to fill box
a entertainment. The church had been chauffeur for W. W. Farnam and j|i Mr. Kincaid the senior member of
for the West Tampa mission. i '
appropriately decorate! earlier in the drove through from Jacksonville inJr. the firm of Kincaid & Snowden, and E PHARMACY
i The Cuban children cared for by
day, the main feature of the decorations Farnam's big twin-six Packard.Go I I
t this mission were given their first real
Christmas last when the stu- being an artistically arranged es-tablishment
,t year to P. Dale & Co.'s for enrist-I I ; : PHONE 2. WE '
dents of the Congregational church fireplace at the back of the rostrum "ins postals, cards, GIVE TRADING CHECKS ,

sent them two boxes filled with a va- each brick of which was made by a Fancy baskets. 12-18-tfc '
box of candy. An imitation fire i and has often visited this section. It , When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug Store.
; riety of gifts-toys, clothing and the '
has been and will be his endeavor at
6 like. This year the plan is to be blazed on the hearth and the impression Professor Elmer Enlow and family :

, carried out on a larger scale and given by the scene was one of will arrive today to spend Christmas all times to apply the golden. rule in
all of his transactions and the r
. everyone having suitable articles real Christmas cheer. The churchwas with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Enlow. reward IIIIIMItiiillitMIIMIIIIIMIIiMMMIMMMMIiliMYancey
has also come to him in the full
well crowded with the
i which they are willing to girl to young
of and he commands
these poor children will please bring folks of the congregation as well as OLIVET COMMANDERY WILl. OB- measure success
numbers of the older members. The the esteem and confidence of the general -
them to the Christmas exercises' to- SERVE CHRISTMAS I

; morrow night and hand them over to program was greatly enjoyed by all, ,i public.
, the special committee which is to the distribution of Christmas goodies Oli\et Commandery will hold ser

. i have charge of packing the lotes. forming the most interesting featureof vices at the Asylum tomorrow, HTtmEUAKEK) HUM LINE INAUtlUILATMI Meat Market, Inc.

I I In case there should be a surplus of the evening.MUNlAY i Christmas day, at 11 o'clock a* m., in tUllY MID U?
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honor of the Most Emtheht drflhd
k gifts! the extra amount Witt !be petit I A Htudelmker bus!. line operating
. trt the Children's Home at dock!=on. HCIIOOL t'L'SJU'f4 t ) Commander ot the United States. All ,between OHahdd tttiJ AttatHohteHfiHhf I, T. A, YANCEY, Jr., Pros and Mgr.

vllle, I It i 1'\ItfoI Khiithts. Templar t are Invited to nttenil !!, hug* peen Inaugurated II)' J. I IH. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

t j 1 I I The class! of girls taught! hy MM!: lluxaell.! The t-rheduie I is very fun Wholesale and Retail Dealer
1'Ulll.lt rilKIMIMAH THKK TO.NHllir ). May IfeHhing) tit the ('ungregetinttalyaealayt \enient and will btdtt fts! early ft in Choice .

t'hf"" t at her home .1'OU( CIIKIMTMAH'IKY rt.drt:! a. m,, from in front of the Or Florida and Western MeatHU.tt'rli
t KOMI3() IP THAT IUCH( .FIIUITCAKK
F The pingitim ttf lI'tlH'iqtl'hl, 'h !( oooiiand l enjojretl tt land''*' (lank and Tru t company, 'I'he

the Winter Park IVnim"u's, Club has very |1,1"i4liitl' patty: IlefieohWuta: hug will literate' at nights and 'people 111", Poultry, Ve&etaMeti, jatnefe.? .

; arranged!' to hAM HItnimi the Chn t* were I'lIrvll,1) hy t the t teacher) and I',Mold H.' HTONH in Winter IIAKIMl Park l.yp cn( :from north of Orlando mlftUtln.1. pteitl, iUtwtltw *. Heist a nd Owl .f few" Order

mtr At the park tonight promisesto &games: of different: hinds served: to theatres here and return, Dances at
w siiKi'HKnn / BtitiMti, ll Ft o. 6oz
f he of unusual' intend, Mayor make the time pleasantly for the AHamonte Springs hotel 1 may be "ONU$ ; iii
pass \ Bf.idin,, ((3? C.r, Or."g' Ave, .*(* CHwrcN .t.
I Temple will give an address at the the little girls This class i is composed attended ,by many people as they may

f I opening of the exercises! The tree of seven members and at t the (loom No 3, Penult? Pl4,. go and return over this line The

i will lie brilliantly illuminated.: and.: party yesterday the teacher awarded Dr. C. W. Fain Studebaker bus has arrived and will t'- -

. handsomely decorated, and loaded two prizes for which the girls have hold twelve people Mr. Russell was

with gifts of every description. Each been working for some months. Gertrude DENTIST out yesterday trying out the car and

t child in Winter Park will receive a Warde and Beatrice Enlow were Office Hours; 8 to 1%, 2 to 5. familiarizing himself with all points Advertise In the Sentinel

k gift, the presents having been spe the prize winners. WINTER PARK FLA. along the route.

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f r DEPOSITS CUSTOMERS ASSETS


December 21, 1915 $625,187.31 December 21, 1915 . . .2,853 December 21, 1915 $798.816.96

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21 1912 . . . 428Increase
F December 21 1912 December
t 92,276.13 December t 21, 1912 177.266.71

t. . . . . . . 2,425

f Increase . . . $ 532,911.18 566 per cent Increase . . . . .$621,550.25


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AN APPRECIATIONAt


the close of the third year of the present management of this ,

institution, the officers and directors desire to publically express t
START 1916 RIGHT I their appreciation of the confidence friendship and patronage FOR 1916 BE PATRIOTIC

Bank with that has enabled it to Bank with
t Increase its assets over half a million dollars.

E The NATIONAL Bank I' :More than double its surplus and undivided profits. The NATIONAL Bank

Quintriple the number of its satisfied customers
f The PEOPLES Bank __ and to The PEOPLES Bank

; further the welfare of the comunity by the purchase and distribution -

f of approximately $350,000 of Orlando and Orange .

v County securities
and to

encourage the citizens and business interests by loaning them

upon approved security virtually a half million dollars.

May the New Year bring to you a just proportion of benefits.

Sincerely
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Not yet the LARGEST, nor now the SMALLEST: BUT the YOUNGEST-The FASTEST GROWING-The MOST PROGRESSIVE and
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The ONLY NATIONAL BANK In Orlando'

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"YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED AND APPRECIATED

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(@ 'nrirfJ I Not Infrequently we refer to the Favorite Nut IT AT ALLEN'S-oJ_--i-I=

dead In the words! of the caption to
Ton.\"'R .'.ItUU."StlAIJoWS .\ 1
this article "A goal man gone"makes
AT SUNRISE"Sixth

IWDKR OP MUSIC I'Olt" CM HIST- Chapman Catt of New York, WM, never has a fine It been epitaph more-none accurately finer and at' ( episode "Diamond!.., From the

MAN! It.\\" HKimi'K' AT 8T without opposition elected president filled than In reference to the late !Jr. "A ciiitu kF' TilE SURF"

LtJKE'H CATHEDRA.. : of the association to succeed Dr. Anna John W. Stopp, for many year pai. Majestic! drama In two parts. 1.U
AT 10:30: A. M.Processional Howard I Shaw A remarkable demonstration "uttF:. N APPLES": .
tor bf the First rhutrh
Presbyterian I An American tteauty fomedy fea
( was accorded Or Shawl, bf Orlando) who peacefully passed! turing, the favorites, Net etbetI'i
t. Itarkl the Herald AhVehlU whd Under a 1 rewlutloh adopted UetQ thd WthtH! t lt l 1 1fc
across! (In*! Kith }yntrda! at Murk (. : tt1
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IIfRHh Ads44@'idrleg, : t : Hlil I kiml F r iHt nwm\ I fiFH! Melh: ft FHMflMlHF! \ I\i\ Hlilli: the. >H\IHfh! ! O 'ifft\ 1 M t 'H" 'N f iton fwde fur >RH:
1HFes$ : lalah\ p1R 1 0 king, Thi4I11eF Alii it fhlfrfh, Ht tl;lq e'fIAf thin IAf\1! friFRai 1 the tliGecRl! l worker, with I Ii

ed: Mara mAmiJ1 his i hand, hi4 frank! FArdi4ity' ,
--A-- hig Fear' iniillM, hi3 i iA'4tlil' wilt, SpirellaCorsets ALLEN & CO, JEWEIERS.IOE5 ,
d t'111ITM4a$ HRHIR$ ; fm'1.\Nm' '\\'INTtn I 1'UtIT.NU he passed trAm sight, .but\ never front
ac, I n), P. Nunn the never' and.ap. -
f '.\ AUTO l.11k, IN nJ"JfWt love pr memory. The empty place in Ib dI
fpmmoiJafing abii ant agent at the
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the home the church, can only be =
Atlantic ftxist tine J passenger depotin (Not sold in stores)
new Orlando-Winter Park- filled by Him that has made it empty.
this city, I left yesterday morning. Maitland auto line operated and man- All men of most every calling will Wear a Corset made to fit you. -
for Donalds, S. C., where, on tomorrow ___
aged by F. G. Rush, proprietor of the feel the loss. He died with the love Ask for a demonstration.Send ''. :p1 PREPARING FOR
Christmas day, he will be unitedin I
) Ford Garage on South Orange avenue and confidence of all who knew him. postcard to CHRISTMAS NOW
marriage to Miss Ruth Higgins,
commenced operations yesterday
one of the Palmetto State's attractive Mrs. Van BuskirkCorset _,; A little touch of paint here and there
according to the schedule. All day DR. TUPPFR AT TilE \ITIST
young ladies. trrt-: will put the house in shape for the
long the line was patronized by CHURCH SUNDAY NIGHT iere
Mr. and Mrs. Nunn will visit pointsof holiday season. Let us fill your
scores of people. Mr. Rush will makeit 308 Magnolia A\'e. Orlando wants in the paint line. We handle
interest in South Carolina arrivingin
a point to run the auto on the minute Kerr Boyce Tupper. D. D., LL. D., = only pure goods and can provide you
Orlando about January 5th. They with requirement. Our
every
there will be no delay, service of Philadelphia will be with Dr. Poul- '' antee guar-
with
will reside at No. 4, Thornton Park. goes everything we selL
will be as perfect as possible and the son at the Baptist church next Sun
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auto goes rain or shine and in all day evening, and will preach on
METHODIST CHOIR PRACTICE
t The Methodist choir practice will ,kinds of weather. So gratifying is "Gates of Golden Opportunity." Dr. GRANDTODAY , Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Ct
I the outlook that it is expected that Tupper is well known and popular in i .z1
last only one hour this evening start- 205 S. Orange Avenue
Mr. Rush will put on another car to Orlando and the general public will ,
ing promptly at 730. The Christmas Phone 261
take care of the extra amount of traf welcome this another opportunity of I COLEMAN & KHAN
anthem is to be practiced.
-.0- fic. The car, which is of the Mackay hearing this brilliant and unusually

SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTThe compensating type with six wheels interesting speaker. Seven-thirty is
and holding twelve passengers attracted the hour. All seats free.
forty-seventh annual convention -
considerable notice yesterday.
of the National American Woman -

Suffrage Association was held in Christmas dinner-just like home- PRETTY-CALENDARSAs CAREY HANDFUNERAL

Washington D. C., December 14-19 Astor Cafe-12 to 2 and 5:30 to 8. the New Year approaches this
at which convention Mrs. Carrie 1-12 21.4tc. Jesse L. Lasky presents
office has been the recipient of several -
--- very pretty and attractive calen- DIRECTOR

dars. Among those worthy of especial I LOU TELLEGEN ..
TELL HER that if she is to
going mention are from the Orlando AND EMBALMER\ \
Theodore Roberts and
Bank and Trust company. The designs
have really fashionable wedding invitations, those
are very artistic and make a
which are correct in form, artistic in workmanshipand decidedly pretty picture to adorn the Dorothy Davenport in
office or'home. All calls answered Promptly Day j jI
of the finest material order samples and prices

from the J. P. Stevens Engraving Co., 47 WhitehallSt. CARD OF THANKSWe "TilE UNKNOWN"lOc. or Night. Hand Block. t

., Atlanta, Ga., and they will be forwarded free of desire to heartfelt
our
.\ express Orlando Florida.
charge. thanks to those who were no kind and ,
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attentive during the illness nnd death
PHONE 639. RESIUENICPHONE 457
of our daughter and ulster. May the I 15c.) :
''MMMMI MMMM ilMllliMililill'ROADSTERS One Above v\tr deal gently with

these kind people In the wish of
MRS. MARY K.: TAYLOR o -

nnd family. MMIIMMIIiiiliiMMIiMIIMMMMMIIHMMIIliM. 1

A. C. U HANDS OUT "CHRISTMAS! 1

MONEY.. THE" LUCERNETUIM'

The pay train over the Atlantic i FRANK A. CUiittS WILLIAM It O'NEAL 1
Coast Line paid a visit to Orlando
and made the em to'es here happyby -
e giving them their Christmas 1

money 1
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the Urlahtld LmlR bf, Elks Verier-t Don't) MIss lltU (tit

day til tialrriHi\ l Itt 1hr\ (JbUhl\ librti
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'lafyr luuktl HIM with Hi* dellr'nFlr4bt \J'\UU VlliliH TIIHAT I II CURTIS & O'NEAL 1 1i

till': t'n"ijl\l\ ''ll htlY hl!D cent\ lliclFbltftrk :=z

fuF W 16) tltH Aisbr'Idled! CkFzttle4 i

; II:: ,'liiMne''|I'HINCH' e FOAL I TOKHY! ilJlMMvlUOOKS\" f Inguranee Louns Real) Etat@Rentals ;

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\ elelh 1 I.OIIH4. fiver thfhoHF Allan! )

till (Jfll\it Idnf. wsrr,, del4yr'' $ fflittlr.t r=:r= 1j i
several\ PH ftppflnnt pf \

freight trl\in\ near Or ftCtove black Wire Artist$ t .
prines ((1 Featured withWallace Ilagenhackr!
HOW THOROUGHLY I I'LEASINfl I IT IS YOU WM! Shows) i iISTAPa..8RKP ij j

NEST AITRECIATE HY TRYING TO FIND SOMEONE MRS, pwiGiirs P.\1\fP PNS;

DETAIL YOU WOULD CARE TO HAVE FOR SALE
Friday:30 p. m., as Saturday is Usual Run of Good Pictures5c IU'j
CHANGED.
Christmas day. Brown bread hot tea
biscuits doughnuts and salad for j
The lines are striking, and the enameled finish holds its sale also. Supper from 5:30 to 7 ,

lustre for a long time. There is just the right depth, p.Christmas m. Friday.turkey One dinners of my inimitable 12 to 2 "Same Little Prices" lOc liMlilillliiMillilllillMill

just the right width and just the right tilt to the seats. p. m. Saturday 75 cents. Public cordially -

Everything you have to touch with hand or foot is within invited. l-12-22-4tc

easy reach.



i ; THE GASOLINE COMSUMPTION IS. SAXON SIX $785.


USUALLY LOW Y
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1 ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS 1 Christmas SuggestionsKODAKS

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

THERMOS BOTTLES, Carafes and Cases, $1.25 to $6.00. Florida for this wonderful car. We will have __

CANDIES, 25c. to $6.00 Huyler's Nunnally's, Page and loads before January 1st, and want everybod
Shaw. to ride in it. The only cheap thing about t

PERFUME ATOMIZERS, $1.00 to $3.00. the throughout price. Equipped electric starter with Timpkin and lights axles
ger
LAY1 PHILLIPS & S NS FOUNTAIN PENS, $1.00 to $15.00. upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.0

PARISIAN IVORY GOODS, Puff Boxes, Brushes, Combs, Let us give you a demonstration. Carload oReo
Hair Receivers, etc. Six's to arrive this week. You are in

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


PHONE 56 CIGARS, $1.00 to $5.00.

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ALL GIFT GOODS MUST GO NOTHING :MUST BE LEFT OVER !
It's a babit we are getting into and one that we believe meets with the approval of our many patrons-oC clearing our stocks at Big Price Reductions at the very time when the articlesare
mostlv wanted.
XMAS GIFT GIVING IS ON TilE TAPIS PRICE CONCESSIONS RULE AVAIL YOURSELVES
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FLANNELS and


PARASOLS ON


TOIIiETHRTM' MAN1CUHR HBT8 HIIAVINfl' SLITS
ASH THAY8( SILKS

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X s Xmas Sale Handkerchiefs
Sale of Hosiery tf4jV

THE FAMOUS "EVERWEAR" MAKE in IMack and Beautifully embroidered in pure Irish Linen-25c: quality
White, all sizes ,-Sale Price
Hoot Silk, regular 50 cent ..............Sale price 39c 4.,.
All Silk, regular 75 cent ....... .........Sale price 59c 20c each 2 for 35c
All Silk, regular $1.00 .................Sale price 79c ,
"WUNDERHOSE" HOSIERY :33: CENT QUALITY
Black and White, all tilzes-
$1.00 HOXES: 3 and .1 1 pair in box ................69c Exquisite effects In hand embroidered and drawn
POWDER) BOXES work-Irinh' Linen.

Outing Flannels PHOTO HAIR RECEIVERS FRAME: :; Sale Price 25c each

We hate ju.st received n full shipment of our regular CARD CASKS: Initial handkerchiefs not Included at theMe prices.
I I2yte quality In White, Cream, Pink, Sky, Navy, Drown, COLLAR BOXES::
Plaid., etc.
Tan, Checks Stripes" *" etc.
BRUSHES ANI COMBS

Thursday and Friday 10 yds MIRRORSPIN Christmas Sale of Silks

for 89 cents TRAYS .

._ FANCY KIMONA SILKSIn
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Ladies' Silk ParasolsGold Mesh Bags beautiful floral effects on grounds of white, pink, sky, ,

mounted, inlaid with mother u'pcarl, worth up to 100 SATE; TOP MESH: HAGS;;, worth 7o;) cents- old rose, navy, myrtle and Copenhagen.
.
Splendid value for 69 cents
$To.oo, and
Thursday and Friday $3.98 Thursday 50 Cts Thursday and Friday 49c

-. .. ... Friday
:Hfi INCH SILK POPLINS
Slipper SaleMen's
One of the bent wearing silk, fabrics known. Drapes
and Women's Pulmun Slippers' Tan and murk MN'S[ COMBINATION SETS[ beautifully, dust wheddlng-In practically every wanted ,
Regular $1.25:;, $1.50 value.... .. .....SALE $1.00
color, including black and white, -Our regular $1.00
[Vomcn's Travelling Slippefs.' patent leather 50 only in boxes'-Hose, Ties and Handkerchiefs to match quality.
Regular $1.50 valueSale Regular values $1.50 to $2.50-

Price $1.10 Thursday and Friday 79c yd
and
Thursday Friday $1 set
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JAMS AND PRESERVESWe I
CHEESESage NUTS
are the sole representatives of the famous Richcleu
Brand of Canned Commodities.
Imperial, Imported Roquefort, Limberger, Strawberry, Raspberry, Gooseberry, Fig Logan Berry, Walnuts, Almonds, Florida Pecans, Brazils, Filberts, Pea
el, Cream American Roquefort, Club Cheese, Damson Plum Cherry, Seckle Pear, Peach, Quince. nuts, ',"alnutIeat: Almond Meats, Peacan Meats, Salted

iVelsh Rarebit Pineapple. Almonds, Salted Pecans, Salted Peanuts.
Sweet Pickles Peaches Prunes, Plum Sickle Pears, Sa1r.dCherries
Preserved Ginger, Plain Olives, Pimento Olives,
The Prices Are Right Almond Olives :Marischino Cherries. Buy Your Xmas Nuts of Us ,,

popconxI.LAGA: RAISINS SMYRNA: FIGS
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DEARDALLAT'1'OItNI : np) :no Aft@rst THE ALTAMONTEAIl'AMOMi
ROBINSON & I; HI'IIIMlrt, ILOKIHNNOW
TMAS
r@fal l htHlf of inowfall last night,
OI'KN
YsATsIaA1VNo t'hiUltllltu" start@d the day with liyn. '
shins, ruing t@mpsrnturs and pra@pscts : Iitl] sure and tales tits delightful:! 1 10 milt auto ibis from Orlando, l'
4 West Tin Sreet t ,"
hotel wish
mal, ) eee the "HeaHty spot flf all I'lurhi4 IMightfiil
fur nn wrly\ mating of the every modern inifMPveineiu' I but) fet! ef broad i J'iitJJi\II, overlooking ,
101 thres: Inch mantis of white, Little inconvenience two lovely I lakes! and over! 40. acres in beautiful 1 *, (fjolf, Tennis ]
Phone was experienced by the UoiU6] Howling fin the green Milliard and! Too) hall|{ Howling Alleys, J
I snow storm, which U the heaviest on I"IMa, Orange (!ro\e, all free to our truest Finest fishing and! J
I shooting, 1'heltamonte is noted for its magnificent location, deliphtful -
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Y4) FREDERICK. record here for December The heaviest patronage and social) life, ((!ood orchestra), Excellence of
DAVIS & GILES ME3RSc I snowfall for any winter here was cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
p. recorded in February, 1899, with 3.2 1n O. E. DATES & SON, Owner and I'ropritten
ATTOHNEYS-AT-LAW inches. I
1'hone 72 ( 'ER Bethlehem's: plain there shone a star // I

|That guided wise men from afar. \ 111.1.111..1. .
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Davis & McNeill Block} To see the child in manger lain. ::.-- .,..-

/11 Immanuel Jesus is his name --== -.(. I
( The Prince of Peace has come to dwell // i :
Victor Starbuck Hosanna! Shout! ImmanueL /'/ ' \ "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW t-J /' /I I II I THIS IS A'N. AGE F E N MY

Phone 161 t W HE long expected,promised Lord/

r Is bom today, by Kings adored.k
No. 6 W. Pine SI. urland. Fla
I While Jo the world Cod doth proclaim/p"

He comes, and Counselor is his name.

The mighty Cod on earth to dwell And the thrifty person buys where his money has the greatest .

R. RAY WHITE, Rejoice! Rejoice! ImmanueL purchasing power, provided the goods are satisfactory. We

ATTORNEY-AT: LAW guarantee the quality of every article and commodity offered for

Room 44 [E comes to man by lowly birth hale. Our prices speak for thems-ehes. Don't underrate the
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Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. 'F\ I To spread salvation through the
4.k A From everlasting, he's the same,

Worthington BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1 Our Cod and Wonderful his name Fancy and Staple Groceries

vtl f\ King David's seed in man to dwelL

t Phone 617 I Rejoice!'Rejoice! ImmanueL Produce, Hay, Grain and Feed


Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck t We are not satisfied pnless you are, and if you will give us the opportunity

worth Building. i.CE on earth good ocean; we will see that the satisfaction is mutual.
Sing of free salvation's plan;
The opening of our store a short ,time ago marked a new epoch
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With angels join in the refrain :;.
Phone 72 in the business life of Orlando because it gave this city the distinction
Jesus, Cod with us, is his name

Paul V. Hutchins p4) e Hallelujah, peace on earth of possessing

ioice! Rejoice! the Savior's birth ", I
Attorney and Counsellor at Law k f
The Only Wholesale Grocery House in

Davis: & McNeil Bldg kEJOICE" and loud ...gannas sin ,
ORLANDO, FLA" Hosanna to the new-borrTKingi I Central Florida Selling direct to the

Angela: hosts to man proclaim consumer as well as the dealer
Dr. F. F. Thompson l' fOur Father's love, our Savior's name y*

?Hallelujah! Peace Oil earth, J ,
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DR. U H. RAMSDELL
OPTOMETRIST NOTES: ROM \\'INDEHMEKCWinJermere I of Orlando, were guests of Ilossmore PHONE 101
ORLANDO . rLOHIUAC Inn last Friday.Mr. .
: FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSfcJ Fla, Dee 21.-Mr. and Mrs John M. Cheney, Mr.
AND DO ALL KINDS OF and Mrs. C. A. and Mr. and ,
IIo\ey and Mrs. Joseph Y. Cheney and Mr.
o"r4' Rrp: trtrwnSURVEYINIJ Mrs. Kenon, of Orlando, were callers and Mrs. Douglas Kllerbo and child .......... .... .. .... .........fif . ... .... /tit>iHF+F...... .. ... ....... .. .
at Kossmore: Inn last Sunday. dined at Koismore: Inn last Sunday.Mr. -., ,
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Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Williams, Sr..
Windermere, but now of Snnford, isspending
And Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Williams, Jr., t a few days in Windermere '' pJ t )
were guests of Mrs. Jennie Scott, in friends.
Hating und Sub-t)lviding visiting .
Orlando, lat Friday, ut a birthday A special Christmas dinner will be V' \f-JU iii..r v L7ry j-.,
I'HOM1'T AND ACCURATE dinner. served ut Kossmore Inn on Christmasday .
WORK Mr. I r.. 1C. Campl'tll, of Tallahassee, nt one o'colck. A number of ta. 4
itn.l Hon. y..5. Grilfin, of (Orlnndo) bithave already been reserved.
HAL A. IRISH were guests. of HoKHmore r Inn last Mr. and Mrs.. John Met, Mr and
Friday.MrM.. Mm. Schultz, and Mr. Caldwell, of
Civil Engineer Wm. (1k!. Icier and Miss Mnr- Winter Park, motored over to ]Kong-
gnrct Kucklcy spent Monday in Orlando more Inn hut Sunday. ,
. 47 WntklnIIIdJ:., Orlando, Fla khopplnff.
Mr. and Mm. A. I*. Fothertrill and WILL DISPOSE: OF FRUIT CROP
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Carrnn, who han "
been spending some time at Ilossmore Mr. J. n. Magruder left yesterday '
F. A. PEPPERCORN Inn returned to Cleveland! las Mon afternoon for Birmingham: Ala., I .
where he expects to remain for several Ii
BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone day.Mr.. and Mrs. McKinnon, of Tilden- weeks deposing of his fruit
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Florida.Member F. A. A. THE RIGHT PRICE I "YOU Ml\ fiND THE[ XMAS SPIRIT


"Made In Bond Cigars At The Right Prjce."
AND
4S.S.JonesChiroprac We Have On Hand One Of The Best CIGARS Made And
You Can Get This Cigar In Boxes Of Five Up
Useful and Attractive GiftsAT
tor To Fifty Cigars. Many

\ The Only Exclusive Cigar Store In Orlando. '

Graduate of Davenport la., Col '


lege.Specialist Chronic on Diseases Nervous and GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE P. BALE & COMPANY'S STORE


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ORLANDO CONCRETE HOUSE'S TRIP TO EUROPE IS ditions in the warring countries tell .
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working people and the intolerable I
407 Song St. Phone 495 Washington!! D. Announcement conditions that surround them," said '

by Col. E. M. House, of New York, Miss Kellar. "Their hearts are almost Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

President Wilson's close personal at the breaking point.

Contractors for All Classes Miss Kellar made this explanationto
of friend and adviser, that he soon would
show how she r ,,
obtained informa -
Concrete Ihiildingg. All to Europe: at the of the : :
go request tion "\7{ ,
concerning the war disclosed! in a &) Unless Budded
Work First Class president and the secretary of state, speech made recently on prepared -.1-
ritUAed great Internet in official and .
Also Manufacturers of tieM.I'lUISIWJNT i'
diplomatic circles here today. Secretary t 'from

Concrete Huildlng/ IJlocku of every I-mtpltitf confirmed the announcement 's Bearing
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ilcNlffn' White Wny l'otn' t THAT (01.. IIOI'MI''S: COMMISSION -
Cnl), II"UM sold hid! ntUidon would
(into: / ntul i'Vnt'd Posts' Lnwn 1 IS MM) MOVi; I of known
I"t' to tttke" In (the ;\llltoflr"lnlutll..n\ ; trees a
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oily nlze; or tlwlirn, Wn1lut. Step, I 'iinUim the W"*hlnttttulguvernnlrnt's _
Hot t H|'rlnts. Vs.. |pet'i 2X-: I'r"lIl l .
riah I'ondu Fountains etc attitude MM |Internatluntiueetlia. !-
dent \VIUon suld' today hut the 'Hiiropptui : Quantity and
I III |Il was donled. that lie
Ilullillntr Nlwlw. Pored with 1 uiiiild rip' nf his friend, ('fl1. 1:!_ Mlloufle i
mi mission Is
po u pottte
Jrnnlto Coijuliw, travel or I I OiricinU today declined, (to discuss M'tis In no wny mniieftpd( with %

any other material Call nnd aeo I('u1i. House's ,mission 0"log to its delIcnte the peace movement hut Was entlifly '' Quality of Pro-

samples nature, nor would 'M-ply to for the purposes outlined hy Colonel ,
1 house 1 In hU! statement issued last _
IIUI'"UIIIII! ns til whether lie would
hlpht In New Voik.1he i
tnuke Informal lniulMe-i| regarding I
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I'liihs anti I tisllmrtles MadeConvinced iriiFierts'| | of Jieacp.Ah .
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.IrH1! 4! ,by I/flit? nek t-HitlirtHMF}/ "I frill a fcltn WdlHf! 'l ftVPF fit{ WltltPNpnng \\lIHtIIF,

Hf.\\.\l f, V:'" ill I R fifth" iti F4 the J i Ir I IFiHIRt I *! WV il-'-i fur iMnj-l" rHl, Thu TWO jr'Pflr! fiffo in their fHlvprti inK nnll M IIx H hHl'i ilmnomlralion TUB PPKI' .AWAHA

1 rule |ii ftbftMt+ fnrfV-fi>e mil *- I NPISKniR9l( { ''I tfHHlopilupfttpUi0pHliipHalo| what H1Iv ponstHutPrt
'I illUI! HI ItA\I\ aFa." i-p i a real', f1rat-Fl4as'
tt u il|( have MMe nursery,' tree of citrus fruits, The pul1tic when
Aif | ft fAIH' price shown l in our test prpvp what t pu1rt ba RC
little repliel: .the -=AllJrltl= Ur. t'I'. I T.h a glow a f salto tl,(ou ilreslfa1 I I3I'tn.\J1 "t:"tU" : HIIII'ict; pompljsheij by p'!intintJ tree its they are )
gruvn in our nurseries began to call for, DE
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got a fH ram .the undertu ;er. |If your Back hurt+ or[ J3U44erU iI1 it-Y yes
MAND
The specialist stood pat on hi* price4nd U Toqb'jJ1S'' fOq. trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been In ex*
hit competitor got the job. istence five years are clamoring
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We are specialist in our line of I I A special vesper song service was i ij "PEDIflUEED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

work and sanitary conditiona prevail. nun or woman who eats meat repy-j I held at Knoules Hall Sunday after- : tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

It side will pay you to stay on the safe lady can make a misULe by Hushing the noon and aery attractive program trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

kidneys occasionally, says a well-known was rendered. One of the attractive interested in the very best result you can get from when have
authority. Meat forms uric acid which your grove you spent your
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Orlando excites the kidneys, they become overworked numbers was an anthem by the Congregational time and money to bring it into bearing.

from the strain, get sluggish and choir, Miss Margery Then do not be mislead by claims intended for
fail to filter the waste and poisons from Waide and Prof. II. S. Pope singing a that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
Steam the blood, then we get sick. Nearly allrheumatism duet in the course of the anthem. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators
LaundryFRENCH headaches, liver trouble, of proper practices in propagation for
the
Three beautiful
selections of
nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and were express purpose producing the one thing
DRY CLEANF-RS urinary disorders come from sluggish sung during the service by a quar- Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

LAUNDERERS kidneys.The tette consisting of the Misses Margery : Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents but
I more, Professor 5hamel'swork
moment
PHONE 88 I you feel a dull ache in the Waide and Freda Siewert and
kidneys or your back hurts or if the Messrs. II. S. in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
Pope and James I.
urine is cloudy, offensive full of sediment
Nay, over the ordinary method of
propagaion.Vhat then is the
Noxon. fifteen to thirty
irregular of passage or attended by cents in
a> sensation of scalding, atop eating meat The entire program \vas greatly comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

S. Helen Graves and Salts get from about four ounces of Jad enjoyed by the large audience of College -
any pharmacy; take a .
tablespoonful in a glass;\ of water before and Winter Park people and
HAIR AND FACE SPECIALIST breakfast and in a few days your kidneyswill proved a delightful variation of the

Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial, act fine. This famous salts is made usual vesper service.
from the acid of grapes:\ and lemon juice, Ocklawaha Nurseries
liody Massage and Scalp treatments, combined with lithia. and has been used
given under modern scientific princi- for generations to flush and stimulate WINTER: RESIDENT IS DEAD

ples. My treatments have given satisfactory the kidneys also to neutralize the acids
results. Appointments can thus in urine so it no longer causes irritation Samuel Buell 70 years old, died ata C O. 'V. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
ending bladder weakness.
be made by phone No. 679. Hours 9 Jad Salts is. inexpensive and cannot local hospital yesterday afternoonand

to 12 a.m.; 1 to 6 p.m. injure; makes a delightful effervescent his body was shipped to his old G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida

lithia-water drink which everyone home at Fairfield, .I1t. for burial. ,..
PAKLORSYowellDuckworth should take now and then to keep the The deceased
was a winter resident
kidneys clean and active and the blood
Building thereby and had no relatives here. Undertaker -
pure avoiding serious kidney
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I For One Day HATES... 23< SENTINEL I WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLES For Siz Iaye HATES- ._.--??. 75e I
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FOR RENT-Attractive buslneai '
'
room. See Ik It Uerry, at the Ford H
Oarage.- ll-ll-tf R. BERRY

IKi.: KINDEROAP.TEN: primary .
room, First Methodut rhurchi; telephone < I
:221: or rail 14 East Jackson .
sliest. 1 IU.U.tf: N1jN A complete line of Ford Acccs
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t'OlTTlKNT; orlea; a Mali of expert mechanics
: .1.14 I rKe |I"<>HMiit fur FOR SALEA
nMipiI rotiiii", with privttte family.
ship! In 'ID'J: ): Notth Orange, 14"""Ut!. to render PAtlflfaeUon. In nil
I 12: .17-tfe:: Just
lines of Automobile HcpalrI


WANTED Real Estate Work.I Vulcanizing, Oils and I fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

WANThI-1'ord' tourlntf rat, cheap
'Gasoline, and fair and
square
tor rd h11110 one Ford touring/ I
body complete|\| in good' condition TRACY & H It'tt.l.rCnrlJen."': prices. I S. West St. $2300.C. .
Answer quick. Hot O.'l: Orlando, Fie ters nnd cabinet maker" Screen
12-22-tf doors) and windows, frames sleeping I
porches, counters, shelving, show -
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WANTED: -Helper with experiencein 'UIl1 refrigerators> alteration and
bnkeshnp. Call at once at Carl additions. We keep a number of :i For Nine YearsWe
Jnnsen's Hakery, 11 Orange avenue. killed workmen constai.tly on hand.
FOR SALE - tcWANTDWant 18 East: Church street. 12 2lnio'NOTARY :
.. ._ have been in business at the: A. HOVEY
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with seal. I rrnke
----I : to buy a small PUBLIC
FOR SALK-Dwelling, six rooms house und lot; also vacant- lot; I a JTinlty of deeds mortgages, same location, Corner of South I
practically new, nice condition, with must not toe far out; price must be leases:contracts, etc. Price ver> leannahle. I I
lawn, bearing citrus: fruit trees, roses, right. Address: : A. li. C., care Senti Mrs.1 II. It. I.eake.Ii', East: i Main and Church Streets.
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very nel. 12-18-tf: Pine street. Phone. 179. 11-9-lmoc Phone 226Orlando's :
terms.
desirable locution. 1,000 --
," Box ;33, Orlando, WANTED: white '
Address "Owner -Uy a woman position i.
.'Ia. IMG-lmoc ns cook, matron, companion, or Leading Repair Shop
._-- housekeeper. Addrcs I.. E. M.. 114 CLINT BASS and Garage I
FOR SALE-FOH<< RE NT-I louses. Eust: Concord avenue.12.2i6t' 0
Also _.. .
furnished and unfurnished. -- --- --
PHONE: 375Wettjefferton
lota. Call und see what FUR nl-NT-Two: furnished ,
some splendid rooms! - Advertise in the Sentinel
I have to otter before you buy or.. with all\ conveniences. Apply 20U Street
rent. 1\1 fl. II. 11. Leake 40: East: Pin Palmetto St., 2 blocks: from Post Of.
street or 312 liroadway. Phone 1711. I fire 11-27-tfe Successor to
EXCURSION RATES

108dw.lmo house I LOST Hand Wood' CompanyWood

FOR BALn-A good five
4 In fine condition In Kood location: } 1.0HT-Rmall open faced watch on Account urC Hammond & Gore
hot and! cold waterj three total: a bar- / pin, between Lake Lucerne nnd' the of All Kinds1WMI'7''ICU11CIi
pin for quick buyer Call at the i mJllte hold Monogram L. H. IM on e
Bummerlln. ll-ZO-ue Imck, Return to Orlando Hnnk and / C ristmas t VtJNEltAt,1/1ILECT01tS ANn! EMIIAUIEHS,
horses Trust Co. and! receive reward.lt'3trc luetSoNUIlU'l11Clt* a clays
FOU HAM!-Fine! !saddle cheap. :
flee Jar I'JI Mlles 1l{-\2G-t& e I

MIHCKUjANKOUH\ : .. VI"Atlantic Heal Values! Low i'rlrcri
rtllt"{ ,:t UrK refrigerator and I
other hUU\ust\ .astute, thpll +. Jas (liEO.1'. IIII1.1. CO
A, Knoxi n.IJ1.\t1! I I A STRANGER Coast Line COMPARE

11\lInAIN Phone K.1))) Ilak liMit,, .Uiiom :,1 to
roil"( HAMS AT furnished Call sail' SOd Ud: It jnltJl' /IoIII,1 III FPHl i I i in Orlando would probably byirefeirftl OUR FURNITUREWe
Or will rent f"fIIIII"t"ly
estate, liny, ,Hfll nr enrlmfii! prep Standard Railroad of the South
new 11 ""f,, Utlt'lntl, to the Model( 1 If he
Inwnrund ', n@a.ak@" arty, lUntttU farefully attended\ to I
)
lalal: twu slobs ,five rooms, bath' l1.iI.1I1w@ should' nlie! about', a tfood place at provide the quality of furniture that has lung been ae.eepted .
Fir@ewed sleeping I I north, and' summer by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit, If
Umbrella Pseovfusf1 ar 4 which to eat.He .
dining( room AddreM Owner, UouaJ7 > ffP"lfM.. an article ii here it ia good.. It wouldn't ,be here were i It otherwise.We .
\ or tall at :312: Unll 4w"y 11.IO-'w.tf, "while you wait BV. YftunB1 would And that the 25c: "Tickets gold Dee. 17th to 25th: can't! make, this point too clearit! ia one of the foundation
shop 91 E. Pine at.MII.K
road I regular meals and 15c specialswere : Inclusive, limited to reach original tones of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
BALK: Small Studebaker"
FOR COWS I furnish
can
ster, perfect condition, runs aa quiet anyone the best that could be
with a car load of nice milk cows, starting point by midnight
Jf n, Vearby
electric bargain
aa an ; all fresh or heaves ringers. Prices
served for the If he
12-22-Gtc: : : reasonable. J.v.'. Stegall, Thomas price. January 10th." McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

ville, Ga. 12-lG-St* should choose & more elaborate
SALE OR HENT-By owner,
FOg ep.%> of the prettiest bungalows in UCE COST OF LIVING order he could be sure that the Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street Orlando, Florida
tOWI. Each; has six large rooms, hall
Buy English;: pea trees. The peas would be reasonable.If For Information Call
charge
and bath, with all modern conven are very much like the ones that growon ;: on

iences. One just about completed.25th of vines. They are very prolific. only a cup of coffee or a W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
be completed by .
other to
one sale, choice budded I
Also for ;
grapefruit :
December; nice lots and! fine location, and orange trees. Call at 307 piece of pie, he would get the W. It. O'NEAL L, C. P. & T. A.
near Lake Cherokee. Trice $3.500 East: Pine street. I'hone No. C04. Orlando
and Also$3,250 a fuur; cash room payment bungalow and in! terms.northeastern .12.19-Gt' best.It. Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel
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purt of town. This bungalow\ FOR m'NT-N, pleasant rooms pays' to be reliable.
und! 1 lot &0 by 150 feet, $::1:10: or for light housekeeping, in private

with Address 2 !lots Kentucky$1050! ;Home cash, 511 and Palmer terms. Went family Central; modern aVenue and convenient 12-23.tc: :315! Oysters fresh every day. Lumber. Iw \11: ; ll1 < S1iiii1es

street Orlando.) I'hono CSC.. --- .- = OPEN DAY AND NKJI1T
1:!.IG.I moc jo.U'I''I'1.'IUST; : I'UJI'S: '1'(1)\\
fi.t J the Real'ntinga\ ;)" Check" Pennies,,
FOIJ SALE:Tract of 13fi acres,l nrt. All !0c.() articles !Ill'. Ono cent andover
ly cleared, between' Xellwoud und "lInvlll ponnlcn" from every!
Sorirnto. i'rlce $I,flIIO. Terms S. S. prtirle purchtcd.! Nothing charged The ModelCafe
Matlnrk, llox COO:; Tampa Flu. nt these flrk,,". Prompt delivery
12-18-81 nail C.rocory Co., No. 11 W. Hohln-o"
i avenue. I'hone 118. l12-2-1-7tc:
SALE: Ten --- - - ORLANDO
FOR room bungalow; --- -- --- - '
, lake front, two lots, modern house, SKATING RINK-Chrtmns! carnival Slemons'
twenty bearing citrus trees. Will fur and grand march Monday nl ht.Ot'l'.mher Millinery i
nish to purchaser! good tenant for 27. Admission lOc.
cast! half of house for one year, with 1:1-3tc-: Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime
privilege of three, at twenty-five dollars LADIES'
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month. This will net HATSCHILDREN'S
a purchaser ---- -
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FISH AND OYSTERS
BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, closein Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00,

on West Central avenue; garage Fresh Every Day $4.00, $5.00, $6.00.
almost built. Chas. }'. Dow. Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.

.12.17. -tfc THE WALDECKER FISH CO. Our styles are so good-and our

FOR SALE-Lettuce, onion, cabbage 39 West Church Street prices are so reasonable that you will
and collard plants. 502: W. Central find our store the best place In the

avepue 12-14-tfc - -- -- --- - ----- city for millinery. .
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FOR RENT Will Sacrifice Siemens' Millinery

. Leave the Furnace for Real Winter '
FOR RENT: -On Colonial Drive and Store
Park Ijiko, five furnished house 10,000
keeping rooms. Gas, electricity and

city water. Apply 400 East Colonial* Your home can be just: n*' warm nnd cozy with u few handy Gas enters, during these
Drive. Phone 441. 12-19-Gt
GUARANTEED TREESAll Best and Promptest
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FOR RENT: -Summer cottage; also chilly days, nl'ir' you underwent the constant nnnoyance of tending n dirty, "cranky"

ijltc of four with :3 beds Auto Livery
room
also. 3 room flat for light hounrkccp-; True To Names furnace. And there is no fire to build, no foot or ashes to struggle with. When you

ing;. electric lights, bath, telephone, to 7 foot tree Service I I t
Atti active ground $12 per monthup. enter a room, simply' light the Gas Heater and you have warmth; when you leave, turn -,
I
10 W Concord avenue. 50c EACH i I I

ll.Mmen PASSENGER it off( and your expense immediately ceases,
All lending varieties budded on 1

0 Tuttle Gift Shop la I located this sour and grapefruit roots from
season on the second floor of YowelNl
> worth left of elevator known stock.Conway.
\ building, at
M2-8-tfc I NurseryR. BUICK GAR Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal BillsBy

FOR RENT-Large two story fur-
Fished dwelling modern conveniences using Gas Heaters in all but the coldest weather you can halve your coal bill. Gas
two sleeping porches, two We call anywhere at any time
blcwks from postoffice, corner Jacksonand Orlando R R I. heating is much more economical than coal heating. And it heats where you want it,
West streets. Jas. A. Knox. '

11-24-tf Gordon's Transfer T Co too-not the basement or the unused room. We have a Gas Heater to fit any sized room

FOR furnished WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS ,
in RENT-Nicely Pew, modern home; one-half rooms. SWEETHEARTS 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 in your house. Come in and see it. I

blockjBton Anderson street, near St.LukeThospital. HAULING OF ALL KINDS
Reasonable rates for
the season. 406 Margaret street. CHRISTMAS IS

\0-29-tf COMING Pansy Plants Rose

\ ANTED-Position as cook or housework -. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
by a white woman. A good Buy the "Men" a Box of Bushes, Petunia
cook. References. Call Lenox House.
West Church street. 12-23-31 PlantsLeave I
NEW SOUTHCigars GAS DEPARTMENT .
FOR RENT-Three suites of light
housekeeping rooms, with all modern your orders here
conveniences, close in, near Eola
park. A sunny place in a pleasant
neighborhood. 307 Pine street. Phone

C04. 12-19-6f .violet Dell Florist.J.

FOR RENT-Unfurnished, two room r e .
flat in business section, with bath
and all modern conveniences. Apply M. CARUTHERS
A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn
L. I. Payne, Watkins block.
I 1 12-19-6tc a Good Humor For 1916. Phone 509. 408 Booth Lab 8t
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See our Christmas menu in this
issue. Or land Cafe. M2-23-21C:
.
Mr. O. N. Gardner, of Jacksonville,
was among the business visitors
I spending yesterday in Orlando.
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Hide Hamriek'i Jitney but, tic.Id .
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Mr. Hert Maloney will 1 leave the

.= Glad Tidings 'last of the week for Orlando' to Fpond! : .
Christmas with his sister, Mrs c. W
____ Hunter,=eksonville Metropolis,
t The safety of your funds, cooperation

of our officials, promptness and Get your Christmas dinner at the .
Astor Cafe. Just like home
courtesy of our employees and friendly J.12-n.-ttc:

welfare are all points that
interest in your Mrs. W. P. Fillans and children ar-
the State Bank invites you to consider rived in Orlando yesterday afternoonto .
institution will spend the holidays with Mrs. Pil- UU
when choosing the you
. bank with. lans'Robinson.parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. May Every t

We solicit small as well as large ac
careful Turkey, cranberry sauce, home FIIIUI Christmas Joy
counts-both will have our equally made mince pie plum pudding and
hard sauce, nuts and raisins. Astor
attention. Cafe-Christmas. l-12-21-4tc
Be Yours

THESTATE A Christmas dinner, well' seasoned,
at Orland Cafe. 1-12-23-2tc

BANKOF
Messrs. W. A. Whitcomb, L. M.
Rehbinder and B. M. Weedinger,
prosperous and well known citizens of

ORLANDOTJ1 Geneva, were business visitors to Or- .
lando yesterday.Mr. :

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and Mrs. \V. P. Scruggs and .

son. Master Wirtley, Jr., arrived in .. ..
Orlando yesterday afternoon from . .1. .::: '
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Atlanta, Ga., to spend the holidayswith j: S l
relatives and friends.


F Fresh Cohoon's Donax dam .
bouillon for pack sale at all leading gro- -..: . . . :.. . ... .'.. : : ';"
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando : .. .
r\. Fla. 1-12-18-lmoc D'Q.: .. .. .. 1\ .. iii :
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: RIDE in Hamnck's J-tnej Bus one .
hour 12 miles .for 30 k. 8-28-tfc:

Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin of ( ::. . ".. ... ':.: : : .. '..:'. ... :. :.. . .."
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Ocoee, were among the prominent citizens -
from West Orange motoring to l
PI IIOLOROOK Orlando yesterday, and spent the day -
shopping and greeting friends. .II..I.IIII.IIIIIII.IIIII.IIIIIII.I.I.II ,. " . MMMIIIItlfc

HAYNES Dealer t
Savings checks are accepted m cash
in the savings department of the
Peoples National bank. 11.11-tf
HUPPELOROSIService
HUPMOBILE ,
For unusual' and artistic gifts', go
to the Tuttle Gift fchop. 1-12-8-tfc
TAKE ONE RIDEIn I.
Mr. J. A. Murrell, the w,4l known
buyer and shipper of fruit anti pro.
duce, In again in the city, having arrived >
yesterday' from McIntosh: nnd that STUDEBAKER Seven-Passenger
I I" making his home'nt the San Juan
hotel.

40 Horse Power Model at $885and then decide
lie sure to sec the cakes, pies and
randici on solo today ut the Cornish
Tea Uoom. M2-23-U:

: Aa'New 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick'a Jitney bur Be. The best 1916 value offered


Pine Cattle waa represented in Orlando
yesterday by the following well
known citizens: Mrs. E. A. Johns,
Mrs. J. T. Cuppett Mrs. S. Frank
Ford Home Phillips, Dr. S. W. Reed, C. F. Liven. San. Juan Garage Company

good John Eddy C. F. CrittendenFish I
Now Open
ana oysters received daily. Orlando-Daytona .
209.11 South Orange Avenue II. M. Self & Co. l-10-6-tfc .

Telephone 386 Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam f
bouillon for sale at all leading gro
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando
Fla. 1.12-18-1moc

Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Jeter reached p6M W+".. 'IIII"'I"'I""I'"f.. . IW11 t..f.. t..t T . 1&,

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Orlando yesterday afternoon in their !!"'!"

States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." machine from Tampa where they H I . II . I : 111111111 p 111111 r 11111 ,I 1111111 r 11111111111'1 II 1111 1 . I M++t
have been holding meetings and
trated: lectures.They. made the
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." from that city here in six illUS-1
These good people will leave
G. RUSH for the East Coast, making their EDUCATE .
stop at Miami and continuing on to
I'I'F. Key West. I

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CHILDREN
t served at Rossmore Windermere,
Christmas day at 1 o'clock. $1 per s
lace. Reserve jour. table early. q.
t. Phone 1019. l-12-22-3tc
, THE NE" EST DESIGNS In Banking '

IN SILVERWARE, JEWELRYAND Mrs. Luella Bogert, of Johnson- "
burg, Pa., and :Mr. and Mrs. Najlor, and Money ' '
NOVELTIES of Buffalo, N. Y., arrived here yesterday

Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand afternoon and are guests of Matters '
:Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Thornton, at
jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, their pretty home, 209 Jackson street. as wellas
bracelets, etc.'Vhen They made the trip by boat from
Jacksonville to Sanford and were met
new and beautiful designs are created,
we are
the first stores in in that city by Mr. and Mrs. Thorn-
among the country to show them You
ton in their automobile. They greatly -
never buy out-of-date articles here. '
Our enjoyed the ride over Orange BooksThe
displays for Christmas will interest There
you.
brick roads to Or.
county's superb
are some very new and very beautiful novelties-something -
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come lando. BEST WAY to TEACH Them is to Let Them Have a SAVINGS ACCOUNT g
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the THIS BANK!11
best When you want fine fruits and
opportunity.You'll
fancy box candy, visit the New Store, HABITS of INDUSTRY THRIFT
developed in early youth will give them a start
not be disappointed at this store. We see to at N'o. 6? West Church street. ,
that 1-i2-23-2t:! :! to BUccesi at a time when their whole litea are Mill before them!

checks are We Have n Pocket Bank for Your Girl or Boy. Call and Receive! One I
tses Savings, a good, a* gold.;
AEk for them whenever you buy any
throat! I .IMI The Orlando Bank & Trust Company
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