Title: The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: December 26, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00597
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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\ POSITIONS Helped By The Memory OfDr.J.W.Stagg



Zwiedinek to
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London Dec. : .-The Germans --- ---- -

opened their attack on the allied behalf of the Associated Chari- EIGN POLICY This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock there CONTINUED MONDAY CHRISTMAS DAY FINDS THE

forces in Greece with a vigorous bom- ties, since this organization was privi- will be held in the Presbyterian

bardment of the frontier positions. leged to be the almoner of the "Santa church a memorial service for the Saturday's races at the Fair SPIRIT OF FORD PARTY

"The German artillery on Lake Doi- Claus" fund raised by the Sentinel I COTTON STATE MEMBERS ACTIVEWill late Dr. Stagg who for several ;years Grounds were a great success and ne- <;! UNDAUNTEDWIRELESS

V ran is bombarding allied territory" desire as secretary thereof and chair- has been the active pastor of the cessitate the 2:22 pace being carried

says an Athens dispatch to the Paris man of the committee whose glad Demand Vigorous Action church and who had a large circle of over until Monday, the result being:
JournaL "The entente troops con- work it was to disburse this fund to friends in Orlando and vicinity.The Denton Norwood 41.2; Little Hal,

tinue to fortify their position." express most hearty appreciation and Against Britain or They general public is invited and 1-4-4; Bessie C, 5-5-1; Nancy Patch- I I -

Other dispatches state that an gratitude to all who aided it. Will Oppose Austrian instead of any extended address there en, 3-2-3; Baron Gentry, 6-6-5; JohnA. But Will Return if Possible-

army estimated at 300,000 is prepar- To Messrs. Glenn and Essington will be a number of very brief ad- Hal 23dr. This race will be finished |

ing to invade Greece. publishers of the Sentinel whose Action dresses and informal talks by men and unusual enthusiasm will be j{ Cable Bryan to Hasten

This force is composed of Germans, kindly thought for those without Dec. 25.-The both in and out of the church who shown as Mr. Hamlin driver of Little I i to Join Party in

Austrians Bulgarians and Turks. means for Christmas cheer resultedin Washington development were on familiar terms of friendshipwith Hal (owned by Mr. D. Lockhart), is i
of and
the raising of this fund I would vigorous aggressive Dr. Stagg. The meeting will be some pacer, and the other two heat | Europe

Turks Sink voice the gratitude of Democratic opposition in congress to winners must be good to be able to ,
Enemy Ships! deep our com- in charge of the session of the church
the state department's foreign policyis Stockholm Dec. 24 (via London,
Constantinople Dec. 23.: -The TurkIsh mittee and of the many homes which and the following program has been defeat him in the second and third,
the administration Dec. wireless from
causing serious 25)-A) Henry
batteries sunk two enemy ships have been so greatly cheered and arranged so Monday will prove the winnter.
concern. Ford, flashed from the steamship Her
and prevented the landing of allied aided. Could they and all contrib- Organ prelude There will be three harness races
Dissatisfaction with the conduct of pehfjord, was received by members
forces at Tekke Durnu, it was an* utors'to the fund realize one-half the Scripture, W. Mi Slemong. including the unfinished raiS, and a I IJ ,
foreign affairs the of the Ford here ,
by government party today
houhted by the war office today. committee does, of the gladness and Prayer, Dr McConnell J jumping race, and It hag been made peace
centers thit'flyith a group of members for the the admission IB It pave the! first personal announce
comfort thus Would People, its
given, they rejoice Music choir
bf congress from the Southern Merit of Ford's departure and his tutu >
Preparing Keply to U. & in having shared thi work, It On behalf of the Hoard bf Deacohe! 25 i) rents to each and every' one, and
cotton states and H growing rapidly\ ? plane,
Merlin via guyvttle, be. 25.' =Mdron has meant much beyond What Would tt, M. ltbbin<;on, t the b@st" flt'l'11I 1 be seen this day.Ilon't .
It has already been a subject bf The message Mid that Ford's Pud*
Von tiurian has already begun work hlI'l't'n' po! "ible from the limited (On behalf of the Jt''Elltltl t= W. H. forget to come Monday flrand-
t'tltlfl'ft'IIl'llV den had "been illness,
settoua tsll adminis l return ' fOft'titll1f
: stand t free Children inter 19
en the Austrian reply to the eeeondAneena fund of the Associated! Charities! O'Neal, jeaps! ,
tffttil1l\ lenders tit these elates and It gave aisuranfei!!! that he; will rejoin
note awarding to the Zit of i spite! the Utter there i M 1ft rents!,
upon !PA great thief address by Hay, J, II, hey,
the The if he
Secretary Lansing! party at Hague ; i H
A match between the local)
Vienna demand' \ for daily necessities! especially raft
= Jii4stftf M the!\ MethodUt (church
The cotton !states made\ it fhaii 1\ one ef the delegates I !, and if
group Hill, anti Miss!! Emma the
mare, Huby ,
It U @1Ip@@t@lt that the Answer will I at thin time ef the year, Bole,
clear' that unless action en the Hnt>h hU health! become puffieiently\ |improved =
l.@ handed to the American ftSl\a!! Ferty.one homes, representing: : jog On behalf of the congregation! lion mare just winning over her hy a nose
situation ,
dot within the nest few .Jl\fll. individual, have shared this fund, was prompt and vigorous J. M, Cheney. in the run Saturday, will be seenMonday ,
they would vigorous action At R public meeting here member
with aid from it also| fOP t three, other oppose A few words of appreciation froma the distance being one- ,
against Austria, of the party announced 1 that all
Czar to the Front individuals, and help in providing business man, ]lion R. Reacham, fourth mile, The amount of the preparations 1
Senator Stone remained at Washington for continuing the pilgrimage
Petrograd, flew 25",-,"The Car has cheer for the inmates of the County Dr. Stagg as a Friend, J, I*, Guernsey wager has not been made public. *
I after the holiday adjournment to The Hague had been com.
left Tbttrkue Sflo for the front Home For all but two of the homes I ,
in order to be close to the situation pleted. Delegates from Norway will
(these two not needing the dinner), Brief address Dr. Poulson, pastor MR. AND MRS D, J. DEMAIN SIJC.CUllt I
and the.party .
Senator Smith who led the senate join at Copenhagen.A
Austrian Charge Fails to Settle the large basket or package was filled. Baptist church : TO THE CHARM OF
cotton fight also stayed permanent arbitration board will
Ancona Case with all needful for a substantial dinner over. Hymn "God of Our Fathers" one ORLANDO AND BUY A ;
be selected from the delegates to the
Several conferences between these
-either a chicken roast in of l> ; WINTER HOME
Washington, Dec. 25.-Efforts of or a rSt KK'a favorite hymns.
countries before the American delegates
two Democrats have dealt with the I
each with potatoes rice and canned -
Baron Zwiedinek, Austrian charge, to Benediction I
return to their own country. 1
act as intermediary between his government tomatoes, tea or coffee, sugar, bread situation, but no satisfactory conclusion doper: & Atha closed a deal the :
Upon the arrival here from Chris
and the United States in the butter fruit (apples bananas and or- has been reached. VISITING MU. AND MUS. GENTILE first part of the week with the above tiania the party was received with as 1

Anrona case where the situation is anges), and a package containing named people for the Fred Stanley much of a hearty welcome as had i
such as that in which Von BernatorRacted candy nuts and raisins. A welcome NOTED MEDICAL MANUFACTURER Mr. residence on East Concord avenue.
W. T.
Scott wife and baby, been accorded to them at Christiania.A .
for Germany during the Lusitania i. gift of jelly was being kept for the IN ORLANDO are in Orlando visiting Mr. and Mrs. The sale was for spot cash and the cablegram has been sent to W. J. l'
homes where there was sickness but new owners have taken possession
have failed it became
case Lawrence Gentile at their home, 306 Bryan asking him to come to Europeand
further donations from other ladies This sale another j
brings! permanent
known today. Dr. W. S. Rurkhart and daughter, Magnolia avenue. Mr. Scott i Is connected join the party as soon as he pos.sibly j
During a conference yesterday Secretary provided a glass of either jelly, jamor resident to Orlando.
MU Mabel, arrived In Orlando Friday with the firm of Joseph Gen. can.
marmalade' for all, while a largebag Mrs\ Drmuln Is the daughter of the i
I.ansing told Zwiedinek that evening from Miami where the tile & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, one of
an oral discussion of the Ancona ruse of doughnuts! !gave n further treat the largest fruit and houses late C H. Stnrke; who wn n Milwau
doctor has large interests and produce
very a .
l le for many. In addition, there were millionaire, and for a number of t
U not likely to acceptable to this beautiful winter home, and! are the In the United State
government\ &gift for nil; n toy for each child years spent. the winter ore) his estate
truest of Mr. and Mr*. Allen Cohoon
lie acid further thAt A prompt reply (Mocking for nearly till the children, limther-ln-lnw and sister of Dr. .Ilnrk- HAPTISTS' GIVi: KNTKIITAIN-: : nt Gnthn Florida. Mr*. Dcmnln I I. "I All officer nnd members of Welcome J

from Austria to the lust Amrrl- and many pnlr of shoe where these hurt The! doctor I III ono of the largest MKNT: MONDAY NIGHT half owner of the Milwaukee Iron Lodge No. 0 are requested t<.

run note was. desired. wrro known to he needed!), and it line manufacturer of proprietary medicine The IIn fit""t Sunday school will and Bridge Work, which I I. the lnrg meet In Castle Hall Monday, December )

y.wledlnrk, It was learned through. ful new gift for the ndults' 1t'IIIlumu'h In the world with hcnd'iunrtcrs! present its program Monday evening, est concern of the kind In the West, 27, Dili: n. m. sharp, to attend
of serviceable second hand She I III also heavily Interested In real
diplomatic channels, made overturn the funeral of Chancellor Command
In Cincinnati Ohio. Mis Rurkhart December 27, at 7.10: o'clock. The
to Secretary Lansing looking towardan clothing.The anti her father have on several occasion entertainment will be out of the ordinary :estate, harbor dock, And steamship er.elcct, Rro. J. 11. Magruder. Jr. The

ornl discussion of the Ancona case willing co-operation of our visited Orlando and have and therefore, at' line on the Great Lake officers of the lodge wftll serve as
on the basis of giving the guarantees townspeople has gladly extended this friend here who many The Mr. DemAin has been largely Interested pall I bearers.
are pleased! to tractive general public is
see cordially
of his government as to future con relief work and though so much hall them. invited. in the scale business, being the Murry S. King C. C.

"been accomplished' there Is still a manufacturer's agent for one of the J. T. Dale, K. of R. and S.

duct.This would be similar to the Lusitania generous balance which will be care largest scale' factories in the United

in which negotiations fully used in supplying blankets and States.
prolonged by assurances given were by other necessities. Among those who MISS ESSIE PONDER WAS GOV. TRAMMEL FAVORS marked Everything at half in price.the Brass novelty line
goods, *
have aided beside the cash contribu GRIEF STRICKEN FATHER RETURNS
Germany last September that she -

would adopt the principals set forth tions are our merchants who have LUCKY WINNERT. NAT'. PROHIBITION FROM ALABAMA: trays mirrors baskets, and many candlesticks other useful, dressing art-! \ \

by the United States government for given discounts on purchases, the groceries -
cles that can use. Curtis & \
her future submarine operations.JAWSEM'S bakeries, markets Francisco's Mr. J. B. Magruder, Sr., who left O'Neal book you '
fruit store, the Walker Rros. packinghouse II. Evans the jeweler, has the Tallahassee, Fla.-Governor Park Orlando Wednesday afternoon for store.CHRISTMAS

Gordon's transfer the Boy check and receipt offered by Carl Trammell who will be a candidate for I Birmingham, Ala., where he expectedto

STOLEN FORD Scouts under Mr. James! N. Burden Dann for the correct answer to the United States senator in the Demo- remain for some weeks looking DAYTRAGEDY

(these! boys asking to aid in supplying Carl Dann advertisement in this pa- cratic primary of next June has an- after business matters, returned yes-

one family, and going in a bodyto per recently. nounced that if he is elected to the terday afternoon over the Atlantic

HAS BEEN FOUND deliver their gifts with the basketof Miss! Essie Ponder was the lucky senate' he will favor and vote for having Coast Line, on account of the death : AT NEWPORT ARK.

dinner), and many individuals who winner. submitted to the legislatures of by drowning of his son, Mr. J. R. Ma- ,

aided by their autos and personal The other correct answers were the several states for ratification an gruder, Jr., Thursday afternoon.

There was perhaps no happier man work in the distribution of the bas- submitted! by the following: V. E. amendment to the federal constitution Newport, Ark., Dec. 25.-William

in Orlando yesterday than Carl Jansen kets. Douglas!, Miss! Mattie Tate, Mrs. M. providing for national prohibition. SENTINEL WAS REMEMBERED t S. Hansen, aged 45, proprietor of the

who rejoiced over the news that CORINNE; ROBiNSON, N. Bogart Miss K.' E. Jacobs!, R. C. Governor Trammell states that his Maui hotel here shot off/ the top of

his Ford Car which was stolen Thursday Sec. Associated Charities.' Ponder, Mrs.' J. It. Could W. C. position is well in keeping with his The Orlando Suffrage League re hU wife's head with a shotgun, in

had been located in Jacksonville' Odum W. A. Coble, Miss Kena Fries, previous record, as he i is well knownto membered the Sentinel by sending a the presence of his 17 year old daughter

and would be returned some time today KENT SELLH; HUM USE.; Mr!*. O. D. Young, (J, H. Rascombe, hate always been on the temper* Christmas l lox of home made eandy. in the hotel lobby thla morning,

The thief was found arrested' lC.: Moore, Miss Ellen; Wood It. S, ante fide of the liquor question OoVernof > The 0. K tiakery sent U4 it hot of and! then' returned, to his room, blowing

fetid confes-w L lie Is said to have A. 0. Kent of the ONlaruloWlnter Wood, C, O. Klllen. L it. Wilson, Trammell also l states that In* delicious fruit fake. There were oth out hU brains when he placed l the
driven a ear to ()Manila, fold it, frtolettJensen's Prtrk Year Hound Auto if: It. ltodt'h ltuJth. Miss!! Ann Taylor, Mmuch a* the question of national er, remembrancer including many barrel of the pun to his head and

fur, atid returned to Jaekwnvllle. Service, lint transferred his hulhttlito K.: C. llau. ?lt, Rout Howe, 0, W prohibition I U sure to l be before! the pretty card from hu-lneM! hou-e! All pulled the trigger It U claimed th4t

,. He! U! believed to have Wen J. tt. Russell, who ,Leake Maury Smith, Mildred Mc. United States senate! until submitted of which were IIfl rllt'l"tt'll. We wish family trouble resulting from flan
I tit In leader the if Peril robberies Officers)/ 4 Htudelmker Lus service between opened Or Connell. to the slate he feel I It proper to you all in return a bright and happy een'a addiction! to liquor caused: the
metropelU' have! informed the declare himself .
publicly upon thin important New Year tragedy
landO'Wnltetr Park and other .
local ,police! of the rapture of a Ford paint NIGHT WATCHMAN' MIWDEHKD: ) issue
bandit The new owner will combine the
with/ the and man are, on/ the way to Orlando two line and hope to receive the ANN) IIOHV RUHNED; WILL GO TO VALDOSTA,\. TAMPAN A CHRISTMAS VISITORMr.

SHOT RV 13 YEAR OLD ROY Charles Moore violinist
business of former patron of the and How- ----
Kent service., Lake Charles! lea,, Dee 25.A, and Drown, trap drummer will leave Guy M. Empie, manager of the

"AT flt ftourpeoU, night engineer for the Columbus, ?Dee, :25= ,While tonight,for Valdosta, Ga., *sere they Western Union Telegraph company,

Gulf Refining company plant near protecting his mother from intrudersin will rejoin Mae Tallman and All en. Tampa arrived in Orlando yesterday

"At OA)' wa the title of a grip VISITOR FROM LAKELANDMU Vjnton, was murdered tonight and petroleum their home Willie Griffin 12 years gagements at a hotel and theatre in afternoon to spend a few days with

ping photo-play at the Grand last : Lurline Pillana left today for poured over the body and a old son of Mrs. Hassle Griffin shot i that city. Roth men are well knownto Mrs. Empie and his relatives and en-

night which drew a large audience. Orlando where she goes to be the match applied. and killed Bernard Rice, 14, and ran Orlando people who will regret joy Christmas tidings lie will re-

Manager D. Reacham. Jr., is getting guest of her sister, Mrs. N L. Bryan The body was burned to a crisp Wynnton Hargett away from their their departure. Mr. Moore will playa turn Monday. Mrs. Empie is the efficient I

r lavers.some excellent productions for movie' for the Christmas holidays.-Lake and the blaze destroyed part of the house this afternoon. solo at the Methodist church to. manager for the same companyIn I

land Telegram. :plant. Griffin was arrested night. this city. i
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THE DAILY The Orlando postofTice "enjoyed"the as to the successful propagation of I
biggest Christmas in its history, the crop in Florida, many being un
South Florida SentinelMORNING and the traffic was handled in a manner der the impression that cactus could
AND WCIKIVfU that reflected credit upon Postmaster not stand our rainy II\'I&"on. To nil
", "'.r.NN .. ... ...11r1aw I
McLean and member of such llrooknville
the canny
every company
r P.NNIU TON . V . ,h..law Msea/.r I
his force. : that their duot>U on thin wore
Knt; .*.d .! tiNt po lom<-. .t Orlando, f1 brIdL -
M K..mnd Clw Mall Milt.r.. o may I'e l discarded for the slabs not
..... HAlt Hut n few days remain until thewearing only made 1IIIIt'nlllilacro"th| during the
Itt 1111(;
0.11" I Y..r. . ..... nIT time ttrrUen; make the Hummer month, but new slabs. maybe TOMATO SEED
'Dall,. 1 Month mast of them.At ( rut end, transplanted'! during that
Pall'. 1 Mnlllhlt ............ ... .u. .t'PaU
..... . . 0 C
*. I Month :.:.:. .! a : period. I hid the llrooknvllle company
"....I'. t far ... . j.. 11.00 The Churches I disregarded the doubting 1hIl1111'"l'tII
4LL tl'BM'tlPtlUW rA TIIIL.aM-- In thin hinder we would have trnnapttthted .

ADTANll -_ I l nil of nut. hew Copings| Id t th it few ititys otir hew Crop! of LlVlliKsluh llotie Tomato Seed Will tirrive< Wevlli then
to AU4aatisueibsf tINt t'\Ut.\N! IIIIIUII July, thereby hating several. thOUllthl'hHllt ,
'It ....,I.t I.s4. .11 rltF1 t.Nd-IFI. t?n0ter Ct-htlftl nVehue' and Weilnl \ slain, (huh ftp how |l.uOIIt'III1. he ill it jHHltiuli. lu nITetyull I 1-Vesli Tortinio (;evil nt rt ,kintil! |irk-e4: HeiiieJiiber' thh utlelliiug

.....II.1' illlIlI h* ( I IM It tM tilltttltHtft Plteet: Ht'itlhhltjtUIt! nliout All() itt-te, ** }li toe IJUHI our uKl sped A* PUOII Its \\e! i-eeei\e the fie li.WndlVinUADIMj .
.f t V fttHHriM Hit l Ill tf (host I V. tillUta Itet t.1"nltllf 11. tlut-IIIIII IhlhllIH.lttt4r : itrttilHl( tit* VrtHfllP flu\ latter
rf.*. hfH'f t).l"-IHiiM.: TM Ie full .ltrlt( : jmlt
(tf tMH'1H1sIa1Ii HMU w it Mat lf_ "iiih H' Ht.f'..i I IM.mlfpfildiw I IInufuti t \ IItllllul Mill a< in.rtl tit tMrth-h tIt tills teat ftitit- tit ttliltltlittle ( ) ( CIIIU'UH 4
t'ltmh IIIHht; 11 it: IIti| bug: Irate t itlwl with! rt hit u i, the
( rti fiP Ihs PiiftHfiiil I rt*i1rHA i i "A fjlF I othH rfiMy tills watte mure -III.l l.!
flf OtHiltUi, A
}rttlliFd .hft, IiHH Ihl! ,,1lI 1I 'A *flh hlt till f jf'H ot-lliHII) ,
H'II Psis 11$ "'fl f!iHH HtKFaq!! If lun 111I 1t\iIiW 0f Wiullhm f'lIYHhilll"; last lint t they inve flit KUdiitnl.t HIM tie:
fr4HMHHit If| (M fK,#4''*f !HH l=fl'{" II"f' eIRt rife flF! tri4II$'ldnllne1s\
ga'4 DMMH M fmMvMMffl "
,,H |haattl1 . .,'. .:. .' . There will lip nn 11HaHIIV J4f the Ifftnloi the fA4F varieties:, nansly} I I Im-
- ito4nd rf\M, proved l t'rflino: the i tl est fAmits variety City Drug Store
Sl'MW' Itt rt \tntn 36, lalar' -A- ; and the White YellftW and

1'nnT.\ST -MPRTINO Crimson fruiting\ varieties, we are HP

J pocks: ;and neckties hat did yoq. An members pf the Christian longer in doijbt. j, i* DEANt I'rppriftPr( Orlando. Florida
l"et1 church in Orlando are urged to be Starting in March with| 700 Improved t

t, -0--- I present at the Christian and :Missionary Fresno, and 100 each of the
Christmas shoppers were numerous Alliance rooms on West Pine three fruiting, we have increased our
and Orlando merchants are not com- street, Lord's Pay morning at 10:30 nursery from one acre to about five
plaining. o'clock. Matters of importance con- acres on which there are now grow-
-0--- cerning future plans to be considered ing 5,400 slabs.
Rev. Turner, the evangelist, has at this meeting. From the 700 forage we cut 1,500 I
been confined to his bed very sick for Regular preaching service at 11 new slabs leaving more than an average .
three weeks at 308 Gore avenue. He o'clock by the pastor. of two new slabs to the first we can vouch for none but strictly
is improving very little. L. W. Buckley, pastor.CHRISTIAN growth on the mother plant.' Burbank's latest improved verieties I FOR SALE!
o - From the 300 fruiting varieties we that were perfected in the past three
Weather forecaster Hicks, of St. I SCIENCE cut 720 slabs, leaving the same pro- years and guaranteed to be absolutely I My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot Grounds, 154 feet front on
and Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue. attractively
Louis, predicts that January will Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. portion of first maturing slabs on the spineless. Library, Reception Room, Den, Sewarranged I and sprayed by underground
bring some of the fiercest weather Services at 11 a. m.; subject, Chris- mother plant.Figuring ing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen system.Pantry .
this has experienced for tian Science. conservatively, our 5,400 Grocery Room, Lavatory, all Large garage and log cabin play.on '
country THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE first floor, with bath and a sleep- house, etc. Will sell furnished or un-
many years. Wednesday evening service at 7:45.: slabs will each produce an average of ing apartment with eleven windows I furnished.and .
o Third floor, corner South Orange ave- three new ones for the coming period, INVESTMENT CO. seven closets and storage room on 11-7-lra
The work of the charity committeein nue and Church street. Entrance on which will give us over 20,000 slabs I I
providing cheer for those in need, Church street. for the first year from a start of CHARLES P. DOW

cannot be too highly commended. If - 1,000. Had we known that the new : have moved their office to the
there was one in Orlando without a FIRST METHODIST CHURCH slabs which matured in July could Benedict Residence, 114 East - ----- - - - - - ---

r good Christmas dinner, it was not John B. Ley, pastor. have been cut and planted in the Central Avenue and hope to
known. Sunday, December 2G. rainy season as we now know, we 1
o Bible school. Christmas music led could hive increased our first year's meet our clients and many new

There are sixty persons in the by a superb orchestra. crop by at least 5,000 more slabs. one to get acquainted with us Not"Send
United State who have $1,000,000 income 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor; As it was, we paid heed to the and our methods of doing busi- "Why
annually, and probably most of theme! "A Rejected Traveler; a doubting Thomases and did not cut I. ness. We buy and sell Real
them lie awake at nights thinking Knocking Nisitor.Christmas new slabs untf the present
any Estate and Mortgages, loan a box of assorted Grapefruit, Oranges and Tanger-
about that six per cent. tax they haveto anthem, full choir; solo, month. I
securities and friends at home?
ines to
pay. Mrs. W. M. Murphy, 0 Holy Night Our experience at the Brooksville money on good your

o (Adolihe). nursery, as well as a thorough:( investigation I advance money to parties in- 10 pounds ____________________________________$1.35

Philadelphia's death rate doubled Senior League. Christmas service regarding the many va- tending to build homes on easy 20 pounds ___________________________________$2.00
t this week, and more than fifteen thou. for young people, 6:45.: rieties of cactus, places us in a posi- terms. Bank Guarantee for our.
I nand persons are ill as an epidemic of 7:30: p. m. Children's Christmas tion to advise citizens of Florida that I transactions. Express Prepaid.
la grippe sweeps the state of Pennsylvania cantata, under direction of Miss How there are many kinds in this state,
Six hundred and fifty burial ard. California and other states, but that I HENRY BENEDICT, PRES. I ....

I permits were issued in three days and - ... -- ----- ---- - ---
I' the majority of the.deaths were due GERMAN EVANGELIC: LUTHERAN - --- Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

to grippe. Public school attendancehas Services on Sunday, the 26th, at

been greatly reduced nnd in dome 1:30: p. m., at Seventh Day Adventist Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 I
sections of the state colleges have building, West Central avenue.

been forrrd to close.C All Lutheran are invited. 80 acre I. kesite, 35 acres In Grove; 2200 fine bearing
0 !"'. (i. Trapp, pnittor. budded trees; 300 Seedlings Close to brick road and
With the influx of winter tourists town.
the "'II..rlnlIlv.ttl.lnJ:" mn aremaking I.'I.OUJIJ.MAIS I.l.tI)4 IN THIS Outbuildings
House, .
their appearance In Miami NI'l'IUHn1'I.: :
and several of them have already Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALEEXCLUSIVE
shown up here with different sort "Forage 'I'hat Han PromUed' In l(.*volutloitire SALE ORLANDO ROOFING
of m-hfinf" Consequently the mercantile Ktm-k Industry l I.
'bureau of the chamber nf Spineless ('anus

commerce' which has a complete nyn- Orlando Real Estate Co. SHEET METAL CO
'lem (tit hnhdle nil sued mallets, I U tret-! (lly iIL Tread)
ting tills) with the hope of IIAYihltl ilrooknvllle, t.'ilt.-A new Industry E. II, nUAULEY -- -
l local merrlmhln front the ft'htla has "heels Pint led At several pointa, inHtiutlt WATKINti HMCK IMIONK, AtII ) t

iittlch lit (lip nil. attl!tii.=MlflHtl MeHiujlk 1 I'liitlilrt, that kites ptninloe" lit Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, '
( | fiilvlht Ihs fiirn p |iHihlehi" b,4 )ply

=d (Ihs ('iliitrttBllhi|, { lit llulhrihkV t t"I"hft|" : .)4.+. ....... uuu :: : : : ouu : : : : : . : : : : : uCluislmas I and Rubber Roofing
inn "I,N'IINI I,'" IeQq Crtttua, (he WMHiler fitM e CHitA | ,
1101.11 11,1Y>> far HO! (the Writer t Knttfffrtlt tllfil'tt Cornices, Skylight, Healing, Vcnlllfllliia MHA' Ceilings
She Morning Sentinel "tfiftK a helU hit II+l I''fin Itlt 'fi'iIHlq"' ,l to prnpd- I Cards s and Booklets 1 !

1 day" yesterday, anti l all day,I,, the tele gate! llHilirtiiK's hnuhetl itrotluets' in Works) 14 E, Church 8t ORLANDO
phone WM Kept "busy answering in* this state on H Unre !scale until thi

quirie of subscribers, who had failedto J present year, when the largest pf !several Exquisite; selection(from It, up), AUo I Souvenirs, : ,
receive the We twice nurseries was established by. ft : -rY
paper were Novelties, Toys, Japanese! Novelties\ Stationery, : - -
(glad: that we took the holiday, for company V: Jlrooksville men, among' and Magazines, -
aside from the rest and enjoyment, whom are J, J, Bell, \V %, Fulton, .. :
we were given evidence in a 'large large citrus growers jn Hernando 22 W. Church St. i :
measure that the people look for the county; C. M. Price, president First : Biiola & Hill : Whatever Else You Buy for
Sentinel's daily visit and are disap- National bank, of Urooksville; L. D. i f ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT
pointed when it doesn't reach them. Varn, and others. These men organized : ChristmasYou
This opportunity is taken to express their company, procuring their i
appreciation for all the good original start from the Burbank Pro- I
things that have come to this paper ducts company, which company in must have Christmas Cards. Our line this year Is

during the year which is drawing toa turn supplied them with the perfected more varied and beautiful than ever before.
close. product and in consideration there- PURE FOOD STORE The early shopper gets the cream of the stock. Whetheryou

The Morning Sentinel has grownso for received a selling' contract of the buy or not, it is a pleasure to have you see our magnificent
steadily in favor that its circula- output of the nursery for a period of GroceriesCHRISTMAS display.
tion is greater than any paper published five years.
in Central Florida. We hopeto Early in the year Mr. C. W. Hahn,
deserve the continued confidenceand Southern representative of the Bur- ,

patronage of the people by mak- bank Products company operatingfrom Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
ing a much better during the Tampa, introduced a car of this
paper Raisins Burnett
Citron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster ,
finished into this state and in
year. Extracts Burnett's Cake Coloring.The I
o the latetr part of March several nur- -
Above Are All Fresh Stock
GETTING A STARTIN series had been started, notwithstanding I
LIFE. the fact that there had been ad- Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.MllllllllllfllllllMMMIIilllllMIIMI .
Banks that have adopted the Christ- verse reports made in a general way

mas club idea are doing a good work .: ; G. C. MontgomeryWe

for the community. Thousands avail 11111 III I
themselves of the opportunity of saving -
money in small installments and :I :, have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for

rejoice when the holiday season draws : our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
near because their little fund has InvestmentsMunicipal
grown and fills a want created by the Christmashas : Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $t6ito $50.

and Industrial Bonds
Not only are these thousands thus
provided with money for presents and Mortgages on Improved Property come and gone but we are still here. Our Feeds are
holiday uses, but many of them acquire -
the habit of saving and have little 8% of high quality, the only kind you can afford to buy. ( CAR CO.

accounts growing to their creditIn

the banks. Freeman V. D. Phillips
Young men and women are creating Interest on Investmentsof !! ,

a new etart-in-life fund, young Unquestioned Security 14 EAST ChIt ltCU STREET. PHONE: Ml
parents an educational fund for their The Co-Opertive Produce Co. I

children, and older persons are pro* .
tiding for the proverbial rainy day. Chas. P. Dowthe w. 9. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIiin II '

Every adult should have ft savings! People! National\ hank II
account of some kind and the batiks.
r:V HOW offer 6pfM ftUhltie4 which did hot Advertise in the Sentinel
exltt fur the pAst genefatton. j

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N1.4| West Pine Sreet -- Fti: .1E5 The New Nurseries 'i1
The fire Buckeye
department pup is grow-;th Capt. Jouett. who went to his Catalog
ing. reward this week. His father was illustrious -
i Phone 161 -oWe -- and lies at Arlington, Va, Will Interest and Grower
have seen bad roads but about among the other heroes of the nation. ; F'I Help Every
the worst is the one leading; to and Very few persons knew the late Capt. .
DAVIS & GILES from the Orlando Country Club. Over Jouett intimately. He was a great : = Buckeye Trees have gained a reputation for healthfulness -

this road hundreds of people pass. frequenter of the book stores and in- r r vigor and productiveness wherever oranges and
%ATTORNEYS; -AT-LAW For one year this road has been very variably spent a portion of the afternoon grapefruit are grown.

1 Phone 72 bad and apparently no effort has been with T. II. Evans at the jewelry Naturally, as the best citrus trees to be had, thor:
to improve it. A visitor from a store. He was well versed and
possessed }?;? from Buckeye Nurseries are bought by the bet da"is
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,- distant city may wish to visit the brilliant mind. The last
Davis & McNeill Block I I J Country Club. Fine opinion he carries words we heard from Capt. Jouett of people throughout the citrus belt.

I away with him of the street leading were: "Well, sir, well meet again and .. We feel that the merits of our trees and our respect for
I to the club. Putting the matter have another talk some day." those who buy them alike demand that we present the

mildly the road is a disgrace.! !I story of Buckeye Nurseries in a dignified, attractive .
Victor Starbuck - I I We were somewhat shocked Friday "' characteristic form. *
Some f e
day when we haven't afternoon
anything to see a boy in a cart
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW else to do we are going to.I pulled by a dog come rolling through So \\e make our catalog just as good as it can be made.

watch Jim Barnes riding his horse! I Orange avenue which at that time I The best in the photographers',engravers'and printers

Phone 161 -0I was filled with motorists.( The boy t art i i.* employed) \ to give it the nim excellence that
It In a good thing for Orlando should have better sen!!&?. If he hasn't Buckeye trees have.
No. e W. Pine St. Urland h Ha vivre that moving picture companion :'enough gray matter to stay off ONnnge
:I :1 +
Jo not rome to Orlando every day and) avenue Home one should tellhim Ihlt'ke',1'C'I'reey nro true to name, backed bv a giiariitityruin

tub pictures sling Orange avenue at : that the place for him, his cart ( tueMetalultlmtilinnrinlrrsltonviliilit) ; 1 ( I'\"C'.
the noon heir Some; t'utulogr1iu/' \\'iorIutgrygriiliefrtuttatlgerines.linu's.t'le.s" t
twenty-five him' I and his dog I IA on saner unfrequented : :
It buns. !' must hive been late to dinner !reef and not the bunlnrM district ' in picttireHt: t rue t()lint tire in formand in many utMN in(,,llIf.

kAY WHITE Tupmltty, when "HnMte". WAIt ponlng 1 1t funny how bays and girl get hurt Buckeyi1 MTVUHI, linn! helped buyers: of Huckeve t tree toiieeeedbytelliiigtheiiiju
the miner of (Ornng/ venue and I'Ine y automobiles, Un't UT-It I III, NOT. ; )
"' I t t j +tliovtoplantfertiliehnray.marketelf. t ( 'i i .
A1TOKNKY-AT: LAW sterols I -o- ,
'rho I lillvkt'11'eeiltullg" Collnw* tJm filn 11m IIh'.e: ,
-0- If Joe I I.. doesn't I
Guernsey << stop de.
Itoom 44Wntklip Tor several month the White Way [Iherlng I short addresses etc t .before o a giviiiKcuUiiral( direct ionHiiiii.. MiJecilicMiforiuiiH possible.Htiekeyo .

lilock Orlando, Flu (leata have been| Installed on Lucerne I IIrfl large audiences he will have to give Hliuulards have come to be regarded n* thoseby

le. Tor how many more months up the hardware business and. sign a I \\ hit h nil others hi the field of eilruistock production(

Inuit we wait before the electric ';contract wilt some fhnutnuqua clr an judged, The Huckejo cataloga# well tn the llueke -
ttiti are turned nnt Ja<*_ I L titles cult or Lyceum bureau We have
Wortfilnijton Blackm&nATTOUNEY.AT.LAW 1 III i the only property owner on the t heard him twice within the past! two >'o ttinlity| of het.lllt!!! been t'npletl nut! iluitttted by.
'It-tie' who has his utrihg of lights In I month anti each time he gets tetter' dill i'oiiiietittiMi| but iiL'Vt'f duplicated!*

jiernlloh, Kt't'lt| the rnatter InoVlhg i, the first time Was, In tlellterlhtf nMiMreM Tin1 lit'\v Mini' iiiu,t helpful. of nil I lie t'lttnlogt! of Hut kr>'t'

Phone 617 amt lal Us hate the llluJtilhatloh. \Vt i, fare of welcome tw ,vl!!ltlntf W C, NllMCril'l! \\ ill lit. W'llt free tilt ilppltt'ittloit' t"UIt pOrMUluhtM'tinlciimliilt !
tfitil.l that the |ttfirty< + islets! 1: 11: delegate'', and the lpl'bnd tlHieWn \ '' ', Ilic |'iliiiilin tif cilnh. IH'i litnvnNiliiny t
Itoonie 18 Mutt 14 Y hat the Hly' Will Ilirtllitrtltl# nHil |irty |filed, flip H crud{} (eolleetlrtn fiiF (HIli bH l
building, t he coot of He fnc Iln' book /should. IK niitilt'tl IN. promptly. . AtldfrMBuckeye ( r ;
it it" it phi Af (Hilt+ Mendel "fihn Clul"* Ht the .
Dirty, "'c Wriiit the+ light,: Crtit it leifi Mt'thlflti-t church' with such msifcel
--il.ii| 'the IfoU, IMrk While N'qy ij'ft'thilt{ III fun ml its way into' Nurseries )
Phone 73 !!yltep' will 'lo. irMalH ami. in full t h clult t treasury '
I 103''] Citizens Bank tiu.ldmg Tampa+ FlorMi!
c==== r.perl4tion. l efore t the lucerne Circle j J

t Paul V. Hutching Whil W141 i is cam 4ete'1' This i ja i aorrible pack fohoon's non,, eta tOl ':
hAttorney t tfioMght+ Tp rm's. lucerne l liouillon for sale at all l leading pro- i--- I

and Counsellor at taw Circle property -owners.- to arms! sets Fla,, Cohoop racking Co I HHHmocSI'f.CUI. ,: Orlando# i vL ;1

The Periscope took a little
Davis & McNeil Bldg the other morning in its sea airing going : INVESTMENT:/ W. H. Brokaw Agent Orlando Florida

ORLANDO FLA peace ship and scouted along the full The ideal investment is one that ,
length of the Conway road. Here is veilcU a guaranteed net income The t
a pretty stretch of highway and it income investor and the builder, by

Dr. F. F. Thompson seems eluded a in shame the west that it branch can not of be the in- consulting investments ing), will Cook receive and &materials information Co ('Christ which build as will to . . . . . . . : :. . . .. . ... . . . . . . . .. . . .. . " .

Dixie highway. The route i is one of prove of value. Plans and estimates : : 'i I
Dentist free I-12-19-7te
picturesque beauty. !Houses, new,

freshly painted and recently constructed SKATING RINK Christmas
Formerly of New York houses-HOMES-are grouped val and grand march Monday night,
along this highway at regular inter. December 27. Admission lOc. .
owls (It is beginning to look as 12233tcFresh j

Over Curtis & O'Neal's :though the city limits of Orlando

must The be Conway extended road) is short in length FOR SALE! I SEASONS( !S GREETINGS .

'but of untold value to the property
owners in that section of Orange I
county. With the fine tributary roads I
I and feeders the Conway road is always Two lots frontingon .
I thickly traversed with orange
wagons, motor vehicles and carts- Colonial Drive
OR. U H. RAMSDEU I even children roller skate on the

OPTOMETRIST I road, which was once a sandy, tortuous East and ParkLake. .

t ORLANDO. . FLORIDA pathed thoroughfare.The .
property owners along this Bearing orange
road are thrifty and have for .
aneye '
ornrAi RKFAIVINOSURVEYING the beautiful. Without exception ape' trees, large ,
cial attention has been given the .
l lawns, which are in excellent condi live oaks. Corner .

tion. Masse of haughty flowers make
each property a distinctive one, and lot $800. Inside lot This Holiday Season gives us the opportunity to extend -

being cultured and trained by ardent $700. Phone 567 Christmas Greetings and to express appreciation f

Plating and Sub Dividing hands one can hear these flowers echo for the business you have given to us during the short .;
that phrase: "We are in a class by '
PROMPT AND ACCURATE ourselves. or inquire JOS Hill time we have been in business in this city. j

WORK The highway offers a fine opportu crest Avenue. With best wishes for a prosperous and happy new \\I.
nity for beautification. Trees, shrubs,,
HAL A. IRISH flowers, plants, etc., should be placed .--- - year.
along the highway from DeLaney

Civil Engineer street, Orlando, along the entire GLASS OF SALTS(
length of the road to the Conway
47 Watkins IUdgn Orlando, Fla, store. It could l with little labor, become
one of the finest stretches of .
highway in Central Florida. CLEANS KIDNEYS S .

Not do the owners'
only property
F. A. PEPPERCORN homes along the brick road attract '-' I ,
attention but nn the tributary roads U your Back !U aching or Bladder
GUILDER and CONTRACTOR and for several miles on either Bide bothers, drink lot of water 1nMeed

Phone 37 houses are being builded as mushrooms and tat lei meat. ,
grow, and small farms bearingmnny
dUerslRed products cnptUate 1
When your kldnrri hurt and your buck ,
L. Pcrcival Hutton the tje frrlt sore, don pet scared and p
This I I" Indeed n favored section<< of tn load ToUt stomach with A lot of den
Orange;! county and the r ldenti that trite the kldnet and Irritate the!
87 Liberty St.. New York NY, know It better than others ht'raUl8tl1t'1 entire itrlnnry reel 'kf'f'r toUt kllelenn 'ran
like tot keep tour MieU, else ,
AltCtltfKCTMeNelllDftVh ate hnppjr pro!perom! and lhJehtleht k* nu-hlti(# lent With A hill,1. hurhileMMil. M. A. McDowell
.. which Iefwstes! the! lt.>lr\* tiflhntis
JJuiliiiHir Utllij1dJ! .:-=. Hit-lC Ah''! llhitillM(. (Item id llielf hnntitl :
'1' (icUHIh 1h iS< rtifttl ,-it hf' tttC kl' .
Florida Alwnys tltilht MHitthlhtf rlpliCFnl t tltitn 1t held I le H nitef the i t, < I'olive lifhhe' it IHMih "H twn l tlt :lr *(fjtlH ffKW It fiHii++ (HIM Hf, (trlIII .
Member I F. A. A. |'eiuU Itt iHI t.ijr-teF i" : .tha two |p@iFl. ; + in hifi i+ lvAitt: V1HI, IHfHfcC!{ ef klt, -it.tf 'the! Itli 1:
IitiU IMn1
runt t I 11"4.., \F several I ttai\ ghII,t Itntlerttla :
itFlFk, ..
Hi pf will Fan't dFih
\ F=tag \
"" ; elnltifet| .them: The nhifeonu f I t tM+ Wijj:1t i Alai' pct Ifc+Pt say fkrwaFi 4 I. McNeill & Davis Building Orange Ave. Orlando Flee
S. S. Jones |ii held ilt 1 60 cents! And J the 4tc 4 Ater I fai t f P411Clii tit dad. Falls; laA ,
taNleal IIM is .A. glaa' 0'' watlif
one at 'ffi cent, alihoMgh |lath .1
cnIahp Mar;' ? t"re.Vf4t etch morning 'far .* few PHONE 101
Chiroprac tor |Ie purfhaset} l Ly' AUP or t-: loss and four .k,4nej will| act fin,
H.00. Ibi f4mom salts' i ie wade 'from tbs I
-'- acid of [!'apes and l lemon juice, comt.ine4
with lit hl., and baa been
uu.t for gener
It's how chronirle
funny "
tiona ta clean and stimulate clo"%4 UI4
Graduate of Davenport, la., Col 1 the deeds of the living, who at t nejat also to neutralize the acids is'sc'at
lege bet>t are short lived, and how hUtoryU urine to it no longer: i i. a source of ire i-
Ution, thus ending bladder! weainei
written in each! issue of a news
Specialist on Nervous and Ja4 alta U ntlvei !
mexy cannot in. '
paper Since the creation of the I'er.I lure males
Chronic I a delightful :
Diseases: (scope's column, some few weeks lithia'Hater drink which everyone shoo IJ | .MMMMMM >MMMM..... .........w+, ..++ . .. .. . " , . . .. .
those character we interviewed tale now and then to keep their U4Hf ,
t ago'l ". elean and aetiv !"" !' ,
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have with
4th Floor, y, D. Uuildlnjj discussed met keen up the water drinking, and no
grief or death. It seems as )' y doubt you will wonder what became of Read the Advertisements in today's SentinelI'
\ Phone 209 I since we talked for several hour your kidaetro)04' wad t+scluAe, I


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f OHLANDO CONCHKTi: i nt'BHlAS "MUCK llttNlillfcl)4IIAItll Mt.\t* tllVKS lllrillKIt1ION i t.lJUC\. .' ........ . 11111111" .
- ATOUK nut $210: A 1't Alt

107) Nona Ml Rhone 4U 9 I Ptnckhnlht.1h* "Henl ttu' tan the en.t t of hlithef. educnllnH\ has | "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
I hleh" nlliPrWlM, khtmtt hs! the", "Illnrk been Iht'tpnlllhit Ih !thlltl ('tales hloht; |
s==a I Illtlhdtad"I tuH't alit main with fVcr)Uilhtf else! NuiM llititti-
ItlIti ltIItt Ilif HttilH| \ of Ilse I (Vttfi Units I hate! I Irtikfil, Hit ttiltliiit( (In( IIPlft
(l'unhurtutflt for All ('lit" *-rrl oflluiltiInK
flllil fill litH Ullrtlllt? I'f' lilieltM( Hill nlit lit IlirtllilPlirtlifPi, HprtVyInfy Ittlnll-it. Unlclll3udded
t'unefet@ (!*. All 1\,* I lip, I lP!'ltll., I'HgllHIH' era ,also,I tea fur pvppy Irtl'tiFnttip\' @uuraaanll {
Wm Mmi, (Cl.t4Manufacturer"' i I VHIIMilslM'I'IPMlrtU. llt VPttte iWfflf\ltllll I I. .
fpflipd, lit hinny !e etilll.If( \ ( HIP farm> \ 1I1
(iry, I aypffl post$ pf A year of !i@hAqla ; 4 from
Also I< !* of { t t1
The 1'$=IHI llhl fHtllrh;' in min ofiti i lag, in many NurUtern wleatprn ,
Concrete( HuiMing Jlloekf( of every I.t i..I1"' aiit'lil echo"le|( | tn from *TJ.i i} tQ two, In the

design, WhittVA)' Posts, I The Heal' ''h li..hmli are working Krtst t it M "Hit! higher
students! through the Cojrlege of )known
Titles And Fencfr Posts! Lawn like Issuers everywhere They are Many go a
for less than $-00!
all large cities Agriculture
: holding meetings in
Benches, Art Work, braces of ] towns and) demand the dissolutionof a year The average\ between |:225: | Y
nny size I or design, Walks, Steps, I lank I the durna, the suppression of all and SfiOThe! price has been kept I Quantity and

Fish Ponds, Fountains etc liberal, organizations, and a still more down by the state, within reach of
Building Blocks Faced with., reactionary ru IIi net." the one gallus man. The Instruction I

Granite Coquina, Gravel or i I Another Petrograd paper reports has not been, sacrificed. The difference 'I "' t = of Pro-
that the war minister of the Czar recently in coat is in living expenses and fees v Quality
any other material. Call and see I asked the Holy Synod to decide The state furnishes board and room

!samples. I I whether Jews could become officers at cost. No tuition whatever .is
I or not. The decision was nega charged to agricultural 'students, .duction.--O.W. i

I live The Synod held that all officers There are no laboratory fees. In
Plans I and Estimates Made II I were required to attend certain relic- some institutions laboratory fee

ious ceremonies to which Jews could often amount to $50 or $75 n year |I Conner.
not Ie l admitted and that for thU A great many students earn their ,
I reason only' orthodox Russians hould way through& school, not for one ).(
I receive commission" but for four. Some work during& 'ar'l Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Convinced school' year and 1 others carp (' & grown overnight; It takes time Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

SWISS r.xrr.ics: rnssmcu u. s. during the Hummer to carry them
..Ye.." said the specialist us h.1 UNNKUTKAh I I.lJ'rlln. through/: the following winter
stood by the lick contractor, "1 cnncure I .
you." Two years ago In their advertising nnd by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHANURSERIES
"What will It cost" nuked the sick ELECTSOFFICERS : began to educate the public ns to what really constituted a real, first-class
man faintly. of the "ilerliner Tajreblatt" snys that
"Ninety-five dollars the attitude of the United States in nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

"You little,"will replied have tt.the shade contractor.your pricea "1 the present war In even more bitterly by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes DEMAND

got a better bid from the undertaker." criticised in Switzerland than in Germany The Orange County Medical Association !' trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-
The specialist stood pat on his price composed of physicians! of Orange *
istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
and his the
competitor pot job.
of the Swiss and Seminole counties, met
We are specialists (in our line of "Many newspapers are tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your I
branding the) enormous American Wednesday night and elected officersfor
work and conditions
sanitary prevail.It trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
will pay you to stay on the safe trade in arnn and ammunition as immoral the ensuing )'ear. Dr. Hasten It.
aide. and a crime against civilization Edwards, of this city, heads the organization interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

," the correspondent writes. "As for the coming >year; Dr. time and money to bring it into bearing. .

Orlando Switzerland is strictly neutral and O. J. Miller was elected vicepresident Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
does not furnish war material of any and Dr. Cassius Boone secre
you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
kind to one group of the belligerentsnor tary and treasurer.
Steam LaundryFRENCH the other, the citizens of the little A committee consisting of Dr!!. G. I proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

republic can not understand the U. Edwards; Sylvan McElroy atn\ I t Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

DRY CLEANFRSLAUNDERERS American kind of neutrality." T. A. Neal was appointed to make arrangements Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to, thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

for the annual banquet, work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 60 per cent can be obtained our
PHONE 8M'S. 1,000 JAPANESE UMM CANADIAN which I is, to be held the San Juan

I say, over the ordinary method of propagation What then Is the fifteen to thirty cents In
REGIMENT. hotel on the third Wednesday In January
comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for It.
Helen Graves Ottawa, Cnnndar regiment of
Cnnndlnn cltlnenn of Japanese birth IIAKIIEDVIIU: WH.I 1 ENCLOSE)

11111SIt! FACE: NI'I'l''t-AI.IST: U being formed for service In Europe: HOLLAND
(ten. Sum; Hughe, minister of mllltln, Ocklawaha Nurseries
Shampooing; Manicuring, Pnclal, : ,
nnnouwed today The government Amnterdanv=The newspaper! Mnns.\
Roily Massage and Scalp UpHtment,
I has net yt formally accepted' the (leak! says It I learns from Oldenxnnl,
given under l modern eclentifle prlncl
plea. My t rent menu have given satisfnctory offer of service. The plan contemplates Holland, that owing. to the increasing. 0. W. Conner. Proprietor Tangerine, Florida.
result Appointment ran I' the enlMment of 1.000 Japanese number of WAr prisoners! escaping
settlers! In British Columbia who the (lerman-Dutch} frontier the
bo made by phone No. 679 Hours 9 over
to 12 a.m.; 1 to 6 p.m.I'AIILORS. | have become naturalized citizens C German government intends to close i G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida
there. The entire regmient includ= the whole frontier with barbed wire.
*1 1Yowrll. ; Ing officers is to be Japanese.The .
Read the Morning :Sentinel! for the
Room No. 1 Orlando.Building Florida I want ad's the tnme. news. lOc. a week del+vered. U .+++. . . . . . . . . . .11.11. " " II 1111.11.-. . . II' i" II''HIM

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Price $6000

3i/2 ACRES

2 miles from Orlando, 31acres, 3 story house.

I Price $1500. '

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t Quarter mile from city limits, 8 acres truck land, 6 room new house, servants's house, barn, etc. .
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2 miles from Orlando, quarter mile from brick road, facing beautiful lake, 10 acres all cleared

and fenced 5 room house, barn, large chicken house, 100 young orange trees, good horse, bui'a'Y. .

a and harness.! Place stands present owner over$2800.00, to lift mortgage must sell by January eI

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CSrea.t Sa.le of \Noot Dress <3oodsWOOl.

() IILLyNN) (un()() ) TIth lut t t'unh\lnq l11.tiJtti""", In plain and fancy \\"tlintl""'. ltlfMtI Uf) NO, ,11 IOI) UIIiNN; f1001)dItw(} ) ) !t: iFP \\nntlttfful'ilhltlli! beautiful\ Tina of colaFaf1ulcy

mtktures t plaids and trh'tt' =large range tlf ttlhm and hhu'"!; '\ltft h alldt9 lend and 41 t)Ittli! tn !select from, and real)' worth up to t $lgi:. )tHlf choirs

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.t( Ready-to-wear f i/ft h lI 1 Shoe S .

I Garments \ epartment t ,

Suits, Dresses, Coats and Sweaters, the largest line and at
The newest thing in Ladies' Shoes and Gypsy Lace
the I lowest prices i in the city.
SHIRTS Hoots In Vehet. We have:: just received !some in brown and
We are making special low prices on all our line of blue

beautiful Head>'-to-Wear. All the late models. Prices toonumerous Patterns that will satisfy your particular longings in silk, You can't make any mistake in buying lace Hoots at
xllk mixtures, madras and percales. As fast us their colors this time; they are always' the best fitters' and at present
to mention. If you want a Dress just come and
will be their I demand I. they are the best nt>'le. Come In and nee the latest and best
look them OUT ; we will make the price to please you. McnV Department, center aisle wtjlcs' In footwear ,


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Comfort MillinerySale >

I j) Sale

IILANKKTHAW\\ ( ."i"Ire in while Jlrf\v and Inn, regular\ JIm: quality\ \ : : : : : : ,ppe Heautifully! \ \ Trimmed and VHtrimmed Hate! and ,-\\u10 Caps=wry! hat in the stock jn,
( i WOOL NAP HLANKKTfl) tall\ Mw" heavy weight' *hile, gray, tan, "lfi9 quality ,f''P' eluded! in this sale,
double bed! MP I white, and tan, 13,00 quality.91.49 l
ULANKKTU, I large gray
WOOL NAP $1,00 1'IhUlS ,, , ,, ,,, ,, , ,
'r ; t t t" t t t t t ,, ,,,, ., .HALF PRICE
WOOL- NAP" HLANKETS, beautiful' plain colors and fancy plaids I tOQ quality.' .2qa $1'3gJiVES " ,,,,,""""' '' ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,?,,. ALFHUCESALE SALE ,75IIlalUTlh'Ub ,50 i I Ie
ALL W0014111INtikT Urge site, heavy weight, asst, colors 150lli'bi:; ( .". .". .". ",ftt,",",," " " " "..". .". ..HALF HALF I'HICE SALE $100: )
?fi.98 quality . $-1.89 $0LVES: : .... .11. ."" "" ",.". ..".."..".".. ."..".."..".. .. . .HALF I'IUCE PIMPS' SALE $1,25
$ .50 'ALVES . .. ................t... ... .. ...... .. .IIALF SALE $1.50 (
$1.75 COMFORTS, covered with t l.lk 0 I' .,.,. $1,39 $;).00 VALUES . . .... .... ........ .. ..... ........ . PIIICE SALE $1'7--.
silkoline white cotton $1.69 $6 00 1':11.UES . . .. .... .......... ......... . . .nirIIAI.F PRICE SALE $2.'>0
$ :'S; COMFORTS top $7'50 V\iUES . .. .............. ... PRICE SALE $3.00
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$1.00 COMFORTS, silkoline top, silk boarder $-9 S $10.00 VALUES . .... .. .. .... ... ....... .. .IIAI F PRICE $3.75_
COMFORTS, silk top ... .. ...... . . . .. .. .... .... .. ...... ..... . .$3.9" $$15:00 I'J:00 \ALUth: . . . .IIAI $5.50 .. .. .. .....
VALUES ... .... .... ... .;; ... . .HALPPnirPQATP.
$9.00 COMFORTS, all pure silk $7.S9j cicnn. VALUES . . . .. .. ............ .?......?. HALF PRICE SALE $7.50$9.00 1?

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SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS especially welcomed. 1 Candy distribution to school. I
EXERCISES Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., The public, and especially strangerswho Ii
Owing to the sudden change in the pastor.Mr. I I love to hear children at their i The Voice Of

! weather late yesterday afternoon it Samuel A. Newell, superin- best as well as the congregation, are
Winter Park News was decided to hold the exercises of tendent of the Sunday school. I invited to attend and better get there : The People
the Methodist and Congregational Mr. George W. Phillips, director of early.
Sunday schools at the Congregational the choir. -0-
} j I church, instead of at the public Mr.Villiam Branch Jr., organist. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY I Tribute to Dr. Stagg
4 Christmas tree, as had at first been i Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Visit- ALLIANCENext Editor Sentinel:-In my youth it
3r planned.A ors' class in the church auditorium. Sunday, as usual, at 22 West was my rare good fortune to listen to
i Of Items
Daily Budget Concerning large crowd of scholars from Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. Pine street. Services as follows: I. Henry Ward Beecher, Theodore Cuy-

both schools attended the exercises. m. Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Preaching her, Phillips Brooks, and other notable
The Town And Rollins
; College The joint program of the two Sunday Morning Hour I' at 3 p. m. Rev. L. D. Burdick pulpit orators. In touching the
t r schools was well carried out, and Sermon: "The Wonderful Saviour" who is now supplying very acceptablythe gamut of human emotions Dr. J(( m
t proved very interesting to the visitors with the pastor in the pulpit. I' pulpit will be in his place. Come W. Stagg was second to none. Had
J COLLEGE PICNIC AT SIIAFER'S TOD.\rs SERVICES AT WINTER II :Music: Chorus anthem, Rejoice and hear him and I
and friends of the school present. bring the children i he chosen the North as his field of
, LANDINGA PARK CHURCHES I Greatly (J. C. Lerman). Solo, selected to the Bible school at 2 o'clock. I I labor none could have distanced him.
t jolly party of Rollins people left First Baptist Church POSTAL ACCOMMODATION I Miss Weeks. Ladies' chorus Prayer and testimony meeting every I, Perhaps his most fitting monument is
: the campus early yesterday morning, Rev. Kerr Boyce Tupper, D. D., will In order to accommodate the public Blessed Holy Night (J. Offenbach). Thursday evening, commencingat that engraved on the hearts of his acquaintances -
I and having loaded the boats and ,preach in the morning at 11 o'clock. Postmaster Denning opened the (. Evening Hour 7:30 o'clock. 'I' all over his beloved
canoes at the college boat house with !:The pastor will preach in the even- I local postoffice for a short time both j I, Sermon by Kerr Boyce Tupper, Southland.
E picnic provisions, pushed off for Sha- j ting j at 7 o'clock. morning and afternoon yesterday. ,ID. D., of Philadelphia; subject of ser- I For fine fruit cake and Christmas I O. P. NEWTON.Mr. .
r era Landing, where they enjoyed an Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m. The office was only required to be (mon, "Gates of Golden Opportunity"Music goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try I
all day outing. Young People's meeting at 6:15p. Processional, Joy to the some of our old fashioned
open one hour during the day, and j : genuine
( and Mrs. F. W.
F A breakfast at the m., will be led by Miss Marian :' I Genung
picnic prepared
\ Mr. Denning's willingness to accom-i World, the choir. Chorus, Christ the I fruit cake at 25c. and 40c. per pound.
g landing while members of the party I'j Eldredge': ; subject "China of Today." I' modate the patrons by opening at ,I.I New Born King (J. T. Wolcott), with 12-23-6tc arrived in the city and are again occupying -
their winter home East
gathered around the camp fire, was !IA missionary meeting. solo Mr. Wake -
Duet -
both hours was much appreciated by i!i parts by Curry. ---- --
Colonial Drive, where will
After breakfast I I, Miss Stiff, of Montana will sing at they spend
greatly enjoyed. World from Slumber : Neal '
(R. M. Room0.
the scores who crowded the windows 10 ) 3, Schultz Bldg.
the has been their custom
( season as
different the morning service. ',
tramping helpedto
games Mrs. Sawyer and Mr. Curry. Chorus,
pass the morning hours pleasantly. i j i Dr. Tupper's many friends in Win- to receive Christmas parcels. For Unto Us a Child Is Born (Alfred Dr. C. W. Fain during the past several years. Mr.
At noon the "eats" were unpacked ter Parak will be glad to welcome ,1 Wooler). DENTIST and :Mrs. Genung! are among the most
and being supplemented by hot coffee him back, for another winter, to the Dr. needs introduction i prominent of the regular winter residents
; !! A very delightful, Christmas eve I I Tupper no Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. of Orlando. They spent the
and other good things cooked over Southland, and will doubtless avail to Orlando. The general public will :
I'I I party was given Friday evening at WINTER PARK. FLA. at N. Y.
summer Waverly
the coals a real "spread" equal to the themselves of the opportunity to hear
I(I welcome another opportunity of hear.
. ''him Cloverleaf, and everybody on the I _ _n _ _
most elaborate Christmas dinner was today.A .ing this distinguished minister. Don't -- -- -
enjoyed. cordial welcome to all.Methodist campus attended. The party was a'fail hear his ,
1 I to great message' Sunday
! Owing to the high wind late in the - great success!, and the Cloverleaf i
I afternoon the canoes were abandoned Church girls and others who contributed to I II I I night" on "Gates of Golden Opportu.
I the affair deserve the thanks of both nity.
I and the party "hiked" back to Winter W. I.. Harze pastor. -0-
students and
: Park, arriving on the campus at sun- Sunday school. 10 a. m. I faculty CHRISTMAS EXERCISES: METHODIST .
; down. Mm. Edwards: who is upend Preaching at 11 a. m., by Uev.I .
! ing the holidays at Cloverleaf, chaperoned Shipley. Christmas sermon. WINTER: PARK NOTES: SUNDAY SCHOOLThe Christmas Suggestions '

the party for the day. I Vesper' services. at 7 p. m., conducted I I Methodist Sunday school will
I I the Ralph' Stiff, of Missoula Montana, hold ita annual Christmas service
f MANY DKUflHTFUL: ( CHRISTMAS Kpworth:by pastor.League devotional meeting I arrived In Winter Park Friday and is j Sunday night at 7 o'clock. The school KODAKS. $1.25 to $22.50 (new kind, Autojrrnphlc.)

f NNKit: PARTIES: YESTKKDAY on Wednesday at 7 p. m., led by visiting' hU mother and !!sister who i will assemble promptly and be seated THERMOS BOTTLES Carafes and Cases, $1.25 to $0.00.
I : I!Rev. I 1), A. .. are the guests' of his aunt Dr. and In reserved neat, In no far m pos CANn...: 25c. to $G.OO, Huylor'n, Nunnally', Page and
f Besides the usual family Christ.t -0- Mm. J. A. Trovllllon. !nible by classed. Shnw.

mae gathering, there were a number Congregational Church Program PERFUME: : ATOMIZERS.: $1.00 to $3.00.
k of specially enjoyable Chrlitmai dinner Sunday school 9:45: a. m. Andy Ahlk, Jr., made ti flying tripto Overture, Sunday school orchestra. FOUNTAIN .PENS: $1.00 to $15.00.
t parties her yesterday, I Preaching, 11 a. m. Subject of I Daytona Friday night, returning Song.Prayer..
i early Christmas morning with a new PARISIAN I'OUGOOns., Puff Boxes Brushes Combs,
I Dr and M,.. J. A. Trovllllon entertained I morning sermon, "Foundatloni.. .
r a few friend at dinner, (I Y. P. S. C. K.: 7 p. m. Mr.\ Roy Ilulck. Song., Hair Receivers, etc.
t among the number Wing Dr.) and Mrs. I, Lenfoiit' Ii the leader. Thin to bo followed Selection, orchestra. TRAVELING: ; CASES: QOc. to $3.00. for Indies and gentle

t C. T. DouKlaM, and Mrs. H. C Stiff, by a service appropriate. to At The ChurchesFIRST Cantata, "ChrUtmaa In Japan. men.
! Miss. Edith: Stiff and Ralph StilT. ChrUtmaa. Synopsis: The American children, CIGARS $1.00 to $5.00.
Mr. and M,... R. L. Betts entertained I Prayer meeting Wednesday night. I stranded in Japan at Christmas time,
I the former1 brother and family -0.I .- HAPTIST CHURCH 'seek entertainment by going to the
\ (from Sanford, at Christmas din. I I All Saint Church Dr. Tupper at evening service. I Japanese cherry blossom festival The
ner. I 10 a. m. Holy Communion. Ever welcome to this temple of I{'Japanese children try to teach the ATMcELROY'S
; Those members of the Cloverleaf I 11 a. m. Morning Prayer, with ser worship are you, your family and American children to act as they do,
house party who did not join the pier mon. your friends. We want you to participate and tell them a fairy tale; in return PHARMACY
nickers enjoyed their Christmas din. |I Seats free. A welcome for strang& in all our religious services i.I the American children describe the
( ner in the cosily arranged dining& era and varied activities. Make yourself' Christian celebration. With the exception -
! room at the dormitory, those present known to the pastor and his assistants of two songs this cantata is
[ being Mrs. Patterson, Dean Ferguson, Miss Llewellyn Bradshaw arrivedin in church and Sunday school and entirely original. .
Mrs. Powers, Miss Rose Powers, Miss Winter Park yesterday afternoon get right near the Baptist temple Collection.
t Wilde, and Professor Hiram Powers. from North Carolina. hearthstone. Visitors and strangers\ Selection, orchestra.

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' December 21, 1915 $625,187.31 t ':'.; ._ /,,' :. . December' 1915. . . 2,853 ; : ;. :; December 21, 1915 $798.816.96

i December 21, 1912 92276.13 f' December 21, 1912 . . . ..428 " .1.. 1 ..' :r 1 a December 21, 1912 177.266.71

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: Increase $ 532911.18 ;! J" 566 per cent i $621,550.25

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.'_-" - At the close of the third year of the present management of this
institution, the officers and directors desire to publically express
START 1916 RIGHT their appreciation of the confidence, friendship and patronage FOR 1916 BE PATRIOTIC
Bank with that has enabled it to Bank with
Increase its assets over half a million dollars.
The NATIONAL Bank More than double its surplus and undivided profits. The NATIONAL Bank

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

, further the welfare of the comunity by the purchase and dis- .
; tribution of approximately $350,000 of Orlando and Orange

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











II-I I -- (Matt&fl nritty ]I TWENTY-FIFTH A Mr.very and pretty Mrs. George surprise WEDDING McCullough was ANMVERSARY givento ., Favorite I 1iI- - -"GET IT AT ALLEN'S"- 0 1:1 Ci1'"

of Amelia avenue, Thursday evening
I Gaumont. "A Man and the Law. i
LETTER ROM WINTER GARDEN MEKUCES AT ROMAN CATHOLIC by their many friends, the occasion A drama in two parts, featuring Her -
Editor Florida Good Newst-We I i CHURCHESTERDAY being the twenty-fifth\ anniversary of bert Miles and Edna; Pn>ne. D II
their wedding day In the afternoon I Than OUser. "A Message of Glad'
wish to write yo i about an Interest j|.I Christmas day, that day on which hell!!." ,
Ing nftethoon several' representative! the church annually commemorates they were cordially invited to attend Cub Comedy. "Mliklt\ Matter v
bt bur Winter Garden W. C. T U. :I the birth of liod the Bon incarnate, whist party to be held in the pretty Wor e." Featuring hen, they, the
home of Mr. and Mrs. | great comedian,
peht menlly at the primary .whoa!* II fetid thankfully adores Him{ aa the On entering the drtdr Henry found Green the Four good reels", of Mutual l movies.
house I.a at year we presented the Saviour{ of mankind, service was held they Five tents to alt. .
,hi,h, nchool' with a "Compendium of bll follows! room most brilliantly lighted and 1' ll ti act

Twnperanee Truth," and instituted I MIIIIII, I 5 a. JH.J; Mai, 7:30:: a. ni., and handsomely decorated with holly, wl*. On Friday nik'ht{ at the HaptUt parsonage fi
tiptoe and Christmas bell
and the
one prise essay competition.! ThU High h MUll and termun, 10 a. m, I & at 7UO:: o'clock, Mr. John
of the
sweet wedding
year we with to circulate temperance llenedk'tUm of the lleed) Sacrament peals march by (Golden, ef Dajtena, and Miss Emma
the master hand of Mi: Alice
a Peck
in that school and have the after Mass
wan immediately
papers I i Thomas, of Tavarea, were united in
teachers ro=operate with \III l at )HQatlwhC'1{ Mass in V, with the and about fortyfl\e nd.* standing, "I marriage by Rev Kdw T. Poulson: oi
year wo presented a Urge framed! picture I Adeete! of Novello, WAil the music of with the glad' hand: extended: Then ':pastor of the Baptist church,
and not till then did: It dawn i TUB BEST GIFTS ON THE TREE will be
articles of
the High Mass and Jewelry
of Frances Wrtlard; to the primary ; was rendered by
school Then a few days ago, Mrs W. 1". Aldredge bliss Ella Spell. them that twentyftNe years of sunshine I At the Meth-: church tonightthe from this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose
we cent word to the teacher that a man, Mr Yearby, Mr. Cestm Lawton, and showers, joys and pleas primary)' and intermediate Bible jour gifts and let ua lay them aside for you
urea, though touched at times with
number of us would call the follow and a chorus.1I.tCIlEL01t. classes will Christmas
ing afternoon bringing a Ft ill a whichwe -.0- pain, had flitted by. To say they ,tata. The present Sunday a school orchestra can.
were surprised but mildly expressesit. CO.
wished to presen t to the school. GIRLS GUESTS Or I will furnish music.
We did so, and our prseldent talkedto MRS. HEWITT When quiet was restored, they -0--.
the children on the subject of the The Bachelor Girls were given a were requested by Dr. Thos. Noble Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ib Ja
liible and the joys of studying and pretty party Thursday by Mrs. Loui (h-m-m!) to stand and clasp hands, Colonial Drive, entertained Kingsley Rev ,and on ==01:1. .

following its teachings in childhood, y T. Hewitt at her home on Lake Char. and a beautifuf' ceremony in the i Mrs. Edw. T. Poulson and daughter,
etc. The teacher thanked us kindly :okee, and Misses Jean Person, Lillian Scotch dialect was performed to the Janet, at Christmas dinner yesterday.
for our thought and we felt sure she Smith, Vila Miller, Norman and Lucy delight of all present. The doctor i PREPARING FOR
would do her part in making it a part I Gage and Elizabeth Branham were then escorted the happy couple and CHRISTMAS NOw
of the daily lesson of the children her gue ts. The afternoon was spent their friends to the back parlor wherea I I"
.1. A little touch of paint here and there
Miss Page is a splendid! teacher, and! ,in needlework and at 5 o'clock, Airs table laden with expressions of love I + .c will put the house in shape for the
the has such talent for making things Hewitt' mother, Mrs. Kate Wright, I and true friendship was disclosed. I GRANDMONDAY J, I holiday season Let us fill your
interesting to the little ones that we I ttsttfoted her in the serving of a tempt Returning to the parlor, the even. wants in the paint line. We handle
feel well repaid for our efforts, for ing salad course. The Bachelor Girla log was given over to short talks, -, only with! pure goods and can provide you
we know that she will ta true to her meet with Miss Jean Person on stories, jokes, music, etc., and at a every goes with requirement.>> everything Our wo guarantee sell..
trust Thursday of next week: 'later hour a buffet luncheon wan -
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Winter harden W. C. T U. -0- served, after which the beautiful wed.

-0- HKUKKAIIH; ; ADOPT KKSOLUTIONH ; dine rake, made and decorated by the OrlandoPaint & Wall Paper ft

TIII: OIISKRVANCE OF CHRISTMAH OF CONDOLENCE artist, baker, Mr.\ (Harry Lake/ wait 205 S. Orange Avenue
Resolution of sympathy and con rut and served and the bride and -

Christmas was observed yesterday dolence were adopted by Rebekah groom and the guests dispersed amid COLEMAN & IUIAN Phone 261
Lodge No. 12, Thursday night, showers of rice to think of days agone
Very quietly in Orlando. Scored of upon George Klelne present
homes were saddened by the untimely the death of Dr. John W. Stagg.0 and to happy dreams.
Those present! were Mr. and Mrs.
deaths of -
beloved Orlando
many IRENE
SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST Henry Green, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
people. Yet the spirit of thankfulness
was apparent, and while the wish The Baptist Sunday school will hold Green, Miss Maud Rossiter, Miss Five-Part ? CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Alice Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mr. a
for a Merry Christmas was somewhat its Christmas entertainment tomorrow
and Mrs. Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
out of harmony with events, cordial evening, and on Tuesday the
Palen Mr. and Mrs. "THE GREEN CLOAK"A
Emory Hodge,
and warm greetings for a Happy I children of St. Luke's Sunday school 1 DIRECTORAND
Mr. and Mrs. LeFevre, Mr. and :Mrs.
New Year were in evidence. There will present a playlet "The Star of
Chas. Niles Mm. Emily Gillett Mrs. charming, convincing and In-
were many family dinners yesterday Bethlehem. The primary Sunday EMBALMER
S. R.
Barney, Mrs. Wm.
and to chronicle all of them would be :school pupils of the Presbyterian Chadwick
Mrs. Chas. Whittier, Mrs. A. F. New- tensely interesting mystery ....-
next to impossible. The afternoon'I church will hold a Christmas enter
kirk Mrs. Eliza McBride, Mrs.
being warm and sunshiny hundredsof I tainment in the lecture room Tuesday I \ story
Naylor, Miss Ella All calls answered
motorists took advantage of the'I afternoon. McMullen, Mr. Promptly Day
Uriah Seeley Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II.
climatic conditions and motored
throughout the county. Business was Mr. LeRoy B. Giles departed early MeCullouph and daughter.0 I or Night. Hand Block. I .

at a standstill and there were comparatively Friday( morning for Fort George, -
few people on the streets. 'where he will join Mrs. Giles who i is There will be a meeting of the Civic lOc. Orlando Florida.
Aftel the rush of League Monday. This is a regular 15c.MONDAY ,
Christmas buyingit I spending the Christmas season wither h I
was good to enjoy a day of rest. I parents at that place. session and all members are urged to PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPHONE 457, I
be present. At 3 o'clock the executive

board will meet and at .3:30: the
MMMMMMMMIROADSTERS meeting will follow. ,

TUflUCfRNj[ iiillllllililililii . . . . . . . . MIIMilillMM*
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S. h On account of the sad. news of + "'"WEDNESDAYAnother ,,

It Dr. HIMR'A death and of the + .
>' tragic death. of one of the h*. + ,
I'I'S. t loved member of our church, 4h -

Mr. James Msgrudcr, Dr. Me +

K Connell will change his morning + ]Pig Vaudervllle Treat!
r theme to one more calculated to +

K bring comfort and coasolatlon; 4 SANDER'S ONE.RING CIRCUS CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
> Th Love That Won't Ut Go." +

K There will be an appreciation + AND POSING DOG.

h service to the memory of Dr .4K . .. Loans Real Estate
Stag in the First Presbyterian + This act is worth the price of :
.church Sabbath afternoon at 3:30 + .
> o'clock. This service will be con. + admission, but you get it for : Rentals
> ducted .
by the Church Session
nothing in conjunction with the
h and the pastors of the different +
h churches, and a number of they + usual run of good pictures.5c :
prominent men will participate
+ in the service. + j

> There will be no evening s.r. + .


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credited as the highest authority in the matter of wedding forms. ,. T
N f 210 S. Orange Ave. ;
Inquiries come to this house from all over the United States for the .
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PHONE 56 : proper way of announcing some social function and advice is freely '

: given. If there is a marriage, or a reception or any social affair to yY '' K /

be announced in your family,write to this establishment-we mean ? / _

J. P. Stevens Engraving Co.. 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. and .

samples will be tent free of charge; in a sealed' envelope. t ii

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This Entire Building Occupied by the J. P. Steven
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FOR SALE A I'tiAgANIM' ; tttAlt Add) \tt1Hdtifl, Uhly \the fall bffriHilly the \\'tHlUtU: IAltl'INl( !:t
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TO l1ffLti AN WPAtII \\IHlhrt Hwjf HHHi fcbttittH .HhtJ : 8f 1 $: *&\\A hats! hbthVBN yEkb5EHIH i NEw.l (MflMH: *,-OH!) lhfUY: W lHtF: '

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1.Uhlf 8f li ItHHfflli, lirllltNitM PIhaIIHffI'HFFht t IMF? HHtl Hill "d-lfk I FHHiffi !!" et! ---------- HiMF t'hNMI H MlRi li -FNRHtlt IMtlf!
*:(hFftfeiiiflfHl r i ItkFllYHFt1l ( MiHUHfH! : I'MFBVIft' rt (frtFmeF Hf NO IfIIM AM IlatitiUii1Whseltng \ llt+Fy : + It. kRHWR MrlV( t tIrt that. tlsFyi114 '
HtaUt M0 fruit+i HttJi: hHmH, JiftlF:, U.ijfI, Thss' 1fFIj4h.' $4 t= _ I ;riot jri11H4 J t lip+ F( 'lhfFPt; | within! I F. 0 B DETROIT
FpnaitIY 141in\ Mann: 'lt,1A t lnll>E wets: tint PnMMifrl\ : in 1 I&MJ' uml' rem W VI4.-The F !lF93difp 4 of1h14 tjni'fi' m cantPany, bifl "AliH
? : 1 Only. lit" W IAf i trAm 'Inke,4 printed {MM F.y. the friwh: writer: itlte;4 tlf< : l4n in tiirixt i F in the In-I Ihnr: tin t t4 1>r R little. tq the f nswiPaP5r i

fQfffl: f4ifh} idsel' 'location' I I ,lndrs HiHr, in r i u book, "f' ,s Tr? gtun foresnsnt! pf the state prr.hiltHi4n. nsn, WP Mara\ t been ftppowted:! l distributors fpr central\' !
Inquire .. "1MH. hrnsxtine: ht h arw. tdilt I3nl*" (Tits psrbtan TraBedyl... |laws odqy EnjomM: by the fP4Hi "Yf, sir, this H pne day .that Mrs' Florida' for this WPwJerfHl' p frVp win!l I tH\V\ in two carloads \ 1
|'AftlBHt| Mn'r, I I Matlhasus 'i'etroic, who was consi frpn I hauling }ntQP4nt| into the \Vatteoon an'i| myself intend tfl he Before January, 1st, anti) want everybody in Orlando' 1
a West Ptne bt. lI k rc lt I ft |
--- .. ; neighbors, and w very wise: man "by I the railroads go a step further fifty years and we are roundingit the price, Equipped with TimnRw axles and bearings T
F |others, Has selling cattle\ on the 1114rIket and refuse to carry liquor! brought out by talking it over between f>ur-j throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine 'leather .,

I place at Usice on JUne U, J803.'Suddenly by a passenger as personal baggage, selves. upholstery and all refinements of a 2000.00 automobile
SpirellaCorsets 'I he fell into a trance. UaUing which is not a violation of the law I "There is no secret about happiness I II Let us give you a demonstration Carload of the famous
the railroads wilt determine if in married life !Mrs. Wutterson has
his and to the HOW
arms pomtnig I I II Ueo Six's to arrive this week. You are Invited to ride
north he shouted: a passenger has liquor in his bag always let me al nand I halet
I I In them also. For high class, long life and hard work )
has not !been decided The law her alone \\hen she saw I needed
Not sold in stores) Le to us! Assassin are murdering gage l I Rco and Saxon.PALMS.
our great, beloved prince! declares that all liquor brought into help she asked me how .she could aid ij
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Wear a Corset made to fit you. Curse on the miserable criminals! the state must be labelled! but this me, and did 1 it. When she was not I '
Ask for a demonstration.Send Their knives and sabres are ruttingthe hUll been violated generally.l exactly satisfied! about anything, I

postcard to l body of our prince to pieces! I, Just asked her if I could help her. I IThllt'll j
AUTO CO.Distributors ,
Mrs. Van Buskirk Woe! WoeW! The prince Is '! 731 ENEMY: : SHIPS:, i UtHTUO\'IW: < ; nil. I .
)Irll. Watterson and tookan
The shouts of the old! farmer throw I.S: CLAIM IH MF.IU.IN myself 1
Cornet' Icrc early dinner with of
one our
the multitude 'on the Into
square a ) for i
.108 Magnolia Ave Orlando panic and several policemen grabbed Berlin "It ,is. stated competent I friends.'' Tonight we snenked off 'to'l Heo: and I Saxon Automobiles. ;
him to him before maglsdate. 1 B restaurant t that I have discoveredIn j
carry a Germany authority, Maya the Over w
t" A few hours Inter it dUpntrh New Orleans that .serves the I bentfood ( i iI N. Orange Ave. Phone 400 ;
Oakland Six, $ti75 I1. 0. 11. Orlando. mm News! Agency, "that since (lie ;
In the world I nm not goingto
from IMgradd brought the of ,
news beginning/ of the war to the end of I I
the murder of 1'rlnco Michael Obrenovlc \ tell the name of the plttce, becauseIf 1
I November 'tort, 711:) enemy' ships, withA : 1j
HI. In the of The I do It will soon be ruined by a
park Topelder.
tonnnge of 1,117,028 ton, were I j
1 of tourists. and local food! lov-
farmer wan arrested an a supposed Of there, 6C.M, with 1,0"),- gong! ."! j
conspirator l but he quickly proved 4J!):! tons, were destroyed! by oubmn- ,cra I !

,. his innocence. After his dischargethe / tine, and 01: with 04,709 tone, by I'
s..eq..H..o. eeer was taken to Belgrade and mines.! $2VOOO: ) () DONATED: TO HTM) TO
questioned by high officials During "Of the ships destroyed, fi24 with INCREASE:' GEUMAN THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE I
"Oakland cars are sold everywhere"JONES his examination he fell into a trance 1,211,944: tons were British which II FAMILIES: SPRINGS, FLORIDA

--- --- ---- I again/ and he said: means a Ions of f 9 per cent of the t.ondon.-A dispatch! from Berne to NOW OPEN
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I "I see our new prince wearing the "
GOES JUST THE SAME, total British tonnage.
crown of a king, but he is an unhappyman the Morning Post says that in pursuance Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando, j
of the general desire in Ger and see the "Beauty spot of all Honda. Delightful hotel with
and will die young far from his FOR SALE CHEAP many to encourage large families a every modern improvement. 600 feet of broad piazzas, overlookingtwo
West Bound-Read Downa. : wife and his child, after losing his citizen of has lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis !
.m. a.m. p. m throne. lie will be followed by his I 70 acres virgin pine land, just off Duesaeldorg just pre. Koque, Howling on the green, Billiard and Pool Hall, Bowling Alleys J i
Orlando 6:30 10:15: 3:00 who will die Before brick: road and fronting for half a Rented the Aegierungspresident with Boats, Orange Grove all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
Ocoee 7:30 11:15: 4:00: lion very young. l I mile on the southeast! side! of a beau $25,000, the interest on which after shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location delightful .
Winter Garden .. 7:45: 11:30: 4:15: his death this young king will talk tiful lake, not far from Orlando. $75 April 1 is to be used to reward the patronage and social life (Good orchestra), Excellence of
Oakland 8:00 4:30: through the air from Nish and Pi rot I land at $::10 per acre for an immediate cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
mothers of families of not less than
East Bound-Head Up to Belgrade. He will be the last one buyer.. Address Box C4C, NOW. GEO.; E. HATES & SON, Owner and Proprletera.
Orlando -9:.10 laO: 0:00: of his family."After 112-18-Gte four healthy children
Ocoee 8:10: 12:30 6:00
Winter Garden .'. 8:15: 12:15: 4:45 his death Serbia will be
Oakland _____Fare 8:00: 4:3(1: ( ruled by another family for a short I
time, but without luck. Great battles
Orlnndo to- Straight Hound I I
Ocoee .-_.r.fic. $1.00 will be fought. and the countrywill Yancey Meat Market Inc.
Winter (Garden x..6bc. 1.20 run with blood. Strangers will The Longwood Hotel
Oakland .....7fic. 1.40 lake prtMoxlon. of our land and those i FULLY PAID UP
Children. under 12, hnlt fnrp. Mill living will the dend. Thesedark / .

toad Will for pick A you rents up n anywhere mile.V on@ l buy the days, .shall envy puss, however" and. T. A. YANCEY, Jr., pies end MBr. Upon under new niiuinKoinont t. Spi'clnl' attention

nhyihlne ntul everything& and ih nil fltmHv Feil-lu will Hue. t' hew flory ORLANDO, FLORIDA Jth''n to auto IInrlll'A.

kliuU\ of ttiMMKrft fur JMU.VP Imve" Mitt tiflppln"|*." I tulles 2.00 and American 11t'clnt rated by (the
fid* rnrft.. ntul will tusks Mirrt ltlpsrtpr | Wholesale ntul Hctail Dealer in Choice $ Ui)',
'I his, lISA nlmnst HilllflrItHitlttt
|nit effuse "I'> n r. more fitrm.ill . i I |irtiiheey| \seck (hinntlh
A "'ft tit .reitU foe cult tsAPAt tilts 11m fit!I11Pf tll"IIIt'I.,11. I Florida and Western MeatHAlU ,
ithtf( tidie.M I"t ttn \(II Iris. HlllttMt| | tit hrht! 'Hilt 1 Nllt 1 I.., Ulit I Lllt'i1ttttt( hi l> ilmtdt lint, hail U In 'Miff (Unit ftallilallfi\ (lid t-leVftU"li! tif' f etlilrt l kt1 t "tf, II?''f4II.. ""uulltYJtlll"' fl"f' flitliit', It(It'. 1) Ai MlDUIittY, i11ut'1

t'''t'SWtW? tI.I\FI\ l'IldHd) oho WINS, I I the (rtiik ht rt "illlflltjltt), iris fllnllprtllttllftlld IJjul.1 AlU HUSH ta HsOl, >Hrf 6m, ef' f8WR OdtrePb0Nt
,! +I sally llPrtlll(!! (Ilf fuFIHCF hllttfMllrtfli
I his ifllIt+hm of (the ttlpldlMlie t l i haIA'" In P,Lwh iilliftuilluu --
i I tf @SF. Of')" ifill fhllffh II,
HIP mUftttJf of I Ihtt tmitiifttl King Aii ; Ads Get Rc ult.STLTDEJJ3.A.
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In Effect December 23, 1915 .

Parcel and Express Delivery. Bus Leaves Orlando Bank & Trust Co. Building on Schedule Time


RFareound FinCent Fare Between All Sundays and Holidays Only. t.t
Northbound (A. l\I.IA.l\r.\A.l\I.\e.\ \ l\I.IP. 1\1.\\ One Stations.: Northbound b1.iP.bf. .

.L'--. Orlando-. .-. . .-. . -: 8:20'11 15 :30T:50 \'sa y i Trip IP. '
a. Lake Ivanho . . . 6:25 8:2511:50 4:35 9:55 5e lOc Round trip t' k e t souse d Lv. Orlando I . " " " " : 4:00: 1

aa Formosa . . . . . 630, 8:301,11.55 4:40110:00, lOc I 18e date issued. .. Lake Ivanho . . . . . . . . .\\1215\\ 4:0a "
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a. Palmetto . . . . . .\ 6:3518:35112:0014:45110:05 15c 1 27c Children under 5 years of age Formosa .112..2514:10)
at Winter Park . . . . 6:401 : 4:50.10:10 15e I 30c earned In arm, Free. .a Palmetto . . . . . . . . . . 12:32: 4:15: I

Seminole Hotel . . .. . .1.I 8:40:12:051. ./12:10 4:55 . . 20c I 35c Children 5 years of age and un .". Winter Park . . . . . . . . 12:3a: 4:20: I
Seminole Hotel . . . . . .
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'I der 12. Half Fare. : 4:25aa
Maitland Inn . . . 6:45 8-1512:15: 5:0010:15 20c ,35e
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/ Maitland Inn . . .
Maitland . . . . . . :508'50112.20\ : 5'0510'20 25c 45e Children 12 years of age and .. 12:45: 4:3:
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.4 Lake Faith . . . . .6:551! 8:5512:251: : 5:10'10:25'30e I 5Se over, Full Fare. Maitland . .12:50:: 4:3:: ;)
,. "Lake Faith . . . . . . . . .
Ar. Altamonte 4:40 .
Hotel . 5:1510:30 .
7:001; : : : 35c 60c
50 5 cent Tickets good between ..12.55: :
A' Altamonte }tote! . . . . . . :
(II I.\ I\ I' Sat, I all Stations. $2.25. ,

- __= _ -I i c!nly__ :___ _ 100 Scent Tlcket, good be
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TT T I }" fT"mtwten all stations! $1.50

Southbound A. fits A.1 M.ll+ ). M.lr. M. One I Round We han come to stay. out un . fi..

:;.. : Altamonte lIut.l . : '7-.93:: !f: 5rr: 5rlriU 1Vay_ Trip '\'e solicit your patronage r Lv. Altamunte I otc .. . . : :

bake Faith . II. . . ..7:10: 9:20: 2:00: 5:20: g uc- - Lake Faith . . . .. . . 9:3: 3:05: 4'55
Mnltlnnd . . . . .! 7S: $ 9125: / 2:05: 5:25: 10e IRe Orlando Hank & Trust Co., 'np. Mnltlnnd . . . . . . . .4:403:10: : 5:00:
MaitlAnd Inn . . . 7:50: 9SOT:: 2:10: 5:30:: 15c I 27c ItAI and surplus 14000000. MAitlAnd Inn . . .. . . 9U: 3U: 5:05:

5'.. Seminole Hotel . . .. . .1:: / 2:15: 20c 35c Largest and strongest lank In Seminole hotel . . . .0:55: :3:20 I: . .
Wlntr Park . . . . 7:55: 9:10: 2:20: 5:55: 20c 35" Orange Count)'. 4 per tent paid Winter Park . . II. . . : 3:25: 3U:

5' Palmetto . . . II. . 8:00: 9:15 2:25: 5-0: & 25c .aSc: on Savings Accounts Palmetto . . . . II. 10:05: 3:30 3:20
.5 Formosa II II. . II. 8:05: 9S0: 2:30 5.U: 2Sc: .aSc: \0 solicit your patronage U Formosa . . . . II II '.10U 3:3S: 5:25:
5' Lake IvRnho . . . .. 8:101! 9SS1: : 2:351 1 5:1')0') 30c S5c: We make R lilpednltyol handling. Lake Ivanho . . .. . . .10:20 30 5:30:

Ar. Orlando . . . . . . 8U10:00: !. : 2-01: & 5:55') : ') 3 e'I 60c tourists Recounts Ar. Orlando . . . . II. . . 10:2: 3:45 5:35

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Howaed'a Studio on the Avenue, BELOVED BY ALL i SERB BOMBS
, wishes to thank you very kindly for An adding machine .is a common 1
B/ the Rer. Edw. T. PouUon, Pastor
responding BO generously to the rail :
for babies for the fair exhibit. You Baptist ChurchIt night in any office nowadays, but to Chlca .-The New correspondent
have done fin*. You have loaded the in A cable from Rome, describes the
\la both peasant and sorrowful nee a machine that keep the book,
studio up no that It will take until to recall the friends and comrade use of bomb by the Serb in a night PRACTICAL XMAS GIFTSANSCO
| all the entries of both debit
the week after Christmas to get printing
whom we have known and loved and battle with the Bulgarian In the
ready for more Plisse do not bring who have mused over into the Great and credit and striking balances lm- shadow of the Montenegrin! Alp' a*
ballet for the fair until the
Beyond where live the freer,
wednenday after Chrintmas. and then nobler( and unfading they life untram. I ply by pressing a button, II I Indeed an I follow:

we will he )glad to run the free prop- melled by the limitation of a frail ,Innovation but one that U employedIn I "The Serb produced their most CAMERASHAWKEYE:\
./ option for a short time longer. Due .body. But that they continue to live prized and most terrible weapon. It
notice will be given. here and now in the Urge. and hallowed this Institution. I I was the same weapon which kindled CAMERAS .
1 influence which emanate from In the mailing department there ,
their live and charactera and which the park of war when it was hurled CAMERA ALBUMS
, will go on to brighten and bles the are typewriters that add and cub- against Archduke Ferdinand-a bomb
IIII I I 11 Il IlI world none of ua can have a single tract, and machines that write a'i j I manufactured in the Serb arsenal at I CAMERA FILMS
I I doubt. Lo, they are not dead, for
their work and blessed influences many typewritten letters as one wish. Kraguyevatz. Imagine a steel brass CAMERA CARDS
I?I I I I II shall live on after them. Among es to produce by merely turning a I capped case filled with explosive gelatin

I these blessed ones who have laid crank, and then there is an address. I the whole weighing five pounds, FILMS DEVELOPED

will down go their on-our labors-beloved but whose work'l'I ing machine that will address hun- i one or more of which, sewed in leather THERMOS BOTTLES

INVESTMENTS I brother, Dr. John W. Stagg, ,. dreds of envelopes to different people cases were attached to the belt of '
I numbered. in just a few minutes. every Serb soldier. I: FOUNTAIN PENS

INCOME<< INVESTMENTS I Not only the First Presbyterian I I The arrangement of this banking I "The effect of these bombs is ter- SAFETY RAZORS
; church of this city but the cause of '
YIELDING AGUARANTEEDNET I truth and righteousness in his entire !room is different from the ordinary rific. The soldier, sheltered behind a

INCOIR. community will sadly miss this gen- country bank, as the cashier and his tree or rock pile, unscrews the bomb's CHRISTMAS BOXES OF CIGARS

tle, noble, modest man. His faith in] assistants are grouped'upon one side cap, strikes the trigger hard against '
BUILDING ") ATERIALS.w. God was as simple as that of a child, of the room, in ample quarters, where I a tree, holds the bomb to his side, CHRISTMAS BOXES OF JOHNSON'S MILWAUKEE -
yet it bore the marks of greatness,
veil ...everything build a sustained energy, and contagious effect .'customers may sit down and wait counts three and swings,his arm for- CANDIESLUCfRNf

house and in buying all your upon others-men of all faiths i| their turn, if the person they wish to ward, back once more and then he '
material from one firm you loved and believed in him. He was talk with is busy. hurls his missile. The bombs do ter-
save the cash discount. scholarly and brilliant, and an unusually -|' In tible execution."
the commercial
clear and fluent speaker, always i| department there
PLANS AND knowing how to hold and help his j are two tellers' windows, and then in

ESTIMATES FURNISHED audiences. But perhaps one of the j I I the savings department there is not PRICES HIGHER IN TURKEY E PHARMACYPHONE
highest tributes that can be paid to
:only a teller's window buta
sssssssssssssssDR. Dr. John \V. Stagg is in the outstanding I separate ,
and significant fact that those r separate cape.: The window at this : Paris.-The opening of railroad '
who knew him best loved him most cage is much lower than the others, communication from Turkey to Aus- .
devotedly and believed in him most :;i so' that children will have no difficulty tria and Germany has resulted in a 2. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS

thoroughly.Yes, he has gone beyond our earthly I.in making their deposits, and a chair considerable increase in the prices of When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug Store.
J.j M. MASTERS sight! But as we think of the fel- is conveniently placed so that the ladies necesharies of life in Turkey, saysa
lowships and greetings of thousands i can sit their and see their money Havas dispatch from Athens. Turk- :

GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort whom awhile he had loved long with Since and ''counted, and the entry made upon ish women have organized meetings .!..!! MMfMM- Hi 1t . . 11 iMt M tMMMM_ IM Mt . .
lost ; as we try our poor
imagination to picture the astonished their books if they so desire. of protest in Constantinople, which, .IMMttMMMMMMMftMIIMMttMtMMIIIIIMMMMSTART -
Orange, reverence and the deep delight of his i' Three years ago the bank had a the dispatch adds, were dispersed by
ransomed soul as he saw the face of 1 total of thirty-four safety deposit troops. :
his Lord and Redeemer in whom he' .
had trust and whom he loved boxes-most of them vacant. At the .
Devoted to treatment, Nose, our sorrow be assuaged and may may his i I time they moved into their present CHRISTMAS PROGRAM FOR THE NEW

bereaved loved ones be comforted. quarters they installed a separate NEXT WEEK :
Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor
I vault and placed therein 200 safety Monday evening the Winter Park :

scientific and successful NOT ENOUGH MEN TO GUARD 'deposit boxes. This department has Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls or- YEAR RIGHT '

treatment. NAVY YARDS I'grown so rapidly that they have been ganizations will hold their Christmas

Washington, D. C.-Officials of I compelled to order 200 additional exercises at the public Christmastree.

both the and boxes. None of these can be opened Tuesday the Winter Park band
--------- -- -- war navy departments
Oakland Six. $875 F. O. B. Orlando. are expressing some concern over the I unless two parties are presentonethe will give a special concert. Friday a By trading at the only exclusive -

inadequacy of the forces available at i owner of the box and the other a community sing will be held under the

present to guard navy yards, arsenals I representative of the bank-and some auspices of the Woman's Club. Sat- Cigar Store. in
and other points where military of them will\ be arranged so that it urday the College people will rendera

o and naval equipment is manufactured will require three keys which is an special program.
I Orlando.
or. stored in large quantities. innovation here. I .

-3ewe..,a-O.k With a large portion of the marine The safety deposit department is SENDING OUT PRETTY CHRISTMAS
corps either in Hayti or on board ship upon the mezzanine floor and thereare I CARDS

"Oakland can are sold everywhere. off the Mexican coast waiting for booths furnished with desks and I "Your business is appreciated may
events, and with the bulk of the Rl0l chairs and curtains that can be pulled we continue to enjoy game is our

ile army on the Mexican border, the down, so that there will be absolute wish with the season' greetings.
W. T. ENTRICAN guards on important posts are said to privacy, but rood ventilation. South Florida Foundry and Machine STORE

LICENSED CONTRACTORfor be hardly one-quarter a* strong a* This floor also furnishes a very at. Work, Orlando Flo.

they should be. Nor ha* the fleet any tractive lounging place, trying a clear 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. D. EvansMIMMMMIIMIIMIIIIHIIIMMIMIIMIIIMIMMMI
bluejacket to spare, for many shipsare view of the entire working force of THK ST. JAMES COS West street.
PAINTINO. DECORATING ETC now in reserve for want of men the bank and also out on to the bu.l.nellt Room I3.0 per week. Spick and
spnn. But a step to everything.
Phone 217. which should be in full commission. thoroughfare. 12-10-Ct

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Xmas Greetings

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This Is our Christmas greetings and we want to take this occasion to wish you a thoroughly *

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

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. .
While other stores were feeling the depression very seriously earlier in the year,-We were

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

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

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

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 reliabilityis

founded on solid rock. ,a .

May your New Year Be The Best EverOsar '

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I For One Day RATES__-. 25< SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For Six aeonthT. 75e
For Three; Day ___-_= 5 ec For .D)1 :::_$ .50 '

FOR RENT-Attractive business
room. See H. R. Berry, at the Ford !
Garage. 11-11-tf j I H R. BERRY

room. First Methodist church; tele- --
phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson
street. 10-20-tfc A complete line of Ford Accessories -

FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- ; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALE
nished rooms with private family,
to render satisfaction in all
close in. 302 North range avenue.
12-12-tfc Just
lines, of Automobile Repair

FOR RENT-Pleasant, comfortablerooms
for light housekeeping in Real Estate I Io Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
private family; modern and conveni- II I : A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
ent. 315 West Central avenue. Gasoline, and fair and square '

12236tcWANTED 'TRACY and& cabinet SOMERVILLF makers.-Carpenters Screen- ', prices. I S. West St. $2300.

FARHLAHDS-GROVES 'doors and windows frames, sleeping I
porches counters shelving, showcases
WANTED-Ford touring car, cheap I refrigerators alteration and
for cash; also one Ford touring Additions. We keep a number of | For Nine YearsWe
body complete in good condition. skilled workmen constantly on hand.
FOR SALE Answer 12-22-tf quick. Box 93, Orlando Fla 18 East Church street. 12-21mo' have been in business at the C. A. HOVEY

- NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I wake
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms WANTED-Want buy a email! a sr"-ialty of deeds, mortgages 'same location, Corner of South
practically\ new, nice condition, with house and lot; also a vacant lot; leases contracts, etc. Price very lea- Main and Church
lawn bearing citrus fruit trees, roses must not be far out; price must be .onabie.{ Mrs. II. B. Leaks, 45 East i{ Streets.
and shrubbery: hear Luke Eola; very right. Address A. B. C., care SentUncl. Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-ltmx: 'I Phone 226
terms. .
desirable location. 1,000 12-18-tf - -
Address "Owner," Box 33 Orlando,
'Ia. IMG-lmoc WANTED-Position as cook or houw rlando8 Leading Repair Shop
work by 1white woman. A good and Caragt
FOIl SALE-FOIl RENT-HoulI", (xk.* Heferencorf.''. Call Lenox Itnune CLINT BASSPHONE
furnish and unfurnished. Also Went Church utreet. 12-23-31: :
,om. ,i>lc did loll. Call and see what .. -- 175Wcttjtfrtrton --- -- -- y Advertise in the Sentinel
olT.r Ufor. halt l'tni WANTii-Ily: ) white womAn rOIiI.l Street
rent"Mrs.. II. II. LtK, 4G ; tlon as cook, matron, companion, or
trttt or :312 Broadway I'hont 17t>. housekeeper. Addren U h. M. llj lueetsser '
10.$.dw.ln\ot Last i; Concord avenue 1224flt"LOST : EXCURSION RATES

o- [Hand Wood CompanyWood
FOIl BALK A good! the room
'. condition, In good location| --
In fine Account of
hot and eold water. three lobi"; Lt.,. IIORT-RmaIJ open faced watch on of All Minds Hammond & Gore
gain for quick buyer C 1LL the pin, ,. f JAke Lucerne and t II) e S
Bummtrlln. H.Ztf-ue (:Imnlre hotel. Monogram 1 L. II, L. 01! ,'UO,,,I'T BUIltIClCUItiSONUIl,1t
"lack 'tteturn to Orlando Hank and C UUolidays FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND h:,tttAtrlCltsVin

YOn BM HALh--P'InoasdJhhot.Jat.. L4 OllM. 11-Z5-IW,ejje/esp r IrUICo.: \ and tecelve teward. MUCH

___ 0 (Real Values Low l.rlce"Atlantic
hd AI ISCIHjljAN (UUHtiro
run HAtM--t.stite: tettlgetatot .

bll'\khtjlt' ,marktl=T----ntlutul-ttMOf --ntaHI-. --JiP.Aa ,! 't',---1 uut.k -Pth ,.aYou Cttnnot Do It Coast Line (COMPARE

lMAIiH i Af.HAWIAlNlely fhtiH!! Itl\} u..tt tilde.j' Ines II OUK FURNITURE
t) wil I rlli MSHtt: | l nth4CJl 1 tU\tt i eN! u' It IfttFpslei! lit Feai
'M 'III III e, \hllIY I Fppd 10 ueule) |) \vellfur f frJ.6U: htandnrd Kttilruml of the! HuuthTietets
Newl rih I + \.lf\ @'till@!! 1 hI'I1,I tif tI\I'I1flltttl! ""ttllH I
I \\} MH tUhr MlHtl'Wtt \ .! hear! tt"\1" 1I@! .FI. eats Hily, httehieJ, \lit Hut the Muriel Mil and\ \ dupe few!
Iplat: Mitt I I.*. I ntPN I u', + \ t, Ii:1llatheUml w@ ppevidA the iiyrtlny ef fufhiluf t that t hag 1 KtHtf teen' tie
t1"l11 I "lfIllli"., Pllfl iHIHNrPIflt1ll14F ( \ humlreiU Ht tit:) wmli' each' = e@pt@d Lr knawintf furniture ItU' '@rs R tli@ tftndHF*] ef lIfiIf
1111111I, \ .liras4wH@r, tide .rellas eaPnv@fes ahd 1 F@paIF@d' Quantity I'ountai'( Aft uth..1@ I ii here it I if *wU,\ vreuhlii'i |tl@. llIF@, were U nIb@Fwi\ I+!ll,
milFOlf ,,\ ftl I \ IlrIQ-IfWt f lIhilti yoq\ whit!' R' YfHHItA! tl@patr It i Nv\\\ qimntity foul @d, thatmaltaa \ t I sold+ Dee) Wh to 85thnelnMve :) w@ wn't m*V s this paint tog lwr=il U we ef (heef fotinulatlop

p,,Jtj- I1Ralqll\' lebaMrr\ JAi\4; lahnplfl\ h I fins b"nrOITfN \\ it poasihl:: + tn 1 1iafyjntf serve a emit. limited to reach erinal llten@ this YilI inp!*e, and! that mean!* much to 'any t+"f',

star, perfgct l cnmilttun\ runs asquletas 1 THK TOST- (nt1-1.1\'INf'f i ppepjal at'because '15Q.It starting point by midnight -_ j
J, H, YtlIHJf'I \
t l1unnHl'
electric +
an ; iluy English reei. The peas tt our oysters are
la-a:]- are very much II pea the ones that grow that January JOth" McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK 0 j
'nes, The very "nrnlifip. always: fresh:: we serve so

FQILJ1ALE tufl(>r the prettiest bungalows intown. Also for and sale orange choice'trees budded Call f'at grapefruit 307.I many Corner Orange Ave, and Church Street, Orlando Florida j

/ Each has six large rooms hall East Pine street, Phone NO. 604. U is because our Coffee and
and bathb with all modern conven 12t96ttS.Jo'ETY Pies are best that we serve bar For Information Call on ;

other one to n.be just completed about by completed 25th of FIRST PRICES TODAYGet rels of one and hundreds of the W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. ,

December; nice lots and Priceo$3,500 the Real -Savings Check" PenniesAll other. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
near Lake Cherokee. lOc. articles 9(!. One cent and
and $3,250; cash payment and terms. over "savings pennies" from every I No advance in prices for Orlando Try a Want Ad in the SentinelLumber J
Also a four room bungalow in north article purchased. Nothing charged' special occasions.It .
eastern part of town. This bungalowand I at these prices. Prompt delivery. 1
1 lot 50 by 150 feet, $950 or Ball Grocery Co., No. 11 W. Robinson pays to be reliable. -
with 2 lots $1050; cash and terms. avenue. Phone 118. l-12-23-7tc Latli& and Sl1iI1gles
Kentucky Home 511 Palmer :
Address - ----- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
street, Orlando. Phone 686. CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
12-15-lmoc limited number of persons. Pleas- '
ant rooms in new home. Modern con
FOR SALE-Tract of 135 acres part. veniences. Housekeeping! rooms if y
ly cleared, between Zellwood and preferred. Mrs. Gertrude Seymour, The ModelCafe = 1
Sorrento. Price 1000. Terms. S.S. nurse. 14 High street east of Lake J
Matlack 12188Nv Box 656, Tampa, Fla. Eola. ll-14-sun-tfc!

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FOR SALE-Ten room bungalow; Sunday after Christmas. Mass and :
lake front two lots modern house, ORLANDOes
sermon 10 o'clock a. m. No evening Siernons'
twenty bearing citrus trees. Will fur- MillineryLADIES' <
good tenant for
nish to purchaser
east half of house for one year, with. Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime
privilege of three at twenty-five dollars HATS
a month. This will net purchaser Phone 5 for t
6 per cent and his own rent. Address CHILDREN'S HATS ;
Saskatah, care Sentinel. 12-19-lOt FISH AND OYSTERS We offer a choice selection of:

BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, closein Fresh Every Day Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00, <
on West Central avenue; garage $4.00, $5.00 $6.00. i iI I
almost built. Chas. P. Dow. rHE WALDECKER FISH CO. Children. Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.

.12-17-tfe Our styles are so good-and our
39 West Church Street
FOR SALE-Lettuce! onion cabbage prices are so reasonable that you will
and collard plants. 502 W. Central find our store the best place In the ;
avenue 12-14-tfc city for millinery. J
-- Will Sacrifice

i FOR RENT-On Colonial Drive and 10,000 Store Millinery Leave the Furnace for Real Winter !

Park Lake, five furnished housekeeping
rooms Gas I and
city water. Apply 400 onl.1Vrlv. Your home be and with few handy Gas Heaters, during then :
.. Phone 411. 12-19-Gt GUARANTEED TREESAll can just ns warm cozy a
---- Best and Promptest j
FOR KENT{ : -Summer cottage; also chilly days, as if you underwent the constant annoyance of tending a dirty, "cranky" ;
suite of four rooms with 3 beds; True To Name Auto Livery j
also 3 room flat for light housekeep C to 7 foot trees furnace. And there is no fire to build, no hoot or ashes to struggle with. When you
InffS. electric lights, bath, telephone, Service
Attractive grounds. 912 pr monthup. OQc BACK enter room, simply light the Gas Heater and you have warmth; when you leave, turn
10 W. Concord avenue.
1 .28.1me All lending varieties budded on PASSENGER It off and your expense Immediately ceases.

Hour nnd grapefruit roots from .
The Tuttte Gift mop! Is located this
Ma.on on the second floor of YowelUDuckworth known Atock.Conway.

tor. building at left 1-12-8-tfc of elevt Nuraery.It. BUICK CAR Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal Bills

FfJtt. ttfcttf-faW: twp tory+ fUthl 'T I'rlM' '
ht'J.d.t'1Ihlf, modern, rohvptt- OrlriHdo It it t I. fly Using das Heaters. in ail but the coldest weather yoU tan! halve yoU Coal! bill tJai
: fllt fwd sIMblhg portnfi, two W. Enii iHywhert it *Hy time!
Ilht' f't>M tiofttoftleCi; cufhtt Jacksott --- -.-..-.--- --- hpttting Is much mote etioHbhiteal{ that seat! healihtf Anti It heats where you Wahl It,
'ltlt Ins.Ht'*(\I: ial: At khbtlt '

UffOJt WIVt7N, MOt1IDltt lAUJItCHHISTMAB ) ( < Gordon's o T Transfer Co ttlt=net the bdseweat!! w the unused!! voat We' have & inn: lleatep t to fit any el I>td! ream 1

I If\ .t" JNf WL=fIIN Nv\tlfJt., hHHHH IItFRi.t@dFeem'J! tlfllLhll t ,( I 'ftttft. \\' Wfll AIt'f 281 l < 6FlnAYE1 Pkeni 41 in your heu&ei Come in and (j ee it.

,,lllk@'ll s fit1p! fef ; HAUliNG OF All KIND:
IH',iIlAl UfAIHt', tl 4 I
\ti! 4df, 4aI { 6IFF@h COMING
3 ;
Pansy 1

t'OJ( RENT' -TWR' f"mt.hjl4 aPmi Dui the "Men" a Ito* of ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
wish fAJ\Vlnt; njU. Apply' 20Q Bum@ Petunia
Pamet' lqq B-t-i i4Qktr m "it Of: ,
flee t-37 tf NEW

FOR RENT Three suites of light
housekeeping rooms, with all modern Leave your orders here
conveniences, close in, near Folks ,
park. A sunny place in a pleasant ---
neighborhood. 307 Pine street. Phone

604. _12-19-6t .Violet Dell Florist

FOR RENT-Unfurnished, two room I .
flat in business section, with bath
= and all modern conveniences. Apply A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn J. U. CARUTHERS
t L. L. Payne, Watkins block.
'1 s 12-19-6te a Good Humor For 1916. Phaa 60$. 4M( Swtk Lk flt .

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t ir'ii.r1T11t tot-himtt I If JrkohVlll tthpFp h'till
f *}ihti ftttthtl dajra bit tltillhto! !II.

; iiF, W II. Itt .tttH hhil M f: L IJ:
i Lung; H18FtJ8\ \ Tampa inlhF Itt t; fhl I
!+U M8\ Hllli! ItlritlVM:! find fFlsnth:
t = -
"i iP llalliflF>\8 Jitney tHJ 1 fie:
>l lf
!" : :t

Glad Tidings = MF, and Mrs Henry ?11 IlAlivtt fln4chii4rPR r

CIariR l ftn,1 Mary, ara HJ1 from ,
The p&MY flf: your: funds, tAQp@1Nt Tampa visiting' JlFt' fh 1iv 'i parents,
Mr, m f14 Mr' : WJJr. I. fpHye} ,
ball of pur: AfIci: i 1 13, promptness and.

courtesy of our employees and friendly J. }t. McKibbin, pf Brooklyn,
all that N. V-, has arrived in Orlando to spendthe
welfare are points
interest in your winter. He is pleasantly locatedat
the State Bank invites you to consider = 214 Robinson avenue.

when choosing the institution you will
Savings checks are good as gold. May Every
bank with. Ask for them whenever you buy any-

We solicit small as well as large ac thing! 11-11-tf F I i E I Christmas Joy
counts-both will have our equally careful Mrs. John Murphy and daughter
Mabel, in
Miss are Tampa spendingthe
attention. holidays with relatives and Be Yourstiiiiiimiiii
friends.Mr. ,

Alvin Matthews and mother
STATE BANK have arrived in Orlando from Attalla,

Ala., and are visiting Miss Anna L. .. ..
OF Echols, at 505 South Main street. .' ..,. ..

ORLANDOJP RIDE in Hamncx's Jitney' Bus one i i
hour, 12 miles .for 3tK.. 8-28-tfc ,.

Mrs. A. M. Finch, of Raleigh, N. C., ",.... ... .'. .. ," '.-. .....:
and Mr. A. M. Dawson, of Haines .
City, mother and uncle of Mrs. E. '. ... ::.:':: : .;';:::; :: A.:
McMakin, are in Orlando, guests at
The Palms.

Mrs. Francis Green Barr, who has : : ;

N. been winters coming, has arrived to Orlando from for Montana twelve, 'D-F 111: ID} )jDYt) D.q

and East is Washington located for street.the season at .1001 ;::' v . \; LS:' -' -- 'PI :, .

Savings checks are accepted as cashin ( -:.' ..' " .-. : '., :.; . .. ."- .. ..i! : .. :..
the savings department of the : .: ..:. ::_: .::: : ; ;::: i'::;:: : : !
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf
PIROOK Mrs. Annie Flannagin, who has . . . . . .. . . .II..r' . . .I. i.'J. ... .II.'I..l. .
spent the summer at Waverly, Mass.,
HAYNES DealerHUPPEL has returned to Orlando to spend the
winter and is again established at
her home, No. 9 West Washingtonstreet.
[ B BROS R 0 S I .

Service Mr. George G. Macdonnell and son,
Charles, have arrived in Orlando from TAKE ONE RIDE-
St. Paul, Minn., joining Mrs. Mac-
donnell, who has been here several
weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. J. B.
tral Wherry a'enue.nide at.her home, 10-1 East Cen- In that STUDEBAKER Seven-Passenger

K 18-18-tf Hamrick's' jitney bus, Be. 40 Horse Power Model at $885 and then decide

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Emtnitt; of

,. spending PascaRoula the, Miss.holidays, fete with in the Dh city and The best 1916 value offered

.. Mrs ft, 11 llUtkmasteh, ttl their home
bH West street Mf l timmUl: h! ftiibftieiat
bf the Ldulsville & Na!'hvilie
Frill NJritl

New Ford Home Mf, IHIII Mfi!, J, I I", Tllylpr l of 1t @I= San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando ,
Pfttt, N, V", arrivPtl. in brlamla Fri,
Now Open slay aflPrnnon\ eaming sty way pf New
York city and Ow Clyde Ijnlet tq Jack'aonrtlle -Aaytonat
They are the guests! pf Mrs.Taylor's .
:0\,11\) South Oran M@nu
W- U.
parents, Mr and Mrs.
Tc1ephnnp 1 :386 Jenkins, at 7 Ifughey street

Fish ana oysters received daily,

Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, II M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc ... . . . . .. . . . . .. . I..II. .11. r1.fA..I.I. .. ... ...MMOMMIMMMMIIIIMMIIMIlMUM .

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Mr E. R. Baldwin, a former popu-

States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb. I lar now Orlando engaged young in the man electrical, but who business is- . I..I >MM . . . MMIIIIMMf .....

in Arcadia, is upending the holi-
days here, joining Mrs. Baldwin, whois
"Slake this Ford; Home Your Ford home visiting her mother Mrs. J. A. I
Evans, at 200 East Robinson avenue. "

Mr. J. S. Barklow, one of Taft's % ,
J JI" staunch and substantial citizens, was
among the out of town visitors to the
county seat jesterday. While here
Mr. Barklow found time to pay his
-- --- respects to this office, renewing his

.i " i" " . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..... allegiance to the old reliable South :IOOURFRIENDSY.I
Florida Sentinel.
THE NEWEST DESIGNSIN Fresh pArk (Cohoon' nona clam
bouillon\ for Bale At all leading irro.reri .
SILVERWARE, JEWELRY I Cohoon Tacking! Co,, Orlando, p 4 1 It given UH great pleasure to express
AND NOVELTIES= : Ha. t..J2.J.JnlOe
i, gratification: over the cordial relation of

Being constantly in touch with the lending silversmiths :, Mrs J. A. Proece and daughter, the pant. Renewing our hope for a continuance r
and jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always Misses l' Sarah anti Bertha, And Don,
keeping. pace with the latest style: in silverware, rings, Emil: have reached Orlando from ' we desire to convey to you our appreciation
bracelets, etc.When New Haven, Conn., And are at present e
new and beautiful designs arc created, we arc guests of Mr. and Mrs A. n.) John. ?.I and the weanon'n greetings.The .
among the first stores in the country to show them. You on, at their home, 314 North Main sa ,
never buy out-of-date articles here. utreet. They are awaiting the arrivalof
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. There their household goods from the fi ...
are some very new and very beautiful novelties-some North, when they will move out to v'
thing to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come their beautiful home on Lake Conway 7 R
early and choose while the wide assortment. offers the which was erected during las .
best opportunity. : summer. Mr. Droege, who is the general f
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to : superintendent of the New York,
; ; that. New Haven & Hartford railway, was
: detained on business, but will join his
: family later for the remainder of the

: season. Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS DoctorsBLiehlllasier .

Orlando Florida .
& Brundagi ,

JEWELER OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00
ftrsonal Instruction under Dr. Still, 0c' .
.t Kirkrvillt, Mo. I I
8. Orange ,AY*.. abets Pcoplu
s ..1M................ .. ... . ... ... .... . . ... 132: National Bmak. Phase 578. . .. . . . .r- .. '. .I..II..II. .lt ...I..I..III..I.I..a... '

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