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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 28, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00598
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMUER 28, 1915. NUMUBR 27 t.





4USTRIA READY TO MAKE CONCESSIONS ;





SUBMARINE WAR ACTIVELY RESUMED



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[TRIBUTE P PAID TO STATE DEPT.AT.FROM VIENNA 1 RECEIVES PENFIELD: RESORT HOUSE, WHITLOCK CLOSER UNION OF .FIVE WENT VESSELS: DOWN AS RESULT OF YESTERDAY ALLIES AUTO ROBBERIESLIKE





DR. ST AGG'S Will WARN BEFORE TORPEDOINGAnd AND BOY-ED AMERICAS FORAGGRESSION 80 ARE LOST TORPEDOED LINER ARABIAN



Will Make Provision for British Deliver a Smashing Attack
MEMORY SAIL TODAY NIGHT'S TALEPHII
Safety of All on Hoard- Against German; Lines

Asks Concessions in in the Armentlerres

MEMORIAL SERVICES SUN. Return HOUSE GOES AS DIPLOMATIC ADDRESSES HY LANSING Region TELLS SHOCKING

DAY WERE LARGELY AGENT ON SPECIAL AND MARSHALL AT SECOND STORIES OF 1JRAZEN
Washington, Dec. 27.-The state London, Dec. 27.-A vigorous resumption

ATTENDED department has received from Pen- MISSION SESSIONINTERNATIONALISM of Au'tro-German submarine AUTO THIEVINGMFTRIEDMMIT

field at Vienna a report on the Ancona -
campaign warn evidenced today -

MANY AND BEAUTIfUL ADDRESSES government cane indicating Is In* an that amiable thc#,VuMrlan mood MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEPARTURE TO RUlEWORlD in the announcement of the ginkIng F T R SUICIDE

and desirous of a friendly and satisfactory l of live vessels of the allies and

LnrJte Audience Deeply Moved\ ; netllement of the matter. Little Known n>* to What lie l Id Declare' Secretary America the firing upon a ninth." Purloiner of Jan en'rt .Ford IM
lie Mates that Austria will make 1'htt'lIltt de I.. Clotat Trench
W&l1It Sublime and In! pr-! Mutmtttntlally.", lha two following prop Trying. to Do) -HrnndWhltlork Wilt Art aft Guardian: of a IIruuJht to Orlando) SavedIvy
l llnrr war Ittrprdoed and MO lltm were
lug. Ht'nlce; Speaker tuition! ( und Itny-lM. Idea-No Interference l hiot. Ihe ;MlnUlre lleernaert a 1M. \rtlcm of .Police

Show Emotion I'Irst1. I Austria utTers HUHmntfeHfur ANo Still With AmericanHeri. and t'i,, -sIcltill.
-- the future nlonu |I'r"rl-.I ly the glen fri-Uhler, was aNu nunk Two )

M@tnprhd, serviced were held Hun same" linen .n... those which (Modern the New Yolk, 11&:21: t=('ul l. (louse/ 11'asitngton, I :n. .llftllnfAtI, hoiit 'loud' of the rrrw eta wUnlnit With the recovery of Curl' Jans@n'sI'ard

lay afternoon nt 8i3Q u'fUn'k nt the |,iniioHfl| | as. .. mihmlllttl hy Von Hera.et will depart| Hi neon tomorrow with hUperretnry nddr@sses by erietnry Lnmlnt and thirty were eatrd. "Four other Ilrlt touring ear H story that read

Itrtllll'tlll'IA". ( thurrh for the late It@v.11r. tint In hU |iriimniiH|. ||| In atldtrate.These on n illplnmntlD' ", ,, mission "It'.I'rrltlclrnMlttllhAII! Jlrt'ltlluloar I Uh frrlihlrre were sunk, one A liner, as An Arnhlun Nights (ale unMiU It-

') John W, StBfH who for tour muranlffi ltlltM thAI the nhrond n" the mnfidentlul agent of rliiapr Iiollth'A1tHI! rommerrhl' union self,
)v&tt hud boon. '' the beloved' pnitar of testis will nut he torpedoed.. "llhmitwernlnt IVfildent Wllann, On|, llniUB, will go heltttfit the reiubei| )| of the western| UftJltt (Pfhll-nlfli-lrtl wllrleii tlsMnytllle I tin/ Wedneidny hlght bf last week

hut rhutrh. The mrvlees were attended . nail hut( untUInn( will hemnde direct tn ttnttrrilnm, tint |I'roreed iiiphore| marked the bpfhlng of ), Dec' 8Tf A fottr'lmhtfr"l W. It. Phillip. twenly-n fear bid,

IIJT .e\'fltal! hundred ""too..le( and board.pfrnndl.for the( eafcty' uf ..IIIII'tlont on from there t to dlifetrnt fapltali on the Rprnnd t I'liti-AinetU-nit HrlehtineCtitiRtens bf the( Voaalthe t..ItUhgl! tthd has J Just son bf Mh Hhd Mr. A. N. I' Illlpa, bfDutrhentert

were deeply Inspiring amt ni i the nahie t the totitltiHit, here todnjlite -. / MrtM' Mtlhllltl1i/ being
t11"\ such ItlUttied trot Pnlotilkl that
t Imo tttibUotint and editing, hvery 1 t A tiinrpulnHAtistl llftihil \Mill1nrk\ $ InlnUleC.. tit llelpltihli fctfrtkH| hlhltil fcUbllRlt. at (lIui I rtioH| n ttettlthy hirtliufrttlUffi- bf HjUtet
malt. i ahd+ wohtrth lit| the ehUh-h, felt atI \ t will ask Ilirtl Iht! fatls ''IftHltlltlil..tl > will nNd.. hrtll bit the. Unlt ,blrtht. lifbl.rtMlll} bf jlilHt Itillllri} nHltili IH telfitltihft! hetwt-eil the; the pk. Oust' the Fonts Ith.11l well khdWH OHrthtid wlHlt .

thuuph I hey hrtd stiRtalhHi it p>fiwhntItiii l M HllJ Nt itA Ih.}HiHltttllUHa Httt-tl AltlthItnH hf' t'bl.! llrttipe tlft-lltieil tbdriy id uWtiM! \the etehl bf IlllfblitpHHtrtty dItIH.A lluH. t itt lUlt rife strrilhed. !eh l !-lilrhh, !fclble! !! H r<''t bhl 'tuUHHtf t-tiF

IH the tinSslHg away bl liFt; fctngg.thfehi ; HIP I'lillt-d HIUt-H' It (the I.HIAlitltltt filrt IK ht his tHjl AhhllitltH( I I.iiHii\lilb\ 5 HfltF( rt file Uj. It ,U, kHtffrtll/ > HhfHHl that the tthht t'ritl JrtH eHj, ttHltti It tH lark

ttris Brhh-ely! I ; H d>y efr; Hi Hit Mill, flHlM Hf* :ItHOt-tl. I snit hit (lilt'' iibltehltihi, will 1 11t t t'ri|tlLIIH t JiIHH|| hf the(> Iduae ttJF the! FHHHFIdtinH I lHtlll! Mill dfrlrife hidfllal UW: IH HHilVlllct SultaHltit-hH'! Wri4 HpH1ehFHd
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''Ihe 1 MltlllM i hilll l ftlitJ: : HPRR tJH t rHd8tlt) ( .IHlNy fit HIP ftHlt:| tlMflmpfll llpF(: l.: lp-AwfHPnn' iflHntrieHP : .tH 'IfflllM Ft 'itF milluiftl W Id ItolHii flf N FlhPFIIHr ORHt
iiUHAjifltftti l FFpAit: \\\hiFh tHren\) : ; tM foal; llHHep i H RAiny An 'IH I IN fFHRt 'HiFHt him md\ !<
+ ; flss(Ftfitl l ih-tr Ih? (MnnFflu I tIA! P lHiUtt Himi| 'parihr
11YFRHt,141 In : flfleath the
I town fF the Iln' !iItffiifRHffh, : \ tt RhwaRf iia I Ffl I aiPi9'i ," 'IN rFsnfBluilMi' front' ill j I IRpstrenaly tots' t'it Mf fh gFsins. flf MJflf
the .II' pf' her 'hFHthpFi: MFWfHFfM ,\t-ti trip KHFPP Hr nPH; FpRFial (tine is tt faMflnal\ pplipy" pf' the fnrtiftcd !? l t" P .
FFRrd 1 I'Ht' thi$ report 11Rd HRt t I P RrRR fit math: tR Racertnl1\ t Iha tfpApij'! Iipitel,' Ntnte@: while 1't"IHjrit' =ftn- : chloride WFFfHFyt, Only the lramptactin
JJiFh
$:yfltF4 ,In time fflF t Fhp.PfPi J IRtR t IIIFIIt :fffFntl r in far aeRlinleRt therR the gHeatiARa t ism to i An ttinternatignal policy" M the: acme! time: meRna far FP- Pf Ilrlanda pAlice Hnd Pr Ilalftesrdnit '
PRFilRndt Mi4t Tha l eaaF4 Rlsnha&
last night, Therefprp.( the brief l pates : ; A/iecting/ the W..FU was' alsp' stated I pecretarv 'i.nnsint; said that' PaR- tmhgrl'Ing the tFPop are being imprAnl' prevented his Mllmp fronthecAming
tWR pHwr iitfril) 'in t this i aeFtiAn, 'in to.
ppended "rp f frpm brief MMngs and that PAl| HPMSB will parry information Americanism! i is an expression pf the Order assure a auccess- a reality,
Mra harsh Gilbert Fast 1tAbinsun
emQrYr H t is hoped that n complete po abroad concerning the popular idea pf internationalism and that rul escape in case pf defeat, Two year ago Phillips with his
avenue, and Mrs. p, M t, Orth, pf T.- The is
correspondent's impression
cordRf the memorial' may be pujn > Mr. Mien was well )known in sentiment of this country regardingthe "America is to become the guardianof parents, spent the winter! in Orlando.He .
yares. that the Greeks in accordance with
J ished the SentineJ' (to the fw-
near Orlando war. this idea, which in the end will purchased at that time a Ford
having visited the pity
upon King Constantine'a word, win remain
rule touring of F. G. Rush. In
ure the world. car Boston
C, I E. Graham presided and in his several occasions, and many friends "THE[ FOUNT OF' LIGHT," BAPTIST Vice-President Marshall, who spoke neutral as long as nothing is forced a few weeks ago he attended the last
will regret to hear of his death.
upon Greece which is irreconcilablewith
troductory remarks stated that he ENTERTAINMENTLast for the president, declared that the game of the world series games between
d been asked to preside as he had idea of her national dignity and welfare.A Boston and After
VILLA RETREATS TO MOUN> evening at the Baptist Temple Pan-Americanism should be to Philadelphia.
gown Dr. Stagg longest, having been TAINS the children of the Sunday school prevent unjust interference in the affairs the game he stole a five passenger
personally acquainted with him for gave a beautiful emblematic pro- of American nations and that Smashing Attack Bunk\ and shipped it to Jacksonville by
my years. With Mr. Graham on Washington, Dec. 27.-Dispatches gram, "The Fountain of Light. The the United States would be the first London, Dec. 27.-The British have boat. Later he stole a Buick roadster

ihe platform were" Messrs. W. S. to the state department from consulsin church was crowded with members of to resent such interference with any carried out a smashing attack againstthe from a Mrs. Littleton at Boston, mo-
ranch, Chas. G. Lee Dr. "Fergus S. and near the}tate of Chihuahua German lines in the Armentierres
the school and congregation and with country of the Americas. tored to New York and shipped this
all, J.. M. Cheney, B. M., Robinson, today stated thaHVilla has retreated hundreds of visitors. The entertainment region, according to news received at car to Jacksonville by boat.
ev. J. B. Ley, W. M. Slentons, Rev. into the mountains of that state. Paris tonight.
was a complete success and reflected BEAUTIFUL SERVICES AT ST. He then went to Jacksonville and
dw: T. Poulson, Jos L. Guernsey, B. Three hundred picked men are great credit upon the committee LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Eight hundred prisoners are reported rented a private garage for two
with him. It is believed here that
Jeacham, W. R. O'Neal, and Rev. taken.
in charge, composed of Mrs. Edw. months. He sold the Buick and later
Sos. H. McConnell. later Villa will cross into the United The British official statement issued
T. Poulson, Mrs. W. E. Stevenson, St. Luke's Cathedral l was the scene stole; a Ford touring car, transforming -
*Let not your heart be troubled," States and claim protection as a political and Mrs G. E. Macy, who were ably of a number of beautiful and im- I tonight mentions a violent bom- it into a roadster by changing

ere. the first words of a Scripturalssage refugee. assisted by Dr. Poulson, Mrs J. II. pressive Christmas cervices this bardment in this region but makes no bodies, leaving the touring car Jwdy

read by W. M. Siemens. Richardson, Mrs. R. J. Stevenson, year. At midnight Christmas eve the reference to infantry action. in the garage. He then motored to
LOBEAN ONT ALL-STATE ELEVENOrlie
Is was followed by a beautiful Mrs L. S. Tenny, Mrs. W. M. Davis, Christian communion was celebrated, A fierce artillery duel is raging Daytona, met some Orlando friends,
rarer from Rev. McConnell. The Lobean, of the Orlando high along the entire western front with
Mrs. S. A. Newell, and Mrs. J. P. Hoi- with about seventy-five members of drove a well known Orlando young
:hoir then sang a selection, being ac- school, has been given a place as end, the greatest activity centered along
brook. The to this
evening's program in full 1 the congregation present. The beauty lady city, and sold the Fordto
impanied on the organ by Miss on the all-state high school football follows the Belgian coast and in the Vosges the Palms Auto
: of this service was greatly en- company, who in
Roberta Branch. team as selected by the football expert district.
-
Parti. hanced by the rendering of a numberof turn sold it to F. G. Rush on December
The first tribute came from Mr. B. of the Tampa Tribune. Near the Great Dune in Belgium,
a 13, Rush
Opening hymn, No. 109, "The Lightof Christmas hymns by the choir under re-selling the car to
Robinson, on behalf of the Boardt"Deacons. German block:: house has been blown
the World Is Jesus. the direction of Dr. Hanchett. Plymouth parties. Phillips continued
\ lie said that all classes The regular meeting of the Twen- and the French
> up midnight communications to board at
well
Scripture reading (Luke 2:8-20)), At the morning service held at a known local hotel"and .
presentative of Orlando came as teth Century Club has been postponeduntil state that in the Vosee
Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny. 10:30 a. m. Christmas morning the on Wednesday night stole Jan-
ne person to honor the memory of January 12, 1916. The program a heavy fire has been directed against sen's
He took
Prayer, Mr. Samuel A. Newell.A late celebration of the communionwas car. it to Jacksonville,
)tt Stagg. I feel as though Dr. will be the one scheduled for this Greeting, Master the Germans, and that at Sehratz outwitted the Sanford
Stanley Tenny. held. At this hour Bishop Mann police, crossed
tdgg were a member of my own date. Words of w""t'ome. Master Walker preached an eloquent and forceful mannelle mining operations are being the St. Johns ferry and felt that he
family, and from the first day I met Smith. carried out on a large !scale.! had nucccMfully
sermon from Luke 2:14: "Glory to eluded the law.
im there was a mutual current which "Klntr. the Merry Christmas neIl God in the Highest, and on Earth At Jacksonville'! a dentist placed $60
t' and made us warm friends. HeLlways SIXTY NEW GAS PATRONSJoe (chorus), primary departmentThe Peace, Good Will Toward Men. worth of gold! in his teeth, and being
S SEll l
ipoke comfort to all heart, White Gift for MANY AUTOMOBilES"n auspicious attached his \
Ind ( Orphan Mrs. W. R, O'Neal and Dr. Han i car The,police
a I lender of the first order hAIl Home, Arcadia). by the entire school \ went to the And
(chef with Mr*. tteardall at the orKan garage found the e
all. interested I In' Cheney, lhe\ r. (;la!* Depart
Dr.
[ n Stag was
The Prince of Pence discarded Ford )
thirteen touring
by were In charge of the musical body. They
rrythlng for the upllftment\ of the ment, O. ,\'. & L. Co., t"y", rAft of the .service, whlrh was beau Juan Clara.Re Wan". hussy, nrreoted Phillip, he confessed. ., anptAtrd

ol1lDlunlt)'. There wag never n more SII>'M the Output "My Kitty CAt," Master JOIlt'rhJ"r""n tlfully rendered by the combined\ Delivering .Packard! nnd Above, and warn brought to Or.

J.I man than Dr Slngir who now 114 Inrr'nl'llna: Kberhardt.: cholrn. StudehaktrM Last/ lands' Hunday night and then tried to
ccuplci his place In the Kingdom'" ofOil. Part II. Wefk ulclde. .

Mr. Ja@ Cheney,manager of the The Christmas (Candles alt\ little Mr. tint )1 John The deputy IIh.rIlT'trom Jackson
rill. Itoxler Mm. H.
Mrf 1lIlIlnlloll'( | bulk' was full of Pas deportment| of the Orlnndu Wnternnd iclrl. The Pan Jynn Garage had vllle"' took him 'hock where he will fare
|motion and, stirred the heart of 0. (toiler, of Onila, are In Orlando, company
l.luht rnmpnny, tnted ) |hale prfineiit, Uty new ,patron had been irlv- |':errte' Haiel nnd' )Hupert June. visiting l the former' son-In.l4w( and Christmas present In the shape\ of -- -

) .I',i W, It, tt'Neat, who spoke on en service within the Jut three The Mvlne HouquH, nine girl*, daughter, lip and Mr, Hylrnn MrWA l. hew reds H. M. tlohd of DeLnhd, rA11111l1M;,, I INMTI1flt.' fiXtt1N.: ;

|halt. of the Hemloii, unld It "'11.1.- tnonttu, "On lleremher, 21" sold, \ Mr. Mnriln laither'e Cradle1 Hymn, prl /roc, prenehted Mm. tlohd With H heW !BIOS IIIVHION, ttNlVplt.MIt1' : .

s'7. difficult nn nib occasion of this' fhehey "we had Alt output of n) ,ollot'ullti many itepntlhieht IVkflhl twlh pit! With every kind bfetpJlptneht .orLectUfeff 'UHUUA)

Ind to give true ttpremioh$ to bIl8 a feet nf gas this e
.hhgs.. He, RtajfH humliereti 1li high mark tit last", )erit! which was Mottos etetrUe! t'Htnafjr depart 4 MtyYtNKt; ; MANTA t'lhUt. 4 ftiWorthy' disposed! of panther! Three on farming, lrurktny f,

riptide by the |lpoitle, With whoht hem s ftlfllilipd.! ) fohtUatf\ It U ryutt@i Ihphl.FI1I". 4 .'ltNU 4 MtHdplak@r: HUe* phd two Htudehnker, fruit t, fettllUef!, plant dlarar@s, live

in iimtnet.\ Of nil I'lenhyteHaH' ", i likely thrtt \\-@ will l, enk all! fpt't1fll \ Herbert. Itaftry.Nttlritual 4 I'nurs were plan oM lat! week 'fhiiilihttl't xtotki forage crops! ilfliryin, tick

Men- he smut t in the furefront Hei thU JPrtf," fins l iN Hoe Of the v6m- Npp@trunt, eieht JfiflN i Pram all "snuuea' I the iI""tlR..1 4 \ aleati| sl them out ef ear, only eradication, File and. silage, h@p!' chat' !
fwopHUed:! In a great leader I in sects tit life for tlie (Oflftftiltt' \ t hnue@'_ (Offeitflry.. lire little, gifkF0un t Manta Clayit Fund 'tetalled' 4 t two ef the yours remaining, The era rented' +h

8 Southern Asa@nihly!i The Orlandhur@h H wife, and t the tray new patrons alp ,l fjf Light (fmlilema t ), sever (*2naod I The following done. 4 Ntudehakera! find Pafkard are in d@ Tome find express yur view! And

and thU immunity fhyM t! I being AIM 1@ri i M very gratifying fa the young ladies, 4 tines were made Friday and Katurdayi > 4 mlfl4.I.UinslC. Hf'erienees M A farmer, You\ cannot

"Ifff'tID t@ thems vw upon the tai company ftli it means the service is Clo in9 hymn, No i SS' MJey ta t the + 4 ,spend the day mere profitably, Intel

IItlll ef' lf) f3tA/lIf/ proving efficient and satUfactory, World{, the hard Has Pam@" + fA-J1' , , ? , , , , . , 11,00 4 IN8TAI.LATKINAT ff.Ur"tnSI ) = ligent farming will make Florida rich

lieu, Ley, pastor ef t the Method t prediction t 4 Three FrieM , S.00 4 Ji LAKELAND !and prosperous, Let's get together,
arch, 't Said it had not been his privi 'THE . .
WEATHER Cash . ..01. '='==' Ladies! are especially invited,

to know Tr Btagg song, Pr, Pac to normal with the finest\ line Cash . . . . . . . . . 1.00. Mr W, R O'Neal went to Lakeland Apopka, Tuesday, January 4, JQ30a ();
lU re breadth was a of man vision, he grew upon me, For Florida i Warmer! Tuesday, e*, of stationery in the city. Latest magraiines 4 From the Best. Ptate in the yesterday afternoon to take part in m, and 130 pt m.

.I and strength of cept in extreme south portion) local 1 and daily papers Curtis & 4 Union , : : ." ,,ow. 1,00. the installation the Royal Arch Citrus and! live stock will be espe-r
: (Continued on page 4)) rains; fresh east and! southeast winds O'Neal book and music store 44444,44444441 4 Chapter and Blue Lodge. dally emphasized.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR .. ..A 1J
THE DAILY Twelve billion dollars was represented

, at the recent banquet that I
South Florida Sentinel Judge! : Gary gave to Col. Uoosevelt.Some ) SALE Fine (Address heifer
coming' calf by her side. Max <>:J,
MORNING AND WtCKlVft. must finance the ,
t:1.r.NN .......... E.II utI1or one Winter ('ark'Ia.. 1'y.ltte: :
M..r battle at Armngfddon, ROIl from In-
I' r. tAAINITnN: . . .H..l.
Kal.r.t- Ik* imvtnttkr* s t Orl.. ., iddo information we are told' that Col. roil RENT: OK HAI.K:-Two Mary
..... .. A mnA Clu. Mull Matt.r.UnsCIUrroN Roosevelt Is n candidate for president' hoim' No. 10 Went. Robinson ave

in 1Min! fart, he I II 81w1IY. n t'nn.Ilhlltttthut nue. Modern t'C'ln\\'n "n'Il'hol1".

I V.?., .. ... .. .. ...RATPn.lh. .....*...' ... 1100 goes. without saying! 3 110 H. II. ferry I 12-2H".;,t TOMATO SEED
t>.llr. f Month .. .... ... .........c cD ..n SIOIII
.ll,. I Munih, .. .... .... ........... ---- A MIDDI.K) ACKD; : MAN from the
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IHIIy. I M' Mh .. .. . i .10 We are now being" told that the north wants employment tlf any

.vIII, Y..r .... .. ... ........i II.MUHHCRIPTIONT"l Dardanelles. campaign was. failure..,. kind. Prefer farm work. J. S. Crow. :
been reached. I..}". :n: Welt Church street.1f .
ATABLk has hot
> Constantinople .
ILL ADVANCE True, but Paris, Calais!, Riga and the : 28 lt'11'ANTROA ; In n few! days our new crop of Livingston (ilohe Tomato Seed will nt''he."t* will then
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TO AUTEIITIettllt1rep lit IUllh fleet has not l teen "reached"by : white woman for pen- be in u position to otter you Fresh Tomato Swd at n good juice Remember this one j
tat ..,!.;--tnj "til .tklnn .. ....I-Mil our Teutonic friends.!' As colossal' !' ernl housework"' family of three
", ..nl.I.. ....e .1. ..4 In .t the ...l..umr failures ns the Hntllnlll'IIt'II. tnuddtet adults Go home nights Keferemesrequiretl thing we burn our oltl peed M soon ns too 1''l'l'1the fresh
. _f Oil Hrnlliirl Ml bl.rhi_t I r. .I, renreniheredithnt Call 4 OH oikhart l street,
I'i. J.. .I.t.. "_""".11"". Thli Pull Suites let It must tie the IS!-22l*
ta hMM t.t tnntmt tilttrtUlMtt H I I.o I. of the Itahlnlieltestlfftl
Morn) purpnse! == W1J UVIJ TltADINd CII12CKH
v1rl.h,. .M will bt Mrlrtlf dhmj I I.
"' way ns much tit hit tltulerlimtlve !- \,'.\Ntr.ll--A Weil bre.1 both inhhlleaye "
UrHlHi. ilrtilrintf ttu. BMittntt riltrtiHtifflH leitHollrtt' ,, neat tt'rt'll'hl''I'1I11 (IUlel-| ,
fcHUti* HM 1)'IiIJt tts pgtratttlifaliteht t
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Ito tit MtlMtllMtt, hthetl.p It 111 heM 'lt|,"M wilH IIIII"'i.luw. \\lilt heed risl : [
+hnheed ki tM HwHHtll III! }dhepHMth, +tt.file.. stet l Vrllll HlfltlW, HIllVP\ Addles.\ "'
t.reie.t. -===u---= tills ,2!a,It*
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-n'fpillt1II' ; ('I;MItI 1I 4s, '1413Nackliaa I,4lli"iIIlS\ (VttiiPi' ':JMiiihrtl', anti M Fi.Withsfun Wi'N'I'f.lh'f"rtfllrnl"'t."' *. ,' rglhta, ., City Drug Store
- - hors "M'fi\t"11, (hair ItulI" : )' )JMF "lrta.j mi iwU\ moat'''' I hiss rea
= s lfHt.1111| Mate |101'1I'11aHlt( l ru+tI in I
gslaraiAnd OR fillo1hIJf, From HIIH'liiHlI1 firIlfiWIiI'MI.r i" =j Ihr, Ailtliess' "iMtly," Mie HunMnelwtfue
sanrltlnls greet logo! hav .U-:J l-U.: J. L, DKANi t'roprirar( Orlando, Florida

amino gone to that talented man of action I
anti vent
) Christmas fame and determination, anti,' to hu good TO nr.NT-J.arIl8 room, with hoard!, I
new pattotTitP Imilding or city Ml suitable" for two people. Reasonable -
wife who has marKed\ time with him.
front pants Claus, All\ 1'onvenienceJi. Close; in, I
Indeed, Cal Wlttersolhali lived And
:212: East Jackson Phonetuii..
thrived in a "gol.lenera.." The New 12-. -Itl.
and) incomprehensible
One of the mysterious -
York World in congratulating him
things for a person to do remarks: FOR SM E-A number one good I. J
at this time u to J.nock.u..iness con work horse, sound gentle 5 years
"The distinguished son of a distinguished -
ditions. old weighs about 1,000 pounds.) Cheapif
father and familiar with po- taken at once. Address 401 West WANTED SITUATION)' nettled''
-0- litical life at Washington from an Church street. Phone 41. l2.2 -litc( white woman as cook in boardinghouse ; I FOR SALE!
It is pretty difficult to satisfy a or small[ hotel, or as housekeeper i
.
boy with such presents books of early age. Confederate soldier editor. LOST-Somewhere upon the streets Inquire "Cook," at Sentinel My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot 154 feet front on
illustrated information, when what he statesman, Col.! Watterson not only of Orlando, a black cravenette otf ire, I2-28-3tc:: and Kobife>on avenues, containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively

active that will has seen more important history in overcoat. Finder return to Sentinel - -- Library Inception Room, Den, Sewing !arranged and l sprayed l by under
is dog
wants an -----
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the making than falls\ to the lot of and receive reward. C. G, Lee Room Mining Room Kitchen, ground! system.
hark at the neighbors. Pantry, Grocery Hoom, lavatory, all Large garage and log cabin play
o moot men but also he has been ever 12-28-lt. TilE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE on first floor with bath anti A sleep home, etc. Will sell furnished or un.
an active factor in it and a rarely trig apartment with eleven window furnished
To abstain from wrongdoing merely with
'figure. other FOR nT.NTI.arge airy rooms And seven closets and !storage room on ll-T-lm
picturesque Perhaps no
through fear of the law or through heat, at "Welcome Inn," Home & INVESTMENT CO.have .
living American Is better entitled to I comforts Screened' sleeping, & porches i
be
fear of public opinion Is said to CHARLES P. DOW
theft.t say of thla wonderful half century, Only one door from Prechyterlun"
nearly AS sinful as committlnjf church. IOU I Ea: .t Church htreoL
'All of which I saw and n great part moved their oflke\ to tho
The Innocent are mighty few. Special rates fur the !season, 1
"
of which" I was, I 12.!? -11l. I Ilcnedlct<< Ilc ldtmcv, 111 KnstVntrnl

I'r"lil.lltllt Wilson t thinks t that every -n- (' Avenue anti hope to
DIIIvi: riioM imtiNHUK'K KI)
man that own mi Mutomoblle run nf Oltl.ANDO HOTEL For SALE moot our client nUll many new ,

ford to extra war tax, hut l In
pay nn to get, acquainted with u*
runt-it ownership. of M machine Or RENT one "Why Not"Send
many sir
persons
U. due merely to nujicrlor utillity, tn A patty of who are anti our method of doing bud!l.

borrow' Inking In the sights of Florida nr Furnldwtl. Situated on one ness.' We buy nnd sell Heal

money.- rived in Orlando Saturday- evening of the mM bt-nutlful hikes i InState Estate anti Mortgages, loan a box of assorted! Grapefruit, Oranges nnd Tangerines -

and remained here until yesterday 7 miles long. 5 wide. Hotel
friends at home?
New Ywir'a day I III n consolationand on good securities nnd to your
when they left in their Cadillac machine han fine patronage. Plentyof money

an alibi. Those persona whomwe for points farther south. The oranges, grapefruit and tan advance money to parties Intending 10 pounds _____.................______________$1.35
forgot to Rend cards and presentsto I
on Christmas: may be rememberedNew party were from Brunswick Ga., and! gerines. I to build homes on easy 20 pounds ___________________________________$2.00
consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Ken- Good fishing and hunting. terms. Bank Guarantee for our
Year's. While the day was ,
dig, Miss' Marian Abram, Albert and Possession given at once. For Express Prepaid.
created solely for resolutions, yet it transactions.
Edwin While here made address HOTEL,
Fendig. they particulars
really is a day of salvation for those ''I| HENRY BENEDICT, PRES.
friends. their home at the San Juan hotel. Sentinel office.
who forgot about twenty old V.
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JAMES IL MAGRUI1ER. JR.

In the passing out of James B. Ma- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tremaine have for Sale! S. Ave. Phone 166
Kruder Jr.. Orlando has lost a young returned to Orlando from Poughkeep- Grove 206 Orange

who good citizen. His
character man was a his sie, N. Y., where they have spent the 80 acre Lakesite 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
beyond reproach
was ;
summer, and are as usual making budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
spirit was always sunny and happy;
their home at the San Juan hotel.
he was honest reliable and trust- town.
They are among the prominent pioneer
House Barns, Outbuildings.
,
worthy. Life was before him, very
residents of this Section, and
few of his ambitions had ever been upon their arrival expressed their Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE
realized; all that was in store for him ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
pleasure in again returning to Orange
was blotted out in a twinkling. -hisgrief EXCLUSIVE SALE
(county which they consider the '"erybest
stricken wife and his bereaved .
in the United States.1.'SELESS
parents must bear the burden of sorrow
Orlando Real Estate Co. SHEET METAL CO
and it is to them that we express MAN.

..sympathy.MOttti . I g, 11 BRADLEY

-o- Science tells Us that the average! 42 WATK1N3 1ILOCK PHONE 501 t tI

( THAN A tt hHtL\i/ tnAh weighing 150 pounds contains I Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

f'Olt tU.) l RtAtiti', enough gren Instihrtltely J *e admire the, mart bf fJInce' tahdles ......... .. ...... ... ana Rubljr Roofings
I bh@< finuhil adapt its ... . ............. ....... .tt.
_hb, rUlhg; l l'efntp it multitude of pedtfi I hut ttaed! l pfheralljr any hiore anti, !IMP I '

t-rttt huM them PI't'Itt.UlIltll' l tty his |tat !tctein'P' has huts<) than fltutiil! haIIVVH : Cnfnltn Skylldlih, IInllng'fnIllA ItD, Metal Ceilings

tifitliIIIlH\'l'f! bf ltettti> ,: FrwW MIIi; tI"elaa9 ate hima'' its!! Eah I lip, fittsl, : )1 C Quite{ Cards s and Booklets! -- -- -- -- -

tIlt! tihtl'! the t tirdlflF has I'PPli acehld: ; Werkii 14 i, Chyrh St. ORLANDO
in lti lortMHgJy Ilamnelhaftaa", I
oil ft Hare } >:
IIiUnFiIi 1 IOFil'( l.li';! MfS; ,
=!* | eF*Yitliitil aril !skillful I from 10 ) Also fionvtlnlr1!
\r Ittl'I'riA11,111,1r hxgui 1 it@ selection: ( ( up .---
in his argument! -remain*, t.t. thisflay t Nov ltir.a, Toys Japanese! Novelties' fit thmfY! ,
as PHP nf the faremMfVerw's (ln tAr! : !
I noion-\.ttln rhi4mhtlr1' pearatary troll Magazines,
PfiHlonl1 are fit this mom m t of Ptale t far India, tod4y. an-

as valuable as when they Here fir 4Uttered J101m e,. in the House pf Commons! 22 W. Church St. I IONE Else You for
William Jennings Hrfl\o, Whatever Buy
one pf the foremost orators ot' the t that shen sinca'8 army the arrival at Kut-e-Amara of |(Gen Town-, in I t Ham( & U I BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT |.

world of the most gifted of men
one t ChristmasYou
1 in his power of eloquence, says that men Mesopotamia, of whom, the 200: army were has killed lost 1,127 I. . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(till J age of oratory has not passed,
nor will it must have Christmas Cards. Our line this year Is
pass
REO SIXES HAVE ARRIVEDThe
t Those persons who gathered Sunday more varied and beautiful than ever before.

afternoon at the Presbyterian Palms Auto company receiveda PURE FOOD STORE The early shopper gets the cream of the stock \Vhethe

I church to pay respect to the memoryof shipment of their famous Reo Sixes you buy or not, it is a pleasure to have you see our magnificent
the late Uev. Dr. John W. Stngglistened GroceriesCHRISTMAS
vesterday. They are being greatly display.
with strange emotions to the
admired by prospective buvers.
many
oratory of the group of men on the W. S. BRANCH
platform who poured from their HINTS ,
Subscribe for the morning Sentinel,
hearts tribute after tribute and cxpreaion > Brazil Nuts Pecans, TilE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
10 cents A week delivered. Raisin, Currents, Walnuts, Almonds ,
after' of l love to ,
expression a
Rabin Burnett
Cluster
Citron, Orange Peel Lemon Peel. ,
brother who had passed into the FOR HAI.K=Horne anti hurkh nrl. Extract: Burnett' Cake Coloring.

Kingdom. It was the flne t and Horse U tough, enlly kept' pound) The Above Are All Fresh Stock
grandest display! of eloquence and oratory and gentle. :11<>;2: East: Kolilnuon, nv*. I

we have ever wltneed., Strongmen 1::.::1'I.3t' Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.Christmas .

grief .t rlr"",,; .Joml,,"tins: 1.\1,1.l = = ==.
C.
G. MontgomeryWe
neM men with tears trickling down

their cheeks, ; talented professional. MMMMIMMM . MM . . . . . . . . .
't'n'lrtull1y sobbing before "hundreds jMMMMIMIf
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have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for
of people, and brother pastors

S trembling with feeling and love for n InvestmentsMunicipal .t, our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.

departed man. Was it oratory? Was
it eloquence? Aye, G04.!'" fingers Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any carf $10 to $50.
: and Industrial Bonds
touched the heart strings of those'
:Mortgages on Improved Property
men and beautiful, pulsating music

poured forth. has come and gone, but we are still here. Our Feeds are

That service Sunday was more thana 8% (MINERS MOTOR CAR
memorial for Pr. Stngg. It provedthe of high quality, the only kind you can afford to buy. CO.

sterling worth of our foremost'

citizens; it emphasized the high: Interest! on Investmentsof
Freeman V. D. Phillips
standard of Orlando people; it was an Unquestioned Security Mgr I

acknowledgment; of the stuff Orlandomen 14 EAST CHURCH STREET.
I I'HONE 223.
are made of; and letter than all Chas. P. DowThe The Co-Opertive Produce Co. I

else each tear that glistened on the jo

cheeks of those representative Or. Peoples NaionaDank | "'. S. D Witt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 JHMMMM t

Undo citizen crystallizing the Divine I. ,.jo,

message of love, devotion, loyalty and :
i respect stamped them at leaders Advertise in the SentinelTr

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fancy mixtures, plaids and stripes-large range of colors and blacks, worth $1.00 and and styles to select from, and realy worth up to $1.75, jour choice

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The newest thing in Ladies' Shoes and Gypsy: Lace
the lowest prices in the city.
S H I R T S Hoots in Veh'et.Ve- have just received some in brown and '
We are making special low prices on all our line of blue

beautiful Iteadyto-Wear. All the late models. Prices too Patterns that will satisfy jour particular longings in silks, You can't make any mistake in buying lace Hoots at
silk mixtures, madras and percales. As fast as their colors this time; they are always the best fitters and at present
mention. If want Dress just coma.and
to a -
numerous you will be their d e'uan d'/ they are the best s t)'I e. Come in and see the I latest and best
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i WOOL NAP 1ILANKKTH, full sire, heavy weight, white, gray, tnn, $1.05) quality .$L1U eluded In thU wile, ,
WOOl. NAP' MI.ANUinU' large double i bed rite, white gray and tan, 2.00 quality.9itiU. ,!) .
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WOOL NAP itl.ANKin'M; liertUUtul plain Colors rind fuiu-.V lilaltl_ !'i $t.oo quality.$2. SlIUAUtU'Uti ftxlt\ ) \>\tlH 11. i > 1111 " " ,, , ? : , : , , : : '\ 'Itll'ttlllt'M AM :
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{ (iKl( )") niltlHTMAB lltSINS.S! |: There j I. no death) The Iud \u tread I A lawyer could accent his preaching sweet comfort ever went to him and
The handsome stocks of Christmas Shall change beneath the summer Mini I the way ha ttmrhntl| his fact came away dUappdnted.

goods: displayed for the last fwl golden showersTo grain or mellow fruit, a* u model. I have sat at hU feet, I'1 I "Two year ago the 19th day of
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f. W1IItOFPffFkNOWS weeks l II y local merchant have t been Or ralnUw-tlnted, Utwert. listened and 1 learned lie WAIl A treat: tact February the thaditw of death

almost exhausted and the lent Christ ,light nf the 1'renltyterlan" church) hr.Stagg's rroieil. our threshold, broke' our family
man business. .. poiulble 1 I. by There III I no death! The leaven may
reported fall, i universal Information! and circle, anti rohlwl. u* of our Char
all. The (l1 flower may fall and pan knowledge of civil and Internationallaw He boy. It wa hi* tender, ympa.
'. away; (, wa astounding, remarkable. The thetas hand that held 1 mine while he
.LARGE: NTMIIKH; AT FUNFIi.tt.1'liSTtIthA : ". Thev only wait through wintry hour I congregation laced l Dr. Htatrtr. A Into
The coming of the May. whispered my ear word of
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Dally Budget Of Items Concerning \ Dimple. but' lofty soul hAil gone( to a comfort and consolation and tried to
There U no death! An angel form I'I"'hlch*has been awaiting him soothe the anguish of my heart.

The Town And Rollins College Many FrKnd of Lat. J, U. Magrud, Walk tread o'er the earth with silent for a long time I|I "It has been said that only those

Jr. Paid last Respects to He bears our bestloved things away; B. Ileacham delivered a short address who travel long distance and bear
Ills MrmoryA And then we call them "dead." aa a few word of appreciationfrom many hardships ever reach the real 1

BOY SCOUTS AMI CAMP .FIRE I IC.IULS GOOD WORK ON PAVINGThe a business man. This il i: the .. treasure of life If real treasure
large number of friends of the He leaves our hearts all desolate; saddest occasion that has befallen
I ever
of life
I paving force is still at work on He nlurks our fairest, sweetest mean friends and friend: ip,
late
J.
B. Jr. the
Magruder, attended me, he said. I knew him bet-
flowers then Dr. Stagg possessed them to
Christ ; an
Last the Interlachen
evening community avenue and is rapidly
nias tree was the scene of a prettI"and 1 transforming that handsome residence funeral of the latter yesterday fore Transplanted into bliss, they nowAdorn ter than any one else in Orlando. I eminent degree, for no one knew him
noon. and were present at both thePresbyterian immortal Lowers. saw the man as a MAN. I feel as but to love him.
interesting exercise, given by the street into a well paved thoroughfare '
church where
and
grave, though I had sustained lossa
a great
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local Camp Fire Girls under the di- ; the equal of any in Winter the last words which Born unto that undying life "I pray that his mantle may fall
rection of their guardian, :Mrs. Len- + !Park. A good stretch of the twenty- were spoken They leave us but to come again; brother. Not only was Dr. Stagg a upon Dr. McConnell's shoulders, that
consigned the remains to the earth. With joy we welcome them-the same great preacher, but he was a great his death be benediction
t i may a to this
The ceremonial dance four foot has
fest. given by paving already been
Deceased had a wide acquaintance Except in sin and pain. asset to Orlando in a business
way. church and
blessing to the
the the most novel number I down. a commun-
girls was |put
among all classes of people and was No man could speak of Florida in a
the evening's And ever near us, though unseen, ity in which he lived.
on program. esteemed by all who knew him. He The dear immortal spirits tread; more beautiful manner than Dr. 'Servant of God. well done,
the exercises given by CONCERT BY WINTER PARK
Following made friends easily and with peopleof For all the boundless universeIs Stagg. You have lost a great pastor Rest from thy loved employ,
the Camp Fire Girls. Winter Park BAND TONIGHT all in hence life-there are no dead! The battle fought, the
standing life when his -I have lost a chum. I loved him. i I j victory won,
Boy Scouts, troop No. 1, took the cen- The Winter Park bank will give a death was announced there was sin-!i j Enter thy Master's joy.'"
ter of the stage, and, pitching a min- concert tonight at the Christmas tree cere sorrow expressed, this feeling The Knights of Pythias were in Jos. L. Guernsey spoke in tributeto The Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, pas-
charge of the services at the ceme- Dr. Stagg as a friend. So personaland
iature went through a numberof tor of the Baptist church, delivered
camp in the park and it is expected that a bring more concretely expressed in a
tery, and the pall bearers, from the appealing was Mr. Guernsey'seulogy
stunts, including signaling by sem- brief address which
large crowd will be out to enjoy the the many floral offerings which were was comfortingand
officers of the lodge, were N. P. Yow- that there was scarcely a per-
and Morse first aid filled with
aphone systems music. sent friends, and which lofty gems of thought.
work, and other features of woodcraft covered by the completely ell, J. T. Dale, 11. O. Rogers, H. Clark son in the large audience who could Following his address the congrega-
made
new grave.In Robertson, W. P. Gwynne, and Clarence control his feelings and emotions."It .
WINTER PARK NOTES beginning, Dr. McConnell spokeof tion sang a hymn, "God of Our Fathers -
is with
Both of these local organizationsare the Johnson. almost unspeakable sad- ," one of Dr. Stagg's favorite
distress of
deep every one over ;Mrs. Emma F. Voorhees, of Woos- ness," said Mr. Guernsey, "that I at-
doing fine work under the direct Judge and Mrs. Henry Stoddard, of the terrible loss of hymns. Then Dr. Poulson pronouncedthe
so splendid a man,
t ter, Ohio mother of Mrs. James B. tempt to talk to you this afternoon.
tion of and Mrs. Lenfest and the .
Mr. benediction.The
New Haven, Conn., are the that at such nothing
among saying a time
t I Magruder, Jr., arrived in the city at "Dr. Stagg was unique in personal
exercises last served show
1 evening to I prominent winter visitors who have could bring comfort and hope save the speakers who paid tribute to
noon yesterday and is with her daughter. in character, in
which preaching .
appearance
in Dr.
a slight degree the progress recently registered at the New Semi- word of God in whom is our trust, Stapg's memory were so over-
they are making. nole hotel. our refuge and our strength. After and in practice. He did not appeal whelmed with emotion and love that

reading from the Scripture, and a I to the emotions and prejudicesof oftentimes they had difficulty in con-
Mr. J. B. Lawton, Jr., arrived in men, but rather to their intellects
FUN ON THE CAMPUS
trolling themselves. It
Even now that the novelty;; has prayer, "Jesus, Lover of My Soul"was was a sub-
Orlando afternoon to
Monday was a rather quiet day ,partly worn off the "jitney" service sweetly sung by Mrs. F. M. Ald- I yesterday see and judgment. lime service and exemplified as no
with the people who are the folks and enjoy a couple of days. "He did not claim to be perfect other means could have done the devotion
young between Maitiand, Winter Park, and redge, Miss Elizabeth Branham, -
; ing the holidays on the spend-\\Orlando, the busses continue doing ter Drennen, and Donald Cheney wal-I' himself, and he knew that you and I and loyalty of hundreds of

s Rollins. Although there are a good business.Mr. Dr. J. F. McKinnon, a warm TRIBUTE PAID TO DR. STAGG'S were not. He did preach a perfect people to one who has passed into the

few people on the campus during the the Magruder family, a I MEMORYContinued Saviour, salvation through him, a Great Beyond.
holidays they are managing to have blessed hope of Heaven, and immor-1 j
: and Mrs. J. E. Miller and fam- prayer.
M t a very jolly vacation. Quite a number ily spent Sunday visiting at the homeof Dr. McConnell followed this with a ( from page 1)) tality beyond the grave. I I' For fine fruit cake and Christmas

: of delightful affairs have already his brother, H. S. Miller, at Orlando -! short talk, telling of the grief of the character made an appeal to me in a "I had a friend who lived up in the goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try

been enjoyed, and a number more will returning to Winter Park in' the entire community, and of the Presbyterian -'I remarkable manner. I was blessed in Berkshire hills of New Hampshire..t some of our, genuine old fashioned
be staged before the vacation is over. I II afternoon. congregation and Sunday |knowing him. Though a leader has who told me that when he was born, fruit cake at 25c. and 40c. per pound.

) I school, of which the deceased had fallen his inspiration lives on. and perhaps for centuries before, 12-23-6te S
ATTENDING TilE "MOVIES" G. II. Jones and W. A. Baird have been such a faithful member. In I I Mrs. F. M. Aldredge then sang a there stood a big, gigantic sugar 'I

F Since the advent of the night bus arrived in Winter Park from War- speaking of the noble qualities that [I'solo, "Face to Face," in a comfort- maple tree on his father's farm, the !'! Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.

service between Winter Park and Or- ren, Ohio, and are stopping at the had so endeared him to his asspciates, ing manner. birds of the air making their nests in :i I
lando numbers of people are taking New Seminole hotel. i i Dr. McConnell emphasized the roy- I' Judge J. M. Cheney spoke! on behalf its branches, the holes in its trunk :. Dr. C. W. Fain

advantage of the opportunity to,visit I!:alty of such manhood, and the feeling of the congregation. Our heartsare had been the abode of squirrels for i DENTIST

i the "movies" each evening in the City Col. Hovey, of Orlando, was a visitor that there is so much to be thankful I{ so full, he said, that words are years, and that the beasts of the field Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.
i Beautiful. in Winter Park for a short time ( for in the pure life and high ideals of ,meaningless. When Dr. Stagg used to come and lie down in its commodious I. WINTER PARK. FLA.
yesterday afternoon. so splendid a character and closed by preached his first sermon here it was shade and rest, that the body
Hit TUPPEK AT TilE BAPTIST I quoting the lines so expressively to me a revelation. t have heard of that tree was marked and scarred !
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CHURCH "Casey" Driver of Orlando spent! beautiful t Henry Ward Beecher Phillips Brooks where he and other boys had cut and The SHEPHERD
A large audience gathered at the yesterday afternoon visiting local but for me Dr. Stagg could teach me J"bored it for sweetness and had never Fancy Grocer

Baptist church Sunday morning to merchants. I There N no death! The tare go down more In one sermon than they could been disappointed.! Winter Park Florida"

hear fir Kerr Boyce Tupper, whose To rise upon nome fairer nhoret ever do. A wonderful man preachedto "I liken Df. Btaft to this great We wish you all a MeraJrAmas.. and

.sermon proved very interesting and ttoliins College will reopen heat And They bright shine In forever heaveh'i more jeweled crown, you from the pulpit-it was!' an in'tellectual sugar. maple t tree, tor no one in troti Happy New Year.

helpful. Tuesday, January 4. I feast! to hear him preach. .Me of distress! or necking. .solace and f. W. BllEPiiEtttt: :

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lies@mhcr :21, 1013 $023,187,31: December) :21, 1010 . . ,2,833:):) December) 21, IOU $708.810,00J@umbtr

:21, 1012: 02,276,1.1: : r Derimber :21, 1012 . . . 428 December! 21, IOU 177,260,71

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: START 1916 RIGHT J! their appreciation of the confidence, friendship and patronage FOR 1916 BE PATRIOTIC

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

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

i of approximately $350,000 of Orlando and Orange

t County securities .
I. and to

t encourage the citizens and business interests by loaning them, .

upon approved security, virtually a half million dollars. .
F f. May the New Year bring to you a just proportion of benefits. .

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; ittJ--- Taking their most intimate friendsby FavoriteTODAY'S

I I (ManilaMARRIED) Miss surprise Dasia Mathers Dr. Herbert motored A. Smith to Kis-and u "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" f ftt

simmee Sunday afternoon and were PROGRAM "
"NO ONE TO GUIDE HIM"A : .
married. Very few friends were onto .. ,
special two reel Keystone, featuring .!' 17.1' ; )
IN NEW YORK with silver over the skirt. The low
it that the '
I the secret, as was thought S yd. Chaplin."PROBATION" *
The following article from the New tulle corsage over blue was crossed marriage would take place some time iws ...:..-. 'I'''r.* -J ))

York Times, Thursday, December 23, with wide silver ribbons. Her picturehat in the near future at the home of the A Majestic one part drama. ..PRj :.0....... VZJ.'xss /
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"FOR HIS PAT" ,
will be of interest to many Orlando of black silk beaver had black bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ II. Reliance. .-_, **- .'&\ <", i//
JtrTSf- > ,
people. Mr. Lewis Stanton Paten, son ostrict plumes, and her flowers were Mathers.Mr. C'I Don't miss this Keystone, as it was i> t ,, ;j.$ .. u.;g/
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of Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Palen, of pink roses. and Mrs. Smith have a large the last two reeler released on'the ,-' o'<,.I..._:.... ... .ts.:; "
Orlando, who reside at 501 Magnoliaavenue Mr. Palen's best man was Leonard number of friends in the city among Mutual program. 1- .).Pf 'ry'i .-;. .
is now in Orlando with his I Webb, and the six ushers,were Gar the younger set, all of whom will be FIVE CENTS TO ALL II :j': -tr.J'' i.I.. < ... ni1'i"

bride and will remain here for some 'diner I Dresser, Francis Joannes, Rob- exceedingly pleased to extend them II fi..t'4 ; t '
Manchuria. I I ert E. Hempstreet, John McAdam, At five o'clock on Christmas after- . : !
t time before returning to !I I the season's congratulations. The .. 'I.'"" ,.
Ezra B. Whitman, and Dr, C. Hendee bride is one of Orange county's accomplished noon, at the Baptist pastorium, Miss U _. z.,c.o -

Bride in Heirloom Lace-Miss Cooke I Smith. None except relatives and a young ladies, and her Olive Hansel, of Pine Castle, and Mr. .,- -
few intimate friends were asked to I Bonny B. Prescott were married by
Weds L. S. Palen in Cathedralof amiable disposition has won for hera
St. John the Divine I the ceremony, which was followed bya host of friends. The groom is the Dr. Edward T. Poulson. The cere- THE BEST GIFTS ON THE TREE will be articles of Jewelryfrom

small reception at the residence of son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Smith, mony was a very quiet one. this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose
The marriage of Lewis Stanton the bride's aunt, Mrs. J. Horace Hard- -0.-
and is the genial proprietor of the D your gifts and let us lay them aside for you.
Palen of Harbin, Manchuria, China,
ing, 9555 Fifth avenue. Orlando Pharmacy on Church street. The New York Infirmary for Women .
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Palen, Mr. and Mrs. Paten will sail at the lie is popular and has a wide and Children has recently received -
of Orlando, Fla., and Miss Laura very ALLEN & JEWELERS
end CO.
of January for Manchuria, where circle of friends. a beautiful tablet as a memorial ,
Humphreys Cooke, a daughter of Mrs. Mr Paten is with the Manchuria Development Dr.
The happy*couple returned to Orlando to Emily Blackell, who with
Henry 0. Cooke, of 201 West Mighty company.I'ltEttY and spent the remainder of the her sister Elizabeth t; founded the hos- Ib
seventh solemnized at 4 id.1WlfH
street! was
afternoon with relatives and friends, o pital. ,rnt-t i
d'clock yesterday afternoon in the
ttttLtHtt S'S CANTATAtiefore leaving bit the Forth bound CoastLine I I -=u.=-
Cathedral of fit; John the Divine onMorhliigside
bf train Sunday evening for points tr: and Mrs John 8 McEwan will
Heights, The a congregation many
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ceremoHy the West and East Coasts, including ehtettaiA oh P>iilay evening at theif
took place l in the thancei of the lathe hundred at the Methodist'! t'ttuth l Htln* Btt TUB NB\V 1EAUtn
Key West to spend their hoheyNOIKK attractive! hums on youth Orahge) are!
dfah I there of white day Hlght 'ChrMmai'! Ifl Japan, art
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vases
were !ver jmir house wih a new tlti4' ef
Fes@s en the high altar, and Iti!'hep I I l tlfally directed by Mios llottda fObn. hue with the first of eerie:* ef dm twq paint, \\n have just l F@'@ired.a fre Arthur Lloyd And the! Htv, Henry Howard, was pfe<>ented by fifty {chit =@=:::3 nor Il'Fties!, Htftk\ uf high gfdde paints' tula, vary
iU'm'r\( ; (OP) INItillhHT; r ni.he @tca and Brp. spiling. them at
dfen ef the
Methodist
Lylteek, ef the Church of ;?ion and 1 Ht, Sunday pt'hQ61'1
On New Year's! memhpFq af the !surprisingly\ \ low prices! N) longer
Timothy, Atfiiciat@d I I'rhe costumes were very pretty the iii there any tueuse for delaying yeur
The bride were her mother's wed* I stage scenery was dainty and I some* I Ive! firmly will gather round the dm painting, 'A coat of paint now will
GRANDI
ding gown of white satin, yellowed what elaborate, and the musjo was nor\ tah#@ at the home ef Mft and Mrs!* x save two coats later
I p, E, Ivea, gp, On Christmas daytwentythree
delightful The words clever
from age, with II' square train, I startIng were
members} of the I family'
at the waist and draped in flat and originally composed by Miss
pannier effect at the hips, The en* Howard, The little folks threw their partook of the Christmas turkey at / Orlando Palnl & Wall Paper C*
the home of Mr. and Mrs. V, T,
tire front of the skirt was veiled witha personalities into the production and 205 5, Or.n&1 Avenue
Scruggs M, n, Ivea and Miss Eunice j
made it The I I I
triple apron of old point lace, also a decided success Phone 261
yellow with age, and which was worn Maraca orchestra played, as did Mr, Ives on Gore avenue COLEMAN & KHAN

by the bride's mother and grandmother Wade on the pipe organ. Mr, Moore - .
also rendered violin solo. The The Young Peoples Branch of the
The low cut corsage was of point a can-
lace, in fichu effect, with long ruched tata carried out the idea of American VV. C, T. U. of Conway will serve a Jesse L. Lasky Presents

sleeves of tulle, and around one arm, children in Japan at Christmas time chicken supper Tuesday evening from
6 to 8 o'clock, at the home of the FANNIE WARD
who attended CAREY HANDFUNERAL
near the shoulder was a band of pale a Japanese cherry blos-
president. Miss Fern Huxtable. The
blue ribbon, the "something blue" ev- som festival. The theme was pleas- In a Thoroughly Exciting
ing and was closely followed the remaining evening hours will be spent
ery bride is supposed to wear for by
making decorations for float for the
good luck. The old family point lace 'audience. Prominent parts Hn the fair. a Photoplay, DIRECTORAND

veil was arranged low at the back, cantata were assumed by Lois Ped- THE CHEAT."
with a frill and held with clusters of rick, Laurina Daylen, Virginia Quigg -0- EMBALMERAll
orange blossoms, and the lace plaited Manley l>Duckworth Grady Howard, The Sunday! school at Highland Miss Ward's wonderful work in

back at the neck, fell in shawl pointsover Donald Helms, and Evelyn Buckmas-, Grove chapel 1 will give a Christmas this
entertainment Tuesday evening, December picture places her in the
the train. She carried white ter. Following the cantata every
roses and lilies of the valley. Sunday! school boy and girt received a I 28, beginning at 7 o'clock. foremost ranks of the world's calls answered Promptly Day

The bride's only attendant was her pretty box of candy. Candy pull and sale of candy follow.
ing the entertainment Come out and greatest actresses.' Don't deny or Night. Hand Block. \
cousin Miss" Frances Humphreys. She I -0I -

wore a short skirted frock of pale I j I The Meltith Club will hold its first nil up the little chapel. yourself", the pleasure of seeing

blue satin edged with silver ribbon, meeting on Thursday afternoon at -0- Orlando Florida.PHONE
The Fortnightly Club will meet on thin Muper-att radlon! I .
with an overdress of pale gray tulle "Ilee-gl-woo-che, with Mrs. Woodruff I
Wednesday Cth Instead of
January ,
,.falling In puffed oval leaves edged as hostess. 639. KESIUENUPOONE 457,
Wednesday of this week, and its
"" members will be entertained Mrs.S. .
4-M-.r. . . . . . . . , . . " " MMMMIMMM* by
E. hell, Jr., at the home of her
10c. 15c.THE .
sister, Miss Julia Chapman, on Grace

street. 1"1"1" " " . , . , .
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Mrs. Josiah Ferris has as her

guest at her home, 504 South Lake

street, Miss Annie Holmes, of Tampa,
LUCERNE : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
who will spend the week in Orlando,
\ returning home about Sunday.

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40X350.00 Owing to the death of James B. TODAYSee
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Magruder, Jr., the Christmas celebra- .
tion of the Presbyterian Sabbath

school, which was to have been held
$ today, will not take place. Them Again!

"HAPPY NEW YEARAXD SANDERS' ONE-RING CURTIS .& O'NEAL

THANKS! CIRCUSand

Insurance Real Estate
Loans
We, the following carrier boys of

the Sentinel, wish to publicly thankour POSING DOG.

many patrons for the many pres- Rentals
Why spend your money for pictures -
ents and good wishes which they gave

us at Christmas time. During the alone when you can see

coming year we will do our best to
F Ford r Touring Cu get you the.papef on time and keep it some of the finest acts in vaude.

from the rain and wind. We hope \ille at no extra expense

you had a Merry Christmas and we

hops you will have a Happy New' t tTAIIUHKO Ml I

Year. (Signed) USUAL RUN OF GOOD PIC-
OnrORD SELLERS.; ;
FRED PHILLIPS. TunES
'ARCIIIE
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ORLOFF MeGRiW

DONALD )(eKA y, 5c "Same Little Prices"' IOcTHAT

Car is in almost perfect FRANCIS GRE8HAM t

JESSIE LANTZ.

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Shock absorbers,
SAXON SIX $785.00F.

seat covers, electric

lights O. B. DETROITWe


NEW% KODAK

have been appointed distributors for central

Florida for this wonderful car. We will have in two car

loads before January 1st, and want everybody in Orlandoto

ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon is
We are always glad to give the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings

assistance Kodakers throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather
to in
II I.I W. PHILLIPS &SONS S upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile.
taking good pictures. Films Let us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous

Reo Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride
developed and printed in in them also. For high class, long life and hard work

210 S. Orange Ave. one day. Reo and Saxon.PALMS.

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Distributors for

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our phenomenal Christmas selling has leftus 0

with a large quantity of Fancy Articles,

Handkerchiefs, Oddments, Short Ends, etc., etc.

WHILE THEY LAST

These will go on sale at Special Discount Pri-

ces. We emphasize a few. .

Toilet and Manicure Sets 25 per cent off
.A few fancy Linens and Pillow Tops 20 per cent off
All Fancy Parasols 15 per cent off
"Kayser" Silk Undervests 50 per cent off
Hemmed Stitched and Embroidered: > for 3.5 ,
Handkerchief* regular 25c each .. C

Regular 3Se each 25 cts. E EOf EACH

Orlando's first showing Men's Tub and Crepe de Chine Silk
Shirts Just arrived. Should have been here for the '
Christmas trade. Positively the ( 00- fljl '
'S est of the new for early spring new$4$ $$5) JUf!) J/)/ .
MEN'S NECKWEAR. Also just arrived. John Davids first 0
showing of the newest in Spring Ties P$ PCMTQ
and Cravats' *-**-* ULll 10


\ THE WIND UP OF OUR -' .

SILK SALE

36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors, including 7 9
black, regular $1.00 quality for CENTS
All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine, all colors, including 89 .
black, regular $1.25 quality for CENTS
36 inch Kimona Silks, dainty floral effects 49 .
CENTS
on colored grounds, reg. 69c quality
36 inch Pure dyed Chiffon Taffeta in all $1 oo
colors, reg. $1.35 quality for -

WOOL GOODS .

45 inch All Wool French Poplin, range of colors 98c
regular $1.25 value, for only .
42and45 inch Shepherd andFancy Checks, regular 49c
65c value, for only
The famous eila" All Wool IT
Tennis Clot. Fine range U. S Price 68c
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KNOWLEDGE.:

FOR SALE I SIDELIGHTS There! U an elJ-naylng thai "What ROBINSON & DIARDALLATTOHNEY.AT.LAW .1.111..1.1..11..1

TO SETTLE AN ESTA'IB I !Yv l W. t4, llmnrh. vnu do not Know will not Hurt yeu.'
This U but part true. Per every day
lieAtitlful, ,, Stone ft@eldenee< eon. [
AND SUPPLiES
I - - to learn, mere and tflml ) CAMERAS[
neglect
'that you No. 4 NV@t Pine,. Sret
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pitting pf 0 llmtm. Hath, Plwiilng ChMen The 'I""I'A TIII'IIIII "aye, t'lIn nut ,new things, you t\l1M l l back, I .
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the sheet from
Inn ranched (lie lioUi'M uf I'rpgre", t take sway four
voile I'hont" KU
Yard, unit about' \ \1)(\) fruit trw"i
to wilt within
wp have Jut room pimueh dally day, and the roulhllll
t 1B
moiily nil In liming! I.ut i I hAt we hate fureutten t tQ write the vms, for .lining greater thing. You
200, Only 14 t Mark" from lake ,dilly hint admit the Hltnr1 ett( >rklng trample upon the latent Rnerjjle Ansco Camerus $2 to $25
tarerne, quiet t. Maul) location Mug. liiith riiimnntlinm and| easily aptCMsll.le within you that ate fairly pawing (heminil DAVIS & GILES
Inquire nt lift:! KrneiUnn: Rt. orW . ,'' We were under the In*. i", pet t into action and accentJitlah and
tl< PALMfclti$ Adm'r* AnuUNeVM.At.LAU Htiwkeyc *. $2 $3
|l.tt'ulol1. (hut the illiiif or (the Trltitliitt fomtthlng,

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the !Ilttt! Jttry tiUtitftith| bi- the! tloWh- tF khfW it all.\! MeVP' hU I hlstUFjf6f loom( 5, ri, id(= Fllma for all Cameras:
1Spiltello lH-tnMiihiule! !tuba! All HI nhd (lots he t! Wbrftl hut; it ) h"!+Jf tB at-! lltivla A Mt'Neill' Bltl'

Mil WMF fritlttF tttte lint link ItiFFnwbd, HlffiUlttt@ fcFiewlwl1' rdw: A few and Kodak
JWieFHtM( MHk-Mlttf to liftH#t{ Up fUF tiRRhl4! will liuy FpiaFP4 Umt 8I
COI'NotH !=itl lit: ft:w rpiiFi: apfl \i IP. ha.1\. only by;
(Not sold/ in blare/ 0) =8= the wealthy BF @rtijF}t@11 1. Victor StarbueU
Wear\ a Corset\ made\ to fit yen, The Ftoritto Citrus Hnhange} i H faing I -- i.earn: uRit. NJW; f:vary Itay: WE DO DEVELOPING
Ask form\ tiemonstration, I wmf! firt flaM Rill\ !rlNlntr in This is an fif the waving ef ?TTiPNEY( :TtV\
Eend postcard to same pf the roftt prominent fojy\ | piperi many ,.ooh pa Fasting I1f many
snit monthly fnagajne pf the inventions J at' pf the slacking' pf Phone 161 I II

Mrs V ft P Busltirh,I North- 1'sealedsweetn| j ii an. attractive opport njt ,ever in. all) history __ __"__ __" _ __ _______ - ____H
Corset(ere #n catchy trade mark and.hat. have ther :n sp many go that if I No. 6 \Wt Pin( SI urlaqq, Ha
Orlando \\9 letter' yet, it tells the enticing you fail it and to grow, you have: :
308 Magnolia Aver truth about Florda citrus fruits. but yo- to blame. Knowledge is LUCERNE E PHARMACY

-alt mvakf and it permeates the very
is sometimes amusing: and some- air f .ose who will breathe it in
Oakland Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando times vexing these busy days at the hut ranee is a sleeping thing al- R. RAY WHITE :
WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
PHONE 2.
postoffice when most people are ina wa rmant.
and the is crowded to NEW day. ATTORNEY-AT LAW :
hurry room .n Something every Store.
When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug
see some ladies and frequently a man Knowledge systematically. Mapa Room 44
open his box deliberately and take course of reading and put down
out ten or twelve letters one at a a program the things you desire to i Watkin Block Orlando. Fla. :

time and read the address and post :complish. Definitely search for . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
mark of each one separately befo A'nowledfje wherever it may be had.
"Oakland cars are sold everywhere.'" 'locking the box and moving along! Then distribute it into every quarter
make room for those who are I that you are able, for in so doing Worthington Blackman 1 11111111I 11111111 II 1111111111111111111111111111111

real hurry. Knowledge reaccumulates. In new ATTORNEY-AT-LAW :
-OA forms it comes back to you as In- ,
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great number of mercha' are creased Knowledge. Phone 617 :
rI wishing the new papers woo now : START THE NEW
I it f (Rooms 13; and 14 Yowell-DucX)
take the f stmas "COPHAD SOME JOIJ.
I ui ul li ii up cry "Pay your THIS
bills early." worth Building. : RIGHTBy
Charles A. Livingstone, Irwin's YEAR

8 U DI THE BOY WITH A f .''CII! Pa., lone policeman, recently tenderedhis

resignation to the council, by letter Phone 72 :
A touching bit of tru was recently which reads:
INVESTMENTS the only
INCOME trading at exclusive -
written by a MisS editor that "I hereby tender my resignation as
YIELDING GUARANTEED should have a high place in your chief of police. I have been cheif Paul V. Hutchins :
in
Store
NET INCOME.BUILDING scrapbook if you ke one. The indo dog catcher health officer truant officer Cigar
. ')MATERIALS. dent is described r follows: and policed a population of about \ttorney and Counsellor at Law .

We sell everylhinft to build a "We met a litt fellow the other 10,000 living here and in adjacent I Orlando.

house and In buying all your day about 8 year ld who wanted to towns for three years. About every Davis & McNeil Bldg
material from one firm you sell us a mapaz :. and as he turned time I make an arrest some one triesto
ave the rash discount. away we notice a nice, neat patch on lick me. If it was necessary for ORLANDO, FLA.
his clothes, ri .t where patches usually me to use force I was arrested and ,
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trcTi"if iftra ?ttnit 2titfti I are on ) /' clothes. We called I convicted of assault'\ and battery. If i
him back a' bought the paper-because I killed H stray unlicensed'\ dog I was Dr. F. F. Thompson GOO) AND BAD lIuAKMUltL
:sssssssssssFOR of tl- patch. arrested for cruelty to animals. If inline li, ;
"When tr we flee a patch like that of duty I was found talking to a I

---- -- ------ we let f t Imagination po, and ran woman I was charged with Infidelity. Dentist 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. II. CvonMM
picture n womnna neat woman, Now you ran get some of the Smart .
of New York
SALE! with 0 rather tlrnl hut happy look; Aleck who claim they would police formerly

the I,'sitting I by a work table putting the town right for the Job at $MO a 115 SOUTH OUANCK: MMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMM*
i i 11'"'Ih on her little hoy's pant. She month."
M*' .ft to take great I pride In the work, The resignation wan accepted.IMI.OMUI'IIY. Over! Curtis & O'Nrnl'sDL
Two lots frontingon ntt HH she romen to he end of the
rr mild. Beam, the iroe slower R* If vhe Market Inc.
Colonial Drive ',,Uhptl, l to prolong' the ewupe to han Yancey Meat ,

the 1 the enrment. Then, niter biting What' the ue of llvln here without Putty PAID ur
East and Park: pelf the thread nhe. holds" them "I( R ,ache or pain .
"I'm' length with n look which only To make you port o' thankfu when T. A, YANCEY J,., Pro and Mir
Lake Bearing o lining lay them over A thai at the What's, the good' o' posies rllmbln'
tinge trees large little bed and tending over the little 'round y' everywhere I, H. HAMSDIUtkLANtO Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in Choice

fttetptr ahe nhnkei hP head, nnd alt11| Without *t't'd.t how y1 jlut how otOMUIUU Florida and! Western McatM
t live oaks Cornerlot 'tin you khnw gnu era A lot of ttoUlil putty poilei flirt ( I" tr..UMHIA.

$800. Inside lot little! luiy--.(iml! MOM! him.1 it thttell Whnt'i the Roml bf sunshine! with n lit ALL HINtm"' Or hltltt AUlrtUu HII\II\ sad.. art. of f h.,. 6rdFsPgfNtb '
I fthWer! Itt ) Hhil lhH! HUrdVU tidY lilt bf mitt "fll'ttf MRPMMINfISURVEYING
$700 Phono 507, ttti.1. must l Mesa" Ihs IH1U hay with 'ft set youf mul t1' ftltiRth1 when tU .. \\H( lutl".*!"'eE: tit t \ Cef, GfifiiilM,.0,101, iHd EArFih.. U,
tits Itnlti-and, Iluultllt'tt, ! McM! the Kill r'UHIM nut Htfrtittf-
or Inquire 108 Hill- lilliti ftluUIt'F+ whu put it enV'-U' Why" TCH fhtliM"' HHlllFK! HP MMhliKFy J

I81P 1 wOFt1(]!il| 8P "MdW Avenue
crest Willrnte) \ \ }' IMY tli( "llftwtly, !*"" n\\\\'
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n HOMVIA: I=1 Mn\'II( the \ttt+arty\ hale I'liillntf' and HiilNMviilintiWORh )

c= rlJlflln\ NewiTOAST : ::::::::cs111UUII1T : THE ALTAMONTE
W T I NTIIWAN Ta fHtvrU-tl its Irlilijitrl, MmARp ANn AI'GIIIATIi! ( : ( FI.ORIPA
tIFI4Nt: ) PONTRAPTOR( the tmineM men pf the United pynvRY NKKIW MtiN, AMAMONTB, PI'HINflS,
States, the repMMio! pf pivi4}< ) hmade r---- NOW OPENPe

fprIAINTINi we pf the movie, I fpur reds Wihif1gtAfh-WAr pf the ppa t HAL A. IRISHCivil sure ana take the delightful) 10 mile In utq ride frpm Orlando\ ,
I ( nE CmATINi( PTP, 'of Alms, showing the wealth, rPT and Ooedetic Purvey is seriously and see the "Peauty spot of &U 1 Florida." Pelightful hotel with
and business activities of that I Engin: 'r every modern improvement. f>OQ feet of broad pia; ;; sr overlookingtwo '
source because the Governmentdoes !
Phase' ZIT, handicapped lovely lakes, and over 40 acre in beautiful "*. Golf, Tennis
nation have been shown recently: to not meet the inducements to sea Roque, howling on the green, Billiard! and:! Pool) ball, Bowling: Alleys)
--- -- -------- commercial: organizations in the large men offered by the lumber, canningand 47 Watkln Hdgn! Orlando, Fla Boats Orange Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
eities of the United States. The attention to shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location delightful
Oakland Six |875 F. O. B. Orlando. fishing industries, according a patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), )Excellence of
of business men doing an er.port of the made public
report survey cuisine and service, and purest water in the south
busness has been called to this
tonight. GEO. E. BATES &: SON, Owner and Proprieters.
South American country in a forceful Additional appropriations are askedto F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER

manner. Reports say that exporters permit hiring better crews as wellas
have taken advantage of the new to provide new vessels particularly and CONTRACTOR

business field and are sending representatives ly work on the Pacific Coast. An Phone 37
to Bolivia. The moral of appropriation also is sought for
'" the feature is that it pays to adver- Dutch Harbor, Alaska, as a Govern- HotelOpen
"Oakland cars are sold everywhere. The Longwood
tise.-Richmond Palladium. ment supply base. During the past
year the survey discovered and charted L. Percival Hutton
NOVEL WAR ACTIVITY.The 3,404 shoals ledges and rocks. under new management. Special attention

DR. J. M. MASTERS[ separation of families on acale FRANCE LIFTS BAN ON TARTAR 57 Liberty. ARCHITECT St., New York, NA given Rates to auto$2.00 parties.and up, American. Special rates by the

unknown in the of
"< history warsis FOR U. S.
GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort : one of the by-products of the present McNeill-Davis Building. Orland week or month.

Orange, Florida conflict. Paris.-Upon the advice of Alex- Florida. Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.D. .
Thirty thousand of these scattered andre Ribot Minister of Finance, the l I A. MIDGLEY, Mgr.
Families have been reunited in west- Government has rescinded the decree Member F. A. A.

ern Europe according to Miss Kath- prohibiting the exportation to the
Devoted to treatment, Nose,
erine Kellog an American girl, who United States of crude tartar and its
Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor has worked with the bureau. The I by-products which are used to a .
means employed was an index and large extent in America for bread S.S.JonesChiropractor
and successful
scientific filing systm established in Paris. raising. In ordinary years these articles -
treatment. Geneva and Lyons.I I are exported to the United
would seem as easy to dip up the States to the value of 1800000.
ocean with a teaspoon as to bring 30.
MOTHERS OF BABIES PLEASE
Howard's Studio on the Avenue 000 lost babes and mothers together.Yet So far there has been no outburstof
la., Col-
wishes to thank you very kindly for is has been done largelyUirough popular demand for any upusual Graduate of Davenport,
responding so generously to the call the devotion and perseverance precaution to be taken on the ship lege.
for babies for fair exhibit. You Old u4 e&e:tfi't t
the I 1tlu liynt W wt78a w.'tch atoms 011. doh ttbeeoma
of women.If that Von Papen embarked on and the h ID.-L
and enoe sb ;
loaded the
have done fine. You have Specialist on Nervous m tee., J .ow+P.u,Ln :=s recd Gf these c1ot1a the bat sad eEupntDsaht
studio up so that it will take until one that will carry Captain Boy-Ed /rRI Cori.theelaterrprereatermtottemieboa
Chronic Diseases.4th tad out
the week after Christmas to get the war goes on, gasoline will go home. __ .b: all metal ndacaoWoan
ready for more. Please do not bring up on account of the demand for it 1M,allY,..climate....,..0- W=iht.Jalatraerw.M+.. ...aU.e DlctSoe.rref--1: l'ia&toc JIwtoJr"
babies for the fair until theWednesday 3 ia b...1dennwben ill U. =kclUCllwJ,35tp(9w/
your after Christmas. end thenwe for army use, and if the war stops Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax dam Floor, Y. D. Building erl.....leolayekatedlkteadr W Cw.lseG3t ).
will be glad to run the free proposition gasoline will go up because it is bouillon. for sale at all leading gro- 3-IN-OIy ,,..OIL.GOMPANYf1.D Gan
tVs. Yoae
Cohoon Co.. Orlando A/MAO AN!
for a short time longer. Due wanted for peace uses. s. Packing Phone 209
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ORLANDO CONCRETE IN TilE INTEREST OF VOLU8IA CHALMERS CARS ARE SELLING
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( 407 Song St Phone 495 Freeman V. D-. Phillips, agent for
)Ir. W II. fichooley spent yesterday the Chalmers cars, recently sold a "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

In Orlando In the Interest of the "Six-50" to W. M.\ Glenn, editor of .

Contractor for AH Classes of Voluida County Fair. Mr. W. R. the Sentinel Mr. Phillips hat already !-
O'Ntft!, president of the Five County disposed of several Chalmers
Concrete Huildlnga. All of the "Six-40" type and expects to I "Unless Budded
Fair, held at Orlando l immediatelyafter f i'+ Y a+
Work First Clam make other sales III noon ai he can dI r ,/;' iA y
the Volusia fair' has agreed to I
get the cars. The Little Six la one of
Also Manufacturers of go halves and get the government exhibit from
the popular cars now on the market, Bearing
of roads with
Concrete Building Blocks of every good government and Mr. Phillips should have a big
expert lecturers for both fairs. To 'I
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design' demand for them.
White Posts
Way ,
get this exhibit it is necessary to pay
! Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn the freight both ways, the govern- SWEDES HOLD UP 12.500 PACKAGES I trees of akhownQuantity
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Benches, Art Work, Vaces of ment taking care of the experts!!, who FOR ALLIES

any size or design, Walks, Steps, accompany it. The total bill will be
in the neighborhood of $90 so it is
Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. Berlin.-Advices from Stockholm and
made easy for both fairs to have this
Building Blocks Faced with most interesting and instructive ex report that in pursuance of the Swed
ish government's decision to hold rr
Granite Coquina, Gravel or hibit.-DeLand News. up
any,other material..Call and see parcel post packages passing. through Quality of Pro
Sweden to from '
or England in retaliation I
samples. FIRST VISIT IN FOURTEEN
YEARS for the removal by British au-
thorities from steamships of packages
for Sweden, 10,000 parcels from duction.-.0.W.
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Mr. Allan T. Howard, who is connected
Plans and Estimates Made
England for Russia are being held at .
with the Shapleigh Hardware
Gothenburg At Haparanda it is said :
company, of St. Louis, Mo., is in Orlando
; 2,500 packages are being detained. Conner.Trees .
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on a to parents and -
sisters Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Howard,
Mrs. W. K. Shine, and Miss Mary FOR SALE CHEAP like these will work fur you while you sleep. They can't b.
Convincedas 'Howard. This is his first visit to this 70 at'res'lr ln pine land, just off grown overnight; It takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW
brick road and fronting for half a
city in fourteen years and he thinks mile on the southeast side of a benutlful <
"y he the transformation that has taken lake, not far from Orlando. $75
stood by"the sick contractor, 1 can place In Orlando during that time Is land at $:'iO per acre for an immediate
cure"What you.will It cost," asked the sick simply marvellous. He has many buyer 12-18-Gto Address! Hot 640, NOW Two years nJto in their advertising mid by notunl demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

man faintly friend here who are giving him H NURSERIES, ; began to educate the! public M to what really constituted n renl, firstdimsmirncry \

"You"Ninety will'Ove have dollars to shade your pricea cordial Welcome MILL I'lfHIl( IIOAI) \\OHK( tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown In our tent graves! whnt could be ncenmiillslietl -

little," relied the contractor "I 1 by planting tress as they tin grown in our nurseries begun! to call for, yen! DE-;
got ft ", from the undertaker" KIH.HIMMIT.; : i'ioi'ii.:() ; mivii; : ; ) J. It, Copeland, the Alabama MANU tiws thnt
werv properly propatfate, l TODAnurseries
the peclnllt" stood pat on his price that have not been in @xI"tlltll't -
ami his competitor pot the joli, Pavlllt{ rumpHhy, which has. the contract Ave\ : )
.. yearn, nrt clamoring "I'KDIGllKKD"I for their, strong cult In
We! are uppclnlliti' in our line of Many KU lmmi>' ,people; were sad f I. to build the three miles. of brick nursery proaue
cork and military( ronditiuna Prevail d nd to hear thin. week (if the deathof road from the city limits of 1\1ilolm-! tlon. What would YOU do in their place Mr. Planter' Why of course you would sell your

,It Ide will. pay you to stay on the sate! Allis Httllie Taylor, office nurse in meet to the Orange county line, was trees and adopt the surest method( Hut you are a IIUYKH, not a SELLER, and YOU AUK

the office of fir t,, W. Person, of Or. a visitor in the city Saturday Mr. Interested In the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
I"ntl.h.. .- died on Wednesday and Copeland! says that the work of build!, time and! money to bring$ It Into bearing ? '
Orlando he( news of her l> death was a shock} log this road! U In the hands! of Mr. Then do not be mislead! by claims Intended for that
alone
purpose but buy trees where
to }her many frlenda her. A large GiUUpie, who will push the work aa your
Steam number of persona in this city re* rapidly as possible,=-Kissimmee Val you are absolutely afe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators
Laundry member }her many kindnesses and her ley Gazette. of proper practices! In propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

FRENCH DRY CLEANFRSLAUNDERERS especial rare to them when they were Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of It.

in Pr Person's office for treatment. HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor Shamel's

PHONE 88 Kissimmee Valley Gazette. work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
Miss Evelyn Spencer, daughter of
Nay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the
fifteen to
SUPREME COURT WILL HOLD thirty cents In
-- --- --- -- Dean and Mrs. Lucien Spencer, of
SPECIAL EXAMINATIONSIN this city, is being heartily welcomed comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

S. Helen Graves JANUARYThe home by the school girl set. Miss

Spencer is a student at the Cathedral
HAIR AND FACE SPECIALIST Florida supreme court has derided school in Orlando and has returned

Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial, to hold a special examination, for the holiday season.-;Miami Met- .L Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
Cody Massage and Scalp treatments, beginning Tuesday morning, Januaryt tropolis.
given under modern scientific princi 191G of applicants for admission
to practice law in the courts of this SPECIAL INVESTMENTThe
ples. My treatments have given sat- \V. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine Florida.
t factory results. Appointments can state. Those desiring to take said
t be made by phone No. 679. Hours 9 examination will have the opportunity ideal Investment is one that

to 12 a.m.; 1 to 6 p.m. of doing. so by complying. with (yeilds income a investor.guaranteed and net the income.builder,The by G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
the rules of the
I court, copies of which consulting Cook & Co. (Christ build ,
I'AICLORSYoweU.urkworth may be had upon application to the too), will receive information as to
Building clerk of the supreme court at Talla investments and materials which will

a Room No. 1 Orlando. Floridaf hassee. prove furnished of value.free. Plans and M2-10-7tc estimates. ..t. . . . . O..t.O.'I. . .. . . . . . ."* . . .1. . . II.I..II. . . .

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$3000.00
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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 r, '
young orange trees good )horse., buggy

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

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WANTEDWANTED II

H R. BERRYA ,
-Ford touring car cheap
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for cash; also one Ford touring
body complete, in good condition. i,
Answer quick. Box fit: Orlando Fla. i
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1:-22-tf I r r. complete line of Ford Acces-

t WANTED-Want to buy a small sories; a staff of expert mechanics !!
house and lot; also a vacant lot; I FOR SALEA
must not be far out; price must be to render satisfaction in all ,
right. Address A. B. C., care Senti I Just
nel. 12-18-tf 0 lines of Automobile Repair
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WANTED-By a white woman posi-I Real Estate Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
tion as cook, matron, fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

housekeeper. Addres L. E. M114 ---- - Gasoline, and fair and square

East Concord avenue. 12-24-Gt TRACY & SOMEUX'ILLF-Carpenters -_ prices. S. West St. $2300. (
j LOST and cabinet makers Screen r
jI jI I i doors and windows, frames, sleeping
counters, shelving, show l *
porches
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LOST-Small faced watch on
open alteration and i
Lake Lucerne and the j cases, refrigerators
pin, between .
For Nine
We keep number of YearsWe
additions a
.. Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. 1.. on ,
= := = I skilled workmen consUu.tly on band.
- Bank and
back. Return to Orlando
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FOR SALE Trust Co. and receive reward. 18 East Church street 12-2-lmo have been in business at the C.A.HOVEYAdvertise

11-3-tfc NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I rrake
same location, Corner of South
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, MISCELLANEOUS a sr -ialty of deeds, mortgages,
practically new, nice condition, with leases, contracts etc. Price very 1 ea- Main and Church Streets.
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees roses sonable. Mrs.\ II. B. Leake, 45 East
Lake Eola GEO. T. HULL CO. Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc
and shrubbery; near ; very i Phone 226
desirable location. $4,000, terms.
Address "Owner" Box 33. Orlando Phone 10;. Rock BIdg.. .Room 3. : Orlando's
Leading
Fla. 11-16-1moc Call and see us if interested in real j I Repair Shop
estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop- and Garage ,
'1 FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, erty. Rentals carefully attended to. I CLINT BASS 1

furnished and unfurnished. Also 11-9-1moc -- -- PHONE 375 _ I
some splendid lots. Call and see what - -- - n in the Sentinel
1 have to offer before you buy or Umbrella covered and repaired West Jefferson Street
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pin "while you wait." Vounsr's Repair
street 10-8-dw-lmo'or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. Shop 21 E. Pine St. Successor to EXCURSION RATES I ---- -

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house SAFETY FIRST PRICES TODAY Hand Wood CompanyWood
FOR SALE-A good five I Get the (Real "Savings Check" PenniesAll
in fine condition, in good location; lOc. articles 9e. One cent and Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain i! over "savines; pennies" from every of All Kinds
for quick buyer. Call at thee i Nothing chargedi
article purchased.
Summerlin. 11-20-tfe i at these prices. Prompt delivery PROMPT SEUt ICE Christmas C Holidays DIRECTORS AND EMIIALMERS
Hall Grocery Co., No. 11 \\. Robinson llELtSONLtlllB FRICK .
FOR SALE-Fine saddle horse cheap. avenue. Phone 118. M2-23-7tc ---- -
See Jal. L. Giles. 11.25.tc 1
1I I Real Values Low Prices
VACANT LOTS! CASHED IIV 1-- ViaAtlantic
FOR SALE-Lnrce! refrigerator and AUCTION
other market fixtures, cheap. Jail. I
A. Knox. 11.27-tfc Now auction method i sells more infew You Cannot Do It Coast Line COMPARE

days thnn private sale all season
Wit SALE AT IIAIIOAIN Clean, straight, high price, buyers OUR FURNITUREWe
Or will modern rent and completely attractive furnished home,, pleaded" \ and leave with Invitation to Food 10 people well for $2. O. Standard Railroad of the South
new, come back. (Georir: l-'ryhofer. land
pretty lawn and shrubbery near l.nkeKola First Nat. Hunk) Illdir.. Hut the Model can and does feed
(bath,, nnclloneeer. provide the quality of furniture that has tone teen accepted -
: | two itorlei. five rooms ('hlra o. Write or wire mp, West hundred at 25 cents each.
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wrresed sleeping. porch and summer by knowing furniture buyers ai the standard of merit. If
Palm Ilpach. Florida 12"H..u'HwJ
f'lnlng room And,,,,, Owner, Box( Quantity counts. an article (I. here It l I. good. It wouldn't be here were It. otherwise

bl)7) or rail at 312 Uroadway 11.10.dw.U, | It Is the quantity cooked that "Tickets sold Dec 17th to 25th We can't make this point too clear-It U one of the foundation
() t'M: (IIOKH) :' JUHT TIIK; HAM;,
tones of this business, and that mean. much to any buyer,
AMI TIIKN HOMP; makes possible! (! to nerve n sat inclusive! limited to reach orig.*

FOIL NA, perfect 1.11- rendition m81tulht.Rkpr\ tuna an roadMer quiet Iftfying special at 16c, lint starting point by midnight
Itargaln J, U, \earliy." West Mound-Head t Mown
because
MI* rfpctik'l It is our oysters are
UJr.t: Hihti h,m. p,hi January 10th," McNEILl & DAVIS BLOCK
ao= ---= ==- ttrianiiu __"u___ HIM\ : limn !(wttroee always fresh that \ve PrIJ
11NN1-fly tt.10: .. itlln 4iOrt(
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1llt( M\t.t tit the OU"tp\til'ot, bungalow\ owner Ibn Winter\ UarilpH""-"- fits Hl.lU: 4llft many, =====- Corner Orange* Ave. and Church Htreet, Orlundo, 1 Florida
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..two. Unfit: had alt\ IArg@I HiutH.'l 11\\1\ tlnklittnii" _?.",,= .HIM Jiao11a It I N because!: out Cutfee and
'; *>t ltounil=llpa,l UiOrlAitito | I for Information) fall SBW
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.. bathb1with\ Eilatntlterulnplted fliftrti Pip/ lire I best' (lint we serve barrels
j t wim I:\ $ lift\ )
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aih@r' tit I.ti. ennlilel@d* by oath O( (i h'w@ =-====-=== Himi\ mini'") Shut' of one\ ami )hundred I of the I H.) WHITE, D. T. A.
11\lI.tlml.tlflllh'fJ un@' lots IUIII lln@ Iiicallan, Winter (JaMpn == Hilft 13ilS) 4i4S( other, W. It, O'NEAI: C. t": & T. A
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Also pear.a.H; -four f\U\ | each room of town|haynt@nt'Hnp This\}low"1\11 bungalow HI terms north' ,, Owee to- FareOrlan.lo BtrMght B5p' Round||,00 5pccial No mlvnnee accttalans; ,In prices' for Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel

ea&tern and| i |lot part W by 150' feet IJ\J\ tI or Winter: Harden115@, i.?OOa1..lao1 It PAY to l e reliable,
l '/\ sh a ., :,,., nun_75e 1,40.
with l ute $10 ea I-
Address: J Kentucky""L Home: Ef. Palmer Chil-Iien: under 13, half fare.W OPEN DAY AND NIGHT \1.1Il1 e '. I .." l ) l 11(1 111J.. ) es
street Orlando, Phone 686, U pick you up anywhere on the
13-15-lmoc road for 5 cents a mile We buy
anything and everything and do all

FOR" SALK;Tract of 135 acres partly kinds of messages for you. We have
fine cars and will make extra trip The
cleared, between Zellwood and
show for 5 fares.
the
after or more ModelCafej
Sorrento. Price $1,000. Terms. S.S.:
A charge of 10 cents for suit cases
Jlatlack. Box 656, Tampa. Fla.
and other large bundles .
12-18-8t Boost the Bus! It is better than !- I
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the street car.MORTON I
FOR SALE-Ten room bungalow; 'I ORLANDO
lake front, two lots, modern house,
'
II. JON S & SONS.
Slemons'
twenty bearing citrus trees. Will fur- Millinery
Phone 586.
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nish to purchaser good tenant for
east half of house for one year, with Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime
dollars ,
privilege of three, at twenty-five LADIES' HATS
a month. This will net purchaser Phone 5 for
r; per cent and his own rent. Address CHILDREN'S HATS

Saskatah care Sentinel. 12-19-1mo. FISH AND OYSTERS We offer a choice selection of'

Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00,
BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, closein Fresh Every Day
on West Central avpnue; garage $4.00, $5.00. $6.00.
almost built. Chas. P. Dow. rilE WALDECKER FISH CO. Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.

12-17-tfc Our styles are so good-and our
I -- 39 West Church Street
FOR SALE!-Lettuce, onion, cabbageand prices are so reasonable that you will
collard plants. 502 W. Central find our store the best place in the

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

FOR RENT-Summer cottage; also 10,000 Store Leave the Furnace for Real Winter I
suite of four rooms with 3 beds; i
also 3 room flat for light housekeeping -
; electric lights, bath, telephone,
attractive. 10 W.grounds.Concord avenue.$12 per monthup. G GUARANTEED TREESAll Best and PromptestAuto Your home can be just as warm and cozy with a few handy Gas Heaters, during these

kl-28-lmc chilly days, as if you underwent the constant annoyance of tending a dirty, "cranky"
True To Name Livery
The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this 5 to 7 foot trees furnace. And there is no fire to build, no soot or ashes to struggle with. When you
season on the second floor of Yowell-

tor.Duckworth building, at left 1-12-8-tfc of eleva 50c EACHAll Service enter a room, simply light the Gas Heater and you have warmth; when you leave, turnit


FOR RENT-Large two story furnished leading varieties budded on PASSENGER off and your expense immediately ceases.
sour and grapefruit roots from
dwelling, modern conveniences .
two sleeping porches, two known stock.Conway.
blocks from postotTice, corner Jackson

. and 11.2 West-tf streets. Jas. A. Knox Nursery BUICK CAR Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal Bills


FOR RLNT Nicely furnished nT.PEELOrlando
rooms
in new, -modern home; one-halt! R It I. Uy using Gas Heaters in all but the coldest weather you can halve your coal bill. Gas
Mock from Anderson street, near St. We call anywhere at any timeCordon's
I.uke'i honpltal. !Reasonable rate for heating I is much more economical than coal heating. And it heats where you want it,
the lI'n"IIloG Margaret street '

10-29-tf: WIVES: MOTHERS.: DAUGHTERS Transfer Co, too-not the basement!> or the unused! room. We have a Gas Heater to fit any sized room

FOR m'NT-Tw: () furnished room, : SWEETHEARTS: : 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 in your house Come In and see it.
,
with nil convcnU-iwc Apply SOUPout
1mptto\St., 2 blocks from Of. CHRISTMAS IS HAULING OF AlL KINDS.
flee. 11.27-tfc:!
-- COMINGlluy ,
FOR RENT- Attr ctl\e business Pansy Plants Rose
room See U. R, Merry, at the Ford ,
Garage IMI-tf 1 the "Men" a lo\! of Bushes, Petunia ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

MODEL( KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom
First Methodist church: tele. NEW SOUTHCigars Plants
phone ttreet. 221, or ('alU East 10-20-tfe Jackson GAS DEPARTMENT

..-- Leave your orders here
Putt RENT: -Urire pleasant' fur.hlshed .
room with private fnmllyitlnM ,
'jn. 802: North Gran** ntenue.t .

12.111ItsI'tltt . .violet Dell
-- florist

t htJkt t'tpttlltht.[ 'binfnttnt, + __.--! ___-.J oJ .
I"I1tt1. for hltM IHtUtolt!! Epluk, Itt ---- -

{MIt-1I1tlt' JIOttII)'i driIib\tFtllnil4bhti. t-ijhhhl' A l tiHUike\ Hint Will Cut tiiew +J. y. CAHUtttitt
8hi t I rilPese
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;@ ;HI! In ii (thud IIUIIIUF I r Of) 1910 Ittfc
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LOCAL AND PERSONALMrs.


John S. Arnold, Jr., arrived in
D Orlando yesterday afternoon from I
Jacksonville on a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemons.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
18-18-tf:

: .-: .::t::.l ':.' '.1<..
Mr. J. II. McCullough was among
11 the Orlandoites leaving yesterday af-
ternoon over the Atlantic Coast Line

Glad TidingsThe for Jacksonville.Mr. ''f

safety of your funds, co-opera- and Mrs. 0. W. Palmer, of
Boston, are in Orlando for an Indefiite -
don of our officials promptness and sojourn! and are making their .
jotirtesy of our employees and friendly home at the than Juan hotel.

interest in your welfare are all points that f:11t\"thg: chttks nr poml! nt poll! .
the mate think invites you to consider mF them ith@npt@r you: ItfHlMh 1 -

the institution you will I IIll
when thooaltig "- 0
Hwltprl fi MaprUileh\ Why lids 566 % INCREASE
batik with.Wt .
I MJs\ | htllH+ ?tiltte ttf@ IH MriH AltHHIH -
frullt'il! HIHttll M\; Well M large nti? Nude({!, ttHI\toll IH Ollrthtlrt Irt i iHHtIH
t'lIl1l1l-IJu\h' \ ""lIIluw uur tMiuully+ EairultlllpllllUlh : ; ij Mite! AtlttlHltI l'tJttli' I Lllttl i
r-- Gugtomers] ( --ftiul ti t tlll
\ MF\ \N\ HllriMiIIHIIB Uti""h' 11I1h-! tf\ I larger increase in
deposits
...! || |''HIIIHII Hill) the! MiiirtINI'hHHll ; .
THE +lle+ IIi\h\ nrttl", ppHHt 1 rt t+flfk In...3...
IfH'111' \ IIi IHHdH HiU> M* jmwH ti, Mr! year&
STATE RANKOF 14111'' Mr, W. W Itdvititlhkl '
f Read pur ad an page 4

\\\\ in Uttmrtf*'* -J4fn Itw* fine
hoar' .13 miles ,4 or antw28:

ORLANDOIP Mr. and da Kincaid a n4

ions, Rodney and! Marion Kincaid, area .
. .. .
Oaytona" visiting Mrs. Kincaid'a ' ':
mother, Mrs. Mary Troy, at the Troy :. . :. : :

hotel, 7. '." ...,"<.,/.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward II. Pullis. of ? .
North Bergen, N. J., are among those S .
1- who have recently arrived in Orlandoto

OHf antly spend located the winter.at Oak Lodge.They are pleas- 0 : : a j fl: I D


Savings checks are accepted as cash .
I in the savings department of the

t IC Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf ( .: :. .:' :"tp -'. ...... .: ':. '..:' .::? j>:.:::. :': :: :..
ICi of Orlando's
Mr. Cyril Vivian one
j
popular young men, who holds a responsible _

P P. HOLBROOK position with the Miami -. ., ,... ..... ..I._ I' 1 II' . . .. II' r , 'I.' 1' I . Ni..w 4..+. ..r.. .
Abstract company, is spending the w..o
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
HAYNES
I r Dealer Mrs. II. A. Vivian.

HUPPEL BBOS Prof. Mortimer-Wilson, head of the
I I" 1 1f
E HUPMOBILE musical department at Brenau College -
ServiceNew Gainesville, Ga., is spending a
few days in Orlando, the''guest of Mr. TAKE ONE RIDE

and> Lake Mrs. Cherokee.W. R. O'Neal, at their homeon


f i'. I 8-18-tf Ride Ham rick's jitney bus, 6e. f In that STUDEBAKER Seven-Passenger 1


Mrs. M. N. Bogart and little Ron, .. '
,. Robert, left yesterday morning: over 40 Horse Power Model at $885 and then decide
the Atlantic Coast Line for Daytona ,
Beach where they will upend n week ,
with Mrs. II. II. S trot her, mother of
; Mrs. Bogart. The best 1916 value offered
i I .
,
i Mr. !r.. W. Ponder nnd, mother, of '
Ocala> were among the vlnltor to I II
Orlando during ChrUtman. They
have visited relative here and will :
San Juan Garage CompanyOrlandoDaytona | |
Ford Home return some time thin. week to their
home In the Ilrlck City.

Now Open
Flub and nf'stere tert'h'
tto M- Pelf A Co. i-lO.0-tlfc
t 20D-11 South Orange Armip .
1'vfophutte U8flHtamlrtht Dr.Fi. U Miller.*bf UhotVllle,ftHlypJ .
111 (Illntitln )'teHiny aftet-hnoh bH .
Hili fHtl1.rt| Pl iipelnt+ fthil I\-I-Hlhit his

tutIsm! !Mf: J. N: MtUlHty, al her .. .... ... ..... ..... ..
I \ fltt uliht=hurt l Oil Ouhtt3'ear, is'@tty I Ittdtie; hi) lAirpHie Cifei, DP.I ..ttttt.t..tt..tt.t.t.. *t. .t. t .

flootlrlt'li, l PirtMitfmti(( Alai\ and United Milk r I i.* nH@ of Hie lertilihtf nut) ue-
t States t r'IF@li'rit'e A\f\ at the Curb" N@e: -fUl t+hs1@IAIi I II) 't'tllI@ilt't'1! ............+.. .......t.t.t.. 1t+.... ..#$.. ............triulMH.i

frtllln: rack f1'Ahaan'a Janaa Elam ..
t tlAliillAI1+ Af !sale\ A.. Mil f./\lJjl/ lHA: .
"Make (hi* Ford Home Your Ford Items." tars, {ll henn l'4tk l +ifHf (JA'I OrlfH1a, I
r'I la\, 1-1a:HHmQ@Mra -- -.

l F. G. RUSH q's- W estimable Richardson: =Winter visitors, one| ofapd who Of=

'I has the last been twenty-odd coming to years this section has recently for- k A ;* .

returned from Greenville, Ohio,
where she spent the summer, and as ,
-- usual is making her home at the 'j
rd TO OUR FRIENDS
i..I. lililillilllTHE Childs House, on West Central. 4

AND PATRONS
Mrs. C. D. Christ and Miss Mary -
NEWEST DESIGNS : Branham have returned from Philadelphia :
A
IN SILVERWARE, JEWELRY : Pa., being called there by the : I t$ It gives us great pleasure to express
death of Mr. George Abbott, fatherof I--
AND NOVELTIES : i I.f of
Mrs. Christ. Miss Ruth Abbott : gratification over the cordial relations

Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmiths : returned to Orlando with them and : # the past. Renewing our hope for a continuance
and jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always : will spend the remainder of the sea- :
keeping pace with the latest style: in silverware, rings, : son with Dr. and Mrs. Christ at their 0 we desire to convey to you our appreciation -
bracelets home Lucerne Circle. :
etc.When on
: ; and the season's greetings.
new and beautiful designs are created, we are $ I
among the first stores in the country to show them. You Frederick II. Rand, Jr., left yester- : .
never buy out-of-date articles here. day morning for Longwood, Fla., to e sk i
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. There spend the holidays with his parents. e I II I ,.
are some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething Miss Edith Rand, his sister, will accompany j Yj ..J
to please everyone to whom you.want to give. Come him on his return and remain I
,early and choose while the wide assortment offers the at his home, corner Thirteenth s
i best opportunity.L street and Avenue B, throughout the i
I You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to winter. Mr. Rand's little daughter, .
I L: that. Ruth Katherine, is expected from
Chicago shortly after January 1, accompanied -
i j by her nurse.-Miami Iler-

; old. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

: T. H. EVANS( Doctors'Buckmaster
Orlando Florida
&;!; Brandai,
I I
JEWELER Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital,;Surplus and Profits 141000.00
.s
et Karksvill, Mo.

fen*.'I"IIIIII'II"'II"'I"'I""I'" 132 National S. Orange Bank.A veo.Phone above 678I Peoples. HMIIIiMIMM . '. .. . . iHiiHIIJIMiltniMMMMIMMI . . i. . .. '

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