Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00599
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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 29, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00599
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Hut Itegnallan-: Are Not Acccpttd AT R O'CLOCK Train Loads of War Munitions i COMPROMISE PRESIDENT GRAND JURY

-Other Ministers I Arriving at Constantino

Wn,. ircnt'Gnindxnn of Major Rome Several Committee* Were Also
Muy! Quit-War Coun /' pie, Say a -

ell l Follows "Fox of Revolutionary War DlnpatchRome | SAYS AMERICAN) AMUASSA- ,AIpulntrd-WIII Renew RK1. lurCII.N.NNU OTIIKKS .

Fame-Memorial Service non) TO THE: COURT 01'FRANK Monthly Meeting' 1: KXI'RKSS: {.: NO
1IU1.I.I'T1{ : INt I nt Charlotte; ( Drr.) 2"_Dl patchri to the Other !MattersThe
London. Drf. 2$.-The cabinet to. Mffmagrro from Hofla Mat that a . JOSKI'REPLY SUIU'RISt:

day decided by a majority vote that It Richmond, Vn., Dee. 27...-Kev. John powerful expedition against Egypt In official l bfmrd of First Methodist

U I bound tty Awjulth's pledge and the Wddon St fl>?jr, U. D., formerly j ns- under way and that Von Maekrn"rn TO U. IS CONCIliATORY church held n special meeting VIOlATION SHERMAN[ LAW CHARGED[
generally {,approved principle of compulsion tor of the Second Presbyterian ham been chonen to lend the expedition. SJ Tuesday night In the church parlors

will result from the Derby church, of Charlotte, N. C., and lat. for the purpose of hearing final reports
campaign. terly pastor of the Presbyterianchurch Train loads of ammunition and flatcars Expected That Austrian Reply from the old board and reorganizing Hundreds! May He Drawn Into

Ministers;. McKenna and Runlcan (in Orlando, .*Ia., died at the containing huge 16 Inch mortarsare Will Ite Received at State ( the work for the new conferenceyear. Investigation by Special
r"lgnt'dut\ their resignations have Crapmont/ sanatorium mack Mountain arriving daily at Constantinople.The .
not yet ben accepted.It N. C., on December 23, and was expedition consists of nearlyone Department Today or According to the polity of Methodism Grand Jury in N. Y.
Is ppialble that further resignations buried Sunday morning at 8 o'clockin million Germans, Austrlans and Tomorrow all members of the board of Next Week
may follow. Hollywood cemetery. Bulgarians.' stewards are elected annually at the

After the cabinet meeting'' a war Dr. Staptf: cAme of the well known Washington; Dec. 28.-The reply of fourth quarterly conference to nerve New York Dec. 28.-Lamar and
council wan held at Downing street Stajrtf: family of this city. He was Submarines Active Austria to the second American note the following year. Hence, the necessity several\ others who were indicted by
and waa attended by Asquith, Kltch- born here on August 30, 1802, the London Dec. 28.-The British demanding her adherence to interna- for an annual reorganization.The the federal grand jury today, charged
|, come, Grey and A. J. Ualfour. only son of John Fox Stafrg and Sa- naval steamship Vanstirum, of 3,284 tional law and a disavowal and the I president of the old board, F. with violating the Sherman anti-trust
rah Brazeale. He was a great-grand' tons!!!, and the Swedish steamer Ne- punishment of the submarine commander A. Curtis, being indisposed! the vice- law, with other propagandists, will
Big Allied Force at Salonlkl son of Major Nathaniel Fox, of revo- reus!!!, of 1,219 tons have been sunk. who sank the Ancona, will chairman Jos. L. Guernsey, acceptedthe surrender themselves tomorrow and
Amsterdam, Dec. 28.-The Vossiche lutionary war fame. The crews of both vessels were arrive tomorrow or next day at the chair. Following; are the new plead before the federal court.
Zeltung rtates that up to the pres- Besides his wife who was Miss saved. state department. officers as chosen! : Monette is expected here tomorrow
ent 2tOOvO' allied troops have been Nellie Rice, daughter of Dr. C. D. The Nereus was sunk in the Northsea Information contained In dispatchesfrom President Jos. L. Guernsey. morning.

landed atSalonikl.Ninety Rice of Richmond, he Is survived by on Christmas day. The crew*, Penfleld at Vienna who has already Vice-president F. Gray Rush. Othrs .Indicted may go before the
thousand of these are EngHuh. : three children-John W. Stagg, Miss after drifting In boats until Monday communicated to the department Treasurer II. II. Dickson. nearest United States commissioner to

Twt'ntyaevmn thousand nick and Ella Stagg and Miss'! Sarah SUgg. were picked up. give it Ihis opinion that Assistant treasurer Frank A. give ball returnable nt n convenient
wounded iftve been Bent home. 114 IH also survived by two sisters! A Paris dispatch tonight says that Austria's reply wilt be friendly and Smith. date In thin city.
The total nllled losses are estimated M r". M. C. Madison, of Virginia, and only forty are now mining' from the! will suggest rom tomlll@. Custodian' of the church Robert S. Bench warrant wilt not be Issued
nt :;JIO.OOO no thnt only 170,000 Miss Fnnnle Btngg of Chnrlotl@ French Meamshlp Vllle de Itt Clotnt Howlan'l for those d"t"1I1Il1tll"hn cannot find
,remain \Irk" 'further reinforcement, Ur. Htngg Attended Williams Col.I. which was sunk In the Mediterranean nusr HISSION: LEr1IHLA. Owing to the great demand of the It convenient t tu come tn New Ytuk' At
are expt.>ced! noon. I.?., Missouri, and then the Southwestern \by A pulmtnrlne., 'ASSOCIATION) church ninl his not robust health, Mr.\ till. time.
it I I..* rutlnr..11 that 40,000 are nrrlv- nhytrrlnn University of Mnny of the! survivors who landed Curtis. who bun nerved' most cnpnhly" Then was soma iiie|' ''tlnn today nato
InK tr nt Mnrppllles. and that twelve '1'11'(1.' where 'IIP ri-felveil the il..- nt Malta derlnrc thnt the vessel" l wit, Wn hl"lrtoll. D C.:1'.. ndvnrttngM u president" for n number\ of year., whether ('ongrfn mnn lluchnnnnwould
hundred "' hove" been landed nt H". pipe" nf Imrhflor. ur arts Ha bfitan '111'.1111'11' .| i| wlUiiiiit wninliitf by n lIIuh. and, ,11,1.-, 0ilApe' of MMe fund. In ll'tllll"e'' re-election. Hut In recognition be nrrrftted on n federal war.
Ivnlkl. rl" his tIw' ln!!lent study nt Wllllnmi t'nlIcgd mnilne' flying (the Aiiidliin"' (Mm "'fI''kll1t.,,',. I'Ulnl't'l'"UIII'|' '' were ih.> of his faithful''. nod slflnil runt*

Kift'lmitli'i' In JSRft from (the dl* .t'll\ll'll(\ liPie" today by 1', PpHtrerUnMnlni ability he WAN tuwnlmmuly rhnseii na PpiKmtlntml) ns were today's itevct
'IIutafsrs failure Alhauant'urla Vlnlty school of the university. lie Allle. Will "Ihamlne: All Mall In Inahnirer. if the New 1'nik honorary (Ilt.llclt'lltl and rt roinmlttpeniioltitpt npments, I the feiWnl I ndlhnrlllea My
ijrr. 2- Hri"rts hum tie.Hevil woe nhlnlned |IIY (the (presbytery nfNnnhvltle lillrlItNl'ushingtnf ,title. 1 liuurahre' fund nt tide hIIPhft't! | | | t td draft suitable resolu that htbpfs Hint MM /id follow Will
say. that Bftb-lluliaHutt' *on" noon utter his grnduattotti (lee. ga.-The Ittllt'l.Ill. RpflslnH 1 bf (tilt! lilhlh tthhtiitlhf hlff'tll1Jt (inns hf nilppflllnl1.Ihe | | | ilwnrf .them In the |iul.llf Ihlelfftt.Iluhdrt .
file! htfitlU AlhHMsH, IH t-etilNl ANbattla bud! !hula,! first mslnrne| ( was nl the HPPtihd 1 U Mititlheil| here ItttMnl lit arise the Amet-lcritt As mrlntlnH for 1.1t- fiillmlht! l'lllllttrtty! committees .>.il4 hf filch ttlay I be, drawn
hal It-rhtlhHli-d' In the bl't'tllt"| + tVeslireHnti( rhutrh bf, NnnliVlllf Hint PtnllltltP nil hind passing! | between" hitr t>. pNlrtllitH.Mr "'H.tolprltollt. | ( ( into the IhVestlgnlluH' which h! lit ba
lltitt bf thi> ..lit lit the lluUHK.. Ihe Hliplt he betted fKittt tAM tit the. !lolled Irtlto"( ( tthil Hit! l lIt-tif1t'ItH HrihltVlH sakl, III t'"H' All "lHhK!-t', H lluWnhl ehnifinH) tttlllll1utotl by the sietlnl| grnhtl jury
tI.tllll, wits' were. tttilnuntheredi te t iMl! tnttr hP. Wettt tti Itrt llHtfkf. ItpUlFrtU, which (theta U J-PrtnH t tHpVe1 tit ba- 111 h..* ttr!11 JtrHteil. ntltttrltnj* ht A, A> t'ntrhl\ H. Alhrt.MrnrlrtlMIt1 HtIHp .
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Ira) W) : 'I IIP MMMKFMMMM HFFe purl, Mini rntefrd; : "rHn his dtlNea IIV \IIMI\N' \ \ par;f! Frnt.. PR HU1 6pFHndtbl'.1hIII ; !' hue hnlhlinp fffHUhHI prk" 1 leirnr;,1 their !ndiFtnient i to44y flv
II'M' the liHsal4ni) M,,'"f HNJII' iii !J'HI\HHf!' 1 1MF ikoli! '. fAflHllliil1f( "I pH.- I WiHhllWhw, PP.-llrpreeentitivrSpalhman : tree l In this HHiKi' mwi* !\ plan fHft 'the ftllmt1 trflHhl j4rv fit New YArf} ,
NHrnh4rda HIP'" llHl rlftn fwrlilifSTl "Mil April ft, tI"H; his PaelrrHlritlnp \ t ther lime
fit t'IArM4, line introluFela ,! \ 111.\111\ tirrHTT W'filNfl ll4chanan Ileclaretl' 'that the t lndict: !
fiR" ftt l 41114 t, $InfliFling wiHfh' ti4nlrhPt. ', PUS pf llm most! riflMMe. \ in ft Mil in itgthnrizinp 'the seao -\ IfH'H' ((II1 IHIHTR After a-Hi.sipni||;:( nith certain' moo
FPnpress went FRHld. have ,pn real evidence f : bet' 1
ifipaijpns, 'the! 'hpartl decide :
large amt| wing church' t'nm1 l ) tP
tm rfMry: pf war 'tR: fni4t, : 'the fits pf the.iMtllefipM Tumpu h Fla.-Notice hM been ceceivel renew hind' it and t asserted 'that ,the frAil' j
.\ |lnlg.rl4n| \ I'prp"a! } hAiIii' Ffpprl' fhiH1AHt! htl went 'tt: HirminJrhi4m, nttwn: ft s pile's massacre, 'by Secretary i I.. I'- Pif-Me; pf (the plan pf holding their monthly cHtion would' in np way Interfere with
f4 !tit !aunt in 'the fourM pf 'the Itfthm.T"rhr"rmltl1 'and from 'there! ttt: Orlando. in' Pnmter! county, Florida, and tn the Central Florida Highway Association meetings pf last year which embodies his pressing the impeachment charge

preparation for an Pro fltagg was greatly beloved in preserve and l care far the 1 same and that James .\. Emmett: field pertain entertaining social futures. he has already made against District
,advance, I"'A' t'gl|>t are reported' ,as nil his pastorate, and special 'tributes to erect a monument thereon to the secretary; pf the Aid Spanish Trail, The matter of fixing salaries, considering \- Attorney II Pnowden Marshall, ofNew
rjyjy| | proceeding were paM him In Charlotte, financial plans, questions relative .
memory' of Major Francis L Dade started! December 27 on a trip from York.
where he of the best belovedmen to the church's ndebtedness, 1
wail one and the other officers and! privates of Mobile to Tampa for the purpose pf i
ached Loan to firece in the city.LEWiS the U. S. army who fell at that pointin holding meetings and explaining the were after some discussion deferred
Athens, Pec, 28.-The newspaper battle with the Seminole Indians, purposes and plans of the organization to the first regular meeting of the ITEMOFF1G.TOO F G LARGE ;
board, which will be held
Pestia states that the entente powers DEFEATS RITCHIE which is to have a highway from on Tuesday,
have loaned ten million francs (about FINES OF $6,500,000 ON THREE New Orleans to Jacksonville and January 4, 7:30 p. m. As now constituted _____ j

$2,000,000)) to Greece. New York, Dec. 28.-Ted Lewis, an' Bonn Rhenish Prussia.-rines aggregating Tampa. the board numbers twentytwo Too Much Money for Clothing
Englishman defeated Willie Ritchie five new men having been addedat
more than $6,500,000 have Allowances in the Florida
tonight in ten terrific rounds of the last quarterly conference.Rev. .
BRYAN ABANDONS TRIPHad ing. been imposed here on three distillers Mr. Hardin, presiding elder National Guard It
for excise frauds. The chief offenderwas I For Florida: LocalVains Wednesday -
i was present and addressed the boardin Is Said
fined $3,333,250. colder north and central
; por-
the interest of the Orlando district
Back to normal with the finest line
All three also were sentenced to tions; strong east to south winds,
Intended to Join Henry of stationery in the city. Latest mag- parsonage enterprise. A resolution Washington, D. C.-Under the 3
serve terms in prison. shifting to northwest Wednesday.
Ford and Peace Party but azines and daily papers. Curtis & wad adopted endorsing his plan to secure heading "Excesses," Gen. A. L. Mills 1
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Refuses When Ford O'Neal, book and music store. money for the first payment.W. chief of the militia division, traces an
ReturnsNew American Merchant Fleet Sets E. MARTIN, Secretary. item of $3,462.03 in connection with 4

| Bryan York.had-Reports contemplated that WilliamJ. joining MRS. 1. B. WHERRY IS DEADPassed New Building Record In 1915 SAW ORLANDO 24 YRS AGO this National clothing item,Guard.allowances through In the announcing to intervention the Florida.that of J

the war department, is now accounted
Henry Foi d in Europe were confirmed
Away at Home on Cen- for in the state's account with the ]
(today; but because Mr. Ford is re- Washington, Dec. 28.-American tons. This made a total on Decem- Nebraskan Marvels at
Changesin government Gen. Mills intimates that
|turning tel this country, Mr. Bryan tral Avenue Yesterday shipyards have under construction :ber 1 of 26,888 vessels of 8,443,258
Since His the accounting of the
City system adjutant
rill not g'> to Europe.It After a Long gross tons. Since June 30 twenty-
now more vessels than ever before Visit general's office at Tallahassee is
was learned here that he had Illness I three ships have come under the TwentyfourYears
building in the United States to to blame in the matter.
ked himself and Mrs. Ago
pa-sape: for American flag from foreign registry
ryan on the steamer Rotterdam Mrs. Jas. B. Wherry who has been add to an American merchant marine and 436<5 were completed in shipyards. -
ding tomorrow, Kjt today he telephoned -* quite ill for some weeks at her residence !* whose gross tonnage already is the Two hundred and eeventy-two Vessels Dr. J. M. Tobias! of Mitchell, Nebraska SENATOR BRYAN LEAVES THE

fr.'m Miami that because of 10 ? East Central avenue, Was largest: tithe country's history said were lost abandoned or sold to aliens. who has been visiting!! pointsof CAPITAL FOR JACKSONVILLE!
tr. Ford" return he had Indefinitely claimed by the tirim Reaper at an a report from the commissioner of Altogether 171 foreign Vessels have interest in the southern port of Washington 1) C.=.Senator Na

istpohed.. his trip early hour yesterday mornin fl. Age navigation issued! today by SecretaryNinetyeight taken American registry uhder the the state!, spent several' hours in Or- than t*. tlrynn left here this week fat
----- 74 years.Hche !!. tt..Jl'leld. act of August! 14, 1914 NlhetY- htM Jacksonville: to remain until the re
VASIOU! W tlNOLANtl( AtlAIN survived her husband and merchant \'eel tt \'fIel lands yesterday, leaving In the after .
I It by ! American ! have been tran*> convening ef congress! which lid.J"YffltolJ
MtMlOV() ) tOI'lC t two daughters, Mr*. lllanche Metlan* mete than :.14nnO tonnage aw \tiring tflffed tt foreign reel-try since Au fttttJft for Jacksonville where he e*> Just! before Christmas for the

IA+minh..t -Th? Herman Inva1on!' of iris! of Pit Paul, Minn., who was at 'built fir are under" contract. TI1 !i@tUt/ ports! to J.@ Jtinetl 'by a party of holiday season! Senator Ilryan woe
;jtl"I1,1 II brought forward today 1Il H\" her beiMile, \. when the end came\ and with many\ small vessels. being can* I Mlf.It\ veaerls are being built friends' ,I from the Northwest and. 'Inlhtna unable to spend' Christmas in Jatk
| '*"il.ily" by, th (UI'lrtlI'Y' which Mr! (Uertruiie Hammond, who i II ie ..tl'Ut'ttl.II1"VtI A total, tannage ef 7111< jThirteen I mentioned In the report are The doctor wa in Orlando) pnnville because nf the prepare! efbuines
"peaks of fllt">n ivo! movements ef f adding. \ in California. nil ''of mere than Ifl.ooi ton, Twenty t just! twenty! :foyr year ago and could ) nt the rapUal, but he' en.
loops In ,Mirfum, wWvh' It ..II(1vetll The remain. accompanied' "by Mr. On June fit, the end\ of the final, are ef tannage t'lIWIlfT.OOO and' hardly realUa that it enuM' be, poultble pet IP be there for the remainder
ay meat the. mliArVHtion fit> an In. Wherry and' M,. and l Mr*. MfPanleU. year, the documented tonnage of the 10,000 and thirty|* are pf from for PP many changes to b* made of the season
ailing army at XwlrDro 14'114' Ant. I left last night on the laud) train for American merchant marine wai grt,. 5,000 to 1,000 ton, f.lllvelve.,11 |n.| epecta to return In about two The following' postmasters In FlorIda 4
v pep In' |1a Upper Scheldt, pawnee" City, Nebraska, where the In' 701 vessels| aggregating' H,38Mei( are poHrs| forty-seven oil vessels\ weeks with quite party' who have town were appointed I Glada
The Oliervep: believe, howev, (erment will take place\ Hammond gross ton, From July' 1 to Novem* thirty-four general) freight vessels, ,asked him to find on. of the health)* cream, palm Ileach county, Miss Eva; i
hat Bern-'my would consider A move A Gore had charge of the arrang her 90 there was A net Increase of |l? and dx! paisengsr and freight yes est places existence and h* hat E:, Illiielli Ilypoluxo. Talm Peach I
this '"(lire "" dup.rate gamble." menu vessels, aggregating 63ja gross rata! planned to bring them to Orlando county, Peter J, Schmidt,

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South Florida Sentinel story comes to the Sentinel con- During the coming New Year the

MORNING AND WEEKLY cerning the many humorous and road leading to the Orlando Country
d f'' GLENN .....................Bdltor. situations created by the late Club should be improved and hard
v r. KS9INGTON ......B...._ Musser should be
Dr. Stagg. As the story goes Dr. surfaced; the jail property

ida.Entered M Second at the Cl.poctofflc.. Man Matter.sUBSCelruQN at Orlando. Flor Stagg was preaching at a Kentuckytown sold to the city; the highways leadingto f:
where he had .ndeared himselfto all towns throughout the county

Daily. I Year .....RATED KM : the congregation.: It seems that should be beautified and adorned with TOMATO SEEDIn

Dahl,. < Month.Month .. Z.SO LtDally. the janitor of the church was in the trees, plants, shrubs, flowers, etc.;
Dally.. 1 S Month .*0Wwkly. habit of tilting his chair back and North Orange avenue should be paved

1 Test. ...................... 11.00&LL going to sleep as soon as Dr. Stagg completely; Court street should be
had launched himself into his sermon. better lighted; all the lights of the
SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO :rATABLE: IN 1 Dr. Stagg determined to break the Lucerne White Way system should be a few days our new crop of Livingston Globe Tomato Seed will arr \'e.'e will then

ADVKKTiatm habit and with good sized spikes installed and burning; the contemplated be in a position to offer you Fresh Tomato Seed at a good price. Remember this one
nailed the chair legs to the floor. On White Way system for the i
..Cray..rtJ...f...r.dUplar'M to Iaad.d,.. all at.u.tM., ....!..-.-.t the ensuing Sunday night Dr. Stagg Orlando-Winter I'ark road should be thing, we burn our old seed as soon as we receive the fresh.
Brt. af tut ..,.I.t.. thaa I .. m.h commenced his sermon and the jan finished; one hundred more residences
...I .tI. ThU rala apatlM
to( eke"4ay ... for contract aavvrtiilaci U itor attempted to tilt back his chair. should be constructed; and C. E. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
C.nrl.lIl. and will b. tricMr Wend to.PubMrltora .- He wrenched and twisted the chair Woods editor of a Eustis newspaper
;dmlrlof The ofllc Antinl In writing dlkeoadnnwl on- hut to no avail, and finally glancing should condescend to say something
should notify tbs
aha data of iplratlon.. ot.hvrwb' It will tontlniwd up at 1 Dr. Stagg\ and interrupting the flattering. about Orange county's sixty
... at the r...ular r.e.l..t ubccHptlon rater. service, shouted: "Stagg. you did miles of bricked highways.!

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thl.f'0- JONES GOES JUST THE SAME City Drug StoreJ.

Henry Ford Is returning! on low. Col. Harvey recently returned from West Bound-a.Read m. ft.Down m. p. m l.. DEAN Proprietor Orlando FloridaMr

Europe: and made the statement that Orlando 0:50 10115! 3:00
1 In a few Jays the New Year will IVesiJen Wilson should Ro abroad instead Ocoee --- 7:30 litlO: 4:00:
The has been bright, Garden __ 7Ur. 11:30 4il5
: be with us. past of House so that he could gain Winter
the future should be brighten first hand the Europe: held Oakland 8:00
At opinion !'t lloUhd-Read UttOrtahdd
---0 fW him. Wilson H Unpopular With Yi.10) ii'fO' ri:0d
the tourist headquarters U the some of the crowned head of Europelipfrtli Ocoee:! _- ,*!s10 J laiJld hon!{
dfehe of many A ,spirited| them! urtherker Winter ttafdeti .. RiiH 13(15;? 4iin -- -
he h I leading flli ttdtiUhiot
htatch Idntlhg until the fire e Oakland _.._= = HiUO 4 181)
tiun that is fqephtlfllly( instilled With Fart?
t jewel out he spirit| of humanity mid right, Orlando to= fitffttght Hound( : It: 0 Ktk1t: : who has recently I:I FOR SALE!
=6'A = Oeoee fine, ||IUU( ) Ok
=8= = == -==-= -=== returned to (Orange) county(} t from

ftuhiefiptton: to Year's the Hentinel CAI'ITDI.( Ktllli ATWARIIINflKW Winter(Miami''! (laftlentl5e:-=. --= -=>-,?&<@,, IV6 1,49 h.hnmii City, passed through Orlando I My residence, Corner north Orange) !second floor, IN fat treat Nt@n4
Kl be, A gflml New pr@e@nt ( I H. C, Children under 19\ half\ fare yesterday! en route to Panfard from tiabinson avenues, containing Orange avenue, Grounds\ attraebively
forget any nf the( eld fri@rids "The Pedarfttion of Independencehas Will pick you\ up\ anywhere on the Ootha, "4ihrary, R ce p.tio" Room pent dew- arranged, and ppr.y-4 by un4.-r.
Christmas road for 6 rents A mile, We buyanything ing Room, Pining Room, Kitchen' ground system.Pantry ,
never been repealed' remarksthe and everything and do all ---- ------- Grocery Room kavstory, all barge garage and log ctbiq pl.y.
I New York World No, and it kind of messages for yoq, We have ESTATE on first floor, with bath and a deep- house, etc Will sell l| furnished .r B..
Orlando is I not haunted! by speed- must be remembered that the capitalof fine cars and will make extra trip M FLORIDA REAL log apartment with eleven windows furnished
stern as it used! tQ be, Probably' ?5 the United States is not at London, after the show for 5 or more fares. and seven closets and storage room on n-T.1",
cent gasoline has something tQ do A charge of 10 cents for suit cases & INVESTMENT CO.
Berlin, Vienna, Paris or Petrograd, and other large bundles I CHARLES P. DOW
with the reform but in Washington, District of Colum Boost the Bus! It is better than

---0- bia, U, S. A.SANFORD the street car, have moved their office to the
Things that haunt the City Fathers MORTON II. JONES & SONS. I .
; The 5,500 publicity tax budget; UNDERQUARANTINE u Phone 686. ( Benedict Residence, 114 East

t the cemetery road and another eipht- I Central Avenue and hope to

inchraininoneday."This A resident of Sanford came to Orlando HOTEL For SALE l I meet our clients and many new "Why Not" '

recently and remarked that all I one to get acquainted with us

thing said the people in that city were being Or RENT !:and our methods of doing busi-
visitors and tourists visiting Orlando, Send box of assorted Grapefruit, Oranges and Tanger-
antined. "What for? quar.1 Furnished. Situated on one ness. We buy and sell Real a
weather the
referring to the and sentiment -
asked a bystander. "So they of the most beautiful lakes in loan ines to your friends at home?
echoed all sides. Estate and Mortgages,
was on
catch the jitney fever, came the unmerciful Ho-
o reply. ] State, 7 miles long 5 wide.Plentyof money on good securities and 10 pounds ____________________________________$1.35

Anyone wishing to see Nature Q tel has fine patronage.and tan- I advance money to parties intending 20 pounds ___________________________________$2.00
adorned in the loveliest robe of golden I oranges, grapefruit
LITTLE ATTENTION to build homes on easy
raiment imaginable is advised to gerines. I I Express Prepaid.
FROM WILSON. and hunting. Bank Guarantee for our
motor over the "east" road from Orlando Good fishing I|terms.
It be interesting to know that
to Winter Park. may Possession given at once. For : transactions.
President Wilson never pays the address HOTEL,
particulars BENEDICT PRES. -
a j HENRY ,
slightest attention to Col. Roosevelt's '
The merchants of Orlando have reported Sentinel office. Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
criticisms. This no doubt is one irritation ;;
a very successful sale of wares that has caused T. R. to throw ,:

this year. They say that their re- his hat into the 1916 ring so many 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
ceipts will greatly exceed the amount
times and oft.
they took in last year. o Grove for Sale!

Chivalry is not dead with men and TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
trees 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
will never die as long as men and ;
LOST-Cuff link, with skull and .
women remain what they are. It requires town.
crossbones design. Reward if returned -
a little more seeking to find it, to I. O. Wirth care H. M. Self House, Barns, Outbuildings. Yancey Meat Market, Inc.FULLY .

but it is here, the same as ever. & Co., 17 East Pine street. 12-29-lt SALE

Now that President Wilson has WANTED- reliable, sober white EXCLUSIVE SALE T. A. YANCEY. Jr., Pres and Mgr.
man to live on place and take care
. married. Henry Ford has returned, of grove and do trucking. Place dose ORLANDO, FLORIDA
and Christmas has passed, the next in. Address Box 714, Orlando, Fla.
thing to hold one's interest is the 12-29-6tc Orlando Real Estate Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Subtropical Midwinter Fair in Febru- YOn SALE AT A BARGAIN-1912 E. B. BRADLEY Florida and Western Meats

ary. touring car, thoroughly overhauled 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501
--o and guaranteed to be in Al nhape. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game J7ic.
Stealing automobiles and then at- Address E. R. Rodenbaugh, Orlando. .
12-29-Ot* Special' Attention to Motel end OM( *f Town Orders
tempting to commit suicide is a new _
practice. However, we haven't heard - .. .IlililMIMIIMMMMIIMIMMMMIIIIIIIIIIMiMChristmas 8".1"' ... ''J' P. 0, BOXasflC
TWO PRIVATE: ROOMS:! furnished 1'0111 \{ Residence )3j .,. Oren js Awe end Church SI.
anything concerning the whereaboutsof \ for light housekeeping, in desirable ;
W S. Urnnch's stolen Ford touringcar. location, with porch bath, and Booklets j
etc Also two furnished\ room ArIlly C Cards .
>! 20'. Kant: Jackson street, < -- -
If confidence' can be placed) In 22tftc: G. Hanchett
signs( any"Our Country" has started on WANTED: position as grocery Exquisite select Ion(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs, : Dr. Henry

an era of unprecedented prosperity, clerk. Have had two years expert Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties\ Stationery : 107 Atnerift .HtrMNtlVATR
In which the Sentinel gentle enre, and no bad habits such a* cigarette nnd Magazines.
hope *, 1It'1Ivf references', and will\ OtttlAN INNtltUCTIONA
trader, you wilt receive your fullest work for war time salary. T K.: Church St. : : PIANO AND

share. ,Hmlth, ten, Delivery, 12.10.3t'I'I1It : \ r'lnlalll & H'III 22 W. Ct.ASrt will study the Structure and Meaning of Muite by a Court ef11KRTIIOVT.N
-- -- ------ I ONt BLOCK US A. C. L. DEPOT : HKADIM1Hi ':
HAU-Wfett acre of land, "tt. ,
There. are several' t to defeatprepnredneM
warn I
cleared and) fenced On the rlar
namely I Wait until WIt'tu'1 colon ly" straw road, quarter of mile from .'MMMMMMMMMMMHMMMMMMMMiMMMMKPURE Lecture Math Illustrated \by A Ileelhoven! Sonata and ether\

'' get into wart) everybody' to brick, road, near I i.tu'khftrt. A bar* till C@ffl @
utifk with hilt own particular plan fit Httiii, at tUa; Per acre, |fi rt dawn t and "ltI@ni.t'", for the Court .t 0.00
term Address! J. N Kane" rnreHentlnel
deft+nse And preparedness| and knwk' Wednendiy January S, at 10 a, m.
\ l.-.Mt: :: ( Introductory Heritil\ free to ill ),
the .adminUtrattan.( FOOD STORE

{I Furnished large
'OR IlKNT; = two
Another year' U all 'but elated. Hat 1""lilnfu@mi, kitchenette\ and! Talk
loath\ first floor Hot and GroceriesCHRISTMAS Not Newspaper
a few days' left before we launch' the room on
cold water electric' light and telephone <

hark around, of the experience dial of on the another calendar cruise into on second, Also floor two nice Private sitting family room, HINTSRaisins But actual figures to prove that we have this year enjoyed by far

the unknown.' Only a few days to close in 312 North Main, 12-2a-6tc; \ the largest holiday trade we have ever had In Orlando. We are

make our minds up to new reaoJu.tiona Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecan, thankful to both our old and new customers and shall renew our
and new endeavors. Mr. J, L, Moorman, traveling Citron, Orange Peel. Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett efforts to deserve a constantly increasing business in Books Office

o freight agent of the Atlantic CoastLine Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring. Supplies, Stationery and Musical Goods.
with headquarters in Tampa The Above Are All Fresh Stock
was among the popular transportation
Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.
Ariitide Driand, premier of France, men visiting Orlando yesterday.Investments THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

believes that the German public have : .

ill-concealed the craving for peace.
1..II..I.lr.I.III..I.II..I..i..1Christmas H 1
Everything, according to Uriand, ,,
points to ultimate victory for the Al
lies. However this belief would be r, G. C. Montgomey

strengthened by a decisive victory At

some point along the ring of steel
Municipal and Industrial Pond We have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for

YK8. IIP. W AA AaWOD Mortgage on Improved Property our painting department, Can overhauled and painted.

Hoi.imoit.( Han come nnd gone, but we arc still here Our Feed are
Jack Lee fame into the office yesterday Price for Fords, $10,00 to $20,00; Any cars $10 to $GO.
He said! he WM former editorof 8% of high quality, the only kind you can afford to buy,

the Han Antonio KnpreMi; had been

city editor of an Aubuiuenu\ nwli-
Interest Investment
paper, .and WM A reporter on (he 8t of Unquestioned Security CHALMERS MOTOR CAR 00.
I oula, (Uohe-Demoernt.! He Raid he
was H good solicitor and) H.ked for The Co-Opertive Produce Co.

job. We tAu him a dime, thinking Chas. P. DowThe
perhaps he had at one time seen W. 8. DtWItt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447riiiiiitiiliiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiitiHiiiii Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Joseph l'ulltl,,'. He opened his" hand Peoples National Dank
and we dropped In the dime where It .1 14 BAST CHURCH STREET. fHONB HiTHE

nested with four other dimes. Thenwe
wished we hadn't. ...


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': Great Sale of Wool Dress Goods

WOOL DRESS GOODS-This lot contains Crepes, in plain and fancy weaves, serges, LOT NO. 2, WOOL DRESS GOODS-these are wonderful values, beautiful line of colors '

4 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:, your choice &

$1.25. Your choice, while they last

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Ladies 1 :'.). 4 BOOM TOr. Our '

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Ready-to-wear $ (((i

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Garments Oepartment

L Suits, Dresses, Coats and Sweaters, the largest line and at
t"\ The newest thing in Ladies' Shoes and Gypsy Lace '
the lowest prices in the city. .
S H I R T S Boots in Velvet. We have just received some in brown and
We are making special low prices on all our line of blue

beautiful Ready to-Wear. All the late models. Prices too Patterns that will satisfy your particular longings in silks, You can't make any mistake in buying lace Boots at
x silk mixtures, madras and percales. As fast as their colors this time; they are always the best fitters and at present
to mention. If you want a Dress just come and. *
will be their demand.Men's they are the best style. Come in and see the latest and best

look them over ; we will make the price to please you. Department, center aisle styles in footwear.

Blanket and' "alf.. Price 1

.* Comfort Millinery


i ) BLANKETS, large size in white, gray and tan, regular $1.39 quality ..............89* Beautifully Trimmed and Uutrimmed Hats and Auto Caps-every hat In the stock In. .

o WOOL NAP BLANKETS, full size, heavy weight, white, gray, tan, $1.69 quality ,.$1.19 eluded in this sale. <*> .

WOOL NAP BLANKETS, large double bed size, white, gray and tan, $2.00 quality$1.49 $1.00 VALUES ........................ .............HALF PRICE SALE
WOOL NAP BLANKETS, beautiful plain colors and fancy plaids, $1.00 quality.,.$2.98 $1.50 VALUES: ......................... ..............HALF PRICE SALE .50
$2.00 VALUES........................ .............HALF PRICE SALE .75
BEAUTIFUL ALL WOOL" BLANKETS, I large size i heavy weight i asst. colors I $2.50 VALUES........................ .............HALF PRICE SALE $1.00:
$6.98 quality .................................................... $4.89 $3.00 VALUES ......................................HALF PRICE SALE $1.50$1.25
........................ ............
.................................... $3.50 VALUES ..HALF PRICE SALE 51.7:;
x $1.75 COMFORTS, covered with silkoline $1.39 $5.00 VALUES.....................................HALF PRICE SALE
$2.25: COMFORTS, silkoline top, white cotton ................................ $1.69 $6.00 VALUES ...................... .............HALF' PRICE SALE $2J 3.00>0
$7.50 VALUES ........................ ..............HALF PRICE
$4.00 COMFORTS, silkoline top, silk boarder........,.........,......,,.. ....$2.98 $10.00 VALUES ........................... ...........HALF PRICE SALE SALE $3.75$5.00:
$;).50 COMFORTS, silk t op................. ........................... ....,$3.98 $12.00. VALUES.....................................HALF PRICE SALE $6.00
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$1- 00 VALUES .. .. ........... ..............HALF PRICE
$9.00 COMFORTS, all pure silk .......... ..... .. .......... .............. $7.89' $18.00 VALUES: ....................... ... ........ ..HALF[ PRICE SALE SALE $7.50$9.00

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J. I. Whitty and T. N. Butner, of
the city council meeting yesterday Ocoee, killed one of the largest bears
WinterParkNews routine business was transacted.An ever seen in this section. It would
application was made for an elec- weigh 500 pounds, or over, and was
tric light on Hughey street between I II exceedingly fat. They shot the bear
I Irvine and South streets. The resi- early Thursday' morning in the swamp THAT NEW KODAK
dents In that section of the city believe between Harrington Springs and
that there should be more illu Palm Springs. This makes the third
Dally Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe mination. The matter was referred one these men have secured within a I
to Commissioner' Robertson with power year, a record that is probably unequalled
Town And Rollins College to act. The Orlando Water and by any other hunters in the I We are always glad to give
Light company presented & bill for I state! We would have Made A picture ''
hydrant tepalts..tart I df it* but they had td dress! It before! assistance to Kodakcrs In
MANN rOSCEItt A SUtct.ss: Alh and Mrs. Fred< Campbell md- they could get but bf the swamp with\ Films
I taking good pictures
the! t-ohrett fclrtn l last fetching at toted rater td itaytona. Monday, del !: urn) EiEcttiie: Lioiitu ton( Ih It took \them frbtti rt a. hi, \td I Ihndn 12td
(the! cwttthiuhltjr\ Christmas tree! wtutHjttjrttl t"ntt1i'rthlell l Lt Et Mi t Fatah< Mr" Mlillt !!lt:: IIKAIIUN t fcet t It nut td the hUh land. developed and printed' in
Ity tthe! bf lh! latent!' wuJUthru tlttut' left sump .dais fcfcb \ttt Vl+lt liet- \\-hHt' they had, left thelt auto Itwill
ultlth ton sallied! fur tthy bf htuU1l' \who Is ilL it will l't'' tthttiitlieitil, (tint (the, fnilille ,. \ brake t HuUlMrta dlhheh tut h one) day.McELRQY'S.
the\ ltHilt M ftlvMi liy the\ !! WlHlttI'rilk HrtygHiu tHhtl: HHIIH tit I Idt t' l'lttlt.-I\11I111' \ rt News!!,
''' band ftilteii 114( nlpaHi dtiulb. I M-III little wife\ nf the titltlthtiMrttlMM \ Hiul (t'htm-h! Miet-U 14 I
A HWHilttF' Mf |iH4UlriF| f (frtVbliM!! ,-tCF HM the! Ai: t''li I In: !Mi yell> till with t hllllllh! l HHtl tMlHMtMi fltn\'IJ-1\ HUH:} HUM\ NIT' IIA4; (mill -
"tit" Im.hhltlll) 11I1111\ + If the' HUlHbRFdfl .M !rtf\} fttF KloiWIHW\ HflPF 11t".II\\>s tlul !'lltrtt I I, tllli glHIHI.U. | '\ (HllMU: .:\
\ lit'",,", (the* tItllllt'' '" I'lI', IHhl'HHd"" 'tltt! + +,tts.l4ti, | ,lip I, CMMWrt' I liMlMrtJr'' \\\ith .HlilifttI. Hi Itlehle' wni\ l tltlin-ill", tllF+ \T
r tI s t: ;lIfl\l\ 'icmltiN' i JIVMI* tIh,! n1tHrItpl' Mr. I IItlI) I), 1I11I\\Ht\\ H ''fJtll"\1t, \ flH ;ttrth t\ F @FtfiBS t tggtseling nl- Wht\t\ ii IIetiafw' +l (tn 'lie lite ml'*( '
I IFfI H nrf tK\'flrl\MII\ Iml'l'' +alaHMIth I t tk+lIlHnt..iul\jr\ tl+deiteun, 1 .11 t thnta 111111144; if nut t (he\ tenet e>penshe iloi( PHARMACYTHE
'Ills tI"lti""nl+ t: ,1vfr'HI 1 IBthlciatts\ Mr, tirul i Mi*. 'llwntwH, fit+f t Nanturd: \ till elrcltiu lilllit instnlletl' \ M IM cellar lit (UUiuh' i H worn 'by (the tire
Runt OtUiuln' wind up fAr (the evening + who sptwi t'hrl_troa i in i minter 1'ik\' (point iQ the |plahera, PPM!"! enjay life depaitment. 11U1Tht' collar i h nothing
tlnt| juiiwi+t with the local wen innwViiitf with H f fn liens and! f4roily, returned At ititht more or 'less than A gold' watch
n WCCCM of the( entertain yesterday' to their home in the Celery i chain suspended' from which U 1\ shining -
went, City. AT I'RESHMKHIAN: ('II urn TO- brass dog tag. The chain was

Since; iu organization some month I Miiiir procured from the city bastile by .
ago the Winter Park band has Ten- Mrs. Edward; Miss Florida Stone, Chief Penn when the discarded Jew- -
tiered' a number of very successful and Miss Mabel Edwards returned '! The mid-week service for this evening elry was left by a tramp.
concert programs, and it U hoped! that Monday night from Tampa where at the Presbyterian church will ALTAMONTE
these concerts may be repeated from they went some days ago for a short be a service preparatory to communion -
time to time throughout the winter visit. led by Dr. McConnell; sub- FRIDAYThe ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FLORIDA
months. A movement is on foot to jest "Christ's Gift to His Own. NOW OPEN
strengthen the band organization, and : Mrs. R. L. King and attractive
(I I week is a busy one with County Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando,
make it possible to improve its work, daughters, the Misses Hallie and Lois TWO CAR LOADS OF NEW MAX- and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with
and it is to be hoped that this will King, of Orlando were visitors in WELLSW. Tax Collector W. I. Martin, as every modern improvement. 500 feet of broad piazzas, overlookingtwo
tax payers are rushing to pay their lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis
succeed as the band could easily be Winter Park yesterday. I DeLaney Way went to Sanford
taxes before the end of the year so Roque, Bowling on the green. Billiard and Pool Hall Bowling Alleys
made one of the town's most valuable Monday where he unloaded two car Boats Orange Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
as to secure the cent. dis-
assets as it would provide another I Eugene Bellows and James Bhivler loads of Maxwell cars. Mr. Way has one per shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, de-
source of entertainment for the hun- motored to Tampa Monday, Mr. Bel- I orders' for several of the cars which count. No discount will be allowed lightful patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of
after Friday. cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
.dreds of visitors who spend their win- lows returning to Winter Park yes- were delivered yesterday.
ters here every season. .terday morning.Mrs. GEO. E. BATES & SON, Owner and Proprieters.
PUT RING AROUND DATES For fine fruit cake ana Christmas
ROYAL NEIGHBORS MEET R. J. Butts, who has been visiting goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try
MONDAY i Mrs. J. C. Vick for the past sev- Chas. II. Baker, county agent, some of our genuine old fashioned
fruit cake at 25c. and 40c.
Monday, January 3, Orange Camp eral days left yesterday for her home wishes every one to draw a ring per pound.
Royal Neighbors of America, will ,at Sanford. around January 4 and 5 when the 12-23-6tc The Longwood HotelOpen
meet in regular session, at Hooker farmers' institutes will be held at -
Memorial Hall. A full attendance is Mr. and Mrs.\ John Law and son, Apopka and Ocoee respectively. RoomNo. 3. Schultz Bid if.
desired as important business will be James, of Dayton, Ohio arrived in under new management. Special attention
brought up for consideration at this Orlando yesterday afternoon and will SXOW AND RESULT I Dr. C. W. Fain given to auto parties.

meeting. !spend the next month in this section.IS . As a result of wading through DENTIST Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the
know at Williston, N. C., a few days Office Hours: 8 to 12. 2 to 5. week or month.
Mrs. Weathersbee returned Monday - --- Located at Longwood Fla.? the town of opportunity.
Mrs. May Denning was noted F* A. Peppercorn's new residence has contracted a severe cold. .F. W. SHEPHERD;. D, A. M1DGLEV, Mgr.
among the Winter Park people who on Lucerne Circle Is hearing completion The harry UrocerWinter a.
visited OrlahJo yesterday. Mh and Mrs f E. D t'resrott of
Park Fldrlda
I Jack ohVllle ate in Orlahdd spendingthe
Mh and Mrs t frank< t E. BpooHef art tO OAKLAND holidays with Mrs. Pteseett'a! We! wish I you all\ a Met-ry Xmas and!

efcpette-tl Itt H>tUHt to there home ttt I Mi Oteratreet) Motored to Oak* hiotlietMts.!. M U gmoakt at the! happy New Yeah Advertise In the SentinelS
Wittier Path today I land! yesterday en business' Atlingtnn ltnus@. P, W l llkPllklth.

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December, 91, 191ft\ '6 ,18T.n: December) :91, IBIS.\ . ? 9,853: :t December) :91, 1019\ 1708.810.08December

I December) :91, 1019 03,970.1.1: ) : n@f@mt) r :91, ton , , m 438 ) 91, 1019 177,2(18,71(

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incr@iN'' 999,1111,19 I nn,"I, II II It It It qt.U.0..Of
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the close of the third year of the present management of this
Institution the officers and directors desire to publically express
their appreciation of the confidence, friendship patronage

Bank with that has enabled it to Dank with
Increase its assets over half a million dollars.
The NATIONAL Bank More than double its surplus and undivided profits. The NATIONAL Bank

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

C further the welfare of the comunity by the purchase and distribution .
of approximately $350,000 of Orlando and Orange .

County securities .
and to
encourage the citizens and business interests by loaning them,
upon approved security, virtually a half million dollars.
May the New Year bring to you a just proportion of benefits.









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CLUB Dr. Edward T. Poulson pastor of work part Reliance comedy-drama.
Judge T. Picton Warlow and Mrs. the First Baptist church of Orlando will be BRADY'S BIRTHDAY"
Warlow entertained very delightfullylast I joined in the holy bonds of matrimony tion of comedy and featuring Arthur Riley .
evening at a dance at the Orlando Saturday Christmas day at of Cunningham.
Country Club in honor of their guest 15:30 o'clock at the pastorium Mr. B. CENTS TO ALL.
Miss Mary Virginia Mcllvaine of I B. Prescott and Miss Olive L. Hansell. \ :-Teddy Sampson and
Pittsburgh and their charming daughter -|I The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ."West in "Her Oath of Ven- ti
A two reel Majestic.
,Miss Helen Warlow. About 125 i I D. W. Prescott pioneer residents of
young people attended the affair t Orange county and is one of the successful for
which proved to be unusually brilliant horticulturists of the Taft sec- where SIXES HAVE ARRIVED
and enjoyable. The guests were re-i i I lion.I ants o
I of the Palms Auto
ceived by Judge and Mrs. Warlow {I I The winsome bride is the daughterlof ding Fuller
and the honorees. The club house interior I j I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hansen, of events has received a shipment of TilE BEST GIFTS OX TilE TREE: will be articles of Jewelry
was attractively dressed in I I I Pine Castle who are numbered among groom Sixes. They are beauties from this establishment We are proud of our stock. Choose
Christmas bells and colors. A feature the first settlers of this county. She Ur. sell rapidly. your gifts and let us lay them aside for you.
of the decorations were two I is one of the faithful and efficient
Christmas trees on either side of the I j[school teachers who has won her way RARE OPPORTUNITY
fireplace upon which were hung the j I into the hearts of many Orange coun- Geo.and Raymond repairer, the is in expert Or ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS/
dance programs. At 11 o'clock a buf- i ty children by her gentle manners again. Prof. Raymond was
fet supper was served. There were her lovely disposition of heart and The & Sons' (N. Y.) head tuner Ib: }
several out of the city guests, among sympathetic nature which left an were years for his, and superior is well piano known tuning.in a.- 01:1": :::: a l-dJ
them Wing Miss Gregory of DeLand. impress for good, and
mentally spiritually Monday i while here will be $2.50.
Music was furnished by Mcintosh. that will endure with those Monday guaranteed the finest. Ad
-0- young people through life. Hotel Astor. 12-29-lt
RETURNED: WITH HRIDK In the uniting of these hearts the church '
Among the Orlando boys returningto Sentinel extends sincere congratulations noon .() ELECT OFFICERS l.:dr cover your house wih a new coat of
upend the holidays with home folksis and trusts their matrimonial FOR YEAR: paint We have just received a fresh
stock of high grade paints, oils varnishes
Chas. K.: llaywood who brings voyage will be one of blessings andjoys. 1'() : ': I etc., and are selling_ them atti
with him his bride who was Miss for the ensuing term were -::::: ; f surprisingly low prices. No longer
Ethelyn: Cramer of Fort Pierce Fla. I -- Rev by Orlando Lodge, No. 20, of ; ;: f is there any excuse for delaying your
Order of Odd Fel painting A coat of paint now will
The married at
happy couple were
tain I'r"=
save two coats later
the latter named city on December 2. choir a well attended meeting held r
They are upending a part of their evenln night' Four candidates were
honeymoon at the country place of into Odd Fellowship. q"tiyAI Orlando Paint & Wall' Paper C.
the Ltldp room'lI father, F. E.; !lIa). WEDDINGStationery flrokaw I III the retiring noble '
Wood. They will return to tlalnes* the officer chosen are aa 205 S. Orange Avenue
vlllt, " Grand, II T. Hotfen. COLEMAN A 1UIAN
llaywood hold a responsible positionat week. :
dram!, f Itewman
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FOR Htl.NDAV/ HCIIOOI CI.A8H : "flr. I1. P Lautiaeh
Mr*. Opal MfKennie entertained the Invitation Miss streets.'r': Martin Zeller,
to the Irand Lodge, T. HANDFUNERAL
members of her Sunday/ school' glass and
at her home on West street 'last/ even I AnnouncementsAt lip A, Banner and Martin
. Ing. Indoor and outdoor addedto
game I Home Curd. li I
the pleasure/ of the occasion for and DIRECTOR
the young' people The class was well Calling Card.
represented, and in addition Mrs Me- AND EMBALMERAll
Kenzie had<< a. her guests for the The
evening Mrs W. E. Martin Mrs, Ed. this CorsetsNot
Walker and Mrs J, B. Ley who as- J. P. STEVENS \ answered
calls Promptly Day
sisted in entertaining the children. ENGRAVING CO. Jean }) ( sold in stores)
Refreshments were served and a delightful guests, a Corset made to fit you. or Night. Hand Block. \
time was enjoyed by all. and a demonstration. I
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Thursday afternoon--0- there is to bea Mr. Van to Buskirk Orlando, Florida.
caM party at the Rosalind Club. I I

Playing will start at 3:30 o'clock. Year's Friday Corsetiere Ave. Orlando PHONE i 639. RESIUENCEPHONE 457.


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a tion.full ( LUCERNE(

caste iest A. CUKT1S WILLIAM a. O'NEAL

played TO-DAY .

'$$350.00 term CHANCE TO SEE CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance

at the
are the
Vice AND POSING DOG Loans Real Estate

ACT OUT OF Rentals


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Car is in almost per- ments
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Shock absorbers, SAXON SIX $785.00F.

seat covers, electric


beyond dkpute. Superbly solitary In conceded pre-em
We have lnted distributor> for central
inence. Imitation preposterous end futile.CARMEN, Florida for this wonderful CAr. Wf will have in two carloads .
before January lit, and want everybody in Orlandoto
ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon II
the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings
throughout, electric starter and light, genuine leather
i 07 PHILLIPS & S OUlllO\ )holatery; and all refinement of a 2000.00 automobile.
L TV. ..et us give you demonstration Carload of the famous
Reo Six's, to arrive this week. You are invited to ride
The theme the gaze the wonder of a dazzled movingpictureworld. in them also. For high class, long life and hard work

210 S. Orange Ave. Everywhere received with spontaneous acclamation and Reo and Saxon.PALMS,

rapturous applause.


masterpiece of photoplay accomplishment. The product of

time thought lavish expenditure and accumulated experience for
Reo and Saxon Automobiles.
heretofore never unionized and 'concentrated.
N. Orange Ave. Phone 400rlttnan

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M Of our phenomenal Christmas selling has leftus

with a large quantity of Fancy Articles,

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


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 !
Handkerchiefs regular 25c each .... for 3 5 C .

Regular 35c each uO cts. 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 flC! (JJP!f (JH
est of the new for early spring new$4$ JJ) JDf) yl ,IU :
MEN'S NECKWEAR. Also just arrived. John Davids first
showing of the newest in Spring Ties f PS PCMTO
and Cravats *J*-* ULl 110



36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors, including 79
black, regular $1.00 quality for
All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine, all colors, in- 89
cluding black, regular $1.25 quality for f1ENTS .
36 inch Kimona Silks, dainty floral effects 49
on colored grounds, reg. 69c quality f1ENTS
36 inch Pure dyed Chiffon Taffeta in all 4D1f\
colors, reg.. $1.35 quality for M'iV-Fvr .

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 "Viyella" All Wool
: Tennis Cloth. Fine range U.h S. Prl-ce. 68c

'. Dickson-Ives Company"Orlando's

Favorite Shopping. Place"


Store will be closed all day Sat- .. . .. .

urday New Year's Day

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SALE. Albania, on an Italian cruiser. lIe
The steadily advancing price of You talkin bout jo New York cops, announced before leaving Avlona that
1 TO SETTLE AN ESTA'lEBeautiful gasoline threatens to become a se- : En cops in Boston town, he wished to go to Saloniki to consult i[S'
Stone Residence, con- Er totin great big clubs en pops, with the Serbian minister: of war as
rious matter to that class of peoplein
sisting of 6 Rooms, Bath, Sleeping En dem beats holdin down, to military plans.To CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES
so-called "ordinary circumstances.
Porch, Stable-Garage, Chicken But when hit cums to a rail clean
Yard, and about 60 fruit trees, Various reasons are given for the advances town, Support Skouloudis !i I' :
mostly all in bearing. Lot 150x which are now made every few Each man true to his pos, Berlin Dec. 27.-. Gounaris, :
200. Only 1% blocks from Lake weeks, among them being a shortageof De bes Ise seed in gittin roun whose party won the recent general I
Lucerne. Quiet, ideal location. supply. When we read that Eng- Am Orlando's Police Force. election in Greece, has renounced his I
Inquire at 113 Ernestine St., or land, while producing no gasoline,has claims to the premiership, the Over Cameras $2 to $25
W. II. PALMER Adm'r, been able ever since the beginning of Chief Smith am good as any cheif I I'I I seas News Agency says.
3 West Pine St. the war and is still able to get all the I I'I Dat I is ever seed; The Athens dispatch received by Hawkeye $2 and $3
gasoline it requires from this country Don't bleeve in clubbin gent nor thief, the news agency says that M. Gou-
perhaps there is a reason for a I Jes simply fur to see him bleed. naris made a report to King Constantine -
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shortage for home consumption. At Oat man always got good advice, on the outcome of the election, Films all
any rate it will be impossible for the !Of him dis town kin boas, and added that as the leader of the for Cameras
DR. J.J M. MASTERS oil companies to charge as a regular 'I En: all dem cops am mouty nice- new majority party he was willing. to
and Kodaks
thing. more thnn twenty cents a gallon i Orlando's Police Force. support the ministry of Premier
GRANt VIEW SANITARIUM at retail without making the price Skouloudis. Owing to political conditions .
prohibitive to so many interests that i i You wouldn't think not narry poun in Greece he believed n change .
Port Orange Florida some cheaper substitute must be Dat kale dem cops am nice in government to be not only unnecessary -
found. And there are substitute : IIc1I let you rum en full dis town but unwise. DEVELOPING
which cnn be obtained if the demand Chuck full er crime en %-ice.Kn .
Devoted to treatment, Nose, for them grows sufficiently insistent I : ef you does dev'll make you suit

Throat and Lung All facilities! Although comparatively little has | Pit neater dan n ghost: !! %s'. T. ENTKICAN .
been heard (if it In this country, n i| l oy'll\) do tint thing, dnt'n no dispute, LICENSED CONTRACTOR
for scientific and successful IIUt.lilltut'h'h! is the invention of Orlando's Police Force.
treatment \Vi1Ilnni A. Hall nn American has for LUCERNE E PHARMACY
met with hInt kPtl l success In ttnjtlnhdntnl Unli't keer what nhi Jo native home I'AIMIMI, limiltAIINU t I1IC. .
HH t the t'ontlnetit. t Indeed, the r;> how menny safes! Louse Mew l i'hont 217.
Oakland flt:! $870) I F. O. it. Orlando, Itrltlott toVeHitnpht ts tin* using \\henebbef In his town you ronhii
fl.lHUI'" gallons! dally of this fuel Which Y nuse! met yn Waterloo. I'llONB :2, Wti CIIVM TKADINd( ) tlll l'RN
Oakland, BU I $8TO .I' 0, 11, OHntuio,
I Is fnlled l fwilnr1sjilHt: t t'thr. tlinrle! liar! ItUHis t>n I'ltikeltoMi NaHh ileyifiHIH
I I4. "t'hitndleh' Hi** MttlhPHl t.ltpIl11..I..t hnsle When hi KMmmee! tl..lt HIP hilitt'p Drug. Mint*.

'' !M Ilils fuel Mini+ Utrtlps that It I."hIlH.I l I. I Ila I WMll fMt1-tipM.| ,jlfHt f limos,
+, MlUfrtltHt-y. \tl"p lit hlltMNhd : I Mill lie, |I.t-Itl.* ) tif. ,iiAm | < tit 111I1I1It+ Inwh( '', i:

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''ltihlihd, fl4PI $wi I'* Mil, '" avarywliats', ,. : .. veiv' thMj'lY. "rrniKM t+ : "IIMI', \* 'plwap' 'fIll, avly! !IIlIIf' , ail (ltiha' ym II tae., r rH/ ueM elmt/ittiitilttttttsim rts/rttttslt.tttt tmss
wdvhn,. i*' ,MIM 111 h'n'.k"-iI1l..IiIt"t alwp!: till"$ "' //.Item eiito" an bmSialpleep I''
|'HnUt>iM t by, oiTuUlly+ lUnieeiiiir tlmt inUH7 + !: en I, HI ,lilli', teal. In ,diiitasa. 'It114hhn I .t cArs. ''H" flM l avarywlier@I :
i (Iha'' trftVPHtmuU Until t'III-I l aver llut.0 caps|' am walhin ffmn ,: _
li'IIIII'll'! it I VIII I ippll ,the tiiitilt demttmwl l alcohol |I'lf.ill"I' *, I I #ball: .out yo buIMiiirs, Ht yi gun, /, START THE NEW
supplying| | (hat nininndtty to its people i Kn shout tel you pit hoarse, FOR SALE!
fur nil 1| industrial' purpose at ft Dey' made a hit, data what deys
cheap price. Under' these conditions dunOrlando's I I: YEAR RIGHTBy
it seems reasonable to believe that Police Force
even in this country we may eventu- II -Paul Berlack, Two lots frontingon
ally look for a cheap substitute fuel ,
INCOME INVESTMENTS for gasoline if the latter cannot be Repulse Turks Colonial Drive trading at the _only exclusive -
supplied at other than prohibitive London, Dec 27,-The correspondent
YIELDING NET A INCOME.GUARANTEED prices.-Tampa Tribune.TO at Athens of the Exchange Tele- East and Park : Cigar Store in
graph company says a royal decree
BUILDING MATERIALS.We SELL PUBLIC LANDS IN has been issued disbanding two aux- Lake. Bearing or- Orlando.
..11! everything! build FLORIDA iliary classes of troops.
houae and in baying! all your I A severe repulse for the Turks by ange trees, large
material from one firm you Washington D. C.-Champ Clark, 'the British Mesopotamian army at
ave the each diacounta. II Kutel-Amara on the Tigris is reported Jive oaks. Corner ,:
speaker of the house of representatives -

ESTIMATES PLANS FURNISHEDsssssssssssssss AND protection, proposes and drainage to establish fund by a flood selling |'|Townshend.by the British, but The were commander.Turks beaten attacked off General their determinedly lot $800. Inside lot GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE I

the public lands in Florida and :
!losses being! from GOO to 800 killed $700. Phone 567, :
twelve other states and the territory I;and wounded it is declared, while the 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. !N.! EvansiMMMIIIIIIIIMM
- - of Alaska. British casualties were under 200. or inquire JOS Hill-:
Read the Morning Sennnel for the King! Peter of Serbia arrived at I'
An ad in the Morning Sertir is acafe crest Avenue. ...
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the simple, dignified lines of'this bed. it is ft Blmmohs, Its burnished Harmonize With the Finest Furnished
steel syffafe takes a smooth, perfect finish\ It is lid light=one-thifd less

than a similar ifdn bed thrt r a child Uft wove it. Mounted en steel-wheel' Bedroom

lei meunt! eaMefn/ it will\ not mesh floors nor tear fug.
We determined to Yy knew cur reputitten fr genyin furniture values! See this beds! Then
The maker stands t behind our endorsement are yet will realize! why W@ erutaree it. The finUh, prior to tiny that can
l h@ 111(1ft lid style Iron l<@da, Bpprenimate perfetin! end I III flasiike! In
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this tod.' Our only
en price :
its! smoothness
make the last few days

JJimmorlll.m,4e, pf cold-rolled bur* fng the new ntee-wheel) !', leg! mount
of this the best flishei steel tubing, this M weighs casters, it cannot harm floors nor
year ever one-third less than a similar style in rugs, It is a value that you will ap'
iron pipe One third lighter and hav predate at f5,85.

Therefore we give you the opportunity of purchasing your Bed and Bedding at a time year you need

them most at prices much lower than ever sold before. Our stock is very full and complete just now

and can save you money on anything in the Furnishing line. Let us show vou today.OSar .

: Hand & Son

The Home Outfitters


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HI t. "Rhone 405 nAturnhintirl\ fflrHftfJftlll'$ $ tA t1. N, isw11'e '
4UT Bong
_ "No Tree Is A First Cla8s Tree j
(our man\ Jndue I Hi(, ppanli, At valve our pralae, lecauae t Wtl must, -
; --- ,the Moral fpurt subject' them to A 'Of one who in his I lord did trust,
careful crpe< roin"tion. tp determine .
Who' left this worM of care and}
lCpntrnftur fur All Classes! of whether or not they will be truly "Irif Budded
Concrete Ilulldinga, All loyal to the United! State under all To enter that Abundant Life, s
Work First Class 'circumstances He impressed upon

Also Manufacturers of them that in becoming citizens of the All claimed him friend, 'tis friend. from Bearingtrees
United States they are supposed) to ship's test,

Concrete Building Blocks of every be as loyal as native Americans. "They loved him most who knew him

designs, White Way Posts, When Judge Sheppard finished his best."
of known
there was no doubt that he a
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn His generous heart and hand did yield
was determined that the new citizens: To all those who for aid appealed.His .
Benches, Art Work, Vaces of should be possessed of none of the I

any size or design Walks, Steps, foreign leanings that have made hyphenated creed was broad-it spanned the = Quantity and
Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. Americans unpopular. He earth, II

Building Blocks Faced with asked each applicant for citizenshipif And blessed the land which gave him
he would be willing to support the birth.
Granite Coquina, Gravel or
of Pro-
United States even in war against the His talents they increased the faster Quality
other material. Call and
any see land of his birth and when satisfac- Because he used them for his Master. :
samples. tory answers were given the oath of

allegiance to the United States was His friends from all directions came I. : duction.O.W.Conner. .
administered. To show their reverence for his name,
Plans and Estimates MadeConvinced In that same church where once he I

Howard's Studio, on the Avenue, His people with the Living Bread.
I Ilie's
wishes to thank you very kindly for
responding so generously to the call Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
left uses! he's gone before,
for babies for the fair exhibit. You
overnight it takes time. Contract
for YOUR
grown ; NOW.
have done fine. You have loaded the But left behind an open door.A supply
studio up so that it will take until broken link has cleft the chain,
the week after Christmas to
"Yes" said the specialist, as he ready for more. Please do not bring Which only Christ can close again.
stood by the sick contractor, 1 can
babies for the fair until the
cure you." your Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
Wednesday after Christmas. and thenwe CHRISTMAS AT UNITY CHAPEL
"What will it cost;' asked the sick will be glad to run the free prop- NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

man"Ninety-five faintly. dollars." osition notice will for a be short given.time longer. Due A very pretty and interesting nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

"You little,"will have to the shade contractor.your pricea "I I Christmas program was given Sunday by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes. DEMAND
replied .
got a better bid from the undertaker." NEW BILLS ARE MANY I evening for the young people of trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-
The specialist stood pat on his price Unity Chapel. The program was rendered I.
I istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
And his competitor got the job. i under the direction of Mrs. F.
We are specialists in our line of I Washington, D. C.-Bill clerks of W. Stanley and :Miss Emma Hairier, I tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
the house who still working
are on
work will and pay sanitary you to conditions stay on the prevail.It safe I Iaide. the records of the proceedings of the Mrs. Geo. I. Russell presiding at the trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

sessions up to the holiday recess re piano. Christmas carols, folk dances interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

ported today that the number of bills and readings were given by the chil time and money to bring it into bearing.

Orlando already introduced at the 64th congress dren, after which the Christmas goodies Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
were distributed to the membersof
more than doubles the number you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
the school.
Steam LaundryFRENCH of such period measures at the opening presented of in the a 63rd similar proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

WOULD Fir.HT FOR U. S. IX WAR Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
DRY CLEANF-RS During the first 12 days of the last DIXIE HIGHWAY OFFICIAL Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

LAUNDERERS congress; 3,320 bills were introduced.In RENDS TWEETING work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
the similar period during; the present A-ny, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then Is the fifteen\ to thirty cents In
"Deeply grateful for the
fteMion thl'rel're 0,781 bills introduced supportyou
comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write! for it,
have .
besides 153: resolutions given us in our efforts! to
secure! the construction of the Disiettlphwny .
S. Helen Graves
t wish to personally etehd \<-
IN\'r.lttMI! tit the uf the
ItAllt AM) PACE .*t'RCIAUrKhrttltttmihtf --- you pert-
Anh hhd in PMtrem' Die wish! tlinl t theN
Ihe tilertl Investment! U tihe that Ocklawaha Nurseries
| Mrthicutihtf, 1 t'rtctrtl, .'elltl" ft uurtHHiteeil I HP t Inpwiie. The! w 1 eAr hirty liold, in Rtute l t fW you
llttily Mrt!IIII"t! 0 tttnl ftwlit h "thphtft! :IWt11111i II1\-"II.P, hht Hie litillilep. liv. (iPrttPi ttroepptily Hhd hA1|*|I'IheRO| ! M,
given. UHitpp, HtwleHt. Pt'ieiilirk'( jtiiwlile tI'tl1UIt1t1' t'tttiV A (l'n U'liH-t. tiulliflefelVe .\ = M. Alllooh, fii.... ..lttht,"
|/ !!ii ]My' (th>tttmi ttt4 I have given! .itt lUfitPtrtry : i'III. will iltftUfttftUtMt, h" 'IliIIIva 1 (0), Wt Conner, I'rutlrielur.'l'ttiilttlIii" ', "I'loHtltti(
I1Hilltll tiltil WftleilitUvltltll' Will
leMillo! Appubilnlenla| | l<* I-HII 'rata tif YHltiei I'lrilH HI| ,| a..I Imiata4. 1'011II) ('MAP
I lie iiMiie\ liy I'liiiiip No $t)7H) Knur I Wl fut,, '.M l f>rap, l-ia I :IIhTtll ?0 acres \lrliI1lnti' ( Unit. j just i tIlT! I G. G. WRIGHT Orlando Florida
l la 19 ami i 1 (tft fl\ p.nt, |I..uK l road flittl\ ftuntintr for half ft Agent, ,
!I'rt&t, } park Tnhnnn'a puna' clam\ mile (the i>nuUi f\t>t aisle' of A I lipauufHj -
NAIihlNlliYuNalhluchwnrth houtlion for 1i,1, lp at all\! leading ,pro lake. not far from Orlando $Th ,,,.,
lfinllitt0: for immediate)
per Here an |
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Suite 1 and 3. Suite 6 and 7


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about 2 miles from Orlando, brick road, 10 acre bearing grove, 7 room house, barn, etc.!

Price $6000 v3Vfc .


2 miles from Orlando, 3>/g acres, 3 story house.

Price $1500.


Quarter mile from city limits, 8 acres truck land, 6 room new house, servants's house, barn, etc.

$3000.00 4


2 miles from Orlando, quarter mile from brick road, facing beautiful lake, 10 acres all cleared .

and fenced, 5 room house, barn, large chicken house, 100 young orange trees, good horse, buggy

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

5th .
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Price! $2400.00


t front tlo!!e till 60240, i'fieg $1 Oti.6a '



atisfie4 clients made JIlT business a success."

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FOR RENT-Pleasant, comfortablerooms
for light/ housekeeping in H R. BERRY!
private family; modern and convenient -
315 West Central avenue. .

FUR KENT; -Lanre peasant. fur. A complete line of Ford Accessories
nlshed rooms, with private family,
SEAL close in. 302 North Orange! avenue ; A staff of expert mechanics
12-12-tfc 1 FOR SALE

to render satisfaction in all -
FOR KENT: OR SALK:-Two story
house No. 10 West Robinson ave. Just lines of Automobile Repair
nue. Modern conveniences. Phone
OPP. SAN JUAN 36. R. U. Perry 12-28-6t Real EstateTRACY I Work. Vulcanizing Oils and
S A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

MOTEL. TO KENT-Large room with board ____ __ ___ 1 Gasoline and fair and square
suitable for two people. Reason
able. All conveniences. Close in & SOMERVILLF-Carpenters f prices. v S. West St. $2300.
212 East Jackson. Phone 406. and cabinet maker Screen
FARMLANDSGROWSMOUSESLOTS. 1':28.12tc doors and windows frames sleeping
_- porches counters shelving:, !showcases
WANTED refrigerators alterations and
additions. We keep a number of For Nine YearsWe
WANTED-Ford touring car. cheap skilled workmen constantly on hand.
FOR SALE for cash; also one Ford touring J8 East Church street. 12-2-lmo* have been in business at the C.A.HOVEY
body complete, in good condition.
Answer quick. Box. 93, Orlando Fla. NOTARY PUBLIC with seal. I makea same location Corner of South
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms 12-22-tf sp-ialty of deeds mortgages
with leases, contracts etc. Price J eaI I
practically new nice condition -- very Main and Church Streets.
ti lawn bearing citrus fruit trees roses WANTED-Want to buy a small I sonable. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very house and lot; also a vacant lot; Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc 'I Phone 226
desirable location. $4,000 terms. must not be far out; price must be I -. t
Address "Owner." Box 33 Orlando right.: Address A. B. C., care SentineL Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
Fla. 11-16-lmoc 12-18-tf
FOR SALE AT BARGAINOr WANTED-By a white woman posi- CUNT
will rent completely furnished tion as cook matron companion or
home, housekeeper. Addres L. E. M.. 114 375WestJefferson Advertise
new modern and attractive I -------- --- Sentinel
pretty lawn and shrubbery near Lake : East Concord avenue. 12-24-6t Street
Eola; two stories five rooms bath
screened sleeping porch and summer WANTED white woman for general Successor to
dining room. Address Owner Box housework family of three I RATES
397. or call at 312 Broadway. adults. Go home nights. References Hand Wood CompanyWood
11-10-dw-tf required. Call 409 Lockhart street.

12-28-21 I Account ofChristifias Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
FOR SALE-A good five room house I of All Kinds
WANTED-Two unfurnished i
in fine condition, in good location; rooms
three lots a bar i by year, close in; rent must be rea- PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE
and cold water ;
sonable location and in C
price Holidays
Summerlin.gain for quick buyer. Call 11-20-tfc at the reply.office. ;Address "Lady" care 12-28-St Sentinel II I PRICE I

horse, I Values Low Prices
FOR SALE-Fine saddle cheap. I WANTED SITUATION-By settled ViaAtlantic
See Jas. L. Giles. 11-25-tfc white woman as cook in boarding; :t
douse, or small hotel or as house-i I COMPARE
FOR SALE-Large refrigerator cheap. Jas.and keeper. Inquire "Cook," at Sentinel 'You Cannot Do It Coast LineStandard
other market fixtures office. 12-28-Stc<<
A. Knox. 11.27-tfe i I OUR FURNITUREWe

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, LOST ;Feed 10 people well for $2.50. Railroad of the South

furnished and unfurnished. Also I But the Model can and does feed
the of furniture that has been
lots. Call and see whatI LOST-.Small open faced watch on provide quality long accepted -
some have splendid to offer before you buy or pin between Lake Lucerne and the hundreds at 25 cents each. by !knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit If

rent. Mrs. Ii. B. Leake. 45 East Puu Empire hotel. Monogram: L. B. L. on Quantity counts.It an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. Trust hack. Co.Return and receive to Orlando reward.Bank and is the quantity cooked that Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

10-8-dw.lmo tones of this business, and that means much to buyer.
11-3-tfc any
makes it possible to serve a satisfying inclusive, limited to reach original -
Studebaker roadster -
condition, runs as quiet special at 15c.
perfect MISCELLANEOUSGEO. starting point by midnight
as an electric; bargain. J. R. Yearby. It is because our oysters are
12-22-6tc<< January
T. HULL CO. always fresh that we serve so

FOR jALE; OR RENT-By owner many.It Corner Orange A.... and Church: Street, Orlando, Florida
bungalows in Phone 105. Rock Bldg., .Room 3.
tw")f the prettiest
is because Coffee and
town. Each has six large rooms hall Call and see us if interested in real our I
and bath with all modern conven- estate. Buy sell or exchange: prop- Pies are best that we serve bar- For Information Call on
iences. One just about completed erty. Rentals carefully attended to. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
be completed by 25th of 11-9-lmoc rels of one and hundreds of the
other December one;to nice lots and fine location other. W. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

and near$3,250 Lake; cash Cherokee.payment Price and terms.$3,500 "while Umbrellas you wait.tvcoverea at Young's and repaired Repair No advance in prices for Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel

Also a four room bungalow in north- Shop. 21 E. Pins 8t special occasions.It .
eastern part of town. This bungalow:
and 1 lot 60 by 150 feet, $950, or pays to be reliable.
with 2 lots $1050: cash and terms. SAFETY FIRST PRICES
Address Kentucky Home 611 Palmer OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Lumber. I .J -t tilt* and S11ng'leaJ
street Orlando. Phone 686. Get the Real "Savings Check"PenniesAll
1216-lmoc lOc. articles: 9c. One cent and
over "savings pennies" from every
FOR SALE Horse and buckboard. article purchased. Nothing charged
Horse is tough, allil sound "t these prices. Prompt delivery The ModelCafe ro/nrjrvijv
and gentle. 202 Hunt Robinson ave. Hall Grocery Co., No. 11 W. Koblnnon r.
12-28-3t avenue. Phone 118. M223-tc

FOR 8ALK:-Fine Jersey cow heifer
--- ---
calf by h T side. Address flux, 62,
Winter Park, *'1.. 12. K.6lc () I I..ANno
Phone 5 for Siernons' Milliner i i
FOR SALB-A number one good
work horse sound gentle 6 years FISH AND OYSTERS Cement Plaster and Lime
old weighs about 1,000 pounda. Cheap LADIES' HATS Agatite
it taken at once. Address 401 West

Church} street. Phone 644. 12-28-6U Fresh Every Day CHILDREN'S HATS ..mow.-.r.. ...,.... .+..
We offer' a choice selection of
lake front two lots, modern house Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.09 $3.00,
twenty bearing citrus trees. Will fur- 39 West Church Street $' .00, $5.00 $8.00.
nish to purchaser good tenant for Children. Hats $1.00 $1.50 and up.
east half of house for one year with Our styles are .. good-and our
privilege of three at twenty-five dollars -
prices are so reasonable that will
a month. This will net purchaser yeu
6 per cent. and his own rent. Address find our store the best place in the
Saskatah care Sentinel. 12-19-lmo* Will Sacrifice city for millinery.

BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, close 10,000 Siemens Millinery i

age in,almost on West built.Central Chas. avenue P. Dow.; gar- Store Leave the Furnace for Real Winteri

12-17-tfc .,

FOR SALE-Lettuce, onion cabbage' Your home can be just as warm and cozy with a few handy Gas Heaters during these
and collard plants. 502 W. Central Best and PromptestAuto

avenue -12-14-tfc- True To Name n chilly days as if you underwent the constant annoyance of tending a dirty, "cranky"

5 to 7 foot trees Livery
a FOR RENT 50c EACH Service I furnace. And there is no fire to build no soot or ashes to struggle with. When you

The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this All leading varieties budded on enter a room simply light the Gas Heater and you have warmth; when you leave turn
season on the second floor of Yowell-
Duckworth building at'left of eleva- sour and grapefruit roots from
I it off and your expense immediately ceases.
tor. 1-12-8-tfc
known stock.Conway. '

FOR RENT-Large two story fur- NurseryR.

nished dwelling modern conven- BUICK CARWe Heaters Can Save Your Coal Bills
iences, two sleeping porches two T. PEEL Gas
blocks from postoffice corner Jackson *
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox. Orlando R R I.
11-24-tf By using Gas Heaters in all but the coldest weather you can halve your coal bill. Gas
call anywhere at any time
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms heating is much more economical than coal heating. And it heats where you want it,

block in from new Anderson modern home street;, near one-half StLuke's WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS Gordon's' Transfer Co too-not the basement or the unused room. We have a Gas Heater to fit any sized room

hospital. Reasonable rates for SWEETHEARTS .

the\0-29-tf season.JL 406 Margaret street. 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 in your house. Come in and see it.


FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms COMING
with all conveniences. Apply 209
Palmetto St., 2 blocks from Post Of- Pansy Plants RoseBushes
fice. 11-27-tfc Buy the "Men" a Box of ,

FOR RENT-Attractive business Petunia : ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

room. See H. R. Berry at the Ford NEW SOUTH.Cigars ...
Garage. 11-11-tf Plants
room. First Methodist church; tele- Leave your orders here
phone 221 or call 14 East Jackson
street 10-20-tfc
FOR RENT-Large airy rooms with
heat at "Welcome Inn. Home .Violet Dell Florist .
comforts. Screened sleeping porches. .
Only one door from Presbyterian
church. 106 East Church street A Smoke That Will Pat ThemIn J. H. CARUTHERS
Special rates for the season.

12-28-6t a Good Humor For 1916. Phone SO*. 4M South LAb ... .....IiI

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1 .

B. Z. Snowden returned to Or-
lando from a combined business and
pleasure trip to Pierson.Mr. .
t I and Mrs. S. Rosin and son, of
, Arcadia, spent yesterday in Orlando,
, registering at the San Juan hotel.
-'-'. ; ::f.
, : :: : : ; t
Miss Mary Smith returned :yesterday -
/ on the Tampa Special from a
visit to relatives and friends in Jack- !" ,; .. Lt'
Glad Tidings .
:sonville and St. Augustine. .
. The safety of your funds, co-opera- I I Ride Hamrick's-jitney bus, 5e:. .. .. .
r 1 ltf-18-tf .
: tion of our officials, promptness and

courtesy of our employees and friendly Mr. W. M. Haasell, one of PineCastle' ..
staunch and substantial citizens -
interest in your welfare are all points that spent yesterday in Orlando, .
the State Bank invites you to consider transacting business and mingling I

. when choosing the institution you will with former business associates. mu
: bank with. Mr. and Mrs. I'. N. Randall were
; We solicit small as well as large ac among the arrivals in Orlando yesterday -
afternoon on the Tampa Special -
counts-both will have our equally careful coming from Ripley, N. Y. They I g i in customers-and a still

attention. tlon.plan to upend. dome time in this see- I I II II II 1 larger increase in deposits

THE UtE In llnmrick's Jitney Bu. one In...3...years
BANK hour 12! miles iLt' 3Ut. 28-tfc
STATE I Head our ad! on page rt i
fi.: Bklnher:
Ml- nhd Mr!* rl. ; re-
OF turned ttt Orltthtld/ tlo tHdrtt ttfterttbtt -
: frbirt !1riHbW. \;- 1! lo1 had
ORLANDOwL tert ItlllohlllhJt| rt J wiih] Mhi!! klhher's:; hi Unh Mis.!!
t+. IH.lHrlt .
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: iit iIi fllllIII\ WtF: 8mHn the wEll\ -
kIIHWII\ vktHN te\ Illlahde( H: iEt l II lh,,
'rem PIH.ptrHIII! 1'ws //I i: PHHk Phillip, I IFP( Wi.: i. : l, c ; . :itt-tt- : :_ . .. . -- .- ." --:... '- -:- '-- " .: .S .... ..,..-. -
MF(1: P Ihlli\ mMF\ \ P- WAn-
>+r rp .tirrrAi' !: }:
o ?iO-
- --- -- -- --. - -- Saving checks are accepted 1 as cash .
-- h. the saying department of the
Taeoples National hank IHHf

Messrs. If. W. f.JKhtlmrn and W ff. . ': ) .. ... .
:i i.,: .. ':;.!'. : :
Heath( of lakeland, were among the
AYNrSUPMOBIU well known South Floridians spending -
yesterday in Orlando. While here
they made their home at the San . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Juan hotel.

Mr. and Mrs. Naylor, who have
LBROOK J. P. DEALER been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
I. Thornton, at their home, 209 East
Jackson street, left yesterday after-
PPEl[ BROS. noon for Lakeland where they will .10-
spend several days. StudebakerTouring
Three New

Service Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5e.

--- Mr. W. M. Roles, the affable advance Cars
agent for "September Morn," .
arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon -

well known and made attraction arrangements which is for on this the Better drop in now and pick out your new:car

"boards" to appear at the Lucerne
theatre Wednesday, January 5.

A. E. Palmer, R. II. Cobb, Mrs. F.
D. Carr and Miss M. E. Ray, of Orlando -
composed an automobile party San Juan Garage Company j
which motored down yesterday and
are at present guests at the Bay
New Ford Home
noon.-Tampa View. They will Tribune.return this after Orlando-Daytona

Now Open
Fish and oyster received daily
209.11 South Orange Avenue H. M. Self & Co. l.tO-Gat/c

Telephone 38G Mr. Cyril Vivian, who hUll been
pending( several days In Orlando \la-
ting his parents"' l\l\ r. and! Mr!. II. A.
Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, Vivian, nt their horn near Jake ('her- ItRa. ....v.r' \ . ... ... ..... ... ... 'II....... tl.- .Ir p ttl.
kw, left yesterday\ over the C'oadt .
Goodrich, Firestone, AJax, and United ,
where lie hnld
I for Mlnml
f""IIOllllllllo hie| position with nn nlmtrnrt n ... . . ...' . . . . . . .. ...... . . . . . .. .. .. . . . . ....je
States Tlrl'M.uJo'rrc Air at the Curb.

"Make this Ford (Hume Your Ford flume" I I'r. Kerr HO>'('''I Tupprr, of I'hlltlll"hllt ,,- I .
nn eminent speaker nt \lothChautau'u.
n vliltor to Urtnndd and yesterday. oerupted !-
the pulpit! of the ttitprhurth U.t t
phpurnlne Irt (the pvphlh otit .
"URtt'1t >f UoldeH UpJtortUhUy"-
Orltllt RtnF.

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+ : I tJ'P' itpi\rtmtiHh\ ,
Wlin\ now nail\ tmtlfH1 .I1d' t ni+ ara Fraatall\ $ \, Wt$ OraHlnnil ftrfflnUfln nOli lha "f4.on'> ++ KrffUnJrii,
\ v Lila \\r\} \ stoma| in Uw ponnlry to ihow them: You J.l 11,1Iacr4der''' "tlA way called I
llav cr buy out-nf'.data\ nrticte* Iwn, tram Jtinutnghdm, AU., |4>t week: anaccount t
Our tlUpmys for rhritm= w win Interest VPH, Thera of th! drowning pf hi* I son,
ArSJ some wry new and' wry beautiful n veltjes-something -' Mr J. n. Magrw4 f Jr, l left yesterday -
to please everyone to whom you want to give, Coma afternooner the Atlantic Coast
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the f.me for that city, where he will spent 1
best opportunity, two or three weeks' looking after m
You'll not be disappointed at this store We see to business matters
Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam .
bouillon for sale at all 'leading gro-
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando,
Fla. 1-12-18-lmo The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER DoctorsBiiekiuitsler

Orlando Florida
& Bnindag .

Personal lastrucaon OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital,;Surplus and Profits.$141,000.00
.t Kirksnlle, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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