Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00600
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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 30, 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: VID00600
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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In Scutari and EUassan I Regions
10,000 More Italians Land -

at Avolina- Bulgarians Building Committee Has Been IROUBLEIOWIREAIO'SSEPTEMBER [ [ R


London, Dee. 29.-The Russians in AvenueThe

the !southern part of the eastern front STOPPED HIM MORN\ I CLEVELAND, 0., HARD HIT

are making tremendous efforts to Orlando Masonic bodies-A. F.
break through the Austrian lines. and A. M., No. 69, Eureka ChapterNo. The musical comedy, SeptemberMorn
These efforts are developing into 7, and Olivet Commandery No. 4 : will be seen at the Lucerne YESTERDAYTHREE

the most important operation since -have purchased- of the Misses theatre Wednesday January 5. The

the great German drive. Famous Authority on Interna- Welch the three lots on East Cen- of Department of Justice story has to do with the aspiration FEET OF SNOW IN PLACES
The amount of ammunition expend of Rudolph Plastric owner of an art
ed is incredible and the loss must be tional Codes Bitterly Crit Lake tral avenue Eola. Within lying the directly very near west future Assert That Exemption studio, ,who claims to have been the

enormous.On icises Disregard by the Masons will erect a templewhich Does Not Cover This painter. The model of SeptemberMorn 10,000 are Kept From Employ-
is laid claim to by an actress
the Beaaarabian front the Rus
Warrinjj Powers will be simple in design yet Special Case ment When Traffic
who has instructed her agentto Trolley
Bans attacked eight times in the last thoroughly adequate for their pur- press
four time in circulate the rumor that she is the Is the
days, each force. Paralyzed by
for Dec. 29. Determined
Washington, Dec. 29.Germanyand poses many years. Washington, -
According to Vienna every on. : Great Britain, under plea of ne- The building,: committee is headedby to resist arrest under the indictment original.;: The ludicrous moments I Blizzard

alaught was repulsed but evidentlysome i' cessity, have violated every law which Chas. P. Dow, chairman, and Geo. I I found yesterday in New York Representative when the two impersonators are dodging -
each other and when old
slight progress was made by I' stood in their way, declared Dr. Theo- McCullough, J. N. Bradshaw, and I Buchanan, of Illinois, tonight a chesty 1 Cleveland, Ohio Dec. 29.-A blizzard -
r officer who has fallen in love '
the Czar's army
troops. dore S. Woolsey, former professor of Judge T. Picton Warlow. This com awaited the New York officer which paralyzed trolley traffic,
with the actress discovers that she is
The Austrian official report today international law at Yale, in a stir- mittee has been authorized to pro. i who Is expected to arrive with warrants hampered the railroads and telegraphic -
a good friend of his wife much laughter
admits retirement at one place.In ceed the usual lines and submit communications
ring address before the Pan-American along I for the accused. swept the
the north also renewed activity Scientific Congress today. plans etc. The type of architecture I The representative declared emphatically is created. The scenery is said *:o city today isolating the suburbs,

is reported, although on a small The address was the most severe will be unique and in keeping with that he would defy the be prettily designed and painted and keeping 10,000 from employment, and
the costuming introduces the latest
scale. indictment of these two powers yet the antiquity of the order. The first courts to arrest him and said that he leaving snow in some instances three
Parisian creations. The
made during the congress. floor will be given over to parlors anda would insist that the judiciary committee company feet deep.WELL .
Von the numbers, said fifty people.! The
Ilindenberg Proceeding to itjs
"Unless some means is found to banquet hall while the second floor of the house determine whether -
Balkans dancing numbers are described
I punish these violators of internationalcodes will have the lodge halls. under the constitution he is subject KNOWN WINTER VISITOR
London, Dec. 29.-Field Marshal i many, spirited, charming, highly enjoyable .
," he declared "then the nations The site has a frontage of 110 feeton to arrest. DIES
i ? and welcome the world's
Vonllindenberg national
Germany's may well despair of any hope of'international Central avenue and about 170 feat He asserted that his legal adviser
idol, is reported as proceeding to the justice and wars must always on the lake. This is choice propertyand maintained that the constitutional ex popular tango being introduced in va- Mr. Luther Hicks a well known
rious attractive forms. Jo Taylor is
Bal from the Eastern front.
fns lapse into barbarities and sav- will prove an acceptable place emption of members of congress from winter visitor, died suddenly yester-
A Bucharest seen in the newest dances now in
dispatch that
reports agery." for the new Masonic temple. arrest "except fob high treason and day morning at the Lawrence House,
he will co-operate with Field Marshal vogue; ; Carl George, J. J. Patton, Ma
Dr. Woolsey proposed the estab- felonies, or breaches of the peace"operated on West'! Church street, where he
bel La Tin and Vera
Von Mackensen in carrying out the ( LaVere also have
lishment of a tribunal of neutral powers MANY FORD CARS SOLD to prevent his arrest, but and Mrs. Hicks were making their
Near East of the German important parts. Arthur Gillespie
plans pen- to sit in judgment the belligerents officials of the of
upon department justice! home, with acute indigestion. Age
eral! staff. This report comes simultaneously wrote the book and lyrics, Aubrey
with to decree the asserted that the constitutional 84,
power exemption
have from
Many new cars departed Ftauffer
with announcements of decided composed the music' and
checks administered to the Austrian punishment'! of the offending power "The Home of the "Famous' "Ford"' on does hot cover the case Frank' Tannehill, Jr., staged the pro The remains were prepared by
in Albania and for any violation of international law. South Orange avenue this week Mr. against Buchanan.CHANTER duction. Hammond & Gore, undertaker, and

and new! of great Monten'lO'o'l* .F.. G. Rush'! announcing the following Kent to hilt former home, Whitehall,
i catem Messrs.! T. J. Wtttkln, J. M. ISSUED.; ) FOR LUCfiKNIS III., where they will be interred.
the German drive through Greece to
fialonlkl.The: CANCELS Wip FIGHT H T Preedey, .Ft I.. Anderson, C. II. Law PHARMACYTnllnttnuorr EDUCATORS TO ARCADIA The deceased was one of Orlando's

Austrian e 11'1,1| |,$" mralnntHculftri sun, Kev J. J, Bridge, and J. II. pioneer winter visitors. and his death

HUM been rirflnllrlfherked' ItodtiMp ('wider nf Orlando, ; Mm Knhle and i ., 1 i'in,=--AIt11i1nlr the rhnr In universally repreUed
of Iti'TuMullo
according. to am hnrll alive reMtrt| t.. rev MttntiKerV" J. M. Hhnrrwk, tilt ilnrcnnni"" ; IleibeitJerome tem |Issued by Hwetary nf state( II. Florida l Kdurtitlonal, l AMNnclntlan.
tetrad here tnnlghd HI HUP' limit.. Prior to of Plymouth, and Anthony Clay (Crawford this week wa* one to Will (:io to Arradht for I'.N: KOUTi! ; TO( JACKNONVII.LKIv '(()

The Austrian ArtS said' to have iuf> March .1-Mny light r.lm"arrlor. Drennen HUllon, (ha Lucerne Pharmacy Orlando Next MntlnlC-OITI. -

farad no severe a defeat At DJeloptJe nt Milwaukee The general' nature nf the huilnei" ( J, II. Mitchell and family' ar.
that they will be unable to carry nut I HKTIIIIN. TO (OIU.ANDO'" shall I 11. to ennduet it general ilnilTliUiinen rent ChoM' ''nT i rived Orlando yesterday afternoon

their' plan, to march on Neutarl ami I New Orleans, |lit'\", i'U\ ,-On the refuHHl *. 'IIt"I| | | stock' U 110,000 "ll lm..ee, Fla.-, Dee, 2D, During from Tampa and are irueita of Mr.
then join the Bulgarian In tho EUas:! of Tom Jones, Joss WlllArd's Mr. At It. Untrue, who has been H"hU.i, Katrdale Is president, K:, W. the buiineiH session the- and Mr. t'hai. K:? McDowell)) at their
gt Florida
Mn district for a drive on the ltal manager to agree to the diminution looking after business matters for Davis viee-prealdent, and J, D, Wood Educational: Amtoclutlon which 'lasted home, 707 Wed Central avenue for

Ian at Avollim l bout for Fred ,Fulton, at New Or ('liana) : & Company, nn the Kant: Coast, beck secretary and treasurer. well into ,Itut, Arcadia a few day. Rev Mitchell, who has
It U reported that the only way In lean prior to March, Tommy\ Hums, returned to Orlando yesterday after chosen over Went Palm Beach for was the been pastor of the Methodist churchin

which tho Austrian now hope to the New Orleans promoter announced noon. Mrs.\ Hague, who has been IIEIIK: ron THE: SEASON next that city for the past! four years,
the cancellation of the bout late meeting! place and the following has l been assigned to of tho
reach Scutari U l Iy a winter "passage to. spending several days In Jacksonvillewith officers elected one
were to serve during
of the Albanian Alps and a passageof day.It. relative, U expected home to Mr. and Mrs. II C. Wheeler, of the ensuing churches in Jacksonville and U en
the river which is was reported late this afternoon day. year route to his charge He former
Drlna now at its Memphis, Tenn., are among the arrivals J. II. Workman, Miami was a
flood stage.Athens that Jones would arrange to stage in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. president; pastor of the Methodist church in
Kate Sullivan, Tallahassee
dispatches tonight state the right at Milwaukee where Tom FUNERAL: SERVICES: Wheeler, who have visited this cityin ident W. A. Dobson, Baker, vice-pres Orlando and has many friends who
; county,
that 70,000 Serbians have concentrated Andrews has offered $27,000 for the former years have engaged,: accommodations treasurer; R. L. Turner, Inverness, are glad to see him and his estimable
in the Scutari and EUassan match, according to Jones. Short funeral services were conducted for the season at the St. family.
region and that 10.000 more Italian yesterday for the late Mrs.J. James apartments it being their intention

have landed at Avolina, and that the AUTOMOBILES KILLED 223: IN B. Wherry by Rev. Poulson, of to remain in Orlando until MASONIC INSTALLATIONOn
Italians have been spreading out over CHICAGO LAST YEAR the Baptist church.Panama. late in the spring. AUTO LINE IS PROVING SUCCESSFUL

a wide territory.It ---- - Monday night, A. F. and A. M.\

is stated that having reached the Chicago.,: -According to the annual No. 69 held the annual installation of
Canal 1 Tolls F. G. Rush, of the
northern frontier of Greece in places report of Coroner Peter M. Hoffman Have Not do-Winter manager Orlan officers following which a sumptuous
auto line
and having,: pushed well into southern there were 228 deaths from industrial Park-Maitland repast was enjoyed. The followingare
Albania as a Geneva dispatch re accidents in Cook county in 1915 Been Suffici'entWalihinJton. Fo Pay Expenses states that he is meeting with the cooperation the new officers for the ensuing
of the public to
a very gratifying -
ports, preparations for the attack by compared with 379 last year. Two year:
the Teutons in the attempt to drive hundred and twenty-five persons were degree. Patrons are using: his I Harry P. Leu, W. M.; Edmond II.
line and for the first week
Mr. Rush
the Franco-ilritish forces from Greece fatally injured in automobile accidents D., C.-Tolls for the fund may aggregate $400,000 which Allen S. W.; Leonard S. Thornton
are being rapidly completed. while the total last year was passage of vessels through the Panama I will show an excess of operating ex- is encouraged and highly elated. The J. W.; E. II. Gore S. D.: II. M. Voor-

Dispatches.. from Athens state that 143. There were 980 deaths from canal have not been sufficient to JW"n." ..* over collections. Refunds I line time runs rain or shine and on schedule hees, J. D.; E. G. Haunelt nocretarv:

large new forces of Gorman AndAu.trlanl drowning, IU: being due to the steamer meet the operating: expense. accordIng I cannot be made, however until congress T. Picton Warlow, treasurer; J. J.

have arrived at Doiran, on Ea tland disaster. to the annual report of Maj. Gen makes an appropriation there Lee, tyler; Rev. E. T. Poulaon, chap.

the Guvecheli front, and It la reported George" W. Goethal" governor of the I for a> the amounts collected as toll FROM ILLINOIS lain; S. Kendrick Guernsey, H, 8.;

that the Teutons' may carry on NEW: MANAGEMENT OF TELEPHONE canal, for the fiscal' year' ended Junt'3t were turned Into the treasury at J. I). J turned, J. 8.

operation' without the aid o'the nul.IArlAnR : COMPANY ) last, made public here' today. The miscellaneous receipt." Mr. Anti :Mr. H. Ineram, of Wyoming

or Turk exact amount of the excess! of the op 1 Congress<< hAlt appropriated for the 111., who have been spending HOLD FIRST FORD IN HILLS

J. II. Bran, manager of the Orlando crating expenses' over th. toll revenues canal up to date A total of $394,149 !several days In Orlando looking over 110ROUGH COUNTY 11

HON. I.. C. MASSEY WILL DK) : telephone system, hat been appointed of the canal hat not yet been :000. Of this amount .U.r; fI.873 was this section, left yesterday! afternoon YEARS: AGO

LIVER ADDRESS) manager, of the DeLand Telephone determined. In this connection Gen. for fortification, the remainder be for Lakeland and points in the southern

company, It being his intentionto Goethala said: part of the state. They expect to
Ing expended for the acquisition of 1). F. Owen, of Tampa, manager of
"What Constitute a Good and Desirable take care of both placed, dividing "The excess of toll collected over ,the Canal Zone and the construction, return to this city !later in the season. the Ford agency at that city was in

Citiae|" will be the subject his time between the two cities. Miss the current charge for the year' was operation, and maintenance of the Orlando yesterday, the guest for a

of an addresiiTfy" '\' lion. L. C. Massey Huth Carpenter is acting in the capacity $214,833, and for the entire period to great waterway, and the establish ILLINOIS REAL ESTATE MAX IN few hours of Mr. F. G. Rush.! Mr.

which he will deliver before the of cashier and is running the June 30, 1915, the excess was $38- ment and maintenance of civil goy TilE CITY Owen has the unique distinction of

Men's Open Forum at the regular business during the absence'! of :fir. 843. This, however, does not represent ernment in the Zone. selling the first Ford car in Hills-

meeting next Wednesday night at the Dean.-DeLand News. the actual financial condition, for "Thai! total cost of the canl and its Mr. W. A. Whitcomb, a well known borough county about eleven yean

Chapter House! of the Episcopal the attorney general decided that the "This total cost of the canal and its real estate man of Bloomington, 111., ago. He will motor to points on the

church. A full attendance is urged. NOTICE maximum tolls collectible on any vessel reduced by receipts from the sale of is among the visitors to Orlando. East Coast before returning to
is the amount derived from the construction material and equipment While here he is making his head- Tampa.

COL. WATKINS RETURNS Remember the annual meeting of net registered, tonnage under United j payments by the Republic of Panama quarters at the San Juan hotel

the Orlando Associated Charities next States measurement rules, at $1.25.. for the amount expended in the PAYING CITY TAXESA
Col. T. J. Watkins returned yesterday Tuesday at 4:30 o'clock at the Lucerne per ton so that large refunds will I cities of Panama and Colon on ac ACCIDENTALLY WOUNDEDJ.

afternoon from Arcadia where he theatre. have to be made, a*, the difference between ;, count of water works sewers, anI penalty of three per cent. will be

las been visiting. :Mrs: Watkins and the amount collectible under I pavements, and by the value of buildings J. B. Redditt of Fort Christmas, a added to all unpaid taxes after Friday

looking after his extensive interestsIn TilE WEATHER the Panama canal rules and the and other public works and member of the county board of public by City Tax Collector C. A. Boone.

DeSoto county. The Colonel reports For Florida: Generally fair Thursday amount properly collectible under the equipment and plant transferred to instruction, was shot! accidentally

that section as enjoying pros ; colder in peninsula; frost i in law has been found to exceed $1,0 00 ;, the army and the Alaskan railway Monday by a hunter. Fortunately All the readable magazines and

perity and the people happy and con north portion; fresh northwest and I in the case of fle'ual"t's e1s, and it i i commission without any actual pay his wounds ars: tlight!; and he is in no daily newspapers at Curtis & O'Neal'
tented. west winds. is roughly estimated that the total re- I''mint therefor." danger. book and music store.

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South t Florida Sentinel Here is a set of model resolutionsfor This is not a passing shower. It is

t. MORNING AND WECKIVft. Orlandoites. Many of these may the deluge. It is a cyclone which is
GLENN ..............B4HUIC ,
:. .. ESSINGTON' . . ..B..I.... MMti sworn to appropriately by citizensof II IIbe I tearing up by its roots the ornamental
other American cities. Adherence I plants of modern society and
Entered: at the poctoffie/ at Orlando Floii4 .
M Second ClaM MaU Matter. to the rules guaranteed to make one wrecking some of the flimsy trestle
and wise. bridges of modern civilization.It .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES healthy, wealthy
D.Ur. 1 Year ........................ ISWDaily. Resolved, not to live at a $3,000 a is an earthquake which is TOMATO SEED
. Month ...................... 2-tl up-I
Dour I Month .... ......... IMDaily. year rate on a $1,000 salary. heavinghe very rocks of
/. .. 1 Month .::::::::.............. M Resolved not to be drawn into arguments life; it is one of those seismic .

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... fl.H about prohibition, woman turbances in which nations leap forward

; ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS PATABLB: IN suffrage twilight sleep the tariff,and or fall backward generations
1 ADVANCE 'who's to blame for the war. in a single bound. All this chattering In a few days our new crop of Livingston Globe Tomato Seed will arrive. We will then

TO ADVBHTISKHfltCtfT Resolved not to predict the resultof about relaxing a rule or suspending
I be in a position to offer you Fresh Tomato Seed at a good price. Remember this one
J t for diiplay and aU tfcT kaa.....t the election for president. a custom is out of place. You cannot ,
_4>crU.... But ... kande4 U a4 UM ViuUeuffiec I Resolved, not to go to more than haggle with an earthquake.-Minister thing, we burn our old seed as soon as we receive the fresh. ..
thin .
the Sentinel net.later I p. ntU
< before work-
shows in Lloyd-George Glasgow
dmy befere publication. This rale applleit twelve moving picture one
f' ckanrea f.r contract adrertivlnfl. it li, I week. men. .
<.* riablt' and will be itrictlr adhered to.Subacribera
I Resolved to quit pretending we D
deairinc The Sentinel dlkcondnned if it weren'tfor Subscribe for the morning Sentinel,
should notify the office in writing ont I' would touring Europe
the date of expiration otherwue it will U. ', the war.Resolved 10 cents a week delivered.
continued at the rnrular ubaeription rate
not to in the dark --------- --- --- -- -
'. i retei.ed.Tel.pboae I leap
notice to
.1I i1 stop ... .............
N.mb-r ..... H just because some nice girl takes advantage JONES GOES JUST TilE SAME: ,

THURSDAY, DECEMUER 30, 1913: I of leap year to suggest it. AND THEN SOME City Drug* StoreJ.
I Resolved, to be prepared for any-
national Bryan West Bound-Read Downa.
thing-war, prohibition
Gee, but Henry Ford will be glad m. a. m. p. m
to see the Statue of Liberty when he i Roosevelt! our dear creditors Orlando 6:30: 10:15 3:00 I.. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
harbor. even a leap year engagement. Dcoee -. 7:30 11:15 4:00:
enters New Winter Garden _. 7:45! 11:30: 4:15:
-0- Oakland __ 8:00: 4:30:
An regard W. J. Bryan's agitation MFE WILL 1IKROSEATE I I Eat hound-vend Up ,
against preparedness, we refer him to : : : IN' 1910.All Orlando ...?_-. tuno: 1:30 fl:00:
f motorlntrtitl be joyous to Uoore ua 8:30:: ) 12:30: fi:00:
that fable, "The Dog) In the :Manger\ Garden 4:15
Winter C *::1B 12:15
1 know that the bridge across the
I Oakland =_,_=_ HUM: 4:30::
\ Nrittly nil t>f the hunlne. bonne Johns river nt Sanford will IIlkln be Fare
will clone New Yt'nr'n tiny Kveryh : completed. To run up to the old [)rlnnd<. tlt= iStrnlcht Round
t ferry, wait for hnlf nn hour for the Ornt'o a= -==_ u r.r.<<,. ,Inll I FOR HKNT: Remrormble, two suites\ i I
1.lkly| Kctn A rent, IndudiiiK the << I Winter Gardenlire.: \ 1.20 lit rooio, nU'rly furnUhed forhouiu'keriilng I FOR SALE!
rttarllih'r "Old\ lloy" anti! his crew to buzz: buck Oakland78f.. 1.40, just nit family used
t Q to you, then puUtttlngly rtlde down n I Children under 12 half fare.VIII them, Also room for lodgers, nt My residence! corner north Orange wecond floor tAt, 114 feet front on
Trntric' In New Yolk street kllli steep Incline onto the ferry boat thento \ pick you up anywhere on the $1.75 per week fl2.'J: Went Church .and !Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue hounds attractively
hour (Siva wait" until the one 'lunger town you road for 6 rent a ml'8.'e all street, !20! t* Library Ux-entlon! lloorn! Den Sew arranged and prayed by under.
one person( every thirteen anything and everything and do ins !Room, Dining !Room Kitchen ground system.Large .
ui Orange avenue on Saturday nights over and then depart( to return the klnda of messages for you, We have Pantry, Grocery Room Lavatory all{ garape and jog cabin play I
every time. next night and blow your horn away line can pnd! will\ make extra tripifter TilE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE pn first floor with bath and a trteepn house, etr. Will sell furnished or tin
trying to rouse that genial "Old Hoy"! the show. fur G or more fares. # apartment with eleven windows furnished.
-0- A charge of 10 cents for suit cases and. eyen closets and itoraee. room on I IM-lm
these of the Irritations CO.
MM.. Rockefeller left nearly one again- are some and other ar les I & INVESTMENT -

million dollars to charily, "faith,, the public! had endured! for Boost the dust It Is better than -........-..- CHARLES P. DOW
hope anti charity. but the greatest of Jrenrn. When the new bridge! U com the at feet csr0MOIttON
these U charity' pleted life will lie, roseate! it JjNMFt( &: ttoNt \ have moved their office ta the J
: tt tJ l'htlnl! tAd. llphptllel ItpRlitelieV! lid t East

'thih 1I to Worry fctmutt I Whets Will\ MAtiONti TO) ItAVII .. Central) i Avenue and hojie1 to)

the! FlaHdfi ethtehhial l cdeliratittH, beheltli NhW IIOMII, HOTEL For SALE meet our clients uml' many new
how to get double! Mileage! but II 14 interesting (that the Oftantto "Why Not"genii
news = <(m to net acquainted(! with ua
of 85 i I'put' gaaulln@i! ) Hint t'bllltle. Ma6nie betliH' will build! H Or RENT I and our method of doing( buI l la

t'hrilllllH\1i-6 mail Wf41i< from l 15 t tit 40( home WM fit in the Lake J very Kola J near an\future Central( directly avenue : I. 1,1U1'nlsh; erii) Situated on one I na@3.V buy and sell Real! ft hoist of assorted; Orapefruit( Grants and Tanger

per pent heavier than ever before, J Pitch A building\ will to! A great nf State the 7 most miles t beautiful long 5 wide IA1In Ho ; r Estate and Mortgages, loan Jnes to your friends t at home?

Judging front the: Orlando pAlItOtfiflI addition to (Oilamta and a meppa for (let has, fine :patronage, Plenty I money on good 1 securities f'' ( and 10 pound ==-?==__ -_____- __==3r=w====,:fi135

it roust have JfWI) per F@nt, the hundreds and hundreds of Masons nf oranges, grapefruit and tan advance money to parties ln 80 pounds _________-_________=__=W,rr MW=|2QQ
I greater, from over the country who come to gerines, I tending to build homes on easy
aPespjte the City beautiful each winter. Express Prepaid,
and hunting,
hU i recent marriage and -0- Good fishing terms, Bank Guarantee for our
Possession given at once, For
the acute relations of the U. S, ant! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY' HOTEL transactions,
particulars address ,
Austria, President Wilson has time U I HENRY IJENEDICT, PILES,
Sentinel office,
celebrate his fifty-ninth birthday LAKE FRONT LOT for sale on Pine ------ - - ---- Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
Tuesday. Castle side of Great Lake Conway. - k>
-o- Address P. O. Box 879 city.
Ah, this is good news: "Pullmar 12-30-61 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
I 10 cent raise Grove for Sale!
company announces per 12 1-2 ACRES near Orlando, 9 acres
in vsjcs: for conductors and porters in 4 year old bearing grove lake
on January 1." Those open palms front. $3,000. Address Box 833 Orlando 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
t will not haunt us as of yore! Fla. 12-30-3tc budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
t town.

I r Floridians regret 0I to learn of the TilE Nice ST.rooms JAl\IES-308, $3.50 per West week.street.Also House, Barns, Outbuildings. Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .

death of Dr. John W. Stagg former housekeeping rooms. Three minutes SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE ,
J Presbyterian minister at Orlando,I from postoffice. 1230.6t PAID UP

1 l who succumbed to a long illness at a EXCLUSIVE SALE
PARTY seen carrying black silk umbrella T. A. YAr CEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
North Carolina
sanitarium.TampaTribune. from postottice lobby Tuesday ORLANDO FLORIDA
afternoon, will please: return to
Real Estate Co.
r 0r this trice for reward. 12-30-2tc Orlando Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

r If gasoline goes to thirty cents per E. H. BRADLEY
F we'll out to the old ,, I/ST-Ladies purse,containing small Florida and Western Meats
t r gallon go garage change' and unindorsed teacher's WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 301MtMIMMIMMMIMMMIMMMtlMMMilMMMIMI I IC
climb into the boat, place ('I'ctricfans warrant from Orange' county foe
r / Etc.
Vegetables Game,
Fish Poultry ,
all around us and read the! month of Uect'mber. payabe: to MissGenevieve !

', Travel Magazine, all the.time imagining ; Ivey. Reward if returned Special' Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
to this office. 12-30-ltc
we are seeing Florida First. : Bu.'lne.. 13$ P. O. BOX aafi
; 0 --- PHONES { Residence '133 Cor. Orange Ave and Church St.

\ The results of Orange l"ount"jbril"k FOR the SALE, CHEAP-Or new six room will bungalow rent bv 1 Christinas C Cards and Booklets -

roads are being seen every day: with Math, double porches, large s ,
People from as distant points as Mt. filed basement, inside toilet, electricights

I I Dora jump into their automobiles,nn 1 : etc.. 202 Very Ridgewood central. Splendidlocation. avenue], Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs, : Dr. Henry G. Hanchett
within short time find themselve s
a t:. N. Coy. 12-30-lmoe;
I buying of Orlando merchants, am,1 Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties\ Stationery, .
and Magazines. 107 America Street
leaving in the home folks'tills.
F money

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Germany takes pride in the fact 10,000 BnR am! & HIli i t ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT CLASS will study the Structure and Meaning; of Music by a Course of

that over $2rt 13,000,000 has been paid IJEKTHOVKN; HEADINGSLecture

by pubftcriherN. to the third (letmanwnr MMMMMMMMMIIIIMMiPURE Recitals' Each Illustrated by a Beethoven Sonata and other

loan Jtusuln!! congratulated Itself GUARANTEED TREESAll Compoxlthnn.
that the new If.oO.OOO.ooO loan U. ngrout !'.... for the Course. $10.00) )

success, and that uhcrlptlnnnhnve FOOD STORE fltrndurtiiry[ Recital, free In all. on Wednesday, January 3, .t 10 >. m.
been larger, nnd more mimermm True To Name

than was experted. Cnnndit In jubl 5 to 7 foot t trees

In lit I'nu-to I the 1I"I1It'.tI war limn HOc KACIl: GroceriesCHRISTMAS Not Talk
him. .bern Inc rraaed from ,ronlIlIoflnnIn Newspaper
| $1(10.000,000( () ) on ncrount of the flllih All 1"'IUnar'nrl"tlc'" budded! on
of PuhNerlptloni. All\ are uhl".t hill our nnd urnpefrult, roots from HINTS Hut ncttml figures to prove thnt wo Imvo this yenr enjoyed hy far
their resources. nt top "peed, but the tho largest hnlldny trnilo wo hnvo ever hnd In Orlnndo, Wo are
known stock.Conway. Almond llrnzll Nuts, I'ecnns.
more t they borrow the, more they ttnhlln", Currents, Wnlnuts, JJurnettgxtand" thankful to both our old and now customers. and shall renew nur
boast of their treiiifth,-New York Nursery ntrmi Orange Peel Lenum feel, Cluster HnUtns efforts to deserve( n constantly Increasing business In Hooks, OfTlce
World, I lUirnett's Cake Coturlni Supplies, Stationery and Musical\ hunts
The Mane ,\teIII.'tf"h Mock
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1'lttlMI'I'ltln-.- Multi It Orlando It It I I. I Phone 203 No, 8 W Church St W. S. BRANCH


it was" just in well (lint, fWretnrylittilp I -- -

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|I'IWItPt< the fart (thttt the fltiulh: has

rnha@\ In he I directly. lhl, 'M>
itnty ilr. bnulh's\ t'l-ttlIH.! ItwefttmenUHltil G. Montgomory
tty U 'llhknl, Kith (tll" spas 1'ntnlhIInt.er1 A Happy New Year

, ' tllllllllltni "IttlM" Hie' .'tlnltlrtiwe "
hate, IrtUeil. MM !tIlM| | fop frritt, *. It Hltil l lhtlt) Uhl, thlntnh. \W* liftve inifiy|,] il the servlcf or fl. 0! Montgomery fur
(I' the (fatal ii ItWlki'l' I that I t tht1. 'the' lltn' e .iihifts' |till l|||I. our painting department. %,. overhauled} 1 and J1l\lntf$11.
Hnhey I inn of ttlnif' ltN(ltl IAlUf feeds'
Mini, |\W\M\ Ihu sat*Cm ( t tr <
Illalely\' we mil hale li, =.ef f 'to i"III\I\l1|| \ \ | S'h Prices(! for Ponl I ,)KM)0) to |:20QO| Any par\ *19 I tQ t50,
soma brain. Wit hit 1 a ianY. f11j4\! Vigil Quality \\huther' you run for them In pnront or6fiia
line, We have many\ towns mu| pitiesebpns@d
| IA l attack trAm"p rIAr"Ptl for them, "Quality First" I U our slogan, ,
interest fin fllu-tm6lnli
There I U every reason why the( pf Unqu6laUl1f r:4 6IC"ritf
pD'ithi fit nil\ sections, houbt. '" be vitally CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

interested in strengthening the
Chas. P. DowThe The Produce Co.
first line of defense. There U a*
much reason why the South should he Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
vitally concerned with this questionas Peoples National Bank I "'. S. DeWitt. Mgr No 10 E. Church lit PHONE 447 ,

there is that the Pacific Coast and u EAST CHURCH STREET. THONG 221
the East should be interested in pre
paredness.-Montgomery Advertiser. 11111 II' 11111 I' 11111 I' II' 11111 IIILI 11111 11111 11111 III

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fancy mixtures, plaids and stripes-large ra.nge of colors and blacks, worth $1.00 and and styles to select from, and realy worth up to $1.75;, jour choice tT

$1.25.; Your choice while they last

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Garments 1 'S epartment

Suits, Dresses, Coats and Sweaters, the largest line and at
The newest!! thing In Ladies Shoes and tI:)'psy Lace
the I lowest prices I !! I In the city
t SHIRTS Hoots in Vehet.! We harp just!! recehed Rome in brown and
We are making" special low prices on all our line of (blue
< ) beautiful IleadHo'Wear. All the late model P>lces! too 1'ntl@rnt that will !natUfy! ", Four particular 'longings! In slikd You can't make any mistake in buying l lace Hoots at
.milk mixture-, HIMtlpas and p@realud. AM fast",t ti*II their colors this! time) they tire always the bent! fitters! and at present
"ttlntlttlIt want DteM) just t come and
to a !
T niimerotM you will lie their de>uanl. they are the best! IIbl@ Come In and !nee the l latest and bent!

< ) look.. (Item over i we will make the price to please! you. 1\1@\ "',,, Depnrtmenti center nile Iit ley in footwear

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1 > BLANKETS, large size In white, gray and tan, regular $1.39 quality. ... ........ .89c Beautifully Trimmed and Uutrlmmed Hats and Auto Caps-every hat In the stock Included

1c WOOL NAP BLANKETS, full size, heavy weight, white, gray, tan, $1.69 quality .$1.19 In this sale

< > WOOL NAP BLANKETS, large double bed size, white gray and tan, $2.00 quality.$1.49 fJ-OJ VALUES .. ............ ... ....... ..... .. ......HALF PRICE SALE
WOOL NAP BLANKETS, beautiful plain colors and fancy plaids, $-1.00 quality..$2.98 fl-50 VALUES .... ........... .......... ... ... ... .. .. HALF PRICE SALE ,50
VALUES ... ...................... ........ .HALF PRICE SALE :.75 .
BEAUTIFUL ALL WOOL BLANKETS, large size, heavy weight, asst. colors $2.50 VALUES........................ ... ......iiii.HALF PRICE SALE $1.00 c )
$6.98 quality ...................... ..... ..................... ... $4.89 $3.00 VALUES ....... ........ .......... .............HALF PRICE SALE $1.50$1.25
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53.50 VALUES ... ...... .HALF PRICE 1 >
$1.75 COMFORTS, covered with s ilk 0 U ne................................. ... $1.39 $5.00 VALUES ......................... ............ HALF PRICE SALE SALE $1.75
COMFORTS, silkoHne top, white cotton ...... ....... ..... .. .. ..... ..... $1.69 $6.00 VALUES: ............ .......... .. .. .. .... .::.HALF PRICE SALE $3.00$2.50 ( 1 1c
$2.25 $7.50 VALUES ... .......... .. ... .... .. ... .. .. .... ..HALF PRICE
$-t.00 COMFORTS, silkoline top, silk boarder...................... ........ ....$2.98 $10.00 VALUES ...., ., ., ,.,, .,, ,,,, ,,,, .,, ,,,, ,......HALF PRICE SALE SALE $3.75$5.00
COMFORTS, silk top ............................................ ....,$3.98 $12.00 VALUES ........... .... ......... ... ...... ....HALF PRICE SALE $6:00:
$5.50 $15.00 VALUES ..................... .. ...... I....HALF PRICE
$9.QL COMFORTS, all pure silk ............................ .............. 7.89 $18.00 VALUES ....................... ... ....I...HALF PRICE SALE SALE $7.50$9:00:

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4 FOR COLLEGE STUDENTSThe 'and worked unceasingly for what he
Misses Barbour will entertainthis 'thought was right. lie was especially
evening at their home on Inter- active in the peace and temperance
lachen avenue, at a party given for movements. His many philanthropies
Winter Park NevIs the Rollins students who are spending :!'!win never be known as he did so
I their vacation on the campus. A much in a quiet way.
very delightful evening anticipated.. I He carried his integrity into all his
I business dealings, and from a small THAT NEW\ KODAK
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Spooner arrived beginning begun by him Abbott's
Dairies, of Philadelphia,
in Orlando yesterday afternoonon Alderney
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe the Tampa Special, returning on grew to be a great business. He was
the north bound train to their Winter the first man to conceive the idea of
Town And Rollins CollegeLAST Park home where they will spend the I,shipping milk from a distance and We are always glad to give
season. They spend their summersin 'the delivering of milk in private receptacles .
Chicago and among the Great : (tin cans being used at that assistance to Kodakers in
MEETING OF PRESENT M. W. LAWTON SELLS BUSINESSM. Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Spooner have time), and he also established the Films
taking good pictures.
COUNCIL MONDAY W. Lawton, who for the past been coming to this section for a idea of selling milk over the counter.at .
Monday night the present town few months has conducted a very successful number of years and are among the i I- one time operating a chain of developed and printed in
council will hold its last meeting. grocery business at the corner most prominent winter residents of some twenty such stores. When in
Before the time for the next regular of East Park and New England Orange county. I Europe he noticed a container for one day.
monthly meeting on the first Mondayin avenues, has just concluded a deal making small shipments of milk, and
February, the election of city officials disposing of his business to C. L. Randolph Lake, of Rollins College,Ian I improvement upon this idea
for the new year will have been !Coats, of St. Cloud. Winter Park, Fla., is spending a few I i brought to America by him has be-
I Messrs. Lawton and Coats have for days in the city visiting with Leon J I come the standard pattern for all
held.The outgoing mayor and council !a number of years conducted a business Lewis. Both of the young men will such containers. At the time he entered ATMcELROY'S
have made an enviable place for I at St. Cloud and as Mr. Lawton return to Winter Park Saturday to the milk business, about 1876, '
themselves! in the history of the progress I found himself unable to properly care resume their work in the college.-St. I it was conducted in a very uh'atis.1 PHARMACYTHE
of Winter Park and they have for his interest in both enterprises, Petersburg Times. factory manner to the customer and
seta pace in promoting civic im* he has disposed of his local store to he became, the pioneer in raising the I
provetnehts which any future set of I his!! partner, and in turn becomes soleowner Mm Caroline Abbott, who had been I standard of the whole business to the I
officials wilt find tt hard to improve of the fih Cloud business!! Mfi \'i Htinj? Mf!!. C tl, Tou"y! for some: position it how occupies.!!
UI.ott. 1.', ,,"tol1 and family will leave Etatur* days'' )1111"t, Wit! the guest! of friendd An #instance wf his", character win", I
Nearly ft Wile tit I'tiek streets and day for their future homeland Mr upon the cunpua )'(I"tllfdl1)'. Mnittn! !puttie )'eAt Itt.'ht't he run
five wile! ef new etmeretete aldewdks, I(Oat' I U to immediately take charge tfdtlll'ith! H huihler. for the ercctlen
( say IIlIt thing of eountleM! leaser>! (1m- t>t the liuajneM! !! here. Mr. I Ira lUgiton, ef Winter Park, of a hotiae in the course! fit its (con
IlIfklll after ItueineM ruction t itva< fount! the tnfl.lcr ALTAMONTE
jtFflvemenN! pponoorpd I 1 \lay the present matter in Or
reeofd of 1'II.KAU I 1'1&1'1'& SHAFEH'SLANDING lamia yesterday: woulil lobe: money, ROIl he in&iateil
eounetl, form a year's pregres > ALTAMONTE WRING, FLORIDA(
which might well l be envied by upon pacing more than the contract
price, that the builder should l be saved NOW OPEN
and fiEOROE A nOTT 8R
many a larger more prosperousmunicipality The college etudenta enjoyed ft ,
than Winter Park very from loss, Be sure and! take the delightful JO mile auto ride from Orlando,
delightful 'pilleau\ party at Shafer'jlanding George Abbott, Sr, was born In and! see the "Beauty spot of all Florida," Delightful hotel with
=- yesterday. In spite of the (From ''oor l town, N, J,, Chronicle, Salem and there married Elizabeth, every modern improvement 500 feet of broad piazzas, overlookingtwo
WORK ON TOWN HALL TO START threatening weather almost every.. December 23) lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis
the daughter of Dr. Aquilla and Sara Billiard and Pool naIl, ,
Roque, Bowling on the green, Bowling Alleys
SOONAs body on the campus took part in the George Abbott, Sr., one of South Lippincott, who has since passed Boats, Orange Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
soon as material can be put excursion and at noon enjoyed to the Jersey's most widely known and rep- away lIe is survived by three children shooting The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, delightful -
upon the ground! active work will be utmost the delicious pilau which was resentative citizens, philanthropistsand George Abbott, Jr., ElizabethA. patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of
started upon the erection of the new prepared under the supervision of men of affairs, passed away on Christ, and Ruth Abbott. cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
$7,000 town hall which is to be erect Leonard Fletcher, who was chef-in- Saturday afternoon after an illnessof GEO. E. BATES & SON, Owner and Proprieters.

ed at the corner of Lyman and Chap chief for the day. The perlieu party only a few hours at his home on For fine fruit cake and Christmas
man avenues. Plans for the buildinghave returned to the campus late in the Central avenue from an attack of goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try
already been prepared by Henry afternoon having enjoyed one of the acute indigestion. The funeral was some of our genuine old fashioned
Green, contractor in charge. The most delightful outings of the year. held on Monday (the very day he had fruit cake at 25c. and 40c. per pound.
work will be rushed to as speedy a Mrs. Edwards was chaperon for the planned to go to his winter home in 12-23-6tc The Longwood HotelOpen
conclusion as possible, and it is hoped day. Florida), and was one of the largestever
that the new hall may be completedby held in Moorestown. Six per- Room No. 3. Schultz Bldg.
the middle of February.That WINTER PARK NOTES sons spoke at his funeral, giving testimony under new management. Special attention
the "Citizen of Winter Park" of his high character and integrity Dr. C. W. Fain given to auto parties.

who made the building possible by his Mrs. Edwards and Miss Florida and two offered prayer. The DENTIST Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the
gift of $5,000, with the condition that Stone, who have been spending several interment was in Friends' Burying Office Hours: 8 to 12. 2 to 5. week or month.
his name should not be revealed deserves days at Cloverleaf as guests of Ground, Moorestown. WINTER PARK. FLA.
and receives the thanks of every Mrs. Edwards' daughter Miss Idabcl George Abbott, Sr., had lived in ---_. Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.D. .
citizen goes without saying.No Edwards, left last night for the Moorestown for many years. He wasa -- --- A. MIDGLEY, Mgr.
North. recorded minister of the Orthodox
services at the community' Society of Friends and held many important Fancy Grocer
Christmas tree last night. :Mrs. Jas. F. Shivler, who has been positions in the monthly. Winter Park Florida
visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. Hannah quarterly and yearly Philadelphia We wish you all a Merry Xmas and
Three more vacation days for the V. Schultz, for the last few days, meetings. He was a man of broad Happy New Year.F. Advertise In the SentinelDEPOSITS
college students. left Tuesday for her home at Tampa. sympathies and strong convictions W. SHEPHERD.

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December 21, 1915 $625,187.31 2 . December 21, 1915 . . 2,853 December 21, 1915 $798.816.96.
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December 21, 1912* 92,276.13 : J. i" December 21, 1912 . eo. 428 -.' i' ::. December 21, 1912 177.266.71

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Increase . . . . . . . .2,425 .
Increase . . . . $ 53 ,911.18. 566 per cent Increase . - . . .$621,550.25



# 566 % INCREASE .



I At the close of the third year of the present management of this
Institution the officers nnd directors desire to publlcally express
8TAHT 1910 HIGHT I their nppredntlon of the confidence, friendship and tmtrotlnge' .N'Ult i9io( HE 1 PATRIOTIC

Hunk with lint has enabled It to (Hank with
Increase! Its nssets! over half n million dollars,
The NATIONAL hank Mure than double\ Us surplus anti undivided profit\ The NATIONAL Hank
Uulntrlple the number uf Its natlsfled\ customers
'fh I'KOl'J.M{ Hank
The l'I; 'lKrt I; 4 Hrtnk and l in .1further1 ,

(( tin vselfftre nf the I'niwmlty( by the 'iiuwhiwe.MM' dU\ '
(tt.thuthlllit\ n + ''It\l\t\'l\ \ )' |!1&ouuu, uf Uiliuutu" nail" UrAiiue\
(County) \ pwtirltfe*
ftntl, to
n'nltI.Hrth\ eUiPena nail", liiujnw, InteriM" by l'mnlnh&\\ 1\\, '
upon wpproNtnl" neeurity\ virtually t R Imlf million ,dollar' ,
May the Nwftf ItrinK.to) you a jnnt proportion of benefit\ \ ,











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I I {@rluubn ntitty I service Cathedral CHRISTMAS was Sunday held SERVICEThe Tuesday school Christmas consisting .- FavoriteTODAY'S PROGRAM I "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"

of a playlet and a Christmastree.
Majestic. "Her Oath of Vengeance"A
"The Star of Bethlehem" was
two reel drama, featuring Teddy
IN MEMORIAMThe MRS. J. A. ABBERGER ENTERTAINED presented, being directed by Miss \I Sampson and Chas. West.
Orlando Civic League has WITH "500" Marian Cary-Elwes. Fifteen mem- Falstaff. "Patsy's Prison Pies."
passed resolutions in memory of Mrs.C. Mrs. J. A. Abberger entertainedwith bers of the Sunday school participated Beauty Comedy. "Motherhood."
Four reels of Mutual movies. p
G. Westcott and Mr. James B. Ma- four tables of five hundred yes- : Lillian and Gertrude Jones Five cents good to all.
gruder Jr., as follows: terday afternoon at her home on the Laura Robinson, Hope Farris Ruth
Mrs. C. G. Westcott corner of Church and Liberty streets Hanchett[ Frances Jones, Carol Dow N *
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment -
Whereas by the disposition of in honor of her sister Mrs. J. D. Mary* Warner Glenn Holland Dorothy with private entrance, three rooms n
'God's providence our late friend Mrs. !Marsh of Minneola. The high score Hart, Clifford and Rufus Tatum with bath, sleeping porch gas hot
C. G. Westcott, has been removed was made by Mrs. Josiah Ferris who Frank and Douglas Williams and water and electricity. Inquire at 602 (. I
from our midst; and received the prize a handsome raffia Cecil Rodenbaugh.The Magnolia 12-30-tfc avenue or phone 623. ij ry au.: ."
Whereas, we revere her memory basket, tied with ribbons in the Christmas tree was loaded .
and sterling qualities; Christmas colors. Mrs. Bogart con- with gifts and candy for each child. - O
Resolved that in the death of Mrs. soled with a bouquet of roses. The Previous to the play the members of
Westcott this Civic League of Orlan- honor guest was presented with a the classes made their Christmas of- I THE BEST GIFTS ON TilE TREE will be articles of Jewelry

do has lost a valuable member and pretty deck of cards in ivory case. fering. Dr. Parker, of Massachusetts THE[ LUCERNE[ [ from this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose
associate. We mourn her loss as one The hostess assisted by Mrs. W. C. gave a short talk and Dean jour gifts and let us lay them aside for you.
whose high character and generous McLean Mrs. Marsh and Miss Sarah Remsen conducted the service.
noble qualities will ever remain in our Marsh served fruit salad chicken -0-
memories; therefore. patties wafers home made cake and BRIDE AND GROOM RETURN I ,
Resolved that this tribute of our coffee. Dr. and Mrs Herbert A. Smith,
respect to our late associate and esteemed Those present were Mesdames A. whose marriage occurred Sunday afternoon !i1 d1
friend be entered upon the A. Carmack W. C. McLean, A. J. at Kissimmee, returned to \Y(' Are Again With I ZZXZZZZZZ3E !ZZ3OXZ3EZZZZZ! [ ! !

minutes and a copy thereof presentedto Nye E. J. Temple E. F. Sperry, Orlando last evening after an auto- Another Big Vaudeville
the husband of our deceased mem- James I. Thornton O. S. Robinson, mobile trip to points of interest on
ber as a slight token of our high re J. D. Marsh, J. B. Lawton, Mary Jenkins the East Coast, and proceeded immediately Attraction. WITH THE NEW YEAR
gard. John Schnarr, Josiah Ferris W. to their home on Jackson "
"ELWOOD, cover house wih a. new coat of
ORLANDO CIVIC LEAGUE. E. Hudson, Mrs. Todd Mrs. Bogart, street They were tendered a sere- r paint. your We have just received a fresh
Miss Cynthia McKee and Miss Sarah nade last night by the Calithumpian The Boy Wonder, I .e stock of high grade paints, oils varnishes -
James B. Magruder Jr. Marsh. .band and after the rendition of several etc., and are selling them at
Trick and Fancy Roller Skater.
surprisingly low prices. No longeris
-0-- artistic strains the musicianswere
Whereas, by the disposition of is there any excuse for delaying your
God's providence our esteemed friend NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION invited in and treated to the Although only 16 years of age, painting. A coat of paint now will

and former secretary Mrs. James B. MEETING TONIGHT delicacies of the season. this boy has appeared in most :::: save two coats later.
Magruder Jr., has been bereft of her An interesting meeting of the New -0-
husband AN "EMERGENCY PLAFOR of the leading cities of the South
; England Association will be held this
WOMEN: Orlando PaintVall: Paper C.
Resolved that in the death of James
evening at the Tourist Headquarters,
In demand from Eu- !and is considered by critics and
response to a 4. Avenue
205 S.
has Orange
B. Magruder Jr.. this community in the Arcade building, at 8 o'clock.
lost a valued citizen of high character Every New Englander in Orlando is rope for women physicians to take the profession as the Phone 261.
the of whose services have
place men
and noble qualities; requested to be present.
Resolved also that this token of -oAn been required of their country, and WONDER OF THE AGE!
in this country for social work, the
sympathy for our friend and fellow item of general interest is the
worker in the Civic be entered board of trustees of the New York
League news of the marriage yesterday at
upon the minutes and a copy thereofbe Miami of Mrs. Alice R. Daniels and Medical College and Hospital for Women Usual Run of Good Pictures.5c .
Bent to her all a message of com- Mr. F. Mcintosh Arnold. Mrs. Dan- has started a campaign to raise CAREY HANDFUNERAL
$200,000 by September 1, 1916. The
fort to her in her bereavement. iels is the mother of Messrs. Rex and II
will be used to erect what has .
money '
ORLANDO CIVIC LEAGUE. Roy Daniels, of Orlando. "Same Little Prices.: lOc
been called "an emergency plant. DIRECTOR


DAY NIGHT ....... .
have really fashionable Wedding Invitations, those GRANDTODAY
The llaptlst Sunday school enter
which nre correct In form, artistic In workmanship tahmeht, "The fount of Light," wilt calls answered Promptly Day

and of the finest\ material, order samples l and} prices L -=== Hand Block
next Monday t evening at TiUO o'clock; or Night.
from the J. .I'. Steven* ttngmvintf I, $ Co, 47 Whitehall All seats! MF@ free, and the general I
It\it.JI te h meet eimlirtlly invited. All ,
.J Ht., Atlanta, Oft", and they will be forwarded\ free ofMMMMMMMMMMMMM who took (part IB the program are I I I Orlando, Florida. i

JU\rKtt.\ r@qu@etel} tij meet at the church for -===z PHONE W. ktSIUtN: : PHONE 437
rehearsal tomorrow (Friday) after
noon at 9i3Q o'clock.
10, Nielsen 1'resents ""
.+ .+..f.MMMMMMMMCar ..+ =aG01F = 'I"

Golfers will flock to the Orlando .MMMMMMMMMMMFRANK . . . .11.1..1. . . . ... ...
Country Club links New Year's day
For a ball sweepstakes which has been Uncle, Sam'a Fighting Men

arranged. The entrance fee will be In Air On Land, On and Under
fifty cents. The prizes will be pro. *
portioned 60, 30, and 10 per cent. !-"t The Sea! A. CURTIS WILLIAM O'NEAL ;
f Players will use their own handicapsand ,
Authentic Information On the
are :requested to notify Dave
Davidson before beginning play. Timely Topic of National
Preparedness.A .

Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles who has been Lesson in Patriotism!
visiting her parents during the
Intense in Interest.
Christmas season at Fort George re- CURTIS & O'NEAL
turned yesterday being accompaniedby
her brother N. B. Broward who
will be Mr. and Mrs. Giles' guest for lOc.
some time. 15c. Insurance Loans Real Estate

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The Chrysalis Club will be enter- Rentals
tained January 11 by Miss Sylvia

F Foril r Tourn! [ Car Tuesday way Barnett.at her evening The home club-0-by on Miss Anderson was May entertained Harda-street. SpirellaCorsets

number of Orlando people at-
(Not sold in stores)
tended a dance at Sanford ESTABLISHED
Tuesday ISM
Wear a Corset made to fit you.
night given by the Woman's Club.
Ask for a demonstration.Send .
postcard to
The Here and There Club meets

with Mrs. Raulerson, on" East Amelia Mrs. Van Buskirk 111111111111111111111111111111111.1111.11111111111111 .
avenue Thursday afternoon.

is in almost per- SILVER MEDAL CONTESTThe 308 Magnolia Ave. Orlando

Conway W. C. T. U. will holda

I fect condition. silver medal contest at Conway .
Baptist church1' Friday evening, De-
Shock absorbers, cember 31. The contestants are the SKATING RINK
Misses Dessie McDoujral\ Annie Bar- SAXON SIX $785.00F.

seat covers electric bour, Mary Ware Myrtle Damron

5pur Ardie eon Damron, Annie, Scott Eva Hodges and Lulu, Amy Par- O. B. DETROITWe 1
lights New Year's
tin, and Mr. Leonard Deese. Party
Little Mona and Beryl Perkins will

sing during the absence of the Judge. have been appointed distributors for central
Several musical numbers will be rendered Grand March Florida for this wonderful car. We will have in two car
by the W, C. T. U. quartette loads before January 1st, and want everybody in Orlandoto
Roller Polo
of Orlando.For about the Saxon is
ride in it. The only cheap thing
the price. Equipped with Tlmpkln axles and bearings
1.le. at Mrs. Dwlght's, 101 N. throughout electric .starter and lights genuine leather
Orange baked brans, FRIDAY NightOpen ,
1.1.W. PHILLIPS SONS o'clock Saturday avenue brown bread,at doughnut 4:30: upholstery and all refinements of a 2000.00 automobile.Let .
& *, hot biscuits and salad Supper, till 12 o'clock Us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous
B:30: to 7 o'clock 35 cents. Turkey Ilex Six's to arrive this week You are invited to ride

taken dinner for Sunday mayonnaise, 60 ,cents.cake\ .of Orders pies Admission lOc in them also. For' high class, long life and hard work

210 S. Orange Ave. I42.80.3ttf! foci and i Maxot"PALMS

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Mrs. Mary A. Cox

Announce AUTO CO. jj j

fjiitfi yt@f8 far 1
8he ha* moved to the IJoardman Building, 103: South Orange Rw and Pan Automohil@9.N. 1
'avenue, Room 3 second floor, and I N now showing Exclusive
Orange Ave. 40071'T
Blouses) !! Shirtwaists and Neckwear for those who wish "SQm s

thing Different! ,"

MMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMM 102 South Orange Avenue Orlando,

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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 5c

Regular 35c each 25 cts. EACH .

Orlando's first showing Men's Tub and Crepe de Chine Silk
Shirts. Just arrived. Should have been here for the

est Christmas of the new trade.for Positively early spring the new$4$( $$5) $$6() $$7 t

MEN'S NECKWEAR. Also just arrived. John Davids first
showing of the newest in Spring Ties
and Cravats CENTSTHE .



36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors, including 79 .
black, regular $1.00 quality for lJ
All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine, all colors, including 89 EN'I
black, regular $1.25 quality for EN'S S
36 inch Kimona Silks, dainty floral effects 49
on colored grounds, reg. 69c quality S
36 inch Pure dyed Chiffon Taffeta in all
81 00
colors, reg. $1.35 quality for .


45 inch All Wool French Poplin, range of colors 98c
regular $1.25 value, for only
42and45 inch Shepherd and Fancy Checks,regular] 49c
65c value, for only
The famous "Viyella" All Wool IT S 68c
Tennis Cloth. Fine range U. e f llLCDicksonIves


Favorite Shopping Place"I


Store will be closed all day Sat-

urday New Year's Day


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Christmas frutlvitU' went off quietly Glasgow, Scotland_Firemen had .
: |land very well. A very large audience Saturday, January 1, 1916 2 P. M. I to tight a canal full of blazing whiskey -
I here today at a fire in the build CAMERAS
No. 4 West Pine Sreet llxtenrd to the well arranged programof AND SUPPLIES
Orator of the day, Prof. P. W. ing of the l Dintillvry) company, ltd.
Christmas eve, which was prepared Spear, of Orlando Fla. I Twelve thousand! cask! of liquor
Phone 161 by Minxes Minor and Lawron. Oh come, everybody who wants to were stored in the building. The

The numbers were all of the Christmas hear an eloquent and logical orator, i flames spread rapidly and the explod- F
spirit and very beautiful truths a young man who is an asset and an ing of the cask released! the whiskey ''
DAVIS & GILES I were brought home to us! in recitation honor to the race and to his country. which turned the canal into a ,I Ansco Cameras $2 to $25
and no nir.Mm. Come and learn of the great progresswe burning stream.Firemen I

AfORNEYS-AT-LAW '. J. Lee has as her guest her are making along many lines. pumped water from the Hawkeye $2 and $3
mother, Mrs. John P. Thomason, of Come, let us make a new resolutionto bottom of the canal and played it on ;

Phone 72 Sermons, Ga. get; more land, homes, a better education the blazing surface. I
Dr. and :Mrs. G. W. Slough, of :ML to be more useful and indus The loss is estimated at $7oO000.*
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- Vernon, Ind., arrived Friday to visitat trious citizens, to be more considerateof s Films for all Camerasand
Davis & McNeill BlocV the home of his brother Mr. W. J.
our neighbors and of one another, Read the Morning :Sentinel for the
Sloujrh.Mrs. and to live closer to God and thank news. lOc. a week de'+vered. Kodaks '
M. J. Tedder, of Plant City, Him for all these many blessings.All .
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. C. of our white and colored friendsare
Victor Starbuck :Miller.\ :Mr. and :Mrs. T. II. Lamb invited.

and daughter, Edna May, of } issimt Mr.Iorse., the man who has made BIG EATERS GET WE DO DEVELOPING
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I}mee, have been recent guests ofIr.. Winter Park is going to be with us
(land :Mrs. :Miller.
161 to encourage,; us to do greater things
Phone i Dr. and :Mrs. D. C. Roney took in the future.
Many the most !
Christmas dinner at the home of thedoctor's KIDNEY TROUBLE l lTake
Fla of both
No. 6 W. Pine St. urland prominent men races are going
brother, :Mr. T. P. Roney, of to be with us. Come and hear

Orlando.Mr.: Samuel. Henry of Montpelicr them. a glass of SalU before breakfast LUCERNE E PHARMACY

Ohio, \'llIitt'.llallt week his friend, Mr. if your Back hurts or Bladder
W. J. Slough, on his way to Tnmpa. WANTS TO :MAKK lm.AS} bothers you.
R. RAY WHITE'AVr0RNEY.AT :Mr. and Mrs.. J. I':. Parker, of Winter IsStm NEXT ELECTION: : .
Park spent ('hrintmm day with
LAW Tampa, "'11\..-With the determination Tile American mm' n'vl women '"!liltJ'Ilrlr.1
Mr.I and Mrs. K.: I n M. IVrkln -
in Kfaslmmeeislt Palace
constantly ngninut KMney roul.lc' When t the Drug 5iure.NMNk.
Room 44Wntklnn :Mr. nnd 1\1\ rll. Henry KtebMnt, of to make good rond (the pnrn- l.''aiiM> we eat inn much anal| nil nur, fowl!
link Holilen" spent Sunday; with Mr.\ mount 1 issue for this section of the 1 III rich., Our l.lon.1' I I..* fllM with urlo
llliwk Orlando, .Fin.. and Mrs. h'. W. Anderson.! state, n cnmpnlgn for (the furthering acid' | which the t M'lncyn' strive! to Her[
Mr. and, Mrs. (\ J. Sweet and sans or he movement, of gelling state and sluggish they: wmikpit the "lImlll"lItP from otprwork tls.ues' ..ltlJt InwnimfrbitttfWh. IIn.1. ..... .................. .. .. . .... +INN. ..
Were guests at C'hHMmm! dinned! of federnt nit\' A* well\\ nil the ro-npet-n- the tenull I I..* kl.lnp.r" !Uimt,! | bladder. ,
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Worthington BlacknrnnATTOUNKYATliAW 1 Mr. and! MM 1 1' M. Hhatillmrger, ontnke (tint of the count for (the building trpitktteM- ntul A pptiphtl" .11'1'1111"111 lipultliliph $ . . .. .... .......
('eniwny. fllid keeping Up of the l-iifldq will) It"tU"hPlI \\ Jour kl'hitMH' fart tiko IUIIII'III| nf
Iprtili jut bark hints '.f the tiHno N
) Mien llpialp! f.ltwlIlI""fit (tl1 'IIP- l in rnmitetlnh| liy, (the Imrttil, ofHi full .if WMllltipht lit frml, Hh
11II11If' 111 'Kliolmtitpp fop (he t'tiilot- 1t1t,1 hit(yd Ihp flfnlii, of the( man (tl' Ural|<: taut'' tw,' ref I tliti Uflip..
i'hune? 617Iloems tads liollitrtyx, Httit Mi"i.. Allilrt MlhofU hilts of tliU. Itoily" and. H filfUikM" ] \ |tllUillll. f the hlfjfit, If yule outset' ttllh cirri. : START THE NEW
Iln4 been' llvvt'tfl,1", l.y I I., P. Dickieeeerptary }\ I..tllt".h t'f iliwv, iiFfH.iu pjiplU, meld!|
13 and 14 YuwellUuek.worth epehdtni| (flip ilrtyB|| Itt her lmm@ '' lit till! We, fl.elilimilMIt. \ wt IPH(
In (Otlltl( hil}, ItQQHIHIt / who tine all of I till tltJi! waher i M tail t,rt 'fftiM' t"nf j.4f|| >
ilulldhlg. Pint, and MFO, I I., Tucker are epenilini tenth' of tfniiil, road. in haiul, fl\IIIJi.\ BI.llllt 'f.lnf mllW'al' @f, Jft,1. tilth-. YEAR RIGHTBy
? (the htilinrtya quietly at their home Thrmieh Mr: DicMe' plan eterymember take" .A lFBHMinful' | MI A 0)4) "" fI''
water | few
irP4l f4.t f far
Idth of the Central FlorMa! Highway I
on Conway.Mr..A. awl your kMueja" will then act hag,
Phone 72 I If, Harvey and his grand' Association PouM' be of Invaluable 4ltH f-uwn 6tlt4 U male from the avid trading at the only
---- onl Horace from Ilrattleboro, Vt,, assistance jn the work all of the pf grapes Wit lemon juice combined with ex-
Jithu, sail baa l Lee. used t for
time He generation.
guests several; of Mr and J urges each one to becomeso
were day
to hush and stimulate
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Mrs C, C, Hall, interested that he will talk good]' to neutralize the eida in eloge4| the> urine kidneys BO it; clusive Cigar Store in

Mr. Edward J Newell, of Orlando roads! to the men running for office, no longer is source of irritation thus
and Counsellor at Law spent Christmas with his grandparents and get their views and vote for the ending bladder disorders. Orlando.

Mr and Mrs. L. C. Newell.Mr. man who is in favor of having state Jure Jad, makes Salts is a inexpensive delightful effervescent cannot in- .

Davis & McNeil Kldg Forrest Sumler was visiting in and federal aid for the work of build lithia-water Leverage, and belongs in
ORLANDO FLA. Pine Castle during the holidays.Mr. ing the roadways of this state. every home, because nobody can make
a mistake by haling; a good kidney flueh- I
and Mrs. Miller and family, of

Dr. F. F. Thompson! Pine Massachusetts Miss Crest Ollie hotel Hansel were Friday and registered night.Mr. B. B.at FOR SALE! ins any timxBHMMIfilMlil H GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE H

Prescott greatly surprised their I 'I! IIjPl! '! "''nf.m"!! /'''!:;!''''''' {11"1111 { I!: ':!!"'!'
Dentist friends by their marriage in Orlando !" r''f' ,' ' ' 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. II. Evans
I "
Saturday and left for Tampa to spend Two lots frontingon 111"IIII1Q'I ,I : : lii"IIWi'J'"!; I Iii
Formerly of New York their honeymoon.Mr. ;ii:, I: Y I"I[! : ,
4 and Mrs. Wm. Wigman, Mr. Colonial Drive : HIM " " MltlMMMMMMMMiiUMIIIIMIMORLANDO ..
115 SOUTH ORANGE and Mrs. C. P. Johns, and Mr. and

Mrs. J. P. A. Herman are now domiciled East and Park
Over Curtis & O'Neal's I .
in their respective new homes.Dr. .
and Mrs. G. T. Bennett are at Lake. Bearing or- INCOME. INVESTMENTS I
home from a trip to the East Coast. YIELDING AGUARANTEEDNET 1 ROOFING

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner had a ange trees, large INCOME. :
e. daughter born to them Saturday, December ANL
18, 1915. The young lady has live oaks. Cornerlot
not been christened yet. We .ell everything build SHEET METAL CO

This community was shocked by $800. Inside lot house and in buying all your
the material from one firm you

OR. OPTOMETRIST U H. RAMSDELL young drowning:Mr. Magruder in Lake, on Conway Thursday.Our of. $700. Phone 567, save the each di.count.. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

beautiful lake has been the death PLANS AND
ORLANDO. - FLORIDA bed of several within the last few or inquire 108 Hill- ESTIMATES FURNISHED and Rubber Roofings
WI: FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENS years, and there have been a numberof

AND, DO ALL KINDS OF cases of near drowning which is crest Avenue.Oakland SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSFOR Cornices, Skylights, Beating Ventilating, ftMal Ceilings
ornrAi RKPADtmQ extremely to be regretted; but in the

great sorrows of life one can only
look Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando. Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
to an All Wise Father, who
knoweth best, and to wait for the
SURVEYINGPlating day "when all mysteries will be ---
cleared ---- -
Beautiful Stone Residence
Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax dam Howard's Studio, on the Avenue Phone 5 for
of 6 Rooms Bath Sleeping wishes thank kindly for
for sale at
gro Porch Stable-Garage, Chicken responding so generously to the call
WORK I cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando, Yard, and about 60 fruit trees for babies for the fair exhibit. You FISH AND OYSTERS
Fla. 1-12-18-lmoc "Oakland cars are sold everywhere" have done fine. You have ioaded the
HAL A. IRISH mostly all in bearing. Lot 150x studio up so that it will take until
I 200. Only m blocks from ,Lake the week after Christmas to Fet Fresh Every Day
Civil Engineer Lucerne. Quiet, ideal location. ready for more. Please do not bring

lucerne Theatre Wednesday Night l Ian. 5 5Of Inquire at 113 Ernestine St., or your Wednesday babies after for Christmas.the fair until and then the THE WALDECKER FISH CO.

Watklnft Kldg., Orlando, Fla. j W. H. PALMER, Adm'r, we will be glad to run the free prop. 39 West Church StreetIHillMlilMMMMIMIHillllllllllMI
I 3 West Pine St. osition for a short time longer. Due

.r .oWlAF/l)& CLIFFQRW'M 4lCCRRt/Kl1Z(7fJ21'J:1: notice will be given.




L Percival Hutton II And Read This Carefully

&? Liberty gt t,, New! York NUuilding ,\ 1 T- 1

AItC1l111t clr Wt have a fine! Nurery Tree a can be found All

M@N@ilIDwi9, Of au iiIilIeritl the leading varetie! of the Orange and Grapeff ull,

They have been examined by the Stale Inlip toe of

Mrlmll@r F. A, A, 2 2e Nuriery Stock, and pronounced dean: and Tar of

all dlea, and no sign of White{ Fly. We lieU at

the very lowest prices, and give a written guarantee

S.SJonesChiropractor against Citrus Canker For particulars let! us hear

I ) JJNGWNr from you today


(Graduate of Davenport, Ia., Col- EWORLD OF TAMOO

Specialist on Nervous and lJl/LL/_ IJ.TLY ATTlRLrD CflO/QUS
Chronic Diseases.4th .

Prices 50c 75c $1 and $1.50 OCOEE FLORIDAIII
Floor, Y. D. Building ,

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ORLANDO CONCRETE AI'Ol'KA NEWS NOTES a most delightful time was enjoyedby I....................... .. . .. .. ... . ...... .. . ... ... ......... . .... ........
all of theta who weri permitted ta I I

"j WOltKST Apopka, trl la4, tier! 28.-Ajjopkahtafr be present '' I

gong fit Phone 499! ramp htttltitf a serbus! fire! Bun list the thuf-th! Christmas last Saturday tree at the hlfrtit Me.tho*tt< "No Nursery Tree l Is A Fir t-Cluss Tree

daq his ht whfctt the rMldthc! bf W.tt. well titthded! ahd It Uhy tpUY(( littlepfti
(I, tnHtiH line dUtbVeretl t Itt b@ bh tltrl was! ttirHeti butt
"! rUHhrttttttfIJ tUf All tlttMcM of fife fcWluhattly; / the flfe fca dl+tbV'defufe
h'nHrfElli' 1IHlidtHAll Hfod : U find Krtihi'd hH head U ill 1 ea Budded
\\'tn\\ First t (I'irtM' t wtiy t iBid Mfi, TttltHH 1 : hnNhehe4 f (tH hi I'llular' PAINAkl( lilifiNlld' :! p@.t: :! t t e' ..
klfiN'1:! 'Fi .\FllWft"hifi
ill tikHlII ftM \\Ht. ithl* IH rirtfidle tti!
AI I+o MflnufoeUirer of (IF? trAm the! t HWt It *rt* nfot l dl i.j from Bearing
FPtFFF4' ; A. tHHll flf t HB, ftlflFW HH t tfHh, n: (-I'FRI IftiAFV W
(terete liuilriinir' filneto nf evi fRfi4P f1ttiF'' TH. TftF FFipHRded Fanwmi (ef Vale UFWIw\vt\ tIe1tRds4
pry .flesips.. White WAY# l'nsti t 1 with the FhenaiFel; paratHSi, I+Ht it \the\\ pew 'j4Hftl; tc srHeFi1 API' in ft -- -'- - trofftkflOWfl
n We t and Fenpp Pp.ts, 'I,1wn Witi p4 f neede4 pi the firs will Air! epeefh hecA 'Ms n niJ11f htfAFP 'the
Peaches, Art Work, VAC !4 pf ready ijn4Fr FPntrHI, TN I Wftfft RH- Amerlcnn;= AssQCiatiQR=; tpr I.nhgr hegislallan '

any site Pr Design, Walks, StePa t inated where: R piHtitiAR FPm 14 In ,,, and
the wpnderfitl'
contact with the chimney and, becams l l Despite prngresa Quantity
t e fish Ponds, Fountains' etc! t
pnrhtfttl4 and the well pf smoVe made in invention, such: as wireless,
Building Blocks Faced with attracted the attention At lHu Neigh I greater speed and power ships, safety
Granite Coquina, Gravel. or bar, a trained nurse, who was there, appliances signalling devices, and Quality of Pro-
any other material, Call and see and she gave the alarm. The damagewill water tight compartments, he declared .
samples. be very slight. the number of lives lost on
The members of the Methodist the water has gone uty? steadily. Since
church gave a farewell reception to 1895 this number has doubled. He duction.--O.W. ;
said the striking fact was that in so
Plans and Estimates BladeConvinced Rev. George D. Reeves and his daughter t
Miss Edith, Monday night, at many cases the cause of the disaster +
the parsonage, and a very pleasanttime lay, not in the elements but in some : : Conner.Trees .
imperfection of human nature. .
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was enjoyed by present.
Horn. Christmas morning to the like these will work for you while you tleep. They can't be
wife of W. G. Talton a fine big boy. ROUMANIAN GENERAL ENDS grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW. .
This is the fourth boy that now LIFE TO AVOID DISGRACE
graces the home and Mr. Talton is Geneva.-Munich newspapers re.
"Yes," said the specialist as he
stood by the sick contractor "1 can wearing that smile that won't come ceived here announce the suicide of
cure you."What." off.W. Gen. Jonenco, commanding the second Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration TilE OCKLAWAHA
will it cost," asked the sick L. Pnnnell spent Christmas Roumanian army corps. Accordingto NURSERIES began to educate the public an to what really constituted a real, first-class
man"Ninety-five faintly. dollars." with the family of his sister, Mrs. the story the general was sunpect nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
Collier at Donnell.II. ed of having "been bribed by of
"You will have shade one
to pricea
your by planting trees they in nurseries began to call for, DE
as are our
little" replied the contractor. "1 II. Witherington enjoyed a fine the powers. The minister of war or. grown yes
got a better bid from the undertaker." wild turkey for the family Christ. I dered an inquiry and his suspicions: MAND trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in exIstence -
and The his specialist competitor stood got pat the on job.his price mas dinner. I being confirmed he sent two officers!! five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
We are specialists in our line of Mrs. Anna Guy, of Plant City, with to inform Gen. Jonesco of the resultof tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
work and sanitary conditions prevail.It her little daughter fs visiting her par. the investigation. Two hours later
will to the safe trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
pay you stay on ents Mr. and Mrs. John Love during Gen. Jonesco killed himself.
side. Christmas. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Miss Irene Womble came down time and money to bring it into bearing.
Orlando from Jacksonville and spent Christ Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
mas with her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. DR. J. M. MASTERS[ you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

Steam Laundry R. Womble.Mr. proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
and Mrs. Harry Clark arrived GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort
Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
Saturday night from New York state
FRENCH LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANFKS and are occupying their new bunga. Orange, Florida Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

PHONE 88 low on Orange street. work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
Dr. Jones, of New York, preached A'ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
Devoted to treatment Nose
at the IlnptlKt! church Sunday morn.
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comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
ing and again at night. Throat and Lungs. All facilities
S. Helen Graves A. C. Htnrblrd hAil purchased an.
for scientific and successful
other new automobile, which make
HAW AM) PACK fWI;CIAI.IRT the third one h. nnw hAil In the fam treatment.

Khampoolng, Manicuring, Fnrlnl ily.A Ocklawaha Nurseries
and family dinner wnn served At the
Hotly Mnssnge Scalp treatments Oakland Hlx I > '' F, II. Orlnndo.'ttrtklrtinl .
given under modern scientific priori' resldpnrw. of Mr. and 1\1\ rll. John J $ft7G 0
Illf'| l My Irrntments have given Jlnt. Anderson Biitunlity nt which time 0. W Conner. Proprietor Tangerine, Florida.
factory( results. Appointments can Mr. and. Mm.\ Henry Holt, parents nf
l be made dy phone Ho. 07D. (Hours 0 I Mrs.\ Anderson, were present! n* were
nl-1t some of Mrs, AtuleriWn brothers G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
td t 12 d.fni i ta 0 p.m, ,
iiinl. "I lit toI'lI,
ttAhUHtft.ttHII.ItUt : (tilt last Pnh.lrty Mh nhii MM. tit" "eluM/Ihr, tldi )
1'b ItWtltlh IfulltllH, Httt thrrritt. rt family illhtietfttt. nil
hbttttt fttt. I OrlahM tltttld... tlteltrfilltlreti\ nhti l ttielt- families. tthii. rats nr(< Hold eVerJr*h rtf." tt..t.Vfttltln ....... ... .. ..... ...,........ .. .. .....


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

1 Price $6000 a

31/fc ACRES

@) > 2 miles from Orlando, 3V acres, 3 story house.

Price $1500.


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


2 miles from Orlando, quarter mile from brick road, facing'beautiful, 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. '

Price $2400.00ORANGE


East front, close in, 50x240. Price $1800,00 .



I tl 8eUsfled tllehts made hly bustaess I IIiHia...Nj


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I For On Day RATES.... ...25< SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE F.r Six Days RATES_.......... 75eF
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For Three D.y. .::::. 50c r One -- $2.50

FOR RENT-Pleasant, comfortablerooms !
for light housekeeping, in I I.rr IC Ir i \
private family; modern and convenient. j Ii"i
315 West Central avenue.
12-23-6tc I II
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FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- iI
nished rooms with private family, I iI
close in. 302 North Orange avenue. I
12-12-tfc FOR SALEA

1 FOR RENT OR SALE-Two story Just I I
house. No. 10 West Robinson avenue. -
Modern conveniences. Phone
36. R. B. Perry. 12286tTO Real EstateI I I
fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
RENT-Large room, with board, the section.These |
have six lots in negro
suitable for two people. Reason-
able. All conveniences. Close in. lots sell for $150 each on I S. West St. $2300.
212 East Jackson. Phone 406. installment plan. For cash I
FARMLANDS-DROVES 12-28-12tc take $350 for all. Does a I

ffOUSESLOTS.FOR FOR RENT-Large airy rooms with per cent look good to you?
heat, at "Welcome Inn." Home I
comforts. Screened sleeping porches.
Only one door from Presbyterian \V. T. ENTRICANLICENSED
.. SALE I church. 106 East Church street. CONTRACTORfor I C.A.HOVEYAdvertise
rates for the
Special season.
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, I 12-28-Ot .

practically new, nice condition, with FOR RENT-Furnished, two large,: I
1 lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, pleasant rooms kitchenette andbath PAINTING* DECOHAT1NO: ETC.
and shrubbery; hear Lake Eolal very. room, on first floor. Hot and l "Phone 2if. I
desirable location. $ cold electric lights and telephone. i I
Address "Uwher llox 34.: Orlando, Also ttaa tM( sleeping room*
ha. iiiOItnoe1OHrULHAflJAhtiAt I rm seeohd floor. Private family, I
-- dose irt. !312 North Main. t 12-29-re{ *

Of Will reht totnpleltly furl*' h@tt, tWo\ I ,l'' lt% A'tIi itwiMn( !' :! fuHi, !'ti ''t i ifiir CLINT BASS
hewf'ijiudefil+ rtiiii allratWe! hwHelireily ) light) t 'JitiUaekwjtlligi! !' IH I\t/llf! i )tI i'HON IffWtjifferin in the Sentinel
! iaWH ahi.4hF0bbeFY, ttedFKblai I.ftlt e I , \tnl! "tt'tllltt I IniF(. t It Itflt itt i
l i (IW9 SteHes, nvp iwm l*, '$1ktlfptfe *hltiHh\t \lets twu fill++thlahed\ IImlllQI 1\11$: itrettueefi : ' '
4 'leei'Mf )Weft. , fUttlr DIY !JILL ti4qt: JiUkenli !Ptrtet t:
; (ft flh AtM ,__ O f @@FllIidi, \if:1NtHIl ef ta ) __ __ __ !Ifl: _
11\11\$ Mil!! at 813 DFtild4Y! --- --
-ll94wtlFRR WANTED (Hand Wood Company
Hammond & Gore
arlh&=A lifooi\\ five room hogee, W4NThI-A, position as grocery
tit fine condition, m good location i den'. ;lave bad two years ex perj.) Wood pf All K'nlo.'r *
hot and cold water; three: lota; a bar ence, and no bad habits,-such as cig-i ); FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMUAUIERS!
llaU\ for quick buyer, Call at the arettes. lest of references, and will / aun, ICU
ummerlin,_it-24-tto work for war time salary. T. E. llR/tSONIUlllR I-lllCR "
mith, Gen, Delivery. 12-29-3t: I
FOR 8 ALE- ddle horse cheap, - - Real Values Low Prices
Jaa. L.Giles U-25-tfc WANTED reliable, sober white :
man to live on place and take care COMPARE
FOR SALE-Large refrigerator and of grove and do trucking. Place close
other market fixtures, cheap. Jaa. in. Address lies 714, Orlando, Fla. You Cannot Do
A. Knox._ 11.27.tfcI 12.2'9.OtcWANTEDFord: OUR FURNITURE

FOIL SALFJo'OU RENT-Houses, touring car, cheap Feed 10 people well for $ .
furnished and unfurnished. Also for cush; also one Ford touring I Wo the of furniture that has .
provide quality lone
come splendid lot.. Call and ice what body complete\ in good condition. Hut the Model can nnd docs accepted
1 have to otter before you buy or Answer quick Box 03, Orlando, Fla by knowing furniture buyers ni the standard of merit. If
rent. l\Ira. II. U. Leuke. 45 East: Pin 12-22-tf: : : i hundred: nt 25 cents an ftitlde I J. here it it "0011. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise
street or :312: Ilroadway. i'hone 17'J. -- Quantity counts. We can't make this point too clear-It la one of the foundation .

108dw.lmo_ _____ WANTED house:and-Want lot; also to buy it vacant a small,lot; It IH the quantity cooked stoner of this business and that meant much to any buyer.

FOK: SALE: OK KENT-Hy: owner, must not ho far out; t price must be make It (possible' to servo a \
two of the prettiest bungalows. in right. Address A. II. C., care Senti i nt 15c.
town. Each: him six large. moron, hill! nel. 12-18-tf isfying special
and bath, with all modern conven It i ta because our oysters h1cNE1LL&DAVIS BLOCK
about completed WANTED: Ily a white woman position -
*. One Just
other one to be completed 1 by 25th of as cook, matron, compnnlon( or always fresh that we serve Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
L. M.. 114
December; nice lots and fine location, housekeeper. Addrcs h. many.
Trice $3.600NsBd East: Concord avenue 12-21-Ct
Lake Cherokee.
/'yar ._ It la because our Coffee
cash and terms. --
$3,250; payment
Also a four room bungalow in northeastern WANTED-Two unfurnished rooms!, Pies are best that we serve .
part of town. This bungalowand by year, close in; rent must be reasonable
1 lot CO by 150 feet $950, or ; state location and price in rels of one and hundreds of
with 2 lots $1050; cash and terms. r plr. Address! "Lady," care Sentinelolfice. other.

Address street, Orlando.Kentucky Phone Home,686.fill Palmer 12-28-3t: No advance in prices Try a Want Ad in the SentinelOKT.ATsmO

12-15-lmoc WANTED SITUATION By settled special occasions.It .
white woman, as cook in boarding
FOIL SALE-Horse and buckboard. house, or small hotel, or as house pays to be reliable. 8&1 :
Horse is tough, easily kept, sound keeper. Inquire "Cook," at Sentinel J. the: aiid SI1iI'lgles:
and gentle. 202 East Robinson ave. office. 12-28-mc OPEN DAY AND NIGHT


FOR SALE--Fine Jersey cow heifer LOST
calf bv her side. Address Hox f>2,
Winter Park, Via 12-28-Otc. LOST-Small open faced watch, on The
pin, between Lake Lucerne anti the
FOil SALE--A number one good Empire: hotel. Monogram L. It. L. on
work horse, sound gentle, ft years hack Return to Orlando Hank and I-------
old, weighs. Unit 1,000 (toundrt. ( heapif Trust Co. and receive reward.
tnkrn nt once. Address 401 West Il-3-tfc
Church street. Phone tH I. 122Hc:! :! Slemons' Millinery
-- -- MISCELLANEOUSio. : :

1'Olt.SALETen: room bungalow; -. --- .- Agatlte Plaster and Lime ,
lake front, two lots, modern house ,
<; : ). T. HULL co.
twenty bearing citrus trt" Will fur- -
nUh to purchaser gout tenant for .
\ --
rant half of house for one year, with Phone 10:'. Itork Hldg. .!room? 3. = :; -----
privilege! of three, at twenty-five\ dollar Cull and coo us if interested in real We offer a choice selection
n month. This will net purchaser estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop- Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $ ,
U per cent and his own rent. Address erty. Rentals carefully attended to. .
Saskatah care Sentinel. UMlMmo: 11- -1 moc $4.00, $5.00, $8.00.Childrens /
Hats $1.00, $1.50 and
F Umbrella ""covwe BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, close, "
in, on West Central avenue; garage "while you wait. av Young's Repair prices are so reasonable that you
almost built. Chas. P. ))ow. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. find our store the best place in
117.tle city for millinery.
FOR SALE!-Lettuce, onion cabbageand
collard plants. 502 W.12-14-tfc Central the Real "Savings Check" PenniesAll Slemons' Millinery Furnace for Real Winter I
avenue lOco articles 9c. One cent and Store
over "savings pennies" from every
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN'-1912 article purchased. Nothing chargedat
touring car, thoroughly overhauledand these prices. Prompt delivery and cozy with a few handy Gas Heaters, during these
guaranteed to be in Al shape. Ball Grocery Co., No. 11 W. Robinson Best and
Address E. R. Rodenbaugh, Orlando. avenue. Phone 118. l-12-23-7tc
12-29-61 the constant annoyance of tending a dirty, "cranky"I
Auto Livery I
TRACY & SOMERVILLF-Carpenters fire to build soot ashes to struggle with. When
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land part and cabinet makers.! Screen I no or you
ly cleared and fenced. On the Clar- doors and windows, frames sleeping Service
cona straw road, quarter of mile from porches, counters, shelving, 'show the Gas Heater and you have warmth; when you leave,turn
brick road, near Lockhart. A bar- cases refrigerators alteration and i I
gain at $25 per acre. $50 down and additions. We keep a number of 5-PASSENGER ceases.
terms. Address J. N. Kane, care skilled workmen constantly on hand. j!
SentineL 12-29-6t 18 East Church street. 1?2-lmo'

FOR RENT NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea
SI'--ialty of deeds mortgages, BUICK CARWe Can Save Your Coal Pills
The Tuttle Gift Shop is located this leases contracts etc. Price very ica-
season on the second floor of Yowell- sonable. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East
Duckworth building, at left of eleva Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-1moc but the coldest weather you can halve your coal bill. Gas
tor. 1-12-8-tfc call anywhere at any
than coal heating. And it heats where you want it,
FOR RENT-Large two story fur- '
nished dwelling, modern conven- WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGH- Gordo Transfer unused room. We have a Gas Heater to fit any sized room
iences, two sleeping porches, two TERS SWEETHEARTS ,
blocks from postofifice corner Jackson
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox. 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone see it.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms COMING
in new. modern home; one-half Plants
block from Anderson street near St.Luke's Pansy
the "Men" Box of ,
Buy a
hospital. Reasonable rates for
the season. 406 :Margaret street. Bushes Petunia
10-29-tf ,
NEW SOUTHCigars PlantsLeave

FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, DEPARTMENT
with all conveniences. Apply 209
Palmetto St.. 2 blocks from Post Of- your orders here
fice. 11-27-tfc

FOR RENT-Attractive business
room. See H. R. Berry, at the Ford
Garage. 11-11-tf .. l Dell Florist

First Methodist church; tele- Smoke That Will Put Them J. M. CARUTHERS
phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson
street. 10-20-tfc \, In I a Good Humor For 1916. Phan 509. 408 Soott Lab -


i) Di U-18-tf Ride LOCAL Ham rick's AND jitney_PERSONAL bus G 6c:. r J9\1 \ ::: 1 1ftBiU 1h

Mr. E. A. Thomas left yesterday
afternooi for Jacksonville to look
after important business matters.

t Savings checks are accepted as cashin
.. .
I the savings department of the : i:f. :, ?,-7-<
i[ 'ecples National bank. 11-11-tf

[ Glad TidingsThe Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Owens, of Tampa -
were among the well known Floridians ? ; -
spending yesterday in Orlando.Mr. . .
: : ; . .
safety: of your funds, ,:cooperation :
of our officials, promptness and and Mrs. Clifton'W. Loveland, : : i .".A I." : -, 1. .5: :. ": 4.
E of Satsuma Heights, were among the : t... .
courtesy of our employees and friendly Floridians spending yesterday in Or-

t interest in your welfare are all points that lando.

f the State Bank invites you to consider Fish ana oysters received daily.H. I S
t will M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
when choosing the you .

bank with. Mr. J. B. Lawton, Jr., after spending 566 % INCREASE
several days in Orlando with relatives -
r We solicit small as well as large ac-
left yesterday morning for his
t counts-both will have our equally careful home in New Smyrna.
r attention. in customers-and a still

Major T. M. Murphy, one of Kis- 1 larger increase in deposits
r THE simmee's popular and substantial citizens -
was among the business trans. In3yearsRead
1 STATE BANK actors visiting Orlando yesterday.Mr. ;'

OF J. II. Compton, of Clermont, our ad on page
chairman of the board of county com-
ORLANDOILE missioners, was among the well
r known visitors to Orlando yesterday.

RIDE in Hamrlck'a Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles Jcr 311(.. 8-28-tfc
t .. .. .
Messrs. Geo. C. Taylor and Harry .""<' ::: :
Ft Sitts, of Toronto, Canada, are in 4:1
t Orlando. They are registered at the .
f San Juan hotel for an indefinite BO-

t<]A ___ D 'fh1t\ V: Th\-
Misses! Maggie May and Leila j ,
daughters of Mr. and Dire J. J. MeCranle -
left yesterday for Lakeland
btt ft Visit! to MM M. 0. Efttott and
amlly.Mh .
AYNES and MIL! A. J. Hoyef will leave! -. .. . - -- ___ n n. -- --- - --. -- ---- -- -_ _ 't
\winy for Atlanta\ (ti la., \\ hhl'! y
will pItrnd t A fuutile l wf fcttK and tt..t.t.... ...ttf..tt.t.tt.t..t..tt.t..f.t.........
\hH fctf ht Awerleui fur a stet fctlltMHKSI
tt'lttl"t'lld\ '' !
OLOROOKS J. P. DEALER Itll! I'\ I 1,1 IlwI'UltIlI! 1, whu hay 1 t.Ilt'1\. \
IIIIt'IIIII"| H I fHMi'lfi'' of' weed IK, OF
1.11\.''' M fluent t i Hi I I MnV+ < Hull, left kartIerd4y
UPPfL[ PROS( tn vUH H"ii. wi the' I asI.

ServiceNew (l"lttt i ilU-lMtllntf tit \HlfH.Unsa. Three New StudebakerTouring I

Saving check tfiut'l) ar paid,
Ask fur them whenever you bay

__ __ --C things n-ll4f Cars
Mr. anti Mr Char, William and
lion, Horace, were among those arriv-
ing in Orlando yesterday. They are Better drop in and pick out
from Flint Mich., and intend to remain now your new car
in Florida until late in the

",., spring Miss, Annie Holmes, of Tampa, who

has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. i
San Juan
Josiah Ferris, at 504 South Lake Garage Company
street, left yesterday afternoon for
her home in the metropolis of South
Ford Home Florida. Orlando-Daytona

Now Open 8-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.

209.11 South Orange Avenue "
Mrs. Ruth Campbell, of Topeka,
Telephone 386 Kansas, and Mrs. G. M. Hallam, ofNew .
York city, have arrived in Orlando -
and are visiting their daughterand
Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, sister, Mrs. J. O. Spink, at her 1..r..1j..I. . II' ..ats.e.ti . . ) . . \. .. MlIMMMM.. . . .r..IIII.I .
home on DeLaney street.
Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United
States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." Capt. A. D. French arrived in Orlando . . .' " " .' . .....
last evening over the Atlantic
Coast Line, coming from Waltham,
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home.' Mass. Capt. French plans an extend I
ed sojourn in this city and Is pleasantly -
F. G. RUSH located at the Lakeview. r;

Messrs. 0. E. Smith and J. K. Love I
at the Smith tleatty company Springfield -
1'ehn.ete among the arrivals
In Orlando yesterday afternoon Mr.
Smith: is well known In this section '
MMMI and has!! a number of friends! who were! t TO OUR FRIENDS
leaned to eec' him
TllCNfeJuESTDKHKJNSIN ; ; Mr and Mrs. Wm. Ilatehehler.; tif
8iLVimwAui;? Ji\vii.itv; ; Ere! I'n,, who are in Orlando fort ftn '
AND NOVI5ITIE8ng evtefded visit are Ideasantly' ltwatei ri'i! S 4 yl.1i It Kite IH" areiU& picture to @>ipr@MMRrnllflcnllan

the Ht t, James apartments, This i'I nv@r the rortllnl ldtlonK.,.. of
eonutnntly in touch with the leading sllvernmlthawul their first visit to this pwtlon and I .
jewelercrttrUmen of the country, our stock \II always they are greatly enjoying the beau ) the pn"I, Hfnpwlng our hope for a rantln

kwplnir pace with the latent style: in illverware, rings, lies uf the surrounding ronntry. i uanre, \Ht UHlre to convey to you our up.
broceletfl, etc,
When new and beautiful designs are created, we are Mr. and! Mrs,W. O. Scott, of prerlutlon and the JifIU,""'" greeting! ,
among the Out stores in the country to show them. You Oyrand, Mich., are among the men r
never buy out-of-dnto article here. arrivals In Orlando to enjoy the beau
Our dliiplay fur Chrlntmnn will Interest you. There (let of this section They will remain raA'y;
nro .nome very new wiul very beautiful noveltlen-nome- here for a week or two and then
thing to plenno J everyone to whom you want to give Como visit other point in 'the southern' t'lttt
. parly and choone whlld the wide assortment offers the of the Mute, retufhltitf to Orlando& the ,
best opportunity, last of hut mnhth, remaining heM
You'll not be d0appolntcd! at thl4toreVd? s@o to until late in the opting,
that, -
I r."h Jlltfk lihlt"fi' linnau item
Itoutitun.. for .Male Ml nil ht"lllItt aI"ftt'.ttttl1" -
J care,, ; tacking ('u.+? tmniuia,
,l-'ht. I.lJ.la.lmae: I The Orlando Bank & Trust
---- ------- ----- Company
T. H. EVANS Doctor; .

llcklllll rti'i' t&: BI1J1uln:! ere Orlando, Florida

JEWELER Instruction Os 1EOI'\T118t'srsonal under fir Still Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

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