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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 31, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00601
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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CARRANZA FORCES NORTH \ DAMAGE UN. TENN. SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS HE COUNTRIES! TO

LESS MERCURY SHOULD WARRING
MEXICO\ h HAVE MADE, CHANCERY 1 -_ .

NO MOVE FALL. OUSTER EXPIRE. ;:;teppri; that King I NEW BUCHANAN NOTIFIES FED.

San Bernardino, Cal., Dec. 30. Berlin, Dec. Italy bal been ENGLAND DIST. ATTV. MARSHALLHE

BANDIT!! CHIEF MUOIN J 0 I ZAPATA time Snow in fell more there than today ten years.for the first TOHAVETAKENJfflCETOMQRRQW f wounded Victor Emmanuel by a.n Austria of (renade out today and i WONT FIGHT3CONGRSMENApON

The snowfall was general in this IS in the hospital was gIven which ASSOCIATION HELD
MEETING j
State Dept. Informed That 3 of rus section belt.of the southern California cit- Final Adjudication of the Mat- by describes the Overseas the report News as Agency"a sensational LAST NIGHT-100 3 [ BATTLETo

4 Kidnapped Hearst Ranchers ter by Supreme Court to The news agency adds< :
Growers said no damage to citrus rumor. PRESENT
northern
Are Safe at fruits would result, unless the temperature Be Made on 20th "Travelers returning from of the Appear Before U. S. Com-

Madera dropped much lower. of JanuaryS Italy terroristic say that methods in consequence of the police all THEY WIlL MEET AGAIN NEST WEEK missioner Today to Give

of Italy are pew's tr'rcken Bond-Will Plead
El Paso, Tex., Dec. 30.-Gen. Villa PART OF ORLANDO Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 30.-An order the people of the war, -

with a force of 2,000 men is at Buena HOUSES WILL CLOSE from the supreme court of Tennessee There is a general that dislike if only the right Poem Composed by L I. Hatch Not Guilty
Chihuahua, E. II. R. A. and it is said -
Ventura, in western according TOMORROW restraining Crump,
to advices transmitted todayto Utley, and William Stanton from tak- man were at the head of the govern- Was Read by Secretary New York, Dec. 30.Representative I
in spiteof
Washington by representatives of About one-half of Orlando business ing the places from which they were ment Italy would make peace Swasey-Great In. Buchanan capitulated to the gov-

the state department in Mexico. houses will observe New Year's day ousted in November was announcedby the London agreement. terest ernment today and word came from
whichis Shown
sensational rumor
Villa, it is said, was headed for I by closing tomorrow, while the others the chancery court here today. "Another Washington tonight to Federal Dis-
that a
believed is gen-
southern Mexico to join the Zapata will remain open as usual. The P eoThe supreme court's order, issuedat generally One hundred members trict Attorney Marshall from the Illinois -
the
of king of the New
I intimate
army in the states of Tepic and ples National Bank, The State Bank, the request of Attorney General eral who is an rela- England Association met representative that he will foregohis
maintaining at Tourist
Morelos. and the Orlando Bank and Trust Thompson restrains the former mayor has been shot for Headquarters last expected rendition of battle before
night
Carranza's army in northern Mexico Company will close. Five grocery police commissioner, and city tions with the enemy. ally discussed and inform- the lower house of congress and if

up to the present time, has made stores-Rowland & Empie, T. A. judge from attempting to go into n.v. r.... Newton... plans__ _for. the future. necessary in the District of Columbia -
Penfield Has Itemed presided in the absenceof
no effort to pursue Villa. Mann, Dickson-Ives, Pure Food Grocery office on January 1, and orders them Ambassador Mayor courts.
Sperry and
Note Chas. P. Dow.C. .
and Cash Grocery-will also not to violate the decree of the chan- Austrian H. Buchanan came to New York to

Three of Hearst Employee on Mexican close.E. cery court by which they were ousted, Washington, Dec. 30.-Ambassador ,Swasey made, secretary few of the association plead to the indictmen charging him :
a
Ranch Safe II. Gore was asked to circulatea and orders that the present status of Penfield, at Vienna, cabled the state the remarks tellingof with engaging in unlawful acts in
plans of the
Washington, Dec. 30.-The state petition among the business men the city government be maintained department today that he had been He was unable to read organization the minutesof etc. connection with the propaganda of

department was officially advised this to find out how they stood on the until the final decision on the ouster handed the Austrian reply to the last the last labor's national peace council.
meeting as they
afternoon that the three employes of New Year's closing proposition. Two case by the supreme court, which is American note on the Ancona. Offi- locked at the bank. were Former Congressman H. Robert
up However
he
the Baricora ranch in Chihuahua, of the leading business houses re set for January 20. cials said tonight that sections of the remembered that there Fowler, Henry B. Martin, and Her-
in the
owned by W. R. Hearst, who were fused to close, and consequently the Crump had been elected to serve a note should begin to arrive here to treasury. C. K. was $7 man Schulteis, co-defendants with '
Pomeroy
carried off by Villa, are safe at Ma- plan fell through. About forty-four four years term as mayor, which be- morrow. It was stated positively by another suggestedthat Buchanan, and four others also announced -
be held
dera. signatures were secured. gins on January 1. the state department that it would be meeting a week the abandonment. of their reported -
from last ,
night, and he volunteered to
The fourth is still missing. impossible for any authority to express deliver battle to escape coming into
an address on "Orlando i in
PLEASANT GATHERING AT DR. JONES WHISKERS AMUSE the views of the United Stateson New York jurisdiction, and the three
Summertime, hoping to make
POLK COUNTY CITIZENS VISIT BEE-GI-WOO-CHE DELEGATES the Austrian reply before the com residents out of the winter permanent vis-- men will appear tomorrow at Washington i
ORLANDO plete text had been read both by Sec- before a United States
i itors.A cornj
The Meltith Club was entertainedat London.-"The new committee of retary Lansing and President Wil- missioner. 3,

'eral representative citizens from Camp Bee i-woo-che last evening the peace ark are hopelessly at loggerheads 80n. feature composed of by the J.evening J. Hatch was, and a They will plead not guilty and will J
poem ,
Polk' county motored to Orlando Mrs. Seth Woodruff being hostess. A on the question of the best read by give bond for their appearance at
Secretary Swasey, as follows -
,
Wednesday and spent the greater course dinner was served by the hostess methods of rehabilitating the party" ARTIFICIAL TIRE ALSO INVENTED l : New York.

part of yesterday going over Oran e after which dancing was enjoyed gays' a Stockholm dispatch to the IN AUSTRIA
county's unexcelled' brick roads. until a late hour. The club members Daily Express. "The apointment of "The Tourist Room"When G0"'. HAMMOND OF MINNESOTA

Among them were S. I.. Griffin \Vau- present were Mr. and Mrs. Seth the Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones as leader Vienna.-The announcement that a most you're feeling time kind of day 0' weary, at DEADSt
any
chulal Phil. Lacey, D. G. Swan. J. T Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. has brought his whiskers into sudden Germaft professor has succeeded In After doin lots of trampin'-things

Roberts D. L Skipper, Zolfo} Norton Giles, Mr. and Mrs. It. 1.. Beeman, prominence. They are a prime source making,synthetic rubber from chemicals seem twisted every way, Paul, Minn., Dec?, 30.-The body

T. Smith Avon 1'arkj It* t). Sebrlng, bra and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy Mr. of merriment to the delegates. has brought to light here the Nothing quicker makes drives you feel a so frown cheery, of tlovernof Hammond who died in

gebring. While in the city they madtheir eMtss and Mrs. Jas. 1-auphlin/: and Mr and i "Sweden has taken the mission' fact that ah Austrian ehgiheejf named .than tt.,Visit of att hoot away to the Tourist Clinton, will t be brought to Bt. Paul,

headquarters at the San Juahotel. C S. Mather-Smith. Several Invited more seriously than Norway. While vott nuhikoWskJ two months afd appplied Room in town. where it wilt lie in state tit the rap>

guests: eh joyed Mts Woodruff's the Noi-tteRtahs: Hdlfuled the party, tot & patent tin a the consist Hoi) until it J3 buried.
-= I hO'l'pitallty with the regular' club the geheral: l l'Iew in Sweden i H that tag of wood fibre\ and Certain bind Mayb@ the f uhIin't Bretty, but Us
dn.fU>
slicked flH,
mete !, ttmtiflg! the HUmlief I 1t'iHJt With proper ttlahflgettieht the! Ford efS, yp Kw

BANDITS SlAY TWO MNo [ Jn4 i. I I., tiiles, Mrs J, N MtKtrey, ethettle! might t@nliy have hastehed the @ @t'lAe U tlilih wthl tth@ And tWhan 6mefMflg year* ftellfi'tlul'pt' y GETS lifE IMPRISONMENT (

M iiii'M* Miller, and MP, IJ@"t@fItp@fflIU'l. the end ef the WilF." tire folliwi th@ aid pneymitie! pfinfiple = wean,
:::=a The I ehange Telegraph/ ( company : in That will th.IWI' thawrinkl@,
: tvery detail l ,, then! b@iny an and will drive away that frown I
Clln"tn, ('rime Wuve lit HmithHenri repeatq! It rlp@nhiUt'1rt'port t that inner tuht and an outer! tire T'h@main Whin yey're rested! 'Nut.( an hour, i in Schmidt (;@ta Life: 8entenc for

When Milked? Holdup NF.tlnORNn WHITE* fl.ASH I# flov #In Hi #Manna, of North Dakota> material!! used! j Ii wiliaw and the\ T nst Room in town, Murder Wiw

AT )IIMKEL.Y, CM* WITHFATA1 has resigned from the peace lI1 p@di. birch fibre!, What th@ Affomplice
fcinte
Loot llreery con> TU there you meet the! Jleflrl=sate{ of the MeNamara '
REflULTflRlaUJy Hon and i ia very ill, probably with Jillitll ef has net been atLas
and Rl ! mMH' W it old! friends ef '(lilt ago,
cilp@South typhoid. is Known that no rubber viator! Is And forte meet some new Angeles

) Qa., Pea. SO.-Si* negroes used!, ones, and 'JoPff your face'H)

,lend, J Iml., Pea, 80.A climax are dead, two whites seriously woijej d- flERMAN, I SOUMER LEAVES/ FOR n was announced glow, Los Angeles, Cal., Pee, 30,:Mathews -
to the of crime which today that ft mo }heat what things havehappened
epidemic
When
TUNE TO THE ,POOR you
and several other whites slightly! tar far fitted with the such A one is A. Schmidt, accused as an accomplice -
has terrorized South Bend during the pew tire' ran up or
hurt, as a result of a negro resistingposse 437 miles under adverse down, of the McNamaras in the
last five days and which was appar a which was searching for a Cologne.The "Koelnisehe Zeitung" showed no signs conditionsand As you talk to.some old neighbor, i m destruction of a Los Angeles newspaper -

ently carried on by an organized gang negro who murdered the white over reports that Dietrich Hennijrer, a It is said that the of undue wear, the Tourist Room in town. plant on October 1, 1910, was

of bandits was reached late this afternoon seer of a plantation near here last wealthy business man of Osnabrueck, success that I invention is sucha lot of this evening convicted of murderingV.
a large Vienna is Then hear a gossip bouta
when bank you
two msked
hold-up men night. and sergeant in one of the Westpha- financing it.VON party or a ball, Charles Haggerty, a pressman, and
shot and killed two men and probably 1 lien reserve regiments, has left his such a ones got married, the
As a result of a battle at the negro Hear that penalty as fixed by the jury is
fatally wounded a third as a prelim settlement today a posseman shot and entire fortune of $300,000 to the poor E 1UIICH and the news "bout one and all; life imprisonment.
inary to the robbing of the office oj DEAD; CONQUER. You are sure to get well posted
of his native town. The
killed four negroes, and two othersare philanthropist OR OF UEGE cheers you up when you feel Monday was set for a hearing on a
the Muessel Brewing company. reported to have burned to death was killed in France in September. down, motion for a new trial.

The dead and wounded were em when he set fire to their cabin. When he went to the front he Berlin.- .:-- Mingling, talking with the. people, in The case of David Caplan, an alleged -
ployes of the brewery.The n no E mmicb the eon- the Tourist Room in town.
deposited his last will with ,
a notary. queror of Liege associate of Schmidt, which was
office force was preparing to BUSINESS MUST BE GOOD I at Hanover' has died of arteriosclerosis Now perhaps a game of checkers, or set for January 3, will be continuedon

close the place for the night when the ORDERS MORE DIME SAVINGS News Agency the Overseas of dominoes a few: that date.INTERNATIONAL.

hold-ups appeared. January 1st Fred B. Dale will have BANKS Despite today anaounces. Maybe "high low, jack,, or euchre,

Following the double murder, the the largest suite of offices for his Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the peror William the" admonitions of Em- or whist g game for or two
just pastime, wit LAWYERS DISh
bandits looted says the Not for money, -
the
safe and made
,
lando Bank and Trust or-I
nears agency
business in the city. He has renteda Company, "Gen von Emmich CUSS WORLD WAR
their escape. ordered 250 was regardless there'syfriendsh'vrsocial'
large office which adjoins his present more dime savings of his utterly For friend-
has been the health, declaring that ship? in the Tourist Room i in
so great demand
corner. This will give him a for | a soldier in war Washington, Dec. 30.-Ways and
AN OPINION HAS BEEN RENDERED large private office and a large clients i them. J to thins time had no business town. means for mending the rents and

office. Exclusive handling of peraoaal well big" just to meet rid the acquaint ed, tears in international law caused by

property seems to suit both buyer and kinder sm : g, the world formed
the
12% war theme of
Pound sure
Tallahassee, Fla.-The Florida supreme seller Baby Born In the time theta to follow,
and this method Mr. Dale has j when we've parted and are discussion at today's session of the
court has rendered an opinion I adopted This seems to us a good American Society of International
gone'
that the salt water fish law is constitutional move in the right direction. Mother 27 In. Tall Mebbe wewont get to heaven, maybe Law. Without specifically mention-

inasmuch as it provides for j I 31 Yrs Old we Wl friendshiP wear: a and crown ing Great Britain, particular attention

the collection of an alien' or nonresident i- I j HAS PURCHASED CHOICE BIT ,: BUt there's. _____" -;ft the- Tourist- --.-- -T>.rem.---.....em.. j u._.. was directed to her policy in.the
tax of $10 for taking oystersfrom { OF REAL ESTATE Nearly Orlando .Drr5U-
and
i every Orange f happy father tow!. treatment of neutral commerce since
the public bars of the state. The is 39
"': will years and is the
county resident remember the only four old outbreak of the war.
question arose as to whether the tide i William Lockerby, who recently I IWonders" inches taller wife JOHSST JONES SHOWARRIVES S
of salt midgets in the "Palace of Living This unique tlJan his OWNER: i "What modifications, if any, shouldbe
water fishing would cover oys- came to Orlando from couple
Minneapolis, interest *** mach t made in the law and practice as
tering. By this decision the supreme :Minn., has purchased a most desir of the Johnny Jones Shows be the at the fair ]last fear and will -- now applied by the principal maritime -

court practicaV-" declares an oyster able residence on the Conway road, last year at the Fair Grounds. This this year center of even greater interest J. Jones, o\ftll'r of the JohnnJones y : nations concerning international

a fish. about one-half mile from Orlando. couple Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers, midget baby.on account of the fidgety J. Shows, arrived in Orlando ye slaw, under the conditions of modern

The property consists of two acres of were presented Christmas morning The midgets from New York. interdependence of nations, adequately -

AUSTRALIA NOT BITTER OVERGALLIPOLI ground on Lake Copeland. with a baby boy who weighs two and were lrIal'ried at Philadelphia terdaY --- to safeguard the interests of both

WITHDRAWALMelbourne. three-fourths pounds and bids fair to II the Jones September l2, nil, while . . .. . . . neutrals and belligerents?" was the
OVERLAND AUTO STOLEN be even smaller than his parents. A ShoWs Were official
fiIl ng an engagement sr PARK NEWS + designation of the subject of
.-George Foster Pearce, Caesarian operation proved neces : The at Phiadelphia. 'p BEAD + today's discussion. Under this head,
minister for defense took occasion An Overland car was stolen from members of "
I
sary.A now the *"lter Park News + Harry Judson Pratt, president of Chi
today to deny that the removal of the I T. W. Dryden, who resides east of telegram from Jacksonville wintering theeFonesunds Head
announcing University,
are jUbilant J J" ins** Pe of the Senti- + cago spoke on "Blockade:
Australian and British troops from I Sanford, Wednesday night but so far the visit of the stork has Rogers !be arriTal the f on aa ***** is devoted to + and Continuous Voyage," and GeorgeC.

the Gallipoli peninsula would cause the thief has eluded the police. been received by George S. Marr. general midget immdiatlyrind of. eel A oft tkJ thriving city and + Butte, professor of international
bitter feeling in Australia reduce agent for the J. J. Jones congratulation } + ae*''
or
.
Shows
:\Ir. and happy entsexpected Ori* *"te should keep flaw in the University of Texas, on
the determination of Australians to I TilE WEATHER the message reading: "Baby arrived P every "Contraband and Visit
amuse 6'' Ion ." fairs. at this place. + and Search"All 4
fee the war through. sentiments i I 7. m. Bessie and to and p08t
Similar p. baby doing nice. join the fa Orlando end + ate,* $*.000 boat house +
have been expressed in New For Florida: Generally fair today, ly." show in the For
When b"31 east of the New the readable
veh futon + magazines and
Zealand according to cable dispatches I except rain in northwest portion. The midget mother is 31 years old they r 'Is WlI'I titL ,
I that hundre437Aftfc.afto wage + daily at Curtis & O'Neal'abook
newspapers
by Premier Massey. Light to moderate variable winds. and is 27 inches tall; the husband and want !Jee the little Orlal1do people wi ::5ISf r rFLT -.. + + + + + + + ( and music store. ;

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DAILY "I.IES; 111'1111':"' : I'ICI'I'UUI'S'I'H: fi LIlA 1
It/NIN1I/ ..; AS" KFFKCT1VRADVKUTISIM5.; : ..
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South florl4a Sendaircilul V.Ilullywxd. 'hers cemetery, at Illehmond Wto have wen several big Northern

;..liD............... : 'Jr Jr'lJ. the remains of the late i'npers" Chltato, l'hlhuJolp1tl1t. unit
.. f. CWWi .. ......... - W. HtlllClC ate Interred with the large! "Florida First"advertisements
-
1M"GroM
w others,
c "... t'l/ulitrY"IIIn'/UJl burial place Thlre appearing. in the Issues .
a;,;:-- .. ... WOl.bMscrssrlrtto tut Jarn.5
.... .. .-. 0ItaJI former Monroe and John Tyler, This advertising! Is effective.U .

c..a. ,. 1 l laaal.1.r -.".............I'......Attsa....................... 't.e IJI American Satee. "other/'r1'1"1"lire lie' notable fIt the figures/ United In The will"copy"I lead many prepared investors by the to Thomas Florida.! TOMATO SEED

=Mr1.',: : r..trrrwtll. :,:':::::::::::::::::::: -M ''UIJIlY'NrJod, but beneath whether the presidents green in, Advertising Agency of the is state impartial as a whole.and .

1 TW ..................... nN.u Jurists, or statesmen, none was representative It looks mighty good to us to see
( '' rArUL'AD' p worthier or had a warmer hold upon "The Board of Trade, Orlando, Fla.,"'
AJt(2fO aU(Jr.classes of people than our beloved in capital letters in this advertisement In a few days our new crop of Livingston Globe Tomato Seed will arrh'e.Ve will then
rrstur lI Stagg. Board of Trade
.. ........, costing consider the thijform, of be in a position to offer you Fresh Tomato Seed at a good price. Remember-this one .,
G. Iw ...; sssn ....... but HOO. We
.....!..... .... M 1ma1 a L. .1 jilt .. HUMAN NATURE useful and well placed. fresh.
___ .. .._........ ... laW Tw.dIU....I VS. COLLECTIONS. advertising is thing, we burn our old seed as soon as we receive the
w .: w ,hwab[ : Human
r.f eaa..t nature is a funny proposi- CHECKS
.A" WE GIVE TRADING
Mt4t1
U4 *fl b. tion.
Hundreds of people Grocery Co.
a.tW .r' stopped Forage
wriee ne ad..r work to watch
...... a.atj tM o&aI I Ia wrldqtN I&.m.. trick a red-wigged bicycle WIIOLES.LE"D: RETAIL I
If apnt+oL .tb performer go through his
..b.er e.wr. gyrations "

..r...t..4:iI.._..._a&](M..u..t.P...r.N.r- _rad..r.......I............ sanUDA been jesterday.amused for After some the twenty crowd min-had --

otes 15 Ibs. Granulated Sugar _____1.00
1'. DECEMBER 3U 191$. the professor announced that he City Drug Store
was about to take a collection. "Oh, 24 Ibs. Pillsburg Flour _nn__ 1.00

well, he's just one of those trick fel- Flour ________ .90
24 Ibs. Pastry n So
After today rOD write it 1916. 'len," was a thought; running through J. L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
---o-- !e!rOTes of brains as their feet walked 3 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes ------- .2;;

By tM way, what has happened I them away. 1 doz. cans No. 2 Tomatoes __n .95

to Iluerta-' --.- CUT-OUTS-------v- :3 Cans ti o. 2 Corn ___nUu_ .25

'I few farori! and another happy AT 2 A. M.t.It I dot cans! Corn __u___un-- 95

New Teat facet you! some of these night hawk don't :, I Cam t'eas ____--___=-nuu -25
--{}--- flap t running In the parly morn With
__
.Ini
9 hiss t4 w"t11 about( Iw14a thefts t1W1uhtIJ 1 dos&, cans Peas ==-=-==-=-=-=-=-c =
n|) tt r.t4, C. 1,. WfJ xli of tiilUsa Wteevlte very h ju=e \Ve'tetoh/t> |* to tf'ftUtl'-lI II rakes Ivory HOH| ; ;=-c==-c_==-=- ..25rt Mr. H. II. M'tlf'h 111"I" :>tlft i J SALE!
If' nt tiJ ft ,l Ivei' sad taaeA the ItllItJrtJe t'tJftHftlii"itJfHsri: !, the po: eake4! Fete: Naptha Soap ----=-c .35::) riaiting! her daughter, Mrs (lea II. FOR
:sue flee, i*h"' frf! and A few: others and I": Cream ,4S tII kVjuant. in Tampa returned to Or I My residence! earner north Orange itlPfid! floor, Lot, lit feet rent mOrange
Par i.I tot I OM perfectly 1904 tORt the law er get !shat Ont, !some: 13: Can Van Camp's === i amta ftllttlHlil! afternoon, !and ItoMnson! avenues, containing avenue (if@Yldii attractively
ctJri.tfJ HU, a fare fate with timer prefers death 'Qmpllf@tI i to that pVga Pan Cake Hour ===.== .25 Ldhrary, H Room l>,n, g{!wing arranged and sprayed by under
wbiyktrs i ii.tult ditpldatbd ln4ItA, Room, Pining Room Kitchen ground ay9tenti
nerve f"fkiflIW, e>!ECrueiating, religion l 4 pkgs, Cam Flakes _?_..?? ,25 I'antry Grocery Room Lavatory, all Large garage and log cabin play'
tfo4 a yellow ir4 pink neektle 'romAll" : kfling sensation\ of being murderous! i ESTATE first floor, with bath( and A sleep( house, etc, Will sell furnished or unfurnished >
on
Butter .75 rilE FLORIDA REAL
Mary, :2: !the, Pure Creamery == ,
Jy aroused from sleep by a :3 ft, m, ing Apartment with eleven windows
4 joy rider, Bulk Coffee .15 and seven closets and storage room on 1t.1.1m
1 lb. Pure -----=-- CO.
INVESTMENT
The city fathers are worrying-. _ o ____.__. & P. DOW
Canned!
of
carload
Just received 1CHARLES
they can't stretch the $5,500 publicity UNIVERSAL WEEKOF
Ux budget: into 155,000. Therefore, PRAYER. Goods to sell in case lots at Special : I have moved their office to the

we'd advise them to quit worryingand Sunday, January 2, to Saturday Prices.Spirella. \ -Benedict Residence, 114 East
spend: the money, January 8, inclusive, will be observedas
-- -- to
-A- - I Central Avenue and hope
a universal week ot prayer Dy '
Famous re-treats; Roosevelt thank. evangelical churches throughout the I meet our clients and many new "Why Not"Send
Ing Gary for that dinner; that Christmas world. This is the sixty-ninth year \one to get acquainted with us

box of cigars which you couldn't that the custom has been observed, and our methods of doing busi
burn; and Bryan thanking H. F. for 'under the auspices of the World's Corsets ness. We buy and sell Real a box of assorted Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines -

his invitation.are also famous Osteopaths re-treatera.o and politicians Evangelical Alliance. (Not sold in stores) I Estate and Mortgages, loan to your friends at homo?

-- o will to Wear a Corset made to fit you. money on good securities and 10 pounds ._____._________________?-----------$1.35
lion. L.
C. Massey speak
And the Flood of Floating Ford the Mtn'a Open Forum next week on Ask for a demonstration.Send to I advance money to parties intending 20 pounds .............................._____$2,00
Floundered upon the deep blue for postcard build homes
"What Constitutes> a Good and Desirable to on easy Prepaid.
all Forty days. Then the ark rested and Clt1 (lo." Words wou'10' Mrs. Van Buskirk ,terms, Hank Guaranteo for our .A Express
25
cent
gallon gasoline evaporated superfluous, AH Mr. Massey has to transaction,
Cornetlcre
And Henry dttided
Detroit
I do It to stand have name one An.
wu H good up Mngnollii\ Ave. Orlando | JIRNIIY IiI NI':111CT: PUBS.
rttty town to live In. SOS I
him and fi
his At
n flounce subject point Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
then .It down.TOO .
The Roller. U suffering from A boll.
Jltlirlum I In NUtferlnif, from Kultur. -0 200 S. Orange Ave. Phone 160
Not knowing until how that the Kit I. LATE TO CLASSIFY Grove for Sale! l lso
Mr was afflicted! with "Job1 ailment -
hUtotlans I FOR 8ALK;-Ford touring lull
cart
decide
that
started the may a boll model, In good condition. Cnn be nero Lakesite, 35 acres In Grove; 2200 fine bearing
war. seen at 307 Noih Main street J. H:. budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
-0- Stupey. 12-31'dSt.wlt':;

cents Tampa per raven ration.because And paioline for several Is 22 FOR SALE:-At-n bargain, seven town.House, Barns, Outbuildings. Yancey Meat Market, Inc.FULLY .

days John D. room cottage, electric I lights and SALE
Rockefeller has been for
bath. Also a new four room bungalow Big SACRIFICE QUICK PAID UP
mulcting 25: cents per gallon from $100 cash, balance as rent, at
rlandoites.! Do we complain? No, (5 per cent interest.: Sec owner. L. D. EXCLUSIVE SALE T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.
the government is investigating the Jennieon, 10 West Concord avenue. ORLANDO FLORIDA

trust.are chapped.Don't make us laugh, our lips 12-31-6tc Orlando Real Estate Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
FOR QUICK SALE'-Two acre young
-0-- fruit grow, just north city water E. B. BRADLEY Florida and Western Meats
\V6 hope the auto lines will meet works, near Orlando-Winter Park 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501
with brick highway, small house, good Vegetables, Game, Etc.
tremendous Poultry
success. About 250 fence, trees in fine condition, beginning Oysters, Fish, ,
people are transported to and from to wear worth $1,500; for quick Attention to Hotel' and Out of Town Orders
Orlando every day. Get the people sale will take l,3oO; only $:!;)O cash; II 1 11I1 ;. Special
here from I splendid investment. Address "Owner .11 II111111 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 II 1 1 III 1 I 1 1 1 II 1 1111I111 1 / Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
neighboring towns and PHONES Church St.
Avc. and
Cor. Orange .
Box 465, city. t \ Residence 133
they will leave for local
money mer
chants. Everybody should boost the risthlas Cards and Booklets -
auto lines. NEW YEAR MENU: EMPIRE CAFE

----0- 12 to 2:30: p. In.75c. .

Coxey, leader of "Coxey's" army in Dinner 75c. Exquisite selectionfrom( Ic. up). Also Souvenirs, Dr. Henry G. Hanchett
1894, has kept pace with the times. Novelties Stationery,
Novelties, Toys, Japanese ,
From a leader of unemployed he has 167 America Street
become leader of employed, being nowa Canape of Sardines and Magazines.

Ohio.wealthy lie manufacturer is a candidate at for Massilon U. S., Consomme Mixed Pickles Desclignac Queen or Cream Olives of DrlenJam & HI'II 22 W. Church St. A CLASS will PRIVATE study the PIANO Structure AND and ORGAN Meaning INSTRUCTION of Music by a Course of

senator from Ohio. We hope thatJ. Tomato with Whipped Cream f I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT BEETHOVEN HEADINGS
S. Coxey and P. G. Wall of Tampa Hearts of Celery f :

year.will be congenial at the capital next Fillet of Bass Potatoes Duchess Oyster Sauce .. " " " , , , , , , , .-. Lecture Compositions.Recitals, Each Illustrated by a Beethoven Sonata and other

-10.---- Corn Dread Fee for the Course $10.00

SOME; RI'OHTIXCJ; Lollops of Veal en Croustade Introductory tterltal. free to all on Wednesday January &, at to a* til.
NEW lEAIt'H RESOLUTIONS.' Apple purrs Golden Sauce PURE FOOD STORE
"Never again wilt 1 build $100 Prime Ribs of Western Reef Au Jus
"bleachers so close to Huffy Lei and Whipped Potatoes Iteets Ahglolse: Not Talk
GroceriesCHRISTMAS Newspaper
Harry .ltn"per.M-William F. Ultket.tJ'h..t I Stuffed Native Turkey
tit the .i'hlllM. Cranberry. flaure
"I'll fight M! tirtfH ft* t trttt Kl t'tUullt'.t.l Fht..h F:>.Hifh 'teas! lit I'AsesFeehled HINTSj tint actual figure\ to t jir> >it@! \that \\.@! lisle! \tttta year enjoyed by far
( ItI.t' t lite Irtftfpol, holiday tlhlt'tt have ever! hail \In\\ Orlando We! are
fit: ),!HI'-') "Hit tfttt t-t1""IIl'
my hih0| | -
Almonds 1I1'tn lIrtm old and' eu tomllfl'ftOlt*'* shall renew our
new
hliN-JM\Villnnl.. tr..ul"Ittlt. ItAhtn\*, CocteauVnlnute, l tlmiiKful to both (our
uNit llt'lll' i l 1..rt. littll 1..1tif\1t' IIIP t UtN>ti A|IttII',|, kleiinyda. IV {('itiwn Orange, i'wl II Imnn I l l'wl? GliMer 1ti\1tlnli.! lIurnts\\te t effort to ilooorv@ a constantly! InereaMnu tni in@M In Hooks, Office

((inp--::Jlttlltl"l A, (CIilnUHI', hllnco PI I Extracts\ Ilurnptt'a\ CaKe Coloring, Sitppli@a! Stationery and MuMeal (floods
Twit! 'ntt'' irIS '.... The Ahnt@ Ar All Tre-h I Stock
>
"I'm i+Ifs (M' "Mol Willl jMttn."n, \ W. BRANCH
-ptaurica MI1JfHHhljrl 'ISnnt.1 ('aka (UtI\Ajatt\ Csk,, No 8 W Church St ,
liNn mnrlS fMMiMl\ team t like 1915" lien J T..aat : Phone 203 THE ARCADE; HOOK AND MUHIG 8TtRR

-Yale, -.- -

Fred tlt'jfttltlll WeUh.t n.ii\f\l1-1)r nothinlr- MMMtMMIf ItttMHMMHHappy . . . . .. . . . . . ...tt; .

11ftTIUOTIHM: --u-() I :; Bargains in Used Cas

OF WU llN. InvestmentsMunicipal A New YearStart Paged
A tour of some of the big centers Rambler 5-Passenger Touring Car, Newly ; In

of activity In London would tell the and Industrial Bond Good Shape.
part of women in the war, even more Mortgages on Improved Property the New Year by giving us your feed account . Ford Roadster-1916
plainly than the.devotion of nursing
feedsof Enough Said.
RELIABLE
and have the satisfaction of getting
sisters who give their services to win. I
ning back to health the wounded or 8% High Quality whether you call for them in person, or : Painting Repairing
sick men from the fighting line. Qutie 5-Passenger Buick, Newly Painted and Overhauled.
out of the limelight there are many send for them. "Quality First" is our slogan.
Interest Investments
cores night and of thousands day on! of tasks women for toiling which of Unquestioned on Security :
CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
their lives would be quite unsuited
but for an unquenchable) desire to do Chas. P. DowThe e [The Co-Opertive Produce Co.

something. for their country. They
had to be shown how their work Peoples National Bank t W. De\Vltt.Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

could be utilized, but when once the
'I 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. HONE 221'Hi
call reached them a ready and unfafl.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS ITEMS FROM TAFT ness always are to be found and en 30, at 1:30 ;::* 11111111118111111111C4MfRAS


ROBINSON & BEARDALL large Taft, Fla.. Dec. 29.-A second joyed.C.. II.. Nelson was spending his hard Everybody Rev. W. E. Murphy uau god t
of
meeting the
"boosters"
was Port Tampa are greeting for
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW held last Wednesday and a name for earned wealth in Orlando Thursday. breathing the pure ozone of Tali

the organization was chosen as the i Fortunately he rode home in an auto.
few ) II
No. 4 West Pine Sreet a days. & II(wstore AND SUPPLIES
"Taft Chamber of Commerce. Committees The Christmas exercises held at the Mr. S. Rizk is moving into open

Phone 161 were appointed to frame by I school house Christmas eve were a this week when heries, drywith :
laws, fees, etc., and several '
ringing: perfect. gratifying stupendous sue- a full line of *
speeches were made which were received j cess. The recitations singing marching goods, etc.Civic .
with much enthusiasm. It was in di_.cult evolutions by the children
Ansco
DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW proposed by some to change our name were excellent, which might be E\"ASGELlSTS.S sooI4 Cameras $2 to $25

of Taft to some other name' which equaled by few but excelled by none. OPENS

proposition was promptly squelched We boldly challenge an equal number School irf Civic Hawkeye $2 and $3
whereupon the Chicago The first
following
poem was of grown people to go through/ a program countrT. was
Phone 72 composed and read by Mr. Walter Evangelism in this
similar for two hours, and not IlI tltute
Biblehere
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- Schucht whose motto is "Civilization make a single break as our "kiddies"did. opened at the Moody bs sttend.
Davis & McNeill Block begins and ends with the plow." I will wager that the "kids" today with over arriving.8,000. OD every Films for all Cameras I
ft' I would have them beaten to a "(raz- once, and more to, lfiCllion
Why change my name? What have train. The school. will be and Kodaks
I done to you, zle. Prof. Didder in entitled! to, and
That you don't wan to say' Taft any I Ii.i nccordod grout praise for his suecensful until Friday night. the of wj
The
more? purpose
training. We to
Victor Starbuck I have :you sheltered, fed, and housed, I Rain him as teacher for propone life. After re match the union of !nfar"
-
as you vival efforts with a union WE DO DEVELOPING
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Came down to live with me here by I the exercises, the audience were invited confer and apply
ers in an effort to
the score. into another
room where we whl h the
Phone 161 I I'm not ashamed of that which I have beheld a tree and platform loaded effectively methods by at the
church
done. awakened zeal of the
No. 6V.. Pine St. Urland. Fla In my old young stand childhood; on this good the with great gifts,delight which were of the distributed young children to dose' of revivals may social be used justice.to Promote and -

It's you Lord knows, it's you alone and the old children (for mem- civic reforms
And now you give me no glad hand!! ories made us all children wise philanthropy.
again)
Hurrah for Taft. Taft here and there Evangelists reformers and pastors LUCERNE PHARMACY
Progressive Taft, now everywhere. been After stripped the tree a and general surroundings distributionof had .have increasingly felt that the energy

R. RAY WHITE Why change my name? Are you so apples oranges nuts and candies'generated by great union meetingshas without
very small was made when the crowd dispersed' been allowed to dissipate PHONE 2. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
That
you don't want to say Taft any to the redemp
ATTORNEY-AT LAW made up fame? to their homes, well pleased with an 4 contributing anything
That you can't manage to live with, I evening delightfully spent. We came '1 tion of community organizations-for J When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug Store.
Room 44 me at all? instance after Billy Sunday leaves I
near forgetting our choir, who with
Without should be used
to change my sturdy famous city the tabernacle
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. name? Miss Mae Hartmyer presiding at the any for follow meetings by the local
let and hustle leave ,organ very e.ciently several up
up now me sang
alone. appropriate selections which werec evangelists. 'MMIIMI .eHMMM* . . . . .
And work the soil, which alt James M. dean of the Moody
belongs Gray,
rendered nicely and Mrs bitter 1111111111111-1'-1'- 111111111-1111111111-
to you very ; welcomed the delegates . '

Worthington Blackman Bible Institute! ,
Put snap and ginger In your very who so ably assisted the Professor'! by
bone, arranging/ costuming'! and sending! in this morning.
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW And first of all,
"paddle your own the different classes'! and groups at the --- =-- --

Phone 617 Hurrah eft for hot'Tuft. Taft here and there, proper time. Like "!:JIg Dill," every , inn? START THE NEW
Progressive!! Taft now everywhere. thing wan grand. III R I I Ih
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowl+11-Duck Nearly everybody and their "cou. I m :
Why change my name? Plettue do (Fins and their aunts" took in a full "' YEAR RIGHTBy
worth '
mWI
Bulldlnjf. new change yourself, ii'
meal at the Mg, dinner at the Nelson
And "
work and hUltll''fry day and !! aL
'X1..6.tlean IIftlhl.."u- "," .1.1..,,"',._........, .v."... ,,,,"YU.....Ii". ',0."n,'
up; your (town and house And) learned an ')'ttt. whether! the cJftrtyUl UW
Phone 72 garden Mf, have been railed, : trading at the only
And show the world. that Taft I U very << or net exclusive
alrIght I Mm. Almlra Hill and' Mr*. Adril INCOftIK INVIITMItNTH '
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Forget the troubles, stand now all RI Franklin were guests of Mrs, Heller\ YIKUUmi AOCARANTItltD : Cigar Store in
(lennU for fhrlitmai
won en dinner. :
And' for a bigger, better town. NUT I"COMac.
and Counsellor; at Caw |t.t't |peace ,prevail, and show now what Mr. nml Mrs, C, J, lloldorf, nf Win. nUILIU.N OATKUIAI.H.| II: Orlando
you ran ter I'ark spent| Christmas with Mrs
w Arid Tuft will rnrfjr off the golden lloldorf'i pnrrtiti, Mr. and) Mrs, R, fl, We sell .ttttl lali 'la l-alld a I :
Drttl t & McNeil Hid* Crown tlowtnntt, 4th | ... and tit all
tMl
street 4
far Fort, hart "hits and there, nti IHH your :
OltLANOO IiiAI I Itllttflh Taft how e,tryi,her Our rnloreil people, and flrhnol alaa tttalertala' hlllll DM 'ilrtH tbd (

_H ___ _ ___ _ _ had t'lirlatrnm! Mtrrl'M! nhil it lied! uu HI.. hlabltaraaals.' :
\Shjr rhRtttrif m>.iiaHie! Y l>l'n huhl+ hit CliHsihuis( Motif, Hint with htlIrtllMtHi :
ii ij i.M4 44111IH 1 lANyANIItt4filIIA1i AND BAD
CIGAR STORE
I I I GOOD
Dr F F Thott1ptloUD /iHLittlNtte\I Itllil hot tin it luttti t i '''! sltt lH f. t tf..| passed! Hit ttrjrrhtlillnMjri M ht111Nl4tlhV! :
Ltlr8 ,sate tLjtWti ,lib UUf hflWt J Otlr) rblHrtti l ft-tiHbl, UHtletfflrihrigtHitttl .
Ullli\ Iht!< i t Hf MJM..i khVMt: U t. ililffgilFOR I, ill , Ofaiiye Ali nut Id f. II. t\'ftUM'
nU i Ite "Itltf' l JH I ( I |III
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\1'14, ,It114 j\-HHhll VHY ably) HHti this! | And tt MF!< flAW, .ttltt-n Tnfl l lAnil U ItFHtfHt; ftltiitlly: IMIt fit HUF I
yl''HFHtFFIY' ef' Niw Yeri ." t tI"iii4, MHfWi t, arhHirl4 fiF@ A Nn1 I fiR,1, mm ef M Fnwy i iz
llffBOUTIIOIIANflHOver () 1 'MMHrtlH}' '* +l FIMCi! Wflfep !11 lH 18 'utllftl Ilft.itI Rt... ) IHFittli thFFRINFHthAnal ; SALE! iI ttttttt..tt.ttttt.tt.tt..tttt..t..tttt
i iYlFeHFHrtpiend4! t :, HHf (rum thtt I IIN flflvr1ntttisof
Then )I : ,, VRH WIll }18mMf ; :
i
QHrtfo ()'NtAI'@ } iFhHAj N flf THffi t'lnFhl hf Thin ===
-- TA "hll rA THhAunrh1 I'FaY ('iAs thjt* t f ftA President pf the PnHJII>|
time' will pome.Bo #St tatea! Two lots !
frpm
t'IAril'' fronting
Instead
pf Ahiq.
h4rr>>h fAr Tact, Tftft fare tins whew! ORLANDO ROOFING
tnere
progressive Taft IS everywhere, Mr. J. 0. Cpllin haa purchased the on Colonial Drive ANt

Great applause followed the delivery bakery building adjoining his present East Park ,
location the dud
of the poem. on north, on Palm ave! SHEET METAL CO
nue. A very desirable acquisition.Mr. .
Miss Isabella Harris, granddaughter Walter Schucht and wife went Lake, Bearing orange
of Mrs. John Hill, left on the A.
DR. L H. RAMSDEU to
Sanford
Friday to spend Christmaswith
OPTOMETRIST Jacksonivlle.C. L. on Friday for her home in friends. trees, large Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

ORLANDO . She has gained many The L. A. S. will meet
FLORIDA on Thursday
friends while staying here who regret live oaks. Corner and Rubber Roofings
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FIT ----
GLASSES. GRIND LENS her leaving especially the school children -

AND DO ALL, KINDS OF with whom she has been asso- lot $800. Inside lot Cornices, Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, M'tal Ceilings
OPTlCAf RKPAIHTTfOSURVEYING ciated. The whole school marched WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGH-

with the teacher to the depot to bid TERS, SWEETHEARTS $700. Phone 567, ORLANDO
her Works: 14 E. Church St. -
good-bye and wish her a safe
journey. The parting was very affecting CHRISTMAS IS or inquire JOS Hill-
tears rolling down the cheeksof -
several of her schoolmates. After COMING crest Avenue. --- .
Plating and Sub-Dividing the train left, the school marched to MOTHERS OF BABIES PLEASE
the stores and various places and Buy the "Men" a Box of Howard's Studio on the Avenue, Phone 5 for
PROMPT AND ACCURATE sang several songs and were reward. Oakland Six $75 F.:O.: B. Orlando. ,wishes to thank you very kindly for

WORK I ed with candies nuts apples and oranges NEW SOUTHCigars II Ij j I for responding babies for so generously the fair exhibit.to the You call FISH AND OYSTERS

by the proprietors the school I have done fine. You have ioaded the
HAL A. IRISHCivil I board and others who are all proudof I studio up so that it will take untilthe Fresh Every Day
1 week after Christmas to get
Engineer our school. 1J ready for more. Please do not bring
Mr. W. II. Phillips of Middle Point 1i rour babies for the fair until the FHE WALDECKER FISH CO.
O. where he has been spending the i Wednesday after Christmas and then
47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando Fla. summer arrived in town Thursday ire will be glad to run the free proposition I I 39 West Church Street I
for a short time longer. Due 111
evening on the fast (!) A. C. L. train 11 "Oakland cars are sold everywhere. lotice will be given.
about five hours late. The cold weather

F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER drove him to the happy land of A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn :.:. . . . . .
Florida where sunshine and happi a Good Humor For 1916. .


and CONTRACTORPhone 37 THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE TAKE DUE NOTICE \



SPRINGS FLORIDA Read This Carefully
L. Percival Hutton NOW OPEN And e '

87 Liberty st., New York, N.Y Ue sure and take the delightful! 10 mile auto ride from Orlando,
and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida. Delightful! hotel
with All
ARCHITECT very modern Improvement 600 feet of broad plaitoi, overlooking We have as fine Nursery Trees as can be found. ,
two lovely lake, and over 40 acres In beautiful! nark*. Golf ;
McNeill-Davia Building, Orlando toque, Howling on the green, billiard and Pool! lull. Howling: Alleys Tennis the leading varieties of the Orange and Grapefruit.
hosts, Orange drove, all free to our gue.ti. Finest and of '
fishing
Florida. shooting The Altamonte U noted for It. magnificent location de They have been examined by the State Inspector
lightful: patronage and social! life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of clean and clear of
Member F. A. A. cuisine and service, and purest water In the south. I Nursery Stock and pronounced

(3EO. K. HATES A FOX, Owner and Proprleters. all diseases, and no sign of White Fly. We sell at "

the very lowest prices and give a written guarantee

S.SJonelChiropractor i against Citrus Canker For particulars let us hear 1

from you today :

The Longwood Hotel

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Graduate l bf Davenport, la,, Cul Open under new management, Bbedul l l attention NURSERIES
l tell given to nuts) ttnHte i SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS j

fJp@@l ll9on Nervous ana week Itfttl8'month.gMO() bud UP' Amfleftfll> Bpedal l fat9 Ly the

Chronic: Dilebeeh or INCORPORATED {

-==== IJO@ t@d at& Lengwoed fla, th@ town of! J opportunity,

D. A. MIDLCr( 61gr OCOEE FLORIDA
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l.. bouillon Fresh for pack sale Cohoon's.t all ]I Dott<*"* dam irro. vNOTES FROM WINDERMERE and recitations were full of the theme I for the holidays. We are glad : -

t eers. Cohoon Packing Cj'z\! ..lrnocii Windermere, -Fla., Dec. 29.-The c rtmal the spirit careful and training were a of great theteac0& I to All see who them.attended the I Lucerne Theatre Wednesday Night Ian. 5 51

i, ....: Sunday school children gave a very Q In a few well chosen dance in Geneva Christmas ,
report a grand time
Fla.Will enjoyable
Christmas entertainment at words Mr. Hwtable explained the "as usual." RDWLANDBr '
} Sacrifice the club house Christmas eve. wonderful event we were celebrate &FFa 'PL9S9LL & flOlES 3fX&SUCCESSFUL
Mr. and Mrs. the close of the exercises a Mr. and Mrs.\ R. R. Roberts were
Clarence ing. At I Rf"W
and Brigham Santa Claus the guests of Mrs. E. L. g'gJSi
10,000 I I Mrs. Krlnham'a mother, Mrs. vert jolly old appeared I Brown Sun
Jennie merriment the -
Scott returned from Orlando creating much among day.J. I '
last Monday and are again occupying children. Messrs. Conoly and Crawford F. McClelland and family, of i Co ]PANYc5@

GUARANTEED TREES[ Improved their cottage.In health.Mr. Drlgham Is much child distributed and pupil the received gifts candy and each and I I guests Sanford of, spent E. L. Brown.Christmas here, the I I

Mrs. It. K. Fowler, of kesl U other gifts and judging I
Winter Gar- nuts, < ', Quite a number from here attended
All True To Name den, entertained at luncheon at Ross- from the> smiling laces all were hap. the entertainment in Chuluota Friday
5 to 7 foot trees more Inn last Thursday for Mrs. R. t py add tohUnted.Mri and must U
evening say was one of
50c EACH iiyrd, of Winter tiarden, and Miss W. J' Con0''? has for holiday lest we have ever seen In Chu-
Evelyn llyrd of Costa )ilea.! gue U nef sister, Miss!! Wieiehbakef, luota.
All leading Varieties budded on Mr. Henry Keller and wife of and t brother ,
fetid grapefruit root IftMB Wauieon, arrived itt M, 8. Overstreet ahd W J. ,
Wihdefmere
sour
Week l last!! Mt''Ilfj tor "sale" ttl Mfp, H* JM's! l 161 l Nl
known etock1Conway hlid are w \ytrin| ) their Cottage Coholt.hire ifleorporated and bt- Oflthlt: a tl'hU", Iltkt'tl l.t'Bhi! hl ;4iht1
t uti Duller avenue fur the winter! talhed I Barter! nuef InS laws ftf I I tJ't'lurh paturtl n l'ftJI"ft''l' ,duuchl

Nursery Mr. ami Mf& I H). A, KejrM and Mr. the !state t *hMJ perffllt them to t>": I tHtI lulls\ !), ht hot 1f tIlt'UIti o'rlut'k1ij amI/ salad I ,. pupcf{$ I ,
debts 'hItRly I
0 I
W, !
HtFtri: i1 ef t the W)'oniiOp, In Or we i 111 ill Mils ef basineM! enter= I II tllhllpf ijfH1fu". #\II\ ccntri\ Ofltlf'
It. T..tEElj. I 11111110, piaht", I Ibt l'thMy ftt JhHiiimof@ |JlfiiS=-MVil' @lores t !, caw mill, crate I lateen fUf mrt"Mnnrti"P, cabs or hips!.
Orlando It It 1,1 I Inn flatting. I I reel estate! Im,1 culnnieatirnt i I : I
factory, _. ___ .. I
111,... H.. .fL I.lIn'.... In :__. < H( 1. t1A5teOlandax .
? iiM'ft>n HI fl"O"'ftlll \ ItQwft 1 \ Ufgt trarF4 H1IHPTFlut '11hUll1 I Y1'Tl\ .
/ i 1 M HOTEL For SALE flrsin\, and Mr and\ Mrs, Harry W. three miles !*> Conway which I I A e /a1N kUi
Mttxh of Jlarrisburg, Pa., dined at is only ajtjng for settlers to be developed .
i Or RENT i Ross< mo re Inn last Sunday, motoring into a. smiling landscape of -
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Furnished, Situated on one
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r of the most beautiful lakes in Gotha, spent Christmas with Mr. and Miss Margaret Hill has returned \ DELIGHTBRILLIANTLY
State, 7 miles long, 5 wide. Ho. Mrt. Wm. G. Geier. I from her Western trip safe and 'su.tay) u u.o.,.
tel has fine patronage. Plentyof Mrt
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entertained at sound. A7J1RED CHORUS
oranges, grapefruit and tan. I "Oakland cars are sold everywhere"FOR
dinner at Rossmore
Inn on Christmas The people of this community were i
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( Good fishing and hunting. Mr..1. C. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. I of James B. Magruder, Jr. He was :Prices, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50Seats
Possession given at once. For
f Luff Mr. E. E. Palmer, :Mr. W. C. always' so genial and friendly, every SALETO
Sentinel particulars office.address HOTEL, Palmer, and Mr II. R. Vaughn. one liked him. now selling at McElroy's Phcy., Phone 20
r Among those entertaining at din- SETTLE AN ESTATE

ner at Rossmore Inn on Christmas CURRIEVILLE NOTES Beautiful Stone Residence, con-
JONES GOES JUST THE SAME, day were Mr. and :Mrs. F. W. Stanley, sisting of 6 Rooms Bath, Sleeping
AND THEN SOME of Orlando with a party of friends, Currie\ille, Fla, Dec. 29.-Last j Porch, Stable-Garage, Chicken OaklandElectric
consisting of :Mr and Mrs. McKay, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 aery Yard, and about 60 fruit trees,
f West Bound-Read Downa. and Miss Eainer; Mrs. L. B. Foss, of quiet wedding was that solemnized II mostly all in bearing. Lot 150x
.in. a.in p.m Orlando, whose guests were Mr. and when Miss Elizabeth Lane became j 200. blocks Lake
, Orlando _______ 6:30 10:15 3:00 Only \Vz from
Ocoee _________ 7:30 11:15 4:00 Mrs. H. L Haight, of Lansing, Mich., the wife of Mr. George Turner. The'j Lucerne. Quiet ideal location.
Winter Garden _. 7:45 11:30 4:15 and Mrs. Putnam of Houstan, Me.; bride was the youngest daughter of I III i Inquire at 113 Ernestine St., or Lights, Starter, everything -
t Oakland _______ 8:00 4:30 Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Jones of Ithaca, J. M. Lane was becomingly dressed : W. II. PALMER, Adm'r,

:; Orlando East____Bound____ 9:30-Head 1:30 Up 6:00+I N. Y., entertaining. and Mrs. II. II in navy blue French serge. The ceremony 3 West Pine St. completeCost
& Ocoee ____uuu 8:30 12:30 5:00 iT. Brigham and Miss Margaret Buckley i was performed by Rev. Hope j
Winter Garden _. 8:15 12:15 4:45 ,of Oveido. Only a few friends were ,
t_ Oakland ___ ___ 8:00 4:30 I I
t( Orlando to- Fare Straight Round CONWAY NEWS day present.for Sanford The happy, where couple they left expect Fri- i| DR. J. M. MASTERS $1750.00 Run 4000 miles

Ocoee -______ -___55c. $1.00 I to make their future home. I
Winter Garden _____65c. 1.20 I Conway, Fla, Dec. 29.-One of the Messrs. E. W. Brown, of Leslie,
Oakland --______-__75c. 1.40 best entertainments Ameri'us.I I GRAND VIEW SANITARIUM
. I ever given in Ga. and W. A. Brown of '
Children under 12, half fare.
f Will pick you up anywhere on the i Conway was that by the school' chil- ;are here on an extended visit. Theyare Will sell $7OO
road for 5 cents a mile. We buy I dren on Christmas eve, the 24th at j I the guests of E. L Brown. Port Orange, Florida
. anything and everything and do all'!the Baptist church. The meeting was j S. P. Smith made a business tripto
kinds of for We have
messages you. presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Hux- Jacksonville
fine cars and will make extra trip i i last week. From
after the show for 5 or more fares.A table, who prepared the tree and ar-i:there he went to Engsland, Ga., on Devoted to treatment, Nose,
charge of 10 cents for suit cases ranged for the appearance of Santa i a short visit. to his brother. J. B.
and other large bundles Claus at the proper moment. Every- (.Smith. % Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor
Boost the Bus! It is better than
the street car.MORTON thing was conducted with a quiet dig. I Messrs. R. E. Brown Joe Smith, scientific and successful Cook Automobile C9.
n. JONES & SONS. ]nity very gratifying to the large and S. L. Brown who have been
Phone 586. audience in attendance. The songs ..working in oranges all winter, are treatment.

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leg mount casters it will not scrach floors nor tear rugs.
You know our reputation for genuine furniture values. See this bed! Then
The maktr stands behind our endorsement We are determined to you will realize why we endorse it. The finish, superior to any that ran

on this bd. Our price I I is only 16.95. be put on old style iron beds, approximates perfection and is glass-like 'In

t mare the last few days Its!: smoothness.Simmonsmade.

of cold-rolled bur- Ing the now steel-wheel, leg mount
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We are making special low prices on all our line of blue A

beautiful Ready-to-Wear. All the late models. Prices too Patterns that will satisfy your particular l gings in silks, You can't make any mistake in buying lace Boots at
silk mixtures, madras and percales. As fast as their colors this time; they are always the best fitters and at present
numerous to.mention. If you want a Dress come and j;
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WOOL NAl BLANKETS, full size, heavy weight, white, gray, tan, $1.69 quality .$1.19 duded In this sale !
WOOL NAl BLANKETS, large double bed size, white, and tan, $2.00
LIP gray quaUty.$1.49 $100 VALVES ........... ......... .. .. ... .... .. .. ...HALF' nICE SALE GO a
't'OOI. NA1) BLANKETS, beautiful I pan I I colors I and fancy plaids I $4.00 quality..$2.98 n:50: VALUES ......Of ..... ... .. .... .. ... ... .. ... .. .HAI4J. PRICE SALE ::75 0I'
BEAUTIFUL ALL WOOL BLANKETS, large size, heavy weight, as.'tt, colors .2.00 VAI.U.S: .............. ....... .. .. .. ... ...... MALI'' I'IUCE SALE 1.00
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$175 COl\U'ORTS, covered with l1kollne ............................. $139 '3.50 VALUES VALUES........................................lrALII'RICE SALE $2..1)0$1.73
$...5 COMFORTS, 8llkollne top, white cotton ............ ..... ............... $1.69 18.00$5.00 VALVES ..,Of..'".. .. .. .. ... ...... .. .. ...HALF PRICE SALE $3.00
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$5.50 COMFORTS, Bilk top ................. ........................... ....$3.98 $$1000 IZ:00: VALVES ......................................lfALF PRICE SALE $6.00$5.00 !'
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Winter Park News ances.yesterday ing business W tho L.Underwood Scott and in Winter.renewing-of DeLand typewriter Park old,pushing represent acquaint-, ,pent his MoijoWfLLWHOLESALE\ GROCER[





Mr. and }fr.. Varnado and Mr. and

Ot Items Mrs. Ulmer and children, of Valdosta,
Dally Budget ConcerningThe Price List
Ga., are visiting M. M. Smith at Win-

Town Aid Rollins ter Park, driving through in an auto-
College mobile. Capitola Flour (Best Patent) Manhattan Corn No. 2's, per doz 1.25 Dove Brand Bacon 1-lb. cartons

24-lb. bag _nnu__________$ .95 Richland Corn, No. 2's, per doz. 1.17 Sliced _____________________ .35
Lee Schultz, of Jacksonville, Cream of South, 24-lb. bag____ .90 Snowdrift Corn No. 2's, per doz. 1.10 Smoked Bacon, 12 to 14-lb. av.. .19

M.OOO BOAT HOUSE HOTEL FOR NEW IN HONOR OF CLOVERLEAF ,[stopped over in Winter Park for several Miss Dixie Self Rising 24-lb bag 1.00 Varick doz. Sifted_______Peas____,_No._____2's__,_per___ 1.32 D. S. Bellies, 18 to 20-b. av.___ .151
SEMINOLE work GUESTS hours yesterday, visiting his Olympia Self Rising, 24-lb. bag .95 Varick Standard Peas, No. 2's, Roast Beef No. 1's, per doz. __ .
Contractor Green will start Wednesday night Prof and Mrs. E. mother and two brothers. Pearl Grits, 92-lb. bags UUUU -2.25 per doz. ___________________ 1.20 Corned Beef No. ls, per doz. __ 2.30
within a few days upon the erection 5.i! Palmer entertained, at their home Bolted Meal, 92-lb. bags uu__ 1.80 Boyer's Standard Peas, E. J-, Lunch Tongue, 1's, per doz. _n_ 2.15
of oo boat house the Ihore I on Jnterfachen avenue, in honor Republic Sweet Feed, 100-lb. per doz. __--_--_______--____ 1.10 Vienna Sausage, per doz. __n_ .95
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a front of Mrs. Edwards of James C. Hallsted, of Chicago, arrived bags _______________________ 1.85 Boyer's Soaked Peas, No. 2's ( Potted Meats, per doz. ________ .50
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of Lake Otceola. directly and Miss Stone, the in Winter Park Wednesdaynight Energy Horse Feed. 100-lb. bags 1.75 per doz. ___.nunnnU .85 Salmon, Empress No. 1's, tall,
the New Seminole.The ] pests of Miss Idabel Edwards, at and has registered at the New Economy Horse Feed, 100-lb. Pumpkin, No. 3's per doz. __00 1.20 per doz. __ -- 2.00
structure is to be seventy by Cloverleaf during the holidays, who bags _______________________ 1.C5 Spinach No. 3's, Cottage, per Salmon, Chums:No..lsta per
and will provide accommodations left twenty-eight ft of North. The train for the I bags _______________________ 1.65 Spinach No. 3's, Ceres per doz. 1.45 Salmon Merrimac Flats per doz. 1.25
for a veritable fleet young people on hte Mrs. Dolly Favor was among the Yellow Corn 100-lb. bags _uu 1.80 Lima Beans, No. 2s. per doz. .. 1.50 Cod Fish, Per lb. Bricks! _h h ,18
motor boats, row boats and canoes. campus, with whom the visitors have number of Winter Park people who White Oats, 100-lb. bags ___n_ 1.95 Cal. Lemon Cling Peaches, 2- Cod Fish Belfast, per lb. _____ .15
The h enough to party in a body and spent; :yesterday morning in Orlando. S. Hulls, per sack ___n_____ 1.00C. Cal. Lemon Cling: Peaches 2%- caddy --__nnn____ __ 3.51ltrown's
the there and will be low station escorted them to S.Ieal 7'-2 per cent Bright, lb.. per doz. ________________ 1.75 Mule, per caddy ______ 3.10
prerett any obstruction of the beau- the at train time. While here':i: Mrs. Hiram Powers and Mrs. Harry per sack __ n_n_______n___ 2.00C Fancy Head Rice, per lb. _____ .6\ Red J, per caddy __00 _n n n_ 3.20
tiful view from the eart veranda of Mrs. Edwards and Miss Stone have Ferguson Orlando S. Meal, 4 -: per cent Dark, Fancy Head Rice per lb. _____ .fill Cal. R E. Peas, per lb. 00 _n_n .07
the hotelThe both taken a very active interest in visited yesterday per sack _nnnnUn_ 1.80 Fancy Head Kite per lb. _____ .6'. Cnl. Lima Beans per Ib. ___ __ .08
the boat college social life morning on a shopping expedition.Chas. Beet Pulp, 100-lb. bag __UUn_ 1.83: Fancy Jap Head Rice, per lb. __ J4 Van Camp's Catsup, pts, 25; to
of and
central portion have endeared Favorite Scratch Feed, 100-lb. Good Broken Rice, per lb. __un .01'. I case, per case uuuun 4.50
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houte. about thirty feet in length, hem elvel to a large circle of friends Rock and daughters motored lag _____________ 2.10 Fairy Soap, per cake uuu____ .01 Van Camp's Catsup, *? pts, 40
will be finished in stucco work and who regret their departure. Favorite Chick Feed. 100.16.-bag 2.20 Ivory Soap, per cake 00000.0. .01 to case, per case Un_____. 4.50
tile all of the finishing to corre- ,through Winter Park yesterday after- Pure Wheat Bran. 100-lb. bag: *_. 1.70 I-enox Soap, eight cakes for u__ .25 Van Camp s Soups., No. 1's, per
roof MOTORING I noon. :Shipped Stuff or Mill Feed, 100- Nabob Pure Apple Cidar Vinegar doz. _______________________ .90
spond with the outside finish of the TO LAKELAND i lb. bag ______________----_. 1.75 : per gal. ____u_________ .35 Peanut Butter, Mason qt. jars,
hotel proper. At each end of this Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thigpen, Miss : WILL BUILD FOUR RESIDENCES Standard Tomatoes, No. 2's, per Toasted Corn Flakes., per doz.__ .95 per jar __________________ .25
main building, a wooden wing twenty- Cathryn Wilkey, and Mrs. W. N. Ii doz. _______________________ 1.00 National Oats, per doz. ________ 1.05 Jax Biscuits, per doz.__.______ .45
constructed. Thigpen, of Sanford EAST CENTRAL AVENUEi Standard Tomatoes, No. 3's, per Kellog's Krumbles, per doz____ .95 Jax Oysters, per doz. _00 ______ .45
fire feet in length will be stopped over in i I i I F. Brown, a winter resident from doz. _______'"_______________ 1.25 Pure Georgia Cane Syrup, per Jax Vanilla Wafers., per doz. ._ .45
Neediest to say everything will be Winter Park for some hours yesterday 'I New Jersey, plans to erect four new Van Camp's Pork & Beans, No. gal. _______________________ ..55St. Saltines. lOc, per doz. 00 ______ .90
finished in the most up-to-date manner to visit Dr. C. W. Fain, who residences Central in 1's, per doz. nU______ .95 Regis Coffee, 1lb. cans___ .30 Fancy English Walnuts, per lb. .18
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and as Mr. Foley remarked yesterday moved here some months from on avenue Van Camp's Pork & Beans, No. St. Regis Coffee, 3-lb. tins_____ .90 Toilet Paper, Domino Brand, lOc .07
the Seminole ago the near future. 2's, per doz. ________________ 1.40 Del Monte Coffee. 1-lb. tins ____ .28 Premier Brand Vanilla, No. 1's,
afternoon "We believe that \ county capital. The Van Camp's Pork & Beans, No. Red J Coffee, 1-lb tins ________ .22 per doz. ___________________ .85
we are gonig to have one of the party' were motoring to Lakeland to MAKING EOLA PARK WHITE 3's, per doz. ________________ 2.00 Unicorn Coffee, 1-lb. tins ...___ .22 Premier Brand Lemon, No. 1's,
handsomest boat houses in the state." attend a dance. Campbell's Soups per doz. .__. .90 Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 qt. cans, per doz. _______-_..._..____ .85
I WAY POSTS Campbell's Pork & Beans, 16 oz., per can ________...__..__.._ .30 Premier Brand Lemon, No. 2's,
The South Florida Foundry com- per doz. ------------------- 1.00 Wesson Cooking Oil, 1-gal. cans, per doz. ____.._.___..... 2.15
THE MISSES BARBOUR ENTERTAIN MANY PAY TAXESThe pany is making the posts for the Queen Olives, No. 12, plain, per I per gal. ______________._____ 1.20 Premier Brand Vanilla, No. 2's,
city tax collector was kept Lake Eola White Way. doz. ----------------------- 1.65 Kiawa five-string Brooms., each. .40 per doz. ______ ____ __..___. 2.15
Last evening at their home on In- very busy yesterday making out tax Queen Olives, No. 12, stuffed, i Altapass four-string Brooms, Calumet Baking Powder, 5-lb) ,
teriaehea the Misses Gerald- receipt for per doz. ---------------_____ 2.20 i I each _______________________ .32 per can ________________ .85
avenue property owners who are For fine fruit cake and Christmas Queen Olives, No. 5, plain, per ,I Oconee four-string Brooms!!, each .23 Lea & Perrin's Sauch, small, per
.J ins Vivian and Antoinette Barbour rushing< to pay tp before the first of goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try -- .9:; Dove Brand Hams, 10 to 1Mb. doz. _______________________ 3.00
entertained a number of their girlfriends ''the month when the taxes become delinquent some of our genuine old fashioned( Qeoe ifvl'N4t.: tfd 1! average _________.._________ .22 Atlantic Parlor Matches, per
from the college! in a most Today being the last fruit rake at 25c. and 40c. per pound. per doz. .... .. .95 Dove Brand Bacon, 0 to 8lb. gross _____________.____.... J>0
day 12.23.6tc Nabob Corn,No.2's, per dos,.. 1.45 I i average ..________.......... .25 Safe Home Matches, 25c pgk for .18
delightful fashion. of the year, Mr. Powell Is expecting
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Music and games helped pan the to haft very strenuous IUS ion.
Urn enjoyable, and light refreshment Room No. Schultz. Hid*:.

were served by the hostesses REV. TUPPER SUNDAY Dr. C. W. Fain
during the court of the evening. I Rtv. Kerr Boyct: Tupper will
Among the young ladies present were preach at the Baptist church Sunday DENTIST
the Mimi IdaUl' Edwards. Gertrudeand morning: at 11 o'clock, and Sunday Office) llourat I to 14, 2 let 5. M. A. McDowell

VanetU Hal. Florence Sherman, i evening at 7:30.: Rtv Tupplr will WINTER. "PARK, FLA.

Marjorie Tallraan, and Verga West. also address the members of this
church .', %v, Mllti'IlEnu1'he
Tuesday tv.hlne at 7:90: his
CJ B. K 110.t... who It attendingthe subject for the evening being, 'Amr.It Fancy ttrorrr Wholesale Grocer
State University at Galneiville, at t a Land to fa PrlieJ." Winter Park, Florida
was 1 In Winter Pith yesterday moth- We wish you all a Merry Xmm and
tnt, and white here took advantage et J. t I. tVatsH t tnt tottftt hovlr* in Happy New ,"Pitt', McNeil & Davis Bldg 208 S* Orange Ave Phone 101

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

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

The PEOPLES Bank Quintriple the number of its satisfied customers The PEOPLES Bank
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.further the welfare of the comunity by the purchase and distribution .
of approximately $350,000 of Orlando and Orange ..

County securities
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citizens and business interests by loaning them,

Improved security, virtually a half million dollars. .
Mai nthP New Year bring to you a just proportion of benefits.

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L -. ... I afternoon Conn., arrived on the in Tampa Orlando Special yesterday, com- TIlE( LUCERNE( ( "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"

I II ing from Atlanta. Ga., where she had
CLUB ORLANDO riEWt tWEns been visiting her brother, Mr. Wm. A.
AT TilE ROSALIND oS T1ttIa
yesterday waJ aO N House, during the Christmas holidays, V
The Rosalind Club there being i. Mr. and 1\111. lIerbert to spend New Year's with her sister,
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the scene of a pretty party players. Orlando, who are touring arE Mrs. W. C. McLean, at her home, 101
eleven tables of bridge I their automobile the TO-DAY
refreshments later, I on their Liberty street.
in for
Many came yesterday
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making about sixty who Mrs Smith Breakers
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affair. The club interior was and Celice Mather a fonnerl FORMER HOME
decorated in pink roses, ferns/by young lady, IIId )M"r.opular Smith Orla do Come Again!

lilies. First prize was captured briidgt the leading druggists of is one \\of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Townsend and

*liable..Mrs. W.markers C. Essington with pencils, brass coml -. The happy Couple will that go city. daughter, Miss Effie, have returnedto lie's Worth Seeing Twice. tVimjrTHE
receivedsecond down al Miami, Orlando from a delightful automo
and Mrs. Thos., B. Brodwater tea box. Cnoc-- lira few day'pereturning rtona Journal to Orlando bile trip to their former home in Anderson "ELWOOD" o
prize a fancy
S. C., where they spent the
olate, ripe olives and nut bread were )ltL A. R. 11ogue. Christmas holidays with relatives and BEST -GIFTS OX THE TREE will be articles of

served. The committee hating the R. .t.lting tn Jacksonville Who, has'bee l friends. They made the round tripin The Hoy 'onder. front this establishment. We are proud of our stock

party In charge was Miss P.Mary 0. Rush, Otland last evening being returned to their Dodge/ car coveting, 1,354 your gifts and let us lay them aside for you Je"dJ"1
Itoblnwn thalrman Mrs. D. tiled by her ttrs cousins accompa, mites without any mlhahatever, Fancy and! Trick Hotter SkatingUsual
Mrs W Tilden, Mrs. LeRoy the > U..I..n and Nellie and as! Mr. ToMtieetui etprevtHl! It,
Jordon !
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title, tthJ Mr. W. M. Glenn of CoYlflr.. ALLEN CO. JEWELERS.
l I" ton Yw )11"1 Nhirley M he never had to Use tt hammer on the --==a =
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absence f Mrs Gtle lfltagu@.
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at
Mr*. Jacksonylil@! Mr.. l1ogue' trip they |mi!!='pl through/ sleet and
the rtitnntlttee was taken by arrive! today fora visit slst@r! 'ut "hllW, Iut l tteie hot Inl'ehireniehreJ; by Itun of Jood; Picture' 11:11.- dJ
Loul* th I( lly@. I It Several! ! 10
It. hi the en
w ?\fr HA ear WM e.Iulppeil :: I
=:0=- OF IS.'nm w@tllu.0- fur all emergende,!' They were enlttlly !. .
JAfKHONVII.I.iKI: : >niSfl ,
Mri Ilu M, lark@!, ot 1'.' jmpipptptl' liy the "scenery' 401roltt@ \
UNDO( Lebanan
n' IN' OH
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A welding In JaeK oBVille Monday arrived f@J ttr4A1 tor I visit with tQ anti from the J'almetta State t 5e "Samp Utlle Prlrw.' 10e WITH Tilt: NKW: YEatit.r
Mr. And Mr. nntl said! that this was writ worth the
that will be of Interest to many IsOrlamla loo.@a@y, In uk. cover jour house wih a new coat of
that of Mr*, Dorothy 0.I view av@na@. Mn. iock@ I. urney They report meeting several paint We have Just received a fresh
was E.': Lang. )lr..I Ch ey-i mother. 6ho was *", parties of tourists from various __ MOCK of high grade paints, oils, varnuhes -
StftnfieliJ and Anton !
"cComp" of the North t \ etc., and are selling them at
pied by Mho Yen* parts en route to Florida I '
the Richardson
Stanfield has been employed In who r surprisingly low prices. No longer
to spend the winter.
book-keeping department of the will remain for a mOlltb' visit is there any excuse for delaying your
Western Union Telegraph office in 1-= painting A coat of paint now will
NEW MIRROR INSTALLED YES. f save two coats later.
Jacksonville and Mr Lang is district TERDAY C GRANDTODAY
commercial manager for the com. I 1

pany and on his official rounds has I A beautiful new mirror was installed k ,ttA yA Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper O
been visitor to Orlando.
frequent
a
WEDDINGStationery at McElroy's Pharmacy foun-
205 S.
Orange Avenue
lie has many friends here and vicin-
tain yesterday. It is Hawaiian
mahogany -
ity who extend good wshes for happi- Phone 261CAREY .
and the fountain,
completes anew COLEMAN & RHAN
and
ness prosperity.
I soda fountain being installedsome
--0-- time ago."ILLUSTRIOUS.
DELIGHTFUL PARTY AT HOME
,
OF MRS. JACOCKSA ===
I ORDER REDCROSS" Pallas Pictures Presents
delightful party was given Monday .
night at the home of Mrs. C. W. Invitations HANDFUNERAL
MACKLYN ARBUCKLEin
Jacocks, on Atlantic avenue, and were I
AnnouncementsAt Olivet Commandery K. T. bestowedthe
interestingly entertained by herself

very Illustrious Order of the Red
and two daughters, the Misses Home Cards DIRECTOR
Cross upon several candidates last
Alice and Rosina. I
Calling night who were Messrs. II. C. Allen,
Cards EMBALMER
"THE REFORM CANDIDATE"Drama AND
Dancing until late
was enjoyed a
E. H. Allen, Chester Kennison, and
hour, the music being furnished by = James Thomson.Eat .
the Victrola. I. A of Love and

Refreshments consisted of chicken J. P. STEVENS New Year's dinner at the Cor- Politics That Will Draw You To All calls answered Promptly Day
sandwiches fruit punch, add delicious nish Tea Room. Plenty of turkey.

cake Daytona, which Journal.were daintily served..1. ENGRAVING. CO. 1-12-31-21 Syllabub and Fruit Cake for dessert. the Edge of Your Seat! I or Night. Hand Block. .

- 47 Whitehall St. Atlanta
s The feature of today's social affairswill TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Orlando Florida.
,
be the annual holiday ball at the> I I
WANTED Male bookkeeper and lOc. 15e.
lind Club tonight. I stenographer. References required. PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPHONE 457,
Address Box 508 Orlando. 12-31-tf s ,
..1111111 111111111111'1111111111 11111111111111111111.
FOR SALE-1914 Ford roadster,
'h_ _ ___ fully equipped. .A bargain. Call
"'!> I at Ford Garage, 209-211 S. Orange .'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII'I''

:.. avenue. 12-31-tf S SKATING G R RINK

.... : J:.. ':" ) r [ FavoriteTODAY'S r t

," ,'.." .,;- : FRANK A. CUKTI3 WILLIAM R-O/NEAL |
.
: PROGRAM New .
"THE FOX AfJD THE PIG" Year's PartyGrand
: Chapter seven, "The Diamond From
the Sky."
"TilE BOWL BEARER"
: Thanhouser. In two parts, featuring March
Peggy Burke and Morris Foster.
$$3.50.00. "PLOT AND COUNTER PLOT" Roller Polo
:. A Beauty Neva comedy Gerber, and with Webster Nan Christy, CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance

: Five Reels-Campbell.Five and Ten Cents. FRIDAY Night'
Tomorrow-"The Unsuspected Isles."
II Real Estate
A Rialto star feature, in three Open till 12 o'clock Loans
.) : parts, featuring Fina Marinoff and
an all-star cast And Fay Fincher,
In "Ethel's New Dress," a Komic Admission lOc Rentals
: comedy Some show, don't miss it.
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F Ford r T Tonrg Car. ,, Mrs. Mary Announces A. Cox .



BSTABLUBXD 1MIillllMiliM

Sho hAS moved to the Hoard man Building, 102 South Orange

avenue, Room 3 second floor, and Is now showing Exclusive

Blouses, Shirtwaists and Neckwear for those who wish ........ . . . . hHMHIIIilllilittlMiSAXON
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"Something Different."

Car is in almost J02 South Orange Avenue Orlando. ..
perfect :

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condition.
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Shock absorbers, : SIX $785.00F.

seat covers electric
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lights. :, THAT NEW%%' KODAKWe t 1'

have been appointed distributors for central
.II Florida for this wonderful car. We will have in two car- !

., loads before January 1st, and want everybody in Orlando
to ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon is i
., are always glad to give the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings

assistance to Kodakers in throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather
I. V. PHILLIP : upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile.

u SONS taking good pictures. Films Let us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous
Reo Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride
developed and printed in in them also. For high class, long life and hard work

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



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: PHARMACY Reo and Saxon Automobiles.
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Of our phenomenal Christmas selling has left

:us with a large quantity of Fancy Articles, ,
F Handkerchiefs, Oddments, Short Ends, etc,etc

WHILE THEY LAST

i':= ; These will go on sale at Special Discount Pri.

ces. We emphasize. a few.
,
;a Toilet and Manicure Sets" 25 per cent off "
1 A few fancy Linens and Pillow Tops 20 per cent off
f All Fancy Parasols 15 per cent off
"Kayser" Silk Undervests 50 per cent off .
; Hemmed Stitched and Embroidered for 35c
x Handkerchiefs regular 25c each ..

rt \ Regular 35c each 23 cts. EACUi

i Orlando's first showing Men's Tub and Crepe de Chine Silk
12 ..
Shirts. Just arrived. Should have been here for the
Q Christmas trade. Positively the newM(< est of the new for early spring d Jn) ud) d wU) UM
f' MEN'S NECKWEAR. Also just arrived. John Davids first
of the newest in Ties
showing Spring
and Cravats 5 5 CENTS I


THE WIND UP OF OUR

SILK SALE .
.
d 36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors, including ,9 CENTS
black, regular $1.00 quality for .
.--!' All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine, all colors, in. 89 f\Nl I a .
".. cluding black, regular $1.25 quality for
: 36 inch Kimona Silks, dainty floral effects s
49 f\NTl'
;; on colored grounds, reg. 69c quality I
.1' 36 inch Pure dyed Chiffon Taffeta in all 00
.' colors, reg. $1.35 quality for $1-

.1 WOOL GOODS
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.. 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 ella"All Wool IT 68c
',1. Tennis Clot* Fine range U* S Price

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Store will remain open until 8 o'clock Fri

day and close all day Saturday, New,

Year's Day. .

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Favorite Shopping Plac "

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NEWS NOTES -- -THE- --PEATH;;: Of J>K. STAGE i SEMI-CENTENNIAL= CELEBUA.TIO.N [TWO INVESTIGATIONS ON SOABIXG -

Report of County FinancesThe -- I OF TilE KAPPA GASOLINE

learns with deep re- AU'1I4 ORDER
Oakland. Fla.. Dec. 29.-Mrs. JTof Telegram of Rev. John W.
to following| rt of the Receipt and Disbursement of the several Fund forth. the death I Washington, D. Investigations
Moore of Formosa came Friday Period ending June 3l lh. 1SI5 with the Balance, and the Amount of Warrant. OuUtand- of the Presbyterianchurch Richmond V;=The twenty-eighth ,
spend the holidays with her daugher mic. and a statement of the Asset and Liabilities of the County and the Value of the property Stagg, late pastor to determine the cause of the soaringof
of the County of Orange, an retorted by the County Commissioners, and the Clerk ol at Orlando, who died Thursday I biennial convention and semicentennial
Mrs. Joe Neel and family.Mr. the Circuit Court Loaf said Orange County u hereby published under the provisions of Chapter of several months I, gasoline prices probably will be
64-8.: of the of 1913. illness celebration of the Kappa Alpha'
W. V. KNOTT Comptroller. after an
and Mrs. R. P. MacRae spent I conducted
GENERAL FUND. resort in North Carolina. order the only exclusively Southern ;; simultaneously by two government
Christmas in Orlando.Mr. Treasurers Balance Jan. lit 1915 .4' at a health agencies.
Warrant Outstanding Jan. lot, 1915 . . . . . . . ... . . . .. . . . 110'0; I lie a rare and noble character, college fraternity, will be held at the : The federal tradecommission's
and Mrs. Chas. Brock and little was ,
left for their Net Balance Jan. 1st 1915 . . . . . . .. .. .... ... ... ..... . .. . . 13.977.72 I great in heart and intellect, and the Jefferson hotel, this city, on December I learned investigators, it was
daughter Monday Receipt Jan. 1 to June 30. 1915 : sophisticated simplicitycharm 28 29 special features today are already at work,
and The
home near Washington D. C. from Comptroller Redemptions, etc. .... ...... .. .. ........ .... . . .$ .,* *.60 of his 30. and department of justice officialsare
B. M. Robinson. Clerk .... . . .. ..... .... .. ................. .. .. 852.58 could resist. The death of of the celebration will include a
Mrs. Olson returned to Piedmontlast Tax Collector Taxes . ... . . ... .. ......... .. .... .... .. ...... 16,08587 no man considering an investigation.The .
week to be with her daugher Interest . . . . . . . ............. ................. .. .... ... .. 88.22 $"031.7 such a man is an irreparable loss, not smoker December 28 banquet December officials
=..: = say the truth of
but the dress ball on
Mrs. Marie Jackson.Mr. I I Making . . . . . . . . .. . .. .... ............ .. .. .. ....... ........ 134.289.99 merely to his community to 29, and final full charges that the price of gasoline has
Disbursement Jan. 1 to June 30, 1915: .-Lakeland Telegram. I December 30.
Winkleman and Miss Ira, of I For , .. ,, , ,.......,.., human ra advanced
Salary Clerk as Auditor .... ........ ..... .. .J 45000 sharply only at points
Winter Garden spent Christmas and Per Diem and Mileage . .. ... .............. ..... ........ ...... 301.80 I where the oil
I Pay of Bailiff for Attendance on County Commissioners .. .. . . 10.00 bigger concerns have no
Sunday with Mrs. S. B. Hull. Salaries of Other Officers and Employees: u Treasurer, J B. Stinmitz ......................... .. opposition and that prices are normalat
Judge of Criminal Court BOO.00 H. Sadler . . . ... .. ....... .....................
Miss Vera Wren returned Sunday I j. County Solicitor , , 36400Agricultural ::i H. Reynolds . : ... .. . ....... .................... 22.JHi competitive points, is being inves-
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after a week's vacation at her homein I I Advisor 343.75 Hudson on Paving i .. ... . ..... ................ ...... tigated.The .
Attorney for County Commissioners .. ... .. ... ... . ...... .... 150.00 . 34.72
Clermont.Mr. I Supervisor of Registration .. .. .. .....:........... .,... .... .... 240.00 Kordoa'i Doubt:: Badnre Transfer;, c.'mMtit; .. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 200: supply of crude petroleum will
. . . 1680
Repairs to County Buildings .....
W. D. Walker, one of the Court House . : .. .. 4(3.33 Cam Labor O'Berry. Repairs: : :: : :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 680F l e investigated to determine whether
teachers of the Monteverde industrial Jail :: :;: . . . ............. ......... .. 34.79 D. Core, Pates 26.37 there is
: Furniture and +:for : : :: : to Sinking Fund . . ... ... .................. .. .. .. 65,22868 a shortage: as is stated by
school; Simon Brock, Carson Mink, Court House . . . .. .................W............. 211PO Total Carried DBburwrcents! . . . . . . . . ..... ... ..... .. ........... .... . S194.8Q2.45 some retailers. Action will also be
Jail . . . . . . . . . . . ....... ......*... .... ..... . .. 32.09
fora *
and John Hatfield
went Tuesday Expense of County Buildings, : Balance !" Fund! June! 30. 1915 ... .. . .................. .... .. |385,6!" S8 taken to learn the conditions of the
few clays camping over on Crooked Janitor and Other Attendants .... .... ...i...... .... .... .. . SltOIJ Net Warrants Outstanding June 3O. 1915 : i. 1185.61t production market.
Light. Fuer and Water *. i.i. ZnUl Balance I June 30. 1915 . .: :::: ::i*:..:::..:.::*:::::::::: !
lake. Incidentals I : . . : : : : : : :: :.:::::..?.... ...::::: :: ::::: ::::: 826J9 Treasurers A bulletin issued) today closed! with

Miss Helen Inmnn, of take May !Miseel'aneouir Swntfltipte- Cas . . . . ., .. .. .. a .... . . . ...... . was the guest of Mrs. Michael and Drilling Well' i .= ', t91iJ' lOvwrtrafo ..,. :H...... .;. . . f !!qUII!! "The Neht flood hf low

family Lund.lie; : left Monday for Ants Aotnmobile foe Oren Hire,( ?;. : : : : :: ::::: :::::;:::;::; :;::: :\ .:::;;:::: 1t'sreiresnbelhbltandinea.tah.. 1, 1913! :. : :t:: :...; iiiuniii.. ::;. : : . !L01MI4flrf but relnUVeijr per!: high' i!rfld oil priced frrtWOklnlinrrirt

'Tallahassee'! to attend the teacher fiver/rating* . . . ... : .. .... . . j. . . . ,: ..., ,. ... .... . .... !f i t+ I itafl*'BJ : i 1 H i-l 4 he Srt, J.1'&I)! ) ,, .,!;; ; ; ;; ; aiA fi tI II.T8@.tg nil fleldi M epd' nH JH-

fl!! rn *ranil J.Oto I'l t HHititrtltrfi -: : : : : it.p' Ii. Ht'tli Hi t the sufjiljri bUt Min FhtR e
Mioit AiMttfttM( tit l'titIf iIn11se flflll t-sIM little . : : : : : : ItuJIt 9
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; yiHlk{ t h4eM}rah:111HkdAip : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : IJI 8e4 : .. : :. : :. : : :.::niitiit: : . :.1. : : : : f<} ;lliWllTR n duping the Al] IwlfIIHhH )'liitfr"
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$ : tl.i 8f l irli+4+1; h aNd \ItlthtaM I +} , , , , : -hUll Itsg" .!*I NIi" lillll : : : : : : : : tnttttttttsttn : : : : : : : -? W.322 nil hhla'Vd!: : ) IHOItr
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JEI"It ('hiibllnaa II the! mining of (lite! klslN!NNF4. wtoM MHll.iliah4| : 'IH-, . .'I0ANf8i. : PlMItHAHf:: }I: t11HRI,' $, I1;; ; ;: ;::9,: ; ; ; : ; jt; II Np4r41/H1'IAA I . : .. .: :: .: .: .. :.:. :. :. :: :atassrssstataasatt4P It; :It .itittttttt : tss : : : : : : ",582M 223\

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Villa. !s: Henry UpvN ami/ liUte s t Im.> t 'eL i'.' ' ' ' ::' :: ::::' ::: ::::::::::::::::::: 1 IU1,:!( 41'rpsP' 8111tt",PI.itlmt rt s, P bI4'l't'na".", BupfsrinjFOiltn) . . . .}. 1It ttttUtttttsttttrttttttt't tttttttttttttttttttt.! ! ,I1I1.II1t 8I4'JFlIlIB I '1 wrebe, R speFirtl: nea dleputrh
hail MISS (UIlIIi\\ from ArwltoH\ \ ,H at : : : : : : : : : : ; ; 1 / .r and, MlleiM . . . .!ttttttttttstlttsttttttt trttttammk.la0 119 "!} has rnrna nut' uf |nl'II8I' U w". re-
ehRriIr' fit f tiiirtturk . . . . ; : : ; ; ; ; ; ; . : Tts4sure1'. . . 111"1.
t1hie\ returned Sunday anti Mr.. llevi II"fI'l ; ;Work.; ; ; ; i. ; ; ; ; ; ; ;; .y; &fI 4i if !t t9U ttttttttttt .
: Urn lourRexurdins ami$ O"hr.fpurf\ ( ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; . ; MtU ncl.laalall fur Hoard' iDi| IIUlltllhl"hll"h| .,,.t..t!! t . . ft*.U reived |h the J daily' NflW" dated P.
letllny, while Mimi| | (jiissiu remain Fro'ss: vt HeUiin: . . . . . . . . . .. .! .. ...;; .i. . . . . . . II8M! tpese" ,f fsaminallies: . . . . ., ..t .rt.trttt,..,,',.,' .. t "\.ellI remlier .13, nnd rays:
: r'tirnir sal.I fcS9 ,, . . . . . . . . . . . .... .. ., ... . . .. 8s It 0
r the WJek! f'tI:_ ft. OlenoKr..cr: | : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : ::::. '.!:.,:. ..:.itt..: : ::: : ::: :: MJ M t Isipoe l'rlas" TWher' t... Anw . . . . . . ....., ...4. !!"!".t.t" . . .10Ti'lal "The Kuacinna are now In a position '
n n iiaiiiir . . . I. !..!... .. .
Air, and Mr. Char Tllden entertained Ailverll'lnK firenre; fimnly; ;i : : : : : : : : : :: :: : : : :: : ,:, ,, ,,:,:: : : : : : : : : : : Ill 4-70 07 I ptilnirNnirhU\ "- . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .... ... ..,.." " IJ1,314.l9 of superiority( along\ the trcuter
Christmas day liy having a I'ulvrrts . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .,. . ..t,. . . . . . . . . 10460 : (part of (the front, but It would !ho
ISU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tal: .ll> 4_
family reunion for Mn. WUo. The Total I IllnliurtemrnU/ . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . 111,04944: : Net Warrant ll.l.tirt OutoUHJinn June Sfl June $0, I'""ll" ". ," . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US (lit foolish to expect A general advance

relative present numbered forty-. Net hahi| nr.. June n. l'll . . . . .. . . .'. . . .... . . .. . ... . "tlTSMt9: '... .'.y. "I.n. J.M III, UII . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,4On4.44al'al'NrE before "(Irlntt'. Every: advance mutt
seven though n great ninny more Invitation Warrant OuUt.mlinn Junv So III| . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . 47(14Trpnnuror's : : ArfUhNLTreaaunr'e \ ; l lie fullowpil by Immediate Intrench
Silence l Jan I. ifill l . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . NetMn
were extended. Those prea- IUI.n -. June I". ISIS . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. ., 121,1129,11: l ant from a distance were Mm. CtirrleWI1IU HNK: AMI MlllrKITl! 1TMI. IM liun' ifli.... Jan. I to Jun.. an. I'll . , , . . . Nothin steel and ,digging Impossible."
Mrs. Hoitu Mnrkwond, Frank TrraXMAUj! Hnnr! Jan. 1, Iwlt , , . . . .. . . . . .. .. . .... .. f ',41" .SA Troa. .-:*<'. Bitlanr June 80' Itlil .I II:g"91
Warrants OuUlandlnir Jan. 1, 11I11 . . . . . . . .. . .M. .... .. .. .. 11420Net .
Mnrkwood of Jacksonville, Mm. Wm. > == -
McKlnnon and l of llMlMKf Jan I. OH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... .. .. ... I 6,243.10
1.l11 girl, :Sanford KoMliU. Jan. I tot Jun.. 80, 11I1'1 l

)fl'. And Mm. Ralph Sadler and baby From Fins , . . . , . . , , . . . . . . . ... .. . . ... .. . .. .13.259.71 F i
girl, of Homestead. In'..'...' . . . . . . , . ., , . . . .. .. . . . . . . ... .... 41.'" $5,40.U ::.riE k

Mra. H. W. Michael and little staking ItMibuniemrnU.' . . . .J...n... .I, .tn. .June 50.,. .1915. . . . . . . .. . .. . . .,.... ... ..----=-- 19,665,91 ..,. :

daughters! of Orange! City, are vUItinjj For Co..t of Criminal Prosecution ;;
Sheriff and Deputiva Cost Bill in Criminal Case ...... ,. .. .. .3,1515 6
realtlven here thU week. Constables Cwt Kills in Criminal Case . .... . .. ... . . .. . .1835 _
Mr. IIoltenholT and son, Fred spent Clerk Ct. Ct. Got IlilU in Criminal Case . .. . ... . .. . . . .. 1761 ; With Trees From Buckeye Nurseries
Clark Criminal Court of Record Cost Bill in Criminal C....... .. KM.90 ,
Christmas with their daughter and County Judge Cwt. Bill. in Criminal Cases . ..... .. . . 673.46 .
Justice of the Peace. Cwt Bill. in Criminal Cases .... .....: .. '
sister, Mrs A. L. Locke of Taft. County. Solintor Conviction fee . . .. .. .. 2S.T2
The Mather-Smiths have recently Witness Bailiffs Pay Fee for Attendance on Criminal Court . ::.::....:...". 1185.00 6250 .a = y A Certificate That Is a Real AvuvL L

purchased a new Buick Six and have Court Stenographer Insolvency i ; "Case: : : : : : : : : : :: : ::: :::::::::: :::::::: I.!9700 H:30

also had their fine Other Expenses Criminal Prosecution . . ... .. .. .... .. . .. . 155.30 ,. With considerable lot of trees bought from
roadster the Sheriffs! Commissions on Fines Collected .. . . . . .. . . ... . . every
White, shipped from Chicago, which Feeding Prisoners Paid. . . . . . . . . . . . .... . .. . .... ... .... 1.13930 19072 117 Buckeye Nurseries there is now sent a certificate of
Transportation for
and DiM-harpe Money Paid to
Mrs. Mather-Smith is enjoying very Convict Worked. on Road . . . . ...... . .. ..... .County... ... 15650 number and variety of trees date sold etc.
much. Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .... .. .... .. ...... . 14.60 s.;'
The adoption of this certificate has been suggested to .
Total Disbursements . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ...... .... ..... .... ( 8.8673 -
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+ + a' + + + + + + + td' + t + Net Balance in Fund June 30. 1915 .. . ..i. ...... ... ........-........ >r= persons
+ DAILY SCIENCE NOTE + Warrants Outstanding June 30. 1915 ......................... ..... .. } who have bought trees asking: for information to give tt

+ t Treasurers Balance June 30. 1915 ... . .. ... ..: .. ......... .. ...... f 798.65// other persons negotiating for the purchase of groves. !

+ Magnesia will brilliantly polish + Treasurer' Balance Jan. 1. 1915 (Overdraft ROAD) FUND........ ...... ......... ... In scores of instances that have come under our observation -
+ and thoroughly clean ivory. + Warrants Outstanding; Jan. 1. 1915 ..... .. ...... ...-_.............. $ 311.15 in the past few years, buyers paid a handsome

tttt + + + + + + t + ttt Deficit Receipts Jan.Jan.1.1 1915 to June. .30. .. .1915. . .:. . ... ... ... .. ............ .... ...... $ 1:63.21 premium on grove properties by reason of the fact that

From Comptroller Redemptions etc .. ................... .. .... ....) 4,011.116 they were planted with; Buckeye trees.
Clerk of: the Court . . . . . . .. .. .... ... ....... ..... ...... .
Tat Collector, Taxes . . . . . . . .. . .... ..... .... .... ... .. .. 20.12'5 1.15018' .94 In a great number of cases: negotiations for the pur-
EAT LESS MEATIF J. M. Bradkhaw on Road . . . . ... . ... ...... ..... .... .... . 225.00 (25.57983 '
chase of have fallen through when it could not
Making net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ..... ........"" ".:--- I groves
Disbursements.! Jan. 1 to June 30. 1915: 8:4,316.62Salaries be established to the satisfaction of the intending pur- I

flf Road Superintendents and Overseers .. .. .. ... ...f are
Paid to County Commissioners for Road Inspection?.... ... ... : . 1360.00 112.110 chaser that the planting had been of Buckeye trees.

BACK HURTS Ct Transportation of !Material of Prisoners. . . . . .eTo. . .be. .transferred. . . ... .to...F.. .Ii.::.F.. .).......... .... 1.355.39 68.25 T4ii c 1 It is obvious the assurance that groves were made with

Tools and 'Iarhin..ry.' Cost and Repair .. . . .. ....... .. .. .. .
I.i.. Stork. Coat and Feed . . . . . .. . .... ... ......... .. .. 2.949.63 1,858.93 ,. Buckeye trees has come to be looked upon by shrewd
Paid for Free Labor, other than Guards . . . ... .... . ..... . . investors second in to the title to
Pay of Convict Guards .s . . . . . . . . .. ...... ...... ... .. . 6541.83 as only importance
Take a glass of Salts to flash Kidneys Feeding and Care Convicts on Roads . . . .. ... . .. .... ... ... 4.35437 1.25.45 the land in view of the widespread reputation for
if Bladder bothers you-Drink Preaching to Convicts . . . . . . . . ..... .. .. ... .. ,
Payment on Account 01 Roads Built by Contract .. .... .. .. . . I.U7.511 21.00 quality of Buckeye trees. eWe
lots of water. Payments on Account of Bridges Built by Contrart .. ...... ... ."
Surveying' . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . .... .... .. .... ... .... 174.32 nO.OIl \\ant to give our customers tree insurance that will
Paid on Account of Bonds. Engraving .. .. .
Pn-miuma. ele. .. .. ..
.. . .... 1i89.30 protect them as much as does a title search. So we

Eating kidney meat trouble regularly; in eventually some form produces or 5f=1gt: t,. ,.0.,.,.,..,.,..H..,.,.......m..mm..mm:.. a22s 20000 72.00 s } have devised this certificate, which will be found an

other well known be-
says a authority 1550 asset of no small value in any transaction involving

cauae kidneys the, they uric become acid in meat overworked excites; the get Total Disbursements . . . . . . .. . ... .... ....... .. ..... ..... .. .. .:-52.80 the worth of a grove. It is to the trees what an

sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of Net Balance June 3!,. 1915 . . . . . . . ... . . .. ......... ... ... . .. . -122.784.22 k a abstract of title is to the land.
distress in the, particularly kidney region backache; rheumatic and twinges miscry - Warrant Outstanding June 30. 1915 . .. .......... ...... .. .... ... i 1,63 63i:40;:40 Full particulars as to this new and helpful feature of

severe headaches, acid stomach, constipation Treasurers Balance June 30 SPECIAL 115 , , ,ROAD., ,, ,. ,:,BOND,,, ? ..: _.... ..... f!.ICTBA_... Buckeye service will be mailed on application. It is

torpid liver, sleeplessness. Warrants Treasurer' Balance Jan; 1. 1915 . ' ...... .FUND..... .. "" "" 5k' 4 described in detail in the new Buckeye Nurseries
bladder and urinary irritation.The Outstanding Jan. 1. 1915. NONE: $13.070.43
moment your back. hurts or kidneys From Receipts! Tax Jan.Collector 1 to June Taxes 30. 1915. Catalog. If you have not received a copy of this

aren' scting right, or if bladder Interest . . : : : : : : : : : : : :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::126.74136 f"f book, be sure to write us for one at once-the edition

bother. you get about four ounces of Comptroller Redemption and Taxes. . ... ... ...... . .. ... ... 7.97265: a will last FREE
Jail Salts from good pharmacy Forfeit Account Bond Sale 5666.35 : is limited and not long. on applica

1 take before a' breakfast tablespoonful for any a in few a glass days and of water your MakingDisbursement Sale. .of. .Bond : . : . . . .: :; .;;;:::::....::::::::::::::::::::::-.521,041.32 6.00000__ -567,421.Jg-__ : tion. Address ..

LiJccjs will then act fine. This famous *. Jan. 1 to June 30.: .

alts U made from the acid of grape. C Premium M. on ond"Cash,. Lord &: BrauVhaw .. . .. ........... . . . .8 21280; ',', > Buckeye Nurseries

I( and and flush l lemon has eloped/been juice kidneys used, <
normal Freieht Chat-se A.L. Ry. 'tC..OU9 So A. L.
neutralize the : fly.
activity aIM! to '11.481.15
; G. C. Bsmeey. Salary4 mnnthat . . . CUt 1.24
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acids in . .
) the urine m> it no longer irri- M Rob.n..n; ;. r,.unteriivnVrv 758 Irondy' : : : :: : : : : :: : . . . 9e/en:
laU-s thus ending bladder disorders. Telegram,. W V T. Co 11.71 : C. B. RoMnon $14.64 . . : : . . . 17 Knlt.12 s
Jad r-att.: cannot injure anyone: Hftrre** Charm nn Bon.lS < . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V ..a Itt4
makes a delightful' rvesopnt' lithia Clay Manufacturing ('n. Paving and ClenHnc n..... ". . . . I7 .at
Alabama Paving Cn. Paving IM'*''
and Clearing Rnndj . . . .
water drink lioh' millin\ e.f men and Standard Car Record Co. 1 Car Reeonl . . . . . . : : : : : : : : BW.'72Nntelly :
,I' women take now Orlando Work. . . . . Inn
and then, u, keep the Lumber . . . . :
kidneys and W Mnrtln Building tt>.ue . !AF te
arlMrr clean thu W. Orlando Florida
avoiding serious organs I P M !Mmelv. Fslar and Service* t r4 H. Brokaw Agent
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ORLANDO CONCRETEWORKS .:'\8 FROM DRENNEN STATION CKUMANk FEAR: WAR \tlLL >EX- I
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? \nrennen, 'la"< D 2111e:>> Christ141 WEND TO 1911 i"-
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495 tree London The Milan correspondentof
Phone festivities. -
407 Song St. ; which were held .
school r the on Jennie Jewel Union Sunday the with Daily. man News who tells for of thirty an interview years I "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree jj

Saturday evening were a was technical adviser in a big German -
of omplele
Contractors for All Classes success And attended by engineering concern and since

Concrete Buildings. All leany bond and 160 Orlando.people ot the nelJthbor. has been iri Switzerland. This man Unless Budded
Work First Class Recitations And said in Germany a military reverse
,,...- ; wage were given by : and the
... *..- Ethel and Flor. was regarded as improbable
Also Manufacturers of I!Dtt Whidden, Martha flee Braddock Germans look calmly and confidently\
1 from
Dttrvin
and Bearing
Building Blocks of ev : harry Neal, WaUerl and to the immediate future. _
Concrete Rebecca Juer
P"** Helen And June Feeling secure for 1916, they do,
cry designs, Wljite Way Posts, lIumphrlell l , Harmon and Nora however, feel great 'anxiety If the
Gates nnd Fence Posts, Lawn Den Yates, ioru I5UM, Diary, and war extends into 15)17) he said. Thelluelltlt trees of a knownQuantity.and

Benches, Art Work, Vaces of Frank Preston, Frances and! nay n.1. ,,- >tr of men Is very grave already t ,
nny size or design, Walks, Steps, .1.. aDd ,Floyd Feint Following the I nnd It there are not signs of'' .t
Fountains etc. program Santa Claus, Impersonated I the scarcity of troops, they are rer.1 _
Fish Ponds
Falter
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Building Blocks Faced with bL rlftl of candy Jw'Wnwn, nuts and, distributed nppl.* to I !thinly Marshalon being Mackensen husbanded used!CI\I'\'rUI1)"j .

Granite Coquina, Gravel or every, one present, Mllllc( ,by n guar.tette I almost exclusively In Serbia d ,'.: a
nny other material Call and see and Mr. ))('wnl"'" Sunday school I Hlndenburg has been fighting with i Quality of Production -
imtnplcs. clue followed, and the .to,1111t| ( | song landwehr.( j
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tree d.Urhttultr rvlnfnrrnt( \.) Mr "There are 'limits! to the withdrawalof I -L. 11 ::.: c1
Donald UIIU, of MRhljrt, hl) tIll : hum+ from* industry MIl l nRHcut'Jtt'. 5 "..0.W.
l'tl\hM unit IfcUmntM. ", MadeConvinced trembone. A Vot* nt thanks \VIhttH.Ut \" ,lutes" the rnrrephohdeht ;NNte! "' ;, ;jri ,, : ,
t.t\d\ Uhl\h'h\\U"\1' \ \ ntrpn the I Nu\'pllIlp, (he huttttiei1!" tst Knhiett ehi. r t
-" taemhets tlf \the l.lry' )Jt1'\,1 tlttllily for I t, ")'fit In lie ittptftl tfftde flhtt tffllta- i = Connor.
the tlsa et t\\It\1'\ \ @ntntnmhnua! I ImuOts! for : Istlt flPt\-\ ruse trout, I.I'IIU' hII .
to Bdntoy toWl timing I it* first I I'MIIIII"i &
year fir ttlsUwe, ; "tierhiany( I ie not chart ftr "ftn and free like these> wilt work: tar: }u while you deep I They can't 10eventiMhti
The! Tewnt+ Library riuli win "tnlmmiHunt hot the Germans. know drawn, it t takes time! Gentraet: for: YOUN supply; NOW
meet Friday evening with At rill iipen: = that tlteif enemies will not l tt e short
"Ye a," tail l the t+wtoiMi!t, M hi! eer flraddfwfcMr tsit h"'f.' ,\ German effort
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and Nri. J,
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I sire must be An
pure yoy," eatep= en.eftpin| | \ jpifl, attack
"What, wilt it wat," asked the stekman lained re4ne4fty evening at, irgi' in Flanders\ to pet to Calais' and\ an.Egyptian TWP years; ago In their advertising and by ,actual demonstration l THE OCKLAWAHANUHSEJUES
faintly, Tina ar v@" 'h honor Of the jjsse, I+ expedition, will he the first began to educate( the public as to what really constituted a real, first-elasa\
Yoi4 MNinety will=five have dollar to shade, your price Martha and heel Print A delight arts to be undertaken, probably at an nursery tree of citrus fruits The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished
little," replied! the contractor, "I ful evening WM spent HUh music and! early date" by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND
got a better bid from the undertaker1The games, after which) refreshments were
specialist stood pat on his price served by the hostess A good time COOK IX COPENHAGEN', CANT trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex.
And We hia are competitor specialists got in the our job.line oFork t was enjoyed hy every one present GO TO GERMANY istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGUEED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
; and sanitary conditions prevail. Copenhagen Denmark.-Dr. Fred. tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
side.It will pay you to stay on the safe BOY HOLDS UP 19 WITH GLASS crick A. Cook, the explorer, and his trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

PISTOL secretary, Dr. F. P. Thompson, called interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
today at the American legation here. time and money to bring it into bearing.
Orlando ., Chicago.-The notorious "red pep. They expressed much disappointment Then do not be claims for
per" robber ii under mislead by intended that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
arrest and because the
legation
could not give
Steam proves to be Fred Loge, an anaemic them passports into Germany. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
LaundryFRENCH boy of eighteen yean. He has con. Dr. Cook and his secretary may appeal proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
DRY CLEANFRSLAUNDERERS teased to nineteen hold-ups, all done to the Washington government Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
with a biz blue glass toy pistol. The :against the decision not to supply Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'a
PHONE 88 toy, which bears a resemblance to a them with the passports, but as neither work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
real pistol, was found in his Dr. Cook
posseslion. nor Dr. Thompson has fray, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
urgent business
in Germany, it Is
Fifteen victims hm idintifle.1 him said, the American minister Is holding comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for It
S. Helen Graves Ix>irue, with a pocket fined with red ( to his. decUlon.
pepper, and his glass! pistol, robbed
IIAIIt AND I'ACK: HPKCIALIMT: !' on tho street all over the city. 1 He 1 MANY SMILING FACKS;! VVIIKNI'KOI'MH :

Shampooing, Mankurinir, .Facial,', would bring the toy pistol down on a :( HANK PAYS Ocklawaha Nurseries
body Magnate and Scalp treatment,', lane pedestrian and ordtr Mm to DIVIDEND)
"hand "
given under modern scientific prlncl-, out your ituff III was u unlly There! will be smiling face then o

plea. My treatments have given nat, would obeyed, but occasionally a ma morning of January 1, 191G, when the 0. W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
attack
Isfactory results. Appointments can him, and then hi threwred semiannual) five per cent dividendsof
be made by phone No. G79. Hours 0 pepper In the eye of his assailant the Peoples National Dank are dis
to 12 a.m.; 1 to G p.m. and escaped. tributed. The bank has paid nine percent G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida |
lie confessed to all the robberies) , dividends for 1915 and increased ,
PARLORSYowellDuckworth and said they were easy. the surplus by ten per cent. The un
Building divided profits have increased the
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about 2 miles from Orlando, brick road, 10 acres bearing grove, 7 room house, barn, etc.

C Price $6000 .


3/ ACRES

2 miles from Orlando, 3i/ acres, 3 story house. -

Price $1500.

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8 ACRES TRUCK LAND *

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

$3000.00 ,

f't 10 ACRES ON LAKE @ .

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 January5th.

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For One Day RATES- 25c SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ1' BY PEOPLE BATES
For Three Day _=:: 50c 10,000 Fer Six Days 75e I :
Fa One Month ::=$ib1

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I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms
in new, modern home; one-half H !
block from Anderson street, near St. R.BERRY
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for
the season. 406 Margaret street. j
10-29-tf qN .-
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'I' A complete: line of Ford Accessories -

FOR REFurnished apartment,
with private entrance, three rooms ; a staff of expert mechanics -.
with bath, sleeping porch, gas hot I i to FOR SALEA
l water, and electricity. Inquire at 602 Just render satisfaction in all j jj
Magnolia avenue, or phone 623. !lines
12-30-tfc j j of'Automobile Repair
Real EstateI I
I Work !

Walk a block and get a good dinner section. Vulcanizing, Oils and I fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft.
New Year's. Astor Cafe. have six lots in the negro Gasoline, and fair and square' on-
1-12-31-ltc These lots sell for $150 each on the

FARHIAHDS'DROVES installment plan. For cash I will prices. I S. West St. $2300.

take $350 for all. Does a hundredper
FOR RENT Reasonable, two suitesof
rooms, nicely furnished for cent look good to you?

housekeeping, just as family used For
them. Also rooms for lodgers, at Nine Years
$1.75 week. 623 West Church
FOR SALE per \V. T. ENTRICAN
street. 12-30-6t : We have been in business at the
LICENSED CONTRACTORfor I C.A.HOVEYAdvertise

FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, THE ST. JA\IES-308 West street. same location, Corner of South'J

practically new, nice condition, with Nice rooms, $3.50 per week. Also :Main
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, housekeeping rooms. Three minutes PAINTING, DECORATING ETC. and Church Streets.
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very from postoffice. 12-30-61* Ij I
desirable location. $4,000, terms. Phone 217. | Phone 226Orlando'1.
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, FOR RENT-Pleasant, comfortab'erooms
Fla. 11-16-lmoc for light housekeeping, in ( Leading Repair Shop
private family; modern and convenient. I and Garage I
FOR SALE AT BARGAINOr 315 West Central avenue. BASSPHONE
will rent completely furnished, 12236teI CLINT i

new, modern and attractive home, I
pretty lawn and shrubbery near Lake FOR RENT-Laree pleasant fur- 375 in the Sentinel

Eola; two stories, five rooms, bath nished rooms with private family, West Jefferson Street
screened sleeping porch and summer close in. 302 North Orange avenue.
dining room. Address Owner, Box 12.12-tf c Successor to Dixie Limitea"Effective

397 or call at 312 Broadw .
11-10-dw-tf FOR RENT OR SALE-Two story Band Wood CompanyWood
house No. 10 West Robinson ave
FOR SALE-A good lye room house, nue. Modern conveniences. Phone Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
in fine condition in good location; 36. R. B. Perry. 12-28-6t.1 of All Kinds January 12th,
hot and cold water; three loU; a bargain -
for quick buyer. Call at the TO RENT-Large: room, with board, PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE Leave Jacksonville 9:35 a. m. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Summerlin. 11-20-tfc suitable for two people. Reason-]
- -' able. All conveniences. Close in. PRICK Fast Through Train to ChicagoVia

FOR SALE-Fine Middle horse,cheal". 212 East Jackson. Phone 400. I Real Values
gee Ja. L. Ollta. ll':28.tie 12-28'12te I .. Low Price

FOR SALE-Urno f.frl _fator and FOR RENT-Large airy roftttu., with II I I COMPARE ,
other market fixture> the 1p..2isfa heat, at "Welcome, Inn." Home I You Cannot Do It Macon, Atlanta, Nashville, Evnnsvlllc. -
A. Knox.
comforts Screened ulreplng porches.
I i I OUR
Only one door from 1'retbyterlan Observation Cars.' FURNITURE

FOR SALE-KOU BENT-Hou" .8, church. 100 East Church street. Feed 10 people well for $2.80
Steel PullmAn
and unrurnl hCld. Also Hnedal t rate for the fiCiIUlon Free
furnished
. ands 0 whatI 12:"=28 flt* Hut tho Model\ J can and does feed Wo provide the quality of furniture that hAt long boon accepted
o haveplto oflots.ril buy or Choir Cnr, Dining by knowing furniture buyers tho
( you hundred at 25 cents each as standard of merit If
rent Mrs II, B. Leaks, 45: KastPiru FOR RENT-Furnished two large,1 I I CArs an article la hero it is {rood. It wouldn't bo hero were it otherwiao.
street or 312: Ur adwAY, Phono 17i>. pleasant rooms kitchenette and Quantity counts Wo can't make this point too clear-it I.I one of tho foundation

10.8-dw.lmo* bath room, on first floor, Hot and I I It la the quantity cooked that Via stones of this business and that means much to any buyer
cold water, electric lights and tele
FOR SALE OR RENT-By owner, phone. Also two nice sleeping rooms makes it possible to serve a satisfying L

two of the prettiest bungalow 1 in on second floor. Private family, II special at 15c. Atlantic Coast Line
town. Each has six large rooms, hall 1 1 close In 312 North Main. 12-29-6tc &
It is because
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and bath with all modern conven.iencea. our oysters are McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

One just about tovft\\lfeted, TWO PRIVATE HOOttS;: 1urn\'n" d ,always fresh that we sen'e so
otltfr one to be completed and fine by location 25th of for light housekeeping, in desirable many.It Standard: Railroad: : of the SouthFor Cornet: Orange Ave and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
nice lots
IVember; )location, with sleeping porch, bath,
nt ar Lake Cherokee. Price $3,500 etc. Also two furnished rooms. Ap is because our Coffee end
and $3,250; cash payment and terms. ply 209 East Jackson street.
Also a four room bungalow in north 12-29-6tc Pies are best that we serve barrels Information Call on

eastern part of town. This bungalowand of one and hundreds of the W. D. WHITE D. T. A.
1 lot 50 by 150 feet, $950, or
with 2 lots $1050; cash and terms. WANTED other. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

Address street, Orlando.Kentucky Phone Home,686.511 Palmer No advance in prices for Orlando Try a Want Ad in the SentinelLumber
WANTED-A position as
12-15-1moc grocery special occasions.It .
clerk. Have had two years experience
and no bad habits, such as cig pays to be reliable.
LAKE FRONT LOT for sale, on Pine
arettes. Best of references, and will Latli&
and
Castle side of Great Lake Conway. S11i11gles
work for time T. E. OPEN
war salary. DAY AND NIGHT
Address P. O. Box 879, city.
12-30-61 Smith, Gen. Delivery. 12-29-3t
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WANTED-A reliable, sober white
121- ACRES near Orlando, 9 acres
in 4 old bearing lake man to live on place and take care
year grove /
The
front. 3000. Address Box 833 Or of grove and do trucking. Place dose ModelCafe
in. Address Box 714 Orlando, Fla.
lando, Fla. 12-30-3tc: 12-29-6tc
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FOR SALE CttEAY1! -Ot will rent bv
WANTED Ford touring car, nea I
the six bungalow,
year new room
for cash also Ford
with bath, double porches, large ; one touring ORLANDO
eiled basement, inside toilet, electric body complete, in good condition n1Millinely
Answer quick. Box 93, Orlando, Fla.
lights, etc. Very central. Splendid 12-22-tf d1-

E.location.N. Coy. 202 Ridgewood 1230lmocFOR avenue -WANTED--Want-to buy a smal 1 LADIES' Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime

SALE--Fine Jersey cow, heifer house and lot; also a vacant lot, HATSCHILDREN'S HATS :
calf her side. Address Box 62, must not be far out; price must be
by We offer choice of
Winter Park, Fla. 12-23-Ctc right. Address A. B. C., care Scnti a selection
nel. 12-18-t Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, JWW.

FOR SALE-A number one good $4.00, $5.00, $6.00.
work horse, sound gentle, 5 WANTED-By a white woman posi Childrens
yearsold Hats
tion cook, matron $1.00, $1.50 and UP-
as companion, 01
weighs about 1,000 pounds. Cheap
if taken at once. Address 401 West housekeeper. Addres IE. M.. 114 Our styles are so good-and our 1
Church street. Phone 644. 12-28-6tc East Concord avenue. 12-24-61 prices are so reasonable that you will

-- I find our store the best place in the
LOST
FOR SALE-Ten room bungalow; city for millinery.
lake front two lots, modern house, :
twenty) bearing citrus trees. Will furnish PARTY seen carrying black silk umbrella -
Siemens'
purchaser good tenant for from postoffice lobby Tuesday Millinery
east klf of house for one year, with afternoon, will please return to
privil \e of three, at twenty-five dol I this office for reward. 12-30-2tc Store Leave the Furnace for Real Winter :

tars lonth. This will net purchaserVt. __ -
6 per and his own rent. Addres
Sask I, care Sentinel. 12191mo.IN LOST-Small open faced watch on Why ride a bus line, when caD '
pin, between Lake Lucerne and the ride private cars at same priceS you Your home can be just as warm and cozy with a few handy Gas Heaters during these

BAR Y LOTS-Three, close Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on Take a joy ride; round trip l"
in, West Central avenue; gar- back. Return to Orlando Bank and party of four or more. chilly days, as if you underwent the constant annoyance of tending a dirty, "cranky"
age built. Chas. P. Pow.Lettuce Trust Co. and receive reward. Orlando _________-_- f .25
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12F 11-3-tfe Winter Maitland Park_ ___--_-_--- .30; furnace. And there is no fire to build, no soot or ashes to struggle with. When you
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'ned n -plants. 502 onion W.cabbage Central MISCELLANEOUS. Country Altamonte Club---------------spri-gs-----------;; -X.60 x enter a room, simply light the Gas Heater and you have warmth; when you leave turn
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av R 1 1214tfcftouriAT I CEO. T. HULL CO. Ocoee Sanford________=_______- -J-Jft- JC it off and your expense immediately ceases.
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F A BARGAIN'-1912 Winter Garden ._._..UJ J.
Phone 105. Rock Bldg. .Room Oakland
id ;, thoroughly overhauled 3. J-X
a ddressed gu to be in Al shape I Call and sec us if interested in real Clermont _____ ---------- ,
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--29-6t- Rodenbaugh, Orlando. estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop Lockhart .--------0-
Rental Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal
I erty. carefully attended to. Apopka '' 100 Bills
11-9-lmoc -
Golden! too
SAl -
toy -
clearef" acres of land, part Oviedo .--Hn By using Gas Heaters in all but the coldest
'ona straw) fenced. On the Clar Umbrella PeCovN'e and repaired Ft. !! i weather you can halve your coal bill. Gas
prick quarter ' mile from "while wait." Pine Castle .50
road Lockhart. you YoungU Repaird Taft __ __ -- 1.00 heating is much more economical than coal
'ermS.ain at $2Sr AJ.ncrc $50 down A bar an Shop, 21 E. Pine St. Kisrimmee- --: 1.50 heating. And it heats where) you want it,

:Dentine!. N. Kane, cure St. Cloud __ h.h----- :.J-5 too-not the basement or the unused room. We have a Gas Heater to fit sized
\I'IITnUST any room
PRICES
12-:::>-6t* : TODAYGet Phone 487.:

GORDON TRANSFER in house. Come in and it.
see
the Real -Saving. Ch..rk"l'.nnl... T.: 1 HAKRKLU: B*
The 't -- All lOc articles S c. One cent and Hauling of All Kind
+ttle C
'hop to located chi over "imvlng" pnnie from every -
II ckworthtbull d floor of Yowelldiva.. article purchased. Nothing charged
tor ?, at left ot at these prices Prompt delivery Pansy Plants Rose
'.12.8.tlc Ball Grocery Co., No. 11 W Robinson ,

FOR RENT V avenue. Phone 118. 1.1::23.7tc: Bushes Petunia ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
vi''ahed two story tur- ,
f leveees, dwellinr eoaven TRACY & SOMERVILLF-CarpTnT;;:
blocks l from two II !: porches, two fete and cabinet makers. Screen PlantsLeave
and West poatoffii. corner Jackso11.24tf doors and windows, frames bleeping GAS DEPARTMENT
streets. J! A. Knox. porches, counters, shelving showcases
.:. refrigerators, alterations and your orders Jtf<
FOR T?E*\ B W-BBMHi additions. We keep a number of
with i ali T-Two? &nished roomsalDletto skilled workmen constantly on hand.
Stonvenienc4J. Apply 209| 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo 1e.
five 'rom Post Of- Violet

OR 1127tfcoom. NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea I Dell /Rst.

REAjT_ sp-vialty of deeds, mortgages,
See btractive business leases, contracts etc. Price
H- very rea J.
arag A. Berry at the Ford1111tf M. CARUTREJSPlloae
sonable.? Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East ;

Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc' 509. 108 soatji.'ca. 8& .

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LOCAL AND fRSONAL


Mrs. A. A. IdbettldatLeauntly,, .
loca ted at 203
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will,,t
W it. nrokaw biotof to kin.
ImttM. and SL t'toud0.1.\ ., *|hrte, he
halt bunarea!{ !
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Glad Tidings WI IJ8i} fFtFfii @t f4itIF8Hi } ;
i\\ HH+II.tfip, Ie fit\18Flll@
The .safety- !t of you fund, eo:Dp' rt\z lit! nHt\ t th!(I IEIP !IR nlillijf q4: ; : t

lien ef euF official*, premptneM' ana n qt b
courtly ef our employe' and f friendly r ? ftj AIAR82h iHfr; r'l.r! Ali'A:i iW fll s :
; \ tAmAHRW. fi: l 1 \ fH ,rNit I.h!
I int t :r t in yewr welfare are all points! that\ fAr I e i rFFt'i :1 IHh'r kt\

the mate\ BanH> i invite* yow tQ Aa\Wer fl, nawdeR' j left! \ Yerrdarnernin ,

when phopsing the institution ypu will nr the GAast Ise fsr P,. w .

t banK{ with days t.and pn whece.)\ siness.he W1U spent\ &eyeral' 566 % INCREASE ..

We solicit small as well w .large ac

counts-both will have our equally careful Ride Hamrick'8 Jitney but, fie
u-18UMr. in customers-and a still

attention. Max Avner arrived in Orlando 1 larger increase in deposits
THE yesterday afternoon on the Tampa
Special, coming from Chicago, and is In---3---years
STATE BANK the guest of his father-in-law, Mr. M. :
Levy, at the Pittsburg Grove. Read our ad on page 4
OF ; i :
Savings checks are good as gold .
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ORLANDO Ask for them whenever you buy any. .-. .',
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thing! IMl-tf o.'0 .
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After a pleasant yuletide visit to ... . . :f.. :. ." .::
her daughters, Mrs. W. A. Hutson
and Miss'Belle Limerick, in Jackson. :: '
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vine :Mrs. :M. E. Limerick returned l. .. j ..<::}
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yesterday to her home on North Or. -,
ange avenue. .
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i WP f TAKE YOUR FORD to H. R. Berry,
at old Ford shop, Church and Main
N. streets. 12-31'lmoc .D'-i : ; I;. I D'f:

Miss Nellie Kinzel, who will be _. '_. _' _.' ._ _. d,_. _. ." _" .
pleasantly remembered by many as
one of the popular and efficient tea 1t. .. .
ers at the Cathedral school at its last ( ... .- .. ." .:. . .. ., :0':' ., ,. ... .C" . ,. ... ., .....;:___ zW
AYNENUPMOBILE session* has arflted in OrUhdd frottt _
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Council feturtst lows bri a Visit ::::: i
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IHd@ iiahitltlt'i )jllftlY! b\1lt.\ 6h
I Id- it-4f _
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Miss LillidH! MakkHi, & 8 lilutfRliH >
OLDROOK JPDEALIR J d fiUFii\ who fueeiikfully?\ pile:
; \ th@d tIPP fFef@ leR h@r8 li t Rt I t@f",
but \vhe hm!\ bwn f sptndiFig< !iem@ tim I
JPPEL 0 DltO IR Uhl I iie, r@t iris IJ! te t)1) tale\ )fU:
tPF114Y tlHmlRRIe@F{ the MI8M! Three New Studebaker
Service l\4!! Et t' Ihe't3avinE't I,

checks: qnl nccepte4 "I Fasp
11tllIl al\viruu! J I"fH\lel\t, \ fit the Touring Cars
t'lIo"lot N"iicni | flunk n.tHf
T: i
=I Mr f P. A- Smith, who was called toeUn4

on Monday to act at general Better drop in now and pick out your new car
superintendent over a force of mechanics
has returned to Orlando better
satisfied than ever before that
this city is the best place on the fid
of the globe.

II.Fish *Soy er received dally. San Juan Garage Company
M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc

New Ford Home Mr. R. H. Hopkinson, who arrived Orlando-Daytona ,
in Orlando early in December from .
Now Open South Columbia, N. Y., after spend-
nig a couple of weeks with old school.
mates in Tampa, e
returned to his
209.11 South Orange Avenue
Telephone 386 home afternoon., 312 West Church street, yesterday

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Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, RIDE hour in 12 Hamrick's miles for SUt.Jitney Bas 8-28-tfe one ..II.I..II.I..I..I..t.. . .r'.r' r .. _'. .fa .1 f'I'1'.u

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Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Friends of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Bass,
of Nashville, Tenn., are glad to greet "' 11111111 OMIIIMMMIIIMIMMMIMlMIIIIIM 1111 if ft MtMMMiM 'Hft/
States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." them again. They arrived in Orlando
yesterday afternoon on the Tampa : J

"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." I usual Special they to spend will make another their season.home As at !.,,

the Summerlin.
F. G. RUSH

TAKE YOUR FORD to H. R. 1 I
streets.at old Ford shop Church l2311mocAmong andW

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the recent guests register. :
ing at the San Juan hotel are Mr. n j< .
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and Mrs. Ira L. Weil, F -Y+ TO OUR FRIENDS .5ic4
till III It 11111 11111 Illllllllllllli 11111 11111 III' of New York :, =
city. Mr. Weil is making .
a
trip '
through Florida in the interest of the .r AND PATRONS /
THE NE "EST DESIGNSIN Liquid Carbon company, and Mrs ;
SILVERWARE, JEWELRY Weil is accompanying him. .'
Jress
: It gives us great pleasure
AND NOVELTIES of
Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam i gratification over the cordial rtf13
bouillon for sale at all .
Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand cers. Cohoon Packing Co.leading. Orlando ero- _. the past. Renewing our hope f jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always Fla. 112.18lmocCOME
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, uance, \e desire to convey to Tur appreciation "
bracelets, etc.When AGAIN
new apd beautiful designs are created, we are and the season's grf 8s*
among the first stores in the country to show them. You Claude White, of the Milk Depot, s
never buy out-of-date articles here. extended New Year's greetings to r't
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. Thereare the Sentinel in the form of a dozen
some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething glasses of extra fine buttermilk yesterday .
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come afternoon. Come again, say V
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the we!
best opportunity.
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to A CORRECTION
that. The Christmas program at Unity
r Chapel was rendered Friday night in-
stead of Sunday as stated in the

4 Sentinel.- The Orlando Bank & Trust Conpany

T H. EVANS DoctorsBuckmastcr

& Brmidagu :\ Orlando Florida /


JEWELER' Personal Instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00'
at Klrksrille, Mo.
132 S. Orange A V"., above Peoples
.. liiiiiiiiiiiitttttini in tiiin ttitttttittiiii National Bank. Phone 678. MMMMiMI*


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