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The morning sentinel
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Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Daily South Florida sentinel
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Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
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Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).

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NUMBER 2:>6.




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Premier Dato Declines to Accede


Washington, Dec. 6.-The sixty- introduced AT PRESENT
$30,000 FOR ST. JOHNS RIV- The postal service estimate is de- IOf during the day's business. + 44444 + + + + + 444 +
fourth congress of the United States these six hundred were public TIME
ducible from + SPANISH
the total because its re- I CABINET: RESIGNS: +
ER IMPROVEMENTS. met ar.d organized today in measures and the remainder were private +
ceipts are turned back to the treas- a flurryof +

BY U. S. ury. That leaves $969,492,929 as the political and legislative; excite- I bills and pension bills. CHINA MAY GO BACK + Madrid, Dec. 6.-The Spanish +
The Democrats TO MONARCHY Y
are in control of
actual total + cabinet
of appropriations congress ment. The formal organization; in the resigned today. The opposition +
HOGEUSGOYEHNTESTIMATESReaches U S is asked to meet, or $167,853401 ,- house and senate was accomplished ( elected branches of congress. They + supported by former +
more than last I Speaker Champ Clark in the + Premier Romances
/ year. and arrangements made for a joint : house and Pro Tern. President Clarke Carranza Recognized by Four served no- *
I Many Requests for Increases session tomorrow when, the president ''I of Nations in > tire of a proposed motion to give *
Arkansas, in the Europe--Japan
One and One-quarter Not a single establishment of the will submit his which Is senate. Republican 4 economic questions priority over +
message et-
Billion government: asked for less than was petted to be the most important I Mann gave the complimentary ts Expected to Fall 1 4 military tned! ures. Premier Dato *
to Vote of the
given last year Many requests were I lie communication of the Ub.// Republicans.In in Line fr declined l to accept the motion >
Military Preparedness! made for Increases because of deVelophients (ion. and addition to tbe flood of political and left the chamber' 'later pfe *

Program of the war in Europe.. the European, \var, possibilities!' forpence legislative demands which confronted Washington, Ut>l', tf,-President tenting the cabinet's iftnatlOt1! +
The state congress five minutes! after it + to Mug Mfon,.,
department asked for +
I neutrality investigation", tthd had convened it received Wilson will disregard the! appeal l of <
Washington, Ire (da=Florida has i many Increases, Ihelu-litid $I HIIJO I:! 'IUE'etlbt' !!! of I ietehue! llllutilt{ aH a|ll" lacy of the Treasury MAdw from Hefre-ptotl- W, J. Bryan that the United Htateimediation 4 444444 4 44 4

teen liberally provided for in the estimate ! I for additional l fleffcctl l force in the de= Iit'dt-itht't a9 i stun itS fOitgrpaq! wagtotioaliy Write\ which Miittewiilrilp! (Kit ,,tfl'ltt.pili rifer \ to settle! the! Kuruiwui: ,
Jirtltinplit, $25,009 additional I for > "Hrfioux' .Hlluatinn
for in session I lit the It/olse war these in Close! tough with the
i titer IUlllluul"Ir I
improve gatefnmsnlal! | l
: toitllitiet of lif4fee de atfdirea, and, IiIlllllt', :2,1I"* liiIN, mall' revolution) were ( pMipndilurp ever pleshtatit! matte it clear that he will Wa>hinjftf& ppe, Ii,-The gravity
1IItIlJwd for the
went ail lII iflttsIHHlI'@ wsik fur the 'z5,000 for transportation! and eub= -- --I--nettl-tear- of-hilt, snake no further |pence: proposal tu tit the issue I between the United

coming/ year, awmling to the wommendation I' 'liitottlll', and $='00,000(} instead of the - - -- the European;: .belligerents until the States nod tlermany over the 'question | -

*: submitted to congress today n: ,(III II} naked' before' to enable the LEE AUDIENCE HEARD A R D DGOV. BOARD OF TRADE FAVORS warring nations indicate that they p' the recall of TaptHoyEd; and

by >Secretary of the Treasurer president to meet unforeseen emergencies are prepared! to entertain such proposals Capt, Von Papen, naval and military
arising in the diplomatic anti attaches of the Herman increased
embassy, -
MMdoa, More than one million dollars consular service, TRAM Ell "WHITE WAY" a today when the state depart-

I will) be the PLAN ..._....
spent on waterways Department of Agriculture momt l..t It I. J..n mn n.. I.
China, _. to__ Ut'lIItorelnnArrhv____,_. _!.._n_.... "
of Fjcrida: if congress approves the The department of agriculture Washington, Dec. fi.-Reports' received -I refuse the request of Germany: for

recommendations. That thia will be asked for $2,500,000, the same as last SPOKE SUNDAY AT ELKS RESOLUTION, WITH QUALIFYING by the state department from evidence upon which the recalls are

done is not seriously questioned, for year, for eradication of foot and MEMOKIAL SERVICES PROVISION, FAVORS its consuls in China indicate that the baaed.
mouth disease, $45,750 to enforce the The requests were received throughthe
the rivers and harbors committee, of AT GRAND WHITE proposition for restoring the mon-
cotton futures act, and $10,260 to en- archy there will receive the poular German embassy at Washington,
which lion. Stephen M. Sparkman, of force the insecticide act. vote. and through Ambassador Gefard at

Florida, is chairman, has included j Postmaster General Burleson again Excellent Music Was Rendered; Between Orlando and Winter Berlin Count Von BernstorfT claims

nothing that savorsof pork barrel proposes to conduct the rural free de- lion. W. 1'. Watson Delivered Park-Trade Body Will He Nations Recognize Carranza that Germany's honor is at stake as a

appropriations. AH projects are In@@tlv |' livery service for less than it has cost Eulogy; Services Represented at highway Washington, Pec. 6.-It was an- result of the recalls on the groundsof

n___,., _Anti,,_ wnrthv.._. ....,._ in previous Years. His estimate for Insnirimr- Meeting nounced by the state department to- obviously implicating the embassy
$300.000 for St Johns River ;, the service is put $48,500,000, com- day that England, France, Italy, and if not the German government itself

Should the appropriations called 'pared with $53,000,000 appropriated Eloquent tribute was paid the deep By a unanimous vote last night the Russia formally recognized the Car. Count Bernstorff insisted that his

for be made, the sum of $300,000 will for the year which ends June 30 next. principles of noble fraternity by Governor Orlando Hoard of Trade favored the ranza government. An announcementof government was entitled to possession -

be spent in improving and maintaining AlmoNt I'ark Trammell Sunday in his following motion presented by W. R. similar action by Japan is expected of all the facts so that it can
$46,000.000 Asked for oration before a large audience form judgment whether the action of
the St. Johns river from Jackson O'Neal: tomorrow. The form of recognition

ville to the ocean.Estimates ItivtTs and Harbors crowding the Grand theatre when the I "Whereas, lion W. C. Temple, was almost identical with the statement the United States constituted an "un
Washington, Dec. 6.-Almost $HI- annual lodge of sorrow of Orlando friendly act" or whether it
for the more important mayor of Winter Park, has suggested of recognition issued by Secretary was justified
' Florida waterway projects follow: 000,000 is nuked by the army engineers Lodge No. 1079, Hencvolent and Protective tho advisability of the establishment Lancing. l Iy the attache alleged "improper

Apalachicola bay, $20,000. I for maintenance and Improve. Order of Elks: was held. The of a White Way system between Winter Advices received from the west activities in military and naval

Improving Hillnhorough bay, $390- ment of river harbors for the twelvemonths Governor held the great audience Park and Orlando, the cost of coast of Mexico today say that Car. matters."

000. I beginning July 1, 1916. Estimates closely and his address was considered which will be $10 per month, providing ranza troops have driven the hostile The possibility that a serious break

Improving Pensacola harbor, $30- of that work submitted to congress one of the best ever deliveredin that a contract can be made for Indians into the foothills north of the I in the relations of the two govern

000. I today call for appropriations Orlando on a similar occasion. five years, and indicated that the Fuerto river. Twenty Indians were ments may be the outcome of the requests -

Improving St. Lucie inlet, $200,000. aggregating $45,839,510. That amount "To have a tender and affectionate town of Winter Parak would pay one- killed. for recalls was discussed free-

Improving Indian river, $20,000. I is $7,538,308 less than was estimatedlast memory for a departed loved one or fourth of the cost: therefore. ly today. The general, opinion in official -

Improving St. Johns river, $332- December would be required for friend is one of the noblest impulses I Be it resolved,- that the" Orlando Over 3,000 Ask Atlanta Mayor's circles is that Germany will be

000, including following items: Completing | the year ending on July 1, for which, which throbs within the human Board of Trade endorse the proposition Recall obliged ultimately to withdraw the

improvements and for mainte-I! after a filibuster in the senate defeated heart", said the Governor at the but deems it inexpedient unless Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 6.-A petition two attaches and that the adoption of

nance from Jacksonville to the ocean, |! the rivers and harbors appropriation opening of his address. "That fra- the right of/ way for at least sixty signed by 3,236 names was presentedto any other position will be contrary to

$300,000; completing improvementsand bill, $30,000,000 was appropri- ternal order which revers the mem feet in width can be obtained, which the city council this afternoon ask all precedents and propositions of international -

for maintenance between Jacksonville I, ated in a lump sum to be used for the ory of and honors its dead is to be right of way, if obtained, can be ing for the recall of Mayor Wood- law.

' and Palatka, $16,000; completing purpose by the war department. commended for the sentiment which planted in shade trees; the Orlando ward from office.

improvements and for main- I The great commerce bearin'rivers actuates its members in paying their Board of Trade pledges itself to the The petition will be followed soon BE A BOOSTER AND GO TO

tenance between Palatka and Lake in the new estimates demand the larger token of esteem to their brothers who furthering of the three things, and by another asking for the recall of GAINESVILLE TOMORROW

Harney, $16,000. I portion of the money, the Missis- have been called to the Great Be- that a committee be appointed to fur- three police commissioners by a
sippi leading, with a call for almost Are YOU 1oin1! to Gainf'nTm. t.nI -
All other Florida river and harbor yond. Indeed, it is a sublime senti- ther his -
proposition. ment which is the outcome of
$10.000,000, and the Ohio following __ _u_ supporters morrow.morning;; with thest of the
estimates are under $20,000 each. with $5,509,500. ment which moved us to assemble today \1r. U'Aeal was appointed chair- of former Chief of Police I good roads boosters who will attend

Among the estimates for work on with hearts of affection to offer man of this special highway improve- Beavers, who was removed several the quarterly meeting of the Central

public buildings are the following: cur laurel wreaths-our sprigs of ment committee and members of the months ago, asking for his reinstate Florida Association
Orlando Not Mentioned TilE WEATHERFor lilac and the heart's token of love, committee are J. N. Bradshaw, Seth ment. Highway which
meets tomorrow
Jacksonville, for lookouts at post- esteem and devotion to the memoryof Woodruff, and M. O. Overstreet.A The council adopted a motion to night and
Florida: Partly cloudy today Thursday? If you want to go and
office $1,500 Bartow : ; our departed brothers.
; $24.000 for committee will "file the
probably petition, ordering it to take
fresh north and northeast winds. have no means of getting there, or if
continuation; for construction, De- Governor Trammell devoted muchof sent the Orlando Board of Trade at a its legal course."
you a car and want to attend
Land, $10.000; Lakeland, $500; Live his address to the impress left meeting at Jacksonville, December 13,
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + the biggest good roads convention]
Oak upon the hearts of men and the when the
10000. St. Johns
+ + pages; river route ques Not One of Birmingham's 14 Candidates in the history of Florida, see the
+ WANTED + of history by the character of a noble tion will be considered. Gets Majority highway committee special
composed of
Estimate, of Expenditures + A young: lady for business, ) de + man possessed of good qualities. Other matters were discussed!' such Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 6.-None Messrs. W. 11. Robertson, W. II. Bro

Washington, Dec. 6.-Estimates for I' .*+ trice par mt'nL Apply at the Sentinel + More lasting is the record of these as the necessity of having/ a good of the 14 candidates received a majority kaw and Charles Hock.

the most elaborate program of expenditures + must! hate this morning.recommendation.Applicant\ A 4+ qualities', he declared, than any shaft representation at the Central Florida [ In the election here today for This committee was out all day

ever asked of an American + good opportunity for nome one. of granite erected to their memory. lllehway Association( meeting at the two vacancies on the city eommls ; yesterday! trying to induce membersof

congress in times of peace were sub* + + Keferring/ to the Elks: he raid: Gainesville! December S and 0.Tor .lion And the run-ott will be held next the association/
4 + 4 + + + + ! to attend the meet
milted today proposing( n total outlay 4 + 444'AUTO + + + "In its precepts', In Ho( tenching', in the first! time In history! n band Monday ing .if you are not a member

of ,1t.r..M1.IiIOIC 1 or $170X ..1. 114 its supreme put-po, our order endettvor prrehaded the Hoard of Trade, Mid ran entity l-wome I you
one by paying the
Wore t than wa appprorlated last, I'I INJURES to exalt manhood, t tn extend( ] l hnt"| fillinu\ nn rneak'pnient! at the ftlt'tn"t'r"tJIII| fee nf 12. The' committee

year, The great Increase N almost SCHOOLBOY miinthy)' to tho e bowed In w rrw, lucerne thrntrp t Mr. WUh.lrlllf| "t- CIRCUIT COURT TODAY Mute= that it I lit handlM.pfi by*

wholly duo to t the admlnlntratliin I and tu iflve the helping, 'hand and (emitted to speak three time, but the opening| fit circuit court and be.

plan for military preparedness. Clarence: Co\, Years Old ur.1 word of encouragement! to the poor each time the land! played H pew *(- cause those who ran po are letting
Mare than .) ) of. the total !sand 11'hllney'lll
||,1.1.1111I1.0.)1)| < ( > Errs llrokcn needy Its \rry foundation U lon Judge Preside- "(leorge! do It." Show your publicspirit /
I.rir When HeDitfthe
inmate U fur direct expenditure on | brotherly love and lave for humanity. Only Two Cne!'*-School by making a sacrifice In orderto

the army" and navy, with millions in Front of its mission then can not be in vain Tire of a mysterious' origin Sunday Hoard and Co. Com'rs attend this meeting.

more to l tie usqt| in roast defense and! Automobile I Indeed the reward! and! harvest are destroyed! the residence! of Mr. and! I Also Meet Up to last nigh) the following cars

other fortitt Kkm work.. -. I and will .be abundant for alt who I.I I.Mrs Wallace. Thompson. east of Orlanuo. had l been pled 'ed to make the trio:
By establishments! the amounts Another school boy ) meet standards L
was the high .
injured I fixed this
asked were I by iteiuroing from an automo. The court house will be a busy V. W. Estes; T. W. Mathews (Rock));
: yesterday by an automobile when fraternity. bile drive they found their home a W. W. Rose (Weathersbee
Legislative __ __ place today. Circuit court opens with and Dan
______$ 7.57.1,372 The ,
Clarence Cox, 7 old, dashed eulogy was delivered by the mass of ruins. The Thompsons live iels) M. M. Smith
Executive" ----__,. __ 30.807.S05 'i years in Judge Whitney presiding. Jos. II. ; (Reese, Ramseyand
Judicial -- -__________ 1.3fi8,500/ I front of an automobile driven by Dr. I Hon. W. P. Watson of the local lodge i j at Long Island, Me. Jones, state's attorney, will prose Glenn); E. G. Duckworth, L. B.
Agriculture __________ 24,159,089 and he paid deep tribute to the mem- Fort, 11. O. Overstreet R. B.
cute. The session is not Scott,
E. Akers to
F. on Orange i expected
Foreign intercourse .___ avenue in of the departed brothers
5,426,699 ory of Orlando of "God Is Love" and "The King of W. II.
Military -- ____________ 152,3 -1.259 I front of the Orlando high; school lodge. The invocation and the Love" be a long one as there are only two Reynolds, and C. W. Entzminger -
was apreciated by all. I'
Naval __ They There to be
- 211,518.074 cases on the docket. The appears plenty of
Indian affairs --___.___-_ 10,175,0.16 building. The accident occurred at 1 benediction were delivered by the were accompanied by Miss Roberta school board and the board of cars but few are planning to go.

Pensions .- ___________ 160,565,000 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The injured Rev. T. H. McConnell, D. D., pastorof Branch. Mrs. W. D. Aldredge added county
i Panama canal -------__ 27,535,469 lad, who is a son of Mr. and the First Presbyterian church. new laurels to her reputation commissioners will also hold sessions
i Public works _________ as a soloist today. DEATH OF WINTER VISITOR
104,644,689 L. C. Cox
was taken Dr. The rendition the
by by
quartet, con- by "Face
Postal singing to Face.
I service _________ 316,364.879 Mrs. Ella S. Harvey, sixty-two
f Miscellaneous ____ 98,290,563 Akers to McEwan's sanitarium for sisting of Miss Eliza Wright, }1rs. 1 The orchestra, which was under the
Come and see us for that Xmas years of age, died suddenly Sunday
| Permanent"appropria medical attention. He sustained a Helen O'Neal Palmer, and Messrs. direction of Mr. R. A. McIntosh, ren-
tions _______ present. We have many nice things. morning, of heart disease, at her
broken leg and bruises.
------ _- 135,074,673f << severe Walter Drennen and Donald Cheney, dered several excellent selections. as uraaL Curtis &; O'Neal. Apopka home.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING DO Another ABOUT accident IT? hapened yesterday I I LOST-A Black overcoat Saturday I
night. Either on Pine or Church St.
AND WEEKLY in front of the high school Reward for return to this office.
............. bUild-I CASTILE SOAPMADE
.. ?! GLENN .... . . Wlt f when lad knocked I -12-7-3t.
* C E8SINGTOV .8..1"... ..."..., I ing a was
"- -- --- I an automobile. He dashed in front ofa !
Entarrd *t the tMMtofflpc" at Orlando Florid WANTED:: -Boarders. good, clean
*. U Pwond C1... Mall M U>f.BUBSCIIIHUON car and injury resulted Is it not rooms, for the season ?0; and $7 ,
time that some drastic steps be takento "r w -ek. 10.1: Sunitnerlin

I .............fcATKbDaily. ........... ttM prevent further Injury? Signs i to r i-j-t.; FROM
D.II7. 1 Month' ...................... 1.0 I "drive I nlow" do riot keep boy from Itreet.-I I
I Month ... ................... !.>' FOR H1'-T-FurIl: > .
Dally tfeilf. I Month. ....................... .*0W : ladling into the lItrt'ctInOrudor'; year or Beacon, corner

-' ..k1,.-1 Y. r77.... .. . ........... 11.00- and trurhcr'rt warnings to the schoolboys and ('un'orl't'n; ,, rooms, sleeping' PURE OLIVE OIL
hot wuter.
1 do not K"<,,11to I he of tiny hvail.I 'porch garage t' Apply) j
ILL tllHCKII'TIONH: :I PAYAHLK IN What south\IH' lo about\ it? Divert 1M: : EM: ..I. Concord, next' ilu.or. l'J; .7-Uc I I
-= - - I trnlTic entirely from streets In front WANTKD: =l''liltiQIIU l louleMman bookkeeper, I ,

ADVi'KTIII1UtCI" ,... of Mrhool' houses? This U not practicable. in store, unxUtunt in office I IMl'OUTKl: 01.l1Oil, QUART. . . . . . . . .!jOr

.."..."f..,aiu>4 k. h."d..til In .at lh f. ba4lU ......... I Put up high fences around. fctendy or\ hotel place, or considered.crew manager.Address Any i IMPORTED: OLIVE OIL TINT, . . . . . . . . . l."c;
... ,
$0 ,in..."...! f.,p.MleatThi....oat ....."1....' It U in? This would prove too ex. 12-7-U I CASTILE SOAP L11.:;
....rU..l. ."< .lil k *lri.llr >.l>.t.4 U.8ub tensive. Wire might be installed
-- --- ---- email I FOR RENT-Within two blocks of
..... &.lrln( Tb dMttin dfceoft.rtaiMd around the outer curbing at a Florida Sanitarium, 5 connectingrooms
should notitr ,hot. eUwrwU effle in .U,IU.will. entb be expense. However, the teachers can nicely furnished with groundfor ONE POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILL :MAKE 5-lOc CAKES. CALL UP TODAY -
...*..U"ant..1..... at regular ubMriptioa re... not be blamed. The school boy or garden, price $25.00 per month. AND LET US SEND YOU A SUPPLY.
antil nolle to atop Ii i ,..,* T.I.'..... N.air .. .. ... ... ........... M girl Fonda.-12-7-61
but to
never dash into the streets
TUESDAY DECEMBER 7, 1915 remain in the school yard. Parental FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Buick
obedience is as essential as teacher roadster, recently overhauled and
obedience if we are to keep the boys repainted. Will sell for cash, or will
exchange for a lot or for a largercar.
DECEM ER. and girls from being crushed beneath Write Auto P. O. Box 869. StoreJ.
automobile wheels. Parents do your, 12-7-6t City Drug

duty; teachers, do yours afer the chil- I
dren reach school, and boys and girls, I FOR RENT furnished Suite for of housekeeping rooms, completely L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida

for the sake of humanity, obey the in choice part of city. Gas, electrcity, I
rules of the school and stay within heat, hot water, a small porch, $35 i
the yard! per month. 514 Magnolia Ave.- I
SHOP EARLY 12-7-Gt ,

WHAT THEY HAVE.o AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Rep touring \ ARE"One [ 1 1 I FOR SALE!

The Orlando Sentinel' closes a long I car, -i doors, good repair, tires "HERE YOU I
--- -- --- nearly new first party here with I II Ii i My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
editorial in defense of the 350 citi- and Robinson Grounds attractively
$100 gets it. Also z cylinder Reo, avenues containing Orange avenue.
Shop early and avoid the rush. zens who compose the Orlando Boardof I with light truck body, $50. Theseare ; I hundred and sixty acres located Library, R-jception Room, Den, Sew arranged, and sprayed by underground -
,) Trade that defended Orange coun- big bargains. Geo. E. Bates & ing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen. system.
The season this year seems of brick roads, Son. Altamonte Springs, Florida. on public road, one 'mile from Pantry, Grocery Room. Lavatory, all ; Large garage and log cabin playhouse
open ty's $600,000 system 12-7-tf I and school, overlooking a on first floor, with bath and a sleeping etc. Will sell furnished or un
about fatal to the hunters as it churches .
as with the following: apartment with eleven windows I furnished.and
is to the game. 'Orange county has her 60 miles of : beautiful clear water lake. This seven closets and storage room on 11-7-1m

o superb brick roads and Orlando has WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS I tract is well timbered with pine tim- CHARLES P. DOW
What to and where to buy are members of the
buy her fearless 350 SWEETHEARTS 1 ber and will cut 300,000 feet of lum-
questions answered in the Sentinel's Board of Trade; and the Central ber. This soil is well suited to the
advertising columns.At Florida Highway Association and the CHRISTMAS: IS and
fruit, trucking
of citrus
have Clarence crowing
o Florida Press Association -
the present price of eggs, how E. Woods." COMING: general farming.

would it do to save the shells for I And we'll confess it looks to us as This is an ideal location for any

decorative purposes. if Orange and Orlando had the best I Buy the "Men": a Box of man who apreciates opportunity. Onion Sets 1 !
o of it.-St. Petersburg Times.
Radium has dropped to $36,00 a o NEW SOUTHCigars Price $1500.00
gram, but we have decided not to lay LUCKY.I .
in our supply until it reaches $35,000. have eight turkeys and twenty ,

o hogs for sale. Who wants them?- Just '& few for late planting-White Bermudas only-
Cupid carries a bow and arrows S. J. Triplett, in St. Cloud Tribune.
because he has no convenience for What do you know about that? Ar F F. A Wallace Realty Co Get yours before they are all gone.
carrying a gun.-Minot (N. D.) Optic- editor with eight turkeys and twenty , ,

Reporter. hogs! Just at Thanksgiving time
o too. Rut for the fact that we know A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn Room 3 Arcade

What has become of the old fashioned .; Triplett to be perfectly .honest ant a Good Humor For 1916. Phone 117 Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
woman who boiled a whole ham virtuous we would be temnted to asl ,
and sliced off 1f it for a week?-Macon where: and how he-ot-'em.-Tampa \ - - --- -- --
News. I Io Irl'Ople Tribune.SUGGESTIONS. 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

back who numbers.gossip Conversation are now considered to- + + + + + + + o+ + + + + + + ++ Grove for Sale! I
he dressed in the latest style, should 2200 fine bearing I -
+ ADVKKTISKKS: 80 acre Lnkcsitc, 35: acres in Grove;
be clothed in kind words only. Seedlings. Close to brick road and
o I' + budded trees; 300 \ FORAGE GROCERY CO.
+ In the hat few days the Sen- + town.
We can't all pet rich in Wall street + tiiu'l has received scores of at- + House, P.arns, Outbuildings. I'LA. HOUND STEAK per pound . . . . . . . . . . . 17c
because some of us have got to savea 1 I+ tractive designs in type-nich + SALE :! (FLA. LOIN AND 1'ORTER HOUSE, per pound . . . ... . .17c
few dollars to lend later to the men + |>latcH and electrotypes, all do4 + )I Big SACRIFICE for QUICK rillTK$ ROAST FI.OIUU.Pl'r pound . . . . . . . . . lOc

who are now buying war stocks. signed by talented advertising!' + X'Lt'I SALE CHUCK STEAK FI.OHIU.Pl'r! pound . . . . . . . .12'2c
rand Hapidi Press. I' + artUts In New York and oilier I FLA. IIEEF: : STEW, X pound fur. . . . . . . . . . . .2tc:
--0A + rilien. these' cull are varied + FLORIDA POIUILIS.: whole, per pound . . . . . . . .15c;)
paroled corn-lev of South Dakota and Ju..t the I thing for the lire ad. + I Orlando Real Estate Co. FLORIDA. }) PORK( CHOPS( ) per pound . . . . . . . . . . r c

must serve out his term "l'Cnuhe! + \erti",er to dress up hN ('hrl..t.nla. t- + E. II. HUADLEY. FLORIDA PORK) STEW: per Hi. . . . . . . . . . . . 12'/ic'
got married while nt liberty. Pretty 1+ .. advertisement with. We PHONE: ."01MIMMMIMHMMMMIMIMIMI I 1 i WESTERN: : IIOIU'UOPS, 2 pounds: fur. . . . . . . tic: '
hard lines for n mnn who was taking + would Mieueitt that you come In + .WATKLNS HLOCK SI.ICEI)11AM: : 2 pounds: fur. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15c
the bout way to behave himself.-St. + I the Sentinel office and inspect + 1 I HOILED$ HAM: per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33c:

Paul Pioneer Press. + |'I.| ,-"'> rutn. They no doubt will + HENS. LIVE, per .pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c ,
o 1 + pro\e interesting" to you and will + ;> .MMMMIUMM SMOKED: ('OlJrTItSAlfSACJo; ;, per pound . . . , . .20c:
When n man makes a success of + make your (ChrUtnta advertUement +
Home enterprise he generally inflates 1 + hate a *|>ecial appeal and + I Booklets :
hu roast and give himself all thecredit I + hlRnificanre. The Sentinel N\ al- + Christmas Cardsand
Hut failure I look-out for hints + I .
for the achievement. + "U>H on the 1 A.B.COOK& MPANYAWI
l>o his lot he puts the blame on '+ and hUKireMions for our adter- + i
his grandfather his own wife. I' + tiers and a look at lhcsc dcticns + Exquisite selection(from Ic. up) Also Souvenirs, :, i
+ I Novelties, Stationery, BUILDING : ORLANDOAS
-v--- + will convince you of this! Novelties Toys, Japanese CHRIST

The better, the roads and schools of fact.PROMOTE. + and Magazines.
any community the better will l he the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + AGENTS we invest money safely for our
St. ,
and hence the larger will ; 22 W. Church
their real and personal
& H'III manage
be its yielding power and the larger SPIRIT NEIGHBOR' Br'l"ham I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT ;
and other obligations
their taxes
the spending, hence the better for the LY INTEREST property; look after
and the trader. Good rentals interest and dividends.
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roads and good schools help In acknowledgment of the kind- i

o nesses shown during her long illness, : INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds
The oldest Confederate veteran in Mrs. A. F. Wood, 903: E. Washington -

North Georgia, W. it!. Tanner, died at street, opened her home Friday evening .
his home near Rome, Ga., aged 97 for a musicale. A very pleasing FOOD STORE MATERIALS
years. lIe resided in Floyd county program was jjven by the hostess! BUILDING
for sixteen years. lIe is survived by and her friends to the friends and \

two children.A acquaintances within a radius of four GroceriesWe I AND CONSTRUCTIONWe
o blocks. The gathering promoted a
COMMON SENSE spirit of neighborhood interest and I
DECISION. I'other homes will be opened from timeto Have a Line of Dependable Goods. Our Prices Are In

A Raltimore automobile owner invited I time as these evenings are heart- I Line. Call or Phone Your Order can save you time, money and worry on your

a friend to go riding with him. ily appreciated, and those who can do : building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
The friend accepted and they startedto 'I'so are willing to take a part, while I II Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.
the country. The owner of the all join in the closing old time songs. : ,. -
machine was evidently a speed maniac : No refreshments are served. About :'

; at l least he didn't drive the car i thirty guests were present.WOULD I'-.
with discretion, for he struck a telegraph I I
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pole, and the friend was in-\\ MAKE nI.LLIDIY \ .11..11 '. i 1

jured. Then the friend sued the i
\ If You Do Not
owner of the car, and obtained judgment The Packard Motor Car companynow I \
for seventeen hundred dollars. I employs 10,179 people at its Detroit The Way We Maintain Quality!
The supreme court of the state of plant. More than 500 of this
the Chalmers has like a locomotive and rides
Maryland has just; passed upon the \ number have been added since November power

case! and affirmed the judgment. The I 1, and the great mass of We WILL not let our feeds get old. We have some sweet like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
held that when one invites a that from the forty
court workers surge OLD we
friend to take a ride, the friend hasa I factory buildings every afternoon at feed that is still new, but for fear it may get Church street, or phone 223. j f-

right to assume that the driver will' 5 o'clock would make up an army of will close it out at $1.60 per sack. There are only a few
use proper precaution. If he is care- formidable size. s
less, he ought not to be allowed to sacks.

plead, as this fellow did, that the Col. E. A. Thomas, formerly one of CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
party who accepts an invitation to the largest and most successful or- ,
take a ride, assumes all of the risk. ange growers of this section, but now
The Maryland: court rendered a com- residing in Orlando, where he owns The Co-Opertive Produce Co.W. .
mon sense decision, and it ought to one of the finest homes in that city Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

be accepted as a leading case and of fine and beautiful homes, was S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 11 EAST CHURCH STREET. PRONE 22&THE
govern in all other states. greeting his Arcadia friends in the .1

o city yesterday and today.-Arcadia ..
The want ad's the thing. Enterprise. .liillllltlMlllillMllilllliMMM

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Great Stocks of New, Fine Goods are at the counters\ and more arriving dally [It 1 is a pleasure and satisfaction\

to choose this early and unhurridly from ample, fresh stocks.) It is i a satisfaction alga to know that




latest styles, double and
Hand Bags-The
Line very
I Two Clasp Kid Gloves in Black, Tan, Brown and White single strap handles. All fitted, of the Blouses of the Hour

$1.25 and $2.00The $1.25 and $1.50Large Hundreds of exquisite models makes our blouse section. the
I '
most attractive spot in the "Big Store."
Assortment Hand Bags-Seal, Pin Seal, Crepe Seal
New French Kid Gloves in Black, with heavy White and Moroco, all with fitted coin purse, mirror, some with
stitching, also White with Black, the very latest powder box and perfume bottle, Special value

$1.75 $2.50 and $3.00Beautiful $1 25 to $7.50Fashion

Hand Bags, all styles and shapes, all colors, silk and economy go hand in hand; blouses of stripes
and leather, nickle, gilt, gunmetal and shell frames, beautifully
Kid Glove*.Tan. Brown and White at fitted.
Misses and Childrens and high collars; some beautifully trimmed models, and at

$1.00 $3.50 to $10.00 most wonderful low prices.Xmas.


OUR THIRD A :xrna..SBXTRA SuggestionsFor


Pitney( ilu!::e_;=;=__=____________;-___you to fliUOftuK'y
I I4 ItUNiNINU OVKH WITH MANY 1IKAU1Imi SPB?EWAL I V pal!: ==;=;==SSSSSBS; ; ; ; __,..,._| 1OD() to |>
ginoklim( JHt'Mft' t ,IH{ to $10OO
I AND) tfp4I 141'IIII flIP'IIMIh11t ==============
Men1 Hull i |iy,6J() to fillMMIM
n'n ()\ !iTOHt\ !! ====,=u======!lflBO f) to |!JOi
\ \ "nw Hup\ Our Duiera ttprp IHFKJC enmiuli,, tn lw; in New YmK, at the right time liiHittl lHulKei'Qhiefiis,93( ( =s====-r16e to 6up
nf nil KintUWnru I>' Muffler ,.. asae-liOQ to ffl-Ofl
\lrnH\lrp\ *:
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nail mnilu their\! wwilerful' purchase nf' Imwitlful umbrella A fnll( l
6o 'to |1,50
Mun'ii Nf.'c1\wunr |
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(Ulas Wnr cnmiMi( | sfK'i-tlon! Including many nttracti\B nuvt-ltlua: ,in.. nuM umlHihtr Divas invun|,, ...______-______--?|.()ll( id $I.ou! <)()
China of IVnil Thueu linihrt'lladnrii .. ...._____,..
"''UIW) llniiilloa\ eotuu Inlaid' with Mullit-r t U-Htlur\ rnllar II isL'8) .f l.oo to $
('Ill (Jin** tvally u ivnutiKnlilo, Harbin and ulll ntaKo$ a lnaiitlfultna4 Cull' lIu tt II,I lit uuun---------..Jjnc to $'M)0( (
Hlhi-r WuruAluminum 1II"'It"IIL H.' IIH or tlU'1t'ol't( II up to $10.un:.! > Kxti'a: S14'III Salo\ i'rk-u :.ShlrU --------_____________,..-.f 1.00 tu $IS.OOSwiiiti
I \\ Wiu'd 'rs uuucn'.U:.! to$111,90
IMiilitK) Uouin SuTuitcil \\ Haiti C'uatM------___.__________$5.00' to $:'.!(1.1)11I'alullns )
I Itoom SulUt! ...=...nunu....==$1.CO) to $5.00:;
I'wlor Sultu Men'H huts ,?.-?-,______,.....$:.OO to $fl.OO
KlU'lit-n OutntH 5.98 Mt-n's Ik-ltH -=.,,,,,_....,..,.,,,,'J5c: to $2.00
Unix/'*' Men's Cap --.--....,___.......-fiOc to $2.00
Iron J hells Night Shirts __=__=u________=____50c tu $1.50
Fancy F'ietureaLace Bath Robes ___?_.............3.50 to $10.00
Curtains Men's Silk Hats ________________________$6.00
and useful presents.Don't See These Umbrellas on Display Hose Supporters _____?____________25c and 50c
Hundreds of other beautit il' i Tie and Hose Sets______________$1.00 to $3.00Men's
fail to visit 3rd fit )r while doing your In Our Window Canes __________-_________$1.00 to $2.00
mas shopping.


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The United States civil service
WinterPark News commission, ha< announced nn examination ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
for the county of Orange COMPLEXION
Florida, to be held at Orlando on Jan No. 4 West Pine Sreet
uary 1 H, 111 Id', to 'fill, the portion of
molar rural (' rtt'lrt Mnltlntid and (Phone 161
Oiltimlo) HIM' vacancies that may later CREAM
Daily Budget Of Hems ConcerningThe
occur on motor rural route from
I |is)toiricpfl in the above mentioned DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
Town And Rollins CollegeSTUDY j I county. The alary on motor route

j I range from 'l 1,500 to 11.800 per An.
num. The t'xamlnatlolwill be open You will need something to protect your complexion ;
CLASSES MEETThe ..: PACKARD AUTOMOBILES only to male citizens who are actually Phone 72
study class in American Lit domiciled in the during this cold weather. Extreme
territory supplied cold
erature, of the Woman's Club, enjoyed !Henry D. Joy, president of Packard I with mail by a postoffice in the coons Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- destroys ti.sue ;
I a very interesting meeting at Motor Car company, Detroit was ty and who meet the other require Davis McNeill Block faster than it can be replaced.We .
the public library yesterday afternoon elected a member of the !board of governors meats set forth in forma 2121 and
under the leadership Mrs. of the Aero I
of Club of Americaat 1977. Form 2121 be
may seen posted sell all of the
Herbert Halverstadt. '' good face creams and ; !
a meeting held in New York this at any postoffice in the county for can recom-
The class in music and drama meat t week. His acceptance of this offer i is I' which the examination is held, and Victor Starbuck
the home of Mrs. De Bachelor,, in line with Mr. Joy's other activitiesin form 1977 and aplication blanks may mend one which will just meet your requirements. A i i
under the leadership of Mrs. Switzer. support of national preparednessfor I be obtained from the offices at which ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW

defense against war. I|I the vacancy exists and where the examination good complexion cream will soften, nourish and protect ; ;
NKVV: CLERK AT A. Phone 161!
C. L. OFFICE The Aero club I is seeking to apply is to be held, or from the
John Hartley, who occupied the the lessons taught by the great the outer tissues
war and
United States civil service com ml a- : keep the complexion fresh and
post of assistant clerk at the A. C. L. !in Europe, and to impress upon the' ,I don at Washington, D. C. The upi No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland, Fla ;
ticket office last year, has resumed government at Washington the lm. j jportunce I pclntt'e to this position will be re- youthful
hi* position and will remain through of providing\ adequate aerial 1 1 quired) to furnish, maintain, and op.
the cowing winter. Mr. Hill, who hail fleets for military purposes In the> ernte a modern motor vehicle with a
l been rilling the I position temporarily, United Stator, !
carrying! rapacity of not less. Own *","I<><)
linn I been transferred to the Hartford Mr. Joy point out that we must. pounds. and n ruble! rnpticity of not R. RAY WHITE
u If ire fur the niton. have (some rapid development l of aircraft ,
IPM than 80) f"ct. AppllcnritH must
In this country If we are to 1 Ole\ with their applications( a .Matt. ATTORNEY-AT LAW LUCERNE E PHARMACYPhone
keep pace the important ttrlde*1 meat of the equipment they will be Room 41
) It. A. Carnine, of DeLnnd which
ocrupiccl are being made abroad under able to (provide in the event of np'pointment. -
the pulpit ot the Methodist the stress of war. Applications should be Watkins Hlock Orlando, Fin.
church Sunday evening, delivering a It H reported that experiments! are forwarded to the commission nt 2 We Give Savings Checks :
sermon of intense force and interest now being' conducted under Mr. Joy's ,
Washington" 1 n C., nt the earliest
upon the subject, "Searching and supervision looking to an aeronautical date. t
Finding." The college students! at motor of the high speed multicylinder practical Worthington Blackman ,II II 111111111111111111111111111111 , , III , , . I II.
tended the service in
a body. type.
MUSICAL TREAT 0 ATrORNEY-AT-LAW ti rlftHfN tKifMNftM I . , , , u , , . II - IMIIMII

ACCEPTS NEW In place of the usual evening ser

All unpaid WINTER taxes will PARK be promptly POSITION vice at the Methodist church Sunday Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck New Overland at $800
evening, the large chorus choir and
certified to on January 1. Please call 1 Mr. Geo. C. Keller left yesterday the excellent orchestra cave the large worth Building.
at the Bank of Winter Park and pay afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine congregation a musical treat. The Oversize Tires, Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
up as soon as possible.C. for New Orleans where he
has croir at this church consists of some
D. POWELL, Tax Collector. accepted a position as travelling rep of the hest voices in the city, num- Phone 72
12.7 2tc resentative for the Mergenthaler Linotype i 1 l.(";ng several soloists, amt those who Buick 40 at $400New
company. Mr. Keller has many {I I failed to attend certainly missed
BUSINESS :MEETING OF BAND friends in Orlando who will) be pleased I(r something out of the ordinary. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Tires and New Paint
The members of the Winter Park to learn that he will), in all probability
band held a short business meeting i make this city his headquartersand DRILL TEAM: NOTICE and Counsellor at Law
last night for the purpose of discuss- that his estimable family will not The drill team of the :Modern Wood
ing several matters of interest to the remove to the Crescent City. men of America will meet Tuesday Davis & McNeil Bldg
organization. After the business night for practice in 1I.* An erson's ORLANDO FLA. Winter Park Auto Co.
meeting a short practice was held. 1913: FORD RUNABOUT office at 7 o'clock. .

MEETING ()MODERN: ; WOODMEN ) Original cost, f.o. b. Orlando.$490.00 I

: TONIGHT North system East: starting______and___ lighting _____- 100.00 ARE YOIT GOING: ) TO HAVE YOUR Dr. F. F. Thompson If i
The local lodge Modern Woodmen Shock absorbers _______-_____ lfi.00 11.11IS HOWARD'S FAIR .iMMMMMMMMIMIM . " . ... .. ee M >MM4..>
of America will hold a meeting tonight Seat covers ________________ 12.50/ BABY SHOW DentistFormerly
Pointed radiator __ ____ 21.00:
iit Hooker Memorial Hall. Thief proof lock __uu_h_______ 1.60: O) Thnt !Baby Show at the coming
Five County Fair, Is going to be some
show. of New York
WINTER PARK NOTES Total ----------------014.0C' ) Lots of willie people have caught, on
Driven only six month" Whnt will 1 and Howard's( 115 SOUTH ORANOE
'I Stud!in is stacking up
business you give me In cash 7 Address"Henry
Winter Pnlk people, like Ford," care Sentinel picture!'*'' .
those of larger cities, tire enthusiastic office. 12-74fc your child! In it? If not, It i is Over Curtis & O'Neal's

over the "shop Plttl)'" slogan, and I it It1CEl1'E1,1NOTIIEIt: : / HIIII' II N'r your All fault children under! eight years, This i is to announce that we are re
I N, hoped that the Haunt rush of ho1l' 01) OAKLAND Country ai well! a* city children. Sat
lay! trade may be more evenly dlsrlbuttui tmlttV and Wendemliiv. Absolutely ceiving our initial stock shipmentsevery
( over the two week preced Mr J. Ii. Magruder, Jr., rt'l'toI't'li,I no charge. You are favoring tin.HOWAHD'ri .
log, Chrktmiti( than, I U usually the! another shipment' lat/ evening! of ) AVENUE HTUDIO: -ON TIm day.

ease. Oakland CUM They& are l elng much 1-f I: ,:lfa
admired today l II y many a thUon garage New and dean Hardware Household
Mayor! W. 0. Temple spent several Court street.
hour! yesterday in Orlando. Mayor Room No. :3 to Hthullx JUJf. OR. L. H. RAMSDCLk ,
Temple will I leave the last of the week A MUSICAL TREAT: OPTOMETRIST
for Val rico where he U to deliver an Dr. C. W. Fain OK LAN 1)0. . FLORIDA Supplies S Sporting Goods Etc
address and assist in the organize McElroy's Pharmacy attracted DENTIST vig FIT GLASSES, GRINP LENS* ,
tion of another county unit in the many people yesterday because of the AND DO ALL KINDS OF
South Florida Chamber of Commerce. fine orcehstra music furnished by Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to :5. O1'T1r., nRPAT1IWO We earnestly solicit your patronage '
several well known musicians WINTER PARK, FLA.uoth ,

Mre.! Eastman, of St. Cloud, visited - for which we guarantee
Wii.ter Park yesterday on businesiccnntcted

sation of with a local the branch proposed of organi Royal SURVEYINGPlating Price, Quality and Service

Neighbors: the woman' auxiliary to G n aild n BAD CIGAR STORE and Sub-Dividing

the Modern Woodmen of America.
11111I'Inetta Hall, of Chicago, is WORK
Will be
expected( to arrive Friday to take up open
work at hotline College. Miss Hall HAL A. IRISH
"Just Off the High Rent District"Phone
U I a cousin of Randolph Lake, one of Civil Engineer I

the popular college: boys. Monday Morning No. 200 Pine & Court St.

Mr. nnd Mm. John lUle motored ((7 Wfltkin. Illdg.. Orlando, Fla

aver to Apopkn Sunday and spent the

day very pleasantly with friends. F. A. PEPPERCORN Dr. Henry G. HanchettMusic

'Juno a large delegation! of WinterPI At 122 South AvenueNext
Orange Studio 107 America Street
'K 1 topic attended the Elk: memo HUILDER and CONTRACTOf
rial service at Orlando Sunday. PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS

to T. H. Evans Phone 37 In Technique, Expression, Repertory and Sight Playing
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Blackman are
spending n few days! on their ranch. I CLASSES

L. Percival (1) BEETHOVEN iEAIiNGS-Studies) in Musical Structure by Means of
:Mrs. Herbert Lyman of Altamonte, Hutton Lecture Recitals.
visited Winter Park )Oesterday.I'OPUI.U CALL AND MAn YOURSELF U UI AT HOME!!
37 Liberty St., New York, N.) (2)UTJSTIC JXTEIWUETATIOXl"ordvanred Players.


DIES EN ROUTE TO - ---- Informal Recital With Announcement of Courses Wednesday Evening,
ORLANDOThe I -I McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando December 8. 1913 at 8 O'clock. Cards of Admission May lie Had at Estes'
Florida. Pharmacy or Branch's Book Store.

sad news was received in Orlando ACCIDENT HEALTH I I
Friday afternoon of the death J LIABILITY Member F. A. A.
of Mrs. O. C. Nickerson, which occurred AUTOMOBILE
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erson was en route to this city NIl'k-1 S.S.JonesChiropractor
companied by her husband and DAMAGE COMPENSATION CORNSSoft
taken ill on the steamship on which
she embarked at New York. The Painless)
remains were taken back to the homein ..e.
Winthrop, Mass., where they were
interred.Mr. Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO. Graduate of Davenport, la., Col Corns, Callouse, Bunions reduced, Broken Arch '

been .married and Mrs.fifty-three Nickerson years, who, have have lege. treated at my office in the Christ Building, No. 1 East 1 1

been coming to Orlando for a num- A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent i I Specialist on Nervous and Central Avenue.Anna .
ber of years, occupying their pretty Chronic Diseases.4th .
home on the corner of Atlantic and Orlando, Florida
Raleigh avenues. They have many Kaeser Grad. Chiro .
Room 4 and Watkins Block
friends here to whom this will be Phone 700 Floor, Y. D. Building ,
very sad news indeed.
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The local W. C.Woman's T. U. NOTES Christian Tem- :: ==aiN JI: t1

I rltutfon curie# perance Union held a very interesting r

meeting in the parlors of the Methodist Get It At Allen's"Watch

church Friday afternoon. It was
the business meeting for Decemberand
SOCIAL CALENDAR the churches, the
many picturesque
there were quite a number of:
Tuesday, December 7. country, the queer people, the beggars visitors present. :Mrs. Geo. E. 1\lacey;
Junior Matrons Card Club, Mrs. C. G. the caravan of camels, and the reported her work with the young PRACTICAl
Brown, hostess. walls built around the cities were
people as moving along nicely, much
Sorosis Club. some of the various views shown.
Meeting Sorosis Club. interest manifest, and the members
Mr. and :Mrs. Jas. L. Giles entertain The program was concluded by f\ show such a willingness to do whatever Aw10:
;Methodist church board. moving picture of Abraham and r
she bas asked them to do. A
Opening Dr. Hanchett's studio. Isaac, from which a lesson was forci-
of will be takenup
course study
Board of Governors Associated Char-
ities,4f p. m., Tourist Headquarters.Mrs. portrayed. with these girls, which will prove XMAS I Reese entertains in compliment -0- very helpfuLA
tc Miss Pauline Nuckolls. CHANGE OF DATE FOR U. D. C. few matters as yet unattended
Wednesday December 8. MEETINGThe
to from the state convention were
U. D. C. will be entertained by Mrs.J.
date for the
N. McElroy, at 3 p. m. D. C. meeting finished up very satisfactorily to all. .
Equal: Suffrage League. which was to have been held next A letter of read
appreciation was
into regular watch, be
Club, Mrs. Irwin Dunn, Friday afternoon a or can worn on
Fortnightly at three o'clock has
the from Mrs. Fulton,
by secretary
hostess. been changed and the meeting win be GifTS neck chain; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold
Bachelor Girls, Miss Elizabeth Bran- thanking the Union for their help and El
ham, hostess. held tomorrow afternoon at the same sympathy in the loss of her home at cases.
Entre Nous Club. hour. Mrs. J. N. McElroy is hostess Interlachen, by fire, while she was CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE HERE I
Unity Circle, paper by :Mrs. S. B.Whittier for the afternoon. .
here the convention.The .
"Ida Tarbell.
Thursday on December 9. The program which is to be en- treasurer had a good report ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Rosalind Club, Miss Elizabeth Porter, joyed will consist of: and stated that all bills occasioned by
chairman, Christmas needlework 1. The history of the Cross of Hon the convention had been settled. At Ib.!:I .CD

Country party. Club dance. or, and how it may be obtained, by Our evangelistic superintendent, =:At* 01:1. _
Mrs. B. G.
Executive Board meeting of Civic I Abernethy. Mrs. Macey, gave an interesting report -
League at Mrs. Forde's, 10:30 a.m. 2. Reading, "Reminiscences of Wo of her work. Words of appre-
IIAI'TIS men's Hospital Services in 1865," by ciation of Mrs. Macey's good work COAT OF FRESH PAINT
AT TilE CHURCH SUNDAY Mrs. Seth Woodruff several. J i a house more attractive, pre
were spoken by
NIGHT All members are urged to be present t it from decay and renders it
--0- I saleable: at n better But
An illustrated lecture Palestine
on promptly as important business ADDIttttf: 11V LUCUO: t use the best paint to t the
anj the Holy Land at the Baptist id to be disposed of at this! meeting.AiiiniNj Before the Hound Table at Unity !' results The tight kind for the
church Sunday night, given by Df. --- t' too. Come here for till paint
Chapel Sunday night Marcus e.I"nglt.
W iilanchard Mute, drew forth a ..: l (..' civicimnivi I.1UW Imore of any kind We lon'l
superintendent:; of the Florida (.'hittlren's fur it nna charge but, little
large audience. The moving plctures!I : ': IJOAIW Home Society at Jacksonville!' PharmacyPrompt the tine paints! we are .prepared.
ef Palestine and the many bterenptl. A Meeting of the executive boa d delivered fen address' tot ilellit/|Ueiit*!, )',
COM views I proved highly interesting!' : I tt the' Civil IftKue! U U led for defectives! and dependent! in Flotilla -
and I @ducatlwi. An the It'tYf@lfe Thursday nxmiintr nt I 10.-40, nYlwk nt
He old of the Mate reform firhflill HMsrUniw Paint & 'Wall I'aurr Ct
frhtmn) Dr. Maere delivered hta!! lee< the horn of the president, Si i:? South and of the iiuluatriftl whtm
tyre. He told of the habits of the Main etrret. A full attendance of al now In cowrie ef construction BOaU \ I 205 5. Orangt Avenue

people, the conditions under which the members of the !board! is request* ( ) lie discussed 1 the necessity fJt Phone 261
they lived!, and! showed! the Industries! ; tul! as matters of importance are to juvenile courts, and:! spoke !briefly o t COLKMAN & RICAN
of the such !broom makIng he ,
country, aa I discussed the mothers' pension plan. He also
etc. The views of Jerusalem, Anna L, Fords, president 7-St:= told! of conditions at the various inEtjtutions Delivery

in Florida. Ilia addresswas
" " " It " . . MMMMMMMMMMMHMFROM deeply interesting and was heard Anything

A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY by a large audience.-0- Anywhere CAREY HANDFUNERAL

Dainty Monogram Stationery la an ideal Christmas Gift ; IURACA-1'IIILATIIEA SOCIAL

which carries with it only a sentiment of friendship. TONIGHT I DIRECTORAND
The Thilathea class of the First
Visiting Cards: engraved in a fashionable style are also ; ; Baptist church will hold its regular EMBALMER
a most acceptable present.We .
business meeting Tuesday night at
have just completed a beautiful line of Xmas Cards : I 7:30 in the Philathea parlors of the
In exclusive Steel Engraved ' church. A full attendance is Phone 20
designs. Send for our warn- , requested All calls answered
pies and prices.' an there are several important Promptly Dayor
items of l>u *lne8 to come before the
J. I 1' STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. clfina. After the Iullinelll l has born Night. Hand Block. |

Atlanta, Georgia disposed! of the Philatheu claim will -"'... ....... _..-
meet with the Unrlca111111( for u nocinl Orlando Florida.

++ 0Sll.'Eit- PHONE 639. RESIUEMtPIIONE 457,
II 11.,111,111..11.,11,1111,111.1111. .1* \ TEA: %XVAN'TKO;}) ItoomN, or small cottage,
A silver tea will bo given at the for light houxckcrping." ( Must hnvo -
Baptist! church at 7:30: o'clock Thursday convenience live full particularsand
evening. A musical! program will price state price ,per month. Ad..
be rendered. You are urged to bring
your friends. The tea is given by
the ladies of the church.

Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Shuping are reJoicing *
over the birth of a fine baby JUt LUCERNE
t'r boy Sunday morning. The little fellow -
weighs eight pounds and will be
named Scott Eugene, Jr.

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Governor and Mrs. Park Trammel! TODAY
left Sunday evening on the, Seaboard, CURTIS, & O'NEAL

I en route to Tallahassee. Mrs.! Tram. -
melt hag visited her sister, Mrs. U, W.

Phillips!, In Orlando, and friend In A TIIIU: .I'\ItT LU1HN Insurance Loans Real Estate
Apoktt and Winter Park for the past
week, and the (;iovernor arrived on DRAMA
StearI Vaduu Saturday and gave nft address! at the Rentals
G Gao
r lay J.\klil:\ Afternoon memorial, terviee of sorrow HUH- "A HI'ECIEH: OF. MEXICAN


hue F Feeti ll I1r.Tomorrow Henry 0.evening lUneheU- ,the 107 studioof America MINA MAN"A COMEDY:

street will be opened, and those wah|
nga attend may obtain cards "by ElffADLUUlIU .lulCounts
ailing at Jlranch'a book store or at LODGING"GRAND
Kates'; drug store !>r. Ilanehett will
Lock ignition. ilny selections from lleethoven, Cho. -
pin and rhuberti tin Jtanchett's .... .. . . ... .. . .1. . . . . .. .. .. .. . .. .. . ...
Heal leather upholstry hOhu', which has just been eompleted, 6c! lot'' _
: 18 very beautiful
One man
topJiffy =- =

'the >tnt'luhpt!; t1t the Nd-Nuilas ----
Curtains I
rill"PFli\ eliteHnlnedMf P t t\jfI\ f aft@rIftdl -
\ Iy ". (): II, HliltilH l MH ftt tier
I Full floating: f axle hllm on-(late av@ne@! \ Mre.! I F: I It)

Timkcn Carr wilt "l-e hostess to the slid|\ | He
bearings f@ml'@f 11. The rind j Prize waa won
|I.y Mra- )Harriet filler, A dainty
I supper was terveil in the timing ropw Cash !

$850.00 at Orlando I following the game- -,

The regular meeting of the boardof
governors of the Associated Charities TODAY
I is to be held atI p. m. today at
the Tourist Headquarters, in the Ar-
cade. We are giving 5 per cent discount -

:Mrs. Allan Weathersby-()-- left last DANIEL FROIIMAN for cash on all supplies, accessories -

I.TIV.\ PHILLIPS & SONS night for Carolina, where she will

spend some time. PRESENTS and repair work.

210 S. Orange Ave. Mr.Orlando and Mrs.yesterday Ben Buxton from Vermont.arrivedin HAZEL DAWNIN

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PROGRAM N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
Domino. "The $100,000 Bill." A PRODUCTION
drama, in two parts, featuring Walter -
Fallstaff. "Gussie the Graceful -
Lifeguard." A comedy, in one reel.
Keystone Comedy. "All at Sea." lOc )
A good two reel drama, and two
.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.. good comedies, all for a jitney.

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Shopping Days 15 More ToXmas <<,0 J;$: t :';kr' QGiIN ts rj a f v. It; ;: (4.J, r If; Shopping 15 Days More ToXmas .

Our preparations for Christmas: have been extensive. They ore reflected not only in the large stocks of holiday merchandise! we now present but also in the various arrangement that
have been made throughout the store to meet the press of business that accompanies the Christmas season. Additional salespeople have been employed' and they have been well trained
in their duties.'! Stocks'! have been arranged! for easy and convenient selection. Everything: has been done to facilitate the pleasant and leisurely choosing for your Christmas presents.'

I .lD'oUarVJij, stifts (. J Jv.

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fill ANDMOTH Ell T'ust A. FS\AT Items
Though probably bordering on the verge of .
the "Span of Life" Grandmother's interest and -
pleasures would be intensified should she receive WHAT A HUNDRED CENTS WILL BUY SISTER
on Christmas morning something dearto The girl of today is the woman of tomorrow
her heart, however simple or inexpensive.We no just as much consideration will have to be
feel sure we have in our stock somethingthat GRANDMOTHERA shown her as is shown jrrown ups. She takesas j
would bring that pleasure. May we suggest much interest-and why shouldn't she-
something like the following: A Pair of Silk or Chamoisette Gloves Flannelette Kimona in things that become her-as her grown up's
so she should I* studied just as much. OUH
Comfy Slippers ______________$1.60 One or Two Pairs of Silk Stockings A Box of Handkerchiefs pleasures are derived from her appreciationof
Bath Robes __________$2.75 to $8.50 Half Box Knitting Yarn (any color) A ParasolA the following:
Wool Kimonas ________$4.75 to $6.50 A Pair of Slippers Waist Length
Hosiery ____ -_________25c to $2.00
Two to Four Dainty Aprons A Skirt Length Manicure Set ________$1.50 to $12.50
GRANDFATHER Parasol --_----__-____$1.98 to 10.00

Two Pair of Warm Union Suits Walking Cane
Fancy or White Shirt
of Pheonix Hose
2 Pairs
Outing Night
Tie Holder Pair Suspenders
No* Initial Handkerchiefs __Golf Cap

Wool Waist Length Kimona
Wool Skirt Length Ilox Hand Embroidered HandkerchiefsA
Pair of Gloves Fancy Corset Cover
Pair Silk or Chamoisette Gloves Fancy Shirt Waist 1WOTI1KK
Hex Silk Hose Ilox Hand Initialed Handkerchiefs When tlrother emerges from the embryo
flKANUFATIIEIt state-from knee breeches to pants-he'a beginning -
Though taking life easier now than hithertoUtandlut Umbrella Two Suits Underwear to look at life with more circumspec
has not lost the art of appreciation, House SlippersUmbrella Embroidered Collar and Cuff Set lion, takes mote Interest! In the display! of hll
NOT IIV ANY) MEANS, and his Christmas attire the rut of his clothes must be no and
morning II pleasure would be enhanced by tt 1 FATllEltfillk so! his( Tie must be ,In, tor ; tone and !M
gift of one! or snore of the following! Handkerchief! foHh and M on. We'll help you but Itt

Ml Slippers uu --_JI.23!J (ttt li.60IJBtlhRlHR Wool Cap Couple t of Nice Ties XMAS nuwestlohs! for him!

= Itoi* $8.00 tdMumer -J U.btl Bet l Cult UUHtt19; Srtft btStiff.. Bhlrt' drthe $i.0tf ttt t t.ud
_::::::_ >i.Ud: tJlsttU: ill i u lkNIt 1 t'I! 4hbpi-! ::_____uu I IUd,)
lirllb4tt't; V Ilk lhi t! ;\l 11tpF 1 i htttl ttttFytt U [ !It! I Ufflt !d t ------u !

t r nub \ t'ttfHlkHe "WnklHtfimoiiiiM} 1 SUe


A ttotll 'Tte!: lii I\t\ 'Initial' IIIttltlkHtltl@t
\ (
Mil, Miiltltf/ I I"I t ) limE I tl Jttl hk Ali

tiff! I'inI'fljWM' r ljWHI HjHII,IF HH

1' } StiltHr ,\ (fllln I (r(1HIt I t 1, pI
Puff HHHnn iiiil lIIlilhl' itiIrhI

Tt1nfHni ;

) irllft t tt)4 "1'lillcY1III'a pt PnHrnn
JfnsjeryMesh. i HIHII1nlr CHP I 1.Il'TJ.t filfiTtU
Wt tHH'1l Plil .liLTJIFil\ pprepi4tpEhoutt j iwr asa Mhhtr TIP Will{ play J4n iniwrt| nt iwln' \ 'I-ifp's Jifpry| I
W > | ) yllq ue realize fully \the) nhM Dfiir inter pnShe) may fl411 the IHUIST amt the
sacrifices; / she has JIQ made, 'is making, Parisian Ivory Hrniih and Pom J'anpy f Kimnna may not. She may |>m>me u SufinBI-tte and
and will make for our benefit and imrpove- !Ito$ ) Fancy: nrlnitial tlalltlkerchief3 Motor Veils also again she may not- Time alone tan Ml,
ment? WH PO NOTWe should atone for Silk UOl1crn House Dress but while she is what she n it is up to those
this in a small measure at Christmas by giving who |o\e her to give-as far as their means
her the 'best our pocket can alford. She will permit-Tho&e Heart Desires that the has
would appreciate something like this: LITTLE SISTER been asking Santa Claus to bring her on
Four Pairs of Pheonix or Gordon Hose A Mesh Bag Xmas morning.. Were the following among
Wool Dress length __$:=.75 to $10.00 her requests) :
Hand Hag __________$1.50 to $10.00 A Dainty Wash Dress A Sewing Chatelain
Umbrella ____________$1.98 to $10.00 Muslin Underwear Brush and Comb Hosiery ____15c to 50c
A Middy Waist _.Hat Dresses ---------______50c to $5.00
Box Assorted Windsor Ties Chatelain $1.00 to
(4)) $1.50
A Middy Tie ------------

Brush and Comb Set Three or Four Pairs Bootees
--- Toilet Set Wool Toque
Wool Sacque Box Assorted Ribbons
Sweater Two Wool Undervests
Blanket Robe Three or Four Sets Beauty Pins
Four Pair Soft Hose Embroidered Dress

Good old Dad! lie's FATHER pot a lot to contend with,
and not the least is finding the means to DAIlY
bring up a family. No small chores! If it's ALL HAIL TilE KING! or to be more demo-
raying out, it's Dad's pocket that's squeezed. cratic the "HOSS" of the house. Of course
lIe's made many sacrifices for us-I.t'l's reverse HK wants everything he sees and then some.
order and consider HIM this
the old .OO
We cannot supply! "all" of his needs but possibly -
of the article that'llfickle
time. Tain't cost $
those we mention here will meet "some"of
him--it's the spirit in whch it's given. his demands.
He'll I* pleased with anything like these

Gloves _____________ $l.r.O to $2.f.O Dresses --_--___--_____7fic to $4.60Sncmjpj
Auto Glove _________ J2.00 to $3.f,0: _______________75c to $1.25"
KM Slippers _u_ __ $l.f>0 to $t.iif Wool) Vests _--___.------_&0c to 7&C


I ,'una.tra( ;STISS( FOR TUB: I"STI1I0.ItU.: .: ) 'A full liny of, IllehHk'ii I'kkk'n, Prenvrven, Jam? unit Spiced

We have all the condiments necessary for I j I I New Nuts both whole ftiuUheikd; New I'opeorn, Fruits, Flt'A anti Mince Meats,

The kind of Chrrt'H'> carry, inrludfHLlmlxnrer

Christmas Pudding Pies and what 1 not Stuffed and\ whole Dates, } Imported Hoquefort,. Neufchatel, Cream, Snappy

the I Ciytnllwa Cnfrrlel) and Ginger. Welch Hnreblt, Imperial, Pimento, etc, etc.

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Dickson-Ives Company


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I _---7 Ill VIRGINIA


RK TRAMMELL HONORED served bliss Barbara O'Donnell,
Miss Irma Gorton, and Mrs. E. W.! *
GUEST AT APOPKA Fly.-Apopka News.SPECIAL t coe is:theTOBACCO

The informal reception given by INVESTMENTWe
the ladies of the Civic
League yesterday 1/f l {
at the city hall, from three do ,not but handle speculative investments 4
to five, in honor of Mrs. Park W.Tramme1l which yields you a desire regular an guaranteed investment
wife of the Governor of net income of eight or ten per
the State of Florida, was one of the cent. our service will be of value.
Cook & Co., Christ
building. (
largest gatherings of the kind ever 1.12.26tRAISAY
seen in Apopka.
Mrs. Trammdl was born in Apopkaand SAYS liE WILL PUSH
lived here until a young lady WORK OX ROAD I/4 /
grown, and has a very large number O
of friends here, where Klsslmmoe.,
practically: everyone It. Ramsey, county
I I. personally! acquainted with engineer of Orange county, who has V
her. While the league'! & was the real been .given the contract of auperln*
entertainer, .frlt. Trammel! was tending the building of the three 1
virtually the guest of the city. miler of brick road from the Unlm- 1 1i
Mayor Frank II. Itavia) In hla word* nice city limits to the Orange county
of welcome voiced the sentiment of .line, was a visitor In the city las
the people in referring to the plea Saturday. Mr. Ramsay stated that
use it gives ua when we consider the the delay occasioned, as the Alabama +
high position she has been called to Brick company claimed, by the fad
fill, and much wider sphere which we that the brick supply could not be
hope later eke may reach. secured has now been eliminated.He
In responding to me woras 01 welcome said that brick is now in sight an 1
Mrs. Trammell spoke very interesting that the work could soon be started.
of the days when each new Mr. Ramsay said that insofar as he '
house that was erected was looked could he would rush this work, or THE CIGARETTE. OF 9UAUTV J,1
upon as being a step toward making see that the contractors do, so that
Apopka a metropolis and of the large the road will be completed and ready
place the town and its people had in for use when the Five-County Fair
her heart. in Orlando opens early in Fabruary. THE best' cigarette tobacco on
sandwitches and cake were
served, and music was enjoyed. BUILDING A HOUSE grows in Virginia-
The guest were received at We In building or repairing,: it is well,
door by the ushers, Miss Jeanne V. to remember that all your materials cigarette tobacco's birthplace.
Berry and Miss Mildred Williford, may be purchased from one place, 4
thus saving the cash discount. And '
Every Piedmonts
who escorted them to the contain the
reception thing: to build a house and plans and only
committee: Mrs. F. Witherby and estimates furnished free. See samples
Mrs. J. F. Briggs, who conducted I Co., and get prices. Standard :Supply;; choicest, mellowest Virginia;
Christ ,
them to the receiving line: Mrs. T. J. ,Thus the
Smith, Mrs. S. W. biggest-selling cigarettes
Eldredge Mrs. F. I Mr. F. I* Billingsley has returned 1
II. Iavi Mrs.V.. T. Berry and Miss to Ocala from in
Orlando America
and will ngnin,:
Lizzie are Piedmonts.
Welch (the last Try
two being,
: make this! city his! home. Mr. Bil)
aunts of Mrs. Trammel! !,) who introduced lingsley will sell the popular Dodge them-today I

them to the guest of honor. cars. Ho will be joined l here later l hMrs. y VALUABLE COUPON "",g..,
.,jChampnrys and Mrs. A. C.Star'rJ : Billingsley and their son<.- IN EACH PACKAGE
poured the tea, which was: :Ocala Banner. -

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I Great BED and Bedding SALE 1-! i ci1JJ2Lt'


We want to thank our friends and patrons for their cooperation in
store and now welcome each and making Our Annual Clearance Sale just closed the most successful
to visit sale have
every store we
our during the next ever held in the history of the
like to have you feel that this is your store-a store where every one receives week a cordial of big sacrifices in Iron Beds, Brass Beds, Wooden Beds, Bed Springs and Mattresses.. We would
shopping without question. Put the burden reception; whether intent on purchasing or just sightseeing-a
on us. It is not that store in which do
necessary tell you can your
be satisfied or we are not. A store in which service is the upper most thought, but not you a the place merchandise where you pay you exhorbitant buy here is prices guaranteed for service., when you say it comes from Hand's, you must"""

h Mattresses alid SprinsI'A 1

fortunate contract with the mattress manufacturers before .

I the advance in cotton enables us to roll good cotton
_ M __;=J I mattresses at prices our fellow merchants must buy them ,nll ll '. .
I ( I for. These mattresses are all guaranteed pure, white j 9 ,

long fibred cotton felt. No mill sweepings, or waste, and, ( I r I

1 at these very low prices.
$18.00 value, 2 piece 45 lb. Felt Mattress__________$15.00

$15.00 value, 1 piece 50 lb. Felt Mattress__________$13.25

$45.00 Brass Beds reduced to _________ $12.50"alue, 1
$33.50 piece 45 Ib.
------- Felt Mattress__________$9.98
$35.00 Brass Beds reduced to-_________________$29.75 S10.00 $20.00 Iron Beds Reduced to
value 1
$28.00 Brass Beds reduced to-_________________$23.75 piece 45 lb. Felt Mattress_________.$8.25 $16.50 Iron Beds reduced to --------_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-______$15.00
--------- $13.25
$20.00 Brass Beds reduced to__________________$15.75 $10.00 value, 1 piece 45 lb. Felt Mattress__________$7.50 $12.50 Iron Beds reduced to--------____________$9.50
$15.00 Brass Beds reduced( to. .$12.50 $g,50 value I 1 piece 40 lb. $10.00 Iron Beds reduced
Felt to
--- ------n- -- !nttre. .--n--.----$6.50 ---------___________$7.93
$12.50 Brass Beds reduced to.--. . ..$9,00 $8.00 Iron Beds reduced to.___ _._ _
- -------- $5.00 All Iron Bed Springs for n ______ $G,98
._ nn
-n-- --- _______-.$3.75 $3.50 Iron Beds
reduced to.._
------------ ..$2.75

Our supply cannot last long at these prices better get yours now


(a.olll'{ ; WKUMCIII: ; Oscar



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PROVINGITS 1 ,.. . ............. .. ............. ...............................................
ORLANDO 18 FAST NAME Brief Paragraphs. Tell The Busy t tt t

"City Beautiful"There Man What The World Is Doing I "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

hut bean over 10 miles of Boston, Mass,-The Republicanstate considered the possibility of joining ;
brick streets put down within the committee received 61t787 during with the entente powers, or had been t. Unless Budded
city limits" in the past year, borderedon the last fiscal' year, and spent requested to do so. r-
each aide by concrete aide walks, (61,687( according to the statement Announcement was made Thursday
which will be completed this winter. of Treasurer Jesse II. Baxter The night in Now York that. Mrs William from Bearingtrees
Beautiful homes demand beautiful, number of contributor was 1,100. Randolph Hearst became the mother
sidewalks and streets, and it takes The Jews In America have contributed I of two sturdy boys early Wednesday ; .
an three to make a beautiful city.If more than 1,300,000 to the relief morning at her residence on Riverside --- trees of a known
a rood sidewalk baa not been of destitute members of the race Drive. Dr. Edwin B. Cragin reports ,
put down In front of your place you in the war areas and in Palestine, according both the mother and the twins to be I
are not doing your part to make the to a report made public at in excellent condition. Mr. and Mrs. i
city beautiful. New York yesterday by the central' Hearst now have five\ children all Quantity and

committee for the relief of Jews. boys. 1

"I don't know when I'll return, butI Edward il. Trafton on trial at
Call the expect to come back much wiser Cheyenne, Wyo., charged with robbing I : Quality of Pro.I .
ORLANDO CONCRETE than I am now." said Henry Ford twenty stage coaches In the Yd
WORKSand before Balling for Europe Saturday lowitono National Park,July 24,1l4, 1

get flffurei on all claim of con Gen. Goethali, governor of the Panama was found deferred.An guilty:. yesterday. Sentencewas duction..O.W.Conner. .
crete work. Canal Zone, will venture no prediction .
as to when the big waterway, explosion and fire at the pump
Phone 493 401 Long St. now closed by earth elides, will be reopened station of the Manufacturers' Gas ir *
I to navigation. Reporting to / .
company: near Kane, Pa., Friday
Secretary Garrison yesterday Gen.Goethala caused a loss of more than S 100.000to Tree like these will work for you while you sleep. They east be
Convinced laid small renewals of activltiei the company and compelled manu.facturing crown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
. .and new breaks of a minor 1
nature made an accurate forecast im plants throughout that section :.
f ..Y..," said the specialist, "a. he possible. to close because of a gas short .
stood by the akk contractor, 1 can
care you."- The Chinese government made age. The cause of the explosion has Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
"What aiatlr will it coat," asked the sick formal denial yesterday that it had.not been determined. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

m"Ni sty..:.e;; d o Ilir; -." nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished

a "You little."will' replied have to the shade contractor.your price"I SUPREME COURT RULES IT KIS- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nason and J. F. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

trot s better bid from the undertaker." SIMMEE CASE Hildreth, of Brattleboro, Vt., motoredup trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex

't' and The his specialist competitor stood got pat the on job.his price Tuesday from Orlando, where theyare istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

We are specialists In cur line ,of Kissimmee.-The Florida Supreme spending the winter, to call: on tion. What would YOU do in their place Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

work will and pay unitary you to condition stay on the prevail.It safe. Court hat.afirmed! the decree of the Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harvey, who also trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE '

.i... lower court ia the cue of Seminole came from Brattleboro and are interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Land & Investment Company plaintiff spending the winter in Apoka. time and money to bring into bearing.
in error, vs. C. J. Rothrock, de. Apoka News. Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone,but buy your trees where

fendane in error. ADVICE TO BUILDERSIn you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
Steam Laundry Messrs. Massey ft Warlow, or Orlando -
in the of producing the one thing
and Lewis O'Bryan of Kissimmee proper practices propagation express purpose
FRENCH DRY,CLEANFRS represented the plaintiff on ap the cost planning of brick your veneer building with compare: wood. Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
LAUNDERERS peal. H. D. Geiger represented the Think of the convenience and economy Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
PHONE 88 defendant on apeaL of buying all materials from one work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 60 per cent can be obtained our

I Rothrock was the plaintiff decision in the firm.the Consider other tide the of investment your house as, wellas and say, over the ordinary method of propagation What then Is the fifteen to thirty cents in
and won the
lower court our service will help you. Cook & comparison? CATALOGUE I'ItEE-Write for it.
S. tieieii i Graves against the company. Co., Christ! building. 1-12-4-4U

Ehampoothg, Manicuring! facial Mas- Little Isabel Strong arrived home The stores of Orlando are showing
modem safe, Scalp Scientific( treatment principals given* under My yesterday from the Me&wan hospital!! pretty Christmas things!I. and Bentl-
treatments have given tnllt'el1.ulla- at Urlahdoj where! she was taken feeV- het advertisements guide thousand Ocklawaha Nurseries
factory frestiltB!!; Ah electrical bodvrtiassare1 Hat weeks ugd for art bperatiori fofehdleltlsi Ihtd the chops that sell them
Vrlf relieve tohestpH; !! and
WohdeHU''rut fof hetiralifUk fthdherveus il lief hiah y friends will
li l! it )
trouble**: ail stjrnuUtwi' eVeFjibftfaH Lie! glad td leaFH that tth@ hits almostfhtlftty I'hoft@ 5 foe 0 Wi i'fepfietoF, T ftl@flfttt'lrJoflttLG. :
Irl tht! tiBjy.fend bHHKft bar ltJ Ffe 6veFed! and wilt Sbbfl be.all !
ijU tfeetl fiFtuwlteft. itus!Itfr( 6R j *I ganf6FdIn IlaFald
''fieri ftF.hwittRii. ef lei birt aawi\ :: fipt.= ; FISII I AND OYBTIiHS Orlando Florida
ApeiRtmeftts t flH1 G. WRIGHT Agent
I y en .ftpjieaueft' : !
mad* fyhone{ 6fy, HOUFS\ 9 It / a yeap 4,478, 1 8\H\ ef tflbhlna\) I Fresh!: BWJF DayWAMEGKER "
;13! ii rn-.i I t&! 6 ft nf, 8f@ peibl!! \ < and Orlande FPmao e.9RfaF fll FISH CO
PAn 1tARY t t1Hf
reading this maximum i any
Ream, Ne wall'1,'1 \aArlh Orliwto,t$"J14i', 'rhrift t" I PthaF place' in this wer4t!. 39: West Church Ptrttt .

l SchulU IUdr,
Watkins Aldo
Suite 6 and 7
Suite 1 and 3

will cost you nothing to advertise your Real Estate in this .

space. Give me your price and terms today. Your .I

property will be listed and advertised at

both offices.

'.'.;:.1 1 i ORLANDO and WINTER PARK

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minute Fide from Orlando on a bFiek roads Large buniralew lots around the! Lake ean be had!} fromf

F g to 1159 eaeh, Five and t ten aer trat facing Erick road! offered! ftt extremely low prises For

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h I"Ii|)Ie, ANTi' H\(\|" PI|yate amt III@Iol
ESTATE III. HUJ Nurll\Ui OrAligB I $ 'HVenMB JuatReal tinea of Autumnhila\ Hepftlf

t H-IIU'ht.a11$ Work VulffuiUlntf pile ) I
orp. SAN JUAN fun HUNT; -Uy tile Mason month, Estate fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
A tlftiollne and fair
MOTEL. : uf pear, ono UiBlaln;| lat( for light I tURfS
hiueKesiliitf( | | also other roatni. and
iraratte, elwltlri!, (\\l1 I .bhil liaih In price, S. West St. $2300.
|""UBI. Apply|. ioo! last CUhll1 1',1, .eve
//oustsiars I'Oll m'.N'f=l&mH1UI& { l lArK", airy up, For Nino Years ---
,PIIONI! 111
Blair tieii, rttom, ret'phlly! '' f''J@f..J'' ,

meaty venlpnt furnished t.iltlIUlIl!: |twin Imth. iron, Also I ttll1'l Litch(10". w.., Jiffinon Strut W@ have been in bush at th t , C. A. HOVEY

BALK: And of room, Nice.Iy .
enetts\ uie. lUMfMtr tt
tuning .Am@ location, Corner of South
.. 1 wstt'.l. \ rates. Address
fon SALE: Oil Itt,NT=Uy owner, anew "Landlord!' !," care of the Sentinel,I Hand Wood CompanyWood Main and Church Street,
I modern Mjnettlew\ with l six !laid=Imae
large rooms, hall, bath, ana with every
convenience to make a desirable, homllJ fOR JENT{ ; 8Hmmer' cottage; also I of All Kinds Phone 226 I
Dice lot) desirable location near Lake suite of four rooms with 8 beds;
Cherokee} price reasorwMej house also 3 room flat for light housekeep-r ; PROMPT SRHMCRFRJCJl Orlando' Leading Repair Shop
will lie l completed latter part of No ing; electric lights, bath, telephone, and Garage I I

vernier. Also have a em room cottage I attractive grounds ?12 per monthup. I RI>ASONAlllR ____ ---_u __ __ _ ._ __ __ _ _
and a smaller bungalow, with 10V.. Concord avenue.
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price and terms to suit purchaser 11-28-lmc

have rent. also Address several Kentucky furnished Home rooms 511 for I FOR RENT-3 suites of_ new light I

Palmer street, Orlando. Phone 686. with all conveniences T S
housekeeping rooms

11.12-lmo* I near Eola; park pleaspant; a sunny neighborhood, "homey"; 111 Nine Outof Ten Tampa SpecialVIA Fancy Assorted Boxes

FOR SALE- Dwelling, six rooms place 41-2 blocks from postotfice.
I ;
with the Model if
practically new, nice condition 307 East Pine street. 12-1-61 people I will 1 mention
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, meal
asked where a good may
Lake very
and shrubbery; near
desirable location. $4,000, terms. I FOR RENT- Furnished, pleasant :be obtained at a reasonable and
," Box 33, Orlando, j suite of light housekeeping rooms Atlantic Coast Line
"Owner \
Fig Address 11-16-lmoc ,I''on i first lights floor and, bath telephone in connection garage; electric if- ,moderate price. And these nine Oranges GrapefruitsTangerines

FOR SALE-One new 1916 touringcar desired; private family. 312 North I are right. Standard Railroad of the South
windshield and lamps.A I Main street. 12-5-1moc If we fed but ten people we
body, top
Ford Garage, I I' do at 25c each but KumquatsPACKED
bargain. Act quick. FOR RENT-Large two story furnished could not so ; Reinaugurated Nov. 15th-16th
South Orange avenue. ,
209 dwelling modern conven- \ if we serve hundreds we can
two sleeping porches two
and do.
will rent completely furnished, blocks from postoffice corner Jackson I ScheduleDailyLv. AS YOU DESIRE
new, modern and attractive home, and West streets. Jas. A. Knox. We have made it possible for

lawn and shrubbery, near Lake i 1124tfFURN'ISILED 1 to live well in Orlando Ar.
Eola; two stories five rooms bath 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00 p. m
screened sleeping porch and summer ROOMS: -Also lower at a moderate cost. 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25 p. m, WINDOW OR EXPRESS OFFICE
dining room. Address Owner. Box flat for light housekeeping, all con- Our 25 cent regulars and 15 1:38 p. m. Lakeland 3:07 p. m
397, or call at 312 Broadway. veniences. 211 East Jackson street 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51 p. m
11-10-dw-tf near Methodist church. 12-2-Ct i scent specials are good all the 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m This Box Will Solve the Problem of Shipping Fresh Florida

time. 4:05 p. m. Sanford 12:43 p. m Fruit Direct to Your Northern Friends
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, FOR RENT-House on Lakeview I' 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:44 p. m
furnished and unfurnished. Also avenue on Lake Adair, newly Oysters fresh every day. 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15 a. m
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI painted six rooms and bath. Inquireof This Is An Entirely Separate Department and Will Be
have to otTer before you buy or W. II. Stuart, phone 1009-3 rings. Equipment will consist of Pullmar L
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pin 12-1-Ctc Broiler-Observation Parlor Cars, A. C Handled by Mrs. Taylor
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. r- -- L. Free Reclining Chairs Cars, Standard
10-8-dw-lmo TO RENT-I.arge room, with board OPEN DAY AND NIGHTTheModelCafe Vestibuled Coaches and Com
- --- suitable for two people. Reason- bination Coach and Baggage Cars.
FOR- --' SALE OR TRADE for good able. All conveniences. Close in. See Her at Dr. Phillips Office
mobile, 10 acre tract 7 acres 212 East Jackson. Phone 406.
d .,red and under fence fruit trees. 5 12-4-tfc
For Information Call on
room house irrigating plant barn and -- -- --- I BACK OF JAPANESE BAZAAR
garage 6 miles from city on brick FOR RENT-Large airy room in W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. I
road. Address "Trade," care 11-18-lmoc of the new modern home every convenience W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A, .
Fla. surroundings
Sentinel. Orlando unexcelled for ;
---- - -- one-half block jitney bus; kitchenetteif Orlando
FOR SALE--A good five room house, desired. Reasonable. Phone 082.
in fine condition in good location; I Call 10 Hast Amelia. 12-4-Ctc
and cold water; three lots; a bargain I NV. T. ENTKICAN
hot for quick buyer. Call at the I WANTED LICENSED CONTRACTOR :L.,itniber', I...,iltllfcS: JrlUCl & llil1.; les

Summerlin. 11.20ticFOR Ii WANTED-rIa- - list all kinds of-property for

S VI.E-Fine saddle horse cheap.See I for sale or rent. 1 am having. PAINTING, DECORATING ETC.
-las I.. Gi1e 1123tfcKOI ; mnnp applications for houses, furmslicd
I will be
und( unfurnished.
SALE=:Ijirpe refrigerator nn.l I glad to list what you ha'e.Irs.: Phone 217.
other market fixtures, chenp. Jan. II. B. Leake, 45; Last Pine street.
A. Knox I U-27-tfc.i;' Phone 17U. 108dwlmo'l'OSITION

SALE One Blickensderfer & I ]]'ANTED-Experienced OKLA.NDOCement
desires position where I I
Underwood typewriter, cheap. Address stenographer nnd hard Slemons' MillineryI.AutES'
Box tH2. 12- -12tc ,brains, executive ability
work will gain advancement. $100
I. month. Address Stenographer,
FOR SALE Fresh cow nnd calf: 2 care per Sentinel. 12- -6tc Aflalite Plaster and Lime
miles south of Orlando on Pine HATSCHILDREN'S HATS
Castle road. Jas. Horton. IJl- -6t. I'I' LOSTLOST -. -- -- ..
selection of
We offer a choice - =
Wit RALE-Five t-omn house, with I I -Small: open faced watch tin Udies Velvet Hats at 12.00 $3.00
lights, enter and gas nut sidejtrmul I pin, liettteen Luke Lucerne ntid the $1.00 $5.00, .".00.
nelehlnthuutli ten minutes walk L. It. L.
I llmtilie, hotel. Moitoeiniii'
I.nlthre rhildreha! tint! "I.t10, $1.5(1( nnd Up
mini |ut!luiTirP.<< fpnn' l nrk. IteUifh It Oilitndo Hunk and
one: > ")"II1"l1ll. tinjiiirp ;Itmtteutnetyrnillh 'IIu. ..t r.0" and m-elve tewnrd11JUte Ihif") pt)"les Ate so pnwl-tthtl nufirhP9
\\I\I\M\ ftdte.'<< I I'hhe nla.U I I | rtre flIt tedsntinlite I \ llirtt! >'t1U well

n U-'. llewetlgtl\ "lwJtltil, flhtt. uhf' !dole' the l.t'\!! t'lfife\ Ih the "I Am Not A Slave To My

t'(lll ft\t.ICtII-t: lir'Uht1nF\ "t-UlIII Mint I'Uuk' al'i'U' I'ltMaC I Ie1Ull II ..1'1M city fur ittiltiiiefySiemens'<< .
..I I Itl \:11111', 'Ilmllul hl.,laulw) I'le'tte i MMinilli./, 1'lIlI..t. luillilliitf' uii.tntl'l s
illlli, 11..11.. \\liil Ie \1\1'11\ = :, III' \\Toler" I'tllk' : \i\ :A=iHC' Millinery 99
l itluiitd !eland liutUl tVMltitel. + fill .
has I
; i':i\ ,wlii, i suarallaa: ;, "(n.niruMi!, lane\ MitifhtiilNhAilM' I I ()\Jot Store Kitchen
tif fillllele' now I Il4tinjf. illl .West I
13 I 5FOH -rit'
rent Ml avenue.
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}t\1-1'ery! tin, old! violin. ACM I'hnne lll.i: Husk Illdg., .Hooni ;3.
tnram if sold at PlIl=tI. at Sort fall and sea us if interested in real Best and Promptest

;ou'h' street, city,---.-__ _ _:!_- -:!_' erty.ebtate.Rentals Uuy, sell carefully or exchange attended prop to. Auto I Mary Sunshine finds that her all-gas-kitchen givesher

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FOR SALE Three sows, one Inar,
without worry.Vhen
nineteen little pigs all full CHRISTMAS you will be proud Service the greatest freedom. She does her Christmas shopping a

Mooiled, Poland China, from registered I to give photographs if made at before she takes off
hogs, at Henry Parry's place.on Evans';, No. 102 North Main, one block she returns a turn of a valve Starts! her dinner cooking--even
Conway road. 12-2-f t i north of court house. Make the appointment -
her wraps.
now. I'hone 125. 5-PASSENGER
TWO STORY COTTAGE for sale or I 11-23-lmoc
rent; nice and close in. P. O. Box I' -- -
115. 12-3-Ct BRING YOUR CIIILH-I am preparing -'

I a great display of children's BUICK "My Gas Range is servantnotmy
FOR S\J.E-l two horse wagon photos for the fair. Want ever> CAR my
practically new; price ('heap.Iso_ child. No cost to >ou. Every child
some chickens. Inquire at George eight years and under negatives made
Vorley's" two miles north on Apopka free on Wednesdays and Saturdayslloward's I master""It
road, or R. R. 2. 12-4: st: 1 Studio. 11116tfI5y We call anywhere at any time

FOR RENT spending your cash with us you
I '
- -- I save!',5: and per upon cent work.on suplies Palms accessories Auto- Gordon's; Transfer Co, requires so little of my time and energy to prepare appetizing ,meals on my Gas

FOR RENT-House on Lakeviewavenue Co., North Orange avenue. l-12-5-2tc: !I Range that I can devote myself] so much more to the pleasure of making my house a I
six .
newly painted rooms 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
and bath. Inquire of W. II. Stuart, NOTARY PUBLIC with seal. I makea "
phone 1009-3 rings. 12-l-6tc i sr ialty of deeds, mortgages i
leases!', contracts etc. Price very rea I :
FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished rooms. I !sonable.' Mrs II. B. Leake. 45 East I
in new, modern home; onehalfblock Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc Pansy Plants, Rose !Il l
from Anderson street, near St.
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for I, TRACY & IEn'.ILLF-Carpen. Bushes Petunia
the Mgkn. 406 Margaret street. ters and cabinet makers. Screen ,
\O29LLFOR doors and windows, frames, sleeping
porches counters shelving, showcases PlantsLeave I
RENT-Three rooms at For refrigerators, alterations and ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
additions. We keep a number of
mosa. Inquire at Formosa post-I orders here
office. 12-5-6t skilled workmen constantly on hand. your
I 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo
FOR RENT-Large boarding house; i
also rooms and board; rooms for i Five per cent. cash discount on
light housekeeping. Everything com- everything, at Palms Auto Co., North Vinlpt Dell Florist.
fortable. Inquire 416 Margaret street. i Orange avenue. l-12-5-2tc I
The Iroquois.

12-S-6t.1 I Umbrella ''.cov r a and repaired J. M. CARUTBERS
FOR -Attractive "
"while you wait. ax Young'a Repair
See H. at
room. R. Berry
Phone 504. 408 South Lk St. A'
Garage. 1l.1l.tfflUIt Shop, 21 E. Pine St.



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F j Mr. and Mr*. R. D.
spending today in J
lag up to the metropoll! )' U
the Tampa flpC! htl. .

Mr. And Mrs.-C. W. ) ,
'parent of Mrs.. Frank ; Y.d
arrive In Orlando 'fhur tJ
TO PROTECT THE the winter.

DEPOSITOR Savings checks-are d' for '",
Ask for them whenever
thing! i f

Mr.. W. 11. Rawls r of i

MODERN DAY METHODS and conserva Mrs.Orlando C. R.visiting Carter her at their d:2 "

tive, old time safety are factors that gov- Carter street. 1""[ AUTUMN OF LIFE"By
ern in the management of this bank.
Mr. J. R. Thornton the
Now, just as they always have-for pro-
representative of the S. : .
gress. Paper company, Atlanta
The State Bank is a commercial bank, terday in Orlando
having the resources, connections and experience trade.
saving a definite
necessary for the surer protec-

tion of its depositors interests. Successful 1 Id-Ride 18-tf Hamrick'a jitney amount each week. We
commercial activity is largely dependent -
upon banking service and the cooperation Mr. John Trott was have several plans. Let
of a strong bank is an important leaving Orlando yesterday them
I over the Atlantic Coast us explain
business asset. j eI
was en route to Miami l I
Largest Hank between Jacksonville and spend. several! l days' on
Tampa. I --
Mr. and 1\1\ ,.. I.I Tlnon .
have arrived In Orlando
THE spy, N. J., to spend (the
hAve rented. A residence r The Peoples National Bank '
STATE BANK I .Mreet. sad gone to ." ,,,

OF Irish and oyster- ; ', "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You'
Hi M. Melt & Co: l

ORLANDO Mrs J. K. Mettlngsr;; and
Mr*. W. I I" Morgan,
Ifliido l yesterday afternoon
upend "several' day' visiting Illarn@d I)
at her home, 401\)

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;; renentative of Gee, I1 Ida, '
shirts and collar, Troy, ,
has been I spending I several I
Orlando, left yesterday ft..... ...-M".... . .. ...... ..ilMMIIMIMMMMMMMMMMMtMIMMI ... ... . . . . ..
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in the savings
HAYNES Dealer Peoples Naticnal Bank.

HUPMOBILE HUPPEL B BROS R 0 S.,1Service company the Mr.employ Vincent running of Mack the between who i J

ville and Florence, S. C.,
ger, spent Sunday in : JUST RECEIVED
ing his father Mr. Peter

Hon. James E.
Messrs, W C. Jackson Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS 40 Horse
, .. Stewart, of peLand were ,
welt known Floridians Power Touring Cars
lantto Sunday They b7&r
from Volusia
county to
Elk+ memorial services $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

18..U Ride Hamrkk'a-jitney

Mr. and Mrs Geo j M
balsa May UeVinm, sister
:Mead( have arrived In San Juan
Glens Tails, N. Y., Garage Company j ,
New Ford custom of many years .
Home will remain in Orlando
Their many friends are lea
Now Open them again occupying their 2 OrlandoDaytonaIIIIMIMMIMIIMMMUMMMMMIMMMMMM
East Concord avenue.
209.11 South Orange Avenue
The women of the
Telephone 386 will hold their annual
Chapter House, December
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18-New 1916Fords Mr. A. S. Cecil and son \ .. . .. . ... . . ' . . . ...
Cecil, have returned to
Muncie, Ind. where they .
on the road. Place your order now, summer and are again t .1..IIIII.I..I.II.I.llr1.1..II'.I.I..I.IIII'.IIII.111.111. 1111.111..r.....
and avoid disappointment. their winter home, 609

Laney street. They were : Who Will Be Your Executor?
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." terday by Mr. and Mrs. '
Ington, of the same
F. G. RUSHXIMMMMMMMMMMIIMMMMMMMMMMMMM Urewlngton/ Is the daughter d.r'
Cecil. AN8WKU NO. I

I Your estate!! may be materially Unpaired at!! .a
JI Jitney direct remit of the appointment of an executor i
hour, 12 mltei!!! ,for :8Ue or trustee. .t) y

Mr*. F R. Merntt and When an Individual appointed:
and Mrs M. I', Ryan, mother F
The financial responsibility U generally weaker k =a ,
I Merritt, are among& the fix ,
In the city, who have t U en
to Orlando its t
by balmy t
who have since their arrival from giving bond!
IN SILVEKWAKE.: JEWELUV that they would like to When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense i s
AM NOVELTIES They have rented a house of the estate, and then only partial secu .I
to housekeeping. They are
rity against loss ia provided. k
Deinj constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand dependence Kansas. When 'j, r
a Trust Company is selected- t
jeweler-craftsmen of the country our stock is always } _
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, :Mr. Frank Warren arr \ The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility ; ,
bracelets etc.When lando yesterday afternoon is secured. _
new and beautiful designs are created, we are Coast Line and has been A bond which has behind it the entire financial 1
among the first stores in the country to show them. You then shaking hands with strength of the Institution is always filed with ; t
never buy out-of-date articles here. friends and :\ the Probate Court sr nn cost to the estate. -
Our displays for Christmas will interest There ren has been absent from l
you. Answer No. 3 will J t
appear in a subsequent issue I '
are some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething for the past five years, ; ,
this '
newspaper. ewt' bF1lfr.
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come time in Lawton, Mich., and 'w ,i
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the he never saw such a change
best opportunity. place as has occurred Come in any time and freely ask for further R
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to Warren stopped over in information on this vitally important subject.
that. to visit her sister Mrs. W. You are always welcome, and our offices are always r
ney. Mr. Warren is the rr glad to advise.
and Mrs. A. R. Bogue at
on West street.
The Orlando, Bank & Trust Company
T. H. EVANSJEWELER DoctorsBuckinaster ,

OSTEOPATHS& Orlando Florida t

fcraonal instruction under Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
r at Kirksville, Mo. :

a _ 132 National S. Orange Bank.Ave..Phone above 4' 11111..II.II.--'I.II".IIII..I..I.YI


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