Title: The morning sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 2, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00497
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
 Related Items
Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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1. .Britain,..... ;Will, Enforce. 7 '.Blockade' .o('Germai.J'- ;.-Pftrtl=; lofOneOunce .' ,.":' ,SENATORS AGAINST 'R... AND IS ClEftNEST' STATE;; Dreadnaught. Queen Elizabeth Wrecks Forts and Lighthouse'

.of;Cargo Will 'Be Permitted.,tQr assrThrough L"LInfo '_ vVoiii. : : : Huge"Proj ti es-T1rktsh Destroyers. Have Sunk Two '
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> -Germany, Says Edict-NeutrakCormereet_ .w.4, :, C- ... :. if : 4, of the .rren Mine Sweepers in Dardanelles. '
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:- Will Not Be, Involve4, ,SaYs ::2.--j; ] ( ." ' Says.Athens Dispatch ' -V:::r ;
I .,; ...... \ ; ?, If:; .. .-- ., If. ...Maximum, Exceeds. .$25,000, Says Kansas.Has, ..Largest Per : '' -. ":
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i; ;"* Premier ...:,("".-: a Burton and Kenyon Threat-**, Ii Capita. Wealth of Any .' London, Mareh.l.-Terrific gales, 1V rendering impossible long range' offiHngan'd :
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-'V %Z* ,, aerial observation, have-again caused a cessation of the bombardment
radon;March 1-Great Britain to y/forin; fj; nouneed to thework'far ii ed to Talk Bill to. ta State in. Union-Few. of the ,,Dardanelles. ; \
y as, the fleets of the allies would;..b enableoT t'fnfprce'tbeirteeree. Death ; s
was'called. .
Paupers The halt inthe operations of the allied fleet as; they were sixfeen
ie ounce of cargo of"any' kind whatev* ?M|U helaceforthbej, itt. to. > .; : 'I S" a 'miles Up' the channel, and while the mammoth, .new dreadnaught the
!.or'leave Germany... .. .";' ?\- t.'r': ; WashingtonMarchii Th .of America
- < militaa TheFlying Squadron QUEEN ELIZABETH, WAS HURLING 1,950 POUND !PROJECTILES
"'the same, time .the'House. of. Commontw joted3tfie\!urges;aeredit,.foeenditures'ever .: ry 'a adem :approprlatforgbli'erny-. opened..its three days program in On.lando'yesterdaytDaniel INTQ'FORT ML-ID BAHR'9N THE EUROPEAN SIDE.; ; *- *
voted I parliament.\jforrany: ; 'purpose,.ln..either ,i ;
ap / 'by any, , ; ... '. "" "'ir--.."" ingrr$1,069z831.37: was-reported from 1{r ; .A. Poling,"Dr. rSA lighthouse the:.south sideof, the.fort demolished.... by one of the
ip au.' ; 44 r1his : J! .. !- :\:': Y' .: the conference and passed''by.-th fnl}f:.bas: Ml: Sheldon, and ,others speak, Jtsi,shells before the lastshot was fired One marine was killed..and-three

isftey GreaNBritain'spswei'toJGernts>ayfs:'Sinder 1 ..i the seaeFampaYgn' ate.today'ilisy. .. .r : 11--Ming. The: program for :wounded on board the battle cruiser Vengeance during Frida1's- b fd.:. ,- .
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pillage, -, # % opremiersgmtha: :- y entertaining D- % meat t ,, .
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ro* 'neutral.*- governmentngh-e'lvlruh' ;'.ope.ltJ._ ni-, from protest effectually blockade.I ; ;.Against'5i ; ? t'J . r, :TalltBiIIDeatb' '' ", \Dr: 'Sheldon*said,;inparfc. ._ A dispatch- fro L-Athens says the Tur\dsh.destroyers reported* front
,e; commer ..m/Y', this-virtual q ;,. ,W shingtO .MJi'rch"" l Senatori *We shall\never ;get' d.P';.strong Teneodz.'that they._'hav f attacked the Anglo-French ,mine''sweepers'in'the .
3ie prime minister deelared,, "ie, ajfies: do niceties.1 not propose'to''* 'alfowl* jth'eir. $ ton and"K'ny W ter eedrtofaoe}ate drlnk until,the gov r imeat"forbids its Dardanelles: during'last night sinking two of thin! '

B to be'strangled in aVcefworkjbf judicial -: . today." -oi{the'leade'rs in charge" '!# the' itzam fact ree,.. Wb pne: thinks.of -. -\ f' .r'' . = t -
fter discusstrig the_ ffc lrjiWaf. $7,500,000 a day, he Sai: :wa vtiiee r\verS and ''harbors Ifli ufd he briserpp tlitetnpandthe. shameaby .-- i
.. they o ,. ** Indictments _
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:Great Brit in-waft':p ayihgDu{'now;,to her army and navy either accept the >raabimuTn :of. $2.5,- ca c ighor,::ate we- ,not con;:; Brief BulletinsTicked Against co.
,h-emler Asquith askeb' s./>edit of. $1; .000,000 to-carry. 1f the. war 94OO? ,'for; ;,t ive. 'andharboi; s t s Sciente' hen'\ it is' 'rnQwn 4 New York, March l.Two Indictments t. ':
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April?!, and $l,250,00000'to> ) 'usethere fter. This,amount" ,was subnlly _t..or Naive the bile tat ed' eat : haQhe4nougi! e9pletrqviaembe ; Off Wire against'the, Hamburg-Ameri-; -.: *-
voted.V" ** ;; !L' ', *".. !r can.xLJne. and five officers and ?m*
: .. '.' : This, eansa cut'of.more'_ -lO:;-! lies to ssm :: Utj .
-t . A-t-r Late Hour pJoyes -.rowing oat of deliveries of
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cvebetu'the.S4eelona : coaldad food supplies to German r
tin May Inte> / waterways.(project was anaong-tBe -a
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[- Spain, arch > t7a. Orlando Life,In I. -*",H.-kcn "J 's ; :cruisers opeiating; in the south 'At-
J out- in theta "m ofatr+ stgte 9atheeii CHICAGO IND FLORIDA f a ::. this
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rig; "of Repubjcans-'yesierday inntJfbn \.\.. : : "> .- fNEW 'WRECKED : -
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lot1 S ain inthe. war' was,. : Pa. agta'pi. ; : I q ,ENTER1'ItISE FOR',, jI. j- snjp lui ies a con'Ga.r 3teueh 4..The'ids Jr the event the federal of conviction, And'In jory aT$20,000fine t1I
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4i ean .{ Rd,on the.IamburgAzdericaa .
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!!f...Spa&isn. _, ,troops in Morocco_ ti.Ii : ''" FIRE NP..t'p. _' f 'ifngt'a2l.1 -- 'Cor3htats tot t -' sS ** wae swiettc"ed'nea. ,Jtiuette. ,,' Line. Each'of'the indfvidijaals !'

., .. ,.. ,- ., Esca ignjted bj n electric.Spark ." Orlando is to haVe; :another e$! a :, Thete3oi5oneYx htwen r infles north otl ere,,this'atereeran Involved is liable to the maxifsauii"pcaalty j- .j

t. ;;:; ..Ling ->. Caused the fire oeparbpelifc'make 't o 'ri DiWltt Itlesis f.I ; and fat of/our years.imprtton- -...
Trouble in.. Englandidou 1 Ktjirried to the ''residence part ,ot the tithe ; -
: a run' ; west. Magruder 'Pa ins'and.JinoOOO..fi fiict-....:. .
.f March 1 j-n'lie:: ; Evening olfC. Sylvan .McEli S undap-.morn houSe, comer of Jefferson .street:jS- __ a rta ,gfiirag.'iri. .- !T 3c i. ." V*" " K K***"- Bee *\**%> ;ed.orr bath cou tJr ,. . c "
1 stated'1 tonight thai"the' British.rnmentVwav ; jngi. ''Th'e damage Zvas;slight: the, railroad,. and will engage :ijn,the\ { 'da rQu4 hlnt: or lirt*" fe/tey. Be.ofnh< piskWx 'Tlie barges'miaqby goterentrt ,
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> considering closing ' hay; g rain :and feed business,, jmdei!*,tb ergh"5rt rfstatE> s ewjthoui s* twiwft 1a j \ *', t' l i laihts are conspiracies 1
abla< places at eight o'clock each iU -! ADDRESS BY AUTHOR -., the n men:of ..t he- Cof-op rativ Pro. t 4L iti t &HU f-to"nttain false clearance'papers, .

i ', believed to l>e the.first j"tioward "Fi rida' Authors"" :wasie*. subject duce. Exchange. r % .1'*; \: 2 9F NOV.7 yB.TTtJSSrWrsIGHTr, aid (2)...to defraud .the, United States .

meeting the; conditions J JIbed of Tin interesting ddr Ss' Sunday Mr. DeWitttwa1 S raised.J thd-grainand you areal' aoung by makbt'k'Inaccurate: recOrds. -iT:
yesterday by, ''Chancellorsaia.wkmen night -Wore the Round f Tabld" by stock cooMry north 'pf ,IJetroit.Mich man orglrI ife tviti: rLr .i..::;; ,'" '." 4--
: "El wrifer .andba3'a: *thorough'lAibwleiige'.of ( j#ont skein : rb'ran' ee irt3ll .
1t % .. Fran Channpn. -of boys' ? evef ogiilandi'bauebu + rA2ttOa! ? | '
ff !RE CTI RE ON CHRISTIAN, ,
; 1 :of the,armawort stories, who is' spending7the .winter. feeds "a&& their: putritiYhdva ies! ng. assnds ofa$4oysin sti ed warsh i .f 0z" asieleptetd'he'si . < .
rk- : 'both'by.expenenee 'and( tu% Ran do' that a SCIENCE:! .1
t {hadfrefu'sed to ;.jr near Orlando. ? $|1W Te ; potYknow '

week}Because-c.1: Zstrohg! 'drink, % J f. feel-sure; if aiven'ari'oppoituzrSt.. exists. : :!t\r ,'lecture on. th'e'a 'subject ofChritian'Scitnce .':f\\,

;h is'doing morVJjatnage'ttan. :'arfterman' ; ,NEW'TIES, DeWitt swill! he:safe 1 .tri dp the=!eed1 j "Ifot't stjnk'-shive4ng'on thebank wilt be give liy '.'

sdb a ufuel 'put together.;<<; New ties""are being laid on',the'A. ers"of. thi*'ticinityto'materiallyower :;: afraWtd phnnge'intGthe prohibition Bidk eli Young c. S. .B,Lnember; jof, J
,p announced then-that he C. I_ between"Pine, .and. 'Church their Reed bills wWle ma' lnin gt swimruia thole.' Kansas'lias t ried'itto n. ftt ma"iiy's'was'be !e' .ol lectureship o'{the Meth- 1?
aetodeaLradically-! . streets. '"'.: t e zaine degree:;of,:feed vat !* 1 > dBa to'all you'saloontstes, ?Brifsh. rH'Chureli,- First Church 'of Christ,

iu'r: < ,. '- = Mr'DeWitt'pvitlt hts"ff"8*"." ,Co f fin; the iyater's fine!.' t ; .$ i ,\ s ( Ma.s. The';lector* .:

:, ,.. . .. }, . ITS. REALtY 'TRUE1r: been ,a resident. ofioupr ililjifttifflm 1 {This Tnite4 States ,has 'no fjrore bira 3laggie ed; ttirz, aged fwI f .be giverrTiiesdayevenitig;'llarclf. 4 SAT OPWNTER VISITOR A. ; 4 re thaaUiree"jrear aniJ ks'.much moral rightat potect.the. liquertin 'wife of'Mon gbmery fartlsdiedSunay '2/at 8 o'clock, in the Lucerne'theatre; f
yards north
The S. L. lying of '
; Central: have 'been inV confidence in;its continued fffitwtbandptosperity ness and'aapy t-revennefro rt t7i { 'nor 1hi at2.o'c1o. k, andthe* The, public-is cordially; invited j :to si 1

:e news wasvreceived in Orlando proved. avenue It is impossible actually to beautifythem .. '. ,"yX, .-tit' "th't it bas Ito rsct' Gefe+tin : funeral was conducted; from bic home/.rnd' : -. 1 #.1
Mr. EfeWitt is a find be_ lu ': nation nae ub sore t s uo i ag /'
|yesten3ay of. the death of Mr; but n verthel ss the rubbishhas ** A-t* T \- *. f B. $ffica C of 'sdve: rfaadatL. thanan' indivi +is1&11an + yesterdayorning !The 'officers 'im4 members of thlePxesbytetian *.:
former
Cole, winter'vis
jew a s beencleared away to some ex ? ;
ta? Orlando. 'His death'.occurredfeemsjch. tent and one'is, able to seethe, ground.' end haboujcht spaced. '. .:tee't'where Only-a: >iral gl v'dualsils Ron, pastor of the Baptist church:i( ; SundaysctiooX' 'w e. ,
Vermont, at-.the ,close '--o- j he 'from"- 7ti 'too h4Uaife tes reply The'deceased ts surviyedby kner husband ,. highly pleased to have seven members

c'old year, Mr.. 'Cole waa ,a-par. < "CAlliB t.tKE".A LION" strive bisoffer'-keepthe. .lid"i3tfto ._ _. s, andv about'one, !liji red yiaillionraz 'snd three children;-one'fcoy end|$pf the Birmingham ball' team at the J
|r friend bf .Mr. W 'tl. Galpin;, LeonardI= rved"" to' the { "W! $ k I the iiati o s.defend ey r rongR'breaasvso'minr two girls; fier4 mother,-Mrsi Drawdy,school last Sunday The.young lien
I s ip DeWIttt, j l1 his y,. ta *.? jnOr dividnalsinvolre3 and sister w lives in Ttfmpa.|came on, time assisted, in'the.singing,
has, been spending his winters in March mot tW_tnd tam'1 mlik"eta; lion, .It. f j tm' by a / io ,"'t
I 4 shanT'of.ypur&tMB Ir S _} f of into Dr. ,Bible class .t
yityr"for" the past :twenty-five being 'fined $5: ,: She was a 'member the BSpti0 i went_ Sugg's and
V Mr.:.Cole. wasVexpected here !l day inpolice otirtyester; ... ir.J- . 4 s.. ,. :' church, and.the funeral was attended i entered heartify into_ the ex s.tvgtythi ?
disturbing.th64 peace.v3b; ft
year as ,Dsualand; the news of Doe Hlisproveal'thy:Iheory, thaw: &r ,,t BABI' ',;! D- ... ..,._.,. ,,.;t', ". LOSES, VA'L4BLE DIAMOND, by Many jnem erStpf,'that ;corigrega g; iri their actioas. and Appearance {{
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)!eath''was.a great surprise to his., I times exist,by paying;'the xustoniary ,tL.t. ,v .L '! A yaIuabl| dja"mowT ing,beloagirig' tion- The :floral tributes were many indicates i tnajtf they f a-e. v,le'l
friends in.. Orlando. ; rye sixweeks.ojd bale-.ltii.p and beautiful*arif( 'the sympathlFof}bred young gentlemen as, well as hall ..f'cJfPlayersf '
fine of $5 for.diunk nrie ; and.e$; t/ r >- r
$:-. Swicker:: was fined;?1O for'speeding- it 'Q.;; Wa1 "l was stelertT ;,iizvvhichstopj the;entire cmmunity\joes put.5 the ,' .v -. 1
die etdap eriiiet > tae+i> yosng1 husband and'the'little'c4diicrtizi ."
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flREDWIDOWULLED''i LTaUman DUE JN T\VE.\7Y'DAis' 1 JI1 ock..:M \i 4:1to.: tfta tai: an d.alieiilf's 3Ea ilfr.>:=e.ei; t eii"on.the_ :their # ,

:i ', t... The new motor fire-'truck for '.Orlando Mts. wai1+iSxjiropr 'seitsr .,far', lohh :j t0 its '!;;._.,-t...,. : 'f -.If r 4 4Rev.
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.4' is due March 20 according to ,. ,Mr.. Geo ;E. : general:
.:# Announced Last information, .. i ., jI.I. agent ot the'Interna-tianal'1Harveste **-.
the latest obtainable, "- -
..- 'Vight' New' Treat,for: 'rte -o- : '! company, .wjthbeadgairters! ftH:Ja:" .' Coved, ,of": Chicago, Sposemat
;yJ 'Ethe.Orlando -" . : '". M : Alued, y\rarhips\ : HadlS; i. Giinsainst nvnte; Mr.Ed'Bugeel special agCincinnati 1; P -- Chdre t oral
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._ t . ,. ,Ohio Sand 'Mr' Lt| ,t a.% A I e tgh '
.. Public J.. C. Brossier, who been sick j '- ; ' '
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einging i ,16: For TwrysMFbrtstf5ieBritish Searles, of theI f?dfe -
r.1 .<.. .... ---.--' .: with a severe attack of'pneojnonia, is Ii l)3gff. i | ; *

tf swells;" JjnQ&utc&I product greatly improved and :able .to.sft jap ; : -f. .. : ...t- .. partment, were'otnong-the.visitors shown;to; t' is
t "Orlando ispne. of Mac TailIs and read the' Reporter-Star,iofwhicb h. : ; i Orlando yesterday They were Eevi *WiDiar s siahaers ,CovE rt,
favorite-pastimes. 'Recently it I he .vt secretary and;treasurer'S'Mf s :>dmiralty:' pfficialf'ert -'I ,Cornwall's (1901i4OT; tons"), four around Orlando and OT fL the stir' 3.D of tlieago,, a.guest of r -
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George*Broadhurst'e great dra- : *;>;L- -r te shoots: :;that the,? relative| .gunstiengt1Lof'he'aliiedtleetah3 '{i 12-inch.eight..6-inehV" I rounding country Jby Mr. -Robert !/iiu Qfi:Tdr&:W:/L Branch; on Sunday ff* Kr
ToDay'On Tnesday: March TO'G AINJISVILLE, FOR.PRKONESC : nof'thewn ((1 99, )I2.-95o4 tons), Cohoon, .of ,the firm -ot CoKbva; Bros. -
and" the r
ternoon hv
** Ifonrl2-lusty 1 eight;6-m h>.- *r\ wio.are-ithe,.local representative, of m evenlng- spoke
will be the "Red Widow, The -"A. ((Buck) VJyian,, pew ..officdeputy 1arldshorts atthe, entraio )
do*_public has been in : 'j Triumph ,(190311, 00 tons.fo\; the.cqmpany. ..?" O' in-the "Presbyterianthnre'b, fating
privileged 'to Sheriff Gordon, willgojti
: >afdaneDes.wolch, It has ..4e. '' -- ;
few months to witness npta-_ Gainewflle today for-.McBinlep'wKliams .'- ""* > : i;.eight 1 : ,. .. : r : ti ,subject, tfee ,lifi' rudsvarjcDWight''h.
:, s.go d was , / fibio"nc(1899,'1 ,95O-tons), foufI- jlr ''who'it 'beze.. Moed
staged in Orlando for , a negro,..wanted J ere loriaseerious ; y. J&ert Conroy, .ir ye' E4t1Msword
f.st .Taflman.i. ?, responsi-! offense.; :Ames-Eight. *inch inch, four 6uicti.,. BBembered," feU from the 'roof o {the ,letaresof the 4eaes
*'- .. "'I. ,- .. r -:- iii::12ind1.:'f ', 10-mch: Majestic :(189514,989?tons), i]fors; Presbyterian! church, while engaged
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V ,r II! eight'f5-inch arttsler ccxsa Meatevang
'Widcw" will.comedo .Or < JJO) .ELECTION- .. j gThererwas ; .gudltf 2-inch, fdttt.S-inclw in, o.rklDi'on $iie bending laStjBummer --

b with: a caste of 44iveiy: one,a'The no,.election'ofsoicers of .taro 6-inchid'ttyen attloia FrencbvliSO, '1t,28aaai arid severely :.burf jhnd W i ; isltvrettta g'theosegaentioae
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| play'ts one of the greatest the' Board Trade Assochttq ;:+lsg Turks-Teri'1U 2einch.tvielve 5.5-inC, 4'l thought Jlraverabouteeus d.:Lagain' -

aPpTjccesses, of the:Year and'itsectored night: as scheduled,, because;'. :art" ,The! .I1.two.5.-inch.t.A -i" ': :. tarlelaagne: French1898,11,2 -gate>>-nt' bis.hgrle:)orc.the: .1':

for Orlandoonly by the Howard, sec tary..was Tlw meet* guns f L'+ "1lie's.J' ..; .,.. i ''; tges) inch, 'twelve 5E+inch.a corner' of."1Do4ana'" , ,E- st.. ..Cent. li
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tot ted amdngthe a 'o#, .i."jl'- %" 1r' .- z .
gestjefforts 'of' Majptger''TallgThe has -Mon avenues ' '\ '
ing been.postponed anoVthe. f rt.a;; f jj.A it. .
!play is being staged in \'ai ht i.' ;" -': .., S
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the,-larger cities. The,play wasnny .'s 70.BQ ( ofl the Tui ish forts TH( vEATR>d it
Chapning JPolloct,, Renald UTSMEETI1\G.. (built k191" 'ZT,500;' .... 1.15E !lei dt4 ". brfef
Florida
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HOTELSTHE 1 I MICHIGAN PARTY ENJOY THREE 11111'11111111111'-I'III'IIII'II'I'I"I"II "t..t J

HYMN BEFORE ACTION.The DAYS OUTING

earth Is full of anger. t Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. :Mortimer, ir Seeds Seeds S J- i
The seas are dark with wrath. Dr. and Mrs. M. V. Young Mr. and (

KEYSTONE HOTEL The nations in their harnessGo Mrs. Olds and Mr. and Mrs. Phil.

up against our path. Walters, of Lansing Mich, had a delightful -
Corner West and Church Street Ere yet we iou.e the legions. trip in the Mortimer and Olds NEW STORE
Splendid service, Excellent rooms. I lot and cold water. One of the best Ere yet we draw the blade. cars to Orlando Mt. Dora, Eustis and
rooks in the s.ate. Rates: f1. O per week and up. Special rates to parties Jehovah cot the thunders. .:
table board. Umatilla. They left Friday monring
wishing Lord God of battles aid! NEW
SEEDSi
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop j and returned home Sunday night. '
: They spent Friday night in Orlando
High lust and forward bearing. Ii
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Proud heart. rebellious brow- and Saturday night in UmatiHa in Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Bean ,
ROSSMORE INNWindermere the latter city meeting a bunch of -
Deaf ear and soul uncaring.We seeds
guarantee our to be fresh.
seek thy mercy now! Lansing, Mich., friends and had a

The sinner that forswore thee. very pleasant reunion though in fact Don't be
This'new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric |the fool that passed thee by the outing was much enjoyed throughout. disappointed, come to us '

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Our times are known before Mrs Walters is a daughter of arid Garden Seed.

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating bathing and fish- thee- Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Olds and they s
Lord grant us strength to die! -
' ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. are here on a visit with their par-
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ents.-Daytona Gazette-News. -
From panic, pride and terror.
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Revenge that knows no rein City Store"A
Drug
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn Light baste and lawless error. CONTRACTOR:

Protect us yet again. R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa Cloak thou our undeserving; before letting contract, if you are going GOOD DRUG STORE."
Make firm the shudderingbreath. to build and want the best house .
J. AZVT. HU .LEY possible for money invested.
P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478. J. L. IDEALIST Pl.G.THERE'S
In silence and unswervingTo 2-18-1moc .
MANAGERVISIT taste thy lesser death!
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"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR E'en now. their vanguard gathers D. K. DavidsonGOLF

THE BEST FISHING E'en now we face the fray-
On main country road four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of As thou didst help our fathers. INSTRUCTOR

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. Help thou our host today!
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and.Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto Fulfilled of signs and wondersIn Orlando Country Club
life, in death made clear- A REASON
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats well equipped Jehovah of the thunders. Telephone No. 249. ,
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats.
Lord God of battles bear!
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier Rudyard Kipling.

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing PHONE 646 .

purposes. AUTO FOR HIRE WHY?

FIRST GLASS REPAIRING- .
POETRY IN LIFE.

TOURISTS ATTENTION! The present life is not wholly BARNARD & SON

prosaic precise, tame and finite
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando (
It is not true that the poet paintsa 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
Prepared by our New York Cook life which does not exist. lie 12-10-iin

only extracts and concentrates.
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. as it were life ethereal essence -
$1.00 1\:1\ AN ADDED JOY
arrests and condenses its Dr. S. S. Jones ;
volatile fragrance, brings together -
Electric Elevator
Hot and Cold Water its scattered beauties and
To the
'r letters
prolongs its more refined but CHIROPRACTOR = you re-

EMPIRE HOTEL evanescent joys* And in this he graduate Davenport College, 17 and ceive if they are writtenon
does well for it is good to feel 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone r
that life is not wholly usurped 209. Intelligent people everywhereare stationery that is of
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms by cares for subsistence and being restored to health' by chiro-
physical gratifications but ad- practic adjustments the new scienceof fine quality and correct
removing the cause of disease. Examination
-
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round indefinitely mits, in measures enlarged which sentimentsand may be free. 12- 4-1mo shape.

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite delights .worthy of a higher HIGHLAND LINEN
being.William Ellery Chan-

t, ( i 3,1'J ning. DoctorsBiickinnstcr ''t fills every requirement / ,

\'"/....... _. =- .- .... ........ & of the
r.e .P.r" M TT ... --- Bnindagc most exacting fi.'
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customer because it is
THE GLORY OF WAR. OSTEOPATHS cI

Iloofbeat and trumpet blast Personal instruction under Dr. Still "CRANE" quality.
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And banners in the dawn! at Kirksville Mo. mT1 I 1J I )\
And what of the grain in the ll l.ill1YL llNJ.YJV. .
tallow field Hours .9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by S. Branch

When the husbandman has appointment. IEtllriJIIliI: THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
gone? 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
National Bank. Phone 578.
THE ARCADE HOTEL Sword song and battle roar.
And the great grim fighting

J. B. MAGRUDER Jr. Prop. line!
,
And what of the woman In the Special Priced For Special Reasons

First Class Restaurant and Autosin door
Livery
I MAY GO NORTH TO MY
And the blown grape on.the. ORLANDOCO IN ORDER THAT BUSINESSA

Building in Connections vine? good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800

Orlando Fla. ,I full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within* two
s Drum beat and draped flag blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
And he beneath his shield tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
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And what of the woman weeping 26 WEST PINE STREET the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
low market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
) And the dead grain in the PHONE 122 My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room. +Tew Modern
ORLANDO
ROOFINGAND field? dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of ,
-Dana Burnet. Best at Lowest land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
Plumbing garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Prices the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
SHEET METAL CO. I We 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
LATIN PROVERBS.We are not in the combine. To any agent that sells the above described property for me I

hate the hawk, because it SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos always lives in arms. all first-class the property at will or to sell it myself.'

Everything unknown is taken
and Rubber RoofingsCornices for magnificent Plumbing Construct: I RD. F. KEEZ EL
You must ask what is unjust
"'- BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
that you may obtain what ia
Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings Just.May Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

they perish who said our I
good things before us. : -- --

Works: 14 E. Church'St. ORLANDO1JTIRUK'S The crime of perjury Is punished Recently of New York . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . MMU
by heaven with perditionand
by man with disgrace.By Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.

his immoderate laughter 24d&wlmSouth
you can always distinguish the REAL ESTATE

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Ile y y Where Is thy God? they ask of We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

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Ah, that their eyes thus sight i ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
Atlantic Limited
less arel i
Do they not see the world afar. \ COMFORTlid through steel 1 deeI million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
The mountain height the sparkling I trio lighted train; observation and: J ,
star. drawing-room sleepers; coaches, dining two years.
all meals.CONVENIENCELeaves.
serving
1 cars
The lowly cot.
ri-: .:j I :" Jacksonville: We are well posted on the values of all classes and
at 8:15 arrives Cincinnati
: : The babbling brook the lowers every evening ;
and Louisville! early nest evening;
fair. Columbus. Cleveland, Indianapolis few kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
44e to t The sun. the sea, the living air- hours I later; prompt connections other
itiu e e k'4 d Ah.could they tell me anywhereThat Indiana Michigan and Ohio points. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real I

God Is lIOtchri'tlan? Three Other Fine Trains I r
Herald. Estate Bargains.
DIXIE U'lITED-Faslest and finest M
to Chicago and St. Louis. I
; K DIXIE fLYER-Year round solid ,
t / through train for Chicago and inter-
YC RFy JOY GIVERS. I me-li-te noints.MONTGOMERY.

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your There are souls in the world I i Through sleeper and ROUTE dining EXPRESS car service I I L ESTATE
( everywhere and leaving it be- Clic of roatn i i. ONE L. fc N. rests r. 'NARINGI'
jer'rength of the drugs take.
you Tier are many otber..bieb mak the road
hind them when Their
they ga .
When you get your drugs from us you get them sfa.ont..rtb tra..lere.. F_r_rats.,vs.e.ateH re.ervs- I
pure and Influence Is an inevitable glad- Uoo*aid nil iaf noalMm"pk D. WARING, Manager
h; our beautifiers are harmless. dening of the heart. They give C. BRET NET, 'IaP.-Aa-t I. !
Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round light without meaning to shine. I 114 tr.st B", St,(!.D'b...1&1)
you will never go anywhere else for them. Their bright hearts have a great JidswrriHe, Florida Rooms 4 and C Watkins Block Phone No. 631 ; ;
work to do for God--Frederick Direct aad direr.. f}
the rP
r.ales t i 11.1 f
l HARM.ACY W. Faber. I Calt'erwa Epodtiou.SSrite .
for detail.
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THE WILDCATS AGAIN VICTO- ,ALLEGED ROBBER REFUSES TO :Mrs. D. C. Thompson, of Orlando, Established 1870 -
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JUOUS,DEFEATING ORLANDO TALK spent several days in Plant City the I R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc.
first of the week on a visit to her little I
""* The Wildcats, Ocala's crack basket Steadfast refusal to tell how he grandson Harry H. Root, Jr. She 132 Park Place, New York
ball team" are particularly proud of .was shot or who were his companions was accompanied home by little Miss I j i I Wholesale Dealers and Commission
their victory Friday afternoon, at in the robbery of the Bank of Stuart Mildred Root who will be her guest Merchants in Florida Orangesand THERE'S A REASON
which time they defeated the Cathedral -,last Tuesday, marked the attitude of for a few days.-Plant City Courier.A Grapefruit
school girls of Orlando to the 'John Ashley, alleged robber and murderer .
tune of 32 to 11. Several months ago I now held in the county jail at telegram from Brazil Brossier Represented by ,
the Wildcats went down to Orlando ,West Palm Beach. He gave as his yesterday to.his father in Miami con- Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. -
and the Cathedral girls beat them excuse that he did not know how he tained the information that his brother Liberal advances made on con- ,WHY ?
t badly, and ever since they have been was injured. J. C. Brossier, has been stricken signments.R. .
aching to have their revenge, and When brought to West Palm Beach with pneumonia. :Mr. and Mrs. F. C. E. Coenran. President.
this ambition. The from Stuart, after giving himself Brossier the
have now realized up parents, have gone to T. L Turney, Treasurer.
Cathedral girls have defeated almost to a posse, Asheley was first hurriedto Orlando to attend the bedside of their l-22-2m
every team they have played this sea- the office of Dr. L. A. Peek where son*-Miami Herald.
son, so for this reason, too, the Ocala the wound in his head, received dur- r ;
girls are highly elated over their vic ing, the flight from Stuart after the For absolute sangfroid commendus I
tory. They played a splendid game robbery, was dressed. Upon his arrival to the hen. A British officer STEEL
FOUR; TRAINS
Friday, and their coach, :Miss Bertie at the county jaR in an auto- bears witness that the hens of Flan- ;::
Smith, and those who witnessed the mobile under heavy guard it was nec- ders, in the midst of the most terrific
game were quite proud of them. I essary for the officers attending him cannonading, go about their business I
The Cathedral team was as follows: to fight their way through the dense with the same placidity and close at- TO THE NORTHS-WEST
Forwards, Marian Smith and Jane throng which had gathered.Too tention that they display in times of .
f Green; centers, Euby Shriver and Marian peace.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. I
Jones; guards, Ella Slemons and many sermons are aimed at DIXIE
Helen Way; substitutes, Ella Spencer pocketbooks instead of hearts.-Or- Say, we put it over the manufacturing -
t Marian Smith and Miss Hodson. alndo Sentinel. Good aim. Where concern that handed us just one
For Orlando :Marian Smith threwone the treasure is, there will be the heart silk sock, and wanted us to buy halt ";
field goal and sane Green two also.-Raiford Tribune. a dozen before they would hand us ;
field goals and five fouls. the mate to it.Ye found a one-leg NIGHT
The following composed. the Wildcat The war news at this writing indicates ged man today who accepted it with M NING NI HT MIGHT
team: Forwards,. Callie Gissen- the Germans are "standingPat the spirit in which it was handed
daner and Lillian Smith; centers, Les- I ," the Russians are "in Dutch"and him.-Clearwater Sun. rtcii _X J ;
. lie Jackson and ,Louise Spencer; i the Turks are "walking Spanish.- I _1 I I XCOACHES.

guards, Alice Sexton and Nettie I Raiford Tribune.A Soon our Fonda legislators will _? J
Camp. meet. 'What special thing do you
Callie Gissendaner threw eieV field child with two heads grows up want them to do? Better get busy .
and two foul goals and Lillian Smith, and gets into a museum. A child and have it done. They will do what fa_ .
six field and one foul goal. I with no head grows up and gets into the people want done, if only the 01 .
. Miss Bertie Smith was referee of congress. Funny old world, isn't people will let them know about it in
, the game, :Miss Zillah Shepherd of it?-Buffalo News. season. Talk to them and speak plain.
Orlando was umpire, John Tarver, :Make them understand. Ocala Star. .
scorer, and Ned Smith, time keeper. After we have spent all our spare SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DINING CARS

The Orlando girls arrived on the coin in the relief of suffering abroad, Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Swift, of Fall L1.d, ". s L1d1z1 L11a vu 3 L 1 1 L'I L v L
one o'clock train, and were enter- it will be in order for Europe to pass River, Mass., who have been sojourning 1t ye
tained at lunch by Mr. and Mrs. Clar- | the hat for the starving unfortunatesin in Orlando, guests at the New Lucerne -
ence Camp, and last night they en- i our own midst. Dtjtona Journal. left yesterday for their northern -
joyed an informal dancing party at home. The doctor is ohe of the
the Camp home. The girls were the I E. R. Jones has bought in an inter- I.ablest surgeons in his state and is se-
guests over night of the different I est of the Arcadia News. The intro- riously thinking of returning to Or-
"Wildcats," and will return to Orlan-
i duction says he is a fine Christian gen- lando and erecting a modern home.
do this afternoon, unless they can I He and his estimable wife fell in love
tleman. He"has to be to run a daily
arrange a game with Leesburg for II newspaper and get to heaven. Will with this favored section, and they
I this afternoon. Langford is still to grind the daily will, no doubt, return as permanent
While they regretted their defeat :
(allotment of squash. That is some residents.
and were surprised at the result of i<
satisfaction, because he is a bright 1
the they are greatly enjoying : cm:
game I j paragrapher.-Clearwater Sun. TIlE FLYING SQUADRON ; ;\
their visit in Ocala.-Ocala Banner. '
I A clipping from an editorial in the ............... : .j7- '-
A couple who contemplated matri- Zion Herald, of Boston, Mass., says: ,
Five Jap Cruisers on Lookout I i mony by "correspondence" met at "Without exaggeration, the three
San Francisco, Feb. 27.-A reportof Grafton, W. Va., and the first query days meetings held at the People's :
five Japanese cruisers guarding I by the bride was "show me the $50- Temple last Friday, Saturday, and I; 1 jL 11 It 1I ,
south Pacific lanes of travel and look- 000." The groom made good and peace Sunday, under the auspices of the
ing for the German cruisers Dresden i was established probably until the Flying Squadron of America, will I 1I"
and Prince Eitel Frederick, has been (time comes to settle the question who mark an epoch for temperance reformin
brought her by Captain William Stevens 'i will control the $50,000. But $50,000or New England. They carry conviction ; A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
t _of the British i ,steamer Maitai { $500,000 or $5,000,000 is not a and awaken that confidence of
that arrived' yesterday from Sidney, |first-class basis for a happy marriage. victory so necessary in every great I I J. G. K1RKLAND D. P. A. Siilsfccro Bold Tampa Fla
Australia. !-Pittsburgh Dispatch. struggle."-Chas. Parkhurst, D. D. : : ,

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The Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the Following Conditions:


! We expect parties interested in either of the two propositions to send their sealed bids to the Florida .

Real Estate & Investment Co., care The State Bank of Orlando and nclose check on any bank in Or-

lando for 10 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Florida Real Estate & Investment Co. will reserve

the right to reject any bid not covering the price given in sealed envelope by the Company to The State

Bank of Orlando. The price will be very conservative as we will give purchaser the benefit of all ex-


pense of autos, gifts, brass bands, auctioneers, etc.



Proposition No. 2


Proposition No.1. A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits,
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange -
The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave-' Groves. Assets i in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the .
day of the purchase, a liability of means to
grove put more
nue and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning money

house contains on first.floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The

second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and Grape .
Fruit trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkare -
. decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above .

- Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerageconnections the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and a large
barn. This Grove is an asset and will
grove, yield not less than
and both streets bricked
made are paved.
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__ 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within
30 days from purchase.



Both Propositions must be investigated to appreciate the truthfulness of all statements made J


in this ad and reasons given why the owners will dispose of such valuable properties at an unprecedented ,

low price. Call at our office and we will explain. <[All bids will be opened in your

presence---the time will be announced in this space.



THE FLORIDA R: AL ESTATE and INVESTMENT CO. ,


Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO = y

Total Responsibility:

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS 1 There will be no limit to the heightof i Completely Furnished

South Florida Sentinel I buildings erected in Miami, says I
(By W. S. Branch) the Metropolis, and skyscrapers can
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. 1 be erected to height, just so theydon't Home Including a
M. GLENN ......................Edit.r Motion any
W. C ESSINGTON .._...BMintM Manager Perpetual punch a hole in the sun.
That pretty lady in the Dickson- Fine Piano
Entered at the pmtoffiec at Orlando. Florida Ives show window has been sitting
a* Second ClaM Mall Matter. .
there for three or four days looking ? .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I at the stylish hat that hangs in front I I AT A GREAT BARGAIN
Daily. I Year ........................ $5.00 Two Handsome +
Daily. 0 Months ...................... 2.50 of her. Her smile would melt most
Daily: :3 Month ...................... 1.25 Modern residence ot! nine
one but Mr. Ives, but he does not
Dafly. 1 Month ....................... .60Aeekly. any I
seem inclined to give her the hat. Lake Front
. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 rooms and bath. Complete-
--0Hunger -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN and Thirst Grove and Home I ly furnished. Fine locationfor
Jacksonville has MEN
an organizationknown !
ADVERTISERS: rooming house. Largelot
as "The Hungry Club. How-
Opr for display and all ether hand-set PropertiesOne
adrertiiinc mail be: hand,. in at the kuuneM ever, the real Jacksonvillian belongsto 77x225. Garage and ser-
office .* the Sentinel nat later than 2 p. .. the "Thirsty Club," which holds all
the dar befsre publication. This ml applies and most of the night meetingson vants quarters. Beautiful
to changes for contract advertising: it U day DO YOU CONSIDER
Invariable and will be strictly adhered ... West Bay street. oak shade trees and some

Subscriber should notify desiring the The.'.ee Sentinel in writing discontinued on of them is the pret- fruit. Owner will sacrifice at APPEARANCES?
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be DRASTIC DRUG LAWA tiest lake front location in
continued at the regular.. subscription. rates. new federal law providing for only $7000. Terms half cash Our Men's Furnishing Department is established -
ante notice to stop received.Telephone the State of Florida with
Nnrab ...................... 24 strict regulation in the sale of certain and balance and on high lines-lines that appeal .
i, 2
large and a most 3 years.
acreage
narcotics went into effect March 1,
to the men of discriminating tastes-to
TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915. I
modern dwelling.The I
and its enforcement and regulation
Business \Ien-to Professional l\len-to '
will be part of the duties of the de- Atha
AN OUTLET FOR RUSSIA- partment of internal revenue. other has a fine Cooper men who take a pride in their personal

If the combined British and French The law requires that any one who grove, with modern improvements 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor appearance, and to men who know values
fleets succeed in wiping out the Turk- produces, imports, manufactures,com- and worthy of and are judges, keen judges of the differ-

ish fleet in the sea of Marmora and pounds, deals in, dispenses, distrib- any further improvementsdesired. Phone No. 311 ence between good and indifferent mater-
with the assistance of the Russian
utes gives opius, or the
or away any ial and workmanship.
fleet are able to reduce Constantinople other drugs included in the law, shall
and open a passage from southern register annually with the collector of These are high priced
We Stock the Best
Only
Russia to the Mediterranean sea internal revenue for the district in properties, but they are
the effect that this campaign will which he does business and for the both
big bargains. VENEER CORES
have upon the European war situa- purpose of the law, the ;residence of

tion will be tremendous. anyone dealing in such drugs is regarded $1.25 IN CLOTHINGWe
Russia produces 1,027,650,000 bush- as his place of business. Reg- I
els of wheat; 1,011,304,000 bushels of istration shall be mailed to July 1 of
Per Strand UpFIREPLACE believe we have the "Acme" of Tail-
rye, and 1,250,000,000 bushels of oats, each year and the dealer at the time I. S. G. Uolive & SonREAL ored arts, in the well known manufacturers -
exceeding all other countries in the of registration shall pay a special tax I CHUNKS AND of
production of these staples. Russia of $1. A majority of physicians, I OAK WOOD

also produces millions of bushels of druggists, dentists and veterinarianswill ESTATENo. Orlando Wood: YardB. HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX:
corn. Russia is second in the produc- be compelled to register.
Our styles in. The
Spring
tion of petroleum.June W. Kingsley, Proprietor are now
officials 3 WEST
Government and state pur- PINE STREET
pleasure is mutual when showing this famous -
PINE STREET AND R. R.
is the wheat harvest month
chasing for hospitals, etc., are ex- Telephone 344 firm's productions.
for Turkey, and in the advent of the empt. It will be unlawful for anyone Second Floor 9-30

capture of Constantinople the allies to handle the drugs without registration. -I Q

would control this supply. The wheat ___ I
produced in Turkey is not as great as In addition to the tax of $1 for registration -r.-
J
in other countries but it could be usedto the sale of these drugs shall

good advantage. During July Rou- be exclusively made through a form ,

mania, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary, prescribed by the commissioner of internal i i II
the south of Russia, Germany, and revenue in their respective dis- j

the south of England have their tricts. i j jMENS'
wheat harvests. It will be unlawful to sell, exchange { Gf ,
From late dispatches it would ap- or give away any of the drugs
pear that Roumania may enter the out a written order of the With-I

war on the side of the allies. Rouma- whom such article is sold or given.
,
nia produces nearly 90,000,000 bush- This order is to be made out on the
els of wheat. It is doubtful what hostile form and a duplicate of the order is Lake Eola and Eola Park ,

Bulgaria will do but it may be !to be kept by the seller. The originalin I

forced to join the allies, having Rou the hands of the buyer and the duplicate -

mania on one side and Turkey on the retained by the seller must be ,
other. Bulgaria produces nearly 50- kept for a period of two years, during i
:- 000,000 bushels of wheat. It would which time any agent of the internal'' SHIRTS 1 .

appear that the food supply of France revenue service or any state officer or The time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
and England is assured providing municipal officer in whose charge the In stocking the "Manhattan" make we
; success attends their efforts in open- regulations for the sale of drugs is : simply voice the exclusive haberdashersof
ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be
, ing the Dardanelles, the sea of Marmora placed, may examine either the origi- : New York. We carry identically the
f and the Hellespont. nal or the duplicate. : same designs and the newest effects that
:. Transports and vessels of all kinds Conviction for violation of the law j absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or are on exhibition there are with us herein

t and descriptions could carry the immense is punishable by a fine of not more silk, in Madras, in Percale .
1 yields from southern Russia than $2,000 or imprisonment for not {' three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY AND PRICES ARE THE SAME

i i through the Mediterranean unmolested more than five years or both. I I

t to the very gates of the French MAKERS.
Mediterranean coast. From there it TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY | I

say te shipped to all cities in France JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of : Call and let me show them to you.
and England. the most important items in successful j II
growing of fruits and vegetables. I
t In striking at Constantinople with I
Talk with H. C. McDaniel. He has
1 the intent to open communications made a success of growing both. He!I I
between Russia and the Mediterranean sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" | r .
brand. His experience is worth something /
. acted with
sea the allies have a I I
to you. Phone 708.
; wisdom which offsets in a measure 2-26-lm I Ter
the German decree to blockade the I

f British Isles and the west coast of TAKE THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER S. Y. WAY I :: S1IO> ,
home. Ask Estes.
France. trip on your way

t_ 0 FOR 3-2-6t SALE-A good work horse; I I
! LICENSES FOR PUSSIES- guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
nuite No. 19 East Pine street, at Insurance and Real Estate Agent .
There almost cats as
! are as many A'I YOUR SHOES
Hanson's Shoe Shop. -
, natives in Jersey City, and the mighty

x duets they sing early every morningis FURNISHED HOUSE-Seven rooms. PHONE 172 Are just as important as your dress, frequently '
the cause of many complaints. But One month or longer $40 a month.
Teephone 673, or call Room No. 47, more so.
alderman has come to the rescue
an Watkins Bldg. 32'WANTEDGood Our New Spring Styles are all in.Ve
of the sleepless by offering an ordi-
specialize in the new English lasts, they
that all pussies shall be li-
nance boy, about 14 years interesting.
censed. At the same time he disputesthe old, to carry paper route. Applyat are
old maids' belief that cats are sa- this office. 3-2-tf DRESS SHOES

cred and dogs profane. Unless the
ordinance is soon made a law there FOR for RENT rent. -204 One West furnished Central bedroom ave- I Patent Plain Toe, Button Cloth Top,

will not be any cats to license, for an nue. 3-2-3tc I Pumps ,

e electrician has worked out an invention - STREET AND GENERAL WEAR

't that turns the nocturnal prowlers ..I..IIIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIII.II.III."r""i! Patent Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords. .
into skyrockets. lie has rigged up a
- shocking affair on his back fence and GOLF, TENNIS OR SPORT

i any lady cat who jumps on it to call $200 $225 $250 and so on II Tan, Black, with Rubber Soles.
f her hero gets the shock of hf r young ,

t life. The new White Oxfords for Palm Beach ;

!- -o Suits are going to be extremely popular.

" The,three Joseph saloons Zapf in company Jacksonville, conducting has- up to $500 or $550 j II We can fit you !

.
f gone into bankruptcy. People don'tconsume

r f. for they have the whiskey learned that they it used destroys to, Any price you want to pay for one of the choice J .

, efficiency.-Tallahassee True Demo- I /'

f crat.e (1 THORNTON PARK j I; .

: The Kansas legislator who introduced -
a bill to prohibit women from

i,E using learned cosmetics that the ladies on their are not faces as soon gentle Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- |I DICKSON IVES CO.

in the
had been
as they painted
matter of criticisms of the male sex. strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask
II

We do not expect 0t to see many your dealer if you care to see these lots.

changes made in our election laws at :
t .DEPARTMENT STORE.
the session of the Florida legislature
1 i
'- which convenes in Tallahassee next .. ..

month, but there are some that should
be looked after. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
1 1r
R --0.- TAYLOR & THORNTON 1 The Store of true service, of never-failingr courtesy -

Those who had fears that the age of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise -
at *
right prices
of motors was about to eliminate the
noblest of all animals are talking note ORLANDOr FLORID,
df the fact that the horse is rapidly Proprietors j
being eliminated by the war demands I 'L t ri

of Europe. .. J ___ 1 __ IL ...1.. "II' U..IlIla..H III 1111 IllY1'" - ---Is

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rlattbn nrirty I r THEATRE ; Er "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"- U


I"I"F Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 II
By Miss Eliza Wright GRANDTODAY p. m.

.: :el phonc No.--179. Residence telephone No. 254 I Admission 5 Cents % D


DIAL CALENDAR the club. So many beautiful visitors 'IIIII I""I"III'IIIIIL /_ .
. 27th. I added to our lovely set of home girls, ;1

:ar7 .with their charming escorts, made the TODAY'S PROGRAM
occasion brilliant The committee
:iAL CALENDAR one. o
in charge of the delightful affair 4-Reels-1

I 2nd6th. were Mrs. Harry L. Beeman, Mrs.
John T. Fuller, Mrs. James Laughlin Victor. "The Lass o' Kilkrankie."

lesday bound," Presbyterian III., Mr. Wm. Beardall, and Mr. LeRoy JESSE L. LASKY A in two comedy-drama reels. of bonnie Scotland, $t >
presents
i Giles. Punch, sandwiches, and
,,f b; Mrs. C. C. Reichis coffee were served during the dancingand I EDWARD ABELESIN Nestor. "A Troublesome Wink." '
1 intermission. McIntosh's orchestra o WANT A WATCH ? 0
Club; book review; Powers. "Suspense."
Ives. I furnished the splendid music. You can get a reliable time piece at any price
Club Mrs. S. G. And those singing and talking and you
re ; choose to You will find this
I dancing midgets.If pay. a different kind of a
BIRTHDAY PARTY. "AFTER FIVE"A watch store where watches
is Card Club; Mrs. D are regarded as staple ar-
*, hostess. I Miss Edith McMakin was the hon- clean you are looking for some good, ticles and sold at the close margin of staple goods. Fine
delssohn Club meetn 'oree of a pretty party yesterday af- Hilarious Comedy of Amazing ment, conody isit the and Favorite.a place of amuse- jewelry at moderate prices.ALLEN .
lecture room. ternoon, the occasion being her Five and ten
; ron, at Presbyterian- Plots and MisadventuresA cents.
twelfth About
I birthday. thirty-five & CO. JEWELERS. I
dnesday I;boys and girls were invited to cele- ,

stess.chelor Girls;" Miss i I'|'.brate with her. The games played PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN LucerneTODAY 16 5. .0LII I1Iu

I were very appropriate to this season, _
jb; Mrs. S.: A. RobinClub I
i.a baseball contest being enjoyed. --
; Mrs. Harriet : Cream and cake were served after

w.1 i the young people had spent a delightful FIVE REELS OF MOTION ( FOR FINISHING DOORS ,
is Card Club; Mrs. AND WAINSCOTINGWe
i afternoon at games and other

is.current events; Mrs. I amusements. PICTURESA have the best stains and varnishes I

-()- manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
:.' New Lucerne hotel. Mrs. A. Haden will not be able to scream from start to finish. s Well, seeing is believing. And the
..
ron, Methodist church. I
hursday receive- her friends as usual on "A LUCKY BLOWOUT"A z way to see it is to put it on your i
I
'
> afternoon. Wednesday of this week, on accountof doors. If you don't say it's the best
lere" Club; Mrs. Irv- I illness. Broncho Special Feature com- material you ever used for the money,

. el talk, Tourist'Head- -()- plete in two parts. i, well stand the expense. That's fair, t
Fordney. I The marriage of Miss Pauline Cliff isn't it?

.Scout lecture; Indianuse. to Dr. P. P. Pillans will take place HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" t
Wednesday at the home of the bride's l a Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co i

eption Friday, evening dance, i mother on Lake Eola. "A GIRL AND TWO "BOYS"A lI 205 S. Orange Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. --()- ,
and Mrs. Ben Buxton, The entire membership of the Men- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Mr. and Mrs. Math- Beauty Drama."BRONCHO .
:jo
delssohn Club is requested to meet at
ruests. 10 cents 20 cents
Mrs. W. M. Lege. the Presbyterian lecture room tonightat
1 dance. seen-thirty sharp. Important bus-
;Saturday iness.I .
club; Mrs. Rogers, hos- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER ,
I __ BILLY'S JUDGMENT" +
I FREE LECTURE on Christian Science -
--()- at the Lucerne theatre March Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
I Mr. and Mrs. John of Mansfield ,
i Hayle Something Something New !
?ARLISLE. 2 at 8 The new
|I Ohio, who have been spending 2-28-2t, p. m. public is invited. Try it. Ask About it. i
;e ceremony of Miss :i I the winter at 22 East Church street, An Drama I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for I
in, daughter of Mr.and i I i will leave today to visit St. Petersburg Essany featuring I three or more
.. aughlin, Jr., and Mr. I and other points of interest in HORSE RACES! Mr. G. M. Anderson. Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand I
'i the southern part of the state. They At Fair Grounds, Saturday, March 6. COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES "
Carlisle:: was solemnized
will return in about ten days and remain Two match races. POTATO SALAD
:k Sunday afternoon, here until they start north. Two cow pony races. FOUR BIG REELS i
at 'Sydonia the Sack races, and all other races.
mag- - -
J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
estate ---- Every one welcome. Admission 25c. .
lin at Zellwood.
NOTICE For further information see W. W. Phone 26 Bakery .
.he hour set, the Rev. Yates. 3-2-lt

kert led the from Of Application for Tax Deeds Under '-
way First Floor ________5c. and lOc L
Section 8 of
the lovely flame-vine i Chapter 4888, WANTED couple to take part ofa .
Laws of Florida White ____5c. and
a in the court, reading j house furnished for housekeeping; Balcony lOc.

Ie 148th Psam, Master I*| Notice is hereby given that the sonable.temporary Box or 21 permanent, city. ; very 3-2-6t rea- Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc 1. Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results \

;hlin followed, shower-J[Tax Syndicate Company, purchasersof
he of the bride, tax ceretificates named below, has
_parch FOR SALE-Tomato plants, now 4
filed said certificates in office and
.nt in wed- my ready. Livingston Globe. $1.50 -
exquisite
an made \
application for tax deeds to issue -
thousand. Box 551 Orlando Fla.
,
white embroidered per
pearl
in accordance with law. Said certificates -
3-2-ltd&w
iffeta and satin, beauti- embrace the following de-
I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
ilicity. Her veil was of 'jscr"oeJ I property situated in Orange s
i county, Florida towit: CARD OF THANKS
tly ornaments being the Certificate No. 110, dated June 5,
her mother wore when 1911: Northeast quarter of southeast God in: His goodness has seen fit to ,
diamond necklace withi quarter, section 7, township 22 south, call away from us our dear wife and Established 1886
ranee 28 east. Assessed in the name mother. How sad and lonely is our t
set with the same jewf of F. L. Woodruff. home tonight. In the last few monthswe t
the groom. Standing Certificate No. 240, dated June 3, have heard her voice so much, and
t and ferns, with the im- 1912: Southwest quarter of south- tonight our home is lonely. Wordscan CURTIS
& O'NEALINSURANCE
ies, a few neighbors,and east quarter (less beg. 205 ft. w. of not express our sadness. We desire -
ne. cor. run s. 175 ft., w. 200 ft., n. to show our appreciation to those
of the estate, who are 175 ft, e. 200 ft). Assessed in the who assisted us in caring for her.
ss Leila, the solemn ser- name of J. R. Pounds. Also to those who sent so many beau- &
jrmed. The sun seemed Certificate No. 594, dated April 5, tiful floral offerings. May God bless LOANS t
1892: Northeast quarter of northwest each one.
ake part in the happy quarter, section 26, township 22 MARTIN, and Clarence, Elma
. own forth across the south, ranee 28 ojst. Assessed in the and Louise Martin. :
at the appointed time.f rams of Unknown. = REAL ESTATE RENTALS
> the bride gave her i 1 Certificate No. 132, dated July 3, "BUCK" VIVIAN OFFICE DEPUTY
1905: All of Perry's Add. to Ocoee. .
TO THE SHERIFF
many congratulationsd ; Assessed in the name of A. F. Odlin. I.
upon the happy pair, :! Unless said certificates shall be re- C. A. Vivian, known to his many .

issembled on the porch : deemed according to law, tax deeds friends as "Buck," was yesterday appointed .
.awing room, where elab- 1 will issue thereon on the 3rd day of office deputy by Sheriff Frank
April, A. D. 1915.
Ihments were served. | Wit.u.'I'* my official signature and Gordon. :Mr. Vivian was deputy clerkin i
elatives attending froms seal this the 1st day of March, A. D. B. :M. Robinson's office for 21-2
were the father and 191:>. years, and his appointment in the For Sale
sister of the groom, Mr. (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk. sheriff's office will be pleasing to his
M. A. HOWARD
By D. C.
ghart Laughlin and chil- many friends.

. iburg, Pa.. Mr. and Mrs. FAREWELL RECEPTIONThe House eight rooms: Lot 65J xl67. Price' i
i ,
In, of Mount Dora, Fla., OSTEOPATHYDR.

Mrs. James Laughlin III.,
guests at the Summerlin House !
A
I $4500.00. bargain.
tendered farewell
a reception yesterday J. C. HOWELL
-o- afternoon to Mrs. Pell-Clarke and and Surgeon .
:LUB DANCE. I Osteopathic Physician
her secretary, Miss White, who left Kirksville Graduate
ry Club dance was held last night on the 12:30 Atlantic Coast Consultation Free

place of tonight, as pre- Line train for California.Don't Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan t
inced. It was one of the HoteL
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 Illllliilltl liilllliilMMMMitMliMi. MH
ile affairs ever given at forget the Sentinel want ads Orlando, Fla.


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j :LLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES Establishng: a New Standard of Tire Values

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6Qf}J.-MIJ ES ON 3 AND 3!/ INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

30 x 3 ___________$9.00. $ 9.45 $2.35
#;500 MILES ON 3 AND 3 INCH
/2 KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 x 3V2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70 t

,/5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER'SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 _____:: ____$19.05 20.00 3.85 .. .

f 6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. I 34 x 4 ___-_______$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 4V ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end 37 x 5___________$32. 0 33.90 625

to tire troubles If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. _ 1:



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Adjustments

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T. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. i San Juan Garage Company j

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FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse power engine iiJ/Um:;
PRICESTO SENTINEL 2-23-6t for sale. 402 Gore avenue. I I her, Laths and hiligles


GETREADY SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY

f' WANTSThe On the Gulf LANDS highlands of the fam-

CASH ous Sarasota Bay district, South Flor-
dia. Fertile soil heavy and late ship-
pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy
Morning Sentinel Want and early shippers of winter vegeta-
bles no killing frosts healthful cli-
; ;
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want mate; invigorating salt air from the ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
Brick Road. gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
sian wells; this proved and tested
Terms Cash in Advance.
land, close to transportation
surrounded -
5 Room House, close in. Easy by prosperous groves and -

Terms. For One Day RATES____________23<*. farms small, we offer at a low price on ,
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____-_____50c at payment 6 cent.down Large balance ten Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days ______________75c years to pick per from. Immense acreagenow in
2 Lots, Concord Park For One Month ____________$2.50 values will follow. This special leap offeris .
This rate all ads of
applies on not to speculators but ot those
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Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- who will actually develop the land. -
tains more than 25 words the rate Exceptionally fine class of residents
will be one cent per word for coming in.
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE 1
terms. sertion.If CO.,
you can't bring your ad to Box 609, Sarasota, Fla. 3 rCflDftCft
\Ve will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts 2-21-1moc # "

the above. opened by telephone will be .
payable the following day.
FOR SALE
Home Business- Terms to Suit Purchaser
Every --Every
Every Man has for Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
use
a
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. in 5, 10, 20
Sentinel Want Ad. or more acre plots on
brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
Watkins Block PHONE 504 rings or white H. G. Jackson R. F. D. KIN LAID 1111ff SNOIVPENOrlando's

FOR SALE 2-14-lmo No. 2, Orlando* for appointment.

-For FineWATCH FOR SALE]-Nice homes and orange
for sale. Worth the
I groves money.
CLOCK and laitland, Fla. W. B. Tucker, Box .3. FOR SALE-On account of poor and
> -28-Gt* health the undersigned hereby offers Largest Cheapest
JEWELRY REPAIRING for sale at a bargain, his desirable
property located at the corner of
TO THE ORLANDO TOURIST:
call on C. VATER who If you decide to locate here, 1 have West street and Ridgewood avenue.
a beautiful home site overlooking This property is central in a first FURNITURE HOUSEI
f is an expert at this trade Colonial Park near Amelia avenue; class neighborhood, and convenientto
3 large lots; $650 cash takes the school business lake and park.
with many years experience bunch. Address Owner, Box 733.: Owner will sell all, or part cash or
-28-Gt* terms. Property consists of nice new Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at Youngs RepairShop bungalow, fronting on Ridgewood
FOR SALE Studebaker touring car, avenue, has six rooms and large
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH I It 30; 1910 model; in first class order. ceiled basement with flue suitable for to
L t Address at once I:. P. Pim, Sentinel kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
r t office. 2-26-3t house unfurnished. Price 2100.
I Also nearly new two-story six-
: FOR SALE QUICK-Will sacrificetwo room cottage, fronting on West street.
nice lots east side close in; with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
r $250 for one, $450 for both; good reason feet; house partly furnished. Price
for selling. Address Box 659 $1,950. -
DR. JOSEPJIIXE HARPER city. 3-26-3tc Also a beautiful connecting corner I

.t Office corner Orange Avenue and lot, 70\85; feet fronting on two
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE-Horse, wagon harness streets, and graded for basement Clearance Sale
and buggy. A bargain if taken at building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
. Phone 419. once. Will sell'all together or separately quick sale owner would dispose of
if desired. Inquire J. F. Wat- all of the above to one party, for 1t
t kins No. 2 America street. $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc
-26-6tc OF '
.
I EAT. FIGS -
FOR SALE OR RENT Two story FOR RENT::
cottage, seven rooms and bath
i- They are good for your health. modern conveniences roomy porches FOR RENT-Smal! flat modtrn conveniences t
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. unfurnished.
Jas. A.
G t We- have figs in every way. 2-23-tf Knox. 11-3-tf Gas Heaters . 1

L STUFFED FIGSSELECTED OAK WOOD-On the lot, cut four NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
feet long, in lots to suit; or the
to adults 409
only.
whole lot. Price right if taken at Delaney street.
; FIGS IN GLASS 10-25-tf
once. Chas. F. Nason 700 W. Amelia

JARS avenue. 2-23-6t ROOMS $3.50 PER WEEK-Large Having a few heaters !eft which \\.e do not wish to car-

i FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED FOR equipped SALE-Buick; speedcmeter touring, Presto car,tank fully, water St.veranda James bath electric; in best of lights part hot of Orlando.and cold ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

S FIGS etc.Ford A Garage bargain., Church Act street.quick. Call 2-12-tf at streets. corner West and 2-27-61 South out during the month of March at the following prices: ,

t CALARAB CANDY FIGS
I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc- WANTED::

tion, nor any city lots outside ofthe Heaters for
i $6.80
Don't forget we are headquarters corporation, though I have some WANTED-Orphan girl, 19 years old, $8.50
splendid building lots near Lake Eola, wishes a position as companion t
Jellies Pre-
for Jams, and ;
r- and they will be priced on their merits. willing to go anywhere. Address 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
t serves. See the owner and save commis- XYZ, 317 North Main St, Orlando
p sions. II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. Fla. 2-28-31
P -. "-26-lmo 4.50 Heaters for 3.60

f WANTED-For M. E. S. S. orchestra
FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs players-violin, clarinet viola bass.
! CARUTHiRS & GURE for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. Call on or address A. A. Patch, at i 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
F; Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-6t I

FOR SALE A good city residence
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f New Modern G Grocery' y cash Owner with. balance all," care modern Sentinel on conveniences time.office.Address; part office.WANTED old to carry-Good papers.boy about Apply 14 at 2-years this 7-tf BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER. CENT. '.

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WANTED-One or two rooms for .
Phone 200
i FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright light housekeeping by two ladies
ik grand piano won by Miss Myrtle within walking distance of town.
t Weeks in the recent contest will be Address DeLaney Drug Co.C24 ,
6 and 8 East Pine St. i sold for benefit of Baptist church
i building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. PALMS

Weeks, 10 Washington street. WATER & LIGHT
CO
ORLANDO
113tfcFO Now is the time to plant palms.
F We have the best assortment of palmsto
1 5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO (; SALE-Five passenger touringcar be had. Also Griffing's Roses give
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in A-l condition; the> for results. ". II. Brokaw, salesman, GAS DEPARTMENT
rte cash. or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
e 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 -27-12tc!
1-4-tf
.k LOST-35x4! 1-2 automobile tire on
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock rim. Finder will please return to -.
North and West and tools best farm in county; va- J. L. Dillard, Winter Garden Fla., \:
riety fruits, 1,600 rees; elegant up- and receive reward. 2-17-tfc
- to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock I
"DIXIE FLYER" Orlando. J. Van Buskirk FOR FRESH
Bldg., own- VEGETABLES and

; "DIXIE LIMITED" er. 1-16-tfc 708.strawberries Parties ,coming phone H.to C.the McDaniel garden Finley's' Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStore

FOR SALE for vegetables will be given low
"SEMINOLE LIMITED" Far F Sale
75 acres suitable for citrus culture prices. 2-20-lmo r

1 "MONTGOMERY ROUTE" and truck farming, bordering on a Has always on hand a large and well selected:
pretty lake and has one-half mile Umbrellas recovered
and
. "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" frontage on the Orlando to Sanford "while' you wait," at Young's repaired Repair stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

,f- brick road, this frontage being adapted Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
for nice home sites could be sub-
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Pulman to St. Louis
cars Chicago, ,
divided into 40 building plots 60x200
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, feet each, leaving about 60 acres for BUYERS AND SELLERS CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Louisville and intermediate points. citrus fruits and truck farming; five I buy, sell rent, and exchange real . .. .orange grove; has been 1
minutes walk to railroad station, estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla, ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S

Dining Cars via stores, hotel, school and churches. over 30 years. Have handled over set out a year; select budded trees, .
When you consider location and good 20000000. Call and see me. '
transportation facilities with other 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. orange and grapefruit-;- there are PIONEER

: Atlantic Coast Line advantages the property's real valueis 111-2 acres in the located on
grove;
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS BONE 67 Corntr Pine and Conrt
dent who needs money. He author- -House repairs of all kinds done Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con-
Standard Railroad of the South izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; I .
buys this property gets a bar- screen doors and windows a specialty; Ray and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a \ ..,,-
gain. For further particulars, call-on sleeping porches counters shelling :
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, A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & garages, office fixtures; window and mile from Pine Castle road soon to \ ---- \
. J Jacksonville Fla. Davis building corner Church street door frames made to order. Get our _
t and Orange avenue. Orlando. prices. 18 East Church street. A be bricked; new up to date seven room
r J. G. Kirkland D. P. A., 1-31-tfc postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo
house; good large barn and"other I The 14arzet
; Tampa, Fla. I
FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- SIGNS buildings. This proposition is for i
t per Colony for sale at a bargain if OF CLEANLINESS EQUALITY,
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of j
1t acres of as good land as there is in I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
.. Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; ; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
I all under fence; 6 room house, auto
'", and wagon sheds feed barn, stables Glass or Wood or see the owner I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

corn crib and poultry house; crop and Everything screened away from the flies and)kept frr-h
, some farming tools go with place. Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa
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S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. G. M. BISSELL I and pore.
! 2-19-d&wk-lmo specialty We invite inspection and guarantee lath faetio ''i. We tune

. DR. L. H. RAMSDELL LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. I have Morgan with me and can at grove 1-28-lm everything in the Meat Line. 1Fr

OPTOMETRIST Also furnished or unfurnished give prompt service L
ORLANDO, - FLORIDA houses for summer rental. Price and : M.se'f&c
,, terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton owner -
t WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
215 South Main 'street, opposite I
80
AND DO ALL KINDS OF -r.pthodis" church. Phone 99.227lmo GEO. A. BARKER PHONE NO. PINE REETCUT

OPTICAL REPAIRING 110 West Pine St. Don't overlook the want ads.

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1 inTG SQUADRON NOTES CHAS. BECKER REFUSED NEW BASEBALL BRIEFS ABOUT THE
TRIAL BY SUPREME COURT BIRMINGHAM BARONS
Local Christian Endeavorers, Ep- -
worth Leaguers and members of the New York, Feb. 27--Charles Beck- The veterans are beginning to roll
B. Y. P. U. are expected to rally to er's applicatin for a new trial on the in now, the rookies having been given
the meetings of tomorrow as well as indictment charging him with the the last two days to themselves with Beautiful
those of Tuesday, when Rev. Dr. Wil- murder of' Herman Rosenthal, the few exceptions. Big Dave Roth, the Rugsat
bur F. Sheridan, general secretary of gambler, was denied by the supreme hurler and pinch hitter, was among
the Epworth League, will be speakerof court. the first to arrive, but as a rule the
the meetings. The denial motion was entered coming in of the seasoned men has
The women of various church, tem- when John B. Johnson, Becker's coun- been s'low.Manager' .
perance and civic societies of the city sel, filed his personal affidavit deny- Molesworth thinks this is
are also expected to have delegationsat ing certain charges set forth in the the greatest climate in the world and Small Cost at
the meetings on Tuesday, when Dr. affidavit subsequent to the testimonyof the chances are that Orlando will be
Carolyn Geisel, of the Battle Creek, James Marshal, the witness for the made the permanent training camp of
:Mich., Sanitarium, and Dr. Ira Land- state in the former police lieutenant's the Barons and the trip South an an- .
rith, president of Ward-Belmont Col- second trial. Johnson said the charges nual affair. He states that the pea
lege, of Nashville, Tenn., will be reflected on him. ple are a genial lot. President R. II. THE BIG STOREFloorCoverings
speakers.The Baugh, of the Barons, is expected
Flying Squadron is not officially AT THE LUCERNE THEATRE, on down about the 10th.
connected to any other existing temperance Tuesday March 2, 1915, at 8 p. m., Mr. Baugh is one of the biggestmen
, organization, according to will be given a free lecture on Chris- in baseball in the South. Judge
Hon. J. Frank Hanly, former gover- tian Science. You are cordially invited Wm. Kavanaugh, president of the
nor of Indiana, who comes to the city to attend. 2-28-2t league, died Saturday, February 20
,' on Wednesday with the third group and in looking around for his succes-
of the squadron. "We are the friendsof IN AUTOING ORLANDO sor, the league directors have about
all; the enemies of none," Gov. come to the conclusion that Mr.Baughis
Hanly said recently. 'We war only Pensacola Item: Orlando is the the man for the place. The chancesare
against the liquor traffic. We knowno home of 447 automobiles, or one to that he will be accorded the honor
party, no sect, no creed. Differingin every 15 white men, women and babies when the directors meet in special
politcal affiliation and conviction, in the city. That's enough to session soon to select a successor to that you will like!
and in church relationship, we stand make it dangerous for the other four- the late President Kavanaugh.;
together united as one in a call to all teen not so favored to get about on Many sore muscles greeted the boys .
the people to free our common coun- the roads and streets. The total of after the first days' work-outs, but
try from the curse of rum." the mortgage on record on account of they have about ironed the kinks out Mighty hard work to select the right kind of
this prosperity is not given. It wasa by now and are ready to go the limit. a rug
COMMERCE COMMISSION ANNOUNCES boy in an Orlando Sunday school Something like ten games will be isn't it? Poor ones spoil the looks of room.
played here during the sojourn of the any
RATE ON FLORIDA who was asked what is meant by "the
,i ORANGES quick and the dead." lie said the Barons, and the baseball fans of Orlando Then they last a long time too, and if you buy some
who the will be given some real league
quick are the ones can dodge
Washington, Feb. 27.-Railroads automobiles can't.and the dead are the I enough baseball,fever which, so will that probably a semi-pro.inject thing that is displeasing, you regret .it for many
who
carrying grapefruit and orange ship- ones I I team will be placed here during the to come.
ments north of Jacksonville and other I years
summer.
basing points in Florida today were A FREE LECTURE on the subjectof
I The diamond will be in great shape
ordered by the Interstate Commerce Christian Science will be given by
Commission to establish a rate of not I Bicknell Young, C. S. B., member of by Monday and those fans who have (l Why not let us help you in selecting your rug?
the board of lectureship of the Mother been journeying out to the park will
more than $1.621-2 per hundred Church, First Church of Christ Sci- We have
have the pleasure of hearing the ball hundreds of artistic designs and color
pounds for oranges in car loads and entist, Boston, Mass. The lecture will com-
meet the bat, the bing-bang of the
and in mixed be given Tuesday eveningIarch 2,
grapefruit carloads
3 oranges from these points to Billings, at 8 o'clock, in the Lucerne theatre. clouts of the field, the exhilaration of binations, in many worthy weaves. We can assist
The public is cordially invited to at- seeing the husky athletes tear into
Butte, Helena, and Great Falls, Mont. tend. 2-28-2t hook slides, in selecting floor the kind
the big full tilt on those you your coverings, that
and all those other things that go to
make the national pastime one of the will exactly suit your tastes and requirements. We

greatest games in captivity. feel sure we can please you. We know our pricesare

THE CRACKER AND HIS CRACKER
THERE'S A REASON lower than you can get anywhere else in town.
Poem read at New York and New
Jersey Association meeting at Rus- You can see where it will .pay you to make us a visit.
sell's Feint. Saturday.Out .
of the frozen Northland,

1. WHY? Down Out to of the the Sunny ice and:Southland;snow, Low Prices all
Special
Where fruit and flowers grow. on

Out of the frozen Northland, ,
Where ice and frost is kinjr,
Down to the Sunny Southland,
Where all the birds now sing. in
Back to the frozen :NorthlandWill Bugs stock for one week

all you tourists go;
Or will you stay in Florida,
In the place called Orlando.

This space belongs to Many places I have been, .
I've traveled through the state, SALE COMMENCES MONDAY
The state of intoxicationIs .
rJlic)
Co-Operation Produce( Exchange the only state I hate.

J Pasadena, of California,
Watch it for future announcements Pomona Will make, "godess the of tourist fruit,smile" ; Below is a few of the many low prices we are offerin -

1 Will please you for a while.
this great Rug Sale:
1 I've seen the "Lady of Ansrels."

I've I've traveled seen the through"Golden the Middle Gate" WestI 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, $36.50 value, . $29.50 I
I live in New York State.

I I But of all the States that please me. 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $28.00 value, . . $23.98
JONES .GOES JUST THE !SAME Is where the.Cracker plys his trade
I Living on the Yankee; 9x12 Good Quality Velvet, $22.50 value, . $18.98
Have you come to his aid?

The Cracker has his cracker, 9x12 Royal Kirmann Rugs, $38.00 value, $29.98

My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen lIe's you willing want to to take divide.Do it from. him? 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $24.50 value, for . $17.98
Where is northern pride?
months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the your 9x12 Royal Treman Rugs, $55.00 value, . $42.50
same time it always Let the dear old Cracker live,

has.TIME TABLE Let lIe him cannot live on shovel you snow and me, 9x12 Velvet Extra Special, $22.00 value, . $16.98
While we are in Orlando.
9x12 Royal Ka Shan cheap at $100 special $73.50
'IT Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler. All should be most thankfulWe ,

Where are the living Yankee in and a land the Cracker 9x12 Savalan Royal Wilton, $75.00 value, $48.50
WEST BOUND EAST BOUD Shakes each others hand.
Read Down Read Up R.'S.27 Carl, 1915., Chittenango, N. Y., Feb. 9x12 Matting Rugs, extra special sale prig, $ 2.49

A.M.IA.M.! P.1.: IA.l\1.. P. l\l.ip. 1\1.
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Orlando I ?:30.IO.15 I. 3:00: J 9.30 I 6.00 I
Ocoee I j:30111.15 4oo': '; 8.3C 12.301 5.00 I The lot advertised for $1200,
,4'\Vinter ROOf GARDEN'THEATRE TO. NIGHT
Garden -
8.15 I 2.
j:45ilI:30 4.301 4.45 with a reduction of $400.00, if
Oakland : 8:001--- 4:30 : 8.00 --,
4.30
.. buyer would build, was boughtby

Mr. Samuel Brice of New 4 REELS A.T EVERY SHOW 4

r r- o. __ I York. We have decided to of- 1

I I i fer another one. Imp Drama. 2 Reels. Victor Merserean, Wm. 'e1sh

llanimond&Qore "THE AWAITED HOUR." :
Corner lot, well located;; Side-

1"1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I walks, water, lights, gas. North I Victor Drama. Mary Fuller t

REAL VALUES LOW PRICESCOMPARE east. $1000.00. Will take $600if "THE BRIBE." .

buyer will build within one
Nestor Comedy. Forde, Lyons, Moran"LIZZIE'S I

1 OUR FURNITUREWe Ii year. DIZZY." ,


been accepted provide by the knowing quality furniture of furniture buyers that has as long the Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, 5c. and 1 Oc. .1

standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca "'t make CARL DANN ,
this point Aoo clear-it is one of the foundat on stones
of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
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Yowell-DuckwortJi Co.

: REAL ESTATECOMP4NY
IcNEDl & DAVIS BLOCK,

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando. Fla. v Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." ,

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After a pleasant visit of seven
weeks with her cousin Mrs. E. Mc-
Makin, Mrs. J. D. Eastin left yesterday -
for her home in Emporia Kansas.

Mr. Edward Niminicht who has
been visiting his relatives the family
of Mr. A. A. Gould, 206 Liberty street 1 iwiJL
1 1S left yesterday for Washington Ind. \ .

Qull"3am&
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Griffin of Richmond
SAVE IN SAFETYDon't Hill L. I., have arrived in Or-
lando to spend a short time. They
are guests at the San Juan hotel.
4 hide away your savings about the

.. house waiting until you have a large amount Hon. Thos. Emmett Wilson one of
the state's leading attorneys was in
Think of SAFETY FIRST. Orlando yesterday from Sanford look-
ing after business-private and pro-
Whenever you have a dollar or more, bringit 'essional. .

in and deposit it here in The State Bank. 1' a t ill ,
Mr. A. M. Dawson who has been
( It will be secure and begins to earn 4 per visiting his niece :Mrs. E. McMakin,
cent. returned to his home in Haines City
yesterday. He was accompanied by .
Savings Acounts may be opened any busi- his son, :Mr. Curl Dawson.Mr. /
,
ness day with $1 or more. ( i
: Walter S. Adams one of the .,
leading real estate dealers of Louisville -
Ky., is spending today in Orlando ,
a guest at the San Juan hotel. MEMBER FEDIBALBBEKVE I
The State Bankof r
1 SYSTEM OF BANKS
Arrivals at the San Juan yester- i
day included Mrs. E. :M. Lee and :Miss
Lee Washington, D. C., and Mr. and .
THE "FEDERAL
Orlando Mrs. S. M. .Neel of Kansas City, Mo. RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM OF
/ I WHICH OUR BANK IS MEMBER, IS THE BEST BANK-
Mrs. :M. C. Russell of Atlanta Ga.. ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
and Miss Russell of Denver Colorado -
have arrived at the San Juan THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS OF .
hotel to spend a portion of the sea- GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE

/ son. GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.

:Mr. Geo. R. Wharton is expectedto WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAKING a.
arrive in Orlando today from Aurelia -
OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT FEDERAL
RE-
Iowa to visit his sister Mrs.R.
R. Reynolds at 400 South Orange SERVE BANK. :

avenue. YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moore and fam- WHEN YOU ARE A DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
ily, who have been o
residing at 201 BANK WITH US. ,
South street since the first of October -
returned yesterday to their home
I in Ocoee. .
The Peoples National Bank
-- - I Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Kuder of New a
AtlMtlltlllMllttiMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIMIMItRugs York city are recent arrivals at the
San Juan hotel. They will spend IT'S A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
some time enjoying the pleasure and
sunshine in Orlando.Mr. .
I :

and Mrs. T. J. '
McLaug-hlin'l' ,
RugsAT Miss Gladys McLaughlin, . A'I I ,
L Flynn and maid of Daytona, made up I i I ..
an interesting party of visitors spend ,
ing yesterday in Orlando.Mr. t

H. W. McClure the popular
representative of the Conklin Tin II Films
COST AND Plate and Metal company of Albany I IRE'SA Develop..
Ga., was among the business trans
actors in Orlando yesterday.Mr. I I

and Mrs. J. W. Hampton and
LESS Miss Mira Wart man, who have been 10 Cents Roll
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J: R. Peebles,
at 500 East Central avenue. left Sun-
day afternoon for Camden S. C. I A

:Messrs. Will Carlton and H. :M. Take your films to

ALL SIZES AND PATTERNS Rogers among, the of Hudson trasients Falls registering N. Y., were at

the San Juan yesterday.Mr. .

and Mrs. G. A. Underwood of REASONWUV J Pnarm

Included in this sale.Don't comers Sudbury now Mass.making, are their among home the at new the ;

St. James. They are so well pleased
with the place that they expect to
purchase
your return next*season.

Floor Coverings until Miss Virgie. -Richerson of Louisville \ ? !
Ky., who has been the guest of Kodak
Mrs. B. G. Abernethy at her pretty Their Depart]
have line home on East Central avenue left .
you seen our yesterday afternoon for Tampa to I
visit Mrs. E. Whittaker.. unexcelled. A comstock .

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wertz who have

H Ne \Will Save loll ll Molley n been left yesterday spending the for winter their in home Orlando in -THE-- CHRISTIAN- SCIENCE SO- ( of Kodaks and f "
j Docgherty Iowa. They expect to CIETY of Orlando. Fla. will give a
stop at various places en route reach- free lecture on Christian Science at I
ing home about the middle of April. the Lucerne theatre March 2, 1915,
at 8 p. m. All are cordially welcome. I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Verson of 2.28-2t *
Union City Pa, are recent arrivalsat
the San Juan where they will = ....'.....
spend part of the season. Mr. and
Ocar Hand i San Mr?. T. B. Knobb of Waverly N. J., .
: are also recent arrivals at the hotel.

; Miss Ada Alexander who has been Friends opinions
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stevens -
at the Wyoming for several
f WEST PINElllltlMIMIIIIMIMMIMMIM weeks left yesterday for her home in
r i'J Atlanta Ga.. Miss Alexander and
rt Mrs. Stevens are sisters.
t IMIMIMMtlllllltlllllllMIIMtiat H
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Trudeau
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r who have been spending some time t
with Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Leach and '
f family in Concord Park, left Sunday Banking service is the fact. that a large
for their home in Chicago. They;
! Artistic Souvenirs were return delighted again with next Orlando winter. and hopeto part of our new business arises from the S : '
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f Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Runnelly of recommendation of present patrons.
,I Bowling Green Ky., arrived in Or-
lando yesterday afternoon on the
f Tampa Special. They are touring
Sterling Silver Forks Hand
' Spoons, Florida and have been visiting the Frequently new patrons tell us that they
principal East Coast cities and re
! Painted China, Crumb Trays and many sorts. This is their first visit to this are establishing relations with this Bank
section but they say they'll be here

other useful and beautiful articles typi-- next season. / because we have so satisfactorily served 'J F ;

cal of Florida and Orlando that will Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisner of
provea Holyoke, Mass, and Mr. Walter Ph their friends.A .
Weisner of Springfield Mass. are I
source of great delight to your friends among the visitors now sojourning in
Orlando guests at the San Juan ho-
"back North." We also tel. They have visited several placesin
. a complete
carry the state and are getting all of the consultation with one of our officers

, line of up-to-date Jewelry: Our Repair and pleasure other possible.drawbacks The of recent a minor rains nature -
have not prevented them from will convince you of the superior service a IV

I Department is in charge;of most competent enjoying their visit. awe I'

workmen. Messrs. H. C. Berry of the firm of offer.
j Berry Bros. & Fresch Baltimore and
: Joe T. Brown representing :Marcus
f Loeb & Company, Atlanta Ga., are in

t ,, at jovial Orlando the knights San making Juan.of the their These grip headquarters two have genial been, OF1allO Bank & Trust C
CoM. :
T. H. EVANS part making of Florida annual for pilgrimages many years to and this n t

have the happy faculty of lining dark
clouds with silver. They are great
JEWELER boosters and can distribute more sun- Orlando's Conservative Bank
shine in a minute than the most energetic -

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