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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: March 4, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME'THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1915. NUMBER 18.

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RENEW BOMBARDMENT OF TURK FORTS ;






GERMAN REPLY TO U. S. NOTE PLEASINGBOMBARDMENT








SIAN BRITISH CRUISER-SEA AND OF DARDANELLES FRENCH PLANES ASSISTED MADE HAS BY BEEN USE ONE OF RESUMEDBY RUS-IN MANY NEW( FACES ''EX-GOV. HANLY OF:'Ship PURCHASE BILL GIVEN




/A LOCATING RESS IS THE BEING SURFACE MADE TOWARDS l\IINES-PROG- IN CONGRESS INDIANA FOETORUM


CONSTANTINOPLEAustroGerman DEATH[ BlDW %WUfN G.ijl. p'S



Fleet Active; Italy Is NEXTYEARUNDERWOOD



Preparing Army For WarMine AND BROUS- DELIVERS NOTABLE AD- j THREATENED FILIBUSTER


SARD MOVE UP INTO DRESS TO LARGE AUDI- - --
Sweepers Work Under Fire Is Reported to Have Been Excel- -

lent-An Austro-German Fleet Is Said to Be on Way for SENATENUMEROUSJTHER ENCE LAST NIGHT THE AITA1NTE HOTELHas SEN. FLETCHER WITHDREW

Dardanelles to Assist in Attack on Allied Fleet- MOTION FOR A NEW
CHANGESUncle HATES IIQOORRMANYREASONSHates
Other News From Battle Front CONFERENCEHOPELESS
I I Enjoyed a Generous Pat-


London March 3.-An official announcement by the admiralty was given Joe of Illinois, a Famous I. It for Its Intolerance, ronage-Proprietors Intendto TO GET VOTE ON BILL

out tonight and confirms the reports which have previously been received I Enlarge It After I
"Come-Back, Will Again Arrogance Hypocrisy
from Paris and Athens to the effect that the bombardment of the Turkish War Ends I -

fortifications in the Dardanelles has been resumed. Appear in the ( Greed, and FalsePretenses I I Other Legislation 'Would Suffer

The interesting and significant feature in tonight's announcement is a House When the European war is over
I If Filibuster Were
statement by the admiralty that the Russian cruiser, Askold, has joined in j Geo. E. Bates & Son, proprietors of I Attempted -

the general bombardment. Washington, D. C., March 3. With the declaration, "I hate it," in the Altamonte hotel, at Altamonte Over Ship Purchase -

Tonight's announcement states that the operations which have been Many changes in the personnel of j 1 regard to the liquor traffic, former Springs, intend to enlarge it. This Bill

delayed by bad weather were resumed Monday morning.The both house and senate in all parties I season the Altamonte hotel has enjoyed I
I Governor of Indiana
British battleships Triumph Ocean, and Albion, and four of the follow the expiration of this congress' Hanly spoke at a generous patronage that is I Washington, March 3.-The administration -

French cruisers are participating. and the coming in of the 64th con- I J the concluding session of the Flying most gratifying to the proprietors.It r ship purchase bill
was given
Tuesday the British battleships Canopues, Swiftsure, Cornwallis, and gress. Representatives Underwood, !'! Squadron yesterday; and "I bear no has been filled to its utmost capac- :

k the Russian cruiser Askold joined in. of Alabama, and Broussard, of Louis- I: malice towards those engaged in the ity and every room obtainable has a death blow late this afternoon when

The sea planes'were made use of in locating the surface mines. iana, move up into the senate. Chas. J>: liquor business, but I hate the traffic, !been engaged for a long while. Ali i it became apparent that the Republicans -

During the night mine sweepers were covered by destroyers and swept Curtis, of Kansas, comes back to the I1 hate its every phase. I hate it for 'most daily guests have arrived seeking j intended to renew their filibus-

within a half miles of the cape of Kephez (about ten miles from the entrance senate after a campaign which retires -' its intolerance. I hate it for its arro- accommodations only to be in- j' ter, and Senator Fletcher, in charge

to the Dardanelles) and their work under fire is reported to have been most, from congress Representatives I gance. I hate it for its hypocrisy; formed that not a single room was 'i
of the bill, withdrew his motion thata
excellent. The casualties include only six wounded. Murdock, of Kansas, the Progressiveleader for its cant and craft and false pre- vacant. The patrons have been forced I I
I I hate it for its commercialism new conference be asked of the
tense. to seek quarters in Winter Park or
I of the house, and Neeley, of i
Kansas, Democrat.Representatives. ; for its greed and avarice; for its Orlando. To insure rooms for next house.
German Note FavorableThe 3
GROVES' FUNERAL TODAYFuneral Cannon, of Illinois, I sordid love of gain at any price."I year they should be engaged at the Senator Stone, one of those who leda j
German
reply to the proposals
hate it for its domination in pol- time.Brief the bill declared
for many years speaker of the house, present fight for it had
of the United her
States to for
a ces-
McKinley, of Illinois, former chair- j itics; for its corrupting influence in been "incontinently strangled.
sation
of submarine attacks on mer- Services for Well man of the Republican' congressional civic affairs; for its incessant effortto t! The ship bill came over from the
chant vessels and a removal of float- BulletinsTicked
ing mines has been received by the Known Citizen to Be Held campaign committee and the Repub- I debauch the suffrage of the coun- III house and was called up from theviceprescS

lican national committee Foss of try; for the cowards it makes of pub- table by SenatorFletcher's
state department and it impressed the This Afternoon From Off Wire
P officials ResidenceThe linois who used to head the II-I lic men. I hate it for its utter disre- motion that the senate in-

Secretary very Bryan favorably.announced that the committee, Longworth, of Ohio, SulI I gardof law; for its ruthless tramp- At Late Hour sist upon its disagreements to the J
|ling of the solemn compacts of state house amendments and ask for a further -
of New Roden- i
loway, Hampshire, { J
text of the note will not be given out funeral services for the late I
here at present for the reason that I J. E. Groves, who died at 12:30 o'clock berg, Wilson and Sterling all of Illi-i I constitutions. I hate it for the load it I conference. i 1 1I'
nois, are among the more conspicu-j i straps to labor's back; for the palsied ANARCHISTS FACE HEAVY SENTENCE j Senator Bankhead one of the seven i
the questions involved are still under yesterday morning at his home on I'
who i hands it gives to toil, for its wounds I seceding Democrats, discussed the bill
discussion by Great Britain. South DeLaney street will be held ous representatives again enter i

The German reply, he said, was to this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the the lists of the house. | to genius; for the tragedies of its New York, March 3.Frank Abarno -I Sat some length and was followed by

Among others in national I 1 might-have-beens. the anarch- j Senator Weeks, in charge of the filibuster -
be cabled at ,once to Ambassador residence, Rev. John W. Stagg, pas- prominent and Carmine Carbone, I
[ "I hate it for the human wrecks it
Page at London, for the informationof tor of the Presbyterian church, offi- legislation who retire are Representatives -f f ists who plotted to blow up St. Patrick's I by the Republicans. t

the British government. ciating. Interment will be in the Or- Bartholdt, of Missouri; I has caused. It hate it for the almshouses Cathedral Tuesday morning, to- I Senator Weeks said he intended to

lando cemetery, Undertaker Hand in Stevens and Manahan, Minnesota; it peoples; for the prisons it day declared in their cells that they make a "few remarks" and speak anywhere -

charge. The pall bearers will be Burke and Martin, South Dakota; i I fills; for the insanity it begets; for were being "framed" by the police. i I from one to three or four hours
Continues
Italy PreparationsItaly Messrs. B. M. Robinson, W R. O'Neal, Palmer and Temple of Pennsylvania; I the countless graves in potters' fields. Both admit that they helped make I if Mr. Fletcher pressed his motion. I

continues military prepara- A.V.. Bumby, W. H. Brokaw, John Bulkley, of Ohio; Bartlett, of Geor- "I hate it for the mental ruin it the bombs but they declare that Detective lIe then read to the senate a list '

tions, having taken up in parliament S. Rowland, and E. T. Jackson.Mr. gia; Korbly, of Indiana; Floyd, of imposes upon its victims; for its spir- Polignani bought all the mate- I I of twenty-odd Republican senators

% legislation for increasing the strength Groves was born in Bath coun- Arkansas; McGuire, of Oklahoma; itual blight; for its moral degredation. rials and suggested the church and if i who, he said, also intended to speak j
y of the I it for the crimes it
hate
army.A ty, Kentucky February 28, 1845, and Reed, of New Hampshire; Samuel W. com- it had not been for him they would at some length. .
German correspondent on the was seventy of last Sun- Smith, of Michigan. mits; for the homes it destroys; for never have thought of it. This thinly veiled threat of filibus-

Galician front says the Russians have I day. years age Previously retired from the house i the hearts it breaks. I hate it for I Both were indicted by the grand ter was made apparent to the Democratic .I j

not won a single complete success in to federal the malice it plants in the hearts of leaders and all other legislation
lie was educated in the old Transyl- accept appointments during j jury today and face sentences of a
their effort to regain their lost posi- this Alabama i men; for its poison, for its bitterness, in of completion would have
I vania University at Harrodsburg, Ky., congress are Clayton, ; quarter of a century in the penitentiary process
tions on the crest of the Carpathians. I and at an early age united with the Covington, Maryland; McCoy, New for the dead sea fruit with which it to be sacrificed if the ship bill kept

Heavy fighting continues in the snow, Presbyterian church and has been an Jersey, and Ansberry, Ohio to be- starves their souls."I Both lay their downfall entirely to before the senate.

the Russians making desperate efforts -I I active member of that denomination come judges, and Kinkead and Town- hate it for the grief it causes the door of Polignani, who they de- Senator Fletcher said under the circumstances -

to ward off the danger of an during his whole life. send, New Jersey, and Murray, Massachusetts womanhood-the scalding tears, the clare was their guide and inspiration, it was manifestly hope-

encircling movement. I He removed to Orlando from Kentucky to be postmasters. i j II hopes deferred, the strangled aspira- and directed every step they took. less to get a vote upon the bilL Im-
tions, its burden of want and
care. bills he
about six years ago. During I Commissioner Woods, of the city portant appropriation said
Fleet Leaves Pola I1 his residence in Kentucky he was J I: "I hate it for its heartless cruelty police force, when informed of the se- could not be jeopardized, and he withdrew -

Geneva, vii Paris March .-An greatly interested in educational mat- Orlando Life In I to the aged, the infirm, and the helpless rious charge made by the men, said his motion for a request for a 4

'' i:1 ; for the shadow it throws upon the action of entirely I conference, stating he would not renew
Austrian fleet, consisting of six Aus- ters and served several years as com- Polignani was
the lives of children for its
monstrous
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tro-German submarines, accompaniedby missioner of schools. His Kentucky ParagraphWANTED proper, and it was only natural for it. i l
blameless
injustice to little
several torpedo boats and torpedo home was at Mt. Sterling. the two anarchists to try to pass the
ones. I hate it as virtue hates vice
Coat destroyers, left Pola, the Aus-I He married Miss Bettie H. Van Pelt !. I blame to somebody else. CHARGED WITH DEATH OF
WAR as truth hates error, as righteousnesshates
--ian naval base, at dawn yesterdayfor in 1867 and is survived by his widow',. BALLOU
Because he sought to emulate the sin, as justice hates wrong, as
Mediterranean, bound for the and four children. Rev. Coleman SIGN BILLION DOLLARS
warring nations in Europe Abner liberty hates tyranny, as freedom
Dardanelles, according to the Tele- l Groves, pastor of the Westminster "-ashington.-President Wilson be- I Bridgeport, Conn., March 3.-ThE:
Winsor was arrested by Chief of Police hates oppression."I .
which bases its church, of and will taking of testimony was begun todayin
Presbyterian Memphis tomorrow
r-am report upon i : Smith for fighting and fined $10 hate it as Abraham Lincoln hated tween now noon
-hat it characterizes as information Tenn., is his only surviving son. be called upon to sign bills appropri- the trial of Mrs. Helen M. Angle
(, and costs yesterday in police court.BASEBALL slavery, and as he sometimes saw in
received from a reliiable source from i I Three daughters are residents of Orlando ating nearly one billion dollars. The of Stamford, who is charged with responsibility -
-.0-- vision the end of slavery
prophetic
Trieste by way of Innsbruck. The ]j I Miss Minnie Groves, assistant TODAY 'and the coming of the time when the sundry civil bill, carrying $126,922750 ,- for the death of WaldoR.
fleet is said to have been last reported principal of the Orlando high school, and the fortifications, carrying Ballou a wealthy Stamford manufacturer -
The Birmingham Barons will jauntto sun should shine and the rain should
off Corfu. Mrs. Frances G. 'Brown and Miss I $11,859,584, were before the presidentfor on the night of June 23 last,
Winter Park today to play the fall upon no slave in all the republic
Marian Groves. his signature today. The only and the trial is expected to last sev-
picked team from Rollins College, so I sometimes seem to see the end of
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONVENTION managed by John S. Foley. The I this unholy traffic the coming of the large appropriation bill signed by him eral days. ;
The annual of the Florida thus far the bill. The
meeting was pension
IN BUFFALO
will be called o'clock
game at 3 and a time when, if it does not wholly cease
Press.Association will be held at Miami 1 other big supply bills will reach him COPPER TO BERLINMilan.Notwithstanding
large crowd from Orlando will see to be, it shall find no safe habitation
Buffalo, N. Y., March 3.-The March 25-27, 1915. Very low the contest. To defray expenses an I anywhere beneath Old Glory's stain- today and Thursday, and the signingof
rates have been secured to this gathering of them will be deferred until the government's -
twelfth annual convention of the Re- admission fee of fifty cents will be !less stars." I some

ligious Education Association began and the rates are open to the charged. I Besides Mr. Hanly, Hon. Oliver he goes to the capitol for the dosing rigid precautions to pre-

here today. The thirty.different meet- general public. Ask your station -. -- Stewart, of Illinois, and Hon. John W'I. of the present congress. vent re-exportation of contraband to
agent for the rate. If he tloes not I belligerent nations, it has been discovered -
ings of the convention will focus at- $50 WAR TAX Lewis, of Boston, also made ad-
tention on the topic of "The Rightsof have it, ask him to get it. It is yours The heaviest documentary internal dresses. CHARGED WITH MURDERLos that large quantities of cop- ., .
for the asking. Or can write to i I per have been sent to Berlin concealed
the Child. you revenue tax that Capt. B. M. Robinson Angeles, Cal., March 3M. A.

There will be about one hundred pa- the secretary of the association (T. J. county clerk, ever remembers see- I'ALLEGED EXPRESS ROBBER AR- Schmidt and David Caplan, alleged in trucks loaded with cabbages. Offi-

pers and adresses discussing the placeof Appleyard, state printer, Tallahassee, ing was that of fifty $1 stamps af- RESTED BY TAMPA POLICE I associates of the McNamara brothers cials now have increased their vigi- .

the child in the family, churches,' Fla.) and he will furnish it to you. fixed to the deed to the Alabama Es- I in the Los Angeles Times dynamiteplot lance.

the state, the schools, and the civic Tickets will be sold good for use onlyon tate recently owned by W. C. Temple, Tampa, Fla.-Ralph Wyant, who i were arraigned today in superior -
life, and the plans for properly fit- March 23, 24 and 25, 1915. Tick- I the of murder. RATTLER TEST tAll |
who transferred it tq Herbert Hal- has been living here for three months court on charge
ting the child for the needs of mod- ets will be void after March 31, 1915 The will March 16. S
verstadt of Pittsburgh, the deal being under the name of Ralph Wagner, men plead on
brick that is shipped into Or-
of which date
prior to midnight return -
ern life. made by W. W. Rose. Each $1 was arrested here late Tuesday for '

Some of the notable persons who trip must be completed. stamp represented 1000. The deed authorities in Connellsville, Pa., whereit BLED TO. DEATH highways lando for use must on undergo the Orange the county rattler 4 i

will participate are: Bishop CharlesD. was recorded yesterday. is alleged, he is wanted for the Mason City ILL, March 3Mrs. test. The test is a severe one and if i

Williams, Bishop F. J. McConnell, APPOINTED CENSUS DIRECTOR theft of 13,000 from the United 'Fred Throssel committed suicide to- bricks survive the it is
the process a
John T. Finley, Mrs. Anna Garlin Washington.-Samuel L. Rogers, of UNSEAL WIRELESS STATIONS States Express company a year ago. day by cutting off her hand with a razor safe that they will withstand ;'
Spencer, Dr. Walter Rauschenbusch Franklin, N. c., has been selected by I' guess t
San Francisco.-Acting on orders Wyant confessed, according to the police later bleeding to death. the severest sort of traffic for three I ,
Charles T. Stelrie, Philander P. Clax- President Wilson for director of the from the navy department Admiral and said that $12,000 of the a.

ton, Rabbi Abram Simon, Mrs. Ella census, to succeed William J. Harris, Charles F. Pond, supervisor of the.,I money had been returned by his sister THE WEATHER generations.New t ;

Lyman Cabot, Graham Taylor, and of Cedartown, Ga., who was confirmedby twelfth naval district, unsealed yesterday I with whom he left it. He will 50c by an Orlando i "

Charles F. Thwing. the senate last night as a memberof 1,400 amateur wireless tele- j I'return to Connellsville without resist- Florida: Cloudy Thursday; rain in thor, "Mystery story of Castle Green.au-" 1

The meetings will last five days. the new federal trade commission.. graph stations in California. ing requisition. northwest. Friday rain. Crrtia & O'Neal Orange avenue.


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Fla., March 2.-Miss Greta Winter Garden Fla.. Feb. 25.-The I Wanted to Buy
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Frint spent the week-end with friendsat Young Men's Bible class were entertained I I
Apopka. at the home of Mr. and Mrs

West and Church Streets Mrs Sieber and llrs.Iullins., who J. II. Gregory last Thursday evening. i ] Iron Black Eye, Whippcorwill and i :
!Splendid: service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best : Cldy
have to the inclement weather
been Owing
cooks in the slate. Rates f 7.00 per week and up. Special: rates to parties visiting the former's Unknown Cow Peas. *
wishing table board. daughter 1Irs.Vill Rice have returned quite a few of the members were not I ; ; J 1 .

W. G. DUNCAN Prop. to their home at Indianapolis represented.The i
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Ind. meeting was called to order FOR SALE 1 1I ,
Mrs. Arthur Lemmon entertained at 8:30 by Dr. E. L. Ewing, followedby

ROSSMORE INNWindermere sixteen Orlando and tourist friendsat Scripture reading and prayer by
an informal tea at her home on Rev. Steinbock. I I Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, WVate Dent '
the Pine Castle road Wednesday af- Some important business matters Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beis, Peas ', ',

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout having heat, electric ternoon. were brought before the class and, ', ', and every kind of garden field and grass seed. Ii J

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Mrs. R. C. Anderson and mother discussed, which led to the following -

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating bathing and fish- have returned to their home at Mon- results: Mr. Roy Roper was appointed i : Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh i \
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties.! Phone 1019. treat, N. C., after passing several chairman of the committee to ,
weeks at Drennen and Orlando.Mr. plant trees on church grounds. Dr. ,
--- ---- Stone of Wallingford, Conn., is E. L. Ewing was appointed to meet t

The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn expected here this week for a visit. all strangers, who come to church,

:Mrs. Charles McMahan is recovering and make them welcome. Mr. Bert Store
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor\ Pa from a week's illness. Roper was appointed chairman of the City Drug

Sixteen young people of the vicinity committee to select class literature.Mrs. i

J. V. H ur ilJx met at Mrs. Nathan Stone's Swearingen asked permission ; J. L. DEAN Prop. ORLAN O. FLA ; ;
Friday evening and organized a literary of the church officials to use the i
MANAGERVISIT club. Mrs Stone was appointed church grounds for the semi-weekly . ; lllllilMilMIIMiTHERE'S
chairman and Miss Alice Sahlburg meetings of the Junior League which
'"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR secretary pro tern.Vays and means she organized a few days ago. Per-

THE BEST FISHING were discussed and it was decided to mission was granted and the young- i I

On main country road four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of I divide each evening's program into sters are looking forward with much .9

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando at Bear's Gap Station T. & G. R. R. three parts having current events, pleasure to these meetings where k
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto study Washington Irving's life, they will indulge in wholesome sport,
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats well equipped and works, and a social hour with conducive to healthy childhood. A REASON

for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. music. Meetings will be held the Other matters of importance were I

Oakland Office with T. Connell Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier second and fourth Friday of each discussed, but as there were so many f
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing month at 7:30 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. absent were left for further discus.
purposes. V. E. Dewar entertaining the club sion at the next meeting. '

larch 12. The officers chosen were: Quite an interesting program was WHY? \
Irs. Nathan Stone honorary president prepared, but only a few were pres- Z

TOURISTS ATTENTION! ; Nelson Sahlburg president; ent. However their parts were very ,
Miss Greta Frint, vice-president; Archer much enjoyed. Among these was a
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Braddock secretary; W .E. De- lecture by Rev. Steinbock, on "The

Prepared by our New York Cook war, treasurer; Miss Alice Sahlburg, Sunday School and Its Influence." -
chairman entertainment committee. The meeting adjourned at ten t

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 Those present were Mrs. Stone, Msr. o'clock after which delightful re- ADDED
ahlburg, Miss Sahlburjr Miss Lillian freshments were served and merri- PiW.AN JOY

Barnum Miss Mary Finch Marhta ment ensued until 10:30, when the
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water and Maud Frint Mrs. W. E. Dewar, guests departed pronouncing.and I To the letters Jrou re- ,
Miss Harris Mary Harris Messrs. Mrs Gregory "royal entertainers."
EMPIRE HOTEL Dewar, Mac Knight Zeigler, Schneider ceive if they are writtenon

Braddock, Sahlburg. The membership BULGARIAN MINISTER PRO- stationery thfct is of
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms list is still open and others TESTS AGAINST MINESON
fine
wishing to join will be welcome' THE DANUBE quality and Correct
O. II. Schneider went to Orlando
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round shape. |
Saturday evening to do some shop- Sofia via Berlin and wireless to

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite ping, hitching his horse on South Orange London, March 2.-Premier Radoslavoff r HIGHLAND LINEN
avenue not far from Church has sent an identical note 'to the fills
L. ( street. After making purchases to Austrian Russian and Serbian em- every requirementof

,. V ......I the amount of several N dollars he bassies protesting against the dam- the most exacting?

.\. placed them in the buggy and wentto age done by mines in the Danube. customer because it is
the Grand. Upon reaching homehe Many have been.washed against Bul-

tRisejeL found the packages had all been garian territory bordering on the fi'f "CRANE" qualit '.
11 stolen with the exception of some river.PRESIDENT. mrr TJ )\

powder> bought to spray peach trees.wh'ich 1l ill1 lN1YIV.. S. Branch '
was marked poison. Some
DECLARES HE HAS
meat potted ham sugar butter GIVEN UP EXTRA SESSION IcllwIII1IJ: THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC| STORE
beans
crackers tobacco cheese and IDEA
other articles were stolen but the

THE ARCADE HOTEL thieves evidently wanted food for a Washington March 2.-President 1
blanket and rubber lap robe were not that he
Wilson stated definitely today
J. B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. taken.
has abandoned plans for an extra ses- Special Priced For Special ReasonsIN
Mrs. Roberts of Pine calledon
Castle
First Class Restaurant and Autos sion of the senate immediately after
Livery
friends here yesterday.Mr. ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESS
March 4 and up to the present had t
in Building in Connections and Mrs. George Knapp of not seriously considered the sugges- A good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of,1800
Orlarido FI'?. Vaverly, N. Y., who have been spending tion of a special session of congressin full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within'twoblocks
their honeymoon at Palm Beach, of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -
October. to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
with Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
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the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent according to crop pod
Tew. market conditions, price 8500.00; also '

Is Time My Residence I'roperty in Winter Park 12-room, New Mcxjern
] FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. Y. It dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front 20 acres of /.
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND land highly improved, 1500: Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
Plant Vines garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
New York Feb. 2C.-Good Florida To Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough tfor
vegetables are still bringing excellent the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
METAL CO. and the fair.A 500 and will give possession in 30 days. \
only
SHEET prices receipts are
Bignonia To any agent that sells the above described property for roe I
great deal of stock coming, however -
will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list
is showing the effects of the Vinesta .
the property at will or to sell it myself.
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos wet weather which necessarily means .
that a wide range in prices must be BougainvilleaPalms I E I). F. KEEZ FL; ,

and Rubber RoofingsCornices quoted.
Peppers were bringing generally and Ferns BOX 33: WINTER PARK FLORIDA
Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
Skylights Heating. Ventilating Metal Ceilings from $2.50 to $3.75 per carrier and
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lettuce was selling at $1.50@4 per .

basket. VIOLET DELLGARDEN
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO Peas were scarce especially fine IMIMMMiMMIIIIIMMMIIMIMIMIIMMiniiniMiREAL

stock and good clean peas ranged up

as high as $G but the poor stock as

low as $2.Beans ESTATE
brought from $2 to $-1.50 and J. M. CARUTHERS .
eggplants' from $1 to $3.50. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
Good tomatoes were in demand buta
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r great deal of the stock showed up .
in very poor shape. The general
NI I I 4t range for average good offerings was The lot advertised for $1200 We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
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HIII from $2 to $3.50 with common stock if
with reduction of $400.00
selling from 75c. to $1. a you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

Romaine sold generally at $1.50@ buyer would build was boughtby
2.50 basket. and talk your wishes over with us.
per Mr. Samuel Brice of New

The manager of this firm has had years of experience
40,000.000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT York. We have decided to of-

N EXPORTED FROM GALVESTON dealing in Florida investments having sold over a
U SINCE JULY fer another one.
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c million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the las/t'
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w it Galveston, Tex., March 2.-A totalof Corner lot, well located. Sidewalks -
I 40,959,731 bushels of wheat has two years.
r a been exported from here since July water lights gas. North-
I : We are well posted on the values of all classes and
1, last according to figures made east. $1000.00. Will take $600
public at the customs house here to- kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
day. Shipments in February were if buyer will build within one
3,533,306. Shipments in Februarywere bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real
3,533,306 bushels' as against year.

295,000 bushels during February Estate Bargains. 1
1914.
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FLORIDA INDIANS' ALLOWED -

$10,000 BY U. S.

r Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your Washington, -March 2.After a CARL DANN WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR.

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and hard fight Senator Fletcher succeeded -
of the drugs take.
strength you
proper in through the senate
getting an
When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and appropriation of $10,000 for the Flor- REAL fSTATfCOMPANY D. WARING, Manager
harmless.
fresh; our beautifiers are ida Seminole Indians.
store things from all the 'round
all drug us
Buy your year
These Indians find that game is Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631i'MtlttttttftlT'tttlTTTT .
else for them.
will anywhere
and you never go
getting very scarce and they will be
:MERU 'S PHARMACYt taught practical means of livelihood. 11-15-tf

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Pinecastle Items 'family, and they will visit other rela- |I'the light of spiritual freedom and Lindon Bates, Madison avnueXev I
'tives in Florida during their tour of peace if we but look for the truths of York City. Mr Bates is chairman of j
the state. j| God. If "ye search for the truth ye the woman's section of the Belgian I' .Lucerne
Pine Castle, Fla., March 2.-One of Mr. A. O. Amidon of Keene N. II. Theatre.
j, i shall find it, and if we live thereby relief comm'sion. The two boxes of !
the first things to be presented in our i I his stopping for a few days with Mr. I as we go through this life we shall I clothing which left Pine Castle for <
column this week is the matter of the I and Mrs. C. C. Hall, en route home reflect the love which our Father in the Belgian relief were valued at ;| ONE NIGHT ONLY
school piano. The people from whomit after a visit with his son, Mr. L. E. .Heaven has for all mankind. 1250. This did not cover the work, i TUESDAY
was purchased, the DrennenLattner Amidon, of Lakeland. The Amidonswere The work done by Pine Castle for which could receive no actual valua- | MARCH 9thThe
company, of Orlando, are askingfor former residents here and Mr. Belgian relief deserves a more extended tion. But they left freighted with : Social and :Musical Event of the Season
the remainder of the money due A. O. Amidon has been a very wle- description than has been given love and kind wishes from this group The N. Y. Astor Theatre Triumph
them, wishing to close the account come guest at the houses of the older it. In less than four weeks' time, of American women for the sorrow- .
this winter.* The piano was placed in citizens of this place. j the industry and sympathy of Pine ing women of Belgium and their
'. the school auditorium three years Mr. Wm. Manns and son, Mr. Clif- ; Castle women provided two hundred needy children.Do .

ago. At first it was a new thing, a ford Manns, are leaving for their ,:and three articles of clothing, filling not forget the news item box .
thing of interest, and the first year home in Cincinnati Ohio, Thursday 'two boxes which were dispatched on at :Mr. Perkins' store. Let the Aid |
saw very substantial payments madeon morning after a lengthy visit at the Wednesday last, to their destination. societies send reports of their work
the piano. Since then it has be- home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Anderson. I Among them were forty-two flannel- and the church societies tell of their

come an old thing. The understanding ette slips and dresses for babies and meetings. Send in your social news
was that the piano was to be I Rev. King Jones Methodist minis- i little children with a host of warm of guests and visits. The habitation
paid for by the giving of entertain- ter, preached two good and helpful underwear, little woolen stockings, of Pine Castle's people extends over
ments for that benefit. People who I sermons in Union Chapel Sunday. I sacks and blankets, and two large,I quite a lot of ground-impossible for I', Book and Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf,
could take part in entertainmentswere During his stay he was entertainedat warm quilts. The cost of this large one person to go to each house and j Authors "The Beauty Shop," "My Best Girl," "The
solicited publicly and privately the homes of C. F. Crittenden andC. I shipment was provided by the offer- ask if they have any news for the Perfect Lady," Etc. Music by Charles Gebest.
to give of their talents; the remain- J. Sweet. ings of the ladies engaged in the paper.
der of the citizenship of this place Miss Dorothy Rush, of Charleston, work, aided by one Sunday's offeringof The Christian Workers gave an ice I A Splendid Company of 50
.. were to patronize these entertain- W. V u, is spending the winter in Or- the Lake Jennie Jewel Sunday> cream social Saturday evening in the I INCLUDING
ments. Later on, especially this last j lando, and spent Sunday with her school, and Pine Castle and Orlando Chapter House the building of which I
:) winter, the interest in the piano has uncles Messrs. W. T. and C. F. Liv- merchants generously aided by reduced they are trying to pay for, having I J WILLIAM PRUETTE, Jr.-LILLIAN iLUDLOW

, slackened. Response to calls for helpin 'I jengood, and their families here. prices on broken stocks of chil- borrowed money to put up the build- I America's Foremost Ball Room Dancers
getting up entertainments was I For some time we have tried to dren's garments. In addition to the ing. The proceeds of Saturday even THE CUTEST SINGING AND
DANCING CHORUS IN
slight; the entertainments did not have a regular weekly prayer meet- boxes of clothing! Pine Castle at the ing were very good.
come up to the standard they should ing in Union Chapel. These can be suggestion of the Rev. II. M. Ingrah, The part of the population of this ALL CREATION
have attained, and the audiences 'made very enjoyable very helpful. I officiating at the Union church on place that comes under the category Entire Original Scenic and Electrical Production i

dropped off in number, and, conse- I They are for everybody; no barriers;.j two recent Sunday mornings has giv- of "boys" have on several occasions : PRICES: SI.:>O. $1.00, 75c. and 50c.
quently, the payments on the piano no divisions. If we can not meet to- I en the offerings of those mornings, lately been noisily in evidence at pub Seats on sale 9 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 6 at Estes Drug Store
this winter were very P<>2r. The I gether in prayer how can we meet in amounting to ten dollars, to the Bel- lic gatherings. This form of disturb- '

Drennen people want their money. I a good spirit in anything? Wednesday gian flour fund, of the Literary Di- (Continued on page 7)) ,
The amount, it is understood, is $69. I evenings, beginning at 7 o'clock; gest. For each five dollars sent, the I
Now if there is a public spirited man different reader for every meeting.The Digest assures its readers that a bar- CONTRACTOR:
or woman with plenty of money to I subject for next Wednesday night rel of flour has actually been for- I .
in short R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
spare that can help a very will be "Light." Let as many as warded to the relief commission in before if
letting contract are -
. time to save the piano to the school can'come to the meeting, preparedwith Belgium. Pine Castle is glad to have to build and want the you best house going j
they shall be honored. Any one who I a verse from the Bible contain- paid for two barrels of the mere item possible for money invested.
can advance this money, taking a noteon ing this word, or better still, a little ((20,000)) this fund has supplied. What P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.2-18-lmoc This space belongs to 1
the piano at 8 per cent. interest, i talk as to how they acccept this word. Pine Castle has done any other com- I
will be paid back as quickly as the I'Last Wednesday evening there was munity could do. But from latest ad- rJIic I
money can be raised by entertain- I a good attendance at the prayer meet- vices from New York we learn that Co-Operation Produce Exchange
ments and subscriptions. The heavy ing. The subject was "Love," and "the demands for food and the con- D. K. DavidsonGOLF I

debt on the school house building pre- many good verses and many good ex- ditions of famine have become so Watch it for future announcementsTHERE'S
vents the school money being drawnon clanations of the word were given much worse, that in view of the INSTRUCTOR

in the matter of the piano. The "God is love." Sometimes we feel a scarcity and cost of ships, we have Orlando Country Club! I
piano was to be paid for by the pea
hindrance to full
bondage; a our enjoyment been obliged to call off contributionsof
ple of Pine Cattle and the piano to be is the life that No. 249.
of life; that clothing. It is impossible to tell Telephone
. a gift from the people of Pine Castleto I I God would have us lead and oftentimes how appalling are the conditions I:
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their public schooL Any offers of I it is lack of love; either we lack faced upon the bread lines and for ---- --
1 help can be made to the school direc- the love of some one, or love which which we have no adequate provis- Established 1870
tors, Messrs. E. A. Johns, J. P. A. |we crave or else it is lack of love in ion." The native civil population has E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. I'I'R.
Herman and S. Frank Phillips to !
; |' ourselves for some one. In the Bible to be fed. The actual cost of the rations 132 Park Place, New York
Mrs. Wm. Wigman, Mrs. S. Frank
there teachings and instructions is about nine francs
> are provided
:Mr. J. W. :Matchett. \ Wholesale Dealers and Commission
Phillips, or for the guidance of our life and one per month. The food is distributed I A REASONWHY
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Miller, of St. : Merchants in Florida Orangesand
is that
of the strongest requirements according to tickets provided with
Albans, W. Va., are stopping at the
I
Grapefruit
you "Love your neighbor as yourself special rations for children under I
Lakeview Inn. This is :Mrs. :Miller's I
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I ; "Love your fellow man. We three years of age. Anybody contrib- Represented by
second visit to this locality. They j I have many trials in this life, some of uting two dollars will provide a Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
this state and i
are on a trip through ;!
a very discouraging degree; but no 'months' food for one person. It is
will visit the west and east coasts be- Liberal advances made on con- ?
'I matter how dark the outlook or how the call of the perishing to a great
home. signments.
fore returning
difficult the problem with which we country. Will.not every community,
Mr. and :Mrs. F. :M. Stinespring, of R. E. Cocnran President.T. .
are faced, there is a way out of the every school church and club and
Daphna Va., are guests of their bondage of material senses, of earth- every person respond? Contribu- L. Turney, Treasurer.
:Mr. .;. C. and
brother, Stinespring
constructions and ideas of life into l-22-2m
ly tions of money should be sent to Mr.


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To the :Bighest iddor




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


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 StateI


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


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


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Proposition No.2'"

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 grove means to put more money
and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The
nue out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning
house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 old Orange and
year Grape
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
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 grove, and will yield not less than
made, and both streets are bricked paved. 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within

"0 days from purchase.

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


this ad and reasons given why the owners will dispose of such valuable properties at an unpre-


cedented 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.



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Completely Furnished
South Florida SentinelMORNING I Jacksonville is suffering from over I Richmond, Va.. March 2.The Rev.
construction. New York has come to Dr. A. L. Phillips, superintendent of

M. GLENN .....AND......WEEKLYW. ...........Editor realize that immense skyscrapers I Sunday schools of the Southern Pres- Home Including a
W. C. ESSINCTON ......B..i._ Manager housing hundreds of small business byterian church died here this morn-
firms have depopulated the smaller I ing, following a surgical operation. Fine Piano
Entered at the poctoffiec at Orlando. Florida
a* Second ClaM Mail Matter. business blocks. Denver is suffering
from the same condition. Other citiesin I
SUBSCRIPTION BATES AT A GREAT BARGAIN Gllcev
Dai1). 1 Year ........................ 15-00 the United States are facing the Two Handsome I
Daily i Months ...................... 2.50 same problem.A .
Daily. S Month. ...................... 1.25 Modern residence I
01! nine
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .6O recent tour through the principal I

Weekly.I 1 Year ...................... S1.00 down town streets of Jacksonville Lake Front rooms and bath. Complete- .
disclosed a number of empty business
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN rooms. This at first sight looks bad'or Grove and Home ly furnished. Fine location

the city. One inquires instinctively MEN !
ADVERTISERS: for rooming house. Largelot
"Why, business must be dead
Copy f.r display and all .tncr ".4I-Ht
advertising Bait be hand In at the baiineu in this town, eh?" The answer is, PropertiesOne 77x225. Garage and ser-
office .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. at. "NO," and the reason is easily foundin
the day before publication. Thin ink applies vants Beautiful
.. changes for contract acl..uthinC it I* an upward glance at the towering quarters.
DO YOU CONSIDER
Invariable and will be strictly adhered ... oak shade and
Buildings erected in the metropolis of I trees some

Subscribers should notify desiring the The oiEce Sentinel in writing discontinued on- Florida ,in recent years. of them is the pret- fruit. Owner will sacrifice at APPEARANCES?
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Modern office buildings are small
eontinued anti notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates cities in themselves. They are large tiest lake front location in only $7000. Terms half cash OurIen's Furnishing Department is es- '

Telephone Numb r ...................... 21 and commodious enough to house the State of Florida, with
and balance and tablished on high lines-lines that appealto
i
thousands of people. With the erection large acreage and a most 2 3 years.
THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1915. the men of discriminating tastes-to
of tall buildings which are the modern dwelling.The t
epitome of cleanliness, sanitation, and Business \Ien-to Professional \Ien-to
Atha
It takes live people to make a live I tight, it is very natural that the busi- other has a fine Cooper men who take a pride in their personal

town and Orlando certainly has them.A ness man with an office on the firstor grove, with .modern im appearance, and to men who know values
o 114 South Orange AT&. Ground Floor
second floor of a small building provements and of and keen
worthy are judges, judges of the differ-
little type, a little ink, has often several blocks from the heart of a Phone No. 311
any further improvementsdesired. ence between good and indifferent mater-
caused a man to think and put hard city's business activities should hie

times upon the blink. himself to an office building. Conse- ial and workmanship.

When you are disposed o to complainof lose quently their the tenants smaller and business the city blocks looksas I These are high priced We Stock Only' the Best

the rain, remember that it's rain- it de properties, but they are
experiencing
though were a I
ing bullets in Europe.It pression. both big bargains.S.G.Dolive VENEER CORES

o Jacksonville can not be judged by I\
doesn't do you much good to hold the number of empty business rooms. I II I $1.25Per IN CLOTHINGWe

up the key to the situation after some It is enjoying a brisk and consistent
other fellow has picked the lock. i Strand Up believe we have the "Acme" of Tail- +
business. Jacksonville is in a healthy
o : & $SonREAL ored arts, in the well known manufacturers -
condition considering the acute times. < FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
of
Some of our country roads are in However. Jacksonville should not OAK WOOD
bad condition, it is true, but six have construction at the
any more HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX
months hence it will be a different present time as concerns the proposed ESTATENo. Orlando Wood YardB.
Our Spring styles are now in. The
story. erection of new buildings. The 3 WEST PINE STREET W. Kingsley, Proprietor
pleasure is mutual when showing this famous
o "Build Now" movement is a good slogan I PINE STREET AND R. R. -
The great secret of a good road is and one that should be utilized I Second Floor Telephone 344 firm's productions.

drainage, proper material, and brains, only by those towns or cities that are 9-30
these three, but the greatest of theseis in a stage demanding additional con- I i I R

brains. struction for the one purpose of re- 'I- .
o lieving imperative commercial con-
: s
Who was the man that put'"sit" in gestion, or for sheltering residents.
situation? Was it not the man who Jacksonville should profit from the .
sits around the corner and growls be- lessons that other cities have learned t

cause the world is not run to suit from a too rapid development of

him? down town properties and the conver- ;;

o sion of small business blocks into sky-I

The fact that a man sits up until i scrapers. Jacksonville has enough ..
11 p. m. studying the catalogue does buildings; in the central business dis- ;I
.i.iHENS'
not necessarily mean that he will trict at the present time to house
work in the garden until 11 a. m. her commercial interests for the next Lake Eola and Eola Park

these fine spring mornings.A five years.
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newspaper says that up in Iowa NEW CITY DIRECTORYThe

robbing a henroost is almost as bad j 1 a
SHIRTSIn
as robbing a bank. Down this wayit Piedmont Directory company, i
is much worse. Robbing a henroost of Asheville, N. C., who is to publishthe The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- I
Orlando directory, is a mem-
new stocking the "Manhattan" make
gives you two to ten years in the pen- ber of the Association of American we
itentiary, while robbing a bank gives Directory Publishers and publishes a ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be simply voice the exclusive haberdashersof
you a great reputation. larger number of directories in the New York. We carry identically the
South than any other house. The same designs and the newest effects that
o members of the Association of Direc- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
are on exhibition there are with us herein
"Bud" Fisher, creator of Mutt and tory Publishers are located in the various -I
large cities from Portland, Me., silk, in Madras, in Percale-
Jeff, is handy with his
apparently as
I
three which I recommend :MONEY-
to New Orleans and the Pacific coast offerings can as sure
: feet as with his pen. "Bud" and Mrs. with many branch offices and libra- AND PRICES ARE THE SAME

f Fisher recently captured the honors ries in smaller cities. The associa- :MAKERS.: 1
t in a dancing contest staged by a pop- tion has an exchange system which
the directories issued by its
; ular New York restaurant, and earneda places
members in these and many boards of Call and let me show them to .
you.S.Y.WAY
free Bermuda for their
trip to terp- trade, where they are consulted by
sichorean prowess. many people.
Outside of a personal visit nothingso
c, pI
accurately and favorably impressesthe a
r, The national banks everywhere are stranger as to the activities of i iI
receiving circular letters which have any city or town as the pages of its I J
directory with the business interests i '
been sent out from Washington by
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well listed and displayed.
the comptroller of the currency calling TIn?

attention to the fact that bankers i
and !
f More hog, hominy potatoes
t should not allow any overdrafts. Shoe
the farm.
spell peace and plenty on I
t The letter is very plain spoken and f
sets out a definite course for national I II II
banks. Get the news first in the Sentinel. : Insurance and Real Estate Agent

o I YOUR SHOESAre

Prof. Vittoria Racca says that there
: will be no immigration from Europe I Doctors I PHONE 172 just as important as your dress, frequently -

to America after the war and we are I more so.
i inclined to agree with him. Tens of Buckmaster> & BrundageOSTEOPATHS I Our New Spring Styles are all in.Ve

t thousands of prospective immigrants specialize in the new English lasts, theyare
l have been planted under the turf of I interesting.
the battlefields and no doubt the emigration Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat

i of those who survive will bet Kirksville, Mo. 1 DRESS SHOES

prohibited by their respective govern- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Patent Plain Toe, Button Cloth Top,
ments.-New Orleans States. National Bank. Phone 578. -I Pumps
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It is amusing to see how many papers MIMMMMMMMilMMIIMMMMMMMMMIMIIIMMMI
reprint canned editorials from Patent Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords.

r the Daytona Journal and the Kissim- GOLF, TENNIS OR SPORT
mee Valley Gazette. They come from $200 $225 $250 and
so on
Chicago "copy factories" but are pub- Tan, Black, with Rubber Soles.

lished as real, home made editorials. The new White Oxfords for Palm Beach

Most of the articles have merit, but Suits are going to be extremely popular.
t its a shame that they are foisted upon to $500 $550
or
'
1. readers as the product of the up \\ e can fit you

brains.-Taylor County editors'I I


THOUGHT FOR TilE o DAY- Any price you want to pay for one of the choice.

They are slaves who fear to speak

For the fallen and the weak.

-Lowell. THORNTON PARKLots.


Oh! this is a beautiful world. I

know not what to think of it some-
times, it is all sunshine and gladness, Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re D1CKSON-IVESCG.

and heaven itself lies not far off, and
strictions. Call 905 E. Central Avenue
ask
then it suddenly changes and is dark at or

and sorrowful and the clouds shut
out the day. your dealer if you care to see these lots.

In the lives of the saddest of us
.DEPARTMENT STORE.
there are bright days like this, whenwe
feel as if we could take the whole .. ..

world into our arms. Then comes
gloomy hours then the fire will not ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

burn in our hearts and all without TAYLOR & THORNTON The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy .

and within is dismal, cold and dark. of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-

Believe me, every heart has its secret chandise, at right prices

sorrow which the world knows ORLANDO FLORIDA

not, and oftimes we call a man cold, Proprietors .
\ when he is only sad.-Henry W.

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Griffin, Mr. and .
A 3 3Y
Mrs. Winfield, Mrs. J. W. Jackson, TODAY'S PROGRAM
March 4th-6th.
1 Mrs. Jernigan, Mr. and Mrs Walton, Victor. "The Girl and the Smuggler '
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Evans, Mrs. ," with Wallace Read and Walter
Kit Kare Klub; Mrs. Boardman, and Miss Starbuck, Mrs. Evans, Mr. iHer.[
hostess. 'UniversaL "The Scarecrow and the
and Mrs. Tusand, and Misses Saun- "
"Here and There" Club; Mrs Irving Chaperon.
; hostess. ders, White, Heywood, and Arnold. Imp. Mary Pickford, in "Sweet-
3 p. .-Travel talk Tourist Headquarters After the ceremony Miss Edna heart Pays." This was one of Mary 4
Pickford's favorite Don't fail
; W. Fordney. Arnold served delicious punch to theguests THE FIFTH OF THE SPECIAL plays.
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to see it.
8 m.-Boy Scout lecture Indian
Scout p., opera house. ; on the veranda, which had ATTRACTION SERIES Five cents to all. o ALWAYS APPROPRI.\TE-ALW.\YS WELCOME 0
Friday keen enclosed with bamboo. Congratulations -
Afternoon reception, evening dance, I were showered upon Mr. and THE ALKAHEST FAVORITES NOTICEAn is a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have many
Rosalind Club Mr. and Mrs. F. D. beautiful articles deep cut in rich
; Mrs. Pillans as well as quantities of i designs, such as water sets,
in Carr compliment and Mr. to and Mr.Mrs.and Ben Mrs.Buxton: ,! rice as they were leaving _by auto for I Absolutely the best and most entertaining invitation is extended to the fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls fern 2

er Smith and guests Ocala and other parts of the state, innding I of all the special attractions people Michigan now in Orlando or dishes, cologne bottles, powder and puff jars, etc. all specially D
\Iath-I vicinity to meet at Tourist Headquarters -,
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"At home; Mrs. W. M. Lege.Rossmore be about month. priced.
.. Inn dance. ? to gone a I thus far. on Saturday, March 6, at 2:30 !
The bride wore a handsome travel- p. m., for the purpose of forming an
Saturday I
Entre Nous Club; Mrs Rogers. hos: ing costume of blue cloth, with chiffon MISS MARY DENNISON association. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
CHAS. W. WILDE.F.
.,i tess. rimmings: carrying an arm bouquetof GAILEYA E. BROWN. Ib
Mrs 3 p.Annie m.-Monthly L. Mallory D.,A.hostess.R. meeting; beautiful sweet peas. pupil of Eugene Eysaye and r. r'oat1ll: ]

-- Fritz Kreisler, the world's great-
MISS JEAN PERSON TO ORGANIZE LADIES' SOCIETYAT est artists. Among the women .

HOSTESS. DRENNEN artists, she is to be compared, LucerneTODAY FOR FINISHING
Miss Jean Person was the hostess I if compared at all, with Maud = AND DOORS WAINSCOTING

yesterday afternoon for the "Bachelor Drennen, March 3.-A meeting will Powell. f I
Girls" Club. Besides the regular be held Friday afternoon, March 5, We have the best stains and varnishes

members, the guests were Misses Malone from two to four o'clock, at the homeof MISS EILEEN BEATTYAn =I manufactured. Do you doubt it ?

Pollack, Quartermann, Evans,I Mrs. Nathan Stone, "The Oaks," honor graduate of the Lyceum Well, seeing is believing. And the

Hilburn, Gape, and Spencer. Miss Lake Jennie Jewel, to organize a La- Arts Conservatory, and is "TilE MAN WHO DIED"A. y way to see it is to put it on your
doors.
Quartermann received the prize for dies' Society, in connection with the especially recommended for the I 1 material If you don't say it's the best

the highest score. A delicious cream recently organized Sunday school. position by Mr. Elias Day, head K. B. Drama. I we'll stand you the ever used for the money.
Miss Switzer of who of this institution. expense. That's fair,
a course was served by the hostess af- Pennsylvania, isn't it?
ter the games. spoke so interestingly at the Suffragetea

-- I at Mrs Gore's at Orlando last MISS CORA LAPRADE "CHECK NO. 130"A LIj.l ?ti Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

MRS. GLENNENTERTAINS. week, will give an address and there CAWTHONIs I 1G _
I will be other well known speakers. one of the most popular young Princess Drama."HARRIER ;I 205 S. Orange Avenue

All will be welcome and it is readers in America and filled
The Young Matrons Card Club was hoped COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
delightfully entertained yesterday afternoon that many from Pine Castle and vicinity the engagement as reader with

by Mrs. W. M. Glenn at her will be able to attend. the Chicago Ladies' Orchestrafor BY INSTALL- -

home on West street. Several guests Boats will be at the Lake Jennie a period of two years.

were invited to meet with the club- I Jewel sign on the Pine Castle road MENTS"A

Mrs Otto Grasse, the Misses Fannie from 1:30 to 2, to take ladies across Positively one of the rarest WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

Robinson, Mary Robinson, Ada Bum- I the lake. treats afforded the Orlando Royal Comedy.
._. by and Mrs. Wm. Blackstock of Lafayette I Theater Goers this hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it. ,
Ind. Miss Fannie Robinson I W. R. C. MEETINGThe I Season.ADMISSION Something new Something New I .
Try it. Ask About it.
J was the successful player, winning a "THE BUFFER"An I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
dainty- prize. Mrs. Glenn was assisted j Woman's Relief Corps will hold 50 CENTS three or more I
in serving a salad course by Miss :I their monhtly meeting at Unity Chapel Essanay Drama Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand ,
.
COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Robinson and Mrs. Essington. Thursday afternoon, March 4, 1915 Usual Matinee of Pictures will POTATO SALAD
- ', 3 p. m. Mrs. H. M. Pratt, of Glovers- be held 1

GUESTS OF ville, N. Y., will give an address on J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S : .
REELS
FOUR BIG
MRS. ROBINSON.The Woman's Work in the Civil War. All Pictures until 8 o'clock ,I Phone 26 Bakery
Sans Souci Club were guestsof who are interested are cordially in- -
Mrs. S. A. Robinson yesterday afternoon vited. Mrs II. Allen. I I

having a most delightful IMPORTANT: MEETING First Floor ________5c. and lOc.
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the prize for the highest score. Mrs. THROUGH ORLANDOThe packers, crate manufacturers, and any Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc I I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
S. A. Robinson made the lowest score, I others interested in the citrus indus- I' i
try of Florida, are respectfully in-
and as a penalty has to make the tally Louisville baseball club, knownas vited to meet in Orlando, at the court .. I
I cards for the next meeting. Mrs.' the Colonels, passed through yes- house, 10 o'clock a. m., March 20, to -
John Schnarr, Mrs. Bogue and Mrs. : terday afternoon on train No. 89 over consider the advisability of the pass-

Stuart were absent, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. the Atlantic Coast Line en route to age box of to a be law used standardizing in the future.the field The FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Johnson, and Miss Ida Green playingas j Lakeland where is to
they will go into state press requested publishthis j
substitutes. The club will meet training for the next month. Besidesthe notice, as it is a matter of much

next with Mrs Owen Robinson.0 i j players there was in the party importance Florida. to the citrus industry of Established 1886 C ,

-- -- [Auditor Bingham, of the club, Mrs. Committee: T. J. Watkins, L. L.
NULLOS CLUBENTERTAINED. (i Bingham, Secretary Pat Clarke, four Payne, J. H. Sadler.

newspaper men, Robert Dundon, Geo.
The Nullos Club was entertained I. Biggers, Harry Bloom, Ed. Thomas. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
yesterday afternoon by Mrs Harriet FINAL DISCHARGEIn

Miller at the Wyoming hotel. Those TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR Court of County Judge, Orange
who enjoyed the afternoon were Mrs County, State of Florida-In re !
LeRoy Giles, Mrs. F. D. Carr, Mrs. PURE DRUGS and fresh Estate of Mary McLoon.. LOANS
. garden
.
Notice is hereby given, to all whomit
Beeman, Miss Drennen, Miss Hart, seed, see J. L. Dean, Prop. City
may concern, that on the 1st day
Miss Noble Mrs Bourne Mrs. Gedsje, Drug Store. 3-4-2wks of September, A. D. 1915, I shall apply -
f REAL ESTATE RENTALS
and Mrs. DeWitt Miller. Mrs Bee- to the Honorable Wm. Martin, I :
man made the highest score at cards.A FOR SALE 1914 Ford touring car; judge of said court, as judge of pro- t
first class condition; extra equipment bate, for my final discharge as admin r
dainty luncheon of creamed oys- ; a bargain. Will demonstratein istratrix of the estate of Mary E. ..
ters, chicken salad, sandwiches, olives, I Orlando if desired. Be quick. F. P. McLoon, deceased, and that at the ...
and chocolate was served. Knowles, Maitland, Fla. 3-4-6t same time I will present to said court .
my final accounts as administratrixof
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FOR' SALE]-Desirable property on said estate, and ask for their ap f
CLIFFPILLANS.Miss West, Anderson and Osceola streets. proval.Dated.
Pauline Cliff and Dr. P. P. Also houses to rent. R. J. Waldron, March 3, A. D. 1915. i
Pillans were quietly united in marriage -I contractor and builder, 4 West South MARCELLA T. STEVENSON, For Sale I
street. 3-4-lt 3-4-15-6mo. Administratrix.
yesterday noon at the home of I

the bride's mother on Cathcart street, FOR SALE Horse, harness
,
Rev. John W. Stagg, minister of the and buggy-, at a bargain wagon; good all OSTEOPATHYDR. House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price ;I

Presbyterian church, officiating.The around horse and trusty. Also some
household goods. R. E. Gray, R. F. D.
living room was artistically No. 2, Highland Grove. 3-4-6t J. C. HOWELL 450000. A bargain. :
decorated in ferns, roses, and carna- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
tions. The invited guests were those IF TilE PARTY WHO FOUND the Kirksville Graduate
who were most intimately acquaintedwith three set diamond ring, which was Consultation Free .
them, and were: Dr. and Mrs. lost in the Arcade hotel, will return Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
it to the manager, a liberal reward HoteL
Christ, Dr. and Mrs. Lott, Mr. and I will be paid and no questions asked.J. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
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CUT PRICESTO I JUDICIOUS the mo t important FERTILIZING items in is success-one of I u m bel'a T..dt Ii 1 iuI 1iiig 1esI 4 \.

SENTINELWANTS ful growing of fruits and vegetables.
'Talk with II. McDaniel.. lie has
GETREADY I made a success of growing both. lie
'sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"
I brand. His experience is worth some-
CASH thing to you. Phone 708.
2-26-lm*

FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros-
The Morning Sentinel Want per Colony for sale at a bargain if
65 Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 ORLANDO
acres,
Ad Medium in Orlando. acres of as good land as there is in
Brick Road. Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; ..;.
Terms Cash in Advance. all under fence; 6 room house, auto
5 Room House, close in. Easy and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables, S I
RATES corn crib and poultry house; crop and
Terms. For One Day ______________25t some farming tools go with place. Cement
Grove. For Three Days ____________50c S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. Royal Agatite Plaster andyPertection Lime
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days _______________75c 2-19-d&wk-lmo a
For One Month ____________$2.50
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY -- -
--- - 25 words or less. If the ad con- LANDS
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate On the Gulf highlands of the fam- -
will be one cent per word for ous Sarasota Bay district, South Flor- I, .
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
terms. sertion.If pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy
you can't bring your ad to and early shippers of winter vegetables -I lliw ruff"I
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- ; no killing frosts; healthful cli- /aOrlando's
the above. counts opened by telephone will be mate; invigorating salt air from the t
payable the following day. gulf; pure water from flowing arte- I
sian wells; this proved and tested .
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Every Home-Every Business land, close to transportation sur-
I Every Man has use for a rounded by prosperous groves and
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Sentinel Want Ad. farms, we offer at a low price on
small payment down, balance ten !
years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow KINCAID SNO\VVDEN\ ;
Watkins Block PHONE 504 FOR SALE to pick from. Immense leap in an
values will fellow.]] This special offeris
not to speculators, but ot those .
FOR SALE Tomato
plants,
now
-For FineWATCH ready. Livingston Globe. $1.50 who will actually develop the land.
Exceptionally fine class of residents
thousand. Box 552, Orlando, Fla.
per
CLOCK and coming in. and
33ltd&wFOR Largest Cheapest I
Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
JEWELRY REPAIRING CO.,
SALE 11 land, 11-2
acres Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.
C. VATER miles east of Altamonte Station;
call whois 2-21-lmoc :
on FURNITURE
about 15 acres cleared, and enough HOUSEt
an expert at this trade wire on the place to fence this; some
fine vegetable land; a number of nice FOR SALE
with many years experience lakes around it. Price $650 cash. Terms to Suit Purchaser
W. A. Branner, Maitland, Fla. Good citrus and truck land, cleared Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando '
Youngs Repair ShopOpp. 3-3-3t* in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on .
!.! brick road to be built this year, two .
Post Office; Pine StrcetOSTEOPATH FOR SALE]-A good work horse; miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4 ,
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- rings, or white II. G. Jackson R. F. D.
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo 2-14-lmo :

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FOR SALE-Tomato; plants, now FOR SALE-On account of
poor
ready. Livingston Globe. $1.50
thousand. Box 551, Orlando, Fla. health,the undersigned hereby offers
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER per 3-2-ltd&w* for sale at a bargain, his desirable r:
property located at the corner of
Office corner Orange Avenue and I FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse power enginefor West street and Ridgewood avenue. Clearance Sale
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., sale. 402 Gore avenue. This property is central, in a first
Phone 419.BAKING. 2-23-6t, class neighborhood, and convenientto
school, business, lake and park.
FOR SALE-Nice homes and orange Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
groves for sale. Worth the money. terms. Property consists of nice new
OF
Maitland, Fla. W. B. Tucker, Box 73. bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue :
POWDER 2-28-6t has six rooms and large
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for I
TO THE ORLANDO TOURIST: kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; 1
If you decide to locate here, I have house unfurnished. Price $2,100. :
DEMONSTRATION I a beautiful home site overlooking Also, nearly new, two-story six- Gas Heaters
Colonial Park, near Amelia avenue; room cottage, fronting on West street,
3 large lots; $650 cash takes the with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
The Calumet Com- bunch. Address Owner, Box 733. feet; house partly furnished. Price
2-28-61 $1,950.
pany will have a lady Also a beautiful connecting corner
FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, harness, lot, 70x85; feet, fronting on two
demonstrator at our and buggy. A bargain if taken at streets, and graded for basement Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
once. Will sell all together or sep- building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
store all day Saturdayto arately if desired. Inquire J. F. Watkins quick sale owner would dispose of ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
No. 2 America street. all of the above, to one party, for
prove the purity of 2-26-6tc $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc out during the month of March at the following prices:

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
their product.Be cottage, seven rooms and bath, FOR RENT
modern conveniences, roomy porches, $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
to attend this excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. FURNISHED HOUSE-Seven rooms.
sure 2-23-tf One month or longer, $40 a month.
demonstration. Teephone 673, or call Room No. 47, 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
public OAK WOOD-On the lot, cut four Watkins Bldg. 3-2-
feet long, in lots to suit; or the
whole lot. Price right if taken at FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
once. Chas. F. Nason, 700 W. Amelia veniences, unfurnisLeJ. Jas. A.
2-23-6t Knox 11-3-tf
CARUTHERS & GORE avenue. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, II
equipped; speedometer Presto tank, to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at 10-25-tf

New Modern Grocery Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf ROOMS $3.50 PER WEEK-Large BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc-
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veranda electric lights, hot and cold
tion, nor any city lots outside of
water bath in best of Orlando.
the corporation, though I have some ; part
Phone 200
St. James of South
corner West and
splendid building lots near Lake Eola, streets. 1
and they will be priced on their mer- 2-27-6t
its. See the owner and save commis
6 and 8 East Pine St. sions. II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. WANTED
2-26-lmo
WANTED-Young man to share good
FOR SALE-A good city residence, room with another and board in ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
with all modern conveniences; part private family; close in; home comforts CO.
cash balance on time. Address and conveniences and reasona-
5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO I"Owner," care Sentinel office. ble price. Address F. E. H., care

2-7-lmoc I Sentinel. 3-3-St GAS DEPARTMENTFOR

FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright. WANTED to>> rent two or three fur-
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle nished rooms with bath, for light
Weeks in the recent contest will be housekeeping or would consider
sold for benefit of Baptist church small furnished cottage. Ready to
I
North and West"DIXIE building fund. Piano may be seen occupy March 10th to 15th. Will be -
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :M. E. here indefinitely. Address, W. C.,
Weeks, 10 Washington street. care Sentinel. 3-3-lt* FRESH VEGETABLES and

FLYER" 1-13-tfc strawberries, phone II. McDaniel,
W A "ED-Good boy, about 14 years 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor '
"DIXIE LIMITED" FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar old, to carry paper route. Applyat vegetables will be given low Flnley's Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStoreHas
"SEMINOLE LIMITED" in A-l condition; cheap for this office. 3-2-tf prices. 2-20-lmo
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor,

"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. WANTED couple to take part ofa Umbrellas recovered and repaired always on band a large and well selected
1-4-tf house furnished for housekeeping; "while wait," at Young's Repair
you
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" temporary or permanent; very rea Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock sonable. Box 21, city. 3-2-6t Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
and tools best farm in
county variety -
Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis, ; TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse :

Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, to-date fruits buildings, 1,600, etc.trees Room; elegant 3, Rock up- WANTED-For players-violin M., clarinet E. S. S., viola orchestra,bass., repairs of of all leaky kinds roofs done CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING *
promptly repairing ;
Louisville and intermediate points. Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- ;
Call on or address A. A. Patch at
doors and windows a specialty;
1-16-tfc screen ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT |
er. Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-6t sleeping porches, counters, shelling, !
Dining Cars via garages, office fixtures; window and I
FOR SALE
TAKE THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER door frames made to order. Get our FINLEY'S PIONEER i
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
trip on your way home. Ask Estes. prices. 18 East Church street. A
Atlantic Coast Line and truck farming, bordering on a
3-2-6t will 1-11-lmo
postal bring us.
pretty lake and has one-half mile --, HONE 67 Corner Pine and Coorl
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford estate
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. brick road, this frontage being adapted Who has some Florida to 1
for nice home sites; could be subdivided trade for equity in a wheat ranchin PHONE 646 1I
Southern Alberta, located one mile
into 40
building plots 60x200
W. Fritot, D. P. A., feet each, leaving about 60 acres for from town on main line R. R. This is AUTO FOR HIRE
Jacksonville, Fla. citrus fruits and truck farming; five all steam plow land. Address A. E. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- 4
minutes walk to railroad station, Sebring, Orlando, R. No. 1. 3-3-3t
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A, stores, hotel, school and churches. -- BARNARD & SON '
Tampa, Fla. When you consider location and good MONEY TO LOAN-Have money to The 1arIet
transportation facilities with other loan on high-class real estate in 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
advantages the property's real valueis sums of $1000 and up. Cooper &, 12-10-Aiu OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- Atha. 3-3-3t
dent who needs money. He author- -. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ,
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who- PALMS FRESH AND SALT MEATS

ever gain.buys For further this property particulars gets, call a bar-on Now is the time to plant palms. Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions. i ittverything

E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & We have the best assortment of palmsto : screened away I rum the diet, and kepi trv-.it-
Davis building, corner Church street be had. Also Griffing's Roses give CHIROPRACTOR
and Orange avenue. Orlando. results. W. H. Brokaw salesman, and pure.
1-31-tfc 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267. graduate Davenport College, 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee qtt fartl n. W. !,*"*:?

DR. L H, RAMSDELL 2-27-12tc 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone everything in the Meat Use.IT. }
LOOKI-18 fine city lots for sale. 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
OPTOMETRIST Also furnished or unfurnished BUYERS AND SELLERSI being restored to health by chiropractic ,
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE houses for summer rental. Price and buy, sell rent, and exchange real adjustments, the new science IBS. Self Oo. t
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, own- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., of removing the cause of disease. Ex-
215 South Main ,. Have handled amination free. 12-24-1mo PHONE NO. 80
AND DO ALL*KINDS OF er u". street opposite over 30 years. over J PINE STRrtl
h dist church. Phone 99. 20000000. Call and see me.
OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-27-lmo 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Don't overlook the want ads.




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Beatrice Doane as "Anna Varvara" (The Red Widow, Cliff Heckinger as "Cicero Hamilton Butts" and a groupof
merry bell hops as seen in the fascinating musical play "The Red Widow," the stellar offering at the Lucerne C.Mighty hard work to select the right kind of a rug .
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' CONSUL GENERAL AT PARIS U. S. INDUSTRIES THAT BENEFIT -
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(Continued from page 3) FIGURES PURCHASESOf thing that is displeasing, you regret it for many
ance was finally at the enter- ,
stopped Washington, March 2.-Consul Gen- the four hundred and odd mil- .
tainments and since that have to come.
they eral Trackara at Paris cables the de- lion dollars' already spent or con- years
moved their to the
operations chapel.
partment of commerce that the for- tracted for in this country by the
Host people are taught early in life eign trade of France in 1914 exclud- allies of Europe, the following indus-
how to act at a public gathering. The ing gold and silver coin and bullion, tries have secured the bulk: ([Why not let us help you in selecting your rug?

way we do act is a reflection on our $2,156,628,539, loss of $796- Arms, ammunition and '
was a We have hundreds of artistic designs and color
parents or those who have raised us. I 670,418 compared with 1913. Imports explosives$107,000,000 combinations -

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should or else we have no respect for many worthy weaves. can
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their teachings. The actions of a. amounted to $831,131,202, al oss of etc. ----------r- 32,000,000 in selecting floor the kind that
. of who sat in of the you your coverings
group boys one $396,750,679. Decrease in the foreign Automobiles ___________ 22,000,000 ,
rear corners of the chapel"last Sun-J trade was entirely in the last six Chemicals, medicines and will exactly suit tastes and requirements. We
day night were such that no respectable months of the year. During the first hospital supplies _____ 6,250,000 your '

people could overlook under any six months there was a gain of $33- Leather, including shoes, feel sure we can please We know our prices '
circumstances. If we can not have you.
390,737, not including precious met- harness, etc. _________ 18,000,000
quiet tertainments respectfulness or our religious in' our public services en- als. Miscellaneous, includingbeef are lower than you can get anywhere else in town.
some flour, sugar
ange without county the aid to of maintain the sheriff order of, Or-we Take your Kodak films to Robinson. and provisions _______ 161,000,000Total \> You can see where it will pay you to make us a visit.

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will have the sheriff with us. The
to Feb. 1 ______$412,250,000
following can be regarded as a warn-
ing: If further disorder is carried on BOYS AND GIRLS
Remember the Indian lecture Thurs-I left Robinson's Low Prices all
in the chapel a trial case will be made Kodak finishing at Special on
and we will see about the law pro- day night is for you. Tickets atButt's. Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
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next day.
tecting religious services from disturbances -
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ing determined our in which church inside about they going or this are outside people matter.held.the are Severalof build-fully rI $$ I I Bugs in stock for one week I ;


The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society
will give a social Saturday evening, Hammond &Qore .
March 6, for the benefit of their

church have have a been building church working of fund.their a long own These time denomi-ladies to I _FUNERAL_ DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I SALE COMMENCES MONDAY :

nation and deserve patronage.An REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Below is few of the low are'of f
8x10 Kodak enlargement free a many prices we erin .


,w at RESOLUTIONS Robinson's Studio.RESPECT 3-3-tf FOR I OUR COMPARE'I I this great Rug Sale: ,.,

MEMOUOF C. YOWELL LATE RICHARD We provide 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, $36.50 value, . $29.50

I been accepted 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $28.00 value, . . $23.98
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. .
Georgia Military Academy
College Park, Ga.,. Feb. 27, 1915. It wouldn't be here were. it otherwise. We ca 't make 9x12 Good Quality Velvet, $22.50 value, . $18.98
this point too clear-it is one of the foundai on stonesof
Editor :Morning Sentinel:
this business, and that means much to any buyer. 9x12 Kirmann value \
$38.00 $29.98
Enclosed herein please find a copy I I Royal Rugs, .
the resolutions the
of adopted by
cadets and faculty of the Georgia McNEDLL & DAVIS BLOCK, 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $24.50 value, for . $17.98 :
Military Academy, in honor of the
deceased Mr. Richard Southgate Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla. 9x12 Royal Treman Rugs, $55.00 value, . $42.50

please Yowell,kindly of Orlando publish, which in your you paper will, L 4- ___o- J 9x12 Velvet Extra Special, $22.00 value, . $16.98 '

in the next issue. 9x12 KaShan cheap at $100 special $73.50
Very truly yours, Royal :

LUIIR President BECKMANN Y. M. C.,A. 9x12 Savalan Royal Wilton, $75.00 value, $48.50

in Whereas the working, The out Omnipotent of His divine Father plan,, 9x12 Matting Rugs, extra special sale price, $ 2.49
has seen fit to remove from our midst
this twenty-first day of February, THERE'S A REASON
nineteen hundred and fifteen, our
friend schoolmate and comrade, Rich-
ard Southgate Yowell; and .
Whereas In our associations to-
gether in the many school activitiesour ROOF GARDEN THEATRE TO-NIGHT
comrade did endear himself to all
of us by the most sacred bonds of WHY?
. friendship, showing at all times the
fine traits of character which so char- !
acterized his genial spirit; 4 REELS A.T EVERY SHOW 4
Resolved, That we, the cadets and I
faculty of Georgia Military Academy,
do express to his bereaved parents Universal Topical
and friends our deepest and sincerest I

so sympathy saddened in the their hearts sorrow of us which all; and has,I ANIMATED WEEKLY." .

Resolved be, That forwarded a copy to of these our com resolutions -i' JONES GOES JUST THE SAME i .

rade's parents; and, Victor Drama. 2 Reels. Mary Fuller"EVERY
Resolved, That a copy of these res- .,
for publicationin :
olutions be forr-mjded "
the paper of the town in which our GIRL.
beloved comrade lived; and, bus line which has been
Resolved, That a fitting memorialto My serving you for fourteen

comrade our beloved be published fellow in student the Arsenal and, months has not: changed its schedule, but leaves at the Joker Comedy

Academy.the annual of the Georgia Military same time ft always has. THE PLUMBER WINS THE GIRL." .'

Committee: TIME TABLEBus
LUIIR G. C.Pres.BECKMANX Y. M. C.,A. Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, 5c. and lOc.
CARTER C. PORTER Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
Capt. Co. "B." .
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JOHN De L. EASON,
Pres. Junior Class. WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
JOEL W. CLAYTON, Read Down Read Up
Capt. Reserve Football YoweU-Duckworth Co.
ROBERT Team S., ROSSER 1914. I A.M.JA.M. P. l\1 A.M. P. \1. P. M.,

Faculty Representative. Orlando 6:3oIot5! 3:00 9.3 1.30 6.oo
1 "
Ocoee Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It.
MOTHERS AND FATHERSDo 7:30 x1.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00:
not forget the Boy Scout Winter Garden y:4S 1.1:3o 4 3 8.1512.15 4.45
ture Thursday night, 8:15- lee-I Oakland 8oo-- 4:3 8.00-- 4.30 -
Tickets at Butt's. -
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Sheriff J. F. Gordon and wife madea
trip to Tampa )-esterda).. i
Aga iI

For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- I
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf I

Mr. Jas. R. Hirsch, one of Mait- t
land's energetic and public spirited
citizens, spent yesterday in Orlando
looking after business matters. ,

Mr. A. G. Kent left yesterday afternoon -
SAVE IN SAFETYDon't for a trio through the West .
I which will include Denver, Colo., and !
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San Francisco, Cal.
hide away your savings about the -

;. house waiting until you have a large amount Guests arriving at the San Juan .
yesterday include Mrs. R. E. Town-
Think of SAFETY FIRST. send, St. Joseph, Mo., and Miss Margaret I
Beattie Newport, Ark.
Whenever you have a dollar or more, bring -'y'c\
it in and deposit it here in The State Bank.It Mr. H. C. Barclay, one of Kissim-
mee's most active real estate men
will be secure and begins to earn 4 per transacted business in Orlando yes-

cent. terday. ; -I ..
Savings Acounts be opened busi-
may any MOTHERS AND FATHERSDo
ness day with $1 or more. not forget the Boy Scout lec- ,
ture Thursday night, 8:15 o'clock. W
Tickets at Butt's 3-3-2t
1 1 ; ':Ti/' MEMBER FFEEDERALRESERVE
The State Bankof Mr. J. T. Dale left yesterday after-
noon for Plant City, where he wentto SYSTEM OF BANKS
attend a big pow-wow of the Red
Men held at that place last evening.

Orlando THE "FEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM OF
Mr. C. II. Wright, who has been in
/ C Orlando visiting his mother, Mrs. Helen WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER IS THE (IBEST BANK-
Wright and sister, Mrs. T. P. ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
\Varlow, left yesterday afternoon for
his home in Evanston, 111. THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS OF
GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE
/ Mr. F. J. Smith, a regular winter GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
visitor to Orlando arrived yesterday I
afternoon on the Tampa Special from WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAK- ,
Petoskey, Mich., and will spend the ING OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT "FEDERAL RE- '
remainder of the season here.
SERVE BANK.

Mrs. R. A. Shine and son Mr. Al- YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT
bert Shine, arrived in Orlando
yester- WHEN YOU ARE A DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
day afternoon from Tallahassee on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Leila S. BANK WITH US.
Beggs, 502 North Orange avenue.

I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sims, of St.
Louis, Mo., are in the city for a few The Peoples National Bank
-- -- days on their homeward trip. Their
.HIli 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II characterization of Orlando is "de- .
lightful. "IT'S A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Clewel of Canton .
; 0., are stopping wth Mrs. T. II. I
I Fuller, 307 East Pine, for a while. 1 \
Rugs Rugs They are delighted with Florida. This I --I I
is their first visit to Orlando.Mr. .

and Mrs. W. H. Goodnow, of
Keene, N. H., are among the late arrivals -
in Orlando to spend several
days. They are stopping at the San Films
AT COST AND Jean. THERE'S Developed

t,
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Price arrived in I I.
: Orlando yesterday from Danville, Ky.,
and will spend the remainder of the
LESS 10 Cents Roll
: season with their old friends Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Farris, 620 North Orange
I I avenue. 11BOYS A

I. Our old friend-, Mr. D. J. Durden Take your films to]
ALL : of Maitland, was a business visitor
SIZES AND PATTERNS I to Orlando yesterday. While in the
I city he found time to call at this of-
fice and renew his allegiance to the
: old reliable South Florida Sentinel.
REASON SL1J: PharMacy J

Included in this sale.Don't :. Chicago Mr. and, arrived Mrs. Oliver in the W.city Stewart yesterday., of

: They expect to spend several weeks
purchase here and take in the various places of
your interest near Orlando. They are reg-
: istered at the San Juan hotel.
Floor Coverings until WtlV? !
: Mr. Sam C. Goss and daughter, Their Kodak
Miss Hazel of Chicago, who are Department
have line spending the winter in Maitland, were
you seen our : in Orlando yesterday. Mr. Goss is
the president of the Goss Printing unexcelled. A complete
Press company, and always finds time
: to pay the Sentinel a call when in this _

W Will% Sav y n l\Il\ n J city.Dr. N. L. Bryan, of Lakeland, one AND GIRLS ------ stock of Kodaks and films

of the most prominent citizens of the Remember; the Indian lecture Thurs-I
Strawberry City was in Orlando yesterday day night is for you. Tickets atButt's. ;
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on business. Mr. Bryan says
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that he knows of no city in Florida (
that has made the substantial prog- -
ress of Orlando during the past two ,

scar Hand i San years. f.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hobbs and
daughter Miss Minnie, of Peoria, IlL,
who have been spending several daysin
the city left for Daytona and St.
Augustine for a short stay en route
WEST PINE home. They expect to return early .
next fall to Orlando and will remain -3 fF II
throughout the season. MARCH ) ,.... ,
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Mr. Rienzi H. Stone, of Walling- .
!.IMIIIMMM ford Conn., is making his first visitin One important lesson emphatically t.* ':., ..: '
>tttf ttf tMM Florida. Jacksonville St. Augus- the
tine, Daytona New Smyrna Titus- taught by t .
ville Allenhurst, and other places '
Artistic Souvenirs have been visited. He is now spend- -; 1.
ing a white in Orlando at present at "Month of Storms"is : .
the Connecticut bungalow on Concord t ,
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avenue. Mr. Stone is much pleased ... ..
with the City Beautiful. i the necessity for prepara- : ; .
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tion. A ,
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Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand MANY SOUTH DAKOTA PEOPLEIN p .

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many ORLANDO Savings Account Y

Souht Dakota people were never so !
other useful and beautiful articles typi- numerous in Orlando as they have often stands between the pos- _,

been this season. Mr. and Mrs. H. sessor and the storms of life. E
cal of Florida and Orlando that will prove Fishback of Brookings S. D., arrived
Tuesday evening from Tampa and St. Surplus dollars placed in a

: a source of great delight to your friends Petersburg, where they have been for
the past month. They have taken Savings Account
"back North." We also carry a completeline rooms at the Osceola and will remain

for some time. Mr. Fishback is pres- in this institution accumulate
,
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair ident of the First National bank of
E Brookings. rapidly and earn dividends at !

Department is in charge of most compe- the rate of 4 per cent. -t '

: DEATH OF MRS. DODSON
tent workmen.
!
i Mrs. Georgia A. Dodson who has

4 been lando,spending died early several yesterday weeks morningof in Or- Orlaildo n Bank & Trust t C

l T.D.EVANS The general remains senility were prepared aged 81 for years.ship- lDany

ment by Undertaker Hand, and ac-
t companied by her son, Mr. J. G. Dod-
JEWELER son, and wife, were taken yesterdayto
her old home in Americus, Ga., for
J "*'-t" "I"I"IIIIIIIIIIII'.t'I"lil"'I'f, Interment.


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