Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00500
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 5, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00500
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Turks Rushing Troops To Defend _

DardanellesGreat CONFIRM GRAVITY OF Trying to Detain the Rus- LINS TO WALK

STINGING DEFEAT sian Forces, but Are SCORE 11 TO .

Unrest Prevails Throughout Sordid Capital Which Appearsto Unsuccessful GREAT BRITAIN

Be Doomed-A Number of Ministers Want Peace

Concluded in Order to Save Constantinople From FRENCH ARTILLERY EFFECTIVE GAME ON ICE FIRST FEARS FOR -
March 4.-The
Petrograd following
f Fearful Bombardment and Certain Destruction ,
official statement was given out to- Smashing Single by
-A Revolution Is Feared-Public IN A TURMOIL
Opinion at Fever Heat Continue Progress in the Cham- night by the Russian general staff: Round One Drove in I

pagne DistrictCounterAttacks "The Russian advance between Nie- Runs and I

Athens, March 4.-According to a report that has reached here WereRepulsed men and Vistula continues on the road Game J Feel That
to Olita. The enemy is holding ground Are Op- ;
the Sultan has already left Constantinople and panic is reigning .
only between the lakes and the region in Mexico I
among the Young Turks whose leaders are preparing to leave the of Grondno. Box score:

city before it becomes too dangerous. Great unrest seems to prevail Paris, March 4.-Tonight's official "There has been violent artillery BIRMINGHAM City

throughout all Stamboul, particularly among the lower classesof fighting near Ossowiec. East of Jed- AB R H ,
statement: wabdo the Russian forces have Carroll, Ib -I 2 1 1
the approached ------- I March 4.-Great Brit-
population. cf ________ 4 0 1
"In Belgium, in the region of the Hartle !
the enemy's trenches where
expressed to the state\
Hemenway, 3b ___ 3 1 1 j
dunes, oar artillery made a particu- hand to hand fighting occurred, and Sloan, rf 3 1 0 grave concern over
Peace Proposed to Save City larly effective attack. The infantry near Korgez the Russians have taken Magee, If ________ 4 3I I of their citizens HI
Bucharest, March 4.-Numerous travelers reaching this city including 21 officers. Clarke, 2b ------- 5 0 2
occupied a fresh trench before our mnay prisoners, I by the acts of Carrarf-
Ellam, ss ________ 5 1 1 I
from Constantinople describe the situation in the Turkish "Between the rivers and
capitalas lines. Lomjaitza Johnson, c------- 2 1 1 n, his military chief-

most serious. A number of ministers there are said to be desirous "In Champagne we continued pro- the Vistula several actions have occurred Hale, c __________ 1 0 0 capital.

of concluding peace in order to save the city from bom- gressing. We consolidated and wid- ; a particularly violent conflict McDuffie, p ----__ 2 2 1 the reports the British
Cantley, 1 0 0
ened our position, notably to the took place between Elava and Khor- p------- the state department
bardment the
by warships of the allies, which is generally regarded -
inevitable. Public northwest of Perthes and Mesnil, gat."In Totals _________34 11 12 actual starvation, anu'
as opinion is at a fever heat and
a terrible making 100 prisoners."In the Carpathians despite heavy ROLLINS Mexico City is increas
revolution is feared. northeast :Mesnil fresh counter ;losses, the Austrians continue their AB R H

-- attacks were repulsed, and the pris- attacks, though unsuccessfully."In Musselwhite, If ___ 5 1 1 that about two thou-
Roberts 2b ______ 3 1 1
Making Great Progress oners confirm the gravity of the losses East Galicia the Austrian rear and five hundred Brit'
Brief Bulletins Purtell, ss _______ 3 0 0
London March 4.-Bulletin.-An suffered by the two regiments of the guard is trying to detain the Russian Hunter, Ib _______ 4 0 1 in Mexico City. AU

announcement by the admiralty, given Ticked Off Wire Prussian guard engaged in yester- forces on the Luavo and Jesupel riv- Taylor, c _________ 4 0 2 understood are clamor(
out after midnight, confirms the unofficial day's fighting."In ers, but unsuccessfully." Thoren, rf _______ 3 1 2 of the city.
Shannon, cf ______ 4 0 1
reports of a continuation of At Late Hour the Argonne, at Four de Paris, expectation of the de
Froemke, 3b _____ 3 1 1
the Dardanelles bombardment and indicates the German attack was repulsed, and Bane, p 0 0 0 that the import
NEW ---------
that the Turks are rushing another was repulsed at Vaquos. Hunter _________ 1 0 0 I Progresso, in Yucatant
SENATE ADJOURNS Rose _________ 3 0 0
to its defense. p to with the*
troops Near Verdun, at Fort Deveaux, a Ger- I commerce
The senate adjourned yesterday at Annual Meeting Held at Elks Home -
It is announced that the protected 12:04'ck p. m.RIDDLE. man aeroplane was brought down on Last Night-M. M. Smith Was Totals _________33 4 9 but the expectation]
cruiser Sapphire bombarded the guns I our lines and two aviators were taken Batted for Barze. .
Elected Exalted Ruler
and troops on the Gulf of Adramyti, prisoners." 3 Base hits-McDuffie. say that the Car-*

about fifty miles south of the entrance DEAD 2 Base hits-Roberts, held a conference at*
to the straits and this :Morton Riddle, general manager of The annual meeting of the Orlando Johnson. decided that the
sug- the Florida TAMPA GOLFERS DEFEAT VISIT- Base on balls-Bane, 7; port
East Coast railway, died Lodge of Elks, 1079, washeld last
gests a movement of Turkish troopsin McDuffie, 2. until further no--
that vicinity probably on their yesterday at St. Augustine.0 ORS FROM ORLANDO night at the Elks Home on the corner Time of JZ'ame-2 hours.

to the Dardanelles.The - of Central avenue and Court street, UmpireChestnutt.Struck 4)Y t
way Tampa, Fla., March 4.-In the out-McDuffie, 3; -
SIGNS BILL when new officers to serve the ensu-
French ships have also shelled
Rose, 1; Cantley, 1. Tampico *
match between
team Tampa and Or-
the bridge of Kavack, over which the President Wilson signed seamen'sbill ing year were elected, as follows: '
March 4.Villa
troops from the north must on which will improve working con- lando yesterday the Tampa Auto and Exalted Ruler-:M.: M. Smith. an-
pass In an interesting game that a campaign
Golf club defeated the Orlando Coun-
American Esteemed L. Per-
seamen.0 Leading Knight-
their the
way to European shores of
afternoon at Winter Park would begin with
try club team by a score of 24 to 17, cival Hutton.
the straits, and it thus becomes ob- -
Nassau system of scoring. The Tam- I mingham Barons forced San Luis Potosi of a f
vious that the operations of the REBELLIONRome.A Esteemed Loyal KnightWalterI
team from Rollins College thousand men under
pa team was made up of C. E. Ball '
French fleet in the Gulf of Saros state of siege has been Drennen.
was I the plank to the tune of 11 Urbina.
B. M. Reed, W. B. Bonacker, P. H. Esteemed Hen
intended primarily to prevent Turkish proclaimed in the greater portion of Lecturing Knight- -
Hale, Frank Bentley, J. T. Mahoney, II. Yowell. was the initial game of is expected to arrive
reinforcements reaching the troopsnow Cyrenaica, in an effort to put down ry .
a the confer with northern
rebellion. W. F. Ferman, W. M. Fielder, J. M. Treasurer-Chas. P. Dow. scrap was
beleaguered the
on Gallipoli
pe- Harvey, T. E. Lucas, :M.: E. Lucas J. Secretary-Herbert Wichtendahl. ly 1,000 persons, several ,
ninsula at a point opposite Bulair -
Orlando attending the from Monterey
D. Macfarlane, and J. H. Bonacker.The F. say
which was shelled again today by the SARA BERNHARDT Orlando team was composedof Tyler-John Empie. The grandstand was filled besieged by Carranza's
Trustee-E. S. Keyes, 3
French ships which can command the Friends of Sara Bernhardt are anx- Louis Dolive, J. R. Yearby, A. D. years. rooters from Rollins!: College no prospect of suc-

entire! width of the neck leading to ious concerning her condition in a Mallory, L. H. Gedge, G. R. Porter, vent to their enthusiasm at reinforced.

the peninsula proper.PENNSYLVANIA. hospital at Bordeaux, France. She Dr. Williams, S. Y. Way, S. A. Guern- HAS RECOVERED FROM OPERATION of the game. Nearly of the civilian popu-

has suffered a relapse. sey, J. I. Guernsey, H. J. Jackson, i were grouped around the as terrible because of

PICNIC -0- II. Johnson, C. B. Robinson, and Judge I which the fans watched .

EXPLOSION Warlow.In | Mr. and :Mrs.: B. Drew arrived in Rollins will play a return
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There will be a preliminary meetingof Belgian tank steamer Tiflis, from the match play between :Miss i .Orlando yesterday from Baltimore, Orlando March 18. FATHER'S FUNERAL '

those interested in a Pennsylvaniapicnic New York February 10, suffered petroleum Dora Bonacker, woman's champion of Md., and are now at their pretty Manager Molesworth sent

held at the residence of Mrs. j explosion yesterday off coast the Tampa club, with Miss H. John- home on Lake Eola. Mrs. Drew was lars into the field and they arrived yesterday

Samuel Walker, on South Main street of Spain. One dead, six injured. son, of the Orlando Country club, operated on some time ago in the structed to make a good Tenn., being sum-

on Saturday evening, March 6, at 7:30 I -0- Miss Bonacker won both nines and is Johns Hopkins Institute.for appendi- unloosen. They followed I j the announcement of

o'clock. It is desired that all Pennsylvanians S. O. STEAMER DETAINED open challenge champion of the state citis, and her many friends are de- and brilliant plays were of his father, Mr. J.

in the city be represented at London.-The Standard Oil com for women players. lighted at her rapid recovery. Barons are up to class and occurred at an ear-

this meeting, as action will be takenas pany steamer Platuria, bound for 1-- the fire of last season morning. Rev.

to whether or not a picnic will beheld :Malmo, Sweden, has been detained at copped the rag in the Orlando recently vis-
and if when and where and It's A Good Police News There several
so, Girkwejl Scotland, pending investigation. Thing )League. are and sisters, and the
to arrange for same.I. of the team, first and of his father's death
R. Cook. I which will be bolstered up .
LOST ARTILLERY Are Not So Exciting Every Day! son progresses.McDuffy .

SUCCESSOR NAMED I :: the Birmingham . . . . . .
Geneva. Austria
lost much of her '
in the box for the
4 best new artillery in the recent fight- In police court yesterday Isaac j glar played hide and seek in the rear WEARING THE
Guy Empie, who will leave the local -,ing in East Prussia and Poland according Sales, thirty-nine years old, and Mrs. ,|,of II. lIanco 's grocery store on and showed form. He "BOOST THE

W. U. T. to assume the manager I to information received from Lulu Lewis fifty-one years old, both Church street. The negro, who has by Barze for Rollins, who !"
ship of the Tampa office will be succeeded -( I fairly consistent game, .
what is considered a reliable source. colored, came to the attention of His not yet been apprehended, was cornered -
by A. G. Varago, of Jackson- the first round, when he the '
-0-- Honor, charged with a minor offense. two guns were thrown upon are games
steady, slipping bases to
ville. SHIPPERS MAY RECOVER Commissioner Robertson, who has a him, he was told to surrender, and Barons Orlando between
waiting four runs
Washington.-The senate big heart, moved that the fine be remitted what the officers considered an easy Barons of the
today The was put on the
PROGRESS MADE agreed to the house amendment to if the parties would agree to capture resulted in a daring and un- first inning.game and other pro-

the Cummins bill making it possiblefor get marreid. Mrs. Lewis said she precedented escape from the very I Carrol drew a ticket, and minor league

Great progress is being made on shippers to recover the full actual needed protection, and Mr. Sales said clutches of Orlando law. The negro Hartle sacrificed pilfered

the Watkins block room formerly occupied -j'value of shipments lost irrespective he needed a companion to bring cheerto darted to one side and amid a verita- Hemenway, the crack third Philadelphia

by the postoffice, which will ,of provisions in bills of lading limiting his home. Consequently the happy ble hail of bullets, escaped throughthe ,
real sensation also drew
a a
be occupied by alocal candy com- j, the loss for rate making pair proceeded to Judge Martin's front screen door, tearing it down Ameri
purposes. stole second. Sloan, the
pany. !j -<>- sanctum in the court house, the nup- breaking the locks and hinges, and waited the count and s. winners of
1 tial knot was tied, and for two dol- gaining a hard earned freedom.TO League. pennant
STEAMER AGROUND all the way. With the
THE WEATHER lars what would have been a ten dol-
Beaufort, N. c.-The British tramp and dressed up, Magee, Rollins College.
: lar fine was cancelled.
Florida: Rain Friday, except fair steamer Overdale, 2,240 tons, from DAYTONA FOR THIEF little brother, smashed a and 20-Louisville .

in south portion; colder in northwest Savannah to Havre with cotton, is gle through short scoring Association.

portion. Saturday fair; colder in cen- !I aground near Cape Lookout Shoals, GAINED HARD EARNED FREEDOM Buck Vivian, new office deputy to Hemenway. 25-Havana Reds. '
tral and northwest portions. : but in no danger. Captain White and Sheriff Gordon, will leave today for Clarke went out to first to be scheduled. '

his crew of 23 men have declined to Daytona to bring back Rufus Skyboy, Ellam was safe on a and paste it .

New music. The latest popular edi- I leave the ship and are awaiting the a desperate negro who is wanted'in ond; Johnson was safe when or on your cook *

tion, "The Tale the Teardrop Told." arrival of a coast guard cutter. The Early yesterday morning Officers Orlando on a charge of stealing a bi- Purtell erred. With three

Curtis & O'Neal, Orange avenue. Overdale seems to if be undamaged. 'Broom and Carter and a negro bur- cycle.: (Continued on page . . . . .


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HOTELS'I FULL PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD Acounts were examined and war- > MliMM
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS rants issued in payment thereof.

There being no further business,
Tuesday March 2, 1915. upon motion duly seconded the Board Wanted to BuyIron
THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Board met pursuant to adjourn- adjourned to the regular meeting,
ment. Present, Chairman Overstreet, April 6, 1915.Personal.
West and Church Streets
Splendid *erice., Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water., One of the best and Commissioners Starbird. Dillard Brown Sweet, Black Eye, Whippcorwill Clay and : :
cooks in the state. Rates l. 0 per week and up. Special rates to parties Items ; Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. Minutes of the last meeting were

W. G. DUNCAN Prop. !I read approved and signed. From Taft Fla.
Bond of Ethel Dann as notary public SALEStowell
--- - with T. II. Evans and H. C. Dannas

ROSSMORE INNWindermere sureties approved. Taft Fla, March 3.-Geo. Dennison -
Bond of C. A. Vivian, as deputy who recently returned to Taft Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent,
sheriff, with T. II. Evans and H. A. from Winter Park is building a nice Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric Vivian as sureties approved. bungalow for a home on Second ave and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with County Surveyor Fries presentedthe nue. Several others are preparing to

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating bathing and fish- map of the Christmas public road. build the coming summer.A Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh j j
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Upon examination same was acceptedand boomlet for Orange county, Flor- ,

ordered put on road book. ida: Mrs. Minnie B. Reynolds from
---- -- Upon motion the action of Commis- Binghamton N. Y., who is spendingthe

The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn sioner Overstreet in procuring trans- winter in Taft has traveled extensively -I
portation for Mrs. Blanche Baker and in foreign countries as wellas
Orlando; Florida Pocono Manor Paf.4w. three children. to North Carolina was the United States, and says that City Drug StoreJ.

approved.J. she has thoroughly tested the famous
II IJRJ dmMANAGER N. Whitner appeared before the oranges in Sicily, also the oranges in L. DEAN Prop.IMCMMIIMICf ORLANDO. FI.ATHERE'S ; ;
% Board in reference to the
I California but the best oranges that f
the lands of the Tosohatchie Ranch she has ever tasted were right herein I a I a. I I' 1" . ,1 " " " ..
company. Subject matter referred to I
Taft, that were grown in Orange
assessor was adjusted. and
county, Florida near Taft.
THE BEST FISHINGOn Upon motion it was ordered that Miss II. P. Drake and Mrs. A. J.
main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of the comptroller be requested to allow Emery started for their home in Bos-
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando at Bear's Gap Station T. & G. R. R. the redemption of 1 acre in square in ton, Mass., and Miss Freda Niehaus- A REASON

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto northeast corner of west threefourthsof myer for Genoa Ohio last Thursday.One .

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped southwest quarter of southwest by one the roses fade, but they
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. quarter of section 30, township 22 ,will all be back here next winter. WHYYOU

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier 'i south range 30 east, at a valuationof Mr. S. S. Bowman is exhibiting the

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing $10 within 60 days by J. F. Wat- products of his truck farm in the CAN SAVE
purposes. eastern part of town-turnips that .
Petition of J. S. Loveless R. II. weigh up to 12 3-4 pounds, onions,
--- ---- --- Kellogg et al., for a public road com- beets in '
cabbages, etc., proportion.
TOURISTS ATTENTION! mencing at a point on the Orlando He is justly proud of his abundantcrop $10 to $20
Clarcona and Winter Garden
notwithstanding the cool, wet
IVe Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando one-fourth mile west of the east line weather.

Prepared by our New York Cook I I[of section 35, township 21 south, Rev. W. E. Murphy has accepted a - -- -- ----
range 28 east, and running north on
from the
call Baptist Church at Port
108 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 said line on the most practicableroute Tampa and will leave for his new AN ADDED JOY
to intersect the Orlando and charge this week. We regret his

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Apopka clay road at Fuller's Spring, leaving us with his amiable wife but
at a distance of about 3 miles said To the letters
our loss is Port Tampa's gain. i t you re-
road to run through Lakeville received Russell Safford is moving into town
EMPIRE HOTEL and laid over under the rules. from Kissimmee and will occupy the ceive if they are writtenon

Plat of same to be furnished. !Safford cottage on Fifth street stationery that is of
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Petition of G. K. Ewing, S. A. Dun-
I Not exactly news but-Why is a
away et al., for a public road heretofore :wife like a newspaper? Because every fine quality and correct
: laid over under the rules was I
man should have one of his own, shape.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round taken up. Upon motion petition was and not run after his neighbor's.

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite granted upon condition that the petitioners Mr. Albert :Mitchell of Pleasant r i -11y HIGHLAND LINEN
open the road without expenseto Ind. the of his
Lake was guest 1 fills
( 4. ),1"-- : the county. friends Mr. and Mrs. Avery on every requirementof

v ...... '_ 1.S-: ;:.. Petition of A. S. Cecil A. G. Bran- Fourth street, last week. Mr. Mitchell the most exacting
.... .
.r: lam, et a., laid over.
is touring Florida and is very favorably -
Petition of Florida Good Homes impressed with Taft. customer because it is"CRANE"

company D. P. Sias et al., heretofore Miss Gertrude Routh, of Cambridge n&mrr quality.
laid over was taken up. Upon motion City Ind., is visiting her cousin :Mrs.A. ? T} '

the petition was granted upon the L. Wright on Palm avenue. ll lilll:11lN: J.lj! \Y. S. Branch
the condition that petitioner open Mrs. A. L. Wright, Miss Gertrude

and roadway.survey County the route.to grade the road Routh Mrs. A. Franklin and W. A. J1 II[1m? OO THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
Levis were among our representativesin
Check for $159.25 received from Orlando Saturday.A. .

THE ARCADE HOTELJ. comptroller for taxes of 1912 due by L. Wright passed Sunday..with i
Sanford Traction company. Upon motion his family here.

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. it was ordered that a warrantfor Mrs. E. A. Warner took the train Special Priced For Special Reasons *
be drawn tax
$18.38 to special for Orlando Monday to remain fora
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin school district Seminole county a few days to attend lectures. IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESS )

Building in Connections warrant for $24.50 be drawn to spe- Miss Beth Bryan of Kissimmee is A good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 8001full
Fla. cial road district Seminole county the the pleasant guest of Rev. and :Mrs. bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
be distributedin blocks of Public close and Post
remaining $116.37 to W. E. Murphy on Pine street. School to Depot In addi-
various funds of Orange county. tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
Among the Nelson House guests the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and*
Communication from P. H. Nugent
the past week were W. A. Glover, market conditions, price $8,500.00; also '
clerk of Marion county in referenceto Jacksonville; Arthur Butt, Orlando; :My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room New Modern
the separation of the school busi- J. Withrow, New Haven Conn.; dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
ORLANDO 'ROOFINGAND ness from that of the county commis- T. B. Johnson Ann Arbor, Mich.; C. land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
sioners received and read and garden. Property is close' in, well located, close to the new.
R. Harding, Duluth, Minn.; J. II. Sat- Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
proved. terlee, Ogdensburg, N. Y.; R. L. Cameron I the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
Semi-annual report of the county Utica N. Y. 500, and will give possession in 30 days.:
SHEET METAL CO. To that sells the above described I*
auditor approved and signed.A i Mr. J. A. Hicks, of Kissimmee, is any agent property for me
delegation of citizens from Seminole moving into town and will one I will pay a commission: : of Five per cent, reserving the right to list,
---- -- - --- - occupy
the at will to sell it 1E1) i t1
and Brevard counties appeared property or myself.
of W. G. Sphaler's cottages on Sec-
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos before the Board in reference to abridge
ond avenue.
F. IRRZ: 1'.L
over the St. Johns river. No .

and Rubber RoofingsCornices action. For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing I BOX 35, WINTER' PARK FLORIDA
Communication from the Board of I go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
Sk)lights. Heating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings Trade of Jacksonville received in regard I -'
---- advertising. Clerk instructedto
; answer. repairs of all kinds done
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO " ..
T. Hawthorne in of roofs
from E. leaky
Letter regard promptly; repairing ;
to the Bedford place received. screen doors and windows a specialty;
sleeping porches, counters, ? el\ing,
Clerk instructed to answer that the garages office fixtures; window and REAL :
county does not own same. door frames made to order. Get our ESTATEi
A motion was made to transfer prices. 18 East Church street. A : :
from the Southern Paving and Con- postal will bring us. 1

struction company the contract to the = i
Southern Clay :Manufacturing company -

and upon resolution: after bal- The lot advertised for $1200 We bu> d seil all classes and kinds of Real, Estate.If .
lot, same was carried. following
bal- with reduction of $400.00, if
and a
resolution was offered upon
you want to buy or sell the earth:: it will pay you to call t
lot same was carried:
buyer would build, was boughtby
"Whereas, Southern Paving Con- and talk your wishes over with us.
struction company of Chattanooga, Mr. Samuel Brice of New
1lI Tenn- has assisted (subject to the The manager of this firm has had years of experience i
..r York.Ve have decided to of
approval of this Board) to the Southern -
Manufacturing company of dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a \
fer another one.
lI lIi. Tenn., i is contract with
Chattanooga I
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last i
this county for brick roads construc-
i. tion work, subject to all the terms Corner lot, well located. Side two years. '
conditions and obligations of said con-
i walks, water, lights, gas. North '
1 tract as expressed therein; and whereas We are well posted on the values of all classes and .' ',
rAr i 3 the said assignment meets the approval east. $1000.00.Vill take $600if I
of this Board; therefore, kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
will build within one
"Be it resolved That the said assignment -
bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real
itt be and is hereby approved. year.
After discussion it was decided to
I start work on the Winter Park road Estate Bargains. ,J jVIARING

\ ,+ ;i'2"q ', ,- next.Reports of the following county of-
ficers were received, read and filed:

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your physician Superintendent, sheriff county to state home auditor county, t CARL DANN REAL ESTATE COMPANY j I

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and treasurer to state and to county receipts -I

proper strength of the drugs you take. January redemptions, superintendent -I {

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and of roads and bridges REAL ESTATE I R. D. WARING, Manager
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. county agricultural advisor and aud- '

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round i itor's financial statement, which is as Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf (!
and you will never go anywhere else for them.MERCK'S follows:

PHARMACYTHE Balance on hand all funds $38- [ |
859.75; receipts, $8,250.00; paid out, COMPANY '
REXALL STORE $4,009.98; balance, $43,099.77. llllltttttiltllllllllillMtlllttlll ut.J

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Lake Down have been completed and !

The Wolfs" and William I same will be ready for occupancy
"Walking Jennings Bryant upon their return next winter. .Lucerne Theatre.

Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Williams Jr., ,
and :Miss Elizabeth Palmer spent;
Wednesday in Kissimmee arrangingfor
9 the transportation of a large alligator -I I TUESDAY MARCH 9th
which they have presented toI I ,
the zoo in Toledo, Ohio.A The Social and Musical Event of the Season
number of guests enjoyed the I The N. Y. Astor Theatre Triumph
card party at Rossmore Inn last Tues-
day night, five tables being in play. I rI
Mr. Percy Jenks has returned to his !I
home in Cleveland. lie expects toI
return next winter and erect a residence -
t 34 upon his property on Lake !
Down. I w

The Friday night dinner dances at
:_ Rossmore Inn are becoming more pop-
ular every week. Amongst those en-
t't tertaining last Friday night were no- I Book and Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf,
G ts ticed Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer Mr. Authors "The Beauty Shop," "My Best Girl," "The
Percy Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gray Perfect Lady," Etc. Music b> Charles (iebest.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dorn, and Mr. and
4JT e'aa y 4 a .. r'ti'' x +r.> 'i' Mrs. M. E. Read. A Splendid Company of 50

The fishing on Lake Butler is now INCLUDING
most excellent. The guests at Ross- !
" more Inn are daily bringing in large'I i LUDLOW

strings of black bass and pickerel. I America's Foremost Ball Room Dancers

"Walking' Woolfs" whose picture at home three weeks, the doctor again They are headed to Chicago and There was a large and successful THE CUTEST SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS IN ,
appears above in company with advised the walking and again the I thence on to Maine. meeting of the board of trade at the ALL CREATION
home of Miss Palmer last Monday
William Jennings Bryan, Secretary of couple resumed the jounrney, the dog I Entire Original Scenic and Electrical Production
night. plans are being perfected -
State, were in Orlando yesterday and and the horse going along. This time I
Items From and carried out for the beautifying PRICES: $L50, $1.00, 75c. and 30c.
which not
their outfit attracted a considerable on their return trip, was II I
Tex. f of Windermere. Seats on sale 9 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 6 at Estes: Drug Store
amount of attention. Mr. and Mrs. they went to San Antonia, and I
Woolf have been walking for the past'started until after a lapse of a number -/ WindermereWindermere
four years for the benefit of the healthof of months, they walked to Atlanta, An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
I Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf ------ ----- --
Mr. Woolf and from his appear- Ga, thence following the Atlantic at -

ance today the cure has been effective.In I coast they walked to Boston, and Fla., March 3.-Sirs CONTRACTOR
a conversation this morning he : then turned westward reaching their W. S. Brown spent Monday in Or-
home Thanksgiving day, 1911, R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
f stated that he had walked through on lando shopping.Mr. .
nearly every state of the Union I having walked 8,000 miles during II. C. Luff has returned froman before ing to letting build and contract want the you best are house go- We have received a carload of FEED which we will

During the five years of walkingthe their absence. extended trip to New York. possible for money invested.P. place on Sale tomorrow.
couple have covered 21,000 miles, The next trip was started May 1, Miss Eugenia Harrison left for her O. Box 195. LPhone 478. 4
and when he made that statement Mr. 1912, and this time they went west, home in Wauseon, Ohio, last Satur- 2-18-lmoc See Saturday's paper for prices and terms.
Woolf emphasized the fact that it going to Salt Lake City, and from day. She was accompanied to Orlando -
was not an exaggeration, but was the ,there to Colton, Cal. A small portion by Mrs. J. C. Palmer. The Co-Operative Produce Exchange.
:of this trip by raiL DavidsonGOLF
plain truth. was D. K.
Mrs. II. II.Villiams, Sr., enter-
Mr. Woolf was an orchestra leader, It was while on this trip that they
tained a party of guests at dinner at
a violinist of merit, when poor health :met W. J. Bryan whose photo appears Rossmore Inn last Sunday.Dr. INSTRUCTOR Jefferson Street and Railroad. Phone 447THERE'S
compelled him to seek the out of door ,with them in this paper. The picture I' .
and Mrs. O. C. Standish have Club
life, and acting on the advice of a :was taken at Provo, Utah. On their returned to their home Wauseon, Orlando Country I I
physician, the WoolFs started on a trip to New York they were enter- '! Ohio. Plans for their new home on Telephone No. 249.
walking trip from their homes in Kan- tained by Theordore Roosevelt at Sag-I .
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sas City, Kans. to the Ozark moun- amore Hill. They have met the fa- I ;
tains. On June 1, 1909, this trip to mous Weston several times, and have I
the mountains was started, and aftera stopped at different places with him. Montgomery Route ExpressFavorite I

walk of 300 miles they returned to On the present trip they started all-lhe-year train from Jacksonville to St. Louis. Through A REASON.
their home, the gentleman being con- from Kansas City, April 2, and they drawing-room sleepers;all meal in dining: car. Two nights and OB.day.
siderably improved in health by this are lecturing from place to place giving Dixie Limited and Flyer South Atlantic Limited
an explanation of a moving pic- Pixie Limited fast PI t and 6nr.t ( Sooth Atlantic Limited Ik. <].rk WHY
time.The train to the Northwest: Dixie Flrrrfimail Imml.1 and eonreoi.nt ..y t. Ci..ia..ti.
next trip was started May 2, I 're reel, and showing slides of their jnr-round: wrvire. to Chi- ClrTrUod. IndiaoipolU.lAM.ri1I, I
?910, and this time they walked from .different stops and points of interest. UI..St. Loan aDd other poiati. Detroit and Central W.*Ui*pl>U
Kansas City, Kans., to New York City, I They have written an interestingbook Why Travel by the L. and N.? YOU CAN SAVE .
taking the dog Don, and the horse, I entitled "Tramping and Camp- Because of fait time, rock ballasted track modern trains unexcelled
dining cars;service to every important terminal in the West and Northwest -
Dolly, who hauls a light cart, with ;ing." ;choice of routes accommodating agents, employees and ofI eiaht.
camp equipment. On this occasion Their outfit is covered with cards, For f all iaf.rBsti.B,r .rrT.ti.ni.icbedulr, .etc.ete. 'phone write or wire $10 to $20MMIIIIMMMMMMIICMMIMIIIMMintMl t
they made the trip 2,000 miles, and I pennants, and souvenirs from all over H.C. BRETNEY.FUnJ. P....A(....1M W.ai,::L lkl.,1ao.: ) .1ST), Jul.riDe,FIa.Dar..t .
sod dierr.etuuteatoth.CahforwaF.apuvti.a Write t.rdetula..
then came home by rail. After being I,the country that they have visited. ..

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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 State "

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

of brass bands auctioneers etc.Proposition \'
pense gifts, .

Proposition No. 2

No. I
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 Avenue Groves. Assets 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
out the for
on grove 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 GrapeFruit
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms year
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. Sewerage 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
connections made, and both streets are bricked paved. 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within .

SO days from purchase.


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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South Florida Sentinel l
(By W. S. Branch) I Michigan people are invited to I '
V MORNING AND WEEKLYW. We recently read of a town in Rus- meet at Tourist Headquarters Satur- Home Including a
M. GLENN .... .,............Editor I
March 6
at 2:30
W. C. ESSINGTON ,....BatinrM Manarrr sia by the name of Przasnysz. We day p. m., for the
-- - I also read of a new insecticide knownas purpose of forming an association. Fine PianoAT
Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Flor-
ida as Second a.... Mail Matter. paradichlorobenzine. We are now
wondering what we should do if we
Daily. I Year ........................ $5.00 lived in Russia and had occasion to Two Handsome
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 tell some one in a hurry to go at once .
Daily. Months ...................... 1.25 II Modern residence ol nine
Daily. I Month ....................... (0 to Przasnysz and get some paradi- I i!

weekly 1 Year ........_.............. tl.OO chlorobenzine. I Lake Front rooms and bath. Completely

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN S. Simmons-a OJ. -middle aged man Grove and Home I furnished: Fine locationfor '

ADVERTISERS: 1 of New York city, dropped dead of rooming house. Largelot :MEN !
I heart disease while trying to learn to 1
Opy f.r display and all other band.etadvertiainr I PropertiesOne
mart be h..d.. in at the kasinruoffice dance the tango and other late dances. 77x225. Garage and ser-
.f the Stntinrl not later than Z .
p. o ,
The moral have out
the day before publication. Thus rule applies only we thought vants Beautifuloak
to h....*. for contract advertising: it i. for this story is that every one should quarters. DO YOU CONSIDER '
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. shade trees and
learn to dance the tango when :young some
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued i
should notify the oiBce in writing on- or else try to exist through a long of them is the pret- fruit. Owner will sacrifice at APPEARANCES? :
the date of expiration otherwise it will be and useful life without tangoing.
continued at the regular suhaeriptton rates,. tiest lake front location in !
only 7000. Terms half cash Our Men's Furnishing Department is es-
until notice to atop is receivedTelephone .
I Numb r ....,................. Z4 NO LAW SAVES' the State of Florida with ;'and balance and tablished on high lines-lines that appeal
i, 2 3 years. .
THE BUZZARD- large acreage and a most I to the men of discriminating
FRIDAY, MARCH ;3, 1915. tastes-to.
I Some editors are still sticking to modern dwelling. !I Business \Ien-to Professional Men-to
the( old belief that there is a law in I Atha I
Are you wearing a :yellow Baron I Florid against shooting buzzards. The other has a fine Cooper men who take a pride in their personal 4

Baseball Badge? There is no such law.-St. Augustine grove with modern improvements appearance, and to men who know values ,
Record. 114 South Orange Are Ground Floor
pIt That's what we told 'em Brown. and worthy of and are judges, keen judges of the differf:
is better to have left something but some of the bovs acted as if they any further improvements Phone No. 311 ence between good and indifferent material -
unsaid than to have talked too much. didn't believe us.-Tampa Times.
And yet a city official said yester- desired. I and workmanship. r
Hard work is the only sure cure for day, "We're all going to kill buzzards, These are high priced I We Stock Only the Best =
get our 25 cents bounty and then quit a
an ingrowing grouch. properties but
work." they are
o o-: I both big bargains. VENEER CORES ,,
How would you like to be the Sul-
Jesse Armour Crandall, Brooklynite -
tan? No thanks we'd rather be the j $1.25 I IN CLOTHINGWe
vicepresident.The who has invented so many toys I

o that he has for years been known as I Per Strand Up believe we have the "Acme" of Tail ,
"the children's benfactpr" has turned : ored arts in the well known manufacturers ,
only time some fellows are S. G. Dolive ( Son -
never ehind time is,when it's time his inventive genius, at the age of 82, i FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND of
'quit. to the perfection of an artificial arm I
and hand that will respond almost as YardB. HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX
o REAL ESTATENo. Orlando Wood
Peace hath her victories but we readily to the performance of many Our Spring styles are now in. The '

generally have to fight pretty hard tasks as' will a flesh and blood mem- 3 WEST PINE STREET PINE. W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. R. pleasure is mutual when showing this famous ,
ber. .
for them. Second Floor Telephone 344 firm's productions.
o I 9-30 1Q
Queer things about the baker. No INITIAL GAME OF SEASON TO 1

matter how big his hands are, he always BARONS .
has lady fingers. (Continued from page 1) -

o I
The Ocala Star devotes a half' column -I bases Barze steadied and struck out i I 1Lf

editorial on The Blockade whichis McDuffey, much to the delight of the .

as meaningless as a Carranza de collegians. !
cree. In the first inning Rollins went out j I

o in one, two three order. l\Iussel-j

"Rockefeller may give relief to Col white was tossed out by IJ
orado" headlline in Tampa Tribune. erts drew a pass but was doubled on : j.

The old, old story that never grows i a lightning double play, Magee to i

old. Clarke to Carrol. This was just a Lake Eola and Eola Park
flash, showing the pretty speed of the

There are still many intelligent and Baronial outfit. i I

educated persons carrying a rabbit's Scottie Chestnutt arrived in time to ,

foot around in their pockets for good catch a speeding automobile to Win I
luck. ter Park and officiated. Scottie broke MENS' SHIRTSIn
a into the Southern League last year as

You can not borrow time. There is arbiter and has proved popular. His The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- stocking the "Manhattan" make we t

no interest accumulating on the daysas coming was a delight to the Barons, simply voice the exclusive haberdashers ,
we pass them by. Every night the who kidded him about his first glimpseof ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be of New York. We carry identically the '
account is closed. the beauties of Florida and Orlando. -
same designs and the newest effects that l
a "Gee," said Scottie "look at the certain of I have two
absolutely producing a profit. or are on exhibition there are with us here
The esteemed :Miami :Metropolis oranges, the grapefruit, and the tan- in silk, in Madras, in Percale-
wisely says: "This is the month gerines. I sure am going out and pull three
offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY-
when all who are fortunate enough tog some right off the trees before I

: manage it should be in South flor- leave. Scottie had never been far-
:MAKERS.Call .
ida." ther south than Pensacola and every-

0 thing was new and strange to him. I
and let me show them to you.S.Y.WAY.
The game yesterday was considereda
Tampa is soon to have a new 60-
000 moving picture house. Tampa ispetting good work out and some of the I
to be a "reel" city along with knotty kinks and stiff muscles were ,

the rest of us. unloosened. However Manager Moles-I !
u worth is going slow and taking no i
Every time a, submarine makes a chances. Under his generalship the ii I
dive to escape the shot and shell Barons will slowly be rounded into superb -, i TIP

aimed at it the enemy makes a holler form before the big battle with I %l

about another submarine they have the Phill.es (Philadelphia Nationals), II
sunk.It which will be played at the fair' I
o grounds Wednesday and 'Thursday, '

is said that the "twofer"aquarter March 10 and 11. i, Insurance and Real Estate Agent I
drinks such as cocktails, highballs -
etc., will hereafter cost thirty r I
cents on Broadway. But why should DoctorsBuekiiiaster |I I PHONE 172 just as important as your dress, frequently -

more so.
we worry
o & Brmulagc; Our New Spring Styles are all in. We

The drummers say that merchantsare j specialize in the new English lasts, theyare

buying more largely now than at OSTEOPATHS I interesting.

any time since the European war be- Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,, DRESS SHOES
gan. Business is going to be good the at Kirksville. Mo.
I Patent Plain Toe Button Cloth Top
coming spring and summer and still 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples ,
better in the fall.He National Bank. Phone 578. j Pumps
1I 1-
who makes two blades grow Patent Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords.
where one grew before, is not only a

benefactor to the human race but GOLF, TENNIS OR SPORT
stands a first-class chance to make I and II
$200 $ 225 $250
money in the transaction.In so on Tan, Black, with Rubber Soles.

o The new White Oxfords for Palm Beach
order to meet the high cost of Suits are going to be extremely popular. i'"

flour it is said that the Chicago bak- \: up to $500 o'r $550 We can fit you *
ers hjfrve not only increased the price :

of doughnuts, but are making the : e

holes larger. 0 1'.. : Any price you want to pay for one of the choice .

f A recent issue of Bro. Straub's St. I

t Pete Times is woefully deficient-it

r brought tears instead of sunshine. No THORNTON PARKLots.
mention of Br'er Powell. Can it be t
i that the hatchet has been interred?

t f "Boost the Barons"0f is on a ribbon Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- i DICKSONIYES co.

that all Orlando Boosters should wear.
E strictions. Call Avenue ask
:- How many Orlandoites are able to at 905 E. Central or

: jaunt to New York Philadelphia, Chi-
cago, Boston or other northern cities your dealer if you care to see these lots.
, during the summer to witness base-

ball Buy a games season between ticket big and leaguers see thegames. .. .


I press"Judging it would from "the appear o talk that of the the state next TAYLOR & THORNTON J The Store, of fair of true dealing service, of, of trust-worthy never-failing mer-courtesy

chandise, at right prices
session of the legislature will be
known as the "Buzzard Legislature.
Political buzzards are common at ev-

ery state capitoL :Maybe all Florida '

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Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 m. 11
Edited Miss Eliza -
By Wright

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 I GRANDI I Admission 5 Cents I !

March 5th-6th.
After a lingering illness of some 3Reels3Gold
Friday two months Mrs. Maggie. Mildred SeaL "Lucille Love the Girl -
Afternoon reception evening dance, Martin beloved wife of Montgomery of Mystery" in two parts fourteenth
Rosalind Club; Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Martin departed this life at 2 o'clockon episode. And-
Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton Sunday morning, February 28. A Good Comedy.As .
in compliment to Mr. and :Mrs. :Mather Mrs. Martin had been in failing health this is the fourteenth episodeand
Smith and puests. for several months and for some next to the last one, don't miss it. 4
"At home;" Mrs. W. M. Lege. I weeks before death came her conditionhad DANIEL FROHMAN Five cents to alL !
Card party; Mrs. Warren honoree; I been critical.
Mrs. Kollack hostess. She was born in Orange county on Presents/' THE PARTY WHO TOOK the handbag <1 ALWAYS APPROPRIATE-ALWAYS WELCOME 0
Informal dance by the younger January 15, 1886 and moved with her out of the auto driven by Mr. I
is of Cut Glass. In
set\\ a our present showing we have
Armory. parents to Orlando some eleven years Norris on the day of the New York many
Rossmore Inn dance. ago where she had since made her and New Jersey picnic will kindly( beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs such as water sets,
Saturday I home. mail the same to Fannie Finch 403 fruit dishes celery trays, water bottles, vases salad bowls fern
Entre Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers, hostess. On March 25, 1906, she was unitedin I Boone street, and avoid further trou fl dishes cologne bottles powder and puff jars, etc., all specially
marriage to Montgomery Martin "MISTRESS NELL ble. 3-5-lt I Il
3 p. tn.-Monthly D. A. R. meeting; and to this union three children were priced.
' Mrs. Annie L. Mallory hostess. born: Clarence Elma and Louise, alldf NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I
--0- whom survive. She also leaves be- l This is to notify our past customers I II ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
MRS. BOARDMAN sides her devoted husband and chil- and business associates that we, n ,
v ENTERTANS "K. K. K." dren, a heart-broken mother and one Y lie George and Julia Toney, Char-I' .d)
their loss. I !::: .. .
The Kil Kare Klub enjoyed a most sister to mourn solved our partnership as per contractof Aim .O
pleasant afternoon yesterday with Mrs. Martin has left to her family February 23, 1915.
Mrs. Boardman on Summerlin place. I and friends a memory fragrant with q JULIA TONEY.CHARLIE .
Each brought some fancy work, and her simple, child-like trust in the I GEORGE.
worked while they chatted. Those Saviour and an unselfish devotion to I I FOR FINISHING DOORS
her loved ones. Her life was ever an -
present were Mrs. Bence Mrs. Wood, n-, AND WAINSCOTING
Snead Mrs. example to her friends and acquaintances a
Mrs. Hook Mrs. Phillips i
Mrs. Feinberg, Mrs. Reybolt and Miss and her influence was always a LucerneTODAY s I I 1 We have the best stains and varnishes
Hall. Delicious cake and punch were blessing to the community in which I manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
will entertainthe she lived. She was a devoted mem- =I
served. Mrs. Feinberg
Well seeing is believing. And the
week. ber of the Baptist church and the
klub next
Recitations were given by Mrs. Rebecca lodge of this city. We had way to see it is to put it on your
Chas. Phillips and Mrs. J. N. Snead. hoped and prayed that she might be. doors. If you don't say it's the best
Mrs. Boardman and spared to us, but God who can make no i 'l; 1 I material
Mrs. Reybolt, The famous romance of the gal- -- you ever used for the money,
mistake has called her unto Himself
Mrs. Wood at the piano and the Vic- lant of knightwood A we'll stand the expense. That's fair,
trola numbers furnished the musical and we know that our loss is her eter- days "THE CRAVEN"A
f part of the afternoon. nal gain.Iay the memory of her drama of hearts and swords.A I I',1 isn't itrOrlando
Those who answered the roll call pure life and unselfish devotion be an Reliance Special Feature,
were required to contribute their talents inspiration to her dear ones, causing PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN complete in two parts. Paint & Wall Paper Co
for the amusement of the club them more and more to fix their affec- -
and varied from the usual.run of the tions on the eternal things above!" I FIVE PARTS .4i ,1 I' ,t 205 S. Orange Avenue
expected.It By her DEVOTED LOVED ONES.A .
is fortunate the club meets "FATTY AND MABEL AT COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
weekly as its members every MUSICAL TREAT
moment to the extent of fi./g diffi- Next Sunday at First Methodist HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" -

culty in sounding the retreat.0 church the music lovers of Orlando ,
-- will have the privilege of hearing for '
HERE AND THERE the first time Prof. Jas. C. McLean A Keystone Komedy. "Nuff
CLUB. the Scottish basso soloist. In additionto 10 cents 20 cents Sed." WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Mrs. Irving entertained the "Here his music work in Tampa as leaderof
and There" Club yesterday afternoonat the choir in First Methodist church hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
her home on Orange avenue. A a iid director of a popular music club "FIXING THEIR DADS"A Something new Something New !
social good time was enjoyed. Tea Ptof. McLean is at the head of the I Try it. Ask About it.
and cake were served late in the af vocal music department of Southern TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY vitagraph Comedy. I Complete Lunch put up ready fo:,the table. For one, for two for
ternoon. Miss McMullen will be hos- College. The Tampa Tribune says I three or more
tess for the club next Thursday.TO speaking of his appointment to col- Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
--0- legt work: "Prof. McLean is a gold FOR SALE-Income producing strawberry COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
SEE FAMOUS medalist, having won five medals for I farm; crop goes with place; FOUR BIG REELS FOR THE POTATO SALAD
excellence in solo work. He has a bring returns on your investment at
ANNA PAVLOWA. voice of rare beauty his voice lending I once and will continue for four J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
from Orlando will
Quite a party go itself shade of emotion from for PRICES"
to every : months. Will sell or exchange "SAME LITTLE
to Tampa next Wednesday to witnessthe lyric tenderness to tragic despair." I city property. G. F. Foster Star I Phone 26 Bakery
of the celebrated Anna
dancing At 11 o'clock Sunday Mr. McLean I I Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-5-Gt* I
Pavlowa, is now closing her sea- will sing as an offertory "My Ain -

son IB New York and Boston for and will Countree." At night, in connection ;I WANTED-Paper hanging to do. $2 First Floor ________5c. and lOc.
go direct to Havana, Cuba an en-
with the music recital for the
gagement, returning on Tuesday to I a room and up. Work guaranteed. White Balcony ____5c. and lOc.
he will sing three selections II
appear in Jacksonville, and Wednes- closing i Phone 627. L. H. 3-5-lt Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
has with "The Last Milestone. Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc
day in Tampa. She a brilliant I
ballet: of one hundred with h.er. also_ a FOR SALE-Small, established cash
large orchestra. Among those who MORAL COURAGE TilE NEED OFI I grain and seed business; must sell
will attend from here are Mrs. LeRoy I THE DAY immediately to close estate. For
B. Giles. Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs. W. M. ,II I terms, address Box 567 Orlando Fla.;;
Glenn, and Miss Marguerite Drennen. Dr. E. T. Poulson pastor of the or call 206 South Orange avenue.
-0- I I Baptist church, announces that he will 3-5-3t&wk FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R.: O'NEAL

OTHER NOTES OF ,deliver a sermon on "Moral Courage
SOCIETY.Mrs. the Need of the MASTER'S SALE
Day" next Sunday I .
Musa Woodward who has I evening. Under and by virtue of a final decree rendered Established 1886
been visiting her cousin Mrs. Wright, by the Hon. James W. Perkins judfi
Poulson is
Dr. and
a deep circuit and foi
of the seventh judicial in r
leaves today for Southern Pines N.C., I
Florida, in certain caWMpending
where she will visit before returning I I an eloquent speaker, and this discourse -I Orange in county the circuit court of a Orange countyFloVida. ,
to her home in Chicago. I I is considered one of his mas- wherein H. L. Beeman is complainant .
: and W. M. Brittain and Agnes R. Spell CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
--0- 1 terpieces. A cordial invitation to the .
defendants, the undersigned a master
man are
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Murphy, of I in chancery of the said court, to when
public is extended by the members of I
Jacksonville, Mrs. Murphy being for- I I' said matter has been referred by said court
merly Miss Nell Scroble, of Leesburg, I the Baptist congregation to hear this !I will sell to the highest and best bidder fo r
cash at public outCry. in front of the coup
arrived in the city and are stopping I message.At '.. house door in Orlando Orange county, Florida LOANS
at the home of Dr. Kilmer on Washington the Grand Sunday evening, at during the legal hours of sale, on Monda',
street. :Mrs. Murphy is a cousin April 5. A. D. 1915. the same being the firs te
of Mrs. J. P. Holbrook and Misses, 7:30. Monday in April and a legal sale day, th
Marian and Helen Smith. following Cadillac described Touring personal Car.property 1912 model, towitOne ca RE AL ESTATE RENTALS
--oDirs. WILL RETURN NEXT YEAR No. 41.452, motor No. 66911.
Maude Boone Rogers, of Orlando WM. MARTIN
will visit relatives in Tampa Master in Chancery.
next week. While there she will wit- I Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Craddock, of Davis &: Giles, Solicitors for Complainant.3-5-Ui et

ness the performance of Anna Pav I Cyclough Ala., who have been locatedon

Iowa at the Tampa Bay Casino, I North Main street for several''' The W. C. T. U. will meet in th

Wednesday. weeks, left Orlando after-
- yesterday Presbyterian lecture room Friday afternoon .
W. R. C. MEETING. noon for a tour of the West Coast, 3 o'clock. During the nex

The Woman's Relief Corps held an which includes St. Petersburg, Tampaand four months all meetings will be helc For Sale

interesting meeting yesterday after- Fort Myers. This was their ini- in this church.OSTEOPATHS. -
Chapel, which
noon at Unity was
tial visit, but will .
they return again
largely attended. Mrs. L. F. Brighamis

and president.Mrs. Cohoon Mrs.treasurer Allen secretary of this next season for a longer visit. Houseeight rooms. Lot 65} xl67. Price

worthy organization. The feature of NOTICEAn
the meeting was a lengthy address delivered -I A
by Mrs. II. M. Pratt, of Glov- invitation is extended to the DR. J. C HOWELL $4500.00. bargain. "
erviMe, N. Y. people of Michigan now in Orlando or Osteopathic Physician and SurgeoiKirksTille n
The subject of the paper was "Wo- I vicinity to meet at Tourist Headquar- Graduate
man's Work in the Civil War." The t ters on Saturday, March 6, at 2:30 Consultation Free
paper was quite lengthy. The W. R. I p. m. for the purpose of forming an Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juai
C. desires to express thanks to the association. HoteL
Rev. Miss Gordon for the use of Unity ; CHAS. W. WILDE. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 MilMMIMMIIMIIMIIIIiiilliiMtilMIIMMIIMIiliiK..
Chapel. F. E. BROWN. Orlando, Fla.

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KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES j Establishing= a New Standard of Tire Values

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J 6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2! INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes .

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
7,500. !/
30 x 3V ______$11.60 12.20 2.70 .

5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER,SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

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

36 x 4Y ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

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

We Have a Service Station. All

Made Here.

: I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.
I I San Juan Garage Company | |

: 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave

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CUT PRICESTO FOR per SALE-Best Colony for sale truck at farm a bargain in Pros-if J uiil bei', T.. itb& Zlid Shirigies
SENTINEL sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 ,
acres of as good land as there is in
GETREADY Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation;
all under fence; 6 room house, auto
WANTSThe and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables.
CASH corn crib and poultry house; crop and
some farming tools jro with place.S. .
S. Bowman, Taft, Fla.

Morning Sentinel Want 2-19-d&wk-lmo ORLANDO

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want SELECTED :MANATEE COUNTY
Ad Medium in Orlando. LANDSOn
Brick Road.
the Gulf highlands of the fam-
Terms Cash in Advance. ous Sarasota Bay district. South Flor-
5 Room House, close in. Easy dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
RATES pers of grapefruit and heavy
Terms. For One Day ______________25t; and early shippers of oranges winter vegeta-; Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days __________--50c bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli- Royal Agatite
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Six Days _______________75c mate; invigorating salt air from the
For One Month ____________$ .50 gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of sian wells; this proved and tested
Lots- 25 words or less. If the ad con- land, close to transportation, sur- -
Seminole Park tains more than 25 words the rate rounded by prosperous groves and
will be one cent per word for farms, we offer at a low price on
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- small payment down, balance ten
terms. sertion.If yeans at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow "
you can't bring your ad to to pick from. Immense leap in 3 $miet
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- values will fellow. This special offeris 5u/i 7n
the above. counts opened by telephone will be not to speculators, but ot those
payable the following day. who will actually develop the land.
Exceptionally fine class of residents
Every Home--Every Business- coming in.
Every Man has use for a Write today for full information.
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.

Watkins Block PHONE 504 FOR SALE 2-21-lrroc FOR SALE KIN Aln Rift SNUVBENOrlando's \

Terms to Suit I'urchaser
-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-1914 Ford touring car; Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
first class condition
; equipment in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
CLOCK and ; a bargain. Will demonstratein brick road to be built this year, two Largest and Cheapest
Orlando if desired. Be quick. F. P.
miles from Orlando. Phone 1021I
Knowles, Maitland Fla. 3-4-Ct
JEWELRY rings, or white II. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
C. VATER FOR SALE-Horse, harness
call on whois wagon 2-14-lmo HOUSECor.
and buggy, at a bargain; good all
an expert at this trade around horse and trusty. Also some
household goods. R. E. Gray, R. F. D. FOR RENT
with many years experience No. 2, Highland Grove. 3-4-6t
FURNISHED HOUSE-Seven rooms. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
aj Youngs Repair ShopOpp. FOR, SALE-41 acres land, 11-2 One month or longer, $40 a month.
miles east of Altamonte Station; Teephone 673, or call Room No. 47,
Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH about 15 acres cleared, and enough Watkins Bldg. 3-2-
wire on the place to fence this; some -
fine vegetable land; a number of nice FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con-
lakes around it. Price $650 cash. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
W. A. Branner. Maitland, Fla. Knox. 11-3-tf r

FOR SALE-A good work horse
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER ; to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
Office corner Orange Avenue and quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.Ianson's 10-25-tf Sale
: Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo Clearance
Church St., Davis & McNeil: Bldg., ROOMS $3.50 PER WEEKLargeveranda

Phone 419.BAKING. FOR SALE-Nice homes and orange electric lights, hot and cold
groves for sale. Worth the money. water bath; in best part of Orlando.St. .
Maitland, Fla. W. B. Tucker, Box 73. James, corner of West and South
2-28-61 streets. 2-27-61 OF

If you decide to locate here, I have

a beautiful home site overlooking WANTED- Young man to share good j
DEMONSTRATION{ Colonial Park, near Amelia avenue; room with another and board in
3 lots cash takes
large ; $650 the -GasHeaters
private family; close in; home com-
bunch. Address
Owner Box
forts and conveniences, and reasona- .
. The Calumet Com- 2-28-6t Sentinel.ble price. Address F. E. II.3-3-3t, care

pany will have a lady cottage, seven rooms and bath, WANTED-Good boy, about 14

demonstrator at our I excellent modern conveniences condition. ,W.roomy L. Tilden.porches, old this to office.carry paper route. Applyat 3-2-tf years Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-

2-23-tf ") through the coming summer we are going to close them
store all day Saturdayto FOR SALE-Buick WANTED couple to take part ofa ry
car, fully
prove the purity of etc.equipped A bargain.; speedcmeter Act quick., Presto Call tank at, temporary house furnished or permanent for housekeeping; very rea-; out during the month of March at the following prices:
sonable. Box 21, city. 3-2-6t
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf

their product. :I I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc- A.T'fED-For M. E. S. S. orchestra; Heaters for $6.80
players-violin, clarinet, viola,bass. $8.50
Be sure to attend this tion, nor any city lots outside of
Call on or address A. A. Patch, at
the corporation, though I have some
public demonstration. splendid building lots near Lake Eola, Peoples Nat. Bank. 2276tIF 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
and they will be priced on their mer-
its. See the owner and save commis- THE PARTY WIIO FOUND the
sions. II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. three set diamond ring, which was 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
2261mo'FOR'SALEA lost in the Arcade hotel, will returnit
to the manager, a liberal reward
CARUTHERS & GORE good city residence, will be paid and no questions asked.J. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
with all modern conveniences; part Newton Jeffers. 3-4-4t I
cash balance on time. Address
"Owner," care Sentinel office. TAKE THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER

New Modern Grocery y 2-7-lmoc 3-2-6t trip on .your way home. Ask Estes. BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

FOR SALE:-Story & Clark upright -- ,
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Who has some Florida real estate to
Phone 200 Weeks in the recent contest will be trade for equity in a wheat ranchin
sold for benefit of Baptist church Southern Alberta, located one mile
building fund. Piano may be seen from town on main line R. R. This is
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
all steam plow land. Address A. E.
6 and 8 East Pine St. Weeks, 10 Washington street. Sebring, Orlando, R. No. 1. 3-3-3t

FOR SALE-Five] passenger touringcar MONEY loan on TO high-class LOAN-Have real estate money to in ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

in A-l condition; chefor sums of $1000 and up. Cooper &
5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, Atha. 3-3-3t.

905 1-4-tf East Central avenue. Phone 696. PALMS GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Now is.i the time to plant palms.We .
and tools best farm in county; va- have the best assortment of palmsto
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- be had. Also Griffing's Roses give
North and West"DIXIE to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock results. W. H. Brokaw, salesman, I
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
er. 1-16-tfc 2-27-12tc

"DIXIE LIMITED" the moss important items in successful buy, sell rent, and exchange real Fine's Pioneer Paint & Wall Paper Store
growing of fruits and vegetables.Talk estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., 132 Park Place, New York
"SEMINOLE LIMITED" with H. C. McDaniel. He has over 30 years. Have handled over Wholesale Dealers and Commission
made a success of growing both. He 20000000. Call and see me.
"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"" 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Merchants: in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected
brand. His experience is worth something of Wall Grade Varnishes Paints
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"Pulman to Phone 708. Grapefruit stock Papers High ,
2-26-lm*you. FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and Brushes Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Represented by ,
strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel
cars to Chicago, St. Louis, 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden vegetables will be given low CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Louisville and intermediate points. seed, see J. L. Dean, Prop. City prices. 2-20-lmo Liberal advances made on con-
Drug Store. 3-4-2wks t signments.R. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S

Dining Cars via Umbrellas recovered and repaired E. Cocnran, President.T. .
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
75 acres suitable for citrus culture L. Turney, Treasurer. PIONEERHONE
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
and truck farming, bordering on a l-22-2m
Atlantic Coast Line pretty lake and has one-half mile u ___ 67 Corner Pine and Court
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. brick road, this frontage being adapted It Is Time
for nice home sites; could be sub-
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 :
W. Fritot, D. P. A, feet each, leaving, about 60 acres for To Plant Vines AUTO FOR HIRE
Jacksonville, Fla.J. citrus fruits and truck farming; five FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
minutes walk to railroad station,

G. Kirkland, D. P. A., stores, hotel, school and churches. Bignonia BARNARD & SON The 14ai'JtOF :
When you consider location and good
Tampa, facilities Jrlando, Fla.
transportation with other 17 Hughey Street
"" advantages the property's real valueis Vinesta 12-10-im CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
dent who needs money. He author- BougainvilleaPalms OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever FRESH AND SALT MEATS

buys this property gets a 'bar- and Ferns S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
gain. For further particulars, call on Dr. S.
., E. C. Young, room.10, McNeill & Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freehand
Davis building, corner Church street CHIROPRACTOR
and Orange avenue. Orlando. pure.
1-31-tfc VIOLET DELL graduate Davenport College, 17 and We Incite insfeetipq.and guarantee u.tI fadiOL We have

18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone everything in the Meat Line.EC. .
LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. 209Intelligent people everywhere
OPTOMETRIST Also furnished or unfurnished GARDENJ. are being restored to health by chiro-
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE houses for summer rental. Price and practic adjustments, the new scienceof : 1 I. Self & Co.
terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, removing the cause of disease. Ex
er, 215 South Main street opposite amination 12-24-lmo PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
AND DO ALL KINDS OF Methodist I church.: Phone 99. 509. 408 South Lake St.
OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-27-lmo Don't overlook the want.ads. I


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BR"H OFFICERS RUN GAM- I Popers derives its name from the I Chuluota Items .
LING CLUB IX FRANCE initials of the five officers in the .
Guards who formed it. All officers
London.-A lot of comment has who pay $50 are admitted. It was Chuluota Fla, March 2..-We are
been stirred up by "Popers," as the thought absurd to make it possiblefor having plenty of rain. The spring
club attached to British army Head a man to be blackballed one hour season is holding off yet. Beautiful Rugsat
quarters in France is called. and shot in defense of his country the N. C. Jacobs and family, who have
Gambling for high stakes takes next. .been wintering on the East Coast,
place there. French officers who have have returned home.
visited Popers as guests of Englishmen I Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -' W. T. Graves and family and E. J.
I Bridges and wife have moved into the
have often come away poorer. I 3-3-tf
Barber place for this season. Small Cost at
Mrs. M. E. Jacobs who has been
-.-. spending several weeks at Fort Tay-
lor with her mother, returned home

i Saturday.D. E. Hart has moved from Genevato -
Hammond &Gore I his place south of Chuluota. THE.FloorCoverings BIG STORE '

: :Mr. and Mrs. Harper and Mrs. Pe- .
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. terson, of Philadelphia, who have .
been spending the winter with Mrs.
Lizzie Jacobs, left last week for their

I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peade, who
j COMPARE spend their winters here, on their or-
ange grove, left Saturday for their
' OUR FURNITUREWe I northern home in Lowell, Mass.
Miss Pearl Kilbee and Miss :Mabel .
provide the quality i of furniture that has long Dover, of Geneva, spent several days
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the here last week visiting the former's
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G.1.. that you will like!
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make Jacobs.
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof I I :Mr. :Moore and family, of Warrior,
this business, and that means much to any buyer. I Ala., are stopping at G. G. Jacobs' fora
few days. Mighty hard work to select the right kind of a rug
| :Mrs. C. R. Happersett, who has
McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, r been spending some time in Jacksonville - isn't it? Poor ones spoil the looks of any room.
and Church St., Orlando Fla. returned home last week bring-
I Cor. Orange Ave. J ing with her Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Then they last a long time too, and if you buy something I
I Bruff, who are putting in a line of
f I millinery goods in connection with that is displeasing, you regret it for many
I Mr. Happersett's store.
Mrs. Dolly Self has returned home years to come.

JONES GOES JUST THE SAME after in Tampa.G. spending. a month with friends ..

I M. Jacobs and daughter, :Miss Why not let us help you in selecting your rug?
: in Orlando.
Bertha Billie spent Jacobs Monday, Tilden Jacobs, James We have hundreds of artistic designs and color com-
Osteen and Robert Parker spent last
My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen I Wednesday in Orlando. binations, in many worthy weaves. We can assist

months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the." Rev. E. A. Milton, of Kissimmee, in floor the kind that
filled his regular appointment for you selecting your coverings,
same time it always afternoon last, but owing to
has.TIME will exactly suit tastes and requirements. We
TABLE the rain no service was held- Sunday your
morning. :Mrs. E. J. Bridges was bap-
feel sure we can please We know our pricesare
tized Sunday afternoon.Mr. you.
Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
and Mrs. W. Q. Gresham, of lower than anywhere else in town.
BOUND EAST BOUD Geneva, attended church services here you can get
Read Down Read UpTHERE'S Sunday afternoon.Mrs. You where it will to make visit.
F. M. Story and Mrs. J. :M. can see pay you us a
I A.M.A.M.! P. l\1.IA.l\l. P. 1\1. P. 1\1.. Osteen, who have been visiting their
daughter and sister, :Mrs. W. S. Bor-
Orlando 6:30110.15' 3:00: I 9.30 1.30 6.oc garde, at Winter Garden,_ the past Low Prices all
Ocoee 7301.15\ 4:00 8.3c 12.30 5.00 week, returned home Wednesday af- Special on
Winter Garden '7:45 I :30 4'30 8.15 12.L5 4.4 5: ternoon.
:Mrs.U. H. Pattishall and Mrs. Doo-
Oakland 8:00: -- 4:30 8.oo-- 4.3c
; ley, of Geneva, and several lady
-- - friends from' Illinois, were the pleasant in stock for week
I Wednesday guests of afternoon:Mrs. J., having Tilden Jacobs visited Rugs !

Mrs.: C. D. Brumley Wednesday fore-

noon.Mrs.: J. T. Jacobs and brother, Ed- ?
WHY win, attended a party at G. H. Par- SALE COMMENCES MONDAY
tin's Friday night,at Lockwood. They
report a very pleasant time. ,
Kodak finishing left at Robinson's Below is a few of the many low prices we are offerin -
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
$10 to $20 next day. 3-3-tf this great Rug Sale:

classified Again we ads.call your attention to the 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, $36.50 value, . $29.50

9x12 Axminister Rugs, $28.00 value, . . $23.98 i

eI : a i 9x12 Good Quality Velvet, $22.50 value, . $18.98 I 1

9x12 Royal Kirmann Rugs, $38.00 value, $29.98 .: 1

.I I j j I 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $24.50 value, for . $17.98 ,I 1 1I

ss S !! 9x12 Royal Treman Rugs, $55.00 value, . $42.50 ;
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0 1 ::: 9x12 Velvet Extra Special, $22.00 value, . $16.98 i

9x12 Royal KaShan, cheap at $100, special, $73.50 1

NIGHT 9x12 Savalan Royal: Wilton, $75.00 value, $48.50
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Old fashioned dance, Friday, March
5th, 8 p. m. Russell's Point. Gen-
tlemen 25 cents. Ladies free. 2t* /
: Ca

Miss J. M. Frost, of Miami, has ar-
rived for a visit with her sister, Mrs u .
L. F. Brigham.Mr. .

and Mrs. M. P. Davis left yes-
terday for Jacksonville where they
will spend several days.J. s

E. Empie arrived in Orlando yes-

Don't hide away your savings about the terday to be guest of his brother and fJl
father. He lives at Santiago, Cuba.
house waiting until you have a large amount

Think of SAFETY FIRST. Old fashioned dance, Friday, March

5th, 8 p. m. Russell's Point. Gen-
Whenever you have a dollar or more, bringit *
tlemen 25 cents. Ladies free. 2t
in and deposit it here in The State Bank.It .

will be secure and begins to earn 4 per Mr. C. P. Dow, the popular cashierof
cent. the Peoples National Bank is
spending today in Jacksonville on I
Savings Acounts may be opened any busi- business.Mrs. .

ness day with $1 or more.
: H. W. Greetham left yester-
day for Miami to visit her daughter,
Mrs. F. B. Stoneman, and son, Mr. MEMBER FEDERALRESERVE

The State I Bankof 1 Alex. Shine. -/L SYSTEM OF BANKS

Mr. Paul Rollingwho has been visiting -
his mother, Mrs. O. M. Cross,
OrlandoUliilMIMMIMIIItitlllllllllMIIIIIIMIIinilllM at 307 Broadway, left yesterday for THE FEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM, OF
New York.

Mr. H. E. Swabey, of Kissimmee is ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
spending today in Orlando greeting THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 1ST MILLIONS OF
friends and enjoying the delights of

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lake and WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAK-
Mrs. W. R. Anno motored to Orlando
yesterday from Sanford and spent ING OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT FEDERAL RE-
several hours with friends.Mr. SERVE BANK.
and Mrs. Geo. F. Woodley, of
Boston Mass., are recent arrivals at WHEN YOU ARE A DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
the San Juan hotel. They are well
known in the financial and social circles BANK WITH US.
of Boston.

J Mr. and Mrs._J. N. Carey, of In- The Peoples National Bank"IT'S

dianapolis, Ind., are among the guests
--- - - who the
registered yesterday at San
Juan hotel. They are here for a stayof A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
some length.Transients .
% -- I

registering- at the San ,
Juan yesterday included F. C. Hum-
phries Philadelphia; H. A. Bachman, ,
Rugs Rllgs W. Higgins, New York; E. B. Rich- I
ards and wife Atlanta.Mr. .

: and :Mrs. Geo. F. Landow are
among the prominent Indiana peoplenow I
visiting Orlando. They arrived -Films Developed
yesterday from Kokomo, and are
: AT COST AND guests of the San Juan hotel. H

Prominent arrivals at the San Juan acC ,
yesterday include Mrs. J. T. Bradfordand pI.< 10 Cents Roll
LESS Miss M. C. Bradford of Broadalbin -
N. Y., who are making a trip O
through Florida. They are here for POP3 ,
indefinite visit.
-Efl Take your films to]
Mr. and Mrs. Gep. I. Davis, of Lees-
I ALL SIZES AND PATTERNS burg, are expected Saturday as week- C/3
end visitors to the pretty little capitalof A
Orange county. During their stay
they parsonage.will be guests at the Methodist rtO- > A9r PliarMacTzx

Included in this sale.Don't 1 1N
Among the New Yorkers arriving -Efl --<
in Orlando yesterday afternoon on the _
Atlantic Coast Line from Jackson- U'J tJ'W
purchase your ville were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Morris, tr1
of Cortland, N. Y. They will be here o >- J
for three or four weeks. I
Floor Coverings until C Their Kodak

Mrs.' R. B. Glenn, wife of former CO Department
Governor Glenn of North Carolina,
you have seen our line has returned to Orlando, and will z i unexcelled. A
spend the next month at the New Lucerne complete
while her husband is lecturing z

W %Vi11Ocr S V Y n M n y to terday in Mr.various spend and afternoon several Mrs.parts M.from of weeks H.the Lee Hastings state.in arrived Orlando.Neb.yes-, I stock of Kodaks and films,,

They think there is no place in the
state like this city, but will visit some !
of the neighboring country while vis- c::::

iting Mr.here.and Mrs. J. T. Wise, who have '-

H llan nd i San been spending several weeks in Or- ,
lando, at 210 Palmetto street, left ,
yesterday for their home in Muncie,
Indiana. They will stop at several
places en route. They were delightedwith a
this city and expect to return
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Niles of .
Anamosa, Iowa who are visiting their
parents in this city, left yesterday
-- -- One lesson em- .. .
afternoon for a trip to points of interest f
mminililMIIMIIMIIIIIMItMMMIMIIItlllllMIIArtistic in the southern part of the the
taught by ;
state. They will be absent from Or- phatically ,
lando for about two weeks. r

SouvenirsSterling "Month of Storms" -
Mr. E. C. Correll a retired banker
from New York left yesterday for
his home in the Empire State after a is the necessity ,for prepara; -
pleasant visit to Orlando. He made :
many friends while here and was very tion. A
popular with hte many guests now sojourning -
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand at the Summerlin House,
where he made his headquarters.Mr. Savings Account -

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many
and Mrs. R.1.. Burke and 1
other useful and beautiful articles daughter Hazel, of Brooklyn. N. Y., often stands between the possessor r R
were included in yesterday's arrivals and the storms of life. '
having reached here on the Tampa
cal of Florida and Orlando that will prove Special to spend the remainder of the Surplus dollars placed in a
season. They think Orlando is a very
y of friends beautiful place and would like to locate -
a source great delight to your here permanently.Mr. Savings Accountin

"back North." We also carry a completeline and Mrs. Henry Hilderbrand,
who have been coming to Orlando fora this institution accumulate #
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair number of years from Wilmington, and dividends at
Ohio left yesterday for their home in rapidly earn
the North. Business matters called the of 4 cent. =
Department is in chargelof most compe- ; Mr. Hilderbrand back to the Buckeye rate per {
State earlier than he had contem-
tent workmen. plated, but they expect to return ear-
t ly in the falL

Miss Hallie Ley-, who is in chargeof . ;
the kindergarten department of the Orlaildo n Bank & Trust t C CoMpany
English Classical School, Tampa, accompanied -
T. H. EVANS by her sister, Miss Esther,
who having graduated last June ffom 0
the Woman's College in Tallahassee .. ,
and is now doing state primary workat .
JEWELER. Mulberry, will arrive in,*Orlando j
this afternoon to spend the week-end jt
with their parents, Rev. and Mrs. J..
,1..1<">" " MmHiMMiMMMtiMlllillM"+. B. Ley.



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