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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 6, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00501
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I fit. THE 'MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1915. NUMBER 20. .
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TURKEY ABANDONS EGYPT CAMPAIGN ;






FRENCH SINK GERMAN SUBMARINE U-2



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BULLETIN GIVE CAMPAIGN UP SAYS-EGYPTIAN TURKS TO u. S. MAY ORDER WAR( DOGS TO GAME THIS BETWEEN AFTERNOON PLAYERS DIPLOMATIC NEGOTIATION





, GERMAN SUBMARINE DESTROYED MEXICO AGAIN FOR MORAL i -

YANNIGANS AND REGU- BETWEEN U. S. AND ENGLAND

' LARS OF BIRMINGHAMTEAM
In the English ChannelNewsFrom
EFFECT IN PROMOTING PEACEBrief P WILL PLAY
the DardanellesIs

Meager and r I r Manager Molesworth Is Satis- "HAS COME TO A STANDSTill .

ConfusingLondon Bulletins REPORT TO SPANISH EM- fied to With Date-Real Showing-Form Men


March 5.-(Bulletin. Ticked Off Wire BASSY SAYS MEXICO CITYIS Next Week! -

Turkey is reported to have abandonedher BEING LOOTED ALL OFFICIALS SAY NOTH-

Egyptian campaign in view of At Late Hour M Under the eagle eye of crafty Orlando Life In ING IN WAY OF EXCHANGE -

the acute situation in the Dardanelles. STARVATION NOW FACES CITIZENS Molesworth, manager of the Barons, Paragraph

STEAMSHIP GEORGIANA SAILS the Birmingham baseball tossers are

Paris, March 5__(Bulletin.)-The WITH AMERICAN FLAG having two stiff daily work-outs
Report Says and Car- DEATH OF NEEDHAM ROWLANDMr. APPRECIATE GERMAN ATTITUDE
ministry of marine makes the follow- PAINTED ON SIDE Obregon morning and afternoon. They are Neadham Rowland died in this

ing announcement: Charleston, S. C. March 5.With ranza Seeking to Promote showing advanced season form, but it city Thursday evening at one of the

"One flotilla attached to the second the American flag painted on each Starvation to Drive Out is still early to get a satisfactory lineon local hospitals, aged 45. The deceasedwas U. S. Officials Are Pleased With
side and her name and nationality individual merits.

light French squadron yesterday painted in large letters astern, the Foreigners The team as a whole looks to be born and raised in Orange county! the Kaiser's Reply-Other
friends who will
and has
regret
shelled a German submarine of the American steamer Georgiana sailed many 1
fast, capable of maintaining the speed to learn of his death. The remains i News From Battle
type of U-2 in the English ChanneL from this port late yesterday for Rotterdam Washington, March 5.-A conditionof developed last season. Old heads I
were taken in charge by Undertaker j Front
with a cargo of 16,000 balesof lawlessness in Mexico City is ad- .who know what the of
Three shells hit the submarine which performances Hand and shipped to Campbell for in- j
without leaving cotton for Germany. mitted by the administration officials ;the team were last predict that *
plunged, disappearing : year
terment. I March 5.-All
Washington, diplo-
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a trace." TWO FREIGHTERS SUNK today to be alarming. Secretary Bryan -I'I this season's squad will be on a par -,
described them as "very bad." matic negotiation between the United
with the best turned
BremenThe destruction of two aggregation ever HAVE DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIPMessrs.
Although the assault of the allied Opinion expressed in naval circlesis through the bill by Birmingham. States and Great Britain on the various -
freighters by torpedoes in the English I Feinberg & Gore, the gents' ,
the
fleet the Dardanelles is to effect that it might be necessary I I Manager Molesworth is satisfied made by the state
on continuing, Channel was told by the captain of I I furnishers, on the corner of Orange propositions
there is such confusion of reports thatit the American ship Gulf Light, which again to utilize the United I with conditions to date. "The boys avenue and Church street, have dissolved department to Sir Edward Grey, for

is impossible to gain a clear idea arrived in the Weser Thursday morning for States moral warships effect. in Mexican waters I I[r are coming fine, but we are going'II partnership. The business will the protection of American commerce,

of what has been accomplished. Turk- with a cargo of cotton, accordingto I slow. No use to develop charley be conducted by Mr. Feinberg. It is
has to standstilL
Advices
received today from Mexico J | come a
ish authorities admit some damagehas a story printed in the :Morgenpost. -I i I horses and make a few cripples before not known what business Mr. Gore
City state that Obregon is causing i iI. All the officials there is abso-
been done to the outer forts but (I the schedule opens. Next week will in. say
say the defenses on which main reli- ANOTHER QUAKE wholesale arrests, and causing 'we are going to break loose and show engage lutely nothing in-the way of exchangeof
Florence, Italy, via Rome.-A famine to spread in the capital by ordering I I. : opinion
today.
ance is placed still are intact. From the Orlando public the real pepper TIMES
shock WAS PATTED 76 BY FATHER i
slight earthquake lasting four all
British sources it is reported the allied transportation for food and high lights of the Baronial out- I They say the lull is only temporaryand
seconds, was felt in Tuscany and other from the interior TIME !
stopped. disclosures will
fleet has penetrated well into the fit. Well give the Phillies a gamethey'll important more
sections in the central part of Italy Several Mr. W. H. Norris, of Glens Falls,
and the inner members of the diplomatic remember." than likely be made if the reply ofI
straits badly damaged
last night, but it caused no fatalitiesand N. Y., who is spending his first winter i
fortifications. corps said today the the opinion of Today at 2:30 the public will be I I Great Britain to the American noteon
only slight material damage, according their in Orlando, was the recipient of
representatives in Mexico City the question of foodstuff and the
Important battles are in progressin given an opportunity to see the Yan-
to reports received here. was that Carranza and Obregon many congratulations and gifts from abandonment of mines in the
were floating
the Champagne region of France, nigans and Regulars play a duel that
his friends in the North as he passedhis
in northern Poland and in Galicia,but ARRIVED SAFE trying to drive all the foreignersfrom promises to show some of the Barons' trade channels is not; satisfactory.

no significant changes have been.an Galveston, Texas.-The American' the city by bringing about star- speed. Johnson, catcher showed his 76th birthday.0 The officials repeated today their

nounced. tank steamer Gulf Light, which sailed vation.A sPurs to the fans in the Rollins game I expressions of appreciation of the at- .
NEW COVERS
for Bremen from this port February report to the Spanish embassy Thursday when he raced back for along J titude of Germany in her reply on the
Commissioner Robertson rush-
was
Situation Confusing 3, arrived in Bremen February 27. tonight from Mexico City states that distance and captured a mean war zone and the use of submarines.

London, March 5.-The allied fleetsare News of her safe arrival has just looting has already begun. Secre- fly. It was one of the features of I ing around yesterday where inspecting found sew- They said the German reply indi-
and
er covers, one was
battering their way slowly up the been received by her charterer. tary Bryan discussed the new condi- the game and proved Johnson's abil-I! cated that Germany is willing to
another in its
faulty was placed posi-
tions in Mexico City with the presi- I make reasonable
Dardanelles without, so far as is SPAIN SUFFERING any compromise.
dent and the cabinet today, but at a ity.The tion. Three new covers were in- | Secretary Bryan today declined to
known, a single serious loss among Madrid, via Paris.-Evidence that Barons now on deck and ready stalled.

the ships. The Sultan of Turkey, Spain is suffering more severely in an late hour tonight no suggestion had for action are: Pitchers, Hardgrove, ,make public two identical notes which

says air Athens dispatch, has fled economic way from the war than any been made of any new policy. I Johnson, Robertson, Roth, Grimes, POLICE'COURT I I he sent to Great Britain and Germany

from Constantinople, but that has not other neutral is contained in dispatches Ray, Cantley, McDuffie, Colwell, and I Nothing startling in police court 'on the war zone and foodstuffs pro-

been confirmed, and reports from from different provincial centers. LECTURE TONIGHT Love; catchers, Johnson, Hale, Wal- yesterday where posals.
except a case a man i.
Turkish sources, notably an interview lace, Jacobi, and Hodges; infielders, I It is indicated, however, that a
married
and a woman agreed to get
with Envoy Pasha, deprecate the seriousness HOME, SWEET ROMEWashington.Congress Rev. L. W. Clark will speak on Carrol, Coombs, Clarke, Fitzgerald, if His Honor would remit their fines, 'synopsis of these notes as given out

of the Dardanelles bom- had gone South America, in the tent, corner Ellam, and Hemenway; outfielders; ( 'to Germany is correct.

bardment, and insist that the real defenses today perhaps not to return again be- Hughey street and Central avenue, Hartles, Magee, McBride, and Sloan. i which was done. Tlie opinion of leading officials is

of the straits have not been af fore December."' With but few excep- tonight. Mr. Clark has spent six This does not include Big Chief Molly\ !I HAVE THE-o-GRIPPEI I that the next important discussion to
fected. tions members were homeward bound in South between the United States and
America
years and is thor- and Vampire Scottie Chestnutt. Black, come
I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cornell, on Lake
after concluded their work.
having oughly conversant with conditions in pitcher, and Stewart, catcher, and McDonald 1 ; Great Britain will center around the
View avenue, have been ill the past
Petrograd, March 5.-Along the CHEMIST DEAD Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and infielder, have not yet ar I week with the grippe.NO character of the blockade and determine -

whole front between the Niemen and New York.-Dr. Charles J. Eames, Brazil. Come out and hear him. It rived. I -0- I I what ports.

the Vistula stubborn fighting is going a noted chemist who had many chem- will be interesting to business men to Umpire Chestnutt was a spectatorat COUNCIL MEETINGNo I The impression is that if this blockade -

on, while in several districts the ical discoveries to his credit, died here know something about South Amer- the field yesterday and devoured I the I I does not conform to international
meeting of city council was''
Russians have advanced successfully, yesterday. He was 84 years old.STOPPED ica, now that she is shut off from seventeen oranges. Scottie says the I held yesterday. It will be held to- i'I usages the president will direct that

says' the Russian general staff to- Europe. Barons are in pre-season form. President representations to that effect be madeto
STEAMERNice
night, reporting today's operations. Baugh is expected :March 10. Iday. Great Britain.
via Paris. A French
torpedo
South of the Zaklichenin Carpa- DANCE AT THE ARMORY I The United States has already
boat cruising off here yesterday I "IT IS NEXT DOOR TO HELL"
thians the Russians have captured the THE WEATHER I taken the ground that the blockadeof
stopped a Spanish steamer and an of-
enemy's fortifications, while in East Horace :Merct and Dorothy McDowell I English ports by Germany with
ficer inspected the passengers. I On the Dutch Frontier. "It is next
Galicia the Austrian attacks today gave a dance last night in the : Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- such craft as submarines will not be
hive been weaker. Armory which was largely attended. 'day. 'door to hell." That is a strong i iI 'justifiable under international law.

The statement says that on Thurs- REILLY, THE COP LEADS BRITISH phrase, but it came from the lips of I!1 It is expected therefore that when

,an American He usedit
c.JI"--y the Russians entered Stamslawowaid :: IN AFRICA congressman. Great Britain announces in detail the
Profit Per Made In to sum up the condition of thing
$2,300 Day ;
successfully crossed the Lukwa way she proposes to make her block-
Xew York.-At last accounts, the "over there"-in the stricken land of 'ade
river to the west of Stanislawow. good a very important representation -
British fighting the Germans in Ger- Belgium. lIe has spent ten days in will be made.
N. Y. On WeatherAlbany
Gambling the towns and of i
I'ENEFIT SUNDAY AFTERNOON man East Africa from Uganda were villages Belgiumand Some officials, however, think that

being led by a Long Islander, Reilly, northern France. I I'Great Britain and France will not attempt -
"There are more people hungry in
the
The charity committee of the Civic cop. N. Y., March The English Lloyd's has long been to proclaim a blockade that will
W: J..Reilly, formerly of New York, 5.-TwentY-1 I I Belgium, he continued, "than the I II I
league will give a benefit Sunday afternoon three hundred dollars betting the weather, in not stand the test of criticism of neu-
a sense.
is the chief of police of Uganda, a on I charitable world knows of. tral .
at 3 o'clock at the Grand the weather sounds like powers.K.
easy money.
'
British African possession adjoining i If rain on a certain day would meana "I believe there are nearly 2,000-
theatre. No admission will be That is the rake-off said to be made
charged German East Africa. Reilly turned financial loss, Lloyd's, for a small 000 people in Belgium who are abso- OF P. INITIATION
although a collection will be daily by a syndicate operating from
his native into soldiers and lutely dependent upon the bounty of
taken. Children under 12 accompa- police Albany, which makes pools on the premium, will insure against rain on
with them invaded the territory the outside world. The people in the
nied by parents will be admitted- enemy's weather. This concern sells an aver- that day. But these weather poolsare The Knights of Pythias initiated

others will not. A program consist- fighting a twelve-hour battle in age of 20,000 tickets each day, pays j entirely new; only those who buy larger cities are receiving enough candidates last night into the
British lost and the food to keep body and soul together.It .
which the
ing of musical numbers) by twelve so- seven out $700 in prizes and pockets the I,tickets in them and the syndicates' tRird rank. Those initiated were W.
loists Germans one hundred dead and many is in the smaller and out-o-the-way M. Smith, J. A. Carl
under direction of ManagerMac balance-$2,300. numerous agents are supposed to Caplinger, Jan-
: Tallman will be rendered.AT wounded, according to a letter from Gambling on the weather has be- know of their existence, bet it is pos- !: places that the suffering and want sen, Mr. Rogers, and W. P. Gwynne.INDEX t
Reilly received here by J. C. Ham- are more acute. There are hamlets
come an institution throughout a sible that the police of certain cities
ment. I j where hunger reigns." . . . . .
THE GRAND LAST NIGHT great part of the United States. Everybody know. i a. s - -
I
knows that the weather over I Those who buy tickets do so blindly. TODAY'S NEWS f

Mary Pickford as Mistress\ Nell, SPAIN SUFFERS BIG MINE EXPLOSION this broad country is uncertain and .In the 15 cent pool there is handedor BIG AUTOMOBILE CLASSIC AT Page 2-Letter. from Dr. Karl

was the attraction at the Grand thea- that to bet on it is a real gamble. sent to a player a sealed envelope i| FRISCO SET FOR TODAY Weiss to Henry Benedict, Dr.

tre last night, and she was seen and Yet at least two syndicates in New I,containing a card on which are the !j San Francisco, March 5At 12:25 Weiss being editor Seattle Ger-

greatly enjoyed by two large au Cordoba' Spain March 5.-A terrific York state are making a profit out of I names of four cities from a list of 'tomorrow afternoon thirty-two of the man-Press. I
diences. explosion in the copper mines at { automobiles manned Apopka News Items. t
The attractions that Manager weather pools. I fifty cities. world's fastest ,
Tallman i is- giving to the pa- Cabez Del Buey, 86 miles southeast of; The syndicate here is operated by I The weather gambler must take the 'by the world's most successful and Page 3-Daily Sport Letter.

trons of this popular play house are Bedajoz today entombed 600 miners. the same gentlemen who give the I ticket sent to him in the sealed en- i daring drivers, will start their 296- Oakland News

the very best offerings of the season. So severe was the shock that three public a chance to bet on baseball I.velope. On it he writes his guess as mile race around the Panama-Pacific Social News.

persons were killed and many injuredon games in summer. The syndicate is I.to what the temperature will be the International Exposition course for Page Editorials.
. . the surface. It is feared that
- t - t - - i hun- the I 1 the possession of the Vanderbilt Page 5-Society and Local New.
usually on sunny side of East i next day in the four cities the namesof cup.
Williard Worthley yesterday dreds will. be found dead in the workings street, no matter what the temperature which it bears. I i Everything has been arranged for, Page Classified Ads. .

morning caught a 241.2 pound of the mine before relief can which usually is zero for the First prize goes to him whose four !the successful staging of the big Page 7-A Gunner's Ballad I

fish in Lake Concord. Here is a reach them. bettors.In correct guessses form the highestsum classic and every indication of a fast Local, County and Domestic t

chance for some gossip at the the weather pool, the system is total in a given pooL Reportsof track, ideal weather conditions, and News"' .
"I'm From Missouri" Club. New music. The latest popular edi- much the same as in the baseball the weather bureau at Washingtondecide t the outlook for record-breaking performances I,. Page 8-!-Personals and Locals.
. . . . -' . . . tion, "The Tale the Teardrop Told." I I I is *bright. . . . . ... . . . .
Curtis &: O'Neal, Orange avenue. pool. the pools. very ,

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HOTELSTHE I PREDICTS' rapidly here during the past few I, . . . . . . . . . : . .-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .w
CANADA ILL days, with two packing houses in op- ; r
eration and others loading field boxes

KEYSTONE HOTEL ". SUFFER AFTER WAR direct points in to be cars packed.and shipping to other i WantedI to Buy *

Ben Smith and wife left Monday I II
Corner West and Church Streets
Splendid !service, Excellent loom Hot and cold water. Oneof the best IS ENDEDHenry I morning for their home in Indiana, I ron, Black Eye, Whippcorwill, Clay and 1

cooks in the Mate. Rates jT.oO per week and up. Special: rates to parties after spending the winter here. Cow Peas.FOR
wishing table board. Miss King, of Zellwood, visited her Unknown .

W. G. DUNCAN Prop. Benedict, Orlando, has received sister, Mrs. E. F. Fly, of this place

the following letter from his recently. SALEStowell

ROSSMORE INNWindermere nephew, Dr. Karl Weiss, presidentand L. II. Burdick and family returned
last week to South Dakota for the
editor of the Seattle German summer. Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent,

Press, which should prove interestingto L. II. Hall, after spending several Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric the Orlando public generally. After weeks in Apopka, has started on his and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with ill is said and done, "Uncle Samuel"' return trip to Maine. He worked at

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- the watchmaker's trade while here.
treats everybody fairly and squarely.The Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh i i
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. letter reads: Col. Pickens, of Hendersonville X. ,

Seattle, February 26th, 1913.: C., who has spent every winter here
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:My: Dear Uncle: now for the past 25 :years, and who
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn I received your kind letter of February is a great lover of fox chasing, had I

Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa me much to 20th hear pleasure and from was you.to very see It pleased from also gave your indeed the specimen good of fortune the gray to fox capture last Monday a fine ,I City Drug* StoreJ.

picture that you are still the same afternoon in the woods near town after -
J. W. HURLEY "fescherViener" as ever.I a two hours chase. He was quite L. DEAN Prop. ORLANDO FLA ;
did by no means move voluntarily
MANAGERVISIT to Seattle, since I was quite satisfiedin proud of his trophy and praises the t
British Columbia. Had I not beena dogs highly. III' e I I II . II . a D I D" I II M I M MM MMtlMIIIM.i iTHERE'S
citizen of the United States. I would The biggest sale of real estate that
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"COLLIER GROYE"-OX LAKE APOPKA by this time be in concentration camp has happened here in a long time was I - c
at Xanaimo of
as a prisoner war.
FOR TilE BEST FISHINGOn During the three years I was in British the public sale held here last week by
main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of Columbia I had become fairly the ,Smith Realty company, when I

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. prosperous, but now everything is more than 200 lots were sold at pub- I A REASON

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto gone.The newspaper I published in Vancouver lic auction. This means that more I

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, the "Vancouver German new homes will be built and the town
for hire. Agents for FerroIotors and Mullin's Steel Boats. Press," had commanded all the time continue to grow. The sale was a WHY

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier very favorable attention on the part success in every way, and :Mr.: Smith
of the Canadians not less than on the
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing part of the Germans. To the Canadians and his associates made many warm YOU CAN SAVE

purposes. its editorials were communicated friends during their stay here.
by a monthly review in Eng- Billy Clark's moving picture show
ish. The German main edition had
received very flattering acknowledgments continues to draw large crowds to $10 to $20
TOURISTS ATTENTION! from the Kaiser the crown see the movies.

prince, and from many officials. It Every farmer is busy at present
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando had become very influential and considered .
most important in the relations preparing and plantingspring crops
Prepared by our New York Cook between the German and the and those who are now idle are idle
British population of Canada. It had from choice there is
as an abundanceof
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 also required a remarkable record forts
correct news and truthfulness in work for every one. i1\jJI\ 5. AN ADDED JOYTo

general. All this caused the Canadian J. A. Bowman, the new jeweler, is
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water authorities to forbid its further publication enjoying a thriving business and fills
To the
shortly after the war had a long felt want here, as it is very = letters you re-
broken out.I .
EMPIRE HOTEL thereupon returned to Uncle Sam convenient to drop in and have a ceive if they are writtenon
and immediately started to publish broken eyeglass mended o a watch,
the daily "Seattle German Press," clock stationery that is of
or some piece of jewelry put in
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms and am glad to say that the paper
repair. Our citizens welcome
which is now in existence since Octo- proper fine quality and correct
ber 23rd of last year has already ac- him and his family and glad to have

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round quired an enormous circulation, sinceit them; locate in our midst. a shape.
is in fact the only German-Amer-
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite ican paper and is written in its most The American Realty company of f HIGHLAND LINEN
Apopka continues to sell and
important part in both German and property Its
( English. Just now I am at work to have disposed of several lots since the fills every requirementof
V .. increase the capital of this enterprise, auction sale to clients who expect to
...' -rte since a daily paper can not remain build at the most exacting
r r .F 11. Tt forever without a plant of its own once.
and I have so far not had a printing G. II. Mayberry is arranging to customer because it is"CRANE"
,. I shop. This I expect to have through start into business here within the
this present work in a short while, next few We nr quality:
know
days. are glad to
mrr T \
here it after }
most considering
,, f people )
s L that he and his estimable wife are to d
its splendid success a very good in- llL1D1llill\llJL\! !!})
vestment. You are cordially invitedto become all-the-year-round citizens W. S. Branch
join! with us.
Since I could say down here what IEllIJ1IIJ? ]
I wanted, especially in regard to Can- R. II. Sticht is building a lumber THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

ada and how foolish she was to get yard and novelty works on the block t

THE ARCADE HOTEL engaged in this war to the extent she I of lots recently purchased near the
is, the Seattle German Press has already Seaboard depot.
been honored in Canada by being -
J. B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. put on the list of the papers whichare There is nothing that has given -
apt to poison public opinion and more universal satisfaction and real Special Priced For Special ReasonsIN
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin the possessoin of which is conse-
exposing everybody out thereto pleasure to our people than has the ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESSA
Building in ConnectionsORLANDO quently new electric light plant. It is a delight -
a fine of $2,000 or two years imprisonment 1 good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
Orlando Fh.I or both. Imagine that and the lights are as clear and full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
that had happened one year after the bright as any in larger cities.G. blocks of Public' School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
minister of public education on Jan- F. Monroe, our artist, is paintingthe tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
uary 27th, 1)14{ had said that my the investment of from 10 25
to cent, according to and
per
would forever be connected with curtain in the new city hall, and crop
name
market conditions, price $8,500.00 also
the; history of British Columbia, sinceI when completed it will be a "gem." ;
I My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
had been instrumental in bringing
so -
He is an artist of ability and has
car-
'ROOFING the much desired element of Ger- dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
man settlers to the country and to ried away a nice bunch of blue rib- land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
remove so many misunderstandingswhich bons at each of the past two midwinter garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
AND may heretofore have existed fairs on some of his paintings. Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
between the Germans and the Britishin the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
SHEET METAL CO. British Columbia. In accordance 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
herewith the history of British Columbia DISCRIMINATION To any agent that sells the above described property for me I
which was published only a will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list
few weeks before the war broke out, the at will sell it
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos devotes about three pages to me. Washington.-Charges that the property or to myself.
Conditions in Canada have become Southern Railway had discriminated
perfectly unbearable and every better I JCTX F. IiEEZ rL
and Rubber Roofings against certain Appalachian coal
: German or Austrian who was not
put into concentration camp and fields in the interset of a "coal trust" BOX 35, WINTER: PARK FLORIDA

Cornices Skylights. Healing. Ventilating !Metal Ceilings robbed of his property, like my friend were referred to the Interstate Com- I Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
Baron[ von Mackensen, a nephew of merce Commission for investigation in
the famous general, and many others,
is trying to sell out and to get away. a report today by the senate sub-
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO . .
Canada in the hysterical way she seesa committee that investigated them. .111111111.11..111111.,11..111..1..1111..1.
spy in every one who does not belong I The report held that only a questionof
to an allied nation has for many i .
rates was involved.An
years spoiled for herself every chance
jf getting Germans or German money REAL ESTATE
and she will suffer severely there- 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
from, when the war is over. at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
My wife is comparatively well and
flansi is very well and working with --
great zest in my office.Mitzi, how-
ever, is a little delicate in health and
she is now traveling in California to The lot advertised for $1200, We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
recover. Please let me know very

l more soon how often the, which dear we aunt will is gladly and write re- with a reduction of $400.00, if :you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

ciprocate.I buyer. would build was boughtby f
have ordered that the paper be and talk your wishes.pver with us.

sent to you daily, so that you get the Mr. Samuel Brice of New ,
benefit of all there is in it.Vith The manager of this firm has had years of experience 1
your kind permission we will considerthe York. We have decided to of-
difference in subscription price as in sold
dealing Florida investments having over a ...
.4- paid.With fer another
best regards from the folksto one.
1 dear aunt and you million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

Yours very faithfully,
\ "KARL." Corner lot, well located. Side- two years.
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\) (Dr. Karl Weiss, president and ed-
I itor of the Seattle German Press.) walks, water, lights, gas. North We are well posted on the values of all classes and

I east. Will take
$1000.00. $600if
ApopkaNewsNotes kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

0 ) buyer: will build within one
d bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

Apopka, Fla., lIarchI.Week of year.
prayer has been observed here this Estate Bargains.

week at the Baptist church and has

been liberally attended.

G. Ilarod made a business trip to I


Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your Oakland Mayor Wednesday.Frank H. Davis is able to be CARL DANN 4 i WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and out again after a week's confinement a

proper strength of the drugs you take. to his room with an attack of lum- .

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure. and bago. R. D. WARING Manager
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. I. I. Turner has moved his barber REAL ESTATE

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'roum shop from the upstairs room in the Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf'
and you will never go anywhere else for them. Witherington building to the buildinghe

MEROI: i'S PHARMACYTHE : Fourth is now street.occupying as a residenceon COMPANY

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arm is all right tomorrow." f{size and the average weight was two SHELBYVILLE MEN ENJOY ORLANDO I
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Myers\ hiked for the club house. pounds. Some of our home people are I t

DAILY SPORT LETTER Fifteen minutes later he rushed backto 'getting enthusiastic about fishing, too. I,II .Lucerne Theatre.!

the field partly dressed in his street i Mr. Eugene Speer landed a six pound Write Letter to the Shelbyville (Ind.)

BY FRANK G. MENKF clothes. I bass on Saturday. We hope to have Morning News-.Vre Very Much ; ONE NIGHT ONLY \
; 'Hey, you, Stallings, I've been j it soon widely known that Lake Apop-
The Famous New York |
Sporting Pleased With Their Visitto
Expert. j robbed: -robbed, I tell you," yelled ka is the fiisherman's paradise. TUESDAY MARCH 9thThe
Myers. I Several fishing parties from nearby Florida ,

New York.-"Hap" Myers, who first "Quit yelling and tell me what you places were at Oakland the past week Social and :Musical Event of the Season

based for the Braves in 1913, wan- I have lost," said Stallings, suppress- I and all ,took home satisfactory Leaving Jacksonville, we ran to Or- Thpy: : ,\tor Theatre Triumph

dered into the Boston club house in I. ing a chuckle. catches. lando, a distance of one hundred and t
the middle of the 1913 summer, wear- "Lost! Who said lost?" wailed I Mrs. Mather Smith entertained the forty-seven miles. Col. S. B. Morris

ing a necktie that had all the colorsof Myers. "I tell you I have been guests of the hotel at her beautiful left us midway between the two citiesto r

the rainbow-and 18 additional.ones. robbed-robbed-robbed-do you get home on Lake Apopka on Wednesday visit with ihs cousin for a few

me?" afternoon. They were charmed by ,days, after which he will rejoin us to i b

Manager George Stallings, the most "My necktie-the best necktie I her fine singing. go farther south, possibly to Tampaand
had. There wasn't a necktie in Miss Elsa Henschen entertained a '
superstitious man in baseball, saw ever St. Petersburg, on the gulf coast.
Myers enter, saw the necktie, and Boston to equal it. I thought more group of young people numbering :'The change from north to south, from

nearly threw a fit. Then he hustledoff of that necktie-" about twenty-four, in the loft of their 'midwinter to sunshine, makes me feel

into the presence of owner Jim "Oh, shut up," commented Stall- I spacious barn, at their Gourd Neck 'I like expressing it thus: Book and
Gaffney. ings. "What's the use of yowling [place. The novelty of the surround- When storms have yelled Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf,

"I've found the jinx-I've foundit I about a necktie-especially such a ings'aded greatly to the enjoymentof I And frost has held Authors "The Beauty" Shop," "My Best Girl," "The

," gasped Stallings. necktie. You're lucky you wern't the evening. Refreshments of The county for a time, Perfect Lady, Etc. :Music by" Charles Gebest.

"You have?" pinched wearing it." orange ade and cookies were served. The soft warm day I A
countered Gaffney, That hints of May j Splendid Company of 50
S who was as much interested in find- "That was a good necktie," retort- We are glad to hear that the Oak- Is luscious and sublime. ;

ing the jinx as was Stallings. The ed Myers. "A darned good one, if land hotel has some good fishing par- Were there no snow I INCLUDING
Braves were in the throes of a long you want to know. It cost me 52." ties booked for March. The past week We would not know |
WILLIAM PRUETTE Jr.-LlLLIAN
How such LUDLOW
sweet is a day. I ,
losing streak and Gaffney was disgusted "All right, charge it up to the club has been the busiest of the season. Were there no storm
with the team. and make the price $3," responded The latest arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. The morning warm '| America's Foremost Ball Room Dancers

"Yes, I've found it; that Hap My Stallings. "It's worth that much to N. C. Wilson, Boston, Mass., and Mr. j I Unsung would pass away. THE CUTEST SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS IN
get rid of it." and Mrs. Reed, Pittsburg.Mr. They tell of lands ALL CREATION I
ers is wearing it. But he's worn it Where summer standsOn
The Braves won the game that day and Mrs. F. Ward Wood, from
for the last time." deck the whole year through; Entire Original Scenic and Electrical Production
and Stallings sought out Gaffney and England, arrived Monday afternoonto No storms arise
"What is it?
said: "Told you so, didn't I?" be the guests of the Mather Smithsfor The balmy skies PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75c. and 50c.
"That necktie of his-that horrible a month. Are of a changeless blue. Seats on sale 9 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 6 at Estes Drug Store I
looking sight, that he drapes down No blizzards bliz
Deitch Rob-
Messrs. Sidney Arnold No northers whiz,
,from his collar," snapped Stallings. Newsy Briefs ert Driscoll, Worth Faulkner, and Em- There is no snow or sleet;
"No wonder we can't win. No wonder No whiskers freeze.I .
ery Wu Todd, of Chicago, arrived
I, we are jinxed. That necktie would From Oakland Wednesday to spend the remainder of would not care to linger for a
hoodoo anybody. But I'll fix it." time, I would not, in such a spot, go 1
the month. down in sure decay. Give me the
Stallings went back to the club We regret that Mrs. Hamilton clime where frost and rineland win- I We have arrived. Our stock is fresh. ;

house. Myers was there alone. The Oakland, Fla., March 3.Misses Smith has been ill and confined to her ter day's a zest; where snowballs fly Clipped Oats ____________$2.45 Alfalfa Meal ____________$1.80Scratch
other players were already on the Elsa Henschen, Lily Brock, and the for few days, but is much im- from boys nearby and hit one on the ??? Rice Bran _______________$1.60 *
field in uniform. two Misses Cooper took a "hike" over room a chest; where one may freeze his toes Feed ------------$_. Brewer's Grain __________$1.65

"Why aren't you in uniform," to the Henschen camp, on the Gourd proved, and we hope to see her about and knees; where the north wind I Marco Sweet ____________$1.80 Fla. Dairy ______________$2.00
Neck cooking their soon. whoops around the coops till summer A few of our prices for today. Deliveries made only! on Mondays,
howled at taking possession
Stallings Myers."I breaks its hold. There we may prize Wednesdays and Thursdays-
boss and I'd like dinner and spending the day most de- the azure skies that glow when win- I''
got a sore arm, NEWELL MAY BUILDMr. TERMS-Cash with order, or C. O. D. A rebate of 5c. per
to be excused from-" lightfully, on Friday. ter's gone. When we can repair the sack if you deliver your own goods. *
home lawn to put our boots in pawn. Our delivery boy is instructed to bring the money of the goods.
"You hop into your uniform, and Mrs. S. H. Smith, one of the guestsof
and Mrs. Geo. A. Newell, Mr. From the "boy scouts," number 2, There will be no deviation from the above terms.
if' you ain't in it in five minutes I'll the hotel, gave a George Washington i
Get into the habit.
and Mrs. Orrin A. Moulton, of San- from Shelbyville-Col. S. B. Morris, Pay-as-you-go
bust your nose," snarled Stallings. party. Several games were ford Me. who have been I TilE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGE
spending Maj. C. J. Limpus, and Capt. T. L.
Myers was in uniform within four played and some readings were given
Jefferson Street and Railroad Phone 447THERE'S
several weeks in this city, left yester- Haymond.
minutes. ,by Mrs. L. B. Lord, who has the honor i 1
day for a visit to Tampa and St. Petersburg -
"Now get out into the field," was I of being the eldest lady guest. Her ,
before going to their homein
Stallings' comment. Hardly had My- !selections were appropriate to the occasion IMPROVING PREMISESThe
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ers left the club house when Stallings i and were greatly appreciated.
Orlando early next winter and Mr.
nabbed that necktie, rushed out withit i'The evening's entertainment was concluded Curry & Smith Cigar company
Newell remarked to a Sentinel scribe have beautified their south- 4
and found a street urchin. by refreshments.Mr. grounds,
"Here,"kid," said Stallings. "Here'sa Ed. Sessions and family spent before his departure that he had so west of the A. C. L. passenger sta A REASON

necktie and a $1 bill. Drop the I Thursday visiting their mother, Mrs.. much Florida sand sticking to his tion. W. H. Brokaw is furnishing I
shoes that he would probably build a
necktie into the bag and keep the $1 J. C. Robinson, and sister, Mrs.\ F. F. the shrubbery and laying out the
home here during the summer.CONTRACTOK WHY
for yourself." Buckmaster, who returned Tuesday landscape plan. .

Stallings was back on the field a from Miami. .
few minutes later. Myers came up. The fishing the past week has been TRACY & :MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse '
"Boss, I'm not trying to soldier- very encouraging to the guests of the R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see repairs of all kinds ,done YOU CAN SAVE t
before letting contract, if are promptly repairing of leaky roofs
honest I ain't" he said. of Indian- you go- ; ;
"My wingis hotel. Mr. D. M. Isgrigg,
ing to build and want the best house screen doors and windows a specialty;
on the fritz. Hurts like blazes." apolis, landed a 61-2 pound bass,and 1 possible for money invested. j j sleeping porches, counters, shelling
"Oh, all right," said Stallings, Mr. and Mrs. Pope, with Mr. and P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478. I garages, office fixtures; window and $10 to $20 1

strangely kind and lenient. "You'rethrough Mrs. licit, landed sixty-five bass on 2-18-1moc i door frames made to order. Get our
prices. 18 East Church street. A
for the day, Hap. Hope your Saturday. The bass were uniform in I Get the news in the Sentinel fiJ"1llt.i postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo .


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


We expect parties interested in either of the two 'propositions to send their sealed bids to the Florida 1


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


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


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


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


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




Proposition No. 2

Proposition No.
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 Or-

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave- ange Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the .

day of the purchase liability of grove means to put more money ;
nue and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The .
out the
on 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 year old Orange and Grape
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms >"
Fruit trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkably -
are decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped 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
and both streets bricked
made
are paved.
connections ,
20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within

SO 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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Total Responsibility::

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THE DAILY NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO AMEND MICHIGANDERS, NOTICE! -
CHARTER OF WALTER DRENNEN Completely) Furnished
COMPANY
South Florida SentinelMORNING
Michigan people are invited to
Whereas, at a special meeting of the stockholders -
AND WEEKLY of the Walter Drennen Company a meet at Tourist Headquarters Satur- Home Including a E
W. M. GLENN.._ .....EdiUr corporation under the laws of the state of'lorida
u.uU'u.
W C. ESSINGTON .. .. .BHMIICM Manager held on the seventh day of December day, March 6, at 2:30 p. m. for the
nineteen hundred and fourteen at which '
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purpose forming an association.
Fine Piano
all stockholders
time of the
company were
Entered at UK poetoffice at Orlando Flor-
,
present and waived notice of the time place
ida, u Second Class Mail Matter.
and purpose of said meeting said stockholderspresent
at said meeting, being holders and s
SUBSCRIPTION RATES owners of ISO shares of the common stock of AT A GREAT BARGAIN 1

Daily. 1 Year ...................... 1500 said company that being all the stock now Two f
Daily. 6 Months...................... 2.50 issued by said company the following resolution Handsome .
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 among others, was adopted to-wit- Modern residence"Ol nine
Daily. 1 Month ....................... MWeekly. "Be it further resolved that Article 6 of the ,
Articles of Incorporation of the Company be Lake Front
I Year ........_.............. ILOO amended so as to read as follows rooms and bath. Completely -
"Article 6. The highest amount of indebtedness '
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN or liability to which the corporationcan furnished. Fine locationfor SATURDAY SALE
ADVANCETO at any "time subject itself is fifty thou- Grove and Home
sand dollars.
ADVERTISERS: Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that rooming house. Largelot
Walter Drennen Company. a corporation will NO. 48
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and all .tI. handactdrertinnr
Copy far display *
apply to his excellency. Park Trammell. governor Properties and
mast be hande In at the business of the state of Florida. Tallahassee 77x225. Garage ser-
office .f the Sentinel not later than Z p. m, Florida on the 6th day of April nineteen .
the day before publication. This rule applies Beautiful
hundred and fifteen or as soon thereafter as vants quarters.
to chancM for entract advrtiinr: it U
it can be heard for an amendment of Article
biTariable and will be strictly adhered to.Subeeribera 6 of its charter heretofore granted said oak shade trees and some
OUR SATURDAY SALES have
grown to be a
Article 6 as amended to read as follows:

should notify desiring the The o.TSce Sentinel in writing discontinued on "Article or 6.liability The highest to which,amount the corporationcan of indebtedness One of them is the pret- fruit. Owner will sacrifice at real successive necessity-most event js more everyone enthusiastically has the habit-each received
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be
at any time subject itself is fifty thou- tiest lake front location in than the last. Thrifty people await this dar and
continued at the regular subscription rates sand dollors:' only $7000. Terms half cash :
until notice to stop is received.Telephone WALTER DRENNEN COMPANY look forward to its arrival with the keenest an-
Numb r .... .................. 21 By Walter Drennen. President the State of Florida, with and balance and ticipation, and never yet has anyone been dis-
Attest: Henry Porter. Secretary. large acreage and a most i, 2 3 years. appointed in the generous savings effected at
SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1913.: I Corporate Seal I these Sales.
modern dwelling.The I t
State of Florida. Here's another-full of more remarkable op-
.
: County of Oranee Cooper a Atha portunities than e"er-note the notch bar-
I other has fine top
No man ever made any money going Before me personally appeared Walter Dren a ins-and
nen and Henry Porter, both to me well come.
around howling "business is rot acknowledge grove, with modern im-
known who being duly sworn ;
114 South Orange Aa. Ground Floor
ten." that they are the president. and secretary, respectively I
I of the Walter Drennen Company, a provements and worthy of
o - corporation, and that they signed the foregoing I Phone No. 311 SILK HOSIERY
further
notice and application to amend the any improvementsdesired.
Never better time than now to
a I harter of the said Walter Drennen Company.
invest in Orlando real estate, and a For the uses and purposes therein expressed. I The famous \lcCallum m ke. We are clearing
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my out this make and have a few dozen pairs that
sure investment it will be. I hand and seal this 5th dJy of March. 1915. These are high priced
Seal) LEROY B. GILES we are going to sacrifice at a positively redicu-
o I lous pri e. They are slightly unassorted tis true
Notary Public. State of FloridaMy properties, but they are ,
In some places yesterday the sun ( commission expires January 20 1917 but maybe we can hit your requirements.
Davis &: Giles Attorneys for Applicant both big bargains. VENEER CORES
set at 5:20; it rose in Orlando yester- 3-6-1d-h..ks \\'e have them in Tan Lavender, Sky and
Black and the sizes are 8i and9'.
day at noon, but it was some sun.
o NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE $1.25 The regular price for this hose was $2.00 a

pair, '
Weather conditions yesterday made Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure ,
and sale, entered the 13th day of February Per Strand Up Saturday, while they last, 25c. a pair.
business for the umbrella mender -
good A. D. 1915. by Hon. Jas. W Perkins S. G.D olive (5 SonREAL .
and likewise the dealer-not to judge of the seventh judicial circuit of t'lorida.in I ( FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
a certain cause pending in the circuit court
mention "slickers" and "rubbers." of the seventh judicial circuit of Florida, in and OAK WOOD DRESS SHIELDS
for Orange county in chancery, in which Louis
o SiefTert is complainant and T. K. C. Crowell. ESTATENo. Orlando Wood YardB.
When some men get interested in Agnes Crowelt. The Crowell Investment Company The famous iadameIarcella make. This is
and Carl B. Lin respondents. I
are
books entitled "How to Eat Soup Correctly shall sell at public outcry to the highest and 3 WEST PINE STREET W. Kingsley, Proprietor another line we propose discontinuing. This
best bidder for ash during the legal hours of PINE STREET AND R. R. price ought to do it.
r it's a sure sign that they are sale on Monday the 5th day of April A. D. Telephone 344 Worth regularly 35<:. a pair,
going to break away from the "roughneck" 1915 at the court house door at Orlando in Second Floor
the county of Orange and state of Florida the I 9-30 Saturday, while they last, 10 cents.
class. following described property to-wit:
t Lots one to twenty-five inclusive; also lots
0
; twenty-nine to forty inclusive, also lots forty-
There is already an increase of four to forty-seven inclusive; all in block NOVELTY LINGERIE
"A:" and lots twenty-eight to thirty-three
: 4,135,000 acres sown to wheat, but inclusive in block "B;" making in all forty-
cultivating it may not look as attractive even Iota in Bradshaw &: Thompson's Addi- BRAID
tion to Apopka. Orange county. Florida. All I
to some ,men as sitting on a of blocke" except six acres described as
follows: Begin at a stake on the section line In White, Pink, and Sky Blue, sold everywhere.
bench in the cities.
park r seventeen chains. east of the southwest corner at 10 cents a bolt,
0 of section 9. township 21 south range 28 .
: east; run north 420 feet, or the width of two Saturday, 2 bolts for 10 cents.CHILDRENS' .
NECK AND NECKA acres. thence east 630 feet, or the width of
three: acres. thence south to section line,
great battle is going on in the thence west along said section line to placeof

, fashion journals between the advo- beginning containing thirty-four acres WASH
more or 1 less; and the east one-quarter of Do You RealizeYour
: cates of open and closed necks. The block "D," ten acres more or less. and all in 1
Sradshaw &: Thompsona Addition to Apopka. DRESSES
cloth makers insist on the closed neck
according to the plat and survey thereof; and
all in the southwest quarter of section 9.
collar while the ladies persist in the
township 21 south. range 28 east, of Brad- In Percale, Gingham, Zephyr, Chambray, and
r' open neck. It all depends on the neck shaw &: Thompson'. Addition to the City of Insurance Contract Sometimes Galatea Stripes, checks and plain colors, in al-

t anyway, and we are for closing'some Apopka. Florida. FRANK CULLEN. most all ages.
Saves You From Bankruptcy ? How do these prices strike !
! and leaving others open. It seems to Special Master in Chancery I you j
I V. S. Starbuck. Solicitor for Complainant. C f
, 50
Regular cents
.a 25c
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be a case of neck and neck. 3-6-5wks i

r 0 THEREFOREIt Regular 75 cents, __________Saturday 38c.

TilE UNSPEAKABLE TURK- NOTICE OF-SHERIFF'S SALE I| Regular $ ,____________ 50c. .

f If Mohammed U. had foreseen the Under and by virtue of a pluries writ of I Regular $1.50, _______Saturday 75c. t
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1 execution issued out of the circuit court of stands to reason that it should be cor-
L troubles that lay in store for his descendants the seventh judicial circuit of Honda in and Regular $2.00, ________.Saturday $1.00 ,
when he crossed the Bos- for Osceola county against the goods and drawn that realize
rectly so can on
chattels lands and tenements of R. D. War- you
I
phorus in 1453 the head irg favor of the Carolina Portland Cement
t at of an in
1 Company a corporation upon a certain judgment it when you have a fire. It is as necessary FANCY WHITE
f enormous army of Turks and success- entered on the 12th day of August, 1914

f fully laid siege to Constantinople, he ola in :the said county judgment court being for the recorded county in of Foreign Osce- as the examination of the title to your r'

probably would have abandoned all Judgment Book, page 182 of the Records of NECKWEAR
t
Grange County I shall sell at public outcryto .
thought of in property.
. conquest Europe and the highest and best bidder for cash at 'Ve have quite a quantity of dainty effects in 1
>= been content to confine his military the court house door at Orlando. Orange Fancy Collars Collars with
vest attachment and
county Florida during the legal hours of saleon I
activities to Asia. Monday, the 5th day of April A. D 1915. I I Ithe I For Rates and other Information Call Net Vests. These we have priced

For years Turkey has been a con- on the following 5th day described of March property A. D. levied 1915. under upon t Phone .AT CLEARANCE PRICES

stant and an active source of annoy- said execution as the property of th ,said on or
R. D. Waring to-wit: Lot thirty-nine (39) I
ance to the powers of Europe. When of J. M. W ilcox'a Addition to Orlando, according - CHIFFON
to the plat recorded in the office of VEILS i
not engaged in with
war one or an-
the clerk of the circuit court in and for
other of her immediate neighbors, she Orange county. Florida in Plat Book. "C" \ Are extremely fashionable, but none the less
page 64; purchaser to pay for title.J.
has been kept busy putting down in- F. GORDON we are going to cut them on Saturday and cut t

surrectionswithin her own provinces, Sheriff of Orange onnty, Florida.V them DEEP.
,
S. Starbuck Attorney for Plaintiff.
or disputing Russia's efforts to gaina 3-6-5wks These Veils are 2Vz yards long, all Bordered
S. Y. 'WAY 'Ve have them in full range of every wanted ,
Mediterranean outlet through the color, and also in black.
LARGE LIGHT ROOMS in modern
Dardanelles.Not home, with kitchenette, new if Our special price has been $1.39 each, .

only has Turkey concerned herself sired; very reasonable for rest of de-I, Saturday, your choice, 85 cents. I

with her own troubles, but when- son and all summer. 14 East Amelia. Insurance and Real Estate Agent t

ever any one else has started a fight, 3-6-3tc I
GAUZE VESTS
she has jumped'into the midst of it,

impelled, apparently, by the sheer DoctorsBucknmstcr I PHONE 172iMMMtMIMIiMMBIIIillMMMMMMMIMIIMMIMMiliimiMMMIIIIIiMMI. 50 dozen of fine grade close knit Gauze Vests

love of fighting. Turkey may truly in all sizes. This is the quality usually sold at

be said to be a "glutton for punish- & BrundageQ.STEOPATIIS 15 cents. 'Ve make a special at 10 cents tOn

ment." Since 1876 the Ottoman em- Saturday, 2 for 15 cents.

pire has been almost constantly at w

war, and before that time, the trou- Personal instruction under Dr. Still FANCY DRESS LAWNS

bles of the Turk were so multitudinous at Kirksville, Mo.

that he was reduced to the pointof 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples 1 I I 50 pieces of positively this season's latest
f II. styles and colorings. AU the newest designs and
bankruptcy. National Bank. Phone 578. i -I. most charming effects that we have shown this

Doubtless a large proportion of season, and selling right along at 12c. and 15c.

Turkey's troubles may be traced to -. Saturday, 8 yds (a dress length) for 79c.

efforts of Russia to secure a harboron .


this Mediterranean very source of trouble sea. However has been, $200 $225 $250 and so on jj J SILK POPLIN

the Turk's sole saltation.
Fearing to Our regular Dollar quality, full 3fj inches (one

let Russia expand and become more yard) wide in Sixteen new spring hades, including -

powerful, the other European powers, Azurette Blue, Bisque, Smoke Gray, Bel-
Jique, light, medium and dark Navy Tan Catawba
-
particularly England, repeatedly have H to $500 or $550Any etc. and also in black.Saturday.
gone to the Ottoman's aid at a critical up
79 cents
yard.
time, and so balked the advance of a

the Russian Bear. Only the timely

" interference of British troops and price you want to pay for one of the choice '

warships in 1878 saved Constantinople -

from the invasion of the Russian ,

hordes. THORNTON PARK

Turkey more recently demonstratedher t

capacity for trouble when she listened

to the arguments of German

and was drawn into the Europeanwar. ; Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- ; ;


raging. While on even the terms conflict now appears, Turkey to b is< : strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask : : DIOKSON"IYES 00.

getting the worst of it from the Russians I

who are directing their ener your dealer if you care to see these lots.

gies against their ancient rivals, and I

it seems certain that, whatever th
es .DEP ARTMENT STORE-II
outcome of the war, the Porte is! ..

bound to suffer.


The, Ottoman and the Turk's armyis finances in poor are condition a ef:f i TAYLOR & THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

The Store of true service, of never.failing
usual, notoriously bad. From none oj: courtesy -
of fair dealing, of trust-worthy
the nations mer-
European can Turkey expect -
chandise at right prices
to get credit with which to won I' ,

out her ultimate salvation, and she i s: Proprietors ORLANDO FLORIDA

in no position to demand anything I 1

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

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 II' Admission 5 Cents 2 o '.


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR and Mrs. James L. Giles for this . I . IIII II II . 1I11III1 L

March 6th.Saturday. I week.1lissnite was given a pretty TODAY'S PROGRAM Y i

I guest towel. Mrs. Chester Fosgate 3-Reels-3
won the prize a luncheon calendar. Sterling. Ford Sterling in "The
I
Entre Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers hos i Mrs. Leon B. Fort received for con- Shooting Match," in two parts. An
tess. : solation a dainty handkerchief. explosive of laughter. j jo
3 p. m.,-Monthly D. A. R. meeting; I When the games were ended, covers Thanhouser.Mlissing Birdie." ; :
Mrs. Annie L. Mallory, hostess. I were placed on the card tables and Five cents to all. llb
-- -- Mrs. Weathersbee, assisted by Mrs. I .
THE CARR-BUXTON Thomas Brodwater, Mrs. DeWitt Miller -
RECEPTION.The and Miss Adelma Giles, served Capt. W. II. Swinton returned yes-
Carr-Buxton reception and ,Neapolitan cream, cake and bon bons. terday afternoon from Tampa, wherehe ALWAYSI'PHOI'RI.TELWAYS WELCOME
dance, which took place Friday after- Several friends came in after the "THE MAKING OF HIM"A had been taking in the sights of
noon and evening at the Rosalind i playing and joined the other guests that city. The captain reports busi- is a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have many
Club, was a social affair of gaiety and for the remainder of the afternoon. ness as being good there and not the articles deep cut in rich designs such as water sets,
brilliancy. In the receiving line were -- Lubin Special.feature complete least signs of any so-called hard fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles vases, salad bowls, fern
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest TOURIST PARTYTO times.
Dabney Carr dishes, cologne bottles, powder and lit litbeautiful
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton, and the ARCADIA. I in two parts. An excep- puff jars, etc. all specially

honorees Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith,I There will be a party leave here Mr. E. Cliff Cohen, the popular priced.
)Ir. and Mrs. Woods, Mr. Falkner, Mr. Monday afternoon to attend the Chau- I tional production. traveling passenger agent of the At-
, Dietch, and Mr. Todd, all of Chicago, tauqua at Arcadia, DeSoto county. lantic Coast Line, who has recently ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Mr and Mrs. Smith being hosts to Ore of the speakers of prominence established .
temporary headquartersin
this charming party of friends at will be lion. Richard P. Hobson. I Orlando, left yesterday for San- [b n r<
their winter in Oakland, Florida. Pleasure parties will be formed to ..
home I ford, where he will meet the liardlett Iftg-TU, .. CJ
Mrs. Carr wore a handsome black visit Fort Myers, Boca Grande, and Tours party of about thirty, and escort -
net gown, embroidered in gold thread, other places of interest. If you want I them to Winter Park today. After ,
over black taffeta. :to join this party and take advantage an automobile ride to points of -
Mrs. Buxton, nile green charmeuse, of the chean rate, to see this
lace trimmings, corsage bouquet of ,I, ful part of Florida meet at the beauti-I "ONE KISS" continue interest in their Orange journey county south, they as will far I FOR FINISHING DOORS I.
white japonica. ist Headquarters Saturday, 10 AND WAINSCOTING ,:
as Tampa. Mr. Cohen expects to return ( = 1
Mrs. Smith crystal rainbow net, Mrs. II. F. Sanders in charge.: i'9 We
to Orlando Monday. have the best stains and varnishes
over accordian plaited chiffon. -0- A Selig Comedy.IN .
1lrs.Vood., embroidered net over WERE MARRIED manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
white taffeta, flowered taffeta trim- WEDNESDAY.Miss Well, seeing is believing. And the
mings. Margaret Brantley and Mr. y way to see it is to put it on your I
Other beautiful gowns were worn John Hunt son of Mrs. Eugene Hunt, LucerneTODAY doors. If
by the assisting hostesses Mrs. LeRoy formerly of Orlando, were married on you don't say it's the best '.
c Giles, Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. George Wednesday, March third, at Clermont. material you ever used for the money, j
Keller, Mrs. Carl Robinson, Mrs. The ceremony was a quiet home affair -I well stand the expense. That's fair,
Morse Mrs Blackman, Mrs. O'Neal, only relatives and a few friends isn't it?
Mrs. Beeman. Mrs. Koehne and the from Minneola and Clermont being THE QUEST OF A STORYA L j

charming young girls who served present. Miss Brantley was from I kL Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co J
punch and the cream course wore Atlanta, and has visited Mrs. A. R.

dainty frocks-Miss Marguerite Dren- Bogue of this city, making many Bjograph! Drama. /1 ;t 205 S. Orange Avenue
nen ,Miss Leona Wells, Miss Jean friends while here who extend to Mr. "SILENCE"An
Person, and Miss Eudalia White. and Mrs. Hunt their heartiest con- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
American special feature
,
The spacious room was artistically gratulations.DR. .
decorated with green vines, yellow -0-
in two
jesamine, and nasturtiums. Several AND MRS. BLACKMANTO complete parts. I

vases of exquisite roses and rare ex- ENTERTAIN.Dr. .
alis were sent in from friends at Oak- and :Mrs. William Freemont
l"nd. Mrs. Chas. Tilden and Mrs. Mc- Blackman, of Winter Park, have issued -
Kinnon. invitations to their many friends I HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER j
Throngs of friends called duringthe to be present at a musicale in Knowles "IF I WERE YOUNG AGAIN"A )
afternoon, and at night the hostsof Hall, Rollins College, on Friday, I Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. I
friends were invited for the dance. March the twelfth. Musicale, 8 p. m. Something new Something; New 1 j
Mrs. J. T. Fuller, Mrs. James L. Giles, Reception, 9 p. m. Selig special feature com- Try it. Ask About it.
Mrs. Westcott, Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. - I I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for 1
in two *
Clift, and Miss Mary McCullough as- ROSALIND HAS plete parts. three or more
sisted in the evening. A cotillon was AGAIN OPENED.The Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand 1

beautifully arranged, attractive fa- Rosalind Club, which has been j 15 cents 10 cents COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES 1'
vors being given. A delicious cream closed this week owing to the deathof POTATO SALAD
course was served Hoeffler being the Mrs. Newell's mother, will be I .
caterer. McIntosh's orchestra played opened every afternoon, except Sun I. FOUR REELS OF SPLENDID J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S J
during the afternoon and for the day, following the new custom. On I.i Phone 26 Bakery
dance. Monday afternoon the monthly busi- PICTURES j
ness meeting will be held at three- '
MRS. KOLLOCKHOSTESS. thirty,sharp. I I THE "RED WIDOW" i
I I

Mrs. G. C. Kollock entertained a TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY "
I I The poet "music hath charms,
few friends at cards yesterday after- says Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
5 cents 10 cents
but what would that poet have said
noon to meet her house guest Mrs.
WILL THE PARTY WHO TOOK the l
Warren. An abundance of lovely umbrella with name and address in I'I had he heard the dainty, tuneful num-
roses were used in ornamenting the white on black handle from center of bers of the "Red Widow," the late -
living room. After the playing a the overflow prohibition meeting kind
Astor theatre, New York, success thatis
cream course was served. ly return to this office.
-- 3-6-1t.1 I to be offered at the Lucerne thea- 3
DELIGHTFUL ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate tre on March 9. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

'AT HOME." sleeping car from Orlando to Wash- I This attraction, fathered by a tri-
Mrs. W. M. Lege was "at home" to ington commencing! March 17. Leavei ology of authors, Channing Pollock,
her many friends on Friday afternoon j i Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Established 1886
Mrs. Chas. Campbell and Mrs.T. nights on train No. 82. This Rennold Wolf, and Charles Gebest,led .
O. Brown assisting her in receiv- I car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m. all the metropolitan successes last
ing the guests. Little Miss Louise 3-6-tfI I season, and its presentation here we .
Brown held the card tray for the call- I -- '
ers. Miss Alice Peck and Mrs. Flor- ; EVERYBODY joining the Harper are told.will be on the same scale of CURTIS & O'NEAL a ai
ence Hudson rendered several piano I! tourist party from Orlando on April I magnificence, with all the wealth of ,
selections during the afternoon. Mrs. 27 is assured a full seat in private scenic embellishments and dainty
Sidney Ives, Jr., read poems on each coach through to New York. See f gowning and dressings that pleasedthe
guest which were very amusing. Mr. Harper at Hotel Orland, on March -;
Cream and nut cake, salted nuts and 10 and 11, or write him there and he visual senses of its metropolitan INSURANCE LOANS .
mints were served. will call. Remember date, March 16 beholders. The song numbers, some i
,
- and 28, April 13 and 27. You can twenty, are said to be exquisite in

INFORMALDANCE.. save parties.money by joining one of 3-6-ltc these their lyrics and the music accompaniments REA.L ESTATE RENTALS .

we are told offer the most tuneful -
About of the
twenty couples youngerset 1
enjoyed an informal dance at the SCOUT NOTICE-;MPORTAXT melodies of this season. Of course '
Armory last night. The evening was All Scouts who are members of the story of the play abounds in com- 4 .
fine for dancing and every one had a troop 4 please take notice that the edy sensations that will be found 1 1I
jolly good time. time of meeting has been changed e
- I from Monday to Tuesday, 7:15, at the o teeming in laughter, and the large 1.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Couch and Miss M. E. church.Scoutmaster. company, said to number nearly three 1

:Madge Pollock of Senoia, Ga., are J. E. Woodnick. score personages, will no doubt make :
house Nolan.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. -- 3-6-3t the most of the talented authors' con- ::For Sale :

-- -- NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn ceptions and dictions.OSTEOPATHY.
Miss Norma Gettier has been con- 1
Court of the County Judire. Orange County.
fined to her home with the grippe for State of Florida-In re Estate of John E.
the past several days, but is improv- Grove House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price ;
ing and will soon be out again. To all Creditors. Legatee Distribute and 7
all Persons having Claims or Demands 1
-0- against said Estate: i
MISS WHITE You and each of you, are hereby notified DR. J. C. HOWELL $4500.00. A bargain.
HONOREE and required to present any claims and demands Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
which either of iR
you or have
you may
Mrs. Allan Weathersbee was the against the estate of John E. Groves, deceased Kirksville Graduate .
hostess Thursday afternoon for a delightful late of Orange county Florida. to the undersigned Consultation Free
card party in compliment to executor of said estate within one Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
Miss Eudalia White, a charming vis- year from the date hereof. HoteL R
Dated March 5. A. D. 1915.C. ,
itor in the city Miss White and Mrs. O. GROVES. Executor. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 MIMMMMM
White being the house guests of Mr. I J-6-6tw Orlando, Fla. 111111111111111111111111111" 1

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KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES
Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values

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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 32 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes to

7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2 INCH K J. T.SLIP CASINGS 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 t

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 .

a 6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 1

36 x 41,4 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20 t
Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have end
an 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25 "
to tire troubles t
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I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc-
CUT PRICESTO tion, nor any city lots outside of J umber. La.-tl aI1d: S11i1.1.gles
SENTINEL the corporation, though I have some
splendid building lots near Lake Eola,
GETREADY and they will be priced on their mer-
its. See the owner and save commis- "" ...::--::L..
WANTS sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
CASH i 2-26-lmo &A3tt ,

FOR SALE-A good city residence
with all modern conveniences; part
The Morning Sentinel Want cash balance on time. Address"Owner
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando. Directory is the Greatest Want ," care Sentinel office. ORLANDO ..
Brick Road. Ad Medium in Orlando. 2-7-lmoc .

Terms Cash in Advance. FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- .
5 Room House, close in. EasyTerms. per Colony for sale at a bargain if a
RATESFor sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
One Day ------_______25t acres of as good land as there is in Cement
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days --__________50c<< Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; Royal Agatiie Plaster andgPerlection Lime
For Six Days ------_________75c<< all under fence; 6 room house, auto AII
2 Lots Concord Park For OneIonth --__________$ .50 and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables,
This rate applies on all ads of corn crib and poultry house; crop and
-- -- 25 words or less. If the ad con- some farming tools go with place. .
Semincle Park I
Lots tains more than 25 words the rate S. S. Bowman, Taft Fla.
will be one cent per word for 2-19-d&wk-lmo
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in-
terms. sertion.If SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY
you can't bring your ad tof LANDS $;u"KINGAID
We will do business on any o the office telephone No. 24. Ac- On the Gulf highlands of the fam- Je' yur ,OIL : :
the above. counts opened by telephone will be ous Sarasota Bay district, South Flor-
payable the following day. dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late shippers ,
of grapefruit and oranges;heavy
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Every Home-Every Business- and early shippers of winter vegeta- .
O ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
Sentinel Want Ad. mate; invigorating salt air from the
gulf; pure water from flowing arte- .
sian wells this proved and tested
Wttkins Block PHONE 504 ; anR SNOATBENOrlando's
FOR SALE land, close to transportation, surrounded -
by prosperous groves and
farms, we offer at a low price on
FOR SALE-Income
-For FineWATCH producing straw- small payment down, balance ten
berry farm; crop goes with place;
at 6 cent. Large
CLOCK and once bring returns and will on continue your investment for four at now years to pick per from. Immense acreage leap in Largest and Cheapest
values will fellow. This special offeris
JEWELRY REPAIRING months. Will sell or exchange for
not to speculators, but ot those
city property. G. F. Foster, Star who will actually develop the land..
C. VATER Route No. 3 Orlando.
,
call on whois 3-5-6t Exceptionally fine class of residents FURNITURE HOUSECor.
coming in.
an expert at this trade FOR SALE-Small, established cash Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
grain and seed business; must sell CO..
with many years experience immediately to close estate. For
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.
terms, address Box 567 Orlando, Fla.; 2-21-lrooc Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
call 206 South
aj Youngs Repair ShopOpp. or 3-5-3t&wk Orange avenue.
FOK SALE
Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH
Terms to Suit Purchaser
FOR SALE-1914 Ford touring car; Good citrus and truck land, cleared, -

first class condition; extra equip- in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on -- ---- - ----
ment; a bargain. Will demonstratein brick road to be built this year, two -- -- ------ -
Orlando if desired. Be quick. F. P. miles from Orlando. Phone 10211 .r
Knowles Maitland, Fla. 3-4-6t rings, or white II. G. Jackson, R. F.D.
No.2, Orlando, for appointment.
FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, harness 2-14-ltoo
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER .
and buggy, at a bargain; good all
Office corner Orange Avenue and around horse and trusty. Also some .
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., household goods. R. E. Gray, R. F. D. FOR RENT Clearance Sale
No. 2, Highland Grove. 3-4-6t
Phone 419. FOR RENT-Small flat, morn con-

FOR SALE-41 acres land, 11-2 veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
miles east of Altamonte Station; Knox. 11-3-tf
about 15 acres cleared, and enough O.CGaS
BAKING POWDERDEMONSTRATION wire on the place to fence this; some NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
fine vegetable land; a number of nice to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
lakes around it. Price $650 cash. 10-25-tf '_
W. A. Branner, Maitland, Fla. ]

3-3-3t WANTED Heaters

FOR SALE-A good work horse;
WANTED-Good boy, about 14
years
The Calumet Com- guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- old, to carry paper route. Applyat
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.Hanson's this office. 3-2-tf

will have a lady Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo
pany
WANTED couple to take of
FOR SALE-Nice homes and orange a house furnished for housekeeping part few heaters left which do wish
demonstrator at our groves for sale. Worth the money. ; Having a we not to car-
temporary or permanent; very rea-
Maitland, Fla. W. B. Tucker Box
store all day Saturdayto 2-28-6t 73. sonable. Box 21, city. 3-2-6t ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

the of TO TilE ORLANDO TOURIST: WANTED-For M. E. S. S. orchestra, out during the month of March at the following prices:
prove purity If you decide to locate here, I have players-violin, clarinet, viola,bass.
a beautiful home site overlooking Call on or address A. A. Patch, at
their product. Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-6t
Colonial Park, near Amelia avenue;
3 large lots; $650 cash 'takes the $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
Be sure to attend this bunch. Address Owner Box 733. IF THE PARTY WHO FOUND the
2-28-6t three set diamond ring, which was
public demonstration. lost in the Arcade hotel, will returnit 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story to the manager a liberal reward ,
cottage, seven rooms and bath, will be paid and no questions asked.J. .
rCARUTHERS modern conveniences, roomy porches, Newton Jeffers. 3-4-4t 4.50 Heaters for 3.60 ;
. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
2-23-tf
& GORE ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf 3.50 Heaters for 2.80

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully t'I
equipped; speedometer Presto tank, TAKE THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at trip on your way home. Ask Estes. '

New Modern Grocery Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf 3-2-6t BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER. CENT 1

FOR SALE-Story: & Clark upright PALMS
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Phone 200 Weeks in the recent contest will be Now is the time to plant palms. .
sold for benefit of Baptist church We have the best assortment! of palmsto .
building fund. Piano may be seen be had. Also Griffing's Roses give t
6 and 8 East Pine St. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. results. W. II. Brokaw, salesman, J
Weeks, 10 Washington street. 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267. \
1-13-tfc 2-27-12tc .

FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar BUYERS AND SELLERSI ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO \I
in A-l condition; cheaii for buy, sell rent, and exchange real
5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. over 30 years. Have handled over GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished
1-4-tf $20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock

and tools best farm in county; variety FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and I
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- strawberries, phone II. McDaniel,
North and West"DIXIE to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor I
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- vegetables will be given low

er. 1-16-tfc prices. 2 20lmo'Umbrellas 1870 IMHM Mi HB MMMB MMHMMVi MH B -

FLYER" JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of recovered and repaired I R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
. "DIXIE LIMITED""SEMINOLE the most important items in success- "while wait," at Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStofei
ful growing of fruits and vegetables.Talk Shop, 21 you E. Pine St. Young's 2-4-lyrc Repair 132 Park Place, New York Finlev's
LIMITED" with II. McDaniel.. lIe has Wholesale Dealers and Commission .
made a success of growing both. lIe i
"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" Merchants in Florida Oranges Has always on hand a large and well seleddd

"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" brand.to His you.experience Phone 708.is worth something D. K. DavidsonGOLF and Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paint,

2-26-lm Represented by Brushes Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies. \

Pulman cars to Chicago,'St. Louis, I INSTRUCTOR Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING |
Louisville and intermediate seed, see J. L. Dean, Prop. City Orlando Country Club Liberal advances made on con-
points. Drug Store. 3-4-2wks signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT \

Dining Cars via FOR SALE Telephone No. 249. R. E. Cocnran President.T. .

75 acres suitable for citrus culture L. Turney, Treasurer. FINLEY'S PIONEER i I

and truck farming, bordering on a 1-22-2m
Atlantic Coast Line pretty lake and has one-half mile It Is Time PHONE 646 HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. brick road, this frontage being adapted -
To Plant Vines
for nice home sites; could be subdivided -
into 40 building plots 60x200
FOR HIRE
W. Fritot, D. P. A.. feet each, leaving about 60 acres for AUTO
Jacksonville, Fla. citrus fruits and truck farming; five Bignonia FIRST CLASS REP AIRIXG-
minutes walk to railroad station,
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., stores, hotel school and churches. Vinesta BARNARD & SON The 1 / arl et
When ;you consider location and good
Tampa, Fla.
transportation facilities with other BougainvilleaPalms 17 Hughey Street Jrlando Fla.
advantages the property's real valueis 12-10-lm OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
7500. It is owned by a non-resi-
dent who needs money. lIe author- and Ferns OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever FRESH AND SALT MEATS

gain. buys For further this property particulars gets, call a bar-on Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary condition

E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & VIOLET DELLGARDEN Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Davis building, corner Church street
CHIROPRACTOR
and Orange an:1uc. Orlando. and pure.

1-31-tfc :graduate Davenport College, 17 and We InriU-iiujpertipjULnd guarantee satisfaction. We have

DR. L H. RAMSDELu 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone everything in the Meat Line
LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. 209. Intelligent people everywhere
J. M. CARUTHERSPhone restored to health by.chiropractic
OPTOMETRIST Also furnished or unfurnished are being
ORLANDO - FLORIDAWE houses for summer rental. Price and 509. 408 South Lake St. adjustments, the new scienceof :HT. ZiVdC. Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, own- removing the cause of disease. Examination "
er, 215 South Main free. 12-24-lmo PHONE NO. 80
street.
opposite PINE '
AND DO ALL KINDS OF Methodist church. Phone 99. Agam we call your attention to the STREET:

OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-27-lmo ;. classified ads. Don't overlook the want ads.



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THE GUNNER'S BALLAD BY Maitland Mention MEMORIAL TABLET TO MR. S. 4

HIMSELF MAXWELL McINTYRELast ,


[following poem was written in Air. E. D. Brigham, assistant gen- Sunday in'the little chapel in
a t Ech in Flanders by Gunner Louis eral freight agent of the Chicago & Altamonte Springs, which was gener- .
Smith, of the British Royal; Field Ar- Northwestern railroad, who has been ously presented to that community by SATURDAY NIGHT BARGAINS !
tillery: spending the past month at the Mait him, there was unveiled a simple but
Our happy family consists of three- land Inn, returned to his home at most beautiful bronze memorial tablet -
The corporal, the bombardier, and me. Glencoe, Ill, Tuesday.A to Mr. S. Maxwell :\lcInt.re.The .
In various climes it's been fate
our meeting of the Maitland Improvement chapel had been most appro-
to roam,
Till here together we have found a Society was held at the priately decorated with palms and
home.It Maitland Inn Monday night. Plans for flowers by Mr. E. O. Marshall, of
isn't furnished in the latest mode, the further improvement of Maitlandwere New Hampshire, who lifted the THE BIG STORE!
But then we trust it ain't a perma-
nent abode. decided upon. wreath of. palms which concealed the
Mr. Harold Elliott Hersch, of Glen- tablet and the sympathetic congregation -
The roof was once, I think, a stable coe, Ill, returned home Saturday. He present saw in enduring bronze

Of straw's door;the carpet that adorns the has been spending the past month these most fitting words:

floor; with his parents, Cot and Mrs. Jas. S. :Maxwell Mclntyre: .
The walls are of a quite superior clay H. Hersch.Mr. Called home September 7th, 1914
and won't be lured lie was a good man.
That sticks to one,
Richard Thompson is visiting A losing tribute from Altamonte
away. Women the of this store. Every
appreciate
Adown those walls the melting snow his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. friends economy
is trickling, Johnstone. The Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper,
who with both sides of
And down the corporal's neck-his The ladies Maitland will hold a .of Philadelphia, a devoted friend of woman wants to buy every
moments are most tickling.
bazaar at the library Saturday after- Mr. McIntyre, conducted the memorial dollar she spends can do so by watching our adver-
We're somewhat limited for space, noon and it is hoped our near neighbors exercises. lie said that his friend and ,

'tis true; will calL brother had reared, by his generous tisements each will find
day. Every day
If I turn round so must the other two. you our
becomes General and Mrs. J. N. K. Davis and noble life in Altamonte and elsewhere -
And petting in and out a
bore leave Thursday for Fortress Monroe. a more lasting monument of prices decidedly lower than in any other store in town.
When one is rather wider than the They will be greatly missed, especially his worth and work than any of marble -

door. at the Inn, where they have been brass or bronze., lie pointed to
But still we're not too slow in taking
the: past two months. :\Mclntyre's strong character, pure

When cover those confounded German sou- Thity x>f the Maitland ladies and life, generous deeds, Christian conse- But Saturday Night From 7 to 10 P. M.
venirs come over. gentlemen,enjoyed a picnic at Wekiwa cration, and in his prayer thanked ,
Springs last Friday. The weatherwas God for all that this good man had
The In reminiscent corporal, the mood bombardier we sip our, and tea-me. fine and many enjoyed a swimin been in the home, in the social circle, We Offer Extra Special Bargains in order to crowdour

We harken back to Mons and Le the sulphur springs. in the business world and in the
,
*'1 wonder Cateau-what's become of SoandSo Among the late arrivals at the Mait- church. store with busy shoppers. It is not our word
land Inn are Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Har- The chapel was filled with devoted ..
I hear the? hobby Johnson's sent a ter, of Utica N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.G. friends, and Mrs. McIntyre, who was you have to take for this; come and see for yourself.

letter E. Francis, Syracuse, N. Y.; Mr. present, had a loving exhibition of
To that they took a blooming leg
say off, but he's better." and Mrs. II. T. Strong, Chatham, the respect and affection in which she:!.
N.- Y. and her departed husband have Always -

' "Pass done.up the" pozzy, if it's not all!: The guests of the Inn had the pleasure been held in Altamonte Springs. KIHKONS, all widths, in plain, Moire, 6 PIECES ALUMINUM SET, CONSISTS

But hark! "Eyes front! Turn out of hearing Miss Bromell and Mrs. Fancy floral, plaids and stripes, val-
and man your gun." I Alexander Saturday night. THE MYSTERY OF THE NEW ues up to 40c., Saturday night, OF-

There goes the tea, the jam is on the The dancing class met at the Inn YORK AVENDELS special _________________________19c
floor; Thrusday morning. One Perculator, worth regular3.25REAR I
"I've stuck again-my blessings on
this door- New York.-New York is never One Berlin Kettle with Cover, worthof
BARGAIN TABLE, one lot
Three thousand yards, corrector 1-6-2, There is much in the harmony of tired of discussing the mystery of the Ratine, fancy tissues, fancy regular _______________________$1.25
German friends, a
!
And "fire-my \Vendels. No has
souvenir for you._ color. Yesterday we noticed a hand- one ever suggestedan crepes and white goods, some of One Stew Pan, worth regular _______75c

some young lady going down Orange even probable in explanation America. of the them slightly soiled, values up to One Stew Pan, worth regular ________39c
Down falls the night, and also falls avenue. She wore a bright green strangest family .
50c. Saturday night special _______19c
One Pudding Pan worth _____49c
the rain; sweater and carried in her hand a big The four Wendel sisters have $60- regular

The sentries mount, we seek our home bunch of bright yellow nasturtiums.The 000,000. One Pie Pan, worth regular _________25c .
again; Three unmarried sisters live BLEACHED MUSLIN, full yard wide,
And, clinging close, the blessed harmonious contrast was very on -
soft finish, limit 10 yards to customer -
in
warmth to keep, marked. If her bouquet had been of Fifth avenue an antique $5,000 Full set of 6 pieces, worth regular, $6.38
Seek brief oblivion in a dreamless house on a lot assessed at $1,897,000. Saturday night special______oc.
blue the effect would have been
sleep, quite Special for Saturday night, limit
The fourth (married) lives on Central one

Till dawns trenches.the day upon the sodden different. Park West.The CHILDREN'S DRESSES, all sizes, to a customer _________________$3.19 ,
And calls to "Action front" our army four sisters have been enor- made of a good quality of Ging- -
known as French's. The legislature of the state of New mously wealthy from birth. Percales, all new '

York is about to pass a law requiringall They have never ridden in an auto. Ginghamsand, $1.50 values, Sat- A GOOD LAMP, complete, Saturday

Kodak will finishing be ready left at at 5 o'clock Robinson'sStudio the bakers to make loaves of bread They have never been on a yacht. urday night special ______________6Sc Night special, each _______________19c >"
next day. 3-3-tf weighing not less than 14 ounces net. They have never attended a theatre.
This seems unfair when so many peo- They have not been ina church for
Get the news in the Sentinel first. pe are fond of "light bread." twenty years. LADIES' WAISTS slightly soiled, MEN'S SHIRTS, all new styles, in
made of Crepes and Voiles, all .
They never wear any article of jewelry white and colors, coat styles, the
white, values up to $3.00, Saturday 1

night special-________________4Sc best shirt you ever bought for
11Hammond They have never used a telephone. $1.50, Saturday Night only ______$1.19
They have never used an elevator.

They never give a social entertain-

&Gore ment or receive callers.So .
far as known, they have never
given money to charity. Ladies' Shoes
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. High .

OLD HOFFMAN HOUSE TO GO

REAL VALUES LOW PRICES New York.-The old Hoffman $6.00 Patent Cloth Top, Wichert & GROCERY
House, famous for nearly half a cen-

COMPARE tury, and one of Manhattan's leading Gardiner ______________________$t.39
hostelries in the palmy days, is to go. DEPARTMENT
It will follow the equally famous $5.00 Patent Button Kid Top Wichert
OUR FURNITUREWe I Fifth Avenue hotel, the Bartholdi,
I and the other landmarks at Twenty- & Gardiner ____________________$3.18 Best Sugar Cured Hams, Saturday

provide the quality i of furniture that has long third, Broadway and Fifth avenue Night, per pound ________________18c
o been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the into that bourne from which no su-
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. perannuated hotel returns. Best Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,

It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We ca" 't make With the passing of the Hoffman Saturday Night, per pound ________20cMens'
clear-it is of the fouiidat stonesof
this point too one on
House, famed in song and story as
this business and that means much to buyer.
I any I well as in the hearts of the millions High Shoes Best Cream Cheese, Saturday night

who have in times past made the old per pound _______________________20c
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK place their temporary home, there
will be nothing left but Madison $6.00 Gun Metal, C. H. Alden ______$1.79 Best Maine Potatoes, Saturday Night

Cor. Orange Ave and Church St.. Orlando. Fla. Square Garden to remind the old- $6.00 Tan Calf, C. H. Alden ________$!.79 per peck _______________________20c
L J timers of the days when Twenty-

. r . third street was the heart of the
Great White Way, when Martin's, at

Twenty-fifth street, was almost the

JONES GOES JUST THE SAME, trict.northern limit of the night life dis- ROOF GARDEN THEATRE TO-NIGHT


Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
3-3-tf

FINE CATTLE FOR WEKIWA 4 REELS AT EVERY SHOW 4 '

My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen STOCK t RANCH

months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
Mr. Martin Doyle, who has chargeof Special Monday Sight with every paid admission a dish of
time it has.
same always the Wekiwa Stock Ranch, on the Hand's Pure Ice Cream will be Given Absolutely Free. 01

TIME TABLE St. Johns river, which was recently
purchased by Dr. W. F. Blackman, of I

Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans. The Jeweler.WEST Winter Park, was among the visitorsto Universal Specials-Serial.. reels. Hall. Leonard.
Orlando yesterday. Mr. Doyle is

BOUND EAST BOUD just back from a visit to points in MASTER KEY NO. 10 .

Read Down Read Up Georgia, where he recently purchasedsome
excellent stock for the ranch. "
I L-KO Ritchie. Orth.
I A.\I.: A.:\I. P. \1.: A.\1.: P.I.: P. 1\1.o Among the lot was six hundred head Comedy.

of sheep; 250 Red Essex and Poland
FATHER WAS A LOAFERRex
Orlando I 6,30 10.15 ,3:00 I 9.30 1.301 6.00 I hogs, and a fine lot of beef and stock

Ocoee :30 JJ .15 4:00 I S.3C 12.30, 5.00 cattle.
Winter Garden 7:45 I 11:30 4"30 8.15 12.15 I! 4.45 Mr. Doyle is very enthusiastic over Drama. Ben Wilson. F. Nelson.
_I the venture of Dr. Blackman and sees
Soo--- 8.00
Oakland 0
.' 4:30 4.,
nothing ahead but success. They THE PHANTOM WARNING
have over four thousand acres under

I fence best selected in one of locations the most for fertile stock and in ''I Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, 5c. and lOc

THERE'S A REASON the South. I
Mr. Blackman, who has been in the
North looking over the field for the I

WHY best to be had, returned Saturdayfrom
New York state with several

YOU CAN SAVE fine brood mares. Y owe Duckworth Co.


A Jacksonville man has been arrested -
and heavily fined for insultinga Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."

$10 to $Z0e woman over the telephone. He
must have called her up and yelled
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LOCAL AND PERSONALMrs. f

W
J. E. Wheeler and Mrs. A. Sut-
ton, of Clermont, were among the visitors -
r to Orlando yesterday.Mr. ea4Q t ,:1 Ia

and Mrs. James Johnston of '
Kissimmee spent yesterday in Or- -= -
lando with relatives and friends. I VVb
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Attorney C. P. Dickenson left yes-
terday for Jasper on professional business ,
He expects to return Sunday. ctvr- ti

SAVE IN SAFETYDon't Among: the prominent Floridians IJak a
visiting Orlando yesterday were Mr.
H. L. Bethel Tallahassee and Mr.
hide about the
savings {
away your
Chas. V. Miller Ocala. /
. house waiting until you have a large amount rsa
Mr. J. F. Schumann returned yes-
Think of SAFETY FIRST terday afternoon from Lakeland,
where he had been to look after busi- ;
Whenever have dollar : :-
you a or more bringit ness matters. :
in and deposit it here in The State Bank.It .
Mrs. Joseph Ham arrived in Orlan- 4OLD'L
will be secure and begins to earn 4 per
do
yesterday afternoon from Charlotte -
A5
cent. N. C., and is the guest of Dr. _--I
Savings Acounts may be opened any busi- and Mrs. John W. Stagg.A t 'r f

ness day with $1 or more. GOOD TURKEY DINNER will --1's! : t
be served at Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room
Sunday, March 7th. Reserve places.
3-6-2t t ; MEMBER FIDEBAL RESERVE .
The State Bankof ST5TIM OF BANKS
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hess of New York ,
city, arrived in Orlando yesterday and
are pleasantly located at the San
Orlando Juan during their visit. THE "FEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM OF

WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE IBEST BANK- II
Transients registering at the San ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
/ Juan yesterday include Frederick
I- Gunster, Birmingham; J. C. Honaker THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS OF
Draper, Va.. and J. S. Hassaldme GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE
Lancaster Ky.
GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
/
Mr. W. A. Slauter has sold his WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAK-
home on Kuhl avenue to Mrs. Anna SECURITIES TO "
ING OUR OUR DISTRICT FEDERAL RE-
penner, of Hoboken N. J., who will
remodel the house and beautify the SERVE BANK.
place for her residence.Mr. YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT

YOU ARE DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
and Mrs. Edward Rector of WHEN
Chicago' and Miss Mary Rector of BANK WITH US.
\Washington, D. C., are located at the
San Juan hotel for an indefinite s0journ. -

The Peoples National BanK"IT'S

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Webster of .
- -- ---- -- - -
Philadelphia, who have been stopping -
AIIIIMMIiiillllMiiillllllllllllllMMMMMiUMRMS in Orlando for a few days at one A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
of the local hotels departed yester-
day for their home in the Keystone ,
State. They will visit Daytona and
S1. Augustine en route.
RugsI =
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Tracey and little -
daughter, Mabel arrived in Orlando -
yesterday afternoon on the
'Tampa Special coming from Albany
: N. Y., and are located on West Central Orange City Water ____________________________25c. half gallon

I avenue for a month's sojourn. Poland WaterBenscott ________________________________________________
COST AND This is' their initial visit to Florida
and while they viewed yesterday at .., Lithia V'ater40c.. half gallon; $1.50 for.5 gallons
a decided know
very disadvantage Harris Lithia Water _
----------------------- ---- ---------
they will be pleased.Mr. ; 1
...... White Rock, pints and splits ______ _
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LESS and Mrs. F. L. Simmons and tr1 Vichy Celestine from France ._. .
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son, George have arrived in Orlando
f o : Appollinaris in quarts, pints and splits .. _
from Northville Mich., to visit Mr. ::a -- ----- ----------
and Mrs. J. A. Abberger at their Openta
C::: -----------------------------------------------------

home Liberty on streets.the corner Mr. Simmons of Church is and one ,. Huyyedi Janis ____________________ ---------___________

ALL SIZES AND PATTERNS of the most extensive fruit and pro- CO Red Raven Splits, ___________________ ________________u_
duce in the o
business.
men engaged
These estimable people are here on ( ) Rubinat from Spain ________________--______.?________-__
the fifth visit and have a score of > <: Abilena Water
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friends who are pleased to see them. 0:> :x: > Veronica Water __________________________-_____ ____________
Included in this sale.Don't
The has been
1 news just received in
Orlando of the death of Mr. Coulter, *> 50 A PARTIAL LIST OF THE WATERS THAT CAN BE HAD ATt97&s
father of Mr. Chas. F. Granniss, NU'J
purchase your which sad event occurred in Bridge-
port, Conn., the middle of last month. O

Floor Coverings until gentlemen The deceased, and was a prominent a most manufacturer excellent- P ll

in the Nutmeg State. Many I & PharMacy J
friends will regret to hear of his demise COO
you have seen our lineS family.and extend condolence to the

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Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Burke were included -

W \Will S Save You come in the in arrivals on the Tampa yesterday Special., having ,

y n MoueyS n J they Their lando have who home a is number in Montpelier of friends Vt.in, and Or- !I PHONE 20

are glad to see them. They II
report the weather as being extremely I
bad back home and did not improve -
very much until they landed in _

this so the city.wind"Never don't mind blow the" said weather Mr. -

Qoar H llan nd i San Burke. t w


WAR IS ARE OVER CONCERNED.AS FAR AS AT PRICES

FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY
Special for SaturdayTop
WEST PINEArtistic Notch bread is the staff of '
____________ "' '
life 7 loaves for $ .25 MARCHOne I' ,. ,
Quaker corn flakes package__ .25
,' MIMMMMMMMIIMM MMMMIMIIIMtIMMMIMMMMIillMMilillililli. 25 barrels in 24-lb. sacks best 1 .'.. >:'It- ; j.
pastry flour will be sold at, ':;
the sack nnnnu__ 1.00 important lesson emphatically I R ',- ;
10 cases large pail Snowdrift I
lard each __________________ 1.00 taught by the i "
Apples per peck ______________ .35 .,. ..,...,.-.j .
Souvenirs 16 lbs. sugar for ______________ 1.00 "Month of Storms" c .
1 doz. small Pet Van -
cans ( or '.1
Camp) milk u______________ .45 .,_ ,.., : : ..I
1 doz. tall cans (Pet or Van \ .'
Camp) milk ________________ .95 is the necessity for prepara,1 ; :
Best sweet peas per doz. __ 1.10 ) 1
u
1 doz. cans corn _u___________ 1.00 tion. A ,.;,\ '
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand j : 1 doz. cans tomatoes __________ .75 '
6 cans tall pink salmon ________ .60 Account "
6 cans sardines _______________ .25 Sayings jL
Painted China, Crumb Trays and"many 3 cans pork and beans ________ .25
2 cans 2-lb. size Van Camp's pork often stands between the .
other useful and beautiful articles typi- : and beans __________________ .25 pos- -
,, Red kidney beans _____________ .10 sessor and the storms of life. \

cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea j All Macaroni soups,and per spaghetti doz. ____,_3__for__n-__ 1.00.25 Surplus dollars placed in a

9 lbs. grits or meal _--___-_--_ .25 i
source of great delight to your friends ; Cotton seed meal a sack _nn_ 1.45 Account sin
Rest oats per sack n__nnn 2.40 Savings
"back North." We also a complete ; Best chicken feed, per sack--___ 2.30
carry ____
Cotton seed hulls per sack .65
____ this institution accumulate JI1:
Stock powder per package .20
line of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair Onions per lb. _______________ .03 rapidly and earn dividends at :
: Irish potatoes per bushel __nn .85 '
Department is in chargelof most 6 packages U. S. Marine smok- the rate of 4 cent. -
; competent ing tobacco _________________ .25 per -
: :J;: plugs Schnapps tobacco ______ .25
workmen. 3 packages Prince Albert smok- "
ing tobacco _________________ 25


:.: 6 6 packages packages tobacco: Piedmont Bull--__Durham___cigarettes25_____smoking --___- .25 Or1RllO B Bank & Trnn C GOMDaIIYu n

3 plugs: Brown Mule tobacco__ .25
T. E[ EVANS We have two tons smoked and dry 9
salt meats, breakfast.. bacon, hams '
picnic shoulders boneless shoulders p
and boiled hams which we will sell at
JEWELERniMMilMIMIitlMll close prices. We have Red Bliss seed
potatoes. ..
FORAGE GROCERY CO.
....' ,. I."' _. .. r Phone 638. 21 W. Church St. I -S -S

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