Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00503
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 9, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00503
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Admiralty Does Not Feel Kindly Towards the Captured Officersand j
Men of Sunken German Submarine, and It Is Hinted SENT CARRANZA A DEMAND: REPRESENTATIVE IN MEXICO I
Treated Pirates Members of WHICH IS REGARDED BY THE CITY. '
They May Be as Zep- Ticked Off Wire

pelin Crew Killed-British Steamer Also Sunk- HERE AS AN ULTIMATUM RANZA'S NOTIFICATION TO THE
At Late HourAthens
From the Battle Front

ACTION. ALONE. commissioner to Crete, declared I Which Is Published in by
London, March -8.-The batteries of three of the forts, the
Dardanos Roumeli Tabia Hamidiechi all Sentinel-Retiring -
Medjidieh, defendingthe
narrows of the Dardanelles, have been silenced and the reduc- dent Woodruff
tion came as a climax to two days bombardment by the Franco- IN MEXICO CITY MUST NOT BRYAN'S ACTION. forming the Venizelos cabinet which
British fleet. BE LEFT TO THE MERCY OF A THE STATE DEPARTMENT: ANNOUNCED resigned because the crown council Gave ReportAt

The official announcement of this important fact was made by 'OB. THAT THE DIPLOMATIC decision was to remain neutral. Tha

the British admiralty tonight and has caused great delight. Five CARRANZA WAS. TOLD THAT CORPS IN MEXICO CITY king then summoned M. Gounaria, a the annual meeting of
THE UNITED STATES LOOKS TO WOULD REMAIN THERE. AN member of the chamber of deputies, of Trade last night Chas. Dow,
of the ships of the immense allied fleet were struck by Turkish
shells TIM: TO AFFORD THE AMERICANS : EARLIER DISPATCH HAD BEEN to the royal palace. cashier of the Peoples ,
during but no serious damage was done to any
of them. One :
ship struck was the superdreadnaught, Queen Eliz-
abeth. I IEAVY FALL OF SNOW IN TEXAS L. Giles succeeding -
PROTECTION. VERA CRUZ, STATING THAT CAR ruff, the retiring president; W.
Greece May InterveneRome Austin Tex., March 8.-The heavi-
8. The situation
i in Greece is
grave. Correspond- 'st fall of snow ever known this late
._ : _
DOES NOT GIVE THE UNITED COME: TO THAT CITY. cy," was elected secretary -
cuts aeciare me deadlock between King Constantine and many of n the season covered central and
his -- - - ----- ---- --- urer, succeeding C. E. who
advisers regarding the country's intervention in the war re- outh Texas today. March corn was

sulted from antagonism between the ruler and Elutherios Venizelos Barons' President Now Head Of 'The up and fruit trees were in bloom. The moved that the nomination Mr.
Estes be dosed. The the
premier in the cabinet which resigned yesterday after its dec- temperature is still above freezing.
laration in favor of joining the allies other officers was J. II..
was frowned on by the king. Southern League
Other Reese being elected -
correspondents declare the intervention
side of the allies already has been agreed upon and that the I dent, J. P. Holbrook second -

parent crisis was arranged artificially to make it easier for King ap- St. Petersburg, Fla., March 8.- ident, and C. E. Johnson vice- '

Constantine to decide against Germany, to which he has felt under I The Chicago Cubs defeated the Phil- president. In'the election] of president 1

some obligations for family and political reasons. "- lies, 8 to 5, this afternoon in the M. O. Overstreet 4)t **!

The influence of Germany is supposed to have been responsible opening practice game of the Reason. Jas. L. Giles', and V. W. nom-

in a considerable measure for Greece obtaining nosse ion of '(The Birmingham Barons will play I inated Chas. P. Dow. The l'

IT 1\-ala and Saloniki on the Agean he Phillies here tomorrow.) elected were Dr. C. D. C. E. .
sea at the end of the Balkan]
\,'::.r. Howard, and W. W. Rose. j ji

i S. A. Johnson moved a of
May Treat German Sunivors asPirates I DEATH OF MRS. HULL 1 1 j thanks to President Secretary -
Howard, and the j
Mrs. George T. Hull died at the '
for their faithful service.
London March I
8.The admiraltydoes McEwan I
sanitarium Sunday night at Well! Known Citizen ExpiresI reports were read by the
not feel justified in extending an 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Hull i
had been
honorable op- I Sunday Night-Inter- president and secretary. The !
treatment the
to 29 officers
grated j
on in
Saturday the hope of I
and men of the sunken German submarine prolongin gher life. I ment Will Be in president then introduced new
U-8 i KentuckyRobert president, C. P. Dow, and meet-
on the ground that they Mr. and Mrs. Hull had a beautiful F 1
were guilty of attacking and I ing adjourned.
sinking home on the Pine Castle
an unarmed merchantman.This just j,n L. McSwain, 46 years old, Among the important business j'
outside G
I the and
were highly re | at the meeting was
is the significant statement is- spected people.Mr. E ?F? died Sunday night at the home of hisI ing: -

sped tonight by the official press bu I Hull with the body of his wife I mother, Mrs. J. B. Wilson, on SouthI Ordered that publication madeof
The West street. Several weeks the the intention of bill
reau. statement fails to make i left last night for I ago a
N. Y.,
| to legislature for a levy
clear exactly what treatment will be': deceased was stricken wiht a severe attack -
home, where the burial for publicity purposes; a bill the
extended to the captured (;ermans.. will occur. f of heart trouble and for a time it same purpose in the city to be

Lord Charles Beresford recently || Mr. Hull will appeared that he would regain his presented but no -
remain in the North v
asked the prime minister of the houseof all r. health, but all efforts failed and death sary.
summer and wishes
through the :;; Ordered that the Board
whether came Sunday.
commons the
of the
crews Sentinel
to express his sincere thanksto a bill to be drawn for the the
German submarines which sank un- neighbors and friends for the many The remains were shipped yesterday city commissioners in the of

r.rmed merchant ships without warn- kindnesses extended him to Bowling Green, Ky., for inter- certificates due for street in
and his wife. ,
ing would bet reated as pirates. 'I Mrs. Clara ment :Mrs. George Keller and :Mrs order that they may be sold a
Hull was 30 years old. three year plan, that 'he city secure
Asquith replied that the government :born: in Sherburne, N. Y. Fourteen Anna Lee Warren, a sister, accompanying relief in order to its

had the matter under advisement I years ago she was married to George them to the final resting place. work.

and was not then prepared to i j jT. Hull. She also leaves to mourn : _ The deceased was born at Grenada, (' mitte? on rai' -oad reported -
announce its policy. her Miss, :March 21, 18.0. He removedto suspension of action
memory an aged mother
a sister certain improvements the
The official report of the sinking of and Orlando 9 years ago from BowlingGreen
., three brothers, all of New York. I A. C. L. railroad.
the U-8 and the capture of its crew I i The deepest sympathy of ; Ky., and is survived by his Summer baseball project Da.'--

riven out tonight states that the submarine i i I friends with many : mother, Mrswarren, his sister, and tona board of trade was .
go :Mr. Hull. Te Birmingham, Ala.Iarch S.-RoM. II. Baugh. president of the Birmingham Letter of commendation ti
two brothers, in
was destroyed March one Georgia and one
4 the
by ceased Seaboard '
was a kind and lovable de-I railroad the
upon -
( Baseball Association, was elected president of the SouthernLeague I
in California.
destroyers Gurkha and Maori. j and had many friends in Orlando.SHO'C tion of the Orlando booklet re'.
the late at meeting of the
succeeding Judge Katanaugh a league I He was assistant cashier for the The Sentinel regrets its to
I directors held here today. publish Mr. Woodruff's However
Orlando Bank -
and Trust
Members Zeppelin Crew Killed I I TO DEATH I j company for
This Hill be pleasing news to the Barons, who. are now in Orlando for he called attention to work
'I several
London, March 8.-An Exchange Everett Bruden and Pinkey Sloan l years, and at the time of his of the past year and the
Telegram dispatch from Amsterdam ;' shot and killed Charles Johnson at I the training season.NEGROESCOME death was associated with the Citrus trade body had been liberally -

says that when the Zeppelin L-8 was '( Winter Park Saturday night. Johnson I Exchange. He was a member of the ed.
wrecked at Tirlemont, east of Brussels !! was twenty-eight years old. All I Elks and that organization has assisted !. Secretary report Howard as follows given :by

( last Friday 17 members of the :i were negroes. Sheriff Gordon arrested TO GRIEF IN CHIEFSMITH'S in every way during his long ill Annual Report of -

crew were killed. The gondola air- j one of the slayers and the other sur- nes I Orlando Board of
rendered to :M. M. j Short funeral services held : The Orlando Board of for
ship which was returning from a raid Smith, who brough'him were at the
.1914-15, cvrrent ending
on points in northern France fouledon I to Orlando. I the home yesterday afternoon, being'conducted year March 1, has directly indi--

a clump of trees. The crash came POLICE DRAGNET MONDAY I' by Rev. Stagg. The pall rectly accomplished more even

with such force that the airship broke I CAPT. ROBINSON IMPROVED[ I I bearers were Messrs. M. O. Over- some of the members are More

in two. The German report that theirS I I( For several days the county clerk's i ij -- I' street, C. :M. Brodwater, John E. Turner ;i that might co-operation have been done on the had been the

(which l room at the court house Dr. D. E. Drennen, T. H. Evans ,
has ,
a new Zeppelin) men- been With the arrest of four negroes pang, and the Yowell-Duckworth De entire membership that the )
tioned no casualties, and said the somewhat dismal and gloomy owing Store raided. and M. J. Daetwyler. iTo j i i ready members evidence.
of the most desperategangs partment company were
yesterday one The work has
been done
damage to enforced absence of Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Warrenthe
to the Capt. Robinson
ship was slight and re Chief Smith yesterday recovered
and the
of looters and robbers that as in
the genial community unites with the Senti-
pairable. county clerk, who is
I fourteen pairs of shoes, most of which former years, and appears :
confined to his home with la grippe. ever operated in Orlando or vicinitywas were ladies' shoes, and several packages nel in an expression of sympathy. There was pledged and
Last night he was reported to be bet- broken up and today in all prob- the Orlando and Indian river
English Steamer Sunk ter. ability they will be given a hearing in of hams. Three of the negroes . . . . . . . . . the sum of $500, the total being
London ,
March 8.The admiralty had been working at the Gulf Refining $2.500.
criminal court, and will receive pun- BOOST THE BARONS-GO TO '
officially announces that the British 1 I company, and yesterday Chief i The Board assisted in in -
steamer Bengrove II Rollins College yesterday defeated ishment that will be a lesson not onlyto THE GAME: TOMORROWThe : tainment of the State Asso-
of Liverpool, was I Southern Smith found a carton containing eleven .
sunk ( College at Winter Park in them but to all other crooks in and j ciation.
probably the result of beingJ empty shoe boxes.
The Lake Editorial
torpedoed a hotly contested game by the score around this section. I Birmingham Barons will i Region -
) March 7th, and that her tion was officially recognized.The
crew was picked up by the steamer I of 7 to 6. Rose pitched and Taylor The four negroes arrested yesterday -I CRIMINAL COURT GRINDS AWAY play the Philadelphia :National I I Board pledged and the

Paignton, the Bengrove caught for Rollins. The battery for were Delwood Price, Doc Mayes, League team at the fair grounds 1 sum of $2,000 for a cigar site. '
having a car I Southern was Shannon and and Dave Martin and tomorrow It arranged for winter by
go of coal. King. on Sunday Criminal court was in session yesterday and Thursday. Be a |

I'j Rollins will play Southern again today night Elijah Williams was captured, and law was rapidly adminis booster and buy your season tickets I i the It Birmingham secured a write-up League.of by

THE j at Winter Park at 3 o'clock. JohnS. all arrests being made by Chief of tered. W. B. Shirley was given six at T. II. Evans', the San Juan I, the Florida Grower.

WEATHER Foley, manager, has a good team Police Wm. Smith, and his deputies. months in jail by Judge Fish of De- hotel, or of Jas. L. Giles. The 1! It recommended the by .I II

Florida: Fair Tuesday. this year and merits patronage. Several weeks ago a freight car on Land who presided in that particular Barons are in excellent trim and I county the county papers commissioners for six 3,000

day fair in east and south; Wednes New music. The latest popular edition the S. A. L. siding was broken into case. Shirley was connected with the so are the Phillies. See the game I U rented the rooms for '

probably rain in unsettled' "The Tale the Teardrop Told."- and boxes consigned .to T. O. Brown, shooting-up of the Morton H.. Jones by all means-and buy a ticket. J Headquarters at a rental of per
northwest. Curtis & O'Neal Dickson-Ives . . . . . . . . .
k I. Orange avenue. Store com- bus several months ago. I (Continued on page 4)f

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-- 34 YEARS AGO New York.-"Instead of making I :I Wanted to Buy | |I

THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Thirty-four years ago last JanuaryV. women workers dance when they do

D. Gorsline landed in Jacksonville, not want to dance, and showing them ,i'
West and Church Streets from :Millers Mills, N. Y. lie was a how to save money when the poor : Iron Black Whippcorwill Clay and
Splendid service, Iixceller.t iooni Hot and cold water. Oneof the Lest ,
guest of the late United States Treasurer things have to make the j
week and ecial pennies
> rates to
cooks in the s.ate. Rates il.W per up. fcj parties Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. Francis E. Spinner, under President stretch to buy food, why don't the up-

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. Lincoln, for two weeks; then lifters do something that really will
sailed up the St. Johns river to Sanford help them? SALE
or Mellenville; then by rail on "Instead of preaching about why
ROSSMORE INNWindermere a narrow gauge railroad to Winter girls go wrong and telling them how-
Park, where he was a guest of the to be saved, why not remedy the underlying Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent.
Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
late lion. Lewis Lawrence, who had afine cause of evil-wages?
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric place and grove just out of the "Some people say they would like and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with town limits. The place now belongsto to try to live on $6.00 a week and

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish Dr. Coffin, and is in fine condition. show the girls how absurdly easy it I : : Prices Right, Drugs Pure, Seeds Fresh jj
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. When he reached the depot he was is, but they only are experimenting. I

met by Mr. Lawrence with one horse arid not. suffering the real thing with ,
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and a buckboard wagon and taken to no square meal at the end of the ex- j
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn his place where he was highly enter- periment. iI j

tained. Those were some of the outspoken i City Drug Store
Orlando Florida Pocono !Manor Pa
Now for the contrast. This week sentiments expressed at "Women I I t ,
the said Dr. Coffin took me in his I and "- J.res" mass meeting at Cooper |
J. W. HURLEY Ford auto from his office in the college Union. They showed the feelings of J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FI.ATHERE'S

MANAGERVISIT town to lunch with him at the the woking women, and had some of I : ,
same place, where I went thirty-four "the "uplifters" been there, they mightnot 1I..1e II" I" [ g 01..11.1111110 .1111.1..11.11. . ..

in a buckboard.The have liked all they heard.
years ago
next two years I spent in Orlando I
; then the years of the freeze. Take your Kodak films to Robinson. I'
On main road four miles east of Clermont and three miles
country west of 3-3-tf :
Then this is the fifth winter that I A REASON
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. have been here at the Arcade, and

: Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto have visited most every part of thereat An ,Appeal by Dr. Sheridan I
wonderful Steel Motor and Row Boats well
"Boiling Springs. equipped,
state, and I honestly believe Dr. Wilbur F. Sheridan, general WHY
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. I ,
Orlando, take it all in all, is the best secretary of the Epworth League,
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier
place for us Northerners to spend our told of the reinforcements coming I
i f Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing winters. from the "East, through the youth." j YOU CAN SAVElOto$20 :

t purposes. and from other quarters, from busi-

ness, courts, science, colleges p
1 --- -- ---------- --- Kodak finishing left at Robinson's newspapers .
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the and the church, to the forces $
next day. 3-3-tf
which have been engaged in the war-

r We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando fare upon alcohol.
"The liquor traffic, far reaching as
Prepared by our New York Cook ASSOCIATION -
r commerce, and remorseless as thegrave

e:I 108 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 Members of the Michigan society, ,,subsidizing dictating newspapers politcs, terrorizingtrade munic- ... ADDED JOI<

the "Wolverine Association," organized I ipal courts, city councils and state

F r Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water at Tourist Headquarters Saturday legislatures, and bidding open defiance ; Z To the letters you*receive -
include: to all law, human and divine- z

EMPIRE HOTEL Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kenyon, Howell I here is an evil so vast, so gigantic, as if they are writtenon

; Alice E. Lynch, Detroit; Chas. W. to challenge the heroism of every
stationery that i is of
\v. Wide and wife, Gand Rapids; Mr. lover of God and man," he declared.
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms
and Mrs. O. D. Saunders, Lansing; "Never before in the history of the fine quality and correct

! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stanbrook, Lansing nation have the moral forces of our 1
l Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round ; Miss Alice L. Saunders, Lansing country had before them so clearly shape.

i European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite ; Mrs. Bell Kipp, Powomo; Mr. defined and so great an objective.And :c. s HIGHLAND LINEN
and Mrs. II. C. Smith, Sparta; Mr. never before in the history of =t
; 1..4 ) 3,1" -" and Mrs. E. C. Swift, Nashville; G. the Republic have the forces of good fills every requirementof

W. Gajlatin Nashville; Mahlon Gore, been so completely fused and massed the most exacting
<< Orlando, Fla.; George Varian, Elsie; to ether. For be it remembered that
: Irs. Geo. Varian, Elsie; Mrs. A. A. good men were found on both sidesof customer because it is

Patch, Capac; Mrs W. H. Parker, StJohns the slavery issue. But today the "CRANE'quality..
North and South, F IIl I
good men of both
E. II. Milan
; Mrs. Coos, ; Mrs.
Ida Callis, Milan; A. M. Callis, Milan; of every political party, are arrayed CAD \V. S. Branch'
this destroyer 1 1Lllfl'J1lli
together against common
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Kinsella, Grand

Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Frank laden shoulder, and for are the marching nation-wide shoulder destruction to- ] THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

and daughter, Boyne City; Mr. and .
of the saloon.
Y :Irs. John WeatherwaT, Grand Rapids -

y THE ARCADE HOTELJ. ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Brown, CONTRACTORR. T t

r Grand Rapids; Mrs. LaVerne Spaf-
B. MAGRUDER, Jr.. Prop. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see .1
ford, Grand Rapids; Miss Ella Russ, before letting contract, if you are going Special Priced For Special Reasons (
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos Vayand; C. D. Carpenter, Wayland; to build and want the best house 1
John Sherk, Mayville; Judge R. Bar- possible for money invested.
t in Building in Connections num, Coats Grove; Mrs. Jennie Hutch- P. O. Box* 195. LPhone 478. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 I

Orlando. Fla. ins Paw Paw; Wm. L. Coryell, Pontiac 2-18-1moc full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
and Post Office. In addi-
blocks of Public School, close to Depot
f ; llrs.Iary S. Coryell, Pontiac; Although "Buffalo" nickels have tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on

i Arthur D. Sanborn, Petoskey; Flavel been coined for months, they are very the investment of from 10 tel 23; per cent, according to crop and

.T. Smith, Petoskey; Edward L. Benn, rarely found in circulation here."Lincoln" market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
t My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
I J.
Cuandaga; Baker Lansing; pennies, which made their
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of. .
ORLANDO 'ROOFING ferri Kipp, PewamO; II. McMunn, appearance several years ago, are land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
Adrian; R. S. Cuthbertson, Pontiac; now as common as any kind and apparently jrarden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new I
AND I'aY.. Leach and wife, Petoskey; as plentiful in circulation.The Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for .
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- I '
:Merle Leach and wife
. METAL Petoskey. 500, and will give possession' in 30 days.
SHEET CO. only thing that prevents many To any agent that sells the above described property for me I

FIGHT TO RETAIN NAME OF people from attending the Panama- will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list

JUMEL MANSIONNew Pacific exposition is the selfish refusal the property at will or to sell it myself.
" Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos of their friends to lend them I
the I
York.-And money.
now they want to
I and Rubber Roofings change the name of the Jumel man- BOX 3': WINTER PARK, FLORIDA ,

t sion, one of the famous landmarks of Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
Cornices Skylights Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings the American revolution. ,
D. K. DavidsonGOLF
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Cabot Ward, park commissioner,
ORLANDO has asked the board of aldermen to
Wcrks: 14 E. Church St. INSTRUCTOR
rename the historic house in Washington 'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'I'I'IIII.tiREAL

Heights, overlooking the Harlem Orlando Country Club

river, and call it Washington's
I Telephone No. 249. ESTATEWe
Headquarters. He urges it would be

I more fitting to name the ancient mansion -
which is one hundred and fifty

II/Ill/ ; years old this year, after the man --
who made it famous, rather than the The lot advertised for $1200,

; Santo Domingo coffee planter who with a reduction of 100.00, if bud: sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

11 i\,1\1r\ r once During owned a it.part of the war of the buyer would build, was boughtby you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

': revolution, the building was the head-
';1111 quarters of Gen. George Washington, Mr.. Samuel Brice of New and talk your wishes over with us.

I I and that is why the city of New York York. We have decided to of- f
The of this firm has had of
,1 owns the house and grounds and manager years experience
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'- it show fer another one.
keeps as a place.
I, I .. >>, I II dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

I :!! p6 t' i..1
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lij Greece to Remain Neutral million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
Corner lot well located. Side-
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r two
London, March 6.-A dispatch from North- years.
r r\ walks, water, lights, gas.
t kt,< 1S-1f ; Athens was received at 11 o'clock to- take We are well posted on the values of all classes and
, !, .,.. ... J.' to. .. night, and states that the Greek ministry east. $1000.00. Will $600

I I 1 ::9.t .!.'._."t "" '" . ......ft.. I II 1 1I has resigned. if buyer will build within one kinds of.Florida property. We want listed with us all
, : ' : This action follows i
I .. a meeting of:
1P'1, ', i\i\ 1';'. ;:; -.. y -110I "., ,\ ; : 'I, the crown council at which the attitude -I year. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

'IL *, .' .. ''i'h' of the nation to
\\1 -J''h. 4" "" .. war was dis
;, r' ,I jo. ", ...' ",... "..,_I'p'' ;, __ cussed. Estate Bargains.
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t\'I: .oA % =
i'r'! :- _.rr !: Earlier dispatches from Athens
\ ..1 I ; --- ., .... t 1 I-j stated the decision of the council was
If-- t being awaited with extreme
>- .:.: .x.: .... '::::-;:: i -- c .r..r...: anxiety.
It was believed that the council would i

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your decide on intervention, in which event CARL DANN i SNARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR.

J. health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and mobilization would be the order.

proper strength of the drugs you take. According to the Greek newspaper,

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and "Hestitia," if the council decided WARING, Manager
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. against joining the war, Premier Ven- REAL ESTATECOMPANY

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round izelos and his cabinet would resign. Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115.tf
and you will never go anywhere else for them. The fact that the cabinet has resigned -

is, therefore, interpreted here
as indicating for the moment at least

REXALL STORE Greece has decided to remain neutraL .. .. . .11..11..1. . .& . . . . ..,
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::14 IMPRESSED BY streets, churches, schools, business "THE RED WIDOW" ly they have ceated nothing which

ORLANDOMr. places.Ir.. Harger said "this is has received a more hearty welcomein

where I want to live," and immedi- Suppose you had a passport per Chicago where it ran for an entire .Lucerne Theatre.,

ately purchased a beautiful lot and mitting you and your wife to enter reason, and the same enthunsiasm
Mrs. M. E. Harper have
and will next fall erect a beautiful bun- Russia. prevails on the road tour. Soma have ONE NIGHT ONLY
home in Miles, Mich.,
returned to galow and other improvements. Mr. Suppose that, at the last moment, I attributed its charm to the capable
Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
after touring have visited several and all of Harger has got the capital and he something happened to keep your 1 company, others to its abundance of TUESDAY, MARCH 9thThe I
Harper wife from accompanying Sup- tuneful numbers the story itself has
addition to
will make a welcome our you.
the best towns in Florida, looking fora Social and :Musical Event of the Season ,
pose then, that a girl came to you to been pronounced of sufficient inter-
rapidly growing city.UNITY
winter home, and Ira W. Leach, of Thp x Y" A tnr Theatre Tritimoh I Ie Ir
-- -- say that her aunt had been killed in est to stand without the aid of music,
f I. whom Mr. Harger is a personal CIRCLE St. Petersburg and that she could not I,and many have waxed enthusiastic in
induced him to look at Orlando -
1 Dr. Hardy Clark, Waterloo,Iowa, I get across the border for a last fare- :discussing its scenic beauty. I
and after looking our
i I will speak on "The Home Training of well because she had no passport. The story relates of a bouyant col-
beautiful Mr. Harger remarked
city Children," at Unity Circle Wednesday -I Suppose that she proposed that for I I legt youth who accepts a position as I
that this the place he was lookingfor I
afternoon. one hour-just one hour while you life saver at the famous hotel, "The
and just found it.Ir.. Leach took I ,
---- were crossing the frontier-she masquerade -I Breakers," at Palm Beach, although
him around the city and showed him 1 An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
: as your wife. ..he knows nothing of the art of swim-
several beautiful homes, our paved: 1 I at Kobinson's Studio. 3-3-tf I
Suppose she seemed to be in great ming.
i trouble. Smitten with the chams of a pret-

___ et And, of course, suppose she were ty girl, who by the way is an heiress Book and Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf, t

rl pretty. that does not permit her heart to run Authors "The Beauty Shop," "My Best Girl" "The t

1 What would you say? away with her head, the collegian Perfect Lady," Etc. Music by" Charles Gebest.

I You'd probably say yes; just as did after a gentle hint that his lack of t

Hammon&are I Cicero Hannibal Butts to Anna Var- this world's goods is a barrier to suc- A Splendid Company of SO

vara in "The Red Widow" and if the I cess in love, stumbles into the worldof INCLUDING i

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I' subsequent consequences proved the magic. I
same, you would probably have the Through the mythical influence ofa WILLIAM PRUETTE Jr.-LIUIAN LUDLOW I

VALUES LOW PRICES liveliest hour of your young life and blooming century plant he is turned America's Foremost Ball Room Dancers

resolve, as does Cicero Hannibal into a Prince of the Land of Lunita- THE CUTEST SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS IN-

COMPARE Butts in the play, when it is all over nia, and must die with the coming of ALL CREATION t
to put a thirteen inch armor plate dawn unless he is kissed by the girl
around your heart to protect your he loves. Entire Original Scenic and Electrical Production j

I OUR FURNITUREWe .I sympathetic nature from.getting you During his reign as the Prince he PRICES: S1.50, $1.00, 73c. and 50c.

into all the trouble that comes to this I meets the charming heiress, but in Seats on sale 9 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 6 at Estes Drug Store
provide the quality of furniture that has long globe-girdling millionaire manufacturer -I turn rejects her until he is about to
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the of corsets.Of die with the ending of the night,
standard of merit. If an article is here it is! good.
course it isn't real trouble, but when she kisses him, saving his life, --- -------
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
it seems very real to this retired and all ends happily.
too clear-it is of the fouudat oilstones I
this point one
moulder of feminine stays whose un- : Among the song hits are: "Her
of this business, and that means much to JOY buyer.
t I I sophicticacy is bombarded by the fas- Eyes Are Blue for Yale" "TonightWill We have arrived. Our stock is fresh.

--- --- --- cinating widow who entangles him ina Never Come Again" Wonder Clipped Oats ____________$2.45 Alfalfa Meal ____________$1.80Scratch
McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK Nihilistic plot against the life of the Who's Kissing Her Now" "I Fell in Feed ...,0 Rice Bran _______________$1.60Brewers
------------ Grain _________$1.65
czar. Around these xciting environments Love on Monday, "Mean 1loonIan, ______________
Marco Sweet ____________$1.80 Fla. Dairy $2.00
St. Fla.
Ave. and Church Orlando.
Cor. Orange I.J Mr. Charles J. Gebest, the com- "I Don't Want to Marry Your Family A few of our prices for today. Deliveries made only on Mondays,
poser, has woven a delightful web of ," "Can It Be Love?" and "The Wednesdays and Thursdays..
-.... .< .., melodies interspersed with many Girls That Can Never Be Mine." TERMS-Cash with order, or C. O. D. A rebate of 5c. per

rhythmic song numbers while the Mr. Arnold is surrounded by an exceptionally sack Our if you delivery deliver boy your is instructed own goods.to bring the money of the goods.

book and lyrics of the piece, whichare well balanced cast and a There will be no deviation from the above terms.
from the combined pens of Chan- large chorus. Get into the Pay-as-you-go habit.

through electric-lighted train. Coaches, said to fairly bristle with smart chat- John F. Dale, of Orlando, stoppedover L. DeWITT. M'e'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447THERE'S
drawing-room and observation sleeping ter and pungent repartee. in Plant City Wednesday even-
The ing to attend the meeting of the Re-1 t
Dixie cars. Dining cars serve all meals tr TheSouth "The Red Widow" will hold open Men and transact tribunal business
Limited. <5 en route- including supper,, AtlanticLimited house here at the Lucerne theatre here. :Mr. Dale is great chief of rec- ------ -- ------ -------

fastest and finest v leaving Jacksonville leaves Tuesday March 9. ords for the reservation of Florida.
tram of comfort After having a good meeting with
train to Northwest; Jacksonville daily at Wehanta Tribe No. 5fi, Mr. Dale left
only through J one leaving .arrives CUM in- A REASON
8:15p.m. -THE PRINCE OF TO IGIIT"' on the 9:21 train for Tampa, where
Jackso.videinlorcooonfor) / nati and Louini1lont'x\ he expected to meet some of Oke
Chicago and St. Louis. evening.. Through all-steel bee Tribe No. 22. and return Cho-l
Montgomery Route Express cars for Indianapo'is: to It is a question whether Adams, the A. C. L.-Plant City Courier. WHY
to St. Louis gives Dayton. Columbus and Hough and Howard authors of a
choice of routes. Dixie Cleveland. Prompt score of successful musical comedies, SCOUT NOTICE-IMPORTANT I
Flyer to Chicago Solid trains steel All Scouts who members of
cars connections other are
have given the public anything quiteso !
U famous f diningservieeevery convenience central andall.ear troop 4 please take notice that the YOU CAN SAVE
r Write wire or 'pJaoat" us- We will \Vesterncities tuneful, so original:: witty and full time of meeting has been changed
train _d& work out your schedule secure your tickets of action as "The Prince of Tonight," from Monday to Tuesday, 7:15, at the
make reservations and save you time and trouble M. E. church.Scoutmaster.
the musical
comedy in which Tom
I J. Woodnick.. $10 to $20
H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Piuenfer Agent i Arnold will be seen in the title role 3-6-3t
L&N.R.R., 134 Wed Bay St. (BeD Thane 157) Jackson.illeFla. I at the Lucerne theatre, Saturday matinee -

Direct and diverse routes to the California Expositions Write for details. 0 I and night, March 13th. Certain- Get the news in the Sentinel first

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theF1igh.8st Eia.derThe


Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the FoIIowingCondiions(

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

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

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

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

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

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

Proposition No. 2 .

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

house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never'comis. The
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange ana GrapeFruit
second floor 4 large bed bath and attic. All
rooms, room rooms
trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkare -
decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above

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

30 days from purchase.

Both Propositions must be investigated to appreciate the truthfulness of all statements 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 expl .:.in. ([All bids will be opened in your

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



SIFBNEDIC2''., Jresid :nt

Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO -
Total I Responsibility::

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00

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South Florida Sentinel ;; ( W. s. Branch) (By Jas.-Cowan) I i iI WANTED young pointer covey ,

MORNING AND WEEKLY i t dog, male. State price and qualifi- I
w M. GI sax, . . .' ..... . ... Editor The town of Largo has voted bonds Man is his own star; and the soul that cations. One that has had one season -
W c. FMSIN'fiTON Bo ii Manatee I can i on quail. Addn -.T. H. D.. P. O ,
t:o the amount of $$,000 for city hall, Render honest .. ",
an and a perfect man Box 124, city.Two (0- r
Entered at the r<'Oitoffi.-e at Orlando. Florida works and The
as Second Clam Mail Matter. paving. Commands all light; an influence, all
primary meaning of Largo is "slow," fate; !
SUBSCRIPTION RATES jut the llillsborough Nothing to him falls early or too .
Daily. I Year ........................15.80| enterprising late.
Daily. R Months ...................... %.t.O county town evidently intends to more Handsome I
S Months ...................... 125Daily. II
Daily.. 1 Month ........____.__.__..... .soWeeVly. long as rapidly as its neighbors. The world's a stage, and on it strutsA I

... . 1- Year_ .:..:.:.:._...:....:::...-:.:::.:.: rtoo> Mr. Hays and-Mr.()-Coffin, two young And throng some are that kings fumes and and frets.some are Lake Front i

And some are marionettes.0 Grove and Home { [
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-- -- ADVERTISERS: to walk to San Francisco. They --

.... expect to reach the exposition city in Apropos of the recent discussion
and all other lIand-
advrrrlain Copy for m display..t be fiandro In at the fco lnr.*. 'October. Here's wishing them good volving aro'pd the crank as an re-I Properties
.the fire day.f ktfore the Smtinrl p'icati.not latrr This th mlapplies>n t p. re. luck and hoping Mr. Hays will "feel nal necessity for the sake of progre A highly interesting displayis

te rtian, '. for eonXract adT.rtWnr: it lhivariable II his! oats" when he arrives at his destination may we be pardoned for remarkingthat I --------- --- .

____and_ _win Ix MrlctJy adhvrrd IB.FnbecrftxTB f 1 and that Mr. Coffin will not the chief difficulty with thcrank' .- now being made of the
d-Birfnjt Te Sentinel di'conliTiiied ,
need the undertaker.A
thnuM notify the o.TJw In writi* on that we have met is that thevcan : One of them i:< the prettieSt -
the date of ,i iretinn. othr ra* It miff fc* I Kt 1e turned.Completely. I
continued at the re ular guUcrftrtion rata. CORRECTION: lake front 10(>:\t inn in
on'il not ire to flop h rewivMT NEW
T. i.-_ '.m" r . . .. . ...:'..: .'.. .I.IlTRllH S. J. Galpin, who is stopping at the 1- the State of Florida. uih
.Melrose, was the man injured in the Furnished largo acreage and a nvi !
; Y. ..MAKCH. 1913.
runaway accident Saturday afternoon modern dwelling.The AMERIGANCOLORS
I :!and not W. I). Galpin, who is stopping I HOllIe! ndudiiMj! (a
rHEEUlHI OF TilE muss I, at the Summerlin. other has a line

.AM SKXA10K ILE1CHEUJUJKC I Fine Piano grove with modern improvements '-
Orrin N. Carter of the Illinois DOW ELEC1E11 PRESIDENT .AM and worthy oran

supreme: court in an address to ES1ES SECRETAKY HOARD i AT\ GREAT\ /\ {B'RGAIN\ further improvement:

lawyers and newspaper men March 3, OF 1UADE LAST MGlll Modern r<"sklcnre r.l witty desired. I [For Spring 1915]
{Continued from page 1) I
said that "public sentiment is "veryIhinsr. month. rooms and bath Complete i, Theseare high price.iproperties

." lie denounced recent attemptsto It secured the promise of an advertising ly furnished. -tine location , but they art Represented in Dainty Silk
cutb a free press. lie lauded the fund of shoat $15,000. a por- for rooming house. Larije ;
tion of which has been paid in. both hit hargainc.S. .
newspapers' as the country's: greatest It agreed to net jointly with the lot ?x22;. Garage and si'r-i! Fabrics of choice qualities--

educational institution.': county commissioners in paying a Ivants quarters.) Beautiful! -- ..."II
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"1 he freedom of the press is part the proportion Atlantic toward Coast the Line publication agricultural of soak shade trees and some:; I Ij I all Manufactured. Dyed and

of the flesh' and blood of the American hand book, costing the Board $50.It |j fruit. Owner will sacrifice at I
people" said Mr. Carter. worked t.p a great automrMle SID olive & Son Finished in the United States
"A pillar! of liberty j is found in the Good Roads excursion to Miami; also only $7000. Terms halt each: I II

first amendment to the Constitutionof a hundred automobile procession to and halancc t, 2 and 3 ) ears.: I
the United States. which rules that the Seminole county fair at San ford. I
conjrre: shall} make no law abridging The Hoard now numbers 101 mem- REAL ESTATE Included in the Display are :

freedom of speech' or of the press. hr with 4'2 additional on the reserve |Cooper Atlm I
'Li ht is the best' policeman; and or- list who have been recommended but No.3 UTS PINE SIREET CORDED SILKS
dinarily an attempt to censor or repress who have not paid dues.
publications produces a state of 1 hiring the year four persons have 114 South Orange Ate, Ground Floor Second Floor
things sought to be obviated." removed: Messrs. Badger, Crowd! I PLAIN and CHIFFON
Phone No.
It would be a splendid idea if Senator : Miller, Pierce. !j I
Five members have died: J. A.
Fletcher in his recent unjustifiable i! .
Kirkwood. -Ferome I'nlmer. I L. (5 -=hlI:
arraignment of the American free buck William Sims, William Smith. j
press could obtain the complete: ad- Members who owe dues for i SATIN RADIUM

27 _______ $ 270.00
dress delivered by Judge Carter and one year nnn \
Members who owe dues for \1 CASCADEUX CREPE
memorize it. Very likely the Senatoras two years, 25 nn______ 500) .00
well as the scant number of Flor- Members who owe subscription CREPE DE CHINES
ida editors that uphold him could to adv. fund, 13 un__ 41S.OO! i

Searn something from the brilliant I
51.18o.00: PEAU DE CYGNE
text of Judge Carter's sterling ad- ,
report: Do You Realize
Commenting editorially Flet h- Sale of old tent, Mr. Allen__ $ 20.no I ,
Bal county division fund.
er's abuse of the press, the Jackson- Mr. Johnson ___ fit.8! 1 I
uu the New American
ville Metropolis says, among a number Amt. Orlando& Indian river I Your Insurance Contract Sometimes Introducing -

of other things: ror.d, }tr. Reese -------t 1 SOO.OO
I Amt. advertising fund, Mr. Saves You From Bankruptcy ? Colors

"Assuming' that Senatbr Fletcher i is' i' Keese ___n__________ __ 1,035.00 I'
correctly quoted, we are brought to' Amt. balance and dues n___ ;50000 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUE
wonder just what sort of canker is EREFOREIt ARIZONA SILVER
eating him. * A newspaper i H Total n_____________- -_ $'.111.!n '
wrong sometimes, just as a United PAID OUT PALM BEACH a

States senator may be wrong. A Orlando-Indian river road___$ !500.00 stands that it should be OREGON; GREEN
to cor-
newspaper may be intemperate some- Gen. expense, postage ex- DELAWARE PEACH \
times, just as Senator Fletcher has freight books
press drawn that realize
been intemperate if he i is correctly age, secretary, rent Tour- you
quoted. * Just because a newspaper ist Headquarters ete.____ 56*) 79 it when have fire. It is CRAY ,1 t
you a as necessary -
now nnd then goes wild and Balance in bank Unn__ l.lor'is TUXEDO BROWN ,
tears its hair, is that any reason whya as the examination of the title to PIPING ROCK fNORTH
free press should be suppressed or Total ___n____------____$-17t 07 your .
"A free press is no more than free Outstanding checks __u____$ 9f>.7":) property.For An inspection cordially invited. Samples
speech. While Senator Fletcher is
Outstanding bills, rent100.00 \
about it, why not muzzle free speech! cheerfully sent to out-of-town customers.
Tampa year book uUn_ 12: _00 Rates and other Information Callon
His own fire, reckless! and incendiary A. C. L. R. R uu_._______ !jO.OO ,
:.peech, for instance. * It is an Expense: fund u___________ .'n.-" or Phone
vrlu saying, and a very true one, that Orlando boots l.OVJ: 70
when any mn wants to muzzle the -- -- \ .
press and free speech, he has arrived $1. 20.2">
Rt a point where h? needs watching Amount on hand-
;No man who stands with his hands Balance bank ___ ___--_$1,10..18: I
clean in the broad light of day has Cash items _________u__ 54.40
anything to fear from a free press or The highest of euconiums seem inadequate t

free speech. $1.159.r.7 ) to express; the praises bestowed by
"This country is free and will always S.Y.WAYInsurance
i our customers: upon some of our Creations.Not .
remain so, regardless of tirades Liabilities' _h_____nn___?1.320.25
such' as are credited to Senator Fletcher. Amount on hand nn____ 1.t)9.r.i! only are the styles we show so distinctly '.
We shall always have a free press' original without being in the least
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and free speech, and they shall alwaysbe DeficitRespectfully_ ______$ lr.O.i and Real Estate Agent extreme, but they are priced so remark- ,
bulwarks against demagoguesand
our submitted.
ably reasonable that our new standard of
the machine men of politics, who I C. E. HOWARD, Sec.Treas.
think when their little petty machine : values have been a revelation to many: I I
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interests are threatened that the PHONE 172
whole country: is going to the dogs. 1 DoctorsBiickinastcr ,
"We have faith and confidence in''
P-r.-tr.( Fkt her. We hope he was I & Brnndage I SAND I
not so fooish as to say the things he
is credited with saying. If he did i, OSTEOPATHS I Not for a decade has there been such.
say them, we hope his liver is acting a demand for one particular color as there
better now and that he is as sorry as i Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat I '
is at the time for SAND and
his intelligence should make him." Kirksvi1Je10.. present

Commenting on the Jacksonville pa- I 11J2: S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples shades that graduate from almost an

per's editorial the :Miami :Metropolisadds : National Bank. Phone 578.) I IJ Oyster tone, to a deep Bisque or Putty.
w I -- Anticipating the demand several months
: -
"Senator Fletcher may not have !4 > M MMM MMMMMMM M --MMi- +<111 tt Bt 111* f t tt t tf-i I - ago we made our purchases accordingly, \
realized just what sort of publicity he :so that at the present time, we are in the
would get by condemning the right of unique position of being able to demonstrate -

free pie to speech know and just the what right their of the public poo $200 $225 $ 2'50 and so on'l j jup this extremely fashionable color in

men are doing, but there i is opportu-,I' DRESS GOODS
nity for him to acquire the needed
knowledge: -no germ can live in the : PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS
sun1i ht. hot sunlight is life to whole- HOSIERY tMILLINERY
some things; and publicity is sunlieht. to $500 or $550 ;:
it means' the bringing of things to the l.j

rrrazzled Tire Sawannee press would Democrat be a grand says thingfor "a !\.: Any price you want to pay for one of the choice Ii IiTHORNTON GLOVES, TIES

the professional politician" and: : :.Ven's Suits, lien's Shirts, Men's Ties,

"If Senator I>nnean U. Fletcher, \ : :'-T r.'s Hats. :Men Sox, :Men's Gloves.
whom we have always supported :
makes a few more speeches like he did PARK
last week in Washington when he referred ,I' .1
l to the press; as 'tyrannical and I :
misleading,* and said that it should be : x
, muzzled it is not unlikely that he will I : Lots. Terms if desired. Only reasonable re-
;. experience some: difficulty in convineing easy |

the Florida press that he is a fit strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue ask \ DICKSON YES CO.
. subject for the honors he now enjoys" : or \;
when his
present term of office expires. -
: ." your dealer if you care to see these lots. !
; In a weak editorial the St. Augustine -

, Meteor half heartedly supports I

! Fletcher, concluding with: DEPARTMENT STORE.

: "Yes, Senator Fletcher you are I: .M ..
; hewing along right lines' and every I

;: and true Godspeed newspaper to you man in will your say efforts amen to i I :' TAYLOR & THORNTON i; ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

:. lessen the evils of corrupt newspaper f The Store of true service, of never-failing conr-
: of fair dealing of
practices. tesy trust-worthy mer.
i And in the meantime we are wait-] : I chandise, at right prices

ing for a public statement from Senator Proprietors ORLANDO .
? Fletcher. Will it be defense. retraction i ,

or apology! " " :" ' . .... ... ... -... - - -- -- -

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L -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright GRANDTODAY I ; Open 2 p.: m. and 6:30 p. m. I'] | II IIill

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 I Admission 5 CentsIBIMMIM % III

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Southerlin, Va.; Capt. Wigfall, . . . . iMtlllt -n
Charleston, S. C.; Capt. W. II. How- f
March 9th-13th. ard, Orlando; Capt. I. R. Hudson, Or- TODAY'S PROGRAM
lando. 3-Reels-3
Tuesday Seely and Bowden love everybodyin Eclair. Drama. "The Character
"Auctioneers;" Mrs. Fudge, hostess. Orlando, including twice over His Woman," with Julia Stuart and Belle o ,. \\I Io
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. Honor, Mayor Sperry, and his worthy Adair, in two parts. le r
Gordon Wright, hostess. fellow helpers, and wish there were PRESENTS Frontier. "Her Higher Ambition,"
Sorosis Club; current events; Mrs. enough of them to supply lots of other with Edith Sterling and Joseph Franz.
Wright, Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. Overstreet, I cities that need just such. Miss Branham. Col. J. B. Smith, a man of very j
Wednesday I pleasing personality, spends his winters !
10 a. m.-Equal Suffrage in the home of Dr. Stagg, which j dining room, which was also beautifully ALWAYS AI'PROPRIATF.-\LWAYS WELCOME 0I
Unity Chapel. League'l alone shoud! make,an) one love him; | "BUCKSHOT JOHN" decorated in green and white.
3 p. m.-Twentieth but let me say Col. Smith is a char- > Miss Kilbee was one of Geneva's is a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have many
Mrs. Hudson, hostess. acteristic Southern gentleman. In most charming' and beautiful young \\I beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs, such as water sets,
Unity Circle; "The Home Training!' him you see a boy who went out from (ties.; I he groom i>- one of eVm'rna's fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern
of the Child Dr. G. Clark. of 17, with the ; most prominent busi-
school at young
; age ya &
New Lucerne weekly dance. I ture of a mother's kiss upon mOis-1 i I.es men. dishes, cologne bottles, powder and puff jars, etc., all specially
Thursday and the inspiration of her ;}- F :Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough left during priced. I
t "Here and There" Club; Miss Mc- his heart, and stood at the g ites of : the evening for points in the
Mullen hostess. i ,' :,th through those awful days of northern part of the state, where ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.i,
Ki) Kare Klub; Mrs. Feinberg, hostess I 'P to 'i('"> f<,r what they thoi.ght wa :ie\ will!! spend their honeymoon, and i1 ,
right. Col. Smith sevcd and acquitted : their return will be at home tohpir

jenttemen's evening" at the Rosa-I himself with such men as (i J. friends in New Smyrna. Their t= 't :: = ___.--:: : 0_ _Z;___ _," seat
lind Club; Mrs. O'Neal, I!. Mulligan, Sidney Lanier, J. Iloag ny friends extend best wishes for !t
Friday I Tyler, Dr. Geo. T. Goetchin, and oth- :"ir future happiness and: prosper-
Dr and Mrs. W. F. Blackman, mu- ers, all of whom won honors in the -
sicale and reception, Rollins College. signal service of the "lost cause." and FOR
Dance, liossmore Inn, Windermere. ',then the inevitable: c.me: identified FI' DOORS;
Saturday themselves with the New South, and ity.Lucerne I AXD WAINSCOTING

Entre Nous Card Club; Miss the upbuilding of our great, good and I n' We have the best stains and varnishes
Branch, hostess. united country. t
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. Capt. \Vigfall, of Clnrleston, S. r.. I :: manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
-0-- who is wintering here, is also of that I [ .. Well, seeing is believing. And the
ROSA" I\TD BUSINESS type of Southern gentleman; served TODAY i way to see it is to put it on your
MEETING.The with distinction in the Confederatearmy doors. If you don't say it's the best
Rosalind Club husiness meeting ; he is about the last male mem- I t material
you ever used for the ,
well attended! yesterday after- of that historic Southern money
was er familynow .... I
noon. Several matters were discussed. li\intr. V .: I i we'll stand the expense. That's fair,
b There will be no more Belgian card Capt. W. II. Howard, a beautiful isn't it? .
parties this season. Mrs. O'Neal, type of the dear old Southern hospi-
chairman of the hospitality committee tality. lie, too, served in the Southern - "THE RED WIDOW"A 1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
announces an informal dance for army under General Price. His _ -
the coming Thursday evening. Cards long life and business career in Or- i- = t I 111; 205 S. Orange Avenue
will be played by those who do not lando stands for far more good than Gorgeous Musical Comedy in
care to take part in the dancing. can be told on paper. i COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
Many of the members stayed for afternoon So, too, with Capt. Hudson, a Northern Three Big Acts.
tea, many others coming in man, and a veteran from the Assisted by an All-Star Cast.A .
for it later, following the new customof Union army. You all know, respect
having the club room open for tea i and love him. The story and the way
and a social afternoon each day in the of how beautiful these lives have be- PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN
week. come acquainted and interwoven is WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
-.()- very interesting and beautiful, but too FIVE PARTS
MISS McCULLOUGH ENTER- long a story to impose here; but suf- 50 PEOPLE 50 hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do It.
TAINS COLLEGE GIRLS. fice it to say that Comrades Seely and Something new Something New I
Miss Mary McCullough was hostesson Bowden, two old Yankee vets., love Try it. Ask About it.
Monday afternoon for the Orlando I I them all and are loved by them, andso Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
alumnae of the National Park Semi- they had dinner together, as they HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" I three or more
nary of Washingten City. These girls i did last year, and may God's blessing Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
meet every three weeks, talk over i rest upon us all, till we pitch our lit- COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
their "college days," and enjoy renewing -i te green tents, and then take us hometo Without a doubt the biggestand POTATO SALADJ.
acquaintances. Miss McCul- heaven is the prayer of- I
lough served chocolate, ice cream and U. S. best musical comedy that R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
10 cents 20 cents
sandwiches to her guests. -0-- I
-0- BIRTHDAY I has ever played in this city. Phone 26 Bakery
BUSINESS SESSION.The Master Frankie Osborne, of 402 I
Triangle Society, composed of |I I America street, celebrated his twelfth I
the Young People's Societies of the birthday Saturday afternoon, inviting ceremony was performed by Rev.

Presbyterian, Baptist, and Methodist a number of his young friends. After I Stone, pastor of the Geneva Baptist Prices 50c., 75c., $1.00 and $1.50 Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
churches, held a business meeting and playing games and instrumental mu- church. First came the flower girls, .
SC?'ft1 at Ke Methodist church 1 last!' sic, Miss Loveless presiding at the j little Misses Verlie and Evelyn Ja-
evening. Ways and means were. discussed piano, and listening to phonograph sei i cobs. They were followed by the maid i_
to improve the orE'"niz: ,tion lections, they were invited into the of honor, Miss Bertie Jacobs, and Wil-
and interest the young people of Or- dining room where a table decorated I,| liam Gaston Kilbee, best man. Then
lando in higher things. The president with ferns, roses and nasturtiums, ; came the bride and groom. The bride
Mr. George Phillips, presided. also an abundance of different kinds was gowned in a becoming suit of FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
-- of cake and candy and fruit. In the i navy blue cloth with hat and accesso-
1 MISS BAILEY center of the table was the birthdaycake I ries to match, and carried an arm .
IIONOREE. twelve individual! cakes iced inI I boi quet of ride's roses. The groom
Miss Miriam Bailey, the attractive pink and white, with a candle in each, wore conventional! black. The maid of Established 1886
house guest of the Misses Halstad, and burning. A nickel was placed in honor was gowned in a becoming suit
was the honoree of a delightful affair one of the cakes, Edna Nolan being of blue cloth.
yesterday afternoon at their home on the lucky one to draw it. During the informal reception a refreshment -
Grace street. Guessing contests wereenjoyed Master Frankie was the recipient of course was served in the & O'NEAL
then each girl wrote a ro- many nice presents.At CURTIS

man"e for Miss Bailey's life, Miss five o'clock the guests departed, .....-w
Grace Holt composing the best, hers and each was presented with a bou-
being in verse; the time was limited quet of roses from Mrs. Osborne. A VENEER CORES
and the main words stated before the feature of the occasion was the fact INSURANCE LOANS
writing. Those who were the merry that there were two birthdays being ,
f guests were Misses Eva Youn. Cla 'eRot.inson celebrated, Mildred Stuart and Frank 't $1.25
Grace and Mary Holt, Ma- .
Osborne being born the same day. I
ble O'Neal, Mary Guernsev, Margaret j Those present were: Mildred Stu- Per Strand Up REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Robertson Mary Branham, Millie art, Edna Nolan, Katie Rogers. Mary t
Smith .Elizabeth'Wells: and Mrs.1lol- i FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
Lott, Florida Loveless! Earl Thompson .
brook, and Mrs. Cassius Boone. Deli- Rolla Thompson, Aaron :Martin OAK WOOD
cious cream and cake. were served. Lloyd Nicholson, Cornelius Loveless,
-()- James Loveless. Orlando ood Yard
B. W Kingsley, Proprietor
Miss Augusta Wright entertainedthe Y ARBOROUGH-KILBEE.: PINE STREET AND R. R.
"Bachelor Girls" Card Club last II Telephone 344
evening Malone., in The honor friends of Miss Prudence few In intimate the presence friends of, Miss relatives Ella and Pearl a 9-30 For Sale '
boy of the
Kilbee, of Geneva, and Mr. James I-
were invited to be the
guests of the II
dub. Cards Walter Yarborough, of New Smyrna, I t
enjoyed later.were The played and dancing were united in matrimony Sunday House eight Lot 65 x167. Price
orated in bamboo, ferns rooms and were white dec- morning the bride's at eleven o'clock at the homeof |;OSTEOPATHY rooms.
A parents, Mr. and Mrs.
roses. cream course was served. E. H. Kilbee. The .
reception room and
DINNER hall were tastefully decorated for the I DR. J. C. HOWELL $4500.00. A bargain.

GAVE PARTY. occasion with palms, ferns, roses, and ; Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
smilax. i, Kirksville Graduate
Comrade Uriah Seely, of New Jersey Promptly at the appointed hour to I Consultation Free
and Col. Chas. Bowden, of New the strains of the Bridal Chorus from Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
York, entertained at a dinner yestef- Lohengrin, rendered by Miss Margie HoteL
day and had as their honored gouts:: ilhee, on the violin, the bridal party"nte..ed Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Mayor: Sperry; Col. J. B. Smith, the reception room where the Orlando, Fla. 111111111111111111.111111111111111111111111111111111111111 MllllllitllilMMew

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I Establishing a of Tire ValuesSize

111) 6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3!/2 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS I Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes : J

I 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 :
30 x 3V ________$11.60 '12.20 2.70 : 1

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

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

36 x 4Y ________$27.35: 28.70 5.20 : j.
Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have end I
: an \ : 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25 I : j
to tire troubles. I If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. :

We Have a Service Station. All[ j

PHILLIPS Adjustments Made Here.

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;i | I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.
San Juan I !
Garage Company
I 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave t

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FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- iJeI' ii:;atlislli Sro
CUT PRICESTO per Colony for sale at a bargain if J..un Shi11gl
SENTINEL sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
acres of as good land as! there is in
GETREADY Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation;
all under fence; 6 room house, auto
WANTS and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables,
CASH corn crib and poultry house; crop and
some farming tools go with place.S. .
S. Bowman, Taft, Fla.
The Morning Sentinel Want

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want SELECTED MANATEE: COUNTY
Ad Medium in Orlando. LANDSOn
Brick Road.
the Gulf highlands of the fam-
-- Terms Cash in Advance.
ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor-
5 Room House, close in. Easy dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-

Terms. One Day RATESFor ___-____-___25t and pers early of grapefruit shippers and of oranges winter vegeta-; heavy
Grove. For Three Days ___________50c bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli- Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perlection Lime
1 Lot in Highland
For Six Days --__-_________75c mate; invigorating salt air from the
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month --_________$ .50 gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
This rate applies on all ads of sian wells; this proved and tested
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- land, close to transportation, sur- ...
tains than 25 words the
more rate rounded by prosperous groves and
will be one cent per word for farms, we offer at a low price on
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- small payment down, balance ten
terms. sertion.If years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow
you can't bring your ad to to pick from. Immense leap in l9j; J
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- values will fellow. This special offeris e
the above. counts opened by telephone will be not to speculators, but ot those .
payable the following day. who will actually develop the land.
Exceptionally fine class of residents
---- --- -- --- ---- -- -- --
Every Home-Every Business- coming in. .
Every Man has use for a Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
Sentinel Want Ad. CO.,
I, Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.

Watkins Block PHONE 504 FOR SALE 2-21-lmoc FOR SALE KIN LAID all SNOVUENOrlando's \

Terms to Suit Purchaser
-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-Several] young cows, Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
fresh and fine. Wm. II. Behrens,
in 5, 10, 20 plots,
or more acre on
CLOCK and Clarcona, Fla. 3-7-6t-ltw brick road to be built this year, two Largest and Cheapest
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
first rings, or white II. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
class condition; fully equipped; a No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
call on C. VATER who bargain. Inquire at the Florida Real 2-14-lmo
Estate and Investment Co., above Pea FURNITURE HOUSE
is an expert at this trade ples National Bank. 3-7-61* ---- --- --- .

with many years experience FOR SALE-A good comfortable FOR RENT t

home for small family; garden FOR RENT-Three large; rooms, with Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at.. Youngs Repair Shop growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- all modern improvements; 9 per
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion month. Also one detached room, 18
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH avenue. 3-7.1mo. by 20, 5 per month. Inquire C. Joyce, .
703 South Division street, 6 to 8 p. m.
FOR SALE-Income producing straw- 3-7-6t
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berry farm; crop goes with place;
bring returns on your investment at WANTED-Want to buy small home, t.
once and will continue for four not far out, with trees and shrub-
months. Will sell or exchange for bery; must be neat and attractive and
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER city property. G. F. Foster, Star cheap. Describe fully with price and '
Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-5-6t number. Address Northerner, care
Office corner Orange Avenue and Sentinel. 3-7-6t Clearance' Sale
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE-1914 Ford touring car;
_ Phone 419. first class condition; extra equipment FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, up-
. ; a bargain. Will demonstratein stairs and down, for light house-
Orlando if desired. Be quick. F. P. keeping; electric lights and telephone;
Knowles, Maitland, Fla. 3-4-6t summer rates given until October 1. .
Also garage. Phone 380. 300 East 015s
FOR SALE-Horse] wagon, harness Concord avenue. 3-7-3tc
and buggy, at a bargain; good all
Pure Florida around horse and trusty. Also some
household goods. R. E. Gray, R. F. '' LARGE LIGHT ROOMS, in new mod-
No. 2, Highland Grove. - D.I' ern home, with kitchenette if desired -
; very reasonable for rest of sea- Ga.s HeatersHaving
Honey FOR SALE-A good work horse; son and all summer. 14 East Amelia.
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- 3-6-3tc
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.
. Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo FOR RENT-SmalJ flat, modern conveniences
unfurnisLvJ. Jas. A.

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story I Knox. 11-3-tf a few heaters left which w. e do not wish to car-
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
Calumet modern conveniences, roomy porches. i. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, through the coming summer we are going to close them
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. to adults only. 409 Delaney street. ry

2-23-tf IO-25-tf -- - out during the month of March at the following prices:

Baking FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully WANTED
equipped,; speedometer Presto tank,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at WANTED horse for its keep for $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
Ford Garage, Church\ street. 2-12-tf the summer; will purchase if satis-
Powder factory. Apply "G. K," Sentinel office -

FOR SALE Story & Clark upright 3-7-3t 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle For cleanest, clearest Kodak finish-
Weeks in the recent contest will be ing go to Robinson's.33tf 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
sold for benefit of Baptist church -
building fund. Piano may be seen
CARUTHtRS & GORE at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

I Weeks, 10 Washington street. Now is the time to plant palms.We 3.50 Heaters for 2.80BUY I
1-13-tfc have the best assortment of palmsto
: be had. Also Griffing's Roses give
New Modern C Grocery FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar results. W. II. Brokaw, salesman,
in A-l condition; cheij* for 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, 2-27-12tc
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696
Phone 200 l-4-tf TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse

repairs of all kinds done .
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
6 and 8 East Pine St. and tools best farm in county; va- screen doors and windows a specialty;
-iety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- sleeping porches, counters, shehing,
o-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock garages, office fixtures; window and
BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own- door frames made to order. Get our
er. 1-1("..tfc prices. 18 East Church street. A ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo

the most important items in success- ATLANTIC COAST LINE will: operate
ful growing of fruits and vegetables. sleeping car from Orlando to Wash- GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished
Talk with II. C. McDaniel. He has ington commencing March 17. Leave
made a success of growing both. He Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" urday nights, on train No. 82. This
brand. His experience is worth something car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m.

North and West"DIXIE :- to you. Phone 708.261m' 3-6-tf I


FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden buy, sell rent, and exchange real 1870
FLYER" seed see J. L. Dean, Prop. City estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., CO. Inc.
30 Have handled
"DIXIE LIMITED" Drug Store. 3-t-2wks over years. over ioPaiot5&NaII
520.000,000. Call and see m.!. 132 Park Place, New York Flnley's PaperS

"SEMINOLE LIMITED" FOR SALE 10-6-3m P. A. LEWTER. Wholesale Dealers and Commission ,
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
"MONTGOMERY:\ ROUTE" and truck farming, bordering on a FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and Merchants in Florida Oranges Has always on hand a large and well selected I.
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"Pulman pretty lake and has one-half mile strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel,
and Grapefruit stock of Wall Grade Varnishes
Papers. High Paints
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor ,
brick road, this frontage being adapted vegetables will be given low Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
cars to Chicago, St. Louis, for nice home sites; could be sub- prices. 2-20-lmo
Tull Orlando Fla.
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, divided into 40 building' plots 60x200 Geo. W. CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Louisville and intermediate points. feet each, leaving about 60 acres for Umbrellas recovered and repaired Liberal advances made on con t
citrus fruits and truck farming; five "while you wait," at Young's Repair signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
minutes walk to railroad station,: Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
Dining Cars via stores, hotel, school and churches. R. E. Cocnran, President.T. .
When you consider location and good' L. Turney, Treasurer. j FINLEY'S PIONEER
transportation facilities with other
Atlantic Coast Line ItlsTimeTo l-22-2ra I
advantages the property's real valueis
$7,500. It is owned-by a non-resi- PHONE 646 HONE 67 Corntr Pine and Court

Standard Railroad of the SouthA. dent who needs money. He author-
izes Plant Vines
me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever -
buys this property gets a bar-
W. Fritot, D. P. A., gain. For further particulars, call on AUTO FOR HIRE F
Jacksonville Fla. E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & Bignonia REPAIRING
Davis building, corner Church street I r-
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., and Orange a'"enue. Orlan o. Vinesta BARNARD & SON |
Tampa, Fla. 1-31-tfc The :1 4arIzet
BougainvilleaPalms 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla. [
LOOK-18! fine city 'lots for sale.

houses Also for furnished summer rental.or unfurnished Price and I and Ferns _l2-10-ni_ Ij i i I Ii OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton, own- i iI I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
er, 215 South :Main
street opposite '
d2/-- ",, 2-27-lmo Methodist* church. Phone 99. Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

... ,. VIOLET DELL ,( Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresfc

I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction CHIROPRACTOR and pure. (
'7 nor any city lots outside of GARDENJ. graduate Davenport College, 17 and I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the corporation, I have
some Yowell-Duckworth
18 building phone
DR. L H. RAMSDEUl[ in the Meat Line.
splendid' building lots near Lake EoIa, '' 209. Intelligent people everywhere everything
OPTOMETRIST and they will be priced on their mer- 'I M. CARUTHERSPhone are being restored to health by chiro- j

ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE its.sions.See II.the C. owner McDaniel.and save Phone commis-708. i I. 509. 408 South Lake St. practic adjustments, the new scienceof :IL: :NI. Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES 2-26-lmo I removing the cause of disease. Ex- I'
AND DO ALL KINDS OF I I Again we call your attention to the amination free. 12-24-lmo PHONE NO. 80e PINE STREET

OPTICAL REPAIRING : Get the news in the Sentinel first. j!classified ads. Don't overlook the want ads. J .



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[ London.-The British warship Isis
i publishes a bright little magazine. It ;
Sal Matinee and Might I I is called "Isis Items." A sailor con- J' KAUTIFUL TRIMMED LllIR i tAT
tributor has composed the following I II ti
The Gorgeous Musical Comedy I I parody wock." on Carroll's "The Jabber-

'Twas Frescold The Submarove and the Torpy droves
a' I Did pate and troller on the Swead, :
The Nnce4ofTonght All Leapious were the DolphipoiseAnd
I the Grute Geals outscreed. ,

I"Beware my son, the Submarove,
The Scope that peers, the torps that
Beware the Zep-Zep bird, and shun THE BIG STORE

METROPOLITAN CAST with: TOM ARNOLD lIe took the Badgish ship in hand
Long time the durchive foe he i
sought, ,
Supported bj- .
Then hearkened he, 'neath the Tur- I
t Prize Beauty Chorus- Pony Ballet of Wonderful Dancers ,
And while in listish thought he stood .

, 50 PEOPLE 50 Came The somevaes mumming Submarove through,with Scope the awash Foam- CLGlengary Sailors, Tipperary Turbans, Tri Cone

FEATURES: And Torped! as it Swosh. Shapes, English Walking Hats, Close-fitting Turbans
lie saw, and turned his Badgi-.h ship
The Blue and Silver Ballet. Delft Forest in the Land of the Moon. Lithe His Ilamal bow hit Thick-a-thwack. t
Fairies Dancing in an Emerald Gloom. Water-Fete and Banquet. Grand; lIe And left went him sunk Steamoliphing ten fathoms back.deep, Milan Shapes, Hemp Lizere, Sicily Leghorns, Panamas
Illumination. Scenes laid at The Breakers," Palm Beach Fla.
"And hast hou sank the Submaro\e
WILKINS and BURCH I Come dine with me, my Blydish
boy! and many other exclusive shapes in all the late cclcis Sand, ..
Brass hat shall be reward for thee.
lIe chortled in his joy.
MIT1NEE\ 25c.. SOc 75c. and $1.00 Gndarmme Blue, Battleship day. Old Rose Black, Navy
PRICES 'Twas Frescold and the Torpy
NIG.IT 50c., 75c., 51.00 and $1.50 I
Did pate and troller on the Swead.
SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY 9 A. M.. AT ESTES' DRUG STOKE I All Leapious were the DelphipoiseAnd and Brown. A beautiful selection to choose from and
the Grute Geals outscreed.
t PHONE 61. I self."Tatchetee," the author signs him- priced at exceptionally Low Prices.

SAME explosive"Splovious mine tentermine"and the "grute means geals the

JONES GOB JUST THE outscreed"great gulls screamed.is Carrollese" Some for of"the the Also a splendid selection of Untrimmed Shapes,

others are fairly obvious. Flowers, Fruits, Wreathes and other beautiful trim-

My bus line which has been serving you for lojrteen: DRAINAGE mings.

months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the Kissimmee, Fla., March 6.-The
same time it always has. Taft drainage district directors helda
meeting last Monday in the officesof
TIME TABLE their attorney in Orlando and levied -
a special assessment of ten cents
Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.WEST per acre on the land in the district. Womens' Spring New Spring Suits
The engineer's contract was also A

BOUND EAST BOUD signed up and he was instructed to. Suits and Dresses For Boys Are Herer
Read Down Read Up begin his survey work immediately.It
is the intention of the directors to 1

I IA.l\I./A.l\L/ p. 11. A.M. P. MJP.111!I push. II.the Ludlam work, as who rapidly was awarded as possible.R. the. Moderately PricedThe In Great Array :

Orlando I 6:30;10.15 3:00 9.30 1.30; 6.00 engineering contract, will stay righton ..
Ocoee 7:3O1] 1.15 4:00 8.30 12.301-5.00 the ground all the time until his dresses are very attractive and Our Boys' Clothing Store can truly be
Winter Garden 7:45111:3C 4-30 8.15 12.15 4-45 survey is finished and data prepared most of them exclusive designs. There is called the mother's friend. Here she may PI'
Oakland 8:00--- 4:30 8.00-- 4.30THERE'S ready to submit to contractors. every conceivable material in silks, includ- buy her boy a suit with a sure guarantee "

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF ing Crepe Meteors, Taffetas, Crepe de of stylishness and serviceability, and at
PARTNERSHIT Chine, and Poplins. The colors embrace the same time practice economy.
A REASON lution Notice of is the hereby partnership given of heretofore the disso- blue, seal brown, battleship gray, sand, The new spring suits are natty and dur-
e"istingbetween J. L. Feinberg and navy and black. able, and very low priced. ".
W. E. Gore, Jr., trading under tl.e .
You select from these models Oliver .1
may : -
firm name and stjle of Feinberp &
WHY Gore, said; ; business being located at Twist, Middy, Balkan and Tommy 7
the northwest! corner of the intersection Tucker, in all the best and newest varieties 1
of Orange avenue and Ch'rrchstreet '
YOU CAN SAVE in the town of Orlando,Orange:; of materials. .
county, Florida. And that the busi-
ness of said firm has been transferredto If You Have a Wash
and assumed by the said J, L
$10 to $20 Feinberg. who will succeed absolutelyto
both the assets and liabilities of
the said f-rm of Feinberg & GorenTKlSjWW Goods Need Now is
:t 7 fit j Ladies New Spring
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I The Time To Fill It SuitsCombine

We are splendidly equipped to supply to the highest degree style,
:your wash goods need, with new spring quality and service. The workmanship incorporated "", .
goods. Broad assortments and exceptionally in them is superfine; they are \

I low pricings. Buy plentffuly, for the all perfect fitting. All the newest mater-

paiM: I more you purchase the more satisfied you ials and colorings. The prices are the low-
1 will be and the more you will save. est such suits ever sold for.






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4 W. J. Osteen of Altamonte,
4e was a business transactor in Orlando
e yesterday.Mr. .

Jack Carter
arrived Sunday '
from Boston on a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Carter. = B=__ J-- = YOU FIXED? Ai

Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Tubusch, of ,
Daytona: were among those registering .
at the San Juan yesterday.Mr. ;

SAVE IN SAFETY and Mrs. R. M. Bond, of De- '"
Land, were among the prominent
Don't hide away your savings about the Floridians visiting Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

house waiting until you have a large amount and Mrs F. R. Kirk returned
yesterday to their summer home in
Andover, Mich., after a sojourn in this
of several weeks.
Whenever you have a dollar or more, bringit city

in and deposit it here in The State Bank. Mr. Bert Fish one of the state's .
It will be secure and begins to earn 4 per leading attorneys, was in Orlando
yesterday from DeLand on profes-
cent. sional business.Mr. -r -
Savings.Acounts may be opened any busi- = : 1
and Mrs. E. A. Biglow, of Worcester TRE.b
ness day with $1
or more. ,
Mass. are among those who
are registered at the San Juan hotel ,
for a stay of some length.Mr. >
1 d-tu.f n"oVII NttLt&
The State Bank II Wl. uU4Jca
i L. L. Barr, who has been visit-
( ing his brother, Mr. Geo. T. Barr -wttl" BkcLcttt.
\ at his home on Lake Dot, left yester-
_ day for his home in Greenville, S. C. '\''XtAt't
of Orlando \ou-com,

Messrs. Levi Free and Paul Dennison -
who have been spending the win-
ter in Orlando, left yesterday for their YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORTANY

Mrs. B. Wood Miss Wood and Mrs.
/ Mayfield of New York, are visiting BANK WITH US.
Orando and are making their home at t
the San Juan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker arrivedin \
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the
Tampa Special from Dayton Ohio on
their ida. initial visit to this part of Flor- The Peoples National Bank"IT'S

I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gifford, who "
have been spending the season in Con-
cord Park, were among those taking
- I their departure for their home in New
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I Transients registering at the San ,
Juan hotel yesterday include W. G. I.
Mapp North Adams, Mass.; T. B.
Boatright, Dayton Ohio; and R. R. -
Rugs Rugs Albritton, Milwaukee,
| | -Wis. I I I1 II II I .

The Sunday Tampa Tribune con-
tained a liberal mention of Guy Em-
pie of Orlando, who has assumed the Orange City Water ___________________________:!5e. half gallon

management of the Western Union i I Poland Water _____________________________________
office at Tampa succeeding Fred G.
AT COST AND Warde.J. I H Benscott Lithia Water _______40c.; half gallon; $1.50 for 5 gallons

I Harris Lithia Water ________________________________
J. Caldwell, metal roof
who has been in the city contractor for some- .-< ::r: White Rock, pints and splits __________________________

LESS time on construction work on the Zeb I pnC3 Vichy Celestine from France __________...__..________
Parker residence left Tuesday for his
home at Orlando.-Enterprise, Arca O Appollinaris in quarts, pints and splits _______.___-_-__---

dia. I G: Openta _____________________________________________-______

Janis ____________________ 4
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ALL SIZES AID PATTERNS Warren.Mr. and Pa.,Mrs.and Mrs.E. W.O. Walker E. , of I I Olt Red Ra>en Splits _______________________________________----

of Topeka, Kansas who are valker'l O Rubinat from Spain ________________________--______

a in visit Orlando to this, guests section at of the San Juan, > Abilena Water ____________________________________---

hotel. I O zx:: "Veronica Water _____________________________________________
Included in this sale.Don't .

i Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Allen, who visited -EN XJen A PARTIAL LIST OF THE WATERS THAT CAN BE HAD AT
here several months, left Monday -II
purchase your for Orlando, where they will
spend a month, and then return to 0I'

Floor Coverings until ressive their home, Tarpon at-Bradford Springs.Mr. ., Pa.-Pro- I II I I I COw > 1 J P PharMacy y yI

have line and Mrs. A. P. Easter, of Minneapolis I I C3O
you seen our Minn., who have been t
ing a visit of !!'everaletks in
,. do, left yesterday for Daytona, enjoY-I'I 2 -
they will stop! for a two we*>k

W Will Sav Y ll Mailer ll ward.before Messrs.continuing O. G. Wolcott their journey, of Oviedo- PHONE 20

and Edwin Raulerson, of Geneva, 1i
were in Orlando yesterday en route I i
to lakeland to attend the state -
convention I ---- -- ----- -- -
of the Woodmen of the World ---- --
which will be in session in that city
for the next three days. I w
Oscar Hand San'WEST : I ,

1 Mr. and Mrs. John Wilbur and
:. daughter. :Miss Stella, of Chicago.
I who have been spending the past six \ i
: weeks in Orlando left yesterday 1
loosahatchie section. They will be I
: with us again next season and bring MARCH -'
<. friends with them. FZI- : ..a-1i

.. : :,
Mr. ,\'. R. Fuller, one of the leading important lesson emphatically i ti .
.IlilllMIIMMilMlrfllllMltMtllliiilllllitlttIMMArtistic business men of Tampa, was in
Orlando yesterday. This is the first taught by the V '" 1

time in six months that he has favored .. .
SouvenirsSterling this section with a visit, and he -> J.'f-

I says place that here the since changes then thftt are have certainly taken "Month of Storms"k., ,_._ '''..;.L:,):. ??!4- .;, ;.. ,.

wonderful. }
is the necessity for pre para- ;

Mr. O. Heinv, the clever representative tion. A . .. '4 ... I r
of the J. I. Holcomb Manufacturing -
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand company, Indianapolis, Ind., is in '. -'' .r
: Orlando today in the interest of his Savings Account
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many firm. Mr. Heiny is an old friend of
the business manager of the Sentinel,
other useful and beautiful articles typi-- I both having spent their bovhood days often stands between the pos- ,
together in Noblesville, Ind. of life.
: sessor and the storms r

cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea dollars placed in a j
: Mr. R. F. Beardsle), one of the directors I Surplus
o in the Lee Lash Art Institute,
source of great delight to your friends o New York city who is on a visit to ews ""
: his wife and son, will leave todav for Savings
"back North." We also carry a completeline , his home in the Empire State. -Mrs. I
: Beardsley will remain a while longer f
I' accumulate 1
in this institution
of with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. II. M.
up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair :,I Fraser, 214 East-Central avenue. rapidly and earn dividends atthe I

Department is in charge of most of 4 cent.--
rate -
compe- : Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Giddings, of per
Lawton, Mich., who have been visiting
tent workmen. points of interest in the southern part I
of the state. arrived in Orlando Sunday -
for a day or two sieht-seeine: in

Giddings this favored are section.neighbors Mr.in and Lawton.Mrs. Or1allo Bank & Trilsi t Coffipally :

Mich., of two of Orlando's former n .
T. H. EVANSJEWELER popular Warren.residents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank

FOUND-AN emergency automobile I

crank. Owner may have same by
calling at the Sentinel office and pay-
..frilMIMiMMiillimiMOMMMIMMUmmiiH ing for this ad. 3-9-tf -J i

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