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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 10, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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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: VID00504
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. NUMBER 33.AMERICANS .

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: ORDERED OUT OF MEXICO ;







3 SMALL BRITISH STEAMERS ARE SUNKFOREIGN






EMBASSY DISPATCH SAYS ALL AMERICANS TANGISTON-, BLACKWOOD
BARONS PLAY PHILLIES
JOHNSON SAYS HE BEAT GREEKBECAUSE
t HAVE BEEN ORDERED OUT OF MEXICO-SEVEN AND PRINCESS VICTORIA \

BATTLESHIPS ARE BEING ASSEMBLED TODAY AT FAIRGROUNDS DESTROYED


BEFORE VERA CRUZ ;E OF INSULT TO DAUGHTER BRITISH DREADNAUGHT DAMAGED


Fresh Outbreaks Involve The Safety Of -


All AmericansOutbreaks FIRST WILL GAME ATTRACT OF LARGEATTENDANCE SEASON THE RED ltd// DREW' I CASE POLICE WILL COURT BE HEARD THURS-IN Reports Progress From Made Berlin By Alliesin Says No


the Dardanelles
DAY MORNING
Involving Safety of Americans at Progresso Causes UWDIENCE Campaign

Hasty Return of Cruiser Des Moines to That Port- Barons and Phillies Are in Good

Fleet Is in Command of Rear Admiral Condition-Fast GameIs MAC TALLMAN'S QUALITY A STATEMENT OVER SIGNATUREDefends London, March 9. The admiralty

announced tonight that the British

Caperton-Washington Excited Expected by the PRODUCTIONS APPRECIATED steamers Tangistan Blackwood and
His Action and Sa'sCrime
Fans BY PUBLIC Princess Victoria were sunk today.

;,,- Washington, March 9.-All Americans have been ordered out Was One That Only one survivor of the fangistan

of Mexico, according to dispatches received from the foreign em- The Orlando public, Orange county, I Next Attraction Set for LucerneIs Deserved SeverePunishment is known to have been picked up. The

bassy here today. and this section of Florida generally, "The Prince of Tonight"Billed crews of the others were saved.

will be given an opportunity today to The three ships were of small ton-
The order came from Secretary Bryan and was transmitted to for Next Thurs-
witness for the first time a real baseball nage, and carried small crews, most

the Brazilian minister at Mexico City March 5th, according to this game between professional teams. day, March 13 One Spiros Livadas, a Greek pop- of whom were reported rescued.
corn vender at the A. C. L., had war-
dispatch.A The Philadelphia National League
"The Red Widow" attracted rants out yesterday for the ar-
a large sworn
fleet of seven battleships is being assembled before Vera Cruzto team, training at St. Petersburg, will Berlin Declares Bombardment Is m
for audience last evening at the Lucerne rest of S. H. Kilgore, his two sons,
arrive series of two
be under the command of Rear Admiral William B. Caperton, today a games theatre, testifying to the popularityof Forrest and Louis, and J. R. and J. C. Failure
with the Birmingham Barons at the Berlin, by wireless to Sayville,
who is now steaming to the Mexican coast from Guantanamo.The the quality productions Mac Tall- Johnson. The warrant charges that
fair grounds. March 9.-All reports received here
ships composing the fleet are the battleships Delaware, Both teams are in the pink of con- man is bringing to Orlando. The next the parties named were fighting and I from Constantinople agree in declaring -

Georgia, armored cruiser Washington, protected cruiser Tacoma, dition and patrons of the game will production that will be staged at the disturbing the peace, impersonating i that the bombardment of the Dar-
Lucerne will be "The Prince of To- officers of the law, using obscene lan- I
cruiser Des Moines, gunboats Petrel and Sacramento. be assured one of the greatest con- danelles is proving a failure and the
night," which to please the and carrying concealed wea-
comes guage I
Fresh outbreaks the tests ever staged in this section. I allied fleet has suffered seriously.
involving safety of Americans occurred at March I
theatre-going public Saturday,
pons.
Manager Molesworth has the Barons According to advices received by
Progresso, and the cruiser Des Moines, which was steaming for ,113. Last night the Kilgores and John- I
at top notch speed and the game today Berlin papers several British ships,
Vera Cruz ordered to The musical comedy staged last sons denied all of the charges, but
return to
was Progresso with all speed. promises to be a hot one. I ; I especially the Queen Elizabt-th,'have
evening from the fertile of !U. C. Johnson admits he thrashed the
-- Children will be admitted at one- pens j I been damaged, and the French arm-

half price and the grand stand is freeto Chanhing Pollock, Rennold Wolf, and I I Greek at the A. C. L. depot Monday I ored cruiser has been put out of com

DRAWN BATTLE IN THAWCASEJSULT8 / Brief Bulletins all that attend the game. The Charles Gebest. This identical play night because, he said, the Greek had i mission.

had a long and successful run at the taktn privileges with his little six I
I boxes, which hold six seats cost one Two mine sweepers are also reported -
Ticked Off Wire dollar and a half per day. Astor theatre in New York. year old daughter that merited a%severe -I as sunk.Reports .

Wit, satire, comedy music and punishment. Mr. Johnson said j
from Smyrna state the
At Late Hour PALM BEACH HAPPY dancing set the large Orlando audi- that Livdas had a shed at 11 Gould I I bombardment there is equally unsuc-

ence agog with delight last evening. street, where he parched peanuts;; cessful.
JUSTICE PAGE RULES OUT
The dancing was particularly fine and that he called his little daughter over I
Palm Beach, Fla.
MAGRUDER PLAYED HOST YES- -Drinking long According to these reports a British
QUESTION OF MENTAL TERDAY and cooling drinks,.or lolling on the dress prolonged applause from the to the shed Monday afternoon, gave : cruiser was damaged and a minesweeper

4 CONDITIONBoth Mr. J. Magruder yesterday ten- beach at the bathing hour with a vivacious I audience. Many new dances"were" introduced " her-a seat on the steps, and gave her was sunk. .

I which completely captivatedthe :some peanuts. The Greek, Mr. Johnson j
tered the guests of his hotels, the girl next to you, you hear with I -
crowd. said, then took low and vulgar] j
Sides Claim Victory But Empire and the Arcade, a most de- indifference of the blustering winds I I Paris Statement

Advantage Seems to Rest lightful picnic at his famous Rock and frigid nights in the North. Cer- I privileges with the girl. The daughter I Paris, March 9.-The Champagne
ARE STOPPING. AT TilE GRAND ran to her mother and told what
With Side of lake grove. The weather was ideal, tainly the season here, as gay as ever, district was the scene of violent fighting

Harry K. the day was passed in idle enjoyment.The ; will not end until variable :March has HOTELMr. the Greek had done, and Mr. Johnson, I I today with the advantage resting

guests spent the time in strolling ambled out like a lamb and mild upon hearing the story, administeredto I I with the allies, according to a midnight -
and Mrs. Win. L. Stillwell of Lavidas beating.
a
beneath the huge oaks and the weather invites return to New York, statement from the French war
New York, March 9.-A crucial among
I Colorado Springs, Colooo"are among The article is
following
printed over
Philadelphia or Chicago.
citrus trees, thoroughly enjoying the office tonight.
fight to make Thaw's sanity an issuein II
the happy and contented
r many guests the signatures of the parties involved:
pleasant occasion. Most of the in this
fighting district
his trial for conspiracy was inaug- I
RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT PROHIBITS I now making their homes at the GranhoteL d in
Article
Reply to
Reporter-Star of
urated late this afternoon by Attor- I occurred between Souvain and Per-
ney Stanchfield, and the effort resulted I ATTEMPTED: HOLD yp EXPORT OF FOOD Mr. and Mrs. Stillwell are on YesterdayIn thes, where the Germans delivered
their and could -
WITHOUT PERMIT 'II honeymoon, not possibly the
Reporter-Star af- I
in a drawn battle. Niles, Cal.Iarch 9.Attemptingto have selected a better spot than I ternoon 'an article appeared yesterday headed several desperate assaults in an effort,\

Justice Page ruled out the ques- hold up the State Bank of Niles Orlando to enjoy wedded bliss. Theyare "Well Known Citizens Arrested on to regain lost ground, but were repulsed -
London March
9.The Russian
tion as to Thaw's mental condition this afternoon an unmasked bandit I I Serious Charges." We wish to say in each instance.At .

three years ago, but based his decision -I shot and seriously wounded the cashier government has prohibited the export their prominent home socially and financiallyin that whoever he may be, the Re- Notre Dame de Loretk, north t

and was captured after excit- without special permit in each case city. porter-Star reporter is a dastardly of Arras the
on the demoteness of the testi- an fighting continued all
I coward and his
ing chase. A of any article of food or forage, I I statements as false as .
mony as related to the time of the de- bag containing $2,000in saysa Greeks and men of his type and char- !,day without a change in the positions
fendant's escape from Matteawan. currency, which the robber secured; Petrograd dispatch to Reuter's Telegram AMERICANS SERVE IN CANADIAN acter could frame up. I Ion I either'side.

Both sides claim a victory, buta was recovered. company. The sale of such ARMY Had he really wanted the true facts j I i North of Nesmil and in the Art
articles to foreigners engaged in the of the he would have
case come to |
I I
small
shade of advantage probably rests gonnes gains are claimed by the
OLYMPIC GAMES: IN AMERICA wholesale trade in these commoditiesalso Ottawa.The Canadian pariamenthas the "well known citizens" for same. I French.
with Thaw.
The view expressed by Stanchfield I!j I, Paris, March 9.-A special meeting is prohibited.BOY been informed that several for- tleman We wish could to say possibly further disapprove that no gen-of :I i t

is that Judge Page piainly intimated of the Olympic; committee was h,ld at mer United States army officers and the punishment meted out to the Re- : W. S. BRANCH WILL GIVE PRIZE ,'
'! Lyons; today and decided that the SCOUTS RECEIVE BADGES officers of the militia of several porter-Star reporter's friend, the :I ,1
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that while the testimony; as to Thaw's'condition | Greek. That the public might know I I "
several years ago might not Olympic games in 1916 be held in I American states are holding commands the truth in this case, we wish to say I I I The City Council held its regular
America instead of Berlin. The Boy Scouts receiving their in the Canadian forces enlisted !'I.
that the Renorter-Star
be admissible evidence tending to reporter'sfriend. bi-weekly meeting yesterday, devot- .
badges were Herbert Barlow, Clifford for service in
Europe. the Greek did
receive
,
show his mental state just prior to I a I i|: ing two hours to the session, which
TO PERMIT FIGHTING Proctor, Charles Yelvington, Rufus thrashing on last evening, adminis- I(!
his escape might have an important I was rather disinteresting. The first '
Laton tered by one J. C. Johnson, and that
I Barlow
Lindly
Carson and Howard
City, Nev. March 9.-The U. D. MEETING POSTPONEDThe
bearing on the issue. neither S. H. Kilgore or his two sons, I I I reading of a new plumbing ordinance .
The point is of utmost importance :l, Nevada legislature! today passed a bill Boyce.-By; a Boy Scout. Forest and Louis assisted in this j j occurred, and was laid over to the

to Thaw, since it may enable his at- permitting;!:' twenty round battling ex- meeting of the Annie Coleman thrashing. The crime for which the next meetnig, when it will be red

torney at once to shatter the conspiracy -II hibitions in the state. The bill now FRENCH RAIL DUTY OFF Chapter U. D. Coo has been postponedfrom Greek probably received not look the well punishment in print would, but again. It is virtually the same as the ,

charge and establish his client's goes to the governor for signature. Thursday, March 11, to Thursday only a father's protection of his little :old ordinance now in effect, but con-
Paris.
I The French customs dutiesof March 18. The meeting will beheld innocent six year old daughter from few
sanity case. I Rains a changes that the council
APRIL THIRD IS SELECTED AS $18 per metric ton on steel rails with Mrs. D. C. the hands of a brute.Manv .
The decision is doubly welcome to Ii Thompson, on necessary. W. S. Branch
has I i ap-
THE DATE FOR FIGHT been suspended by government Lake Lucerne. men have been lynched for j
the Thaw forces inasmuch as it followed decree until further notice. I less offense than the one for which I peared at the meeting, and stated that !

by a few hours Judge Page's I the Reporter-Star reporter's friend, jhe would give a, prize of five dollars

flat upholding of the legality of th Havana, March 9.-A fight for the OEPENING THE GATES OF PARIS the Greek, received only a thrashing.We |to the person submitting the best rep-
eworld's POLICE
[ heavyweight pugilistic cham- COURT are willing for the good people of
commitment of Thaw Matteawan:: I resentative design for an Orlando
Orlando to hear the pen-
pionship will take true facts in the
place at HavanaSaturday
p by Justice Dovrling, nullificationof Paris.-The Ternes and Bagnelet nant. The committee
upon Bill Jones case, then we are more than willing to make the
was fined five dollars in I
3 between I
which Stanchfield based April Jack Johnson of Paris from in the to abide their
: great II gates are open 5 by verdict. award will consist of five persons,
and Jess Willard. police court yesterday for getting I (Sismed) S. H. Kiljrore. J. R. Johnson
hopesj morning until 10 in the evening. Oth- who will be appointed by
I Mayor
1 drunk, and II. Robertson was fined I !" Louis Kilgore, F. A. Kilgore, J. C.
I
It also followed hard the gates will be opened to
upon refusal five jer soon car- Sperry.
dollars Johnson.
I WAS NOT A CANDIDATE for fighting. r
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of the court to permit Deputy riages. ",
The interview that the ReporterStar .

Attorney General Kennedy to lay be II I I Jas. L. Giles-was not a candidate MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT I I I had with the Greek is as follows PALATIAL HOTEL AT SARASOTA !

fore the jury in his opening address I for president of the Board of Tradeat A certificate has been lost by Lind- and is taken as his side of the j IS A COMPLETE LOSS

facts in the Anhut case, in which its annual The stockholders of the Country !ly Barlow and if anybody can give in- story:
meeting
Thaw was accused of seeking by bribery Monday night. !'formation please notify :Mr.: Wood- I I! Sarasota Fla March '
; Mr. Giles says he refused his consent Club will hold a meeting; Friday night :' "I was at my stand last night' 9.-Fire

through his counsel to secure a II to a committee that waited him at seven-thirty o'clock, at the San nick, scoutmaster at M. E. church at shortly after seven o'clock, tending ;;, started in the rear of the Hotel Palms

certificate of his sanity. This is a upon Juan hotel. !,,7:15 Tuesday, or notify Lindly Bar to own business, men came up suddenly i i completely destroying that hotel here
urging him to become a candidate. t take me by the arm. I
clean setback for the state, the two low at Mr. II. E. Hand's, Amelia ave say 'i'at 2 o'clock this morning, and
. . . . s . . : s. ss what for, but it do no good, they say swept
s
rulings handed down by the court being MEETING TONIGHT nue. I'we are officers,' and one man turned i| two other business blocks adjacent, ,

on the point of admissibility of IMPERIAL GARDENS AT VIENNA back the lapel of his coat and showed i ii I entailing a loss of over $100,000. The I

testimony as to the sanity of the defendant USED FOR RAISING ; . . . . i t i t t f . i I his bad e. The two men holding me li l<'hotel was filled at the time and .
\i The New York and New Jersey AsI i ,i had guns, and told me to move, taking many
CABBAGES : S NEUTRALS, KEEP SILENT OR' along the railroad. The five guests had narrow escapes. Mrs. j ,
me
I sooiation will hold a meeting tonight I I I
I HELP OUST GERMANS! men made me go on past the Seaboard Mary Willis, of Hammondsport, N. Y., '
TO ATTEND BIG MEETING OF at Tourist Headquarters at 7:30( Amsterdam. The Vossiche Zei- : depot and near the freight de-I|! was injured while being rescued. to

K. OF P:S o'clock. A large attendance is urged I' tung, in a recent issue said it had London.-"Unless neutral nations j pot, then they all circle around me, j; y
by the committee in charge. i draw their sruns, and say they 'blow '
.
heard from Vienna on orders issued ;; are prepared to assist in I! me up' if I make any noise. The j:i, JOE CHENEY WILL LECTURE
The following Orlando representatives S by Emperor Francis Joseph sS I I. throwing the Germans out of Belgium l- } struck me over the head with a bier j i

left yesterday afternoon for THE WEATHER the imperial gardens and all the no suggestions front them !1 stick, dazing me so I don't know hardly i i 1 Joe Cheney will give an illustrated .
Palatka I Florida: Fair Wednesday, what happen, except I see them :
where they went to attend a except available space surrounding the in the matter of preventing the i .lecture at the Grand theatre, Thursday
session rain in extreme northwest. Thursdayprobably run away. My pocket book was gone, :.
of the grand lodge Knightsof imperial palaces in and Vienna s further devastation of that 1 "
fair. near country had $100 in it. March 5, at 8 o'clock. The lecture -
Pythias: Messrs. N. P. Yowell, W. should be used for the raising are wanted" said Sir Edward i The case, which was set for this will be "Dartmouth College Win-

R. O'Neal-J. T. Dale, J. F. Homer, of cabbages, to provide food Grey the foreign secretary, in l ter Sports." It will be illustrated .

W. C. McLean, O. N. Larson, and A.M. &Easter O'Neal's.cards They and booklets at Curtis for, the people. the house of commons today. tumor'I j!:with slides and moving pictures taken I
are Come
Starbird. gems. . . . . . .
I, early for choice. New music. e t t 4 s ss s sss s . sssu can be secured. !,at the winter carnival held last month.


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HOTELSTHE I PICTURES OF BATTLES. SURPRISE SPRUNG THAW OX DEFENSEOF I II' II' II II " 1111111111. e.j


Warfare Has Always Been a Popular

Subject For Artists. New York, March 8.-John B. Wanted to BuyIron

KEYSTONE HOTELCorner From the earliest U.iot. history war Stanchfield sprung his surprise in the
has gneu Induration to the artist and
defense of the Thaw case at the close
West and Church Streets the work ut his haud wes do\\n to
of the first day of the conspiracytrial Black Eye Whippcorwill and
Splendid service Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. Oneof the best us on the wall ut ancient: gpt. worn Clay
Kates 7.SO week and rates to with the of thousands of which ended the selection of the .
cooks in the 8 ate. per up. Special parties passing Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. yean; from the ruined temples of antique jury in record time.

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop Greece, built. centuries before the Stanchfield claims that Thaw's com-
Christian era. Tbe picture writing of mitment to Matteawan was illegal in SALE
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primitive and savage peoples describes hat it did not provide for his dis- ,
ROSSMORE INNWindermere exploit ofar; many archaic war
charge as soon as he had recovered
pictures! brought to view after ages of, Stowell Evergreen Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent,
burial under desert sand,, bear much his reason. Having already been re-
Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
similarity to Indian drawings of oar stored to sanity as will be shown, .
and kind of garden, field and seed.
every grass
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout having heat electric own UKI time and laud Before the day of his escape, and be-

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Once years ago. away up on the njr: then still held in restraint he can

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating bathing and fish- Poplar river in Montana I bought
not be guilty of conspiracy of escaping Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeils Fresh j j
bartered fur. I sup|'o>e I should say. ,
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. from an institution where he was
as the pirnhave"was made mainly by
the medium of tea totMcco and sugar being illegally; detained.
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a "painted" robe l right off the back of The state contends that it doesn't
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn the war chief of a .liandof \anktounais- matter whether Thaw was sane or

ious our troop luid "rounded up" not his sanity being a matter of fu- City Drug Store
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa and brought into the agency." The skin ture determination. If he used illegal
was a tine -Mack bull. tanned on the

J. W. HURLEY underside to the softness of the bnes t neans to escape from Matteawan it ; J. L. DEAN Prop. ORLANDO Fl.! f
chamois leather and decorated with may be urged that he is guilty of

naive pictorial representations of tbe conspiracy.
MANAGERVISIT deeds of war of old Kill-Them-In-a.Holeas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . ..

tbe >*ol PRESBYTERS ELECT ----- ----
"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKA given tbe chief from some episode In
OFFICERS
FOR THE BEST FISHING his murderous t"al"t't"r-wbil"b in color.
We have arrived. Our stock is fresh.
On main country road four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of In grace and firmness of line were curiously ____________
like pictures from the pencil of Last evening at 7:30 at the hall of Clipped Oats $2.45 Alfalfa Meal -------____.$1.80
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. Rice Bran _______$1.60
some artist': of tbe Egypt of old. the Young Presbyters a meeting was .. oon.. --------
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto The glory of war Is the theme; tbe held for the election of Scratch Feed ---------- $, Brewer's Grain -_________S1.G5

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats well equipped exaltation of the sovereign the con officers for Marco Sweet ___________1.80 Fla. Dairy --------______$2.00A
the ensuing year. Those elected were: lew of our prices for today. Deliveries made only Mondays,
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. queror. form the chief motive of the
President E. Kirby Douglass; vice- Wednesdays" and Thursdajs." .
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier war picture of antiquity. Tbe monarchwas John T. TERMS-Cash with order, or C. O. D. A rebate of 5c. per
president, Branham
tbe hero before whose' terrible ; secretary
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing sack if you deliver your own goods.
sword all foes gave way. to whom vic Sidney P. Newell; treasurer Rob- Our delivery boy is instructed to bring the money of the goods.
purposes. tory came through his personal might ert D. Lewter; directors Bert K. There will be no deviation from the above terms.

and prowess. The warriors of the Walker, Ludolph Wichtendahl, Justin Get into the Pay-as-you-go habit. ,"
Greeks are shown as models of virile Schumann. THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGEW.

TOURISTS ATTENTION! strength and grace: their attitudes In L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
the fury of combat lost nothing of
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando artistic beauty iu the realism of the WAS AN INTELLECTUAL TREAT

ndt'rlnlTbe influence of the Greek --- -
Prepared by our New York Cook
masters of their art is evident in battle: Why I Am a Unitarian" was the

109 Rooms Bath, SteamHeat. 1.00 centuries baum pictures in of Scribner's.MEDIEVAL later.a time-Kufua.twoscore Fairchild and more Zog- day subject morning of the at sermon Unity delivered Chapel by Sun-the Ii\Ji\ : AN ADDED JOYs


Rev. Eleanor E: Gordon. It was an

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water intellectual treat and told of the s the letters you re-
PUNISHMENTS.Queer .
modern religious developments from ceive if they are writtenon

EMPIRE HOTEL Old Laws of England That Have the present time back to the activitiesof

Never Been Revoked. James Freeman Clark, in 1790, stationery that is of

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Although the stocks. like the pillory then the pastor of King's Chapel in fine quality and correct

and the ducking stool nave been done Boston. Following the services a

away with a lot of punishments sur- short business meeting was held. shape.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round vive In England which are every bit aa ,

,European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite medievaL The most ludicrous of these exist In During the absence of Miss Groves, it HIGHLAND LINEN

the two services-the army and navy Mrs. George Banschbach has been filling fills every requirementof
....-$ Y '
,1'z which were renowned In the past for her position in the high school

r ., .rep ;: the cruelties practiced In them In the most capably. Mrs. Banschbach (nee the most exacting

r iJ name of Justice. "Keelhauling"-as car. Miss Eula Smith) was for several customer because it is"CRANE"
ried out In the navy used of course to
years in charge of the English de-
amount to execution by drowning and has friends fi?& quality.
s t while in the army "running the gantlet" partment many TJ
l MTj\)
4' 5 was a popular way of punishing among the student body who are gladto ll\\Jl.W1Yl\! !d
W. S. Branch
troublesome soldiers. see her once more in the high .

Here is another queer punishment school athough only for a few days.
r which never has been removed from l1IIlm! OO THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

the statute book.. If you are motoring
Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey of Orlando, i
in beware lest
or driving England you
is in Clearwater for the week. While
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. run over anybody. for if you do so and here he is enjoying golf at the Belle-
cause his death your motorcar or car air links taking especial interest in

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. riage can be confiscated. Even a fall the professional contests of the week. Priced For Special Reasons
ing tree that caused the death of a human This is his first visit to Clearwaterand Special

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin being can be taken from Its owner. he is surprised at its progress IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESSA
The strangest punishment which still and prosperity.-Cleanvater Sun, 5th.
Building in Connections survives under modern law in Englandis good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800

." full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Orlando. Fla. that -outlawry. Only a few NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -
years ago-In 1906 to be exact-a lawyer PARTNERSHIP
to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
charged with forging a check was Notice is hereby given of the disso- to
the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according crop and
"outlawed" in the Glasgow high court lution of the partnership heretofore market conditions, price $8,500.00; also -
By this: sentence the person ot the ac- existing between J. L. Feinberg and Residence in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
Property
My
I cused is declared forfeit lie cannot W. E. Gore, Jr., trading under tl:e dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of

ORLANDO 'ROOFING bear testimony in a court nor sue nor firm Gore<<,name said; business and style being of Feinber located at& I. land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigate ,
defend an action. lie cannot act on a garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
the northwest corner of the intersection
AND jury nor rote at an election nor act as of and Church- Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough

tutor or guardian to another person.If street, in Orange the town avenue of Orlando Orange the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $f01
any one robs him be has no redress. 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
Florida. And that the business
METAL county
SHEET CO.
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described for
To any agent that sells the above property me ,
if any one kills him it seems rather of said firm has been transferred
doubtful if that person can be banged to, and assumed by the said J. L. : will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list

Pearson's Weekly.One Feinberg who will succeed absolutelyto the property at will or to sell it myself.' ,
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos both the assets and liabilities of

of New York's Tiny Streets. the said firm of Feinberg & Gore. I ED. F. EEZRL I

and Rubber RoofingsCornices New York bas some queer streets 3-7-5t
BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
and Edgar street is one of them. It
has been built up solidly on both sides Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest place[

Skylights. Heating. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings from end to end for generations, but
D. K. Davidson
it has no numbers, and no one lives on -

Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO The it. and letter no carrier one doe never business stops. It there.lldonly r GOLF INSTRUCTOR ... . ; . . . , ;" ;" .

one door and that Is kept locked
and never used. Fifteen long steps Orlando Country Club

take one along the sidewalk from one -
Telephone No. 249. REAL ESTATE \
end to the other. Queer little thoroughfare -

is Edgar street lying between
Broadway and the Hudson below

hector street. In oldest old Mew .
York -New York World. ,
The lot advertised for $1200,

The Question Box. with a reduction of $400.00, if We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If I : :
1 MG MGiI What kind of glue should I use to 11

I make a yard"'tIckA. B. C. buyer would build, was boughtby you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Please tell me how to tighten a hick

ory nut-.... M. F. Mr. Samuel Brice of New and talk your wishes over with us.
Why is it I cannot get any music t

from a bandbox?-Mrs. L G. York. We have decided to of- The manager of this firm has had years of exper- I
Can you tell me why it is that a firebreaks f

out at the start and goes out at fer another one. ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a liiI t
the fini -HeIen M.Iluw .
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ran I sharpen a nutmeg grater i
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
-Mrs. S.-Wisconsin State JournaL
Corner lot, well located. Side- &
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l, Terrorized. walks water lights North- two years.
i 4 gas.
; ; FE BInks-Why. Where's the breakfast?
We well posted on the values of all classes and
Mrs. Binks II n?! h. dear! The cook ate e"ast. $1000.00. Will take $600 are I ; ;
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it Binks What! Ate it all? Mrs.
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kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
E t t list F fkTlN fliVMiis5 Binks--Yes.dear. We mustn't say any if buyer will build within one

lu ..'5--.Jl3l, I thing.! 1 think cook; is Just the sort of
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real i
who would round and year.
woman go say
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N ; il iyry 1r )* ,
wi starved our help.-Cleveland Plain
Dealer Estate Bargains.


Crabbed Age and Youth.

' "Now. Thomas." said the teacher
: : > can explain the adage. "Old mentor
yon

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your "It council means.and" young replied, men Thomas for war"that?*** CARL DANN WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY I !

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and Jn old men do the quarreling and then

proper strength of the drugs you take. let the young men do the fighting.

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and Londun Fun. R. D. WARING, Manager
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. REAL ESTATE 1
Brutal Remark.
Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round Captain A Pirate's Kldd burled his treasure. Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 j

and you will never go anywhere else for them.MZEROK'S "If I were Air*. Kldd I would bid tl5tf

It In the tup bureau drawer." De aened. l -
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"IZZVS" BEEN WATCHING THE WIDE-AWAKE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR of Jacksonville' has a new Junior society PIPE ORGAN REFUSED TO

GOVERNOR TO ADDRESS I IMPROVEMENTS SEARS WAS IN ORlANDO doing finely. The senior society SPOND TO ORGANISTS

secretary Miss Elsa Reioehl, who is TOUCH 1

Mr. Editor: I take my pen in handto "Cheerfulness is what greases the also district secretary, returns home -
CONVENTION : .A Dispatch From WashingtonSays I .
write you a letter, for you aint axles of the world; some people go soon from teaching Elzey. In her' A peculiar thing happened at tie

heard nothin from Izzy in quite a a Bright Congres- through life creaking." This quota- absence from the metropolis her sister -i Methodist church Sunday night when

ANNUAL MEETING OF GOOD I spell. I reckon you allowed as how I I s sional Future Faces tion is doubtless true of many folks, Miss Sophia, served loyally as : the electric fuse that regulates tie

!was up to New York again a visitir.roun I Him but it is not of the kind of Endeav- secretary. Christian Endeavor in pipe organ burned out while Prqf.

ROADS ASSOCIATION : with my folks, but I been right i i ,orers who accomplish things. They Jacksonville, also many other places, James C. McLean, vocal instructor 'of

t AT ST. PETE I here in Orlando a watchin the new I 1 Congressman W. J. Sears, who has i try to wear "the smile that won't is pushing ahead. We never saw such ,, Southern College, was rendering {a

I pavin and a pretty good showin of just returned from Washington, D. C., ''wear off." progress in our union before and 'teautiful solo, "Rocked in the CradJe

I other improvements. When; I get my thank God for thus manifesting His of the Deep." :Mr. McLean had just
Invitations have been extended to was in Orlando yesterday from his Orlando Presbyterians have revived ,.
work done up I ride in my automo- I II i their and pleascre in our efforts to serve Him. finished the first stanza, when suddenly
Governor Park Trammell, State Comp- I home in Kissimmee. A dispatch from society Worthington
bile to look at the parks with all them GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
I I I Blackman says of them: "Have had and without warning, the pipe
trdoller W. V. Knott, and Commis- ,. lovely roses a bloomin and lookin like Washington says: i Interlachen, March 2, 1915. and the
organ stopped, organist
i an average of about thirty at each was
sioner of Agriculture W. A. McRaeto wanted to reach out your hand much with tha
you is
I I Mr. Sears pleased meeting, all showing great enthusiasm unable to draw music from a contin-

attend the annual convention of the and pick em. I guess them tourists two or three weeks he has been here for the work. I believe that this FRATERNAL ITEMS OF INTEREST : ual pressure of the keys. Everybodylooked

Florida State Good Roads Association, what turned their backs on snow and ,getting his bearings as a congress- society will prove one of the best in surprised, including the soloist,
ice is mighty glad to see em. I heard who
to be held at St. Petersburg, Fla., |man. Although he will not take his the state." Good news, this is. i,I :-- was plainly embarrassed: Mr.
I a lady say she dasn't pick one of them The special section of the Sunday McLean waited and waited for the oi-
March 24 and 25, 1915, and to deliver | seat until December he has been in Stuart, in southeastern district, hada
roses there near the monument cause Times-Union, Jacksonville, in its to him the
news gan on second
real "Peace" with main ad- accompany
,
the meeting
addresses. I Washington for some time to get
they belong to Mrs. Westcott, and'( of the fraternal societies, edited byJ. stanza, and to break the dead silende
dress Mr. Selser of
lion. W. A. McRae, state commis- lay of the land and to become ac- by Philadelphia.
t them in Eola Park belongs to Mrs. W. White, contains interest- Pastor Ley spoke and remarked
sioner of agriculture, has accepted, !quainted with those with whom he is I Others spoke on the subject who were many up ,
Whitman.- Anyways, I aint keen
on
ing items concerning the various fraternal "accidents happen in the best
-
well regulated
and says that he will deliver an address hereafter to work. posted, and nobody present
havin em picked, for there might not "
orders. The following notes families. It was then
and also "I have had time since II seemed to believe in war. discos
acceptances are expected I a good I I
be enough left to look like they was in Sunday's issue: ered that the could be repaired
from Governor Trammell and came here," Mr. Sears said. "The Remember the state convention is appear organ
a trying to bloom day. I loveto I in few minutes
every -0-- a and in the mearv
Comptroller Knott, as both have always members of the Florida delegation, April 16-18, in Jacksonville, with Dr. I
look into their pretty faces and "John T. Dale is the best great while the old reliable piano wa*
taken a deep interest in they :with Speaker Champ Clark, Oscar Chas. Evans, of Kentucky Union, as ,
think as how they are a smilin at :chief of records in the United States. pressed into service, and Prof. Mc
Good Roads movement.The Underwood and others, have been honored guest.and program helper.
I I Uncle John is always on the job and Lean sang the second stanza. .
United States Department of me.I very nice to me and I already feel at Greetings have just come in response -:1 f
feel happy and calm like I
very the boys are going to retain his ser-
Agriculture will also be representedat home. Of course, I do not know exactly to those sent the Manitoba
when I am a ridin over them nice I vices until the great spirit calls him LAKELAND BLUE LAW TOWNW.
convention which in Win-
the convention I will recently met
what committee
by a representativeof places get
paved streets, but when I begin to go I to the happy hunting grounds." Lind, who is a descriptive as4
the office of public roads. At the I but my friends are showing me the nipeg. Our Sunshine departmentsends
over them awful humps and bumps Isays 1 -o- tronomer, is in Orlando, and
annual convention, held in Gainesvillelast I want to get on the house such fraternal wishes to most stopping
to my man, I says, these here ropes. Knights of Pythias with W. M. Smith, chief of police, on
address committee because I state conventions and answers come
April a splendid on agriculture,
upon streets is too rough, I wonder West Central
my The grand lodge of the grand do- avenue. Mr. Lind came
Florida's needs in the way of good believe that so far as Florida is con- showing they are appreciated. In
spine aint dislocated a ridin here. I I main of Florida will meet in the city to Orlando from Lakeland, and said'
roads legislation was delivered by a cerned this is about the most impor- Canada are fine Endeavorers hard at
guess we won't be a wearin out them of Palatka next Wednesday and hat the authorities of that city refused
\ representative of the office of public tant committee in congress and a work.In.
iron-like brick, so when I spin aroundin i Thursday. to grant him a permit to operate -
roads. Crescent City, northeastern district -
place wherein I could be of much helpto
my automobile, me for the brick I .- his telescope in that city. lie'
Invitations will also be extended to Rev. Burris is the young Pres-
our people.
streets. Yes, every time, for when it The present officers of the grand says they arrested him and put him
several members of the next state Mr. Sears has made friends byterian pastor, and is trying to geta
many
comes my turn to pay for pavin I lodge of the grand domain of Floridaare under $20 bond. "Lakeland is a blue
legislature to address the conventionand done it without here, who predict a bright congres- stronghold for good: in the commu- I
any grouch or back as follows: law town controlled by officials who'are
express their views concerningthe sional future for him. nity. Mrs. Burris has a nice little :
talk. I says to my man, I says, this :1 Grand chancellor, Robert E. Davis. narrow-minded and prejudiced,"*
Junior society of nice active members.
necessary legislation to secure *
a here street needs pacin and pavin is Grand vice chancellor, Scott M. Lof- said Mr. Lind, "against anything of
state highway department. MOVING PICTURES OF CITRUS Several district secretaries and I '
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what is going to be done, and what's i tin. an educational character. The mayor
resolutions Junior superintendents sent quarterly
Strong
endorsing the CANKER
more its a goin to be paved for cash I Grand prelate, E. P. Roberts. is the kind of a man who looks at everything -
movement for a state highway department blanks lately and answers are not
out of pocket right down or my name Grand keeper of records and seals, from a restricted point of
for Florida and the impor- Frank Whitmen, of the Tampa Doming in promptly. Please acknowledge -
aint Izzy. This here kickin and growlin W. H. Latimer. view, as in the days of witchcraft,
tance of securing a state system of 1 I Daily Times, is in Orlando en route to if only by a postal card; do
aint to my taste, I want the town Grand M. of E-, William C. West. when superstition ran riot and public
connected highways have been II Dade make something to show received their
adopted I I county to a moving picture you
to keep up with the times and aint Grand M. of A., N. P. Yowell. officials openly employed their power.
by the Tampa board of trade, the I for the Florida Growers and letters.
got no patience with them grumblers Grand inner guard, W. J. Williams, to further their own selfish ends, us-
Leesburg board of trade, the Marion Shippers' League. The United Brethren young peopleof
what want every street paved except Jr. ing the ignorance of the people as a
county board of trade, the Lake City These films will show how the cit- Tampa celebrated the whole C. E.
their own, and don't act like they was Grand outer guard, William M. cloak to cover their misdeeds, when
chamber of commerce, and several willin rus canker is brought to this country week. On decision night they got
to for
pay nothin. This here Gober. every stranger was regarded with
,
other organizations. The movementis howl about taxes makes from Japan, how it is carried from three new members for the Quiet "
sick.
me We Representatives to lodge, suspicion.
constantly gaining strength and aint but place to place by parcel post, freight, Hour, and one for Tenth Legion; one supreme
a payin 13 mills and Jax or W. R. O'Neal, Sumter L. Lowry.OCALA'S .
the members of the State Good Roads Sanford aint express and boxes. It will show how for Life Work. These are three steps
a getting out of it :
so I TO SPEAK AT TAFT
Association fed assured that the leg- I'the disease is being combated and taken in many societies over the
easy as that; I'm a tellin Mr.
you $75,000 BOND ISSUE IS
islature, which convenes next month will show specimens of the infected world, on February 14th. Rev. Geo.
Editor, Orlando is all to the good, so HELD VALID Rev. R. A. Carmine, D. D., district .
will enact the
needed legislation to fruit.It Waldron, state vice-president, gave an
no more at this writin. I
of the Jacksonville
secure the wished for results.CONTRACTOR will show how the infected trees address one evening; Ex-District superintendent

Yours truly, are removed and burned. The objectof President Charles had a question box. Ocala, Fla.-The argument for the district, will deliver a lecture in the

IZZY BUTTIN. these pictures is to arouse the peo- Endeavorers from Lake Magdaleneand validation of the bonds for $75,000 for M. E. church chapel at Taft Saturday

R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see Take Kodak ple generally to the seriousness of other Tampa societies visited the electric lighting purposes for Ocala Wght, March 20, at 7:30 o'clock. The

before letting contract, if you are go- your films to Robinson. 3-3-tf- the situation, and to obtain legislationand society of which Treasurer Cava- that has been before Judge Bullockfor subject will be, The Old Women and,
ing to build and want the best house A silver will betaken
New. offering
b possible for invested. funds with which to combat this naugh is president during its C. E. the past several days was con- the

P. O. Box 195.money LPhone 478. The Sentinel want ads. hardly ever great menace to the citrus industry I week. cluded yesterday and the bonds val- at the door. R. J. Brewer, pas- :

2-18-1moc fail to bring results. successfully. I The Springfield Presbyterian church idated. tor.
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The Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the Following Conditions ;



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


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


for 10 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Florida Real Estate & Investment Co. will reserve 1


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. .;


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Proposition No. 2 j

Proposition No. 1
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits, _

which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We .

all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange ;

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Avenue Groves. Assets i in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the .;

day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money ;
and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The
out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning i

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

second floor, 4 I large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and Grape

Fruit trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remark- j

are decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above J

Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerage. the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and. a large

connections made, and both streets bricked. barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than :
are
paved.
20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within :

30 days from purchase.

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


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


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


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DAILY The question of buzzards is one too much money in raising the standard ,I }V ANTED-A return ticket to Chicago &.
that will prove of absorbing interestat of agriculture. ]I III. Address A. T. B., Box. i -
Florida Sentinel 171.
South the meeting of the legislature. The i I Sam Griffin, representative from ;!I 3-10-St \
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. state press comments at great length !this district, is going before the legis-i 111'Ah'TED-to I exchange good citrus I
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\v. C. ESSINGTOX ..,.. .Bu inu" Manager upon the buzzards and if nothing elseis lature with several bills of an interesting j' land for automobile; must be in I'I j .
f -- done this session of the legislaturemay i! nature, and bills that will havea [ good condition; no junk considered.
II Box 717, Orlando. 3-10-3t I .
Entered at the postoffw-e at Orlando Florida 'I II
go down into history as "The much needed place on the statutebooks
a* Second Clam Mail Matter. I 1
of Florida. .I1.is
Buzzard Legislature. pushing.agitatlon 111 t

Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... *5.OO I The Palm Beach Post says the buz- I in lavor of the standardized
Daily Daily. 6 1 Months .....,................ Z.bO zard must go. "The State," publishedat I field box, and is going to present a Two Handsome
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Months
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Daily. that will inn
Daily. 1 Month .,..". ........... .50 Jacksonville, asserts that the buz- I bill protect keepers. _
-Weekly.--1-Year ...,._...,..............$1,00 zard is as filthy as the fly, and that The latter bill is patterned after Lake Front
all the boys should be given an opportunity one now operative in Arkansas, and
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN to kill it. other states. Its salient features are, OUR SILK DEPARTMENT
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ADVERTISERS: The Miami Herald also takes up the that any person who shall obtain Grove and Home

subject, and says the question is an food, lodging or other accommodation
adTcrtininr Copy far moat display be handra and all in at.thr the hand-wt business interesting one and that before the I at any hotel, inn, boarding or eating I II | Properties !

office the,day.f before the Sentinel:publication.: n.t later This than ml-I applies p. m. legislature should repeal the bill,making I house, with intent to defraud the own-I A highly interesting displayis
to chances, for contract advertising: it ia it lawful to kill buzzards, the his- ,er or keeper thereof, shall be fined I I i
Invariable and will be strictly, adhered to. tory of the buzzard should be thor- ;not exceeding one hundred dollars or now being made of the
Subscribers desiring Te Sentinel: dNron- oughly investigated i.Le imprisoned in the county jail not
should notify the ou ce in writing on !
tinued
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be The Melbourne Times, not to be ,exceeding three months. I I II One of them is the pret-

continued until notice at to the stop rejrular is !receives subscription rates. outdone, takes a shot at the buzzard,, j On the face of it this proposed law tiest lake front location in NEW

Telephone Numb r -... and says the increased interest in livestock 'seems to be an excellent one. It will the State of Florida, with
I raising in the state will have a .protect the small inn keeper and large and most C.
WEDNESDAY; MAUCII 10, 191:;. acreage a
tendency to increase the death rate: boarding house from the ravages of modern dwelling.The AMERICAN
among the buzzards. (dishonest patrons who wilfully obtain
THE LEGISLATURE. t Passing from the subject of ornithology -, '!i food and lodging with the intent to other has a fine
In a few weeks the state legisaturewill to that of laws, the Tampa Tri-i I defraud. grove, with modern improvements j i COLORSFor
be in session, and until recentlythe tune remark*, "What we need is not; ; Mr.-- Griffin- --- says it is the small I
and worthy of
exchanges coming to the Sentinel so many laws but better laws, and i if f i things that count. He states that annually I
have refrained from making any extensive the next legislature will perfect some; poor widows and hard workingwomen any further improvements
editorial mention of what the of the measures we already have and I j are beat out of a just living desired. I [ Spring 1915] I

legislature will or will not do. repeal some useless ones now on the 'and considerable money.
These are high priced i
The last of February Gov. Tram- books, a long suffering public will be, i j Other questions that will come up properties, but they are i Represented in Dainty Silk
mell announced that he would recom- I duly grateful. The Apalachicola L before the legislature are quarantine

mend to the legislature a few sub- Times hopes that the legislature will I[ protection for citrus industry, reapportionment both big bargains. IS. Fabrics of choice qualitiesall --
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jects of vital interest to the state. not create any more salaried officials. of members of the legis-

Among these were recommendationsfor I A question that is causing no little! lature, a constitutional convention, I Manufactured. Dyed and I
the increase of agricultural activi- comment is the one that faces the> woman suffrage- --- amendment'- prohibition .
ties in Florida, the enactment of a legislature which provides that mu- amendment, revision of drainagelaws !
I S. G. olive & Son Finished in the United States
law imposing a small annual license nicipalities may change their chartersat separation of state and county I
tax on corporations doing business in any time by a vote of the people taxes, reduction of the legal 1 rate of : I

this state, the regulation of insurance I without an appeal to the legislature.The | interest, and a more perfect tax deed REAL ESTATENo. Included in the Display are :

companies, and a reform of court pro- Tampa Tribune says this meas- law. The exchanges do not comment i ,

cedure.It ure should have become a law in Flor- |on the above to any extent but any II 3 WEST PINE STREET CORDED SILKS
would.seem from the editorialsin ida many years ago, that it will vest well informed citizen is fast coming
our exchanges that the insurance this; authority absolutely in the pea I to the conclusion that prohibition and Second Floor PLAIN and CHIFFON
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proposition is one that will come in ple affected where it belongs, and thatit woman's suffrage are live issues. ''I'I.1

for a great share of attention from will enable cities and towns to carry - -- - -.1 TAFFETAS a
the legislators. The governor in his I out the wishes of their voters in such I
recent recommendations suggests a matters without engaging in a fight I SATIN RADIUM I
law that would make i it unlawful for before the legislature.The ;

two or more insurance companies doting passage of such a law means CASCADEUX CREPE

business in Florida to make or en- better municipal government and beti
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DE CHINES
ter into any combination or arrange- ter state government. Represents- :; CREPE
ment relating to the rates to be live Martin, of Hillsborough county, |
DE CYGNE
PEAU
charged for insurance, the amounts of will urge the passage of such a bill i

commission to be allowed agents for at this session of the legislature. I Do You Realize CASHEMIREDESOILEIntroducing
procuring the same, or the manner of i There seems to be little doubt but .
transacting such business within the I that the state press will support the '!
state. governor in his recommendation for the New Amer-
I Your Insurance Contract Sometimes .
The St. Petersburg Independentsays a change in judicial procedure of the

F. A. Wood, who will represent courts as relates to civil actions. Saves You From Bankruptcy ? ican Colors,
Pinellas county in the legislature, will There is no doubt but what the plead- I
devote his best efforts towards having"enacted ings should be simplified and technicalities ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUE
a law prohibiting combina- eliminated in all of the courts, THEREFOREIt 1 i ARIZONA SILVER

tions to fix insurance rates. thus hastening and expediting trials. PALM BEACH
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The Tampa Tribune sustains the "The State" urges the passage by stands that OREGON GREEN
to reason it should be correctly -
PEACH
DELAWARE
Independent, and says it thinks it can the legislature of a compulsory edu-
promise the active assistance of a cation law. There should be no oppo- drawn so that you can realize on :1 NEWPORT TANGETTYSBURG
large majority of the membership of sition to the proposed bill, because GRAY
it when
have fire. It is
you a as necessary -
I TUXEDO BROWN
both houses of the legislature, backed there is no doubt that hundreds of
by the state press. children who are idling away their as the examination of the title to your : PIPING ROCK
The Tribune says that no legislator time should be under the instructionof NORTH CAROLINA VIOLET

yould dare oppose some such legislation a capable school teacher. property. An inspection cordially invited. Samples

*and regulation of a monstrous The Live Oak Democrat asks, "The cheerfully sent to out-of-town customers.
evil which annually extracts millions public employs school teachers, why For Rates and other Information Callon .

of dollars from the people of this not farm teachers." This is a sound or Phone

state. argument.ind agrees with Gov. Tram- I OUR MILLINERY ANDREADYTOWEAR
And now the St. Petersburg Inde- meli's recommendation that a law be ,

pendent comes out with an editorial enacted authorizing county commis- I
saying that there is talk in that city sioners to employ agricultural agents. I

of the insurance companies withdrawing With Florida constantly advancingin The highest of euconiums seem inade-

from the field in Florida and allowing agricultural pursuits, every effort quate to express the praises bestowed by
the people to go without insurance should be made by the state to instruct S. Y. WAY our customers upon some of our Creations.
1 or form mutual companies.The and to aid in the developmentof Not only are the styles we show so disk
Independent continues that this Florida land. With the growing of tinctly original, without being in the least

a threat is designed to prevent the leg- more diversified products, more people Insurance and Real Estate extreme, but they are priced so remark-
Agent
islature passing any bill that would are settling in Florida than ever ably reasonable that our new standard of
break up' the present insurance mon- I before, and it is impossible to expend values have been a revelation to many.

opoly. PHONE 172
"In this state the people want the DoctorsBiickiiiiistiT
right to organize mutual companiesand SAND
want the trust broken up. They & Brunte(
want each company to fix its own Not for a decade has there been such
rates and net be forced to accept a OSTEOPATHS a demand for one particular color as there
rating made by a central association; Personal instruction under Dr. Still is at the present time for SAND and

in other words they object to a combination at Kirksville, Mo. shades that graduate from almost an

that has the arbitrary powerbeing 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Oyster tone, to a deep Bisque or Putty.

placed in the hands of a few: I National Bank. Phone 578. -, Anticipating the demand several months
men as have the insurance companiesto a ago we made our purchases accordingly,
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rates being fixed by a commission," " ,11111,1,11111.1,1.18.1..111..11.,1..1. so that at the present time, we are in the
says the Independent.The j unique position of being able to demon-

Arcadia Daily News( believingthat I strate this extremely fashionable color in

insurance" regulation must come I\ : $200 $225 $250 and so on H DRESS GOODS .
'; "Is there
says. any good reason why
1 PLAIX AND FANCY SILKS
insurance premiums should be I
ed from well protected risks cOllect-j HOSIERY
oi'550
a
to $500
ida and then loaned on up ; MILLINERY
other states that are no better than I UEADY-TO.'VEAR
the Florida securities and that more SHOES GLOVES TIES
I
,
especially since such loans are usually Any price you want to pay for one of the choice
made at a smaller rate of interest :\Ien's: Suits, :\Icn's: Shirts, \Icn's Ties,
!
than the bonds for Florida securities I Ien.s Hats, :\Ien's Sox, :\Ien's: Gloves.thcKSON .
find in the money: market? PARK
"It is Florida's business-Florida

people pay the bills and the benefits
should be awarded to Florida."

Another vital issue that will face Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re i
the legislature is one dealing with the
proposed state highway department. strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask IYESc.

The, state highway department will
aid; in the development of roads in your dealer if you care to see these lots. j
Florida as no other organization can

possibly do. .DEP ART ME NT STOREI l
Other states that have been tardyin
..
appointing a state highway commission -..

been no have exception.The suffered. and Florida has TAYLOR & THORNTON \ ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE II

state needs a highway commis- The Store of true service, of never-falling courtesy ,
of fair dealing, ofc
sioi and one that will be the means trust-worthy mer
chandise, at right prices
of advising county commissioners as
to road materials, county line connections Proprietors ORLANDO. a FLORIDA

methods of construction, and :,I

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By Miss Eliza Wright '
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Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR ly entertained after the rehearsal last
week by the pastor, Rev. Ley, and his
March 10th13th. family. Misses Hallie and Esther (
Ley were home for the week-end and Vitagraph --- Liebler Feature Film Co. =
Wednesday assisted in entertaining the guests. .
10 a. .-Equal Suffrage League, Cream and delicious cake were served.
Unity Chapel. Presents
3 p. m.-Twentieth Century Club; I ROSALIND CLUB WILL
Mrs. Hudson, hostess. GIVE DANCE.
Unity Circle; "The Home Trainingof I On "gentlemen's evening" at the HALL CRANE'S
the Child;" Dr. G. Hardy Clark. I Rosalind Club, Thursday night, 'the f ',. .: j
New Lucerne weekly dance. I hospitality committee announce that >
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Wednesday Card Club; :Mrs.: Josiah there will be an informal dance. For I ALWAYS AP1'ROPRIATE.tLWAYS WELCOME
Ferris, those who do not care to dance, card "THE CHRISTIAN"l
hostess.Thur5 is a gift of Cut Glass. In
our present showing we have many
ay tables will be placed on one side, of
"Here and There" Club; Miss Mc- the room. The McIntosh orchestrawill beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs, such as water sets, 1 1FOR
Mullen hostess. furnish the music. Mrs. O'Neal, fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern
Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. Feinberg, hos- chairman, arranged the entertain- 8 reels of compelling drama 8 dishes, cologne bottles, powder and puff jars, etc. all specially
tess I ment, but will be absent from the cityon priced.
"t.entlemen's; evening" at the Rosalind that e\ening. Mrs. Carr, Mrs. "_ j
1 C'luh; Mrs. O'Neal, chairman. :Monroe, Miss:: Willie Person, of the
Friday committee, will be assisted by :Mrs. FEATURING EARL WILLIAMS AS JOHN STORM; EDITH i ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. t
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Blackman, mu- Arthur Odlin of Arcadia, who is visiting ,
sic:.le and reception, Rollins: College. in the city, and Miss Mollie Ray. STORY AS GLORY QUAYLE; CHARLES KENT, HARRY t!
,
.Dance, Rossmore \Vindermere.. -- = 0
Saturday SOCIETY WILL SEE NORTHRUP AND OTHER GREAT STARS. !
Kntre Nous Card Club; Miss BALL GAME.:: I i
Branch, hostess.Saturday.Auction. Society will turn out in full for the
Bridge Club. baseball games today and tomorrow, FINISHING DOORS IWe I
-0-- as they will be "the event" in Orlandofor WITHOUT A DOUBT ONE OF THE GREATEST PICTURES AND WAINSCOTING
INTERESTINGIEETIXG:: several weeks. Many automobile
OF SOKOS1S CLUB. parties are made up for the first day.A EVER PLAYED IN THIS CITY. have the best stains and varnishes
The Sorosis Club held an interesting DELIGHTFUL- UltIil manufactured. Do you doubt itt?

:Miss meeting Mary Branham yesterday read afternoon a paper when on AFTERNOON.: Well, seeing is believing. And the

the "Winthrop Farm School;" Mrs. The L. of N. Circle spent a very way to see it is to put it on yoir
FIRST PERFORMANCE ____
Overstreet on "Finding Employmentfor delightful afternoon, Tuesday, with --------------10 O'CLOCK A.M. 'I doors. If you don't say it's the t it
the Unemployed;" Mrs. Wright on I Airs. C. L. Townsend and sister, Miss SECOND PERFOIDIAXCE3 material you ever used for the monty,
MTh Ford Factory." All the talks Maud A. Kepner. A history of the O'CLOCK P.M. well stand the That's fair,
were instructive: and after these"Ir. j circle, now in its sixth year, was read, THIRD PERFORMANCE ; expense.
___7 O'CLOCK I isn't it?
Joe Cheney gave an informal talk on I with timely thought for members absent ---------------- P.M. |
the "Outing Club and Winter Carni- 'I and for one gone to her long
val" at Dartmouth College, where he j home. Instructive articles and short FOURTH PERFORMANCE --------------___9 O'CLOCK P.M.A [ Orlando Paint & Wall Paper 6>
has recently been, and where as a i talks along the line of the work of _.
member of the club a few years ago j I the circle were heard. Much amusement GUARANTEED ATTRACTION F 205 S. Orange Avenue I
he made several records in winter I grew out of a plan by which \
sports. All together the afternoon each guest came to know and under- I Children 15 cents Adults 25c.: COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261
was a most entertaining one. stand herself better. Delicious cake I
-0-- and cream were daintily served. -; t-
MRS. GORDON WRIGHT Those present were Mrs. Duckworth, ONE DAY ONLY 11111. 8 I I H fr W I \
HOSTESSThe Sr., :Mrs. Eliza Young and daughters, I
Card Club Mrs. Wm. Smith and Mrs. I
Junior Matrons was I daughters
entertained by Mrs. Gordon Wrighton Poole, Mrs. Scruggs, and Mrs. Bel- LucerneTODAY FAVORTE THEATRE ; WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER :
Tuesday afternoon at her home on lows. 1
Osceola street. Miss White and :Miss: I -0-- i I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission i Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
:Malone substituted for two of the I Miss Lulu Follett Brown, of Indianapolis I Something new Something: New I
members who were absent. Miss is the guest of Mrs. M. C. I 5 Cents Try it. Ask Abou it.
White made the highest score, receiv-I I Hunt, at Rock Lake, Orlando. Mrs. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
ing a lovely deck of cards. Salad,I Hunt is occupying her new bungalow, I II I three or more
marguerites, salted nuts, and tea were which has recently been completed.Miss I i .>IIMM IMtlMMfTODAY'S Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
serv'1 after the games. Brown will be her guest for the I "THE BETTER MAN"A PROGRAM COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

-0-- remainder of the winter season. I Majestic Feature, Complete in 3-Reels-3 POTATO SALAD
:MRS. FUDGE HOSTESS --
FOR "AUCTIONEERS." CELEBRATES Two Parts. Joker. "The Genii of the Vase," J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
Mrs. Herschel Fudge was hostessfor BIRTHDAY.Mrs. I with Ernest Shields, Betty Shade, Ed- I
the "Auctioneers" Card Club yes- John Head, of Sutherlin, Iowa, die Doland. Phone 26 Bakery
terday afternoon. The guests were who is spending the winter at Duke Powers. "Just Mother," a story of
the club members and Mrs. Murphyand Hall, entertained about thirty-five of "THE TEST"A maternal sacrifice and gentle revolt.
Miss Hard in. The highest score her friends at a theatre party at the Universal "Universal Ike, Jr., on
was made by Miss Hardin, who was I Grand last evening, following which Selig Drama.66)IABEL His Honeymoon," with Bobby Suehrer
presented with a dainty prize. At i delightful refreshments were served and Louise Glaum. Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
the conclusion of the games the hos- i at Duke Hall, and a pleasant social Five cents to all.
tess served delicious refreshments.. I time was enjoyed. Manager Tallman
roped off FATTY AND THE
- a special section for the -
DELIGHTFUL CRUISE guests last evening. Yesterday was LAW"A
ON YACHT "LUCILE." Mrs. Head's brother's birthday and he '
Mr. Edwin Beeman was host for a sent her a liberal check, requesting Keystone Komedy.
delightful two days cruise up the St. her that she spend it in some manner FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Johns river on board the Beeman private that would celebrate his birthday in ----
yacht, the "Lucile." The guests the proper fashion. Consequently the
were :Miss Eudalia White Miss Lucile theatre party and the elegant refresh- Four of Those Big Reels Again. ,
Satterthwaite, Mr. Billie Beardall, ments resulted. Established 1886
chaperoned by Mrs. Wm. White. Motoring i

to Sanford on Sunday the par- Again we call your attention to the
ty left early in the morning and returned -I SAME LITTLE PRICES
classified .
Monday evening, after a most ads.Completely CURTIS & O'NEAL
pleasant trip up the picturesque rher.
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ANNIVERSARY DINNER, Furnished .
MR.: AND :MRS. FELTER.On VENEER CORES
untlavIarch: seventh, a very Home Including INSURANCE LOANS
a
enjoyable dinner was given by Mr.
+ and Mrs. P. S. Felter, in honor of the I $1.25Per
anniversary of their marriage. Covers I| Fine PianoAT
were laid for twelve, all of whom i Strand Up REAL ESTATE RENTALS
were relatives of the host and hostess -
several of them visiting from A GREAT ARCA1N FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
distant states.' Those present were : OAK WOOD
Modern
residence
Mr and Mrs. Frank Winston Dr. oi nine
Henry C. Fisher, U. S. surgeon, of rooms and bath Completely Orlando Wood YardB. .
Walden Colo. :Mr.: Albert Fisher, :Mr. (
furnished.
James B. Felter, of Clermont, Fla., Fine locationtor W. Kingsley, Proprietor s st
Mrs. Elnora Holbert, Equinuck, Pa. rooming house. Largelot PINE STREET AND R. R. 's
Mr. L. W. Felter, Walden, Colo.. Miss Telephone 344 .
Winnie Fisher, and Mr. and Mrs. C. 77x225. Garage and ser- 9-30 For Sale .
E. Felter. vants quarters. Beautifuloak

shade trees and
u. D. c. MEETING"POSTPONED. some
fruit. Owner will sacrifice at OSTEOPATHYDR. House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167 Price '
The meeting of the Annie Coleman only Sjooo. Terms half cash
Chapter, U. D. C., has been postponed
from Thursday,the eleventh,to Thurs- and balance i, 2 and 3 years. J. C. HOWELL $4500.00. A bargain.
day, the eighteenth. The meeting will
and
be held with Mrs. D. C. Osteopathic Physician Surgeon
Thompson,
on Lake Lucerne.METHODIST Cooper Atha Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free

CHOIRENTERTAINED.-0- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -1
114 South Orange Are Ground Floor HoteL

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KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES I

i Establishing: a New Standard of Tire Values

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

i 7,300:; MILES ON 3 AND 3i/2! INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 V

30 x 31/2 --______$11.60 12.20 2.70. ?

: 5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH: CASINGS j 33 x 4 --:----____$19.05 20.00 3.85 : I.

6,000IILES: ON ALL OTHER SIZES. KANT-SLIP. CASINGS. ,. 34 x 4 -_-______19.40 20.35< 4.00 r.

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

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CUT PRICESTO FOR per SALE-Best Colony for sale truck at farm a bargain in Pros-if -'.."1.1nl1 er. I.a1"11 tilc1 ingle.s

SENTINELWANT sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
acres of as good land as! there is in
GETREADY'CASH Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation;
all under fence; 6 room house auto
S and wagon sheds feed barn stables,
corn crib and poultry house; crop and
some farming toots go with place.S. .
S. Bowman Taft Fla.2-19-d&wk-lmo 4

The Morning Sentinel Want

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY ORLANDO ,
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. RATES pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy
For One Day ______________25*. and early shippers of winter vegeta- Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime !
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ___________50e bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli- Royal Agatite !
I For Six Days _______________75c mate; invigorating salt air from the j
For One Month ___________$%.50 gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
2 Lots Concord Park
This rate applies on all ads of sian wells; this proved and tested
Seminole Park- Lots- 25 words or less. If the ad con- land close to transportation, surrounded -
tains more than 25 words the rate 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 "' zm fiJ
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts <<- values will fellow. This special offeris I
the above. 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 I Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Sentinel Want Ad. I CO.,

Watkins Block PHONE SO4, FOR SALE .I 2-21-lmoc<< Box FOR 609 SALE Sarasota Fla. KINCAID ann SNOVBBNOrlando's \ \


Terms to Suit Purchaser
-For FIneWATCH FOR SALE-Several young cows Good citrus and truck land cleared 1
fresh and fine.. Wm. H. Behrens,
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on
CLOCK and Clarcona, Fla. 3-7-6t-ltw brick road to be built this year two Largest and Cheapest 1
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
REPAIRING FOR SALE Automobile
JEWELRY in first
rings or white H. G. Jackson R. F.D.
class condition; fully equipped; a No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. I
call on C. VATER whois bargain. Inquire at the Florida Real 2-14-lmo FURNITURE HOUSE
Estate and Investment Co., above Peo-
an expert at this trade ples National Bank. 3-7-6t
FOR RENT .,
with many years experience FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome
for small family; garden FOR RENT-Three large rooms, with Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
!j Youngs Repair ShopOpp. growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- all modern improvements; 9 per A
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion month. Also one detached room, 18
Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH avenue. 3-7-lmo 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 .-:
berry farm; crop goes with place;
bring returns on your investment at WANTED-Want to buy small home
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 1l 1i
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.Pure. first class condition; extra equip- FOR RENT-Furnished rooms up-
ment; 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. f
Also garage. Phone 380. 300 East OF 1t
FOR SALE] Horse
wagon harness Concord avenue. 3-7-3tc !
and buggy at a bargain; good all
Florida around horse and trusty. Also some FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences -
household goods. R. E. Gray, R. F. D. unfurnished. Jas. A.
No. 2, Highland Grove.
3-4-6t
Knox. 11-3-tf
Ga.s Heaters ;

Honey FOR SALE-A good work horse; NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
quite No. 19 East Pine street at A.
10-25-tf .
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo *
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FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story WANTED Having a few heaters left which we dof[not wish to car-

cottage seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, porches, WANTED young pointer covey the to close them
Calumet excellent condition. W.roomy L. Tilden. dog, male. State price and qualifi- ry through coming summer we are going

2-23-tf cations.son on quail.One Address that has, J.had H. one D.. P.sea-O. out during the month of March at the following prices: I

Box 124, city. 3-9-3t*
Baking FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
equipped; speedometer. Presto. tank, WANTED horse for its keep for
etc. A bargain. Act Call Heaters for
I Ford Garage Church street.quick. 2-12-tf at the summer; will purchase if satis- $8.50 $6.80
PowderCARUTHERS factory. Apply "G. K.," Sentinel of-

fico. 3-7-3t Heaters for 5.20
FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright 6.50
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
Weeks in the recent contest will be ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano may be seen PALMS
& GORE at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Now is the time to plant palms. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
Weeks, 10 Washington street. We have the best assortment; of palmsto I
1-13-tfc be had. Also Griffing's Roses give
results. W. H. Brokaw. salesman ,
New Modern G FOR SALE-Five] 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
Grocery y in A-l condition passenger; cheap touringcar for 2-27-12tc BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

cash or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor FOUND-AN automobile
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 crank. Owner emergency have
Phone 200 1-4-tf may same by
calling at the Sentinel office and pay-
ing for this ad. 3-9-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
6 and 8 East Pine St. and tools best farm in county; variety TRACY & MOORE CARPENTERS
fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- House repairs of all kinds done
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
Bldg.;, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own- doors and windows
screen a specialty; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
er. 1-16-tfc
sleeping porches counters, shehing,
garages, office fixtures; window and
5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of door frames made to order. Get our
the most important items in successful prices. 18 East Church street. A GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished
growing of fruits and vegetables.Talk postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo .
with II. McDaniel.. lie has
made a success of growing both. lie ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" sleeping car from Orlando to Washington -
brand. His experience is worth some- commencing March 17. Leave I
North and West"DIXIE thing to you. Phone 708. Orlando Tuesday Thursday and Sat- --
2-26-lm urday nights on train No. 82. This
car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m. 1870
FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden 3-6-tf
FLYER""DIXIE I seed see J. L. Dean Prop. City R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '

LIMITED" Drug Store. 3-4- .wks buy BUYERS sell rent AND and SELLERSI exchange real 132 Park Place, New York Finley's Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperS tore

"SEMINOLE LIMITED" FOR SALE estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., Wholesale Dealers and Commission

"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" 75 acres suitable for citrus culture over 30 years. Have handled over Merchants in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected
and truck farming, bordering on a $20,000,000. Call and see /ne.
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" pretty lake and has one-half mile 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers, High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford Brushes Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
brick road, this frontage being adapted FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and Represented by ,
Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis, for nice home sites; could be sub- strawberries phone H. C. McDaniel. Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati divided into 40 building plots 60x200 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor made CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING f
Louisville and intermediate points. feet each, leaving about 60 acres for vegetables will be given low Liberal advances on con-
citrus fruits and truck farming; five prices. 2-20-lmo signments.R. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S

minutes walk to railroad station E. Cochran, President.T. .
Dining Cars via stores hotel school and churches. Umbrellas recovered and repaired
When you consider location and good "while you wait" at Young's Repair L. Turney Treasurer. PIONEERHONE
transportation facilities with other Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc 1.22-2m
Atlantic Coast Line advantages the property's real valueis 67 Corner Pine and Court
PHONE 646
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
Standard Railroad dent who needs money. He author-
of the SouthA.
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who- It Is Time
ever buys this property gets a bar- AUTO FOR HIRE
W. Fritot D. P. A. gain. For further particulars, call on
Jacksonville Fla. E. C. Young room 10, McNeill & To Plant Vines FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
Davis building, corner Church street
J. G. Kirkland D. P. A., and 1-31-tfc Orange avenue. Orlando. BARNARD & SON i The :hLCarl e-o "

Tampa, Fla. Bignonia
17 Hnghej Street Orlando Fla.
LOOK!-18 fine city lots for sale. Vinesta 12-10-im OF CLEANLINESS; OF QUALITY
Also furnished or unfurnished I
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE)
houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton owner Bougainvillea FRESH AND SALT HEATS

Methodist, 215 South church.Main Phone street 99.opposite Palms and Ferns I' S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary condition

2-27-lmo everything screened away from the flies, and kept frMfc

CHIROPRACTOR I and
I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction pure.
nor any city lots outside of graduate Davenport College 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
DR. L H. RAMSDELLI the corporation though I have some VIOLET DELLGARDEN 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone everything in the Heat Line.EC. .
splendid building lots near Lake Eola, 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
OPTOMETRIST and they will be priced on their mer- being restored to health by chiropractic -
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE its. See the owner and save commis- adjustments the new scienceof IVdC.: Self. i& Co.
..ion" H a McDaniel. Phone 708. removing the cause of disease. Ex-
AND FIT GLASSES DO ALL GRIND KINDS LENSES OF 2-26-lmo J. M. CARUTHERSPhone amination free. 12-24-lmo PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET 0

h OPTICAL REPAIRING Get the news In the Sentinel first. 509. 408 South Lake St. Don't overlook the want ads. I I




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u.4 SUPREME COURT TO DEDE :i[i PORTION OF LEE COUNTY A Yi BASEBALL COURTESY. I .. 1 i
VALIDITY OF CITRUS I j BOND FOR $100,000
FRUIT ACT i f i A Home Run That Saved Murphy and
Fort Myers, Fla.-A special meet- Delighted the Ladies. I I
Washington D. C.-Upon the decision -I 1 I ing of the board of county commis- Some years ago as the freakish luck Ii i
of baseball would have it. Tatty won BEAUTIFUL[ TRIMMED[ MILLINERY[
of the supreme court of the sioners is called for March 9 to con- two successive frames at the Polo
United States in the case of J. S. sider a petition for bonding the dis- grounds by bis own i erson.il exer ,
Slish, of Orange county against the trict between Fort Myers and Marco, tions. In each game after eight tlirill-
state of Florida which is now on trial lying in the western portion of Lee Ing innings tbe Giants swung/ into
here will depend the question of the county, for $100,000. The object of their final stanza on the losing end.
validity of the Florida statute prohib- these bonds is to defray the cost of and in each game Matty himself drovea
home run into the stand and won AT
iting the shipment of immature citrus (!constructing a hard road from Fort .
the battle. Next' day a certain tbeatrical i
fruits beyond the borders of the state. Myers to Naples; and from thence a man approached Matty and want- I
Some time ago Sligh was appre- I surfaced road to Marco. A $100,000 ed to arrange: for moving pictures of
hended on three citations each charg- issue is proposed and arrangementshave the next game with the stipulationin
ing him with a violation of the Flor- I, already been made for immediate the contract that Mathewson must
I make a home run in the ninth with THE BIG
ida law He was arrested by Sheriff sale of the bonds should the STORE
two out and the bfull!
Kirkwood and the case has found its 'proposition meet the approval of the
Don't believe any one could be so
way through all the lower courts and land holders in that section of which shy on baseball knowledge? A few I

is now before the supreme court of there appears no doubt. Surveys of ]ears ao in Chicago Charlie Murphy I
the United States solely on the ques- I the proposed route have already been received a letter from a very prom I. I
tion of the constitutionality of section ,submitted so that the work may pro- neiit: club-woman. She said that her I II
1, chapter 6236 of the Florida laws, ceed without delay, as soon as for- sen. jitte'nding; the previous da.%"'s II I
game bid been so delighteder; a I
arguments having just been com- :malities are disposed of.
home run made ity one Mr. ht.kardthat
pleted. she had decided to see this delightful
Sligh is said to have done a lucra- !I| Kodak finishing left at Robinson's ; Ist| i-tiuie called liaM-ball. that CGlengary Sailors, Tipperary Turbans, Tri Cone
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
tive business in the shipment of citrus she would: bring all the ladies of a big
fruits to points outside of the state next day. 3-3-tf feminine club with her. that 'he in Shapes English Walking Hats Close-fitting Turbans
of Florida, but these fruits did not closed rbcck fur taxes. and that the ,
PAVING PROGRESSING WI" tlrtth r. :-Iw'k.
only st'puiatioii
meet the requirements of the Florida Work on the paving of South Main and viioiild r"I":1I tbe: home run that Milan Shapes Hemp Lizere Sicily Leghorns Panamasand
statutes. There are many who claim ,
street is progressing rapidly. With had MI pic.i.scd her sonMr
that this law is unconstitutional and ,, _
fair weather the work should be completed Murphy: | nulid tbeah. re-
that it will be so held when the su- I on short notice. Yesterday almost (-'hnIUu> udies! with great <-uurtes\ -
court renders its decision.No and t-ieinl! pra\ed. Nothing; doing; in
preme :
a square of paving was laid other exclusive in all the late cclcrs Sard
decision that the court could the hoiiie run hue till' the eighth;:: when many shapes : ,
south of East Church street.
render could be of importance Artie llofiu.m i laltd one into the
possibly more -
to the citrus fruit industryin stands and came home amid the excited Gndarmme Blue, Battleship Gray. Old Rose, Black, Navy
An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free yells of the enthusiastic fans
Florida than the one now before it at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf while tbe ecstacy of the i idies knew
and the result will be closely fol- no bounds. Mr. Murphy immediately and Brown. A beautiful selection to choose from and

lowed. Get the news in the Sentinel 1 first. rushed to the boxes where tbe lately
clubwomen were assembled. "Ladies," priced at exceptionally Low Prices.
said be. "Mr. Sb(>(:kard. although willing -
to perform a* you desired has generously -
LUCERNE E THEM resigned and waived the home
MAP 13 run In favor of Mr. Ilofman. whose
Also selection of Untrimmed
fiancee is present this afternoon and a splendid Shapes,
has been just dying to see him do itr
Sat, Matinee and Night And the clubwomen with happy Flowers, Fruits, Wreathes and other beautiful trim-
squeals of "How perfectly romanticraccepted
The Gorgeous Musical Comedy the change In the program. .
giving it. in fact their full approval.- mlngs.Womens'.
William A. Pb tan in Baseball Maga


The Prince of TonightBY zine. Kind Act.

I shall pass through this world but
once. Any good thing that I can do.
therefore, or any kindness I can.showto Spring New Spring Suits
any human being let me do it now.
ADAMS HOUGH & HOWARD Let me not defer nor neglect it. for I
this again.-Stephen and Dresses For Are HereIn
OVERFLOWING WITH SOXG HITS AND STUNNING SHOW-GIRLS shall Greilet not pass way Suits Boys

METROPOLITAN CAST with: TOM ARNOLDSupported
Sad Fat.
Moderately PricedThe Great ArrayOur
by- On one occasion as services were I
held In a country church the good minister I
MABEL LAFFIN, EVA PHELPS VERA LaVERE, FRANK HARSH, was teaching and preaching about be 0
Store truly
Boys' Clothing can
TOM MCKNIGHT, LEW NADEN CHARLES CORWIN AND THE the glorious heaven there would be dresses are very attractive and
Princess Prize Beauty Chorus Pony Ballet of Wonderful Dancers no sickness, so no physicians wouldbe most of them exclusive designs. There is called the mother's friend. Here she may
there. A few days later one of buy her boy a suit with a sure guaranteeof
conceivable material in silks, includ-
the country doctors was found very l every
50 PEOPLE 50
stylishness and serviceability, and at
Taffetas Crepe de
sad and wailing aloud. On being ing Crepe Meteors ,
' ed what ailed him be answered: aSk-I Chine, and Poplins. The colors embrace the same time practice economy.
FEATURES "Oh. I have found out now that I
:: The suits and dur-
new spring are natty
can't go to heaven." blue, seal brown, battleship gray, sand,
The Blue and Silver Ballet. Delft Forest in the Land of the Moon. Lithe His friends seemed somewhat surprised navy and black. able, and very low priced.
Fairies Dancing in an Emerald Gloom. Water-Fete and Banquet. Grand and one said: You may select from these models: Oliver -
Illumination. Scenes laid at "The Breakers," Palm Beach, Fla. "Well doc. you must be a pretty bad Twist Balkan
Middy, and Tommy
man if you think that. I
WILKINS and BURCHIn "Xo.: it isn't that." he replied, still Tucker, in all the best and newest varietiesof
sobbing.; "I am as good as any man in materials.
this community. but after all being
my
WHIRLWIND and SOCIETY DANCES good the preacher said. There will be If You Have Wash
PRICES MITINEE\ 25c- 50c.. 75c. and $1.00 no doctors there.:"National Monthly. a

NIGJT SOc, 7Sc., 51.00 and $1.50 i I

SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY, 9 A. M, AT ESTES' DRUG STORE. One on Emslie. f i Goods Need Now is
There is only one instance on recordof
PHONE 61. Ladies New
1 an umpire putting a man out of agame Spring
who was asleep. Vic Willis was
the victim. Vic was with the Boston The Time To Fill It

JUlES GOES JUST THE SAM[ team were,warbling and the at players Emslie on every the instant.bench SuitsCombine

Bob was listening; hard striving to
identify the culprits' and keeping ana We are splendidly equipped to supply to the highest degree style,

your wash goods need, with new .spring quality and service. The workmanship incorporated -

My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen goods. Broad assortments and exceptionally in them is superfine; they are

a low for the all perfect fitting. All the newest mater- '
months has pricings. Buy plentifuly,
not] changed its schedule, but leaves at the
more you purchase the more satisfied you ials and colorings. The prices are the low-
same time it always has.
will be and the more you will save. est such suits ever sold for.
TIME TABLE I


Bus Leaving Orlando in Front oi Evans. The Jeweler.WEST .


Read Down BOUND EAST Read BOUD UpIA. Ju. ROOF GARDEN THEATRE TO NIGHT


I I.'A.M. P- M. A.\I: P. !M. P. 111.

Orlando Ocoee I 6:3o'to.15' 3:00 9.30 1.301 6.00 4 REELS AT EVERY SHOW 4

i3ott;11.15 4:00 ;! $.;c 12,30; 5.00
\Vintcr Garden ,
; 7:45, t :30 4 30 i; 8.15 12.15 4.45
Oakland 8:00: --- 4:30 8.00--, : 430'I Bison Animal Drama. 2 Reels. Marie Walcamp, Win. Clifford .


-_---. I I "THE PERILS OF THE WILDS."

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llanimond&Qoi'e .. Joker
Comedy
EMSLIE KCSHED TO THE BE CIL I

eye toward the bench. Finally he l

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAL IRS. I': whirled-\"ilIis---utT and called tbe! out field: Get out of i! WON WITH DYNAMITE-And

there I
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES The Boston players suddenly became
convulsed with mirth. Emslie rushed i L-Ko Comedy"PEGGY'S
COMPARE to the bench to enforce his mandate
and there was Willis, sound asleep and "
snoring. with his bead resting; gain-it SWEETHEART.
I OUR FURNITUREWe the side of the oench. Emslie had to i t
I wake him up and order him off to make

provide the quality of furniture that has long good.-Exchange.;' Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, Se. and lOc.YowellDuckwortli i
been knowing furniture
accepted by buyers as the A Pun and a Rebuke.
standard of merit.' If an article is here it i i.* cood. Campbell Pointer was once addressing -
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca mnke ; a jury and was much annoyed by
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones Digby Seymour carrying on a'conver
I of this business, and that means much to myMcNHLLOAVE huyer. sation the wbile Presently Forster I
I said lost :patieiKt and in his' best brogue Co.

BLOCK "Pray. Mr. Saymore. be quiet .
"My name is i not Saymore. but Sey
Cor. Orange Ave. and Omrdi SI.. Orlando Fla. mour."* corrected Dicbr.. Whereupon Orlando's, Largest Store. "Quality Did It." j
Forster
angrily rejoined:
L
J London"Then.Tit-Bits.sir. see more and say less!"- 1

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


Attorney C. P. Dickinson left yes-
terday for Jacksonville on professional -
business.Mr. .

and Mrs. R. L. :Marvin of Day-
tona, were among the pleasure seek-
ers in Orlando yesterday.

Jlrs. D. C. Thompson left yester-
day, afternoon for Plant City on a
business and pleasure trip.
Safest Here in TownThe
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobb of Jacksonville -

person who has money coming into hand about Floridians, are visiting among Orlando the prominent today.Dr. rt1i

this time of year has two open courses to pursue:-
P. Phillips has returned froma t _
The money can be sent out of town for investment tour of the East Coast, where he STATEMENT -
or it can be placed at interest in this bank. went to look after his varied inter-
ests. Condensed statement as rendered to the Comp-
To your judgment we leave the question of whether troller of the Currency, :March 4th, 1915
money sent away is safer than placed here in the form Mr. M. G. Porter state agent for
the Buick automobiles with head
of a Certificate of Deposit bearing 4 per cent and quarters in Jacksonville was among RESOURCES' I

having behind it the known record of this Bank for the visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. LOANS ________________________________________$354,214.73 ..
strength and stability. We believe your verdict will OVERDRAFTS _________________________________ 60.82 '- --- .
J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee's STOCKS ______________________________________ 1,200.00 _
be: "Safest Here in Town.' oldest and most prominent citizens, U. S. BONDS _______________. ___________________ 31,000.00 ______ -.:..:....-....;.. r
i transacted business in Orlando :yes- OTHER BONDS _____________ ___________________ 16,085.16 ---g
terday. REAL ESTATE, BANK BLDG., VAULT, ETC __ 36,823.77 :::: ::: '
I The State Bank i iI '' CASH AND IN BANK _________________________-_566801.78 =
1 Mr. A. R. Monroe, of Jacksonville ::::::: ::;: -=- ---
spent yesterday in Orlando, the guest $1,006,186.26 :=-=::-'
I of his father-in-law Mr. J. C. Wai-
r " LIABILITIES a
lace.
..,
...
of Orlando I
u ___
CAPITAL
Mr. A. M. Starbird, one of the lead- S------------------- 50,000.00 ": -3
___ -
I ng business men of Apopka, was in UNDIVIDED PROFITS ______ __________________ 12500.00 8,598.58 .;---- :
Orlando yesterday en route to Jack- "'y DIVIDENDS UNPAID ------. -----________ 8.00 s:= .:-
sonville on a business mission. " RESERVED FOR TAXES ____ ___________________ 293.89 ..
-K: s CIRCULATION _____________________________ 21,000.00 --
t Bishop Cameron Mann left yester- DEPOSITS __________________ __________________ 913,785.79
1 t / day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast s
Line for Kansas City in response to TOTAL _______$1,006,186.26 --
; --------------------------------
t a message informing him of the serious -
> illness of an intimate friend. COMPARISONSDEPOSITS '
;;

Take your feed problems to W. S.

DeWitt, at the Co-operative Produce and , MARCH ___. ___________$ 81,201.02MARCH
Exchange, corner Jefferson street 4 4,191912 _____ ___________ 152,947.35 .
k railroad, and let him help solve them. MARCH 4, 1914 _____. ___________ 320,747.75:' " -
See adv. 3-10-3t MARCH 4, 1915_____ ___________ 913,785.79
l I -
,
. Mr. and Mrs. Truxall, of Greenburg,
Pa.,'are enjoying their first visit to
{ -- Florida. While in Orlando they ari F{ Your account solicited and appreciated,
I MMMMMMMMIIMMMtliiMMItMttfMMttttMttRMS guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Pottsat
their home on Jackson street. I

t Mr. C. A. Miles, the clever repre- PEOPLES NATIONAL] LARK ...,
sentative of Washburn-Crosby com-
pany, Minneapolis, Minn., spent yesterday "3t b a pleasure to serve you."
Rugs in Orlando telling of the mer-
its of his Gold Medal flour. I


Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bukowitz arrivedin :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burden and son, r! \
t' Orlando yesterday afternoon on the James. who have been taking r
Tampa Special from Chicago to visit I
sights of Orlando for !
AT COST AND their daughter, Mrs.\ J. A. Martens, I I were among those starting f I n
; 304 East Pine street. : yesterday. They will visit St. : '
I tine for a day or two and I i-
I New Hampshire people at the San tinue their journey by easy I .
Juan hotel include Mrs. Mary F. Car- St. Louis. They expect to
LESS penter and Miss Sallie. Carpenter, fall and remain throughout I -
of Chichester and Mrs. J. Carpenter, son. 1-
Manchester.Mr. .
-
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ta I |-
and Mrs. L. Colton, of Tpledo, N. II., who
Manchester : 1
PATTERNS Ohio, are among the recent arrivals in several days in this r
spending
ALL SIZES[ AND [ -
H Orlando. They have apartments at and other portions of South
the San Juan for an indefinite so- left yesterday for Daytona, .
journ. they will stop for a few days -
wending their way northward.
Mr. and Mrs.\ P. E. Weiberg, of Columbus expressed themselves as f
Included in this sale. : Ohio, who are making a tour with Orlando and went -
of Florida, are among the happy and joyous anticipation of a 3106t'r .
contented guests now sojourning at winter.
Don't purchase your the San Juan. F

Take your feed problems to W. ,S. TOO LATE TO
Floor Coverings until DeWitt at the Co-operative Produce .
Exchange, corner Jefferson street and
saddle. Owner
railroad, and let him help solve them. FOUND-A
See adv. 3-10-3t same by calling at the 1
you have seen our line office ment. and paying for this P Y

Several Orlandoites left yesterdayfor
Lakeland where they will attend


\\Ve Will!11 S Save V loll n MolleY n j the ing Woodmen a Florida three of days'state the Wprld session encampment, which in that is of hold-city.the 3-10-3t A"r"fED-Office Co.Florida, above Real Peoples Estate-National girl.and


Messrs. A. II. Hutchinson, of Atlanta -
Ga.. and John E. Van Hagan, FOR SALE-In Concord Park;
of Troy, N. Y., are spending a short gain; two-story house; I
time in Orlando on business. Both 50x150, improved; some
gentlemen are registered at the San 411 W. Amelia avenue.

Oscar H llan nd Son Juan. \r. fi
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Dodge, of Brock-

ton.reaching Mass.Orlando, were among yesterday the over arrivals the

Atlantic Coast Line. They expect to
remain in this section until late in the

; WEST PINE spring.Mr. MARCH .,,- i$ I

and Mrs.\ F. A. Sheriff and Miss\ .
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' Janet Sinclair, of Toronto Canada, I . r_ w"
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs\ I' .
E. A. Thomas, at their pretty home, One important lesson em- ,it i -. ., ... : )1
HllliniiiiilllllMllinilliillMMIIIIMMIIIIilMArtistic Dixie, on Lucerne Circle left yester- '
day for points in Texas. phatically taught by the f.'f' : . .a> 1_
'+t.

SouvenirsSterling Mrs. James J. Leary of BrooklynN. "Month of Storms" :;:! t ti
Y., is a guest at the home of Mr -
J. K. Tresher. Mr. Leal"}, who is the 1'
manager and buyer of Brokaw Bros.. the necessity for 1T:
prepara-
one of the large clothing establish
_
ments in New York, expects to visit tion. A '"..,'" .,.' I
Orlando a little later in the season.
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand '. "- ..'

Mr. Cliff Cohen traveling passen- Savings Account r i
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many ger agent for the Atlantic Coast Line
who at present is making his head- '
other useful and beautiful articles typi-- quarters in Orlando, left yesterday often stands between the pos- "
j for Auburndale, where he will spend a sessor and the storms of life. '
cal of Florida and Orlando that will couple of days in the interest of his
provea I line. Surplus dollars placed in a .! ,4 _

source of great delight to your friends Mr. and Mrs. -
J Phillip Xiven. of New Savings Account r L
York who have been spending several
"back North. We also carry a completeline weeks in Florida, arrived in Orlando T
yesterday and registered at the San in this institution accumulate
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair Juan. Thev will spend the next several -I I '
days here prior to continuing rapidly and earn dividends at

Department is in charge of most compe- their journey. the rate of 4 per cent.f' : -, } ,

NOTICE is hereby given that the &
tent workmen. undersigned, a married woman residing -
in Orange county, Florida, intendsto 1OrlaildO
apply by petition in chancery to
the judge of the circuit court for Orange -
count, on April 8, 1915 at De Bank & Trll t
Land, or wherever in the seventh cir- n m n
T. H. EVANSJEWELER cuit he may be sitting, for a license to
manage, take charge of and control ,
her property and to become a free
dealer in every respect. i
: HELEN ENSIGN.
March 9, 1915.
Massey & Warlow, Solicitors.
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