Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00505
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 11, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00505
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Cruiser Is In Bad Shape--Needs Three Seiglie, ss _____u 230210 DEFEAT OF SEASON
Fletcher Ib uu_ 4 1 1 12 0 0
Weeks' RepairsVessel Irelan 3b uuu 332-220 YESTERDAYLARGE SAYS BRAZIL MINISTER
Weiser, cf uuu 5 1 0 3 0 0
Martin 2b _uu__'5 03130
O'Conner If ______ 512300 ATTENDANCE AT THE GAME -==- I _
Now at Newport News May Be Itemed There Until the Tincup, rf uuu 5 0 1 1 0 0 l -
War Is Over-Officials Refuse to Discuss Case-British Jacobs c---------- 500030 Orlando Life In
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Committee Responsible for the CONDITIONS ARE VERY
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b Have Destroyed German Submarine-The
a Total __________38 9 9 29 10 0 Bringing of Barons to BAD IN MEXICO
Dardanelles Campaign Continues- BARONS. AB R H PO A E Paragraph

Carroll, Ib uuu 512920 Orlando Is Highly
Other War News Hartle cf __uu__ 401200

Sloan rf 1_______ 400001 The Pennsylvania basket picnic,
Washington, :March 10.-The German auxiliary cruiser Prinz If __
McBride, 201300
uu Before one of the largest crowds which is an annual affair, as is well
Coombs 2b ___ 2 0 0 1 1 0 R, Communication Between
Eitel Friedrich, which sunk the American ship William T. Frye, n
that itself into the fairgrounds will be held
known Saturday
Clark, 2b ________ 200000 ever packed on ,
of Baltimore, loaded with wheat intended for a British port, and Ellam, ss __un__ 4 0 0 3 1 1 the Philadelphia National March 13, at Russell's amusement Mexico City and Vera Cruz

which put in at Newport News today for repairs, will probably be Johnson Hale, c uu 300400 100300 League team defeated the Birmingham park, on Lake Ivanhoe. All Pennsyl- Should Be Maintained

interned there until the war is over, is the belief here tonight. Wallace c----------__uu 1 0 0 0 1 0 Barons yesterday afternoon by vanians in the vicinity and their
Johnson, p------- 000020 the score of 9 to 2. The crowd that friends are invited, and are expectedto Inviolate
Daniels who Admiral the
Secretary requested Beatty, com-
Grimes __uuu_ 1 0 0 0 1 0 witnessed the game was estimated to bring well filled baskets. The com-
mandant at the Norfolk navy yards, to make an investigation as Cantley uuu 1 1 1 0 1 0 be nearly one thousand. The interest mittee in charge will be on the Washington, March 10.-The Brit-
, Magee _________ 1 0 1 0 0 0
to the extent of the repairs of the Eitel's needs, was advised by - - - shown was most gratifying to Messrs. grounds at 10 a. m. Dinner served ish ambassador conveyed to the state

Beatty tonight that it would take three weeks to make the repairs Total __________34 2 7 27 11 4 Giles Beeman and Cheney, the man- between 12 and 1 o'clock. Music in department today the first practical

and that the cruiser was in bad shape. ***Batted Batted for for Johnson Cantley in in third.ninth." agement responsible for the bringingof the pavillion in the afternoon. In suggestion as to how the constant local -

I __ the Barons to Orlando for the case of rain dinner will be served in
-- - Three base hitIrelan.Two international scandals at the Mexican -
base hit-O'Conner, Carroll, training season. the pavillion. Persons wishing transportation -
The officials tonight refused to discuss -
be avoided in the
Hartle. This afternoon another with the should meet capital might
REPORT I game to grounds
the sinking of the Frye or what CITRUS CANKER
the Double play-Carroll to Ellam. the Phillies will be staged at the fair I at Tourist Headquarters at 11 a. m. future.
would be the disposition of sur- Struck out-Jacobs 3, Johnson 2,
vivors brought on the cruiser, but it Grimes 2, Cantley 2. grounds, and another monster crowdis I -0- The suggestion simply is that the

is believed these will be turned over INSPECTION WORK Hits of Johnson, 6 in 3 innings; expected. The grand stand was SEVERAL DESIGNS ALREADY railroad communication between Mex-
Grimes 2 in .4 innings Cantley, 1 in
; filled with people and, grouped aroundthe SUBMITTED:
the consuls with the be
respective understanding 2 innings. ico City and Vera Cruz always
that they be sent home. Stolen bases-Carroll, Martin. playing field were hundreds of The interest in a design for an Or- maintained inviolate and such condi-
Under ordinary circumstances a WORK AT STAGE WHERE Sacrifice hitsFletcher.Base automobiles. The entire grounds presented lando pennant in accordance with the

belligerent warship entering a neutral DIFFERENT AGENCIES on balls-Off Jacobs 3, Johnson a truly metropolitan appear- offer of W. S. Branch, who offers a tions be insisted upon absolutely.This .
3, Grimes 1, Cantley 2. I
the British
port is required to leave within 24 WORKINGNo Time of 1ame-2 hours 10 minutes. ance.A. prize of five dollars for the best design suggestion came to
hours but when in need of repairs Umpire-Chestnutt. press stand erected in front of is growing every day and sev- ambassador from Holer, the British

may receive a special dispensation Money in Sight to Continue Attendance 1,200. I the grand stand was occupied by Bir- eral designs have already been pre- charge d'affaires in Mexico City,

permitting it to remain long enoughto Work Beyond July 1st mingham, Philadelphia and local pared. The designs are to be sent to which was delivered in the state de
make repairs and receive coal sufficient CUBS BEAT ATHLETICSThe 'scribes, who flashed the baseball news Mayor Sperry, who will number them, partment.The .

to enable it to make the nearest State Should to their home cities. The band fur- and they will be referred to a committee text of Holer's dispatch follows -

home port. AssistThe score of the Chicago Cubs- l I nished music boys sold popcorn and who will not know the names of : "My opinion is that the efTc t

The vessel was intended for a com- Philadelphia Athletics game at Tam- peanuts, score cards were in evidence, the designers, so that the choice will of the American note to Carranza and

merce destroyer and is no match for citrus industry of Forida pa yesterday was:* great enthusiasm was manifested,and be entirely on merit. Mr. Branch will I Obregon has been extremely good. It
scarcely realizes the magnitude of R. H. E. in sense of the word it was a
any British armored cruisers whichare every furnish any additional particularsthat is, however, absolutely necessary
said to be waiting for her. the campaign now being made againstthe Chicago uuuu__ 7 10 1 regular and a real baseball game. may be wanted. immediate steps be taken looking to

citrus -______ ______
new disease introducedfrom Philadelphia 394
-- Jacobs who pitched for the Phillies,
The German embassy today had not - the sending of supplies of food and
received a report from the captain of Japan, citrus canker. The erad- was in excellent form, and for the DEATH OF MRS. WILSON forage to the capital .
ication of this disease was suggestedand TO PLAY BROOKLYN first six innings let the Barons downwith
the vessel, but the opinion was expressed Mrs. Mary F. Wilson 43 years old, "Whatever party is in power in
that the cruiser would be interned undertaken last spring by the only two hits. In the last three winter tourist from New York, died Mexico City and Vera Cruz now
Florida Growers' and Shippers' The Barons will play the Brooklyn innings, however he weakened, and a
in which case the officers and I yesterday at the McEwan sanitarium.The should plan the best means to prevent
League. Dodgers at Daytona March 13, 14, 15. in the eighth Cantly hit safely, Carroll -
crew would also be interned. remains were prepared for ship- a recurrence of such a situation as'now
The work has now reached a stage got a two-bagger, and Hartle I
I ment by Undertaker Hand and i exists would be to insist absolutely -'
t Submarine Sunk where many different agencies are co- BOY SCOUTS PRESENTED WITH brought both men in with another I the local
shipped to New York city last night on troops maintaining
operating, and there is of I
a spirit BADGESThe stinging double. Hemingway drew
London March 10. The German inviolate
I for interment, being accompanied by railway communication be
unity existing in the work that is
I a free ticket in this inning Sloan flied
submarine U-12 and "
was rammed Miss Jean McDonald, a companionof tween Vera Cruz and Mexico City. fIt
sunk today by the British destroyer ; most commendable. Boy Scouts of troop No. 4 were : out to short stop, McBride drew an- the deceased. is reasonably certain that Great*

ArieL Ten members of the subma- I Manager Tenny gave out the following presented with their badges of the' other base on balls, and with the - Britain, Spain and other nations will"
figures from the Orlando office tenderfoot degree bases loaded Coombs flied out to first
rine's crew of 28 were saved. This Tuesday eveningby TURNED TURTLEAn take up directly with the United
made i of the League, that summarize the Scoutmaster Jos. E. Woodnick base. States the of
announcement was tonight by necessity keeping they
I work done for the week ending March who talk the The was put on ice for the automobile in which aIr..
the admiralty. An earlier announce- gave an interesting on I game railroad line and other railway communication -
ment by the admiralty gave the name 1st. work of the Scouts both in this coun- Quaker City stalwarts in the first inning Rush a mechanic working at the new with the national capital,

e of the sunken submarine as U20.It I Number of men on the inspection try and others.Mr. Seigle drew a ticket, Fletcher room in the Watkins block a Mr.
force _u_______ ,117 I Irelan ud"Yeiser Hanna, and a Mr. Beebe, who resideson open.
was stated all of the crew were Number of grove trees inspected Woodnick is a naturalized singled, singled In China it is necessary to do this'

saved. Later reports however estab- ------------______150,720 American, but who at one time served!' flied out to Hale and Martin flied to East Colonial Drive were driving by international agreement. "
lished the Number of grove trees found in the German and told the j! Ellam. O'Conner lammed the offer- struck a telephone pole on North Orange *
fact that it was the U-12. army So far, however, Secretray Bryan
diseased _unnuu 112 of the trenches i ing for a double, scoring Fletcher andSeigle. avenue yesterday, crushing the I
boys and of the hor-
|! has indicated that this
Number of nursery trees inspected ) Indian connected machine, throwing the government 4
i Tincup the I occupants out
Berlin Statement __ ____ 347,340 rors of the present war and he hoped j i ]I proposes to act alone with reference .
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and Mr. Beebe.
t with the horsehide and Irelan and slightly injuring
Number of trees found that the Scouts would do
Berlin by wireless to Sayville, L. I., nursery Boy always j to Mexican affairs. .
diseased u____.__________ 53 all in their to keep in ,! O'Conner romped home with another I -0I I
March 10.-An official statement issued power peace brace of runs. Fish went out to Car- I Secretary Bryan received a dispatchat
by the general staff today declares I Beginning February 1st, a general this glorious nation of ours. I I rol unassisted and the spasm was WERE MARRIED YESTERDAYAt six o'clock yesterday afternoon

that the three weeks, of fight- reorganization of the work took place, After this the boys sang the nation-I over. the Presbyterian manse Rev. from the Brazilian minister at Mex- .

ing in the Champagne district has resulted I and the number of inspectors was al Boy Scout hymn, "My Country, j i The Barons are not into"right"considerationthat yet, butit Dr. Jno. W. Stagg officiating, Mr. ico City describing the food conditions
greatly increased. Between forty and 'Tis of Thee" and must be taken Andrew Ahik and Miss Mattie Masz-
in a victory over the French concluded by giv- the Phillies have had the advantage there still to be serious.
equal in importance to the recent vic I fifty thousand dollars were available ing a few of their favorite yells. | over them and were in better ton were united in marriage last nightat The minister did not say whether t

tory over the Russians in the :Mazu- 1 at that time to carry the work. until Those receiving badges were William condition. However, the game was a half past eight o'clock. The groomis Obregon had actually evacuated the
I July 1st of the present year. Stewart, David Charles splendid work-out for the Barons, especially a prosperous merchant of Winter
rian fighting, but on the other hand Bently, and the contest set for this city. There is a great conflict of ret
No money is in sight, however, to Yelvington Rufus Tatum William Park. The Sentinel extends congrat-
the French say the German losses are I afternoon between the same teams ports as to its evacuation.
estimated at over 45,000 men. j I continue the work beyond that date. Sherman, Lindley and Herbert Bar- I promises to be a tight affair and a ulations and wishes them a long life Agent Silliman reported Monday it

Reference is made to the enormous [Those who are most familiar with the low, Howard Boyce.-Clifford*Tatum, I much better duel than yesterday.The of happiness. was "rumored" that Obregon was get-
situation, however, know that the disease game was marked by several -
amount of ammunition used by the I Scribe. I brilliant plays. The vast audience WAS"ISITIXG BRANCH ting out and, the Villa agency here *
will I
not be eradicated for
French, some of which is alleged to at appreciated every classy move and it stated last night that the evacuation *
be of American production.In I least two years, and a very conservative ITALY FOR INTERVENTIONWhile I was evident that Orlandd and this Dr. J. A. Adams formerly editorof had been made and that Zapata had
section of Florida is baseball "The Advance and editorof
estimate of this expense would crazy. now
the eastern war theatre the gen- the Balkans and Italy, ac- entered.
eral staff declares the situation is fa- I be fifty thousand dollars annually.It cording to British interpretation of : The large yesterday throng from was the attended neighboringtowns bya "The Congregationalist," publishedat

is simply a question as to whether the the and communities. Even San- Boston, visited with W. S. Branch
forable to them.A I political news, majority is': DEATH OF MAIILON N. VAIL
new Russian attempt to break the state thinks the citrus industry clamoring for intervention on the side ford was in the jrran-1 stand and on and family yesterday before leaving &
i of sufficient value to make it the field rooting loyally for the Bar- for Tavares where he will lecture I
failed. of the allies.
through on the Augustow The death of Mr. Mahlon N. Vail at
I worth while to invest this I with other members of the
The result of the battle Mazuria comparatively The crisis in Greece seems tempo- ons.Messrs.: ; Giles Beeman and Cheneywere Flying his residence, 718 West Church street,

is said to have resulted for the Russians -I small sum of money in orderto rarily bridged by formation of a new highly elated last night over the Squadron. I'at 6 o'clock Wednesday morning, .
save the industry. I results of the co-operative spirit
in a complete and piteous fail- cabinet. -- .closes a long and useful life, and removes 7
shown this section and These
ure. I Paris officially confirmed today men were the ones directly responsible I one of Orlando's well known
SEAT' SALE OPENS TODAY that the super-dreadnaught Queen for the bringing of the Barons to M. II. Couch, who has been and highly esteemed winter residents.

Admiral Barely Escapes It seems that every theatre-goer in Elizabeth slipped into the Dardanelles j Orlando, and from the first they have visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. E. I He was in his seventy-third year
\ : been assisted and ,
this city is talking "The Prince of Tonight Monday and bombarded the nobly unselfishly by Nolan, departed yesterday,
Paris March 10.-A fragment of a proper I the people. accompa- and his death is attributed to a com ,
Turkish shell fell yesterday at the j ," the attraction coming to the Turkish forts, another one of whichon nied by Miss Madge Pollock for Day- plication of diseases.

feet of Rear Admiral Guepratte, com- Lucerne Saturday matinee and night, the European side has been partly I. BRITAIN SATISFIED tona and St. Augustine, where they The remains, accompanied by his t
March 13. The seat sale to- demolished. will visit for short time before
mander of the French division operat- opens a returning wife, daughter, Mrs. Francis Johnson,
ing with the allied fleet in the Darda- day at Estes' drug store, and from London, March 10.-As Englandsees to their home in Atlanta. and grandson Franklin Johnson, left

nelles, as he was directing the opera- all indications there will be a rush NEW FIXTURESThe it not since the war began has -oAT last night on the midnight train for &

tions of the battleship Suffren, saysa j I for choice seats. This attraction has City Drug Store has added new the situation both on land and sea TOURIST HEADQUARTERSDr. his old home in South Orange, N. J.,

Tenedos dispatch to the Petit Paris- I been heralded for months and prom- fixtures to take care of increasing been more favorable to the allies thanit Nathaniel Pratt, vicepresidentof where the interment will take place. '

ien. ises to be one of our best musical business. I is today. Rollins College, will speak at Tour- The deceased has been coming to

shows of the season. Tom Arnold, in Slowly, but surely, it is argued, the ist Headquarters today at 2 o'clock. Orlando for several winters and his

Easter cards and booklets at Curtis the title role, is an excellent baritoneand THE WEATHER allied fleet is creeping toward Con- The address will be over in time to demise will cause regret among many &

r' & O'Neal's. They are gems. Come is supported by a splendid cast Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri- stantinople, and thus opening another allow those present to attend the ball friends who extend condolence to the '

early for choice. New music. and big beauty chorus. day. road to Berlin. game this afternoon. bereaved family. t



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THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner ::. : ':. '" ,. '< "l Wanted to BuyIron

West and Church Streets t
:Splendid: t-en'ice. Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. One of the best Black Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and
cooks in the state. Rates_ *7.oO per week andj up. fcpecial rates to partis I Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board.
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W. G. DUNCAN, Prop

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ROSSMORE INNWindermere <,: : ./'

.' ;'-"'' Stow ell Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent
.:.,. Na? : "J'1 ; Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric '. : .; '.....- and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, will
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish 'dtt,o hu t : di: Right, Drugs Pure, Seeds Fresh j j
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 101 t I

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The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn I

Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa ... City Drug StoreJ.

J. W. HURLEY ,..... .At. _,*,'.!< -' .X, .., '''?'.:, .. . L. DEAN Prop. ORLANDO FLA
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main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R.

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto J r s To the letters you re-
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped,
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and :Mullin's Steel Boats. ceive if they are writtenon

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier ._ stationery that is of
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing -" '

purposes. -- ------- : -' i fine shape.quality and correct ,


We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando fills every requirementof

Prepared by our New York Cook ; :, ,} the most exacting

109 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. SUO customer because it is

Tom Arnold, The Prince, in The Musical Spectacle, The Prince of l2.mrr "CRANE" quality.

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Tonight, Lucerne Theater, Satu rday, Matinee and Night, March '
13th. ll illlJJ:1lMlN: UY W. S. Branch


54 Light Housekeeping Rooms

----- Windermere, Fla., March 9.Mr. Geneva, Fla, March 9.-Rev. Stone ,
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round and Mrs. A. Gray, Wauseon, Ohio, filled his appointment here Sunday, have arrived. Our stock is fresh.

who have been the guests of Mr. and at the Baptist church.T. Clipped Oats ____________$2.45 Alfalfa Meal ____________$1.80
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite \Irs. M. E. Read, returned to their W. Geiger made a business trip Rice Bran _____________$1.60
Scratch Feed $2.20 __________
Brewer's Grain
------------ $1.65.
home last Thursday.Mr. i to Titusville Monday. __________.__
Marco Sweet ___ _______$1.80 Fla. Dairy -$2.00
L ( -
t/J.. Myron Ferriman, of Medina, I Miss Bertie Jacobs, of Chuluota, A few of our prices for today. Deliveries made only on Mondays,
,.' Ohio, is spending a few days at Ross- spent Sunday in Geneva, the guest of Wednesdays and Thursdays
more Inn. the Misses Kilbee. TERMS-Cash with order, or C. O. D. A rebate of 5c. per

Mrs. W. G. Geier and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. Pattishall, accompa- sack if you deliver your own goods.
f Our delivery boy is instructed to bring the money of the goods.
Q 41 I liTHE E.I Thompson spent Thursday in Orlando nied by Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon, mo- There will be no deviation from the above terms.
1 shopping. tored over to DeLand Sunday to visit Get into the Pay-as-you-go habit.

Mr. Chas. P. Grisier is again registered their son and daughter, who attend i TilE COOPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGE
at Rossmore Inn, returning their school there. W. L. DcWITT M'j'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447

last Saturday.Mr. The many friends of Mrs. S. D.Wil-
and Mrs. II. C. Luff entertained liams will be glad to know that she

\Ir. J. II. Jordan, of New York, over is recovering from a recent serious

ARCADE HOTELJ. the week end. illness. GOES E S JUST U THE SAME? E EMy

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. Barrett Mrs. ,Jas.Washington N. Tyner and, D.Mrs.C., are E. at L. Mrs.relatives Sadie Dann here., of Miami, is visiting JONES

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Rossmore Inn for an indefinite stay. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Geiger,
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Read and March 7, a twelve pound boy.
Building in Connections
and Mrs. A. A. Dorn motored
to l\Ir.1 for fourteen
Prlando. Fla. bus line which has been serving you
simmee last Thursday.Miss NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Elizabeth Palmer entertained PARTNERSHIPNotice months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

a ]large party at dinner at RossmoreInn is hereby given of the dissolution time it always
heretofore same
of the
last Friday night, in honor of Mr. partnership has.TIME
existing between J. L. Feinberg and
W. W. Jones, of Toledo, Ohio. \V. E. Gore, Jr., trading under the TABLE
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Mr. and Mrs. F. Walker, of Orlando firm name and style of Feinberg &
entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. II. (;0:'(>, said: business being located at Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
ho northwest! corner of the intersec- +
Nuckols and Miss Nuckols at Ross-
icn of Orange avenue and Church
more Inn last Sunday.Mr. street, in the town of Orlando,Orange WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
SHEET METAL CO. and Mrs. Pope and Mr. and county, Florida. And that the busi- Read Down Read Up
ness of said firm has been transferred
Irs. Hyatt motored over from Oakland -
to, and assumed by the said J. L. P. 1\1 A.1\1. P. M. P. 1\1.
last IAol\1.A.l\1.
Feinberg, who will succeed absolutelyto
Metal Slate Tile, Tin Asbestos, Amongst those registering at Ross-i both the assets and liabilities of
Orlando 6:30' 9.30 1.30
more Inn last Sunday were noticed the said frm of Feinberg & Gore. ;10.15 3:00
and Rubber Roofings Jrs. S. P. Calloway, of LaGrange, 3-7-5t Ocoee 730,r 1.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
Ga.; Mrs. M. Reese, of Brunswick, ---- Winter Garden 7:45111:3c 4'30 8.15 12.15 4.45

Cornices.Skylights. Heating. Ventilating Metal Ceilings Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Reese and Oakland I 8:00'---: 4:30 8.00-- 4.30
D. K.
Mr. G. S. Abernethy, of Orlando. -- -

Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO INSTRUCTOR . . . . . IIMMM . . . . . . . . . . .Mltl
Orlando Country Club

It is the unexpected that succeeds REAL ESTATEWe
Telephone No. 249.
best, at least in the mimic world back
of the footlights. In the last act of
"The Prince of Tonight the fantastic -

musical comedy which will appearat
the Lucerne theatre, Saturday mat- The lot advertised for $1200,
inee and night March 13, an elaborate We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
I 1 1i with a reduction of $400.00, if
banquet board is spread. It is a triangular -
want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
i shaped affair pointing to the buyer would build, was boughtby you
I It
h rear of the stage, and looks like
Mr. Samuel Brice of New and talk your wishes over with us.
imitation snow plow going through a
t ) garden of artificial flowers and a I York.. We have decided to of- The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
I small crop of pretty electroliers. The
0 0 U visible center of the triangle is banked fer another one. ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
1 k.
with red and white blossoms, rising
r from the curtain line to a height almost million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

:! ? i level with the table itself. And Corner lot, well located. Side- two

herein lies the unexpected, a veritable! years.
walks, water, lights, gas. North-
surprise, and one quickly commendedby We are well posted on the values of all classes and
connoisseurs of stage doings, yet east. $1000.00. Will take $600if
not a single show girl "broiler" norpony" kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
"; buyer will build within one
# pops out of that bed of flow
: 7IIII ers. year. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

? ttitpai
i Thirty-two thousand pages of the Estate Bargains.

Congressional Record were covered
? j-- with government printing to tell all
that was said at the last session of

congress. So wise a man as Shake-

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your speare said "Great talkers are never CARL DANN WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. II
health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and great doers." It would have been a

proper strength of the drugs you take. great saving of time and expense ii

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and about three-quarters of the talk had D. WARING Manager
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. been spoken into a dictograph and REAL (ESTATE
Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round then printed and the effect would have Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
and you will never go anywhere else for them. been the same.

:MERCK'S PHARMA( lY Kodak finishing left at Robinson's COMPANY
THE REXALL STORE next Studio day.will be ready at 5 o'clock 3-3-t the .. . . .... . . . . . . . . . T"I".r

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welling up in their bosoms. prises an even hundred freight cars,
Aitchison was the particular jinxof and is destined for the Pacific coast.
SPORT LETTER the Braves last year. Nine times The freight charges on this record

they faced him and eight times he shipment amounted to $ ,!))60--th
lUCRNt{ TtlrATR[
BY FRANK G. MENKF turned them back beaten-and badly largest sum ever paid to a railroad MARCH 13tb

The Famous New York Sporting beaten, at that. company as the carrying charge for a I i
Expert. The Braves, rushing along like mad- single shipment of automobiles.
men after the first part of July, were ;I The motor cars included in the :
Jim Gaffney owner of the Boston irresistible until they encountered Ii I shipment are valued at upwards of

Braves, gets a seasick feeling every Aitchison. And then it was different. I a half million dollars-said to be the

. time he thinks about how he over- ,.Other clubs could beat Aitchison-but I most valuable consignment of merchandise -I :
looked a chance to land "Hassen" the Braves couldn't. Aitchison won I i ever shipped to the coast in I II THE MOST GORGEOUS PRODUCTION EVER STAGED IN ORLANDO '
only twelve games in 1914, and eight I a single order. The train which is
Pfeffer, the wonderful Brooklyn pitcher -
.were from the Braves. now on its way to the Exposition i
who in his first year in the big : "But we finally got to him," said city of San Francisco, is 5,030 fee' THE TUNEFUL MUSICAL SPECTACLE 'iI

leagues showed more real stuff than Jim Gaffney. "Eight times he lammedus long, almost a mile. The Howard '

pitcher has in the past five but the last time he faced us the Automobile company, Buick distribu-
any young
i boys made up for those eight beat- tors on the Pacific Coast, is the con- .
years. !ings. They hammered Aitchison's of- signee. I "The Prince of
Pfeffer won 23 out of 35 games for I I Tonight"jVj \
ferings all over the lot, scored about Every one of the 500 Buick cars in
the Dodgers last year. His pitching : ,
average was .657-a matter of 1711 14 runs, and finally chased Aitchisonto this shipment is already sold. C. S.
the cooler." Howard, chief of the Buick Pacific
points above the team average.
Coast distributing organization, reported -
fer ranked third among the Pfef-I
. on the basis of effectiveness. "THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT"Is I that trade conditions never ) S3NG HITS AND STUNNING SHOW GIRLS 'JO t|
were better on the coast, and that he
. was erage only runs 1.97.scored off of him per game I' it possible for a musical play to I looked for even better times as the Excel nt Cast With TOM ARNOLD J
with One I result of the California expositions
"And I could have had that fellow' be overburdened girls? reviewer I
as as not," moaned Gaffney. i has complained that there are I this year. .
easy too girls in the chorusof I This Buick shipment is the latest DANCERS !
"Why didn't you harpoon him? I many PONY BALLOT NDERfUL
"Because I got him confused with "The Prince of Tonight," and that !of several record breaking consignments 1
of Buicks that have been made I II
in his attention was
Old Jeff' Pfeffer a pitcher that we consequence
alienated from the theme and the I this winter. It follows an eight'
had released in 1912. About the mid- I '
'train load shipment to Nebraska anda 50PEOPLE 50
dIe of 1913 I noticed that a pitcher principals of the attraction. Certainly I -
named Pfeffer was setting the Central LeComte and Flesher always con- two train load shipment to Phila- ri
trive to enhance their offerings with delphia. 1 i
fire. But I didn't
League on pay any I
unusually attractive choruses, for The Buick factories at Flint are
attention to him. I figured it was our I
old pitcher Pfeffer making a few last i they realize that beauty is only skin busier than at any time in their history .
gasps as pitcher." 'deep and the girls in "The Prince of a thousand extra men being employed -

"Yes?" we encouraged. I Tonight" have also fulfilled their qual- in the various manufacturing
"Well, early last summer when we ifications in singing and dancing. Tom departments, many of which are op- .
played against the Dodgers, a huge I Arnold heads the important cast fo erating day and night.
looking youngster named Pfeffer went principals in this great musical suc-
into the box against us. He certainlywas I:cess which will be seen here at the FRENCH NURSE BURIED WITH I y Fw ; f
a fine looking specimen of man- fff Lucerne theatre Saturday, March 13. MILITARY HONORS :
hood and he looked like a fellow who i The book and lyrics are by Adams

could pitch every day and never grow and Hough, and the music by Joseph Geneva.-l\llIe. Seiler, twenty-one
tired. I E. Howard. Among the many song years old, who left her home in Parisat
"That pitcher began standing us on I I'hits are "Her Eyes Are Blue for the beginning of the war to serveas
our ears. His speed was terrific, and I' Yale," "You're a Dear Old World a volunteer nurse, was buried with
his control perfect, and his curves I After All," "I Can't Be True So FarAway military honors at Belfort, France,on SCENES LAID AT THE BREAKERS HOTEL, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
were wonderful. ," "Can It Be Love?" and "To- Tuesday.Mile .
"'Where did get that fellow II night Will Never Come Again." Much
you Seiler followed the French
from?' I asked Manager Robinson, of praise has been accorded the scenic THE WATER FETE AND BANQDET.-A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
army through all the vicissitudes of 260 NIGHTS AT THE
production which has been built witha BLUE AND SILVER BALLET.
the Dodgers later on. the winter campaign in Alsace, and a s p JJ THE THEATRE
"'Got him from Grand Rapids, of lavish disregard of expense. short time ago volunteered for servicein TRANSFORMATION TO THE LAND OF THE MOON. PRINCESS CHICAGO

the Central League,' answered Robby. a military hospital near Belfort, :.1 A Grand Illumination of Flowers&Lights

"And t o think," added Gaffney, PANAMA EXPOSITION BUICK to which soldiers suffering from typhoid .
"that I could have landed that fellow.I AUTOMOBILE: SPECIAL LARG- I fever are sent. She contractedthe SPECIAL WILKINS AND BURCH IN WHIRLWIND
saw what he was doing up in Grand EST SHIPMENT AUTOS disease, which caused her death.A FEATURE SOCIETY. DANCES
Rapids long before the Dodger peopledid EVER MADE gold medal of honor was grantedin
and I could have sent one of my appreciation of her services.
scouts up there and grabbed him. ButI All known records for quantity Matinee 3: p. m. 25c 50c 75c and $1.00
mixed him up with 'Old Jeff.' And shipments of automobiles were broken
now-well' ain't it-?" with the departure from the Buick CONTRACTORR. PRICES Night Prices : 50c 75c $1.00 and $1.50
N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
- factory, on Saturday, of a mile long before letting contract, if you are go-
Those Boston Braves never think train load of Buick valve-in-head motor ing to build and want the best house Seats on Sale To-day at Estes Drug Store Phone 61MMMMMMMM J
about Pitcher Aitchison, of the Dodgers cars. The train, christened the possible for money invested. I JI
P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
without a feeling akin to murder "Panama Exposition Special," com- 2-18-lmoc

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To the :E-3ighest Eia.derThe :I.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Proposition No. 2 .

No. 1
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits,
1 4 which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets, !also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange .
Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the
The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave .
day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money .
nue and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning .

house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The ,.
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and Grape
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
which their best
Fruit trees, are at uniform in size and remarkare .
decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above
the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and a large i
Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerageconnections
barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than
made and both streets are bricked paved. 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within

SO days from purchase.

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

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

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

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


:SE:: TRY EEt'rEDJCT.: : Fresid nt \

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

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00

Surplus ___________$."",000.00

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Ira J. Bogart, of Passaic, N. J., issues -
South Florida SentinelMORNING the following on "Life," as (By W. S. Branch) I
called meeting of St. Cecelia
AND WEEKLYW. viewed insurance agent: "Man I
by an I
M. GLENN .....................Editor comes into this world without his consent The Havana Reds are to be here Guild will be held in the Chapter
W. C. ESSINGTON ..:...BBMBCM Maaac I House Friday March 12, at 4 o'clock.
-- - and leaves it against his wilL soon to play a series of games with members
All be
are urged to present.
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida During his stay on earth his time js .....
aa Second Class Mail Matter. the Barons. You might be practicingup
spent in one continuous round of contraries ffi"
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and misunderstandings. In their names so you can keep the .

Daily. 1 Year .......... .......... 5-00 correctly. The following
Daily. i Months ..........n.............. 2-60 his infancy he is an angel in his boyhood score are Two Handsome
Daily 3 Months ...................... -25 he is a devil in his manhood he the easily pronounced cognomens that
Dally. 1 Month ....................... .*> ;
is everything from a 'lizard In will in the book Mendietta .
up. score :
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 go Lake Front
,his duties he is a fool; if he raises a Herrera. Gonzales Ogarzon Font,

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN I I family he is a chump if he raises a Rodes Ferrer Rodriguez Gutierrez, OUR SILK DEPARTMENT

ADVERTISERS: check he is a thief and then the laws Fernandez and Ballestero. We know Grove and Home

raise with him. If he is a poor how to say the next to the last one,

advertising Copy fr.alt display he handra and all in at other the hand-set bunnesioffice man he is a poor manager and has no but the balance of them are too Cu- PropertiesOne

sf th. Sentinel sot later than 2 p. m. sense. If he is rich he is dishonestbut banesque for us to undertake.0 A highly interesting displayis
This nil applies
the day before pablicaUon.
... considered smart if he is in politics -
.. ehanres for eontract .rti..i.c: it Is ; - I
Invariable and will be strictly adhered ... and crook if he
he is grafter
a ; bad for Jacksonville to wastea j now being made of the
Sobseribers desiring; The Sentinel discontinued is out of politics you can't place him million dollars of bond money on i
should notify the office: in writing on of them is the
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be he is an undesirable citizen. If he school houses when they need the 1 pret-

continued until notice at to the stop regular is ree.ir.LTelephone subscription i rates. goes to church he is a hypocrite; "if funds so badly for more ostrich farms, tiest lake front location in

Numb r ........:.............2. he stays away from church he is a cabaret shows movies, Sunday base- the State of Florida, with
sinner. If he donates to foreign missions NEWAMERIGAN
THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 191;). ball, chop suey joints and other great large acreage and a most
he does it for show; if he doesn'the and popular uplifters. modern :
is stingy and a tight wad. When dwelling.

The crowd never follows the he first comes into the world everybody SMOKE AND ASHESBy i The other has a fine
knocker. wants to kiss him; before he
I grove, with modern im- COLORSFor
o gees out everybody wants to kick him.
Jas. Cowan
( ) !
Look the Sentinel over carefully If he dies young there was a great provements and worthy of
and if like it, call up 24 and let I further improvements
you future before him; if he lives to a hath her charms any
Spring no less re-
us send it to you. ripe old age he is in the way; only I nowned than Florida. desired. [ Spring 1915] ,

o living to save funeral expenses"
Our industries may be terribly up- I 0I I These are high priced

set by the war, but as long as the DON'T JUDGE-A o-MAN I ni"al"Thj n.'new-f 11' ...n papers of public today opinion are tyran-and i properties, but they are Represented in Dainty Silk ,E

baseball season will open shortly the TOO QUICKLYDon't have inspired in public men a fear of : both big bargains.SlDolivefiSon.
Fabrics of choice 4
country is safe. I qualities--
judge a man by his clothes, the press that is but a species of cow
o God made one and the tailor made the I ardice." About the time that we read I
After reading that people should I all Manufactured. Dyed and
have work done at once so as to give other. (I i this classic our eye fell on a photograph i, .
Don't judge a man by his family, of the author. We had
people employment some generousmen I i no Finished in the United States I
for Cain belonged to a good family. I trouble in reconciling the two nor did Il
and five
decide to go out get a !
Don't judge a man by his failure
I s*e experience any sensations of sur-
cent shine.If o in life, for many a man fails because prise. On the other hand we realized REAL ESTATE Included in the Display are : 1
he is too honest to Ucceed.Don't i
the reading circle gets drowsy $ I I anew the truth of the statement that iI I

just bring in one of the new maga- judge a man by the house he peanut politicians are always in fear No. 3 WEST PINE STREET CORDED SILKS I
ives'in, for the lizard and the rat often of being shelled-
zines with the spring fashions, and i
inhabit the grander structure. Second Floor 4
see how popular the study of litera- I PLAIN and CHIFFON t
When dies who
ture really is. a man they survive Get the news in the Sentinel first.
him ask what property has he left I
behind-the> angel who bends over the
It is said the styles make
every dying man asks what good deeds he
woman look as if she were eighteen. f
'.1'J.. ..H1 1.1... ;...... .1...,... re 'strays has sent before him. .
"is "I" I' '" conv un.'" '" >n
of voters of the truth of the state- \
Boost Barons-Bring Phillies here
ments made in the suffrage states.
o next year also! CREPE DE CHINES ,

Vice-President Marshall is billed to o L LCASHEMlRE
speak before the Tallahassee Chau- MY BROTHERSThe

tauqua association March 20. In view Do You RealizeYour
cycles of our many years, DESOILE
of the so-called depression Thomas Their blend of shade and sun,
may be out looking for a few extra Persist in turning our glass of life.
And the song the shepherd sung the New Amer- ,
coppers like his friend W. J. B. does Introducing
Reveals this fact to us today: Insurance Contract Sometimes
all the time regardless of "off? years." That we're past our seventyone.E'en ,
o though this fateful mark was set Saves You From Bankruptcy ? ican Colors, '

A New York woman wants a divorce In the song the psalmist sung,
Despite it all, I think today, ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUE .
from her husband because he i ia is We're sort .
man's model, changes his clothes ,
fifty times a day and is a fashion And though our seasons seem to move

plate. No woman wants a fashion In swifter flights along stands to that it should be OREGON GREEN L
There seems a greater growth of reason cor- DELAWARE PEACH
plate for a husband-she would rather right,
have a "roughneck" or a "rounder. Less potency of wrong; rectly drawn so that you can realize on I NEWPORT TAN I
." And life reveals, as ne'er before 1 GETTYSBURG GRAY 1
A fuller richer plan, where it when you have a fire. It is as necessary TUXEDO BROWN i
o All may find some work to do I
Miss May Irwin told a New York For God and brother man. as the examination of the title to your PIPING ROCK
audience recently that she has made a
There friends to love and property.For invited.
grapefruit shortcake. The Tampa right wrongsto E An inspection cordially Samples

Tribune has written Miss Irwin for As life's cheerfully sent to out-of-town customers.
on way we fco,
Rates and other Information Callon
the recipe. Now we know that some With all of good at our commandTo
.of Orange help 'gainst every foe. Phone t
quality grapefruitwill or
All this and many blessings more
find a permanent place on the Along our pathway lie; I OUR MILLINERY ANDREADYTOWEAR
table of every Tribune employe. First count them over one by one, !
See how they multiply. !
o .
The state board of pardons wilt Then brothers, let's fresh courage
meet in the governor's office at Tallahassee take. The highest of euconiums seem inade-
like The storms we need not dread; to the bestowed by
March seventh. Nothing quate express
Saint Patrick's day to set a few crim- The clouds break that threaten soon may S. Y. WAY our customers upon some of our Creations.

inals at liberty and give them a new With blessings on our head. Not only are the styles we show so dis-
start in life. Chasing the snakes out Make places then for streams of love tinctly original, without being in the least

of Ireland is not the only good deed For Where love has they overflowing may broadly streams run, Insurance and Real Estate Agent extreme but they are priced so remark-

that Saint Pat can do for humanity. To fill them every one. ably reasonable that our new standard of
o I -Uriah Seeley.' values have been a revelation to many.

North Carolina is a dry state and PHONE 172THORNTON

her governor complains that "milk- DoctorsBuckmaster
fed" officials will not enforce the law! SAND

STimesUnion.. &; Brandage .
It is now in order for the governor Not for a decade has there been such

to start in and fracture the laws a OSTEOPATHS a demand for one particular color as there t

bit and see how quickly the "milk- Personal instruction under Dr. Still e is at the present time for SAND and

fed" officials will have him in hot at Kirksville, Mo. shades that graduate from almost an

water. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples! Oyster tone, to a deep Bisque or Putty.
-0-' National Bank. Phone 578. I Anticipating the demand several months

"Who Lifted the Lid Off of Hell?" I --- ago we made our purchases accordingly,

is the subject of the pamphlet issued :till II1I1 I1I11 1I111 11111 11111 11I11 11111 I"1I111 II' I' I. .1111.111111111111111111. so that at the present time, we are in the

by that well known, long haired, eagle unique position of being able to demon-

eyed, flowing necktied Elbert Hub- strate this extremely fashionable color in I

bard, of East Aurora, New York. The :
contents of the booklet attacks the PARK
Kaiser in the customary Hubbard I PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS I

manner. However there are several I i HOSIERY I

interesting passages found in the MILLINERY C fi

booklet. is but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new playground READY-TO.'VEAR .

of the

"Books and Bookman" is a featureof Ien's Suits, Ien's Shirts 1\len's Ties,

the Sunday Tampa Tribune con Water lights sidewalks fine shade trees. Choice Ien's Hats, Ien's Sox, Ien's Gloves.DICKSONIVES .
ducted by E. D. Lambright, the well i

known journalist rotarian and up- lots low and inducements I
lifter of Tampa humanity in general.Ed. now selling at prices special

starts his review with "The offered to those who build this season.
Week's Best Poem entitled "The

Kiss." Following this he reviews one il

i F of A. Conan Doyle's detective stories, Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or CO.r

t then the St. Nicholas Magazine, and .
E. concludes with a review of the Strand ask your dealer.TAYLOR.

f from Magazine.sublime Ed.to certainly the ridiculous does ramble in every r .DEP ARTMENT :
r sense that the phrase implies. It :

t would seem that Ed. starts the morn- .. ..

ing with a kiss, catches one of the

i rocking Tampa street cars, and per I & THORNTON :, ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
ruses a detective story to get in trim : The Store of true service, of never.falling cour Jtest' J

r for the day's work, then reads a few : of fair dealing, of trust.worthy mer-

passages from St. Nicholas to the : chandise, at right prices .
Tribune copy boys and winds up at Proprietors : ORLANDO. FLORIDA

the club reading that great smart set i :1
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I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 I
p. in.Admission ; ;
-Edited By Miss Eliza

s Office telephone No. 179. Wri&ht"I'I' 5 Cents 1 .r !

March 11th.13th. very happy party assembled on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of "Elsie's Uncle." A comedy
Thursday Mr. Lowell Jennison, at 10 West Concord Kalem special feature com- drama in two parts with Elsie Al- i

"Here and There" Club Miss Mc- avenue where a number of New bert.Powers.
; plete in two parts."COUPON :
Mullen, hostess. Hampshire tourists are quartered for "Be Neutral. A timely
Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. Feinberg, hos- the winter, the occasion being the observance and impressive moving picture spec- .
four of tacle.
tess."Gentlemen's. of the birthdays
the party whose anniversaries occur Five cents to all.
evening" at the Rosalind I COLLECTORS"A
i during the month of March; also serving -
Club; Mrs. O'Neal, chairman.
as a finale to the many delightful
FridayDr. Lubin Comedy."A Again we call attention to the o
together during ALWAYS
. and Mrs.V.. F. Blackman, mu- gatherings your APPROPRIATE-ALWAYS WELCOME 0 '
sicale and reception, Rollins College. their sojourn here. classified ads. is gift of" Cut Glass. In
a our present 11
showing have
Dance, Rossmore Inn. AVindermere. The affair took the form of a lawn we many .
Saturday Aurtion Bridge Club; party during the sunny hours of the QUESTION OF CLOTHES"A beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs, such as water sets, .
:Mrs. Chalfant, hostess. afternoon, and later the house was fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern
Saturday opened to the guests and a pleasingand Vitagraph Comedy. LucerneTODAY ll dishes, cologne bottles, powder and puff jars, etc., all specially .
Entre Nous Card Club; Miss interesting program was rendered priced.
Branch, hostess.Pennsylvania. Flag decorations, flowers and ,."
orange blossoms made the place very
picnic.0 Utractive. Ice and cake and
cream N & CO. JEWELERS.
fancy crackers were liberally served, ,
EQUAL SUFFRAGE the party breaking up in the late [b.AL
The Equal Suffrage League held a evening.The _U IOT LII .
business session at the Unity Chapel guests of honor were Dr. JohnL. 5 cents 10 cents "THE SEA BRAT"A I
f Mr. James S. Brown Mrs.
Golden ,
yesterday morning, plans being
completed for the entertainment of II. Frank Patten, Mrs. Clarence D. Reliance Drama.
Dr. Anna Shaw while she is in the Palmer. Additional guests were Mr. FOR FINISHING DOORS
and Mrs. George Dowst, Miss AnnetteL.
city next Saturday.She TOMORROW-Gaby Deslys in t AND WAINSCOTING
will give an address free to the Dowst Mr. and Mrs. George F. 1
public on Saturday evening, 8 o'clock, Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. F. Greer, "HER Triumph." We have the best stains and varnishes
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. C. Knowlton,
at the house. "ON THE TABLE TOP"A manufactured. Do
Mrs. k you doubt it ?
Mr. and Mrs. James Benson.
The Men's Suffrage League League and will the be Women'sEqual seatedon .John L. Golden, Mrs. James S. Brown, I Wednesday and Thursday of Well, seeing is believing. And the
Majestic Drama.
the stage with Dr. Shaw, the ladies Mr. A. Frank Patten. Mrs. Hattie C.l Next week, Anette Kellermanin way to see it is to put it on your
wearing white dresses with yellow Crosby, Mrs. Alice S. Merrill, Miss i "Neptunes Daughter." { doors. If you don't say it's the best

ribbons, these being the suffrage (Continued on page 8) \ material you ever used for the money,
colors. ---- we'll stand the
Every member of the two leaguesis .i expense. That's fair
I requested to assemble back of the Report of the Condition of "THE UNWILLING BRIDE"A 121 isn't it 1Orlando'
stage at 8:15 sharp, so as to marchon THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK -
in a body, before the address At Orlando, in the State of Florida at the Close of Royal Comedy. I Paint & Wall Paper Co
opens. Business March 4, 191;). : .
Another important item of busi- c..1 I' .1 -205 S. Orange Avenue
ness was the report by Mrs. Potts on No. 10069.
the committee's inquiry into havinga RESOURCESLoans COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.

probation officer appointed by the and discounts --_________________________ $ 354.214.73 "NETTY TO LETTY"A
governor to have care of the unruly Overdrafts, unsecured _______________________ 60.82U. -
children of Orange county, who, here- S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par ...
tofore, have been locked in the jail value) -----________________________________ 21,000.00 Vitagraph Comedy.
with all sorts of criminals, wheneverit U. S. bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par

became necessary to arrest them. value) -------_______________________________ 10,000.00 FOUR BIG REELS WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Mrs. Potts, of the Equal Suffrage Other bonds pledged to secure postal savings _____ 5,000.0
League, Mrs. Edwards, of the Civic Bonds, securities, etc., pledged as collateral for hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
League, and Mrs. Dudley, of the Soro- state or other deposits (U. S. postal savings Something new Something New I
sis Club, composed the committee excluded) ___________________________________$ 5,000.00 Try it. Ask About it.
which investigated the laws on the Other bonds, securities, etc., owned unpledged "SAME LITTLE Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
matter and steps will be taken to (other than stocks), including premiums on PRICES" three or more

have the governor appoint one. same -------________________________________ 6085.16 Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
The president, Mrs. Fred Stanley, Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank, COLD :MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
presided over the meeting, about $3,600; less amount unpaid, $2,400 -____________ 1,200 6OSTEOPATHY POTATO SALADJ.
twenty-five ladies being present, and Banking house, $24,736.40; furniture and fixtures,

two men from the men's league. $11,135.37 --------------____________________ 35,871.77 R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
-- -- Other real estate owned --______________________ 952.00 DR. J. c. HOWELL
DR. CLARK'S Due from Federal Reserve bank _________________ 11,000.00 Phone 26 Bakery
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon I
ADDRESS. Due from approved reserve agents in central re-
The address given on yesterday af- serve cities ------------______________ 36008.7-1 4 Kirksville Graduate
ternoon by Dr. G. Hardy Clark before Due from banks and bankers (other than included Consultation Free

the Unity Circle was a very instructive in 12 or 13)) ---------------_________"________ 467876.30 0 Office Cheney Block; Opp. San Joan
one on "The Home Training of the Outside checks and other cash items, $565.15 HoteL
; Office Phone 716 Residence 1018 Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Child. After the talk many ques- fractional currency, nickels and cents, $1,191.18__ 1,756.33 ;
tions were asked by mothers present, Chceks on banks in the same city or town as Orlando. Fla.

who received splendid advice. Dr. reporting bank ---------------_______________ 1214776
Clark and his wife Dr. Mary Clark, Notes of other national banks --________________ 2,200.00( -
are known this country over bv their Federal Reserve notes -------__________________ 1.500.00(
study and knowledge of children'swelfare Lawful money reserve in bank:
in which they are so deeply Specie------------------------
------ $ 28,392.65 FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
interested. This splendid couple are I I Legal-tender ____ E
notes ---- ------ __________ 4,870.00.33,262.65
visitors for few weeks.
our city a
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more

- than 5 per cent. on circulation) ________________ 1,050.00
TWENTIETH CENTURY Established 1886

CLUB MEETING.The Total -------------------____________________A___________$1,006,186.26
Twentieth Century Club met
with Mrs. Hudson; yesterday after- I i LIABILITIES

noon in open meeting. All those who Capital stock paid in ___________
------------- $ 50,000.00
were invited were asked to come Surplus fund ----------------_______________ 12,500.00 CURTIS & O'NEAL
dressed to represent some book.
profits, $9,570.79 reserved
; taxes ,
Miss roses Peck for guessing received the a lovely most names bunch of of $293.89 --------______-__________________-__$ 9,864.68
the books represented. Mrs. Tom Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 29,732.16 '
Circulating notes -- ______________ INSURANCE
Mathews read a humorous little -------------- 21,000.00* LOANS .
Dividends unpaid -- _______________
sketch on "Husband.' Miss; Sue Ma- Demand ------------- 8.00(
gruder and Miss Millie Smith gave deposits:
Individual deposits subject to check __
several $206,211.67
delightful vocal solos. The ------ ----
club will take the reading of Ten- Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days__ 25,043.77 ---_ REJ\L ESTATE RENTALS :
, nyson's "Queen up Mary" at the next Certified checks _______-__________________-___ 101.15 -
meeting. Tea and wafers were served Cashier's checks outstanding _________________ 9,423.79 .
by the hostess. United States deposits ________________________ 10,000.00
- Postal savings deposits _______________________ 1,637.44 I
DINNER PARTY State, county, or other municipal deposits secured -
FOR "WIDOWERS." by item 8 of "Resources" ______________ 4,00(5.00(
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Mrs. Gray Deposits requiring notice of less than 30 days___ 8,996.92265,417.71 t
Rush, Miss Margaret Drennen, and ime deposits:
Mrs. W. M. Glenn yesterday went to Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days___$ 22,494.67 .
Tampa, where they attended the per- Deposits subject to 30 or more days' notice______ 625,03369617,528.36 For Sale :
formance of Anna Pavlowa at the
Tampa Bay Casino last evening. Before Total .---------------____________________________-______$1,006,186.2 .

Petersburg returning and the other party points will visit on the St. State of Florida, County of Orange-ss. House eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price :

West Coast. Last evening, to keep I. Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear
the "widowers," Messrs. Giles, Rush that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. .
and Glenn from becoming lonesome, CHAS. P. DOW, Cashier. 450000. A bargain. :
r Mrs. Essington was hostess to the Correct-Attest:
"left-behinds" at a beautifully ap M. O. OVERSTREET, a
pointed dinner at her home on West BENJ. DREW,
\ street. Mr. Essington furnished the C. E. JOHNSON,
cigars, and the evening was passed in Directors. 1t I It.I.III..IIIII.III.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.,111.11
merry fashion, discussing the war and :Subscribed::) and sworn to before me this 10th day of March, 1915.A. .
lieht opera. N. GOODWIN, Notary Public. . .1.1111.1".1,1.,

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"- Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values ;
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:. 6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3% INCH SMOOTH CASINGS : Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes v

i 7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3/ INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 '

30 x 3V ________$11.60 12.20 2.70
t CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

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

: 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35; 28.70 5.20 1 *
: Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have end iMIIIIIIIICillllllMMIIMnilllllllllltllllllllMIIM
'. an ,, 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
: :: to tire troubles ,
'. "., :, If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. :


.. We Have a Service Station. AllAdjushnent
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; PHILLIPS GARAGES :: 9 Made Here.

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: .: I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. : :.
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: i.: r; 26' East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave :J: San Juan Garage Company i .

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the Gulf highlands of the fam-
ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor-
GETREADY dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy
WANTSThe and early shippers of winter vegeta-
l CASH bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
mate; invigorating salt air from the
I i gulf; pure water from flowing arte- 1
sian wells; this proved and tested
r Morning Sentinel Want land, close to transportation sur-
65 acres Sanford and Orlando Directory i* the Greatest Want rounded by prosperous groves and O1-{ AJSTDO
Brick Road. Ad Medium in Orlando. farms, we offer at a low price on
} small payment down, balance ten .
Terms Cash in Advance.
at 6 cent. Large
i 5 Room House close in. Easy years per acreage
, now to pick from. Immense leap in
Terms. RATES values will fellow. This special offer
For One Day -____________-25t is not to speculators, but ot those Cement
f I Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ______._____50c who wilt actually develop the land. Royal Agatite Plaster andPerfection Limey
For Six Days _____....______75c Exceptionally fine class of residents
2 Lots, Concord Park For One Month ----_______$ .50 coming in.
This rate applies on all ads of Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
t' Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- CO., -
tains more than 25 words the rate Box 609, Sarasota Fla.
. will be one cent per word for 2-21-1moc-
: Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in-
t terms. sertion.If FOR SALE ,. .
r you can't bring your ad to Terms to Suit Purchaser & $- 1 ',
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts Good citrus and truck land, cleared / I ,''1rM eft: Ir'I -'!(y
the above. opened by telephone will be I in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on
3t 3- payable the following day. brick road to be built this year two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
--------- ------ ------ -- ---
Every Home-Every Business rings or white H. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a No.2, Orlando, for appointment.
; Sentinel Want Ad. 2-14-lmo

0i t l Watkins Block PHONE 504 I FOR SALE FOR RENT KIN Aln lln SNOBENOrlando's

F '
FOR RENT-Three large rooms with
-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-Several young cows all modern improvements; 9 per
; fresh and fine. Wm. H. Behrens, month. Also one detached room, 18
CLOCK and Clarcona_Fla. 3-7-6t-ltw by 20, 5 per month. Inquire C. Joyce, Largest and Cheapest
703 South Division street 6 to 8 p. m.
JEWELRY REPAIRING FOR SALE-Automobile, in first 3-7-6t
class condition fully equipped
; ; a
call on C. VATER who Bargain. Inquire at the Florida Real FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn conveniences -
Estate and Investment Co., above Peoples unfurnished. Jas. A. FURNITURE HOUSE
F is an expert at.this trade National Bank. 376t'FOR Knox. 11-3-tf

with many years experience SALE-A good comfortablehome i

f E for small family; garden NICE to adults, LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street., Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
!..t Youngs Repair Shop growing; fruit shrubbery and flow 10-25-tf
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion ;
t Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH avenue. 3-7-lmo
" FOR SALE-Income producing straw
WANTED return ticket to Chi- ------- -- - -- --
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berry farm; crop goes with place; - -- --- ---- --
bring returns on your investment at cago, 111. Address A. T. B., Box f
once and will continue for four 171. 3-10-3t
months. Will sell or exchange for
4 DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER city property. G. F. Foster Star WANTED-to exchange good citrus
Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-5-6t* land for automobile; must be in
r. Office corner Orange Avenue and good condition; no junk considered.Box .
! Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE-In Concord Park; a bar 717, Orlando. 3-10-St Clearance Sale

Phone 419.Pure. gain; two-story house; two lots,
t fh 50x150 improved; some fruit trees. WANTED-Office girl. Apply to
411 \-Amelia avenue. 3-10-61* Florida Real Estate avid InvestmentCo.
r iir iir --- -- ., above Peoples National Bank.
fr FOR SALE-A good work horse; 3-10-3t* OF
r guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
r quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. WANTED-A young pointer covey I
Florida Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo dog male. State price and qualifi-
f cations. One that has had one sea-
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story son on quail. Address, J. H. D., P. 0.
cottage, seven rooms and bath Box 124, city. 3-9-St Gas Heaters
Honey modern conveniences roomy porches,,
t tt excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. WANTED-Want to buy small home .
I 2-23-tf not far out, with trees and shrub-
i bery; must be neat and attractive and
FOR SALE-Buick! touring car, fully cheap. Describe fully with price and

etc.equipped A bargain.; speedometer Act quick., Presto Call tank at Sentinel.number. Address Northerner 3-7-6t care |tS;.;. Having a few heaters left which we donot wish to car-

r Calumet Ford Garage Church street. 2-12-tf For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
I grand piano won by Miss Myrtle out during the month of March at the following prices:
Weeks in the recent contest will be PALMS:
t Baking sold for benefit of Baptist church Now is the time to plant palms.
building fund. Piano may be seen We have the best assortment of palms
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. to be had. Also Griffing's Roses give $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
Powderi Weeks, 10 Washington street. results. W. H. Brokaw, salesman,
t 1-13-tfc 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
i 2-27-12tc 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

1 FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar
, in A-l condition cheap for FOUND-A saddle. Owner may have
; ;
cash or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor,, same by calling at the Sentinel 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 office and paying for this advertise-

& GORE 1-4-tf ment. 3-10-tf 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 "

i FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock FOUND-AN emergency automobile
and tools best farm in crank. Owner may have same by
New! Modern G f riety fruits, 1,600 trees county; va calling at the Sentinel office and paying -
Grocery ; elegant
y up- i for this ad.
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock 3-9-tf BUY NOW AND 20 PER CENT.
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own-
er. Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
Phone 200 3-3-tf i '
most important items in successful -
growing: of fruits and vegetables. repairs of all kinds done
6 and 8 East Pine St.TOURISTTRAINS
Talk with H. C. McDaniel. He hasmade promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
a success of growing both. He screen doors and windows a specialty;
ells Wilsoh & Toomer's "Ideal" sleeping porches counters, shell ing.
brand. His experience is worth some garages office fixtures; window and
thing to you. Phone 708. door frames made to order. Get our ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
2-26-lm prices. 18 East Church street. A
5 5 5TO postal will bring us. I-11-1mo.
FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished
seed, see J. L. Dean Prop. City ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate
Drug Store. 3-4-2wks sleeping car from Orlando to Wash-
ington, commencing March 17. Leave
FOR SALE Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -
75 acres suitable for citrus culture nights, on train No. 82. This
North and West"DIXIE and truck farming bordering on a car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m.
pretty lake and has one-half mile 3-6-tf
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford 1870
FLYER" brick road this frontage being adapted BUYERS AND SELLERSI
for nice home sites; could be subdivided buy sell rent and change real R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
"DIXIE LIMITED" into 40 building plots 60x200 Pioneer Paint & Wall
feet each leaving about 60 acres for over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, 132 Park Place, New York Rnley's PaperStoreHas

"SEMINOLE LIMITED" citrus fruits and truck farming; five $20,000,000. Call and see me. Wholesale Dealers and Commission

"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" 'stores minutes, hotel walk, school to railroad and churches.station, 10-6-3m_ F. A. LEWTER. Merchants in Florida Orangesand always on hand a large and well selected

"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" When transportation you consider facilities location with and other good FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

advantages the property's real value 708.strawberries phone H. C. :McDaniel, Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.

Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis is 7500. It is owned by a non-resi- for vegetables Parties coming will be to the given garden low Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Indianapolis Cleveland Cincinnati dent who needs money. He author- prices. CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
izes 2-20-lmo Liberal advances made on con
Louisville and intermediate points. me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever -
buys this property gets a bar- signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
recovered and
gain. For further particulars, call on repaired
Dining Cars via E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & "while you wait" at Young's Repair R. E. Cocnran, President.
Davis building, corner Church street Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyr c T. L. Turner, Treasurer. FINLEY'S PIONEER
and Orange avenue. Orlando. l-22-2m
Atlantic Coast Line 1-31-tfc
PHONE 646 BONE 67 Corner Pine and Court

Standard Railroad of the SouthA. LOOK-18 Also furnished fine city or lots unfurnished for sale. ItlsTirneTo

houses for summer rental. Price and
W. Fritot D. P. A., terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, owner Plant Vines AUTO FOR HIRE
215 South Main
J Jacksonville Fla. Methodist: church. Phone 99. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING

J. G. Kirkland D. P. A., 2-27-lmo Bignonia BARNARD & SON

Tampa Fla. I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction VinestaBougainvillea The Marl et
Street Jrlando. Fla.
17 Hughey
nor any city lots outside of
the corporation though I have some 12-10-Am OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
splendid building lots near Lake Eola
and they will be priced on their mer- OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEJ)
its. See the owner and save commis- Palms and Ferns FRESH AID ALl MfcAlV
sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
2-26-lmo* Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions

I Everything screened away from the flies and kept tan
per Colony for sale at a bargain if DELLGARDEN and pure.
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 graduate Davenport College 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee uatisf action. We have
DR. L H. RAMSDEUf! acres of as good land as there is in 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone in the Meat Line.
Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; 209. Intelligent people everywhere everything
OPTOMETRIST all under fence; 6 room house, auto are being restored to health by chiro-
ORLANDO - FLORIDAWE and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables. J. M. CARUTHERS practic adjustments the new scienceof IT. M. Self. & Co.
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES com crih and poultry house; crop and removing the cause of disease. Ex-
AND DO ALL KINDS OF some farming tools eo with place. I Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. amination free. 12-24-lmo PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
S. S. Bowman
I Taft, Fl-
OPTICAL REPAIRING J 2-19-d&wk-lmo Get the news in the Sentinel first. Don't overlook the want ads. J



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any one who can make it laugh !



s AC k F y ..6y.f Don't fail'to see :

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N Richard Leslie .

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Scene from The Musical Spectacle "The Prince ;jcf Tonight." Lucerne Theatre: Saturday "I Known as :

and Matinee and Night March 13th.

J less Leslie"The
July when it was sizzling Oregon has six women undertakers.
Round the ninety-seven mark, I
And the skeeters made life dismal That a fat man is the most sensitive - -
Both at home and in the park; I creature in the world is the contention Women clergymen in Oregon num-
t When to keep life in ;your body I of Frank Harsh, who weighs ber seventeen.
You were wont to fast and pray,
300 pounds and is playing the part -
Not to mention sinking forty-
Seven "schooners" every day; of Daniel Stuart,an eccentric comedy, New York City has four'women fire Mechanical Wonder in .

When your F. F. V.'s clung to you in the musical spectacle, "The Princeof inspectors.
With that sticky, gluey cling, Tonight," coming to the Lucerne -

'Gainst I recall the you summer softly ,swearing fall and, spring. I theatre, Saturday matinee and night, Cleveland has a Wage Earners'Suf- the Large Window at

March 13. frage club.

When the ants got! in your luncheonOn To look at Harsh, one would never -
that party in the woods I imagine that he had been a soldier; Women learn to run an automobilemore
It was you who said with fervor:
'"Give men winter-that's the goods." his waist line of 100 inches or more, quickly than men.
When the iceman rendered monthly it would seem, could never have fit -
That big ice bill. What a row! I into one of Uncle Sam's uniforms; There are over 300 women archiectsin
It was then in words untemperedThat
you registered a vow but Harsh explains that his corpu- the United States. THE BIG STORE
That you wished the fall would hastenSo lency developed after his service in -
that winter with its chill the Spanish-American war. If he had The Ohio Farm Women's club has

Might appear to break your bondageAnd remained a soldier he would not now sixty-six clubs in thirty-one counties.
your cup of joy to fill.
be actor fat And which is -
When the mercury went higher, an man.
When the asphalt street dissolved; worse, he asks? Maid servants in Berlin earn on an
When the flies were biting fiercely, Harsh, who has been playing com- average of $5 per month.
You the problem would have soled
edy roles for several thereis -
years says
Could you but have put December _
In the shoes of hot July, a difference between a fat man anda Over one-half of the total factory

How ycur spirits would have mounted man who is fat. The fat man, according forces in Japan are women.
And your troubles gone on by.Here's to his definition, is a fatheaded --0--
an old friend come to visit; '! Women have the right to sit in
slob who takes great pride now
(Kindly do not throw a fit);
For here's Winter! Now you have it and pleasure in patting himself, and the New Zealand parliament.
Just what shall you do with it? gloating over his avoirdupois. On - Thursday 10 to 11.30 a.m. 3 to 4.30
-0. R. C. in York Dispatch. I p.m.
the contrary, the man who is merelyfat French women are considered the

feels that he did not achieve it, leaders in the art of cookery.
but that nature thrust it upon him." -0--

I The actor says that his battle against : Births increased over 5,000 in New Friday 10 to 11.30 a. m. 3 to 4.30 m.
Oviedo, Florida, is one of the livest p.
flesh has been much warmer than any York city during the past year.
little towns in this section of the
fighting he experienced against the -
state. To better advertise that
com- Spaniards.Mr. General John French, commanderof

munity envelopes, the board with of pictures trade is sendingout on the Harsh says, with grief in his the British forces in France, has Saturday 9.30 to 10.30 a. m. 3 to 4 p.
tones, that he has found the old announced his conversion to suffrage,
front of several buildings, the back
phrase, "Nobody loves a fat man," brought about, he says, by the hero-
of the envelope containing the follow-
ing information: 1 literally' true. I ism, the endurance and organizing m., 7.30 to 8 p. m.
"I have never married because I I ability of the women on the battle-
"Oviedo, Florida, 'the garden spot.4 have never found any one who would field of France and Belgium.
Come and
investigate. Oviedo has
two churches, good school, bank, two have me. If any nice girl wants to --0--
railroads, telephone system, good general I propose she may drop me a line, care Julia Marlowe, the actress, has been The manager will expose on the Roof
stores. We need a good modern of the above company." converted to the suffrage cause.
hotel, up to date garage, ice and electric -
plant' Oviedo is surrounded by -0--
as fine farming land as can be found I NEWSPAPER MAN IIERE 1 I New York city has more women I Ii Garden Saturday night.
for general farming, citrus culture i wage earners than the total popula-
and trucking. Black hammock, one Richard F. Lussier, of Birmingham, tion of Washington, D. C.
of the richest tracts in the state,when 'I
I is in Orlando to furnish news art iI -0--
developed will be one of the state'sgarden
spots. Write Oviedo Board of cles concerning the Barons for the Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont has openeda I
Trade." I Birmingham Age-Herald. free soup kitchen for women and

-- girls out of work in New York i

Manufacturing- establishments- in : one Win! Yourself s D

Philadelphia employ over 1,500 women .
The Orlando Meat MarketT. as overseers and foremen.


A. YANCY Manager :Mrs. Joel R. Nine, of Fort Wayne,

Ind, besides being an architect,makesa

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice specialty of homes.

Florida and Western Meats Grand Duchess-0-Marie, of Luxem- ROOf F GARDEN THEATRE TO-NIGHT

berg, who is only 21 years of age, is
Oysters, Fish Poultry Vegetables Game Etc. I
the youngest ruler in the world.

I -
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order .
Emmy Destinn, the opera singer is I 4 REELS A.T EVERY SHOW 4

PHONES } Business' !135 P. O. BOX 226Residence to become an American citizen having -
I (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. already applied for her first pa-

pers. -0-- Universal Topical .

Mrs. Birdie C. Kojuharoff, of DenI -
* .- I ver Colo., boasts of being the motherof "ANIMATED WEEKLY."
r five children before she was seven-

teen years of age.

Iiammond&Gore I -0- Victor Comedy Drama. 2 Ree.. .
According statistics compiled bv

I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I the Philadelphia chief of,compulsory only 467 girls education are clas-in I "THE UNEXPECTED HONEYMOON."

sified as chronic truants as against
j Joker Comedy. May Usher'TOOLING

COMPARE .! Dr. and Mrs\ J. McElroy: of Or-
lando, accompanied by their cousin, "
Miss Miller\ of Tennessee, are plan- FATHER.
Ii i OUR FURNITUREWe ning to motor to Ocala todav for a
I brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Do-

the of furniture that has zier. Monday they will go to Gaines- Admission Free Until 6:30 5c. and
provide quality long ville and on their return home will be p. m. Nights, lOc.
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the accompanied by their daughterinlaw -
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. Mrs. Sylvan McElrov\ awl "'n.
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca ,'t make who are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Dozier.
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof Mrs. McElroy's\ parents.-Ocala Star.

I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I Mr. W. M.
I Coble, the clever repre-
sentative of the Savannah, Dublin & Towell-Buckwortli Co.
Macon railroad, who has been making ,
McNHLL! & DAVIS BLOCK, his headquarters in Orlando for some
time, left yesterday for Miami wherehe )
I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando. Fla. will hustle the East Coast for bus- Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."
iness for his line.

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Mr. J. B. Smith one of prosperous
Pine Castle's live and enterprising
citizens, transacted business in Orlando -
Statement of the condition of the State
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Mears left
Bank of Orlando, Orlando, Florida, at the for their home in Brooklyn yesterday -,
close of business March 8th, 1915, as con- N. Y., after a pleasant visit of several
densed from the Bank Examiner's report. weeks in Orlando.

RESOURCESLoans Mrs. J. O. Neill and daughter, Mrs. l X31ri'

and Discounts _______$ 535515.11 Wm. S. for Bateman left yesterday afternoon -
a trip to the principal
Overdrafts ________________ 346.75 points of interest on the West Coast. '
Stocks and Bonds ___________ 128,023.39 1150'
Furniture and Fixtures _____ 12,889.30 Mrs. Ella McDuffie and children,

Real Estate ________________ 9,547.32 who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. _
Geo. A. Barker, returned yesterday
Cash and due from Banks ____ 324,651.33 afternoon to their home in Port STATEMENT =
Tampa.Mr. ER
$1,010,973.20 Condensed statement as rendered to the Comp- h

LIABILITIES Wm. P. Blakeley, the merchant troller of the Currency, March 4th, 1915
prince of Ocoee, was among the representative -
Capital Stock ______________$ 50,000.00 citizens of West Orange RESOURCESLOANS
Surplus and Profits _________ 42,481.17 transacting business at the county
Deposits ___________________ 918,492.03 capital yesterday. _____________________---------------____$354,214.73
OVERDRAFTS _________________________________ 60.82 --
Transients registering at the San STOCKS ______________________________________ 1,200.00U.
$1,010,973.20 Juan hotel yesterday included Paul S. BONDS _____________-_.__________________ 31000.00
Burgess, Tampa; F. Schubbel Upper OTHER BONDS ____________ ___________________ 16,085.16 -
Sandusky, Ohio, and T. B. Jackson, REAL ESTATE, BANK BLDG., VAULT, ETC ___ 36,823.77
The State Bank I 1l Atlanta.Mr. -. CASH AND IN BANK -----____________________566,801.78 y

( and Mrs. C. G. Memminper and $1,006,186.26
Miss Memmmger motored to Orlando
yesterday from their home in Lakeland LIABILITIES
of Orlando
and spent the day sight seeing
in and around the CAPITAL 50000.00
city. -, SURPLUS -______-_ _____________________________ 12,500.00
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood Mrs. W. d''' 8,598.58
E. Collier and Mrs. L. W. Lyons will : RESERVED FOR TAXES ___, ________________ 293.89 8.00 ?
return tomorrow from a pleasant visitto -i +'-J CIRCULATION _____________________________ 21,000.00
/ in DeLand.Dr. Hood's They auto are and making went the by way trip _r JS DEPOSITS -_______________ ________________ 913785.79
of Orlrndo.-Ocala Star. y
TOTAL ____
------------------------------ $1,006,186.26

Mr. R. L. Williams of Suffolk Va., - COMPARISONS:
was in the city yesterday visiting '
1 friends.Ir.. Williams is a former DEPOSITS
resident of Orlando and is always welcomed .
to the city by a large circleof --'* MARCH 4, 1912 _$ 81,201.02
friends. --Td13e- MARCH 4, 1913 -.__
MARCH 4, 1914 320,7.47.75
MARCH 4, 1915_ .'
-- 913.785.79Your -
I Mrs. R. A. Vance, of Palatka arrived -
in Orlando yesterday afternoonto
visit Miss Roberta Branch at the
- -- -- -- -- - home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. account solicited and appreciated,
...1111111111..11..1111111111111111111.111.11111111Rugs W. S. Branch on North Orange ave- ..' S-'l
nue. l.-.t z: i }

Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Sherman who ...-.Up l '
have been spending the winter in Orlando -
left yesterday for a visit to ; -jjjjtf lilt is a pleasure to serve you."
Rugs points of interest in the southern part
of the state before going to their
home in Dover, N. II. .

Mrs. Florence H. Sawdey, who has TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY t
been spending the wiqter in Orlando,
a guest at Duke Half, will leave tomorrow FOR RENT-Second story flat to''!

AT COST AND Y. This for is her her initial home visit in Madison to this city N. lights.rent Apply by the to year 210, Palmetto with bath street.and Orange City Water ____________________________25c. half gallon

a and she intends returning again next 3-11-61 I Poland WaterBenscott ________________________________________________

season. Lithia Water _______40c. half gallon; $1.50 for 6 gallons

LESS Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rogers and I I ANTED-To land for an automobile exchange in good good citrus con- I Harris Lithia Water __________________________________A uu_

daughter, Miss Chelsa who have been dition; no junk considered. Address White Rock, pints and splits _____________________________--
spending and several Fort Myers weeks, arrived at St. Petersburg in Orlando -- I Box 717, Orlando. 3-ll-3t Vichy Celestine from France ___________________ u__

yesterday. They will probably FOUND-On the Orlando and Winter Appollinaris in quarts, pints and splits __________________-u-

I ALL SIZES AND PATTERNS 1 son finish in out this the section.Mr. remainder. of the sea- I Park can have road top same to by automobile.calling at Owner this- Openta _______________________________-:__-____-" --__

for ad. 3-11-ltc JIuyyedi Janis -------- ---
office and paying ---------------- ----- j-r
and Mrs. II. M. Cushman arrived -
in Orlando yesterday afternoonover Red Raven Splits --------------------------- ----

the Atlantic Coast Line from FOR SALE-New modern house; six Rubinat from Spain ______________________________________

Included in this sale.Don't Jacksonville four weeks in and this will section spend before three continuing or- rooms sold by and April bath;1.a bargain R. J. Waldron at $2,000if Abilena Water _________________________________________.:_---

their journey to points in the contractor and builder.Vest 3-11-St South Veronica Water ______________________________________________
southern part of the state. street. -
purchase your
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. James, of Detroit LOST-A number plate, 2 casings A PARTIAL LIST OF THE WATERS THAT CAN BE HAD ATPHONE
Floor until :Mich., arrived in Orlando yesterday with covers on road between Geneva
Coverings afternoon and expect to remain and Orlando, Tuesday afternoon. Reward
until the end of the month. Theyare if left at the Sentinel office.
here their initial visit and Address A. B. Johnson P. O. Box 454.
on are
you have seen our line delighted roundings.Mrs. .with the city and its sur- 3-ll-3tc J g P PliarMacyhT J

FOR RENT-House, opposite lake; .

after. Sylvan a visit McElroy of three and weeks youngson to and six cold rooms water with; garage bath;; range reasonablerent ; hot

W Will Save You Molley her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier ; within 15 minutes walk of busi- .
n n Sen-
: J lando, returned today accompanied to their home by Mrs.in Or-J. ness tinel.section. Address M, care 3-ll-3t

N. McElroy and cousin, Miss Miller 20
who motored to Ocala Sunday.OcalaStar. Mr. F. C. Cochrane, of Palatka,
transacted business in Orlando ).es-
I terday. He is,in the stationery business -

Mr. W. G. Williams arrived in Or- I in the Gem City. i I"" -
lando yesterday from Portegee. Mich., I -
Oscar Hand i Son
on a sight seeing expedition. lie has :
visited several places in the state and r
extended his travels as far south as
Cuba. lie has met several old friends -
since reaching the city among them
being Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Blass, who I
WEST PINE are spending the winter in Orlando. .
MARCH !' '
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lesson emphatically "
One important \
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IIStIISIIIIII, I ''MMMttliMMIIM-* Minnie R. Sawyer Mrs. Hattie M. i "
Little Mrs. Anna M. Clark Miss Bes- taught by the i
sie G. Smith, Miss Clara E. Messer, ,. _

Artistic Souvenirs Mrs. Mary affair M.proved Robinson.The a most. delightful "Month of Storms"y' ; ': 4 It

occasion and happy ending of a most .
": .
< .
pleasant winter spent here in Orlan- .. ..
do. i is the necessity for prepara1.

PLEASANT SOCIAL-0- tion. A T', v-r-. .

Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand AFFAIR.Through the courtesy of Mr. II. W. ( : .
Howard the genial proprietor of the Savings Account j
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many St. James, a very enjoyable entertain-
ment was given on Tuesday evening.
other useful and beautiful articles typi- I Selections from Shakespeare and often stands between the pos-
James Whitcomb Riley were given by of life. r -
Mr C. G. Smith of Rockford. Ill, and sessor and storms
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea these together with specialties ren- Surplus dollars placed in a
dered by several of the guests, com-
source of great delight to friends prised a program long to be remem- I.
your bered by those present. Savings Accountin erv _

"back North." We also carry a completeline OTHER ORLANDO-0-

SOCIETY NOTES. this institution accumulate i ;
of up-to-date Our Miss Roberta Branch has as her 1
Jewelry. Repair
house guest Mrs. Nell Ridder Varnes, rapidly and earn dividends at
lof Palatka.
Department is in charge of most compe- - the rate of 4 per cent. ? ,;
Mrs. R. B. Glenn wife of the ex-
tent workmen. governor of North Carolina who hasbeen
staying at the New Lucerne,
leaves this monring for her home.

enjoyable The Lucerne affairs hotel- each-dances week.are such Last Or1allO n Bank & Trust t C CoMpally

T. H. EVANSJEWELER night people quite spent a several merry crowd pleasant of young hours

dancing to the entrancing music as
played by Mclntosh's orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Dickson have
as their guests Mrs. J. C. Carlisle
I and Miss Ruby Carlisle of Atlanta,
,..liMMimilllMIIIUMMIBH .. .. ... sister and niece of Mr. Dickson.

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