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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 12, 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: VID00506
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. NUMBER 25.


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PHILA. AB R H PO A E

Every Phase of QuestionWar Seigle, ss ______u 502020 HEMENWAY'S THEFT OF

Fletcher, Ib ___i_. -I 1 1 8 0 0
News of In- Irelan, 3b ________ 3 1 0 1 1 1 HOME IN SEVENTH TOLD FOR THE[ FIRST TIME[

tense Nature Weiser, cf _______ 422200 W. L. TILDEN, COUNTY SO-
Martin, 2b _______ 201300
O'Connor, If ______ 2 0 0 1 1 0 BARONS' WORK IS SPECTACULARMany LICITOR, WINS ALL BUT ,
Washington, March 11.-The sink- Tincup, rf _______ 501000 -

ing of the American ship William P. Fish, c u_________ 4 1 1 12 1 0 ONE CASE IF FOUND INNOCENT THAW

Frye by the German converted cruiser Matteson, p------ 300040 MISS SAFFORD RETURNS
Brilliant Plays Were Made GOES BACK TO
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Prinz Eitel Friedrich, which arrivedat i Totals _________32 5 8 27 9 1 CASES ARE RAPIDLY DISPOSED OF
-Next Game Is With MATTEAWAN
Newport News yesterday, it is con- BARONS. AB R H PO A E FROM LECTURE TOUR

ceded has raised for this governmentone Carroll, Ib _______ 4 2 1 9 1 0 the Athletics on
llartle cf ________ 4 0 0 1 0 0
of the most important issues Hemenway, 3b ___ 4 1 2 1 3 1 March 17 Court Procedure Was Hastened THAW DENIES THE CONSPIRACYSays

brought up since the beginning of the Sloan, rf _________ 4 0 1 1 0 2 -Many Drew Heavy Sen- SPOKE AT TARPON SPRINGS

McBride, If ______ 3 0 1 1 0 0
war.President Wilson himself has taken Coombs, 2b ______ 3 0 1 3 1 0 The second and last of the two- tences for Their YESTERDAY ON WO He Assumed All Credit for

charge of the problem. ElIam, S8 ________ 4 1 1 0 3 0 game series between the Phillies and MAN'S SUFFRAGEDr.

Johnson, c------- 3 1 0 10 3 1 the Barons resulted yesterday in a Rash Acts Plan and Successful Escape
lie said today "the most search- Hard rove, p----- 0 0 0 1 2 0

ing inquiry will be made and whatever Wallace ________ 1 0 1 0 0 0 nine inning tie score of 5 to 5. It Shaw Will Speak at Orlando From Asylum for Crim-

action is to be taken will be based Dougherty, p _____ 1 0 1 0 1 0 was by odds the best of the two The criminal court of record for Opera House on Saturday .

Robertson, p----- 0 0 0 0 0 0 games. It sparkled with brilliant Orange county, which opened for bus- inal Insane p

upon the result of the inquiry. Ray, p ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 Night-Large Audi-
The president set in motion the ma- ..Magee _________ 1 0 0 0 0 0 plays. There was never a dull mo- iness Monday morning, has disposedof
New York March 1L The .
ment. Manager Molesworth is satis- ence ExpectedMiss story
chinery of the government to ascertain - - - the following cases:
Totals _________32 5 9 27 14 4 fied with the showing, and by the of Thaw's escape from Matteawanand j
every fact of importance bearingon Wilson Walker, resisting an officer, '
Three base hitWeiser.Two A. state ''
Mary Safford presi-
time Connie Mack's Athletics arrive of the plot leading thereto, and
the capture and sinking of the ves- base hit-Seigle, Weiser Fish
March 17 the Barons will be in guilty second count, ten months on I
shapeto dent of the Women's Suffrage League,
his into Canada
sel and the questions which had been Carrol, McBride, Dougherty. subsequent flight was 6,

raised. Struck out-By Hardgrove 1, by give the White Elephants a battle county roads. returned yesterday from Tarpon. told today before the criminal branch ,

Dougherty 6, .by Robertson 3, by royal. Ed. Mack, selling liquor, guilty
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The instruction sent to Newport Matteson 10. For five the Phillies Springs, where she spoke in the Methodist of the supreme court.

News was to bring Captain Kiehne, Base on balls-Off Hardgrove 2, off innings were $150 and costs, or four months on church on votes for women: 1
let down without the semblance of a He denied there was any conspiracy. ,
6 off Robertson 1 off
the master of the sunken American Dougherty roads.
be- Matteson 3.Sacrifice. hit and in that time the Barons had county Miss Safford is enthusiastic over the
vessel, to Washington to appear ;
fore the officials of the treasury de rol, Martin hits-Hartle 2. Coombs, Car- piled up a comfortable lead of three Will Williams and John Wright, ag- success of the meeting there, as she He assumed all the credit for the t j j

runs. The feature of the was gravated assault; one year each 8n I
game organized both women's and a men'sleague
a
partment.The Stolen bases-Hemenway 3. plan and the successful engineering 1
orders were also sent to obtaina Hits-Off Matteson 9. off Hard- the speedy work of Hemenway who,in roads. I with a large membership in t

statement from every member of grove 0 in 3 innings, off Dougherty 2 the seventh, got a safety, stole sec- John Bennett, 'concealed weapons, I each, and the members are numbered thereof. i
in 3 innings, off Robertson 5 in 2 innings ond third and to He admitted paying Richard Butler
pilfered ,
completethe
the Frye's crew. off Ray 0 in 1 inning. brilliant plea guilty; $100 and costs, or three among the most prominent people of as much as $6,000, out of which sum A !
Placing the Eitel in the dry dock Time of game-2 hours 20 minutes. performance he stole months on roads.W. the city.

removes all possibility of her attempt- Umpire-Chestnutt- home amid rootings that would have C. Odom, white, embezzlementless The mayor of the city, the Methodist Butler He declared was to reward he was the advised others.priorto t

ing to leave without notice.It CUBS WIN AGAIN forced the polo grounds to take a back than $20, plea guilty; $75 and minister, the president of the the escape that there was no law in 1

is known, however, that even if seat.Other costs, or four months. board of trade, and Capt. Hope are
|New York state making it a crime to 1
the captain desired to sail this government sparkling, scintillating plays Henry Williams, petty larceny; six among the officials of the organization -'
The Chicago Cubs beat the Phila- were made. In the fourth frame El- : escape, provided neither assault nor: i
<<: would net permit him to take months on the county roads. of the men's league, and Miss
delphia Athletics at Tampa yester- lam made beautiful assist off O'Conner's : bribery was employed.He .
his vessel out of port until all ques- a James Thomas, assault and battery; Safford says they are organized for
day. Score 5 to 4. bat and in the second Sloan declared the plot to escape was
tion of responsibility of the captainand $5 and costs, or thirty days. work, and with the zeal manifestedare t
worked through one of "his agents, a
made one-hand stab of
a running
crew to the United States for destruction a Frank L. Moore, temporary use of likely to accomplish much for the
ALL BUSINESS STOPPED man who was formerly under the
difficult and long fly from catcherFish's
of the Frye had been es property of others; four months on cause.
sheriff in Dutchess county, who wired
stick that was sensational.In .
tablished. Miss Safford will accompany Dr.
Geneva. The first fired by road.Willis the men, arranged for the automo-
-
guns the first round Carrol was safeon
and Dido Curtis, assault and Anna Shaw to Miami next Monday,
the allied fleet in the Dardanelles biles stationed for them outside of
third lIartle out
went
an error by where they will speak in the Meth- :
London March 11.-According to battery; $7,50 and costs, or thirty
stopped all business in Constantinopleand at first unassisted, Hemenway was out, Matteawan on the morning of Au-
odist church of that Wednesday .
city
a Lloyd's dispatch from Liverpool the days on the roads, each. on -
was the signal for a panic, according short to first, and Sloan doubled, scor- gust 17, 1913.Although l
assault at meeting of state wide im
coasting steamer Helen reports sight- James K. Polk, aggravated ; a
to Swiss travelers who have Carrol. In frame Ellam hit Thaw strove valiantly to
two
ing a German submarine eight milesto ing $1 and costs, or thirty days. portance. According to the Miami pa- A, ,
arrived here from the Turkish cap- safely, Johnson walked, Hardgrovtt shoulder the entire responsibility for
the west and northwest of Mersy W. B. Shirley, white, concealed wea- pers the people are preparing to give
ital by way of Brindisi. They declare followed suit." With the bases intoxicated his escape, the testimony was of sucha
bay. The submarine let go a torpedoat I pons; six months on the county roads. these distinguished ladies a royal re
many wealthy families are leaving for Carrol flied to catcher, Hartle sinister character that the prosecu-
the steamer, but missed by a narrow He was one of the participants in the ception.Dr. .
abroad. fanned but delivered the tion demanded at the close of the day
margin of twenty yards. Hemenway shooting affair which occurred last Shaw speaks in the Orlando
Constantinople is said to be full of that three others, who assisted Thaw '
I parcel with a timely single, scoring summer on the Orlando and Winter opera house on Saturday evening of ,
officers including Germans. Com- be locked in the Tombs
Ellam and Johnson. Sloan fanned.In over night
Periscopes Planted Garden bus line. Judge Fish tried the this week at eight o'clock, and it is up
paratively few troops, mostbf them instead of freedomon
being
the seventh the Barons scored permitted
Rotterdam, March 11.-The trawler I case, and gave Shirley the limit under expected that a great crowd will avail
artillerymen, are going to the front. Carrol doubled I bond.
another Hartle
pair. !
themselves of this of
Ymudien, landing here today, reports the conviction. opportunity

that dummy periscopes have been There are persistent reports in the sacrificed, Hemenway singled, scoring I J. O. Byrd, white, concealed weapons hearing this, the most eloquent and The justice so ordered.

capital that a large army soon will Carrol stole second third and home.In Justice ruled the
Day today question -
planted in the North sea. This actionis I ; $100 and costs, or three months. forceful lady orator on the American..
arrive from Adrianople. this the Barons showed I of Thaw's not to be
inning the sanity was
believed to be of the I.
German
part I Jas. Boyd, concealed weapons; six platform. I .
plan to receive and terrorize British form they are capable of possessing. I months on county roads. Nor will the people of Orlando be injected into the case.
UNIDENTIFIED THREE-MASTED The Phillies scored three in the I I He ruled the question as irrelevant.
outdone in their manifestation of interest
transports and trades. Ervin Sumners and Henry Acker, -
SCHOONER IN DISTRESSOFF sixth. Fletcher received Thus the case will to the jury
a pass, so I go
I t
petit larceny; Sumners, three months, in so great a personage as Dr. ..
COAST did Irelan and "Bud" Weiser on the plain facts about
tripled,
I ,
escape
Heavily Reinforced and Ackers six months, on roads. Shaw, whether they agree with her i
Fletcher and Irelan. Martin I whether it lawful unlawful
scoring was or ,
Petrograd.-A German regroupingin I Ben Kender, making false state- views on the suffrage question or not.
New York, March 11. An .unidenti- sacrificed on a long fly to center, scor- justified or not justified, whether
northern Poland and commence- Fish ,ment on witness stand; $25 and costs, The people of Orlando are as progressive
fied three-masted schooner was reported ing Weiser. In the eighth doubled .Thaw was or is insane will have no
ment of a new German attempt on ashore and in distress todayoff and scored when Seigle did like- I,or thirty days. as any people anywhere and bearing.An .
I
Przasnysz is announced by the Russian I wise. The game was tied up for Joe Kirkland white, drunkenness; are abreast the times, ever ready to
the New Jersey coast opposite Lit- I half of the acquittal means more to the
keeps in the Phillies' ninth I
general staff. 'sentence suspended during good be- give ear to any argument that has for
tle Egg harbor coast guard station, when Weiser doubled and registered ,state than does a conviction.If .
The movement is being made inconsiderably I Chestnutt havior. Should Kirkland be arrested its object the betterment of all man-
about 50 miles south of Sandy Hook. i on Martin's hit. Umpire I found innocent of conspiracy the
greater strength than called the game in the ninth on account again on same charge, will receive
Life savers at the station put out for kind.The state will hustle him back to Mattea6
was the recent unsuccessful operationin I of darkness. road sentence. Sentinel extends a glad wel-
the vessel. W. D. Smith, president of the Birmingham
the direction of Przasnysz.The I club, who succeeded Robt.- John Leaird, white, embezzlement; come to this noted woman and urges I wan.The
will to the tomor-
discontinuance of operations reform school.E. the of this good city to hear case go jury
GERMAN AMBASSADOR IN CON I Baugh, when the latter became head six months at people row after the state has finished
along the Niemen makes it possiblefor of the Southern League, is expected to L. Sweet, cruelty to animals, pleato her for her cause, knowing that all cross-
FERENCE WITII PREMIER examining Thaw.W. .
the Germans to send a large force I arrive in a short time. nolo contender; $5 and costs, or who hear will have a clearer vision of
SALANDRA Dougherty,who pitched for three innings -
from that district to reinforce the yesterday for the Barons, is a thirty days. the purposes of life for having heard H. DODGE, JR., NAMED U. S.

L. men advancing: from Korjile, in the I ventriloquist. He performed at the Tom Childers, white, assault and her.
Rome via Paris March 11. Prince
COMMISSIONER
AT
general direction of Mlawa and Prsas- I' Empire hotel the other night and the battery; $50 and costs, or thirty days.
Von Buelow, the German ambassador, had fallen KEY WEST
thought
boys some one
.nys%. This transfer, as usual, has Cora Leggett, aggravated assault; ACQUITTED OF OXE CHARGE OF
called at the home office yesterdayand down the elevator shaft or was drunk.

|een effected with lightning-like speed conferred for an hour with Pre I A large crowd saw the game yesterday $250 and costs, or nine months. ARSON Combining the offices of deputy

uy means of the German railroads. No I nearly as many as on the first Dolly Penson, convicted of larceny;
mier Salandra. announcementwas clerk and United States commissioner
The concentrating forces have been day. Many more women were specta- sentence suspended.R. Chicago, March 11.-Joseph Fish, a ,
made regarding the subjects dis tors yesterday. It is encouraging to at Key West, Judge Rhydon M. Call,
further augmented by; 1915 recruits. cussed. the management to see the interest.I N. Seymour, white, doing busi- millionaire retired as public fire insur- of the district court of the United

Only enough men were left in the Au- and co-operation shown by the public. I{ ness without license; costs of court. ance adjuster, was acquitted tonightof 1
States, southern district, yesterday issued -
gustowo district to protect the left Other big games are billed and a rec- Elijah Williams alias Son Shotes, the second of seventeen charges of ,
BIG TIME PROMISED ord attendance is expected next week { an order naming William H.
flank of the German army besieging I grand larceny, verdict guilty petty arson.
"'. W. Yates has made arrange- when the Athletics' regular team Dodge, Jr., Key West's new deputy t
Ossowetz. ap-I larceny; two years in the penitentiary. The accusations against him on
ments to give the Orlando public a pears. clerk, as the commissioner. The order i
Burton Mayes, petty larceny; $75 which the seventeen indictments are
the fair was filed in Clerk E. D. Dodge's of-
treat at grounds Satur-
Bombardment Continues big EXPORTS FROM GOTHAM IN SIN i and costs, or four mopths. based were that he organized and was t
afternoon at horse bill fice.
Paris.-A vigorous bombardment of day a racing GLE DAY BREAK ALL PRE- Dave Martin, receiving stolen goods, at the head of the "arson truts," fI
that will interesting to turf fans
be
the fortifications in the Dardanelles, VIOUS RECORDSNew verdict guilty; sentenced two years in which for many years did a thriving . . . . . . . . . !

principally by French warships, was and sportsmen. A large attendance is the state penitentiary. I business in Chicago. INDEX TODAY'S NEWS '

continued expected by Mr. Yates. Fast racers '. .. The "trust" is to have I
yesterday, according to a York, March 11.-Exports County Solicitor 1. Tflden won supposed -

Tenedos dispatch to the Matin. A have been entered. From this port yesterday exceeded in every case on the docket except one. been made up of public fire insurance s Page 2 Maitland Mention, Theatrical 1

heavy fog prevented aviators from value $10,000,000, the largest amount This plainly indicates his ability as a adjusters and "fire bugs," who took notices.Notes, and legal 1 i
NINTH: NEW ZEPPELIN
learning the results of the fire from ever recorded in a single day in the prosecutor.The into membership from time to time Page 3-Story by O. R. Lando, !

the fleet, but the replies from some Berne, via Paris.-A new Zeppelin, history of the custom house. The best following jurymen are serving business men on the verge of failure. written especially for the i

of the Turkish batteries slackened which is now being given trials over previous record of $9,000,005 was at this term of court: F. X. Schuller, The stock would be depleted to the Sentinel and is first of a 1

perceptibly. Lake Constance, will be the ninth to made one day last week.A C. L. Keene, T. P. Dickson, G. W. lowest ebb, heavy insurance placed Page 4-series.Editorial Other, features.news. i!

leave Friedrichshafen since the war Dease, J. W. Robinson, F. Mueller, on it, and "torch" burn it, is the alle- Page 5-Society News. ;

TilE WEATHER: began. DRAW H. V. Cherry, J. S. Eaton, F. H. Davis gation. Page Classified Ads. 0 .

New York, March 11.-Welsh and M. S. Adams J. H. Mueller, H. H. Then the adjusters would see that Page 7-Taft Items, New Post- :
offices, etc-
Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- Subscriptions taken for the Country Ritchie fought a ten round draw here Childs C.. R. Simpson, and S. Brad- the insurance was paid and the money Page-Local and Personal.

ety. for Gentleman$1.00. Curtis during&March O'Neal., one year tonight. dock. would be divided. . . . . s . . s . . '.


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The held at the library last the news in the Sentinel firsts stationery is of
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I To Plant Vines TIME TABLE .
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND One of the most attractive noveltiesin

musical comedy will be seen in Le- Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front! 01! Evans, Tbe Jeweler.

Comte and Flesher's spectacular mu- Bignonia
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ity has seldom been equalled, is the
and Rubber Roofings college song, "Her Eyes Are Blue for Ocoee 7.30,1, 1.15 400 8.3C 12. 01 $.00

Yale" sung by Mr. Arnold, and the Winter Garden I' 7:45;, :3c: 4 30 8.15 12.154.45\
Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings male chorus. During the s6lo the VIOLET DELLGARDEN Oakland !,8:00'--' 4:3C 8.00--1 4.30\

chorus men dressed in college attire
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Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO form the varsity letter of the several ....
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important colleges mentioned in the

i song, and give the college yells witha J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
I snap and dash that makes them i. ESTATES )
509. 408 South Lake St. REAL
= (7ji world.seem real, instead of in the mimic



ITS COMING! -- .
I The lot advertised for $12T)0) ,

LeComte and Flesher, who are pre- with a reduction of $400.00 if We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

senting several; of Adams, Hough and
ji Howard's successes, among them the I I buyer would build, was boughtby you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

musical fantasy, "The Prince of To- I
Samuel Brice of New
Mr.
and talk your wishes over with us.
"
night, coming to the Lucerne theatre

Saturday, March 13, experience very York. We have decided to of- The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
little of the so-called distressing
fer another one.
\'Ir.\L shortage of chorus people. The reason ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a
undoubtedly is that this firm have
dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in last
million
sometimes as many as three attractions then
I Corner lot, well located. Side-
on the road during the summer :
when most attractions closed and two years.
are walks, water lights gas. North-

when rehearsals begin in the early We are well posted on the values of all classes*and
take
fall for the new shows there are always east. $1000.00. Will $600

more chorus people applying if buyer will build within one kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us' aU
7' F"p than it is possibt eto assign positions,I
I iI i l : for they know if they are engaged by year. bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real

this firm that they have a fair chance
i for working the entire year. As a I ni Estate Bargains.
I
I' 2/I result LeComte and Flesher's attrac- .
? tions start the season with a full
J; J r quota of show girls, "ponies" and aWARING


Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your chorus men. i CARL DANN REAL L ESTATE COMPANY

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and Kodak will finishing be ready left at at 5 o'clock Robinson'sStudio the I

proper strength of the drugs you take. next day. 3-3-tf

r When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and REAL ESTATECOMPANY R. D. WARING, Manager *
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. HIS "GRANDPA" LIVES HERE

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone NoV 63111.15tf
and you will never go anywhere else for them.MERLK'S Mr. and Mrs. Laird W. Hendricks, r

of Youngstown, Ohio, are announcingto
PHARMACY
'" -- their friends here and elsewherehte
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FILLIANDOEsss6. 'him a clear eye, and perfect physique. late. Death had snatched my girl, WOMEN FEEL NEW SENSE OF "that was the crime my father committed !

Nor was he devoid of sympathy. In nd they had laid her away in Wood- FREEDOM IN EGYPT I against me, but which I comnitted -
[ lawn cemetrey. All that was left toe : against no one," because sheis
this little figure before him he felt a I I
I i was a photograph taken a year Cairo.-Egypt's new form of gov- herself a mother. =
growing interest. His soul had been
before she became ill. It is here- ernment is bringing with ti radical a
touched. "Come on in. We'll get you FEW MEN LIKE CZAR NICHOLAS
home just as quick, and you'll still "See close,to it my looks heart.like He drew I was it forth.sure changes. The native no longer feels ..
you.
SOMRYlll[ [ 4 AVENUE"By [ [ have time for a bite to eat." The man you were my Lillian when I saw you that he is a down-trodden serf. Wo- Rome.-Miss Emily Rocchi, an Italian -
swung the door open and the young back there under the lights, and I- men as well as men feel a new sense young woman who resides at Ti-
lady stepped into the bright circle of someway I wanted to talk to you." I of freedom unknown hitherto in the flis, Caucasus, and is now here on a
light. The annals of the Eastern World. So visit to her relatives, told me that
dinner was finished, and with
Miss" much is this the case that a certain after seeing the Czar the
"This
way and Cooper led among peo-
"thank the beamed
0. R. LAN DO many a you, girl I Moslem woman of education has
I and witnessing number of .
the way to a secluded corner of the her sad He ple a episodes a
S "Say little girl,just a minute, won't into the face of Henry Cooper, and'cafe. There was only a small crowdof the upon cashier with companion.some change from paid I opened a series of articles in the Arab of his sojourn at Tiflis, she has

you?" spoke the man in the heavy said: "But I must be going. Whatis men and women there, yet the his pocket, and with the young lady I She Press has on taken the abuses her personal of her country. i come to the conclusion that there are
experi- few who like Nicholas II.
early diners turned their heads and men are t
sable lined overcoat. The little bit of it?" stepped out on the street."I ences as the best sample she can give.
endowed with the gift of endearing
started at the well known clubman
seemed to be by the kind- am sorry Miss Dorset, if I kept She the series with article
a girl dressed in black with a thin She won opens an themselves to of all classes
with his companion, and wondered"Here persons
you too long, but the 'taxi will get "
scarf about her throat stopped, hesi- ly, sympathetic face bending over her. waiter, bring on your table you home in quick time." He helpedher 'I entitled, "Where Is Happiness? and completely winnig the heart of ..
In this article she
opening
tated and started on again. She inquired again: "But I must be d'hote dinner as quick as you can," into the waiting automobile and why she thinks that life is not explains worth tact.hose with whom they come in con-

"Wait a moment my girl, just one going. What is it?" ordered Cooper. wished her success. As she was giv- I ill the troubles it brings to a Moslem
moment. I will do you no harm, may- "If you don't mind," rejoined Cooper The young lady ate greedily. She "njr her orders to the chauffeur he woman. She is of the same opinionS CONTRACTOR 4
be I can do you a service." His voice J with a sort of pre-occupied stare, was hungry. The man drew his chair said: "Oh, Miss Dorset, may I have I the Arab and philosopher
great poet -
R. N. SEYMOUR is the to
was not so gruff after all. There wasa j"111 walk down the avenue with you. close and while the girl relished her your address? I may be able to help Abdul Ala Ali Muarry, that its before letting contract, if you man are goto see
ring of sincerity and culture in it, I Ah, here is a restaurant. Shall we go scup, the entree of scalloped fish, and you sometime." The girl gave him a a crime to bring children into the ing to build and want the best house
and the girl stopped, turned and faced in and have a bite to eat? I haven't the bits of turkey, he talked. card and sped away down the bril- world, and regrets she can not fur- possible for money invested.P.
.
the man under the bright window dined yet, and you may keep me com- "Lillian was"- liantly lighted avenue.A I i l'her endorse the poet's statement O. Box 195. LPhone 478.2-18-1moc ;
lights on one of Chicago's busiest pany." "Why, why, oh, how funny," ex hand slap brought Cooper backo
r .
streets. I "No, it wouldn't be right answered claimed the girl, "that's my name. earth and he turned to see his
"My! Aren't you cold with only that I the girl, but the look in her eyes be- How did you know my name. Isn't 'riend Will Smith: "I say, Cooper,
little scarf about your throat-you trayed the yearning within the body.Of that funny! Those things do happen, what time it is? And who is your LUCERNE E THEM
.
must take care of yourself in this raw ( course she was hungry. Any girl though, and we don't know how theydo "riend?" Mar 13
air-bad for the throat, lungs, and in of twenty-three years at six o'clock in come about .sometimes. Yes, sir, The laughing clubman reached to

.fact not good for much of anything' .the evening with a normal body anda that is my name, Lillian Dorset, 5556 his watch pocket. The watch was Sat t Matinee and Right :
'cept to blow smoke in one's eyes," still more normal appetite gets hun- Somerville avenue, almost thirty gone. He snatched at his tie. The ,,
wheezed the man in a kindly tone. gry!) blocks down and I must be going." diamond pin was gone. He felt of his
He removed the black cigar from his She continued: "IwellIyousee "Wait" gasped the host, "that was inside pocket. His purse was gone. The Gorgeous Musical Comedy
mouth and continued: "Back there mother is sick and the children odd, but wait, I must tell you the He raced to the light and turned the
some hundred yards I saw you pass. haven't had anything to eat yet and story. Long time ago I lived in Cleve- card over. It read, "Miss Emma Parsons -
There was something in your face won't get anything until I am home. land. You know where Cleveland is, Chicago."
that called to mind a girl I knew once, I am late as it is. There were so and I had the prettiest little home The lights on the avenue were The Prince: TonightBY

t just your size, just your age, and many envelopes to be opened today, you ever saw. My wife was the lightof brighter than ever, the buzz of the
maybe-anyway I wanted to talk to and he kept me at that until four and the world and my little girl was assing automobiles was as monot-
you. You stopped at a window to then the wrapping girl got sick and I our shrine where we worshipped. onous as ever, and the weather was

look at the pretty things I should had to take her place until six o'clock. Here we lived for many years. I still cold. ADAMS HOUGH & HOWARD

imagine, and while you watched I I And I am so tired, and I have so far prospered and we moved to better OVERFLOWING WITH SONG HITS AND STUNNING SHOW-GIRLS
passed you. Then you repassed me, to walk." quarters. Here we remained until NEW WESTERN UNION MANAGER -
and here we are." "Come on in, Miss," said the club- Lillian was seven years old, and then "LIVE WIRE"M. METROPOLITAN CAST with TOM\ ARNOLDSupported
The big man laughed and heartywas almost oblivious to her "
so man, conver- -and then-my wife died. G. Empie, new manager of the by-
his laugh that the girl with the sation, "just a few moments and then The man wiped his eyes and contin- Western Union office in"this city, has
wift of Mack hair blowing across her we'll take you home. Distances aren't ued: "In despair I placed my girl in had varied experiences as an opera- MABEL LAFFIN. EVA PHELPS. VERA LaVERE, FRANK HARSH,
face, smiled. It was good to see the I far in Chicago, anyway, when you i home and to kill the sorrow and tor. He has been in the business ten TOM )MCKNIGHT LEW NADEN, CHARLES CORWIN AND THE
smile for it brightened a face that I know how to cross lots," and the man suffering of my soul I travelled. I years. For two years he was a wire- Princess Prize Beauty Chorus- Pony Ballet of Wonderful Dancers

was otherwise serious and sober. One ; smiled that beamy, irresistible smile spent thirteen long years in the leoss operator on the Clyde Line ships. 50 PEOPLE 50
would say it was the face of a student which seemed to draw the girl very Orient, in the wilds and jungles of plying between Jacksonville, Charleston -
one who thought long and deep- close to him, as though by right of Africa, in farthest Siberia, and in and New York. During that time
ly on the consequences of life, and heritage.But the North seas. I sought excitementand I he led a very uneventful life, having FEATURES:
who reckoned with them as well."Don't still she hesitated: "I ain't craved the '
impossible. Only occasionally heard no "S. O. S." calls, though ships
The Blue and Silver Ballet. Delft Forest in the Land of the Moon. Lithe
be alarmed little girl. I am I dressed like those folks in there. I did I hear from my Lillian.In in the near vicinity heard them. He Emerald Gloom. Water-Fete and Banquet. Grand
only a good old clubman and the boys wouldn't feel right. And look 1 Fairies Dancing in an .
at you Copenhagen one day two years agoI says he has never heard the call in Illumination. Scenes laid at "The Breakers," Palm Beach, Fla.
would beat me up if I dared to do a with your white collar and cuffs, and received a cablegram from New his life. I
wrong. Wouldn't they laugh if they fine clothes. Guess I'd better be go York bearing the news that my girl 1 lie learned the telegraph game in WILKINS and BURCHIn
could see me talking to you now." ing. I'm so far from home now andI was to undergo an operation." Orlando, where he was employed in

The girl was cold, that was evident, lost my car book and-" The girl The eyes of Cooper's listener were the Western Union office as messenger WHIRLWIND and SOCIETY DANCES

and she drew the loosely knitted scarf drew forth a handkerchief so small wet with tears and with a decided boy. No radical changes, if any, MATINEE 25c. SOc {sc and i.OO
about her neck and plunged her hands that it might have been taken for a show of emotion, urged him to hasten will be undertaken in the local office PRICES: .
deeper into the muff which she pen wiper, and blew her nose. with the story."I until Mr. Empie has had an opportu- NIGHT 50c.. 7Se., $1.00 and $1.50

pressed closely to her chin. With big, Henry Cooper was a good man to hurried to London and from Liverpool nity to study local needs and condi- Seats selling at Estes Drug Store Phone 61
black, innocent eyes the girl looked look A clean life had Tribune.
up upon. given to caught a five day boat. I was :ions.-Tampa .
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The Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the Following ConditionsWe


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


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

4 for 10 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Florida Real Estate & Investment Co. will reserve
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the right to reject any bid not covering the price given in sealed envelope by the Company to The State


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


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



Proposition No. 2

Proposition No. I
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits, .
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange -

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the
day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money
nue and West Street, overlooking Eola Park 75 feet 126. The
by 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 GrapeFruit
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkare -
decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above .

Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerage the average. A seven-room house in Al c mdi.tion'; and a largeconnections
barn. This Grove is an asset grove, anV will yield not less than
made, and both streets are bricked 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


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

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


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



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THE DAILY SENATOR FLETCHER WRITES.I SMOKE AND ASHESBy NOTICE OF MEETINGA ,. I--

South Florida Sentinel The Sentinel is in receipt of a called meeting of St. Cecelia
1 lengthy letter from Senator DuncanU. ( Jas. Cowan) Guild will be held in the Chapter I
: MORNING AND WEEKLYW. House, Friday, March 12, at 4 o'clock.
M. GLENN ......................E upon All members
W. C. ESS1NCTON ..._..B.sincM Manager are urged to be presentTwo
As the letter is a mimeograph copy, its delightful canoe trip is before us;

;, Entered. a* Second at the Claw poctoffic MaU.Matter.at Orlando. FIorIda. taken for granted that the Senator I twenty-odd lakes are about us, and

has sent a hundred other copies to the thought strikes us that-one canoe -

. DaiJ y. I Tsar SUBSCRIPTION........u.RATES........... SLOG Floridian editors, asking them to I on the lake beats three ducks anda Handsome +
Dally C Month'.... ..._............ *.60Daily. drake.
j S Month. .....u.................. I.U publish same in their journals. ,
:
................... -0-
, Daf,: 1 Month .... W The letter is nothing more or less Lake Front
Wkt,. 1 Tear ...............si.oo i than a defense of his reported bitter I I They say that travel shows us the e
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN and unwarranted speech delivered in :stuff of home that is otherwise o'er- I i
t ADVANCETO Washington February 22, when he attacked i'looked. And now the Water and Light Grove and Home OUR SILK DEPARTMENT{ [

ADVERTISERS: the freedom of the press, and company goes to Judge Perkins to see

Copy fer display and. all .tk r- Iaaa..t assailed it from several different ,'their light. I I Properties !
adrertldB B.at be handea in at the badness -0-
office .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. ss. viewpoints. I Some people ride so high on the !!I A highly interesting displayis
the day before publication. This rah applies The Sentinel regrets that it is impossible -, 'I
t* ehaxm f.r rntrmct .*,.rti i..: it U to publish the complete letterin water wagon that they can't see the
invariable and will lie trictly adhered to.
this issue, but beginning tomorrow, road nor any one on it. I now being made of the
Subacribera desiring The Sentinel discontinued -0- One of them is the pret-
should notify the office in writing on several extracts from it will be pub-I i
the date of expiration otherwise it will be lished. "Our acts our angels are, or good or ill, tiest lake front location in
continued at the regular subscription rates Our fatal shadows that walk by
until notice to stop ia ....,..eoJ. However, Mr. Fletcher says that us the State of Florida, with NEW
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 still.
Mr. Ludlow, the Washington corre- - large acreage and a most

FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. spondent, who gave a report of his They say that the last dollar will modern dwelling.The .
speech, is a very conscientious corre- i win the war. Ireland should worry; AMERICAN
spondent for a number of newspapers, I her capital is always Dublin. other has a fine t
Boost the Barons.
and, "like all correspondents, he is -o- grove, with modern improvements -
o often hurried with his material, and,I If submarines can't starve them out and worthy of COLORSFor
Swat the knocker! as I presume in this case, he wrote :why not blockade the Gulf stream and
any further improvementsdesired.
o without taking time to weigh his : freeze them out? Both look good-

Mexico is doomed. words, or attempting to quote me i on paper. [ Spring 1915]
-- with accuracy, not supposing, probably -o- These are high priced
Wilson is a MAN. that it was a matter of much im I A desperate negro stole a wheel
properties, but they are
-o portance." + and fled to Daytona! Well, what's Represented in Dainty Silk
It's a funny world. The Sentinel has it, however, froma !! wrong with that? We know others both big bargains.

o good source, and from a man who : who are desperately in need of wheels. Fabrics of choice qualities--

,Let us have peace. has just returned from Washington, I I

o and who knows what he is talking I The ground hog adage has been all Manufactured. Dyed and

Where's Roosevelt? about, that Senator Fletcher had been carried out almost to the letter, so S.G.DolivefiSon

o criticised severely by the press beforehe far this year, and from the present indications Finished in the United States
Time to plant seeds. made his denunciatory speech. !j the remaining two weeks
o Our informant tells us that the Sen- i,will fall in line with the first four. REAL ESTATENo.
Why is a Legislature? ator was simply smarting under the :i But there comes the lion and the lamb Included in the Display are:

o attack of the press at the time he delivered -I story again, which if it holds good, as 3 WEST PINE STREET
Easter comes April 4. his address, and that he said :the G. H. prediction has, we will see CORDED SILKS
things at that time that he would not i Second Floor
-- some real winter before the end of
Are you keeping Lent? have said, had he been given an op- I the month of March. I PLAIN and CHIFFON
portunity to calm down.In .

Airship's a good scout! his letter Fletcher says Ludlowwas TAFFETAS
o not at the meeting, that he spoke
Greece is flabbergasted! without notes, that a great many peo- ., SATIN RADIUM!
o ple have verbally and in writing com-

Feed the dove of peace. mended the ideas expressed, and con- CASCADEUX CREPE
o cludes his letter with: "I have never,

The harem must go, too! on any occasion, condemned, but have CREPE DE CHINES
always praised, the splendid work in '
u
The war has just started. the nature of publicity and enlightenment | Do You RealizeYour PEAU DE CYGNECASHEMIRE
o which is being done by the re- '
Orlando spells perpetuity.Who sponsible press of the country." I I DESOILE

o The communication from the Senator ,

has all the money? is highly acceptable to the Sen- Insurance Contract Sometimes Introducing the New Amer-
tinel in almost instance. A
o every I
Saves You From ? .
Bankruptcy
portion of his lecture is anti
Same old price is gasoline. great so I I ican Colors
0 quated that it has absolutely no con- ,

Constantinople is quaking.For cern with the present day problems, THEREFORE ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUE
o questions and live issues, and is virtually ARIZONA SILVER

Sale Some worthless. I PALM BEACH
: crowns
o Senator Fletcher slipped a cog in It stands to reason that it should be correctly OREGON GREEN

Spring fever's in the air! his otherwise smooth and diplomatic drawn so that you can realize on DELAWARE PEACH
o public life. This one little blunder NEWPORT TANGETI'YSBURG
Long live King Optimist! has already cost the Senator a great it when you have a fire. It is as necessary GRAY

o deal of embarrassment and it will as the examination of the title to your TUXEDO BROWN
Nothing is free these days. take him some time and a great deal PIPING ROCK
-0- of skillful personal work to fully sat- property. NORTH CAROLINA VIOLETAn
isfy the Florida and make his
. press
Florida needs
more farmers. inspection cordially invited. Samples
o constituents feel that he is impartialand For Rates and other Information Call cheerfully sent to out-of-town customers.

Help k'ep'the streets clean. fair. I I Phone
o on or i
0
NEW FEATURE.An I
"Help Wanted"-the o Sultan. author in the city has preparedsome i I Ii OUR MILLINERY ANDREADYTOWEAR

special short stories and is writing i
Mexico needs soothing syrup.
; i iI ii
under the pen name of 0. R.
o Lando." One of the stories is pub- I
The war on flies has started! '
lished on page three, today's Senti- i The highest of euconiums seem inade-
0
nl, entitled, "Lillian Dorset, 5556 S.Y.WAYInsurance quate to express the praises bestowed by
Exit Thaw! Spring's coming
Somerville Avenue." It teems with our customers upon some of our Creations.Not .
o city life and smacks of the real. Readit only are the styles we show so distinctly -
More conventions for Orlando.
o and if you like it drop a line to and Real Estate Agent original, without being in the least

Who put darn in Dardanelles? the Sentinel and the others will fol extreme, but they are priced so remark-
low. I ably reasonable that our new standard of
-o
I values have been a revelation to
Paving is index of prosperity.Cheer PHONE 172IMMtlMMUMMMIIMIMinMliiMtliiMIIIQIMIIillillBUMMHIHIMMfc many.

o DoctorsBhekiuastcr
up-the worst can't come. s

o & BrundageOSTEOPATHS I SANDNot
Senator Fletcher now explains!
for a decade has there been sucha
o
Drunks in Orlando are scarcer! Personal instruction under Dr. Still demand for one particular color as thereis
o at Kirksville, Mo. at the present time for SAND and f

Improve your time-talk peace. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples shades that graduate from almost an
o National Bank. Phone 578. Oyster tone, to a deep Bisque or Putty.
the demand several monthsago
-- - - Anticipating
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Clearwater has motor fire truck.
o I" +r we made our purchases accordingly,

The Sick Man of Europe is sicker. : so that at the present time we are in the
o unique position of being able to demon-

Connie Mack and St. Patrick's Day strate this extremely fashionable color in

both come on the same day. : THORNTON PARKis DRESS GOODS I

o .. PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS
i
Making a success of the right sort
of a thing is a lifetime job for any HOSIERY
man. but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play % MILLINERY 'j,

o READY-TO.WEAR

If they build a few more subma- ground of the city. M SHOES, GLOVES, TIES \
rines the ocean will be no place for

whales. Men's Suits, Men's Shirts, Men's Ties, iMen's
Water
lights sidewalks fine shade trees. Choice 'i
o Hats, Men's Sox, Men's Gloves

might Janitors apply who for a job crave sweeping excitement mines lots now selling at low prices and special inducements 5 I" ,

from the Dardanelles.o offered to those who build this season. f \

Flatter a man and he will forget it

remember the next day it for; abuse years.him and he will Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or ] DICKSON YES CO. i

o : ask your dealer.TAYLOR.
An effort is to be made for world

peace after the nations of Europe quit

fighting. We will have peace all right .DEP ARTMENT STORE. :
then as there will be no one left to
fight. .. ..

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& THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe
It's just as funny to listen to the
Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
fellows who blow about
having fifty 6
tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
chickens and not getting an egg from
chandise, at right prices
them for six months as it is to listento Proprietors

the people who get seventeen eggs ORLANDO FLORIDA

from nine chickens twice a day. '4IIIIMIIIMIiilimiliiSMMMMIMIMTlllllliMHHMItii................ ... I
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present. Several gave delightful mu-
March 12th13th. sical numbers for the entertainmentof PROGRAM
the guests. Sandwiches, coffee,and 3Reels3Gold
S Friday mints were served. Mrs. W. E. Gore SeaL Fifteenth episode"of
"Lucile Love the Girl of
Dr. and Mrs. \V. F. Blackman, musicale will be hostess next Thursday. DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTSThe Mystery. '
This is the last episode of "Lucile
and reception, Rollins College. -- _
Love. Don't miss it.
Dance, Rossmore Inn, Windermere. RETURN TO -
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; GEORGIA.Mr. Celebrated International Star Five cents to all.
Mrs. Chalfant, hostess. J. A. Fouchi and daughter,
Afternoonparty; Mrs. Geo. Shinn Miss Nettie Bass Fouchi after a WANTED One ortwo unfurnishedrooms .
hostess. month's visit to their cousins, Mr. and GARY -
Saturday Mrs. Frank L. Helms, leave today for DE'LYS sonable.; Address must be R.close Acare in and of Sen-rea- o ALWAYS APPROPRIATE-ALWAYS WELCOMEis n

Entre Nous Card Club; Miss their home at McDonough, Ga. Afteran tineL 3-12-U*
Branch, hostess.Pennsylvania. enjoyable fishing trip to Lake Gat- (Supported by Harry Pilcer) a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have many .
picnic. lin, yesterday, Mr. Fouchi and daughter beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs, such as water sets,

Shaw 8 p. m.-Suffrage house.address; Dr.Anna Orlando express and a its great surroundings admiration and for Agam we call your attention to the ll fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern

; opera hope to return soon for another visit. classified ads. dishes, cologne bottles, powder and puff jars, etc., all specially .

WINTER PARK COUNTRY I -0- Priced. ,f 'ir%? TdIn
CLUB MUSICALE. DR. ANNA SHAWTO

. The Country Club at Winter Park LECTURE.The An Original Story of the Theatre ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
was the scene of a delightful enter- attention of the members of LucerneTODAY ,
. tainment Monday afternoon when the Equal Suffrage League and the j
about a hundred people gathered to Men's Suffrage League is called to "HER TRIUMPH"A 1:1= k O .cDI
hear musical selections from Mrs. the hour of the lecture by Dr. Anna ITt
Mather Smith of Oakland, and herguests Shaw at the opera house on Saturday
Messrs. Worthe Faulkner and evening, 8 o'clock. All members are
Sidney Arno Dietch, of Chicago.The asked to meet back of the stage at
club house, which has becomea 7:45, so as to march on together at ==- FOR FINISHING DOORS
very popular rendezvous for the the appointed time. Every one should "THE STILL ON SUNSET : AND WAINSCOTING
members and their friends to have afternoon hear this address. Dr. Shaw is a Paramount Picture in !
tea, was attractively decora- forceful and magnetic speaker, and it MOUNTAIN"A u We have the best stains and varnishes
ted with nasturtiums, ferns and bam- is seldom that the Orlando public is manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
boo.After privileged in hearing such a strong j FOUR SPLENDID REELS Special Feature, Com- I Well, seeing is believing. And the .
and address the suffrage -
tea was served, Mrs. Mather- common sense on j
way to see it is to it
Smith, whose beautiful soprano voiceis question. Admission free. I plete in Two Parts put on your .
so well and favorably known, gaveas SOCIETY" I doors. If you don't say it's the best
her first number ")Iy Task," by I OTHER II] j material you ever used for the money,
Ashford, the plaintive cadences of NEWS. I T well stand the That's fair
expense. ,
I which she interpreted in a most appealing -i Mrs. S. V. Straley will entertain at "PEANUTS AND BULLETS ,,
isn't
( it tOrlando
manner. She responded to bridge on Wednesday, March 17th, in lOc. 20c.
the applause of her audience with I compliment to Mrs. Sinclair and Miss .
A "Nuff Sed"
"Awakening';," by Mrs. Mason, of I j I Peck, at her attractive home on North Keystone Comedy. Paint & Wall Paper Co *

Highland Park, 111. Mrs. Mather- I j l Orange avenue. aA
Smith's home town. This spirited - ar ;1 205 S. Orange Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunkin enter- '
composition was sung with sympa- THE REDUCTION OF THE PRICE "HRS. TRENWITH COMESHOME" ::
COLEMAN & KHAN
Phone 261
thetic understanding, very pleasing to tained with a novel dinner party yes-
her hearers. terday, at their winter home two miles OF GRAPEFRUIT ON I'
Mr. Sidney Arno Dietch chose for a southeast of the city. The bountifully DINING CARS -

piano selection "The Wedding Day," spread table was set in the grove, the The movement to reduce the priceof An Essanay Drama
bril- fragrant blossoms being usedin
by Grieg, playing with great orange
grapefruit to ten cents half
liancy and a fine display of technique.It decorating. The guests were Mrs. per
was a disappointment not to hear Elnora Holbert, Pennsylvania; Mrs. portion, and fifteen cents a whole WHAT WILL WE HAVE'FOR SUPPER
another nuVnber from this accom- Chas. Winegard Hudson Falls, N. Y.; fruit, on dining cars of the principal
plished artist, who has but lately returned Mrs. P. P. McGraw, Mrs. P. Felter, railroads in the state, has met with FOUR GOOD REELS Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. '
from a tour of the Continent, Mrs. Agnes Winston, Dr. Henry Something new Something New I
# where he played professionally in Fischer, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fell I considerable success. Announcementis Try it. Ask Abou it.

London, Paris, Berlin, Munich and I l ter. made by the Florida Growers' andShippers' "SAME LITTLE PRICES"OSTEOPATHY Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
other cities.In .
FROOI League, which organization three or more
introducing Mr. Worthe Faulkner ]i:1 I TAMPA MOTORED TOWN. I has been handling this matter for the Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand .
Mr. C. II. Morse said that he felt COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Mrs. marketing agencies in the state that
sure the audience would enjoy hearing Gray POTATO SALAD
a member of the Chicago Century I Rush, Mrs. W .M. Glenn, and Miss the following roads are cooperatingin
Opera recently playing in Marguerite Drennen, who went to .
company
making this fruit -
E. NICHOLSON'S
more popular J. R. TRESHER J.
New York. Tampa Wednesday to witness the
I of Anna Pavlowa, with the traveling public. DR. J. C. HOWELL I
Mr. Faulkner won his audience at performance returned Phone 26 Bakery
once with his rendition of "Dearest last evening in a new Oaklandcar Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic Coast Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

one of Sidney Homer's charming driven by Mr. Chess Magruder.The Line, N. C. & St. L., Mobile & Ohio, Kirksville Graduate
songs. This was followed by "WhenI distance of 110 miles was made Consultation Free
Am Laid in Earth," from "Dido and without accident and the distance was and the L. & N. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
Aeneas," a seventeenth century opera covered in a little more than five In addition to reducing the price, HoteL
by Purcell, the solemn dirge-like hours. The performance of Mlle.Pav II some of the roads have added attractive Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
passages of which were sung with Iowa did not begin Wednesday until announcement cards Orlando Fla.
,
calling
great depth of feeling. This opera so 11 o'clock and terminated at 1 o'clock. I
immensely in advance of its age formsa This was due to delav of a ship bear-I I attention to the fruit, and the low
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landmark in the history of English ing the Paviowa company prices charged for it. Mr. Tenny, of
dramatic music, and this was, per- Petersburg to Tampa. the League, has received the follow-
Mr. Faulkner's most interestingand I
haps impressive number, bringing out MAY BUY HOME ing interesting letter from Mr. C. R. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

all the power and beauty of his well Capps, of the Seaboard:
Mr. E. B. Rogers, of Ashtabula,
controlled tenor voice. His last selection I Seaboard Air Line Railway A
"Possession," by Leighter,was Ohio, is in the city foe a few days Traffic Department Established 1886

sung with abandon, and yet the restraint looking around, and no doubt will buya Norfolk, Van Feb. 21, 1915.
necessary for an artistic inter- winter home before leaving. Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, SecretaryManager -
pretation.The The Florida Growers' and A
two closing songs by Mrs. - Shippers' League, Orlando, Fla.
Mather-Smith, "If I Knew You," by FROM GEORGIAMr. Dear Sir:-It may be interesting to CURTIS O'NEAL
MacDermid, and "A Bowl of Roses," and Mrs. Samuel Homer, of you to knbw that, since we reducedthe
by Clark, were rendered with distinc- charge for grapefruit and instituted -
tion and charm, and she was warmly Waycross, Ga., came into Orlando by the card, a copy of which I sent
applauded as she left the stage. auto yesterday and will spend several f you, our dining car sales of grape-
The hostesses of the occasion were weeks here looking over Orlando real fruit have increased nearly 100 per INSURANCE LOANS
A
Mrs. C. II. Morse and Mrs.V.. W. cent. Yours truly,
estate. Mr. and Mrs. Homer have
Farnam. Among out of town guests a (Signed) CHAS. R. CAPPS, 1
noticed at the tea tables were: Col. desire to try Orange growing.0 VicePresident.Some .

and Mrs. Worthington, Washington, - few roads have refused out- ___ REAL ESTATE RENTALS
. D. C.; Messrs. Faulkner, Dietch, Todd,
and Miller of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. WAS WITH MOSBYMr. right to co-operate with the growersin a

F. Ward Wood, London, England; Mr. C. T. Bawling, of Leesburg, this matter, and others still haveit
and Mrs. Mather-Smith, and Mr. and Virginia, is visiting Orlando. lie is under consideration. po
Mrs. B. C. Buxton, Oakland.0 .
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CLUB. daring adventures of this great or-
The "Here and There" Club spent a WOOD .
ganization which fought so valiantlyfor
very pleasant afternoon with Miss For Sale' :
the Confederate side.
McMullen on Thursday. Beside the ,
clnb members, :?'(|iss Peck was a guest. - $2.00 Per Strand 1
All brought their sewing and the time

sewed.went merrily Bright-hued by, chatting nasturtiums as filled they W. GET Estes,A newly BOOKLETV. elected secretary Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price .

many bowls about the room. Cream of the Board of Trade, has a large ALL TIMES

and cake were served by the hostess. supply of the beautiful new Board of $4500.00. A bargain.IIIIIIIIMIilllllll
Mrs. Harry Lake will entertain the ,
club next week. Trade booklets recently issued, show- Orlando Wood Yard
ing the beauties of t
Orlando.
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B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor 1
KIL KARE CLUBENTERTAINED. booklets are free for the asking and I PINE STREET AND R. R. 1
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are exceptionally fine to send to your Telephone 34-1 -
Mrs. J. L. Feinberg hostess to
was 9-30 1

noon the Kil at Kare her home Klub on yesterday Grace street.after- while friends the in supply distant lasts.cities. Get one I . Mil . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1


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7,500.IILES ON 3 AND 32 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS
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5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH:: CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

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

36 x 4V& ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

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CUT PRICESTO FOR' SALE-Best Colony for sale truck at farm a bargain in Prosper if J. umber, L tth& and Shingle'i +

SENTINEL sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
acres of as good land as there is in
GETREADY Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation;
all under fence; 6 room house, auto
WANTS and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables,
CASH corn crib and poultry house; crop and
some farming tools go with place.S. .
S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. 1 a
2-19-d&wk-lmo
The Morning Sentinel Want

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want LOOK!-18 fine city lots for sale. ORLANDO:
Ad Medium in Orlando. Also furnished or unfurnished
Brick Road.
houses for summer rental. Price and
Terms Cash in Advance. terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton owner ,
5 Room House, close in. Easy ; 215 South Main street, opposite e
RATES Methodist church. Phone 99. .
Terms.
For One Day ____________25t. -27-lmo: Cement Plaster and
Lot Grove. For Three Day ___________50e Royal Agatite Perfection Lime ,
1 in Highland For Six Days ___________75e I. SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY
For One Month -________$&50 i LANDSOn
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of I the Gulf highlands of the famous -
25< words less. If the ad Sarasota
Park Lots or contains > Bay district South Flor- -
Seminole more than 25 words the rate dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late shippers t
will be one cent per word for of grapefruit and oranges;heavy a
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- and early shippers of winter vegeta-
terms. sertion.If bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
you can't bring your ad to mate; invigorating salt air from thegulf .1f"Hr'
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- ; pure water from flowing artesian -
the above. counts opened by telephone will be wells; this proved and tested /ff'f
payable the following day. land, close to transportation, sur-
rounded by prosperous groves and
Every Home-Every Business- farms, we offer at a low price on
Every Man has use for a small payment down, balance ten
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Sentinel Want Ad. years at 6 per cent. Large acreage :
now to pick from. Immense leap in
values will fellow. This special offeris KINCAID fluff SNOWDEN\ a
PHONE 504
W tkln* Block not
FOR SALE to speculators, but ot those
p.
who will actually develop the land.
Exceptionally fine class of residents
FOR RENT-Second flat to
story
-For FincWATCH coming: in.
the with bath and
rent, by year
Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
CLOCK and lights. Apply to 210 Palmetto street.
-il-6t; CO., Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.
JEWELRY REPAIRING I 2-21-1moc 1
FOR RENT-House, opposite lake; I
call on C. VATER who six rooms with bath; range; hot FOR SALE FURNITURE HOUSE
and cold water; garage; reasonable Terms
to Suit Purchaser ,
is this trade rent within 15 minutes walk of business
an expert at ; -
Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
section. Address M Sen-
with experience care in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
tine! 3-11-St
many years ;
brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. 'Phone 1024, 4 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando t
at Youngs Repair Shop : FOR SALE-New modern house; six .
rings, or white H. G. Jackson, R. F.D.No. t
and bath
rooms ; a bargain at $2,000if
2, Orlando, for appointment. l
Opp. Post Office; Pine StrutQSTEOPATH sold by April 1. R. J. Waldron, 2-14-lmo
contractor and builder, 4 West South t tr
street. 3-ll-3t*
FOR RENT
FOR SALE-Several young cows,
fresh and fine. Wm. H. Behrens, FOR RENT-Three large rooms, with A
Clarcona, Fla. 3-7-6t-ltw all modern improvements; 9 per
month. Also one detached room, 18
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE-Automobile, in first by 20, 5 per month. Inquire C. Joyce, '
Office corner Orange Avenue and class condition; fully equipped; a 703 South Division street, 6 to 8 p. m. :
Sale
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., bargain. Inquire at the Florida Real 3-7-6t Clearance
Estate and Investment Co., above Peoples -
Phone 419.Pure. .
National Bank. 376t'FOR FOR RENT-Small flat, modern, conveniences .
i' unfurnished. Jas. A.
SALE-A good comfortable Knox. 11-3-tf
home for small family; garden <>F A '
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
: I
.. ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion :, to adults only. 409 Delaney street. .
Florida avenue. 3-7-lmo 10-25-tf

FOR SALE-Income producing straw-
berry farm; crop goes with place; WANTEDrVANTED GasHeaters

Honey bring returns on your investment at -To exchange good citrus
once and will continue for four
land for an automobile in
good condition -
months. Will sell
or exchange for 4H
; no junk considered. Address
city property. G. F. Foster, Star
Box 717, Orlando. 3.l1-:1t.
I r--! Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-12-Ct

FOR SALE-In Concord Park bar- WANTED return ticket to Chicago Having a few heaters left which we dofnot wish to car-,
; a
Ill. Address A. T. B., Box
Calumet 50x150 gain;, improved two-story; some house;fruit two trees.lots, 171. 3103t'WANTEDto ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

411 W. Amelia avenue. 3-10-6t- exchange good citrus out during the month of March at the following prices:
land for automobile; must be in
FOR SALE-A good work horse;
condition .
good no junkconsidered.
Baking ;
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- '
Box 717
Orlando.
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. 3-10-3t
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo WANTED-Office girl. Apply to $8.50 Heaters for $6.80

Powderr FOR SALE OR RENT-Two Florida Real Estate and Investment
cottage, seven rooms and story bath, 3.103t'WANTEDWant Co., above Peoples National Bank. 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
ta- MCARUTHERS 2-23-tf to buy small home, 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
not far out, with trees and shrub-
& GORE FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully bery; must be neat and attractive and
equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, cheap. Describe fully with price and 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 I
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at number. Address Northerner, cart
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf Sentinel. 3-7-Ct

New Modem Grocery FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright ing For go cleanest.to Robinson's.clearest Kodak finish-3-3-tf BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle ,.
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Weeks in the recent contest will be
Phone 200 sold for benefit of Baptist church PALMS
building fund. Piano may be seen Now is the time to plant palms.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. We have the best assortment of palms
Weeks, 10 Washington street. to be had. Also Griffing's Roses give .
6 and 8 East Pine St. 1-13-tfc results. W. H. Brokaw. salesman,
116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
FOR SALE-Five 2-27-12tC
touringcar
passenger
in A-l condition; chei;> for ORLANDO WATER & .LIGHT CO
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, LOST-A, number plate, 2 casings,
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. with covers, on road between Geneva
: 5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO 1-4-tf and Orlando, Tuesday afternoon. Re-
ward if left at the Sentinel office. GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Address A. B. Johnson, P. O. Box 454.
No. of Plate .
5478.
and tools, best farm in county; va- 3-11-3tc
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock Take your Kodak 'films to Robin-

North and West' er.Bldg, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- son. 3-3-tf I

TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS
1870 ..
JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of -House repairs of all kinds done
"DIXIE FLYER" the most important items in success- promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
ful growing of fruits and vegetables. screen doors and windows a specialty; Pioneer Paint & Wall Paper Store
"DIXIE LIMITED""SEMINOLE Talk with H. C. McDaniel. He has sleeping porches, counters, shelling, 132 Park Place, New York Finley's :
LIMITED" made a success of growing both. He garages, office fixtures; window and Wholesale Dealers and Commission
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" door frames made to order. Get our
"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" brand. His experience is worth some prices. 18 East Church street. A Merchants in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected.

"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" 2-26-lm thing to you. Phone 708. postal will bring us. 1.11-lmo' Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies. ..

Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis, FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden sleeping car from Orlando to Washy Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati,, seed, see J. L. Dean, Prop. Cit ington, commencing March 17. Leave CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Drug Store. 3-4-2wks Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat- Liberal advances made on con-
Louisville and intermediate points. urday nights, on train No. 82. This signments.R. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S "
FOR SALE car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m. ,
E. Cocnran President.
,
3-6-tf
Dining Cars via 75 acres suitable for citrus culture
and truck farming, bordering on a T. L. Turney, Treasurer. PIONEER
pretty lake and has one-half mile BUYERS AND SELLERS l-22-2m -1
Atlantic Coast Line frontage on the Orlando to Sanford I buy, sell rent, and excliange real HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
646
PHONE
brick road, this frontage being adapted estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. for nice home sites; could be sub over 30 years. Have handled over
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 20000000. Call and see me.
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
HIRE
W. Fritot, D. P. A, citrus fruits and truck farming; five AUTO FOR
Jacksonville, Fla. minutes walk to railroad station,, FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and FIRST CLASS REPAIRING A
stores, hotel, school and churches. strawberries, phone II. C. McDaniel,
J. G. Kirkland D. P. A, When you consider location and good 708. Parties coming to the garden BARNARD & SON
transportation facilities with other for vegetables will be given low The 1ar3et
Tampa, Fla. advantages the property's real value prices. 2-20-lmo 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
is $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi 12-10-i.m OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
dent who needs money. He author An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI
ever buys this property gets a bar .
AND SALT
FRESH HEATS
gain. For further I
E.Davis C. Young, room particulars 10, McNeill, call on& "while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair| Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions.b .

building, corner Church stree Shop, 21 E. Pine St. the liter, and kept
and Orange avenue. Orlando. I I 24lyrcD. =;>crvlhing screened away from fresh
1-31-tfc CHIROPRACTOR and pure.

graduate Davenport College, 17 and'' We invite inspection and guarantee aat1 faetJon. We have

DR. L H. RAMSDELiI I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc K. Davidson 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone everything in the Heat Use.
tion "
nor any city lots outside o* 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
OPTOMETRIST the corporation, though I have some being restored to health by chiropractic -
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE splendid building lots near Lake Eola, GOLF INSTRUCTOR adjustments, the new scienceof H. M. Selfi A CO.
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES and they will be priced on their mer Orlando removing the cause of disease. Examination -I'

AND DO ALL KINDS OF its...1""..See I'the C. owner McDaniel.and save Phone commis 7f5 Country Club free. 12-24-1mo I PHONE NO. 80 PINE-STKEEf

OPTICAL REPAIRING 2.26-lmo' _ yr t'--. Telephone No. 249. Don't overlook the want ads. j



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for him. to express regrets at our
Paul Dennison and his grandfather, friends leaving us, and wishing thema
From Taft, Fla.Taft Levi Free started for Pleasant Lake safe journey home. A social even-

I Ind., Monday to remain for the sum- ing was enjoyed: with music singing $ RewardTo
Fla., March 10.-:\ rs. John and a good visiting time generally, 50.00
Hill was taken ill last Wednesday and mer.W.. G. Sphaler is sporting a fine new and they were assured that when
was removed to the hospital Thurs carriage horse. Automobiles are good they came back next winter we would
day. We all hope for her speedy re enough for ordinary plugging around, meet them at the depot with the Taft
ride behinda brass band and escort them to their
covery.C. but for real enjoyment a
II. Nelson transacted business in nice horse is unalloyed happiness. cottage. After a dainty lunch with one who can make it laugh !
any
coffee the audience passed them all
Orlando Thursday.Geo. He informs us that the horse is not
K. Thomas is reported on the for sale. extending a hearty handshake and

sick list. His'sister, Mrs. Warner is Our Binghamton, N. Y., ladies, Mesdames singing" "God be with you till we meet
again.
caring for him. Bristol Reynolds Johnson Di- .
in Or.lando
Among our representatives
Al Ellison has moved back to his mon, and Miss Reynolds who have
A. M.
Tuesday were Mayor
farm "Fineview," on Tanner lake. been spending part of the winter withus
Bristol W. A. Levis J. S. Barklow,
The owner of the bakery building had left for Daytona Beach Tuesdayfor :
We R. .K. Harriman :Mr. and Mrs. Amos Don't fail to see
too strenuous an idea on rent. two weeks stay before going onto
a
Cramer C. Avery, G. II. Brickley Mr.
would consider a reasonable rent bet- I their northern home. We all regret -
and Mrs. C. L. Miss
Hayes Lydia
ter than none at all, but minds differ. i their leaving us, but as they are
Ryall, and Mrs. Minnie Riley.
Rain rain, rain. We thought Or- very enthusiastic about Taft and the
Mrs. J. Mockett is on the sick
ange county was voted "dry." If so, I eople here, we look for them back list.
why do not our officials enforce the next winter. They left as a token of Richard LeslieKnown
Surveyors are at work on our drain-
law! Orange county is decidedly I remembrance for the chapel a nice age canals and ten car loads of brick
"wet." fund to be used for insurance, twentyfive -
I have arrived for the brick roads. It
Mr. E. A. Wells, of Keene Valley singing books for the Sunday looks as though something would be
N. Y., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I school fifty singing books for the "doin'" the coming summer.
last week. and two nice collection
H. Estes on Palm avenue I congregation
Our M. E. church has received new
Mr. Wells is enthusiastic over Florida i baskets for which they received a as
encouragement lately. Last Sunday
and inteds to return North to closeout I!I hearty vote of thanks. On Monday
they had an addition of seven new
his business and come back to j evening they were given a "good-bye"I
i members. The outlook is bright for
Florida to establish a home. lie says 'reception at the chapel when a large
i them to have a new church in the
near future. Rev. Dr. Carmine district -
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I Leslie"The
superintendent is to be here 'LaugfeSsss
l March 20 to give a lecture on "The
Old and the New Woman" at which
The Orlando Meat MarketT. time a silver offering will be taken
for the church It is hoped that every-

YANCY, Manager 'body will attend and boost. Mechanical Wonder in

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice "PRINCE OF TONIGHT"

the Large Window at
Florida and Western Meats There are more than a score of reasons -
why the chorus in "The Princeof
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Tonight," in which Tom Arnold

will appear at the Lucerne :March 13,
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
is the superior of similar groups in
most musical comedies, said reasons
Business I35 P. O. BOX 226
PHONES {Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SU being embodied in an equal numberof
vivacious girls selected for their THE BIG STORE
ability to sing and dance as well as
\to appear attractive. There are near-
ly twenty numbers in the musical fan-
-I-I ._. tasy, "The Prince of Tonight," and
there is plenty of.strenuous work for
the chorus and thy are said to do it .

Hammond &Gore well enough to be a big feature _
throughout the three acts.


FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL NEW POSTOFFICE ESTABLISHEDAT .
GLADE CREST FLA.

VALUES LOW PRICES Washington March 10.-The post- I
Thursday 10 to 11.30 3 ;
office department announces the establishment a.m., to4.30p.m. ;
COMPARE I of a new postoffice at I
Glade Crest, Palm Beach county Fla. '

I U OUR FURNITUREWe I I office The at order Sunbeam discontinuing Duval county the post-has I Friday, 10 to 11.30 a. m., 3 to:4.30 p. m. ; 1

been modified so that mail will be sent
provide the quality of furniture that has long I j
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I hereafter to Greenland instead of to I ;
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It I JaC'ksom-ilIe. ''
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca .'1 make j The following Florida postmasters Saturday, 9.30 to 10.30 a. m., 3 to 4 p.
a .
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof have been appointed:
this business, and that means much to my buyer.McNHLL Arran Wakulla county Jesse E. t j
I ---- I Vauss. m., 7.30 to 8 p. m. ;
Belle Haven, Santa Rosa county,
& DAVIS BLOCK, Elmer Jacobs.

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. Dudley River II.Iorgan.Junction,. Gadsden county Mr. Wehle, its manager will expose it on ;

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the Roof Garden Saturday night.

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Mr. R. D. McNair spent yesterday
in Leesburg on business.Mr. .
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\C W. L. Story, of Winter Garden,
.; Statement of the condition of the State metropolis represented yesterday.his section in the county

i Bank of Orlando, Orlando, Florida, at the
close of business March 8th, 1915, as con- Arriving at the San Juan hotel yesterday -
. densed from the Bank Examiner's report. to spend several days are Mr.
and Mrs. R. N. L. Broadwell, of At-
RESOURCES lanta.

t Loans and Discounts _______$ 535515.11 :Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Austin of
Overdrafts ________________ 346.75 :Meriden, Conn., are at home at the
Stocks and Bonds ___________ 128,023.39 Is an Juan hotel, where they are located -
Furniture and Fixtures _____ 12,889.30 to spend some time. F11'1

. Real Estate ________________ 9,547.32 Transients
registering at the San
Cash and due from Banks ___ 324,651.33 Juan hotel yesterday include Tracy L. STATEMENT _
i Smith, Philadelphia; Tom Dekie,
. Tampa, and Isaac S. Levy New York. rendered the
1010973.20 Condensed statement as to Comp-

LIABILITIES Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Richards arrived troller of the Currency :March 4th, 1915

' Capital Stock ______________$ 50,000.00 in Orlando yesterday afternoon
Surplus and Profits _________ 42,481.17 from Kansas City, and are the guestsof RESOURCES -
Judge and Mrs. T. P. Warlow
Deposits ___________________ 918,492.03 their home on America street. at / LOANS _____________________----------_________$354,214.73
OVERDRAFTS _________________ __________ 60.82
The will leave STOCKS ______________________________________ 1,200.00U.
$1,010,973.20 following to motor party to Miami and Orlando S. BONDS _____________-. __________________ 31,000.00'r
Palm today Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. OTHER BONDS _____________ _____________uu__ 16085.16
Edgerton, Jr., Mrs. Carl Remington, REAL ESTATE, BANK BLDG., VAULT, ETC.____ 36,823.77
The State Bankof 1 Mr. C. II. Bryant.Mr. CASH AND IN BANK _______________________566,801.78 -r-

and Mrs. R. P. Mapson of New 1006186.26
Haven, Conn., arrived from Jacksonville LIABILITIES
Orlando
yesterday over the Atlantic Coast

Line. They will be in Orlando for ', CAPITAL ___uuuu__ uuu_____ 50,000.00SURPLUS
several days.Visitors ___u__ ___uuu_________________ 12,500.00 ;
UNDIVIDED PROFITS u____ ________________u 8,598.58
from Conecticut who are DIVIDENDS UNPAID _______ ___________________ 8.00
now sojourning in Orlando are Mr. RESERVED FOR TAXES ___. ___________________ 293.89:
and :Mrs. G. G. Tibale, of Middleton. CIRCULATION _______________________________ 21,000.00 _
/ They are making the San Juan headquarters DEPOSITS _____________________________________ 913,785.79
[ for the time being. ,iu

"'TOTAL __________________$1,006,186.26
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Mrs. W. C.: Tolbert and daughter,
ilrs. McCullough, arrived in Orlando -. : -- COMPARISONS
yesterday afternoon from Atlanta,
Ga., and will spend some weeks in this DEPOSITS
city. f '
MARCH 4, 1912 _______________$ 81,201.02 ..-
"' MARCH 4, 1913 _____. ___________ 152,947.35
Mr. L. T. Hunt former businessman
of Orlando, but, a now prominently :' MARCH 4, 1914 _____. ___________ 320,747.75
identified with Oviedo, was among the > MARCH 4, 1915_____ ___________ 913,785.79Wi" :- ,
business transactors in the city yes- .aiJ
terday.Mr. .
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Your account solicited and appreciated

: J. F. Burns, wife and daughter, .. ._, ; .

SDeia1 n DeMonstratiollThi n n \ k kOF the arrived noon remainder on in the Orlando Tampa of the yesterday Special season.to after-spend Theyare } ;? 'PEOPLES NATIONAL nA"NKiJi'

from Roanoke, Va., and are hereon _
their first visit. r "It is a pleasure to serve you."
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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harmon, of Ak- .
ron, Ohio, arrived in Orlando yester-
day to spend a couple of weeks. They
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think; this city one of the best in FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY ..
Florida and are coming here next the fol-
FLORENCE WICKLESS Offer for Saturday only
season for an extended visit. lowing:

Orange City Water _________.________________25c. half gallon
Mrs. Sarah E. DeFeerst, who has 1,000 lbs. Armour "Star" hams at
been visiting points of interest in the 18c. per lb. Poland Water ________-_____________________________-________ *
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVESWe southern part of the state, includingSt. Fine breakfast bacon at 22c. per lb. Benscott Lithia Water ____-_40c. half gallon; $1.50 for 5 gallons I
Petersburg, arrived in Orlando
yesterday to remain several weeks be- to Picnic 75c. each.shoulders Armour cured, 50c. Harris Lithia Water __-_____________________________________

have been selling Oil Cook Stoves for many years. We fore continuing her course northward.Mr. Dry salt white bacon, lOc. to 14c. White Rock, pints and splits _________________-__________uu_ |

per Ib. Vichy Celestine from France ---._.____....._________________
Mrs. J. C. J. Kurtz and
have sold all kinds of oil stoves; we have tried out wicks, valves, and Smoked bacon, 15c. to 18c. per lb.
and the automatic lever principles-and now we have found The daughter in Orlando Miss yesterday Lucy W. from Kurtz Read-, arrived Boiled ham 35c. per lb. I Appollinaris in quarts, pints and splits ___________uuu____

Frankfurters, 20c. per lb. _____________________ .. _
Florence Oil Stoves, made without valves or wicks. We honestly ing. Pa., registering at the San Juan Minced ham, 18c. per lb. Openta -------------------------------

hotel where they will make their butter 40c. Janis ........ ........... '
Best full 33c. to Huyyedi i
believe this of oil stove is the best. cream --- -
type That is why we push during the next several := :====
them. headquarters per lb. Red Raven Splits =========------------. -----=-==== =
They combine absolute safety cleanliness, ease of han- days. Oleomargarine butter, 20c. per lb.
Snowdrift lard, large pails, $1.00. Rubinat from Spain ____________________:._______________ _
dling, and the intensest heat applied to cooking that is possible
Grits and meal, 9 Ibs. for 25c.
Mrs. Grace Hinman, of Seymour Water .
with oil fuel. time Conn.,at who New has Smyrna been ,spending on the some East Tomatoes Corn 3 cans, 75c.for per 25c..dozen. Veronica Abilena Water =========================--=============== |

We are sure these distinctive Florence features will appealto Coast, arrived in Orlando last even- 1 doz. taU Pet or Van Camp cream
ing and is the guest of old friend, Mr. for 95c.
you. A PARTIAL LIST OF THE WATERS THAT CAN BE HAD AT
small Pet Van Camp
1 doz. or
and Mrs. E. F. Sperry, at their homeon
East Pine street. cream, 45c.
1. Handsome apearance. Best oats, $2.35 per sack.
2. Highest power burner. Corn, $1.95 per sack.
per Mr. Geo. I. Edgerton, Jr., and Molasses feed, $1.75 to $2.00 per
3. No wicks to bother with. friends left this morning in his car sack. J( P PharMacyPHONE
4. No valves to clog or leak. for Palm Beach and Miami via the Cotton seed meal, $1.45 per sack. : y
5. Once lighted will run at full power without further East Coast. The party is made up of Chicken feed, $2.30 per sack.
attention. Mrs. Carl Remington, of Mt. Vernon, We have over 3.000 pounds of dif-
N. Y.; Mr. C. II. Bryant, of the O. B. ferent varieties of salt and smoked
6. Simplest possible to handle. & L. Co.; and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. meats which will be sold at a very
7. Exceptionally strong and durable. Edgerton, Jr. close price. .
8. Extra large tank (holding full gallon). We also have the Red Bliss and the

9. Unbreakable glass front to tank (showing quantity of C. W. Curtis, of Ticonderoga, N. Y., No. 4 Rose seed potatoes.trial. 20
Come and give us a
oil). arrived in the city yesterday after-
noon, registering at the Riverview.Mr. FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY.Phone .
Curtis. with Mrs. Curtis, has been 638. 21 W. Church St.
We don't want to give too many of the good points of the spending the winter season at 3-12-2tc "
Florence Stove. You will discover others when you have used do, and is here for the orlan-I' -
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spending a week or ten days
among friends in Fort Myers. .


one.Oscar Hand & Son Myers Among Press.those who landed in Orlando I

yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. P. M. I
Kimber, from Muncie, Ind. They have p.'f. ..,-
been wintering on the East Coast and ".,. "'
WEST PINE did not feel as if they could return MARCHOne ; 1"; .
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home without having paid this placea t. .
visit, having heard so much about it .
as a winter resort, and their expectations "
have been more than realized.Mr. important lesson em- \
.iiiiiiiiiitiiii
illlillMitiillMIIMArtistic phatically taught by the
and Mrs. C. H. Shellhouse and J-
son, Major Frank Shellhouse, of In- -, ;, ti '
Souvenirs dianapolis, Ind... departed yesterday "Month of Storms"is
afternoon for St. Petersburg, where '
they will remain for a short while before :
returning to their home in the the necessity for prepara- .
; twr.
Hoosier State. It was with regret
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-- that their friends in this city bade tion. A ;. ,
Sterling Silver Spoons Forks Hand them farewell. They have been the ,3
guests of the Willola during$ their so- 4 t ..
journ in the city. Mr. Shellhouse is Savings Account &
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many one of the most ardent boosters Or- w
lando has this lie thinks 'k.
won season. !
other useful and beautiful articles typical this place the prettiest and most de- often stands between the pos- ..
lightfcl of anythat he has ever visitedin of life.
his extensive travels. They expectto sessor and the storms
of Florida and Orlando that will provea return early next season. Surplus dollars placed in a r A 'n '


source of great delight to your friends NO EXPENSE SPAREDNo Savings Account I-- -

"back North." We also carry a completeline expense has been spared by Le-

Comte and Flesher to make the mu- : in this institution accumulate ;

of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair sical fantasy, "The Prince of Tonight rapidly and earn dividends at ,
j
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Department is in charge of most : of 4 cent. .
compe- cerne theatre March 13, attractiveand the rate per >5Or1allo -

tent workmen. lovely, and the company is far
ahead of what one anticipates in mu-
sical shows.



T. H. EVANSJEWELER Washington 55 VESSELS, March BUILT 10.-There IN U. were S. Bauk & Trust Cuffipafly .


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United States and officially numbered

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