Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00507
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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 13, 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: VID00507
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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INTENTION OF BLOCKADING THE Utah, !MIT: 12.-SEND1 V0 -intimated tonight to have already POKE IN MEXICO[ CITY

ENGLISH COAST OF UNITED STATES CAVALRY i teen completed.In the meanwhile. the Indians are

in the Douglasmesa
firmly entrenched
Meet INDIANS under Old Polk and Old :
Commander I
14 Officers Including and-repeat to every messengersent
Posey IS BEING PLANNED BY ': to them their determination not MRS.i. 1.11. ROCKEFELLER[

Death In BRIGADIER GENERAL I to give in.ALSO .


Bayano Was Steel and Practically New-Was of 5,018 Tons- Gen.
INDIANS TO SURRENDER. Navajo scouts sent by COMPillVELY

It Is Believed That Not More Than 27 of Crew Survive General Scott announces he will Scott to their camp for parley were CITY IS Y QUIET
I make one more effort to bring about told by Old Polk that he had been notifiEd -
t Croiser Was on Patrol Duty-The Location I
peace, and if this fails he will advise by
Under New Regime Order Prevails -
of Disaster Has Not Been Revealedby the war department at Washington UTE CHIEFS THAT THEY WERE ONE EXCEPTION

the Admiralty to rush troops. RUSHING TO JOIN HIM IN HIS -Brya% DemandsCommunication

Plans for sending the cavalry was FIGHT AGAINST TilE WHITES. Husband and Son Were at Be

London, March 12.-The admiralty issued an official statement Ormond, Florida, When Kept Open

tonight reporting the loss of the auxiliary cruiser Bayano. whileon B.P.O.E. ENFORCES LAW NEW TRAILER ORDINANCE I Death Came-Death

patrol duty.Evidence UnexpectedNew Washington, March 12.-The state
advices received from
points to her having been torpedoed by a submarine.But department
York, March 12.Mrs. JohnD. Mexico City today state that the Za-
Law Prohibit- First Reading Occurred at the
Elks Have Rigid
of than 200
27 of the Bayano's crew probably more are
Rockefeller died at 10:20 o'clock patistas occupied the capital at 9 a. m.
known to survive. ing Flagrant Use of Se- Council Meeting YesterdayOne this forenoon at the Rockefeller country March 11, and there was perfect order

Fourteen officers, including the commander, are presumed to crets, Signs and t tI Trailer, Must Have home at Pocantico Hills, just out- amidst popular enthusiasm represented -

be dead. GripsAt Rubber TiresAt side of Tarrytown.Her by all classes.

The loss of the Bayano. is the heaviest blow yet struck by the l husband and her son were at The authorities who just assumed
its session of 1913 the Florida the City Council meeting yesterday Ormond, Fla., and were advised early control of affairs in the city have
German submarines since the announcement of the blockade of
I legislature passed a law prohibitingall first reading,of an ordinance regulating today that her condition had taken a promised everything in their power

the English coast. persons non-members from using the use of trailers to automo- critical turn for the worse. Mr. Rock- will be done toward bringing in much

The ship was steel, being practically new, and was of 5,048 any words, names, insignia, signs or bile trucks or to automobile vehicleswas efeller and his son immediately en- needed supplies to relieve the people.

grips of the B. P. O. E., except priv- introduced by Councilman John- gaged a special train which left Jack- They also promise to do everything

tons.The first news of the disaster was brought to port by the cap- I ilege be granted by the supreme body. I son, and provides that only one trailer sonville this morning and is due here I possible to maintain order and give

This same law, word for word, is in may be attached to an automobile some time tomorrow. protection to foreigners and nationals.
tain of the British steamer Castlereagh who stated that his ship
force in the state of New York and i truck, and must be equipped with rubber Mrs. E. Parmelee Prentice, Mrs. It is stated by dispatches that the

Thursday morning had passed through a quantity of wreckage, was declared constitutional by the supreme -I tires, and must not travel at a i Rockefeller's daughter, was the only relief committee will meet the after-

bodies being strewn thick on the water, and some still floating court of appeal of that state. greater speed than eight miles per I immediate relative present when she noo not the eleventh and the Zapatistas -

among the pieces of wreckage. On Wednesday, March 4, Mr. II. L. hour. The punishment for violationof will send a representative to discuss

The captain stopped and attempted to prosecute a search for Bethel, of Tallahassee Lodge No. 937, the proposed ordinance is a maxi- died.When one considers that her hus- the details of a plan to obtain .

and a past president of the Florida mum:fine of $100, or ten days in jail. band is probably, after the German transportation. facilities.
possible survivors, but was prevented by the of Ger-
appearance. a State Elks Association, was in Jacksonville The. assesnnent .poll ?for Magnolia emperor the best .known man in ,the At 4 p. m.. March 11, the city was
which chased the ?
man submarine Castlereagh. and found a negro lodge violating avenue amounted to $2,400, and the world, it must be agreed that Mrs. still quiet, and more Zapatista forces

Those who were saved drifted wide of the scene of the sinking this law. He called upon the city clerk was ordered to prepare the John D. Rockefeller led a life of great were coming in.

Bayano on wreckage and were picked up by other passing vessels.The sheriff of Duval county and requestedtheir necessary resolution. obscurity. She was known to the Official dispatches show that Obre-

admiralty is silent on the location of the disaster. arrest. This was done and a I public not at all and did not have a gon went out Wednesday night and
I I preliminary hearing was held and defendants WAS SUCCESSFUL K. OF P. SESSION large circle of friends. In what is I immediately the municipal authoritiestook

bound over for trial to charge until the city again was
were I called "society" she never mixed. [
U. S. Ceases to Worry s.Y.)WAY NOW PRESIDENTOF the criminal court. This law will be I I Laura Celestia Spelman was born f seized by the Zapatistas. .

Washington, March 11.-The state rigidly pushed all over Florida and The thirtieth annual convention or September 9, 1839. Her father was Other announcements made by Secretary .

department today ceased worrying violators punished. the Grand Lodge Knights of Pjthias Harry Buel Spelman, who emigratedfrom I Bryan"are that he still regardsthe -

about the incident of the sinking of COUNTRY CLUBAT "Charged with using the ritual of closed its sessions yesterday in Pa- Massachusetts to Akron, Ohio, question of inviolate communication -
the Frye by the German cruiser Eitel, the Benevolent and Protective Orderof
latka, and was the largest in attend- where he became a between Vera Cruz and Mexico ;
Elks in organizing and conductinga I
now Newport News. The reason lodge of their own, which is contrary ance and most interesting ever held. goods merchant. He was a member'City as of the first importance. ,

was an interesting discovery of the ANNUAL MEETING LAST to state law, two negro men, officers j The occasion was marked by the of the Ohio legislature and removedto Secretary Bryan says that Zapatais

entire obligation, even proving the NIGHT OFFICERS WERE of the lodge in question, were presence of B. H. Young, of Ohio, supreme Cleveland when Laura was a child. now in control at Mexico City and

case of the United States, rests on the CHOSEN FOR YEAR Justice given a E.preliminary E. Willard hearing yesterday before and I chancellor commander, and She became acquainted with Mr. that he must take up this question of ;

German government.The were each bound over for trial in the I Thomas J. Carlin, of Macon, Ga., past Rockefeller in the Cleveland grammar freedom of traffic with Carranza and j
view of the state department is local circuit court under bonds of supreme chancellor commander. schools. She was then sent East to Zapata jointly. 1
that the German government will disclaim De'VittIiller Vice-President $100. The defendants were arrested I the ]local who at-
Among Knights .the Oread Institute, Worcester, Mass., Nothing new tonight on the story
through the activity of II. L. Bethel i
V. W. Estes
the act of the commander of the Re-elected Sec.-
a member of Elks Lodge No. 937 of tended the session were Messrs. Wm to complete her education, and returned of McManus, which was reported as
Eitel and make ample and speedy Treas. for Third Consecutive Tallahassee." I R. O'Neal, W. McLean, N. P. Yow- .1 to Cleveland in 1859 to teach follows: t

reparation, unless it can produce irrefutable YearAt I II ell. and J. T. Dale. I school. On September 8, 1864, the I "John B. McManus: originally of 1

proof that the cargo of I GABY HESLYST THE GFAND I The officers elected for the ensuing school teacher and Mr. Rockefeller, I Chicago, a prominent American in 3

grain on the American vessel was des- the annual meeting of the Or- year were: Scott :M. Lofton Pensa- both about twenty-five years old I Mexico City, was killed yesterday 1

tined directly for the British govern- lando Country Club, held last eveningat I "It was a good show Such was cola grand chancellor; E. P. Roberts, I were married. when Zapata forces entered the city.

ment. the San Juan hotel S. Y. Way was I the comment heard by many as they I Key West, vice grand chancellor; N Mrs. Rockefeller's mother was an I An American flag was flying over his

Failing this the German govern- left the Grand theatre last evening P. Yowell, Orlando grand prelate; active worker in the Women's Chris ,house and the doors had been sealed

ment must disclaim the act of Cap- elected president, succeeding Jas. L. after having witnessed the performance I W. II. Latimer, Tavares, grand keeper tian Temperance Union and the by the Brazilian consul according to j J

tain Thierichsen or sacrifice her argu- Giles, who has headed the club for of the celebrated international of records and seals; Wm. C. West. I daughter followed in her footsteps. !II advices to the state department today ,

ment against that of Great Britain, I two years; DeWitt Miller, vicepresident II star Gaby Deslys, supported by Harry i Jacksonville, grand master of exchequer -I She has done a great unsung work j from the Brazilian minister in' 1

which she made in justification of her succeeding N. P. Powell who Pilcer, and an exceedingly strong cast. I ; Wiley Williams, Jr., grand I for temperance, for the poor and the Mexico City."

submarine blockade. I I i i has been in that office for two years; The manager of Orlando's popular master at arms; Wm. G. Goeber, ', ill. She took a deep interest in the I' I
Germany assailed Great Britain for house knows how to Ocala grand inner guard;" A. J. Bran- welfare
play certainly of negro girls in the South. FATE OF THAW NOW IN HANDS
halting foodstuffs destined for the i and V. W. Estes was re-elected secre- please Orlando audiences as the large don, Clearwater, grand outer guard; ) Her father had established the Spel-

civil population of Germany and cited tary and treasurer for the third successive crowds which pack the theatre nightly Louis C. Lynch, Gainesville, supreme man Seminary at Atlanta, Ga., for OF TilE JURY '
New York, March 12.-The fate
Great Britain's "starvation policy" as c"
I year. The directors are C. B. bear witness. representative.The negro young women. She reared four
Thaw and his five co-defendants ...
a ground for the establishment of the
Robinson, Jas. L. Giles, L. II. Gedge, next annual meeting will be children and another died in infancy.The I
in the hands of the
blockade. now jury. Justice
I COMMITTEE ON PENNANT held in Key West.LONGSIIOREMEN. living children are John D., Jr.,
II. L. Beeman, and the officers named.
It now develops that Germany is Page completed his charge to the juryat
SIGN who married Miss Abbey G. Aldrich
cenouncing Great Britain for this Splendid progress has been made WILL REFUSETO Bessie ; I 5:30, when the jury retired, and at
and Edith. The oldest
practice three weeks after she herself during the past year. A vote of LOAD SHIPS BOUNDTO 6:45 they took a recess until 9.
The following committee has been daughter, Mrs. Charles Stronf, died
had captured and sunk an American I thanks was given to the retiring officers VANCOUVER in Justice Page in his charge to the
selected to decide on designs for a 1906; the second is :Mrs. Parmelee
ship carrying grain supposedly in- who have served the club most pennant for Orlando: Mrs.A.B.Whit- I Prentice, and the third, Mrs. Harold jury told them they could vote upon
tended for the civil population of the cases of the five co-defendants
' I'excellently in past years. man, Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. E. G. Seattle, Wash.-All vessels callingat I F. McCormick. of
(; Brtain each independent the other. He .
neat and certainly not directly -
Vancouver, B. C., where the longshoremen I her husband's
Hauselt, Mr. C. E. Howard, and Mr. l Despite great wealth
told them to consider the law
consigned to the British dealing
govern The are on strike, have been de- ilrs. Rockefeller American
must was an
Guernsey. designs I I
ORDER with lie
conspiracy only.
ment. I all be in the office of the mayor of I clared unfair by the executive boardof I{hostess of the old New Engand type. commanded
FOR LIGHT STEEL RAILS them to take heed
of the
At the state department it is be- no questionof
the Pacific coast division of the '
IN AMERICA Orlando by Saturday, March 20th. She received her few guests simply, I
lieved that Germany can not affordto I International Longshoremen's Assa- 'I
I I making them feel at ease at once.
quibble about the Frje and that ation. Under this declaration it She The Thaw jury was locked up for
had a knack of talking on subjects
Pittsburg.The Russian the night at 11:22.NINEYEAROLD.
she will have to give the the govern- II
cargo was said today, longshoremen in all I close to the hearts of those she
ment has ordered 40,000 tons of steel -
benefit of the doubt suffer I -
or a chargeof Pacific from San Diego, Cal., to
inconsistency and insincerity. rails of light weight from Americanrail Birmingham Barons will leave I ports met. . . . . . . . . .
I Prince Rupert, B. C., will refuse to I It is said Mrs. Rockefeller went 50
mills a portion of which has been today for Daytona, where they will I WEST VIRGINIA '
load or discharge vessel going to without -
any years having a picture taken.
placed with the Carnegie Steel com- i play a three game series with the YOUTH IS YOUNGEST '
Vancouver. -
TilE WEATHER pany and the Cambria Steel company, I Brooklyn Nationals, who are training i In appearance she was quite short BOOTLEGGER '

it became known here last night. The I in that city. The next home game and plump, at any rate in later life. .

Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- order is one of the largest "light" rail I for Orlando is set for next Wednesday GREAT FLEET OF TRANSPORTSOFF Before her marriage, she belonged '
Bluefields, W. Va., March 12.-
dya. JAMAICAN COAST to the
borders placed in several years. I afternoon at the fair grounds, Plymouth Congregationalchurch William Hubbard, 9 old, '
I when the Athletics will but in order to be of the same years
. . . s s s s . . . . I the Barons.Philadelphia New York.-Passengers and crew denomination as her husband, she claimed by the federal authorities '
S. INDEX TODAY'S NEWS I of the American steamer Almirant, in joined the Euclid Avenue Baptist to be the youngest "bootlegger"on '

today from South American pc-ts by church, Cleveland. record, was arrested during a
Page 2-U. S. I In police court yesterday A. C'! GEN JOFFRE THANKS MRS.
Navy Statistics. way of the West Indies, told of seeing raid by a United States marshal's
Page 3-True versus False Peace. I Saunders was fined $5 for blocking FOR TOBACCO SUPPLY in the mountains '
at' posse twenty
I fleet of nine British
a transports
Apopka Items. Other GENERAL SCOTT IS
j America street with a freight car. EXPECTED |
news. Kingston, Jamaica, apparently lying miles from Norton. Young Hub-
Page Editorial and features. j I Maude Johnson was fined $25 and Paris.-General Joffre has sent a in readiness to convey troops to Eu TO LEAVE FOR CAMP | bard, according to the revenue of

Page 5-Society and local news. 'costs for being drunk, disturbing the I letter to Mrs. Clara Washington Lopp, Washington.,-Brig. General Scott i' ficers, was found together with an '
Page Classified ads. .peace and using obscene language. of New York, her I rope. cousin
Page Oakland, Pine Castle and thanking heartily expected to leave Bluff, Utah, today 18-year-old operating a.
Drennen news. i Six witnesses appeared for the prose- for the large supply of tobacco she Subscriptions taken for the Country for Douglas Mesa, 75 miles away, in I complete stilL which had a capacity -
Page 8-Local and personal j cution. The Kilgore and Johnson case gathered for distribution among the search of the hostile Piute Indians he of thirty gallons.
. . . . . . . .news.. . ; Gentleman during March, one year .
'is set for court this morning. French soldiers. I for $1.00. Curtis & O'Neal. .is seeking to pacify. . . . . . . . . .


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I r- FOOD FOR THE SEINE.-- !'I I 1 . . . . I . . . . . -.-; . .-;; 1 1 . . . I .
'! tTtiA\iiS{ \ IN FIRST

'I Odd Incident of Whistler's Student .
Days In Paris.: Wanted to
: THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner early .t"Ilt'S in "TrUll! ) have .
shown us tinliil.iriou,. ""ni.ilor of tlu-
student life in Pans wh-n \"hi.-tll
West and Church Streets
Splendid !service. Excellent looms. Hot and cold water., One of the beM. joined the studio that Jleyre carriedon is expected the superdread- Iron, Black Eye, Whippcorwill, Clay and

cooks in the s.ate. Rates $J.oO per week andj up. bjucial rates to parties in succession to Delaroche. It was nauphts Oklahoma and Nevada will Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. the Bohemia barely modernized of be added to the fleet this month. This

W. G. DUNCAN Prop Murder" novel and the% shifts to whl"h will make the first line consist of
these riw r..ruts: in art descend
eight dreadnaughts and four super- SALEStowell
furnishtdVIii'tler for life trial somoof -
ROSSMORE INNWindermere his raciest !vtnrics Oncv \vli.-n an I dreadnaughts.The .
fleet consists of four bat-
American fri -n>l uiiiarthed him Whis
Evergreen, Country Gentleman Golden Dent, White Dent,
tier was living on the proceed of :a !t'eship divisions a cruiser squadron,
Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
wardrobe. One lx>t flay he |"Ownedhis destroyer and submarine flotillas, colliers -
and kind of garden, field and seed.
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric coat for an fc-ed drink. Invited supply and hospital ships mine every grass

light and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with once to the American embassy: be layers and smaller auxiliaries.

. bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- bad But to the barrow best story Former's of these dress frolicsome snit." "Until Great Britain put the Queen i Prices Right, Drugs Pure, Seeds Fresh I

mg. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. days arises from the ttemal copyingin Elizabeth into commission a few days

the Ixiurre. either ou commission or I I ago, the United States navy was the i
---- ---
on "spec.:' which kept them alive be only one in the world to have afloat
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn tween remittances. guns as large as 14 inch diameter.The I i

Whistler's chum. Ernest Delannoy. Queen Elizabeth has eight 15 inch City Drug Store
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa had done a gorgeous replica of Vero guns. The superiority of these to
nese's Marriage Feast at Cana" that .
14 inch rifles is not certain.
J. W. HURLEY took when framed the pair of them to They
carry. They started out to sell it and may give greater smashing power to .
tried it on every dealer up and down their projectiles but probably do not
both sides of the Seine until the first increase the range. Drawbacks may " " " " " " " " MillllillllKAN I'.

-- price of 500 francs had dropped with develop."

VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR several;: thuds to 100. then 20. then 10. Our own 14 inch gun does not havea
then 5. Suddenly the dignity of art
greater effective than the
f On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of asserted On the itself.Pont des Arts they lifted the earlier 12 inch gun. The latter is regarded ; -

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. huge canvas. "Un." they said. witha as one of the most efficient

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Trips great swing "deux trois-v'lan!" types possible to produce. Its lengthis To the letters you'TC-

i to wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, and over it went into theater with a 50 times its diaemter which gives
ceive if
they writtenon
; for hire. Agents for Ferro :Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. splash Tlit-n arose a mighty commotion great accuracy in sightingIn the 14 are

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier as de a vine great; crowd ninning.gathered.omnibuses Ser- 'I inch guns it was found necessary to stationery that i' of

<:rove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing gents came reduce the length to 45 times the diameter -
stopped and boats pushed out on the fine quality and correct
purposes. or 45 calibres.
river. Altogether the excitement was I {
an immense suit-ess and the pair of Perhaps the 12 inch gun is the more shape.
t -- -- ---- I
Joyous artists went home enchanted. accurate, but the 14 inch projectile

: TOURISTS ATTENTION! I'allIall Gazette.Do I weighs 1,100 pounds as against 870 I HIGHLAND LINEN
t t
pounds for the smaller weapon. Both I II ,
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Good Now. I are enormously effective at eight fills every requirement

Prepared by our New York Cook If you do not now the good which : miles range. Critics think this is the 1, of the most exacting
you can the time will come when you
distance which the naval battle
cannot do the good which you would.- I great customer because it is"CRANE"
100 Rooms Bath Steam
f t Heat. $1.00 Frederic II. Hedge.An between dreadnaughts an engage-
ment the like of which the world has quality.

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Adrr ission. never seen, will be fought.In IIIIIL\IiJI)
A north of Ireland orator in a Scottish target practice off the Virginia !: \ W. S. Branch
countyous (- sought; to In- William
I Capes recently Gunpointer

EMPIRE HOTEL gratiate"Gentlemen.himself I at aa the an outset Irishman.thus: I I Ruf of the Texas scored eight straighthits ]J111ImJEOO? ] THE ARCADE BOOK AND KIBIC STORE .

with a 14 inc hgun on a movintarget
f 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms am proud to be an Irishman but 1 am ._ ._
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twelve miles This
1 not ashamed to admit that 1 have a away.
little Scotch in me." sounds encouraging.In .

r Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round And for a full minute he could not addition to the Oklahoma and COMPARE THESE VALUES WITH OTHERS.For .
understand what the uproar was about. Nevada the officials
are now
navy Horses and Mules CsibohydratesProtein
f European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Llppincott's.. hurrying work on five much larger II per cent. Carbohydrate 46 per cent.
r, Fat 6.55" Fibre II "
vessels, the Pennsylvania Arizona,
) 1'-' And He Set. At $1.75 prr sack
} California, Idaho and Mississippi,
t 1S .. A couple of Pennsylvania farmers a For Milch Cows
man and wife. drove from their farmto each of which will have 32,000 tons Protein 19.2 per cent. Carbohydrates 45.5 percent.Fat .
, the nearest railway. The man. : displacement and carry twelve 14 inch 6-sS pcr cent. Fibre la percent
' r small and wared. sat: meekly beside guns. They will not be ready in 1915. At $1.75 per sack.
. dc. ip By next month the first line of the We will have a shipment of Hay Morday. Send us your address *
I and we will be pleased to mail you a price card.
United States navy will consist of the

t Displacement. Guns. L. DeJVITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
i Oklahoma ______ 27,500 10 14-inch
Nevada ______u 27,500 10( 14-inch
New York _u__ 21.,1'>00 10 14-inch ---- ------- ---
, Texas _____u__ 27,500 10 14-inch
THE ARCADE HOTEL Wyoming _uu_ 26,000 12 12-inch
I Arkansas ____u 26,000 12 12-inch JONESGUES JUST THE SAME
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. {i i Florida ______u 22,000 10 12-inch
22,000 10 12-inch
f First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos I Delaware _u___ 21,000 10 12-inch
North Dakota __ 21,000 10 12-inch
j in Building in Connections Michigan u____ 16,500 8 12-inch

i, 'rlando. Fla. South Carolina_ 16,500 8 12-inch My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
These are the ships which" would
.t } months has its schedule but leaves at the
4 bear the brunt of the onslaught if we not changed ,

b engaged a first class naval power., A same time it always has.

big gun can fire twice in three min-
utes. The Atlantic fleet could throw
t ORLANDO ROOFINGAND 240 shells at an enemy in the first
Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
three minutes of action. Their total Leaving ,. .
weight would be 227,200 pounds andit

SHEET METAL CO. ins to be remembered that they are WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
I. filled with high explosives.The Read Down Read Up

second line consists of the pre-
P. 1\1. ;A.1\I. P. M. P. 1\1.
Connecticut Louisiana I IA.l\I.IA.l\1.
"COME: SET. dreadnaughts ;
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
t Kansas Vermont Minnesota New
bis wife who tiled! two-thirds of the Orlando 6:30 6.00
f seat. and only spoke;: to command. Hampshire, Georgia, Virginia, New I ; 10.15 3:00 9.30 1.30j
and Rubber Roofings Finally the station was reached. Jersey, Rhode Island, and Nebraska.In Ocoee 'i 7:30i11.15, 4:00 I 8.3C 12.30 5.00

The woman bustled: in, settled her numerous reserve are twelve older battle- \Vinter Garden 7:45ill:3c 43c 8.15 12.151 4-45

f Cornices, Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings bundles and sat down. Looking ships, now far behind the times. Oakland 8:00--- 4:3c 8.00--; 4.30
her and chattels she
; over goods
These older vessels are being refitted
i suddenly missed something and lookIng -
, Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO and kept ready for action on two . . . .
about discovered that her husband . . . . . .1.1..1..1".1. . I
had remained outside on the platform.She days notice. This fact is considered

rapped sharply on the window. significant.New t
"Hen' she called pointing to the
--- bench beside her. "Come setEverybody's. want ads. in today's paper.


Ward on Chaucer.
Artemus Ward once said: "Some -
The lot advertised for
kind person has sent me Chawcer's $1200,

pvt.'ms.lr.. C. bad talent but he with a reduction of $400.00, if We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
II+I II II couldn't speL No man has a right to

be a litrary man onless he knows how buyer would build, was bought you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
to spel. It U a pity that Chawcer who
bad geneyus. was so unedicated. lie's i by Mr. Samuel Brice of New and talk your wishes over with us.
the wuss speller I know of.** I ,

i York. We have decided to of- The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
More Exciting Than the Play.A .
countryman on one of his rare vis- fer another one. ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a '
its to London. after completing his

business, visited the local theater and million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
patronized that part of the house Corner lot, well located. Side
known as "the gods." obtaining a seat two
in the front row. lie had provided walks, water, lights, gas. North- years.

I ( himself with refreshments before en We are well posted on the values of all classes and
ijIic tering In the form of a bag of cakes east. $1000.00. Will take $600

} and As a the bottle performance of mineral water.progressed: he if buyer will build within one kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

_ consumed these and. becoming absorbed -
__ bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
in a thrilling passage was absently year. '
$ toying; with the empty bottle on
\ Estate Bargains.
II\r I rr the U-dse: in front of him when be accidentally -
allowed it to fall over.
Horror stricken he instantly looked
down and was just in time to see the

i- -1 E R botlle drop i heat ily on to the bald had
r = 'tf a r'-'a Il'lc.w. who. r>>t 'n >ti in:: I
Nothing you can buy is so important a.- your medicines.:: Your whence tie attack came junrd to t Vronclns.oM CARL DANNiREAl i WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY i

health and very life sometime depends upon the purity and that his i neishli"was: t' .- i I Ii
proper strength of the drugs you take. :itrcre:: .-. II, :stlrcd the l>"tte and, :

When get rliutrin.m u< get them and I betted the other man smartly across i ..
you your you pure I R. D. WARING, Manager
the bead with it. ESTATE
fresh : our autifiers are harmless.. :
Oar frond above had nowsc n !
Buy all drug stor th mfrorn n< all the 'round I Block
your year eronsli and hastily but quickly qmttt-d Rooms 4 and G Watkins Phone No. fil:
and you will never go anywhere else for them.i1IERUK's the place an'i reached the exit lust a< I

two angry; strugilins; :: men were being I 11-l.M:
PH \ I UMACYTHE ; ejected.London Tit-Ilits. COMPANY I iHOTELS

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class over another, and the spirit of I I Every farmer is busy now with his aged 56, gave a noble example of devotion .
militarism must cease. The cause of spring planting. to his
I I country by volunteeringin
the present war was not the assassination Mrs. Cora Lowe had the misfortuneto
of the archduke of Austria or'1': sprain her ankle very severely a the same ranks as his son, a young
the present desire for conquest among few days ago, by a misstep, and has !soldier' of the 1914 class. Was killed
q t $ L .ations, although undoubtedly the been confined to her room ever since. in the trenches by a fragment of shell, .
"vents immediately preceding the We hope, however, that she will soon while his son was seventy: woundedat
: resent struggle brought it on sooner reco\er. his side.
han it otherwise would. But the real G. Monroe has the new drop cur- ((2)) Nogues, soldier of the second- .
+ w ause is a result of evils commencing tain for the city hall stage almost class, of 153rd infantry regiment, was
. several centuries back, evils that have completed and it is much admired by seriously wounded by a fragment of 1
een growing and eating like a cen- every one who has seen it. It is a c-eH.; while his father, aged 56, who
er into the social and spiritual life Venetian scene and is truly a beautiful had volunteered for the duration of
of Europe. This cancer( must be cut piece of work. the war, was killed at his side.
out root and branch, before a real I. Mayor Davis is again able to be out It was by the same shell)), at the
peace can be established.A after a week_of lumbago.D. same moment, and side by side, that
peace brought about which leaves W. CLARK.A father and son were struck down.
any part of this cancer to continue
eating into the vitals of Europeanlife STRANGE FATALITY TWENTIETH ANNUAL CONVENTION
and political institutions, would
only be a truce or suspension of hos- Paris. The official war dispatches
tilities, which would undoubtedly be furnish many instances that prove The twentieth annual convention of
followed in the near future by a war truth indeed is stranger than fiction. the Florida division, United DaughI
far more horrible than the presentwar. I Two "mentions" read together forma ters of the Confederacy, will be held
. War is a natural result of such human document at once of pathos in Leesburg as the guest of Confederate -
conditions. It would be a false peace and heroism: Gray Chapter, No. 641, assemA
. I
SCENE FROM'-THE PRINCE OF' !XioilT.," AT TilE LUCERNE TONIGHT. 11' a kind not desired. It is a wrong I ((1)) Vogues, soldier of the second- bling on the first Wednesday' in May,
course for the American people to I class ot the 153rd infantry regiment. or May 5, 1915.LUCERNE .
pray for peace at any price. It wouldbe
TRUE VERSUS FALSE PEACEIt I opinion is based upon an error. It is sin, of greed and of avarice, in fight- far better and more effective if we i :
I t.ased the failure to distinguish ing the forces of righteousness, make would for
upon pray a greater unity among
has been said that a state of war I between the real Kingdom of God and war a necessary means, on the part of the forces of righteousness, to work I E E THEATRE "
is absolutely inconsistent with the I the present day conditions. The King- Christianity, to conquer these forcesof together to eradicate the real cause I f Mar. 13
Constitution of the Kingdom of God. dom of God is a condition of life and evil. It is sin itself which forceswar of this war, this cancer; which would,
No truer statement was ever made. i i! government where all men shall acknowledge on the nations and not Christianity. I and only until then, result in a peace Sat I Matinee Right
One of the basic principles of the j the Christ as their supreme Then while we are being at- which would be based upon a sub-
Kingdom cf God is: Peace between all ruler, both in spiritual and tacked by the forces of unrighteousness I stantial foundation, a foundation that The Gorgeous Musical Comedy
nations and peoples. Consequentlywhen temporal matters, and shall live a life must we, as Christians, in the I'' would not break, the everlasting peace
God's Kingdom is established in harmony with Him; when the last name of peace, lie supinely on our I which will truly be a part of the Con-
i here on earth, the roar of artilleryand vestige of son shan be conquered and backs and allow the enemy to drive us stitution of the Kingdom of God.
the clash of the gleaming bayonet will become a thing of the past. The out and let the world go back to dark- PAUL V. HUTCH INS. I}iThe Prince Dr ?
must cease forever. The spirit of en- above is a condition not now obtained ness and barbarism, and the name of Tonight
mity between man and man will be a but to be obtained. It is a goal to- I Christ be driven from the minds of APOPKA ITEMS
thing of days pone by, and every man I ward which the present.day<< : Chris- ;men? No, never! Many a time in
will become his brother's keeper. I tianity is marching. Christianity of Old Testament history did God direct Apopka, F1a, March 11.-Prof. E.
Then will the money, now used in the the present time is an influence which 'His people to go to war with idolatrous W. Fly and wife visited her parents.Mr. !'. BY ADAMS HOUGH 8 HOW,tR )
purchase of arms and ammunition and is changing the hearts of men, and a I I nations for the purpose of pre- : and Mrs. King, at Zellwood last OVERFLOWING WITH SONG HITS AXD STUNNING SHOW-GIRLS
the construction of battleships, cruisers means through which sin is being con- venting their further growth, and for Sunday.M. .
and submarines be used for con- quered, and is preparing the world for I i holding back those nations from encroaching T. Anderson has gone on a busi- METROPOLITAN\ CAST with: TOM ARNOLDSupported

structive purposes, in aiding the poor the fulfillment of the prophecy, when I upon the Israelitish nation. ness and pleasure trip to Lee county by-
and the helpless and the building up the complete establishment of God's 1 i I'Today lie speaks, as lie did in those and will be absent for several days.
of happier homes throughout the Kingdom shall be an accomplished 1 I I olden days, through the conscience of Talmage Wiley visited friends at MABEL LAFFIN, EVA PHELPS, VERA LaVERE, FRANK HARSH,
world. Then will the commandmentof fact. I i i iI : man to go forth and drive back the Plymouth last Sunday. TOM MCKNIGHT, LEW NADEN, CHARLES CORWIN AND THE
our Lord and Master, "Thou shalt I Now look at the conditions surrounding -I forces of sin. G. H. Wilkins spent last Sunday Princess Prize Beauty Chorus Pony Ballet of, Wonderful Dancers

love the Lord thy God with all thy I the one as distinguished I M::ny a time in the world's history with his parents at McDonald.The 50 PEOPLE 50
heart, with all thy mind and with all j from the other. When God's Kingdom have the conditions that have existedin quarterly meeting of the Meth-
thy strength, and thy neighbor as thy- is established, peace must exist as I a state of so-called peace been far odist church was held last Wednes-
self," become a living reality. I more terrible, than a state of war, day with a good attendance.T. FEATURES:
But on the other hand the exist- i con-quer I when evils had become so deep rooted :M. Byars has become very pro- Lithe
The Blue and Silver Ballet. Delft Forest in the Land of the Moon\
ence of the present conflict in Europeis men. I I in the life of a people, that nothingbut ficient in operating his Ford auto and I' Grand
Water-Fete and Banquet.
Fairies Dancing in Emerald Gloom.
no evidence of any decline in the I the present day Christianity is surrounded -I the sacrifice and blood of human enjoys it quite a bit.
Palm Beach, Fla.
Illumination. Scenes laid at The Breakers
advancement of Christianity. The I on all sides by the' forces of I beings was strong enough to purge The American Realty company has
opinion is widely prevalent among sin, which is all the time either spir- the nation from their sinful ways.I advertised a sale of lots to colored WILKINS and BURCHIn
certain people that the present conflict itually or temporally fighting the I I do not say that any one nation or people only, on Monday, March 22.
is evidence of such a decline and progress of Christianity. "The forcesof I set of nations, in the present struggle fhey have a beautiful block of prop- WHIRLWIND and SOCIETY DANCES
that the world is going back to the sin are pressing hard." I is fighting together on the side erty for sale.Charles MATINEE 25c., 50c.. 73c. and $1.00
old days of barbarism and darknessand War is not an invention of God. It of right, and the other on the side of Sticht has begun erecting a PRICES OO.
50c. 75c. S' and $1.58
when the highest principle recog- is a method which He would avoid if wrong. But the time has come when new novelty works here. One more NIGHT ,

nized by all nations was the "Sur- other and more peaceful methods I avarice and greed among nations, the improvement for our rapidly growing Seats selling at Estes Drug Stcre Fhone 61
vival of the fittest." But the above could be used. But the methods of divine right of kings, the rule of one tittle city.

IMMMM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >w. . . . . . . MUMIIMM . . . . . . IIMIlii HIM*

To the Highest Eia.cler

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

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

I 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 reservet

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

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

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

Proposition No. 2

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 1
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Or- "
The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave ange Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the 1
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 J
house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The 1
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and GrapeFruit i
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. Sewerageconnections the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and 'a large j
barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than j
made and both streets bricked
are paved. 20 per cent on the"investment. Possession can be given within 1

SO days from purchase. j


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

this ad and reasons given why the owners will dispose of such valuable properties at an unpre- 1

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

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


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THE DAILY GO"'. TnA UIELL'S LATEST I SIDELIGHTSBy I London.-All British trans-Atlantic

South Florida Sentinel RECOMMENDATIONS.Gov. II steamship companies have followedthe \
Trammll has come out with ( W. S. Branch) lead of the Cunard Line and reduced -

MORNING AND WEEKLYW. several new recommendations which I the rate for second class I
M. GLENN ......................Editor he pass \
W. C. ESSINGTON ......BaunrM Manager proposes to submit to the coming j If the "laughless man" in the Y ow- age to New York to $50.
--- -- session {.r the legislature. One deals I ell-Duckworth window does not smile. - ..
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando Florida. I SATURDAY I
with and Governor at of the ultra
as Second Clans Mail Matter. a game revenue the some fashionable young ,
says he will recommend that a young ladies walking on Orange avenue
SUBSCRIPTION RATES measure be passed providing that the wearing one of those new butter Two Handsome
Daily. 1 Y_r S.OO
Dail>. fi Month Z50Dail net proceeds from the state game department tub hats and trying to navigate in PRICE RtUUCTION\\
>. 3 Months ..' 1-25 shall annually be distributedto a pair of No. 4 shoes on their No. 6
Dail>. 1 Month &" Lake Front .
--- - the counties and shall constitutea feet he is smile proof.
Wee1.ly. 1 Year ...................... $1.0.
fund in each county to be known as -- -

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO !PAYABLE IN the rural school fund and applied The plan of furnishing penny Grove and Homer

ADVERTISERS 'specifically for the use of the rural I lunches to the poor children of some OPPORTUNITlfS

schools. of the New York schools has been so PropertiesOne
Copy for display and all oth.r hand-let
advertising. ...! bo handeo in at the business He devotes at some length a rec- much of a success that the service is A

office tao day of before the Sentinel publication.ant later This than rate z'applies p. m. ommendation dealing with county to be extended so as to reach several This is the forty-ninth of this wonderfu" A

to chance for rorftnrt .d.rtiJ..: it i. I finance. He says that every safeguard hundred more children in need. The series of SALES. The best sign of the A

-la.arial-sad will-be .tHetly adhere t.. should be thrown around the food is cooked and served by the do- marvellous merit of the event is not only

Snboeriben desiring The Sentinel d']<.>i>- county finances, that some countiesare mestic science department of the city of them is the pret- that it has endured but '
long that
tined should notify the office in writing on greater -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be I too extravagant, that taxes are schools. Several savings bank fail- tiest lake front location in and more enthusiastic crowds attend j A

continued until notice at to the stop regular is received subscription rate*. too high in some counties and that ures and the financial stringency the State of Florida, with each sale.

Telephone Numb r H I the tax burden should be minimized.To which has thrown many people out of large acreage and a most Trust us for keeping up your interest.

remedy this condition he suggests work has made the necessity even modern Every Saturday has its fresh bargain surprises 'A a

SATURDAY. MARCH 13, 1915. I that a law should be passed greater than usual in the eastern sec- dwelling.The its new values to startle and amaze.Here's .

'limiting the maximum millage which tion of the great city. other has a fine .

Have paid your taxes? The !can be levied for the various '
you purposes --oIt I grove, with modern improvements a few of the Sensations!
time is growing short, and if you have : and that no expenditures shall be is said that hundreds of Germans

not it behooves! made in a county in excess of the an- ,have made vows to eat no bread ex- I and worthy of FANCY AND DRESDEN RIBBONS

o nual revenue of that county unless Kriegs Brot any further improvements 100 bolts of some of the finest ribbons that have
cept or war bread
It is a good plan to pay as you go such expediture is first authorized bya ,long as the war continues. There area as desired. been on the are market simply this exquisite season,,and many many of the of themare combinations ,.

even if that necessitates remaining at vote of the tax payers. I great many English soldiers who These exclusive to ourselves widths from 4% to 6
much of the time.A I are high priced
home 0 :expect to compel the Germans to eat inches worth from 35 to 50 cents.

o SOMETHING: LACKING :"humble pie" as well as Kriegs Brot, properties, but they are Saturday 19 cents

modernized fool who had nothing Clearwater has set aside Friday, I before this cruel war is ended. both big bargains.
else to do made a new loopthelooprecord March 12, as tourist day. In the pro- -- CHENEY FOULAND SILKS

in Chicago recently. gram the name of that great impres- The foot and mouth disease is In pattern lengths of 10 yards, no two patterns
alike, all this season's and all exclusive
o designs
sario Willis Powell is not mentioned. of I.
respecter persons or The
Any team in Florida is extended a With Willis absent the tourists are dread disease recently broke out in a I to A ourselves.splendid range of designs to choose from t
invitation Orlando S. G. Dative & SonREAL
cordial to to
come sure to miss the greatest one ring herd of prize Guernsey cattle owned : every wanted color and e.i'ect in the magnificient
with the Barons.
and have a try I assortment.
performer in Florida with the possi by E. T. Gill, of Camden, N. J. The .
o Selling right along at $10.00\ the pattern.
ble exception of Rube Allyn of Sara- government agent promptly had the I.
You can always locate the underdog I ESTATENo. : Saturday; $7.98 for 10 :yards
sota. Then, too, the entertainment entire herd killed. Among them wasa
in a fight but when two cats
committee should instruct Powell to prize bull worth $12,000. The entire 3 WEST PiNE STREET
meet in mortal combat there is just a I WHITE SWISS EMBROIDERED VOILES
drag George Ade and Sewell Ford herd was valued by the owner at
Hun Imported direct by ourselves beautiful spot' ,
along to amuse and educate. $4 ,000, but Uncle Sam settled with Second Floor I. floral and other dainty designs on a dainty, sheer

o him for $42,750. I and fine quality of sheer voile.

Prohibition is making great stridesin UNLIKE FLETCHER.J. . : belling right along at $1.25 a yard.
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Minnesota and it is predicted that P. Clarkson scretary of the Flor4 4 Saturday, your choice 89 cents
before long the entire state will be I
ida State Good Roads Association, un-
dry territory.It i WHITE SPLASH VOILE
like Senator Fletcher
writes a letterto
o 10 of that fabric that 4I
i pieces more popular we
the Sentinel in which he "We
says: sold so rapidly two weeks ago only 350 yards.
is reported that several perfectly appreciate the power of the press and I Sold regularly at 35c., but not by us, our price
good poets have already been bounced we feel sure you are interested in the I 25 cents. %. .
from their jobs for falling down on work doing in while last
good we are promotinggood I Saturday, they 18'/jC
an acceptable rhyme for jitney.. roads in your section and all

o other parts of Florida. You are most Do You RealizeYour I CHILDREN'S RIPPPLETTE ROMPERSThe

The fellow who always complainsthat cordially invited to attend the annual time is rapidly approaching when the

the newspapers never tell the convention of the association at St. children won't le able to wear anything else, so
this price reduction should be doubly welcome and
truth will repeat lie he hears Petersburg, March 24 and 25." .
any appreciated, it will! be our loss certainly but we
without making an investigation as o Contract Sometimes 1 need the room utilized for another purpose.
About 25; dozen in all colors and combinations,
to its accuracy. Editor C. E. Howard, of the Orange Saves You From Bankruptcy ?
and from 2 years to 8.
o County Citizen that the commis-
Regular Price oOc. Saturday 39c.
The Malone that sion form of has
Telegram reports government provena .
Regular Price, 75c, Saturday 53c.
the city has 300 cases of grippe, but success so far in Orlando and that THEREFORE
Regular Price Soc. Saturday 59c.
admonishes the suffering ones that it Orlando is better governed and the
is still worse being in the trenchesand work is more effectively done and at It stands to reason that it should be cor- WHITE RIPPLETTE BOYS SUITS
all must take heart. less cost under the commission plan
Tunic and separate pants, all
o I than under the old aldermanic system. rectly drawn so that you can realize on ages.Vz Price

The crop report issued by the bureau I He says that he doesn't know how the it when you have a fire. It is as necessary -
of crop estimates has been pub- :plan would work in Tampa, but if the SHEETS !

lished for Florida. On Florida farmswe :principle is correct, and if it works as the examination of the title to your When we put these on sale before, we predictedthat

find more than three million bushels 'out in smaller cities, why not in many who bought in the morning, would be

of corn and one hundred and thir- larger? ji j pr.operty. back in the afternoon for more, our surmise was
thousand bushels of oats. i Q I II correct. Here's another chance for it to occur
ty-five I For Rates and other Information Call again.
0 The Saturday World published at

While we are sending money to the I Winter Haven is printed on pink pa- on or Phone Size 72x90, Regular 59c., Saturday 35c.
and devotes its entire back
Belgians and to the earthquake sufferers per pageto Size 81x90, Regular 59c ,Sattirday 55c
editorials. They stole the ideas
in Italy, suppose-suppose we i.
take the trouble to see if there is any for about ninety per cent. of their APRON CHECK GINGHAMS
editorials from Elbert Hubbard and .
real want right here at home. It of this
I' Another 25 pieces splendid quality good
could probably be found if looked for. we would suggest that they make an wearing Gingham, various sized checks of tan, .

Tarpon Springs Leader. arrangement with that apostle I brown green light blue, navy and black, all on
by the Philistine will be where-I' S. Y. WAY white grounds. Regular price 8 cents a yard.

o full each week in the World. I Saturday, 10 yards for 55 centsCHILDREN'S
The Ocala Star has a short story in !
o /
a recent .issue headed "Clean-up I
Neutrality is that ninth wonder of '! WASH DRESSES
Week," and reading further we find Insurance and Real Estate !
the world whereby we are said to Agent In Percale, Ripplette Gingham Chambray. In
another paragraph devoted to a new move forward by standing still. I a very fine range of stripes, checks, and plenty of
industry for Ocala, stating that two : plain colors. Age 4 to 10 jears.

new soap factories have come to that I I PHONE 172 Regular Price 50c., Saturday 25c.

city. From now on every week will Doctors j j'BiicknmsliT i, Regular Price 75c., Saturday 38c.

be a clean up week. I Regular Price $1.00, Saturday 50c.

0 & Bmndage( | i 1 Regular Price $1.30, Saturday 75c. .

I Regular Price $2.00 Saturday $1.00
The Florida Metropolis comes out in ,
a recent editorial for a better collection i I j N.B.-Anticipate fully your present and future t
law and says that doubtless Personal instruction under Dr. Still wants for this is the last time we shall offer them .
at Kirksville Mo. I so ridiculously low.
there will be a bill or perhaps several
132 S. Orange Ave. above Peoples
bills in the legislature this soring,
National Bank. Phone 578. t I TUB SILK SHIRTINGSFine
providing a better law for collecting Lf,
qualities all silk in dainty stripe effects -

just debts. It would have the pro-I''!'- 11111111' 111111111111111 tlllllI. . i I" " -. ..-;;I ;' c ;Ie'. ) Ii ' .-, ,-; . ... : of light and dark pure blue, green, tan brown, A
posed law modelled after one fink and black. 32 and 36 inches in width. Reg-
fective in Alabama.At ular values 75c. and 90c.

o Saturday 58 cents.

the recent Sarasota fire the "sis- '

terly love" existing between Florida THORNTON PARK LADIES' LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS FALL COAT

cities was proved when the Braden-
town fire department hastened to that We have a few light weight All Wool Coat Suits
that we have omitted to push before, but intendto
city to help extinguish the flames. is but Lake Eola the beautiful do so now, if price cutting is.any incentive
We sometimes wonder if Powell of a step to new play there should be no trouble in seeing the last of 1S s

Clearwater and Straub of St. them.In.
burg would ever show the peters-I ground of the city. navy and black only. Sizes 36, 38, 40.
Regular values were $16.00, $18.00, $20.00 to
on a like occasion. '

Orlando is certainly 0-being adver- Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice Saturday $4.50 1{

tised in Birmingham and throughoutthe lots now selling at low prices and special inducements t 1I

country generally because of the

Barons, who are in training here. offered to those who build this season.

The Barons have expressed themselves -

ment as and well courtesy satisfied accorded with the treat-them Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or DICKSON-IYfS CO. '

here. One who is qualified to speak ask dealer.TAYLOR I

tells the Sentinel that beyond a doubt your ,

, the Barons have the best facilities in

I Orlando of any baseball club now 1

training in Florida. This speaks well i .DEPARTMENT STORE.

for the management who engineeredthe .. ..
plan to bring the Barons here and

: it will\\ ultimately mean that Orlandowill & THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE I

be the baseball mecca of Florida.It .
- The Store of true service, of never-failing courI
: is
interesting to note that Texas
- tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
recently suffered a heavy snowstorm,
at right prices
and that the baseball players training ProprietorslltilllllMllllllirilMliMMMMmtllMinilllllllllllj A

in that state practiced with snowballs ORLANDO FLORIDA

on March ninth.


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Office telephone No. (179. Residence telephone No. 254 5 Cents

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR .. . . . . . . 9 4y Ss

March 13th. Orlando Life In TODAY'S PROGRAM Hn

3-Reels 3

.Saturday Paragraph Rex. Drama. "As the Wind Blows." n
Entre Nous Card Club; Miss "OUT OF PETTICOAT LANE" In 2 parts, with Herbert Rawlison,
Branch, hostess.Pennsylvania. Anna Little Wm. Worthington.Nestor. .
picnic. DEATH OF D. C. McNETTThe I "The Halfbreed," with \Vm.
8 p. m. -Suffrage address; Dr.Anna funeral of DeWitt Clinton Mc- A Selig Special eFature, Complete Clifford, :Marie Walcamp and Sher- II _
Shaw house. man Bainbridge.Five .i
; opera Nett, 67 years old, who died at For- cents to all.
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MRS. SHINN mosa March 10, was held yesterday? I in Two Parts.
AT HOME. morning in the chapel of the Hand ALWAYS APPROPRIATE-ALWAYS WELCOME 0

Mrs. Geo.yesterday L. Shinn afternoon was at home to a few informally Undertaking company, the Rev. Mr. I I :NEW OWNERS: is a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have many

of her friends, who spent the after Hickman officiating. Interment was Messrs. Sallas & Sallas have purchased beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs, such as water sets,
noon doing fancy work and exchanging in the Orlando cemetery. The deceased -I I the plumbing business of Sal- fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern

ideas. Cream, cake, stuffed dates leaves'a wife, son and "THE TAIL OF A COAT"A )ers & Brown, located on Court dishes, cologne bottles, powder and puff jars, etc., all specially
and coffee served late in the
afternoon. ter of Tarpon Springs, Fla. daugh-I street, and hereafter will conduct that priced. -A- .
reaved family was present at Selig Drama. business. The Sentinel knows that I
SATURDAY AUCTION eral, including many friends. this enterprising firm will make a suc- ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Mrs. Chalfant was hostess on Fri- cess. .clJ.
day to the Saturday Auction Bridge CRIMINAL COURT ADJOURNS t dill . .01:1. :
Club, which met a day ahead of time, Criminal court adjourned yesterday
as same of its members wish to at- following three cases, a conviction be- 1
tend the Pennsylvania picnic at Russell's "FOR HER PEOPLE"A
ing obtained in all cases. John L, LucerneTODAY
Point today. A delightful after-
Williams and Booker Miller receiveda
enjoyed by one.
noon was every
--0- sentence of $25 for drunkenness and Biograph Drama. i

DELIGHTFUL DUKE profane language; and Phillip Monroe : t with only pure white lead and Pure .,

HALL Mrs. PARTY.Rogers and Mrs. McCarron got two years, being convicted of : j linseed oil as a base. There arc ...

entertained the guests at Duke Hall stealing from Feinberg & Gore's i I y cheapening substitute, but not in -J

Friday evening with a "five hundred" store. All three were negroes. I C o the paints we sell. And let us teal
:t II
affairs weekly at I
These are
party. a'
it buy such
I @ you Pllr.to paints just
the Hall, each guest taking turn aboutas :I HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" THE GEORGEOUS MUSICALSPECTACLE
it to the best butter
hostess. Beautiful sweet peas I AT TOURIST HEADQUARTERS I DuR pays buy or
were used in decorating the living At the Tourist Headquarters tonight tvliiTl:' I freshest eggs.Orlando .
room. A first and second prize and a at 7:30 there will be a concert LEAD r'' i
consolation were given. Dainty refreshments THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT"An }AIN
were served. I which will consist mostly of old negro Paint & Wall Paper Co
- melodies and recitations. All are in-

UNIQUE WELCOMEFOR t vited. Seats free. A contribution oc. lOc. 205 S. Orange Avenue

DR. SHAW. I will be accepted for the Robert Hun-
The members of the Suffrage COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
league will motor down the Pine Cas- gerford school. Excellent Cast and Dazzling
tle road this afternoon to welcomeDr.
Anna Shaw to Orlando, as she is II :NEGRO WAS KILLED Chorus.
coming by auto from Lakeland. White MR. WEHLE WONT TELL US;
and yellow, the suffrage colors, wi'llbe Will Hopkins, 25 years old, a negro,
on each car, and all who are interested I was killed at Oakland yesterday YOU DO IT
are invited to join in and morning by Otto Rich, another negro, WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER

make her coming a great event. Dr. who is in jail, being arrested by Dep- Hundreds of curious people stood 1 '
Shaw will speak at the opera house Prices: Ever hear this before! Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
tonight. uty Sheriff Bass. before the large show windows of the Something new Something New I
- Yowell-Duckworth company Thursdayand Matinee, 25c., 50c., 75., $1. Try it. Ask About it. .
CHICAGO SCOTTISH RITE MASONS TO HOLD Friday and tried to earn $50. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
VISITOR.Mrs. Night, 50c., 75c., $1, $1.50.OSTEOPATHY. three or more .
CONVOCATION: : There is in that window
Edith L. Spencer of Chicago, Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
is visiting Miss Mayme Thornton for The spring convocation of the Scot- that has them all guessing. And it COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
several weeks, at her home on East tish Rite Masons, which will be held is none other than the famous me- POTATO SALAD

Jackson street.BASEBALL here April 7, 8 and 9, promises to be chanical wonder, Richard Leslie,
CAUSESPOSTPONEIENT.-0- the most successful ever conducted in known as Laughless Leslie. Mr. J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery

the valley of Tampa, and probablythe I Wehle, its manager, offers $50 to any DR. J. C. HOWELL I I i Phone 26

The bridge party to be given by most successful ever conducted in one who can make it laugh. lIe is in Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon _
Mrs. Straley on the seventeenth is I Kirksville Graduate I
the orient of Florida. of it.Ve don't
no danger losing Consultation Free
changed to Thursday, the eighteenth,
owing to the great game of ball that I Extensive preparations are being know whether it is alive or not, and i Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
will be played here the seventeenth made for the event. It is expected to I as Mr. Wehle won't tell us we will Hotel.
I I'hone 716 Residence 1018 Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
between the Philadelphia Americans bring together the largest number of have to wait until tonight when he Office ;
and the Barons. I I Orlando, Fla.
-0-- Masons that have ever attended sucha will expose it on the roof garden.

TCIIETTIIICKS.At gathering. Edward J. Keefe will Whatever it is, it is marvellous to
the home of the bride's parents, be director of work. The member- say the least. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. :Matchett in Pine .
ship committee is composed of WilmotR.
at Miss Kate
Castle. Thursday noon
Ruth Matchett and Mr. Herman Rosco Fitts, Riley McMasters: PhilipF. CHURCH SERVICES FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Hicks were united in the holy bondsof Taylor, Lewis A. Shoemaker and I 9

matrimony.The A. Moreno.. The public is invited to attend
was performed in the I
presence ceremony of the members of the fami- Masons who desire to receive the vices at Antioch Primitive Baptist Established 1886

lies and a few friends of the contracting Scottish Rite Masonry degree should I church Sunday, March 14. Rev. JohnJ.
parties Rev. Edward T. Poulson, make application to the secretary, F.
Steele, of Selma, Ala., is expectedto
the church of this
city pastor, officiating.The of Baptist. I. Archibald, or to some member of be present. Rev. Steele is well and
bride possesses many charms the order not later than April 5.- favorably known as a Gospel minister. CURTIS & O'NEAL

and graces of manner that endear her t Tampa Tribune. Covenant meeting at 3 o'clock p. m.
to a large circle of friends. The t
Preaching, communion and feet wash-
is from Titusville and is
groom very j
:NEW MOTOR TRUCK HERE at 8 o'clock. Rev. Steele will leave
popular among a hpst of friends. j I ing INSURANCE LOANS I
The Sentinel joins in extending: congratulations I t The new motor fire truck orderedin i with the pastor for Kissimmee on t

and best wishes for a February by the city council from Monday, where he will run a series of
life full of joy and happiness.
Immediately' after the ceremony the I I the American La France Fire Engine meetings. R. A. McCloud, pastor. ____ REA.L ESTATE RENTALS
happy couple left for the East Coast company, of Atlanta, has arrived in .

Titusville.and will make their future home at Orlando, and will be unloaded' in a Again we call your attention to the

few days, under the supervision of a
classified ads.
AT THE mechanic from, the Atlanta factory,
ALTAMONTE.A who will see that it is in perfect or- i I
delightful time is in store for all der, and will thoroughly test and "-
who attend the annual masqueradeball
to be held at the popular Alta- demonstrate it before leaving. WOOD
monte hotel, on Saturday evening: I For SaleHouse
March 13th. The hotel is still filled NOTICE OF MEETINGThe
with guests and a jolly time is antici- Missions Study Class of St.Luke's 52.00 Per Strand
pated. Quite a number from Orlando
Woman's Auxiliary will meet
and surrounding. country are planningto at the Chapter House on Monday afternoon Veneer CoresAT eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price
go up.NOW at 3:30 o'clock. Leader, Mrs.

Plaisted. ALL TIMES
, IS THE TIME to take sew- Program: $4500.00. A bargain.
ing lessons and make up your spring Topic, Bishop Homer; :Mrs. Cobb. Orlando Wood Yard
and summer clothes. :Miss Echols is Topic History of the Woman's Auxiliary I
responsible for fit and style of alldT'sses ; Mrs. Mann. : B. W. Kin sley, Proprietor
made under her. Cutting and
Readingw"An Interview With Yuan- PINE STREET AND It. R.
fitting done for those who wish to Shi-Kai;" Mrs. Vivian. Telephone 34i -
sew at home. Room 41. Watkins Hostesses: Mrs. "Woodruff Mrs. 9-30
block. After office hours, Willola Abernethy, Mrs. Carl Robinson. I' . .1..1'.1.,1111111111111.11.111111111..1111..11.1.1..1..1.1 . . .1. . ..
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, At New Low Prices 1

, r KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES Establishing a New Standard of Tire ValuesSize j

6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3K INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tobec )

30x3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
7,500 i MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 x 3th ________$11.60 12.20 2.70 ,

5,000 :MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85
6,000IlLES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 1 i

36 x / ________$27.35 28.70 5.20 .

Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25 i;

to tire troubles If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. J

We Have a Service Station. All j

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I I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. San Juan Garage Company | j

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave ,

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CUT PRICESTO FOR per SALE-Best Colony for sale truck at farm a bargain in Pros-if 1-ii niher I;tths: and Shingles

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
WANTSThe 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
2-19-d&wk-lmo r .Y
Morning Sentinel Want

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. ORT-AJSTDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. Also furnished or unfurnished
Brick Road. houses for summer rental. Price and .
Terms Cash in Advance.: terms reasonable.. H. Eaton, own-
5 Room House, close in. Easy er, 215 South Main street, opposite
RATES Methodist church. Phone 99.
Terms. For One Day _-____________25t 2-27-lmo*
For Three Days ____________50c: Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and;Perfection Limeyeuroii
1 Lot in Highland Grove.. For Six Days ----______.....75c: I SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY
For One Month ____________$2.50 LANDSOn "
2 Lots, Concord ParkSeminole This rate applies on all ads of the Gulf highlands of the fam-
25 words or less. If the ad con- ous Sarasota Bay district, South Flor- ...
Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
will be one cent per word for pers of grapefruit and oranges;heavy
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 the c... ; r: ;.
We will do business on any of ; the office telephone No. 24. Ac- gulf; pure water from flowing artesian :. /;; W.fiJ; lCW
counts opened by telephone will be wells; this proved and tested
the above.
payable the following day. land, close to transportation, sur-
rounded by prosperous groves and
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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 follow. This special offeris KIN LAID allSNOBENOrlando's
Watkins Block PHONE 504 FOR SALE not to speculators, but ot those ll

--...- who will actually develop the land.
Exceptionally fine class of residents
FOR RENT Second story flat to
coming in.
-For FineWATCH rent, by the year, with bath and Write today for full information.
CLOCK and lights Apply to 210 Palmetto street. and
Ml-Ct* SARASOTA-VENICE CO., Largest Cheapest
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.
FOR RENT-House, opposite lake;

call on C. VATER whois six rooms with bath; range; hot FOR SAI.ETerms FURNITURE HOUSECor.
and cold water; garage; reasonable to Suit Purchaser:
rent within 15 minutes walk of business
an at this trade ; -
expert Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
with experience inei.section. Address M, care 3113t'FOR Sen- in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on t
many years brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1021I Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
SALE New modern house six
at_ Youngs Repair Shop ; rings, or white II. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
rooms and bath; a bargain at $2,000f No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH sold by April 1. R. J. Waldron,
ontractor and builder, 4 West South 214Imo'I I
street. 3-ll-3t -------- -- - --
FOR SALE-Several young cows, r
fresh and fine. Wm. II. Behrens, FOR RENT-Three large rooms, with
Clarcona, Fla. 3-7-Gt-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.
at the Florida Real 3-7-6t* Clearance Sale
Bargain. Inquire
Church St., Davis & McNeil: Bldg.,
Estate and Investment Co., above Peoples -
Phone 419.Pure. National Bank. 3-7-6t* FOR RENT Small fiat, modern conveniences .
unfurnished. Jas. A
FOR SALE-A good comfortable Knox. 11-3-tf
home for small family; garden OF

rowing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM:
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion to adults only. 409 Delaney street. z
Florida avenue. 3-7-lmo IO-25-tf

FOR berry SALE-Income farm; crop goes producing with straw-place; WANTED Ga.s Heaters :

Honey bring returns on your investment at NTED-One or two unfurnishedrooms
once and will continue for four
; must be close in and rea-
months. Will sell or exchange for sonable. Address R. A., care of Sen-
city property. G. F. Foster, Star I tinel. 3121t'WANTEDTo
r Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-12-6t*

: FOR exchange good citrus Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
SALE-In Concord Park bar-
; a
50x150 gain;, two-story house; two lots, I dition land; for no an junk automobile considered.in good Address con- ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
Calumet > improved; some fruit trees. Box 717, Orlando. 3-11-31

411- -W.-Amelia-avenue.-3-10-6t--* WANTED-Want to buy small home, out during the month of March at the following prices:

FOR' SALE-A good work horse; not far out with trees and shrub-
Baking guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- bery must be neat and attractive and .
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. ;
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo cheap. Describe fully with price and $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
number. Address Northerner, care:

Powder FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story Sentinel. 3-7-61
6.50 Heaters for 5.20
cottage, seven rooms and bath, For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
modern conveniences, ,
roomy porches
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
r 2-23-tf 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
LOST-A number plate, 2

CARUTHERS & GORE FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully with covers, on road between Geneva Heaters for 2.80
and Orlando, Tuesday afternoon. Re- 3.50
equipped A ; speedometer, Presto tank, ward if left at the Sentinel office. I
bargain. Act quick. Call at
Address. A. B. Johnson, P. O. Box 454.
Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf

N New Modern G Grocery .FOR SALE Story & Clark upright No.Take of Plate your 5478.Kodak films to 3-ll-3tc Robinson. BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle 3-3-tf
Weeks in the recent contest will be .
Phone 200 sold for benefit of Baptist church ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate
Building fund. Piano may be seen sleeping car from Orlando to Washington -
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. : commencing March 17. Leave

Weeks, 10 Washington street. Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -
6 and 8 East Pine St. 1-13-tfc nights, on train No. 82. This

car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m.

FOR SALE-Five in A-l condition passenger; chez touringcar for 3-6-tf ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO;

cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, BUYERS AND SELLERSI

'05; East Central. avenue. Phone 696. buy, sell rent, and charge real] ,
ar1alldoshiogtoo 1-4-tf estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., '
over 30 years. Have handled over GAS .
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock $20,000,000. Call and see m.
and tools, best farm in county; va- 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and ,
DRAWING ROOM Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- strawberries, phone II. McDaniel, "
er. 1-16-tfc I' -u____ ____ _______
708.; Parties coming to the garden
Sleeping Car for vegetables will be given low Established 1870
JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of prices. 2-20-lmo
the most important items in success-- R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
ful growing of fruits and vegetables. An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free Finlej's Pioneer r Paint & Wall PaperStore
First Car on March 16 Talk with II. C. McDaniel. He has at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf 132 Park Place, New York
made a success of growing both. He Wholesale Dealers and Commission
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" Umbrellas recovered and repaired
VIA brand. His experience is worth some- "while you wait," at Young's Repair Merchants: in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected

thing 2-26-lm to*you. Phone 708. Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
a Atlantic Coast Line
FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Standard Railroad of the South Drug Store. 3-4-2wks Liberal advances made on con-

Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. FOR SALE ,
E. Cocnran, President.T.
75 acres suitable for citrus culture Orlando Country Club L. Turney, Treasurer. PIONEERHONE
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand I and truck farming, bordering on a
pretty lake and has one-half mile Telephone No. 249. 1-22-2m

SaturdaysLeaving .I frontage on the Orlando to Sanford PHONE 646 61 Corner Pine and Court
brick road, this frontage being adapted -
for nice home sites; could be subdivided -
Orlando on Train 82, into -10
plots 60x200 It Is Time
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri- feet each, leaving about 60 acres for AUTO FOR HIRE
days and Saturdays.For citrus fruits and truck farming; five
minutes walk to railroad station, To Plant Vines FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
Reservations and Tickets stores, hotel, school and churches.:
call on A. C. L Local Ticket When you consider location and good BARNARD & SON
Agent. transportation facilities with other Bignonia The 1ar3et
advantages the property's real valueis 17 Hughey Street Jrlando. Fla.

$7,500. It is owned by a VinestaBougainvillea 12-10-iiu OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
dent who needs money He non-resi-I
izes me to sell it for $ I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI

ever buys this property gets a bar- FRESH AND SALT MEATS

gain.E. C. For Young further, room particulars 10, McNeill, call on& Palms and Ferns Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions

and Davis building, corner Church street I' Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
Orange avenue. Orlando. CHIROPRACTOR
1-31-tfc and pure.

VIOLET graduate Davenport College, 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc- DELLGARDEN 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
DR. L H. RAMSDEUJ( everything in the Meat Line
tion, nor any city lots outside of 209. Intelligent people everywhere I
OPTOMETRIST the corporation, though I have some are being restored to health by chiro-
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE splendid building lots near Lake Eola, practic adjustments, the new scienceof JH. 1tI. Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES nd they will be priced on their mer- removing the cause of disease. Elimination -I
its. See the owner and save commis- J. H. CARUTHERSPhone free. 12-24-lmo PHONE NO. 80 PINE
AND DO ALL KINDS OF ".,.... H C. McDaniel. Phone 708. STREET
OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-26-lmo 509. 40S South Lake St. Don't overlook the want ads. J

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Briefs i ton, held the record for ladies, landing f ft | Drennen Notes ,
Newsy 16 t and 7 pound bass. Mr. S. Smith .1
and Clarence Bee each landed a 6
From OaklandOakland pound bass. Drennen, Fla., March 10.-Mrs.

Fla., March 10.-Mrs. P. Some improvements have been made Brewer, who was called here by the : $ J Reward
F. Buckmaster left Thursday for At- recently in and about town, signalling illness of her father-in-law, Mr. Eugene 50.00 :
while be- Brewer, will return to her homein
lanta, where she will stay a the arrival of spring. Among themwe
fore returning to her home at Colum- note that Methodist parsonagehas West Virginia this week.
bus, Ohio. been painted; Mr. Vick has had Mr. and Mrs W. E. Dewar have
Mesdames Hickman. Query Stein- his house reshingled, and cement moved from the Anderson place to

. bock, and Petris attended the third I walks laid, and Mr. F. F. Cross is the Humphries place. To any one who can make it laugh !
Mr. and Mrs. George Knapp, of
day's meeting of the Flying Squadron having his house painted.
at Orlando, on Wednesday by Baxter Brock left Sunday for a Waverly, N. Y., who were visitors
the kindness of Mr. J. E. Petris. ten days visit to his wife and babyat here last week have gone to Daytonaand
Cards are out announcing the birth Midway, Tenn. will spend another month in the
of a little daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Bee and C. L. Bee, of De- South before returning home.R. .
Baxter Brock, March 1, at Midway troit, are recent arrivals at the hotel. II. Stone, of Wallingford Conn.,
Tenn. Mr. J. R. McDonald, the manager, re- is the guest of Mrs. Nathan B. Stone. ..
Cordis Thurman returned to his ports that the Oakland will be filledto Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Dewar will en- Don't fail to see

home in Jefferson Ga.. after spendingthe its capacity this week.Pinecastle tertain the Young People's Reading
winter with his sister Mrs. W. A. Club, Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McMahan, Mrs.
Wilkes. He has gone to take chargeof
his father's farm, his brother be- ItemsPine W. E. Tew, and Mrs. N. B. Stone au-

ing in poor health. We are sorry to toed to Maitland Thursday.Bert Richard LeslieKnown
. lose him from the community. Castle, Fla. March 10.Mrs.R. Humphries, pitcher for the
. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cook, Mrs. An- M.\ Sparkman, of Jacksonville, has Chicago Cubs, who are training at
syl Palmer and little Helen took a been the guest of her brother Mr. Tampa, spent Sunday with his family

sight seeing trip to Tampa last week Paul Macy, and family and is now here.Mrs.
it being their first trip to the West visiting relatives in Orlando. William Smith and daughter,
Coast. Mrs. John Barr, of Mansfield Ohio, of West Central avenue, Orlando, and as
Coy Hewitt and wife, from North with her daughter, Miss Laura and Miss Bailey and Mrs. Poole, of New
Carolina are visiting this week with her sons, Messrs. Lloyd and John, Jr., York city called on friends here Sat-
their brother A.R.* Hewitt, and fam- are the guests of her daughter :Mrs.P. urday.
M. Shannibarger.Miss The Young People's Reading Club, 'C
ily.Mrs. Hattie Moore, of Formosa, is Hazel Bennett returned home of the Lake Jennie Jewel Union Sun- LesIk"The
over this week with her daughter, this week from a visit with relatives day school, will meet March 26 with Laughless
Mrs. Joe Neel, to help care for the I at Camden, N. J. Archer Braddock. A book social will
children, who are sick with bad colds. I. Rev. Henry Slater left Tuesdaywith take the place of the social hour and ;
Mr. C. W. Johnson of Philadelphia, Mr. R. C. Rollins for his home books for the Sunday school can be
i arrived here'ast week from Crystal I in Charleston, W. Va. Mr. Rollins, given at that time. The one present- '
River lie has been an annual visitor : who has been stopping at the Lake ing the most books will be given a' Mechanical Wonder in

for about seven years, save one, and View Inn, has been sick quite a while prize. .
has many friends who are glad to wel- and decided to return home. "A Living Magazine," full of local

come him. He is accompanied by a Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Haigwood hada hits, and something new in this locality the Large Window at
friend from Cincinnati. new daughter arrive at their home will be presented here in the .

Grace Husband gave a party in lately. This is the fourth Miss Haig near future. Committees have been .
and rehearsals will .
appointed commence !
honor of her twelfth birthday. About wood.
from here will attend the at once. Many of the young
twenty-three children were present. I Several I d
lecture Dr. Anna Shaw in Orlando people will take .part and a treat is
They spent the afternoon playing by
games and had a merry time, all wish- Saturday evening. in store for those attending. a

happy ing their returns little of hostess the day.many .more ITALIAN: WARSHIPS EN: ROUTETO Jennie The Ladies'Jewel Sunday Auxiliary school of.the was Lake or- THE HI G STORE 7r I r

e TURK WATERWAY ganized Friday afternoon at "The 7
The Junior Epworth League a
gave Oaks," the home of Mrs. N. B. Stone. 7
sale of ice cream, peanuts and home-
made candy in the park on Saturday Geneva, via Paris.-The Tribune Mrs. Stone was chosen chairman and
Mrs. Arthur Lemmon secretary pro
Vienna that
it has learned from
evening for the benefit of a little says j
I several Italian have to tern. Plans for raising money were j
the warships put
crippled girl at Enterprise orph-
bound for the Darda- discussed and the first Thursday of
anage. About four dollars and fifty sea probably
nelles. each month was chosen as the date
cents was realized. We hope they
for meeting. Mrs. Arthur Lemmonwill
will be successful in their efforts as
CONTRACTORR. be the hostess for the April meet- .
. it is j
a worthy case.
very ing, and all ladies of the neighborhoodare
Mrs. S. Smith and daughter Mrs. N. SEYMOUR the man to see
invited to join the organization.
Ferguson, of Indianapolis, who have',before letting contract, if you are going -
to build and want the best Officers chosen were Mrs. Bert Hum
been spending a week at Daytona, house
possible for money invested.P. phries, president; Mrs. J. W. Pace, Thursday 10 .to 11.30 a.m 3 to4.30fp.rn.
have returned to Oakland for the balance O. Box 195. LPhone 478. vice-president; Miss Greta Frint, Miss ,
of the season. 2-18-1moc
I Lillian Barnum, secretaries; Mrs.
The fishing the past week has been
Spencer Braddock, treasurer; Miss
the best of the Some I Kodak finishing left atRobinson'sStudio
big catches have been made by very the !: next day.will be ready at 5 o'clock 3-3-tf the Margaret Lemmon, chairman entertainment : Friday, 10 to 11.30 a. m., 3 to 4.30 p. m.
committee; Mrs. W. E. Dear -
guests of the hotel. Mrs licit of I
\ chairman social committee.
Fort Wayne and Mrs. Pope of Bos- I
The want ad.'s the thing. Eighty-nine attended the Sunday

--- school a splendi Sunday daddress morning by, J.and F.listenedto McKinnon Saturday, 9.30 to 10.30 a. m., 3 to 4 p.

Opera :aOu..SE3MARCH :: instruction., county superintendent Next Sunday of Joseph public m. 7.30 to 8 p. m. .

Guernsey, of Orlando, will be the ,
17 speaker. A great effort is being madeto
obtain books for a Sunday school

library and gifts of one book or more Mr. Wehle its will it on
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDABLgLa will be very acceptable. Mr. Guern- manager, expose

sey will present the first book Sun-

GREATER MINSTRELS% ones' I Ufi a r: m day. the Roof Garden Saturday night.

Prices 50c., 75c-, 51.00 NOTICE FROM TIlE FLORIDA
Seat Sale at Butt's 9 a. m. Tuesday. LEAGUEThe

League Florida, from its Growers'headquarters and Shippers'at Or- Wrne Wil1 Y urself: $$2O

lando Railway, Fla-, announces recently that filed the with Southern the- .

Interstate Commerce Commission
The Orlando Meat MarketT. a
tariff, taking effect March 3, which
provides back-haul privileges necessary
A. YANCY. Manager
to get car load shipments of citrus

, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice termed fruits out of "what is commonly

Florida and Western Meats The charge"pockets.for this out of route ROOf GARDEN THEATRE ETO4 NIGHT
service has ben made uniform with

Oysters, Fifth, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. those of the Seaboard, Coast Line and
numerous other Southeastern rail-
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders roads, namely: $10.00 per car for each .
one hundred miles or fraction thereof.
PHONES Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 The League also has received advice -
\Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SUHammond
.. from the Central of Georgia rail-
way that that line had recently placed Universal Special Serial. 2 Reels. Ball, LCCEEI
instructions with W. E. Renneker,

, r- compiler of the Florida OrangePineapple "
$rtu Tariff, to include it with the "MASTER KEY, No. 11.
list of railways permitting backhauling -
I in connection with reconsigningof

& Gore basis citrus shown fruits above.under the uniform L-Ko Comedy. Ritchie.! Orlh Bergman j

With the addition of these railwaysto "
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. the arrangement, Florida shippers .
should be considerably relieved from 1
the disadvantages that have confronted -
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES them in these "pocket" markets Imp Drama. HeNy"THE :


provide the q 1.1v.c>t'fmmtuie. that has long League Florida has made Growers'arrangements and Shippers'with I Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, 5c. and lOc.TowellDiickwortli .

been accepted by know, ...,,,itllre buyers a* the the Tampa Photo and Art Supply !
standard of merit l It! ;.- .rlle is here it i is pood. company to have moving picture I -......... Iif
It uouldn't l>e here \..otf ocSerwise.Vcct \ make j fim: made, showing all of the different I
f thipoint i too cleari': >v nt '\1 f the ountl:1': on stouc9I ;, phases of the citrus canker eradi '
I 01 MIluixir.t,t "v aid t h.. s much to ny IMIJ T.U I. i :tion work.i f ] Co
t ; -_ --- ---- i T!- purpose of this is educational.
I J Not\.;ithstrndLng the considerable
( ; ,
Mc\'ELL:! (1i'.;.; : a... :;LCCK, ?: j amoutn of 'publicity that has been

Cor. Oranoc Ave. .vifl ''mrcli SI. Orlando, [Ia.S :,' civen to this disease, it is really surprising Orlando's Largest: Store. "Quality Did It." t -
the lack of knowledge the av-
\ e-t'-ire citrus grower in Florida has 1
.. ,
S .- i, regarding the details of the work. i -

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i f Mr. J. II. Vick left last evening for
( Winter Haven on a business mission.
r f s

Mr. and Mrs. W. Mather-Smith motored
E over from Oakland yesterdayand
spent the day in the city.

Jr r Mr. E. N. Holt, a prominent busi- /I\ _
ness man of Green Cove Springs, is $
in Orlando visiting his daughter, Mrs.E. .
Safest Here in Town W. Lott. _

Mr. John Sheedy, the popular rep-
The person who has money coming: into hand about resentative of the Cheek-Neal Coffee
Jacksonville, spent -
company '
this time of year has two open courses to pursue:- in Orlando working the trade. ISD

f The money can be sent out of town for investment, /
Mrs. W. B. Vandergrift, of Atlanta,
1 or it can be placed at interest in this bank. '
r Ga.. who has been the guest of Mrs. STATEMENT
Lee, 301 West Church,
returned -
[ To your judgment we leave the question of whether Joseph
home afternoon.
Condensed statement rendered the ERN
money sent away is safer than placed here in the form as to Comp-

of a Certificate of Deposit, bearing 4 per cent, and Mrs. Lotz and Mrs. Owen, who have troller of the Currency, :March 4th, 1915
been spending the winter in Orlando, -l-
baring behind it the known record of this Bank for left yesterday for their home in Belleville RESOURCES

; strength and stability. We believe your verdict will Ill.
LOANS ______$354,214.73
; ---------------------------------
be "Safest Here in Town.*
: .
Mr. J. C. Clendening, who has been 60.82 ---
spending the winter in Orlando, left STOCKS 1,200.00U. s;: ..-= 4.
yesterday for his home in Geneva, S. BONDS 31,000.00
Indiana.Mr. OTHER BONDS 16.035.16.
The State Bank REAL ESTATE, BANK BLDG., VAULT, ETC ___ 36,823.77 :::: - -
ith CASH AND IN BANK ___________ '
1 1of J. J. Gerard, of Kansas City, ---------------- :
i Mo., is a guest at the Wyoming and ,.-..:--:;;;
will spend several days taking in the $ ,006566,186s01.7s 26

Orlando sights of Orlando.Mr. Ei; LIABILITIES s-

and Sirs. Geo. W. Hayes, of e CAPITAL -________________________________ 50,000.00 -
lu l Chicago, are enjoying a visit to Orlando -. .'' SURPLUS ___,___ _____________________________ 12>)00.00 "_ ; .-
and while here are making 4: UNDIVIDED PROFITS ______ ________________ 8,598.58 "
t- their home at the San Juan. '- ,' DIVIDENDS UNPAID _______ ____________ 8.00 +r J

tt RESERVED FOR TAXES ---. ----_______________ 293.89
t Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rawlins are : + CIRCULATION -------_______ 21.00.00\> =-- :
Yt1 prominent Illinois people arriving in f ;<< DEPOSITS -----------_______ __::::::::::::::::j 913.785.79 "
f Orlando yesterday for an indefinite
They from Evanston TOTAL ______ -
1 sojourn. are ------------------------------ $1,006,186.26
and are registered at the San Juan. .1 6.

Dr. and Mrs. W. N. McChesney and :
1I daughter were among the arrivals at DEPOSITS i-

the San Juan yesterday. They are MARCH 4, 1912 I______________$ 81,201.02 ';;:;.;":';::
I from Chicago and expect to remain in MARCH 4, 1913 _____ ___________ 152,917.35 ;...., ,
this section for several days. MARCH 4, 1914 u___. __________ 320.747.75 .- .p-,. --,.::
I -pa MARCH 4, 1315: _____ ___________ 913,785.79 .. ,__ '
Mrs. M. E. Livingston, who has t
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ,\. ,.
--- -- ----- -- Smith, at their home, 208 West Cen- -
tral avenue, left yesterday afternoonfor Your account solicited and appreciated .

S Sliecial i l nClll n nati n Tlli W k have J.Vining A.been Touche,visiting Ga. and Mr.daughter F. L. Helms, who, PEOPLES NATIONAL( 3JAWK. .[..Jr____

of this city, for the past three weeks, It' :.:.':".
returned to their home in McDonough, ( jjjjjjjljf "It is a pleasure to servo you."

Ga., yesterday. t'SsFORAGE
Transients registering at the San
Juan yesterday include T. M. Magru- GROCERY COMPANY
der, Baltimore; J. T. Southgate, New I I
WICKLESS York; Jas. E. Cooke, New York city, Offer for Saturday only, the following .
and W. E. Jenkins, North Carolina.Mr. : '

1,000 Ibs. Armour "Star" hams at
and Mrs. L. A. Hawley, accompanied -
18c. lb.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hawley, per ::5
motored to Tampa yesterday, where Fine breakfast bacon at 22c. per lb.
they will spend several days visiting Picnic shoulders, Armour cured, 50c.
relatives and friends and enjoyinglife. to 75c. each.
We have been selling Oil Cook Stoves for many years. We Dry salt white bacon, lOc. to 14c.per .

have-sold all kinds of oil stoves; we have tried out wicks, valves, Ib.
t Mr. and Mrs. J. F.:Bain, of Gloucester Smoked bacon 15c. to 18c. per lb.
and the automatic lever principles-and now we have found The Mass., who are spending the winter Boiled ham, 35c. per lb. I .

Florence Oil Stoves, made without valves or wicks. We honestly at Daytona, came over to Orlando Frankfurters, 20c. per lb. '
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Minced ham, 18c. per lb. % '
t believe this type of oil stove is the best. That is why we push Coast Line. They will be here a few Best full cream butter, 33c. to 40c. *

t them. They combine absolute safety, cleanliness, ease of handling days sightseeing.Mr. per Oleomargarine lb. butter, 20c. per lb.

and the intensest heat applied to cooking that is possible and Mrs. S. B.lorgan and Snowdrift lard, large pails, $1.00.
Grits and meal, 9 Ibs. for 25c.
with oil fuel.
daughter, Miss Adelaide, of Williams- Tomatoes, 75c. per dozen.
port, Pa., are added to the long list Corn, 3 cans for 25c.
We are sure these distinctive Florence features will appealto of Keystoners who are located in Or- 1 doz. tall Pet or Van Camp cream
lando, having arrived yesterday over for 95c. PAGE AND SHAW
you. the Atlantic Coast Line. 1 doz. small Pet or Van Camp

1. Handsome apearance. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers, of De- cream Best oats 45c. $2.35 per sack.
2. Highest power per burner. catur, 111., are recent arrivals here. Corn, $1.95 per sack.
3. No wicks to bother with. They will be here for a couple of Molasses feed, $1.75 to $2.00 per Candies
weeks. This is their first trip to this sack.
4. No valves to
clog leak.
or section and they were surprised to Cotton seed meal, $1.45 per sack.
5. Once lighted will run at full without further find such Orlando. sack.
power a place as Chicken feed, $2.30 per "
attention. We have over 3.000 pounds of different Phone 20 "We'll deliver it.

6. Simplest possible to handle. llrs.Iaria Rogers, who has been varieties of salt and smoked
left meats which will be sold at a very
7. Exceptionally and visiting Mrs E. T. Poulson yes-
strong durable.
terday afternoon for Winter Haven, close price.
8. Extra large tank, (holding full gallon). where she will spend a few days be- We also have the Red Bliss and the
9. Unbreakable glass front to tank (showing quantity of fore returning to her home in Bluff- No. 4 Rose seed potatoes. McELROY'S PHARMACY
oil). ton, Indiana. Come and give us a trial.

We don't want to give too many of the good points of the Mrs. A. \\'. Abrams and son, Mr. Phone 638. 21 W. Church St.
Florence Stove. You Harry Abrams have arrived in Or- 3-12-2tc I
will discover
others when you have used lando from Baxter Springs, Kansas, ------- -
and expect to make this city their I = .
home for a while. They are locatedat
one.Oscar 24 West Pine street.

tled man of education and refine-
ment seeks a position as traveling
I companion and nurse. Has had a
WEST PINE long experience in attending the sick MARCHOne ; \ -
and afflicted. Best references can be
given. Address T. A. N., Sentinel .
office. 3-13-6tc lesson ; :
.mini important emphatically -
** llrs.Ymiire McDonald, Mrs. A. taught by the. I
W. Tipping, and Miss Letta Million,
Give accompanied by Messrs. Robert L. Gil- .
t. Your Wife a bert and J. A. Bowen, were in the city "Month of Storms"is : c.y
t yesterday. They had been to Lake- '
land to attend the Woodmen of the "
1 World convention and were en route to for P f
Good Watch 1 their home in Jacksonville. They the necessity prepara- .

,, made the trip in their large touring tion. A ,

r It and see how it will harmonize the workings of your car. tj
:Mrs.: Eric Holmes arrived in Orlando Savings Account
household. last evening from Miami, and is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a decorative Bumby at their home, 417 Boone often stands between the pos- ,
street. :Mrs.: Holmes will be pleasantly -
the of life.
piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand remembered in Orlando by many sessor storms
friends as Miss Louise Jaudon, having Surplus dollars placed in a
laid away the rest of the time. Every one of resided in this city for some years !
our with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Jau- I

large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepers don. Savings Account s '

a practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciate TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY o '
in this institution accumulate
I and use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or 1.
WANTED young colored man rapidly and earn dividends at
Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold with good capabilities wants a posi-
the of 4 ._
tion as butler or janitor with good rate per cent. '_ _
filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 upT.D.EVANS private family, going North or'remaining f
in Orlando. References fur-
nished. Call St. John's Mission corner -
Pine and ,
Terry. 3-13-St

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in new 011311110 B Bauk &
Trilsi C

those summer modern staying; kitchenette home for; very the late if reasonable desired.season and for 14 n t CoMpally :

East Amelia avenue. 3-13-3t*

JEWELER LOST-Between San Juan hotel and J
my home, auto top cover. Please
return to L. A. Beeman, San Juan .. t
I hotel. 3-13-6t ..-
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