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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 14, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00508
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1915. NUMBER i27.

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LOSSES TO BRITISH SHIPPING DEATH OF MRS. S.R. S. ( COLD MURDER AND CRIME

OPENING ENORMOUS OF WAR SINCE FLASHED OVER THE WIREANOTHER SP AIN URGfS U..S.IOGIVE T [


I 24 VESSELS LOSrlTHEBtOCKAOETwentyseven R. KIRKIVOODI i -- I

; GEORGIA TR.tGEDYWaj I CAPTURE OF TRAIN: ROBBER I II
I BETTER PROTECTION TO T THE f
I -cross, Ga., :March 13.Goingon I Savannah, Ga., March 13.-W. J.Groke .
Fishing Vessels i a Volunteer of America workerin '
a rampage ith a shotgun after a
YESTERDAY I this city, who, came here from New
Have Also Been DestroyedBy minor quarrel, Henry Beatenbaugh
Orleans ARRESTED TODAY
WAS
Submarines and INSTANTLY: : KILLED W. II. HUNTER : I AS A FORMER ILLINOIS: CENTRAL : AINIARDS IN MEXICO CITY

Mines WAS BELOVED WOMAN: OF ,SERIOUSLY WOUNDED SAMUEL '' CONDUCTOR WHO, ON
BRADY, AND: KILLED hIMSELF JULY 4, 1913 HELD UP AND:
EIGHTY-TWO YEARS- ROBBED AN: ILLINOIS: CENTRAL = I
March 13. Seventy British -
London
Dickinson
at 29 miles west' of
merchan ships have been sunk by PIONEER RESIDENT I TRAIN near Batesville) :Miss: while" CONDITIONS ARE GETTING
Waycross.
German submarines, according to an his accomplice, P. E. Tabor, is being W. W.* ROSE SELLS
WORSE THAN EVER IN
Beatenbaugh started out to kill
i official announcement from the admi- I I held at Huntsville) Alabama waitingthe
WIFE OF LATE SHERIFF KIRK IIOOOI !
ralty tonight. I Willie Christian a sawyer employed capture of Crowe.Crowe MEXICAN CAPITALCARRANZATOFOTECTAMERICANS
ships lost before the in a mill, who hid, and came into was INDICTED: BY A FED-
Forty-six were I
German blockade declaration and 24 They Celebrated Golden Wedding I Waycross with, the news of the trag- ERAL GRAND: JURY BUT MADE "THE RIPPLES"FOR
have been sunk since then. Forty- I in Orlando Thirteen edy. All of the parties were white., HIS ESCAPE BEFORE TRIAL. I .
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seven fishing vessels have been sunk.

The seven admiralty British tonight merchant: announcedthat vessels Years AgoFuneralThis Afternoon PINECASTLE HAS B. OF T. NO GAMEV E YESTERDAYBaronsBrooklyn $$40,000 Note Mexican From State Chief Department Says He to

had been attacked by the enemy's ,
submarines since March 10. Mrs. Naomi Josephine Kirkwood, i Must Protect
Progressive Citizens Organize Game at Day-
Of these two
are reported officiallyto
widow of the late S. R. Kirkwood, PURCHASE PRICE WAS BETWEEN Americans'Vashington
have been sunk, two escaped in a j Trade Body in That Town tona Called Off on Accountof
died afternoon after a lin- II
condition after attackedbut yesterday I $35,000 AND
sinking being Friday Night-"Watch Cold Weather-Will March 13.-These are
their loss has not been confirmed gering illness. Mrs. Kirkwood was I "
Us Grow! Play Today $15,000 the latest developments in the Mex-
three were attacked but not sunk. drawing near the close of her eighty- j -

On seven ships two lives have been second year: She: was a woman of II I Pine Castle, Fla., March 13.The I Daytona, Fla., March 13.-Special( ican situation:
lost and one is missing. ROSEHASSOLO$150OOOPROPERTY$ I informs this that
Spain
person government
II rare physical and mental strength and I citizens of Pine Castle met Friday to Sentinel.-The) Barons arrived .
UP to the time of the death of J. A. I tired and dusty about 2 o'clock and I since the killing of McManus, an
Full of How evening at the office of the Pine Cas-
Was Sunk
Story Frye Kirkwood, sheriff of this county, .were immediately housed at the Aus- In the Since December 1Mr. American citizen, TilE CONDITIONSIN
Washington, March 13.The state I :tie Realty company and organized the County
showed no weakness from age. Soon tin hotel. MEXICO CITY HAVE BECOME
department now has a full story of followed the sudden death of Mrs. I Pine Castle Board of Trade. There The trip was only accomplishedafter -: Rose Made Sale to
WORSE THAN EVER, and an urgent
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how the Frye was sunk by the Ger- Walker. The unexpected taking awayof was a good number present and all numerous hardships, such as New Jersey Parties for
cruiser Eitel. has been made of the United
request
man
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these two beloved children broughtto blow-outs, and wheels
were enthusiastic in boosting this punctures, fly-
The next step to be taken is to sub- Mrs. Kirkwood such a nervous I "ing off the automobiles furnished for All-Year HomeMr. States to obtain better protection for
mit the.claim of the for dam- beautiful little city.
owners shock that the family have known all the occasion. the Spaniards.
ages. along that she was nearing her end. I The meeting was called to order at However, the boys got to Daytonaand W. W. Rose has just closed a Secretary Bryan today sent a telegram -
It is announced that the owners will Her death yesterday afternoon hung 7:30 o'clock by Dr. Bennett, and after will play ball tomorrow afternoonas deal whereby the Steinman estate, to Carothers, who is with Villa
declare the amount of their claim in the curtain of mourning over the old I stating the object of the meeting the the game this evening was called known as "The Ripples," becomes the repeating his demand that the mur-
a few days and present it to the Ger- I following officers were elected to derers of McManus be punished.
home place, but it was no surpriseto .off owing to cold weather. property of New Jersey parties,
man government. her loved ones who had watched by serve one year: Dr. Geo. Bennett, Villa and Zapata, who at presentare
Counsellor Lansing in conferencewith I her bedside. I president; G. C. Miller, vice-president; I whose names the Sentinel has been in control at the capital, are in

W. D. Sewall, of Bath, :Maine, I Mrs. Kirkwood was born in Pickens, I J. B. Smith, secretary; W. Wigman HIGH SCHOOL LIFE unable to learn. accord.No .
one of the owners of the boat, said no S. C. The family moved to Mississippi -I treasurer. The purchase price was. between I word has been received by the
announcement could be made yet as when the deceased was but eleven I After discussing various matters I (By Arthur Ivey) $35,000 and $45,000. I state department informing it if its
to whether the amount of the claim ;years of age. Mr. S. R. Kirkwood, .of interest to the town and surround- The boys of the high school baseball "The Ripples" is a lovely 115 acre :'demands of punishment of the mur-
would be confined to the value of the her husband, was born in Abbyville, !ing community, the board adjourned I team are practicing faithfully. A estate, situated between Orlando and i Iderers have been complied with.
ship or whether punitive damages C., and likewise moved to Mississippi -| to meet next Thursday evening at 7 I game was scheduled with Pine Castle Winter Park, and contains 40 acres in | It was learned today that the latest
would be asked. IS. at an early age. The couple !o'clock, at which time the organization -i for Friday, but the team from the citrus grove, a magnificent 14 room I note to Carranza was an acknowledg-
were married in that state in 1851: will be completed and matters I j southeast failed to show up. The residence, completely furnished, care- meat of his communication to President iI i-
Paris Statement and lived together for fifty-five years, II of interest to the community will be manager then arranged a game witha taker's cottage, two water systems, !I" Wilson and reiterated the de-
Paris, March 13.-Toni ht's official celebrating their golden anniversaryin taken up. All citizens of the town I pick-up nine from this city. The one of the largest and best springsin i mand of this government that protection -

statement reports that almost com- Orlando thirteen years ago, when and community are invited to be pres- game was very close, ending however this section, large barn, garage, be given Americans and other
plete calm on both sides characterized all the children, then alive, assembledat ent prepared to boost. in a victory for the school team. and boat house. All farming imple- foreigners. -
the whole front today. Christmas time for this joyous oc Watch Pine Castle grow! I The line-up of the school team was ments and live stock go with the I The Spanish ambassador called at

The official statement from Petro- casion. Mrs. Kirkwood was one of J. B. Smith, secretry. as follows: Catchers, Alleman and place. the department today to discuss the
grad announces no important fightingon those mothers in Israel who gave her- Gould; pitchers Connell and Lobean; This is one of the beauty spots of I situation at the Mexican capital.
any front yesterday. self diligently to the rearing of her MAY APPEAL CASE I 1st base, Thresher; 2nd base, Tinkle- Orange county' and was original"*' The position of the Spanish govern-
family. She and her husband were paugh and Anderson; 3rd base, Con- purchased by the late Isaac W. Hopper ment is that the various warring fac-

THAW IS ACQUITTED blessed with a large and devoted fam- I I On evidence sufficient to convince nell and Lobean; short Musselwhiteand of New York, who spent large tions in Mexico have practically ex-
ily of children. Nowhere was the the mayor's court yesterday J. R. Fudge; fielders, Fischer, Davis, sums of money upon improvements, hausted the loot that may be found
New York, March 13.-The jury strength of this good woman more in :I Johnson, J. C. Johnson and S. H. Kil- Braddock, Thompson and Low. after which he sold it to Mr. Stein- among the native Mexicans and that
trying the case of the State of New I evidence than in her influence over ; gore were fined $25 and costs in a disgusting The team is greatly in need of man, who also spent a great deal in :they are now living almost entirely
York vs. Harry K. Thaw, after being I'her household and in the reverence I case that occupied several coaching and would appreciate it if further improvements.The on the Spaniards.Five .
out since yesterday, returned a verdict and devotion of that household for I hours valuable time. The case was some would volunteer for this posi- new owners expect to make Spaniards were killed by ObI -
today acquitting Thaw of con- I her. I the result of a warrant issued earlyin tion.High The Ripples their all the year round I regon's troops before the recent evacuation -
spiracy. The other defendants are Her living children are Mrs. T. II. the week by Spiros Lavidas, a school boy "had the grippe." home thereby adding several new cit o of the capital.
likewise acquitted.This Adams, of Cedartown, Ga.; Mrs. J. F. I Greek merchant who charged that the Another ditto.-sure, grippe, valise, I I izens to Orange county. I Secretary Bryan denied today that
verdict of the jury in the I Gordon of Orlando; Mrs. A. L. Smith, parties named had committed misde- I suitcase, trunk-whole traveling out I This is the third very large deal .he had any dispatches giving ground
case of conspiracy does not have any .of Jacksonville, Fla.; and Miss Mollie I meanors contrary to law. It is stated fit, in fact. ;'made by Mr. Rose in the last three [ for the fear that if the murderers of
bearing on Thaw's status as an inmate .,I Kirkwood who made her home with that the parties named will appeal The school campus looks very much months, who has broken all recordsin I McManus were executed there might
of of Matteawan asylum wherehe her mother. The grandchildren are I I the case to the circuit court. Attorneys like a fortified army post these days, real estate for one winter, having I' rioting and attacks on other Amer-
was committed after the verdict of : many and all bear the marks of the I Rowe and Blackman appearedfor surrounded as it is on three sides by I sold over $150,000 worth of property; I I'I'e .

the jury in the case charging him gentle influence of this saintly grandmother the defense and Attorney E. W. great walls of brick (for paving). in Orange county since last Decemberfirst. The rapidity with which the occupations -
with the killing of Stanford White. now fallen asleep. Davis for the prosecution. City So- Lately the impression has been : Mr. Rose deserves to be congratulated I and evacuations of the capital

But it has a very important bearingon j I i There was that about Mrs. Kirk- licitor Massey was advisory counsel heightened by the presence of a deep I upon his splendid success, have been conducted during the past
the possibilities of Thaw securinghis i wood that savored of a strong faith, for the commissioners. ditch on the fourth side.IT.ALY.PREPARED as such large results reflect great year has brought the diplomatic sit-

liberty. ,I ja large purposefulness in life and a credit upon his ability and persever- j uation into chaos and it is difficultfor
i love for home that makes woman- .ARABIC ARRIVES WITH LARGEST MAINTAIN-:: ance.Mr. the state department to know just
STATE" CONTRACTS FOR DIGGINGOF : kind so mighty in building a nation CONSIGNMENT: OF MAIL TAINING: : STRICT SILENCE: Rose has a number of wealthy where to place responsibility.
ST. LUCIE CANAL I and in keeping the sacred in life. ON RECORD clients in the North who buy and sell
I The funeral will be at the family Rome, via Paris, March 13.-The entirely on his advice all of which UNDERWOOD WILL SPEND: VACATION -
Tallahassee, Fla, March 13.-The residence on Gore avenue this afternoon New York, March 13.-The White Italian government continues to maintain i goes to show the confidence of the AT ORLANDO
t state has let a contract to a Balti- at three o'clock conducted by 'i Star liner Arabic, flying; the British an impenetrable silence regard- :buying public in his judgment of real
more concern for construction of a Rev. Dr. John W. Stag, of the First j'I flag, reached New York today from ing negotiations reported to be under estate and in him as a man. Such Washington, March 13.-Chairman
canal from Lake Okeechobee to the Presbyterian church, of which Mrs. !1 I Liverpool, with 537 pasengers and way with Austria concerning territo- men help to build up cities and coun- Adamson, of the house commerce com-
St. Lucie river, as a part of the Ever- Kirkwood was a member. |8,264 sacks of mail, said to be the rial concessions. Nothing has been ties by bringing in foreign capital and mittee, has left Washington for At-
glades drainage scheme. The canal The pall bearers will be Messrs.F. largest consignment ever sent from jj j added to the semi-official announce- adding new citizens to the commu- lanta, where he will address the Geor-

will be 24 miles long, bottom width 24 J. Scruggs, II. T. Butler, X. P. i;' England to America. Passengers ,'.ment that Italy has instituted no ne- !nity. gia Bar association tonight.
feet, average depth fourteen feet. Yowell, E. H. Walker, W. L. Dolive, said torpedo boat destroyers gotiations but simply has listened to j I The Sentinel congratulates. Rose Senator-elect Underwood soon will
There will be 20,000,000 cubic yardsof and Allan Cohoon.AEROI'L.1NE . panied the vessel far out to accom-//I proposals by the German ambassador j upon the realization of the splendid leave for Orlando, Fla, for a vaca-
earth excavated. It will drain a I More than fifty steamers were tied | Prince Von Buelow. j success he so richly dererves, and we tion.
large area. : IS TOTAL WRECK I up at the Liverpool docks, the passengers -j There are persistent reports in bespeak for him still greater thingsin
I! AT PE SACOL.\ j said, because of the dock la-j, Rome that Austria has refused abso- the near future. I. t . . t . i s i . s
: t t i t + t t : i j borers' strike. Departure of the lutely to even discuss the possible ces- j; I. ATTEND: THE BOARD OF .
TO CREMATE: BODIES OF WAR "'ashington.Iart"h 13.-Aeroplane !i Arabic was delayed by the strike. I sion of Triete and would concede only :SERIOUS: BREAD RIOTS OCCUR TRADE MEETING: !

** VICTIMS sS AB-:! capsized during a flight at the a small part of the province of Trent. IN A SPANISH: TOWN; .
---- aeronautic station at Pensacola, Fla., "THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT': WAS The assertion is made in military I POLICE CHARGE Every public spirited man in

Paris.-As a measure of precaution today and was a total wreck, according I HIGHLY INTERESTINGThe : circles that Italy now is prepared for Orlando, as well as every firm or
s against a possible epidemic to a wireless received late today j j any eventuality. I :Madrid via Paris, March 13.-Seri- individual engaged in business
of disease after the war' Dr. Dumont by the navy department. j Lucerne theatre was fairly well ::4 ous bread riots occurred yesterday at S here should attend the Board of
s of the chamber of deputies Two aviators were in the machine ![filled last evening with theatregoerswho ADDRESS BY DR. ANNA: SHAW i'Jenont. A mob of women and children Trade meeting at 8 p. m. (sharp)
s has presented a bill providing for when it capsized, but neither suffered i i witnessed the performance of .4 attacked the bakeries. The police S in City Council Chamber, next
the cremation of the bodies of all .. any serious injury. An investigation ('"The Prince of Tonight." The play The opera house was filled last 1 were obliged to charge several Monday, March 15th. .
enemy soldiers killed on the battlefield sparkled with wit and humor and times before restored order. S No subscriptions donationswill
is being made as to the cause of the evening with a large audience that 1 they nor
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of those of French ands accident. was a pleasing spectacle. The scene listened to a most excellent address be asked for. Come and sS
allied soldiers not identied, andS was laid at "The Breakers," Palm by Dr. Anna Shaw on Woman Suf- THE WEATHER bring some one with you. .
of the victims of contagious dis- Subscriptions taken for the Country Beach. In fact the play was so full frage. Dr. Shaw is on her way to CHAS P. DOW. President. .

.eases. Gentleman during March, one year of Florida life that it was intensely I Miami, where she will deliver an ad Florida: Local rains Sunday. Monday V. W. ESTES Secretary. .
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per deck of the Sancho. About the middle of September the LITERS: TO THE SENTINEL tea's ai HIU: ';1. ; In 1 alld.i p. ' f i
(arl was reading to Angelina from race m the American and :Nation tare I
f ENTh I hi.* stock in trade, ovh\ ,,,t I
AN ELEVE HOUR IDEA I >- I jr"
"The Spell of Italy: Angelina saw : leagues was nearing the finish Kick I II Editor Orlando Sentinel: to him for plans as you would go to I
folder
a protruding from Carl's side I Philhpoo was still rolling cigars and I Dear Sir-The members of the I the groceryman for jour groceries' ,

I pocket. She reached over and pickedIt the Hummerville Indoor League had Florida Association of Architects recently -' It is simply common: sense and good I

up, curiousj! ", It was a folder bear- congregated in the cigar factory to in convention assembled I
in your business to employ a man who knows
BY O. R. LANDO ing the title, "Algiers." award the titles, the silver chests and city, have instructed me to express more about local conditions, prices
JDo you know, Carl," interrupted the automobiles. The
conversationwas through the their thanks
and
"Kick" Phillipoo manufactured a highest honors in the senior class press and adaptability of materials than a
and Angelina, softly, "I have always been
interrupted by
a heavy
step in appreciation to the citizens of Or- non-resident know.
can possibly
"Special Smoke" cigar in Hummer- his parents were rewarding him with crazy about Algiers. Such a weird the hallway. lando for the hospitality shown them The
ville, Illinois, and talked baseball. He i trip to Europe. Fremont wanted to sort of place." midwinter fair was an agreea-
A dishevelled, cindered travel-
during their visit. In this I of course ble to us visitors. I do not believe
had no kick coming for business was know if James would make the trip Carl stopped reading and turned stained, forlorn looking young man, join them. I surprise of had -
fair, and his favorite team was winning with him. quickly. His face was a mixture of behind foul any us any conception 1
a smelling cigarette, We carried away with us the remembrance +of the wonderful display of various
His cigar factory, Dist. No. -, Fate had played into James' hand. emotions. shambled into the room and threw his
of a hustling, 1 live and products this county is able to make.
Ill., was a baseball rendezvous. Here He would use Fremont as a tool to "Yes," continued Angelina, "I have placarded suitcase on the floor.
progressive citYe found a beau- The advertising feature of such a fair
the Indoor League crossed bats. In victimize Angelina. read and heard a good deal about that \\ell," it was Kick who he
spoke,
tiful must be of
town with fine and inestimable value
public to
com- a
winter they burnt their soles and From New York James went to funny city, and always have wantedto being the first to regain his compos-
scorched their souls over and around New Haven. see it. We'll be there 12 mercial buildings and as attractive community, whether city, county or
July "Well
ure. Larry, did to
you peg
and state. is
costly residences found in "Seeing believing. Noth
as are
the summer baseburner stove, and I He confided to Fremont his trou- just a few days more, you know-say, second base, and nail her"

prayed for warm and dry April b!les. "Now, Mont, why can'tOU Carl, did you ever hear of Arab "Say, you graybacked old fossil-! any city in this state. Its architec- ing more need to be said.
:Messrs.
ture conveyed to the practiced of King and Hutton made
I eye
weather. I sail June 29 the boat Town "
on same with ? you're dope was all I
wrong never us architects the such perfect for
proof of the abilityof arrangements our
The Indoor League had a double Hiss Slimmer? You will find her ah I
a "Why-er- -jes, believe I got a chance to peg. The next man
citizens Mr. L. P. Hutton entertainment that it aim
your and is our to
mission. It served as a pulmotor for beautiful girl, smart, grand talker, have heard of it." up smashed a home run over the right
fir make Orlando
Murry S. King, two architectsany again the meeting placeof
baseball fanciers, and was the City and all that, you know. Just stroll "Well, Carl, that is one place we field fence and they both scored!" this
city be proud of it also association in the near future.
may
News Bureau for tame and docile, up to her and introduce yourself. must see in Algiers. They say the ;
proves to us that Orlando believes Yours very truly,
hog-kissed and corn-garnished, Hum- Tell her you know Frary Sheldon anda best time to see the place is at night. in
LETTERS TO TIlE SENTINELThe E. A. '
patronizing home talent. And why EHMANN. Secretary..
merville. The news that fed the filmy few other girls at National College. Why, Carl, what is this star here

eyes and simple brains of Hummer- She'll fall for it, and you'll be grand for" writer was very much interested not' All things being equal, an archi- The want ad.'s the thing. 1l'

ville's elite originated around the friends. But whatever you do, old Fremont's face matched the sunset last evening at the Tourist Room

scarred stole in Kick's factory. Here man, don't mention my name. Just as Angelina continued, "And this to hear of the great advantages and
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the secrets, scandals, personal items, "orget that I ever lived. heavy pencil line that is drawn to it. productiveness Monmouth

social matters, business changes and "Now, you've heard of Arab Town, Did you do that, Carl" county,
New Jersey, and that it led all other
railroad news were collected, clipped, haven't ?! Sure. It's the
jou old
section "Why, ah whenI
you see Angelina, sections, in any other state, in the
edited and filed. you know, of Algiers, higher about the
was studying foreign value of its produce grown and sold

The exhaust valve through which t han the new part. The streets are Cities and so forth, why, er, a friendof Having lived many years in the fruit K M: .. ...=;.f
this weird conglomeration of tidbits narrow, crooked, dark and
ghostly. mine put me wise to some thingshe and garden belt of western Xew York i' f

leaked and sizzled was one Larry It is haunted by old Moors, scantily put that star there and traced I could readily believe all that the Through the Fragrant Fields of Bluegrassand
James, weakly reporter for the Weekly clad natives and a few 'parlez '
you that line, and he said that it was- gentleman said and read as to the
Whooper, and twenty-two year Francaise' soldiers. 'I the Grandeur of Southern MountainsThe
was a great place to see Art-a sort advantages to be found in his native

old.alleviated His duties to such as newsgatherer were "Now here is what I want you to do, of gallery with a painting there. It town. Few of us are aware of the I L. &. N, is the attractive way from Florida" to the central
extent the 'isten.
Indoor an by With ;jour crowd take AnjreIma is quite famous, I am tolt. Its trains take the pas.'n,*('r across the cotton fields of \
League that the Whooper editor l Slimmer
I up there. Sort of straybehind i mont replaced the folder in his pocket: of our country. For instance, Georgia, the magnificent; mountains of Tennessee, and the far-famed
an aspiring man with Joseph Pulitzer the others. Lose
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jourself. I'll
; feeling more at ease it is not generally known that a narrow bluegrass r< i..u..r Keiituckv
whispers, had often lowed t o' be hiding in the corner of of those
one
"Do you know, Carl, that we must strip of land lying along the Thoroughly Up-To-Date Service I "I
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discharge him and lower his salary. old buildings with a dirty Moor r .
It fortunate for beggar plan to see that old Arab Town bj all shore of Lake Ontario, between Ni- Comfortable trains on schedules speedy as consistent -
James
was Larry at side. When Angelina
that Horace my comesipping means. Ae will go up with the rest agara Falls and Oswego, in western with safety. *ock-ballasted road, free from dirt and dust.
Greelejs and Me-
dills found in such Joseph along, why, I'll give him the of the party, you know, and see it all New York, is the greatest apple pro- Solid tram, sleeping cars and coaches all conveniences and,im-
were large and tip. Hell
very calmly and naturallyscare for ourselves." i ducing section in the United States. provemcnts accommodations for every taste and purse. Unexcelled
willing numbers in the Indoor
League, her to death.
Get me? You'll "But ; The little town of Irondequoit dining service courteous cmplov'
for he was uncontrollably in love and be gone and she'll fall Angelina, said Fremont, "it only ; ccs.

heavy with Miss Angelina Slimmer, a arms. It will be a wonderful right into littlerescue my is so dangerous to go up there-" fie miles square, lying between Rochester The South Atlantic! Limited .

society belle of Bellford, a thrivingcity you know. Papers will "Oh, we will be with the bunch and I city and Lake Ontario, in this Leaves Jacksonville very day at 8:15 p. m., arriving Cincin-
write will hurt same fruit belt, has the published rec- nati and Louisville. early next evening; also
of Twenty-Five Thousand People, it up, and Ang will nothing us. Besides, Carl, "" through
come around tome I'll have YOU ord of having in a given area more all-s tcl cars for Da 'ton,Columbus, Cleveland Indiana
fifty miles west of Hummerville. in great> shape. She'll look along. II ]1 > : .
me green houses for the growing of early and other Ohio and Indiana
"Yes admitted ajwlis
points.
Snatching kisses from Angelina and over for the hero medal, ha, ha! Good Carl. "but ;jou Prompt
items from the hook in Kick's shop plan, eh?" don't want to see that old, disreputable and winter vegetables than any other connections to Detroit, Grand Rapids and Toledo.

required "inside play," but Reporter "Yes," agreed Fremont, "that's town. What do you want to see place in the Union. Chicago and St. Louis Trains

James was equal to the task. All he fine scheme. Serves a it for, any way?" Also this same little town for some Three trains daily to both pKtcrs. Dixie Limited fastest and finest train only
her right. You years dominated the fancy celery through service from Jacksonville in forenoon for Chicago and St. Louis. Dixie
"Oh I'm
had to do on Monday when have not so wild to see it, Carl,
mornings a great head, Larry. But where trade of the great cities of New York Flyer-famous year-round train-For Chicago leaves Jacksonville every evening.Muntgomcty .
he arrived from Bellford, where he shall we pull this Coup off at?" but a friend of mine told me all aboutit Route Express aiM leaving in early evening, for St. Louis.

had insomnia-ed from Saturday evening "Oh, that's once. Painted a vivid word picture and Brookljn. Possibly few people Write, sire "f 'phone us. Ve will work out your !M.b.lule. secure your tickets,
easy, and Larry pro about it. Said it I are aware that the celery seen in the make reservations and save you loss of time and trouble
with was great. just
Angelina, was to enter Kick's duced "Plan
a D'Alger Ville" in a Orlando, Sanford and Jacksonville H. C ERETNEY Florida Passenger Agent Louisville & Nashville R. R.
sanctum, clean off the file, and the neat folder. wanted to see it, that was all. ,
lie possesed two and markets about Thanksgiving time 124 Welt Bay Street (.II 'Phone 161).Jacli.on.iIle,Flood.
Whooper linotype operator had plentyof gave one to Fremont. "Now, Fre- Carl commenced to read again, but comes from this same favored spot. Direct; and ell'..r.. routes to the California Ei position*. Writ* lot drUi'a.

"COP)'" for the remainder of the mont, you see this star, that rye the words were blurred and his brain
The early spring productions of this
week. marked here Well, that is at the kept humming, "The night of July 12 same little town also supply the cities

One wash day morning in earlyMav entrance to Rue sidi Abdullah, the it 9:"O o'clock, the night of July 12 and villages of northern Pennsylvania -

Reporter James entered the very heart of the old Arab Town at-"
and the large city of Buffalo,
cigar: factory. The cinders from the You will notice on jour map of Algiers En route the steamer docked at N Y

Lake Erie & Western railroad were in I > that 1 have traced in a pencil Funchal, Madeira, and Angelina and
Both the truckers of western New
his ears, and he looked line Carl walked about the graceful
sleepy. the way to get there, to that star. curving York and Monmouth county New
"You see, Kick," Reporter James leave Place du Government, boulevard and drive on the bay
crosscountry Jersey, are favored with a chmaa::
began, "I'm in trouble. My girl'sstringing Place Malakoff, follow and marvelled at the beauties of the -
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me. She says she don't nose to Place Random, then shoot gardens. Nature in all her loveliness Dodie ci water in dose proximity. '

love me. Says she is going to sail across to Rue Staoulei lay before them. The picturesque
and then This, with plenty of stable manure
for Europe June 29. Says she wantsto jou're Johnny on the spot. See' beauty and striking grandeur of the and nearness to good markets, pro- Opera IcLse3MARCH ::

get away from me. Says I bore Easy, aint it? Now, don't forget, ravines, the encircling vine-clad .daces conditions which will bring cuc-

her. But I love her Kick. -1 love her. old pal. The night of July 12 at 9:30 heights laden with charming quintas "Pst; to intelligent, industrious 17
any :
Now, what am I to do!" ./clock and at the entrance to Rue and terraced gardens wove a spell of i, man end the fact that such land

"Well," slowly spoke the oracle of Staoulei, and be sure and lose Angelina absolute mutuality around them : are bringing from two hundred to

baseball and love, "if it was me and and leave her to me. See?" The clear, smokeless atmosphere, the one thousand dollars an acre is the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

my gal was gom' to steal a base on The next day James sailed for bright blue sky, the soothing east proof of their value. It is well known
me, why I'd peg to second base and Paris. wind, and Cupid, conspired against From
that bodies of
large water, especiallyon GREATER MINSTRELS OneStart:
hail her. them and they were helpless. I Finish
the north, and west, have a wonderful -
"Which means-?" Miss Angelina Slimmer stood the As they peered through the leafy
on influence on the climate, as can Prices 50c.f 75c $1.00
\\ell, I'd run her down between deck of the outgoing stea/ner, San- fastnesses at Funchal Bay far below be seen in the productions of Monmouth ,

first and second base, and get her cho. She formed a pretty picture as them, with its floating craft, Carl's county, Xew Jersey, and Monroe Seat Sale at Butt's 9 a. m. Tuesday.

and-By jingo look what Ty donej she rested the stole around .
in shadow of the can arm Angelina's waist. county, New York. That is one I

'esterda-and if I loved her, as j ou vas awning. Over her heart, pinnedto In silence they strolled through the of the secrets of the Sanford lands, .

say you do, I'd sail to Europe too, and the white waist glittered a pearl dense lane of tropical plants and and a section near Lake Apopka.

-well, Larry, I'd make her love me, bordered sorority pin. sweet smelling flowers, many hun There are many places in this broad I

See*" Carl Augustus Fremont had seen dreds of feet above quaint Funchal land which seem especially favoredfor

James pocketed his notebook and this pin, and he knew it to be the emblem After a while they sat down and to some particular crop. And the The Orlando Meat MarketT.

went down the street to find of the the of
on out Eta Zeta Theta sorority accompaniment the playingwater door of opportunity is ever ready to

who had Sundajed with friends and It was his only means of gaining an in the fountains Carl told An open to the man who will do his partin

relatives in Hummerville. lie feltbetter introduction to Miss Slimmer. He gelina of his love. life's work. A. YANCY Manager

after Kick's advice. For the started to pass her, and, seemingly, They were very happy, now that I E. N COY

first time in months he had an idea. noticed the pin for the first time. He their troth was plighted, and with a 307 West St., Orlando Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

lie stopped at the Hummerville stopped short. "Pardon me-but--er knowledge that Funchal, and the enchanting Florida and Western Meats

State Bank, inquired for news and -ah-I see you are wearing an Eta Madeira, would again smile

then asked!; By -the way, Mr. Venn, Zeta Theta pin?" upon them in less than a year, they Oyster*, Fish, Poultry, Vegetable, Game, l$tc.
how much money have I here." 'Yes.
sailed towards Gibraltar, with light

"You have $212.34," was the re "Well, I'm a, Delta Delta Tau, jou hearts, looking forward to a greater The lot advertised for $1200, Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

sponse. know. I have some friends who belong joy. With this single stop they would

That very afternoon he gave Editor to jour sorority." reach Algiers July 12, and reach Naples with a reduction of100.00, if PHONES Business 135 P. O. BOX as6t
Cor. Ave. and Church SU
Dunem notice of his intended departure "You have-where?" crooned Miss on the fourteenth.On Residence 133 Orange
for Europe in one month. Slimmer. buyer would build, was bought

Then Reporter James got busy. He 'Why, at National College." the night of July 12 at 9.30 by Iklr. Samuel Brice of New .I L

collected a great mass of literature "At National College? Why, o'clock the entrance to Rue Staouleiin

from the steamship companies, the that's where I went to college. Whodo Arab Town, Algiers, contained the York. We have decided to offer -

travel schools, and studied his old col- you know'?"
eagerly inquired Ane shadowy figure of an American. He another one.
legt text book on "Easy French." H gelina.'Well.
stood in a protected corner in the nar I i
also secured a copy of Miss Angelina I know a Miss Frary Shel row and crooked street, and waited.At .
Simmer's itinerary. She would sail don. I Hammond &Gore
his side Moorish
was a dirty beg Corner lot well located.
June 29, by the southern route, from "Frary Sheldon? Why, how funny! gar, who had instructions to yell at a Side-1

Boston, would touch the Madeiras, Gibraltar She was my room mate for two years. certain American lady as she enteredthe walks, water, lights, gas. North FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

Algiers, and land at Naples The dearest thing. Isn't that funny, street.

July 14. though! Well, what do you know A crowd of gay tourists were a P- east. $1000.00. Will take $600

On June 7 James had packed and about that? Let's stroll about the proaching.The if buyer will build within one I REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

was ready to leave Hummerville] for deck, Mr. = half hidden American dashedhis

I New York to catch a slow cattle boat 'Fremont. Carl Augustus year. COMPARE
Fre
cigarette, pulled the foul smelling i
i for Paris. Oh, no, guessing reader! mont.
El Kader towards him and
as the iI
he was not going to sail with An "-\lr Fremont" continued the fairtourist crowd passed he searched for the face I OUR FURNITURE

t gelina. He was going to perpetratean "and get the beautiful air." and figure of Miss Angelina Slimmer, I I I'i I I

unexpected meeting with Angel and Carl Augustus Fremont. They 'II We provide the quality of furniture that has J long

r na in the gay French capital. It was At last! Conqueror of many a were not there! Why had Fremont d been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

i easShe! would be so far awaj football foe and sought for by many failed him That afternoon as heat standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good.

i from home and mother and so homesick mothers Carl Augustus Fremont admitted had stood on les boulevards et Ram- CARL DANN ; It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca .'t make

r that she'd fall right into his to himself that night, as he pes he had seen the Sancho dock i I i this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

waiting arms. smoked in his state room, that he had le port de commerce. And through I this business, and that means much to jny buyer.rtlel1JLL .

l As the self-deposed reporter stood been roped, tied and branded. * his glasses he had seen her leave the I I

r on the platform of Hummerv ille's depot But he hoped something would happen steamer. * Others passed-natives, REAL ESTATE'
bidding to Kick between this & DAVIS BLOCK
bood-bye and his I hour and the night fakirs, guides and beggars-but in the ; ,

_ friends, Postmaster Swanson broughthim of July 12 at 9:30 o'clock in Algiers s! hour he waited not a single American
Cor. Ave. and Church SU Orlando. Fla.
Orange
a special delivery letter. It w a The weather was perfect. The lady. Larry James lighted a cigarette M ,

from Carl Augustus Fremont, of Yale fourth day out from New York found swore furiously, kicked the Moorish COMPANY Jc

University. He had captured the i Miss Slimmer and Fremont on the up I beggar viciously, and departed. -.1__ ii _


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And then he added this cruel thrust: tion of the second and last Saturdays'I LETTERS TO THE SEXTIXEL unscrupulous followers I last the "frog pond" is to be
"And for some of the other players of Lent. But flesh meat and fish are I I President Bryson of the Electric the most ardent Mr. Kasper, who bought the
DAILY SPORT LETTERBY damaging the covers-well, from whatI not to be used at the same meal dur- I Steel company, Pittsburg, Pa., refused almight- onar.Ir. place and which is now flood-
know about their battling powers, ing Lent, even on Sundays.The j a four million dollar order for munitions president of the water made a proposition
I would say that an ordinary wrap-i use of butter, cheese, milk and i to the allies. lie refused to sendor BEXEDKT"y he would pay half if others in-
FRANK G. MENKFTh. ping paper cover on baseballs would eggs is also permitted every day in take a part in the wholesale slaugh- nance Corporation, of would pay the other half.
Famous Expert.New York Sporting stand up just as well under their Lent. tering of man made in the image of another hero of peace, are now at work ditching and an
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swings as would a Siberian pony I It is allowed to take in the morning God. Why not have all calling themselves to take part in the tile has been placed along the
Spitball pitching isn't a common 'I'hide." I some warm liquid, as tea, coffee, choc- Christians to make our beloved ; If there are enough to be laid as soon as the ditch-
. practice in the big leagues any more, Nasty fellow, eh? 'olate, made with water, and with this president, Mr. Woodrow Wilson, stopat I 1 great America they is completed. It is expected to
yet the fact stands out that the best I Tom Seaton. pitcher for the Brook- I'liquid a small piece of bread. once without delay, the articles of war before Easter, and the water to the swale near the
pitchers in the leagues use the mois- feds, has discovered the "licorice ball." Those for whom the hour of noon destruction, regardless of international government far more street road.-Winter Garden
tened twister. j "And lemme tell you," asserted may be an inconvenient time for dinner laws, as many laws are not worth by prayer. I, for one, .
"Big Bill' James, the pitching star.r Tom, whe nannouncing his discovery, j j' may take their collation at noon, the paper printed on, and are only for but would act.
I of the most HENRY t the news m the Sentme' "re1
of the Boston Braves, is a spit-baller. "that ball is going to be some fooler and dinner in the evening.The the benefit of a clique
Jeff Tesreau, the Giants' mainstay, some fooler, believe me." use of lard or dripping, insteadof I
uses the spitball. Doak, of the Cardi- "What's it like?" butetr, is permitted in preparingfood. I
nals, who led the National League "Well, first of all, I get five cents i iI : STEEL TRAINS
pitchers in 1914, is addicted to the I worth of licorice. Then I put a chunk I I Those mentioned as exempted from FOUR
use of the spitball. So is "Hassen" of it in my mouth. Pretty soon the law of fasting are allowed to take
Pfeffer, of the Dodgers, one of the saliva gets very black. Are you fol- :i meat three times a day on all Sun-
best pitchers that has busted into the lowing me?" I days, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays I.DJI : NORTftWEST
national game for a considerable pe- "We're ahead of you." and Saturdays of Lent, the second and I
riod. "Now as soon as I get that licorice I last Saturdays excepted. I II .
I half of the I I'' By a special indult, granted to the f) :; .
-0I I worked up nicely smear DIXIE !-'IIII.'UI.: mi x i js .: SEMJNPLE
The use of the spitball makes for ,ball with the black saliva. Then I let I bishops of the United States March I
great twirlers. History shows that ,loose with the ball-let loose with all I 15, 1835, working people and their
mediocre pitchers who mastered th ,my speed. households are allowed to take meal j I
spitball quickly jumped into first rank "And then?" once a day on all fast days and day.1I,I 1 "" ..!
in their particular department of the "Well, when that ball whistles up of abstinence during the year, except i 1..1.10 NIGHTflt"
game. But history also shows that toward the plate it's sure to confuse oa: all Fridays, Ash Wednesday, the I d,M NINq :; ,. NI.I H Ii: 'i .
the spitball shortens a pitcher's ca- the batter. As the ball whirls round Wednesday and Saturday of Holy I 1(1" Ir ".
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reer. and round the batter alternately sees Week, and Christmas eve. This class i: "h ,:,, : I ,1
Jack Chesboro was a spit-bailer. black and white. That'll cause him therefore, are allowed meat once a j o ;J.1 I :'" Y11 ". I :. "'JI. I. ,....
ended his to in fascination. While he'sin day, even on the Wednesdays of Lent : ... .j i 4 ,-II. .
The use of it big league pause or" 1 '
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and the second of Lent, 10.4
before that bing! the ball has whis- Saturday o. ry } .
usefulness number of pause .
a years I I: :: . 7, I .I" ..:
the scheduled spitter time. "Big Ed"Walsh tled over the plate for a strike. when others are forbidden the use of . I I . BMro .. ; ,'rttf.\: \' i
"Great idea, ain't it?" concluded ,meat. !'! I f' : . 'I. :,"11 .. 1
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of the White Sox, a spitter i ,: 0 I E I i' I.." 0 I
1 Seaton. The faithful reminded that, be- o IJf 1':1 I .' r t.IIII'D:
-and he's about through.The are I ,. . .rl 1 I 1C1 I. -:
spitball, without doubt, kills a [ sides the obligation of fasting imposed '.' I.., 2.9 "I 1I1 1I': .< I ,' -' .: r, ""I iiiiJiI
pitcher's arm quicker than anythingelse. LENTEN REGULATIONS by the church, this holy season "
There is no ducking the consequences of Lent should be, in an especial man-
COACHES SLEEPING CARS. OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS.
from the continued use of the All the faithful who have completedtheir ner, a time of earnest prayer of sor-
spitter. Probably this quartet of twenty-first year, unless exemptby row for sin, of seclusion from the :r,. ..: -rrJr .. ..: .-I..L j '" ,'-.n '-' v 'J \J. J ',1' . oJ J'I
truly great pitching youngsters, hav- dispensatoin or legitimate cause, world and its amusements, and of
ing demonstrated what it can do with are bound to observe the fast days of generous almsgiving.The : Iii;
the spitball, will use it less freely in Lent. Paschal time extends from the 'I ? 'XiE; J };g m) tflL.Ii

the future and save its arms. They are to take only one meal a first Sunday of Lent till Trinity Sun-
--- day, except on Sundays.The day, during which time all Catholics h I ,r ""':11't!
Thos ewere harsh, cutting words meal permitted on fast days is who have attained the proper age are ". I II .. ''I I ,,1- r .. I''
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that a baseball manufacturer recently not to be taken till about noon. I bound to receive worthily Holy Com- I : I ;;; 1 I t.:....J,.:. :... I l.I. I I .
I issued while on the subject of covers A small' refreshment commonly I munion. The holy season of Lent is ,"..'.". Lnlt'o: : ..::: "l1-; '..1.... a I 1 I If' lI' . '\..\... ...... ',,-.-.
for baseballs and the of I time also for children t I \ .t;+ -
-- ability some called a collation, is permitted in the a very proper ; "' ,e i'f. \o J,
players to damage those covers. evening.The to make their first confession, which I

The hide of Siberian ponies was I following persons are exempt they ought to do generally at about ::;:.::.:..:.::.:.:.:. :., i... r........., ,'. ::. :1 '""\.A-; }I .. ;
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used in the past for covers for base- from the obligation of fasting: Per- the age of seven years. Parents : ; / .. .' t I 'Ii. '. ,':"j :
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balls. The European war has cut off sons under twenty-one years of age; I should see to this.-Michael Joseph ;,:.f.: ;;.1.;....1..;1.:.. i... -':,';- -. .,. Q. .;": ... .r1"' ''' L ; ; -. ".,:'t...i.. : J'_
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the supply. It was feared for a. time the sick; nursing women; those Curley, Bishop of St. Augustine. / :mmmmL I = L- : ..r lif. '

that there would be a famine in base- obliged to do hard labor; those who I .... ::::.:... ./ '(', '..' \ .. f, i ..
balls. But there won't be. through weakness can not fast with- CONTRACTOR
"The hides from American ponies I out great prejudice to their health. I --- !
will do just about as well," says this By virtue of an indult to the United R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see Dj ; e I
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baseball maker. "Of course, the Siberian States, dated August 3, 1887, the following before letting contract, if you are going
to build and want the best house _
hides are at bit tougher than special dispensations are possible for money invested. _
the American hides, but I guess the granted.The P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
American hides will be able to stand use of flesh meat is permittedat 2-18-1moc Jacksonville Fla.J.
up pretty well under the hammeringof all meals on Sundays, and once a A.V.. FRiroT, I D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, .

such men as Cobb, Speaker, Jack- days and Saturdays, with the Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
son, Collins and Daubert." day on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs-excep- next Studio day.will be ready at 5 o'clock 3-3-tf the G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, FlaMMMMM ,.

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


We expect parties interested in either of the two propositions to send heir sealed bids to the Florida I ]

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

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

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

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


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



Proposition No. 2 1

Proposition No. I
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits, 1
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability.Ve
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange j

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave Groves. Assets in Orange! Groves mean a revenue from the
day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money
nue and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning

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

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

SO days from purchase.



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

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

low price. Call at our office and we will explain. ([All bids will be opened in your
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presence---the time will be announced in this space.

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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO
Total Responsibility::

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00. i

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THE DAILY I DESOTO COUNTY: PRESS I :MT. WASHINGTON CLIMBED BY'' SEN. BRYAN JACKSONVILLEN. I

ASSOCIATION CONDEMNS II DARTMOUTH: OUTING CLUB I P. Bryan senator from Florida,
Florida Sentinel I
South
i FLETCHER'S ATTITUDE. ----- I :advises that he is in Jacksonville, re- I
MORNING AND WEEKLY Senator Fletcher's letter of i
Despite I questing that the Sentinel be sent
W. M. GLENN ............ ..........EditorW. defense, sent to editors in Flor- Word has just been received by Mr. [
him there I
many !to until further notice.
C. ESSINGTON .....Basinns Manager \Joe Cheney from the Dartmouth Out- [
--- -- ida, several of whom published the ing Club saying that they have returned . _....."._ __ I
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida full text of the letter, which explainsto I
from their annual to Mi.
a* Second Clam Mail Matter. trip .i1-
a degree his recent utterances in a -
Washington and that 21 of the party IJ

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... S5.0O speech "The Integrity of the Press,' succeeded in reaching the summit. Two Handsome 'ii1 IE I
Daily. 6 Month. ...................... 2.60 delivered at Washington, February Every winter this trip is taken byf t
9 Month ...................... 1.25 deal of I
Daily. it is take
22 to
Daily 1 Month .....................:. tin going a great members of the Outing club and is.! Lake Front I i
skillful, diplomatic, smooth, and
Weekly 1 Year ........_.......... Sl.OO personal looked forward to as a great treat by | i
work for the Senator to
IN appease those who are able to undertake it, i
PAYABLE
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO the anger and feeling aroused among usually between thirty and forty men I I Grove and HomeProperties Before LongThe j

ADVERTISERS- --- the editorial fraternity in Florida.It going on the expedition. !
is interesting to note that the
the summit
The ascent to is'ery j
OPT for dUplay and all other handwtadTcrtisinr
Press Association met
_ndt be handra m at the buriarMBe DeSoto County hard and often quite dangerous, so ,:
. .f the Sentinel not later This than raU 2 applies p. .. at Arcadia Friday and passed a resolution that only those who are well fitted for i I -.. thoughts uppermost in a woman's
the day befcre pabllcation.
to changes for rvntract advcrtisinc: it iaiBTariaMe i directed at the erring Senator. hard climbing and exposure are per- mind will be "what to wear" for summer.
and will be strictly adhered to. j The resolution has for a preamble,
--- mitted to go, the remainder of the of them is the the of planning for a t
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One prettiest To some prospects
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued j "Whereas, one of our leading publicmen spending the time by taking
the date ahuulj of expiration.notify the otherwise office in writing it will
continued notice at to the regular is received subscription rates. and declared in favor of legislation to about the mountain. I the State of Florida with Gown is a proposition of such magnitudethat

Telephone untO Numb atop r ............__....,... 24 restrain its freedom, and limit its Although this trip has been taken large acreage and a most even the "thoughts" of what to wear

SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1915. value that the to free the country is,the" and continues bulwark every winter for several years, only modern dwelling.The stimulates the nervous system.
press greatest
once has the ascent to the summitever t
of the liberties of the people, been made on skis. This was on other has a fine

There is nothing like talking up and any attempt to limit its right and :March 10, 1913 when three of the grove, with modern improvements Let Us ActAs
home efficiency. to corruption places, -
power expose
party, one of whom was :Mr. Cheney and worthy of
0 and all public evils is an insidious performed this remarkable' feat.
Going back to the farm movement blow at the rights of the people to any furtherimprovements
In order that the people of Orlando of
gains in velocity daily. protect themselves from these evils desired. the family physician by way a
the the
!might appreciate beauty of
o through the agency of a free and un- change our formulas are not excerpts
in winter
White mountains and realize
It is currently reported that Mexico trammeled press. the thrilling experiences and growing These are high priced taken from the recognized Pharmacopeiaof

City has again changed hands.o "Dixie, published at Jacksonville, interest in winter sports, Mr. Cheneyhas properties, but they are the medical world, but from the STYLO-

devotes a scathing editorial against secured a fine selection of slides both big bargains. COPEIA (our own word) of human nature -
Some men think they have to get Senator Fletcher. Besides rebukinghim
showing the Dartmouth Outing Club
Fancies.
Fashions Latest
from home to be appreciated; and
would Senator
away the editor suggest to
while on their trips, as well as a reel
matter of fact they merely have that instead of curtail-
as a Fletcher, taken i i
of motion pictures during the
to get away to appreciate home. ing the freedom of the press that he 1 I winter carnival at Dartmouth. Thesewill ; I OUR STORE IS THE CENTRALIZATION t

o drive his well known energies towards .I be shown in an illustrated lectureto S.G.Dolive&Soii POINT FOR THE LATEST IN NEW

To "know where the railway stationis" curtailing' the speech of U. S. sena- I I be given at the Grand theatre i SPRING AND SUMMER: GOODS

is not enough, you should know tors, whose gab-fest has demonstratedthat Thursday, March 25, which should be I
when your train starts. To know there ought to be an automatic REAL ESTATENo. I
very interesting to the people of Or-
where the store is, is not enoughyou cut-off somewhere on the eternal flow \
of
all centers
lando as well as to our winter vis- 3 WEST PINE STREET Gathered together from
the ads. of wind-jamming by senatorial cour-
should read
itors. will find underone
the textile world, here you
I
o tesy. If Senator Fletcher wishes to Second Floor
roof, absolutely the very "choice of the
use the scissors anywhere, to sepa-
You can't draw checks against
your
Get the
1 news in the Sentinel first.
bank account and expect the balanceto rate an abuse from a merited privi- choicest," and arranged in such a manner
remain the same unless you make lege, let him use the aforesaid wea- -- --- ------------ --- ------ -- -" that to select materials for a garment is

Neither make pon to puncture the rubber tired larynx -j that carries
deposits. can you your a decided pleasure, a pleasure
in Orlando and spend it else- of U. S. senators, so that they
money with it many happy thoughts of a decision ,
where and expect the town to con- will subside now and forever more. in the fu
tinue to fill your'purse. In view of the action taken by the to renew our acquaintance near

o DeSoto County Press Association, it ture.

is quite likely that the Florida State
The "Hobo Hotel" in Chicago is dismantled -
Press Association which meets at
and will soon be closed unless -
Miami in a short time, will pass some
some philanthropic person refurnishes Do You RealizeYour WE EMPHASIZE:
such resolution along the same linesas
it. There are not enough that drafted by the DeSoto asso Our values which are rarely, if ever

utensils left to fry a canary bird's egg ciation. equalled at the END of the season.
on. Even the stove, gas fixtures and

plumbing has been removed; in fact, o Insurance Contract Sometimes WE PARTICULARIZE-

everything except the keyholes, walls SEVERAL FAVORABLE
Saves You From Bankruptcy ?
and floors are missing. THINGS FOR SUFFRAGE.

o There are several big things hap-

pening right now favorable to the
WOULD GIVE :MEDAL THEREFOREIt WAFFLE CLOTHS
woman suffrage movement. Theseare
FOIL GALL. OTTOMAN: WEAVES
the change of the prohibition
When the medal for gall is awarded : TUSSAH CREPESMARQUISETTES
question from a force hindering suffrage stands to reason that it should be cor-
we intend to submit the claims of ::
the young man who commands the to a force helping the women; rectly drawn so that you can realize on SILK ORGANDIES
a of suffrage sentiment throughthe
sweep
Prinz Eitel Friedrich. He sinks VOILES
an DRESDEN
American ship at sea without any men of the South, which has as- it when you have a fire. It is as necessary FLOWERED VOILES

warrant of law whatever, and sails themselves tonished the a good-natured suffrage campaigners tolerant as the examination of the title to your POMPADOUR: RICE CLOTHS

gaily into an American port to ask ; FLOWERED AND CHENE
attitude the of male legisla-
for coal, provisions and repairs, so he on part property.For LAWNS
tors displaying active hostility or
can return to sea and sink other RIPPLE CREPES
American ships. That sort of person brick-wall indifference; and a move- Rates and other Information Call LENO HANDKERCHIEF
ment in the North to demand woman'srights
makes even Theodore Roosevelt seem LAWNS
to vote for presidential elect- on or Phone
modest says the New York World. i NEW ENGLAND ORGANDIES
ors as a precursor to full ballot priv-
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o i LACE

\VORKI\G FOR REVISIONOF ileges. : SHADOW DIMITIES
o i : SWISS EMBROIDERED:
CONSTITUTION. MME. CURIE AT FRONT: WITH A
From its headquarters in Brooklyn, FULL X-RAY EQUIPMENTParis. : I VOILES '

the Committee on the Federal Consti-

tution is working hard to further the .-Mme. Curie, the scientist, I I S.Y.WAYInsurance I -

measure introduced in congress by who with her husband discovered radium -

Representative Bryan revising the is working hard in hospitalsnear i I

amending article of the constitution. the front with a complete radio- i II I In a full range of prices ranging from
and Real Estate
Their purpose is to put the govern graphic equipment. She is intensely Agent ; 12V&C. to $1.50 a yard.
ment of the United States more fullyin interested in her work. I I

the hands of the people. I I SPECIALS FOR :MONDAY, TUESDAY
PHONE 172THORNTON
The new committee includes Dr. DoctorsBiii'kmnsliT I I WEDNESDAY
John B. Andrews, secretary of the
American Association for Labor Legislation & I i I i WINDSOR AND PLISSE CREPES
Brnmlngc ,
; Prof. Charles A. Beard, of ( iI I 25; pieces of all this season's designs and

Columbia University; W. T. Cross, OSTEOPATHS I, I colorings, a charming fabric for Kimonas,

secretary of the National Conferenceof Personal instruction under Dr. Still i Tea Gowns, etc., Regularly sold at 25c. a
Charities and Correction; Prof. Al-
at Kirksville, Mo. :
of Harvard University i yard,
bert Bushnell Hart, -
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
and Mrs. Florence Kelley, National Bank. Phone 578. :Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 17c.

general secretary of the National .
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o I .. 15 pieces of Dainty Designs, all 1915

NEW YORK WORLD i patterns, on white and colored grounds.

ON WILSON. Regular 25c. values. '"
The New York World, in a recent PARK i
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 19c.
notable editorial entitled, "Two Yearsof

Wilson," says that these two yearsof ., DRESS AND SHIRTING MADRAS ,
the Wilson administration have ,
25 of Fancy Stripes on White
helped to make more history than any is but Lake Eola the beautiful : pieces ,.
other two years since Lincoln. The a step to new play Grounds two and three toned stripe com

editorial says that Wilson is complete ground of the city. binations.

master of himself, his party, and his
administration and that he has no I Regular 25c. and 30c. values.

kitchen cabinet, no back-stairs advisers Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice : Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 21c.

secret influences underground
no no ;
wires that run from the White lots now selling at low prices and special inducements t ..
House into Wall street or into the

headquarters of any political commit- offered to those who build this season. I

tee. The editorial says that he holds

the matic scales corps' evenly have, and not that been the able diplo-to Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or DICKSON .IYfS CO.

., learn where the president's personal ask dealer.TAYLOR
sympathy lies in the present great your .

: conflict. In his aloofness the World

; believes Wilson's great strength lies

is and concludes the most striking edito- .DEPARTMENT STORE.

rial that has been written in many
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weeks by: 'The enormous good fortune -

r of the people of the United I & THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

States in the storm and stress of
The Store of true service, of never-failing cour
f these coming years is that their chief I tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mere

r magistrate is'sane-the sanest mind chandise at right prices

today that is intrusted with the responsibilities Proprietors
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of government anywherein ORLANDO FLORIDA

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I Usual Matinee and Evening Per-
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR DELIGHTFUL
I MUSICALE. formance of Pictures until 8.15.
March 14th20th. I In response to Dr. and Mrs. W. F.
. I Blackman's invitation, their many
Sunday friends assembled in Knowles Hall,
Usual church services. Rollins College, on Friday evening to
Monday enjoy a musicale, the artists for the 4 1
"MASKS AND FACES"A
"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Malone, hon- occasion being Miss Worthington Starting at 8.15 o'clock
oree; Mrs. Gordon Wright, hostess. niece of Mrs. Blackman, sympathet-
Mission Study Class,Chapter House. ically accompanied by Mrs. Berkeley Biograph Special Feature
8 p. m.-New York and New Jersey Blackman. and Mr. Forrest Dabney
social Tourist Headquarters. Carr, accompanied by Miss Roberta I The Sixth of the Special Attrac- complete in two parts. o
Tuesday Branch with her usual accomplished APPROPRIATE-ALWAYS WELCOME 0 '
Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. F. D. interpretation. Each selection on the J
; tion series, the is a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have
Carr, hostess. program was well rendered and an many
Bow-Knot Club; Mrs. Dale, hostess. enthusiastic encore greeted each singer beautiful articles deep cut in rich designs, such as water sets,
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. and player. After an hour of "BRONCHO BILLY'S XMAS fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern
Thos. Brodwater, hostess. musical pleasure the guests crossed dishes, cologne bottles, powder and
puff jars, etc., aU
ll specially
Sorosis Club; "Leaders in Reform;" the campus, which was effectively BEULAH BUCK QUARTETTEOne SPIRIT"
Mrs. Warlow, Mrs. Rush, Mrs. Gore, lighted with bright-hued Japanese Priced. ,
and Mrs. Watkins. lanterns to Carnegie Hall, to greet
8 p. m.-Mendelssohn Choral re- Winter Park's popular and charminghost An Essanay Drama FeaturingMr. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. :
hearsal, Presbyterian lecture room. and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. of America's Leading Fe- G. M. Anderson. n ,
' WednesdayPhiladelphiaBirmingham Worthington, Washington City, received cD
baseball with Dr. and Mrs. Blackman. :Aim li 01:1.rIII.. J
game. Here several hours delightful felicita- male Quartettes. i
St. Patrick's Day party, Duke Hall. tions wer exchanged by the throngof - - 1
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Unity Circle. happy guests.
Young Matrons Card Club. - "THE FLIRT'An :
Sans Souci Club. Mrs. W. Murphy, of Jacksonville, 1
Needlework Guild, Chapter House. will sing at the Presbyterian church OUR PAINTS' ARE MIXED i
Men's Forum, Chapter House. this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Murphyare Edison Comedy.
New Lucerne hotel dance.Thursday visiting in the city for several 1 with only' pure white lead and Pure
weeks. t linseed oil .s a base. There a,. j
Rosalind Club afternoon. - s G Cheapening substitutes, but not in }
Bridge party; Mrs. Sinclair and The annual banquet of the Satur- ADMISSION 50 CENTS C o the paints we sell. And let ua tell j
Miss Peck, honorees; Mrs. Straley, day Auction Bridge Club is to be heldat HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" it I
you pays to buy such paints just as
hostess. the San Juan on Thursday, and as S
"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Lake, usual the club members will make it t- i it pays to buy the best butter or j
hostess. quite an enjoyable affair. p freshest eggs.Orlando :
1 Annual banquet, Saturday Auction TE
Bridge Club. N. Y. AND N. jTsOCIAL
Friday EVENING.The 5 Cents 10 Cents RAIN
Paint & Wall Paper Co
Meeting of U. D. C.; Mrs.: D. C. members of the New York and
Thompson hostess. I I New Jersey Association will hold a I ------ -- -- --- ---- 205 S. Orange Avenue j
Nullos Club. social evening at the Tourist Head- II . . II Q 1111'1'1 J f+)i'I
Saturday quarters Monday evening :March 15, COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; 1915. Ladies, please bring cakes. LucerneTOMORROW j
Mrs. Davis hostess. -Q-- 'I FAVORTE THEATRE \
Entre Nous Club; :Miss Miriam LUNCHEON AND -

Fudge, hostess. THEATRE PARTY. 'I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission I| | i!,
- The local chapter of the K. E.
MISS BRANCH sorority alumnae gave a buffet luncheon 5 CentsMONDAY'S
ENTERTAINS.The I at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Giles i WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver 1
Entre Nous Club was enter- last evening in honor of Miss Mar-
tained on Saturday afternoon by Miss guerite Drennen and Mrs. Otto Grasse. The Greatest Vaudeville Attraction r..II..C .I.'III- hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. 1 1I
Roberta Branch, in compliment to The affair was delightful and in the ever offered the Something new Something New I
:Miss Belle Limerick. Two extra ta- I evening they attended the performance People of Orlando : PROGRAM FeatureHon't I Try it. Ask About it.
bles of guests were invited and sev- of the "Prince of Tonight" at Four Reels-Three Reel Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for :
eral girls came in for five o'clock tea. the Lucerne. Those present were "CATES"SAIOPHONIC fail to see :Scout lounger, the three or more
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:Miss Elizabeth Fudge received a pret- Miss Drennen, Mrs. Grasse, Mrs. LeRoy notorious outlaw, at the Favorite I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand ,
ty deck of cards for making the high- Giles, Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs. WaIter SYMPHONIC i j theatre Monday. This picture is car- COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
est score among the club members, Essington, Mrs. Fishback, Mrs. BANDGuaranteed I ried by one of his old partners. Watch 'I POTATO SALAD
and 2Mrs.: Gillispie, a box of Crane's Merle McElroy, Mrs. W. M. Glenn, Ii i; for him in his cowboy suit and he 1
stationery for the guest prize. Miss and the Misses'; Mary Robinson, Ada to be the World's will tell you about this Western fea J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
Limerick was given a lovely silver Bumby, and Florida Howard. ture.And
picture frame. Delicious pineapple- Greatest and most Meritorious i j a good comedy. II Phone 26
whipnut-bread sandwiches and tea I Five and ten cents. j jI i 1
TELEPHONE COMPANY NOTES Musical Attraction. :
were served after the Miss
game. --- -
Miriam Fudge will be hostess for the I+I ROUND TABLE j 1
club next Saturday. Ray Reynolds is now the managerof i
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Rev. Mr. Pierce will give a paperat
Mrs. J. C. Talbert.- -- Mrs. McCul- the Orlando Telephone company, "RUNAWAY JUNE" i' the Round Table on "Stories and :, Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results j
tough and :Miss Madeline McCullough, being appointed this week by Presi- Legends of Florida." '
of Atlanta, Ga., are guests of Mrs. 11. dent J. L. Dean. The company is Still Getting Better. ;
]f. Fudge at her home, 605 North busy laying new cable on Broadway ---
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Orange avenue. !which will furnish telephonic service
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The U. D. C. meeting to be held at to Colonial Hills, and also new cable
the home of :Mrs. D. C. Thompson is lines are being installed on South THREE OTHER REELS OF FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
changed from Thursday to Friday afternoon -. i
street. New cable has been ordered
SPLENDID PICTURES.This .
March 19th.
'and is on the way which will be used I
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The members of the Mendelssohn 'Ion Gore avenue. The mass of wireson Monster Show for the Established 1886

choral are urged to be at the Presbyterian South street between Orange and
lecture room promptly at eight same Little Prices
Boone
will be taken down. The underground -
o'clock Tuesday night. The concert
work is to be taken up and all are requested cable is a great improvement -
to attend each and every re for Orlando, and this city is one CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

hearsal. 'of the few cities in Florida having OSTEOPATHYDR.
-oOn -
,this modern system.
Friday evening the handsome I
Tiedtke home on Hillcrest avenue was J. C. HOWELL LOANS
the scene of a merry dance Misses MEN'S OPEN FORUM Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Frances and Alice Tiedtke being the I Kirksville Graduate
hostesses, the "younger society set" Woman Suffrage will be the topicof Consultation Free
p being the guests. The house was the Men's Open Forum at their Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan REAL ESTATE RENTALS
beautifully decorated with roses and Hotel
ferns. Brick cream and delicious meeting: next Wednesday, March 17,
Office Phone 716 Residence 1018
home made cake were served after in hte Episcopal Chapter House. All Orlando; Fla.WOOD.
the dancing. men are invited. 7:30 p. m.

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I APRIL WEDDINGSRequire For Sale


the prompt placing of orders for engraved $2.00 Per Strand

invitations.shapes and forms Our samples that have represent been accepted the very by latest re-: Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65x167. Price

fined and fashionable society.

WE LEAD in originating artistic effects with fine ALL TIMES $4500.00. A bargain.

material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for Orlando Wood' YardB.

samples, which will be supplied free of charge.
J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING W. Kinpsie. Proprietor
CO., Wedding PINE STREET AND R. R.
Stationery Engravers, 47 Whitehall St. Atlanta, Telephone =u.: -
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5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

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METHODST CHURCH ( Jas. Cowan) Wanted to Buy | |


THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner John B. Ley, pastor. ships."Allies" S-o-m-e Plucking poultry Turkey! With War-

West and Church Streets Bible school 9:45 a. m.; C. E. How-
ard, superintendent. -o- Iron Black Eye Whippoorwill Clay and
,
Excellent Hot and cold water. Oneof the best
rooms.
service
Splendid Prof. J. W. Simmons teacher of "Searching investigation to be madeof
cooks in the siate. Rates_ 17.50 per week and| up. Special rates to parties I visitors' and adults Bible class. Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
recent sinking of Wm. P. Frye.
wishing, table board. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. nu,
W. G. DUNCAN Prop by the pastor. Subject of morning Another attempt to make a big mess

sermon, "Influence of Trifles. Evening out of a small fry. SALE H
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theme, "How Jesus Is DisposedOf. --()-

ROSSMORE INNWindermere Good music. Male quartette "The negro darted to one side, and
morning and evening. Visitors cor- Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman Golden Dent White Dent
welcomed. amid a veritable hail of bullets, escaped -
dially Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
Senior League, 6:30 p. m. the very clutches of Orlando
. Monday, 3 m., Ladies' Aid So- and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.
p. So reminded that bullets
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric aw. we are
ciety.
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Midweek service Wednesday, 7:30p. and clutches can be so misguidedas

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish m.; topic, "My Brother's Keeper." to make safety a thing derided. Prices Right, Drugs Pure, See:!s Fresh j

ing.' Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019 --()- -
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
Dr. Kopp of Metropolitan: Life
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The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. Insurance company recently said that
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn Fourth Sunday in Lent.
fifty per cent. of the men examinedfor
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. life insurance would have to be City Drug Store
Sunday school, I):45.
Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa
Morning prayer and sermon 11. rejected in a physical test for mili-

Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30. tary service. Thus do we learn the

J. W. HURLEY Rev. 1J. P. Cobb will preach at the wisdom of the cry for peace at any ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. OXLANDO: HA ; ;
midday service.
price. But what will happen when

MANAGERVISIT TEXT -0--SERVICES the searcher for a fight at any cost . . . . . 'c'r.fr' . . . .

Revival services Sunday at the tent drops around?
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"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR on Central avenue, at 10:30 a. m.,
2:30 and 7::;0 p. m., conducted by --()-
THE BEST FISHING
Revs Reneker, Chester Bedinger: President Wilson informs us that AN ADDED JOY
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of Jiegel, and Sumner. Everybody in- "Business has now a time of calm

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. vited to come.CIIUSTIAN. and thoughtful adjustment before it.
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for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. -0-- To the letters
Parking place Tripsto ; AMI MISSIONARYALLIANCE disturbed only by the European war." 1+ t you re

wonderful "Boiling Springs. Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, E'en ancient Cassius groaned and ceive if they are writtenon

for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. At 22 Pine street, west. murmured, "Brutus, this sober form

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier Sunday school at 0:30 at 2:30 and p.7:30 m.Preaching p. m., of yours hides wrongs." stationery that is of

grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing by the pastor Rev. D. E. Bedinger. fine quality and correct
purposes. You are cordially invited to all of ,
HOUSEHOLD HINTS: FOR MEN
these services. Come and bring the k 't shape.
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-0UNITARIAN- After a towel has served its timeon
TOURISTS ATTENTION! CHURCH c'iti HIGHLAND LINEN
the towel rack its usefulness can
(Corner Central A>e. and West St.) l't
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. be prolonged by using it to wipe off fills every requirement

Prepared by our New York Cook Rev. Walter G. Pierce, of Jackson- boots. of the most exacting
will at 11
ville, speak a. m. Always save the pins from your
Mr. Pierce will also give a paper shirts back from the customer because it is
as they came
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 before the Round Table on "Stories
and Legends of Florida." laundry. Every week or two sell the "CRANE"*

Subject for Unity Circle on Wednes- accumulation to the junk man, who ? \ quality.

Electric Elevator !Hot and Cold Water day afternoon is "Current Events," by will pay a fair price for old iron. ll1liWA\ItJI))
Mrs Temple.
W. S. Branch
0CIIRISTI.tN On coming home late at night always -
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EMPIRE HOTEL SCIENCE walk up the stairs on your hands '
] : THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. <*o as not to disturb the rest of the 1llIJIic1IiI

54 Rooms Services" at 11 a. m.; subject, "Sub family. This will be a little difficult
Light Housekeeping sti ice. ---- -
Wednesday evening service, 7:43.'ll.rid : it first, but always remember that

floor, corner South Orange "practice makes perfect.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round arenue and Church; street. Entranceon Doing up a long mustache in curl COMPARE THESE VALUES WITH OTHERS.For .

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Church street. papers is an excellent idea for gen- Horses and Mules CarbohydratesProtein
'()- II per cent. Carbohydrates 46 per cent.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tlemen whose hirsute adornment gets Fat 6.55 Fibre II "

( ,: ) 3,1'vJ" (At the rand) into the coffee or the soup. This plan At $1.75 per sack
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, I). D.,
saves napkins and spots on the vest For Milch Cows
... pss-tor. Protein 19.2 per cent. Carbohydrates 45.5 percent.Fat .
"r .
Ir r r N -Portland
with the Express.It '
The dav's worship begins
6.55 pcr cent. Fibre la per cent ,
Sunday school at U:43: a. m.; Mr. Samuel o At $1.75 per sack.
A Newell superintendent.Ien's
-iaiara class will meet in their par- is reported that the Palm Beach We will have a shipment of Hay Monday. Send us your address -
and we will be pleased to mail you a price card.
& railroad has awarded
!If. '" in the basement of the new Everglades .
cKurh. Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny is t!'e 'he contract for the building of the TIlE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGE

telcher.1".Jt. proposed line from West Palm Beachto W. L. OeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
'IC' vorl'ip at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m., with the pastor in charge. Lake Hicpochee. The road, which ..-
subject of morning sermon, "The will be of standard gauge and thoroughly -
Adaptability of the ospel." Evening equipped, will run west from --- - - ------

THE ARCADE HOTEL Their subject, "When" the Nations Meet Palm Beach along the bank of the
Judge.
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:.",0 p. m., West Palm Beach canal for twentysix JONESGOESJUSTTHE[ [ SAM[

in the Baraca hall (new church); Mr. miles, then angling off to the
Eugene Reid president.
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Prajer and fellowship meeting on southwest and skirting the southern
shores of Lake Okeechobee about five _
Wednesday night in Baraca hall in
Building in Connections
',nc rew church. miles from the lake tapping the up-
bus line which has been for fourteen
Orlando Ha. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN-- CHURCH per Everglades. It is to be completedby My serving you

Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. March 1, 1916. months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
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O'Neal Sun-'av, S''nerinsncler.t.school at !.:45 a. m.; W. R. O' same time it always has. 0

St. Petersbuurg is planning for a
Men'ss'l.ble class: in auditorium at
9:45 a. m.Services. new school buiding to cost 175.000. TIME TABLE

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. If a newspaper dispatch from that

Morning sermon "Mind vs. Emotion. city is correct,teh building will be paid Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
Evening sermon, "The Primacy of
Sacrifice." for without increasing the tax rate

SHEET METAL CO. Young People's Society at 6:30 p.. for the sub-school district since the BOUND EAST BOUD
Worthington Blackman, president present rate of taxation will yield Read Down Read Up

enough to interest and have
Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- pay
tor; Miss Roberta Branch, organist. something left for a sinking fund. I IA. I.A.\1.! : P. 1\1. 'A.M. P. 1\1. P. M.

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos A cordial welcome is extended the ----- -
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public to worship with us. Orlando 6:3oIo.15; 3:00 I 9.30 1.30! 6.00

and Rubber RoofingsCornices CATIIOLIC--()-CHURCH WE WILL GIVE YOU YOURMoney's Ocoee I 7.301I.15. ; 5 4:001 I 8.3C I2.3oi; 5.00Winter

Fourth Sunday in Lent. Garden : 7.45'' I 1:30 4 30 i; 8. IS 12.15 4-45

Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, !Metal\ Ceilings Sunday school 9 a. m. WorthAT Oakland 8:00---, 4:301 I 8.00 --,4,30
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
No evening service
THE -f'- -
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
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All round money getters-want ads. PLAZA RESTAURANTThe ,


TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR I REAL ESTATEWe

Best Food The Best Service :

; j3l SALE-Furnished, modern five- The Best Price at all Times .
room bungalow, on Gunby avenue.
Price $1,800 for quick sale. F. W. =
l l 'I II !t tE :McAuley, builder, 4 W. South street. Special Sunday30c t
3-u-n: *

{ TABLE D'HOTE DINNER 40c bu> d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If j j
E r FOR SALE-400 Lu Gim Gong 3 year
ilf 1
'II old nursery trees, budded from the RELISHES you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call j
mother tree; a large number of 3 year Celery Tomatoes Olives
old orange and grapefruit trees ready '
SOUP and talk wishes with
for planting now. Whole nursery stock your over us.
will be sold. Address Alabama Lodge Potage de poulet a la Jonsville
Winter Park, or telephone 461 Winter FISH The manager of this firm has had years of exper- ,
0 !s Park. 3-14-ltc
Hachis di moren, a la Cream ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

WANTED reliable man and wife SALAD
for farm and housework. Address Salade de Homard million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
1 a 1 i 1 "Letter A," Sentinel office. 3-14-ltc !
ENTREES
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: two years.
YES-We teach you the barber trade Spring Chicken Saute aux petit pois. i

.1 and give position in our' chain of Fricasse d'agneu a la Poulette We are well posted on the values of all classes and "
shops at good wage for $ O. Atlanta Mallard Duck, Brase, a la Huntman.
Barber College, 10 Mitchell street
kinds of Florida We want listed with
Atlanta, Ga. 3-14-lt ROASTS property. us all

Roast Tennessee Turkey, Apple Jelly
in Real Estate and customers for
SITUATION WANTED bargains we want Real
strong Roast Veal, with Dressing
young man desires position as Roast Western Prime Ribs of Beef,
rhaffeur. or any kind of work on farm. Estate Bargains. J ; ;
Reference from Chicago or home au jus
town. Address Chauffeur, care Senti- Roast Loin of Pork Apple Sauce
nel. 3-14-lt*
VEGETABLES

Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice
FOR RENT, FOR SUMMER: SEASON -

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your low, new, OR and LONGER modern in-every One bunga-detail. Asparagus Points DESSERTIce a la Vinegrette WARING( REAL L ESTATE COMPANY

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and Also" one 2-story house. Both completely Cream
proper strength of the drugs you take. furnished. Both well located.
Small of adults will have the Cake, a la Imperial
When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and family
preference. Apply to Orlando Building BEVERAGESCoffee ; R. WARING, Manager
fresh beautifiers harmless.
; our are and Land Co., opposite San Juan
Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round hotel.' 3-14-6t Tea Milk '
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block
Phone No. 6311115tf
and you will never go anywhere else for them. FRUITS

WANTED Malaga Grapes r .
:MERCK'S P F r <1RM ACY ;
> Fifty extra sales people for Biz Challenge -

THE REXALL STORE Duckworth Sale. Co.Apply at once. Yowell-3-14-lt GET THE PLAZA HABIT .TT . ... . . . . . . . . . . tllli . . . .i . .._




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.,( LOOK!-18 flne- clt; ots- for sale - -
CUT PRICES Also furnished or unfurnished .1.1-111.1 her. I.Ja"tll a"l1cl Sl1.i1.1 les
. SENTINEL I houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton, owner -
1k TO GETREADY 215 South Main street opposite
:Methodist church. Phone i>9.
ANTS 2-27-lmo.
CASH i
SEI.ECTEDIA- : ATEE COUNTS
--- I LANDS

i On the Gulf highlands of the fam- i
The Morning Sentinel Want Ious Sarasota Bay district South Flor- I
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the GreatestVant dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship- () I lf.ANTI I )( )
Ad Medium in Orlando. of
Brick Road. pers. grapefruit and oranges: heavy
nd early shippers= of winter vegetables -
Terms Cash in Advance. ; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
5 Room House, close in. Easy mate; invigorating salt air from the
. RATES gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
Terms. For One Day ________-_____25t; sian wells; this proved and tested Cement Plaster and
____ Royal Agatite :Perfection Lime
Grove. For Three Days ___ ---- 50c land, close to transportation, sur-
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days __-______-_____7c; rounded by prosperous groves and
For One Month _-__--______$2J>0 farms we offer at a low price on
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Lots This rate applies on all ads \I' small payment down balance ten -
25 words or less. If the ad con- years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow ..
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate to pick from. Immense leap in
will be one cent per word for values will follow. This special offeris
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- not to speculators, but ot those
terms. sertion. who will actually develop the land. L"
I fine class of residents "' C' ., : :
If you can't bring your ad to Exceptionally
We will do business on any of the office telephone :No. 24. Accounts coming. lj/DHr 1z L.//.4O .. CAJS
the above. opened by telephone will]) be Write today for full information.SARASOTAYEICE .
I payable the following: day. CO..
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.
t j Every Home-Every Business 2-21-Imoc
Every Man has use for a
ORLANDO. REAL ESTATE CO., J I Sentinel Want Ad. I FOR -KENT 1


" Watkins Block PHONE 504 LOST-Between San Juan hotel and KIN LAID ana SNUBENOrlando's -
FOR SALE my home, auto top cover. Please
return to L. A. Beeman, San Juan
-For FineWATCH FOR RENT-Second story flat to hotel. 3-13-6t*
rent, by the year, with bath and
CLOCK and Ii hts. Apply to 210 Palmetto street. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in new Largest and Cheapest
3-ll-6t modern home; very reasonable for
JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall those staying for the late season and
FOR SALE-A Rood comfortablehome summer; kitchenette if desired. 14
on C. VATER whois for small family; garden: East Amelia avenue. 3-13-St FURNITURE HOUSECor.
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- -----
: an expert at this trade ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion FOR RENT-SmaU flat, modern con-
avenue. 3-7-1mo* veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A
with many years experience
FOR SALE-Income producing straw- Knox. 11-3-tf Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

*..i Youngs RepairShop berry farm; crop goes with place; NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
J bring returns on your investment at
to adults
only. 409 Delaney street.
Post Pine StreetOSTEOPATH
Opp. Office once and will continue for four 10-25-tf
months. Will]) sell or exchange for
city property. G. F. Foster, Star I
Route No. 3. Orlando. 3-12-6t* WANTED

FOR SALE--In Concord Park; a bar- WANTED young colored man r.
gain; two-story house; two lots, with good capabilities wants a position -
50x150, improved; some fruit trees. as butler or janitor with goodprh'ate
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
411 W. Amelia avenue. 3-10-6t* family, going North or remaining -
Office corner Orange Avenue and in Orlando. References furnished -
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Call St. John's Mission, Clearance Sale I
FOR SALE-A cor-
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., good work horse; ner Pine and Terry. 3-13-3t*
Phone 419.Pure. guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
quite No. 19 East Pine street at A.
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo TRAVELING COMPANION set
tled man of education and refine-

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story ment seeks a position as traveling OF
companion and Has had
nurse. along .
cottage seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, experience in attending the sick
roomy porches
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. and afflicted. Best references can be
Florida 2-23-tf given. Address T. A. N., Sentinel I
office. 3-13-6tc

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully GasHeaters ;
NOW IS THE TIME to take sew-
Honey equipped; speedometer, Presto tank
etc. A bargain.: Act quick. Call at ing lessons and make up your spring
Ford Garage Church street. 2-12-tf and summer clothes. Miss Echols is
responsible for fit and style of all
dresses made under her. Cutting and
A
FOR
SALE-Story & Clark
Weeks grand piano won by Miss upright Myrtle sew fitting at done home.for those Room who 41, Watkins wish to Having a few heaters left which v.e do not wish to car- .
in the recent contest will be
block.
After
office hours, Willola
sold for benefit of Baptist church hotel. the to close them :
Calumet building fund. Piano may be seen 3-13-6t ry through coming summer we are going

at Weeks the,home 10 Washington of Mr. and street.Mrs. M. E. The NOTICE Missions MEETING Study: Class of St. out during the month of March at the following- prices: 1

Baking 1-13-tfc Luke's Woman's Auxiliary will meet
at the Chapter House
on Monday afternoon -
FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar at 3:30 o'clock. Leader, :Mrs. $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
in A-l condition; cheap for I'laisted. .
Powder cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor. Program:
905 East Central avenue. Phone 636:) Topic, Bishop Homer Mrs. Cobb. 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
1-4-tf Topic, History of the Woman's Aux-

iliary Reading; Mrs.,"An Mann.Interview With Yuan- 4.50 Heaters for 3.60 I
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock ShiKaiIrs.. Vivian.
and tools, best farm in county va- Hostesses Mrs.
; : Woodruff, Mrs.
CARUTHFRS & GORE riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Abernethy, Mrs. Carl Robinson. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
oldate: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock 3-13-2t I
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
er. 1-16-tfc Take your Kodak films to Robinson.
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New Modern Grocery JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of I 3-3-tf I BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.r

the most important items in successful ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate
growing of fruits and vegetables. sleeping car from Orlando to Washington -
Phone 200 Talk with II. C. McDaniel. lIe has commencing March\ 17. Leave
made a success of Jrowingboth.. He Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" urday nights, on train No. 82. This
brand. His experience is worth something ar parked for occupancy at 9 p. m6tf .
6 and 8 East Pine St. to you. Phone 708. -
2-26-lm*
BUYERS AND SELLERS
I buy, sell rent and e.\cliange real ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO;
FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden *state. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
seed, see J. L. Dean, Prop. City wer 30 years. Have handled over
Orlan C 0...Was inRton Drug Store. 3-4 2wks 20.000,000. Call and see ma.1063m .

1'_A._ LEWTCR. GAS DEPARTMENT :,
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FOR SALE -- ----
75 acres suitable for citrus culture FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and
and truck farming, bordering on a strawberries, phone II. McDaniel..
pretty lake and has one-half mile 708. Parties coming to the garden
DRAWING ROOM frontage on the Orlando to Sanford for vegetables will be .given low I
brick road, this frontage being adapted prices. 2-20-lmo* ..-. -- -- - ---- -- - - -- ---
for nice home sites; could be subdivided I
Car Established 1870
Sleeping I into 40 building plots 60x200 An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
I citrus fruits and truck farming five ioePanot & Wall
;
First Car on March 16 minutes walk to railroad station, Umbrellas recovered" and repaired 132 Park Place New York Finley's PaperStore
"while you wait, at Young's Repair
stores hotel, school and churches. Wholesale Dealers and Commission
When you consider location and good Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc:
VIA transportation facilities with other Merchants in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected

advantages the propert's real valueis Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
Atlantic Coast Line dent who needs money. lIe authorizes D. K. Davidson : Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.

me to sell it for $3,000. Who- Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
j
ever buys this property gets a bargain. GOLF INSTRUCTOR
CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad of the South For further particulars, call on i Liberal advances made on con- I i i

E. C. Young room 10, McNeill & Orlando Country Club signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. avis building, corner Church street K. E. Cocnran, resident. I
C and Orange avenue. Orlan
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand 1-31-tfc T. L. Turney, Treasurer.1-22-2m FINLEY'S PIONEER :


Saturdays I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc- PHONE 646 HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
I tion, nor any city lots outside of It Is Time Ii i
the corporation, though I have some i 1
LeavingOrlando on Train 82, splendid building lots near Lake Eola,
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fri- and they will be priced on their mer- To Plant Vines I
AUTO FOR HIRE
days and Saturdays.For its. See the owner and save commis- 1
sions. II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. I FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
Reservations and Tickets 2-26-1 mo* Bignonia 1

call on A. C. L. Local Ticket FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- BARNARD & SON The 14arIt a
Vinesta i
Agent. per Colony for sale at a bargain if 11 Hughey Street )Orlando Fla.210iiu ;
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 I
acres of as good land ass there is in I BougainvilleaPalms OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation
; I i
all under fence; 6 room house, auto and Ferns OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
and wagon sheds feed barn, stables. 'j FRESH AND SALT MEATS

corn some crib farming and poultry tools house go with; crop place.S. and. Dr. S. S. Jones!;, Kept under the best sanitary conditions. i

S. Bowman Taft, Fla. ; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
2-19-d&wk-lmo I VIOLET DELLGARDEN CHIROPRACTOR !I and 4

".. FOR SALE I graduate Davenport College, 17 and We invite pore.Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have j-i
DR. L. H. Terms to Suit Purchaser 18 Yowell-Dackworth building; phone i i
RAMSDEU in the Meat
I 09. Intelligent people everywhere everything Line.
Good citrus and truck land, cleared
OPTOMETRIST in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on I ire being restored to health by chiropractic
ORLANDO, - FLORIDA brick road to be built this year, two J. 51.\ CARUTHERS adjustments, the new scienceof II H. vdC. Self & Co.
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4 removing the cause of disease Examination J
Phone
AND DO ALL KINDS rings, or white H. G. Jackson, R. F.D.I 509. 408 South Lake St. free. 12-24-lmo: PHONE: NO. SO PINE STREET
OF
OPTICAL Xo. 2, Orlando for appointment.2Ulmo J
REPAIRING New want ads. in today's paper. Don't overlook the want ads. '







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, Special 1 each mornirg this week. To the first 50 Adults entering the North
: t Door on Orange Avenue, we will give a ticket which will entitle you to the :1

1 Opportunity of drawing the premium which \\e will give a\\ay free at 10 ip

,; o'clock. Person holding ticket must be in the Store at that time, if not another -
p 4 4 number will be chosen. Wednesday, $5 CO Silk Parasol; Thursday, '

:; .: $5.00 Bed Spread; Friday, Silk Petticoat; Saturday, Largest Ham in Store. .
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Never in the history of Orlando has a merchant dared to offer such a sale right at the heights of the season

is this. We are going to tell you about it.
just when need the goods the most. But the story simply
you than did and the season is backward; and realize
We bought heavier in every Department this year we ever ,
have decided to do it now when you need the goods
ing that it will be necessary to reduce this materially, we
of the to make it quick, sharp and decisive; to
And to do it quick, to make this sale the sensation season,

that end the prices on everything in this Mammouth Store, in every department, is so low in price and at-
And in that we will reduce the stock to what we
way
tractive that you cannot help but supply yourself now.

want it to be. -

merchandise shown in the South. Your dollars do double duty here, and double the selec-
collection of beautiful new Spring
Here you will find the most gigantic Goods, garnered from the big mills of the world; all to be sacrificed at prices never before
bower of beautiful New Spring
tion to choose from. Every department is a of Merchandise at prices actually lower than
0 the best quality
whileit lasts. Your are buying
", of it
take advantage
heard of in Orlando and>"icinit) It is jour opportunit> discover anywhere in the city. As soon as you read this advertisement -
solid bargains to the foot than you can
square
will find
You more
they have ever been in Orlando. Come. what want,and be well satisfied.
You will get
it with you
need
bring
jou.
make jour arrangements to come to the BIG STORE. Make a list of things you



I Sale begins WED'Y, MARCH 17th, at 9 o'clock '



Store will be closed all day Tuesday to prepare for this Great Challenge Sale


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r ents Hundreds to be given of Dollars away in absolutely Beautiful PresROOf GARDfN THEATRE 1 T = ma r NIGHT Coat's Spool Cotton, Challenge Sale

F With eerjdollar purchase; you Price _.________________________4c
ticket, and the one holding the
corresponding with the number on the
present, you receive that present free. All 4 REELS AT EVERY SHOW 4of
these beautiful presents are all free, Dress Ginghams, good heavyweight
and all lune the same opportunity to recehe -
splendid patterns, lOc.
of them.
one or more
; admission fish of
Special Monday Xight: with every paid a
Sale Price _____5c
Hand's Pure Ice Cream will be Given Absolutely Free. quality Challenge
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BEST BRAND DRESSGINGHAMS
Big U Western Drama. McQuarrie, Agues Verr Fancy Crepes, all new and fresh. ,
"AN EXAMPLE.
beautiful line to select from,
Beautiful line of patterns. to choose from.
Rex Drama Sale I
25c. qualitjChallenge
12 l-2c. quality, Challenge Sale I price
"THE ADVENTURES OF A SEA HACKC." Price __ ____________122c
71-2
Sterling Comedy
_--- Bleached Muslin, full 1 yard wide,
FOX TROT CRAZE.
"THE
See Our Big Four Page free from dressing, Challenge

Sale Price _____________________5c
Circular for Special Admission Free Until 6:30 p.m. Nights, 5c. and 1 Oc.
Prices

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Amazing Values at The Big Store


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Augument is unnecessary and detailed description would be superfluous; these Silks at this



price were never equalled, will never be surpassed, no store will approach these economizers!!




SILKS in plain colors and fancy figured effects, MESSALINES, a beautiful soft finish, full 36 in. CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, a soft clingy-
black white and all colors fabric, with a beautiful sheen, all the wanted
this lot is worth 25c., 35c., and 40c. Challenge wide, in $1.00 qual-
Sale Price __________________________________19c ity Challenge Sale Price _______________________69c shades, $1.50 quality Challenge Sale Price____$1.29
SILK POPLIN, full 40 inches wide, a beautiful fab-
CREPE DE CHINES, in plain and fancy weaves, ric with a high sheen, $1.25 quality, Chal- CREPE :METEORS, a beautiful material, 40 inches -

some in stripes and Jacquard patterns, beautiful lenge Sale Price ____________________________9Sc wide, in all the newest shades, $2.00 quality -
line of colors, worth regular 65c. and 75c. Challenge Sale Price ___________________$1.69
TAFFETA SILKS, beautiful Chifon finish, full 36
Challenge Sale Price ____________________________44c inches wide, all colors, $1.50 quality, ChallengeSale

Price ________________________________$1.19 CIIARMEUSE: 40 inches wide, very fine, rich,
wide i in Battleship Grey, soft and luminous finish, white cream and
SILK POPLIN, full yard CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, fine soft finish, full
worth regular $1.00 black, extra value at $2.00, Challenge Sale
light blue, navy and black,
wide beautiful line of colors
_________________59c yard $1.75 quality Price $1.78
quality, Challenge Sale Price ------------------------------------
Challenge Sale I Price ______________________$1.38
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CHALLENGE SALE OF Challenge Sale of the Seasons CHALLENGE SALE OF TABLE


3 DOMESTICS Most Stylish Wash Dress Goods LINENS and NAPKINS t

It is positive these prices cannot repeated.. The

IJROWN bought DUCK for,20c.full, 8 Challenge oz., the best Sale grade PPrice13'c you ever Do not temporize, hesitation may make you miss values are too great, and what is more it would be impossible A.

these extraordinary money saving opportunities. for even The Big Store to secure more at the
IJROWN CHEESE CLOTH, Challenge Sale Price ___ 4c many
prices for which these were obtained.
BROWN MUSLIN, full wide yard, free from spots, CREPES, all new, fresh and clean, beautiful floral A
Challenge Sale Price _________________________5c. patterns, 12/c. quality, Challenge Sale TABLE DAMASK, bleached, 60 inches wide, regu- A
BROWN :MUSLIN, 39 inches wide, extra heavy Price -7 Vic lar 39c. quality, Challenge Sale Price __________25c

wight, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale Price ______7'2cMUSLIN \S,1ULLSAND[ BATISTE, in fancy stripes TABLE DAMASK: bleached, 60 inches wide, good J-
heavy weight, 50c. quality, Challenge Sale
Bleached full yard wide, free from dressing -
: and beautiful floral designs, 15c. quality, Chal- Sale Price _________________________________39cTABLE 1
__________________3c.
Challenge Sale Price __ lenge Sale Price ___________________________9c
DAMASK: bleached, 72 inches wide
MUSLIN, Bleached, a good heavy weight, free pure
from dressing, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale Price8cMUSLIN CHIFFON :\ AND RICE CLOTH, small neat elegant designs, 65c. quality, Challenge Sale A
dainty patterns and colorings, 19 cent quality Price ______ ________<_______________________-I"C
: Bleached I all tees t grades, 36.inches Challenge Sale Price ____________________11i2c TABLE DAMASK: :, bleached and unbleached, A
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wide, 12V-.C. quality, Challenge Sale Price lOc.
heavy weight and all linen, 75c. quali-
PRINTED CREPES, this is the most beautiful pure
CAMBRIC: MUSLIN, Bleached, 12/2c. quality, ty, Challenge Sale Price ______________________59c
line of pretty patterns and dainty colorings
Challenge Sale Price _________________________9c
we have ever shown, a real 25c. value, ChalTABLE DAMASK: bleached satin damask, 72 inCAMBRIC A
MUSLIN, Bleached, 15c. quality, Chal- lenge Sale Price ______________12'/2c ches wide, all pure linen, $1.00 quality, Challenge -
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Sale Price __________________________122c ity, Challenge Sale Price _____________________89c A
CAMBRIC MUSLIN Bleached, 20c..quality, Ch a-I 1 I low Challenge Sale I Prices on all of our higherpriced TABLE DAMASK, our I leader, beautiful 1 designs,

lenge Sale I Price ____________________________17c Wash Goods, even they are marked at prices never pure bleached, heavy Irish Linen, full 2 yds

DRESS GINGHAMS: a good eayelght; good before so low.Mens' wide, $1.25:> quality, Challenge Sale Price _______9Sc
line of patterns, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale TABLE DAMASK, bleached, Satin Damask, 79.inches -
Price __ .>c wide, Chal-
weight quality
--------- ----------:----------------- heavy $1.50 ,
DRESS GINGHAMS: 12%c. quality: Challenge lenge Price ______________________________$1.29
Sale Price _______________________________7jc} ] Furnishings-Challpnge Sale TABLE DAMASK, bleached I, extra double satin
DRESS GINGHAMS: 15c. quality, Challenge Sale damask, pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide,

Price ______________________________________lOc With. a Bargain Significencc $2.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.69
IMPERIAL CHAMBRY: GINGHAMS: 20c. quality

Challenge Sale Price ______________________12'/2c These goods are all new fresh and clean, in fact the NapkinsSCOTCH

GINGHAMS: best grade, 25c. quality, entire stock of New Spring :Merchandise all at Challenge $1.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price, per dozen ______85c;
Challenge Sale Price _________________________19c Sale Prices. $1.25 quality, Challenge Sale I Price, per dozen ______98c .
PERCALES AND MADRAS, 15c. quality, Chal- $2.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price, per dozen _____$1.19
lenge Sale Price _____________________________lOc PALM: BEACH SUITS, plain and dark colors, Challenge $2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price, per dozen _____$1.98
Sale Price__________________________ $6.18 Sale Price
TOWELS, white with red boarders, Challenge $3.00 quality, Challenge per dozen$2.39

Sale Price __________________________-._______3c PALM: BEACH SUIT, very latest style, with $4.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price, per dozen ______$3.19
TOWELS, heavy huck, 121C. quality Challenge Braided edge, $10.00 quality, Challenge Sale $5.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price, per dozen _____$3.98:

Sale Price_______________________________8 l-3c. Price ------______________________________$8.50
TOWELS, large size huck, 15c. quality, Challenge Challenge Sale of Bed Furnishings

Sale Price _________________________________lOc Straw and Panama Hats
SHEETS, bleached, size 72x90, regular 50c. qualIlenge -
BATH TOWELS, a good size, 15c. quality, Chal- ty Challenge Sale Price, 3 for $100, or each____35c
Sale Price ____________________________lOc $5.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price -----------$1.25; ,
twilled Sale $4.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$::1.18 SHEETS, bleached, seamless and free from dres-
TOWELLING, bleached, Challenge
size 81x90 85c Challenge Sale
Price __________________________________---3/c $3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.98 sing Price, ________,______quality______,_________________69c
$3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price
I GREAT CHALLENGE SALE OF EMBROIDERIES AND LACES $2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ===-------$1.98==== === : SHEETS,, but the will Everlasting last longer Kind than, will any not other last sheet forever

Prepare for the most wonderful Lace and Embroidery made, 90c. quality, Challenge Sale Price --------74c
surprise :you have ever seen. Come ex- Men's Shirts PILLOW CASES, size 42x36, 15c. quality, Challenge -)

pecting more than this advertisement states, Sale Price ____________________________lOc
as our space is to limited to give you prices, $1.00 quality, Challenge Sale I Price 83.
------------- PILLOW'"\ 42x36, heavy weight, scalloped,
but will say you will find most remarkable $1.50 quality, Challenge SIp.ce ----------$1.19 25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price _____________loc

bargains Lot of new in Transparent this Great Challenge Embroideries Sale., beautiful One i- $2.50 quality! Challenge Sale Price __________$1.98 PILLOW CASES, 42x36, Everlasting and Mohawk,

patterns, 25c.:> value, Challenge Sale Price____lOc $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.18 22c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ____________18c
$3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________2.98 I'ILLOCASES, 45x36, Everlasting and Mohawk,
25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ---______---20c
Mens' Wool Pants hemmed ready for use, regular
CHALLENGE SALE OF GROCERIES IIED$1.0EgDSty, Challenge Sale Price _____________89c
$2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98 BREADSPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular ;,
These items advertised below are strictly high grade, $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________ $2.48 $1.25 quality, Challenge Sale Price _______________98c

and the best obtainable at the price. We: mention only $3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.98 BEDSPREADS, hemmed and fringed, regulara

few of the many bargains we are giving during this $4.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$3.98 $1.50, Challenge Sale Price _________________$1.28
sale. $5.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________$.1.-18 BEADSPREADS, hemmed and fringed, $2.00 quality -
Challenge Sale Price ______________________$1.69
Sale Price $ .98
BEST. Brand) per lb. ______ISc $6.00 quality. Challenge ---------- BEDSPREADS, satin Marseilles, extra large

BEST CURED BREAKFAST BACON (Ensign :MEN'S WORK PANTS, $1.00 value, Challenge size, $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _____$2.48 -

Brand), per pound _________________________20c Sale Price _________________________________83cMEN'S BEDSPREADS, satin Marseilles, beautiful pat- .
Sale Price ______ "
terns, $4.00 quality, Challenge $320
BEST SANTOS ROASTED COFFEE, value 25c.
: WORK SHIRTS, 50c. value, Challenge
per Ib. _____________________________________20c Sale Price ___ ___ __ _____-I3cBEDSPREAPS, satin Marseilles, handsome patBEST -
""" """" Challenge Sale Price
quality $3.98
PEABURY COFFEE, value 35c, per lb _______25c .terns, $5.00; ""

BEST 5 STRING BROOMS: 65c. value ____________oOc MEN'S CAPS, $1.00 value, Challenge Sale Price --- 79c

BEST STRING BROOMS: 40c. value ____________25c FELT AND STIFF HATS, $3.00 value, Challenge
BEST CANNED TOMATOES: No. 2, value $1.00. Sale Price _______________________________$1.98 Challenge Sale Prices on White Goodsper

dozen __________________________________75c FELT AND STIFF HATS, $2.50 value, Challenge EMBROIDERED SWISS, in dots, rings and small

BEST CANNED E. J. PEAS, No. 2, value $1.75 Sale 1 Price________________________________$1.89 designs, 15c. quality, challenge sale price ______lOc
per dozen _________________________________$1.20
MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 2 piece, $1.00 value. ChalPAJAMA CHECKS, full yard wide, extra fine
BEST CANNED :MAINE CORN, value $2.40 per __ _________ _____________
___ 69cMEN'S
lenge Sale Price grade, a regular 12V/: c. quality, Challenge
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_ ____ _
dozen _____________________ _ $1.50
Sale Price ________________________________8'/2c
BEST CANNED CALIF. L. C. PEACHES, value : UNION SUITS, $1.00 value, Challenge

30 cents ___________________________________25c; Sale Price _________________________________83c WHITE LAWN, 40 inches wide, a splendid grade,
BEST CANNED APRICOTS, value 30c ___________25c; 12V-jC. quality, Challenge Sale Price ____________9c

BEST CANNED PEARS, value 30 cents __________25c; Neckwear RICE CLOTH, full 36 inches wide, a regular 25c.

BEST LEMON: EXTRACT, value 25c ______________20c quality, Challenge Sale Price _________________19c
SILK FOUR IN .HAND .TIES
WELCHES GRAPE JUICE, per pint, value 35c 25cWELCHES ; $1.00 Challenge Remember, we only I mention a few of the special
---_-_-_-_ SIP rIce _________________________________69c of in the
CHERRY JUICE, per pint, value 25c 20c low prices, but every piece goods store will be

BLUE LABEL KETSUP, per pint, value 25c. _______20c 50c. SILK FOUR IN HANDS, Challenge Sale Price.45c sold at Challenge Sale Prices.


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL

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Mr. Fred W. Wilmott left yesterday
to spend several days in St. Peters-
burg.


:Mr.: and :Mrs.: Geo. W. Leonhart, of 4
Jrownsville, Pa., were among the arrivals -
at the San Juan yesterday.

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Another turkey dinner at Mrs.
Cornish's Tea Room today. 14-ltc
ift

Rev. Eleanor Gordon will preach in
SECURE FOR SURE the Jacksonville Unitarian church to-
day. Rev. :Mr.: Pierce occupies the
.
pulpit in Unity Chapel.Mr. ,..
DON'T let idle funds remain idle, and don't invest rr .1 J :

in any security or venture where there is a and Mrs. Chas. C. Lloyd, of
possible question of risk. New York city, are making the San
Juan' hotel their home while visiting STATEMENT
Think of SAFETY FIRST. Orlando. p

Condensed statement as rendered to the Comp- R (+
Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. W. Rawlins, of
Your idle money will be. safe. It will earn 4 percent Evansville, Ind., are visiting Orlandoand troller of the Currency, :March 4th, 1915 .
.J and is ready when you need it. have pleasant apartments at the RESOURCES : -
San Juan.
We issue Certificates for any amount any busi-

ness day. Tomlinson LOANS _____________________ ___________________$3 4,14.7a
:Mr.: E. II. of the
real of one OVERDRAFTS _________________________________ 60.82
estate Jackson-
ville leading the men well known visitors STOCKS _______________________________________ 1,200.00
in was Orlando among yesterday.Mr. ----- U. S. BONDS _______________. __________________ 31,000.00 e -e'
OTHER BONDS ____________. ___________________ 16.085.16.: = = 3
The State Bankof ---F RE \L ESTATE, BANK BLDG, VAULT ETC..___ 36.82:5.77 =
W. A. McRae, traveling auditorof CASH AND IN BANK --_______________________506,801.78 "J
the Seaboard Air Line, with head-
quarters in Tampa, spent yesterday 1 -
!J in Orlando on business. ,. $I,006,1S6.26s

Orlando LIABILITIESCAPITAL
'V.Iakinson:: and son, of Kis-

/ I/ simmee, were in Orlando yesterday.Mr. : 1 ; ___________________________________ 50,000.00
Makinson is a leading hardware SURPLUS ______ __________.________________ 12.S1>D.00 "
merchant of that city. -" UNDIVIDED PROFITS ______ __________________ 8,598.58 g :
DIVIDENDS UNPAID _______ _____________ 8.00
Mrs. F. C. Brossier, who has been RESERVED FOR TAXES ____ ___________________ 291.89
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. II. CIRCULATION _______________________________ 21,000.00
Reese, and sons, Messrs. R. B. and DEPOSITS _____-____________ __________________ 913,785.79 -
J. C. Brossier, left yesterday for her
home in Miami. TOTAL --_____________________________________1006186.26 ( .

COMPARISONS:
Visitors from Watertown, Conn., 2.f s {
making the Hotel San Juan headquarters -
during their sojourn in Orlando, ..' M. DEPOSITS

include Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woolsonand MARCH 4, 1912 _______________$ 81,201.02MARCII
daughter, Miss Edna. 4, 1913 _____. ___________ 1524)47-35)
tt -' b. JYi MARCH 4, 1914 ______ ___________ 320,747.73
I Mrs. A. F. Odlin, who has been MARCH 4, 1915_____ ___________ 913,785.79
spending several days in Orlando, the
guest of Miss :M.: Ray, on Lake Cherokee -
- i left yesterday afternoon for her '
Your solicited and '
home in Arcadia.Mr. account appreciated,



. S Special n BeOllatIOllThi n n week K KOF cial.terday several.They and,afternoon Wis.Mrs.will days., arrived be G.on visitors R.the in Elliott the Tampa in city,Orlandofor of Spe-Milwaukee yes-- -A PEOPLES.! "It is a pleasure 1 NATIONAL to serve you.3AWX" Sgi t


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t< tI
:Mr.: John S. Keane, who is known .r
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far and wide as one of the happiestand I
congenial angels of commerce, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hill arrived in 1I 1s 1-
in Orlando. lie I
spent yesterday was
Orlando yesterday afternoon from
registered at the San Juan from Jack- j
FLORENCE WICKLESS
sonville. Meredin, Conn., on the Atlantic Coast
Line, for an indefinite sojourn. They
report the weather as being ugly all
For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- the way down, and did not feel at all :
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf discomfited when they reachd this
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVESWe
city to find it raining.Mr. .
Mr. A. D. French who has been
spending the winter in Orlando, aguest and Mrs. J. C. Whittock were
have been selling Oil Cook Stoves for many years. We at the Lake View, left yesterday among the arrivals reaching Orlando
for his home in Waltham, Mass.
have sold all kinds of oil stoves; we have tried out wicks, valves, He will visit points of interest en yesterday Line from over Jacksonville.the Atlantic They Coast have I I

and the automatic lever principles-and now we have found The route to his Northern home. been spending several weeks at pointsof

Florence Oil Stoves, made without valves or wicks. We honestly interest and are now looking over i
:Mr.: and Mrs.V.. S. Simmons, of this section. They will remain in Or-
believe this type of oil stove is the best. That is why we push Clarksburg, W. Va., were among the ange county until the first of the

them. They combine absolute safety, cleanliness, ease of handling arrivals in OrlAndo yesterday after- month. ,
noon. They are making a tour of
and the intensest heat applied to cooking that is possible I Florida and expect to remain here for Mrs. J. O. Neill and daughter, Mrs.
with oil fuel. several days.Mr. \V. S. Bateman, returned to Orlando I
yesterday from a trip to points of in-
and Mrs.V.. L. Richards, of terest in the southern part of the
We these distinctive Florence features will
are sure appealto Kansas City, who have been visitnig state and are again at their pretty PAGE AND
you. Judge and Mrs. T. P. Warlow, at home, "Rest Cottage," West Church I SHAWI
Greycroft on America street, left street. They are more firmly con-
1. Handsome apearance. yesterday afternoon to visit Tampaand vinced than ever that there is no I.
St. Petersburg.Mr. place like Orlando.Mr. .
2. Highest power per burner. Candies

3. No wicks to bother with. T. T. Hawling; of Leesburg, T. M. Bryan, of Key West, was
4. No valves to clog or leak. Va., who is spending several days in in Orlando yesterday greetin-' friends.
5. Once lighted will run at full power without further this city likes Orlando better every lie has been attending the Woodmenof "We'll deliver it"McELROY'S !
attention. day that he remains. He is one of the World convention in Lakelandand Phone 20
the few remaining members of Mos- could not return to his home in
6. Simplest possible to handle. by's brigade, noted for its bravery the Island City without paying this
7. Exceptionally strong and durable. during the civil war. city a visit. Mr. Bryan is a successful
8. Extra large tank, (holding full gallon). architect in his home town. lie

9. Unbreakable glass front to tank (showing quantity of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Eaton, of Chicago, thinks prising Orlando and progressive one of the places most in enter-the PHARMACY'Bank :
oil). who are spending the season at Eus- south.
tis, were included among the visitorsin

We don't want to give too many of the good points of the route Orlando to Tampa yesterday.and stopped They over were fora en New want ads. in today's paper. j I
Florence Stove. You will discover others when you have used short time with their old friends, -\
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Johnson. r -


one.Oscar UNIVERSITY; OF FLORIDA TO

Hand & Son SHOW IIERE MARCH 18


The University of Florida Greater
Minstrels will appear here on the I
WEST PINE .
night of March 18 in the Orlando opera organizd April 16th, 1906 .. :'

house. :Mr.: J. E. Yonge, their ad- t
STATEMENT THE CONDITION OF THE
vance man, was in the city yesterday

....11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Give making final arrangements for the ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO.
appearance of this show in the city.
This spectacular production was At the Close of Business March .t, 1915. Condensed "

Your Wife a originally organized for the benefitof From Report to Comptroller.Loans .
the college athletic association.

After a very successful performancein and Discounts _______________371679.00 J. s. %

Good Watchand their home town, Gainesville it Overdrafts ________-______________ 1,001.75 ? '
was decided to put the show on the Stocks and Bonds __________________ 24,668.33
road, and accordingly a tour of South Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures__ 41,857.86
see how it will harmonize the workings of your Florida was arranged. Four dates Cash on hand and du from banks ____ 310,766.95 1'r
have been booked, Orlando, Lakeland,
household.
Tampa and St. Petersburg. $749,973.89 _
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- One fact which should make this I

show particularly interesting to the Capital Stock _____________________$100,000.00
orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasions I
people of Orlando and also Winter
Surplus and Undividd Profits ______ 33,970.41 t w
and laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our Park is the fact that an old Rollins I Dividends Unpaid _________________ 5200

College boy will take a prominentpart Bills Payable ____________________ None
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera in the show, Mr. Richard Coi- Re-Discounts __________________ None l'l'y 'R

practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand nelison, better known to his many DEPOSITS ______________________ 615,474:! 1
friends as "Dick," will be on hand Due to banks____________________ .476.9:
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or with a fine line of new and classy

Waltham movements wide choice of solid comedy. $17.89
gold and gold This is Mr. Yonge's first visit to --m

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up this city and he has become quite interested -
in the progressiveness of
Orlando. After looking about the


T.H.EVANSJEWELER come the streets northern is firmly for much a convinced part more few of hours progressive the that state.he this has than section be-- Orlaildo n Bank & Trust t C CoMy



Remember the date, March 18, and

watch for the street parade, on
Wednesday afternoon. Seats on sale
F
at Butt's. Prices, $1 75c, 50c., and
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