Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00509
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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 16, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00509
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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ENTERTAIN U. S. Official Family Is Alarmed

ade Britain Will Not Permit TO FURNISH IT TWEN- NUMBER THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT I i I at Measures: of British

U. S. to Send Foodto I iI

Civil Populationof THE SAME FIRM ALSO PRAC- 12000000. Orlando Life In SOME PLANS WERE Declared Drastic and

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'Brief Bulletins BEACHEY MEETS TRAGIC Paragraph SUGGESTEDCOMMITTEES Washington March 15.-The text

London, March 15.-Great Britain
of the British order in a council; onbehalf
today formally refused the American Ticked Off Wire 'J INTERESTING WINDOWS WERE APPOINTED of herself and the allies which

proposal that she should permit foodto DEATH AT FRISCOThe It would seem that the merchantsin I 1 abolishes trade with Germany and
reach German civilians on the con-
At Late Hour Orlando are vieing with one an- enunciates several new and startling
dition that Germany withdraw her J. II. Reese on Baron Committeeand '
other in the artistic qualities of win- propositions affecting American trade
submarine blockade. press dispatches yesterday S. S. Griffin Tourist I
Dickson-Ives have on
dow displays. a adversely, is regarded by the state
The reply to the American note in ANOTHER CARRANZA DECREE contain accounts of the death of Lincoln -
beautiful display window draped in CommitteeOtherBusiness department officials as the most
which this made the well known avia-
proposal was was Beachey,
Washington, March 15.-The state |green, symbolic of St. Patrick. Yow- sweeping war measure in the historyof
handed Ambassador Page almost simultaneously tor, who fell to his death in San Fran-
that the Car- artistic
department announces ell-Duckworth company nations.
with the publication of cisco while making a spiral descentin -
ranzistas have practicaly abandonedthe windows filled with advance styles. The United States since the begin-
the British decree establishing a vir- his monoplane. Beachey was The first meeting of the Board of
oil district at Tuxpam and .The National Bank has newspapers -
great Peoples ning of the war has contended that no
tual blockade of German ports. known in Orlando, having made several I I Trade last evening under the new of-
are concentrating on Tampico. J from Great Britain with daily belligerent had the right to interfere
The British the second at the fair grounds.The .
reply to flights ficers was marked by an attendanceof .
Other official dispatches also tell 'death tolls. Jos. L. Guernsey Hard- with commerce be-
American note in which inquiry was I dispatch from San Franciscosays I about thirty men, and hereafter upon any
of the defeat of 7,000 Carranzistas at 1! ward company is showing the Birmingham tween the United States and another
made for further information in regard : "Lincoln Beachey was killed i I every effort will be made to swell the
Ebano by General Chao, of the Vil- newspapers with the articles neutral country.The .
to the measures to be taken by during an exhibition flight today. At 'attendance and get every businessman
lista faction and the department was the Barons. Curtis
concerning new British order of the cc'ancil:
the allies to cut off the trade of Ger- an altitude of 7,000 feet he began a in Orlando actively interested.
informed that Carranza had issued a' I'& O'Neal have a tasty window filled distinctly defines this right.In .
many was handed to Ambassador spiral descent. The wings of his aero- Two very important matters were discussed -
decree suspending import duties on with interesting magazines and everything |i brief Great Britain now pro-
Page at the same time. plane collapsed and he plunged into one for the entertainment of
.lard, sugar, flour, meal, crackers, typical of a high class book that the commerce of the
The text of these replies has not the bay. His body has not been re I the Birmingham Barons, now training poses
grain and beans of all kinds. store. United States with all neutral coun-
been made public. covered. in Orlando, and a suitable enter-
Tampico, according to the dispatch, I I : tries shall be carried on, subject to
!| "Beachey was regarded as the most tainment for the tourists before their
filled with American citizens I II
being up j OLD TIMER RETURNS British suspicion, supervision and de
Germans Are on Defensive I daring and skillful of American avia- departure for other sections of the
from Guadalajara, Mexico City, who for tention.It .
Rotterdam March tors. lie retired in 1913, but was I Mr. Hardy G. Garrett, a country. It is quite likely that a ban-
15.-Desperate I
and Monterey. Officially they are of the leading I is expected that the state depart-
number of was one -
'drawn back by a desire to exceed the years quet of some sort will be held for the
in the
fighting continues not only area said to be "awaiting developments in citizens of this city and cashier ment officials will take counsel imme-
remarkable flying of the French. lIe Barons in the future.
of the British advance around La- I 1 very near
the interior. President Wilson and
with ,
:1of old Citizens National Bank, diately
flew side down, made spirals head the ar- I The officers of the Board of
up new
Bassee but also in Flanders.All
western of Villa said
The Washington agent visit and is I II I that he will consult his cabinet offi-
| rived yesterday on a receiving -
downward, looped the loop and other .Trade started the year's business with
arms in the service are engaged, tonight that the Villistas, led by Villa, I a warm welcome from his old :cers tomorrow with a view to framing -
including aeroplanes. Instead of an stunts. plenty of grease on the machine and
were marching from Monterey for an friends.. His brother, L. O. Garrett, I a protest.SCHUMANN.
"The dead aviator born in Cal- I
advance for which all preparationswere immediate attack on Tampico. i I was evidenced by their activity and enthu-

made by the Germans last week, -0PETROGRAD I ifornia twenty-seven years ago, and I now deceased, was formerly a civil siasm that they have projected big I i HEIGHTS AGAIN

the enemy is now on a strict defen- his first flight was in a dirigible in I engineer.WILL business. CHANGES HANDSDr.
sive. Troops are being rushed for- 1905, and his first aeroplane flight in I I -0I -- I There was a good attendance at the

ward in desperate haste and in all the Petrograd, :March 15. The general 1910. lie was the first to circle the : RE-ENTER SERVICE OF meeting Monday night and President
N. L. of Lakeland who
I Bryan, ,
staff issues the follow- I
headquarters COMPANYMr.
Belgian villages near the frontier or- capital at Washington and startledthe PULLMAN Dow called the body to order promptly -
the J. F. Schu-
ders have been issued to prepare for ing statement: world by flying over Niagara James R. Weeks left last night I at the appointed time. Among the I recently purchased
"The whole Przasnysz front, from mann place on the Pine Castle Road,
billeting soldiers. Falls. I for Jacksonville where he will re-en- more prominent matters consideredwere
has sold it to Mr. J. B. Stinespring,
the Mlawa railway to Orzhitz river
"He won the first inter-city race in the
the Pullman following
Heavy cannonading in the directionof ter the service of company I : embarked in the
who has recently
the Yser continues. we have progressed, fighting all the America, flying from New York to I as conductor. Captain Weeks is President Dow addressed the meet-
wholesale business in Orlando.
way. German counter attacks every- I Philadelphia. In October, 1913, his I the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Weeks, ing to the effect that the activities of grocery

where have been repulsed. The guns machine swept several spectators of Orlando's the Board should not the In the deal Dr. Bryan acquires
ROLLINS TAKES FIRST GAMETo I of this city, and is one depend upon
of the Ossowiec fortress put out of from a roof at Hammondsport, N. Y., I II exemplary young men. president or any other one man, and property belonging to Mr. Stinespringin
a good crowd, on a good but I action several siege batteries which Mt. Dora and Pine Castle.
killing one person."Beachey's --0-- he-hoped for the active cooperationof

0 cloudy day, the Stetson baseball team I had been installed within range of the I body, strapped to his PURCHASED HAMMOND& BUNCH all the members of the Board, be-

lost the first of a two games series I fortress." machine, was recovered at five o'clock.He STOCKAt cause it is their enterprise.He ROSES FOR THE SENTINELW.
with their old time rivals, Rollins of
i I --0I was flying a monoplane, the first
auction yesterday the entire suggested that the constitution
Winter Park. It was battle public II. Brokaw yesterday presentedthe
!I time in several .
years. stock of the Hammond & Bunch should be revised, that the vice-presi-
the teams were evenly matched and Sentinel desks with vases of roses
I I New York, March .-Carl Bunz, was purchased by Earl R. dents should be active instead of fig-
company the varieties
hut for several uncalled for errors containing following :
the game was Stetson's. Neither team I the managing director of the Ham- DEATH OF WINTER RESIDENT Sheppard, of New York. The pur- ureheads in their office, and that the James Sprant, Paul Neyron Namon

burg-American Line, entered a plea LAST NIGHT Board at its should attend
chase price is not known. sittings
scored until the sixth inning when Cochet, and Minnie Francis. Printers'
of not guilty in the federal court to-
to business under the rules
Rollins made the first run of the - strictly ink failed to detract from the fra-
day when he was called to answer a The death of H. A. Brooks, 78 years HAS CHANGED LOCATIONThe provided.He "
DeLand News. odor of the
game.- grant "posies.
charge of falsifying manifests. The old, occurred last evening at a local Barlow Gift Shop has removed believes in advertising, but

BOOST THE BARONS government alleges Bunz used four hotel. The deceased had been in excellent -I from 9 West Church street to Room after the people c< me to the city they BOOST TIlE BARONS

steamers in carrying food and coal to health, but last Thursday he 17 in the Arcade. The Barlow Gift should be cared for. More light

German raiding cruisers. fell, breaking his hip. The shock, the located with the should be turned on in the store win-
I severe injury and his advanced years Pierce Electric who have dows of the merchants, and, finally, he
I NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION made it impossible for him to recover, read a prospectus handed him by Mr. -
II out of business.
I HOLDS SOCIAL death resulting. He is survived by Harry Beeman telling of a California
GATHERING : his widow. The remains will be I method of planting miles of roses.
I shipped to his old home in Nasyville, He called upon all the people to
LONG AND LUSTILY. TilE GAME : II Mrs. W. P. Smith, 6 Hill street, is LONG AND LUSTILY. TilE GAME:
The New York-New Jersey Association Mich., where interment will occur. make of Orlando what it really is-
STARTS AT 3 O'CLOCK. BOOST I reported to be seriously ill. STARTS AT 3 O'CLOCK. BOOST
held a social last evening at lie was a retired business man. For a beautiful city.
'i Tourist Headquarters which was at- sixteen years he was associated in the I The Palatka invitation for summer
tended by nearly seventy people. The cold storage business at Nashville HIGHWAY I baseball was taken up from the previous -

social was one in honor of Senator with Mr. C. W. Smith, of Orlando a i' meeting and Mr. Holbrook was
Gorsline, of Millers Mills, N. Y., who winter resident. The deceased had appointed chairman of a committee,
foreman of the S. A. I.., is now plac-
leaves for his home today. There been spending his winters for the last with power to select three additional

DAMAGED .were several songs, speeches and reci- twenty years in Orlando and had ing new switches every three miles persons. COMMISSION MEETSMET
: from Orlando to Victoria, a distanceof
tations. Elegant refreshments were many friends and acquaintances here The secretary referred to corre-
about 24 miles, for the purpose of
served. Mrs. F. L. Fleek secretary who will mourn his loss. spondence from the International Encyclopedia -
'unloading brick for the new brickI
BERLIN SAYS THAT BRITISH i I and treasurer of the association, had I I highway. The highway parallels the Publishing company and : AT WASHINGTON FOR

DREADNAUGHT HAS I charge of the affair. TRAVEL NOW VERY HEAVYTravel I S. A. L. practically all the distance. was instructed to answer same. THE FIRST TIME: YESTERDAY -

BEEN CRIPPLED The brick is now strung along the President asked for a motion for
FUNERAL OF MRS. S. R. KIRK- to and from Orlando is
the of
very roadway for three miles and work has appointment a committee to
WOOD heavy and all pasenger trains over revise the constitution. Adopted.
I News.
I commenced.-Apogka Will Gather Information Which
Dispatch Says Bombardment of I the Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Committee: Messrs. Pattison, Essington -

the Dardanelles Has Up to I I Air Line crowded. Train No. SJ I Will Give Perspectiveto
The funeral of Mrs. S. R. Kirkwood, are WILL DELIVER ADDRESS executive committee, and vice- A

Now Proved a 'aged 82 years, who died Saturday afternoon -!leaving Orlando at 9:56 carried away I j Capt. (:Mrs.) R. D. Yerian will deliver presidents.The Governmental

Failure following a lengthy illness, ,from this city yesterday fifty-seven : an addres stomorrow afternoon secretary announced the names Business

I was i onducted Sunday afternoon at 3 I pieces of baggage. Mr. G. P. Lovell, ;, at 3 o'clock at Unity Chapel on "The Messrs.: Essington and Glenn of the

Berlin, by wireless to Sayville. L. I., o'clock from her late residence on ,I the baggage master at the Coast Line, Work of the Woman's Social Depart- :Morning Sentinel and they were voted Washington, March 15.-Members

March 15.-A dispatch from Athens !i Gore avenue. Services were conducted I who looks after the travelers' luggage .,ment of the Salvation Army." Ev members of the Board.S. of the new federal trade commissionmet

that the British superdread- by Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor of I I is constantly on the jump; in erybody is invited. Capt. Yerian has A. Johnson suggested that the informally today for the first

states the Presbyterian church. Intermentwas i, fact, it seems to the Sentinel man been in Salvation Army work for tourists visiting the city should be time. They will take the oath of

naught Queen Elizabeth was badly in the Orlando cemetery under I:that he come-s as near being mechanical many years, dealing particularly with treated to an occasional automobileride office tomorrow.The .

damaged in the Dardanelles bombardment hte direction of Hand. Many beau- I I as it is possible for a human be- slum, rescue and children's work. Her over the city. powers given to the commissionby

and other of the allies' ships are tifu floral tributes were sent by ''I I ing to be. I address will no doubt be highly in- S. A. Griffin made a motion, whichwas the law that created it are inves-

also damaged.The I friends. I !terseting. adopted, that within two weeks a tigatory and quasi judicial. It will

dispatch says the bombardmenthas I !i AT THE SAN JUAN TODAY I half day entertainment should be given gather much useful information to

i THE WEATHER Chas. tourists. Mr. Griffin was empow- furnish a perspective to government
proved unsuccessful up to the | Enman, of Jacksonville a NO DRn'ER"EEDED

present and has been discontinued.Our I! I'leading ladies' tailor of that city, is "I understand that you have anew ered to secure two additional mem- business.In .

l! Florida: Partly cloudy Tuesday; I at the San Juan today. He has a motor car." bers as committee for this purpose.J. a broad way it is intended that

stationery assortment is strict- showers and colder in northwest, and large showing of advance models and "Yes." II. Reese suggested that some- the federal trade commission shall destroy -

ly up to date. All qualities, all col- by night in central and northwestern fashions, and the ladies are invited to "Do you drive it yourself?" thing be done for the entertainment the seeds of monopoly in their

k ors. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Ave. portion. Wednesday probably fari. call and see him. "Nobody drives it. We coax it." (Continued on page 4) germination.


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Annual Meeting of State Associationat

St. Petersburg, March I Judge Larkin Carter ____InterlocutorG. : Wanted to Buy |
THE KEYSTONE HOTEL 24 and 25:>> DuR. Hamilton__Orchestra Leader
EndIenLeft Burnett Driver
: Ray ,

Corner West and Church Streets Jacksonville Fla., March 13.-All Jos. Goin. Iron Black Eye Whippoorwill Clay and
End Men: Right Wellington, Corne- ,
!Splendid .service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. Oneof the best :
members of the Florida
State Good
cocks in the s ate. Rates, $7.5O per week and up. Special: rates to parties lison, Crawford. Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. Roads Association, and all persons interested Minstrel: \Ien-\I-ers.: Futch Ilearin,
in road improvement and the McClung, Harmony, Watkins, Tal-
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. ley, Wiggins, Horn, Jordan, Gra-
securing of a system of highways ham, Sweringer. SALE
throughout Florida, are invited and FIRST PART i
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn urged to attend the annual meeting of Opening Chorus, by the entire Company -
the Florida State Good Roads Association introducing "The Fatherland, Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman Golden Dent, White Dent
Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa Motherland." "The Land of My Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
to be held in St. Petersburg Best Girl "Tipperary," "China-
and kind of field
garden and seed.
March 24 and 25, 1915. town" "My Crooney Melody," "By every grass 4
J. W. HURLEY The 1915 meeting promises to be the Beautiful Pea.: "

MANAGER the most important in the history of "A--Rose_____in__My____Garden_____ K.of II.Dreams"Graham Prices Right, Drugs Pure Seeis Fresh j j

the organization. The legislative "The ________ ,
-- -- committee of the association will report _______________Man"R.. I). Watts
Down at the Barbecue" ______-_ t
TOURISTS ATTENTION! submitting a draft of a proposedbill u_________________ F. J. Burnett
providing for the creation of a Sing; Me the Rosary"J. L. Henrinr f

We Serve the Finest Jells in Orlando state highway department for Florida, ";)ir; ______un______ Ray Driver City Drug StoreJ.
which is of states having "California and You"____R. E. Tallcj
Prepared by our New York Cook one only seven I I "When the War Breaks Out in Mexico II

0 no such department. The pros- I I'm Going to :Montreal" ___ j
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 nects are brighter than ever before I ---------,-------- Wellington-: ; L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FIA ; ; :
Finale "All Aboard for Dixie.
for the passage of the proposed bill. II

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water A campaign of education having as University SECOND of Florida PART Rag-time Quartette . . I" &&I . I .1 I I' f . . C 11 , . " " . MIIMI

its object the unifying of sentimentin
-\V. II. Jordan J. L. Ilearin.A -- --- --
favor of good roads legislation, has few minutes with Ed. Wellingtonin
EMPIRE HOTEL been carried on since the first of the black face monologue.
Colonel Rocks, the contortionist.Jay AN ADDED JOY
year and a number of members of the Ilearin and Blounut Mjers, the -
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms 1915 session of the Florida legislaturehave South's most famous tango artists,

I promised their support of the in a dancing sketch. i it a To the letters re-
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round measure. Reports will be made by Selections University of Florida
Glee Club. ceive if
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite 'other important committees and the Prices: $1.00, .:Jc., 50c. they are writtenon

meeting will be of great interest to The parade will take place at 4 stationery that is of
all. p. m., March 17.HEALTH .

All members of the legislature, all fine quality and correct
county: commissioners, county engineers i- shape.

and others interested in highway \

I improvement, are especially in- your hands perspire too freely, HIGHLAND LINEN
II add a few drops of tincture of myrrhto is
vited to attend the 1915 convention of
I the Florida State Good Roads Asso- the water in which you rinse them fills every requirement

I I after washing. Then dry thoroughlyand
'oi intion. of the most exacting
dust with boracic acid or oatmeaL -
The St. Petersburg board of trade a
customer because it is
and the people of that progressive

municipality are arranging an attractive -<)- "CRANE4'quality.
Common baking: powder is one of
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. program of entertainment which '
. the best remedies for the removal of I IILi1iJID
will not conflict with the business ses- !
warts and corns. Bind on wet, and \v. S. Branch
B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Prop. sions. There is much to see and to
moisten with soda several times
enjoy and all who attend are assuredof a 111llIJI1i? THE ARCADE BOOK AND KICK
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin a pleasant and profitable meeting.The day. The warts and corns will quickly STORE

Connections disappear. - --------- -
in Building full program will be announced --------- ------ -
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Orlando Fla. later. When your feet are hot and tired
The motto for the Florida State COMPARE THESE VALUES WITH OTHERS.For .
after a hard day's shopping, bathe I
Good Roads Association is "Improved
them in hot water and a Horsesand Mules Carbohydrates
pure soap
Highways for the City, County State Protein II per cent. Carbohydrates 46 per cent.
then soak them in of hot
and Nation," and the association a quart Fat 6.55" Fibre II "
water to which has been added At
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND pow- $1.75 prrsack
stands committed for "A State High-
dered alum, two ounces; borax, two For Milch Cows
way Department for Florida and ounces. Protein 19.2 per cent. Carbohydrates 45-5 percent.Fat .
Working of Convicts on Public 6.55 per cent. Fibre \2 percent
Roads. Every white person, resi- -<)- At $1.75 per sack.
SHEET METAL CO. To do with excessive
dent or non-resident, male or female away perspi- We will have a shipment of Hay Monday. Send us your ad-
approving of the objects of the asso- ration under the arms, bathe the arm- dress and we will be pleased to mail you a price card.
pits with tepid water, add a little tin
ciation is entitled to membership, but
Slate Tile Tin Asbestos ture of benzoin, night and morning.
. Metal, only those whose annual dues for the W. L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
, Then apply this powder: One-half
current are paid are entitled to
and Rubber RoofingsCornices year opund of pure borax, one ounce of or-
active participation in the annual
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dinary baking soda, one drachm of --- - ---
meeting. The dues are only one dollar -
Skylights. Heating, Ventilating Metal Ceilings aear.Iembership: cards will be any preferred sachet powder.
promptly forwarded by the secretaryto JONES GOES
The eye itself needs daily care andan
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO all who send in applications, accompanied eye cup is as necessary as a tooth-
by the membership fee of
brush. Many believe in cold
one dollar, prior to the date of the pure
water, but some oculists do not agree ;
annual meeting. -
------ - --- to this idea, and recommend that a bus line which has been serving for fourteen
, W. J. Hillman, honorary president; My you
weak solution of boracic acid be used.
L SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED F. O. Miller, president; J. P. Clarkson, -- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

: Solid, through electric-lighted train. Coaches, secretary. Oculists state that comparatively same time it always has.

dmwing-roo.m. observation few persons have absolutely normal
The cars. Dining cars serve all meals JSr The eyesight; those who have do not take
DixieLimited. South care always to read or work under
en leaving route,Jacksonville including supper J&r jE&r Atlantic Grays: are coming in again.0 proper conditions of light, and the re- Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
faitrst and finesttrain -
Limited leaves<< -- 1
train of comfort sult is that most adults and many
r to Northwestonly ; Jacksonville daily at Gored skirts are well thought of.
F through one leaving S:15p.m. arrives Cincinnati children so overwork the muscles BOUND EAST BOUD
Jacksonville in forenoon for and Louisville next -0-- about the eyes as to form wrinkles Read Down Read Up
;' Chicago and St. Louis evening. Through all-steel Seal brown is a fashionable color. and loose, falling flesh. --- -- -

, Montgomery Route Express cars for Indianapolis! to -- -- --0An I IA. LlA.1\1.) P. 1\1. :A.M. P. M.P. Af.

r to St. Louis gives Dayton, Columbus and The square ended colonial type of egg flip, says a nurse, is fine for I I :
. choice of routes. DixieFlyer Cleveland. Prompt fur scarf, thrown over one shoulder, invalids. Separate one egg beatingthe Orlando I 6:30i 10.15 3:00 9.30 1.301 6.00
; to Chicago Solid trains, steel cars, connections other is of the Ocoee
one most universally becom- I 7:30jll,15 4:00 8.3C 12.305.00\
is famous yolk and the white to a stiff froth,
i dining sersieeevery con venten central and
all-year Writ wire or phon us. We will Westerntrain ing. add and mix the yolk and the whiteof Winter Garden I 7:4SII:3C! 43O 8.15 't-45

r work out jour schedule, secure your tickets, citiesNothing -0-- egg. Beat again. Heap this on a Oakland 8:00---: : 4:3c 8.00 .-' 4.30
make reservations and save you time and trouble In evening gowns of the type of
saucer, dusting lightly with powdered
Q 9 H. C. BRETNEY: FJo l. Passenger Agent, 1830 the sleeves are in small puffs, sugar. Sprinkle over it one teaspoonful -

L&N.R. R., 134 Rest Bay St. {BeD Tfeeoe 1fl>J.tcbG "me.fla.Dimt i I finishing in a hard straight line of brandy. The egg, being raw i I ..'. .1111111..1. . . . ..

and diverse routes to the California Expositions Write fordetaas.V I around around the arm. mixed with the brandy, is very

strengthening and easily digested. 'I !
Vevet and broadcloth both separately REAL ESTATE

and combined, are the most

fashionable materials for the winter

street suit.
+ -
I -- The lot advertised for $1200,
eiii Hand made trimming is the proper
I thing on mourning millinery. There with a reduction of $400.00, if We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

should never be a wreath of aigrettes,
I feathers or flowers. I buyer would build, was boughtby you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

--0- Mr. Samuel Brice of New and talk wishes with
1 1i your over us.
-i : ) A charming military hat is knownas
York. We have decided to of-
the Petrograd-a sort of peaked The manager of this firm has had years of experience -
tam o' shanter, with a band of fur fer another one.

''If j'' close to the head. dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

II III FOR THE COOKIf million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
Corner lot, well located. Side-

your vegetables or presrves walks, water, lights, gas. North- two years.

i scorch while cooking, advises cook, east. $1000.00.ViH take $600 We are well posted on the values of all classes and
remove the vessel instantly from the

range and set it in a pan of cold if buyer will build within one kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us. all

I water, letting it remain there for ten
I or fifteen minutes. At the end of that year. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
time you will find that the scorched
taste has all vanished from the food. Estate Bargains. Jj ; ;

I'' ( ; When cooking cabbage, turnips or

onions boil at the same time some vinegar I

with few spices. This will destroy -

you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your When all boiling vegetable a' ham odor.leave it in the CARL DANN WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY 11 11R

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and water in which it has been boiled un-

proper strength of the drugs you take. til it is quite cold. This will make it

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and juicy and quite tender.
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. REAL ESTATECOMPANY D. WARING, Manager

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round While in Florida with her parents Watkins
Rooms 4 and 6 Block Phone No. 6311115tf
and you will never go anywhere else for them. little :Mary saw an alligator for the

:MERLES PHARMACYTHE first time. "Oh, mamma," she exclaimed -
"look at the big lizard witha

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;fro Special each morning this week. To the ,first 50 Adults entering the North
f Door on Orange Avenue,we will give a ticket \shichvill entitle you to the
i4 : Opportunity of drawing the premium which \\e will give away free at 10
j ; ( I o'clock. Person holding ticket must l be in the Store at that time, if not another -
9Y number will be chosen. Wednesday, $5.CO Silk Parasol; Thursday,
$3.00 Bed Spread; Friday, Silk Petticoat; Saturday, Largest Ham in Store. ..

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. L rtJ :'ic, t2 GREAT CllALLEGE SALE.ru .

4 at

I ( The Big Store

r T, Unheard Astounding Audacious_

Never in the history of Orlando has a merchant dared to offer such a sale right at the heights of the season

just when you need the goods the most. But the story is simply this. We are going to tell you about it.

We bought heavier in every Department this year than we ever did, and the season is backward; and realiz-

ing that it will be necessary to reduce this materially, we have decided to do it now when you need the goods

And to do it quick, to make this sale the sensation of the season, to make it quick, sharp and decisive; to

that end the prices on everything in this Mammouth Store, in every department, is so low in price and at-

tractive that you cannot help but supply yourself now. And in that way We will reduce the stock to what we

want it to be. .

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

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

Hundreds of Dollars in Beautiful
ents With to be dollar given purchase away absolutely you PresROOf GARDEN{ THEATRE I { [ TO- NIGHT Coat's Spool Cotton, Challenge Sale

ticket t.eer the one holding ere: Price _________________________Ie .
corresponding with the number on the
present, you receive that present free. All
of these beautiful presents are all free 4 REELS AT EVERY SHOW 4
and all have the same opportunity to receive Dress Ginghams, good heavyweight
,, '
one or more of them. """"
splendid ,
Imp Drama 2 Reels.1 Baggot patterns lOc.
quality, Challenge Sale Price _____5c

Victor Drama. Mary Fuller.. Fancy Crepes, all new and fresh
Beautiful line of patterns to choose from. beautiful line to select from,
"The Counterfeit.
12 l-2c. quality, Challenge :Sale price 25c. quality, Challenge Sale

1.2 ,.. Price _121/2! c
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Nestor Ccmedy. Fcrd, Lyons, Moran

How Doctor Cupid Won." Bleached, Muslin, full yard wide,
See Our Big Four Page free from dressing, Challenge

Circular for Special Sale Price __________5c
Admission Free U n t.16.30 p.m. Nights, 5c. and 1 Oc.

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E. Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs.
South Florida Sentinel WANTED-To buy for spot cash L. H. Hayes, of Mansfield, \
: and Mrs. H. J. Roberts and son, I I I 1
of Detroit, :Mich., who are touring cheap, a buggy or light two-seated I I make up an interesting party who 1..1
i MORNING AND WEEKLY at the San Juan during their
Florida in the interest of the Hudson rig, in good condition. Phone 135, or j stay
W. M. GLENN .EiiUrW. the city.
t C. ESSINOTON ....".B"'__ Manager Motor Cars company are among the see T. A. Yancey. 3-16-6tc !i
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prominent visitors now sojourning at -
Entered a' the pmtofiirc at Orlando Flory the San Juan. I FOR SALE-House and three lots at :
ida. a. Second Claw Mail Matter. 619 Ohio avenue; no reasonable

. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. W. offer 3-16-3t refused. Inquire on premises. Two Handsome 1IPBefore

Dailj. I Year ........................ '-00 Tilden left yesterday aftrenoon for
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 250Daffy. Tampa to attend the regular monthly
3 Month ...................... 1.25 meeting of the directors of the Flor- FOR SALE-Ford touring car elec-
Dailj. 1 Month ....................... .60 ida Citrus Exchange, which meets in tric lights and fully equipped; run Lake Front 1
for eight months. Will sacrifice I
weed 1 Year ...................... 11.00 that city today.Mr. am leaving for the North. Inquire, as J,
r ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN 213 Ridgewood avenue. 3-16-3t ; Grove and Home
ADVANCETO and Mrs. L. D. Jones, of Tampa, I Long
ADVERTISERS: visited their old home in Winter Gar- TO RENT-Furnished rooms, one '
den Sunday. Mr. Jones returned yesterday block from business center; terms Properties
Copy for display and all ether "...dt to the Cigar City; but Mrs. reasonable. Apply 24 North Gould
adTtrtininr must be handra in at the hasinewffice Jones will remain in Orange county street. 3163tcTO
# .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. with old friends for several days. The thoughts uppermost in a woman9s
the day before publication. This rate appliei
U eh.nce. for contract adrertieing: it i. RENT-Furnished or unfurnished, I mind win be .what to wear" for !Summer.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered tv. Mr. R. Wisrhtman expects to for permanent occupancy, a modernix
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued start today for his home in Rockford, room house, with bath; rent very One of them is the pret- I To some the prospects:: of planning fur a
should notify the o.Tce in writing on III. This was his first visit to Orlando low to desirable people. Mr. J. L., 200 tiest lake front location in Dress a Costume or a Dainty Lingerie
the date of expiration otherwise. it will be but it will not be his last. Ile West Concord a\enue. 3-lG-2w*
continued at the regular' subscription. rates has purchased property on Kuhl ave- the State of Florida, with .j Gown is a proposition of such magnitude

until notice Numb to stop r "is"".r."..*.."". home durnig six months of the :jear. hath completely furnished, from
TtESn.IAHCII: 16, \9\l. I first of April for summer or for the modern dwelling. stimulates the nervous s"stcm.

Mr. and Mrs. C. ,V. Gifford, of New year. Mrs. Gertrude :McDade :3)7 II t
The other has fine
York state who have been spendingthe Uroadway. 3-16-Gt a
There are desirable kinds of monop- winter in Orlando, guests of Miss : grove, with modern improvements I 9
PER WEEK Rooms in the best I Let Us AetAs
olists. Among them is the man who Mollie Lendrum 210 Patrick street -
business. left yesterday afternoon to visit Tam- part of the city, but a step to every- and worthy of
attends to his
and St. will thing; large verandahs; hot and cold
pa Petersburg. They return any further improvements
o water. The St. Jamesest and
here before going to their Northern -
There are Seminole Indians livingin home. South streets. 3-16-6t* desired. the family physician by way of a

the of South Flor- formulas are not excerpts
cypress swamps change, our
WHY BE TROUBLED with that These are high priced
ida that have never seen a white wo- Ili Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan were cough, sore throat and croup, when taken from the recognized Pharmacopeia

man.-Apopka News. among Orlando's winter the southern visitors leav- you can get relief by using Lee's properties, but they are of the medical world but from the STYLO-
ing to visit points in partof Sore Throat and Cough Remedy. J. C.I I both big bargains. ,
the state. They have been spend- Taber, 601 West Amelia avenue saysit COPEIA (our own word) of human nature -
The supreme court of Massachusetts ing the season at 210 Patrick street
is worth its weight in gold; ask !
has decided that a property and return here in a week or two for him. For sale by City Drug Store. and Fashions Latest Fancies.
holder owns his "own" sidewalk. Just another sojourn before starting for Price 25c. 3-16-6t- i
their home in Mayfield, N. Y. l
S. G. Dative & Son
o Transients registering at the San POINT FOR TilE LATEST IS NEW
It may be foolish to think of driv- Juan hotel yesterday include C. A. Will the gentleman with the florid
ing tacks with a pile driver, but it is O'Mera, Topeka Kas.; L. Bardwell, complexion who bought one dozen SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
absurd to to drive piles I Manhattan, Kas.; A. C. Shepherd eggs and 10 cents worth of pecans, REAL ESTATENo. I
equally Washington, I). C.; Fred Scriven W. Monday morning, please return and
with a tack hammer. II. Regner'Atlanta. I). Riching, pay the five dollar bill which he failedto 3 WEST PINE STREET Gathered together from all centers of
o- W. P. Crigler, Ocala; Mack Hawkins, give for $-1.65 given him in change, \
"Woman's Suffrage seems to be and C: W. Huggins, Tampa.Mr. at 109 West Church street, fruit stand Second Floor the textile world, here you will find under

making but little headway in Florida," I across from Bumby's hardware store. one roof absolutely the very "choice of the
John II. Loos, of New York 3-16-lt 1
says "Dixie," a weekly paper pub- city. is among Orlando's belated vet- I choicest" and arranged in such a manner

lished at Jacksonville. We respectfully eiwinter ,visitors arriving here 4. I that to select materials for a garment is
beg and entreat Bro. "Bob" to Sunday. lie is very popular among a ,
and few inter- large circle of friends and is being I a decided pleasure, a pleasure that carries
to Orlando get a
come II
welcomed. As usual he is I
warmly with it many happy thoughts of a decision
views. I
making his home at the San Juan I
o hotel. to renew our acquaintance in the near fu-

URGED FOR CONGRESS.J. Mr. J. T. Dale went up to Sanford I
yesterday to attend the Great Council
W. Perkins, judge of the seventh of Red Men which meets in that city
judicial circuit, is being urged for con- today for a three days session. Mr.
gress from the fourth Florida district. Dale is great chief of records of the Do You RealizeYour \VE E IPHASIZEOur -

Judge Perkins could likely win in a order and went up in advance so as to values, which are rarely, if ever
get things in readiness for the big
contest with Congressman Sears, who powwow.Mr. equalled at the END of the season.

went to congress by virtue of the Bryan !I Insurance Contract Sometimes I
primary bill and not by the vote ofa and Mrs. II. Fishback of > \VE PARTICULARIZE-
majority of the people of the dis Brookings, S. D., left on last evening's '! Saves You From Bankruptcy ? I
train for New York to visit i
trict. Perkins is strong in his dis-
their daughter before returning to the
trcit, and with no other opponent than Northern home. Mr. Fishback said !
Sears, could probably carry Duval they had enjoyed their visit in Or-1 THEREFOREIt WAFFLE CLOTHS

county. Acosta may run, however, lando very much and hope to come I i OTTOMAN: WEAVES

and if he does-then that's something again rooms at next the year.Osceola.Mr. They. have had I stands to reason that it should be cor- TUSSAH CREPESMARQUISETTES

else. Mr. Perkins has some friends I

that wan him to run for governor. He and Mrs. C. H. Winegard, after I rectly drawn so that you can realize on SILK ORGANDIES

can not land in this race; no, he can six weeks very pleasantly spent in it when have fire. It is DRESDEN VOILES
you a as necessary -
Knott.-Dixie. Orlando, left yesterday morning for : I FLOWERED VOILESPOMPADOUR .
their home in Hudson Falls, N. Y. i the examination of the title RICE CLOTHS
o Before coming to Orlando this estimable as to your II
JUST BY WAY OF couple spent some weeks on the FLOWERED AND CHENE
EXPLANATION.When East Coast and were not overly well property.For I t LAWNS
pleased, but since coming to Orlando'
the Sentinel I RIPPLE
an Florida took on fresh charms and they : Rates and other Information
article last week concerning the left with the intention to return early Call LEND HANDKERCHIEF

:Messrs. Kilgore and Johnson there and stay late. I' on or Phone I i LAWNSNEW
was no thought of the Sentinel in at- ENGLAND ORGANDIES

tacking the integrity of W. L. Nuck- Mr. J. E. Mooney, wife and daughter LACE GRENADINES
of Minneapolis, Minn., were : SHADOW DIMITIES
olls, assistant editor of the Reporter-
the arrivals in Orlando
Star. Messrs. Johnson and Kilgore day, and for the present are yester-I SWISS EMBROIDERED:
asked the Sentinel to publish the article their home at the Empire hotel. VOILES I
over their signature, which was have been making a tour of the West
Coast resorts and the most of their II
done. Brother Nuckolls wrote an ar- time was divided between St. Peters- : S. Y. WAY

ticle in the Reporter-Star concerning burg and Fort Myers. Mr. Mooney is
trouble between the Kilgores and largely interested in Orange county
realty and will soon begin setting outa
Johnsons and a local Greek merchant. thirty-five acre citrus grove in the I Insurance and Real Estate Agent In a full range of prices ranging from

The Sentinel handled the matter northeastern part of the county near 121hc. to $1.50 a yard.
Had the I II .
strictly as a news story. Forest City.

Sentinel treated it editorially we I PHONE 172 SPECIALS FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY
would have used a different phraseology. DoctorsB(1ekllliisfer WEDNESDAY

Everybody in the city acquainted -

with Mr. Nuckolls knows him to & 'VIXDSOR AND PLISSE CREPES
be honest, reliable, and faithful in his 25 pieces of all this season's designs and

profession. colorings, a charming fabric for Kimonas,

o Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat Tea Gowns, etc., Regularly sold at 25c. a

BANQUET TO BARONS; WILL 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples \ I, yard,
ALSO ENTERTAIN: National Bank. Phone 578. a Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday 17% c.i .


" " " " " " -M"THORNTON" " " .. .III. .lj. IIII'... i DOLLY YARDES VOILES

( from page 1) j 15 pieces of Dainty Designs, all 1915
of the Birmingham baseball club, now ,
on white and colored grounds.
in the city. Mr. Essington suggesteda
Mr. Reese Regular 25c. values.
banquet. was appointed PARKis
chairman of a committee of three to Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 19c.

arrange an entertainment.A .
lengthy discussion was had as to
the best way of colecting outstandingdues 25 pieces of Fancy Stripes on White

membership.and just what Some should thought determine notice but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play Grounds, two and three toned stripe com- '

should be sent and drop the names of binations.
of the
those who did not respond. On the ground city.
whole the sentiment was to providesome values.
25c. and 30c.
of to the C. E.
way holding men.
Howard the ex-treasurer said he hada Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 21c.
charitable feeling for them and as
a Methodist if they came forward to lots low and inducements
do better, they should be received in now selling prices special .

said good"amen.standing" Out and of it President all Col. Brad-Dow offered to those who build this season.

shaw moved that all who paid one
year's dues within 60 days should be

considered< members. Same was Call at 905 E. Central Avenue the
adopted. The secretary exhibited a on premises or DICKSON YES CO.
large card for use in receipting for
dues, intended to hang in the window, ask your dealer.TAYLOR. I
which he was authorized to have
printed. o




VS. PHILADELPHIA- The Store of true service, of never:"faiiing courtesy -
of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
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r (Mattfa FAVORIE r "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" 51

I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR have favored her, and is thus a singer Admission 5 CentsillCMMiMIMIMMIMM
of rare artistic ability and attain-I
March 15th20th. ment. Her carefully selected
ried program of songs required a I
Tuesday thorough mastery of vocal techniqueas TODAY'S PROGRAM
Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs F. D. well as a wealth or artistic feel 9
Carr hostess. ing and sympathetic interpretation
Bow-Knot Club; Mrs. Dale hostess. but in every phase of it she proved t "Texas; or the Wild and Woolly 8'
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. herself abundantly able to handle the presents West in 1863." Featuring Buck Mc-
Thos. Brodwater hostess. most difficult problems of her art. Kee and the El Paso Kid two notorious a
Sorosis Club; "Leaders in Reform;" Indeed in a musical history full of JOHN EMERSONin outlaws of the early Western .
Mrs. Warlow Mrs. Rush Mrs. Gore, performances of the highest merit, days. Sensational, exciting, thrilling.
and Mrs. Watkins. such as the Rollins people have for I' the famous sentimental Not a dull moment. See the sensa-
8 p. Mendelssohn Choral re years been accustomed to, there has tional hanging of the Negro boy. U
hearsal Presbyterian lecture room. never been a more graceful and im- I J I comedy Buck McKee saves his life when a' o
WednesdayPhiladelphiaBirmingham pressive performance than that of bunch" of cowboys have him hanging o
baseball :\Worthington on this occasion I "THE BACHELOR'S to a tree. See the foreman's horse i inushnic 1 AN OPEN FACE WATCH
game. and those who heard her admitted his drunken master out of !
St. Patrick's Day party, Duke Hall. themselves fortunate to have been i : he saloon and carrying him four is no more open than our method of conducting l business. Throughnever
Unity Circle. present. ,:I miles across the prairie. Buck McKee miMepreMnting anti "ellint a moderate price, we have established -
Young Matrons Card Club. :Mr. Carr, whose fame as a singer' ROMANCE"E lassoing wild peccary hog. Buck II i a clientele which \\e prize more than any one thin Lei
Sans Souci Club. -eed* no heralding to music lovers of I I VKee rides the notorious bucking II u- show you our line of beautiful watvhe, diunonl>. bracelets, ties
Needlework Guild, Chapter House. the state was in fine voice and outdid 'ironcho "Funeral Wajron." Don't
':en's Forum, Chapter House. himself in the rendition of his two I mi--., this big Western show.
New Lucerne hotel dance.Thursday numbers which rounded out a pro- Five and ten cents. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
4 gram of uniform excellence. -- ---
Rosalind Club afternoon. Miss Worthington was most ably cO
Bridge party; Mrs. Sinclair and accompanied at the piano by her I -OJ-:
Miss Peck honorees; Mrs. Straley, cousin, Mrs. Berkeley Blackman, who
hostess. I has for several years past been head LucerneTODAY
"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Lake, of the piano department of the college -
hostess. and who once again proved her
Annual banquet, Saturday Auction self mistress of this difficult branchof
Bridge Club. her art. Miss Roberta Branch of OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
Friday Orlando accompanied Mr. Carr on the
Meeting of U. D. C.; Mrs. D. C. piano, and Mrs. Roy Lenfest on the l with only pure white lead and Pure
Thompson hostess. organ; both have long since justly The Greatest Vaudeville At- i linseed oil a. a base. There are
Nullos Club. gained the reputation of being adeptsin 0 y G cheapening substitutes but not inC
Saturday this work, and sustained this traction ever offered the
reputation a the paints we sell. And let us tell
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; to the full. Indeed, the accom. People of Orlando
you it to buy such just
pays paints as
Mrs. Davis hostess. paniments could hardly have been bet
Entre Nous Club; Miss Miriam ter done and no small part of the "CATES' 11'uRE it pays to buy the best butter or
t Fudge hostess.DELIGHTFUL. success of the singers may be ascribedto L. SAXOPHONIC SYMPHONIC tVHITE NAM freshest eggs.Orlando .
-0- the skill with which these three
CONCERTAT young ladies supported them at the BANDGuaranteed LEAD
ROLLINS COLLEGE.One instruments. The program was as f Paint & Wall Paper Co
to be the 'Vorld'sGreatest
of the most artistic and enjoy- follows: I A PARAMOl NT PICTURE
able concerts that has ever been heardat a. Tu Fai la Superbetta_______Fesch and most Meritorious 205 S. Orange Avenue
Rollins was that given in Knqwles b. Care Selve (from "Atalanta")__ I
Hall last Friday evening for Presidentand ______________________ Haendel Musical Attraction."SHORTY'S COLEMAN: & RHAN Phone 261
Mrs. W. F. Blackman by Miss! c. I've Been Roaming __________Horn I
Florence Worthington, of Washington d. Nymphs and Shepherds____Purcell -
and Mr. Forrest Miss Worthington. I HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"cake
D. C., Dabney
Carr of Orlando. A large number of Prologue "I Pa liacci"_Leoncavallo
the music lovers of Winter Park Orlando Mr. Carr.a. TilE CITY"A
and all the neighboring towns Liebesfeier _______n Weingartner II were served by the younger
had been invited by President and b. Wiegenlied _n_____ Humperdinck members of the college faculty and Broncho Special Feature, WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Mrs. Blackman to enjoy this rare c. Zueignung ____n_ Richard Strauss I after a most pleasant evening the assemblage Complete in Two Parts.
treat, and the auditorium was filled I I d. Love Has Wings n______ Rogerse. departed to theirarious, hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
with the guests despite somewhat unseasonable A Moonlight Song _____n Cadmanf. homes, closing one of the most enjoy- Something new Something New !
weather. The stage; had Ecstasy ________________ Rummel able affairs that have ever been given Try it. Ask Aboxr. it.
been tastefully decorated with magnolia I Miss Worthington by Dr. and Mrs. Blackman in theiryears 'AT THE BOTTOM: OF Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
bougs and flowers, which formed. Young Dieti'ch: ____nnn_ HenschelMr. at the head of the activities of THINGS" three or more
a pleasing background for the per- Carr.a. the college. Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
formers. Plus de Depit __nn_____ Gretryb. -- A Reliance Comedy. COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Miss Worthington, who has been Chant Venitien ____n___ Bembergc. :MEETING OFMICHIGAN POTATO SALAD
spending a number of weeks with her Chanson IndoueRimskyKorsakoffc. : SOCIETY.
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. Chanson IndoueRimskyKorsakoffd. There will be a meeting at 2:30 This :Monster Show for the J. R. TRESHER J. E. :NICHOLSON'S
S. Worthington at the New Seminole La Cloche ___nn___ SaintSaense. o'clock this afternoon at Alliance Hall,
hotel, is a niece of Mrs. Blackman's.who . Ariette ___________________ Vidal 22 West Pine street, for all membersof "SAME LITTLE PRICES." I Phone 26 Bakery
was thus able to avail herself of Miss Worthington.At the Michigan Society recently or-
her remarkable voice and training for the close of the concert the ganized. This meeting is an ad- I
the pleasure of her many friends. guests of the evening passed between journed meeting of March 13. S. W. Never before has such a show-
Possessed of a naturally fine soprano lines of gleaming lanterns across the Leach, secretary, requests that a II
voice Miss Worthington has profitedto campus to the reading room of the large attendance be present as busi- been offered the people of Or-I
the utmost from every advantagewith Carnegie library, where for some ness of considerable importance is to lando at such popular prices. Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
which nature and a most complete years the annual president's receptionhas come before the association.
course of study under Karl been held and there Dr. and Mrs. -
Brenneman of New York Jean de I Blackman received their guestS Delicious MUSICALE AT -
Reszke! in Paris and other masters j refreshments of ice cream and THE ROSALIND.Mr. .
Forrest Dabney Carr will pre .
sent musicale at the Rosalind Club
Wednesday evening March 24.Ir.. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Tailor Made CostumesFOR Worth Faulkner one of America's
leading soloists will be presented.The .
program will permit of Messrs. Established 1886
Faulkner and Carr to be heard in
Grand opera selections, together with
THESprBvll Liza Lehmann's "In a Persian Gar-

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Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Will be shown at the Kirksrille Graduate

Consultation Free REAL ESTATE.RENTALS.
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
HOTEL. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Orlando Fla.WOOD.

Chas. Enman, the leading ladies' tailor of Jacksonville,

will be in the city TODAY with a showing of the latest

models, materials and fashions. I will tcke orders for tailxor For Sale .

S2.00 Per Strand
ladies of Orlando are cordially invited to inspect same.

Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price


$4500.00. A bargain.NiMMIIIiMlllilillllliMlilMMMililli. .
Orlando Wood Yard
The Ladies Tailor i iI

I B. W. Kinpsley; Proprietor !
No. 455 St. James Building of Jacksonville, Telephone 344 i -

Florida. 930KELLYSPRINGFIELD I i . . . . . MtMMMIMttr,

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tlllllllll.lllllllle..I. . . i .... . . . . . . . .IIMI. '. .I'. New Fisk Prices

At New Low Prices

GUARANTEES Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values

6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3Kz INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plata Tread Ctaing Non-skid Cute* Tubs .
30x3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2. 5
30 x 3Vfe ________$11.60 l2.20 .t 2.70

5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33x4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34x4 -________$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 4Vfc ______$27.35 28.70 5.20

Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and. have an end t: 37 x 5__________$32. 0 33.90 625

to tire troubles, i. ; If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not eWe .

it Have a Service Station. All


PHILLIPS GARAGES i. S Adjustments Made Here.

I I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.t: *

i San Juan Garage Company j jHMMMMi

; 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave || -

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CUT PRICES FOR home SALE-A for small good family comfortable; garden ..I-4'1.1nl beg I-Ja"th8 and Shingles"
I growing; fruit shrubbery and flow-
6I ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
t TO GETREADY avenue. 3-7-lmo*
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i ; LOOK!-18 fine city lots for sale.
; CASH Also furnished or unfurnished
houses for summer rental. Price and
: -- terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton own-
. II er, 215 South Main street, opposite
The Morning Sentinel Want
Methodist church. Phone l 9.27lmo *
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want '>- OULA.N"lO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
Brick Road.
Terms Cash in Advance. LANDS

5 Room House, close in. Easy On the Gulf highlands of the fam-
Terms. RATES ous Sarasota Bay district
______________ South Flor-
For One Day 23t<< dia. Fertile soil,
Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________50c pers of grapefruit heavy and and late ship- Royal Agatite Plaster and'JPerlection LimeY811r':1o1i
I Lot in _______ oranges; heavy
For Six Days __ __ 75c nd early shippers of winter
, _____ __ vegeta-
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month -- _ SZSO bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
This rate applies on all ads of mate; invigorating salt air from the
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- gulf; pure water from flowing arte- -
tains more than 25 words the rate sian wells; this proved and tested
will be one cent per word for land, close to transportation
Acerage,. 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- rounded by prosperous groves and

terms. sertion.If farms we offer at a low price on
you can't bring your ad to small payment down, balance ten eI71 / tZ1'-r.. ., (9"t +
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- years at 6 per cent. Large acreage eJ : :,...;..-.,, / alKINCAID /
the above. counts opened by telephone will be now to pick from. Immense leap in
payable the following day. values will fellow. This special offeris
not to speculators, but ot those 1
I Every Home-Every Business- who will actually develop the land
REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a Exceptionally fine class of residents
ORLANDO i Sentinel Want Ad. coming in.
Write today for full information.

W tWn* Block PHONE 5O4 SARASOTA-VENICE CO., 1111ff SNOWUENOrlando's \
FOR SALE 2-21-liroc Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.

: -For FineWATCH FOR SALE-Furnished, modern five-
room bungalow, on Gunby avenue FOR RENT
i CLOCK and Price $1,800 for quick sale. F. W.
Largest Cheapest
IcAuley, builder 4 IV. South street. FOR RENT FOR SUMMER SEASON -
JEWELRY REPAIRING 3-13-3t' OR LONGER-One bungalow -
new and modern in every detail.
l call on C. VATER who FOR RENT-Second story flat trent o Also one 2-story house. Both completely HOUSECor.
by the year, with bath and furnished. Both well located. FURNITURE
r is an expert at this trade iphts. Apply to 210 Palmetto street. Small family of adults will have the Z

with experience 3116t'FOR preference. Apply to Orlando Building -
many years and Land Co., opposite San Juan
SALE-Income producing straw- hotel. 3-l tOt Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
: at.. Youngs Repair Shop berry farm; crop goes with place; _
bring returns on your investment at LOST-Between San Juan hotel and
: Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH once and will continue for four my home auto top cover. Pleaser
l months. Will sell' or exchange fo return to L. A. Beeman San Juan -
city property. G. F. Foster, Star hotel. 3-13-Ct
Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-12-Gt*

t FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in new
k FOR SALE-In Concord Park; a bar- modern home; very reasonable for
f gain; two-story house; two lots, those staying for the late season and
; DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 50x150 improved; some fruit trees. summer; kitchenette if desired. 14
k 411 W. Amelia avenue. 3-10-6t* East Amelia avenue. 3-13-3t
Office corner Orange Avenue and

Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE-A good work horse; FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- Clearance Sale
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
; Phone 419.Pure. veniences unfurnished. Jas. A.
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. Knox. 11-3-tf
t Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo ,

story to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
cottage, seven rooms and bath 10-25-tf
modern conveniences, roomy porches I
Florida excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

FOR SALE-Buick touring: car, fully young colored man Gas HeatersHaving
Honey equipped; speedometer, Presto tank with good capabilities wants a posi-
f etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at tion as butler or janitor with good
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf private family going North or re-
maining Orlando. References fur-
FOR nished. Call St. John's Mission, cor-
SALE-StoT & Clark
grand piano won by Miss upright Myrtle ner Pine and Terry. 3-13-3t* a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
Weeks in the recent contest will be

Calumet building sold for fund.benefit Piano of Baptist may be church seeat TRAVELING man of education COMPANION and refiner settled -- ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
ment seek
Weeks.the home 10 Washingtonstreet.of Mr. and Mrs.. M. E. I companion end a position nurse. as Has traveling had along out during the month of March at the following prices:
experience attending the sick
Baking II and afflicted. Best references can begiven.
Address T. A. N., Sentinel
FOR SALE-Five passenger touring I office. 3-13-6tc 8.50 Heaters for $6.80
i I car in A-l condition; cheap for
; Powder cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor NOW IS TilE TIME to take sewing -
!003 East Central avenue. Phone CiG: :: lessons and make up your spring 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
1-4-tf and summer clothes. Miss Echols is
responsible for fit and style of all
FOR dresses made under her. Cutting and I 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
SALE OR RENT-With stock
fitting done for those who wish to
and tools best farm in county; va sew at home. Room 41, Watkins I
CARUTHERS& GORE riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- block. After office hours, Willola 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 '
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock hotel. 3-13-Gt I
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own

Hew Modern Grocery JUDICIOUS er. FERTILIZING is 1-16-tfc one of son.Take your Kodak films to Robin-3-3-tf BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.)!

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 H. C. McDaniel. He has commencing March 17. Leave
made a success of growing both. He Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" urday nights, on train No. 82. This
brand. His experience is worth some car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m.
6 and 8 East Pine St. thing to you. Phone 708.261m' 3-6-tf

FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden buy BUYERS sell rent AND, and SELLERSI change real ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla,
seed, see J. L. Dean
Prop. City
over 30 years. Have handled over
a rIlldoshilltoll/ Drug Store. 3-4-2wks
$20,000,000. Call and see me.

75 acres suitable for citrus culture FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and I
and truck farming, bordering on a strawberries, phone H. 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. 2-20-1mo*
Car for nice home sites; could be subdivided 1870
Sleeping into 40 building plots C0\200 An 8x1O Kodak enlargement freer Established

feet each, leaving about 60 acres for Robinson's Studio. 3-3-t R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. ; '
citrus fruits and truck farming; five Pioneer Paint &)Wall
First Car on March 16 minutes walk to railroad station, Umbrellas recovered and repaired 132 Park Place, New York Finley's y PaperStoreHas
stores, hotel, school" and churches. "while vouait," at Young's Repair Wholesale Dealers and Commission
When you consider location and good Shop, 21 E Pine St. 2-4-lyr
VIA transportation facilities with other Merchants in Florida Oranges I always on hand a large and well selected

advantages the propert's: real val and Grapefruit I stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
is $7,500. It is
Atlantic Coast Line I dent who needs owned money.by He a ueD.= K. Davidson I Represented by I Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.

izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever Fla.
Geo. W. Tull Orlando,
Standard Railroad of the I made con-
South For further particulars, call on Liberal advances on
E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & Orlando Country Club signments.R. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S .
lor at :
Open Passengers 9 P, M. Davis building corner Church streetand
:' .
E. Cocnran
Orange avenue. Orlando. Telephone No. 249.

Tuesdays, Thursdays :'I 1-31-tfc L. Turney Treasurer.l-22-2m PIONEER

and SaturdaysLeaving I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction PHONE 646 HO 167 Corner Pine and Court
nor any city lots outside of It Is Time ,
the corporation, though I have some
Orlando on Train 82, splendid building lots near Lake Eola,

at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays and. they will be priced on their merits To Plant Vines FOR HIRE
and Saturdays.For See the owner and save commis
sions. II. McDaniel.. Phone 708. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
Reservations and Tickets 2-26-lmo-
call on A. C. L. Local Ticket FOR BARNARD & SON '
SALE-Best truck farm in
Prosper The arl etOF
Agent Vinesta
Colony for sale at a bargain if 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
acres of as good land as: there is in Bougainvillea 12-10-lm CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation I
all under fence I OFFIGE1
; 6 room house auto Palms and Ferns
and wagon sheds feed barn stables FRESH AND SALT MEATS

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

S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. I Brerythinz screened away from the flies, and kept freahaa4

SALE graduate Davenport College, 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
DR. L H. RAMSDEU Term to Suit Purchaser GARDEN 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone everything in the :Meat Line.
Good citrus and truck land cleared 209. Intelligent people everywhere i
OPTOMETRIST in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots are being restored to health by chiropractic i .
ORLANDO. - FLORIDAWE hrick road to he built this year tw 011 J. M. CARUTHERSPhone adjustments, the new scienceof KL M. Self & Co.
the of disease. Examination '
removing cause
FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES mi'efom Orlanco Phone 1024.nnirs : -
ftr white H. D ;509. 408 South Lake St. free. 12-24-lmo i!
N; !
lrlando, for appointment. ,
OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-14-lmo Get the news in the Sentinel first. Don't overlook the want ads. J

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'.E ONE-DRAWBACK viet. "The only fault-we have-to-fmd RECIPES BY MARION HOLMES- .TALKING ABOUT FOLKSYOU "I"Understand that this prison has now is the necessity of associatingbeen KNOW gether they made the trip by automo- on the company's ranch.-Kis-
thoroughly reformed." with so uncultred a person as the war Eggless, Butterless Cake .bile to Orlando. Mr. Thompson states simmee Valley Gazette.
"Yes" replied the gentlemanly con- den."-Washington Star. One cup of brown sugar one cup W. C. Essington, business manager that brick is now being placed all
of water one cup of raisins, one cup and one of the owners of the Orlando along the sides of the rodaway in Or- CONTRACTOR
I of currants one-third of a cup of lard Daily Sentinel spent a short time in ange county, preparatory to paving
one-quarter of a nutmeg two tea- Kissimmee Tuesday and paid the Ga- ..the thoroughfare to the county line. R N. SEYMOUR is the man to see'
House:: spoonfuls of cinnamon, one-quarter ofa zette office a fraternal call. Mr. Es- !'! Messrs. R. L. Hyer, W. M. Davis before ing to letting build and contract want the if you best are house go-
Opera teaspoonful of cloves onequarterof sington's paper is a live wire and is and Sam Jones of Orlando spent several possible for money invested.P. .
Box 195. LPhone 478.218lmoc.
a teaspoonful of ginger. Boil these doing splendid work for Orlando and days at South port this week. O.
MARCH 17 ingredients three minutes cool then Orange county.Mr. These gentlemen are large stockholders -
add one teaspoonful of soda dissolvedin and Mrs D. C. Thompson of in the Southport Cattle company ,
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA hot water one and one-half cupfuls St. Cloud, motored to Kissimmee Sunday which, since its organization a few Studio Kodak will finishing be ready left at at 5 o'clock Pohn-w the
I of flour (sifted), to which has been and visited his father and mother. weeks, ago, has purchased over 4,000 next day. 33tfCOACHES.
Laugh added one-half a teaspoonful of bak-I I
GREATER MINSTRELS ones to shIn r II oven.ing powder. Bake in a moderate ,'

Prices 50c., 75c Sl.OO 0--
Montgomery Pie ,
Seat Sale at Butt's 9 a. m. Tuesday. I
I! Part 1-One lemon, one egg, one- I
1 half pint water one tablespoonful of
.')flour, one-half cup sugar one-half
,, cupful New Orleans molasses. Divide r tM
into three pie tins, which you have
lined with good pie crust.
The Orlando Meat MarketT. Part 2-One cup white sugar, one- :I
: hair cup sour milk, one-fourth cup

A. YANCY, Manager ,, butter one egg one and one-fourth
cups flour Drop batter by spoonfuls
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '! into filling in pie tins. NING j.N16HT NI HT NIGHT

Florida and Western Meats \! One cup Mock of white Maple sugar Syrup two cups Ill I ' ::::i 1Tl1 ,, 1 1M iit

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. brown sugar, one and a quarter cups
boiling water. Boil three or four F. 1
Special Attention to Hotel andOut of Town Orders 1 i iI
minutes., When cool add one teaspoonof
vanilla and put into jars. This is ,
Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
PHONES |Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. fine with griddle cakes or hot bis- 1
cuits. I , I t
_! i iI
h I Cocoanut Cookies
- ---- -- -----
;)Ic.7"iE'O= ,and One one-half cup of cups grated sugar cocoanut three-fourths one SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DIKING CARS.

r- 1I cup of butter one-half cup milk, two Ta..., .i.1..u.l..f1 I- _i../ emu. -' /., t. tI.
ergs, one large teaspoon baking pow-
i tlammond&Gol4e der, one-half teaspoon extract of vanilla -
and flour enough to roll out.I .
I -- -

Take large sized ojsters. drain and
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES dT). Dip in egg and cracker crumbs.
Fry in hot butter add one tablespoonful -
COMPARE of water to jour egg when you
r beat it. It makes it stick better

OUR FURNITURE .Serve very hot. I. 0 S tt S.A .
I I I I:

"U e provide the quality of furniture that has I long I OUT OF TilE 3IOUTIIS_ OF RUlES
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is pood. I "I'm glad I'm not a goldfish,' ob'-
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca .'I make -served small Peter "for in that case
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof .I'd have to stay in a bathtub all the '
thi business, and that means much to my buyer. i,time." mm 1
I I I -0-

I Stern Father '
'Johnny, why did
:you fight the boy who just moved into

\ Cor. Orange Avnd Church St., Orlando Fla. I the Johnnj house-next"He door boasted?" that he was a A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.J. .

\l : Ju :tougher kid than me, and I had to
T j prove to him that he wasn't. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.HMMMIIIM .

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. IMIItM MtttMMMtftMIIIMI ". , " ." ,. , .till " , , MIMIillMI "I"I" " " MMIIIillllllllilMI " " .

To the :aighes: Eia.cler

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Proposition No. 2
Propo&i on No. 1
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange -
The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Avenue Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the
t day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money
t and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 12G. 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 t
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and GrapeFruit i
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkably -
are decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above I

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 bricked
are paved. 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within :t

.. 30 days from purchase.


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

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

cedented low price. Ca 1 at oar office and we will explain. LA11 bids will be opened in your .

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


:EEt'Tt: z BENT J :ICT: : ., :Jresid ynt: : .

Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National Bank

Total Responsibility:
$25,00.00 paid up ORLANDO $50,000.00
Surplus$25,000.0 ,

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For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- '
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf /

Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer,
ofhaml, is spending several days in
this section on business.Mr. .

:: and :Mrs.: R. C. Gray and son
leave today for their home"in Bloomington -

Mr. X. M. Cogswell, one of Clar-
SECURE FOR SURE cona's prosperous citizens transacted irt
business in Orlando- yesterday.Mr. .

DONT let idle funds remain idle, and don't invest .
. and Mrs. Walter Sims, of Ocoee,
in any security or venture where there is a spent yesterday in Orlando greeting
possible question of risk. friends and transacting business.Dr. .
Think of SAFETY FIRST. Mary:: A. Safford left yesterday:
for Miami where she will spend sev- Condensed statement as rendered to the Comp- FR# '
for Sure.
Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure eral days.
Your idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 per troller of the Currency, :March 4th, 1915

cent. and is ready when you need it. Mrs. Eric Holmes, who has been Sss-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W./Bumby RESOURCES /
We issue Certificates for any amount any
for several days, returned to her homein %r
ness day. Miami yesterday.Rev. LOANS _____________________----------_________$354,214.73;
4 OVERDRAFTS _________________________________ 60.83y -.--.-
STOCKS _______________________________________ 1,20000 :.,.
Eleanor E. Gordon returned -- U. S. BONDS ________________ ________________ 31,000.00 t:::: --- ::
yesterday from Jacksonville where OTHER BONDS ____________. _________________ 16,085.16
The State Bank she preached. in one of the churcheson REAL ESTATE, BANK BLDG., VAULT. ETC ___ 36.823.77: : t
;== _
I Sunday.Mr. CASH AND IN BANK ______566,801.78
1 ------------------ ::::: ...;
te'' 1y mow .::= ,
:: J. G. Kirkland, division passen- 11,006,186.26LIABILITIES J
ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, ::;
of Orlando with headquarters in Tampa, was in =
Orlando yesterday on business.
V ._ CAPITAL ___________________________._______ 50000.00 =::: :=a
:Mrs.: R.1.. Clarke who has been 7" SURPLUS _______ ______________________________ 12500.00 .. ;.
spending the winter in Orlando left : UNDIVIDED PROFITS ______ ___________________ 8,598.58 ;
yesterday for Vineyard Haven, Mass, Es-Hdii. sv,. 7 DIVIDENDS UNPAID _______ ____________"" 8.00 T
tiiai \ i where she will spend teh summer. RESERVED FOR TAXES ---- ________________"_ 29 .89 ;;:-=;, :
CIRCULATION -------_____________________ 21,000.00 ;
I I :Mr.: and Mrs. R. G. Price, who have 1 f4'X- .' DEPOSITS ___________________________ ______ 911785.79: .;:-c' +
been visiting Mr.:: and Mrs. J. E. Far- ; ,
TOTAL _________ __ ____.$1,006,186.26 .A'
ris at their home, 620 North Orange ------------- --
avenue left yesterday for Danville, t "
Ky. .. ('- -"

:Major J. P. Allen and wife arrivedin .

Orlando yesterday from Hartford, MARCH 4, 1912 _______________$ 81,201.02
Conn., with the intention of remaining -s'-_' MARCH 4, 1913 _____. ___________ 152,947.35 ;
several days, guests of the San Juan MARCH 4, 1914 _.,__. ___________ 320747.75 ,
I hotel. MARCH 4, 1915_____ ___________ 913,785.79 .- r- -

Mr. D. Quina has returned from a
visit to his old home in Pensacola Your account solicited and appreciated, -
where he went to recuperate. Many:

S i ln BeulousllatiollThs n n i week k kOF trip friends Indianapolis proved. J.are F.delighted beneficial.Mr. Schumann and.to other left know yesterdayfor points that the in J PEOPLES"It is NATIONAL BANK" Sg

Indiana on business. He expects to a pleasure to serve you.
be absent from Orlando for the next
three weeks.

Mrs. Emma Ebs and Mrs. Geo. Berg- I
tholdt, of Sioux City, Iowa,who have
FLORENCE WICKLESS been visiting points in the southern i
part of the state including St. Peters- I
burg, are in Orlando, guests of Mrs. $$5.00 in G l
Mahlon Gore on Lucerne Circle.


(Continued from 5))
have been selling Oil Cook Stoves for many years. We page To the
den, words from the Rubaiyat of
have sold all kinds of oil stoves; we have tried out wicks, valves, Omar Khayyam. The assisting art- mitting the I PHONE 20 .
ists will be Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr,
and the automatic lever principles-and now we have found The
soprano; Mrs. Mather-Smith, soprano;
Florence Oil Stoves, made without valves or wicks. We honestly MissReba Hilborn, contralto, and for the new

believe this type of oil stove is the best. That is why we push Miss Roberta Branch, accompanist.
-()- deliver it" day or night
them. They combine absolute safety, cleanliness, ease of han- MISS ELIZA WRIGHT to be opened

dling, and the intensest heat applied to cooking that is possible RESIGNS.The Sentinel. regrets to note that Church in the drug world if it

with oil fuel. Miss Eliza Wright, who has been so-
ciety editor of this newspaper for sev- give $5.00 in 18th.'S obtained it in the city.
We are sure these distinctive Florence features will appealto eral months has resigned in order to
give her sole time to the Wright
you. Realty and Seed company, of which all names to
she is manager. Miss Wright has have a special remedy let
1. Handsome apearance. proved a highly capable news gatherer I
and her society news ha$ been
2. Highest power per burner. very well received by the OrRndo' it direct---no charge for
3. No wicks to bother with. public. The editor of the Sentinel D. S. sec
4. No valves to clog or leak. will edit this column until the close <

5. Once lighted will run at full power without further of the present winter social season ,
- attention. made.when other arrangements may be

6. Simplest possible to handle. All social items telephoned into the Care PLAZA
7. Exceptionally strong and durable. office or mailed will receive immediateand

8. Extra large tank, (holding full gallon). accurate number attention.is 24. The Sentinel All names '
9. Unbreakable glass front to tank (showing quantity of telephone -0- PHARMACY

oil). WILL CHRISTEN Thursday, March
We don't want to give too many of the good points of the Local alumnae of National Park
Florence Stove. You will discover others when you have used Seminary Washington, D. C., are --------- -- ----- -
greatly interested in the fact #
Miss Elizabeth Kolb, of Germantown
Pa., has been selected by Secretary
one.Oscar Daniels to name the superdreadnaught
Pennsylvania, which is to be launchedat
Hand & Son! Newport News, Va., today. Miss
Kolb is a senior in the National Park
Seminary Washington, and will be -- ..... f""
graduated in the spring. She is nine- -
WEST PINE teen and is one of the youngest students Bank organizd April 16th 1906 t; Y ,
to be graduated from the I


. .1111111111..III.I""lllllllllllllllllllllllllllltGive RESOLUTION I). A. R.'s ADOPTEDBY .\ DO BANK AND TRUST CO. :I r-." ';

At the last state conference of Flor- :
ida D. A. R. chapters Mrs. Minnie At the Close of Business March .s, 191i.: Condensed I "::
Your Wife a Moore Will! regent, introduced a resolution I :"
recommending that out of Florida's -.... .
abundant untenanted lands the Semi- Loans and Discounts ____-__________$371,679.00 914 i ,. :
Good Watchand nole Indians be given homes in the Overdrafts _______________________ 1,001.75 It- .

Everglades.U. Stocks and Bonds __________________ 24,668.33 ..:f.-. I 1
D. C.'s to MEET Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 41,857.86 F 14
see how it will harmonize the workings of your AT LEESBURG. Cash on hand and du from banks ____ 310,766.95 l
Members:: of the United Daughters
household. of the Confederacy here and throughout j
I the state will be interested in the $719,973.89Capital
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- communication from the state presi- .

dent, Sister Esther Carlotta, of St. Stock ______________________$100,000.00 .
orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand Augustine, setting forth the date and i
preliminary plans for the twentieth Surplus and Undividd Profits 33,970.44 _
laid away the rest of the time. Every one of bur annual convention of the U. D. C. of Dividends Unpaid _________________ 52.00

Florida. Bills Payable _____________________ None c r i
assortment of women's watches is of (
large annual convention
a timekeepera the The Florida twentieth division, United Daugh- Re-Discounts __________________ None :-

practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand ters of the Confederacy will be heldin DEPOSITS ____________________ 615,474.52Due
Leesburg as the guest of Confederate to banks______----------------- 476.93 i-
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or Gray Chapter No. 641 assembling I
I May 5, 1915. $749,973.89
Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold The state credentials committee will "L.: pr',: :r t. -
I meet on Tuesday, 1layI, and the wel-
filled cases attractively priced from 10.00 up come program will be given during
I the evening of :May: 4.

i I I ROUND ADDRESS.Dr.. Walter TABLE. G. Pierce, of Jacksonville OF1RllU n Bank & Trust t C Goffipally

TH EVANS esting, Sunday talk on evening the "Legends gave an and inter-Stories

of Florida" before the Round
; Table.
J I --()-
JEWELER I The young Matrons Card Club will
be entertained on Friday afternoon by
t-U- Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., at her home on-
II" H I 1 North Orange avenue.


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