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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 17, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00510
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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I THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME





THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, ARCH 1 1915. NUMBER 29.

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U. S. OFFICIALS SAY GREAT BRITAINSHOULD






MEET INTERNATIONAL LAW







ACUTE EXISTS AND SITUATION BETWEEN-BRITAIN U.STILL S. !i "MESSENGER OF PAVING GO. MUST-- BARONS R 0 Mil ip PANIC STRICKEN RESIDENT





BRITISH ORDER IS DEFECTIVEU. i PEACE" ISLAUNCEHD KEEP STREETS I I ATHLETICSTODAY AMERICANS FOREIGNERS[


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S. Will Tell Britain That Her ,
I IN ORDER I
t Theory Is all Wrong Cab-

inet Had Long Meeting I ClAMOR TO LEAVE MEXICO

Yesterday AMERICA'S LARGEST BAT- SO COUNCIL ORDERS IN FOR FIRST TIME IN HISTORY

TLESHIP PENNSYLVANIASLID I MEETING YESTERDAY i| CONNIE MACK'S GREAT -
Washington, March 16.-After a
meeting of the cabinet today, the offi- DOWN WAYS AFTERNOON I TEAM: IN ORLANDO Brief Bulletins SUCH IS NATURE OF DIS-

cials disclosed that the United States I PATCHES RECEIVED BY

will direct its main force in its protest ,BOOSTTHEBARONSTSEETHEGAMEBattle Ticked Off Wire
against the British order of coun- COST ONLY FOURTEEN MILLION CITY WILL CLEAN AND CHARGE CO ; STATE DEPT.

cil to those declarations by which it is I I I At Late Hour

sought to control American and other :I Is Slow but Counterbalanced by Alabama Paving Co. Must Clear Will Start at 3 O'clock- ALLRAILROADTJAFFJCSUSPENDEDBryan

neutral ships plying between neutral I
Big Guns-Armor Belt Away All Bricks and Rubbish Barons Were Homesick inDa"tonaAre JACK JOIIXSO -WILLRD FIGHT
ports and which may be "suspected"by I I' I

Great Britain or carrying goods Eighteen Inches -Ass't. Roll for in WILL BE STAGED Wires Brazilian, Minister

destined for Germany or originatingin Thick I Church Street Fine ShapeAnd Havana, March 16.Jesse Willard to Take Up Transportation -
Germany.It I I who fights Jack Johnson reached Ha-

I vana today, and President :Menocal to- Question With
is declared by high officials here Norfolk, Va., March 16.-America's The city council held its regular this is St. Patrick's Day, and
1 day declared he would take no action
that to make good even a pretense of greatest battleship, the Pennsylvania, meeting yesterday afternoon at the will be marked by the greatest base- ZapatistasWashin
right to push the action and policy as slid down the hall transacted busi- to prevent the fight despite predictions -
today gracefully waysat city and routine ball event in the history of Orlando
affecting neutral ports and neutral the Newport News shipyard into ness. The Alabama Paving company for this afternoon before a monster j to the contrary. Great enthusi- on, March 16.-The panic

ships, Great Britain should at least the waters of the historic James river. will be notified to remove all bricks crowd the Philadelphia Athletics will i'asm over the fight has been aroused which was' produced at Mexico City by

establish a blockade which will meet :i Twenty thousand people witnessed the and clean up rubbish wherever the cross bats with the Birmingham Bar .:and applications for tickets from all the assassination of )lc lanus, an
over the island have been received. It
the requirements of international law. launching. Special trains from Pennsylvania brick paving is completed. If the ons. Every provision has been made American, by the Zapatistas soldiershas
is assured that an enormous crowd
The state department will advise Maryland, and Virginia company does not obey the instruc- by the management to meet the large
i will attend. increased and the resident Americans -
Great Britain that her theory justify- brought thousands to Newport News. tions the city will clean up the streets attendance expected.The j

ing interference with neutral ships to Governor Stewart of Virginia and and charge the amount expended to Philadelphia Athletics copped --- and other foreigners are clamoring -

neutral ports and in fact to any port Governor Brumbaugh of Pennsylvaniawere the paving company. the rag in the American League last ANOTHER AVIATOR ON PACIFIC to Secretary Bryan to be taken

except as to actual contraband of ,,-ar. among the spectators.Miss The usual resolution for the passingof season. They have lost several of the. COAST CRASHES TO EARTH out of the city.
not be defended Los Angeles, :March 16.-Aviator
can under interna- : Elizabeth Kolb, daughter of the brick paving assessment roll old men. New faces will be seen in : That there conster-
tional law. Frank Stiles fell 200 feet in his machine f was widespread
Louis J. Kolb of Philadelphia, chris- for Church street between Main and the line-up today. They are in excel-
She at University!! City late this afternoon nation at the national capital on the
will be told that her order ofcouncil
tened the big ship and thousands of West streets was ordered. This paving lent shape. So are the Barons, and
is defective :1 I and was fatally injured, dying day of the murder is reported officially -
because no matter tiny American flags were wavedvhen will amount to nearly $700. there will be a battle worth coming .'
what her collateral half an hour later at a local hospitaL > to the state department.The .
explanations maybe j the vessel started down the slippery The new plumbing ordinance was miles to see. I,'I
l Great Britain and France have not I He apparently lost control of the machine foreigners generally are in a
ways. passed. As it will be published in the The Barons have arrived from Daytona -
declared I I! and being so close to the ground. trap because Obregon in retreating
a formal blockade even as to The speed of the Pennsylvania will Sentinel this week citizens will be after playing several practice
ports in German territory.All I!!was unable to gain control and was ,controlled parts of the railroads and
be only twenty-one knots, or 21.17 given an opportunity to read it. games with the Brooklyn Dodgers
questions involved in the orderof !dashed to earth. Stiles sustained a Carranza controlled the railroads to
miles an hour. This is a disappoint- training in that city, and the best of .,
council discussed broken leg and internal injuriesi Vera Cruz.
were the
at cab- rent to many, for foreign navies have COTTON USED DURING FEBRUARY it all is the Barons were homesick.Yes .
inet meeting. i i I whcih caused his death. All railroad traffic has been sus-
: given more attention to speed. Thereare 463,417 BALES they were homesick and lone- !.
President Wilson had before him important compensations for this some and glad to get back to Orlando. I I pended.
the last RUSSIAN RESERVISTS IN NORTHWEST Responding to an appeal of the '
order as sent here officially lack of swiftness, however. She must Washington.-Cotton used during They declare Orlando is the best old
by Ambassador Page and also a note UEUlC.CALLED:. i iI Americans and foreigners today Sec-
make her 21 knots on four hours trial. February was 463,417: bales, exclusive town they have yet struck.
from Great Britain in which she I I TO COLORS retary Bryan telegraphed the Brazilian -
"ex- ,; Complete with armor, guns and of linters, compared with 455,231: in Remember the game today-3 p. m. I II .
plains" the order. ', I ___ I II minister at Mexico City to take
equipment, the Pennsylvania will cost February last year, the census bureau Good weather expected. Go early and
I j the imme-
Seattle. Wash.-All Russian reservists up transportation question
14173000. Its tonnage will be :31- announced today. During the seven get a good seat in the grand stand
Paris I in Washington, Oregon, Idaho 'diately with the Zapatista authori-
Statement j 400, almost three times that of the months ending February 28 cotton which is free. Boost the Barons.
London, :March Wyoming, Montana and Alaska have
I
16.-The French of-
famous Oregon of the Spanish war. used was $3,054,256: bales, against ties.lie
ficial statement issued at Paris tonight I been called to the colors by the Russian j telegraphed also to Carranza to
She is 600 feet long with water line 3,271,856 in the same period the pre- NOTICE! NOTICE!
says that the German ( consul here. Approximately 25- take up the question from the service ,
attemptto and 608 feet over all, and 97 feet 1-2 vious year.
recapture the trenches at Notre I i 000 men in the Pacific Northwest will | end, so that by an agreement betweenthe
inch wide a close fit for the Panama
The
committe of E. A.
Dame de Lorette, has been repulsed. composed |be affected. rebel chieftains foreigners mightsoon
Canal locks. Her draft will be 28 I! BERNHARDTS[ CONDITION IMPROVES Thomas C. E. Johnson Ames I
J..F. ,
Some will out of .
of the Germans were taken pris- feet j It is expected a special steamer get danger.The
10 inches.
oners. I I and W. W. Rose are requested to be I jbe chartered'to carry them to Vladi- I fact that the Americans and t

The French made further Besides the twelve fourteen inch : present at the office of S. S. Griffin :vostok. The order applies to all foreigners are now demanding to be

north of Beause Jour. The progress German "ns, two more than carried by the Bordeaux, via Paris.-A bulletin issued at nine o'clock this morning. The object -i classes of reservists. I slowed to get out is a great surpriseto
,Texas or the New York the Pennsylvania by Ooctors Deuce and Arnozan of the meeting is to discuss plans f the state because
counter attacks in the department statements -
repulsed. Argonnes 1 were '! will have four submerged tor- after visiting Sarah Bernhardt, who for giving the visitors and tourists an SPANISH PREMIER EXPECTS I received here have been to the ,

pedo tubes and twenty-two five inch recently left the hospital where her automobile ride and the
presenceof
; TilE U. S. TO INTERVENEi : effect that the trouble is blowing over
tJTETSON; UE\.EXGED-TIIE BEST guns for defense against destroyers.The right leg was amputated states that all members of the committee is urgently -i i IN MEXICO and order being restored.It I r

GAME OF armor belt is 18 inches thick. her condition is entirely satisfactory. requested, as the subject is an appears, however, that the peo-
SEASON I She will be driven by engines usingoil i
important one. Paris.-That "anarchy in Mexico ple on the ground are aware that
as fuel. I
The clouds withheld their damp for A statistician has figured that the VISIT ALTAMONTE SPRINGS ''II'and the crimes committed there make some circumstances have not been

two brief hours Saturday to enable I THE WEATHER intervention by the United States almost made public either in Mexico or at
Pennsylvania will weigh as much
the Stetson baseball team time to 600 steel freight cars loaded with as j Before leaving Florida you should I inevitable," is a statement credited Washington.The .

amply get their fill of revenge for the 1 coal. To obstruct the Pennsylvaniawhen j by all means pay a visit to lovely Florida: Fair Wednesday; colderin : to Premier Dato, of Spain, in a I state department is informed

defeat handed them on Friday by the going full tilt would mean to j Altamonte Springs. It is undoubtedly south Thursday fair, except in- I dispatch to the Petit Journal. The that the state of Guerrero, with the I

Rollins players. The game was calledat take a blow from her ram bow I one of the beauty spots of the Landi creasing cloudiness and warmer in premier is reported to have said Spain exception of the town of Acapulco is

the end of the. seventh inning to amounting to the destructive I I i of Flowers. northwest. i J no longer would maintain diplomatic now in the hands of the Villa forces.
energyof
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with Mexico unless the situation Secretary Bryan has been informedthe
allow the Rollins team to catch their -- : relations -
more than 800,000 feet tons, or
i 1 there is made normal.EARTHQUAKE. consul at Merida that conditions
train
and at that time the stood Orlando
score substantially a duplication of the com- Official Family Has"Baby"
8 to 1 against them. Fully two score bined power to do harm of all her big- j there and at Progresso are improved.A .
fair I ITALIAN KILLED dispatch from Eagle Pass to the
rooters, accompanied with few
a gest guns at the instant of simulta-
of the genus homo, came up from neous firing. Motor Fire Truck Tested 29,978, SAYS OFFICIAL state department states that 500 Car- I

Winter Park to witness the severe I I REPORT ranzistas cut off Villa's base of sup-
plies at Allende. Reinforcements have
thrashing administered to their team- DESIRES TO THANK TELEPHONE I
mates.A COMPANYThe + Well, the new motor fire truck de- Here Director Robertson instructedthe Rome, via Paris.-An official parliamentary gone to Allende for Villa from PiedI

good, fast interesting game was I il livered by the AmericanLaFranceFire driver to stop the engine. This report- on the earthquakeof ras Negras. .

played, one full of clean hitting, fast Board of Trade committee in Engine company of Elmira N. was done and he was then ordered to January 13 gives the number of

base running and quick, accurate charge of the Tourist Headquarters Y., to the city of Orlando, was runabout turn the heavy car with its human deaths thus far reported as 29,978, A Delayed Message

fielding.-DeLand News. I|desires to publicly thank the Orlando I the city streets and was the freight of twelve 160 pound men to !not including persons who afterwards Ata Nuevo Leon, March 15 (de-

Telephone company for the installation center for all eyes yesterday. It's a the left, up a slight elevation and I died of injuries and illness caused by layed-Villa passed through here to-

MOTION TO SEND THAW BACK of a telephone for the free use daisy it's a dandy, and from now on through sand that would put the Sahara -;;the disaster. day on a special train preceded by six

TO NEW HAMPSHIRE IS of tourists at the room on East Pine and for many years Orlando has ade- desert to shame. The heavy !I I The communes damaged by the troop trains bearing 2,500 men en

DENIED ; street. It is proving a great conven- ,quate protection against any or all '' 'ruck sank to the hubs in the sand, :earthquake numbered 372. route to Victoria, the capital of Ta-

i ience and is highly appreciated by all fire emergencies that may or may not the engine never stopped, but a drive j jI mulipas, which is occupied by Carran-

New York.-Justice Page today denied -i the visitors. arise. I chain broke, and all hands on deck ,j'BOY: SCOUTS; PATROL BRITISH zistas under Luis Cabellero and Pablo t

Harry K. Thaw's motion that he I j The city dads-the official family- :had to dismount and watch the expert I j i I EAST COAST Gonzales.

be returned to New Hampshire. i.RECOVERING FROM OPERATIONMrs. together with the newspaper boys the demonstrator do a little repair work. :|: This force must be defeated beforean

The judge ordered that Thaw be factory demonstrator and many others The machine then backed out and re- ', London.-Boy Scouts are now en- attack on Tampico can begin from

sent back Matteawan unless legal : J. A. Prevatt of Lake Howell, totalling twelve, took an official turned to the city. ': ;aged in the navy for signalling, and the north. Northern leaders left

papers were served on the warden of who had an operation performed for ride yesterday afternoon in the new :Mayor Sperry sat at the helm. Com are receiving more pay than midshipmen Monterey yesterday. It is said to be

the Tombs calling for the prisoner'sretention appendicitis at the Church Home and truck. Its performance was really missioner Johnson hugged the big More than 12,000 scouts- have confident that General Angeles has

in New York city. That already Hospital about four weeks ago, is remarkable. Clinging to one side bell Harry P. Leu clung to a ladder entered military service of one kindor broken all serious opposition in that
had Commissioner Robertson direc- and occupied another and who section. It is reported here in official
been done, for Warden rapidly recovering. She is spending gave the others fire fighting 2,000 more are

Hanley, of Tombs prison, today was the remainder of the week with her tions and a large range of territorywas positions around the "baby." The car nearing the age of enlistment, are in circles that artillery under General
served with covered. 1 with its of Angeles will be moving southward in
habeas complement men weighs training.
a writ of corpus sister, Mrs. J. C. Bass, at 732 West
issued The worst possible roads tra- 'about 10.000 and the two days.
by Supreme Court Justice Central avenue, when she will! return were pounds engine
Bijur. requiring him to produce Harry home. versed. In fact, the deepest sand and j has all the power in the world. Geneva.-The largest: coal depot on I

K. Thaw in court next Friday. the most tortuous pathways were selected -! The coming of the new baby means the Rhine located at Strassburg, AT RED MEN SESSION

This it was said would prevent BASEBALL KING and with speed ranging from that there will be two horses put out which was set afire by a bomb dropped I

Thaw's being sent Matteawan be- i IN ORL.XnOCon'lie ten to nearly forty miles per hour the of commission. These will be used by a French aviator during a raid Among the Orlandoites going up to

fore Saturday.Our Mack, the King of the formidable "baby" of the fire depart- j for the street department. This also fifteen days ago, is still burning. Sanford to attend the big council of

Spheroids is scheduled to make his ment proved its class. Only one slip means that Commissioner Johnsonwill Four thousand tons of coal have I Red Men which began a three days

stationery assortment is strict- first appearance in this city at the marred the official demonstration, and have to get a new wagon, which been destroyed and 20,000 tons more session yesterday, were Messrs. F. L

ly up to date. All qualities, all col- ball park today. Cornelius McGilli- that was at the corner &t. Broadwayand I was ordered by the city council at its 'I arc menaced. Fear is felt that the t Helms, P. F. Laubach, Dr. E. W. Lott,

ors. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Ave. cuddy wears stars in his crown. Ridgewood avenues. meeting yesterday afternoon. fire may endanger Strassburg. I IA and Chas. Phillips.'v .

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------HO-TELS- - 1 I -- SIDELIGHTSBy --- ARCADIA DAILY NEWS PUBLISHES . . . . . . .;. . . . . . . . .. . . . . {i. ..
LETTER FROM 4

W. S. Branch) C. A. BOONE OF

Thanks for the "troller ordinance," ORLANDO Wanted to Buy |

THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Mr. Johnson. '
-oWe Inasmuch as a great deal has been
West and Church Street hand it to Alfred Link, or who- said pro and con in regard to the Iron Black Whippoorwill Clay and
Splendid: service Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. Oneof the best made the ,
ever pretty St. Patrick's day value of brick streets, the following
cooks in the s ate. Rates $T.oO per week and.. up. Special? rates to parties Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. window trim at the DucksonIvesstore. letters will doubtless be of interestto

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. It is the most attractive window our readers:
yet seen on Orange avenue. Arcadia, Fla, March 9, 1915. SALE
-()- :Mr. Bennett, Orlando, Fla.
Plenty of 20 cent, strawberries on Dear Sir: I want to know if it is a
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn the market Saturday, but their real fact that the Orange avenue brick Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman. Golden Dent, White Dent.

Florida Pocono Manor Pa value was nil. They were not home that was put down first while I was Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
Orlando, berries. and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.
grown in Orlando has proved a failure, and

J. W. HURLEY -0- been replaced, and if so to what do
With the ountry Club and the you lay the fault Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh \ \
,
MANAGER Board of Trade both on his hands, we Knowing you to be a close observerof
I can all say, "Let Doc. Estes do it." such things, I would like to havean
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TOURISTS ATTENTION! The stalls in the Arcade are fillingup. the best manner to lay the brick on

A new plumber has lately rentedone. I the business streets of a town to give City Drug* Store *
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando the best satisfaction. We have two
-()- classes here; one says put a four-inch i
Prepared New York Cook
by our
The Orland is serving grapefruit concrete base, the other says lay the ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA ,
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 pudding to its guests and it is lickin' brick on edge, and grout it in with all
good. the cement it will take in liquid form, "111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111" .

-()- which will so bind the brick togetherthat ____ __ _
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Sam Griffin will introduce a bill in it can not get out of alignmentI

the legislature which will compel would certainly thank you for
AN ADDED JOY
EMPIRE HOTEL deadbeats to pay their board bills. your opinion on this point.Respectfully I 1"
Sam is a live wire and against every- I

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms thing dead that ought to be alive. ED. SCOTT.P. 4 Z To the letters you re-
--0-- .-Do you think there is any
The press boys are prodding Sen- substitute for brick that will come ceive if they are writtenon

ator Fletcher from every side. The within the limit on cost and give the
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round stationery that is of
next time he runs for office he will service
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite find the press is not muzzled. fine quality and correct

I -()- Orlando Fla March 11 1915.
: -- shape.
t ( ,: Thy to be good and abstemious a Ed. Scott, Esq., Arcadia, Fla.

....vJ...,. ..... (r I little longer. Easter is only three Dear Sir-You have been misin- HIGHLAND LINE'Nfills
weeks away. formed as to the brick pavement The l's
first paving in spring of 1907 is aboutas every requirementof

HIGH SCHOOL"OTES good as new. If it had never been the most exacting
disturbed by the water company sew-
(By Arthur hey) er pipes, etc, it would be in as good customer because it is

i- Prof. J. W. Simmons is just recov- shape as when first laid down, except nr "CRANE" quality.I
ering from a light attack of grippe. occasionally some corners of brick .mTf )\

Happily for both principal and stu- have been broken off. None of the llLJ1o1lliLAll'UL ) W. S. Branch
dents the attack was not severe brick have ever had to be replaced.The .
THE ARCADE HOTELJ.
enough to prevent the professor from brick have always, since the first ll1II OO THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. superintending the high school as us- year's paving was done, been laid flat;
first year it was laid on edge.
ual.The i-
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin school received a flying visit We don't grout in anything under .,-

Building in Connections from Mrs. Stevenson. This lady will them; it is altogether unnecessary COMPARE THESE VALUES WITH OTHERS.
be remembered as the popular Miss Give your streets proper grade so the For Horses and Mules Carbohydrates
Orlando. Fla. Mason, who taught in the high school water will drain off. Roll them witha Protein II per cent. Carbohydrates 46 per cent.
last year. Mrs. Stevenson's visit was five ton roller, lay them flat, and Fat 6.55" Fibre II" "
brief but apparently much enjoyed. then roll the brick with the same At $1.75 prrsack I

Another interesting meeting of the roller. We are just finishing up about For Milch Cows
Protein 19.2 per cent. Carbohydrates 45.5 percent.Fat
Classical club Thursday. The further ten miles laid this way. That laid 6.55 pcr cent. Fibre I la percent A
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND exciting history of Oedipus at Colo- this way, some four, five, six and sev- At $1.75 per sack.
nus served as a gloom-destroyer at en years ago, is as good as new. We will have a shipment of Hay Monday. Send us your address
this time. and we will be pleased to mail you a price card.
There is not a particle of use in lay-
Miss Hazel Bennet, formerly of the ing anything under the brick or ce- TIlE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGE

SHEET METAL CO. junior class, spent several days at the menting. We use nothing but sandto W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 f

high school this week. cover them with after they are laid,
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As usual the high school pupils and after it has been on about four
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos rooted for Cathedral when she playedthe weeks it is all swept off clean. Comeup - -
,
Ruskin college team. and see our streets. The county
and Rubber RoofingsCornices School baseball "fans" are seeing is just beginning to lay six hundred J JONES GOS[ JUST THE SAME

some real baseball these days. Watching thousand dollars worth in exactly the

Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal\ Ceilings the big league players in action same manner.
should improve the form of membersof Mr. R. M. Bennett, who can verifyall
the school team. I have said, asked me to write you
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO this in answer to yours of the 9th My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

NEVER TOO LATE TO PRINTCOMPLIMENTARY inst. Yours truly, months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

VERSE I C. A. BOONE. same time it always has.
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-- --- There's a pretty spot in Florida, of
which most everybody knows, New want ads. in today's paper. TIME TABLE
Where the orange and the grapefruitand

the sweet magnolia grows. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.WEST a
The Orlando Meat Market Where daily the sunlight shining so
glorious and so bright It Is Time
And the moonbeam shadows falling
T. A. YANCY, Manager on the water's edge at night; BOUND EAST BOUD .
Where the flowers lend their fragrance To Plant Vines Read Down Read Up *_
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birds in
the the
to
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice air- up I A.MJA.M./ P. 1\1. A.l\1. P. \I.P.; 11.l' .
At Orlando let for the
us gather big
Florida and Western Meats Midwinter Fair. Bignonia Orlando .
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6:3o'
IoI5 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. 0, beautiful Orlando! with your drives VinestaBougainvillea Ocoee 7:301'1.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5'00
of
and lakes blue
Winter Garden
With your climate and fine water, the 7:45111:30 4'30 8.15 12.15 4.45
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders Lord has favored you; Oakland 8:00---: ; 4:30 8.00-- 4A30
With Lake Lucerne and Lake Eola, Palms and Ferns _
f Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226 both endowed with beauty rare, --A
PHONES
Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Worth your trip to see Orlando and . . . . . .iMMItiillMiMMMMIMMMMMIMMMIMJREAL
its big Midwinter Fair.
A

You'll be sure to like Orlando when VIOLET DELLGARDEN H A
you first step off the train, ESTATE
When you hear the bands all playing"Down
in Dixie" sweet refrain. A
You'll be welcome to their city of
certainty and wealth J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Where all nature and good sunshine "
keeps you in the best of health. 509. 408 South Lake St.

Come where can feel every it in one the is air happy; you We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

When you once get to Orlando, to
that Midwinter Fair. you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call |
-Wm. R. Cunningham, Des Moines, A ,
E Iowa-Willola Hotel, Orlando, BargainLot and talk your wishes over with us.
i Florida.

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- ;
ADDITIONAL LOCAL

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a ;
Mrs. L. M. Wharton and son, GeorgeR.
., left this morning for Orlando fora million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
visit en route to their home in Iowa
after a delightful visit of several overlooking Lake, two
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Whar- years.
ton.-Tarpon Springs Leader.G. Lucerne $1.600. Must
al i1 i1y \Ve are well posted on the values of all classes and

R. Croft, of Oakland, Fla, who
; i iII owns one of the best farms in the be seen to be appreci kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
} state, in the famous lake region, is
II l I anxious to find a partner to managehis ated. Called bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
+ j I place so he can reside in Clear-
water.-Clearwater Sun.
Estate Bargains.

Mrs. A. M. Poole and son arric
this mornig from Orlando, coming b y
LiL-Jr 1 the way of Tampa, and the Favorite
line steamer. They are winter visitors
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Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your ter the, in L.Sunshine I.Orlando They,City will from spend si Rockville htseeing.-St the day Cen-in CARLREAL DANN WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY !

health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and Petersburg Independent.
proper strength of the drugs you take. I
When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and Mrs. Nelson Strong, of Sayville, N I
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. Y., and Mrs. Dimmick, of Lisle, N. Y, ESTATE[ ; R. D. SPARING Manager
Buy all drug store things from us all the 'round who are wintering at Orlando arrive< ,
your year
this morning and will spend several > Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf ;
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and you will never go anywhere else for them.MERLIN'S days in the city visiting. They will
join the others of their party of tour | I
: PHARMACY ists, who will arrive in the city tomorrow COMPANY
\ and enjoy the day with them:
THE REXALL STORE *"
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5 Door on Orange Avenue,we will give a ticket which will entitle you to the
Opportunity of drawing the premium which we will give away free at 10
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number will be chosen. Wednesday, $5.00 Silk Parasol; Thursday,
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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

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



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



Hundreds of Dollars in Beautiful Pres-
ents to be given away absolutely free. I
With every dollar purchase you receive a ROOF GARDEN THEATRE TO-NIGHT Coat's Spool Cotton, Challenge Sale
ticket, and the one holding the number Price ------------_____________-Ic
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 heavy
one or more of them.
weight, splendid lOc.
Bison Western Farce. 2 Reels. Grace Cunard, Francis Ford patterns
quality, Challenge Sale Price _____5c
BEST BRAND DRESSGINGHAMS "Three Bad Men and a Girl."


Powers Drama. Sydney Ayers Fancy Crepes, all new and fresh
Beautiful line of patterns to choose from. beautiful line to select from,
Sale "A Martyr of the Present.
12 1-2c. quality Challenge price 25c. quality, Challenge Sale

1-2 Price _____12'/2c
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L-Ko Comedy. Alice Howell, Hank Mann

"Their Last Haul." Bleached Muslin, full yard wide, a
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See Our Big Four Page free from dressing, ChallengeSale

Circular for Special Price --------_____________5c
Admission Free Until6:30| p.m. NightsU5c.: ands|!Oc.
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THE DAILY The company then avers that after TAKE A WALK IX ful clusters of beautiful homes that I'"- '

some delay the city finally accepted THE SUBURBS. any city can boast of.
South Florida Sentinel such revised plans and that in July, o s
There buildings being [
l 1914, a contract was awarded to Hamilton are many new -
MORNING AND WEEKLY Johnson, and in August the constructed in Orlando and most ] It is just as natural for some peopleto

I W. M. GLENN ............ ..........Edit.rW. work of construction was begun. "It of them are residences costing from j hope for universal peace as for the
C. ESSINGTOX ......Bu f to $25,000. Plans have been I
$2,500 ,
that ball team to hope for a
but champion-
L -- -- completed early in October I
: Entered at the inetoffire at Orlando. Florida I several delays occurred," and it was I prtpared for several costly houses in ship. j
as Second Class Mail Matter. considered unwise to proceed with the the southern part of the city and in o | i

r SUBSCRirXION: RATES work because the water in Lake High- other sections many less pretentious Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fish were
. Daily.. I Year .........eo.....eo...... $5.00 land was low and that it would be necessary will be under among the arrivals yesterday from
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 to make excavations in thehottom houses soon way. Newark, N. J. They intend spendinga
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 l of the lake for the masonry Orlando's expansion will surprise \
.... I month or more in Orange county
Daily 1 Month .........eo...... SO foundations, thus causing the waterto the citizen who seldom walks through dividing their time between Orlando

l Weekly. 1 Year .j.=:::".".".'=-:':':='. tl.OO_ roil and become muddy for the a period the suburbs and at this season of the i Winter Park and Maitland.Mr. .
"': com-
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and compel
several weeks
_, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX of to pump this disturbed water in year such jaunts are not only interesting : Before LongThe
ADVANCETO
" -- the pany city mains. I but healthful. Not half the and Mrs. W. G. Perfect and
: ADVERTISERS: I As an explanation for the discon- people of the city know of the great child are among the recent arrivals at
tinuance of the work the company the San Juan. They are from Brook !
Copy for display and all .ther handartadvertising development of its north and east sec-, their homeat
wiil make
Orlando is essentially a lyn N. Y. and
that
must be hand in at the business I states i in woman'smind
...!tin .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. I tourist city and that the work should lion during the last year. There the that popular hostelry while in I' thoughts uppermost a
the day before publication. This rule applies be done during the summer instead of greatest improvements have been Orlando.All will be "uhat to wear" for summer.
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t.Invariable chances and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered: to.it | the winter that the months.filter agreed The company upon by made-there is growing at almost \ To some the prospects of planning for a
---- -- states ads.
- -- 1 Alladin one of the most delight- round money getters-want
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued the company and the city is now un- pace I Dress, a Costume or a Dainty Lingerie
should notify the ogee in writing on construction and that it is their
the date of expiration otherwise it will be der and desire to complete the Gown is a proposition of such magnitudethat
intention

continued Telephone until notice at Numb to the atop r regular.U...received....subscription.............rates.. 24 I said structure filter and by building that the the company foundation is LAST nAY UF SHOVINGI even the "thoughts" of what to wear

I only waiting until the present tourist II stimulates the ::; system.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 191:;. season company has passeu.The :.I says. the city is not

the relief prayed in its
entitled to
ENLIGHTENING INFORMATIONCONCERNING petition because the clause of the con- i Let Us Act--
THE CITY OF tract set out has been abrogated anda
ORLANDO distinct and different agreement is
ORLANDO AND in force that all water is pumpedinto wish to announce to the ladies that did not have a chance to
WATER AND LIGHT CO. now its suction pipe through a copper As the family physician by way of a

The Sentinel has the answer of the screen, and "while it expressly denies coma and see me yesterday, that the display of models, materialsand change, our formulas are not excerpts
Orlando Water and Light Company that the prayer of the petition shouldbe
John M. Cheney its solic- granted, yet the company submitsto fashions will continue to be shown today owing to the fact taken from the recognized Pharmacopeiaof
by Judge the court the entire question and the STYLO-
itor, directed to the City of Orlando, will agree to an order commandingthe that I did not have a chance to take care of those who called yesterday the medical world but from
dealing with the recent writ of mandamus company to construct a filtering COPELour own word) of human nature -

which the city secured, the intake according to the terms of the at the San Juan Hotel.If and Fashions; latest Fancies.
to force the substituted contract"Further I
purpose of which was the company's solicitor I
company to compete its intake filtra- states "the company says that whileit those who wish to see the display of models will come early CENTRALIZATIONPOINT
tion tank in Lake Highland.A expressly denies the right of the I OUR STORE IS THE
city to enforce the building of an intake there will be no trouble in waiting on them. FOR TilE LATEST IN NEW
1 of the solicitor's as prayed in the petition, yet it I
answer careful displays perusal the following "chro- freely and fully admits its obligationto This will positively be my last day.CHAS.. I SPRING AND SUMMER: GOODS
intake accordingto
nolo ical" developments the intake install a filtering
the improved plans of the same
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construction problem: .
June 8, 1912-Original contract and further offers to agree that the ENMAN Gathered together from all centers of
into between city and com- court may fix a time for such installa- .
entered will find under
work to be completed in one tion, and only asks that such time the textile world, here you
,
pany shall be fixed as shall least inconvenience roof, absolutely the very "choice of the
j ear. 1913 Submission of new the inhabitants of the city of :155 ST. JAMES BUILDING JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i one
July 7. of the and arranged in such a manner
City granted an I Orlando who are consumers choicest,
by company.
plans "
served by the company. -- --- - ----- \ is
extension; of. limp.October -. water that to select materials for a garment
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;; 1: 1913-New plans andspecifications 4----- --- "
prt'!>tt'ntt'd.t'w: plans \, a decided pleasure, a pleasure that carries

accepted as substitute contract. City \ with it many happy thoughts of a decisionto
granted an extension of time. I I Two Handsome in the near fu
April 7, 1911-Commissioner Robertson \1 renew our acquaintance
gave company notice of sixty

days to start work. Lake FrontGrove
June 17, 1914-Revised plans presented ture.'E
l>y company. Rejected: by cityas
not being specific. and HomeProperties EMPHASIZE
June 18. 1914-Communication to
city regarding revised plans. Accepted Do You RealizeYour Our values, which are rarely if ever

by the city. I the END of the season.
July 1914-Contract for cement equalled at
work awarded to Hamilton Johnson.
August, 1914-Construction com- Insurance Contract Sometimes WE PARTICULARIZE
menced.
October 1, 1914-Work discontinued. Saves You From Bankruptcy ?
March 6, 191-Judge Perkins issued One of them is the pret-
mandamus ordering the Or-
of
writ lando Water and Light Company to tiest lake front location in WAFFLE CLOTIiSOTTOMAN

answer before March 16 why or why the State of Florida, with THEREFOREIt WEAVES
not work had been commenced. i
March 15; 1915;-Orlando Water and large acreage and a most I TUSSAH CREPESMARQUISETTES

Light Company filed an answer. modern dwelling.The stands to reason that it should be correctly !

The company admits all the allegations other has a fine drawn so that you can realize on SILK DRESDEN ORGANDIES VOILESFLOWERED
of the city, ex-
in the petition
cept two, and in answer to these the grove, with modern improvements it when you have a fire It is as necessary VOILESPOMPADOUR

company plied with admits the provision that it has of not the com-con- and worthy of as the examination of the title to your i FLOWERED AND RICE CHENE CLOTHS

tract of June 8, 1912, in so far as the any further improvements
company was required to build an intake property.For LAWNSRIPPLE
within one year after the final desired. CREPES

execution The company of the says contract.that the city released These are high priced Rates and other Information Call I LENO HANDKERCHIEF

it from the construction of the properties but they are LAWNSNEW
intake described in the contract, and on or Phone ENGLAND ORGANDIES
entered into an agreement whereby a both big bargains. I LACE GRENADINES .
different form of intake on entirely DIMITIES
SHADOW
different plans was entered into, this
being a substitute for the require- SWISS EMBROIDERED
ments as to an intake in the contract. VOILESIn
The company answers that a care-
ful study of the subject was made anda SlDoWSon
decision resulted to the effect that
S. Y. WAY
the intake provided for in the contract
would be of no value for the purposesfor
which it was intended, and decided REAL ESTATENo. '
what was needed was a scientific a full range of prices ranging from
that
filter Then, and follows not copper several screening.pages of communications 3 WEST PINE STREET Insurance and Real Estate Agent 12V-JC. to $1.50 a yard. ,

between the company and Second Floor
I FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY
SPECIALS
the In city.a communication to the city I I PHONE 172 WEDNESDAY
1913 the --- --- --- I
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council, of July 7, -
says that the intake as defined in the DoctorsBiickinastiT WINDSOR AND PLISSE CREPES
value, and
would be of little
contract that the plans considered were (1) an & Bl'Ulula"tOSTEOPATHS 25 pieces of alMhis season's designs and

intake on a larger scale than the con- << colorings, a charming fabric for Kimonas,
charcoal bed
with
calls for,
tract
'filter, au i ((2) to abandon the intake Tea Gowns, etc., Regularly sold at 25c. a
and put in a hydrochloride of Personal instruction under Dr. Stil:
plan
I yard,
along the lines recommended at Kirksville Mo. 1
lime plant
Wednesday 17 J%c.
and
by the U. S. government 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People :Monday Tuesday
The company asked to have until 1 National Bank. Phone 578. 1I
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October l. 191: to submit their completed DOLLY VARDEN VOILES I
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This request was granted
plans.
and on that date plans and specifiIcations i llllllllllil..i. 15 pieces of Dainty Designs all 1915

submitted of to the the proposed city. This filter was .: patterns, on white and colored grounds.

cepted as a substitute for the ."ac-\\ : Regular 25c. values.

described the company in the was original given until contract the following THORNTON PARK : i Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, 19c.

spring, 1914! to start with the
construction of the filter. DRESS AND SHIRTING MADRAS

The company says further that on 25 of Fancy Stripes on White
pieces
it received a letter from
7, 1914,
April sixty the city days granting time for an the extension constructionof of : is but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play |I binations.Grounds, two and three toned stripe com-


the filter plantFollowing this, after having made ground of the city.
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exact plans and specifications for the I Regular 25c. and 30c. values.

filter the company found it necessaryto : Tuesday and Wednesday, 21c.
Monday,
make further improvements on the Water lights sidewalks fine shade trees. Choice |1
plans and that revised plans of such : ,

city improvements; that "such were changes submitted on their to face the lots now selling at low prices and special inducements .

the showed original the increased accepted plans capacity, but over did offered to those who build this season. : I

not, in any way, change the form of
type of the filter, and, greatly to the

surprise to of accept the company such plans, the," city as was refused Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or \ DICKSON IVES CO.

indicated in a letter of June IT 1914.
In the letter of June 17. 1914 June, the ask your dealer.TAYLOR.
council gave the company until .
19 to submit plans. ,
Following this letter the company

sent giving a letter a summary to the city of previous dated June action IS :. .DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE...

and that "the one idea was to so con- ..
struct the intake that all water passing :
ir.to it must go through charcoal & THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
filter gates." Believing that a gate : The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
would best aid in the (desired work of
of fair dealing, trust-worthy merchandise .
the company said in this letter that tesy,
at right prices
they wished to experiment adding. "I ,
submit that you should allow us to go Proprietors : .. -
ahead with the improved part of the ORLANDO FLORIDA

plan, leaving the gate problem to be .
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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR day afternoon. The guest of honor ---- --
was Miss Malone, who is the guest of
:March 17th20th. Miss Augusta Wright.The .
ANNETTE KELLERMAN
WednesdayPhiladelphiaBirmingham Charleroi! was the scene Monday (
baseball afternoon of a pretty birhtday '( 3
party for Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Grant. .
frame.St. Patrick's Day party, Duke Hall. Fifty guests were present.Mr. "THE PERFECT WOMAN"In 8 4 /
Unity Circle. 7 3
Sans Souci Club. and Mrs. II. L. Beeman ten- _
Needlework Guild, Chapter House. dered a beautifully arranged dinner the Spectacular Pictorial TriumphNEPTUNE'S
Men's Forum, Chapter House. party Monday evening at the San &t
New Lucerne hotel' dance.Thursday Juan hotel in honor of Mrs. WilliamA. I
White, Miss Eudalia White, and .
Rosalind Club afternoon. Mrs. Otto Grasse. DAUGHTERThe A
Mrs Sinclair and 0
Bridge party; AN OPEN
Miss Peck, honorees; Mrs. Straley, Mrs. Wm. A. White and Miss Eu- FACE WATCHis
hostess. dalia White, of East Orange, N. Y.,
"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Lake, are the guests this week of Mrs. JohnT. Picture that has set the Motion Picture World Afire. I no more open than our method of'on.llletim I l hll..inl's... Throughnever !
hostess. Fuller. Mrs. Fuller gave a luncheon iimtepre-entine.' and xellun.1 at moderate
Annual banquet, Saturday Auction in their honor at the Country Club c.beautiful |
Bridge Club. recently. Other events are on the Guaranteed to be the Greatest Motion Picture ever brought' ; .
Friday social calendar.
Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs.S. -0- to this city. 'I
E. Ives, Jr., hostess. SOROSIS:;; CLUB HAS ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
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Meeting of U. D. C.; Mrs. D. C. MEETING.The _
TIlE X. Y. STAR SAYS: "The most brilliantly effective
Thompson, hostess. I Sorosis Club held a delightful I 16 .d]
Nullos Club; Mrs. Merle McElroy, session yesterday afternoon in its r---T:: 0 : ii-
hostess. club rooms, the subject of the meeting Screen Production ever projected in this country or in Europe. :
Saturday being, "Leaders in Reform."
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; Those participating in the programwere SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES FOR BOTH DAYS
Mrs. Davis, hostess. Mrs. T. I*. Warlow and Mrs.
Entre Nous Club; Miss Miriam Mahlon Gore. Mrs. Warlow took for
Matinee Starts at 3 o'clock
Fudge, hostess.DELIGHTFUL. her subject that well known social sharp a OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
---0- worker Miss Gertrude Beeks, who has
INFORMAL: been identified with social uplift in First Evening Performance --------__7 o'clock sharp ti with only pure white lead and Pure
DANCE LAST NIGHT. New York, Chicago and the Panama linseed oil oilS a base. There are
The most unique party of the winter Canal Zone. Mrs. Gore told of the Second Evening Performance9 o'clock sharp cheapening substitutes, but not in
c* taoa, that u> f-s>t slipping: to a work of Jacob Riis, Grace Dodge and 6- C o the paints we sell. And let us tell
close the informal dance givenin Charles G. Dawes of Chicago. She 15
was cents 25 it to such
cents I you pays buy paints just as
the ball room of the beautiful new told of the reform work that they had = '
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. accomplished. The Sorosis Club is E.I it pays to buy the best butter or
Giles on Lucerne Circle last evening one of Orlando's enterprising clubs ----- -- ---- WHITE freshest eggs.Orlando .
when Mrs. LeRoy D. Giles and Mrs. and the work entailed in the prepara- 'IIIIIIIIIIH" " BEAD ,
Allan Weathersbee entertained a tion of their programs is elaborateand
few guests in honor of :Miss Marguerite comprehensive. The next meet- LucerneTODAY Paint & Wall Paper Co
Drennen, of Big Stone Gap, ing will be held Tuesday, but no sub- JFAVORTE THEATRE ;
Va. and Miss Eudalia White, of East ject has yet been arranged. It will 205 S. Orange Avenue
Orange, N. J., two of the most popu- very likely be an open meeting. Mrs. I, Open 2 p. m. and 6:30
lar young lady visitors in Orlando Capt. Yerian, of the Salvation Army, p. m.Admission COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
this season. p.ppeared at the meeting and made aninteresting 5 Cents
The new residence of Mr. Giles is talk. She will speak this
nearly ready for occupancy and it was afternoon at Unity Chapel. The Greatest Vaudeville At-
his pleasure to extend to his daughter. -0SE.ERAL .111'.111.1.1,111.11.11..
traction offered the
Mrs. Weathersbee, and his daugh- BASEBALL ever
terinlawIrs.. LeRoy B. Giles, the PARTIES TODAY.All People of Orlando TODAY'S PROGRAM3heels3 :
privilege of entertaining in the new society will be in evidence at the WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
hall room on the third floor. The informal big ball game today at the fairgrounds "CATES"SAXOPHONIC Eclair. "Till the Sands of the Des-
dance in a manner christened I between the Barons and the SYMPHONICBAND ert Grow Cold," with Carrol Halla- hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
the new ball room, but it will remain Philadelphia Athletics. Several clubs way and Robert Frazer, in two parts. Something new! Something New!
for Mr. and Mrs. Giles, of course, to and sororities will attend the game in Rex. Bob Leonard and Ella Hallin Try it. Ask About it.
formally open the new residence when a ody, later having tea at some local "The Boob's Legacy. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
it is fully completed and occupied. i cafe. Guaranteed to be the World's Five cents to all. three or more
The guests were escorted through the; -().- Greatest and most Meritorious Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
spacious rear porch, the large kitchen :MR. AND :MRS. SWASEY COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
and up a flight of winding stairs to WILL ENTERTAIN. I Musical Attraction. VISIT TilE ALTAMONTE HOTEL POTATO SALAD
the ball room. Members of the Maine Associationare BEFORE YOU LEAVE
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Giles met the invited to meet for a social evening J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
guests and later they weie receivedby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Swa-I I "COALS OF FIRE"An Auto out to Altamonte Springs I 26 Bakery
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Miss White sey, 13 East Concord avenue, Thurs- I
March 18. The i nine miles, and see the beauty spot
Mrs. Weathersbee and Miss Drennen. day evening name American Drama. I
The ball room was fancifully dec- and the place assure a good time for I of all Florida and get the best din-
orated in ferns, flowers and moss and all. By order of L. B. Lombard, sec- ner served in interior Florida at the ,
Japanese lanterns. The Victrola that retary. "THE DOUBLE DECEPTION"A Altamonte Hotel. Orchestra and
every -
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managed furnished music by :Master for the John dance:Milton was I NEW YORK-NEW- -JERSEY:;; Majestic Drama. I, amusement. Geo. E. Bates. & Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

Ilughey, :Mr. Giles' cousin. Dancing ASS'N.:;; TENDER FAREWELL ,Son, proprietors. 3-17-6tc I,
continued until a late hour. Punchwas The New York and New Jersey organization I! -_ --- --- --- ----- -- -- -----
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served. At 10 o'clock a flashlight held a social Monday evening -
photograph of the ball room and at the Tourist Headquarters in
merry dancers was taken. honor of :Mr. W. D. Gorsline, president Keystone Komedy. "Nuff I 1-
Those present from out of the city ; Mr. Uriah Seely, vice-president, Sed""KNIGHT
were the honorees. :Mi sIiennen and and Mr. Butler, who will soon take FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Miss White, Miss Eda Brewer of Win- their departure for their respective BEFORE XMAS"A I
ter Park, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton of homes in the North. The program, I
Oakland Mr. Henry Parramore ofJacksomille. which was a very interesting one, was Vitagraph Comedy. Established 1886
Miss Emily Miller of as follows:
Johnson City, Tenn., Miss Lucile Sat- The Graves of One Household. :Mrs.
terthwaite of Waynesville, N. C., :Mrs. Sarah E. Thomson; That Old Sweet- I THE MONSTER SHOW FOR
William White of East Orange, N. J., heart of :Mine, and other poems Mr.
Mrs. Otto Grasse of New York, and Seely; speech, :Mr. Butler: song The THE SAME LITTLE PRICESOSTEOPATHY CURTIS & O'NEAL
Mr. Douglas Street of Winter Park. Dying Sailor's Request, Mrs. Fleek;
- recitation, Saving :Mother, Edith M.
HOSTESS TO Thomson; Experience of a Western
BRIDGE CLUB. Cyclone, 1lrs.liIler; remarks by Sen-
Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr was hos- ator Gorsline and Mr. Johnston. The INSURANCE LOANS
tess yesterday to the Tuesday Bridge' audience then joined in singing Amer- DR. J. C. HOWELL

Club. Mesdames Smith, Wood and ica. Osteopathie Physician and Surgeon
Buxton substituted for absent mem- Following the program, ice cream Kirksville Graduate
bers. and cake were served by the following Consultation Free REAL ESTATE RENTALS
--0-- committee: :Mr. Hopkinson, :Mrs.
Fleet, Miss Edith M. Thomson, Mr. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan ...
MATRONS CARD CLUB HoteL
and Mrs. Adsit, and Mr. DeMaine. I
POSTPONED.The Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Junior Matrons Card Club. Orlando Fla.WOOD.
which was to have been entertained YOU CAN :MAKE A DASH:;; WITH A
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Thos. LITTLE CASH .-
Brodwater, was postponed because of
:Mrs. Brodwater's illness, who is suf- We can fit you out with just the
fering from an attack of la grippe. kind of a new spring suit you have
been _wanting. No matter whether itsa For Sale
:MISSION STUD novelty, serge or Palm Beach, our
CLASS MEETING.The stock is complete. Slemons will fur- $2.00 Per Strand
nish the dash if furnish
meeting Mission Monday Study afternoon Class and held pa-its Slemons Dept. Store.you the 3-17-4t cash. Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 653%x167. Price

pers on China were read by Mrs.
C.obbIrs.. Remsen, Mrs. Vivian. Mrs. PROPERTY OWNER ALL TIMES
E. LaRue Bliss was leader. Mrs. 1 laden IF YOU WANT CASH AND NOTES 450000. A bargain.
Mrs. Bliss, and Miss Robinson FOR YOUR HOUSE AND LOT OrlandoWood YardB.
served tea.SOCIETY. See our Representative at ,
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i! GUARANTEES Establishing a New Standard of Tire. Values



6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3/ INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
I 7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS
30 x SY2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

5,000 JULES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

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

36 x 4V ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end 37x5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

to tire'troub es If Fisk Prices for something that does
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CUT PRICESTO FOR home SALE-A for small good family comfortable; garden l. urber. Laths: slid Shingles

SENTINEL growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow-
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marionavenue. A
GETREADY 3-7-lmo' II

WANTSThe LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. ,
CASH Also furnished or unfurnished
houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton, own-
er, 215 South Main street, opposite
Morning Sentinel Want Methodist church. Phone 99.

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want 2-27-lmo ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
Brick Road.
SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY
Terms Cash in Advance. LANDS

6 Room House, close in. Easy On the Gulf highlands of the fam-
Terms. RATES ous Sarasota Bay district South
For One Day ______________25t dia. Fertile soil, heavy and, Flor- Cement
Grove. For Three Days _____-_____50c pers of grapefruit and late ship- Royal Agatite Plaster andfPerfection Lime
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days._______________75c and early shippers of oranges winter ; heavy
For One Month ____________$2.50 ; no killing frosts; healthful vegetables cli--
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2 Lots Concord
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, sur-
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 $ o4fwntiKINCAID $
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- years at 6 per cent. Large acreage lIdur I / Jl J
the above. counts opened by telephone will be now to pick from. Immense leap in
payable the following day. values will follow. This special offer

is not to speculators, but ot those _ ___
Every Home--Every Business who will actually develop the land. u
Every Man has.use for aSentinel Exceptionally fine class of residents
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Want Ad. coming in.

Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .

Watkins Block PHONE 504 CO., ann SNDkTBENOrlando's \
FOR SALE 2-21-ln Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.

FOR SALE-Furnished, modern five-
-For FineWATCH room bungalow, on Gunby avenue. FOR RENT
CLOCK and Price $1,800 for quick sale. F. W.
IcAuley, builder, 4 W. South street. TO RENT-Furnished rooms, one Largest and Cheapest
JEWELRY REPAIRING 3-14-3t: block from business center; terms
reasonable. Apply 24 North Gould
call on C. VATER whois FOR SALE-Income producing straw- street. 3163tcTO FURNITURE HOUSE
berry farm; crop goes with place;
an expert at this trade bring' returns on your investment at RENT-Furnished or unfurnished,
Mice and will continue for four for permanent modernsix
occupancy
with many years experience months. Will sell or exchange for
house,
room with bath; rent very'
city property. G. F. Foster, Star low to desirable people. Mr. J. I,., 200 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Route No. 3, Orlando. *
at_ Youngs Repair Shop 3-12-6t West Concord avenue.1G2w*

Opp. Post Office Pine StreetOSTEOPATH FOR SALE House and three
; lots, at FOR RENT-Fhe room cottage, with
619 Ohio avenue; no reasonable bath, completely furnished. from -
offer refused. Inquire on premises. first of April for summer or for the
*
:-16-3t year.lrs. Gertrude McDade, "O7Broadway.
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FOR SALE-Ford touring car, elec- 3-16-61
tric lights and fully equipped run
; $3.50 PER WEEK-Rooms in the best
for eight months. Will sacrifice, as I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER am leaving for the North. Inquire part of the city, but a step to everything -
; large verandahs; hot and cold
Office corner Orange Avenue and 213 Ridgewood avenue. 3-16-3t* water. The St. James, West and Clearance Sale

Davis & McNeil South streets.
Church SU Bldg. FOR SALE:-A good work horse; 3-lG-6t
Phone 419. guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. FOR RENT, FOR SUMMER SEA-
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo SON, OR LONGER-One bungalow -
l new and modern in every detail.
Also one 2-story house. Both OF
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story com-
StrawberriesFresh pletely furnished. Both well located.
cottage, seven rooms and bath, r
modern conveniences, roomy porches, Small family of adults will have the
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. preference. Apply to Orlando Building -
2-23-tf and Land Co., opposite San Juan
Vegetables hotel. 3-14-61
Ga.s Heaters
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully LOST-Between San Juan hotel and

Guaranteed Eggs equipped; speedcmeter, Presto tank, my home, auto top cover. Please .
etc. A
bargain. Act quick. Call at
return to L. A. Beeman, San Juan
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf hotel. 3-13-6t*


Pure Florida HoneyN. FOR SALE Story & Clark upright FOR RENT-Second story flat to Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle rent, by the year, with bath and
Weeks in the recent contest will be lights. Apply to 210 Palmetto street. through the coming summer we are. going to close them
J. HoneySee sold for benefit of Baptist church 3 3-11-Gt ry

building fund. Piano may be seen the month of March at the following
out during prices:
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. FOR RENT-Small! flat, modtrn con
Weeks, Washington street. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
1-13-tfc Knox. 11-3-tf

$8,50 Heaters for $6.80
our window display FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM I.

in A-l condition; cheij* for to adults only. 409 Delaney street.1025tf .
of Heintz goods. cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
9 05; East Central avenue. Phone 696

1-4-tf WANTED 4.50 Heaters for 3.60

WANTED-To buy for spot cash,

CARUTHERS & GORE] FOR and SALE tools best OR farm RENT-With in county stock; variety cheap, in good, a buggy condition.or light Phone twoseatedrig 135, or 3.50 Heaters for 2.80

fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- see T. A. Yancey. 3-lG-6tc I
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, .
own-
TRAVELING COMPANION

New Modern G Grocery f y er. 1-lG-tfc ment man seeks of a education position as and traveling refine-settled BUY NOW- AND SAVE 20 PER CENT..

JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of companion and nurse. Has had along
the most important items in success-- experience in attending the sick
Phone 200 ful growing of fruits and vegetables. and afflicted. Best references can be
Talk with II. C. McDaniel. He has given. Address T. A. N., Sentinel
made a success of growing both. He office. 3-13-6tc

6 and 8 East Pine St. sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"
brand. His experience is worth something NOW IS TIlE TIME to take sew-
to you. Phone 708. ing lessons and make up your spring
2-2G-lm* and summer clothes. Miss Kchols is
responsible for fit and style of all ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
dresses made under her. Cutting and
FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden fitting done for those who wish to
Orlan seed, see J. L. Dean, Prop. City
O Om WashinRton sew at home. loom 41, Watkins
Drug Store. 3-4-2wks block. After office hours, Willola GAS DEPARTMENT
hotel. 3-13-6t
FOR SALE

75 acres suitable for citrus cultureand CONTRACTOR

truck farming, bordering on a
DRAWING ROOM pretty lake and has one-half mile R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see I

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brick road, this frontage to build and want the best house
being adapted
Car Established 1870
Sleeping possible for money invested.
for nice home sites; could be sub-
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478. R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '

feet each, leaving about 60 acres for 2-18-lmoc P line Pioneer Paint & Wall tore

First Car on March\ 16 citrus minutes fruits walk and to truck railroad farming; five Take your Kodak films to Robinson. 132 Park Place, New York PaperS ey

station, 3-3-tf Wholesale Dealers and Commission
: stores, hotel, school and churches.
VIA I "'"henOU consider location and good Merchants in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected
ATLANTIC COAST LINE will
transportation facilities with other operate Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes Paints
advantages the property's real valueis sleeping car from Orlando to Washington j' ,
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi I commencing March 17. Leave Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Atlantic Coast Line dent who needs Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
izes money. He author urday nights, on train No. 82. This Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
me to sell it
for $3,000. Whoever
FOR PAINTING AND PAPER
Standard Railroad of the South buys this property gets a bargain. car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m. Liberal advances made on con- CONTRACTORS HANGING
3-6-tf
For further particulars, call GLAD TO SEE
on signments. ALWAYS YOU ATFINLEY'S
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M I. E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill &
Davis building, Church Kodak finishing left at Robinson'sStudio R. E. Cocnran, President.T. .
corner
Tuesdays, Thursdays : and 1-31-tfc Orange avenue. Orlando. street next day.will be ready at 5 o'clock 3-3-tf the L. Turney, Treasurer.1-22-2m PIONEER


and SaturdaysLeaving BUYERS AND SELLERS HO l 167 Corner Pine and Court
PHONE 646
I
HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL
at auction I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
nor any city lots outside of estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Orlando on Train 82 the corporation, I
though have some over 30 years. Have handled over
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri splendid building lots near Lake Eola, I $20.000,000. Call and see ma.r .
and the AUTO FOR HIRE
days and Saturdays.For ) will be priced on their me 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
its. See the owner and save commis- !
sions. II. C. McDaniel. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
Phone
Reservations and Tickets 708. -
2-26-lmo': FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and
call on A. C. L Local Ticket strawberries, phone H. McDaniel.. BARNARD & SON
Agent. FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Prosper 708. Parties coming to the garden The :arletOF : ::
Street Orlando, Fla.
: Colony for sale at a bargain if for vegetables will be given low 17 Hughey
sold in 60 prices. 2-20-lmo 12-10-lm CLEANLINESS OF
-- days. Farm consists of 15 QUALITY
acres of as good land as! there is in
Orange 7 An 8\10: Kodak enlargement free I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI
county; acres In cultivation;
all under fence 6 at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf AND SALT
; room house, auto i FRESH MEATS

and corn wagon crib and sheds poultry feed house barn;,crop stables and Umbrellas recovered" and repaired Dr. S. S. Jones II Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

q tl t \ some farming tools go with place. "while :you wait, at Young's Repair Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lrrc CHIROPRACTOR and pars.
219d&wklmo.WIlY '
graduate Davenport College, 17 and We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
BE TROUBLED with D. K. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone The
DR. L H. RAMSDEU that DavidsonGOLF everything in Meat Line
cough, sore throat and croup, when 209. Intelligent people everywhere
OPTOMETRIST you can get relief by using Lee'" are being restored to health by chiropractic -
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE Sore Throat and Cough Remedy. J. C. INSTRUCTOR adjustments, the new sciencef H. AdC. Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Taber, 601 West Amelia avenue, says removing the cause of disease. Ex-
AND DO ALL KINDS OF it him.is worth For sale its weight in gold; ask Orlando Country ClubTelephone amination free. 12-24-lmo: PHONE NO. 803 PINE STREET
by City Drug Store
OPTICAL REPAIRING Price 25c. 3-16-6t* No. 249. Don't overlook the want ads. f





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FOLISII LAWS OF FLORIDABy (I communicable to humans. It is not :'Florida have been, for several centu- j I erinary medicine i it is better equipped f remarks, and if so, to prosecute the before putting in the flour and it will

,' perhaps to fulfill a mission of this party who invented this article. not fall to the bottom of
a menace to the health of men and ries, eating beef from tick affected'i J i the cake.

State Board of Health I I women, :yet under this ruling of the i i cattle and drinking the milk from kind-education of the farmer along Yours truly; | This is better than flouring the fruit,
the lines of improving the health of HENRY BENEDICT. I which often leaves unbaked flour
Of making laws there is no end! legislature, something more than $21- 'them, an dno one ever heard of a human his
stock, rather than other depart- I clinging to the fruit after it is baked.
If all advanced public welfare, 000 has been expended for hogs within being having the Texas fever.In .
they ments of the ABOUT
I I' state government.We CAKEIf I In creaming butter and ,
it would be different, but a good many the past twelve months, and the I other words, the funds of the further sugar
may reasonably expect j i where the former is hard, never warm
of them don't fit and the list includesa I i board could have spent a lot more if state board already have been drawnon
[ drafts on this fund to wipe out the a cake cracks while the butter. Warm the bowl or the
bak-
open II
it cauld have the medicine to sick
more than what are ; produced heavily treat hogs or toward I
great many diseases that affect citrus trees and ing it contains too much flour. sugar to make the butter blend.' Otherwise -
known, "freak lejrislation." I(at $15 a quart). The hogs seemed off sickness from them-a pure Use I
as I tomatoes and potatoes, an dev +ntually half a cup less next time. the flavor and texture of the
I to like it hild likes candy, judg- commercial The fur-
The State Board of Health was organized as ac ly proposition.
it be the
might possible to transfer to .If want a fine cake will be changed .
citi- ing from the amount they absorbed. ther foreshadowed, to you very grained
to protect human beings i|: menace already
health board all the duties that are so rake. beat well with silver fork
of Florida, against physical ills I And now the funds of the state get rid of the ticke at the expense of a after
zens I splendidly performed by the agricul- ]mixing. i' Miami Metropolis: The richest,
that flesh is heir to. It was not I board seem to be threatened with another the state health funds is also distinctly -
tural experiment station at Gaines- If want a juiciest melon ever cut by a Chicago
you sponglight
brought into existence to cure sick :j: big draft, for it is reported that another commercial proposition : cake '
1 use sour milk; if a heavier i, corporation was severed last Saturday -
one, use
mulesnor the next legislature is to be asked to it affects the of ville.By
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nor horses nor pocketbooks a
hogs nor cows I I I such a diversion of funds, the sweet milk in it. I by Sears-Roebuck when a stock
of into the funds of the board again certain class of in
minds
Its mission in the dip property owners I
dogs. I I I board would be lack of
hampered by For a small cake cookies have dividend of fifty cent. was de-
or per
its originators was not to discover nor :|:and to set aside fifteen thousand dollars the state, not the health of all. It is a
sufficient monetary means to carryon ]hot oven; for a large, rich cake, clared. And to think that all this
develop a means for curing citrus I or more from the moneys which purely class legislation that is pur- a
its fight against tuberculosis in Flor- slow oven. richness came from the of
canker nor to eradicate potato rot. in the form of taxes were paid in good posed and that has been enacted be- patronage
ida it will be limited in its campaignof 1 the
; Sift your flour before measuring.Sift mail order house from communities -
It is true that the board has expended faith to conserve the health of the
fore.While education on health and sanitary the baking powder with it i where merchants don't adver-
much time and money to fight human residents of Florida, to drive it is believed that the fundsof to insure I
matters among Floridians. Its func- thorough blending.In ti"e.
glanders in horses and rabies in dogs, ,,the cattle tick from the state. the State Board of Health should
tions are circumscribed in other direc- making fruit cake add the I
and it has done this because, and only : Now, what is known as Texas fever not be diverted from the original pur- tions. fruit Get the news in the Sentinel firn.Opera .
diseases are cattle is a disease carried for which taxes in support of
because, these dangerous among pose Xow, are the people of Florida go- ----- -- --
communicable from animals to man, and spread among them by ticks. The this fund are collected from the peo-
ing to stand for this? Are they go-
and not from any undue solicitude for disease is not communicable from ani- ple, viz: the preservation of the
ing to permit or sanction a diversionof
mals to It belongs to the cattle health of the human of Flor-
the individual brute.A men. family taxes levied and paid in good faith :aouseMARCH ::
certain Florida legislature in the alone, and to rid them of the pest ida, yet the board would interpose no I for the conservation of human healthto

not dim and distant past decreed that would be a splendid accomplishment; objection to a moderate amount of its other purposes in no way relatedt
the State Health Board from its funds it would add several million dollarsto money being tied= for demonstration othis work 17

should distribute hog cholera serum the value of the cows in Florida.It purposes by its own veterinatrian for
The legislature is to meet in bien- I
free of cost to the owners of swinein would make them better for beef educational purposes, as the board nial session next month. It might be UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Florida. Now, hog cholera is not and dairy purposes, but the people of considers that in the question of vet- an effective plan for the intelligent I

citizens of the state to have a heart- GREATER MINSTRELS (CueSBig Laugh From
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legislators in the meantime, and to
Prices
50c., 75c., Sl.OO
impress upon them the idea that this
kind of foolishness must be stopped. Seat Sale at Butt's 9 a. m. Tuesday.Hammond .

Out dale
Closing LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL


Editor of the Morning Sentinel.
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Dear Sir-I hope you will be kind

enough to give space in your paper
for the following article. I read in ; &GoreFUNERAL

The entire stock of the Jacksonville Metropolis the fol-

lowing item: I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
"Nobody could be insulted by the I
The Bazaarmust acts of a drunken or crazy man," was
Japanese the declaration of Thos. A. Edison REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
here today when asked concerning the
likelihoon of trouble with Germanyover
the sinking of the Wm. I*. Frye. COMPARE
be sold. This is your chance to buy "If they are not crazy over in Europe,
I don't know what crazy men are,"

those wonderful little gifts at greatly reduced 1| he continued.would have Edison to be declared starved Germany into- I OUR FURNITUREWe I

)peace. provide the quality. of furniture that has I long
prices Reading this article I hardly can been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

I believe that Thos. A. Edison can have standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

made any such remarks, as he did, to wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca -'t make

starve Germany into peace; but if he this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

did, I think it would be a good propo- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
sition for Edison to invent an electric I I
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plan to starve them out, and be sure I

The Japanese Bazaar to take patents out on this inventionin I MeNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,

all countries, as I think there wouldbe I
Cor. Orange Aie. and Church St.. Orlando, Fla.
lots of money in it by doing so. I

I sincerely hope for the sake of hu- JelL

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


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


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


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 ext -


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




Proposition No. 2

Proposition No.
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 Or-

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave. ange 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
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and GrapeFruit
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
trees which at their best
are uniform in size and remark-
are decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above

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

30 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


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




THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE and INVESTMENT CO.





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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO

Total Responsibility::

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

Ir I Mr. H. B. Little, Odesa, Fla, was
among the business visitors to Or-

r lando yesterday.Mrs. 77//S- "P&UDZWTJSsJ

t Hansel Willsey left yesterday Af4N'i"UTSfRSTSAVNGSiV
afternoon to visit relatives and friendsin
i I Mount Dora.Transients THE- 5
i BAND ", L

r registering at the San
SECURE FOR SURE Juan yesterday include E. W. Carpenter (
. Louisville; J. T. Freeman, St. ,
Louis, and Harold C. Jackson,Wash
DON'T let idle funds remain idle, and don't invest ington, D. C.
i in any security or venture where there is a -
l possible question of risk. Mrs. Hettie Burton, of Dothan,Ala.,
who has been spending the winter in
I : Think of SAFETY FIRST. Orlando, at 307 East Pine street, left frr c YI
yesterday afternoon for her home in
Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure." that state.

R Your idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 percent
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hudson, of Day-
j when need it.
{ and is ready you
tona, who are frequent visitors to Orlando -
We issue Certificates for any amount any business were among the nummerous
day. guests stopping at the San Juan yes
terday.Mr. .

f and Mrs. E. C. Dix, of Worcester -
Ohio, who are visiting Mr. and # t-y 9
t The State Bank Mrs. James Magruder, at their homeon
1 1of Anderson street, left yesterday fora '
short visit to St. Petersburg.Miss *.

<<$W'/
Lulu Bassett arrived in Or- X
Orlando lando yesterday afternoon on the .
OJ ? 7
Tampa Special from Bridgeport, ; "WJOHN /
Conn., to visit Mrs. F. N. Boardman,
r at her home in Summerlin Place. D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON
t Mr. H. L. Parramore, a former pop-
ular resident of Orlando, but now EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?'
home in Jackosnville,
making his YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT
spent yesterday in this city on busi-
ness. YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN H PER CENT. IN-

TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wilkinson, of
Beaver, Pa., are guests at the San ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE
Juan hotel, where they are delightfully TAKE AN INTEREST IN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS
[ located, and anticipate making a
prolonged stay. TOMER.

Among yesterday's arrivals in Or-
lando were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clark, Peoples National Bank"IT
of Grand Rapids, Mich., who are touring -
Florida resorts, and stopped off to
-- - spend a few days in this city.
IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."


: S Sliecial i ln m nsnati n T is W K Ala.307 afternoon visiting Mrs.East R.her for Pine C.niece Germany her street,home Mrs.,,left who in T.LaFayette II.yesterday has Fuller been,,




Mr. E. A. McKoy, president of the
, -- OFFLORENCE -- McKoy Land company, arrived in Or-
lando yesterday from New Orleans
and expects to be in this section for
several days. He is a guest at the 1
WICKLESS San Juan. y

Mr. E. E. George left yesterday for I I $$5.0 in G l
points on the East Coast where he

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVESWe of will the be interests engaged of in Chase looking&after Company.some I' YOUR ORUGGIST ?

lIe expects to be absent until August
and will make his headquarters at
have been selling Oil Cook Stoves for many years. We Del y. I To the ,

have sold all kinds of oil stoves; we have tried out wicks, valves, PHONE
Senator W. I>. Gorsline left last I mitting the 20
and the automatic lever principles-and now we have found The night for his summer home Millers I

Florence Oil Stoves, made without valves or wicks. We honestly Mills, N. Y. The senator has been I
coming to Orlando for a number of for the new
believe this type of oil stove is the best. That is
why we push years and numbers his friends by his
them. They combine absolute safety, cleanliness, ease of han- acquaintances, all of whom join the to be opened deliver it" day or night
Sentinel in wishing him bon
voyage.
dling, and the intensest heat applied to cooking that is possible
Church in the drug world if it
with oil fuel. Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. Taylor will leave

We are sure these distinctive Florence features will appealto for Orlando their home today in over Detroit the, Mich.Coast They Line give $5.00 in 18th.'S obtained it in the city.

have been spending the past month in
you. this city and are so well pleased that all names to
they contemplate returning early in
1. Handsome apearance. the fall and! remaining throughout the I have a special remedy let

2. Highest power per burner. season. ____ I
3. No wicks to bother with. it direct---no charge for
Mr. and Mrs. James Gibsonho!' D.0 S.
4. No valves to clog or leak. will be pleasantly remembered by I <
5. Once lighted will run at full power without -further many friends as having spent several
attention. winters in Orlando, but was com-
6. Simplest possible to handle. pelled to forego that pleasure last e
season, will arrive in the city this Care PLAZA
7. Exceptionally strong and durable. afternoon. They will make their
8. Extra large tank, (holding full gallon). home at the Lake View.
9. Unbreakable glass front to tank (showing quantity of All names PHARMACY
oil). Miss Alice C. Lindsey has been ill March
for the past week but is able to be Thursday,

We don't want to give too many of the good points of the out sey again.have been Mrs.conducting Banks and a Miss delicatessen Lind-- I

Florence Stove. You will discover others when you have used during the winter at the groceryof -
Caruthers & Gore, but have decidedto :'\
give it up during the summer tr.


one.Oscar Hand & Son months.UNIVERSITY OF.TONIGHT FLORIDA :MINSTRELS : -


1
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Bank organizd April 16th 1906 I
WEST PINE All arrangements are complete. The ,

day is at hand. Tonight the peopleof OF THE . .s
STATEMENT:: OF THE CONDITION fi
Orlando will have the opportunity
I ''
of seeing the college boys of our state ORLANDO> BANK> AND> TRUST CO.
tmiiiiiiM ,II lol ill,1 I sill tilt till liii I tIIiI.ilII-l university in their grand spectacular + : --
At the Close of Business :March: 4, 1915 Condensed ..
production, the University of Florida -. -
Greater Minstrels. This will mark From Report to Comptroller. .r. T
! Give Your Wife ; --r
a the climax of the theatrical season of r. I
Loans and Discounts _____----------$371,679.00 1<. ;
1915. Your only chance to see this Overdrafts ________________________ 1,001.75Stocks T s j
production, for it is their only tour of
; Good Watchand the state. Only four cities are to be and Bonds _________________ 24,668.33 1- '

I visited this season. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures__ 41,857.86 ;
.
I
The University Minstrel troupe will Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95 't i
see how it will harmonize the workings of your leave Gainesville this morning at 9 i c t

household. o'clock in their private car, arriving in $749,973.89 4.
Orlando via the Coast Line. The
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- troupe will parade directly from their Capital Stock ____________________$100,000.00

orative car, going from the station throughthe Surplus and Undividd Profits ______ 33,970.44 '.", ;
piece of jewelry, to be worn festive occasionsand
on
principal streets of the city out to Dividends Unpaid _____________ 52-

laid away the rest of the time. E'elJone of our the ball park, where it is supposedmost Bills Payable _________"________ ,Xone r- ,

large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera I! to witness of our the citizens game between will be gathered the Ath- I Re-Discounts ______________ Lone e'+s ', -

letics and DEPOSITS ____________________ 615,474.52Due ti w 2
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand Birmingham. Special per-
mission has been obtained from the to banks_____________________ 476.93 l
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or authorities to allow these college boysto

Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold parade through the park, and givea $749,373.89
short, well selected band concert to I
filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up the people gathered there. A tare

treat, do not fail to hear it. The
street parade is one of the main fea-


T.D.EVANSJEWELER. I the all can tures that cadet not of fail have this band to the,make organization.twenty-five opportunity an impression strong of Led hear-,by on it Orlallulo n B Ballk & Trust t C CoMally ll


ing it, and should prove a strong
drawing card for the night performance. 09

Remember the time, 4 p. m.,
down Orange avenue and out to the

..___lI1WltIIlltIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'" 1 ball park. Do not miss it. -
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