Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00511
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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 18, 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: VID00511
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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MUNITIONSOF I Seattle, Wash., March 17.-War-

Both Say They will Refrain rants for arrests were served this af-

From the Usual Penaltiesof ternoon on William Muller, imperial BY SCORE 5 TO 4BOX

Blockade-'Vill WAR, AND PROPOSES TO consul at Seattle, and M. B. Schultz, BRUTUS GOES TO ASSIST

IMPOSE LIMITATIONOF his ,secretray, charging them with THE DES MOINES NOW -
Not Confiscate conspiracy and attempting to bribe
John Murdock, an employe of the PHILA. AB RIIP0AE
Berlin (wireless to Sayville), March ______ TERRIFIC BOMBARDMENT
Murphy, 2b 421220 -
17.-A message from Athens given LABOR LEADERS PLEDGE SUPPORT Seattle Construction Dry Dock com- MEXICO CITY CONDITIONS BAD Walsh, cf u______ 4 0 1 1 0 0
out by a semi-official news bureau, pany, to furnish them with records McInnis, Ib ____u 5 0 2 13 1 0 IN SEVENTH

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says eleven ships of the AngloFrenchfleet ,and other proof of a big shipbuildingconcern Schang c u_
Thompson, If _ 201000
have been towed to Lemnoa having And Also Promise to Regulate that has been supplying Great Detailed News From Mexican Koff, 3b _____u_u_ 4 1 1 1 3 0 COOMBS U-HCHUT DID TRICKBaron's
been severely damaged by the I __
Crane, ss uu 4 0 0 4 6 1
Excessive Drinking Among Britain with submarines, shipping Tells of Seriousness
Capital -
Dardanelles forts.Washington I Davis, rf ___uu_ 401000
Members of LaborOrganizations knock down parts from Seattle into of Situation Reed, p ____uuu 2 0 1 1 2 0 Second Baseman Led
Harper, p ____ 0 0 0 0 1 1
March 17.-In notes of Canada, thence to the seat of the British ____uu 000000
There McAvoy uu Attack in Seventh With
similar tenor made public by the state government. The Murdock ship- - - -
department today Great Britain and I I he deliver Totals _________33 4 8 24 17 2 Double, Five RunsResulting
clerk to
London, :March 17.-After a confer- ping says agreed Washington, March 17.-Reports of BIRMINGHAM. AB R H PO A E
Farnce make definite assertion to the of representatives of British certain company papers to the impe- __ __
ence the most alarming character which Carroll, Ib u 3 1 1 5 1 2
United States that they have established trades unions, the president of the rial consul for $10,000 cash.U. Hartle, cf __uuu 201310
and are enforcing a blockade of British Board of Trade and Lloyd reached the state department and Hemenway, 3b u_ 3 1 0 2 1 0 In a game featured by brilliant

ports of Germany, but the allied governments George today, the latter declared that S. TIGHTENS WATCH ON SEA navy department today concerning the Sloan McBride, rf, _If____uu_u__ 200000 4 1 1 4 0 1 plays, spectacular fielding and snappy

will "refrain from an en- the British treasury meant to assume SHIPMENTS danger of Americans and other for- Coombs, 2b ____u 412332 headwork the Birmingham Barons

forcement of the usual penalties of control of all works devoted exclu- I I : eigners at Progresso have caused the Ellam, ss ______u 300640 I won from the Philadelphia Athletics
blockade." .The United States Hale, c---------- 310320 at the fair after-
sively to the manufacture of muni- Washington. grounds yesterday
secretary of the navy to send an ad- Hardgrove, p _____ 100000
It is further explained that neutral tions of war, and proposed to imposea government is determined to do everything Johnson, p------- 1 0 0 1 0 1 I noon by the close score of 5 to 4. As
vessels will be subject to seizure only limitation on the profits. I I in its power to invoke the aid ditional ship the Brutus, to that port. the Barons were the champions of

when presumed to be carrying contra- He suggested also summary means of the customs laws in guarding The Des Moines, which is already I Totals _________26 5 5 27 12 6 'I the Southern League last year and

band, and in the words of the French of settling trade disputes without re- 'i against vioations of the neutrality ,there, following instructions, has given Batted for Harper in ninth. ; the Athletics champions of the Amer-
I Two base hits-Coomb Sacrifice
note "the discharged cargo will not sort to strikes or lockouts be adopted. I act. With this end in View, instruc- I asylum to Americans and foreigners hits-Hartle, Reed. Double plays- ican League it is safe to presume that

be confiscated. Strong government action will not ,, tions have been sent to the collectors who wish to come aboard, but the Crane and Murphy; Ellam, Carroll "Our Barons" are as classy an outfit

"Merchandise belonging to neu- be taken, however, he said, without ,.of customs at New York and Boston I''commander of the Des Moines reported and Henenway; Hartle, Ellam and I as ever donned a uniform in the

trals will be held at the disposal of the support of labor leaders. I j j!to check up the documents of any vet that his facilities were inadequate :I Struck Hemenway.out-By Stolen Hardgrove bases-,Murphy.2 United States. This is going a long

its owner or be returned to the portof The latter promised their support i{isel i; applying for clearance, and to I'I and therefore the Brutus was ordered Johnson. 1. Base on balls-Off Reed. ways, but then we're boosting the

departure. In case the owner of and also promised stringent regula- make any investigation that will show 'from Vera Cruz to his assistance. 5; off Hardgrove, 2; off Johnson 1; Barons first, last and all the time.

the goods is a German they will sim- tions against excessive drinking. i|I!that such papers conform to cargoes I II I The only detailed news concerning off Harper, 3. Passed ball-Hale. Foe six innings Mack's champs led
Hit Johnson
ply be sequestrated during the war." and that the conditions at the Mexican capital by pitched ball-By -
i i i I no attempt to violate neu- I Avoy. Time of game-2:05. Umpire the Barons. In the seventh a concentrated -
These notes are an answer to the ['trality laws is being-made. (comes through various legations and -Chestnutt. attack upon the outer works

American representations made to the Brief Bulletins i, The collectors of customs will be !;embassies here, all of which describe I|I resulted in a complete reduction; then

allies recently asking an explanationof I relied upon to handle each situation I conditions as deplorable and apparently DIAMOND SPARKS t the inner works were bombarded and

the methods to be adopted enforcing Ticked Off Wire I I as it arises and be given wide discretion without remedy. the defensive crumbled before the

blockade and pointing out some I as to the course to be followed. I The department is still solicitous (By Richard F. Lnssrer) merciless onslaught of Molie's brigade

provisions of this blockade were par- At Late Hour i I During the visit of Assistant Secretary -I i about the safety of Americans and Orlandoans were regaled yesterday directed by a sizzling two-bagger''

adoxical. i i of the Treasury Peters to New other foreign residents at Manzanillo. afternoon with a thrilling seventh inning from a sixteen inch gun a la bat of*

The American note was made publicby \ GERMAN TORPEDOES- DESTROY i[I York last week, it is understood that t Carranza has again been told of the batting rally which brought in I!one Coombs. Mack's Athletics hung 1\

Secretary Bryan at the same time. TWO MORE BIITISII SHIPS II this question was the subject of* a seriousness'> of affairs at that place. a Baronial victory over the much out the white flag and surrendered.The .

The reply of Great Britain to the recent London, March 17.-Official an- I conference between himself and Collector '- I I Hhe has promised the British em- vaunted Philadelphia Athletics. It fortress was completely demolished '

American note proposing a meth- of Customs Malone, although ;bassy full protection to foreigners. was "a snappily played game and the and all efforts towards a rally*
nouncement made that the
od of agreement between Great Brit- was( today I I Mr. Peters will say nothing about it. fans and fannets thoroughly enjoyedthe in the next inning failed, the game re- i
British steamer .Atlanta and '
ain and Germany for passing neutral had been I. EVACUATION DAY OBSERVED affair despite the raw wind that suiting in a score of 5 to 4. AIn

ships at sea through the war zone, tropedoed. PRESIDENT SELLS HIS BALE OF I cut through the grand stand and the the first :Murphy got a base on *

and a suggestion that Great Britain COTTON AND GIVES PROCEEDS Boston March 17. The anniver- automobiles. Sloan in
parked an error by right garden.
permit the shipment of foodstuffs I .
to TO CHARITY sary of the evacuation of Boston by I Walsh was out to Sloan but McInnis II
German civilians in return for an j the British was celebrated here today. Crane, a recruit shortstop for the whaled the horsehide and :Murphy A
abandonment' of mine and submarine Charleston, W. Va.-The National Washington, D. C.-President Wil- f'The exercises centered in South Bos- Athletics, played hayoc with the Barons scored with the first run. In the A.

warfare by Germany was also made son today sold a bale of cotton and I ton, where Washington rendered the t in the early innings. This youngster fourth frame Schang was safe on an
Guard of West Virginia will consistof
public.As sent the proceeds to charity in Okla- English positions untenable in 1776. ( knocked them down in a facile error by Carrol, advancing on an er
already has been announced in only one man after June 30, un- homa. I The feature was a military parade. j manner and his throws to first were ror by Hardgrove., Thompson was
steps are taken to borrow for its
the newspapers the British reply wasa i i always accurate. In the third inning out second to first, but Kopf hit, scor-

complete rejection of the proposal. support. I he retired the Barons with two as- ing Schang. Kopf scored when Davis

Germany's had been conciliatory published, and reply Secre-already OLDFIELD WINS GRAND PRIX II 25 YEARS AGO YESTERDAYIT TRIO OF PROMINENT MEN sists the and game a put-out.Crane In was fact very throughout muchon got phy a singled clean ,single.Walsh In struck the fifth out,Mur-Mc- ..;

Los Angeles, Cal., March 17.Barney
tary Bryan also gave out the text of the job. Innis singled, scoring Murphy. Score
the American note on this subject. Oldfield won the 301 mile Grand WAS COLD IN ORLANDOSTATE . Athletics 4, Barons 0.
Prix automobile race here today.
Although Crane pulled off some Then came the bombardment of the
Time, 4 hours 24 minutes 9 seconds.
Success in Champagne Region scintillating plays in the shortfield he :Mack-a Dardanelles, as related above,
Average of 67 miles per hour. Of OLD TIMER TELLS SOME IN- SEN. BLITCH WAS IN I
: London March 17.-Tonight's offi- nineteen to start but did not outshine "Speed" Ellam, the and as far as the game was concernedit
seven fin-
cial communication issued from Paris ished. TERESTING ORLANDO CITY AND TALKED POLITICS 1 stellar shortstop of the Barons. The was put on ice good and proper. A

says the success sustained in the WEATHER SECRETSOn BRIEFLYJ. sorrel topped enjoyed a good day and The Athletics made two brilliant dou-

Champagne district has been con- STAMROCK AND several ambitious Athletics died at ble.plays, and the Barons not to be '
firmed. the second station because Ellam was outdone, did the same. Crane, for the *. J
PRESIDENT WILSOVS ST. St. Patrick's Day, 1890, the B. Epperson and L. C. Hester, .
The Germans have not succeeded in on the receiving end of a lightning Athletics who hails from New Eng-
PATRICK DAY ATTIRE I Thermometer Dropped to of Williston, Were Also
retaking any ground captured from throw by George Hale. land, starred for the Mackmen at
Washington.-President Wilson I 32 Coldest Visitors in Orlando
ap- Degrees of
them. S sIt shortstop, making several spectacular
peared at the executive offices today That Winter I I Yesterday was the second team of the Ath- plays. Crane can field but is short on ."
wearing a sprig of shamrock atid a
I letics that appeared at ExpositionPark the hitting. Unless he improves Mack
Land Sea and Air Forces Battling necktie.
green shamrock
was Yesterday while meandering alongone Orlando received a visit yesterday but several of Connie Mack's will tie a can to him.

Rotterdam Hard I presented to him by Miss Sue Marion, of the city's thoroughfares a Sen- from several of ,the state's prominent stars were along. "Stuffy" 'Mclnnis, In spots the fielding of both teams
March 17.-The of Jersey
scene City, N. J.
of most of the active warfare has I tinel news gatherer met one of the citizens. They were State SenatorJ. Fally Schang, Eddie Murphy, Walsh, was weak, but the offensive of the I

been transferred from the LaBasseeand "oldtimers" of this section, and the S. Blitch, of Montbrook, Pasco Shawkey, Thompson, Kopf, and Mc- Barons as displayed in the seventh

Santeloi districts to the extreme UNIVERSITY MINSTRELS SHOW county, and a son of Hon. N.A.Blitch, Avoy are regulars, and the only yan- showed the subtle strength of the Alabama :

TO GOOD HOUSE conversation immediately turned to railroad commissioner. J. B. Ep- nigans were Crane, Read and Harper boys. Johnson replaced Hard-
western end of the battle line. I
the all-absorbing question in Orlando, person, president of the Citizens i i The veteran of veterans Harry Davis, grove in the sixth and stuck to the
Along the Yser front the allies The University of Florida Greater
are at present the weather. Bank, Williston, and Mr. L. C. Hester, (appeared in the Athletic's line-up for ship until the last. Harper replaced
attacking and the Belgian army is Minstrels played last night at the Reed in the fateful seventh and
: Our friend, for such he is, dislikesto president of the Williston Manufacturing -'the first time this season and secured
Orlando house proved ineffective. Neither team
making continued progress among the opera to a very good
dunes. I i i audience, and every one was greatly see his name in print, except when company. They were making !!one safe knock. Davis is manager could steal second. As the Mack's ,.
1 he takes occasional jaunts to Jackson- I a trip through South Florida in their !of the second team. dreadnaught was blowing up in the
A war ship off the coast is still inaction I'! pleased with the performance put
up seventh the of Florida
ville or Tampa, to see his relatives, large touring car and left here for I University
shelling the German positionnear by the college boys. We wish the minstrels entered the grounds and
Westende. i boys, ; of our state institution the best ,consequently we are compelled to omit I(Winter Garden. i Read, who pitched such brilliant added music to the slaughter.A .
I I it. Senator Blitch, who is very much i ball for the first six innings for the large crowd witnessed the game
They have widened of fortune on this the second annual
a strip already I "Do you know that I have met interested in public affairs, paid the ,Athletics, is a graduate of the sandlots estimated to be close to 2,000. It wasa
made tour of their minstrel show.
untenable for the Any who
cold for
enemy by a baseball but it was
many people today, who tell me that i Sentinel an appreciated visit, and
of Philadelphia. He lost control
terrific concentrated bombardment. attend their performance may feel I 'I the best game ever staged in Orlando.
The of they never saw it as cold in this section :while he refused to discuss politics, on in the seventh and on three hits and Connie Mack failed to show up, and .
struggle is being waged simul- : sure a most pleasant evening's en- '
of Florida as the present cool account of the short time he had left several passed the Barons scored five so did Lajoie.
taneously on land and sea and in the tertainment.
air. | snap which we are now experiencing? : to make his appointments, before II runs and won the game. 3
I Let me tell you," said Mr. D., "that it leaving, though, he acquainted us with WEST DECLINES APPOINTMENTTO

PRESBYTERIANS DEMAND AT I was just twenty-five years ago todaySt. the fact that he would favor the bill \i Although a very sharp wind blew BENCH VACANCY

London.-Five firemen of the American LEAST $1.000 A YEAR FOR Patrick's day-that it was making education compulsory, and j(across the field and interfered seri- -

Line steamship New York, which THEIR MINISTERS I twelve degrees colder than it is now. eliminating the "grandfather" clause |I ously with the play the game was Tallahassee, Fla., March 17.-In .

arrived at Liverpool yesterday, were Pittsburgh Pa.-The Allegheny The thermometer registered forty- in the state constitution, when the j the best so far this season at Exposi- spite of the splendid endorsements
taken from the ship todal, charged of the United which he has received since the
Presbytery Presybterian four degrees this morning, on the 17th solons meet in Tallahassee next tion Park. The players of both teams resig-

with making false declarations. The church at a meeting here ;yesterday day of April, 1890, it went as low as month. were keyed up to a high pitch and nation of Judge Emmett Wolfe from
men were described as Austrians and adopted resolution the bench of the first judicial circuit,
a providingthat thirty-two. Up to that date, that j I were in the game all the time.
Germans and were sent to prison for every pastor of that denomination winter, the lowest recorded was fifty. ',I THE WEATHER which embraces the counties of Es-

six months. A sixth fireman, who in- in this country must be paid at Not a drop of rain fell from October Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri- Our stationery assortment is strict- cambia, Santa Rosa and Walton, At-

sisted that he was an American, was least $1,000 a year and be provideda fourth, 1889, until the fourth day of day, except rain Friday in northwest ly up to date. All qualities, all col-torney General West will not accept

e t remanded for a further hearing. parsonage. March, 1890." portion. ors. Curtis Ii: O'Neal, Orange Ave. I the office.
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HOTELSTHE | PEK5IANEXT: TO ROAD FLORIDA FROM CHICAGO PinecastleItems .'.. . . . .. . .111:111111111111111.111.1..1.--..."..". ,

Chattanooga, Tenn.-Every letter Mrs. L. Hodges, of Orlando, was i Wanted to Buy i
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner received by, Dixie highway headquar- the guest last week of her sister Mrs.
ters in this city indicates a full realization : O. A. Goodwill.

and Church Streets of the importance of the proposed i Miss Dorothy Rusk, of Charleston, Iron Black
Excellent Hot cold Eye, Whippoorwill Clay and
Splendid service, toonis. and water. One of the best \V. ,
connected, permanent road from Va., who is stopping in Orlandofor
oaks in the s ate. Rates $7.oO per week and up. bi: >ecial rates to parties Unknown Cow Peas.FOR
wishing table board. Chicago to Florida through Illinois, the season, was the guest of rela- .

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and tives here last week.
Georgia. Mrs. Henry Witte and three chil-
There is little doubt in the mindsof dren, of Sanford, were visitors over

. those arranging the governors Sunday at .the home of her cousins
Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
conference and convention for April 3 Mr. and Mrs.. \ 'm. \\ gman. Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent

Orlando Florida Pocono Manor\ Pa that the meeting will prove one of the Mr. F. Yealwood, of Knoxville, Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
largest ever held in the South in the Tenn., is visiting at the home of Mr.J. and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.

J. W. HURLEY interest of good roads. It is assured C. Stinespring.
that most of the governors of the Friday, March 26, there will be an
Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh I j
MANAGER states named will be on hand in per- entertainment in the auditorium of ,

son pursuant to the call of Governor the school for the benefit of the piano.
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--- ---- -- Ralston of Indiana and that if one or The program will be miscellaneousand

TOURISTS ATTENTION! two are detained by official business is under the direction of Miss
they will be represented by some other Frances :May, the principal of this Store
City Drug
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando high state official. schol. It is hoped our people will turn

Prepared by our New York Cook Railroads of the South are alive to out in full force and help to make a

the importance of the meeting. Application good payment on the piano. ; ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA ; ;

100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 has been made for a reduced
rate for this occasion and it is ex- GERMANY TO LEASE CAPTIVESTO 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"

pected that in a few days authoritative FARMERS
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water announcement can be made of an

exceedingly attractive rate for the Berlin.-The Prussian ministry for
EMPIRE HOTEL round trip between all points south of war has issued regulations concerningthe \\ji1. AN ADDED JOY

the Ohio river and this city. employment of prisoners of war

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms as agricultural laborers. It prefers r = To the letters you re-
DESOTO COUNTY STRONG ON that the prisoners shall be hired out
BEEF CATTLE in squads of from eighty to a hun- ceive if they are writtenon

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round dred men, but is willing, in special stationery that is of
DeSoto county ships annually to circumstances, to permit squads of
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite local and foreign markets, 10,000 head ten men to be hired. fine quality and correct

.. v 1'- '\ of beef cattle. These shipments go to The farmers employing the men shape.
,- )' .. Tampa, Key West and Cuba. Thereare have to provide food,and shelter for
=: more cattle raised and' shipped the prisoners, and to bear all the cdst HIGHLAND LINEN

from this county than from .any other of guarding them. If the prisonerswork Sfills
, 'three counties in the state. The cattle in the vicinity of a regular pris- every requirementof
lit are all fattened on the ranges-no oners' camp, the employers must pay the most exacting
tt jennig and fattening-practically the the military authorities cents a day
e gross receipts represent net profit. for lodging and guards. If the pris- customer because it is

This is one of the largest industriesin oners are removed some distance from "CRANE"

the state. Open range practically the camp the employer must pay their )\ quality.

unlimited, a minimum cost, no hard railroad fare. IIIIII1TI
W. S. Branch
, winters, the cattle come off of the
l11lllmmrnI 1
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. herd of good cattle for raising dairy
stock and for producing
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products -- - -- -- ----- --
f First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos'' for the local markets, using the Mr. Thompson, who is president of
waste for calves and hogs and fertil- the Thompson-Carroll Company, of .
in Building in Connections COMPARE THESE VALUES WITH OTHERS.For
izer for general farming crops and Cleveland, Ohio, is credited with this

Orlando. Fh. groves, will be found to be a very terse definition of advertising: "Advertising Protein II Horse per cent.and Mules Carbohydrates Carbohydrates 46 per cent.

profitable enterprise. No trouble to : is telling people what you Fat 6.55" Fibre II "
produce all the necessary feed.-Florida have that they want in such a way At sl.75 per sack
Grower. that they come to you for it." Thompson For Milch Cows
goes further and explains that Protein 19.2 per cent. Carbohydrates 45.5 percent.
Fat 6.55 pcr eent. Fibre 12 per cent
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND FOLDING BED AND TENT FOR advertising often gives people what At ;$1.75 per sack.
1 they need, but did not realize it until
MOTORISTSAt I We will have a shipment of Hay Monday. Send us your address
,it was advertised. lie says that aside and we will be pleased to mail you a price card.

{ last something that automobilists r from "paying" that advertising facilitates THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGE
many -
SHEET CO. i business and
METAL have sought has been invented promotes the W. L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
health and of
happiness lie
, which will add to the pleasureof people.
-- points to the automobile of
: those on tours of the country. This as one the 'I ___ _ __ ____
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos is bed and best "examples" of what advertising
a folding tent, can
can do.VISIT.

and Rubber Roofings L. the carried luxury in of any all machine.who wish to It make addsto JONES GOES JUST THE SAME

'rips and stay in hte open at night. TilE ALTAMONTE HOTEL

1 Cornices, Sk>'lights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings You do not have to depend on some BEFORE yOU LEAVE

inconvenient boarding house for aplace i Auto out to Altamonte Springs,
t to rest. Drive into the coun- nine miles, and see the beauty spot
; Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO try, select the spot where you wishto I of.all Florida, and get the best din- My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
ner served in interior Florida at the
camp and in a few minutes you can Altamonte HoteL Orchestra and ev- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

have your tent and bed ready for use. I I I ery amusement. Geo. E. Bates & same time it has.
i Thomas Nesom, of Indianapolis, i is Son, proprietors. 3-17-6tc always

the inventor of the folding bed and I New want ads. in today's paper. 1 TIME TABLE

, The Orlando Meat MarketT. tent.One does not have to set poles or i, Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
drive tent stakes to prepare his "Ne It Is Time
som sleeping nook," and once it is
A. YANCY, Manager set he is from the WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
up protected dampness -
, To Plant Vines Read Down Read Up
of the ground because on a tri-

i. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice pod which goes with the tent his bed I A. I.A.l\1.I, P. 1\1. I IA.1\1. P. l\LP.I 1\1.

Florida and Western Meats is suspended two feet above the Bignonia I
ground and the tent shelter keeps dew Orlando 6:3olo.I5;; 3:00 I 9.30 1.30 6.00
; Game Etc. and rain from disturbing rest.- Vinesta Ocoee I
Oysters, Fish, 1'oultrVegetables, 730111.15 4:00: 8.3C 12.39 5.00

Indianapolis Star. BougainvilleaPalms Winter Garden I 7:45''II:3c 4 30'' 8.15 12.15 4.45
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders Oakland .
8:00---: 4:30 ; 8.00-- 4.30
PHONES t Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 ATTACH
(Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. r MIIMIi . '. " " iMIMMMMMMIIHREAL

Peking.The Chinese governmenthas
lodged a protest with the German DELLGARDEN
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legation concerning the activities of ESTATE

/ \.Ve sell only Capt. Rabe von Pappenheim German

Pure military attache at Peking, and has I
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ordered, his arrest.
Drutisy At the Russian legation it was said
.: Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
(/ today that Capt. von Pappenheim,
/ who went to Manchuria some time We bin d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.

ago ostensibly on a hunting expedi .If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
in reality was endeavoring to
F incite the natives to cut the Jrans- A Bargain and talk your wishes over with us.

Siberian railway.A t

Peking dispatch on Friday said The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
rr that Capt. von Pappenheim had set
out for Manchuria in company with ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

eight Germans who escaped from
I Tsingtau after its capture by the Jap- million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

anese. The party, it was said, was Lot overlooking LakeI two
I years.
equipped with twenty camels and a I

{ ; i i large supply of explosives and was I Lucerne, $1.600. Must We are well posted on the values of all classes and
I endeavoring to blow up tunnels along
I Russia's Trans-Siberian railway. be seen to be appreci kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

i For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- ated. Call bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

ing go to Robinson's. 33tfIS
Estate Bargains.

Omer Doran, who went to Florida

several weeks ago in the hope of regaining I:
r You want to be SURE your: prescriptions will be filled right. CARLREAL DANN
his health is no better ac- WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.
Then bring them to us and they: will be filled accurately with only the cording to news brought by a post i
l best quality compounds of tested strength and purity.
card from Orlando to Court Bailiff
Life is too precious to carelessness in drug store will
permit a ; we not
allow: it.You. George Tolen, which he received yesterdya. ESTATE F D. WARING, Manager
Omer's many friends
can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. '
\Ve have been filling them in Orlando for 20 jears.MERCK'S learn that he is not improving and Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
wish him a speedy recovery.Shelby I
: PHARMACYTHE ville (Ind.) Democrat.

REXALL STORE Get the news in the Sentinel first. .. I" .11 . . . I" . . . . . . I a' I 1 T I' . . ,


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cwt Door on Orange Avenue,we will give a ticket which will entitle you to the I
Opportunity of drawing the premium which \>e will give away free at 10
,I o'clock. Person holding ticket must be in the Store at that time if not another I
number will be chosen. Wednesday, $5.00 Silk Parasol; Thursday,
$5.00: Bed Spread; Friday, Silk Petticoat; Saturday, Largest Ham in Store. ,


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

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, -9.o'clock

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

ents With Hundreds to every be dollar given of Dollars purchase away in absolutely Beautiful you PresRO.Of GARDEN{ THEATRE{ [ TONIGHT Coat's Spool Cotton, Challenge Sale

ticket, and the one holding the Price --------------___________4c
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 I patterns, lOc.
Universal I
Topical quality, Challenge Sale Price _____5c


GINGHAMS Fancy Crepes, all new and fresh.
Beautiful line of patterns to choose from. beautiful line to select from,
Victor Drama. Rosemary Theby ..
Harry Meyers
Sale ,
12 l-2c. quality Challenge price 23c. quality, Challenge)J Sale J
1-2 3 Reels I Price ___12'/2c!
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Bleached Muslin, full"ard wide,
See Our Big Four Page
free from dressing, Challenge)) .
Circular for Special Sale Price __________5c
Admission Free U n t.I"6.30 p.m. Nhts..5 c. and 1 Oc.


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f DAILY EN.:; ciR IS GETTING 1 Editor The Sentinel: --- I claims) ;protect the little nations- -,

IT HARD FROM EDITORS. 'I No wonder that the New York pa- I am always ready to prove beyonda
South Florida SentinelMORNING ,
I There are about 150 newspapers in pers are with body and soul in favorof doubt ally statement made in anyone I

AND WEEKLYW. Florida and with the exception of the allies, especially England, and of my communications.
M. GLENN .......... ...Edit.r
three four have all inon
W. C. ESSIXGTON ......ass. !t.cn or they joined I nf ver have given Germany and Aus- HENRY BENEDICT.
---- --------- rapping Senator Fletcher. Here is show
i. I tria-Hungary any to report factsof
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida what few have
a to say: their successes, which certainly can
i a* Second ClaN Mail Matter. : .
No public man who is honest need not be doubted, as they are still hold
f SUBSCRIPTION RATES lear the freedom of the It is I all of ,
Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.00 only those who have something press. to ing nearly Belgium, and one-
t Daily. 6 Months ..........eo.......... 2-50 fifth of France, and in spite of all the
Daily. S Months ...................... L25 hide need fear it.-Fort Lauderdale : and victories F FOR SALEA
Daily. 1 Month ...... ........... .*0Weekly. Sentinel. efforts many claimed by
t allies still
fight the
E \ 1 Year ........_.............. 11.00 Senator Fletcher is surely hot after the they on terri-
the free What is better neededis tories of their antagonists
ADVANCETO the gagging of senators who are always If the American public will only imagine Before Long
grand-stand performers.-
I' ADVERTISERS: that the New York Herald is
What meanness has Senator Fletcher owned in Paris; that the New York
and all .th r hand-Mi the free
c.py for display been doing that he wants
advertUinr must be hand in at the .....- press of the country muzzled? No Times, it seems, in London; and the
office the. day.f before the Sentinel publication.not later This than male 2 applies p. m. upright man need fear the free press, World and the Globe are edited by The thoughts uppermost in a woman'smind
f' to chances for contract adnrtbinc: it iahI.ari.b.e the preacher or the devil.-Punta natives of Scotland; 'the New York two-story will be "what to wear" for summer.To .
and will be strictly adhered to.i Gorda Herald. modern
Tribune by a son of Whitehall Reid, room the of planning for a
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued The honorable senator .should ever some prospects
: whose sister is the wife of the extra and dwell-
i should notify the oiT.ce in writing onthe I unique
bear in mind that the press desires to Dress, a Costume or a Dainty Lingerie
of otherwise it will be "
date expiration to his "Britannic Majesty.
1 continued at the regular. subscription rates. elevate rather than degrade-to praise equerry ing with double
of magnitude
I is
until notice to stop is received. rather than to censure-to build up John Hubbard, the owner of the New Gown a proposition
Telephone Nomb r .x.................... J. rather than tear down. Only those York American, owns important news- r sleeping porches, that even the "thoughts" of what to wear

f THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1913. who have intentionally blundered untimely or committedsome act need paper property in London. Our most If modern garage and stimulates the nervous s'stem.

fear the caustic criticism of the penetrating enlightened secretary of state has a butlers
penciL-Palm Beach Post. son-in-law as a captain in the English quarters,

It hog.That groundhog was certainly some We are exceedingly sorry that Senator army. One of the members of Presi- very pretty l location Let Us Act- 1

Fletcher did not see the hand- dent Wilson's cabinet is a native of overlooking Lake
o writing on the wall in time, becauseif Great Britain. And as the ramifica-
Keep your money at home-buy in he did say what he is reported to Eola. $4500.00vill I
Orlando. have said he has sounded his political tions of pro-English influence extendto As the family physician by way of a
death knell.-Apopka News. all our political system. I excuse buy this if taken
o formulas are not excerpts
change our
The Palm Beach Post cries out in John Hubbard, the owner of the New I ,
Winter is certainly lingering in the now, it is a bargain. Pharmacopeiaof
fl agony, "Would Senator Fletcher bri- York American, for taking the standhe taken from the recognized
lap of spring., dle the press?" To which we reply does, as he has important news- the medical world, but from the STYLO-
0 that he certainly would if possible
Spring styles on autos are the same Not only bridle it but saddle it and paper properties in London, as if he COPEIA (our own word) of human na- I
as last season. ride into office on it as he has always wouldn't take that stand, he would ture and Fashions Latest Fancies.
done heretofore. Only since his speechin share the same fate that eight thou-
0 New York he will be apt to find sanl Austrians and Germans in Franceas
The real Florida brand is just some cockle burrs under his saddle.- their property has been confiscatedfor i OUR STORE IS THE CENTRALIZATION
around the corner. Sanford Herald. S s. G. Dative & Son
--0---- Seems to us that even his political the simple reason that they bear < POINT FOR THE LATEST IN NEW

Beware of letting your hopes be- enemies among the publishers of Florida German names, as the lave has not SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
gave him a square deal in the recent been strong enough to rob them of
come expectations. campaign.-Zolfo Springs Truth. REAL ESTATENo.
their possessions, a new law has been
o Senator Duncan U. Fletcher will
passed to make this highhanded rob- 3 WEST PINE STREET Gathered together from all centers of
Winter is now as far gone as sum- have some explaining before he succeeds -
mer is in the last of July. in muzzling the Florida press. bery legal, and the same actions have the textile world, here you will find under
The boys are right smart riled up. i been taken in London, the capital of a Second Floor
"choice of the
--- one roof, absolutely the very
Some of them are removing the sena- nation which claims
One of the best places that we knowof tor's epidermis already. Whey they course, only choicest," and arranged in such a manner
crot it all off and Vi.*crin tf\ rub in the --
to get from now is Constan- -" '''
away salt the honorable gentleman; will: 0r- that to select materials for a garment is

tinople. probably, reiterate his desire to muzzle a decided pleasure, a pleasure that carries
o : the obstreperous press.-Suwanee
with it happy thoughts of a decision
Pessimists are now saying that we Democrat.It many
will have a frost in July for each is to be hoped that the numberof to renew our acquaintance in the near fu-
rain in March. friends of Senator Fetcher may note ,
> reckoned by the number of Florida ture.
0-- newspapers that have seen fit to com-
Gambling with money is like juggling ment favorably upon his attitude to-
for your health. Sooner or wadr the press of the republic.Arcadia -

later you get a raw deal. News. Do You Realize \VE E3IPHASIZE-
o The next time he sticks his head up Our values; which are rarely, if ever
for office he will have reason for
There has been no lull in businessin wanting to kill a score or more of ed- equalled at the END of the season.
Orlando, and the near approach of itors.-Florida Advocate.
Easter has stimulated trade. Probably Senator Fletcher wishes Your Insurance Contract Sometimes 'VE PARTICULARIZE-
I he had not said so much about the
g press.-Clearwater Sun. Saves You From Bankruptcy ?
The legislature that is not called o i

upon to consider a freak bill or two SHAME: ON YOU,

wins fame of an unusual kind. BR'ER POWELL. I I THEREFORE WAFFLE CLOTHS

o Yesterday Pavlowa danced to a I OTTOMAN WEAVES 1

The busy bee not only improveseach $3,000 house at St. Petersburg in the It stands to reason that it should be cor- TUSSAH CREPESMARQUISETTES
shining hour but works inside
afternoon and a $3,500 house at Tam-
the hive when it is too wet outside. pa in the evening. Chautauquas at rectly drawn so that you can realize on SILK ORGANDIES

The big potatoes o get to the top of Tampa raise $3,000 and with St. Petersburg two weeks of couldn't"cul I: it when you have a fire. It is as necessary DRESDEN FLOWERED VOILES VOILES

the heap, but they wouldn't be thereif ture" entertainment when the popu- I as the examination of the title to your POMPADOUR RICE CLOTHS

it wasn't for the little fellows at lace was sandbagged into buying tick- FLOWERED AND CHENE
the bottom. property. : LAWNSRIPPLE
ets and the newspapers gave up a
V thousand dollars worth of space free
St. Patrick's day in the morning of charge for the "good of the cause." For Rates and other Information Call I LEND HANDKERCHIEF

passed yesterday, but the green postcards Culture may be all right, but a display -I I on or Phone LAWNS
are still coming and going. So of legs properly geared to sen- NEW ENGLAND ORGANDIES
are the ties.Before I LACE GRENADINES
suous music will draw the money every -
o time.-Clearwater Sun. SHADOW DIMITJES
you start North make arrangements o SWISS EMBROIDERED

to have the Sentinel keep WHAT THE NEXT VOILES .

you posted on the happenings in Orange SPEAKER SAYS.

county. The next speaker of the Florida I S. Y. WAY
o house of representatives, in conversa- ,
C The old-fashioned who used to I ..
girl tion with a friend, says: "I am of ai
be shocked at a cuss word now has a favorable to the i
course proposed of from
In a full range prices ranging
daughter who could give correspondence measure for the protection of the Insurance and Real Estate Agent 121hc. to $1.50 a yard.
lessons in the art.o fruit industry of the state." Good

- for him.-Florida Grower. SPECIALS FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY
A woman goes to an expert dress- I PHONE 172THORNTON WEDNESDAY

maker when she wants a good fit. DoctorsBuckiiiaster

Her husband just throws one when I WINDSOR AND PLISSE CREPES

the bill for the dress comes home. & Bnindasje 25 pieces of all this season's designs and

o colorings, a charming fabric for Kimonas,
Wake up-stop whining and warm OSTEOPATHS '
Tea Gowns etc. Regularly sold at 25c. a
yourself in the glow of what is- Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,

that's far better than shivering in at Kirksville, Mo. yard,

the misery of what might have been. 132 National S. Orange Bank.Ave..Phone above 578.Peoples -I Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 17%c.

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good people out of bad I 15 pieces of Dainty Designs, all 1915
people, and saints out of sinners,"
patterns, on white and colored grounds.
says an Illinois Solomon. True enough,
but there are few of us on the job. Regular 25c. values.

o PARKis Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 19c.

Very frequently you hear some one
sigh for the "good old times. For
milleniums people have been sighingfor 25 pieces of Fancy Stripes on White

the "good old times." The earliest but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new playground i Grounds, two and three toned stripe com-

records of Egypt in manuscript form
that have come down to us tell the of the city.

story of that kind of sighing. Why Regular 25c. and 30c. values.

not quit sighing and get busy with a Water lights sidewalks fine shade trees. Choice Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, 21c.
smile-the smile of one fully awaketo :

live the is the fact life that of the today-not life we have the life to lots now selling at low prices and special inducements j t

of years and centuries o that are gone. offered to those who build this season.

The big task of making a city big- .
ger and better requires team work- Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or : DICKSONYES( CO.

its citizens must pull together. To
stand still is to retreat. Orlando must your .

expand industriously, socially, commercially -
but the expansion will be

just the in proportion citizens. A to moment's the team workof or ayear's ...OEP ART MEN 1 I STORE...

consideration brings the unes- *

capable conclusion that your interest & THORNTON ORLA."DO.S FAVORITE S IOPPG PLACE I
and your city's interest are identical-
service of
The Store of true never-failing cour-
this is just as true as the fact that
tesy, of fair dealing, oft .worthy mer-
two and two make four. Are you a I
chandise, at right prices
hummer or a howler? Are you a Proprietors
member of the Board of Trade? If ORLANDO FLORIDA

not, why not?
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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR ing game of "five hundred" while the I ------------ -- --- -- ----- 0
time away. Mrs. J. Ferris made the
March 18th20th. highest score for the ladies, while Mr.
\Vm. House won the laurels for the ANNETTE KELLERMAN"THE
Thursday gentlemen. At the close of the game .
Rosalind Club afternoon. refreshments of block ice cream,
Bridge party; Mrs. Sinclair and cakes and coffee were served.
Miss Peck, honorees; Mrs. Straley, PERFECT WOMAN" 8 4s

"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Lake, AND MUSICALE.The .
hostess. public in general and Presbyte- lathe Spectacular Pictorial Triumph
Annual banquet, Saturday Auction rians and tourists in particular are invited
Bridge Club at the San Juan hotel. to the supper and musicale to
Country Club dance. be given at the Presbyterian church U
Friday parlors this evening. The ladies will NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTERThe o
Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs.S. have a nice supper and hot coffee 0
E. Ives,Jr., hostess. ready at 6:30 and gentlemen are invited AN OPEN FACE WATCH
Meeting of U. D. C.; Mrs. D. C. to come at once after the clos- Ill fl
Thompson, hostess. ing of business. After the supper Picture that has set the Motion Picture World Afire. is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through
Nullos Club; llrs.Ierte McElroy, has ben served there will be a short never mistepresenting, and selling at a moderate price we have established -
hostess. but bright musical and literary pro- a clientele which we prize more than any one tiling. Let
Saturday gram. Admission free with a small Guaranteed to be the Greatest Motion Picture ever broughtto li us show you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds bracelets: etc.
Auction Club for
Saturday Bridge ; charge
Mrs. Davis hostess. supper.0- this city.
Entre Nous Club; Miss Miriam A most enjoyable time was indulgedin ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Fudge, hostess. by old and young at the old fash- ,
-.().- ioned dance at Russell's Point last THE N. Y. STAR SAYS: "The most brilliantly effective lb.

BRIDGE ATROSALIND week, and the management has decided U- O LI_ IIT1OUR d]
CLUB. that the tourists and their Screen Production ever projected in this country or in Europe.
The committee of the Rosalind Club friends shall have another good time
announce a bridge party at the rooms before they return to their northern SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES FOR BOTH DAYS
this afternoon, beginning at 3:30 homes. On Friday evening, March
o'clock. 19th, another old fashioned dance will
Matinee Starts at 3 o'clock
be sharp PAINTS ARE
--0- given at Russell's Point, Lake MIXED
MRS. BATEMAN Ivanhoe, to which everybody is in-
RETURNS TO N. Y. vited. First Evening Performance7 o'clock sharp with only pure white lead and Pure

Mrs. W. S. Bateman, who has been linseed oil as a base. There are

visiting: her mother", Mrs. J. O. Neill, DEATH OF :MRS.SELIZA: SMITH Second Evening Performance -_______9 o'clock sharp G cheapening substitutes, but not inC
at "Heat Cottage, on West street, the
o paints we sell. And let tell
left yesterday for New York, where 15
she will be met by Mr. Bateman and Mrs. Eliza Smith died 'early yes- cents 25 cents you it pays to buy such paints just as
daughter, Miss Dorothy, and son, William It pays to buy the best butter or
terday morning at the home of her
Sidney Jr. The party will then freshest eggs.Orlando .
return to Miami, where they will be son, W. P. Smith, 106 Hill street. The MMMMMMMMMMMFAVORTE It & VUITE
the guests of Mr. Theodore Davis I deceased was 79 years old.

Bolles, on his houseboat, for a cruisein She was born in Savannah, Ga., October LucerneTODAY N Paint & Wall Paper Co
southern waters. They will
stop THEATRE ii
11, 1836. The surviving members I
over in Orlando on their way north / 205 S. Avenue
from the Magic City for another visit. of the family are Mrs.: J. Z. Win- i I
Open 2
p. m., and 6:30
--0-- derly, Lyons, Ga.; Mrs. T. T. Smith, j p. m. COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261.
SANS SOUCI CLUB Bartow Mr. W. P. Smith j
ENTERTAINED.The ; Orlando; Admission 5 Cents

Sans Souci Club met yesterdaywith and Annie K. Smith, a daughter, who The Greatest Vaudeville At- I i

Mrs. O. S. Robinson, a charming was with her mother when death j traction ever offered the ..MMMMMMMMMMMMtTODArS
hostess, at her home on Lake street. came. The deceased has made her I
Miss Cynthia McKee made the high- People of Orlando PROGRAMRex.
est score and Mrs. James Burden the home in Lyons, Ga., where the re-I "CATES"SAXOPHONIC "A Law Unto Herself." In WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
lowest score. The next meeting will mains will be taken for interment. two parts, with Rupert Julian and
be with Miss Annie Galey. m I The body was prepared for ship- SYMPHONIC Elsie Jane Wilson. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
-.().- ment by Undertaker Hand, and was BANDGuaranteed Sterling. Ford Sterling in "Hyp- Something new Something New I
CHARMING ST. PATRICK'S notic Power." Try it. Ask Abovr.. _
DAY PARTY.A !taken to Georgia last night, accom- to be the World's Five cents to all. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
delightful St. Patrick's day party :.panied by Mrs. Smith, of Bartown, Greatest and most Meritorious three or more
was held at Duke Hall last evening, and her sister, Miss Annie Smith The Musical Attraction. I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
thirty-six guests being present. Cards |I son, Mr. W. P. Smith, accompanied PROMINENT CANADIAN JURIST COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
were indulged in, there being seven AND WIFE IN ORLANDOMr. POTATO SALADJ.
tables. Nearly all of the guests were i the remains as far as Jacksonville.

in costume. The decorations were in "COLLEGE DAYS"A R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
with the of the .
spirit day.0
harmony I BIG CHALLENGE SALE AT YOW- L. G. Crooks, of the high court I 26 Bakery
-- K.. B. Special Feature completein
UNITY CIRCLE ELL-DUCKWORTH DEPARTMENT of justice, Toronto, Canada, is on a
MEETING. STORE two parts. f business trip to Tampa. He is accom- -.
Capt. Yerian of the Salvation Army I II I panied by Mrs. Crooks and will spend I I H
addressed a fairly large audience at
Unity Chapel yesterday and $15 was The great Challenge Sale at the I some time with their parents, Mr.

collected to aid in the Salvation Army Yowell-Duckworth department store "WHICHVOULD YOU and Mrs. Thos. Crooks, at their win-II Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

work which was greatly appreciatedby which started yesterday is proving RATHER BE ?" ter home, 404 East Central avenue.
Mrs. Yerian, whose talk on rescue f' .
successful and all
,. work was highly interesting. Unity day yesterday the A Beauty Comedy.
Circle will meet next Wednesday. A I -
program has not been announced. i- 1

--0-- ous bargains. Extra employes have
been taken for
DANCE.A on the sale and indica- .
Country Club dance will be held tions are that additional clerical force FEATURE j j

tonight at the club house and a large will prove necessary. There are many
attendance is Mrs. Seth 1886
rare opportunities for the who 1.
person .
Woodruff, Messrs. DeWitt Miller and
Wm. Beardall are members of the wishes one dollar to do the work of THIS MONSTER SHOW FO1. 1
house. committee for this year. :five. Read the advertisement in to- '


Bow-Knot Club will meet with
Mrs. E. P. Monroe Lucerne Circle
on "TilE RIGHT
next Friday. From now on until the INSURANCE LOANS ;
end of the present season the club DR. J. HOWELL
will meet every week instead of alternate caption above is the subject ofa Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
weeks. neat booklet by the Central of Geoi KirksTille Graduate

Mrs. F. B .Dale delightfully gia. Page 2 is devoted to. 28 photographs Consultation Free REAL ESTATE RENTALS :.
Office Cheney Block San Juan
entertained the members of the Bow- of various railroad representa- HoteL
Knot Club at her home Anderson tives. J. G. Kirkland
on D. P. A. of the Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 .
street Tuesday. A. C. L.; E. C. Cohen, T. P. A. of the Orlando F1a.WOOD. ;
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HERE FROM DELAND A. C. L., now stationed in Orlando;

YESTERDAY. and W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando, city .,
Orlando received a visit yesterday passenger and ticket agent, have their
from four of DeLand's estimable ladies
photos in the booklet, and then
Mrs. M. Bond, Mrs. W. H. Wood- fol- For Sale
all, Mrs. W. A. Allen, and Mrs. Car- lows a short article about them-

penter. They .spent the day sightseeing "Men who will tell Florida tourists $2.00 Per Strand ,
and motored back home after !
about the right way to home"
the Athletics.game between the Barons and the go Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65J x167. Price

IIOLTWashington. 450000. A bargain. '

Col. and Mrs. S. II. Alleman enter- Orlando Wood YardB.
tained informally Tuesday evening at .-J. W. Seigler, postmaster -
their residence on Lake street, the occasion -I 11 at Oolt, Santa Rosa county, W. Kingsley, Proprietor
being the eve of the anniver- f PINE STREET AND R R.
sary of the birthday of the hostess.St. Fla., has been removed and Henry Telephone 344
Patrick's colors predominated in : Fisher has just been appointed to 'Y'I 9-30 .
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New Fisk Prices :

At New Low Prices .

KELLY-SPRINGFIELD. GUARANTEES* Establishng: a New Standard of Tire Values .

I 6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3y2! INCH SMOOTH CASINGS; Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tuba .

7,5001 MILES ON 3 AND 3V2! INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

30 x 31/fc ________$11.60 1&20 2.70
SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

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

36 x 4V ________$27.35 28.70 5.20
Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have end
an 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
to tire troubles ,
; ; If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.

We Have a Service Station. All

PHILLIPS Adjustments Made Here.

1. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. : r

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave II San Juan Garage t Company |

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PRICESTO LOOK-18 Also furnished fine city or lots unfurnished for sale. .J umbQr. I..a.-t11& lrid SI1.i'11g4Ies

SENTINELWANTS houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable.. II. Eaton, own-
GETREADY er, 215 South Main street, opposite "-
Methodist church. Phone 99. .

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On the Gulf highlands of the famous
The Morning Sentinel Want Sarasota Bay district, South Flor-
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late shippers ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
of grapefruit and
Brick Road. oranges;heavy
and early shippers of winter vegeta-
Terms Cash in Advance. bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
5 Room House, close in. Easy mate; invigorating salt air from the
Terms. RATES gulf; pure water from flowing artesian -
For One Day ___________-_25t wells; this proved and tested Cement
Grove. For Three Days ____________SOc land close to transportation, sar- Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days ______________75c rounded by prosperous groves and
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month -____-_____$2. 0 farms, we offer at a low price on ,
This rate applies on all ads of small payment down, balance ten
Seminole Park Lots- 25 words or less. If the ad contains years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow -
more than 25 words the rate to pick from. Immense leap in .
will be one cent per word for values will fellow. This special offeris
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- not to speculators, but ot those A
terms. sertion.If who will actually develop the land.
you can't bring your ad to Exceptionally fine class of residents z"rJ t t'
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- coming in. .1Por ).
the above. counts opened by telephone will be Write, today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE ,
payable the following day. CO.,

Box 609, Sarasota, Fla. ___ __ __ J. .
Every Home-Every Business- 2-21-lrroc

ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT

Watkins! Block PHONE 504 TO RENT-Furnished rooms, one KINCAID allif SNOVBENOrlando's \
o PROPERTY OWNERIF block from business center; terms
YOU WANT CASH AND NOTES i. reasonable. Apply 24 North Gould
-for FineWATCH FOR YOUR HOUSE AND LOT street. 3-16-3tc
See our Representative at
CLOCK and TREMONT HOTEL TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished, Largest and Cheapest
WEDNESDAY .AND THURSDAY, for permanent occupancy, a modern
JEWELRY REPAIRING MARCH 17 AND 18 six room house, with bath; rent very
A. R. & A. CO. low to desirable people. Mr.J. L, 200
call on C. VATER whois 3-17-21 West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w FURNITURE HOUSE

an expert at this trade FOR SALE FOR RENT-Five room cottage, with .

with experience bath, completely furnished, from
many years FOR SALE-Income producing straw- first of April for summer or for the
Mrs. Gertrude McDade, 307 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
t Youngs Repair ShopOpp. berry farm; crop goes with place; year.
!.. bring returns on your investment at Broadway. 3-16-6t
Post Office Pine StreetOSTEOPATH once and will continue for four
$3.50'PER WEEK-Rooms in the best
months. Will sell or exchange for
city property. G. F. Foster, Star part of the city, but a step to every-
'-'-' thing large verandahs hot and cold
Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-12-Gt ; ; -- ----- -----
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water. The St. James, West and
.o FOR SALE-House and three lots, at South streets. 3-16-6t f.
61.9 Ohio avenue; no reasonableoffer
refused. Inquire on premises. FOR RENT, FOR SUMMER SEASON
low, new and modern in every detail.
Office corner Orange Avenue and FOR SALE-Ford touring car, elec- Also one 2-story house. Both com- Clearance Sale
Church SU Davis & McNeil BIdg., tric lights and fully equipped; run pletely furnished. Both well located.
Phone 419. for eight months. Will sacrifice, as I Small family of adults will have the \
am leaving for the North. Inquire preference. Apply to Orlando Building -
213 Ridgewood avenue. 3-16-3t and Land Co., opposite San Juan
hotel. 3-14-6t
FOR SALE-A! good work horse; 015s
StrawberriesFresh guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- FOR RENT-SmalJ flat, modtrn con- ,
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. I
lanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo Knox. 11-3-tf

cottage, seven rooms and bath, to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Gas Heaters
modern conveniences roomy porches, 10-25-tf
Guaranteed Eggs excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
Pure Florida HoneyN. FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully We can fit you out with just the
equipped; speedcmeter Presto tank, kind of a new spring suit you have Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at been wanting. No matter whether itsa
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf novelty, serge or Palm Beach, our the close them
through coming summer we are going to
J. HoneySee stock is complete. Slemons will fur- ry tout

FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright nish Slemons the dash Dept.if Store.you furnish the 3-17-4t cash. during the month of March at the following prices:

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle .
Weeks in the recent contest will be Umbrellas recovered and repaired .

building sold for fund.benefit Piano of Baptist be church "while you wait," at Young's Repair Heaters for $6.80 .
i may seent $8.50
our window display \ the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-1y rc

of Heintz goods. Weeks.1-13-tfc 10 Washington street. TRAVELING man of education COMPANION and refine-settled 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

ment seeks a position as traveling
-- FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar companion and nurse. Has had a 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
in A-l condition; cheap for long experience in attending the sick
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, and afflicted. Best references can begiven.
CARUTHERS & GORF| 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 i Address T. A. N., Sentinel 3.50 Heaters for 2.80BUY
1-4-tf i office. 3-13-6tc I

New Modern G Grocery FOR and SALE tools best OR farm RENT in-With stock LOST-Between my home, auto San top Juan cover.hotel Please and

riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant county; up-va- ; hotel.return to L. A. Beeman, San 3-13-6t Juan NOW AND. SAVE 20 PER CENT.

to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock

Phone 200 er.ildg.., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- I NOW IS THE TIME to take sewing -
lessons and make up your spring
and summer clothes. Miss Echols is
JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of responsible for fit and style of all
6 and 8 East Pine St. the most important items in successful dresses made under her. Cutting and
growing of fruits and vegetables. fitting done for those who wish to
------ Talk with II. C. McDaniel. lIe has sew at home. Room 41, Watkins
made a success of growing both. lie block. After office hours, Willola
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" I hotel. 3-13-Ct ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
brand. His experience is worth some-

Orlan ..Was inRton thing to you. Phone 708.26.1m' CONTRACTORR.
o.O "
N. SEYMOUR is the man to see GAS DEPARTMENT
before letting contract, if you are going -
FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome to build-and want the best house
for small family; garden possible for money invested.
I growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.

DRAWING ROOM ers avenue.; six rooms. Apply 510 3-7-lmo Marion 2-18-1moc

WilY BE TROUBLED with that
Sleeping Car FOR SALE cough, sore throat and croup, whenrou Established 1870
) can get relief by using ,Lee's
75 acres suitable for citrus culture Sore Throat and Cough Remedy. J. C. R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
and truck farming, bordering on a Pioneer Paint & Wall
Taber, 601 West Amelia avenue says Finle
First Car on March 16 pretty lake and has one-half mile it is worth its weight in gold; ask 132 Park Place, New York PaperStore
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
him. For sale by City Drug Store. Wholesale Dealers and Commission
brick road this frontage being adapted Price 25c. 3-16-6t
VIA for nice home sites could be subdivided Merchants in Florida Orangesand Has always on hand a large and well selected

into 40 building plots 60x200 ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes Paints
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for sleeping car from Orlando to Washington I ,
Atlantic Coast Line citrus fruits and truck farming; five commencing March 17. Leave Represented by I Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
minutes walk to railroad station, Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
stores, hotel, school and churches urday nights, on train No. 82. This CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad of the South When you consider location and good car parked for occupaicy at 9 p. m. Liberal advances made on con- I
transportation facilities with other 3-6-tf signments.R. I ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M 1. advantages the property's real value
is $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi Kodak finishing left at Robinson's E. Cocnran, President.T. .

Tuesdays Thursdaysand dent who needs money. He author Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the L. Turney, Treasurer. FINLEY'S PIONEER
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever next day. 3-3-tf l-22-2m
buys this property gets a bar
SaturdaysLeaving gain. For further particulars, call on BUYERS AND SELLERSI PHONE 646 I HO ftE 67 Corntr Pine and Court
EP.. Yonm. room- -10 AfV' '..il1 ft. buy, sell rent and exchange real
Orlando on Train 82, Davis building, corner Church streetand estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri-I Orange avenue. Orlando. over 30 years. Have handled over
days and Saturdays.For 131tfcI $20.000,000. Call and see m,. AUTO FOR HIRE
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Reservations and Tickets HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction
nor any city lots outside of FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and BARNARD & SON
call on A. C. L. Local Ticket
the corporation, tho'ugh I have some strawberries phone II. C. McDaniel70S. The 14ar1zetOF :
Agent. splendid building lots near Lake Eola, Parties coming to the gardenfor 17 Hnghey Street Jrlando, niL
and they will be priced on their mer vegetables will be given lows
its. See the owner and save commis prices. 2- 12-10-.im CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY: .
sions. H. McDaniel.. Phone 70S.
2-26-1 mo. An 8x10 Kodak
at Robinson's FRESH AND SALT
o Studio. 3-3-tf I MEATS
< FOR SALE-Best' truck farm in Prosper Dr. S. S. Jones I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Colony for sale
\W at a bargain if ,
.._...... sold in 60 days. Farm consists' of 15: D. K. Davidson I I'I L-:-r>iair.; g screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
acres of as good land as> there is in CHIROPRACTOR I I "- -:ar .
r Orange county; 7 acres In cultivatiaall n,
= under fence; 6 room house, auto GOLF INSTRUCTOR graduate Davenport CoHejre. 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
DR. L H. RAMSDELL and wagon sheds feed barn stables'I : 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone : everything in the Meat Line.
corn crib and poultry house; crop and i Orlando Country Club 209. Intelligent people everywhere t
OPTOMETRISTORLANDO some farming tools' go with place. are being restored to health by chiropractic i!
- FLORIDAWE S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. Telephone No. 249. adjustments, the new scienceof : '' H. oVr. Self & Co.
the of disease. Examination
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES 219d&wklmoTake removing cause -I'

AND DO ALL KINDS OF I your Kodak films to Robin- Again we call your attention to the. free. 12- 4.1mo j PHONE NO. 803 PINE STREETCUT

OPTICAL REPAIRING son. 3-3-ti classified ads. Don't overlook the want ads.


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'District J9-Arthur 1 E. Donegan, Kis'!Clay-E. D. Prevatt, Green Cove I IJ Leon John L. Neeley, Tallahassee. Nelson Sahlburg has been acting as Albertson picnicked at Lake Gatlin
T 'I simmee. J springs Leon-Edgar E. Strickland, Micco- rural carrier on Route No. 1 this Thursday.Mr. .
sukie. and Mrs. W. E. Dewar enter-
District 20-**Glen Terrell, Webster. I Columbia-J. J. Paul Watertown. week, in place of Mr. Anderson, the
Levy-John C. "Weimer Bronson. tained the "I Want To" reading clubat
i District 21J. S. Blitch, Montbrook. Columbia-D. G. Rivers, Lake City. Liberty-L. F. Forehand, Bristol. regular carrier.Dr. the first meeting since its organ-
I'District 22J. R. McEachern, Mon- I Dade-R. E. McDonald Fulford. \Iadison-F. M. Henderson, Pinetta. and Mrs. Rice Dr. and Mrs. ization Friday evening. The president -
i I ticello. DeSoto-W. C. Langford Arcadia. Madison-R. Milliner, :Madison. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Treat, Mr. and Nelson Sahlburg, presided and
I|I District 23W. M. Igou Eustis. Duval-Frank L. Dancy, Jacksonville. :\Ianatee-A. :M. Wilson, :Miakki.: Mrs. :McMahan Mr. and Mrs. Butler, the following program was given:
District 2,1-**J. N. Fogarty, Key I Duval-S. C. Harrison, Jacksonville. Marion-W. J. Crosby, Citra. :Mr.: and Mrs. Tew, Mr. and Mrs. Pace Current Events, dub members; talk,
I, West. Escambia-W. M. Hurtenbach, Pen- \larion-'V. T. Henderson, Lynne. Mr. and Mrs. William Lemmon Mr. "Value of Good Books," F. W. Chan-
District 25-*A.McClellan,Blounts- sacola. Monroe-Clarence E. Roberts, Key and Mrs. Nonger.lr.. and Mrs. non; First Twenty-five Years of the
I I j!,i ville. Escambia-Robert II. Anderson, Pen- West. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Mr. and Life of Washington Irving, Isophenia
District 26W. Middleton:: Po- sacola. Nassau-Harry Goldstein, Fernan- Mrs. Juergenson. and Mrs. Lime- I Harris; Next Thirteen Years, Archer
I 1 mona. Franklin-John II. Cook, Apalachicola. dina. grover, :Mrs.: Braddock, Mrs. Smith, Braddock; Years in Europe, Miss
District 27-**F. M. Cooper, Punta Nassau-II. A. Jones, Callahan. Messrs. Arthur Lemmon Amasa Sahlburg; Fourth Period, Miss Greta
i j I Gorda. Gadsden-W. J. Gray, Concord. Orange-A. B. Newton, Winter Gar Finch, O. H. Schneider, Archer Brad- I Frint; Closing Years of Life, Miss
ville.'I I! District 2S -**J. B. Conrad, Glen- Gadsden-J. G. Sharon, Quincy. den. I dock, Harry Shaw Capt. Charles Al- Lillian Barnum. Others present were
:I wood. Hamilton-L. A. Cribbs, Jasper. Oran -S. S. Griffin Orlando. bertson, and Miss Lemmon, Miss Bar- I\Irs. Channon, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Brad-
District 29-*M. M. Brown, :Maccenny.: Hamilton John E. Scaff Jennings. Dsceola-N. C. Bryan, Kissimmee. urn, and Miss Tew were the guests t dock, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pace, Mr.
District 30-**W. II. Green, Jasper. Hernando-:M.: L. Dawson, Brooks- Palm Beach-H. L. Bussey, West of Thomas Frint and daughters Misses (and Mrs. W. E. Dewar, Mr. and Mrs
: District 31-*L. W. Zim, St. Augus- ville. Palm Beach. Greta, Martha and Maud, Wednesday Walter Juergenson, Miss Mary Harris -
tine. Hillsboro-W. T. Martin, Tampa. Pasco-O. N. Williams, Dade City. evening, at a surprise party given Miss Starkey, Miss Martha Frint,
i|I District 32-**D. G. Roland, New- Hillsboro G. H. Wilder, Plant City. Pinellas-F. A. Wood, St. Petersburg. in honor of Mrs. Print's birthday. The '' Messrs. Yates Chase, Zeigler Schnei-
berry. Holmes-W. G. Watford, Esto. Polk-R. W. Hancock, Fort :Meade. host and his daughters had provided !;der, McKnight.
I House Jackson-Ellis F. Davis Marianna. Polk-W. Reid Robson, Kathleen. delicious refreshments and the evening I J Mr. Joseph Guernsey, the well
Alachua-J. C. Adkins, Gainesville. Jackson-J. R. Shoemaker, Sr., (de- Putnam-II. McKenzie, Palatka. was passed peasantly with music known hardware dealer, of Orlando.
Alachua-II. C. Parker, LaCrosse. ceased), Cottondale. Putnam-W. G. Tilghman, Palatka. and other entertainment.. Frint gave an excellent address before the
Baker-W. D. Mann, Sanderson. Jefferson-B. J. Hamrick Monticello. Santa Rosa-W.. Davidson, Newell. received many pretty gifts of china members of the Sunday school, Sun-
Bay-T. F. Brayton, Lynn Haven. Jefferson Theo. T. Turnbull, Monti- Santa Rosa-W. McLeod, Milton. and silver. i j day. The talk was addressed partic-
Bradford-A. D. Andrews, Raiford. cello. Seminole-Forrest Lake, Sanford.St. :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Helms of Orlando !ularly to the boys and young men.
Bradford Joe Hill Williams, Starke. LaFayette J. Handley, :Mayo. Johns-John W. Davis, St. Augus- J. A. Fouchi and daughter, but was equally enjoyed by all.lr..
Brevard-John B. Rodes, Melbourne. Lake-L. D. Edge Groveland. tine. I Miss Nellie, McDonough: Ga., Mr. Guernsey presented the first book to
Calhoun-C. V. Varnadore, Altha. Lake-J. A. Hanson, Leesburg. St. Johns-E. A. Wilson, New Augus- I and Mrs. William Lemmon, Mr. and the library, the gift being one of Van
I Citrus J. E. Stevens, Crystal River. Lee-R. A. Henderson Fort Myers. tine. Mrs. Arthur Lemmon, Mr. and :Mrs.: Dyke's works.
St. Lucie-A. D. Penny, Fort Pierce. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew, Mr.
-- -- - Sumter II. G. Collier, Oxford. and Mrs. Amasa Finch :Mrs. James Pale, sparse eyebrows and lashes
SuwaSinee-Cary A. Hardee, Live Oak. Treat and daughter, Mrs. N. B. Stone I make a face expressionless: They can
Suwannee-Geo. E. Hawkins, Well and sons, Miss :Margaret Tew, :Miss j be coaxed into a better growth by
born. Margaret Lemmon, Miss Lillian Bar- I rubbing the eyebrows nightly with
Ta-lor-'Y. T. Cash, Perry. num, Capt. S. D. Barnum, Capt. C. L. ,vaseline.Hammond .
Closing Out Sale Volusia Jas. E. Cade., Seville.

'v'olusia-II. G. Putnam, Oak Hill. -
\\"akulla-W. C. Rouse, Sopchoppy. .
\Valton-W. II. Mapoles, Laurel Hill. rI
Washington-L. A.: Brock, Chipley.

The entire stock of Drennen Notes ; &QoreFUNERAL


The Japanese Bazaarmust Drennen Fla., March .-Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Butler, who have been REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
spending the winter at their home on
the Pine Castle road will return to COMPARE
be sold. This is your chance to buy Detroit, Monday.Mrs. .
Orville Pettis and daughter, of OUR FURNITUREWe
those wonderful little gifts at greatly reduced New Haven, Conn., who have been at ; I I
the New Ocklawaha hotel, Eustis, for provide the quality of furniture that has I long
prices. several months, arrived here Satur- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
day to visit Mrs.\ N. B. Stone. Mrs. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Pettis is the wife of the pastor of a It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca ,'t make
Congregational church at New Haven, this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
which is one of the largest in New this business; and that means much to any buyer.
England.Mr. I I
and Mrs. George Shulte oC
The Japanese Bazaar :Woodbury, Ga., have been visitingMr. McN ILL & DAVIS BLOCK,
I and Mrs. James Treat. :\lr.I I
i Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.
Shulte is a member of the Chicago '
, Cubs, training at Tampa, and a bother L J
I Of Mrs. Treat. 4 11 ,

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To th :E-3ighest: :Bidder

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Proposition No. 2

Proposition No. I
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits,
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange -
The "Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave Groves. Assets i 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 planted with 6 and 8 old and Grape
acres are year Orange
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All .rooms
Fruit trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkare -
decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably-free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above '

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

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. '


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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National ..BankORLANDO

Total Responsibility: J
$25,00.00 paid up
$50,000.00.If .
Surplus ___________$25,000.00 .' _

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Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Hopkins ,of
Jacksonville, are visitors in the city.
They are making the San Juan their
headquarters. ...
J. S. McCamy returned from West Tf'/5 5PRUDENT
Palm Beach last night and was joinedin
Jacksonville by Miss Blanche Mc MAN'DUTSfRSTSAyNCSNTHE
Camy his daughter.Mrs. _

George Wygant and little son 0AS/SC _
are up from Tampa visiting Mr. and ,
Mrs. H. B. Myers, at the corner of t '
Jackson and West streets.

DON'T let idle funds remain idle and don't invest
Mr. E. M. McDonald one of the en-
in any security or venture where there is a terprising and substantial citizens of ,
1} possible question of risk. west Orange transacted business in
the county metropolis yesterday.
.wal uaD3 fJ a
Miss Orchard, of Chicago who has
Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure." been spending a portion of the winterin ,
I Your idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 percent St. Petersburg, arrived in Orlando 4 C rL
yesterday for the remainder of the
and is ready when you need it. season. -
We issue Certificates for any amount any busi-

ness day. Transients registering at the San : : iA
Juan hotel yesterday include Chas. S.
I Swain Chas. W. Smith Jacksonville; y ,
Chas. W. Willetts Moorestown N.
J.; and C. B. Murphy, Lakeland.Mr. (
The .State Bankof

1 and Mrs. Robert L. Murphy of
Camden N. J., who have been spend-
ing several weeks in Orlando, left yes-
terday en route home. They expectto WIc
Orlando stop at Daytona and St. Augustine.

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Mr. and Mrs. Felix M. Drennen arrived YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN II PER CENT. IN-

the Tampa Special from Birmingham -

Si nen's mother* Mrs. E. M. Drennen, at TAKE AN INTEREST 'ilN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS
her home, "Paso'Robles."

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crenshaw arrived -
in Orlando yesterday on the
Tampa Special from Chicago to join Peoples National Bank
r their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Crenshaw who are spending the win-
ter at the AJtamonte hotel.

Prof. Raymond Gillette and wife
of Centralia Ill., were among the arrivals 1
reaching Orlando yesterday
Summer over the Atlantic Coast Line. They
Cooking i will spend the remainder of the sea-
: son with their uncle and aunt Mr.
f Shouldn't Cook and Mrs. C. W. Evans, 13 East Wash-
ington street.
the Cook J
j :Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Roberts who '
have been spending the winter in th2:
Getting dinner ready- - southern part of the state, reached

in July is just as comfortable Fort Orlando Myers.yesterday They are afternoon delighted from with I $3.00$ in G Q1 Q1To l

: as in November Florida some days and expect before to continuing remain here their for WHO'S YOUR DRUGGIST ?

if in
you use a journey to their home Pittsburgh.

Among those leaving Orlando yes-
COCK STOVE. terday for their summer home ifi the the person sub-
"The Turning Point in Oil Stove History I
Mr. and Mrs. F.C.
Empire State were
The hcgoes: .i i thecooking Adams of Troy. They expect to stopat mitting the best name I PHONE 20"We'll
Ito FLORENCE St Augustine and Jacksonville and
net I= J the Camden, S. C. They have enjoyed
their visit immensely and are counted for the new Restaurantto
I kitchen. It does Oil Ccvk Stoves
your among the many who will come again. .
work well and reliably! "Look for the Lever" bar opened at 42 West deliver it" day or night
Mr. J. M. Snow, of Cedartown, Ga.,
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and keeps y ca com who has been spending several with daysin Church street. I will anything in the drug world if it
this section looking over a
fortable. It requires lets watching and regulating resi-
becoming a permanent
than: a coal stove. dent, left yesterday afternoon for his give $5.00 in gold. Send i can be obtained it in the city.
home. Mr. Snow is an old friend of

You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor our A. Huntington well known, fellow and it citizen was throughhis Mr. J. all names to I

mereiy; simmering flame. visit advices Orlando.Mr. that. he was induced to If you have a special remedy let

Come in and let us sho\/ you how these Florence us order it direct---no charge for
: and Mrs. S. A. Conner of Marietta D. S. Catecb. & Co.
Automatic Stovcavorh: how simple and reliable.No Ohio, who have been spendinga

Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once left portion yesterday of the over season the Atlantic in Orlando Coast postage.

started each burner \vi.l the Line to visit the resorts on the East
keep going at same RESTAURANTAll
Coast. Daytona will be their first Care PLAZA
power until you turn i it out. stopping point, after which they will
journey south as far as Key West.
J They: made mahy friends in this section names must be sent by
P 'ZlLY SAFE wad have promised to return ear- McELROY'S PHARMACY

ly next season. Thursday, March 18th.

See it Demonstrated
WILL TRADE lot on east.side for
good Ford auto. See Baxter Long.
Oscar Hand & Son 15 West Church street. 3-18-3r

FOR RENT-House, six rooms and
bath furnished or unfurnished;
WEST PINE ST. good lot fruit trees By the
ver. 306; East South; garage.street. Bank organizd April 16th 1906 .. _,
3-18-6t -
--- - -- -- - -- -- FARM WANTED-Small farm near ,.;, ," .
Orlando, with house horse, wagon
.....111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.Give cow and farming tools. Good land (
and reasonable price. Address L. At the Close of Business March, 1915. Condensed .

Herrman, Lake Worth, Fla. 3-18-6t From Report to Comptroller. y; 4 :: r:

Your Wife Fh '
a .
WANTED TO BUY small home not loans and Discounts __-___________$371,679.00

far out, with trees and shrubbery; Overdrafts _______________________ 1,001.75 ;:, { a
must be neat and attractive
Good Watchand cheap. Describe fully with price and Stocks and Bonds _____________ ___ 24,668.33 { _>
number. Address Northerner, care e4
__ 41,857.86Cash
: Sentinel. 3-18-6t Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures

on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95 I x
see how it will harmonize the workings of your FOR RENT FURNISHEDOwnerwould .
rent for summer his home, $74.,
household. completely furnished; large lot; rose h

garden; plenty of foliage; a choice Capital Stock ______________________$100,000.00 ,
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a decorative proposition, to family of adults only.
Address Rose Garden, Sentinel office. Surplus and Undividd Profits _______ 33,970.41Dividends

piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasions 3-18-6tc Unpaid ________________ 52.00

and laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our FOR SALE-400 Lu Gim Gong 3 year Bills Payable ____________________ None

large assortment of women's watches is old nursery trees, budded from the Re-Discounts _____________________ None : est. *
a timekeepera
mother tree number of 3 '
old and; a large grapefruit trees ready year DEPOSITS _______________________ 615,474.52
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand for planting now. Whole nursery stockwill Due to banks_______________________ 476.93
be sold. Address Alabama
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or Winter Park, or telephone 461 Winter Lodge a#

Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold Park. 3-18-6tc $749,973.89 r ''

filled cases attractively. priced from $10.00 upT.D.EVANS FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold
at once, house of seven rooms;'
screened porch, bath, trunk room,and .
large closets, gas and electric lights;

postoffice.splendid Owner, 312 location North Cash; or five Mam.terms.minutes 3-18-12t Inquire from Orlaildo Bank & TrilEt t CoMpany





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