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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 19, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID00512
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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. THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME





THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. NUMBER 31.

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BRITISH MAKE FIRST SEIZURE OF GOODS;






180,000 TURKS GUARD CONSTANTINOPLEBRITISH






PORTS BLOCKADE-RESULTSIN GERMAN COLONELS PLAT VI i British Steamer Torpedoed In BRITISH BLOCKADE ORDER IS-


CAPTURE The Channel Off Beachey HeadLONDON I



TURKS REPAIRING THEIR FORTS BARONS THIS I MARCH 18.-THE GLASGOW STEAMER, GLEN ART- WORRYING THE I U. S. GREATLY

LEY THE, OF ENGLISH 5,200 TONS CHANNEL, WAS TORPE OFF DOED BEACIIEY AND SUNK HEAD.THIS MORNINGIN

During Lull in Smyrna Cam
THE CREW ESCAPED IN LIFE BOATS WHICH WERE PICKEDUP. -

paign Forts Are Being Re LAFTERNOONOUISVILLE THE STEAMER WAS CARRYING A CARGO OF RICE FROM OFFICIAL WASHINGTON IS

paired-Large Forceof KOJIA CHIANG TO LONDON AND LIVERPOOL. DROPS
._ _. ZEPPELIN LOOKING TO WILSON
Turks A. A. --- ---- - - - -

HERE FOR SERIES OF Villa Has Ordered Attack On FOR SOLUTIONA

London, March 18.The first seizure

provisions made by of Great its recently Britain announced under the TWO GAMES Ebano Town Near TampicoWASHINGTON BOMBS ONCALAIS NEW POLICY IS NOW EXPECTED


blockade of the German coast, and a BARONS BEAT ROLLINS 11 TO 1
part of its campaign of reprisal, occurred But Administration First
MARCH 18.-V ILLA HAS ORDERED AN ATTACKIN
when the Swedish steamer
today Determine Whether Block-
FORCE ON EBANO, A TOWN N EAR TAMPICO, ACCORDING TO
Geheland from Dacton carrying a Game Yesterday Not Largely
STATE DEPARTMENT ADVICES FROM TAMPICO TODAY. ade Exists as Matterof
cargo of provisions intended for a I ,
Attended-Collegians THE OBJECT OF TilE ATTACK IS TO DRIVE THE CARRANZIS-
German port, was held up. R. R. STATION SUJ.'FERSi i Fact
Failed to Hit in I TAS INTO TAMPICO WHICH WILL THEN BE BESIEGED BY VILLA.
The steamer was brought to Lee, a
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fishing village on the British coast, in GameA = Washington, March 18.-Official

custody of a British patrol boat. t KILLED ;Washington is looking to the White
TO ENTERTAIN TOURISTS 10 I
wild pitch by Black in the ninth UKWEJMessrs. House for a clear and definite state

Smyrna Campaign Halted ment of the policy which nearly all
after two were out allowed Rollins 1. P.MORGAN SAILS TO ENGLAND
Athens, March 18.-Operations authorities agree is absolutely de-
College to score yesterday afternoonin I Board of Trade Committee Announces Palmer Have Purchased
manded and
against the coast of Smyrna have immediately, as an an-

been temporarily abandoned and the the game with the Birmingham I Tuesday, March Mayer's Property on the Refused to Give Inkling of His swer to the terms of the British orderof

Turks are profiting by the respite to i Barons. The score was: Barons 11, 23, as Tourists' Conway Road-Will council and Grey's supplemental

repair damage done to their forts. I Rollins 1. I Day. i Improve It Plans-:May Undertake to I explanation of that document.A .

According to information from a It was a free hitting contest in the Raise Huge War I policy has not yet been decided

trustworthy source there are 40,000 I but after the fourth I The machinery of the Board of Messrs. Jerome Palmer and V. II. Loan : upon.
early innings, I
f
Turkish troops stationed on the Gal Trade under the new officers is working Palmer, of Keota Iowa, who have I It will turn largely on the questionof

-ii poli peninsular and 80,000 more in Rose, the collegiate youngster, set- I smoothly and harmoniously and been touring the southern part of the Paris, March .-The official state- blockad as the manner in which
European Turkey, and 50,000 stationed tled down and held the champions of Great Britain understands the word
:already progress has been made on state spying out the land with a view ment issued at 11 o'clock tonight says
along the Asiatic coast. the Southern League scoreless.A two important items passed at Monday to locating, have returned to Orlando that a Zeppelin airship dropped bombson I indicates that American ships and

There is said to be a total of 180.- home run by Pitcher Cantley and night's session. and are so well pleased with the development a railway station at Calais today. shipping will be put inevitably to a

000 men on the whole territory sur- successive doubles by Coombs and The committee appointed to give I which they noticed going Seven employes were killed. No I definite inconvenience in the vast ex-

rounding the sea Marmora at Con- Magee accounted for the majority of the tourists in Orlando a royal entertainment i on all around this section that they rious property damage was done. se-I panse of "European waters."
stantinople. the Baronial runs. An assist by Out- "The question in fact and not law
has completed arrangements have decided that this is the ideal spot Marked gains have been made
fielder Magee to First Baseman Car- i and Tuesday afternoon, March 23, !for which theyhave been looking and the French north of Verdun. is whether Great Britain's order of
SHERIFFS FAVOR ELECTROCUTION roll in the ninth on Lewis' drive to council and her collateral explanation
:
they will be tendered a glorious automobile I will go no farther. The German losses on the battle ,
right featured the game. The score: i ride ever the city and sur- They have purchased Mr. Geo. May- front there resulted in the capture of constitute or do not constitute a block-
S R. H. E. I .ade. We have not all the facts."
rounding beautiful country. erV place on the Conway road and
two trenches, and the number of pris-
J. F. Gordon, sheriff returned Rollins College ___________ 161 : This statement made officially to-
., yes- S. S. Griffin, chairman of the committee I will at once begin to make changes oners is stated to be high. i;
terday morning from Ocala, where a Birmingham Barons _______11 14I II' has announced that all visitors ;and otherwise improve this desirable day will show that this governmenthas

two days session of the State Sher- I and tourists should meet promptly at I place. May Make War Loan not yet formulated even its ideasas
iffs Association had been held. A By Edw. P Thomas, of the Louisville '2 o'clock at Tourist Headquarters, ; They will also embark in the dairy to the representations to be madeto
resolution introduced by Mr. Scott CourierJournalThe I' I New ,York March 18.-J. P. Mor- Great Britain and the allies the 1
S was where they will be greeted by many business and have formed a partnership on
of Gadsden asking Louisville team, which will be gan, the financier, sailed for England effect of their "blockade" American ;
Gregory county
automobiles and given a big ride. I with Mr. R. T. Carris. They on
that the next session of the legisla- seen here in two games with Birmingham I It is impossible to issue an invita- :have selected an ideal spot to conduct today.He. I ships and shipping i

ture pass a law abandoning the an- was the runner-up last year in tion individually so the Orlando newspapers their operations and will erect modern refused to give an inkling of his I The cabinet will meet tomorrowand

cient custom of hanging for capital the American Association, the strongest I will herald the joyful tidings.Mr. I sanitary barns for their stock, and plans.It have before it the new situationin j
of the minor leagues. In fact, the is reported, however, that the
offenses and substitute therefor the Griffin is busy canvassing for automobiles ,build silos. all its phases. i
more humane mode of taking the life ,promised removal of the draft law, If he is not seen leave It is also their intention to raise financier is going abroad in connection There may be some announcement 1

of criminals of this class by electro- which will be inaugurated shortly, your name with V. W. Estes, secretary nearly all if not all their feed. Be- with business for the British gov- of a new policy. '
cution. The resolution was unani- I will place the Association on a par ernment, for which his firm is the fiscal It is that the administration j
expected -
and tell him you will be only too : ing experienced men in this industry,
mously passed and referred to the with the major leagues. glad to show your generous spirit. I they will stock their farm with the agent in the United States. will first determine whether there ]
legislative committee of the organization I Of the team which last year was I Recent reports have had it that heintends' is blockade matter of fact.
The committee appointed to revise type of dairy cow that gives the best a as a ,
and copies were ordered for- nosed out by Milwaukee only in the the constitution and bylaws met last i results. undertaking the raising of a I The administration is expected to -

warded to all members of the association I last few days of the Association I j evening at the Peoples National Bank j The Sentinel welcomes these gen- huge war loan for England. i say whether or not Great Britain's

not i schedule, twelve players remain under statement that blockade will be administered
i
present.HAPSBURG and made much progress. The committee tlemen to this community and sees no a
the management of Jack Hayden. MRS. F. H. ABBOTT DIES SUDDENLY in
& only "European waters"is
appointed to arrange for a I reason why Messrs. Carris Palmer I
FAMILY INVESTS Clemons, the catcher, has been with banquet for the Barons will also have should not make dairying profitable.Like a sufficient protection for American

$17300,000 IN UNITED the team for several years, and has .something interesting to report in all others who come to Orange vessels which may be met by Brit-

STATES always been known as one of the .few days. fa I county and desire to keep posted on (Fort :Myers Press, 17th) ish cruisers outside of American
classiest backstops in the circuit. He .1 Mrs. F. H. Abbott died at the Royal waters.
The Board of Trade is now doing I events in this section they have en-
Geneva.Reports have reached is a terror with the stick, batting .things and every citizen is urged to rolled their names as subscribers to Palm hotel shortly before noon today. No official who was asked the ques-

Innsbuck from Vienna that membersof I.333 during the 1914 season. I.co-operate with them in building up a I this paper. The deceased was taken seriouslyill tion today would answer categoricallywhat
the first baseman, is also I morning, but had rallied "
,
the Hapsburg family, not including Weinberg better and more progressive Orlando. early Sunday is "European waters.

Emperor Francis Joseph, purI I one of the veterans of the team. His i HELD ON CHARGE OF MURDER during the last two days and Some of them agreed however, that

chased in the United States during size and reach, combined with natural TAKEN HOME FOR INTERMENTThe strong hopes were held for her recov- the phrase "European waters," with-

February $17,500,000 worth of real I ability to dig 'em out of the ground, I A coroner's jury yesterday at win-I I ery. Only a few minutes before the out latitudes and longitudes, means
make him a valuable man in his posi- she with
estate and American stocks. remains of Mrs. Eliza Smith, I ter Park to inquire into the end came was chatting nothing except that Great Britain proposes
tion. friends and showing excellent spirits, to determine for the United
who died in this
city Tuesday evening,
I Charles Johnson, who was killed on
Northrop was the leading pitcher in I leading to the belief that she was States what it means.
470 CASES OF SMALLPOX RE- were prepared for shipment by Un- March 6, concluded its session and
the Association last year, and is con making rapid progress toward 1 recov- There two first
are questions, as
PORTED IN PETROGRAD dertaker Hand, and left yesterday for I held Pinkney Sloan on the charge of
sidered one of the brainiest twirlersin ering from her critical illness. to whether there is and
Lyons Ga., her old home, where they I murder. He was held without bail. a blockade
Petrograd.-Four hundred and seventy the country. Perry and Ellis, former I will be interred. They were accom- !The held by Judge Wm. Mrs. Abbott was born at Lisbon, N. second, how far it extends out in the
inquest was IL, in 1856. Her maiden name was
Western Leaguers, are showingup
cases of smallpox were reported I panied to their final resting place by Atlantic, to be ascertained as soon as
I Martin, the coroner and J. II. Jones, Emma A. Pennock. She has been com-
in Petrograd during January and Feb- I I in great shape. Wylie Taylor, another I her daughter, Miss A. T. Smith, her I state's attorney. The grand jury will ing to Fort Myers since 1897, when possible.

ruary, as compared with 1,178 for all I of last year's pitching staff,was son, Mr. W. P. Smith, of Orlando, I take the case up when the circuit her husband took charge of the old
with the St. Louis Browns before com Fort Myers hotel, and with the excep-
r of last year.Brief I II and a married daughter residing in :court meets in May. Considerable local tion of four years has spent the win-
ing to Liuisville. Scanlon is the only
Bartow, Ga.SENATOR. i interest is attached to the case. ter seasons in this city. Mrs. Abbottis Orlando Life In
southpaw with the team. Two new
I survived by her husband and one
t Bulletins twirlers, Marks and :Middleton were UNDERWOOD COMING\ son, Karl P. Abbott, her other son
secured from the Three-I loop, where PRESIDENT BLACKMAN RE- having died many years ago. Paragraph

Ticked Off Wire the latter was the premier pitcher SIGNS.
Senator Oscar Underwood and Mrs. Mrs. Abbott had many friends in
during the 1914 season. I Underwood are expected to arrive in Orlando who will regret to learn of MEET AFTER THIRTY YEARS
In the infield, two new The trustees of Rollins College held her death. For a number of
: At Late Hour men are Orlando tomorrow. They will be the years Moses Redshaw, of Bridgeport,
showing in especially fine form. I :an adjourned meeting last week at she resided in this city with her hus- dinner
up Conn.
yesterday a
of :Mrs. Underwood's father enjoyed
guests .which President W. F. Blackman ten- mand and son, when Mr. Abbott was
They are Eddie Miller, formerly with 'Mr. J. H. Woodward. A. H. Wood- the manager of the San Juan hotel. with Mayor Sperry and renewed old
:. WEEK'S PROFIT OF U. S. BIG- the St. Louis Browns, and Claud Derrick ward, owner of the Birmingham base- 't dered his resignation as president,and The deceased was a cousin of Mr. F. time mutual experiences. Mr. Red
GEST IN HISTORYWashington.Secretary an ex-Cub. Derrick has been I the resignation was accepted. It is A. Eaton, of this city. The body shaw is spending the winter at Mt.
ball club arrived in Orlando
yester- 'understood that he will hold his office passed through Orlando yesterday afternoon -
Redfield of called the best shortstop in minor 'I Dora and motored to Orlando yesterday -
day. en route to Bethlehem, N. H., !
the department of commerce told league baseball. His fielding is gilt- until September. If reports are true her old home, for interment, accom- for the day. The mayor and Mr.

President Wilson at the cabinet meet- edged, and he is the possessor of a BREVARD COUNTY CIRCUIT i there will be several other changes in panied by Mr. Abbott and son, CarL Redshaw have not met each other for

ing today that his department showsa marvelous whip. Miller, in build and COURT I the faculty the coming year. thirty years and the meeting was unexpected -
balance for the week ended March in action, greatly resembles Heinie I Rev. Dr. Pratt preached in Tampa BASKET BALL TONIGHTThe and highly pleasureable.

13 $47,229,659 in favor of the Zimmerman the famous infielder of I i last Sunday. -
The circuit court of Brevard county
United States, larger than during any the Cubs. will convene March 23, Judge Perkins Cathedral basket ball team and TOOK BOY TO REFORMATORYJohn

previous week in the history of the Louisville is particularly fortunatein presiding. J. H. Jones, state's attorney : FUNERAL SERVICES SATURDAY one from Stetson will play a game tonight Laeird, 14 years old, was
having one player who play in the Armory, beginning at
country. can I will be present. i taken to the reformatory at Marianna
Cotton exported during the weekno nearly every position acceptably. Funeral services over the remains 8:15 o'clock. Both of the teams are Wednesday by Office Deputy Vivian,

( report from San Francisco) I Jack Stansbury, who has been with !of the late Mr. Henry Austin Brooks, in the pink of condition and a good who returned to Orlando yesterday

amounted to 292,630 bales, making the I the club for several seasons, is at TilE WEATHER I who died in this city Monday night, game is in store for all who attend. I afternoon.

1 total since August 1, 1914, the begin- 'home in the infield, outfield, or behind Florida: Partly cloudy Friday and ;will be held Sautrday morning at 10 Stetson has never been defeated this
'I the bat. He is of Saturday, except rain in north but the ladies of the GOTIIA
ning of the cotton year 6,045,497 a son swat, usually por- ,o'clock from Hand's undertaking par- season young WAS AT YESTERDAYSupt.
bales. i batting around the .300 mark. Calla- tion. Saturday colder in northwest. lors. Rev. E. T. Poulson pastor of Cathedral school are going after them
I J. F. McKinnon visited the
s han, who is also used as a utility man, the Baptist church, will conduct the this time with a vengeance and will [
and
r Take home a beautiful water color was secured last year from the Southern COUNTRY CLUB DANCE services, and the remains will be sent no'doubt defeat the visitors. At any I Gotha school yesterday in excellent morning condi
Found everything
picture from Curtis & O'Neal's. A League. He is a fast fielder and: The Country Club dance.last night "that day to his old home in Nashville, rate take in the game and help the

'+c window of Florida scenes. a timely hitter. was largely attended. :Michigan, for interment. girls. The admission is only 25 cents. tion. i
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(I REDUCED RATES ON ORANGES, SIX AMERICAN OFFICERS TO man of the field artillery, capt.L

HOTELSTHE IN BULK. AND NEW RATESON SEE WAR IN EAST I uel D. Rookenbach of the cavalry,

GRAPEFRUIT, IN
I Capt. Wilson B. Burtt of the infan-
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BULK a Berlin.-A party of six American
try, and Capt. Samuel G. Shartle of
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner army officers left Berlin this afternoon I
5. the coast artillery.
.
Becoming effective on the 11th, instant for the eastern battle front under -
West and Church Streets
the Florida railroads have made the guidance of Capt. Maltzahn.
Splendid service, Exceller.t tooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
eek and substantial reductions in their rateson ;r ; They recently returned from a tour of A professor in the Iowa State Uni-
ooks in the s ate. Rates $7.60 per w up. Special: rates to parties
wishing table board. oranges, when shipped in bulk carloads ,... inspection of the western line. The versity says that the dancing craze
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. ; also on the same date those group is composed of Lieut. Col. Joseph which was prevalent all over the

rates were made to apply on grape- \ E. Kuhn of the engineers, Major country last year was useful in pre-
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fruit, in bulk. There has never before : Clarence C. Williams of the ordnance I venting people from becoming crazy.

The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn been rates any bulk have rates been made on grapefruit.The to apply. i1r 'Tca ; department, Major Dwight E. Ault- What about this year?

from stations in Florida on the Sea-
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIII"'I"'I"I"I"I'I'IIT.
board, Atlantic Coast Line, and some

J. W. HURLEY of their rail connections although, :
1-
for obvious reasons, they do not apply Wanted to Buy i
MANAGER from bay, creek, river and lake land- .j

ings.Advice ,.
has just reached us from '.
Iron Black Eye Whippoorwill, Clay and :
the Florida Growers' and
TOURISTS ATTENTION! Shippers'League -
Cow Peas.FOR
Unknown
,with headquarters in Orlando, J
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando that these rates were established on

Prepared by our New York Cook very short notice under a special per- SALE \
mission of the Interstate Commerce \ .

100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 Commission and are provided for in -
supplement No. 4 to Florida Orange- ri : Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent, '

Pineapple Tariff No. 4. The minimum : Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas !,

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water weight is 24,000 pounds per car. The : and every kind of garden, field and grass seed. : ,

league, for the information and convenience 1,

EMPIRE HOTEL of the shippers throughoutthe a Prices Pure Seeds Fresh
Right Drugs ]
state, made a check of the rates ,

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms and compiled a comparative state-

ment, showing the old and new rates

and the amount of reduction on mini-

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round mum car, as shown below. City Drug Store : |
The new rates cover the Southeastern -
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite
and Eastern markets, extendingas

t ( far west as the Mississippi river vr ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA ;

vJ crossings, as far north as St. Louis, xa8,off,

\. ,F 11. M 7 Louisville and Cincinnati; also Pitts- .'MI . . . . . . . . . . . MMMiiniiiMiii..i
burgh, Buffalo, and practically all Blanch Sweet in the "Warrens of Vir

,. _markets_ .of .any_import east thereof. ginia at The Grand ToXight
Il
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4 Many additional cities embraced in huiLIL1iiJtUI; AN ADDED JOY

this area, not heretofore enjoying bulk VICE-PRESIDENTS TO HAVE DISTINCTIVE -
rates on oranges, are now includedin NAVAL FLAG t

f- the new tariff covering both or- 1; To the letters you re-

anges and old bulk grapefruit.The rates.on oranges had Washington.-Ever since the United ceive if they are writtenon

about become a misnomer for the rea- States became a nation her vice-presi- stationery that is of
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. dents have had to get along without
son that an exceedingly small .
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. amount of business moved in bulk, a naval flag. They have scamperedup fine quality and correct
the sides of warships with nothingbut
an dthen only to nearby markets owing -
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos'in to the excessiveness of those the Stars and Stripes and the shape.
commanding officer's flag flying. No
rates admitted HIGHLAND LINEN
Building in Connections ; consequently as by of that.
the railroads themselves, no effort more
Orlando. Fli. When Vice-President Marshall was fills every requirementof
was made to keep them lined up.
to to San Francisco to
designated
go
They were made a percentage increase the most exacting
represent the president at the exposi-
over the box rates. The new
"' rates have been made 125 per cent. tion, the program included a trip customer because it is
aboard Admiral Howard's flagship.
of the current rates on boxed fruit of "CRANE"
quality.
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND 80 pounds, which is equivalent to the Secretary Daniels' attention was fi2.ffi TJ MTj\)
called to the fact that if the president
same rate in cents per 100 pounds; as ll Jill1YL
W. S. Branch
boarded the Colorado a blue flag witha
an illustration: Rate Arcadia, Fla., to
white would have been raised
New York city, is per box of 80 eagle Jb'llllIIIJ] THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
SHEET METAL CO. while twenty-one guns boomed out a
pounds, 66 cents, which converted intoa welcome.Mr. .
rate per 100 pounds would make the
Daniels announced thereuponthat
rate 82:5 cents, which is, as will be
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos noted from the statement, the bulk when Vice-President Marshall OUR MOTTO :
,
boards the ship a new flag-a whiteone
rate now. The league, in compiling
and Rubber Roofings the figures, used Arcadia, Fla., a rep- up. with Hereafter a blue every eagle vessel-shall will be have run i Small Profits and Quick Returns."

resentative shipping point, as follows:
Cornices, Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings Old New Reduc'n one to be. used when a vicepresidentappears. Get on our Mailing List and let us send you our Price

rate. rate. car. Card from time to time.A .
Atlanta, Ga. ____ 79.5 60 $46.80 sack.
at
of Oats
Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO Athens, Ga. _____ 79.5 60 46.00 Kodak finishing left at Robinson's quantity going $2.25 per

Albany, N. Y. __ ____ 91.25 ____ Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the Hay $1.60 per cwt.
Birmingham ____ 79.5 68.75 25.00 next day. 3-3-tf
Buffalo ________ --__ 91.25 _____ THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. .
Boston _________125.5 88.75 88.20
Baltimore ______108.5 78.75 71.40 Agam we call your attention to the Street and R.R. PHONE 447
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson
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Charleston 75 56.25 45.00 classified ads.

Columbia _______ ____ 68.75 _____
Chattanooga ____ 90 68.75 51.00
The Orlando Meat MarketT. Cairo, 111. _______ 99.5 87.5 28.80
Cincinnati ______ 97.5 82.5 36.00 It Is Time
Knoxville ______
94.5 73.75 49.80
A. YANCY Manager Louisville:: ______ 97.5 82.5 36.00 JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
Memphis _______ 93.5 77.5 38.40 To Plant Vines
Mobile _________ 77 62.5 34.80
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice Macon _________ -72.75 55.6 41.16
New Orleans ___ 77 62.5 34.80
Florida and Western Meats Nashville _______1005 77.5 55.20 Bignonia

New York ______113.5 82.5 74.40 bus line which has been for fourteen
VinestaBougainvillea serving
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Norfolk ________1015 75 63.60 My you
Portland, Me. ___ ____ 93.75 _____ months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
Philadelphia ____110.5 80 73.20
Special' Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders Pittsburgh _____ ____ 90 _____ same time it always
Richmond ______101.5 75 63.60 Palms and Ferns has.TIME
PHONES / Business '13$ P. O. BOX aa6 Raleigh ________ ____ 75 _____ TABLE
Residence, ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Savannah ______ 73.5 56.25 41.40

St. Louis _______
107.5 87.5 48.00
Vicksburg ______ 92 775 34.80 Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front oi Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .

Washington ____1085 78.75 71.40 VIOLET DELLGARDEN

Winston-Salem __ ____ 75 _____
e sell only Yazoo City _____ ____ 62.5 _____ BOUND EAST BOUD
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No advice has been received from

1.re the Florida East Coast railway, as to J. M. CARUTHERS A.M.A.M.| P. M A.M. P. MJ P. M.
Dru > whether or not that line will establish

V bulk rates up to Jacksonville, Fla., to Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. Orlando I 63010.15: 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00
be used in connection with the
new Ocoee -I t
i 7:30 fl.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
rates that have been established Winter Garden 7:45 11:3c 430 8.15 4.45
I V 12.15
therefrom to the markets. The leaguehas
____ written that line to ascertain A BargainLot Oakland 8:00--, 4:30 8.00.- 4.30

what its attitude will be in this respect -

but as explained by Traffic .-_ .
Manager Hoskins, word has not yet rI - -
been received.


-1I11rJy& BERLIN RESTRICTS NUMBER OF I Hammond Gore

AUTOS overlooking Lake

uiieJet1rit, Berlin.-The new regulations restricting Lucerne, $1.600. Must I FUNERAL DIRECTORS. AND EMBAUUERS. I

the number of automobiles I be REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
jj jjQ jjf in Berlin went into effect today, leav- : be seen to appreci-

ing the city almost without this classof COMPARE
ated. Call
vehicle. It was a typical spring
day and a drizzling rain felL Taxi-

cabs were at a premium and privatecars I OUR FURNITUREWe I

; almost entirely had disappeared.Only .
i one-third of the customary num- provide the quality of furniture that has long

ber of machines was available. The been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

antique drawn cab once more was su- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. preme. CARLREAL DANN wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca art make

Then bring_them to us and they will be filled accurately with only thebest The reduction in the street cars this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones

quality compounds of tested strength and purity. which was proposed coincident with I of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not the restriction of the use of automobiles I
allow it.You. has been ESTATECOMPANY
only partly concurredin
& DAVIS BLOCK
- can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. by the authorities. Beginning Tuesday MeNHLL ,
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years.MERUIE'S about half of
the night street Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SL, Orlando, Fla.
PHARMACYTHE cars, instead of all of them will be
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Special each morning this week. To the first 50 Adults entering the North
4 ,f Door on Orange Avenue,we will give a ticket which will entitle you to the
)$J Opportunity of drawing the premium whichc: will give a\\ay free at 10
k : '' o'clock. Person holding ticket must be in the Store at that time, if not an-
other 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 adver-
tisement, 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

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


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



I With Hundreds to every be dollar given of Dollars purchase away in absolutely Beautiful you receive Presents free.a- ROOF GARDEN{ THEATRE{ { TO- NIGHT Coat's Spool Cotton, Challenge Sale I '

ticket, and the one holding the number Price _______4c
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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 re- Dress Ginghams, good heavyweight
ceive one or more of them.
,
Gold Seal Drama. 2 Reels. Cleo Madison,Joe King splendid patterns, lOc.
quality, Challenge Sale Price _____5c
BEST BRAND DRESSGINGHAMS HAUNTED HEARTS."

Imp Comedy Drama. Mary Pickford Fancy Crepes,all new and fresh.
Beautiful line of patterns to choose from. beautiful line to select from,
The Fibber and the Girl.
12 l-2c. quality, Challenge Sale price 25c. quality, Challenge Sale

71-2 Price --------______________12j c
Nestor Comedy

"Nettie the Pride of the Firehouse." Bleached Muslin, full yard wide,
See Our Big Four Page free from dressing, Challenge

Circular for Special Sale Price -------_____________ ePrices
Admission Free Until 6:30 p.m. Nights, 5 c. and 1 0 c.



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THE DAILY THE BOARD OF SIDELIGHTS Mrs. Annie Lee Warren and Mr.
TRADE. Geo. C. Keller returned yesterday afternoon -

South Florida SentinelMORNING The present Board of Trade faces (By W. S. Branch) from Bowling Green, Ky.,
where they had been to accompanythe
AND WEEKLYW. 51 weeks. remains of the late Mr. Robert
.. ...............
.. C.M. ESSINGTON GLENN ........... .. Manager EdiUrW. The keystone in our national archis If for any reason your interest has McSwine brother of Mrs Warren.
the farmer. Likewise the keystonein been lagging in the work of the Boardof
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando, Florida -
the arch of any city is the commer-
ms Second Class Mail Matter. Trade, now is a good time to make {
cial and business interests. In the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES former if the staples fail there is a new start. The new officials need
DaD,.. 1 Year .......... ............ $5.00 case the assistance of
n
Dalrr. i Month ...................... 2-60 depression; in the latter case if the every business and
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.26 business men of a city become tardyin professional man in the city. F FOR SALEA .
Dail,.. 1 Month ....................... 60 "Many
their obligations a city's progressis hands make "
Weekly, 1 Year ...................... '1.00 curtailed. light work. If each citizen -
and property owner will contribute -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Orlando's trade body holds withinits
ADVANCETO little effort and time Before
palm this city's prosperity. The a great Long
ADVERTISERS: things may be accomplished. The I
Board of Trade has the power to bring
C.,,. f.r duple and all .th r bandcetdrertlrinr added prestige to Orlando and like- Board of Trade has done far more
Bait be handed in at the ".&inn.
-: than all other
agencies combined
C..f the Sentinel not later than Z p. .. wise it has the power to cause retro- to
This role applies keep Orlando and The thoughts uppermost in a woman'smind
the day Ware publication.advcrtiiinc it UtaTanable gression. Which will you have? Why, growing improving.Come new two-story
U chancre for contract :
on in, the water's fine. will be .what to wear" for summer.
ke strictly adhered to.
and will prosperity and prestige. And to pro- eight room modern t
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued cure these essential elements requires -0- To some the prospects of planning for a
should notify the o;Lee in writing on Every one who has visited Central and unique dwell-
co-operation. Dress, a Costume or a Dainty Lingerie
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
Park, New York Lincoln
continued at the regular subscription rates, Dow, Estes, Reese, Holbrook, John- city Park, ing, with doublesleeping Gown is a proposition of such magnitude
until notice to reertved.Telephone Chicago, other
stop or large
Numb r .ui..................... 24 son, Christ, Howard and Rose can not knows that any no matter how city attractivethe park, porches, that even the .thoughts' of what to wear
give Orlando the place in the state
FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. trees, flowers modern and '
and nation that it deserves unless or shrubbry may be, garage stimulates the nervous s-stem. .
about three-quarters of all the
there is a united.body behind them. peopleone butlers quarters,
The Colonels' are coming'today.. meets are asking the way to the
To bring to Orlando greater pub-
!
o "zoo." A cage of monkeys and twoor very pretty location Let Us AetAs
finer
licity, more capital, citizenry, -
Go out today and root for the home varied improvements, diversified interests three bears will draw more people overlooking Lake

team-the Barons. and to promote a unit of feel- and hold more attention than acres of Eola. $4500.00 will

o and it is landscape gardening and hundreds of the family physician by of a
ing mutuality, highly imper- this if way t
Speaking of old-fashioned winters, rare trees and plants. Even the few buy taken
ative that the Board of Trade meetings change our formulas are not excerpts
what's the matter with this one? It's should be more largely attended.You swans that we have on Lake Eola and now, it is a bargain. taken from the recognized Pharmacopeiaof
Lake Lucerne
are an endless of
source
gone not sit in clusters of two
can
-o amusement to both children and he medical world but from the STYLO-
and three in dingy offices while a
Every invention causes men to adults. All of which leads to the
Board of Trade meeting is in session na-ture
worry why they did not think of it nd know what is transpiring at that thought that we ought to begin the and Fashions Latest Fancies .
first. collection of zoological specimens for
meeting and what the ardent mem-
o Lake Eola park. A couple of pairs of

There never was a more perfect bers are Orlando's doing.If Board of Trade is to monkeys, some rare birds and a few $S..G.Dolive & SonREAL OUR STORE IS TIlE CENTRALIZATION

day as regards a bright sun in a clear have a notable year the first thing specimens of the wild animals that are < POINT FOR THE LATEST IN NEW
sky than yesterday. found in Florida could be procuredand SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
I
that must be done is to get the mem- .
kept at a small and wouldbe
o bers to the meetings.It expense ESTATENo.
Times are certainly improving in would cause ill feeling if the Sen- a great attraction. Some lively
this section. We never see half as tinel were to publish every week a alligators would make a good start. 3 WEST PINE STREET Gathered together from all centers of

many idlers now as we did a short complete list of the members of the We believe A. M. Nicholson would Second Floor the textile world, here you will find under

time back. Board of Trade who did not attend the contribute a few specimsn of Florida one roof, absolutely the very "choice of the

'- o meeting, and then to point to these I creeping and crawling animals. choicest," and arranged in such a manner

An exchange says that a Coloradoman men as representative citizens, striv- select materials for is
that to a garment
who has been twice in the insane
ing for Orlando's prosperity and future -1-
asylum has been sent to the legislature greatness.No a decided pleasure, a pleasure that carries

all of which shows that the disease the first essential is to forget with it many happy thoughts of a decision

is steadily progressing. any petty jealousy that may exist,put to renew our acquaintance in the near fu- '

o your shoulder to the wheel; don't sulk ture.
Orlando has a new fire truck and around but work; don't hinder, boost;
the citizens were out watching the fulfill your first obligation to the '

firemen a few days ago with interest. Board of Trade and attend the meet-
Florida towns and cities have taken ings.A Do You Realize 'VE E IPHASIZEOur -

\ to the automobile fire apparatus o values, which are rarely, if ever

quickly and the new fire fighting ma- MOVEMENT TO RESTRICT equalled at the END of the season.
chine in Orlando is operated by gaso- ARMIES AND NAVIES. .

line and gets over the ground in good A movement to bring about the Your Insurance Contract Sometimes 'VE PARTICULARIZE-

style and at a rapid pace. The ma- world-wide restriction of armies and Saves You From
chine is up to date and will be a splen- navies by international agreement Bankruptcy ? .
did asset to the Orlando fire
depart-
after the European war is over is be-
ment.Times-Union. ing organized by the American Leagueto THEREFOREIt WAFFLE CLOTHS

o Limit Armaments, at its headquarters OTTOMAN WEAVES !

It would appear from press dis- at 43 Cedar street, New York TUSSAH CREPESMARQUISETTES
patches that Great Britain has Ger- city, through correspondence and per- stands to reason that it should be cor-

many's commerce destroyers almost sonal conferences with recognised rectly drawn so that you can realize on SILK ORGANDIES
obliterated. Only two are free, the leaders of public thought in a number DRESDEN VOILES
Karlsruhe and the Kronprinz Wilhelm. of foreign countries.The it when you have a fire. It is as necessary FLOWERED VOILES

The Prinz Eitel Friedrich is internedat actual reduction of armamentsby as the examination of the title to POMPADOUR RICE CLOTHS
your
Newport News. Submarines are any nation while the present war I FLOWERED AND CHENE

Germany's most potent asset. A naval is in progress is not advocated or ex- property. LAWNS

fight in the North sea should be the pected by the league, but it is actingon I RIPPLE CREPES

next thing on the war calendar. the belief that the time is alreadyat For Rates and other Information Call LEND HANDKERCHIEF

0 hand to organize for the move- LAWNS

IT IS PLAINNONSENSE ment, even in the belligerent coun- I on or Phone NEW ENGLAND ORGANDIES

tries, so that wherever the movement LACE GRENADINES
Dihu Root as a Republican candi- should have influence it will be well SHADOW DIMITIES

date for president in 1916 is mere under way as soon as its influence is SWISS EMBROIDERED

bosh, for he served his final usefulnessin needed. VOILES

the campaign of 1908. And besides -
he is 72 years old; he would stir Some day the civilized world will
S. Y. WAY
up hatred and severe feeling, and bless the United States for not going
could only be an element of dissension about looking for trouble.

between. the two groups of Republicans. I full of from
In a range prices ranging
The so-called "boom" set in WANTED-Small furnished house. Insurance and Real Estate Agent
Desire to care for some one's winter 12c. to $1.50 a yard.
motion N. Y.
by Albany, Republicansis
home during the summer. Address
tame, weak and devoid of sanity. I"XYZ" care Sentinel. 3-19-3t SPECIALS FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY

1 PHONE 172THORNTON WEDNESDAY

NICE THINGS ABOUT t
BROTHER EDITORS. DoctorsBnckinaster I I WINDSOR AND PLISSE CREPES

Arcadia has two splendid newspapers & Brunte 25 pieces of all this season's designs and .

the DeSoto County News beinga colorings, a charming fabric for Kimonas,
daily, and the Arcadia Enterprise,
a OSTEOPATHS
sold at 25c.
Tea Gowns, etc., Regularly a
weekly. Editor Langford, of the i Personal instruction under Dr. Still
at Kirksville, Mo. yard,
News, goes to Tallahassee as repre-
sentative from DeSoto county, and an- I 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 17c.
National Bank. Phone 578.
other Mr. Jones will be in his chair -
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during his absence. The Enterpriseis I'. MtMltlliillMllllilllllliiiltHfMlinillilltMUMIillMllllltlMM- DOLLY ARDEN VOILES

presided over by Editors Carter and I liiilUt 15 pieces of Dainty Designs, all 1915

McBride. I found all of these gen- patterns, on white and colored grounds.
tlemen to be very genial indeed, and I
Regular 25c. values.
seel sure that :Mr. Langford will work
earnestly for a horticultural bill dur- PARKis Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, I9c.

ing the next session. Editor
Wright,
DRESS AND SHIRTING MADRAS
in Florida Grower.
25 pieces of Fancy Stripes on White

BILLY SUNDAY o AND but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play Grounds, two and three toned stripe com-


COLD CASH.Statistics from. cities where Billy ground of the city. binations.

Sunday, the evangelist, has lecturedin Regular 25c. and 30c. values.

received recent nearly years discloses$200,000.that This he is has a Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 21c.


large obtained earning and a considerable from it :Mr.' portion.Sundayhas lots now selling at low prices and special inducements t

One very naturally inquires, "If the offered to those who build this season.
material rewards are so large whyare

suggests there not another more inquiry Sundays, ?"If" This the Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or DICKSON YES CO.

earnings from steel and oil are so ask dealer.TAYLOR
great why are there not more Carne- your .
gies and Rockefellers?" It all sim-

mers down to the supremacy of spe

cialization. There was only one .DEP ART ME NT STORE.

Washington, Napoleon, Marconi Ful- I
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ton, Moody, Franklin, Raphael, Cicero,

Mergenthaler, McCormick, Greeley, 1 & THORNTON \'. ORLANDOYS FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

Lincoln, Plato, Clemens, Lee, Mozart, The Store of true service, of never.failing courtesy I

Burns, Whitney, and many others who of fair dealing, of trustworthy mCr
specialized in the arts and sciences. chandise, at right prices

Likewise, there is only one Edison, Proprietors .
Wilson Bell, Riley, many others, and ORLANDO FLORIDA"
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@rluu 1SS GRANDTODAY I "GET IT AT
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ntitty I : ALLEN'S"e

11 Open 2
p. m. and 6:30 p. m. II
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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR halls," which was made the center- Admission 5 Cents
piece for the end of the room near the
March 19th20th. Irish and .
piano. songs were sung u t
Irish airs played to dance by until the w .IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.'
Friday hour came for the game of "Jive hundred JESSE L. LASKYIn TODAY'S PROGRAM
Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs.S. ," which was played until ten- Met or. In two parts with :Matt.
E. Ives, Jr.. hostess. thirty and then prizes were given. Associationwith Moore and Florence Lawrence, in
Meeting of U. D. C.; Mrs. D. C. Miss Freibertshauser and Mr. Smith "The Girl Who Won." tl 4
Thompson, hostess. had the best scores. Mrs. Shinn and Nestor. Comedy. Mile Never Saida ; 1 s
Nullos Club; Mrs. Merle McElroy, Mr. Nathan secured second best, while Word" with Eddie Lyons, Victoria
hostess. i Mrs,'McCarrolt won the "slam" prize DAVID BELASCO Ford and Lee :\1 0 ran.Five .
Saturday and Miss Neidstein the consolation.The '
cents to all.
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; score cards were pictures and Presents %\r'
Mrs. Davis, hostess. rhymes of Ireland and the slam tallies
Entre Nous Club; Miss Miriam. were shamrocks." After refreshmentswere Mr. W. W. P. Easterbrook, of Horn I o
Fudge, hostess.:: served, which consisted of pistachio BLANCHE SWEETIn Texas is in Orlando visiting Mr. and AN OPEN FACE WATCH 0
-0- ice cream cut in form of sham- Mrs. J. L. Feinberg at their home on 11
A MOST CHARMING rocks, and cake, also in same pattern Gray street. Mr. Easterbrook is an is no more than our method of conducting business.
open /; Throughnever
PARTY YESTERDAY.The with fancy cakes besides, a merry uncle of Mrs. Feinberg's and is on a
Straley home on North Orange hunt was given upon announcementthat prospecting tour and it is hoped that misrepresenting,;, and selling at a moderate price, we have established -
avenue was the scene of a decidedly : a "Blarney Stone" was waitingto Jrlando will appeal to him so that be a clientele which we prize more than any one thing. Let
charming party yesterday afternoon' be found. After a lot of "kandy will locate. D us show you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets, etc.
when Mrs. Skye V. Straley entertained i kisses" were disposed of the prizes > i
at auction in honor of her two were given Miss Dietrich and Miss .
house guests, Mrs. Sinclair, of New : Nathan Mr. Connelly and Mr. Heath. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
York, and Miss Peck, of Virginia. I The Virginia reel was enjoyed by all n ,
Artistically arranged.boquets of roses, and songs and dancing were indulgedin LucerneTODAY
d]
carnations and water lilies made the until a late hour. 1.:1-: k A_ .
reception hall and library most at- I The following guests were present: ,
tractive, and eight tables of players Mr. and Mrs. Freibertshauser, Miss .
enjoyed the afternoon, a number com- Clara Freibertshauser, Mr. and Mrs. - -- -
ing in at five o'clock for tea. The Heath Mr. and Mrs. Hahn, Mr. and .
first prize, an exquisitely carved cut :Mrs. Nathan Miss Nathan, Mr. and '
glass:' nasturtium vase, was won by Mrs. Shinn, Mrs. J. Head Mrs. E. G. The Greatest Vaudeville At- OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
Mrs. Wood, of Chicago, who is theguest Rogers, Mrs* Isbell Mrs. Fritz Mrs. with
traction offered the only
of Mrs. Mather-Smith, at Oak- Haersrich Dr. Waldron Miss Ludlow, ever pure white lead and Pure
land. Miss Romaine Clarke receivedthe :Miss Dietrich, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. People of Orlando linseed oil aa a base. There are
second prize, which was a dainty her Mrs. lIcCarrollliss Blood car-I 0 y c cheapening substitutes, but not inC
Lud vase, also cut in a beautiful.de Schill Mr. Smith, Mrs. Ford, 0 "CATES"SAXOPHONIC o the paints we sell. And let us tell
sign. The scores were kept on at- Neidstein, Mr. Thomson.
SYMPHONIC
you it to such
tractive pink and white cards. -0- pays buy paints just sIt
At the close of the games, a musical ROSALIND CLUBAFTERNOON BANDGuaranteed pays to buy the best butter or

program was rendered by Mr. I YESTERDAY.The to be the World's PuITEi freshest eus.Orlando .
Fritz Hauer, violinist, accompanied by Rosalind Club afternoon yester-
Mr. Mac Tallman. Both played in day was emblematic of St. Patrick's Greatest and most Meritorious LEA tANN jj
their usual splendid manner. day, the score cards, for the five ta- Kokd Musical Attraction."IN Paint & Wall Paper Co
Elaborately embroidered cloths were bles of bridge being of that design.A V $
spread; over the card tables and a salad course was served. Miss An-I 205 S. Orange Avenue
tempting lunch was served which included toinette Slemons was chairman of the
stuffed tomatoes, chicken pat- hospitality committee, and Mrs. Phil THE JURY ROOM"A COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
ties, hot rolls, cheese straws, and iced Slemons, Mrs. C. G. Brown, and Miss
tea, later followed by sherry mousse Mary Howard, assistants. The prize Thanhouser Special Feature -
and cake, the color scheme being in was won by Mr. Harvey.PRESBYTERIAN .
keeping with the St. Patrick season. -0-- complete in two parts.
Besides the two honor g"UestsIrs.. SUPPER
Straley was assisted by Mrs. Charles HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL.The WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Tremaine, Miss Noble, and her beau- ladies of the Presbyterianchurch
tiful daughter, Miss Virginia, who, gave a customary delightful "CAUGHT IN THE PARKA hear this before Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
gowned in an adorable ruffled lace I supper at the church parlors last a Picturization of the extraordinary I Something new Something New !
satin directed theguests which Keystone Komedy. "Nuff Try it. Ask Abou. it.
frock over pink ; evening was largely attended. i Belasco Dramatic Hit
r Lunch ready for the table. For one, for two, for
upstairs to leave their wraps. Following the supper a program of Sed." Complete put up
Mrs. Straley sustained her enviable music and literary numbers was given. three or more
reputation of always entertaining in Box lunches were sold. Mr. W. "THE WARRENS OF Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
an unusually delightful manner and S. Branch showed his generous spiritby COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
yesterday's affair was one of the love- bringing one to the hungry editorof "VIRGINIA"An POTATO SALAD
liest it has been Orlando society's the Sentinel for his midnight lunch. "THE MYSTERIOUS MR.
good fortune to enjoy this season. -0-- DAVEY"A J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
The hostess was beautifully gownedin TO ARRIVE FROM\ exceptional Paramount Pic I -
an afternoon gown of white crepe E NEW YORK. ture. Vitagraph Comedy. Phone 26
de chine cut on the new lines. Mrs. 'I Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Annabel, of i i i ii I
Sinclair wore jet over black satin,I Waverly N. Y., are expected to arrive j iI I i,I SOME SHOW
and Miss Peck was unusually attract- I in Orlando this week to remain i
ive in a white crepe de chine frock for two or three months. About a SIX BIG PARTS SIX
trimmed in silk embroidered lace. I year ago Dr. and Mrs. Annabel"'purchased ':i Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
two building lots on Last colonial SAME LITTLE PRICES
AN INTERESTING I Drive, one of the prettiest thor-
TRAVEL TALK. oughfares in Orlando, and intend to 'I HEAR -THAT ORCHESTRA" ..1 1
t On Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock begin the erection of a commodiousbungalow -
Mr. William J. Fordney a tourist on one of them soon after j
from Lancaster, Pa., gave a very interesting they arrive in Florida. j I
travel talk at Tourist Head- --0- I\ 10 cents 20 cents FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
t
the "Deaths and I
quarters on subject HERE AND THERE |
How Disposed of in Some Countries, CLUB. I
After Death." The subject was a Mrs. Harry Lake, East Amelia avenue \'i FOR SALE-Six room house, bungalow -
novel one, but the talk was not only was hostess yesterday afternoon i I|I style, two porches trunk room, Established 1886CURTI'S !
very interesting but also very instructive to the Here and There Club the af-I,', and electricity. This month cheap.
gas
and the audience of tourists ternoon being delightfully passed in Ten minutes walk to the postoffice.
enjoyed it very much giving their fancy work and telling stories. Daf- | M. E. II., Sentinel. 3196tcOSTEOPATHY
strict attention to the lecture throughout. '
fodils and roses constituted the decorations -
This was the third travel talk I Delicious refreshments were I & O'NEAL
lecture that Mr. Fordney has given at I served. Invited guests were Miss
Tourist Headquarters during the past Alice Peck Mrs. Gillette and Mrs. I
few weeks, and each one of them was I Peter Palen.ANNUAL ,
interesting, entertaining and instructive --0--
held the close attention of I INSURANCE LOANS
and he BANQUET DR. J. C. HOWELL
the audience throughout each lecture,
SATURDAY AUCTION Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
the only criticism expressed regardingany BRIDGE CLUB.A .
of them was, that there was not Kirksville Graduate RENTALS
delightful annual banquet REAL ESTATE
was Consultation Free
in
enough of it. Mr. Fordney speaks
held at the San Juan hotel last !
entertaining even- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
a pleasant manner
very
ing by the Saturday Auction Bridge
and carries his audiences with him HoteL
throughout his lectures.ST. Club. Following the banquet the eight i I Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
-0- ladies indulged in cards in the par- Orlando. Fla.WOOD.

PATRICK'S DAY lors. ,
PARTY, DUKE HALL. --0--
The St. Patrick's day party at Duke SOCIETY NOTESOF
Hall Wednesday night began at six INTEREST.
o'clock, a reception being held for half There may be some April Fool parties
an hour before entering the dining April 1. For SaleHouse
room. Upon reaching the places as- Society affairs have been more num-
signed them, all the guests remained erous this year than in past seasons. S2.00 Per Strand
standing, and taking the real St. Pat- The hotel dances have attracted
rick's pipe, tied with green ribbon, large crowds this year.A Veneer CoresAT eight rooms. 'Lot 65%x167. Price
which was placed at each plate gavea pretty St. Patrick's day partywas
puff and a salute to St. Patrick be- that given by Miss Marian D.
fore being seated. Every one was in McCullough America street, Wednes- ALL TIMES $4500.00. A bargain. .
costume with hats of emerald green day afternoon.
and gentlemen with ties to match. The Kappa Epsilon alumnae in Orlando Orlando Wood YardB.
After supper the reception hall was were entertained at a two
entered and the guests admired the course luncheon by Mrs. Otto Grasse, W. Kingsley, Proprietor
decorations of roses asparagus fern of New York at the Cornish Tea PINE STREET AND R. R.
and sweet peas, and were especially Room Wednesday afternoon followingthe Telephone 344
enthusiastic over the "harp-o'-gold." Athletics-Barons baseball game, 9-30 IliMMilOIIMIMMMIIMIIilllllllMiiMIIM '"
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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 32! INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tube

30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 '.

7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3j! INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 x BYz ________$11.60 12. 0 2.70

5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER 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 4t ______1-S27.35 28.70 5.20

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CUT PRICES SELECTED MANATEE LANDSOn COUNTY i .umber LaThs and Shinglet. -

SENTINELWANT the Gulf highlands of the fam-
ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor-
f; TO GETREADY dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
pers of grapefruit and oranges;heavy
S and early shippers of winter vegeta-
r CASH bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
mate; invigorating salt air from the
gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
sian wells; this proved and tested
The Morning Sentinel Want land close to transportation surrounded -
65 acres Sanford and Orlando I Directory i. the Greatest Want by prosperous groves and ORJ AJSTDO
Brick Road. i iI Ad Medium in Orlando. farms we offer at a low price on
I small payment down balance ten
Terms Cash in Advance. years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow
5 Room House, close in. Easy to pick from. Immense leap in
Terms. RATES values will follow. This special offeris

For One Day -------....___25t<< not to speculators but ot those Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Dayg ___________50e who will actually develop the land.
For Six Day ___.----------.75c Exceptionally fine class of residents
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month _:_________$2. 0 coming in.
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This rate applies on all ads of Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- CO. ..
Seminole tains more than 25 words the rate Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.2211moc .
will be one cent word for
per
Acerage, 3 miles out easy each additional. word for each in-

terms. sertion.If you can't bring your ad to FOR RENT 3lHJ.1PHr"onw n4"
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts .
the above. opened by telephone will be FOR RENT FURNISHEDOwnerwould .
payable the following day. rent for summer his home
completely furnished; large lot; rose
Every Home-Every Business garden; plenty of foliage; a choice
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a proposition, to family of adults only.
Sentinel Want Ad. Address Rose Garden Sentinel office.

Watkins Block PHONE 104 3-18-6tc KINCAID fluff SNOVBENOrlando's \

FOR SALE TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
for permanent occupancy a modern "
-For Fine FOR SALE-At a bargain if sold six room house with bath; rent very
low to desirable people. Mr.J. L 200
at house of *
,
once seven rooms;
WATCH, CLOCK and screened porch, bath, trunk room,and West Concord avenue. 3-I6-2w Largest and Cheapest
REPAIRING large closets, gas and electric lights;
JEWELRY
splendid location; five minutes from FOR RENT-Five room cottage, with
xjstoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire bath completely furnished from
call on C. VATER whois Owner 312 North Main. 3-18-121 first of April for summer or for the FURNITURE HOUSE
year. Mrs. Gertrude McDade 307 ,
at this trade
an expert FOR SALE-400: Lu Gim Gong 3 year Broadway. 3-16-61
with many years experience old nursery trees, budded from the
mother tree a large number of 3 $3.50 PER WEEK-Rooms in the best
; year
Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
old orange and grapefruit trees ready part of the city but a step to everything -
*.t Youngs Repair Shop for planting now. Whole nursery stock ; large verandahs; hot and cold a
Opp. Pest Office Pine StreetOSTEOPATH will be sold. Address Alabama Lodge, water. The St. James West and
Winter Park or telephone 461 Winter South streets. 3-16-6t .
Park. 3-18-6tc
FOR RENT FOR SUMMER SEASON
LOOK-18! flne city lots for sale. OR LONGER-One bungalow -
Also furnished or unfurnished new and modern in every detail. r
houses for summer rental. Price and Also one 2-story house. Both com-
terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton owner pletely furnished. Both well located.
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 215 South Main street opposite Small family of adults will have the
Methodist church. Phone 99. preference. Apply to Orlando Building -
Office corner Orange Avenue and -27-lmo* and Land Co., opposite San Juan Clearance Sale'OF
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg hotel.'! 3-14-6t

Phone 419. FOR SALE-A good work horse; .
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- FOR RENT-Small flat modern conveniences
quite No. 19 East Pine street at A. unfurnished. Jas. A.
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo Knox. 11-3-tf
.
StrawberriesFresh FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
to adults 409
only. Delaney street.
cottage seven rooms and bath
modern conveniences, roomy porches, t 10-25-tf J
Vegetables excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf WANTED Gas Heaters

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully FARM WANTED-Small farm near
Guaranteed
Eggs equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, Orlando, with house, horse wagon,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at cow and farming tools. Good land
Ford Garage Church street. 2-12-tf and reasonable price. Address L.

Pure Florida HoneyN. Herrman Lake Worth, Fla. 3-18-6t Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-

FOR SALE-:Story: & Clark upright
WANTED TO BUY small home not
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle far out with trees and shrubbery ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
J. HoneySee Weeks in the recent contest will be
must be neat and attractive and
building sold for fund.benefit Piano of Baptist may be church seen cheap.number.Describe Address fully Northerner with price care and out during the month of March at the following prices:

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :M. E. Sentinel. 3-18-61
Weeks 10 Washington street.

-13-tfc WILL TRADE lot on east side for $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
our window display good Ford auto. See Baxter Long
FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar 15 West Church street. 3-18-31
of Heintz goods. in A-l condition; cheap; for 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor YOU CAN MAKE A DASH WITH A
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. LITTLE CASH .
1-4-tf We can fit you out with just the 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
kind of a new spring suit you have

CARUTHERS & GORE} FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock been novelty wanting.serge No or matter Palm whether Beach our itsa 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
and tools best farm in I
county; va- stock is complete. Slemons will fur-
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- nish the dash if you furnish the cash.
!o-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock Slemons Dept. Store. 3-17-4t

New Modern G Grocery er.ildg.., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk.1-16-tfc own- Umbrellas recovered and repaired BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT..

"while you wait," at Young's Repair
JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
Phone 200 the most important items in successful -
growing of fruits and vegetables.Talk TRAVELING COMPANION set-
with H. C. McDaniel. He has tled man of education and refine-
6 and 8 East Pine St. made a success of growing both. He ment seeks a position as traveling .
ells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"brand. companion and nurse. Has had along
His experience is worth something experience in attending the sick
to you. Phone 708. and afflicted. Best references can be
2-26-lm given. Address T. A. N., Sentinel ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. .
office. 3-13-6tc
FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome I
OaodoashiogtooDRAWING for small family; garden LOST-Between San Juan hotel and GAS DEPARTMENTEstablished
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- my home auto top cover. Please A
return to L. A. San Juan
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion I Beeman
hotel.
i avenue. 3.7imo'FOR 3-13-6t
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SALE NOW IS THE TIME to take sewing ).,J.. 4
ROOM lessons and make up your spring -
75 suitable for citrus
acres culture s
and summer clothes. Miss Echols is
and truck farming, bordering on a responsible for fit and style of all
Car lake and has 1870 "
Sleeping pretty one-half mile dresses made under her. Cutting and
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford fitting done for those who wish to R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. S1or"
brick road, this frontage being adapted sew at home. Room 41, Watkins Pioneer Paint & Wall Paper
First Car March 16 for nice home sites could be sub- block. After office hours, Willola 132 Park Place New York finley's
on divided into 40 building plots 60x200 hotel. 3-13-6* Dealers and Commission ,
Wholesale
feet each leaving, about 60 acres for
citrus fruits and truck farming; five CONTRACTORR. Merchants: in Florida Oranges Has always on hand a large and' well selected '

VIA minutes stores hotel walk, school to railroad and churches.station N. SEYMOUR is the man to see and Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
When consider location before letting contract if you are go- Wall Finishes and Painters
and Supplies.
you good ing to build and want the best house Represented by Brushes, k
Atlantic Coast Line transportation facilities with other
possible for money invested.P. Geo. ,V. Tull, Orlando Fla.
advantages the
propertf's'real value O. Box 195. LPhone 478. CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad of the South i I is $7,500. It is owned by a nonresident 2-18-1moc Liberal advances made on con-
who needs money. He author- signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who- WHY BE TROUBLED with that .
ever buys this property gets a bargain. cough sore throat and croup when R. E. Cocnran: President.T.
For further particulars, call on you can get relief by using Lee's L. Turner Treasurer. FINLEY'S PIONEER
Tuesdays Thursdaysand E. C. Young room 10, McNeill &
Sore Throat and Cough Remedy. J. C. l-22-2m
Davis
building, corner Church street
SaturdaysLeaving and Orange avenue. Orlando. Taber is worth 601 West its weight Amelia in avenue gold;saysit ask PHONE 646 HO A E 67 Corner Pine and Court

1-31-tfc him. For sale by City Drug Store.

Orlando on Train 82, Price 25c. 3-16-61
I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc-
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fridays tion nor any city lots outside of BUYERS AND SELLERSI AUTO FOR HIRE
and Saturdays.For . the corporation, though I have some buy sell rent, and exchange real CLASS REP AIRI G-
splendid building lots near Lake Eola estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., FIRST
Reservations and Tickets and they will be priced on their mer- over 30 years. Have handled over BARNARD & SON
call on A. C. L Local Ticket its. See the owner and save commis- 20000000. Call and see me. The 1ar1etOF
Agent. 2-26-lmo sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.FOR 17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla.

I FRESH VEGETABLES and 12-10-lm( CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- I strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI)
per Colony for sale at a bargain if'' 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 vegetables will be given low FRESH AND SALT MEATS

acres Orange of county as good; 7 acres land as In cultivation there is in; prices. 2-20-lmo Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary condition.

all under fence; 6 room house auto Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh
and wagon sheds feed barn stables. CHIROPRACTOR and
corn crib and poultry house and D. K. DavidsonGOLF pare.
some farming toots go with crop place. graduate Davenport College 17 and We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hare
S. S. Bowman Taft Fla. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone in the Meat Luna
everything
DR. L H. RAMSDEU 219d&wklmoTake INSTRUCTOR 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
being restored to health by chiro-
ORLANDO.OPTOMETRIST- FLORIDAWE your Kodak films to Robinson. Orlando Country Club practic adjustments the new scienceof H. l\a: Self & Co.
the of disease. Elimination
33tfAn removing cause -
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Telephone No. 249. free. 12-: -lmo PHONE NO. 80= PINE
AND DO ALL KINDS OF 8x10 Kodak STREET
enlargement free j I I
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ItemsChuluota and from the party, and the eveningwas NOTES OF WEDNESDAY'S BIG GOOD EXAMPLE SET BY RAILROADS grapefruit as cheaply as the roads ting grapefruit on their bills of fare

CTuluota 'I very pleasantly spent while there. GAME which have their terminals in the cit- at reasonable prices can hardly be

All report a good time. rus belt," further remarked this gen- ;overestimated. Florida doubtless will
Fla., March 17.-We The Misses Mathers gave a pleasant Although Wally Schang, the bril- "Some of the railroads are doing tleman. "Nevertheless, it is serving :
the the railroads
and cold weather I the folks at the liant receiver of the Athletics, appreciate help areI
still having rain party to young was
good work in the educational cam- very large grapefruit, 36s I should I them in their efforts to
and climate. 'home of :Mr. and Mrs. Billie Jacobs catching in mid-season form Wednes- giving develop
this season
paign for a greater consumption of say, at 10 cents per half portion or 'a' sufficient demand to take the
Mrs. Billie Jacobs, G. last week! on Thursday night. The day afternoon he really "had very rapidly -
and
Mr. grapefruit and among these the L. & 15 cents for a full portion. The fruit I of the
increasing production statein
T. Jacobs spent Friday in evening was spent in games and mu- little" on George Hale, of the Barons. "
and J.
N. is worthy of special mention, was which I had on my trip was of good
lando. sic. The hostesses served refresh- This sturdy young man was throwing the statement made by a prominent quality, and a man who would eat a grapefruit.
ments of fudge and cake. ;to the bases like fiend and
Henry Futch and children, of punch i a nippedtwo citizen of Florida who recently re-I whole one would need very little else JOIN DUVALL PARTY TO NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Frank wakenedup of the :Mackites in
Story daring
Point, came over last week to one turned from a northern trip over the for his breakfast." YORK, NIGHT' OF 27th. SPECIAL
the children's grandmother, Mrs. P. from their sweet dreams of peace stanza-the sixth. South Atlantic limited. The influence on the fruit consum- COACH VIA ATLANTIC COAST
last night by a hilarious ,I t I.
Long. Wednesday "The L. & N. does not run into ing public of the good example set by LINE. RATE $17.60. PHONE 441.
serenading around their home. On '1! Sloan walked in the last of the
Cleveland Jacobs, of City southern Florida and can not buy radrodas such as the L. & N. in put- 3-18-tfc
coming down to see what was up they eighth. With :McBride at bat Schang
came over and spent several found almost the entire neighborhood dropped the ball and allowed it to
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. standing at their door waiting for ad- roll a few feet. Sloan was half way

Jacobs, last week. mittance. When the house was openedthe to second when Schang quickly
FOUR STEEL TRAINS
The sick folks are all about visitors filed in with their pack- scooped up the ball. The Baronial

again, excepting Mrs. J. W. ages. After some time spent with rightfielder, knowing the wicked wingof
who has been confined to her bed games and music, Mrs. Lizzie Jacobs, the Athletics' star, spurted to return -

two weeks with quinsy. assisted by Mrs.* Tilden Jacobs and to first-but too late, as the ball TO THE: NORTH-"WEST

Mrs. W. F. Brannon visited Miss Ethel Collins, opened up the shot like a bullet into McInnis' mit a

mother, Mrs. Daniels, at Geneva to'I packaages and served a delicious trifle of a second ahead of the slid- ,

week. i lunch of sandwiches, cookies, cakes, ing outfielder. No liberties could be .. I .. .:..=-- ': ill JII (.)
Miss Sadia Blackburn, who has ,fudge and grapejuice to the happy taken with either catchers, : . ,
Schangand ::,:::: w. -.- ::::: I '. ,
teaching at Lockwood, finished crowd. The party was enjoyed by all Hale. i I. II ; ::: : ;::: ; I thO.'I"III"_ ,

term Friday and came home I ana the young pair-' who were sur-,i s s .- ...:..:.: I:: ; ..:.:.1

Edwin Jacobs and Joe Nixon prised stated they enjoyed it very I I Omar Hardgrove, the star pitcherof : .. ;; I 1ii ;::
Sunday at Mullet lake, near much and asked that it might be re the Barons, was handicapped by : NIGHT' nrGNTI :
NI I HT
Clifford Smith, of Geneva, peated. the cold raw wind. However, if his M MIMG :: :. .,
over and spent the week-end with The young folks at Currieville gavea support had not crumbled at critical -r

L. Brown's family. pillau Friday night. All report a moments the Athletics would have had . .
Leon Cunningham left Monday pleasant time. difficulty in scoring. The Athletics . 7 O .:..."h:. . 11\\ ' .... .. . I
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Brooker, Fla., where he will be made five hits and four runs off the . . : : .., ;:: . ,, ::;:
ed this spring and summer. I .,. . . .:: :::.. I 1.,1: '
old fox in five innings. "s '
ga Long lanky .
ONE OF APOPKA'S GROWING IN- . r I g;. ;: :'::::,:. . .D!, ., :::: _
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and :;::
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Jacobs I I Arthur Johnson started pitching in 7 I II .: I. :' . . ; ,'I":',
dren and grandchildren all went DUSTRIES i iI the I 'l r. ::::... . ,. T .."
I sixth and held the Mackites safe LJ5! : : I ::.::. .. : i
the 7th, to : :: PI . II I III J I: I
Geneva last Sunday, I!at all times. Only three blows were I 1 Iii:

present at the marriage of Miss The Newel & JJstler Fernery com- gleaned off his delivery. Kilbee, who is Mr. and Mrs. pany are shipping ferns as fast as j --0I "'''''' . I.--..
they can be packed. This industry is I I
granddaughter.The
'i I The several errors charged up to COACHES.: SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS.
young friends of Cleveland J growing fast and is one that Apopka the Barons were directly traceable to

cobs, together with his mother, : is proud .-Apopka News. I I I . . . . ,
the sharp cold wind. It speaks well JI. ll. I.V) .I.Vn U V) Vf\.I.VI I. " .1.-- I.V)
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N. C. Jacobs, planned a surprise I II I .... "1
for the game that although most of J ij .1.1.. ;:;] ."-'. .:
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him last night. They 'r..l\; ::: ; ; A
for Tuesday For cleanest, clearest Kodak finish- "
the spectators were half frozen none } j ,! ; 1 ;; ''i I r., j'f1nr; ; 1\\
gathered and enjoyed a hay ride to Robinson's. 3-3-tf M ,
ing go ri
left the park until Wally Schang lift- fit ''L ,;.<; -. l \1) I' (.t .1-1" > 1
h ri ..,... ,
ed for the I JI.
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last out. Then all cheered for the : fU "' -
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drawing-room and observation sleeping L p, J I College at l ... I.i rJ :; :. 'k :
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cars. Dining cars serve all meals Exposition Park this afternoon. .
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Lim ted, en route, including supper, Atlantictrai. i I ..::.:.:..::.:.:..:.:.::.:."" T\ "..- -- ''..: 'R'.t. 'I.JI. ". .
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fastest and finest Limited leaves SPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS PARTYTO .. ;
to Northwest train of comfort NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC H :m Hm : 'If-: :: .. .: #.
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only through one leaving COAST LINE, TUESDAY NIGHT, :t .: 1: III iI 'I( / "'r,
8.15 arrives Cincinnati j ; "::
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Jackjonrille in forenoon for and Louisville next MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK, ij! immiIT! ;:. .;-. f(.1f I :t' 1
Chicago and St. Louis. :",'i;:::::.:.:.::: ty .. J '." -.v I
09. evening. Through all-steel 213 RIDGEWOOD AVE. THROUGH ::: ,:::::: PfI'rft.: };
Montgomery Route Ex- cars for Indianapolis, to SLEEPER. 3-18-tfc I'
press to St Louis gives Columbus and
Dayton
choice of routes. Dixie Cleveland. Prompt I .rth ' '1 ( I I a :

If flyer famous to Chicago p dining Solid service trains,every, steel con venience cars connections central other and ,VISIT BEFORE THE ALTAMONTE YOU LEAVE HOTEL : .

all.year r Write wire or phon w.Ye will "Westerncities e '
train f work' out your schedule secure your tickets, Auto out to Altamonte Springs
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make reservations and save you tine and trouble nine miles, and see the beauty spot

0 H. C. BRETNET, Flails Nucnicr Agent, of all served Florida in,interior and get Florida the best at dinner the A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.J. .

l L.&N.R.R, 154 West By St (Bell 'Pbeoe 187) J. ...mDe,Fla. Altamonte Hotel. Orchestra and every -

Direct and diverse routes to the California Expositions Write for details. S Son, amusement.proprietors. Geo. E. Bates 3-17-6tc& G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla I 1



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The Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the Following Conditions 9 t


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


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


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


of autos brass bands auctioneers etc.Proposition
gifts, 1 1j j



Proposition No.2. j

+ No. 1
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits, 1
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability.:We

all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange 1

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the
day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money
nue and"est 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 % I
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 year old Orange and GrapeFruit t 6
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkably .
are decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above .

Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerageconnections the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and a large I
barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than
made, and both streets bricked
paved.
are
20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within j
30 days from purchase.
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Both Propositions must be investigated to appreciate the truthfulness of all statements made 1


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


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

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

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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO

Total Responsibility: 1
$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00

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Mr. L. B. Hall, of Tampa spent
t yesterday in Orlando on business.Dr. .

I It P. Phillips left 'yesterday for
Ii t Fort Pierce, on the East Coast, to "
i look after his tomato farms. m/s PRLDE'NTMAV

! PUTH/Sf/RST A
f Mr. L. H. D. Baker representing ..
the Clyde Line was among those visiting SAVINGS//Y TI/E '
Orlando yesterday.Mr. .
BANK ,
1 and Mrs. Chas. R. Plosen and rr e
SECURE FOR SURE Miss- Carrie Caldwell of Birmingham
6 Ala., were among those registering at !
the San Juan yesterday.C. .
DON'T let idle funds remain idle and don't invest h L4iL4i

in any security or venture where there is a G. Herrick, of New Smyrna Fla., -
; possible question of risk. ** wants to buy an auto in'good condition -
Must be a bargain for cash. i
Think of SAFETY FIRST. 3-19-21 '
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Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure." Mr. Roy R. Roper one of Winter
Your idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 percent Garden's wide awake energetic citizens -

and is ready when you need it. ,after was business in Orlando matters.Mr. yesterday. looking "

We issue Certificates for any amount any busi- y3-.

ness day. and Mrs. W. T. McLeod of ;
Jacksonville are among the promi- y t x
nent Floridians visiting Orlando. Theyare
making their headquarters at the

The State Bankof San Juan. -a,

Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer 7 '
( if who has been in Orlando for a coupleof
days on business connected with
his office left yesterday for Miami
Orlando where he has his headquarters.I "
tr.I// .f.

will be in Orlando few days
a on
e II my last trip this season. Expert piano JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR YOUNG

H tuning $2.50. Best local reference. MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-
licensed tuner. Phone the
Willola.Mack 218 3-19-lt EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?t

YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT

Jlr. II. B. Little, of Keystone Park. YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN H PER CENT. IN-
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.A.
D. Cornell at their home 92 Lake- TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE

I view returned home yesterday after- ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE
noon.
TAKE AN INTEREST IN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-

Mrs. F. A. Newton, who has been TOMER.
spending the winter in Orlando aguest
of the Empire hotel, left yesterday
afternoon for her home in Rochester -
N. Y. Peoples National Bank"IT


Mr. J. H. Dean left yesterday after-
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noon to visit his old home in Rich- IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
mond, Ky., and to see Mrs. Dean who
has been visiting her parents in that
city for some weeks.

Transients registering at the San
Summer
Cooking ,.. Juan hotel yesterday include O. P.
Bartlett Akron Ohio; E. T. Berry,
Shouldn't Cook t" Rochester; D. J. Ryan, Birmingham;
t I and C. P. Fowler Philadelphia.Mr. .
the Cook
Mr. B. Z. Snow-den the Pine street I
and Mrs. II. S. Nace of Philadelphia -
furniture dealer accompanied by Mrs.
were the arrivals at
dinner among ,
Getting ready Snowden, attended the state convention -
the San Juan yesterday. They are


in July-;if is as you just in: :November as use comfortable a-- f not making pass. G.a Orlando tour J. Strozier of by Florida without one of and stopping.lion. Orangecounty's could. 'I' home Tampa state.sorts of they in furniture yesterday.the wlil southern visit_dealers several Before which part of returning the of met the re-in VYHO'H S Y YOUR 0 U R U ORUGG1Sfl R U G G I 2


prominent and substantial
FLORENCE OIL citizens, accompanied by his estimable .
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dobbs and son,
COCK STOVE. wife, were visitors to Orlando yesterday Robert who have been spending several -
"The Tllr7li..gr..litr o/sin from their home at Winter Gar t
weeks in this section, left yesPHONT; ; 20
The her": goca: into thecooking den. terday afternoon for their i
: FLORENCEOil Quincy Ill. This was their first visitto
not into the\ Mrs. T. A. Gardner and niece Miss Orlando but they were so favor-
Cook Stoveswork Mildred Warner of Baltimore, who ably impressed with its charms that
kitchen. It docs
your are spending the winter in Orlando they will return here early next fall "We'll deliver it" day night
well and reliably, "Look for the Lever" guests at the Willola returned yester- to spend the season. or
afternoon from visit
day a to pointsin
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and keeps you com the southern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gentile and anything in the drug world if it

fortable. It requires j iess watching and regulatingthan son. Master Joseph left last night on
the 12:30 train over the Atlantic Coast -
a coal s:ovc. ORLANDO SOCIETY Line for Cincinnati, where they will can be obtained it in the city.remam .
until fall. This estimable fam-

You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor (Continued from page 5) ily are going North this year a month
earlier than heretofore on account of
merely simmering flame. a which body.was attended by the K. E.:'s in important business which necessitatesMr. If you have a special remedy I let

Gentile's personal attention.Dr. .
The Needlework Guild held interesting .
Come in and let us show you how these Florence meeting at the Chapter an us order it direct---no charge for
E. II. Byrd arrived in Orlando
House afternoon.A .
Automatic grove v/orh! how simple and reliable.No Wednesday
campaign for new members for yesterday afternoon on the Tampa
the Club has been started. from Chattanooga Tenn., and postage.McELROY'S.
Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once Country wile
the will make his homeat
Mrs. W. M. Glenn on West street in city
started, each burner wi i 1 keep going at the same will entertain Saturday afternoon for the Astor hotel. Dr. Byrd, who
Mrs. Otto Grasse, of New York. The owns some valuable realty on East
power until you turn i it out. guests will be the local chapter of Central avenue was prevented from
the K. E. alumnae. coming earlier this season owing to
: an accident. While craning an auto- PHARMACY
PE TTCTLY SAFE --()--
Miss Louise Hersley of Warminster mobile his arm was fractured and is
Virginia, is the guest of Miss still giving him some pain. He expects -
to remain in this section for the
Mary Howard for a few days.
See it Demonstrated at -o- next three weeks.
Captain Yerian, of the Salvation -
Army will deliver an address on the
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work of the woman's social depart-
ment of the Salvation Army at the
Oscar Hand & Son Christian Alliance Hall tonight at
7:30 o'clock. All are welcome. t
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Mrs. George L. Northrop of Brook-
WEST PINE ST. lyn, N. Y., who has been spending the : '
1906 ,
winter at the New Lucerne and Mrs. Bank organizd April 16th ;' f
Nathan of the same hotel, gave a St.
Patrick's luncheon party on the roof STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
garden and a card party of five tablesat
the New Lucerne in the ladies' par ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO.
.IMmiilMMtiiiiiiiiiitiiiiMMttiiiiiiiiiitiniiiGive Wednesday afternoon.0 .
- At the Close of Business March 4, 1915. Condensed ,
Miss T.ucile Satterthwaite of Comptroller.Loans .
From Report to
Waynesville N. C., who has been the
Your Wife .
attractive guest of :'tliss1: a 1") S. .
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and Discounts ---------------$371,679.00 -
Guernsey, left yesterday afternoon f
over the Atlantic Coast Line for her Overdrafts _____________________u 1,001.75

I Good Watchand I home. -0-- Stocks and Bonds _____________u__ 24,668.33 r

Dr. and Mrs.: Chas. S. Jordan of : Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures 41,857.86 f
.
Asheville N. C., who have been i llgti. ,
guestsof
hand and due from banks _2._ 310766.95 r4
Cash on :
Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Graham at
see how it will harmonize the workings of your their 'lovely home on Lucerne Circle. I &c;
left Orlando yesterday afternoon. Mr. $749,973.89 :' ,
household. Jordan is a brother of Mrs. Graham.

--0- Capital Stock ______________________100000.00 c -.
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- r"1 trr
WINTER PARK SOCIETY NOTES Surplus and Undividd Profits __ ___ 33,970.44 i

orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand Cards are out announcing the mar- Dividends Unpaid ________________ 52.00

laid away the rest of the .time. Every one of our riage of Miss Mae P. Spooner to Mr Bills Payable ____________________ None ,

James Taylor Dickson, of Chicago, at Re-Discounts ________________ None
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeeper- "Weatogue," the beautiful winter t
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Spooner DEPOSITS _______________________ 615,474.52 ,

a practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand parents of the bride March 27, 1915 Due to banks______________________ 476.93 1 f .

use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or at 4 o'clock. The bride and groom

will be "at home" after May 1st at iOi1RllO
$749,973.89
Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold Hyde Park hotel Chicago.The .

I filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up Fortnightly Club met in Canton
Lane studio at the home ofIrs..

Twitchell, Monday night, and listened


T.D.EVANSJEWELER I. after to and paper a a very which on social Sicily interesting refreshments hour by enjoyed.Mrs.and C.were instructive G.The Tousey served next n Bank & 'Trust t C Coffipally


I meeting of the club will be held next t

Monday night at the home of Mrs\

Chauncey Denny, when Rev. C. E.
I
Enlow will read a paper on "The Em- ..

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