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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 20, 1915
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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: VID00513
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 20,1915. NUMBER 32.

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1 IN HOT DARDANELLES NAVAL FIGHT



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US S. ""AS MADE NO REPLY Y TO WIDE OPEN GAMBLING FOR IN DARDANELLES FIRST CONCENTRATED BRITISH ATTACK IRRESISTIBLE ON STORMING'THE AND: THE


NEVADA FOR TWO YEARSCARSON OCEAN, TWO GREAT BATTLESHIPS COSTING

$9,000,000RE SUNK ALL LIVES SAVED


. ALLIES[ IN WUOl' [ OR PARTABOUT.BlOCKAO CITY NEV., MARCH 19. IT IS SAID THE GOVERNORWILL I FRENCH BATTLER, BOlVET ALSO

-WIDE OI>GAMBLING WILL WHICH SIGN THE MEASURE GOES TO BOTTOM:

BE PERMITTED IN THE STATE LEGALIZES POKER, STUD

YEARS.NEVADA FOR AT LEAST TWO NUE POKER, FIVE, SOLO HUNDRED WHIST AND PARGUI-ALL Is Greatest Loss Of War To Date;

DE[ ORDER[ OTHER FORMS EXCEPTING PERCENTAGE -

THE SO-CALLED GAMBLINGBILL GAMES. Other Battlers DamagedRussian
WHICH WAS DEFEATED WITH HORSE RACING A TWENTY -
---- YESTERDAY WAS REVIVED JUST ROUND BOXING CONTEST,

TO DETERMINE U. S. ATTI- BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE ADJOURNED SIX MONTHS DIVORCE LAW AL- Fleet Has Approached Northern Portion of BosphorusTen -
CATHEDRAL N L SCHOOL ANDSTETSON
SINE DIE TODAY AND READY ON THE STATUTE BOOKS '
TUDE MUST HAVE NEU- WAS PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES NEVADA GIVES PROMISE OF BEING Battlers Led by Queen Elizabeth Entered Straits and

TRAL BOARD TIED FOR BY SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITIES. A VERY LIVELY STATE!! Commenced Operations Thur8da-Combined Loss
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:More Than $13,000OOO-Tonnage of Ships

VIEWS OF BLOCKADE DISCUSSED STATE TITLE :M BARONS SHONEDREVERSALOF NO INFORMATION 231,398-Great Battle in Progress .


Must Determine to What Extent I London- March 19.-The British battleships, the Irresistibleand

and Effectiveness Is BEFORE MAMMOTH: : CROWD i I the Ocean, and the French battleship Bouvet were sunk in tha

CATHEDRAL SCHOOL I CONCERNING Dardanelles yesterday and most of the 21 officers and men
the New British
WON, 17 TO 12 aboard the Bouvet were lost, and practically the entire crews of

InstitutionWashington the British ships were saved. .

March 19. After Stetson and Cathedral Now Tied FORM MURDER The British battleship Inflexible and the French battleship
a i
for State Championship,
Gaulois were severely damaged.The .
prolonged discussion today by Presi- I
Another I II I
dent Wilson and the cabinet of the Necessitating i Ii Inflexible will be out of action pending repairs. *

British order of council the blockadein Game I COLONELS PLAYED RINGS i! STATE DEPT. AT LOSS FOR Minor damage was sustained by other vessels of the allies' fleet

abstract and concrete, and the I :Before one of the largest crowds AROUND THEM YESTERDAY DETAILS OF MURDEROF participating in the first general attack on the Dardanelles forts.

Sixteen great vessels were engaged in the Dardanelles in direct
American that ever witnessed a basket ball
rights of citizens to deal 12 TO 3 .. McMANUS:
game in Orlando the Cathedral school i operations, while from the Gulf of Saros other ships bombardedFort
freely with neutral and belligerents
girls' basket ball team defeated the Kilid Bahr indirect
by fire.
it was asserted that no reply or com ', girls' team from Stetson Universityby MANAGEMENT IS $$500 BEHIND PASSPORT F FRAUDS D SENTENCED The Russian fleet has approached. the northern portion of the
munication to the allies in whole or the score of 17 to 12 at the Arm-
I I Bosphorus.Ten .
in part had been formulated.The .
officials repeated significantly !ory.Brilliant plays kept the immense Game This Afternoon Promises Quartette of Germans Who vessels, led by the Queen Elizabeth, entered the straits in

today that the main question was I throng in an uproar from start to fin- I to Be Hot One-Boost I Sought Passports Fraudu- the operation Thursday, while the others stood outside and hurled

ish. The Stetson and Cathedral Barons and Attend Received shells on the Narrows forts.
whether or not there was a blockade, lently Heavy
schools girls' teams are now tied for I' The total tonnage of ships participating in the terrific bom-
and they hold that a blockade, especially I the state championship and to determine the GameIn Sentence
t bardment from the Dardanelles was 231,598 and they hurled a
the present blockade, is a who are real champions a third -
question of fact and not of law. ''I game must be played at some neutral a game that was decidedly off I I Washington, March 19.-There is steady stream of shells from more than 200 guns of more than six

To determine this government's fu-i I, color the Louisville Colonels played i I explained a lack of information by inch calibre.

ture attitude on the modern blockade, 'city.The line-up was as follows: I rings around the Barons yesterday in j I the state department concerning the I ------- -- ---1 -

it is necessary to get the judgmentof Stetson-S. Smith L. Hully, E. I a listless affair of.nine spasmodic in- '' progress of the demand of reparationand FACTS ABOUT BATTLESHIPS

the neutrals' board, of which James Turnquist C. Haynes D. Haynes, W. I'pings winning easily by the score of !, indemnity made by this govern- IA NEW AUTO TRAILERI' DESTROYED
Brown Scott a former member of the Elliott and M. Woodall. Cathedral- 12 to 3. !:ment for the murder by Zapatistas of

Hague council is chairman. Clara Holland Helen Warlow Jane I The management guaranteed the 1 1I i McManus last Thursday at Mexico Irresistible

With him on the board are expert :' Green, Ruby Shiver Marian Jones Barons l,500i; and with the game I City. Neither Secretary Bryan nor ORDINANCE E I

naval officers. I'I Dorothy Daniel, and Ella S1emons.i I today, and two with the Havana Reds I I any other official appeared today to 15,000 tons displacement.

In the meantime however, the navy $500 must be secured from the ratereceipts ;have anything from Mexico City to I 27 feet draught.

views on the blockade are being discussed i i j or there will be a shortagethat 'show what disposition had been made AT CITY COUNCIL MEETING 15,000 indicated horsepower.

daily between experts of the Orlando Life 'InParagraph I II must come from generous citi- i I of the demand. The United States YESTERDAY NEW ORDI- Commenced in 1898 completed 1902.

navy and the state department. I zens.The i has a promise from Minister Palafox, NANCE WAS READ Cost $5,240,680.

"It is manifest said an official to- :I game today with the Louisville ;, representing the Zapata government, .
1 4 tubes.
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day who will have a great deal to do R Colonels is set for 3 o'clock and it is ;that the matter will be taken up im Warrant Drawn for $2,000. as torpedo

with the formulation of a reply to 1 expected that a reversal of form will mediately. It was stated at the de- 18 knots per hour.
1 I First Payment on the
Great Britain "that the present block- SCRIBES FROM LOUISVILLEEdw. I be shown by the Barons. Even Manager I''partment that it was the desire of 781 men and officers. ,

ade alleged or actual can not be considered I P. Thomas of the Louisville I Molesworth was dissatisfied with I!this government to have the case settled New Motor Fire !I 4 12-inch guns.

from any international view- Courier-Journal, K. E. Dundon of the !: the work of the Barons and last night expeditiously. Truck 12 6-inch guns.

point in modern times. Times Harry Bloom of the Post, and stated that a large quantity of pep I
"We. therefore must begin with George Biggers of the Herald are in ;and ginger would be injected into the j Are Sentenced At the city council meeting yester-I I 18 12-pounder guns.

the law but first determine to what Orlando with the Colonels, covering i game this afternoon. i i New York, March 19.-Richard day Attorney LeRoy B. Giles 4 3-pounder guns.

extent and effectiveness is the new the training season for the above I With fair weather a large Saturday Madden, Gustav Cook, and Richard Rogers, of the San Juan Garage, appeared I I The Ocean

British institution. journals. crowd should be on the grounds root? j and Peter Stegler were convicted and before council relative to the 12,950 tons displacement.

"When we know that we will be -()- ing for the Barons. Grimes will be I j sentenced today for conspiracy to obi new ordinance governing the use of 26 feet draught.
FUNERAL OF It. A. BROOKSThe : the slab this auto trucks and trailers. After a discussion -
able to say whether or not cordons of on afternoon. and a hot i tain an American passport by fraudu- *
funeral of Henry Austin Brooks I is the'ordinance was laid on the 13,500 indicated horsepower.
cruisers can operate from the English game anticipated. j lent means. Madden and Cook were
will take place from Hand's chapel The box of table and a new one introduced which Ke laid in 1891, completed 1900.
channel all around the globe with any score yesterday's. game J sentenced for ten months each and
degree of justification."If this morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. Dr.I follows: I Stegler sixty days in the New York was read for the first time by Com- Cost 3635102.

we are able to say to Great E. T. Poulson conducting the service. I I county penitentiary. missioner Johnson. The new ordinance 4 torpedo tubes.

Britain that this is not a blockade The body will be shipped to his old BOX SCORE provides for one trailer without 18 knots.

then we have created the main issueto home at Nashville Mich., for inter- 1 LOUISVILLE. AB R H PO A E j SELLS ITALIAN ARMY SECRETS I rubber tires and a limitation of weight 700 men and officers.
ment. Platte. If _________ 4 1 0 1 0 0 and speed. 4 12-inch guns.1212.6inch .
which she will be expected to givea Midkiff, 2b _____u 5 2 1 2 3 0 I TO FRENCHGETS SEVEN guns.
-0FIREBABY"- Commissioner Robertson reported
positive answer. Daniels, rf __ 5 IN JAILi
uu 3 3 1 0 0 I YEARS
: ON QUI VIVE: I 12 12-pounder
Osborn, cf 524200 I that the new motor fire truck had guns.
uuu
Paris Statement Demonstrating}ts remarkable speed Derrick, ss _uu_ 412230 i been received and was satisfactoryand 8 3-pounder guns.
Rome via Paris. Professor Menozzi
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the "baby" motor fire truck, running Stansberry ___ 500060 -
March to specifications. A warrant The Bouvet
Paris 19.-Tonight's official __ ,: who was convicted in November of up I
60 miles per hour, dashed down West Wemberg u 2 2 0 15 0 0
for $2,000 was ordered drawn for 12,007 tons displacement.
statement reports the day has beencomparatively Clemons, c ___uu 200200 i selling to a French agent secret plans
calm along the greater Central avenue at 12:45 )"esterdaand Ellis p---------- 100020 j for the mobilization of the Italian I first payment, leaving a balance of1.000 28 feet draught.
extinguished a fire at Roy Cook's be- Taylor __ 100000 $- which will be made in 14,000 horsepower.Keel .
part of the front. In the valley of the uuu (army, has been sentenced to a term pay-
fore it started. Perry, p _________ 200030 laid
ments. 1898.
Aisne a somewhat lively artillery action Crossin u________ 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 i of seven years and six months in pris- 1896 completed
-- The council and the board of county Cost $5,503,850.
occurred. In the Champagne district - - - Ser-
ARE HIGHLY PLEASED WITH j on and a fine of $2,000. Cavalry
Mesnel the Germans deliv- Totals _________37 12 10 27 21 0 j commissioners will meet together at 2 12-inch guns.
near who found
ORLANDOMr. geant Petriglia was guilty I
BARONS. AB R II PO A E i j
the next session of the county commissioners 2 10-inch guns.
ered an artillery attack which was repulsed and Mrs. Thos. J. Kennedy and Carrol Ib __ u___ 5 0 1 9 1 0 j,of obtaining the information sold by
with heavy loss to the enemy. Mrs. Mary Breusing, of Springfield, !! Hartie, cf --_----- 5 0 1 3 1 1 jMenozzi, was sentenced to six years and discuss questions relative 8 5-inch guns.
3b ____ 3 1 1 3 4 0 I to charity. 8 3.9-inch guns.
j Hemenway
III, are at the Astor hotel. They are I j and eight months and a fine of $1,400.
. . f t t t t. t . . . | Sloan, rf uuu__ 300000 Carried 621 Men and officers.
so pleased with Orlando that they t :McBride If _- 300001 I Menozzi's complicity in the sale of
WATSON RISES IN VERSE TO have prolonged their visit I Coombs 2b u u 4 1 2 2 3 1 : military secrets was discovered after CATCHES 12 POUND BASS
indefinitely. i I ------ . . . . . . . . .
ASK WHO BEGAN WAR --0- I Ellam ss ________ 4 0 1 2 4 1 :he had been arrested on a charge of
HAS RETURNED '[Johnson, c _____u 400820 'smuggling saccharin. Mr. T. P. Bates of St. Louis Mo., GULLS SAW A SUBMARINE
'I _____ 010000 : *
London. The question, "Who Lloyd Tenny manager of the Flor- Robertson__ p who has been stopping at the Inn at FIRST, SAVING CRUISER
Ray, p uuuu 2 0 1 0 0 1 I I. s
was the aggressor in the presentwar ida Growers' and Shippers' League, i McDuffie, p ____u 000000 FIELDS RESIGNS AS CASHIERI ,Winter Park since January and put- i I. .
?" is dt'3lt.with. by William has returned from a business trip to I Clark, 2b ________ 000000 I f ting in a good part of his time fishing London.-Seagulls perhaps saved
in the Jacksonville Magee --------- 101000 I his reward after- i. a cruiser and 800 men from a
yesterday
Watson in this stanza I G. C. Fields who has been cashier got
Evening News: 0COMING Totals _________34 3 8 27 15 5 at the Southern Express office for noon when he landed a black bass I.I. submarine, says a British blue-
If two men fell to fighting, of SUNDAY Batted for Ellis in sixth. t his weighing twelve good pounds. A. M. jacket with the North sea fleet,
time has resigned position
Senator Oscar Underwood I (some : in a letter to his family in HulL '
and :Mrs.: Batted for McDuffie. Nicholson, the taxidermist, has the
whom
one Underwood, of Washington, D. C, will Two base hits-Derrick, Ray., and expects to remove his family to fish at his shop for mounting and will'''I* He says that he was standing by
Carried that day no ready weapon Three base hits-Daniels, Ellam, :Mid-: .Jacksonville where they will make I. flock of
arrive in Orlando tomorrow his when a large
evening. ship it te Mr. Bates when finished. gun
kiff. Stolen bases Derrick :
save t i -Weinberg, their future home. They have many
Only an oaken 0I 1! Crossin. Base on balls-Platte Mr. Bates leaves for home on Monday I. gulls suddenly rose from the surface -
stave I friends here who will .
STANDARD FIELD BOX MEETINGA 2, Roberts, McBride, demons, Hem regret to see. i. of the water.
and feels if he has had good
While the other glittered in the as a '
S I large attendance is expected this enway, Derrick, Weinberg 2. Hit by 'them leave Orlando. remembrance. I This drew the attention of the
summer sun balls I j get away
pitched --Weinberg 2, Crossin.
morning at 10 o'clock at the standardi f I. sailors to the periscope of a subS -
With Basque and corselet, lanceS : Struck out-Johnson, Platte 2, Ellam. j
and whetted i,field box meeting at the court house. Stansbury, demons, Taylor. Passed THE WEATHER i NETHERLANDS GUARDS PORK : marine, which the gulls had seen
glaive .
I I balls-Johnson 2. Umpire-Chestnutt. i f I 'j. appearing above the water. The
By which of these wouid all but Florida: Generally clear Saturday
j Attendance, 800. t ,
S fool or knave I READ PLUMBING ORDINANCERead I I (I I except rain and colder in northwest The Hague, March 18.-The Netherlands warship turned and made away
the danger with zigzag
Adjudge the combat to have been the ordinance on page 7 relat- i Take home a beautiful water color i Sunday fair in north rain in central government has issued a de- I I. from .

S. . .begun. . . . . . ing to plumbers plumbing, gas fit- 't' picture from (Cnrti O'Neal's. A I and south portions; colder in central cree prohibitnig the exportation of course.. . . . . . -. . . .
. 1 i;ting.fdrainage and sanitation. window Florida scenes. and northeast portions. pork in any form.





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From Taft Fla.
It became known in Wall street I Wanted to Buy
I
THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner :March 16 that the Russian govern- !
ment has opened negotiations with Taft Fla., March 17.-Geo. K.
West and Church Streets the Westinghouse Air Brake companyand I Thomas met with an accident last Iron Black Eye Whippoorwill, Clay and : :
Hot and cold water. One of the best
Splendid: service Excellent looms. the New York Air Brake
companyfor week while cutting wood, which came
ooks in the s ate. Rates 7.6O j>er week and. up. special:: rates>>> to parties Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. an order of 2,000,000 shrapnel very near; depriving him of the sightof
W. G'' DUNCAN Prop. cqsting $18 apiece, providing arrangements one eye. A stick flew up and hit I
can be made to obtain $36,000000 ,- him. Fortunately it missed the eye SALE
credit. ** enough to save it, but it is very sore.
Several weeks ago the Russian government Mr. A. J. Richardson combined business -
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn made a deal with Wall street with pleasure in a trip to Orlando Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman Golden Dent White Dent,
Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
bankers, by which its ninety-day notes last Thursday.Jas. .
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa and kind of field and
garden seed.
were to be accepted up to the amountof F. Harrington, secretary for every grass
25000000. This credit has been the Taft drainage association, has
J. W. HURLEY
exhausted. Negotiations are progressing marched to the dining room and it Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh j j jCity
MANAGER in another' direction, and it is pos- the drainage business in the Hamilton ,

sible .that satisfactory arrangements block on Pine street and Palm ave-
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TOURISTS ATTENTION! It is said that this plan providesfor nue.Brick are being distributed along
the payment of one-fourth of the the line of the road ready for layingas Drug* Store
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando order when the contract is signed, the work progresses.
and upon the completion of the first Our sick, Mrs. C. A. Tompkins Mrs
New York Cook
Prepared by our quarter of the order a second paymentof John Hill, and others, are improving.A ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLA
one-quarter and so on until the or- "medal contest" will be held at .
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00)
der is completed.-N. Y. World. the chapel next Thursday evening under '1111 11"'I"IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIJIIIII"I'IIII'I'I.6
the direction of the W. C. T. U.It I
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water
WAR IS FRIGHTFUL; RESULTSTO was postponed from last Saturday ------
BE WORSEChicago.Rapinet evening on account of the rain.
EMPIRE HOTEL Do not forget the lecture by Rev.Dr. .

Mackenzie cabledto Carmine, district superintendent, E11L1i91tIi\ ; AN ADDED JOY
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms the News today from Rome: at the chapel next Saturday evening,
"At a dinner, speaking to a Roman March 20; subject, "The Old and the
woman, the wife of a minister Princevon New Woman." It is said to be very I t To the letters you re-

Year Buelow said: interesting. Everybody come. A silver ceive if writtenon
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Round I they are
"'Germany's efforts are indeed offering will be taken.
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite I I that is of
great, but she has an army the best The Woman's Relief Corps gave an stationery
army in the world. Next spring this I entertainment at the chapel last evening fine quality and correct
army will be increased by 4,000,700new I which passed off very pleasantly.
men and even if we do not win I Speaking, recitations, singing and asocial i shape.

.at once our resistance will be long I time generally were the features HIGHLAND LINEN
and may be changed into victory. of the evening. Refreshmentswere +}
: 'The war will be frightful, mon served. The attendance was fills every requirementof
strous. It will exhaust both belligerents rood, and all went home well satisfied -
and neutral, who next year will with an evening well spent and the most exacting

suffer famine. Revolts will follow. I saying, "Have another one before long customer because it is
And the world has never seen any and we will all come."

thing equalling such a great disaster News is scarce--only we can say ffiTT \ "CRANE4'quality..
.'" that we have had some rain and then C )
THE ARCADE HOTEL some. ll lli1lYilllNlWV.. S. Branch

- J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. WINTER PARK ITEMS Mrs. J. N. Ahik and son, Lester, of
Sanford are visiting with her parents Ij llffI1 I ] THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE :

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos I Winter Park, Fla., March .-The Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sphaler,.fora

Building in Connections Florida Flying Squadron on Educational few days.
W. H. leaves this week
Riley us ,
Evangelism, under the directionof
Orlando Fh. and Mr. Amos Cramer and family
State Superintendent Rev. Geo. B.
leave next week for the land of snow OUR MOTTO :
Waldron, of West Tampa, visited
and icicles. !
Winter Park last week and held ser- .' "
Small Profits and Quick Returns.
vices, beginning Sunday mornign, and _
the four nights following. The tour The biggest business in the countryis
Get on our Mailing List and let us send you our Price
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND >>f the state was to close the first of the most prosperous. The six million -
Card from time to time.A .
heads of families who
this week in Tampa and St. Peters- are en-
burg. gaged in farming are reaping the quantity of Oats going at $2.25 per sack.

Mr. Albert Wagner, of Philadelphia, largeSt profits in a generation.All Hay, $1.60 per cwt.
SHEET METAL CO.
is visiting the rest of the family in
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. I
Winter Park for a short time. round money getters-want ads. .

Rollins College baseball team went W. I.. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447Hammond
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, over to play Stetson last week Fri-
day and Saturday, and returned with

and Rubber RoofingsCornices honors eveninly divided, each team I A BargainLot

winning a game. About fifty "root-
Skylights. Heating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings ers" went over to see the game on O $_ _

Saturday.

Works: 14 E. Church St. d ORLANDO Roland D. Barze has been on the
\ sick list for a week and his father, &Gore
Rev. W. L. Barze, is filling the placein

the bank as assistant cashier. overlooking Lake
------ School closed several days last week FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

owing to the epidemic: of grippe that Lucerne, $1.600. Must

was affecting so many of the pupils REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

The Orlando Meat MarketT. again.and teachers, but all goes along nicely be seen to be appreci-- COMPARE

Messrs. II. A. Ward P. Dale Jerome ated. Call
YANCY, Manager Parker and Dr. C. E. Coffin motored -
to Tampa Monday in the inter- I OUR FURNITUREWe I

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice ests of the citrus fruit growing, ship-
provide the quality of furniture that has long
ping, selling etc.
Florida and Western Meats The song recital and reception been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. proved to be not only popular but It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \\ e ca .'t make
very enjoyable and will insure larger CARLREAL DANN
I this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones
attendance when it is
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order I known how richa of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
treat President and Mrs. Blackmangave I I
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Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 those who were there.

PHONES {Residence ,33 Cor. orange Ave. and Church St. LIBERTY BELL CRACKING YET ESTATE McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, .

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando. Fla.

Philadelphia.-"The Liberty Bell is 'I J

s seE only suffering from an incurable organic: COMPANY _
'r' -'P /We disease. The crack which originallywas

.> Purer confined to its side, has run along
-Iat its shoulder, so that half the bell ---- -- --
Drubs
hangs by only a slim support. The .
crack has grown an inch and a quar-
ter within the last eight years."

This is the substance of an asser-
tion made at the Union League by Closing: Out Sale

Wilfred Jordan, curator of Independence .
Hall, who lectured under the aus-
pices of the Numismatic: and Antiquarian -
l =-
Society of Philadelphia.

"And despite a petition two and a \
half miles long from the school chil-
w / dren of California Mr. Jordan added, The entire stock of

"the bell's physical disability should
qp1acfI" prevent our sending it to San Fran-
+l cisco." The Japanese Bazaar


GERMANS IN ITALY NOTIFIED

TO LEAVE REPORT, IS PARIS must be sold. This is your chance to buy


li I -- } \ Riviera Germans have at been resorts privately in the notifiedby Italian those wonderful little gifts at greatly reduced -

the authorities to leave Italian ter-

r- ritory immediately says a dispatch prices.
from Nice to Havas agency.

You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right.
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the 33,142 NAMES IN LATEST PRUSSIAN -
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. CASUALTY LIST

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not London.-The last eight official

allow it.You. Prussian casualty lists Nos. 166 to The Japanese BazaarHOTELS
can rely on EVERYTHING buy in our drug store. 173, contain 33,142 names, bringingthe
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. grand total of killed, wounded and

missing since the war began to 1,050
:MERCK'S PHARMACY
029 men according to a dispatch to
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t C r i. t
} LJ Door on Orange Avenue we will give a tickethich will entitle you to the
; Li Opportunity of drawing the premium which \\e sill give away free at 10
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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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.


The first two days of the Great Challenge Sale has smashed the selling record of

THE BIG STORE. This marvelous carving of prices on high class merchandise has de-

veloped into a sensation. New and better bargains added each day. .


Hundreds of Dollars in Beautiful Pres- .
I ents to be given away absolutely! free. TO NIGHT I
With every dollar purchase you receive a ROOF GARDEN THEATRE Coat's Spool Cotton, Challenge Sale
ticket and the one holding the number Price ----------_______________4c
corresponding with the number on the
present you receive that present free. All 4 REELS A.T EVERY SHOW 4
of these beautiful presents are all free,
and all have the same opportunity to receive Dress Ginghams, good heavy
one or more of them. U Special Serial. 2 Reels. Hall, Leonard"MASTER weight, splendid patterns, lOc.

KEY NO. 12." quality, Challenge Sale Price _____5c
BEST BRAND DRESSGINGHAMS i
Big U Feature. Brown, Dolly

"Dance" Creations by Martin and Roszika," Fancy Crepes, all new and fresh.

Beautiful line of patterns to choose from. Dance conquerors of the w rJd. A Thousand Dollar Dancing Lessonfor beautiful line to select from,
12 l-2c. quality, Challenge Sale price a few cents. 25c. quality, Challenge Sale

71-2 L-Ko Comedy Price ----------____________122 c
"FATTY'S INFATUATION." .
Bleached Muslin, full yard wide,
See Our Big Four Page Special 3fonday Night with every paid admission a dish of
Hand's Pure Ice Cream will be Given Absolutely Free. free from dressing, ChallengeSale
Circular for Special Price ____________5c
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Admission Free Until 6:30 p.m. Nights, 5c. and 1 Oc.
Prices .


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LARGEST STORE. "Quality Did Itj"

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DAILY ADDITIONAL LOCAL t I KENTUCKY POET IN ORLANDO: INVESTORS "

I 1I 1---- < I Loan wanted about $4,500 straightfor \

South Florida SentinelMORNING Mr. Gerard Franz, of the Franz I I Henry Cleveland Wood, the Kentucky five years Property near Orlando. -
poet, and Henry Worthington, First class security. No commis-
WEEKLY Safe and Lock Jacksonville, I
AND company I lof Danville Orlando I sion. Address "Advertiser," Sentinel ,
w. M. GLENN ...............:......EAUr i was among the visitors in Orlando Ky. were in yes- *
I I terday spending the day with Geo. E. ,office. 3-20-6t :
w. C. ESSINGTON ......B..i_ Manager )."esterday.Ir.. Franz formerly made
his home here and the city always I I Nolan, cashier of the Orlando Bank :
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida looks good to him. He has many and Trust Company. Mr. Wood gave I
as Second Class Mail Matter friends here who are hoping that at i the Sentinel the following article from Yl
some future date he will return.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I a St. Petersburg newspaper: 1

Daily. I Yr ........................ $5.00 Among the visitors in the city to-
Daily Months ...................... 2..60Daib. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sproul, of Za-
a Months ...................... 1.5 leski, Ohio, who spent the winter in day are Henry Cleveland Wood, the FOR SALE
Dail7. 1 Month ....................... .b0wtrkly. Orlando, guests at the St. JameS, left famous Kentucky poet, Dr. C. D. .

\ . 1 Year ........:.:::.......... $1.00 yesterday to visit St. Augustine, Jack- Tucker, a prominent dentist of lIar-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN sonville and other places on their way rodsburg, Ky., and Henry Worthing-
home. much pleased
ADVANCETO They were very
with this city and their friends will ton of Danville, Ky. Mr. Tucker has OUR 50thSATURDAY

ADVERTISERS: welcome them back another year been in St. Petersburg several times,

Copy for display and all ether hand-set and is acting as guide for the other
adTcrtisinr must be handtn in at the basin,. J. T McMurray.'of Indianapolis,
their first visit show-
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gentlemen
upon
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.( the Sentinelt later tha 2 p.
office the win-
been
Ind.! who has spending
the day before publication. This role applies them the points of interest in the A new two.story
last ing I
to chanres for contract .....rtill ..C. it is ter at Orlando, was in St. Cloud
lBanmble and will b. strictly adhered to I week visiting his old time friends, city. Coming over on the boat from eight room modernand SALE[
desiring-The-- -Sentinel- discontinued J. F. Farris and family. From here Tampa-despite the fact that he did
Subscriber -
West and unique dwell-
he went to Tampa, Key
should notify the oi ce in writing on not get away from the Pavlowa per-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be other points in Florida St. Cloud
with
double
continued at the regular subscription rates Tribune. formance until after 1 o'clock this ing,
until notice to stop is received. Mr. Wood down the
Telephone N.mb r ...................... 2< morning- jotted sleeping porches, A stone cast into a pool starts a ripple that
Vr and Mrs Chas. H. Stanton, of following poem to the Russian dancer
SATURDAY MARCH 20, 1915. Holland Patent N. Y., were among To Pavlowa modern garage and expands in constantly widening circles. How like
the arrivals in Orlando yesterday. O fair enchantress! With your magicart butlers that stone is this store, and how like the pool this
They have been making an extensiveour quarters, community in which its fortunes are cast.
DAILY BOARD OF TRADE BOOSTIn of Florida and their last stopping You stay the busy world, touch sor- location
very pretty has widened
Europe millions have enlisted to place was Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs.. did strife Our Saturday Ripple on entering

for unknown cause. In Or- Stanton will spend several days in And bid it pause and dream; the years overlooking Lake and is widening, and as it broadens in circumference -
fight an
this section looking around before continuing accommodate ,
: recede so does this store broaden to
lando the Board of Trade is waitingfor : their journey northward. Coy fairies gaily trip the woodland Eola. $4500.00 will its broadening trade.

to enlist in a cause that means this if
you green buy taken
\\e these sales and the store generally
expect
perpetual prosperity; notable growth Mr. Leslie Crooks returned to Orlando Lightly as thistle-down on drowsy
advancement higher and nobler yesterday from Canada wherehe breeze; I now, it is a bargain. to grow bigger still-with your help, of course-
and ; had been to look after important Where Oberon and Titania once held To earn this help we pledge you the same fair
standards; and increased wealth and business matters. He was accompa- court
service the splendid
dealing, the same good same
power for the entire county and city. nied home by Mr Moorehead, a prom- Now primal man woos in barbaric
values that have been a part of our store keeping
before inent and successful attorney of To- sport;
Why not enlist today-now,
ronto, who will spend several days Now Grecian maids steal forth from system since the first ripple appeared.Here's .
you are the last citizen! and the causeis with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Crooks at blooming trees;

won! their home on East Central avenue. Apollo leaps anti lives, and now is -- --- ----


First requisite for a crack-brained Mr and Mrs. A R. Lapp and daughter A troop seen of gypsies on the flowering S. G. Dative & Son
Miss Mira, left yesterday for Daytona mead a Few of Our
theory is that it be promulgated bya ; where they will remain for a Quaint Dresden figures making into
"leading scientist." few days before returning to their life,
o home in Kenton, 111 These charming While Youth eternal sems a fitting REAL ESTATENo. Aggressive ValuesFANCY
people have been in the city for two part
The old-fashioned man who was months and have made many friends To all the beauteous scenes your 3 WEST PINE STREET
known as an old crank now has a son during their visit who hope they matchless grace
who has a self-starting grouch. may spend many more winters here. On dull prosaic lives doth deftly I Second Floor PARASOLS
trace 1
o -Henry Cleveland Wood. 75 Fancy Parasols, some plain colors in fancy
MARKET
Every now and then you see a woman PARLOR .I weaves, others with dainty combination effects.
II. :M. Self & Co.
who is so fat that the only thing SPECIALTODAYSPECIALARMOUR'S Regular values from $1.50 to $2.50,

she can buy ready made is an um- STAR HAM: I' Saturday 98 cents
brella. 17c. per lb.

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They are going to introduce little TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY COLORED JACQUARED SILKS,

Scotch cows no larger than a New-
all colors' for sale at the Dainty floral effects, self colored, of
RAFFIA ,
foundland dog for use. Nowyou'll I
city
Barlow Gift Shop, at their new location Pink, Sky, Lavender Cerise Navy, Copen-
find where the condensed milk
hagen and Black.
No 7 in the Arcade. 3-20-2t
comes from. Regular 35e. value,

o FOR RENT-Display window and Saturday, 15 cents

Here's a good suggestion from The part of store room; good location.

Ambassador. The man who knocks Address "Owner," care of Sentinel "CHENEY" FOULARD SILKSIn
for location and price. 3-20-3c
the other fellow to you when he's not !
exclusive pattern lengths of 7 and 8 yards.
around is darn apt to knock you to FOR RENT Furnished house or fiat; Designs are extremely dainty and very fashionable -

the other fellow when you're not gas, lights and bath; seven minutes Money to Loan No two patterns or designs alike.
around." Think it over. walk to postoffice or theatre; low rent Regular $7.50 and $800 pattern length..
o to small family. A. M. Callis, 40-3 Saturday $3.98
South Lake street. 3-20-Gt r t
A little woma nand a little perfumeand

a little moonlight will get any WANTED refined elderly widow I \ FLOWERED SILK ORGANDIE
man's goat-Levy TimesDemocrat.Yes and daughter would like to care fora
furnished home during the summer Already a decided favorite with fashion.All .
and a big woman with a big
l for the rent. Address E. II., care of I the creative art of the dyer is expressedin
mouth and a fierce eye can do the Sentinel. 3-20-6t" If you wish to borrow money these beautiful goods. Only ten piecesgo

same thing-get his goat and his coat I on sale Saturday.

and his cash and anything that is his. FOR SALE-Cut flowers-roses, carnations and have the right kind of security I Regular values 75 cents
-Punta Gorda Herald. I sweet peas, etc. I have a Saturday.19 cents
o )large and beautifulanety to choose I
from. Miss Hope Starbuck, 405 E. I accommodate
without
"He who shouts down in a well Livingston avenue. Tel. 521. can you i
About the things he has to sell; 3-20-3tc LADIES' LIGHT-WEIGHT FALL
Won't reap the shining golden dollars COAT SUITSWe

Like he who" climbs a tree and NOTICE OF EXECUTORIn any delay.S. I have just a round dozen of these splendid

hollers. costumes left, and in sizes 36, 38 and 40\ BLACK

The Daily Sentinel is the foremost I Court of the County Judge, State and NAVY BLUE anly.
Publicity Tree, and one from which of Florida Orange: County-In re I Worth from $15.00 to $20.00

jour "holler" will best be heard The I Estata of \'. II Fox. For QUICK clearance Saturday, $3.98
Notice is hereby given, to all whomit
shining dollars are bound to follow
that the 20th
mix corcerri, on day
judicious advertising in this publica- of September A. D. 1915. I shall apply SEPARATE SILK AND WOOL.
tion. Many of our most successful tr: the Honorable "'m. Martin, SKIRTS
\ judge of said crurt, as judge of probate -
merchants can testify to its high effi Y. WAY
for my final discharge as executor Here's an offer that should bring a
ciency. Let us help you to more and of the estate of C. II. Fox, deceased -! number of those who appreciate a marvel-
better business. ; and that at the same time I lous bargain down town early Saturday
will present my final accounts as ex-I i morning, and-please note-none will be reserved -
o- ecutor of said estate and ask for Insurance and Real Estate Agent or laid aside.
The following comes from Presi- their approval. 35 Separate Skirts.In .
dent Holly: Dated March 19. A. D. 1915. Black Satin Black Voiles Black Velvet -
MIAMI FOR MINE 3-20-6t H A. SHREVE, Executor. Black and Colored Broadcloth,
J 172 Black Navy Blue and Cream Serges
Sanford Fla. March 20, 1915. I I 1PHONE Shepherd Check and Tartan Plaids.

Dear Brother: DoctorsBnekiimstiT Regular values were from $7.50 to $1500
Next March 24 the I
Wednesday, exodus -
of Florida newspaper men starts Saturday, while they last $1.98

for Miami to attend the meeting! of &
the Florida Press Association. This Brundagc1
I I 36 INCH NATURAL SHANTUNGThe
will be a real business session and

after "30" has sounded the good peo- Personal instruction under ,Dr. Still '. genuine imported fabric. Splendid heavy
of Miami will entertain the boys .
ple at Kirksville, Mo. weight, absolutely free from dressing.This
and show them the time of their lives. is the Silk with one fault__it wears too ..
132 S. Orange Ave. above Peoples
Dump jour cares in the "hell box" National Bank. .Phone 578. long. Our leading line at 75 cents,
and go. Fraternally yours,
R. J. HOLLY, .- Saturday, 55 cents t
Pres. Florida Press Association .. . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . -

o PALM: BEACH SUITING CLOTHThe
BRITISH SPIRITSIIOWX
warm weather is a mighty Jpng
IN APPEAL. time in* making its appearance, but when it
"Any woman who by wording helpsto THORNTON PARK does come summer fabrics will be wantedall

release a man or to equip a man in a hurry, don't you think it wisdom on
part to make preparation beforehand T t '
for does national war service : your
fighting a
Palm Beach Cloth is a fabric that almost -
," sa>salter Runciman, president every one will want to wear shortly

of the Board of Trade of London, : is but to Lake Eola the beautiful in justice to yourself you should take ad-
a step new play 1
in an appeal to the women of the : vantage of the big cut we make on Satur-

country."If of the day. 40 inches wide. I
ground city.
the full fighting power of the : Saturday, 49 centsDICKSONIVES \

nation is to be put forth on the field

of battle' ," the appeal continues, "the Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice
full working of the nation must '
power \
be made available to carry on its essential lots now selling at low prices and special inducements t

trades at home. In certain

important occupations there are not offered to those who build this season.

enough men and women to do the

work In order to meet both the present CO. :
and future needs of national industry Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or
'
the government wishes to ob- ask dealer.TAYLOR
tain particulars from all women available your .

with or without previous train-

ing, for paid employment. .DEPARTMENT STORE.

"Accordingly they invite all women

who are prepared, if needed, to take I I .. ..

paid employment of any kindindustrial ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe

agricultural, clerical, etc.-to & THORNTON I Store of true service, of never-failing
courtesy
enter themselves upon the register of I' of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise .
service. The regis- I
women for war
at right prices
tration is for the purpose of findingout
what reserve forces in women's Proprietors I ORLANDO FLORIDA

labor trained and untrained, can be WTHE

made available, if required." *IMMMIIMHIIIIilll iMHIIMIMIimiilMim . . . . . ; II..II +I I I
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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Admission 5
Cogswell. The rooms were handsomely III
Today and profusely decorated with ban-
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; ners, flowers, and the characteristic '.1.11.11. I" . .
Mrs. Davis, hostess. Spanish moss tastefully arranged. TODAY'S "
Entre Nous Club; Miss Miriam Merriment reigned supreme and the
, Fudge, hostess. hours sped all too quickly. Ice cream, -Reels-
-0-- cake, and wafers were served. The "A RECENT CONFEDERATE Victor. "The Rock of
THE NULLOS CLUBENTERTAINED. guests were Mr. and Mrs. George parts. A drama of n :
Dowst, Mr. John Dowst, and Miss An- VICTORY"A Nestor. Comedy. "
Mrs J. Merle McElroy was the nette Dowst, Dr. and Mrs. John Golden ing Pan," by Lyons
charming hostess yesterday at her Mr. and Mrs. George L. Sargent, Five cents to all.
pretty home on Lake Lucerne to the Mrs Minnie Sawyer, Mrs. Hattie u
Nullos Culb. There were two tables, Crosby, Mrs. C. R. Merrill, and Mrs. Lubin Special Feature Com- ,
Miss Margaret Hart winning the club Clarence Palmer. Chicago, and Mr. and :\ '
prize, a deck of cards. Delicious refreshments -0- plete in two parts. I tf Boston, motored to f
were served. The club GRAND OPERA SELECTIONSTO -erday and will visit on
will be entertained next week by Mrs BE RENDERED.The before returning. I
B. C. Buxton at Oakland. At Mrs. concert to be presented in Rosalind -
McElrov's yesterday were Mrs W. II. Club on Wednesday evening Miss Marguerite I
Lewis, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. Har March 24th, promises to be the mu- Stone Gap, Va., who
riett Miller, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Miss sical event of the season. Mr. Worth : "DOC YAK & SANTA CLAUS" guest of Mr.: and Mrs U J
Margaret Hart, Mrs. Forrest Dabney Faulkner, who has made himself pop- jn Lake Lucerne, is now j jj
Carr, Mrs Otto Grasse of New York, ular with his beautiful voice and I ida Brewer, at Winter J j
. who substituted, and Mrs. McElroy. charming personality, will render sev- I I
-0-- eral grand opera selections in addition -i I! Another of those screaming Se- i
YOUNG MATRONS to the tenor role in "A Persian
CARD CLUB. Garden." Mr. )Faulkner's; voice has lig Comedies. :j
Mrs S. E. Ives, Jr., was hostess been one of the means which has
yesterday to the members of the brought him attention of the musical
Young Matrons Card Club. There public. Strength and reserve powerare PRICES"i J JI
were two guest tables, Mrs. Minor, evident not only in his voice, as TODAY I
Miss Morrison, Miss Slemons, Mrs. T. such, but in his presentations as well. "THE MYSTERIOUS MR.
Mathews, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago, and ;J
Hamilton Johnson, Miss Mary How- numerous places have paid tribute to DAVEY" The Greatest PRICES"U J
ard, and Miss Louise Hersley. Mrs. Mr. Faulkner's singing.' The St.
Clarence G. Brown won the bridge Louis Republic announces that "Mr. traction ever 1
prize and Mrs. Gordon Wright the Faulkner's voice is one of a robust
";he hundred" prize. The club will tenor quality, peculiarly sweet and i I A Vitagraph Comedy. People of
be entertained on Wednesday, March sympathetic, full and strong in vol- UCA TES'
31st, by Mrs. Phil Siemens. ume and well adapted to concert and OJ
TABLE operatic roles." The Cincinnati Ger- SAXOPHONIC,
ROUND man Free Press also states, "Mr. BANDGuaranteed i
ADDRESS. Faulkner shows surprising ability.His SOME REAL SHOW
Charles II. Baker, Orange county timbre was certainly a most to be
agricultural agent, will address the agreeable one and his delivery showed
Greatest and most
Round Table Sunday evening, speaking first class musicianship." On this oc-I I ,
on "Fiber Plants of Florida. casion Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr Musical i
-0- be heard in those operatic selections i
U. D. C. MEETING which won for him such flattering re- HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"
YESTERDAY.The sults from the management of the !
March meeting of the U. D. C. Metropolitan Grand Opera upon his "IMAR THE
was held at Mrs. D. C. Thompson's recent visit to New York city. There a
residence. Some important businessof will be no reserved seats but a u limited A Majestic Special
the chapter was transacted. On number of tickets for the general
5 cents 10 cents plete in two parts.
j
account of unavoidable circumstancesthe public will be available Monday morn- i --
program of the day was omitted. ing, March 22nd, at Estes drug store.
The chapter wishes to emphasize the - I j
fact that each member is expected to I DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY THE VOLUNTEER
perform the part allotted to her upon CELEBRATON.A Giles will spend a week or ten daysat
the program, and if that is not possi- !,[ few of the young friends of William her home at Fort George and Mr. A Thanhouser
ble to supply a substitute and to let I h Branch, Jr., spent last evening at Giles will return to Orlando following 1
the chairman of the program committee his home on North Orange aevnue, business at Jacksonville.
Mrs. M. O. Overstreet, know at celebrating his birthday. "Rummy"was -0-- I
Mr. Will W. P. Easterwood, of 'BRONCHO BILLY
least one week before the meeting. played and a chafing dish supper
Following is the program for the was served late in the evening. One Hearne, Texas, is a visitor to our City SHERIFF'S
Easterwood is brother
April meeting: of the features of the evening was a Beautiful. Mr. a -
Hostess, Miss Margaret Hart. I birthday cake with twenty-five green to Mrs. Mary C. Funderburg and I An Essany Drama l'
Reading, Southern Women of the I candles gaily burning. The guests Mrs. Charles M. Sutton, also an uncleof I
Mrs J. L. Feinberg, This is his G. M. Anderson.
New South; paper prepared by Mrs. : had a merry time and the host was _
Norris, read by Mrs. A. G. Branham. I the recipient of many graceful and I first visit to Orlando and he is de
Southern Women of the Old South; hearty congratulations. I II lighted.

paper prepared by Deaconess Park- I I Rossmore Inn,-at-Windermere, will FOUR BIG REELS
hill, read by Mrs E. LaRue Bliss. I PRETTY ARCADE
close April first after a most suc-
Song, "Lorena; Miss Magruder. DINNER PARTY. "SAME LITTLE j
After the business of the meeting I Last evening J. Newton Jeffers, cessful season.
yesterday, very delightful' : managers of the Arcade hotel, ten- I -
t ments were served by the dered a beautiful dinner to the guestsof Mrs. W. M. Glenn entertained to
refresh-I dinner last evening her cousins, Mrs ,
- the hotel in the hotel parlors, I
KIL KARE CLUB places being laid for twenty. Roses I Henry Gordon Gale and daughter, -
NOTICE. and other flowers were used in the I Beatrice of Chicago who are spending -
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Owing: to the illness of Mrs. Anna I. table decoration scheme. The dinner I!i the winter at Winter Park, and FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL I
Gore the Kit Kare Club again met I:was given primarily for a number of j i Mr. Glenn's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
with Mrs. Naomi Feinberg, who so I I the guests: who will return to their II Mrs. W. M. Blackstock, of Lafayette,
successfully entertained last Northern homes the first of the week. I II Ind., who are at the Wyoming. Established 1886
Bassett, of Laurel Beach, ., SOCIETY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Mather-Smith of
is visiting with Mrs. F. N. Boardman, I OF INTEREST. I Oakland, accompanied by Mr. Wood-
was presented with a prettily arranged -I I! Mrs George T. Northrop, of Brook- ward and Mr. Worth Faulkner of
: bouquet of sweet peas. The ,, lyn, N. Y., who has been spending CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
dub seems happily inclined to the j I I the winter at the New Lucerne and !
writing of poetry which provokes ap- Mrs. Hathaway, of Fall River, Mass., I OSTEOPATHYDR.
plause and merriment. Music, needle- who is spending the winter at the |
work, kodak work and refreshmentsmake same hotel, gave a St. Patrick's luncheon i J
a full program. The meeting party on the roof garden, and a J. c. HOWELL LOANS
next Thursday will be held at the card party of five tables in the ladies'I'
home of Miss L. B. Hall, 406 East parlor at the New Lucerne. Mrs i Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Pine street and a most pleasant timeis Dunn got: first prize, Mrs. Fisher sec Kirksville Graduate
an assured fact. ond prize, Mrs. Baldwin third prize, Consultation Free REAL; ESTATE. RENTALS I
Mrs. F. A. Wood, secretar)". and Mrs. Jones the "booby" prize. i j Office Hotel Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
-0ENGAGEMENT --U--
Miss Ruby Neal Thompson left yes-i Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 .
ANNOUNCED. terday afternoon for Plant City, accompanied i Orlando Fla.WOOD.
Mrs.: Lissett C. Eichner, of Balti- by little Miss Mildred
more, Md- announces the engagementof : Root, who has been spending several j
her daughter Isabella, to Mr. weeks with her grandmother, Mrs.D. .
Charles Stratton Brumley, of St. Au- C. Thompson, on Lucerne Circle.
gustine, Fla. Miss Eichner has been
making her home with her sister and Owing to the unsettled condition of For Sale
brother-in-law. and Mrs. Endor the weather the annual D. A. R. pic- 1
Curlett, Geneva, Fla., for the past nic has been deferred until early in $2.00 Per Strand
three years, from where the weddingwill April, when it will be held either at

HOUSE take place.A PARTY. -0-- Mrs.Camp W.Dow R. or O'Neal.o the home- of the regent, Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65x167. Price 1


' Y. Mrs George Nye and little grandson ALL TIMES A
Another of the many social gatherings Master Richard S. Hunt, of Ma- $4500.00. bargain. I 1
that a number of the New rion, Mass, who have been spending Orlando Wood YardB.
Hampshire tourists have enjoyed during the winter at Orlando are visiting
their southern sojourn, was last Mrs. Egford Bly.-Volusia County W. Kingsley, Proprietor i
evening held at the temporary winter Record. PINE STREET AND R. R. 1
home of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. F. Greer, -oMr. Telephone 3-U
Mrs Harriet Sittle and Mrs Anna M. and Mrs LeRoy B. Giles will 9-30 -- -
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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2! INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes : J

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 :
7,500 i MILES ON 3 AND 32! INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS
,, 30 x 3Va ________11.60 12J2Q 2.70 : 1

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

'S 6,000IILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4,00 :'

36 x 4Vg ________$27.35 28.70 5.20 : j

Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25 : ;

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CUT PRICESTO SENTINEL I FOR RENT -' "IIlber. I-aTll xncl SI1i 1.gles '

FOR RENT FUP.NISIIEDOwnerwould
I rent for summer his home,
GETREADY completely furnished; large lot; rose
WANTSThe I garden; plenty of foliage; a choice
proposition-to family of adults only.

CASH 3-18-6 Address Rose Garden, Sentinel office......

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TO RE Furnished or unfurnished,
Morning Sentinel Want
for permanent occupancy, a modern
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want six room house, with bath; rent very ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
low to desirable .
Brick Road. people.Ir. J. L, 200
West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w
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Terms Cash in Advance.

5 Room House, close in. Easy FOR RENT Five room cottage, with
Terms. RATES bath, furnished
For One Day _________-___25t first of April completely for from Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
summer or for the Royal Agatite
__ _ ,
Grove. For Three Days __ _ 50c Mrs. Gertrude McDade,
1 Lot in Highland year. 307
For Six Days _________-___75c Broadway. 3-16-6t
For One Month ____________$2. 0
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate all ads of --- -
applies on $3.50 PER WEEK-Rooms in the best
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad contains part of the city, but a step to everything ..
more than 25 words the rate ; large verandahs; hot and cold
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will be one cent per word for water. The St. James, West and
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- South streets. 3-16-6t
terms. sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to FOR RENT, FOR SUMMER SEA- ur.plr:4ztauffSOVBEN
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 21. Ac- SON, OP. LONGER-One bunga- ?
the above. counts opened by telephone will be low, new and modern in every detail.
payable' the following day. Also one 2-story house. Both com-

pletely furnished. Both well located. ____. ___ - - __u_ .
Every Home--Etery Business- Small family of adults will have the
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a preference. Apply to Orlando Building -
Sentinel Want Ad. and Land Co., opposite,San Juan

hotel. 3-14-Gt KIN Aln \
Watkins Block PHONE 504
FOR SALE FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.

FOR SALE-Six room house, bunga- Knox.. 11-3-tf
FOR 90 DAYSYou low style, two porches, trunk room,
gas and electricity. This month cheap. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
can buy foundation Ten minutes walk: to the postoffice. to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
\..1. E. H,. Sentinel. 3-19-6tc 10-25-tf
stone building blocks, side-

walk tile, or anything in my FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold WANTED -- FURNITURE HOUSECor.
line at reduced. Call around at once, house of seven roomst
and let me surprise you on screened porch, bath, trunk room,and "TED-Small furnished house.
large closets, gas and electric lights; Desire to care for some one's winter
prices. splendid: location; five minutes from home during the summer. Address
F. D. GORE, postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire "XYZ," care Sentinel. 3-19-31* Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Owner, 312 North :Main. 3.1S12t'FOR

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FARM WANTED-Small farm near I
SALE-100 Lu Gim Gong 3 year Orlando with house, horse, wagon,
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. old nursery trees, budded from the cow and farming tools. Good land.I -
mother tree; a large number of 3 year and reasonable price. Address L.
old orange and grapefruit trees ready Herrman, Lake Worth, Fla. 3-18-61
for planting now. Whole nursery stock r
will be sold.' Address Alabama Lodge, WANTED TO BUY small home, not I
Winter Park, or telephone 461 Winter far out, with trees and shrubbery;
Park. 3-18-Gtc must be neat and attractive and
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER cheap. Describe fully with price and
LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. number. Address Northerner, care Clearance Sale .
Office corner Orange Avenue and Also furnished or unfurnished Sentinel. 3-18-6t I
Church St.,. Davis & McNeil Bldg.,. houses for summer rental. Price and ,
Phone 419. terms reasonable.. H. Eaton, own- WILL TRADE lot on east side for
er, 215 South Main street, oppositeMethodist good Ford auto. See Baxter Long,
church. Phone 99. 15 West Church street. 3183tYOU *
2-27-lmo OF

C \MAKE: A DASH WITH A
StrawberriesFresh FOR SALE-A good work horse; LITTLE CASH r
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- We can fit you out with just the
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. kind of a new spring suit you have ,
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo been wanting. No matter whether itsa
Vegetables Heaters
novelt.serge or Palm Beach, our Gas
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story stock is complete. Slemons will fur-
cottage, seven rooms and bath, nish the dash if you furnish the cash.
Guaranteed Eggs modern conveniences, roomy porches, Slemons .Dept. Store. '3-17-4t
excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden.

Pure Florida Honey -23-tf: YORK JOIN, NIGHT DUVALL OF PARTY 27th. SPECIAL TO NEW Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully COACH VIA ATLANTIC
equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, LINE. RATE $17.60. PHONE COAST 441. ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
etc.' A bargain. Act quick. Call at
N.
J. HoneySee Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf 3-18-tfc out during the month of March at the following prices:

For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
FOR SALE]-:Htory: & Clark upright
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
Weeks in the recent contest will be $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
Umbrellas recovered and
sold for benefit of Baptist church repaired .
window dis-
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our "while you wait, at Young's Repair
Building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
play of Heintz goods. Weeks, 10 Washington street.

-13-tfc N. SEYMOUR CONTRACTORR. is the man to see 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
before
letting contract, if
you are go-
FOR SALE-Five
passenger touringcar ing to build' and want the best house
in A-l condition; cheap for possible for money invested.P. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
CARUTH IRS & GORE] cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, O. Box 195.: LPhone 478. I
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. 2181mocAn .
1-4-tf

New Modern G 8x10 Kodak enlargement free BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.
Grocery y FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
and tools best farm in county; va-
riety fruits, 1,600rees elegant WHY BE TROUBLED with that
; up-
Phone 200 to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Hock cough, sore throat and croup, when
Bldg, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- you can get relief by using Lee's
er. 1-16-tfc Sore Throat and Cough Remedy. J. C-
Taber, 601 West Amelia avenue saysit
is worth its weight in gold; ask
6 and 8 East Pine St.Orlan
JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of him. For sale by City Drug Store.
the most important items in
success-
Price 25c. 3-16-6t
ful growing of fruits and vegetables. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
Talk with II. C. McDaniel. lIe hasmade BUYERS AND
SELLERS
'a success of growing both. He '
Was sells Wilson '& Toomer's "Ideal" I' I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
o... ineton brand. His experience is worth something estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,. GAS DEPARTMENT
to you. Phone 708. over 30 years. Have handled over
2-26-lm 20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
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FOR SALE-A good comfortable Take your Kodak films to Robin- i
DRAWING ROOM home for small family; garden "son. 3-3-tf =
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow

Sleeping Car ers avenue.; six rooms. Apply 510 3-7-lmo Marion SPT CL\L FIRST CLASS PARTY Established 1870

TO NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC
SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY COAST LINE TUESDAY SIGHT R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. Pioneer Paint & Wall

First Car on March 16 LANDSOn MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK, 132 Park Place New York Finley's PaperStore

the Gulf highlands of the famous 213 RIDGE 'OOD AVE. THROUGHSLEEI'ER. Wholesale Dealers and Commission
Sarasota Bay district South Flor- .
VIA dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late shippers 318tfcIt i Merchants in Florida Oranges 1 Has always on hand a large and; well selected

of grapefruit and oranges;heavy and Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
nd early shippers of winter
Atlantic Coast Line bles; no killing frosts; healthful vegeta cli Is Time Represented by I Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.

a mate; invigorating salt air from the Geo.V.. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
gulf' ; pure water from flowing artesian CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad of the South wells; this proved and tested To Plant Vines Liberal advances made on con- f

land, close to transportation, surrounded signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M\ by prosperous groves and .
President.T.
farms, we offer at a low price on Bignonia R. E. Cocnran:
Tuesdays small payment down, balance ten L. Turney Treasurer. PIONEER
Thursdaysand years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow Vinesta 1-22-2m
to pick from. Immense leap in
SaturdaysLeaving values will follow. This special offeris HO ItE 67 Corner Pine and Court
not to speculators, but ot those Bougainvillea
646
Orlando on Train 82. who will actually develop the land. PHONE
Exceptionally fine class of residents Palms and Ferns
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri, coming in. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

days and Saturdays.For Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
CO.. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
Reservations and Tickets Box 609, Sarasota, Fla. -
call on A. C. l. Local Ticke 2-21-lmoc VIOLET DELLGARDEN BARNARD & SON The 1aJet

Street Orlando Fla.
I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction 17 Hughey I
nor any city lots outside of 12-10-im I II OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
the corporation, though I have some I I
splendid building lots near Lake Eola, J. M. CARUTBERS OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE|
and they will be priced on their mer FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Agent.e.s. its. See the owner and save commis Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
sions. II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

.:: 2-26-Jmu. Everything screened away from the files, and kept frcch

VISIT THE ALTAMONTE HOTEL D. K. Davidson CHIROPRACTOR I anti pur:!.

BEFORE YOU LEAVE graduate Davenport College, 17 and ., We inrite inspection. and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I 18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone
DR. L. H. ; in the Meat
RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST Auto out to Aliamonte Springs, GOLF INSTRUCTOR 209. Intelligent people everywhere everything Line
nine miles, and the !Ire being restored to health by chiropractic
see
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE of all Florida, and get the beauty best spot dinner 1 Orlando Country Club adjustments, the new scienceof H. M. Self <& Co.
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES served in interior Florida at the removing the cause of disease. Examination -
Altamonte HoteL Orchestra I Telephone No. 249. free. 12-24-lmo =
AND DO ALL KINDS OF and every PHONE NO. S0 PINE STREET
amusement. Geo. E. Bates & I I
OPTICAL REPAIRING Son, proprietors. ;J176tc.d Get the news in the Sentinel first. Don't overlook the want ads. I





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F. D BOX MEETING SATURDAY ing two dollars ($!..Oo> for a Journeyman's Outlets for stoves. ranges or hot plates shall I the roof That portion of the sewer or soil be galvanized water fittings. Straight tees I I I i phall have a combination sand trap oil and
examination and for a master examinationfive not be less than 3-4 inch pipe pipe which is inside the walls. and underneaththe are prohibited on waste. lines. Short nipple gasoline separator approved by the Plumbing!
iPECTEU TO BE BIG ONE dollars If said applicant fails to pass I Gas engines and automatic heaters must be building and three feet outside the area of must have a shoulder between the threads of I inspector\
examination he shall forfeit the fee. connected to meter separate from pipes used ., its foundation walls. shall be constructed of at least one inch. Thread to thread nipples |! Grease Traps
Section 4. Every person engaged or intend- for illuminating purposes standard cast iron pipe with calked joints.. are prohibited. Each hotel. boarding house restaurant or
Col. T. J. Watkins and :Mr. I. L. ing to engage in the plumbing busmen in Gas shall not be turned on to any building I i In public buildings all water elonets. and I Sinks and Hash Tabs pub! eating house shall haw a grease trap
the City of Orlando as a master or journeyman until all piping and fixtures have been inspected slop sinks. shall be set on a slab of marble. | Each house, flat, ot permanent living apartment not less than t..enty-fr inches in diaaet
Payne, of Orlando, and Mr. J. II Sad- plumber shall appear in person at the tested and approved by the City Inspector f porcelain slate or other similar material. and must have a sink and each shop store and thirty inches deep |
office of the Plumbing Inspector and receive i water closets shall have a cast brass flangenot 'I or factory must provide a sink or lavatory for Sue and Wright .f Pipe I
ler, of Oakland, the committee appointed a certificate of registration upon presentationof Nothing in this ordinance shall be construed less than three- ixteenths of an inch in. the use of the employees.' Wooden sinks and Water clo.ets.waste 4 inch vent 2 Inch
for sending out invitations to a certificate of qualification from the said to affect the operations of any gas company | thickness fastened to lead pipe by a wiped laundry tubs are prohibited unless lined witha Slop sink . waste :2 inch vent 2 inch
board. No person other than a registered i upon its own premises or upon its mains or I joint non-absorbent metal. All sinks and laundry Sink . . .. waste 1 I.: inch vent 1 I.: inch
the "field box" meeting to be held in plumber shall be allowed to work at, engagein I surface pipes. All urinals within public buildings must be tube on new. work must have a continuous I Wash tray . .wa..te 1 1.% in-h vent 1 1-2 Inch.
teno'clock or carry on the plumbing business or make I Section 8. The Plumbing Inspector shall I of glazed earthen ware or porcelain glazed vent and waste. Crown venting is prohibited. Bath tub .waste I 1-2 inch vent l 1-2 tochLavatory
Orlando Saturday morning at any sewer drain soil. or waste pipe connections I inspect all plumbing ..work to determine if inside and out, fastened. with brass screws to Trap. and Reventing :: : waste 1 1-2 inch vent I1.2'itch
have performed the service or any minor repairs on pipes connected same is in proper sanitary condition. Where I the marble or slab. The slabs shall not be Urinal . . .waste 1 1-% inch, vent 11.: inch
I therewith. It shall be unlawful for any person the plumbing in any dwelling house or build-I less than three feet high and two feet wide Where all fixtures are on the first floor I Raymond or drive ferrules. are prohib-'ed.
imposed upon them by Chairman to display a sign or other notice setting ing is found in an unsanitary condition the A slab of marble slate or cement three feet I bath vented tub if and not lavatory than traps six need feet not from be the re- Unions not allowed on wa.te linen All t>:J> at the first forth or intending to imply that he is engagedin I Inspector shall immediately notify the owner I square and one-quarter inch dish must be more for water closets must be of six pound lad.
who main soil stack, by waste
O\erstreet, presided the business of plumbing unless such person or agent of same in Writing. to place the : placed under each urinal. the waste of which pipe measuring pipe wiped to a brass ferrule and calked in.
meeting. I has obtained a certificate of qualification plumbing in a sanitary condition according to I II must be trapped and ventilated lineWhen 1 1-2 D. 3 1-% Iba per foot
from the said board and has been duly registered the plumbing ordinance of the City. i All hotels, railway stations waiting rooms. fixtures are installed one or more 2 D. 4 lb.. per foot
The object of the meeting is to at the office of the Plumbing Inspector I, Section 9. The drainage of all buildings factories or shops now existing or hereafter I must above be the revented other on except same top soil floor stack fixtures all fixtures which 4 D.G Ibs. per foot t
Section 5. Any firm or corporation both erected shall be provided with suitable toilet Sewer and Hoase; Connections |
bring together the packers and grow- I person |I private and public and the alterations shall be considered the same as section five.
now or hereafter engaged in or working the I of the same shall be executed in accordancewith conveniences for both sexes In no case will All owners of property along the line of
All bath tube shall have drum
and standard field box business of plumbing or placing or installingany I a water closet be allowed in sleeping a or pot trap. any sewer within i .
ers, adopt a plans and specifications previously ap- j a room I at least four inches in diameter and eight or 200 feet of the City > -wer -
plumbing fixtures material shall have I I j living room or kitchen constructed for the of
or earring
proved by the Inspector.. There shall be I II purpose
a inches the leave the
be deep waste
the of which is to en- to trap as
regulation at least one member of the firm who, has complied I I! separate plan for each building public All rooms containing water closets must toif sewerage matter in any of the streeutof
or the possible and the inlet at the [
near top
as
acted into law at the meeting of the 1 with all the requirements of sections 2 'I private, accompanied by specifications describing have at least a two square foot opening to the bottom In no case must a trap be more I the City of Orlando, shall connect their houses
and 3 or they shall have in his or their em- the drainage of said buildings, en external air or an air shaft one foot square.Every .. than two feet from a fixture. Each fixtureto and other buildings with the sewer.Any ,
legislature in April. The measure is : ploy a master plumber who has fulfilled all 'blanks furnished for this purpose, showing water closet or battery of closets shall be trapped separately No form of trap | owner of property who fails to nlVe
the requirements asset forth in said sections the size and kind of pipes. closets be supplied from a tank or flushometer such connection within sixty ISO days afcri
i
recommended by Representative i traps and will be permitted to be used that is not self
strongly
being shall have either master jour- I i notification from this Board, shall
Each job a or fixtures of all kinds to be used, the same to lard Closets cleaning nor has interior partitions or mechanism i upon con-
S. S. Griffin, who first neyman plumber on the job in charge at all be placed on file at the Plumbing Inspector's All yard closets shall be of a type acceptable for a water _I.T..o viction thereof be punished as set forth in
with this ordinance.
who has the
times complied requirements office Plans
will be I
approved or rejected.' the and shall conformin or more fixtures be connected into
the relating 'to Plumbing Inspector may
legal enactment said I I Terra
proposed provided for in sections within four Cotta Pipe
twenty- hours when .
practicable. all respect to those in houses with the exception the same waste or revent pipe where the
to the standard field box, and at I Section 6. A Plumbing Inspector shall be l I I and under no circumstances will a delay beyond of the addition of four inch trap waste and revent pipe has been increased pro- I Only first grade pipe will be allowed 'in
appointed by the City Commissioners who five days be act I 1 house
permitted. with cleanout at foot of inrttonately connections to the main sewer lines.
whose suggestion the first meeting shall the have business had of ten plumbing years practical. and shall experiencein not bet'nJlaR't'd i Section 10. The Plumbing Inspector shall I The Setting. of Water Closets In old work where. it is impossible to venta All joints to be made of an oakum gasket

was called.' plumbing connected in keep a book of blank certificates provided with All water closets I connected by a lead bend trap a non-siphon trap approved by the and a Portland cement joint well rounded.
nor
I with in firm directly anyway indirectly i a duplicate which shall be filed by him.sho..ing shall have a cast brass flange screwed to the Plumbing Inspector may be u>ed. Each installation In making connections in terra cotta pipe.
engaged a or corporation the business of plumbingand or I| to whom issued the number of fix- floor, and soldered to the lead bend in must be treated separately and theInspectors no holes will be allowed to be cut into tbpipe.
in
tures and the amount oa'ndi permit before a non-eiphon Y branches must be used. Where a
required lead given
to be paid to purewhite puttyUnder
WHAT EVERY HOUSEKEEPER he shall be actual resident of the City.
an the City Plumbing Inspector. All fixture and will commercial, or painter putty be allowedSoil trap may be placed without vent. turn is made a Y and eighth bend or sweep
His duties shall be to inspect all plumbing inspection fees shall be and Vent Soda Fountains I must be used Short quarter bends will not
SHOULD DO IN APRIL and drainage. insure the proper performance |I, paid before permits Waste Pipes.
I 1 are granted All soil and vent stacks must be carried In connecting soda fountain fixtures a sink be allowed.
and such
of all plumbing and drainage perform I
other acts and duties as are specified herein or I I I I. Section 11 The Plumbing Inspector shall through: the roof undiminished in size and extend the top of which shall be above the level of Cesspools
April is the month for every house- :which may be hereafter required. Ills salary shall i| inspect all work provided for in this ordinance through the roof at least eighteen: inches the floor and sealed with white lead or ce- Cesspools may be used only after it pas
be fixed by the City Council, and before entering j i',, before the final connections are made and and be three feet higher than highest windowor ment around the outer edges must be installed been shown the Board to their satisfaction
keeper to do the following things, i i upon his duties he shall give a bond to the water turned on in any job. ventilator on building. Rain water conductors : waste pipe from this sink shall not that their use is absolutely necessary All
the April Woman's Home Companion | the City in the sum of One Thousand Dollars 1 I'! Section 12. There shall be two tests and I shall not be connected with or empty be less than one and one-half inches in diameter cesspools hereafter built must be. if possible,
says to be approved by the City Council : which two inspections by the Plumbing Inspector.. into house sewer or drain. or be used as soil wasting through a four inch drum trap. twenty feet from the building and must be
conditions water or vent pipe. or shall any soil or wit I The waste from each compartment, to empty built of brick and cement mortar. They shall
: bond shall be for the The first shall
proper performance be a water test when all roughing :- pipe be used as a rain water conductor Re- into this sink. be round or oval and measure six by six feet a
"This is the month of the duties of his office and for in is complete, and all soil and vent stacks Waste inside, and be
Refrigerator capped with
I the due and faithful accounting for all vent pipes may be carried through the roof iron ring and
moneys.rrdo are run and all traps in place. The second or enter main vent stack three feet above Waste pipes from a refrigerator or ice box cover to be at least one foot under ground
"To put away the winter clothes other property;, papers of plans the City maps in his instruments custodyor and lest' and final inspection shall be when all fixtures highest fixture. All horizontal branches must shall not be directly connected with any soil, If these dimensions can not be complied with

and furs, pasting a list of contents on I control and for delivery of the care same to I are set and all plumbing is complete.I be made with Ys. or Ys and eighth or sixteenth waste or drain pipe. or discharged on the special permit must be had for different di-
his successor when duly appointed and qualified i I whole job shall be smoke tested bends or long sweeps. All offsets above open ground They shall discharge into an mensions.
each package and bag. except money which shall be paid to the The charges or fees which shall be paid the the outlet of the highest fixture must be madeat open pan or sink the pan or sink to be dis- Section 17. Whoever violates any provision
"To take down the storm windows I City according to ordinance. He shall be Plumbing Inspector before the job is started an angle of forty-five degrees to the horizontal connected from the refrigerator by at least or requirement of this ordinance shall be
under the supervision of the Board of Plumb- and at the time application is made for permit All vent stacks starting from main four inches. These requirements apply to punished by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and doors and repair the screens. ing Commissioners and shall make a full report are as follows: I I vent or soil stack must have Y branch to pre- stores,, meat markets. hotels. tenement houses. and fifty I2o000) dollars or by imprisonment
and all other buildings other than private for not less than fifteen .
vent the accumulation of rust scale At thebase dayS.Section
of and all each. .50
"To have the furnace cleaned and all permits granted moneys Fixtures installed each up to five $
I of each vertical soil or waste stack must residences. 18 All ordinances or parts of ordinances -
collected for same to the City Council at the Fixtures installed each over five each. .. 25
in good order. first of each month.Section i be placed a Y and eighth bend or long combi- Floor. Stable and Garage Drains in conflict with the provisions of this
put meeting
I Roughing inspection each . . . .. . .. 1.00 drain shall have ordinance' hereby
stable are repealedAdopted
nation fitting with full clean-out plug No floor or garage
"To plan summer curtains and cov- I 7. The Plumbing Inspector shall Final inspection each . . . . . .. . . 1.00Sewer calked in end. Not more size than three water direct: connection with the city sewer All March 16th. 1915.
have jurisdiction over the installing of all gas inspection each . . . .. .. ... . 1.00 closets and five additional fixtures other than stable and floor drains shall have a sand trap E. F. SPERRY. Mayor
ers." pipes submitted within by the the buildings. Plans, shall showing be Cesspool inspection each . . . . . . . 1.00 : water closets may be vented from a two inch not less than eighteen inches in diameter, Attest: |
the location of all owner pipes and or owners jets and sizes of Section 13. Whenever it shall come to the vent pipe. nor more than ten water closets with a cement or iron cover Each garage CARL JANSEN. City Cleek.I .
notice, of the Plumbing Inspector or a complaint -
pipes to be used and twenty additional fixtures shall be vented
Kodak finishing left at Robinson's Gas Fitting shall mean the work of putting in writing shall be made by any citizen from a three inch vent stack. Main vents to

Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the together of any pipes, fittings or fixtures, or that the plumbing nuisance in any building is i', be cast wrought iron, lead to be used for I
or is con-
unsanitary or causes a
next day. 3-3-tf any other appliances which are to contain gas trary to the ordinance of this City or is of branches only .
I for light heat or power or other purpose.No i Steam ExhaastNo JONES
sickness
faulty construction and liable to cause -
GOES JUST THE
building shall be piped or fitted for gas and disease or endanger the health of the steam or gas engine exhaust boiler. SAME '

AN' ORDINANCE i granted for any by purpose the Inspector.unless a permit has been occupant or others or upon request of any blow-off or with drip a soil pipe, shall waste have or sewer direct connection line.-
RELATING TO PLUMBERS PLUMBING, I owner or occupant of any building then the
They must first through condensingtank
Permit and pass a
fee for
1 inspection each job shall .
GAS FITTING. DRAINAGE AND Plumbing Ispector shall examine the plumb-
be one dollar ($1.00)). said fee to be paid be- or discharge into an open sink that isproperly
SANITATION in such and the ,
building notify owner
ing any
and vented.
fore permit is granted. trapped Soil and vent
I or owners or agent or occupant of such : pipes must not be drilled or tapped : saddle
BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of All gas brackets shall be at least three feet building, of the changes which are necessaryto hubs are prohibited. All soil waste and vent
the City of Orlando: below any ceiling or wood work. be made in the plumbing A time commensurate |
pipes must be exposed to view for inspection! bus line which has been for fourteen 1
Section 1. That Board All to be uniform My serving you
{ a to be known as I pipes run on a grade, with the extent of the changes will and remain so until inspected and approvedby
the Board of Plumbing Commissioners of the and to drip back to the meter connection be given in which. to make the needed repairs.after the Plumbing Inspector
City of Orlando is hereby created which said .' where a one foot pocket shall be placed to which time the penalty of this ordinance Soil Haste.ent and Sewer Joints months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the i
s board shall consult of the sanitary commissioner catch the condensation.All shall be in full force and effect.
I Connections between lead and
of the City Commission, the City En- I' drop nipples to be securely fastened to Section 14 The Plumbing Inspector shall or fittings shall be made with pipe brass iron soldering pipe same time it always has. j
Xineer.. the Plumbing Inspector and !sustain weight of fixture and avoid strain of entering I
one master on have the privilege at any time nipples or brass ferrules ynd of size not
plumber appointed by the Sanitary Commissioner main pipe.Unions and inspecting the plumbing and drainage of '; less than the lead it serves, with properly '
of the City of Orlando. of any kind are prohibited right any building or premises and if the same is I I wiped joints. and properly calked or threadedin TIMETABLE' A AI
I
Section 2. The said board shall examine and left couplings must be used gas fitter found in an unsanitary condition he shall fittings they connect to. In no case will a dI I
and pass upon the qualifications of every I cement is not allowed, except ''in the putting order the same to be altered to conform with solder iron joint be allowed AH soil I
person who desires to engage in the plumbing I I together of fixturesThere the provisions of this ordinance and the said pipe joints or must cup! be well packed and tamped Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler. 1
business either master shall be a test applied to all ,
as a or journeyman mercury alteration shall be made within the time fixed with oakum and moulten lead All wrought
plumber within. the corporate limits of the j jobs in the presence of the Inspector said by the Inspector.
I
iron or brass waste shall be reamed to
pipe
City of Orlando for the of I mercury to stand five minutes.
purpose satisfy Section 15 Any misunderstanding arising the burr formed in cutting the jointsto :-
ing them as to his knowledge of plumbing. Each service pipe from street main to meter between the plumber and Plumbing Inspector remove be made up with white or red: lead. All WEST BOUND EAST BaUD '.

"ventilation, house drainage both practical and diameter(' shall be submitted to the Board for settlement terra cotta or tile pipe joints must be made Read Down Read Up ,
theoretical. and such other matters affecting and their decision shall be final. with one ring of rolled oakum and two and .
plumbing m* the board may deem proper. The : The number of lights permitted on sizes of Section 16. The following regulations are one cement and the joint to be well rounded J
board shall have the power to make rules andregulations pipe is as follows: hereby made for plumbing drainage and saniI
in the
Where tree shrubbery roots
or are Al\1.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. Al\1. P.l\1. P. 1\1.
covering the said examination. 3-8 inch pipe ... . . . 3 burners I tation : trench two pounds of common table salt shall :
Section 3. If the board is satisfied that I 1-2 inch pipe . . . . . 6 burners ; Water Closets be added to every bucket of cement to kill .
any such applicant after the examination 3-4 inch pipe . . . . . 20 burners :i Every dwelling hotel public building storeor and expel the roots Orlando 6.00
provided for in section 2. possesses sufficient 1 inch pipe . . . . . 35 burners office depending on the public sewer fordrainage Wrought Iron Soil Waste and Vent. Pipes 6:30\\ 10.15 3:00 9.30 1.30
ability and is properly qualified to work at or 1 1-4 inch pipe . . . . . 60 burners must have one closet for every ten AH soil waste and vent pipes shall be galvanized Ocoee -I 7:30111.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30' 5.00 :
conduct the said plumbing business, they shall I 1 1-2 inch pipe . . . . .100 burners persons and every tenement house one closet, and the fittings shall be what isknown
thereupon issue to him a proper certificate. I 2 inch pipe . . . . .200 burners for every living apartment. All buildings as the Durham recess fittinltSThey \VinterGarden 7:45111:30 4'30 8.15 12.15 4.45 J
Before such .examination shall be had seek l 3 inch . . . . .
I pipe .450 burners containing a water closet must have at least shall be either tarred or galvanized except
applicant must pay to the Inspector of Plumb- I "inch pipe . . . . .750 burners one four inch soil stack extending through i above the highest waste line The fittings may Oakland 8:00--: 4:30 8.00

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1 To the Eighes.t :Bid.der 1 jl







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



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. .

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 a

all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Or-

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Ave. ange Groves. Assets i in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the

day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money .
and West
nue Street Eola Park
overlooking
75
feet by 126. The
out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning A

house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, andsecond point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The t

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five acres are planted with 6 and 8 old Orange and Grape i
floor, 4 I large bed rooms, bath room an d. All rooms year ?
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 large

connections made, and both streets are bricked paved. barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than

' 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within

30 days from purchase.

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'Both Propositions must be investigated to appreciate the truthfulness of all statements made j

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



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 'bill.t"A -


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a $25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00 "

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LOCAL AND PERSONALAttorney ,


C. P. Dickinson left yesterday -
for Palm Beach on professional -
t business.Mr. .


f fi Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mutton, and
i Mrs. Mulford, of Leesburg were m/s- PRUDENT
among the visitors arriving in Orlan-
, do yesterday. While here they are NAN'PUT///Sf/RST .
making their home at the San Juan.
SAV/NGS/NTNE
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Mr. and Mrs. James A. :Moore of BANK : -
Murfreesboro Tenn.. are among the I : t .
visitors now sojourning in Orlando.
SECURE FOR SURE
"his.is[ their first trip to this part of \ !! _
the state and they are very much I
. DON'T let idle funds remain idle and don't invest pleased.
in any security or venture where there is a < fcd LL44Vr.Virl ;
: possible question of risk. Mrs. T II. Adams who was called
to Orlando on account of the illness II
; Think of SAFETY FIRST. and subsequent death of her beloved
mother, Mrs. S. R. Kirkwood left yesterday -
Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure." afternoon for her home in
edartown, Ga.
Your idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 percent I

and is ready when you need it. Mr. and Mrs. A. McAnsh, Miss Flo
We issue Certificates for any amount any busi- M. McAnsh, Miss II. B. Davis, and
ness day. Mr. II. W. Dunmason, of Chicago,
make up an interesting group of peo- ILWM
ple who are at the San Juan for a
few days' visit. /


The State Bank Transients registering at the San .r
1 1of Juan yesterday include J. J. Carl in,
New York; J. II. Watson, Jackson-
ville; Cyrus L. Dyer Washington D. A
C., and G. 51. Heath Montreal, Can-
Orlando ada. ,
.
o'--f :
;
t :Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Benson and
daughter of Zaleski Ohio who spent JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG
the past six weeks at the St. James,
on West street left yesterday for MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MONEY .

their; home. They will spend a weekor HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?!
/ two in Daytona and St. Augus-
tine. YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT .

YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN 4 PER CENT. IN-
Messrs. B. E. Dryden, special agentof "
\ the Niagara Fire Insurance company TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE .
New York, and R. T. Caldwell, ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE
representing the Rochester German
Underwriters, are among the many TAKE AN INTEREST IN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-

guests now making their home at the TOMER. C
San Juan. t

r f and Mrs. Garrett and .
'. I daughter.liss Elizabeth Hardy who are Peoples National Bank
I here from :Medford Mass, are pleas- .
---- - antly located at the Summerlin. Mr.
Garrett is one of Orlando's oldest inhabitants "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
and sees many changes
, since he left for New England. lie is
taking great pleasure in renewing ac
quaintances. Miss Elizabeth Garrettis \ L .
now matriculating at the Cathedral
Summer
Cooking school.


Shouldn't Cook k 5 _ I Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Chamberlain and I I .

. daughter, Miss Laura of Geneva,
the Cook Ohio who have been spending sev-
eral days in Orlando guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Withers, of I -Mr. P. L. Swain a retired businessman Mr. II. P. Leu left yesterday after-
dinner Astor House, left yesterday for De- Atlanta Ga., are in Orlando guestsat of Hammond Ind., is a recent arrival noon for Tampa on business connected
. Getting ready 1 Land where they will stop for a visit the San Juan hotel. They are visiting -I in Orlando and is expected to with the Cain-O'Berry Boiler company
in July is just as com before going to their Northern home. at various places of interest in spend several weeks here. '
Mr. Chamberlain is a leading manu- Florida.
fortable as in November facturer in the Buckeye State and hand Mr. and Mrs. Frank II. Landers of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Marvin, who
-if use a / his family liked the looks of this Mr. C. G. Griffith representing the Syracuse N. Y., were among:! the arrivals regularly spend a portion of their
you place so much that it is more than Mergenthaler Linotype company with in Orlando yesterday afternoon. winters in Orlando, were among those
FLORENCE OIL likely that they will return early in headquarters in New Orleans was They are in this section for their first leaving yesterday over the Atlantic
the fall to spend the season. among the business visitors in Or- time, and both express themselves as Coast Line for their home in Bloomington .
COOK STOVE. lando jesterday. being well pleased. Illinois.Pen .
"The Turning roillt in Oil Sto
The !licet goes: into the FLORENCE FORAGE GROCERY CO.

cooking, net i.to the!

I kitchen. It docs your Oil CGG& Stoves SATURDAY SPECIAL Tai 'sdez -

work well and reliably! "Look for the Lever" :30c. per dozen in trade allowedfor
- - eggs. '
.' and keeps you cvmI Sugar, 15 lbs. _________________$1.00 lr
fortable. It requires l Ie.s watching and regulating Armour's Star ham, per Ib._____ .18
Maple Leaf and Gold Seal butter
than a coal stove.: I per lb. _____________________ .38 otl l 1 c:
Tub butter, per lb. ____uUu .35
You can keep one or iou burners at an intensely hot M Oleomargarine:! per lb. u______ .20 ljhisPen "
Daisy pure country butter Ib___ .30 and Ink provide thQ<'p
or merely simmering flame. Golden Dale creamery butter, lb. .37 =
- Breakfast bacon per lb. _______ .22 .,7atermagQ tried and Successful .teriaI:
Come in and let us shovv! you how these Florence t Sliced breakfast bacon, 1 lb. box JS"2 ,INKM1 for -writing
Dry salt white bacon, per Ib. _u .1-1 purposes
. Automatic Stoves \-.-e:!:, how simple and Dry salt bacon, per lb. _n .10-.121-2 !'

, No Wicks to burn cut. i.'3 Valves to leak. Georgia Picnic shoulders smoked bacon per Ib., Ib.___________.15-.18_ .15 -i---ff=; 7=:T::

started each burnervi:J 1 reliable.I' Best cream cheese per lb. ______ ,2C =.,s x, -- H' !t keep going at
Compound lard, per lb. ________ .10 A
power until you turn i* rut.Pir Snowdrift lard 10 lb. pail---___ 1.05 Sold and personally guaranteed by
Snowdrift lard, 20 lb. pail ______ 2.10
Choice lard 25 Ib. _
pail 2.45
: J uuu
rZCTL.V SAFE: Choice lard, 50 lb. pail _______ 4.50 McELROY'S PHARMACY
Choice lard, 60 Ib. tub un__ 5.25
Crisco, large size pail ____un .S:;
See it Demonstrated at Crisco medium size pail _______ .45 .
White navy beans, per lb. ______ .08
Black eyed peas split peas, lima
beans red kidney beans, lb.___ .10 .
White House coffee, per lb. uu .35
Oscar Hand Cracker Boy coffee per lb. _nu .28
& Son Bliss coffee per lb. ____________ .27
Fresh ground coffee per lb. _u_ .18
Four cans choice tomatoes--__-- .25
WEST Tomatoes. 3 lb. can, each ___Uu .09
PINE ST. Best corn, 3 cans -____________ 25 Bank organizd April 16th, 1906 i! .. t\
Peas, choice, per can __________ .10 .
Pink salmon, six cans ______u_ .65: STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE l I t:' "
Tomato kethcup, three bottles___ .2;) J
Pet cream. 1 doz. small cans---- .45 ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO. V&4.. ,Vi .
Pet cream 1 doz. large cans u__ .90 .
IIUIIIIII .111..1..1111.11111111111111111111111111Give Condensed milk, per can _______ .09 At the Close of Business March .1, 191;). Condensed i! . .. "' II
Seeded raisins, per pkg.) _uuu_ .10 ' r .
Prunes 2 Ibs. __nnnnnn .25 From: Report to Comptroller.Loans /j ; :... '
Your Dried _______ .
Wife a peaches, 2 Ibs. n__ .25 . : I
Apricots per lb. ______________ .16 >..-. .. ..: .. '' .
Apples, peck ___ .40 and ---------------$371,679.00 "" : -: "
per
Pillsbury flour, 12 uuu Ibs. nu____ .60 Overdrafts ________________________ 1001.75 : \ .-y 1> -., ',:., ..
i Good Watchand Pillsbury flour 98 Ibs. nuuu 4.45 Stocks and Bonds ________________ 24,668.33 Jl- '. .; ;./ f
Pillsbury, self rising flour, 24 Ibs 1.05 I Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures_ 41857.86 x.' :at.l:..
Grits and meal 91bs. __________ .25 *"
Irish potatoes 1-2 bushel ______ .45 Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310766.95 i 4 a
see how it will harmonize the workings of your Sweet potatoes, 1-2 bushel _____ .45 .
Onions, 3 Ibs. ________________ 1.10 $749,973.89: _
household. Best head rice, per lb. _-__-___ .07
Best Japanese rice 4 Ibs. .:__ __
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- Horse feed sweet,,sack___fl.0-$2.00- .25 Capital Stock ___--_________________$100,000.00 V /

Shorts, per sack _______________ 1.85 Surplus and Undivided Profits ---- 33,970.44 V
orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand Best wheat, per sack __u___-__ 2.85
Best scratch feed per sack ____ 2.30 Dividends Unpaid ______.__________ 52.00

laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our AU stock and poultry powders Bills Payable ____________________ None j; __ ,
per package ________________ .20
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera Ask us for prices on other feeds. Re-Discounts ____________________ None V

I We handle a full line. DEPOSITS ___________________u___ 613,474.52 j
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciate I Come early and avoid the big rush. *
FORAGE GROCERY CO. Due to banks______________________ 476.93 yIS l
and use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or 21 W. Church St. Phone 638. 1

Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold 749973.89 '

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 upT.
C. VATER


....THE GERMAN JEIVEIER.I ..-

I Dr1allo Bank & Trust t C Coffipally

H. repairing make,a specialty All grades in fine American watch, n V

JEWEEVANSLER Swiss, English watches; also Jew- V
elry and Spectacles, expert in this
line. All repairs guarauteed.

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