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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.
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Publication Date: March 21, 1915
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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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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1915. NUMBER 33.

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122,000 JAP TROOPS SPEEDING TO CHINA;






FATE OF CONSTANTINOPLE IN BALANCE




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BULLETIN TROOPS SAYS RUSHING JAPANESE TO I, COLONELS I WIN AGAIN 5-4 FOREIGN SITUATION IS A POSITION IS



. CHINA Barons Lose -Series of 2 Games I WORRY TO WILSONI:



RESUME DARJIaiES FIGHT With Cubs May Louisville Play-Here-2 Chicago ,!I AND CONGRESS MAY BE I! ING MORE[


Games This Week SUMMONED BACK TO I

Warships Again Shelling Forts WASHINGTON ;


-German of Losses Statement to British Tells captured The Louisville the series Colonels of two yesterday games Wilson Has Long Conference \ I II I f [ FLEE[[ MEXICO[


Other News of with 5 the to 4.Barons The,next winning games by the with score the With Speaker Clark- I ;

Complications Are
Barons will be Wednesday and I -
BULLETIN: London March 20. Growing
Thursday, March 24 and 25, with the i! BELIEF IS IF CARRANZA
Stockholm
According to a newspaper

the Tirninger, it is btated tonight that Havana Reds. The management is I Washington, March 20.-On the i FLEES FORCES MAY

endeavoring to with of his from the city on I
secure a game eve departure I *
have sailed
122,000 Japanese troops I I JOIN VILLA
the Chicago Cubs. The official score a short lecture trip, President Wilson i
from a Japanese port for China. last night called Speaker Clark to

of yesterday's game follows: II the White House for a conference. I !: I CARRANZA MAY BE ELIMINATED

Constantinople Doomed
Today it is reported around the

London March 20.-With the Rus- BOX SCORE capitol that the president is beginning : '!

sian Black sea fleet reported knock- i COLONELS.Platte, If _AB 501221 R II PO A E I to believe he will have to sum- I Washington Really Thinks He;
nnn
ing at the eastern door of the Bos-I __ ___ mon back to Washingtonbefore
Midkiff, 2b u 5 1 2 1 5 0 congress May Flee Country as Did
phorus and six British and French Daniels, rf nn__ 222000 the summer is ended.
i
battleships renewing their bombard- I Osborn, cf --___-- .4 01200 The foreign situation is worryingthe j I Ia Huerta and Peace I
Derrick, ss ____ 3 01321 I
ment at the western end of the Dar-4 Stansbury, 3b __n n 4 1 1 3 0 0 president. : I May Come

danelles, London believes the fate of I Weinbferg, Ib nn 3 0 0 11 0 0 Complications are growing and leg- ,

Constantinople today is hanging in demons c ____n 200210 islation may be required to meet con- i! Washington March .-Official
. the balance. from Turkish Crossin, c------- 100220 :
Reports I ditions confronting the adminis-
Northrop, p nnn 2 0 1 1 4 0 now Washington looks for an early elimi

supreme I' Marks, p nUU__ 1 1 1 0 2 1 I tration. : I nation of Carranza as a factor IIPMexico's
confidence in the impregnability - - - The president is said not to be

of the defending forts, which it is I Totals _________32 5 10 27 18 3 willing to assume all of the responI I affairs.
claimed, have successfully weathered BARONS. AB R II PO A E I t Advices reaching the state department -*
Carrot Ib _____n 5 1 1 14 1 0 sibility.It '
the bombardment extending over 21 Magee, cf ____n__ 422300 is reported that the president are to the effect that he is disposing -

days. I! Hemenway 3b ___ 1 1 1 2 1 0 talked quite frankly to the Speakerand i of the forces at Vera Cruz fora
Sloan rf 3 0 0 O' 0 0
Although Turkish official reports nnn
intimated his fears that
Coombs If _______ 402000 congress last stand against Villa. I
minimize the effect of the bombard- would hve to be reassembled. I
Clark, 2b nn____ 201522 I the Carranza
that
Advices state
ment, dispatches from other near Ellam, ss _n_____ 3 0 1 1 4 0 It was stated to the InternationalNews
eastern points say negotiations already -I Hale, c __________ 401251 Service today that the whole I forces are digging trenches fortify-

have been begun with the Grimes, p _Unn 200040 end and aim and possible achievementby I i ing Vera Cruz with a series of barbed-
Dougherty, p ____ 0 0 0 0 1 0 *
American embassy to act as an inter Hardgro\e, p u__ 1 0 0 0 1 0 means of diplomatic correspondence I j wire stockades in anticipation of attack -

mediary to save the Ottoman capital i McBride _____u_ 100000 on the order of council of blockade ; by Vflla-Zapata forces. i

from the guns of the allied warships. - - - I and correlative questions can only I The question that is already occupying -'
Totals _________30 4 9 27 19 3
The the Dardanelles
t attack on was Batted for Grimes in sixth. be to lay a foundation for claims by the attention of the administration -

resumed yesterday, notwithstanding Two base hits-Magee, Ellam. !i I the United States. i at Washington is l. what effect

the heavy losses of the allied fleet the Three base hits-Daniels. Sacrifice No claim will be prosecuted successfully I the removal of Carranza will hare oat

preceding day.' Unofficial advices say hits-Hernemvay Weinberg.!. Stolen! I before a prize court in the Mexico.
bases-Clark, Midkiff. Double plays
little was accomplished yesterday on ; Clark to Carroll. Base on baJJs- future, or post bellum internationalcourt I ; ( i So far as can be ascertained there,

account of unfavorable weather con Grimes 2, Dougherty 3, Northrop 1, of claims, unless! the govern- ; : is nothing on which to base the J

ditions.A I Marks. Hit by pitched balls-By ment is behind the claims by protestsat j that defeat of Carranza by Villa will}
Northrop (Magee, Sloan). Hits off
Constantinople dispatch says the of Northrop, 7 in 5; Grimes, 4 in 6; the time th ealleged wrongs were i : mean the permanent ascendancy of i
sinking of the British battleships Ir- i Dougherty, 2 in 1. Hits off of. committed.The I! :the latetr and peace to the republic.At .

resistible and Ocean and the French ; Grimes 3, Northrop 1, Marks 1. Umpire i state department officials said present Villa and Zapata are in

battleship Bouvet, ascribed by the I' Chestnutt. : today there was no immediate pros- !! i alliance. I

British admiralty to floating mines, pect of making a reply to Great Brit- I Experience has shown that alli- .

was due to torpedoes. ain. ITORIAL.'S: ances between Mexican leaders sel-1!
A STANDARD FIELD BOX f !
i dom last when victory is accomplishedand

Berlin Statement Concerning Darda i AWARD TO BE ANNOUNCEDSOON the time arrives when one of i

nelles Fight I them is elevated to position of su-
Large Meeting Adopted Resolution :
Berlin, March 20.-The engine room I preme power. It is not unusual for

of the British battleship Euryalus Specifying Dimensionsof I Several designs submitted in the :I the other to lead a revolution of his I

was destroyed by a shell from TurkIsh I Standard Field competition for an official pennant I I ;I own.A.

land batteries and many or alii Box for Orlando came in so late yesterday :.I contributory cause for the crumbling -

of the engine room crew were killed, I afternoon that the meeting of the I I of Carranza's power is said to

according to a Turkish report of the I i Considerable interest was manifested committee was postponed until Monday i be disaffection among his officers. I

fighting in the Dardanelles received I yesterday in the meeting at the afternoon. There is thereforestill I; Advices received from Tampico report -
from Constantinople today. A report I I General Gonzales to be resentful i I
house submit de
court over the question of a an opportunity to a i f
states that the latest bombardment Send the I I I of Carranza's order that all oil taxes
sign. sample pennant or
I standardized field box for
resulted in a loss of three of the en- growers water color drawing to Mayor Sperry I, ,, I collected in the Tampico district must .

emy battleships, 150 guns, and 3,000 I and shippers. A resolution was in- on Monday forenoon. I : be paid into the treasury at Vera I

men, while the Turkish losses in men troduced and passed by Col. T. J. Cruz. .*
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were slight. Watkins that the standard field box The Carranza agency here denies
WINS $:; FOR RESTAURANT
be "12x13x22 in.; heads solid 7-8 in. I I that it is Carranza's purpose to collect k

Paris StatementParis I thick, having handholes; sides 38x4in. NAME I I II all available funds to finance his *I

MarehThe French war I slats" and bottoms 3-8x43-4 in. Edward G. Hauselt, assistant cashier I I I I Ii flight. It is intimated instead that I

office in its midnight report on the I slats. i the money will be used to strengthenthe
of the Peoples National Bank, i
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hostilities during the past twenty- i A bill following the resolution deal- 1 i defenses of Vera Cruz. It is the
II will now be able to start a Christmas I
four hours says severe fighting has ing with specifications of the pro- savings account for yesterday he won i I expectation of the state department A
posed field box will be proposed at that Carranza will flee Mexico\ justas
taken at northeast
place Laboiselle !
the $5 prize offered by I). S. Catechi I
of Albert, and west of Perthes in the I the next session of the legislature by & Co. for a suitable name for a new 'I '! Huerta did before him. A
lion. S. S. Griffin. Reports to the department indicate -
Champagne district, with result favorable lunch room opened by the company. ,
to the allies. I 1! The meeting was presided over by Mr. Hauselt won on the name "The I ': I that Carranza's position is daily t

At Iaboiselle the Germans, fater M. O. Overstreet; L. L. Payne, secre National Restaurant. i I II I becoming more perilous. Recent vie-

I tories of the Villistas have
a violent bombardment, attempted a tary.A I :: practically
night attack which was repulsed with large attendance showed the interest I !!, cleared the northern section of Mexico -
NEWTON IN ORLANDO
appreciable losses to them. West of I in the proposed measure. i of Carranzistas and Villa is now

Perthes the Germans also met with Col. Watkins introduced a second i I.I pressing to the attack in the Tam- ,
I lion. A. B. Newton
representativeelect I
reverses when the yattacked the aI-I recolution which was favorably received pico region.
lies. Artillery fighting continues in I I i and adopted endorsing the crop from Orange county, was in Or- Belief is expressed here that if Car- ,

the Argonne and Woerve districts. pest bill proposed by the FloridaGrowers' lando yesterday from his home at .' ranza shoald leave the country suddenly '
'I Winter Garden, mingling with friends.Mr. I
1 and Shippers' League, and :! opposition to Villa, at least in
Newton to leave the lat
BRITISH LOSSES FROM SUBMARINES : also favoring an appropriation by the expects I I the east, would crumble and Carranza
TOTAL 143 SHIPS I state of $100,000 for the fight on ter part of next week for Tallahassee -; : ., troops around Tampico would join the
to be hand when the
citrus canker. so as on I :i Villistas immediately.
I I legislature meets in that city on the
:: Secretray Bryan said that notwith-
Ix>ndon.-German submarine raids
COUNT ZEPPELIN NOW A PROUD second Tuesday in April. I received
standing no dispatches were .
during the week ending March 17 resulted I i
in loss of eight British ves- GRANDPA i today from Mexico City, he feels con-
DEATH OF DAUGHTER I, fident the position of foreigners there '
sels, with a total tonnage of 22,825, I
Berlin.-A son has just been bornto i is less critical.
out of 1,539 arrivals' and sailings, according -, I
Count and Countess Brandenstein- Bertha W. Scott, 7 years old, daughter -I .,
to a summary issued today
I Zeppelin. The countess is the only of Mr. and Mrs. Colon Scott, 210 BOLD YEGG GETS $89
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other
Three
by the admiralty. vessels -
i I daughter of Count Zeppelin inventorof South Hughey street, died yesterday ; ,
which were torpedoed were ableto
reach the Zeppelin dirigible balloon. evening at seven o'clock. The fun- : The East Coast Lumber and Sup-

The total port.losses to British com- I At the time of her marriage the eral will he at the residence this af- ply company, at Titusville was

I! king of Wurtemburg conferred upon ternoon. Interment will be in Orlando robbed of $89 in cash Friday afternoon {
merce from the beginning of the war ,
her husband Baron von Brandenstein cemetery. I I by a bold robber who entered i
to March 17, were 96 merchant vessels I ,
the title of count with the name I I the yard office, threw a "38" in Manager ;
and 47 fishing vessels.
I Brandenstein-Zeppelin. Thus the TilE WEATHER Sanders' face and demanded the :
I i
name of Zeppelin is borne by a descendant money. He fired his gun three times, j

cents 500, to popular select from.library Many hooks new at ti-50 of the inventor, although he Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon- I burning the manager's coat with the

tles. Curtis & O'Neal. has no son. day. I powder. 1 1I
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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MARCH 21, 1915. NUMBER 33.

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122,000; JAP TROOPS SPEEDING TO CHINA; .






FATE OF CONSTANTINOPLE IN BALANCE




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BULLETIN TROOPS SAYS RUSHING JAPANESE TO COLONELS WIN AGAIN 5-4 FOREIGN SITUATION IS A AI [ '' POSITION ISGMORE ,


CHINA I WORRY T TO WILSONAND I
. Barons Lose Series of 2 Games


RESUME DARDANELLES F FIGHT I G N T With May LouisvilleChicagoCubs Play Here-2
CONGRESS MAY BE

Games This Week SUMMONED BACK TO

Warships Again Shelling Forts WASHINGTON
The Louisville Colonels yesterday

-German Statement Tells captured the series of two games
of Losses to British- Wilson Has Long Conference
with the Barons, winning by the score flEE MEXICO
Other News With Speaker Clark- ;
of 5 to 4. The next games with the Complications Are

Barons will be on Wednesday and
BULLETIN: London March 20. Growing -

According to a Stockholm newspaper Thursday, March 24 and 25, with the BELIEF IS IF CARRANZA

the Tirninger it is stated tonight that Havana Reds. The management is Washington, March 20.-On the FLEES FORCES MAY

endeavoring to secure a game with eve of his departure from the city on I
have sailed
122,000 Japanese troops I JOIN VILLA
the Chicago Cubs. The official score a short lecture trip, President Wilson
from a Japanese port for China. last night called Speaker Clark to !
of yesterday's game follows: i
the White House for a conference. I I CARRANZA MAY BE ELIMINATED
Constantinople Doomed Today it is reported around the

London, March 20.-With the Rus- BOX SCORE capitol that the president is begin-
COLONELS. AB R H PO A E I
sian Black sea fleet reported knock- ning to believe he will have to Washington Really Thinks He
Platte, If ________ 5 0 1 2 2 1 sum- :
ing at the eastern door of the Bos- Midkiff, 2b _______ 5 12 1 5 0 mon congress back to Washington Flee Did
May Country as
and six British and French _______
phorus Daniels, rf 222000 before the summer is ended. !1
battleships renewing their bombard- Osborn cf _______ *4 0 1 2 0 0 The foreign situation is worryingthe I Huerta and Peace
Derrick, ss ______ 3 01321
ment at the western end of the Dar- Stansbury, 3b ____ -1 1 1 3 0 0 president. I I May Come
danelles, London believes the fate of Weinberg Ib ____ 3 0 0 11 0 0 Complications are growing and leg- \ ,

Constantinople today is hanging in I demons c ______ 200210 islation may be required to meet con- I Washington, March 20.-Official
the balance. Reports from Turkish Crossin c------- 100220 I j' I
' Northrop p ______ 2 0 1 11 0 I ditions now confronting the adminis- Washington looks for an early elimi-
sources however, still profess supreme Marks 1 1 1 0 2 1 tration. I
, p-------- ;
I I nation of Carranza as a factor in
confidence in the impregnability The president is said not to be

of the defending forts, which it is Totals _________32 5 10 27 18 3 willing,: to assume all of the respon- I| : Mexico's affairs.
have weatheredthe BARONS. AB R II PO A E ( I the
claimed successfully Advices reaching state depart-
Carrol Ib _______ 5 1 1 14 1 0 sibility.It !
bombardment extending over 21 Magee cf ________ 422300 is reported that the president I ment arc to the effect that he is disposing -
days. 3b ___ 1 1 1 2 1 0
Hemenway,
talked quite frankly to the Speakerand
of the forces at Vera Cruz for
Although Turkish official reports Sloan, rf ________ 3 0 0 O' 0 0 i
intimated his fears that
Coombs, If _-___u 402000 congress i a last stand against Villa.
minimize the effect of the bombard- : Clark 2b ________ 201522 would have to be reassembled.It !'
ment, dispatches from other near I ___ ____ Advices state that the Carranza
Ellam, ss 3 0 1 1 4 0 was stated to the InternationalNews I
eastern points say negotiations already Hale, c------- 4 0 1 2 5 1 Service today that the whole forces are digging trenches, fortifying -

have been begun with the Grimes Dougherty p-------, p __._ 200040 000010 end and aim and possible achievementby I! Vera Cruz with a series of barbed

American embassy to act as an inter- Hardgrove p ____ 100010 means of diplomatic correspondence 'I I wire stockades in anticipation of attack -

mediary to save the Ottoman capital McBride ________ 100000 on the order of council of block- by Villa-Zapata forces.
from the guns of the allied warships. ( - - - ade and correlative I The that is
questions can onlybe question already occupying -
I Totals _________301 -
The attack the Dardanelles
on was Batted for Grimes in sixth. to lay a foundation for claims by I the attention of the adminis-

resumed yesterday, notwithstandingthe Two base hits-Magee, Ellam. the United States. I I at Washington i in, what effect

heavy losses of the allied fleet the Three base hits-Daniels. Sacrifice No claim will be prosecuted successfully the removal of Carranza will have on
preceding day.' Unofficial advices say hits-Hemenway 3, Weinberg. Stolen I before a prize court in the I Mexico.So .
bases-Clark, Midkiff. Double
plays
little was accomplished yesterday on -Clark to Carroll. Base on balls- future or post bellum internationalcourt ; i j far as can be ascertained there

account of unfavorable weather conditions ,'I Grimes 2, Dougherty 3, Northrop 1, of claims, unless! the government i, I is nothing on which to base the hope

Marks. Hit by pitched balls-By is behind the claims by protestsat : I that defeat of Carranza by Villa will
Northrop (Magee, Sloan). Hits off
A Constantinople dispatch says the lof Northrop, 7 in 5; Grimes, 4 in 6; the time th ealleged wrongs were i I I mean the permanent ascendancy of
sinking,: of the British battleships Irresistible -I Dougherty 2 in 1. Hits off of committed.The !i the latetr and peace to the republic.

and Ocean and the French Grimes 3, Northrop 1, Marks 1. Um- state department officials said At present Villa and Zapata are in
battleship Bouvet, ascribed by the 'I pire, Chestnutt. there immediate I
today was no pros- I alliance.
British admiralty to floating mines, pect of making a reply to Great Brit- i Experience has shown that alli-

was due to torpedoes. ain. I ,ances between Mexican leaders seldom -
,IA STANDARD FIELD BOX ITORIAL.'S iT !! last when victory is accomplished

Berlin Statement Concerning Darda- AWARD TO BE ANNOUNCED I I and the time arrives when one of

nelles Fight Large Meeting Adopted Resolu- SOON I I them is elevated to position of supreme -
Berlin, March 20.-The engine room power. It is not unusual for
tion Dimensionsof
of the British battleship Euryalus' Specifying I Several designs submitted in the I the other to lead a revolution of his

was destroyed; by a shell from Turk- Standard Field competition for an official pennantfor J .

ish land batteries and many or all i Box Orlando came in so late yesterday I own.A contributory cause for the crumbling
of the engine room crew were killed, I of Carranza's is said to
afternoon that the meeting of the power
to Turkish of the i Considerable interest manifested I I
according a report was committee was postponed until :Mon- be disaffection among his officers.

fighting in the Dardanelles received yesterday in the meeting at the day afternoon. There is therefore Advices received from Tampico report -

from Constantinople today. A report court house over the question of a still an opportunity to submit a de- i i I General Gonzales to be resentfulof

states that the latest bombardment standardized field box for sign. Send the sample pennant or I Carranza's order that all oil taxes
growers
resulted in a loss of three of the en- water color drawing to Mayor Sperryon I collected in the Tampico district must
and A resolution introduced I
emy battleships 150 guns, and 3,000 I shippers. was Monday forenoon. be paid into the treasury at Vera
men while the Turkish losses in men and passed by Col. T. J. Cruz.
I
were slight. Watkins that the standard field box I The Carranza agency here denies
WINS $5, FOR RESTAURANTNAME
I be "12x13x22 in.; heads solid 7-8 in. I I that it is Carranza's purpose to collect -

Paris Statement thick having handholes; sides 3-8x4 I all available funds to finance his

Paris, March :20.-The French war I in. slats" and bottoms 3-8x43-4 in. Edward G. Hauselt, assistant cash- j flight. It is intimated instead that
office in its I slats. the will be used to
the strengthenthe
midnight report on money
ier of the Peoples National Bank, II' j
hostilities during the past twenty- A bill following the resolution deal- I' defenses of Vera Cruz. It is the
I will now be able to start a Christmas j
four hours says severe fighting has ing with specifications of the pro- savings account, for yesterday he won I i expectation of the state department
taken place at Laboiselle, northeast posed field box will be proposed at I ,: that Carranza will flee Mexico justas
the $5 prize offered by D. S. Catechis "
of Albert, and west of Perthes in the the next session of the legislature by I i Huerta did before him.
& for
I Co. a suitable name for a new
Champagne district, with result favorable lion. S. S. Griffin. lunch room opened by the company. I Reports to the department indi-

to the allies. The meeting was presided over byM. :, cate that Carranza's position is daily
I Mr. Hauselt won on the name "The a
At Laboiselle the Germans, fatera O. Overstreet; L. L. Payne, secre- National Restaurant." j j I ,: becoming more perilous. Recent victories -
i of the Villistas have
violent bombardment, attempted a tary.A i practically
night attack which was repulsed with I large attendance showed the interest { i i cleared the northern section of Mexico -
NEWTON IN ORLANDOHon. I
appreciable losses to them. West of in the proposed measure. of Carranzistas and Villa is now ,

Perthes the Germans also met with I Col. Watkins introduced a second I' I pressing to the attack in the Tam-
A. B. Newton, representative-
reverses when the yattacked the al- I resolution which was favorably received : pico region.
lies. Artillery fighting continues in and adopted endorsing the crop elect from Orange county, was in Or- Belief is expressed here that if Car-

the Argonne and Woerve districts. I pest bill proposed by the Florida lando yesterday from his home at I !1 ranza should leave the country sud- t

I Growers' and Shippers' League, and Winter Garden, mingling with friends. I I j denly opposition to Villa, at least in
Mr. Newton to leave the latter -
BRITISH LOSSES FROM SUBMARINES I also favoring an appropriation by the expects I the east, would crumble and Carranza
state of $100,000 for the part of next week for Tallahassee -
TOTAL 143 SHIPS I fight on troops around Tampico would join the
citrus canker. so as to be on hand when the i I
Villistas immediately.
legislature meets in that city the I
on J
London.-German submarine raids I I Secretray Bryan said that notwithstanding -
second in
Tuesday April.
during the week ending"Iarch 17 re- COUNT ZEPPELIN NOW A PROUD i no dispatches were received

sulted in loss of eight British vessels I GRANDPA today from Mexico City, he feels con-

with a total tonnage of 22,825, DEATH OF DAUGHTER I| fident the position of foreigners thereis
I
Berlin.-A son has just been born
j less critical.
out of 1,539 arrivals and sailings, according I
to Count and Countess Brandenstein- Bertha W. Scott 7 years old daughter -'
to a summary issued today
by the admiralty. Three other vessels Zeppelin. The countess is the only of Mr. and Mrs Colon Scott, 210 BOLD YEGG GETS $89 .

which were torpedoed were ableto I daughter of Count Zeppelin, inventorof South Hughey street, died yesterday ,
reach port. the Zeppelin dirigible balloon. evening at seven o'clock. The fun- '! The East Coast Lumber and Sup-

The total losses to British com- I At the time of her marriage the eral will be at the residence this af- i j t ply company, at Titusville, was .
i king of Wurtemburg conferred ternoon. Interment will be in Orlando
merce from the beginning of the war upon robbed of $89 in cash Friday after-
her husband Baron von Brandenstein cemetery. noon by a bold robber who entered ,
i I
vessels the title of count with the name I the yard office, threw a "38" in Manager -

I' Brandenstein-Zeppelin. Thus the I THE WEATHER \ Sanders' face and demanded the

name of Zeppelin is borne by a descendant [ money. lIe fired his gun three times, .
500 popular library books at 50 .
cents, to select from. Many new ti- of the inventor, although he i Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon !' burning the manager's coat with the
tles. Curtis & O'Neal. has no son. day. ': powder. 1I

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for divine
worship
on Sunday morning -
has been shipped to Germany, accord- .
at eleven o'clock at the home of
West and Church Streets
Mr. Abbott, on South Orange a\enue. ing to dependable information reaching Iron Black Eye and
Whippoorwill
Clay
Splendid service, Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the bestooks London. ,
in the sate. Rates ...50 per week and up. !Special: rates to parties ST. LUKEriTcATIlEimALThe Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
table board. The total value of this grain is
wishing Very Rev. JI. R. Rem en, dean.
W. G. DUNCAN Prop Fifth Sunday in Lent. about $6,000,000. The Belgian own- I

The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. ers of it have been paid for their. SALE
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. property in a ne v. issue of paper ,
Morning prayer aijd sermon, 11. money, which the Belgian banks have
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30.UNITARIAN .
been forced to issue and which is not Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent White Dent,
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CHURCH accepted outside of Belgium. Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa
(Corner Central A\e. and West St.) and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
J. W. HURLEY Morning service, 11 a. m.; subject, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

"The Everlasting Ought. Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh j |
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MANAGER "Fibre Plants of Florida" will be WANTED-Ford car, in good condi- ,
the topic given before the Round tion. Address P. O. Box 511.
Table on Sunday evening by Mr. Chas.II. 3-21-3t
Baker, the agricultural adviser, for

TOURISTS ATTENTION! the county. WANTED White waitress.
Apply
Circle Wednesday after-
Unity on
Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room, 13 Or- City Drug Store
will
noon. Miss Gordon give a short
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando talk on "The Modern Drama." ange avenue. 3-21-3tc

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SEVEN I"SSEXGERGTntO. ; ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FI.A ; ;
BILE RENTING. F.. L.
1 (At the Grand) Murray.
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00Electric Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., Office phone ;)..2. Residence phone
pastor. A most cordial invitation is 471. 3-21-3t ..111 e I e 1111 S I11111111111I1111111 a 11111111111111. I I.
extended the public to worship withus.
Elevator Hot and Cold Water BARGAIN, if sold at once, two choice
Sunday school opens at 9:43 a. m.; building lots on Amelia avenue
Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. Colonial Park. $275 each; or on time,
EMPIRE HOTEL Men's Baraca class in basementof $300: each at 6 per cent. interest. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
the new church. Public worshipat Owner Box 694, Orlando, la.
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the 3-21-6t
pastor in charge. Morning sermon,

"Christian Peace." FOR SALE-Modern home; eight
In the evening a "Fanny Crosby
rooms and bath trees and
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round 7:30.Service"iill Lessons be and held thoughts, beginning from her at ]large oak; seven; minutes orange walk to My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite great and noble life will be broughtout 412 postoffice.East Pine.Bargain. Inquire 3-21-lmo owner months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
and a number of her worldfamous -
hymns will be sung by choir and same time it always has.
congregation. This will be a most interesting FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For
service, and the general pub- Syracuse or Rochester property, TIME: TABLEBus
.rnr N 7w lic is cordially invited to attend.B. house at 210 South Main street. Also
Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30: m., house and small grove on Lakeview
p.
Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
in Baraca hall; Mr. Eugene Reid, avenue. Inquire of owner, 419 Margaret -
street. 3216t.FOR *
president.
Prayer and praise service Wednesday -
night. If you have no church SALE-A Clark's one horse cutaway BOUND EAST BOUD
home here, come and be at home withus. harrow; a 14-topth cultivator Read Down Read UpHammond
; a farm harness; all just as goodas
--0-- new, for sale; low price. W. J. \\A.l\I.A.\1.! : P. 1\1. !IA.l\I. P. \1. P. 1\1.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Barber Orlando. Just south of Dren-

Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. nen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw Orlando II 6-30; 10.15 3:00 9.30 .1.30i 6.00
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. I
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. O'Neal, superintendent.Men's FOR SALE-One acre; forty bearing Ocoee .t I 30,11.15, 4:00 8.3C 12.301 S.oo

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. auditorium.Bible class at 9:45 a. m., in trees; a good house; my wife andI \Vinter Garden 7:45'II:3c 4 30 I 8.15 12.15, 4.45

making living it. Come
are a on Oakland 8:00--- 8.00.-
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and see what Florida will produce. 4:30 4"30
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos'! Morning sermon, "The Land of Exchange Easy terms to purchaser. ,Yo J.
in Two Realms." Evening Barber, Orlando, Fla. Just south of e.I ''
inBuilding: in ConnectionsORLANDO sermon "The Invisible and the Powerof Drennen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw
Its Pull." r-
Orlando. Fh.
Young People's Society at 6:30;
Worthington Blackman, president. Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the &Qore
m. next day. 3.3-tf
Special music. Forrest Dabney

Carr, choir director. Miss Roberta FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
ROOFINGAND Branch organist. Seats free. Public It Is Time I I
cordially invited to any and all ser .
vices. ?
VALUES LOW PRICES
-0C.TIIOLlC-- To Plant Vines

SHEET METAL CO. Passion Sunday. CHURCH COMPARE

Mass, 6:30 a. m.
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. Bignonia
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament I BUR FURNITURE I
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos recital of Psalm 50, Miserere Vinesta
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Mel, Deus, and prayer for peace, 11 We provide i the quality i of furniture that has long

and Rubber RoofingsCornices a. Adoration m. of Jesus in the Blessed BougainvilleaPalms been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If article is here it is
Sacrament continued until 7:30 p. m. and Ferns an good.
Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings Rosary, recital of the prayer for It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
peace composed by Pope BenedictXV. this point too clear-.it is one of the foundat on stonesof
for this occasion, Litany of the this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO Saints and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. I I
VIOLET DELL
A plenary indulgence is granted by
His Holiness to those who having
confessed their sins and received Holy McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,
Communion, assist at the morning or GARDENJ.
----- -- ---- -- -- evening fun tions, or pray for some Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla.

period of time before the Blessed M.\ CARUTI1ERS
I I Sacrament while exposed. L J
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Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
The Orlando Meat MarketT. I
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Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
A. YANCY, Manager Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Mat-
ter." FOUR STEEL TRAINS
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice Third floor corner South Orange

Florida and Western Meats avenue Church and street.Church street. Entranceon

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Oysters, Fish, Poultry*, Vegetables, Game, Etc. GERMAN EVANGELIC LUTHERAN
CIIURCII .
Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders Services every first and third Sunday i .. : ;g r...,. ..'(el.JiJI.
Special in the month, at 2 p. m., at Sev- SOUTH: ATLANTIC' 'f:: ;
enth Day Adventists b'uildinlVest !; *
Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 Central avenue.G. 1 LIMITED : I"'" il.Hi: LIMITED

PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. W. Ruehl, pastor.0 l......( .....,. I:: "h.::;
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(Corner :Main and Jackson Sts.) NING N1q NI HT NIGHT
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Bible school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. How- ; 'if.
/ 01' We sell only ard. superintendent. Excellent or . !'; :::::::.-.. I ::1 III : II: .';.:...:.llyJACKSONYlLLE-83m I I 1-":.:.;.. .. '"''''Let. 'jUI_. ,
Pure chestra; fine singing; organized . I'" ;; : .; '
I.; classes. Visitors welcome. n; 0 : ,", .Zb : II... ;: II : I '. .. 1.,:_.1" "I I m
Il Drus Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. : ." K. .
CM m., by the pastor. Subject in the !;:: . . :'" I ..,... .! ArCOLlMBU$6iJiJtA [ '"
/ morning, "Why I Am Not and WhyI : T . ,1; !r I. ... .
; Ought' to Be Connected With the I / MLOUISYIttE3Q5fi I tBIRMINGHAM-125tK;
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/ :w- Church. In the evening the subject : i : ,
r will be "Just Bread." 'I l. I I .. I P
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At 6:30 p. m.. Senior .League devotional IIII :: J :
meeting. 'Itll.II" I :,.'I I II 1 r . f. I :r ''I..
Several special musical numbers at I

each morning service.and evening.Male quartet:Mr.: Wm.will Murphy sing-' COACHES SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS.

will sing an offertory solo at the I II ,, . . ., , . ... . .
I evening service. Visitors always wel I..V..L !' ) '"' I' I .v./ '" \.V.I.n \-} '' -" I. J. .I. '.J.I J J J't

thee come.good."Come" with us and we will do ': ; : '1it / i "
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Its This Week I '!i) fi-r1 ::

t Missionary Reading Circle Monday, I Jtfrif 4 I 1:11: J, .. .
i a. ',. :3: p. m.,, church parlors. I ,D' s rf J Jti
Wednesday evangelistic <&J' tt ,- n FIT\1
I Several speakers from services'l : I aT' II II I ,
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I not miss it. I. 11 I ( : I I I' :
Jt- 1ATLANTIC
i t This church will observe. i' ,,- 1 ,: <\ I ,! .' X ..
I day, Palm Sunday, as "Decision Day. ; !I.--- J; :: ) .E :.: I :\ j12.
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A beautiful and appropriate programwill It. } r., I 0JLil ,.;:
be arranged for the day. Doorsof . !
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4l the church will be opened at each : i- .. .. .."T. ,
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hour. 1'1
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CIIEOPS REPELS CLIMBING ATTACK '. .
OC Ri .c4; 4 SOLDIERS DIE im m .<5i :, : ft. :i -
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.w.,, You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. Cairo.-Four men of the Australian Jjpf

Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the contingent in Egypt have been killedin

best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. the attempt to climb the Cheops
Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not pyramid. Three other men are in a COAST LINE RAILROAD: I

allow itYou hospital from injuries as the result of
can rely on EVERYTHING buy in our drug store. falls from the big pyramid.; One hasso ..?. .-.*-.?

We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. > injured his spine that he will have
A. W. FR1TOT D. P. A. 138Vest Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
: .LERUI 'S PHARMACYTHE to be conveyed back to Australia on ,

.. REXALL STORE a for water the rest bed of and his remain life. on his back I J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.



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;, r,; Free. With every dollar purchase you receive a ticket, and the one holding

%' : ;f.. the number corresponding with the number on the p esent, you receive that

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SECOND WEEK OF THE GREAT CHALLENGE SALE R

Unusual values prevail in every department. For months our buyers have been preparing for the promised great Spring trade. We have

the merchandise, the most beautiful collection in.the South, and we must get the customers, as our preparations have been on a gigantic scale. Our
'V prices will be made to force a gigantic business. Our Prices will be unmatchable, and our merchandise incomparable. They copy our style but no
!. one attempts to meet our prices. It is not necessary to go into details relative to the high grade of merchandise we carry. Every man, woman A
and child knows that we sell only the best that's made. Below are a few of the many bargains we offer: NEW BARGAINS ADDED EACH DAY. .

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CHALLENGE SALE OFCHALLENGE SALE OF CHALLENGE SALE OF TABLE

DOMESTICS DOMESTICS LINENS

BROW, DUCK, full 8 oz., the best grade you ever IMPERIAL CHAMBRY GINGHAMS, 20c. quality It is positive these prices-cannot be repeated. The
bought for 20c., Challenge Sale PPrice ______132c Challenge Sale Price ______________________12/2c values are too great, and what is more it would be impossible :
BROWN CHEESE CLOTH, Challenge Sale Price ____4c SCOTCH GINGHAMS, best grade, 25c. quality, for even The Big Store to secure more at the
BROWN MUSLIN, full wide yard, free from spots, Challenge Sale Price _________________________19c prices for which these were obtained. A
. Challenge Sale Price _________________________5c. PERCALES AND MADRAS, 15c quality, Chal- TABLE DAMASK, bleached, 60 inches wide, regu-
BROWN MUSLIN, 39 inches wide, extra heavy lenge Sale Price ___..,_________________________lOc lar 39c. quality, Challenge Sale Price __________25c
wight, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale Price ______7jc TOWELS, white with red boarders, Challenge TABLE DAMASK, bleached, GO inches wide, good
Bleached, full wide, free from dressing Sale Price __________________________________3c heavy weight, 50c. quality, Challenge Sale
MUSLIN,,Challenge Sale yard Price _______________-____oc. TOWELS, heavy huck, 12'/. quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________________________-:_____39c
MUSLIN, Bleached, a good heavy weight, free Sale Price_______________________________8 l-3c. TABLE DAMASK, pure bleached, 72 inches wide
from dressing, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale Price8c TOWELS, large size huck, 15c. quality, Challenge elegant designs, 65c. quality, Challenge Sale
Sale Price Price ______________________________________49c
MUSLIN, Bleached I all the best grades, 36.inches ---------------------------------lOc
wide, 12V_c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ______lOc BATH TOWELS, a good size, 15c. quality, Challenge TABLE DAMASK: bleached and unbleached,
heavy weight and all pure linen, 75c. qualiChallenge -
I Sale I Price
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CAMBRIC MUSLIN Bleached, 12Jhc.$ quality, --------------------------- ty, Challenge Sale Price 59c
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Sale Price 9c TOWELLING, bleached, twilled, Challenge Sale 1
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Price TABLE DAMASK, bleached satin damask, 72 inches -
CAMBRIC MUSLIN, Bleached, 15c. quality, Chal- ------------------------------------32 c
wide, all linen, $1.00 quality, Challenge -
Sale Price ________________ _________12Ac| pure
; GREAT CHALLENGE SALE its, Challenge Sale Price _____________________89c
CAMBRIC MUSLIN Bleached, 20c. quality, Chal- OF EMBROIDERIES AND\ LACES
TABLE DAMASK leader beautiful ,
lenge Sale Price ____________________________17c for the most wonderful Lace our designs
Prepare and Embroi- pure bleached, heavy Irish Linen, full 2 yds
DRESS GINGHAMS, a good heavy weight, good have ________
dery surprise you ever seen. Come ex- wide, $1.25 quality, Challenge Sale Price 98c
line of patterns, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale
Price _______________________________________5c pecting more is than to limited this advertisement states, TABLE DAMASK, bleached, Satin Damask, 72 inches -
I as our space to give you prices, wide, heavy weight, $1.50 quality, ChaKlenge ,
DRESS GINGHAMS' 12111 c. quality, Challenge but will: say you will find most remarkable Price ______________________________$1.29 ;,
Sale Price _______________________________iy2c bargains in this Great Challenge Sale. One TABLE DAMASK: bleached, extra double satin
DRESS GINGHAMS, 15c. quality, Challenge Sale Lot of new Transparent Embroideries, beauti- damask, pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide, 1
Price ________________:_____________________lOc ful patterns, 25c. value, Challenge Sale Price____lOc $2.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.69 V

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Challenge Sale of Bed Furnishings Challenge Sale of the Seasons. 1

SHEETS bleached size 72x90, regular 50c. quali- Roof Garden i
ty, Challenge Sale Price, 3 for $100 or each____35c Most Stylish Wash Dress Goods i
SHEETS, bleached seamless and free from dressing 1
size-81x90, 85c quality, Challenge Sale (Monday Night)
Do not hesitation make miss
Price _____________________________________69c temporize, may you
SHEETS the Everlasting Kind, will not last forever these many extraordinary money saving opportunities. j
but will last longer than any other sheet With every paid admission to Roof Garden CREPES, all new, fresh and clean, beautiful floralPILLOW
made, 90c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ________7-lc Monday! !night, a Dish of Hand's Pure Ice Cream
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will be given absolutely free. patterns, 1 /c. quality, Challenge SalePrice 1
CASES size 42x36, 15c. quality, Challenge ____________________________________7'/ic 1 1I ,
I Sale Price 10 c.
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PILLOW CASES, 42x36, heavy weight, scalloped, LAWNS, MULLS AND BATISTE fancy stripes i
25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price _____________15c Imp.-War Drama, 2 reels, Videt Mersereau. and beautiful floral designs, 15c. quality, Chal- i

PILLOW: CASES 42x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, THE TREASON OF ANATOLE lenge Sale Price -__________________________9'/zC! 1
22c. quality Challenge Sale Price ____________18c 1
PILLOW CASES, 45x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, CHIFFON MULLS AND RICE CLOTH, small neat j
25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ____________20c Rex Drama. dainty patterns and colorings, 19 cent quali-

BEDSPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular THE MYSTERY OF THE MAN WHO SLEPT ty, Challenge Sale Price ____________________14l/zc! 1
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$1.00' quality Challenge Sale Price __ _ 89c .,
PRINTED CREPES, this is the most beautifulline
BREADSPREADS hemmed ready for use, regular Sterling Comedy.
$1.25 quality, Challenge Sale Price _______________98c of pretty patterns and dainty colorings r
BEDSPREADS hemmed and fringed, regular A RUNAWAY CLOSET we have ever shown, a real 25e. value, Challenge -

$1.50, Challenge Sale Price _________________$1.28 Sale Price ______________________ ___12'2cSpecial
BEADSPREADS, hemmed and fringed, $2.00 quality : -
Challenge Sale Price ______________________$1.69 Admission Free Until 6.30 P. M. low Challenge Sale Prices on all of our higher
BEDSPREADS, satin Marseilles, extra large Admission Nights, 5c. and 10 cents priced Wash Goods, even they are marked at prices never ;
size, $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _____$2.48 V before so low.
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South Florida SentinelMORNING TRADE SLOGAN. building of the greatest and most j said to be very artistic from the view
inland city of Florida.o j
"Three hundred members in thirtyays" prosperous point of Chicago art centers, but the
AND WEEKLY is the of the Orlando I j
w. *L GLENN ......................Editor new slogan opinion of Boston has not yet been
W. C. ESS1NGTON ......Buainea. ManagerEntered Board of Trade. Beginning to- SIDELIGHTS j j madepublic.. Possibly it would not
morrow and continuing for thirty
at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Florida look well in print. Here's hoping
a* Second Class Mail Matter. days, or until April 1, a concentrated (By W. S. Branch) I George will be able to steer the planto -;,; ( :\
campaign will be made by the active
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES greater success than attended the tiT' :1
Daily. 1 Year ...................... *5X> members of the Board of Trade to secure The latest scheme of "Let GeorgeDo I effort to sell San Francisco Exposi- ,'
Daily. 6 3 Months Months: :::::::::::::::::::.-.-: *I-26-60Dally. new members. The campaignwill It" Mason to boom the state fairat tion souvenir dollars in Florida. If :
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .W be under the general direction ofthe Jacksonville is to sell souvenir but- anyone "beefs" at the steer button,

Weekly. 1 Year ........_...........:.. si- officers and directors of Orlando's tons all over the state. The button shoot him on the spot.
trade body and to secure the "300" ,
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN
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ADVANCETO every effort will be expended.The -
ADVERTISERS: Board of Trade is out for business -

dTCitlsinr Copy for matt display be handea and all in at other the hand-set business plans! and have expects been advocated co-operation.for the Many future Millinery !

Cec the day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rats 2 applies p. m. of Orlando, plans that mean a Mr. Forrest F t n Dalilley Carr

U changes for contract advertising adhered: to.it is great deal to the city, that will
larariable and will be strictly
strengthen its interests, and bring
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued prestige and added growth to the entire -
should notify the office in writing on Presents the Song Cycle
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be community. These plans can
continued at the regular subscription rates. make no headway without a larger "
Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is...received...................24 membership. Three hundred members Persian Gardenand The Knox Hat

working in harmony and representing ,
SUNDAY MARCH 21, 1915.
every business and professional interest Charmingly characteristic aptly expresses .
in Orlando, and every boosting forth this famous
DAILY BOARD OF TRADE BOOSTA the creations put by -
citizen, will mean real and astonishing -
bright future faces Orlando- house. Our showings are a splendid

greater population, more industries, Already progress there for the are coming more than year.one I Mr. Worth FaulknerOne criterion of what this high-class firm can

finer citizenry, nobler endeavors, increased hundred members. A few of these : produce, and our whole department is an

wealth, new buildings, pros-and have not paid their dues but the secretary of America's Leading Tenors exhibition and a Kaleidoscope of dainty
perity, perpetuity, advertising
publicity, improved conditions, and is experiencing no difficulty inthis colors, rarely if ever equalled. We need no ..
particular. What is wanted is a
state and national recognition as a eulogies as to our prices. The satisfaction
complete roster of 300 men. With
Premier The Board of Tradecan Rosalind Club sufficient of
City the membership dues from the campaign of our customers is proof our
Orlando these things-if the
give that is going to be waged there price popularity.
entire of business and profes-
body will be sufficient funds in the treasury -\


few fight sional years.without men will cessation assist, co-operate for the next and 'for Orlando's to is inaugurate the development.Now time many to enlist.new for plans a ,I I I I W n y Eve.5 ardfl h 24 I .l


great cause, one that means a substantial -
Read the church announcementsand 'I benefit to Orlando and Orange { a
attend services today. county. When the committees Only 75 tickets on sale Monday

o wait upon you this week do not say i morning, March 22, 1915, Estes Drug I
EVERYTIIING'SIN NO> to their pleas. Simply signify j, Store. .
A NAME. your intention of becoming ONE OF
Everybody knows that St. Peters- THE THREE HUNDRED and give
burg, Fla., is a well advertised city,
but everybody would know that it 1I.1- ,
would be better advertised if the I I. 1Ili
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TO WESTWARD NEVADA., HO o! FOB F SALEA ..

Now that state-wide gambling is
the bill of fare in Nevada we shall

expect that the Terre Haute, Ind.,

crooks will take the next .train for
that lawless commonwealth. Oh, why,
pray tell, do tell, will a man play
cards and shoot the bones new two-story


BLACK IS BLACK, eight and room modern dwell- Money to LoanIf
WHITE IS 11 RITE.A unique
man with an opinion is the right ing, with double READYTOVEARr\
kind of a man. Too many men live in
sleeping porches,
the world who are afraid of steppingon
some brother's foot. If you be- modern garage and I

lieve something come out and say so, butlers quarters, Color,. Style and Fit
regardless of what it may cost you. pretty location you wish to borrow money
Better to have a free mind than to very .
These are placed in their relative positionsfor
suffer from ingrowing cowardice. overlooking Lake and have the kind of
right secur- this season. Other seasons, style and
o Eola. $4500.00 will

THE A NICKEL.SIZE OF buy this if taken ity I can accommodate you with- fit before This color.season ,we can give you FIT,

Utah Indians complain that our now, it is a bargain. STYLE AND COLOR, for our stock is replete -

coinage is too small, particularly the out any delay.S. with positively the "last word" in
lowly nickel. Many a man has trod
Ready-to-Wear Garments.We .
the streets of a large city wish in',
just wishin', for the sight of that have made a special feature of

grand old coin that would buy a cup measurements outside of the ordinary

of coffee, a mug of beer and a free stock sizes, so are in better shape than

lunch, a ride to distant Fortysecondstreet S. G. Dative & SonREAL ever to give a PERFECT FIT.
a ham sandwich, a piece of pie,

or a six cent loaf of bread in New ESTATENo. Y. WAY
York.

THEY WANT THE o VOTE 3 WEST PINE STREET I
Insurance ana Real Estate
IN NEW YORK. Second Floor Agent w.
The New York World recently tooka I

poll of New York state on the ques- "
tion of whether the women wantedthe PHONE 172 tg\i/\

right of suffrage. In Greater DoctorsBackluaster
New York of the percentage of replies -
received 77.04 per cent. expressed & Bnindage
themselves in favor of woman .
suffrage, and 22.96 per cent were op OSTEOPATHS I l

posed. From a poll of seven "up Personal instruction under Dr. Still f
state" cities the World found a like at Kirksville, Mo. I
result. It is bound to come in New 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples II
York state. Woman's Suffrage and National Bank. Phone 578. -
National Prohibition are live ques-
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way-every man has his opinion in / -Y'

these days of freedom-but there can
only be one solution and that will

come before many o years have faded. THORNTON PARKis cr\

THE VALUEOF ,
VISION.

We live in an age when childrenget but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play
Fashionable in New
the primary lessons of life from If its York, its

object studies, when business and religion ground of the city. here!
are visualized for the benefitof
men.
The child learns to read from pictures Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice
rather than from a study of
the alphabet. Life as ve have it here lots now selling at low prices and special inducements t .
and it shall be thrown
as beyond are
offered those who build this
upon the canvass that men may see to season.

and ponder.It is an.age when every man is DICKSON .IYfS CO.
from Missouri and must be shown. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or I

The business man takes nothing for
ask dealer.TAYLOR
granted. The man who succeeds in your .

life takes his perspective from eleva- r
tions and then with a clear vision .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.

proceeds to business. The men who .. ..
have succeeded in Orlando are ex- I II
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actly that type of men. They are the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe

men who in days gone by took a & THORNTON Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

broad view of the situation and invested tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
their money in Orlando dirt. chandise, at right prices
They are without exception the rich
Proprietors ORLANDO FLORIDA
men of Orlando today. Rich because i -

Orlando real estate has made themso. I

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I {@rlaubn ntitty Mr. Herbert Franklin leaves to- "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"

GRANDTOMORROW night for Fullerton, Louisiana, wherehe

has accepted a position with the ,., ri
I Banner Department Stores. Mr.
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR These open Tuesdays have been very I Franklin is an exemplary young gen-
enjoyable this winter and they will
Today be pleased to have each member pres- tleman and carries with him to his
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK OF ent with her two guests. new home the best wishes of many
ORLANDO'S SOCIAL WORLD -0- friends for his continued prosperity.
ROSALIND CLUB
March 21 to 21 NOTICEA
called meeting of the Rosalind NOTICE CHANGE IN PRICES 8 4
Today Club will be held on Monday, at half : .
Usual church services. past three o'clock, for the purposeof The Sentinel is requested to an-
Round Table; address by Mr. Chas. deciding whether or not it will be
II. Baker, "Fibre Plants of Florida." well to continue the" plan of havingthe nounce by the management of the Lu-
Monday club rooms open daily in the af- "THE NEW MAGDALEN"A cerne theatre that, beginning with to-
Called meeting of Rosalind Club. ternoon. A full attendance is desired. morrow, Monday, the price of admis- ;
Mission Study Class, Chapter Eloise Robinson, secretary. sion to the balcony' will be only fiv. I o
House. -- Biograph Special Feature com- 0
Mrs. W. C. Essington, hostess for :MISSION STUDY CLASS cents. AN OPEN FACE WATCH
the National Park Seminary alumnae PROGRAM.The .
Mission plete in two parts."SENTIMENTAL. is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through
chapter of Orlando. Study Class programfor KISSIMMEE PEOPLE IN CITYS.
Missionary reading, M. E. Church Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the misrepresenting, and selling at a moderate price, we have established -
3 o'clock. Chapter House, St. Luke's Cathedral, ll a clientele which we prize more than any one thin Let
Tuesday is as follows: B. Osborn and J. J. Griffin, of
show line of beautiful watches
us you our diamonds, bracelets,
Mrs. Watson, hostess for the "Auc- Leader, Miss Kilmer. Kissimmee, were in Orlando for a etc.
tioneers." Paper, The Meaning of Missions; short time '
.. yesterday. Congressmanelect -
Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater entertanis Dean Remsen.A ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
the Junior Matrons Card Club. Bit of History of the Women's Sears was in Orlando Friday. ,
Open meeting of the Sorosis Club. Auxiliary to hte Board of Missions; SOPHIE"
Wednesday Mrs. Mann. New want ads. in, today's paper. 'K '01:1. .d]
Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. Tem- Bishop Brent; Miss Rand. ;
ple, hostess. Hostesses: Mrs Vivian, Miss Por- 1
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Mrs.Thornton entertains the"Bach- ter, and Miss Plaisted.
elor Girls." All interested in missions are cor-,: J
Twentieth Century Club entertainedby dially invited to attend. Essany Comedies."ADVENTURE. LucerneTOMORROW
Miss Hope Starbuck. --- r OUR PAINTS ARE NIXED 1
Unity Circle; topic, "Modern Dra- SOCIETY NOTESOF {
ma," by Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon. INTEREST.Mrs. '. with only pure white lead and Pure
Needlework Guild, Chapter House. Wm. A. White and Miss Eu- linseed oil as a base. There are i
"In a Persian Garden," CarrFaulkner dalia White will depart tomorrow for p y cheapening substitutes, but not inC
recital at the Rosalind Club. their home in East Orange, N. J. On the
paints
o r' we sell. And let us tell i
Thursday the return home Miss White will stopat
Afternoon party at the Rosalind Sweetbriar, Va., for a short visit. OF WRONG "RUNAWAY JUNE you it paysto buy such paints just as '
Club; Mrs. Slemons, chairman.Kil Mrs. White and Miss White have pu it pays to buy the best butter or ;
Kare Klub; Mrs. L. B. Hall, made many friends in Orlando and Getting better with every w freshest eggs.Orlando j
SANTA CLAUS"An
I hostess. have been entertained many times WH1TB4 '
Pupils' recital Cathedral school. many dinners, dances and parties hav- episode.
Friday ing been given in their honor. N Paint & Wall Paper Co !
Nullos Club entertained by Mrs. B. -0-- Edison Comedy.
C. Buxton. at Oakland. Dr. Mary Safford has returned 205 S. Orange Avenue
Mrs. E. P. Monroe, hostess for the from Miami where she went ift com- "THE STUDIO OF LIFE"A '
Bow-Knot Club.Saturday pany with Dr. Anna Shaw, who spoke COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
last Saturday evening in Orlando on
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. Woman Suffrage. During her trip Reliance Drama. i iI
Entre Nous Club. Dr. Safford delivered several addresses -
- for the cause. .
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NOTES.At very pleasant occasion for the HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" "HIS LAST DEALA WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver J
the rehearsal of the Mendels- two families present was the birth-
sohn Club which is to be held at the day dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. W. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. !
Presbyterian vestry Tuesday evening E. Martin in celebration of the first Majestic Drama. Something new Something New !
. at 8 o'clock, three new beautiful cho- anniversary of Ernest William Wade. Try it. Ask About it. .
russes will be taken up: "John An- He was the recipient of several nice Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
a derson. My Jo," "Drink to Me Only : gifts, among which were a savings three or more ,
With Thine Eyes," and ':My Rosary." :deposit account and a "book of for- "ABIRD'S A BIRD"A Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand.
While all three are familiar songs, i I tune" bank. 5 cents 10 centsOSTEOPATHY COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES 1
they have never been sung in Orlandoin -0I POTATO SALAD 1
choral form. Every one is requested I The Twentieth Century Club will Keystone Komedy, "Nuff i
to be at the vestry early so that I'' be entertained Wednesday by Miss --- Sed." J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery 1
work can be started promptly on Hope Starbuck, 405 East Livingston II
time. avenue. The subject of the readingwill Phone 26 ;
- be Tennyson's "Queen Mary." j
THE GREAT TENORTO I -o- FIVE BIG REELS FOR THE tI jJ j jj
BE HEARD. Mrs. W. M. Glenn yesterday entertained J
On Wednesday evening when Mr. the members of the local Kap- I S J
DR. J. c. HOWELL -----
Worth Faulkner makes his debut be- I pa Epsilon alumnae chapter in honor I I.
fore an Orlando audience his first se- of Mrs. Otto Grasse, of New York. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon SAME LITTLE PRICES. I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results j
lection will be the grand opera aria, Besides the members were Mrs. Henry Kirksville Graduate
"When I Am Laid in Earth," from I Gordon Gale and daughter, Miss Consultation Free I.
the opera "Rido and Aeneas,** by Henry Beatrice, of Chicago, cousins of Mrs. Office Cheney Block Opp. San Joan -
... Purcell, who was born 1658 and Glenn. In the navy bean contest Mrs. HoteL .
died November 21, 1695. Mr. Faulk- W. C. Essington won first prize, two Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
ner's other numbers will be "Mother dainty Madeira handkerchiefs. Miss Orlando Fla.WOOD.
o' Mine," by Tours; "The Cayote," Margaret Drennen, of Big Stone Gap, FRANK A._CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL i
La Farge; "A Swan" and "A Dream," I Va., the guest of Miss Eda Brewer at 1
both by Grieg. Winter Park, was present.
"The Persian Garden" will permitof - Established 1886 !
Mr. Faulkner being heard in "0 Social affairs of yesterday were the
Moon of My Delight," a compositionthe Saturday Auction Bridge Club, hos- ;
equal of which has not been com- tess, Mrs. Davis; and the Entre Nous j
posed in years. This work was given Club hostess, Miss Miriam Fudge.
here in Orlando by its' composer, Liza I Both were charming social events. $2.00 Per Strand CURTIS & O'NEAL j
Lehmann, one of the world's great-
est musicians, some years ago. So I Mr. A. C. Day, of Oxford N. Y., Veneer CoresAT i
great has been the demand to hear who is visiting friends in Taft, was
this wonderful work, and the Rosa- in the city yesterday, accompaniedby ALL TIMES j
lind Club being limited to its seating I Mr. C. W. Tomkies, who was show- INSURANCE LOANS
capacity, there will be placed on sale ing him the sights of the city. Mr. Orlando Wood YardB.
Monday morning, March 22, seventyfive -
Day is a railway mail clerk and has
tickets, which the general publiccan been on the run between Utica and W. Kingsley, Proprietor RE AL ESTATE RENTALS j
purchase. Binghamton, in the Empire State, for PINE STREET AND R. R. ;
-0- the past twenty years. Telephone 344 1
. RECEIVED MANYCONGRATULATIONS.. 930IIIIIMMMMIIICIMIIiMIMMililllllilMIMMIM 1J J 1J

Mr. W. D. Galpin, who is certainly All round money getters-want ads.
entitled to be classed as Orlando's
pioneer winter visitor, was the recip- 1
ient yesterday of man,' tokens and 1J J
pre-congratulationa on having reach 1
the seventy-seventh milestone on his APRIL WEDDINGSRequire
journey through life, today. Mr. Gal- For Sa.le j
has been faithful to .
pin a pilgrim
the of orders for
Orlando for the past twenty-five years prompt placing engraved
and his many friends regret when invitations. Our samples represent the very latest i
the times draw nigh for him to leave shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price
his haven at the Summerlin House and fashionable society.WE I
and start for the North where he
LEAD in originating artistic effects with fine
spends his summers. May many hap- A
. py memories of delightful years spent material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for 450000. bargain. i

cling and cluster about you. samples which will be supplied free of charge.J. 1 1

SOROSIS CLUB- P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding

OPEN TUESDAY. Stationery Engravers, Whitehall St. Atlanta, 1

Tuesday, March 23, will be an open Ga. j
session of Sorosis. Each member has '
the privilege of inviting two guests. IlilliniMilllMliniMMMMMMIMMIIIIIMIIIilJ MIMIIIMiilllMt* t M M1111 Ml 111 > IM IM111M11111 11MIM i I M 1111111..


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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
7,500. MILES ON 3 AND 3ft INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS .
j 30 x 3Va ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

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

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

f 36 x 4/2! ________27.35 28.70 5.20

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

to tire trouM:s ; ; If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.



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CUT PRICESTO SENTINEL FOR Knox.veniences RENT-r-Smali, unfurnished.flat, modern Jas.11-3-tf con-A. .J1.11'1'ber.i, I atliss and<<: Sliin >;losORTLAJSTDO }--


GETREADY NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
CASH WANTSThe 10-25-tf

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Morning Sentinel Want refined elderly widow I
Directory is the Greatest Want and daughter would like to care fora
Orlando
Sanford and
65
acres,
Ad Medium in Orlando. furnished home during the summer
Brick Road. for the rent. Address E. H., care of
- Tempe Cash in Advance. Sentinel. 3-20-61*

6 Room House, close in. Easy WANTED-Small furnished house.

Terms. For One Day RATES______________23t home Desire to care for some one's winter Cement-
Grove. For Three Days ____________50c "XYZ,"during Sentinel.the summer. Address Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
1 Lot in'Highland For Six Days _______________75c care 3-19-3t
For One Month: ____________$2.50 FARM WANTED-Small
2 Lots Concord Park farm near
This rate applies on all ads of Orlando, with house horse, wagon,
25 words or less. If the ad contains and tools.
Seminole Park Lots cow farming Good land -
more than 25 words the rate and reasonable price. Address L.
will be one cent per word for Herrman, Lake Worth, Fla. 3-18-6t*
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in-

terms. sertion.If WANTED TO BUY small home, not
you can't bring your ad to far out, with trees and shrubbery; JlrdJ.dtn $
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- must be neat and attractive and ?,ur :
the above. counts opened by telephone will be cheap. Describe fully with price and .
payable the following day. number. Address Northerner, care

Sentinel. 3-18-6t ---______ ____ - _n__ _ _ __ .
Every Home-Every Business--
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a INVESTORS


Watkins Block PHONE 504, I Sentinel FOR Want SALE Ad. do.office.sion.Loan five First wanted years.class,"Advertiser security.Property about $4,500 No near," commis-3-20-6t Sentinel straightfor Orlan- KINCAID I C I B ann SNOWDENOrlando's S U \ B



FOR 90 "DAYS FOR SALE-Cut] flowers-roses, car-
nations, sweet peas, etc. I have a
large and beautiful variety to choose I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction Largest and Cheapest
You can buy foundation from. Miss Hope Starbuck, 405 E. nor any city lots outside of
stone building blocks, side- Livingston avenue. Tel. 521. the corporation, though I have some
3-20-3tc splendid building lots near Lake Eola,
walk tile, or anything In my and they will be priced on their mer- FURNITURE HOUSE
line at reduced. Call around FOR SALE-Six] room house, bunga- its. See the owner and save commis-
and let me surprise you on low style, two porches, trunk room, sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
prices. gas and electricity. This month cheap. 2-26-lmo

F. D. GORE, Ten\I. E.minutes II, Sentinel.walk to the postoffice.3-19-6tc VISIT THE( ALTAMONTE: : HOTEL Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando '
BEFORE YOU LEAVE

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold Auto
out to Aliamonte Springs,
at house of '
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. once seven rooms; nine miles, and see the beauty spot
screened porch, bath, trunk ,and
room of all Florida, and get the best din-
large closets, gas and electric tights;
ner served in interior Florida at the
splendid location five minutes from
; Altamonte Hotel. Orchestra and ev- r
postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire
ery amusement. Geo. E. Bates &
Owner, 312 North Main. 3-18-12t Son
proprietors. 3-17-6tc

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE-100 Lu Gim Gong 3 year RAFFIA, all colors, for sale at the
Avenue and old nursery trees, budded from the Barlow Gift Shop, at their new lo- Clearance Sale
Office corner Orange
mother tree; a large number of 3 year cation, No. 7 in the Arcade. 3-20-2t
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg-, old orange and grapefruit trees ready
Phone 419. for planting now. Whole nursery stock JOIN DUVALL PARTY TO NEW
will be sold. Address Alabama Lodge,
YORK, NIGHT OF 27th. SPECIAL
Winter Park, or telephone 461 WinterPark.
3186tcLOOK COACH VIA ATLANTIC COAST OF
LINE. RATE $17.60.JIIOXE 441.

StrawberriesFresh !-18 fine city lots for sale. 3-18-tfc I
Also furnished or. unfurnished I
houses for summer rental. ...Price and For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
Vegetables terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, owner ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
215 South Main street, opposite Ga.s HeatersHaving
Methodist church. Phone 99.2.27.1mo' .
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Guaranteed Eggs "while you wait," at Young's Repair
ShOD. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
FOR SALE-A] good work horse;

Pure Florida HoneyN. quite Hanson's guaranteed No. Shoe 19 to East Shop.give Pine satisfaction.street 3-2-1mo, at In-A. R. N. SEYMOUR CONTRACTOR is the man to see a few heaters left which we do not wishjto car-

before to letting build and contract want,the if you best are house going ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two

J. HoneySee modern cottage conveniences, seven rooms, roomy and porches story bath,, I possible. O. Box for 195.money LPhone invested.P. 478.2-18-lmoc. out during the month of March at the following prices:

excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
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An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free .
for
Heaters
at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf $8.50 $6.80
window display FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
our
equipped; speedometer, Presto tank,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at WHY BE TROUBLED with that 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
of Heintz goods.CARUTHiRS Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf cough, sore throat and croup, when
:you can get relief by using Lee's
Sore Throat and Cough Remedy. J. C. 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
ear FOR SALE-Story: & Clark upright Taber, 601 West Amelia avenue, saysit
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle is worth its weight in gold; ask
Weeks in the recent contest will be him. For sale by City Drug Store. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
&
GGREj sold: for benefit of Baptist church Price 25c. 3-16-61 I
building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. BUYERS AND -

New Modern Grocery G Weeks-13-tfc, 10 Washington street. estate.I buy,Have sell rent resided, and in SELLERS change Orlando, Fla.real, BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

over 30 years. Have handled over
FOR' SALE-Five] passenger touringcar 20000000. Call and see ma. -
Phone 200 in A-l condition; cheap for 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor,
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. Take your Kodak films to Robin-
1-4-tf son. 3-3-tf
6 and 8 East Pine St.OiIadoashillgIoA.

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock SPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS PARTYTO

and tools, best farm in county; va- NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- COAST LINE TUESDAY NIGHT, ,
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock '
Orlando. MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK
Bldg. J. Van Buskirk, own-
er. 1-16-tfc 213 RIDGEWOOD AVE. THROUGH GAS DEPARTMENT
SLEEPER. 3-18-tfc

JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of
the most important items in success-
ful growing of fruits and vegetables.Talk .
DRAWING ROOM with II. C. McDaniel. He has 1
made a success of growing both. He A Bargain -
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sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"brand. -
Sleeping Car His experience is worth something Established 1870
to Phone 708.
2-26-lm you. R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '

First Car on March\ 16 FOR SALE-A 132 Park Place, New York fin lets Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStore

good comfortable Wholesale Dealers and Commission
home for small family; garden
VIA growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- Lot overlooking Lake Merchants in Florida,Orangesand Has always on hand a large and' well selected

ers avenue.; six rooms. Apply 510 3-7-lmo Marion* Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Atlantic Coast Line i Lucerne, $1.600. Must Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
FOR RENTFOR
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
be seen to be appreci- FOR PAINTING AND PAPER
Standard CONTRACTORS HANGING
Railroad of the South RENT-Display window and( Liberal advances made on con-

part of store room; good location. signments. ALWAYS GLAD TO.SEE YOU AT f
Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. Address "Owner," care of Sentinel, ated. Calls
for location and price. 3-20-3tc R. E. Cocnran. President.T. .

Tuesdays, Thursdaysand FOR RENT-Furnished house or flat; L. Turney, Treasurer. FINLEY'S PIONEER
1-22-2m
gas, lights and bath; seven minutes
SaturdaysLeaving walk to postoffice or theatre; low ren HO 167 Corner Pine'and Court
to small family. A.1.. Callis, 403
Orlando on Train 82, South Lake street. 3-20-6t PHONE 646For I

at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri
CARL DANNIREAL Cadillac
days and Saturdays.For FOR RENT FURNISHED-Owner Eight Cylinder :
would rent for summer his home,,
.
completely furnished lot FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
Reservations and Tickets ; large ; rose I

call on A. C. L Local Ticke proposition garden; plenty to family of foliage of adults; a choice only.: BARNARD & SON

Agent. 3-18-6tc Address" Rose Garden, Sentinel office. ESTATE T 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. The :b arketOF

12-10-lm CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished,
for permanent occupancy, a modernsix OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI!
room house, with bath rent COMPANY
; very FRESH AND SALT MEATS
:-.. .\ low to desirable people. Mr.J. L.. 200
: West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w Dr. S. S. JonesCHIROPRACTOR Kept under the best sanitary condition

vh'j; i Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
FOR RENT Five
with i
room cottage,
bath, completely furnished from jD. K. Davidson and pare.
first of April for summer or for the I I graduate Davenport College, 17 and We Inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
OR. L H. RAMSDELL :year. Mrs. Gertrude McDade. 307 GOLF INSTRUCTOR 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone the
Broadway. 3-16-6t 203. Intelligent people everywhere everything in Meat Line.
OPTOMETRIST 're being restored to health by chiropractic i
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE $3.50 PER WEEK-Rooms in the best ; Orlando Country Club adjustments, the new science i H. :IVd.i Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSE part of the city, but a step to every of removing the cause of disease. Examination I j
Telephone No.
thing; large verandahs hot and cold 249. free. 12- 4-1mo !
AND DO ALL KINDS OF water. The St. J amesest; and I PHONE NO. 802 PINE STREET

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to offer prizes to the studentsof ing glances of history students-espe- ,I R. Ivey, Jr., of Brandon, is the afternoon, in honor of Ethel's and
daIly during class time. clerk at the A. C. L. depot, Mr. A. H. I Bessie's birthdays. The afternoon
(By Arthur hey) the several schools of the city. FroIrl0akland .
The Echo editor offers a liberal Brown having been called to Linden. was so rainy many were kept from at-
I The prizes are given to those writing prize for the best school song writ- Mr. and Mrs. George Tennent have j!I tending. Fifteen guests were pres-
The senior class pins and rings the best of four sub
: essay on one ten by a school student. The prize Oakland, Fla, March .-Mrs. S. as guest Mrs. Coker and Miss Kate ent. They had a merry time. Re-
have at last arrived. They are certainly !jects furnished by the society. There will be in the Hull I'. freshments of an abundance of cake,
I winning song printed B. spent the week-end in Orlando Coker, of Society Hill S. C., Mrs.
beauties. 'Separate prizes for each grade. Echo and sung at the close of school.If visiting friends.Mr. Tennent's mother and sister. 'ice cream, bananas, apples and candy
The Classical club pins are also A separate list of prizes is offered in music is composed for the song hte T. B. Wren, of Clermont, vis- The concert given at the school I I were served in the dining room. The

among the late but welcome arrivals. each school. Essays must be com- orchestra leader, Stuart M. Gould, ited his daughters, Misses Vera and house Thursday night was greeted bya I i children formed a double line as they
Our peanut trust better known as pleted by May first. The above are will have it rendered by his organization Bernice, the first of last week. large and appreciative audience. 1 I opened an office for the transacting of

s the senior boys peanut club has fall- I the conditions upon which prizes will at the closing exercises. With Mrs. Nannie Hudson and little The Times of last week gave each one I I was very prettily done. Luther Sad-

en on evil days. Not that the members ,be awarded-providing that there are all this glory offered them- to say daughters went to Luiden Friday to on the program such a good write-up i ler and Annie Query were the leaders.

are lacking in club loyaltyfarfrom j I three entries in each class. nothing of the cash, there is small visit her mother, returning Monday.The that we can only add that every word
it. Dues are promptly paid- i Classical club now meets weekly. reason to doubt that the budding crop Misses Cooper, who have been was verified by their appearance. I I IDENTIFYING HIM
and thereby springs the difficulty, fora I More practice for the baseball boys of school poets will be greatly in- visiting in the Query Home, returned Each number merited hearty applause I

monster surplus has accumulated in I this week. creased. last Wednesday to their home in Avalon and each performer so won the hearts :i i The elderly admirals were called
spite of the current fallacy concern mentioned in last
I For weeks, as Junior class meeting occurred Fri- Ga. They were both quite popular of the people that many have expressed -1 "wheezy, onion-eyed stuffed puddings"
ing the school boys inexhaustible appetite week's" school gossip, the campus has day afternoon. The special calamity with the young people and they the wish that they will render { by ap resident who imagined himselfa
for parched peanuts. Some- I been surrounded by tall stacks of pav- which made this meeting possible has will be missed from their circle. another concert before leaving this a fresh hot tamale and regarded fed-
times days without a call for brick. afternoon, after
pass Friday
ing not yet become known. Mrs. Wait and little children spent section. I eral judges as being doughheads.-
roasted "goobers," and the martyr- much start madeon I'
preparation a was The boxing craze of some weeks several days with her mother at Mr.: and :Mrs. F. F. Cross gave Louisville Courier-Journal.
like members who bent on reducingthat Jackson street north of the school, back has died a natural death. a..
awful surplus at last proposesa and it is to be hoped that not only -
Mr. McRea of the American Book - --- - -- ---
purchase does so with an apologeticlook this but also on the remaining paving
'I company spent Friday at the high
on his face.Something around the school may be finished school.
najEEaB im
must be done to the surplus -I soon so that the grounds need no Messrs. Phillips and Branch of the
and that right soon or the club longer be obstructed as they have so
local board spent some time at the
will to smash, for a schoolboy been the materials.
go long by paving
school early in the week.
even though he be a senior, will tire Echo editorial staff meeting held ; The"Attractive Way"Florida

of peanuts in time, and the surplus Friday afternoon. SHELL FISH COMMISSIONERSMEET

stands constantly as an ugly sign- I The Peace Society has arranged a
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board telling of peanuts to be eatenin most interesting exhibit in the his- t to Northwest
future. It has already come to I tory room of the high school. The I New Orleans.-The annual conven- r.* 4 '

such a pass that members of the club most striking part of the display is tion of the National Association of L. & N. trains give service to all the leading centers in the

can hardly look an honest peanut in \ formed by the exhibit of flags of all I Shell Fish Commissioners began here Dixie s' Central West and Northwest. They run from Jacksonville

the face without shuddering. II I nations. The flags being hung in Wednesday for a three days session Limited to a dozen important terminals. At these they connectpromptly
Classical club Tuesday as usual. I strings across the ceiling form a very with President McDonald Lee, of is fastest for all the
II surrounding country. Chicago,
Virginia, presiding. Important and finest train
papers o St. Louis ,
Cleveland,Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville -
t j pertaining i to the shell fish industry to the Northwest,
of the country have been prepared and and the only through 0 Atlanta, :Montgomery, Knoxville, Nashville,

EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4TH" will be read and discussed during the sen ice out of Ja
sessions. in the forenoon. .\ 6r I
Phases of the of the tram for first-class travel < _,
;
propaganda tr.lt; direct from Jacksonville.Some .
We are showing a beautiful line of Easter oyster, the shrimp, and the crab, and Dixie Flyer b the year-round Jacksonville 0 -

Cards, Booklets, Folders and other suitable ar- the economic side of the mussel in- to Chicago train. Leaves the .... Atlantic Limited

dustry will be taken former city every night 8:30 p. m-,arrive: .-,, ,fie
ticles for up. :
gifts.Reasonable. Chicago early the second morning.Montgomery : This popular train runs daily byway of Atlanta
and Knoxville to Cincinnati Louisville,
prices on everything. Post THE PERSIAN GARDEN TO BE Route Express is the .0 Cleveland' ,Indianapolis intermediate

Cards one cent each.V. PRESENTEDOn Ii \; I night train from Jacksonville for St. + points. Solid through steel! train out of
I Louis. Through sleeper.dining-car service. JacksontiiileatRl5p.m.daily.] arriv
Wednesday evening, March 24,
\ S. BRANCH, I in the Rosalind Club, Mr. Forrest L. & N. Service Points ingCincinnatiandLouisviileearlynext .
out-
evening-one night
The Arcade Book and Music Store I Dabney Carr will present the Persian Time cards and information regarding schedules furnished on appli Electric lighted coachesdraw-
Garden, from the "Rubaiyat of Omar cation. Tell when plan to start where .
us: you on your trip. you want to mgroom and observation
I' Khayyam. On this occasion Mr. go. and what route you prefer. We will work out the schedules for you. kleepers.Dining cars serve
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,Worth Faulkner, one of America's Reservations cheerfully made. Write,wire or'phone us. When you get to meals.including supper
OUR MOTTO leading tenors, will be presented. The Jacksonville will see that your tickets are ready for you and assist you in leaving Jacksonville
:
program will permit Messrs..Faulkner checking baggage,etc. One i>f our representatives is at all our departing trains. Daylight ride

Small Profits and Quick Returns"Get and Carr to be heard in grand op- Help in planning trips gladly given. If you are undecided as to route. drop us a line. through Georgia
era selections. Those assisting Mr. Tennessee anr
IVrhaps'we cub make a suggestion that will interest.you and help to a decision. We want
Faulkner and Mr. Carr will be Mrs.
on our Mailing List and let us send you our Price to serve you in ail travel matters. Give us the chance and see how quickly we will respond. KentuckyIIMMIMItt
Forrest Dabney Carr, Mrs. Mather-
Card from time to time.A .
Smith, Miss Reba Hilborn, and Miss H. C. BRETNEY, Florid. Passenger Agent, Louisville & Nashville Railroad
quantity of Oats going at $2.25 per sack. Roberta Branch. The seating capac- 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167)), Jacksonville, Honda

Hay, $1.60 per cwt. ity of the Rosalind Club being Limited .
Direct" and diverse routes to the California Expositions. Write for details. -
to three hundred, there will be placed
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.
\ on sale Monday morning, March 22,

W. L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 seventy-five tickets in Estes drug -- 3Bidcler
store. yr ,it T
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To the :E1ighest .




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


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


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


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


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


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


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



Proposition No. 2

Proposition No.
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits,

which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We

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

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Avenue 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 Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The
out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning

house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The %
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 old Orange and Grape .
year
second floor 4 I
large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
Fruit trees, which are'at their best, uniform in size and remarkare -
decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ./ ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above

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




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


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


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


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




THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE and INVESTMENT CO.




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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO .

Total Responsibility:

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00

Surplus ___________$25,000.00



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ,I



:Mr. P. M. Shanibarger, one of Pine
I 1 Castle's sterling citizens, transacted
business in Orlandoesterday..


Postmaster J. Tilden Jacobs, of
Chuluota, was among the business 77/S 'PRLDE'NTMANPUTNSfRST
t transactors in Orlando yesterday.Mr. .
fI f
I ft Cliff Cohen, passenger agent /UNGS/N THE
t Atlantic Coast Line, will spend Sun-
t day at Winter Haven and Florence BAN/C <
r Villa, returning to Orlando Monday r'
morning.Mrs. (
! SECURE FOR SURE \$IMf% _.

t. F.1.. Turner, of Orlando, is rMRYK
i DON'T let idle funds remain idle, and don't invest spending several days in Fort Myers

in any security or venture. where there is apossible visiting among friends. Mrs. Turneris
l4 making her headquarters at theElammond.
of risk.
question
,; ,
.-Fort Myers Press. It010 r

' Think of SAFETY FIRST.
WANTED TO BUY about ten acres
f Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure"Your land convenient to Orlando or Winter -
Park suitable for fruits and
idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 percent poul-
try. Price must be reasonable. Ad-
and is ready when you need it. dress "A," care Sentinel. 3-21-lt
;\ We issue Certificates for any amount any business -

I day. Mr. Cohen suggests that those desiring -
to join the Sargent and Duvall
parties for New York, night of March /f ylt
27th, call on Mr. White, depot ticket z
k agent, and get their identificationcards r ,
The State Bank first of next week. 3-21-ltc .9 X4C

1
i Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Windsor, Grand
Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. E. L. Woodwardand
Miss Kate Milligan, Saratoga 11 c ::7 _
of Orlando Springs, N. Y., form a pleasant party ,
now visiting Orlando and making
their home at the San Juan hotel. .
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

Transients registering at the San MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-
Juan yesterday include L. W. Gosney,
A. R. Feagin, M. Knowles, Atlanta; EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?t
/ W. H. Phipps, Valrico; Hiram Bird,
Miami, and Wood Worthington, Danville I I YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT
Ky. YOUR MONEY WHERE IT.WILL EARN H PER CENT. iN- t

TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Osteen, who
have been spending the winter in Or- ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE

lando at their home on Colonial Drive, TAKE AN INTEREST IN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-
I left yesterday afternoon for Greenville -
., S. C., where they will remain TOMER.
e until fall.


Mr. Braxton Beacham, Jr., who is Peoples National Bank
attending the University of Virginia,
at Charlottesville, arrived in Orlando
-- - -- afternoon few
- -- - yesterday to spend a
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. IT IS PLEASURE TO 'SERVE YOU."
Braxton Beacham.Mr. .
/

and Mrs. M. J. Hampton, of
Summer Cooking er Thornton, Ind., are among the visit-
.a.et iLpYLM.L unt.Shouldn't ors sojourning in Orlando. They have
{ been visiting points on the West
Cook Coast and will be here for about a
week.
the Cook '
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. of Wa- I
Henry, Mr. Oscar Lorraine returned to Or- BASEBALL-Rollins College Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Leach and Mr.
Getting dinner ready verly, Mass., who have been visitingin I lando yesterday afternon absence of Stetson University, at Winter 's.1 I and 1lrs.Ierle Leach, who spend six
and
-. Tampa St. Petersburg, are now several months, which he spent at his Monday, March 22, and months of the year in Orlando and
in July is just as com- in Orlando. They are returning to old home in Phillipsburg' Pa. March 23, at 3 p. m. 3 21- the balance of their time in Petoskey,
their home in the North and will
I [ Mich., expect to start Tuesday for
fortable as ii Novelr.j stop at several places en route. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Couter, of Milwaukee Rev. Geo. E. Varian and wife, who |I I the North. They have many friends
ber if Wis., are recent arrivals have been spending the winter at their in this city who regret to see them
a
you use J Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Walton and fronutheir home in the North. They home on Gunby avenue, will leave leave, and always look forward to
. FLORENCE OIL Mrs. E. V. Frazier and son, A. M., I expect to remain in this section until tomorrow for Elsey, Mich., where the time when their hospitable home
form a pleasant party of Pennsylva- some time next month. S they will remain until fall. in Concord Park is occupied.
COOK STOVE. "The Turning Point in Oil So'History** nians arriving in Orlando yesterday. r
They are visiting the most important
The !1C.': gees: into the points in Florida and expect to leave
FLORENCE today for Daytona.Mr. .
cooking, Rv.t into the!

ki:chcn. It docs your Oil Ccoh Stoves and Mrs. John Couch and Mrs. Yf a.t effia em's
John who
Ross Warner and son, arrived -
work! tell and reliably?: "Look for the Lever" in Orlando in September and \
- - have been making their home at 402 (
and keeps you c m- Gunby avenue, will leave today for IdeaJPen
Bushnell, Ill, where they will spend
fortable. It Ices and
requires:::: watching regulatingthan the summer. r iC= U

a coal stove.
Dr and Mrs. J. C. Howell
are en-
You can keep cr.c cr four burners at an intensely hotor joying a visit from Miss Emma -This Pen and Ink provide ih%;
Kinne, who spent five years in the
merely; simmering ilarne. Philippines as librarian for the U. S. ptst"e Neel rm' '.- 1)7) tried and Successful Material
Mrs. Howell and Miss
Come ii and let us show you how these Florence government.Kinne were college chums at the Uni- INS 11 for all writin purposes
versity of Syracuse.Mr. I 1
Automatic Stoves ohow! simple and reliable. .;

No Nicks to I urn out. No Valves to leak. Once among. and Orlando's Mrs. C.oldest B. Bailey and most, who pop-are w, ; .,,,,. 'w ,.. D"CAP 1>oO'Sold \. -

started each burner \vi.l the ular winter residents, will leave to- ,
keep going at same
I morrow for their home in Manton, and personally guaranteed byMcELROY'S .
power until you turn i it out.PERFECTLY. Mich., where they will remain until
:November. They have a pretty homeat
14 East Livingston and
avenue PHARMACY
J
SAFE will be missed by many friends.

.
Lieut. S. J. Entrican, of St. Cloud, -
See it Demonstrated was among the visitors to Orlando
at - --- -
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yesterday. The Misses Zimmer, of ( -
St. Cloud, were among the welcome
visitors to Orlando. These young Ladies
are talented musicians and are
Oscar Hand & Son plannig to make this city their home.
Mr. L. L. Lucas, who holds a respon-
sible position on the sprightly St.
Cloud Tribune, one of the neatest and
WEST PINE ST. ablest edited papers in South Florida, Bank organizd April 16th, 1906 I '
was among the visitors in Orlando
,- '
yesterday.Mr. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE : '
r
and Mrs. John Hale, who arrived ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO. + ;4
early in the season to spend the
BIIHillllliltiilMillllilMIIMMtlltlitllMHIIIMiGive winter, has just returned from a trip Condensed ,
t At the Close of Business )March, 1915.
to St. Cloud and Sebring, and while '
T they like both of the places visited, From Report to Comptroller. ,
Your Wife a say they have found no place that r
they like as well as Orlando. This is
their first visit and they are planningto Loans and Discounts _______________$371,679.00 # ti '

come again next fall and it is more Overdrafts ________________________ 1,001.75 s;
i Good Watchand than probable that they will purchasea Stocks and Bonds __________________ 24,668.33Real t
winter home. They start Tuesday
Estate Furniture and Fixtures__ 41,857.86 +
for Mansfield. Ohio, and will make ,
stops at Palatka and St. Augustine.Mr. Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95 .
see how it will harmonize the workings of your .
A. S. Cecil and sister Miss $749,973.89 -:_ . ._
household. Annie, who have spent a delightful 3 2t V
winter at their home, 509 DeLaney
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a decorative street, expect to leave Tuesday for Capital Stock ______________________$100,000.00 ___
their summer home in Selma, Ind. Surplus and Undivided Profits ____ 33,970.44''
piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand Mr. Cecil is a great booster for Or-
lando, and while absent this summer Dividends Unpaid _________________ 52.00

laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our will keep posted on the happeningsin Bills Payable ____________________ None
Orange county by reading the Sen-
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera tinel. Mr. Cecil owns a large tract Re-Discounts _____________________ None

of land a short ways south of the city DEPOSITS ________________________ 615,474.52Due
practical useful mechanism wife will and while here this season has planted -
your appreciateand out a large orange and grapefruitgrove. to banks_______________________ 476.93 t
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or t i
}
Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold - --------- $749,973.89I :,. V!

', filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up
C. VATER



....THE GERMAN JEWELER. Or1allo B Balk & Trust C '

T.D.EVANSJEWELER repairing I make,a specialty All grades in fine American watch, n t Coffipally n ,

Swiss, Ehglish watches: also Jewelry -

and Spectacles, expert in this
line. All repairs guarauteed. .

Opp. Post Office; Pine Street

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