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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 23, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00515
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING SENTINEL :







VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915. NUMBER 31.

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GREAT BRITAIN AND ALliES Down Russians on Them Hearing I! Plateau Lorette Notre Damede OF THE CITY OF ORlANDO



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London, March 22.-A dispatch to Gaulois Reported Sunk I -

BLOCKADE AS AN ISSUE IS the Exchange Telegram company Constantinople. is officially reported HON. S. S. GRIFFIN ASKEDTO

from Vienna via Copenhagen says a that the French battleship Orlando Life In *
;I HAVE IT ENACTED
300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 i
DISAPPEARING, SAY gigantic battle has begun along the I Gaulois, which was damaged duringthe

t NAVY OFFICIALS whole Carpathian front. attack upon the Dardanelles fortifications ; Paragraph INTO A LAW

"BE A SELF STARTER-DONT I The Russians everywhere along the i last Thursday, sank off !1

WAIT TO BE CRANKED" I line have been strongly reinforced I Tenedos as the result of the damage I FOLLOWWould
; BIG FREE RIDE TODAY PROPOSED CHANGES
ONE BIG REMAINS ,
QUESTION JOIN THE BOARD OF {rand are attacking with marked stub- done by the Turkish shells. 1
I The Board of Trade will play hosts
TRADE NOW bornness.
i to the visitors and tourists in OrlandoI
I Violent conflicts are raging in the Zeppelins Alarm Paris Have One Mayor, Four
And That Is Right of Britain to I I I this afternoon at 2 o'clock. That enterprising -
vicinity of Dukla, Uszok and Lupkow I bulletin: Paris. March :22.-A new
Interfere With Trade to MEMBERS PAID, 191;; j| citizen, the lion. S. S. Griffin Councilmen, and a Business
i A passes, the three principal passes in Zeppelin alarm was sounded tonight i
has made arrangements for fifty
Neutral Unblockaded Anderson, F. L*. grocer.B the Carpathians nearest Przemyslfrom !and all lights were xtin uished, but (automobiles to be at Tourist Head- l\lanager-Other Details -

I which they are distant about ufter a quarter of an hour the city of Act
this afternoon at the hour
Ports quarters
Bumby. Joe, hardware.Butt
miles.It the
fifty was again relighted assuring
Arthur tax assesosr. !! named and a thousand tourists and
is believed here the news of population the danger was either
Brokaw', ". H., I I
nurserjman.Ueeman visitors are also expected to chose au- The Sentinel is in of
Washington, March .-The state II? San Juan hotel. heavy fighting at these points means past or the alarm had been false. I possession a
tomobiles and take a ride through copy of the act to amend the present
department draft of the reply of the C the Russians are following up quicklythe
Christ, Dr. C. I).. physician. ;i Orlando, Orange county, and suburbs. city charter of Orlando. The act is

United States to the British order of Curtis & O'Neal, book store. advantage they have gained by Paris Statement 1 The route will be via Winter Park, being circulated and the lion. S. S
Caruthers & Gore, the fall of that fortress. Paris, March 22.-Tonight's official I :
council and France's explanation of grocers. jMaitland and the lake region. The
I Griffin is requested to present same
'
Cheney Donald. O. W. & L. Co. statement says:
her attitude towards American shipping Chad ick, C. I)., real estate. Petrograd Statement "On the plateau of Notre Damede cost of riding and seeing the beauties'j to the forthcoming session of the leg

will be submitted tomorrow to D of this section is absolutely free so: islature and have it enacted into law.
I Petrograd, March 22.The fall of Lorette we hold all the trenches
.> the cabinet, from which a documentwill Dickson-Ites, department store. .!avail yourself of the opportunity and i In brief, the act provides for the.:
Polite. S. G., real estate. Przemysl, Austria, liberates a strong disputed during the last few days except -
go forward to be determined personally see the delightful country before leaving -I following proposed changes:
Dow C. P., Peoples National Bank. force for the co-operation of the Rus- one section of ten yards which
by President Wilson, who has Davis, E. W., lawyer. I for the icy Northland. I 1. One mayor and four councilmen. -
I sian armies which have already been remains in the hands of the Germans.
already considered the subject with Dale, Fred B.. real estate.E I -4- I ("The present city council shall
steadily pushing back the Austriansand "At Les Parges the Germans made
officials of the department.From I DEATH AT WINTER PARk within 30 days after this act becomes
Estes, V. \"., druggist. their allies through the Carpa- five counter attacks with the purposeof I
comment made today on the I Edwards. Dr. G. H., physician. thian passes. retaking positions captured by us, j Thomas C. Keyes, 71 years old, died a law cause an election to be held for

probable scope of the reply it is understood -I Eaton, \\". H., Orange grower. I yesterday morning at Winter Park. the purpose of electing said councilmen -
At present the Austrians seem to but they were checked.
that no great effort will be Essington, W. E. The Sentinel.G I j lIe leaVes a widow. He was a well and said mayor.") The- two
be stemming the advancing horde of "We made further progress north
made to dispute the claims of Great I known winter tourist and had been councilmen receiving highest numberof
Goodrich C. W. abstractor. Russians at only one point, namelythe of Badon Villier."
Britain and the allies that their establishment : Gore Mahlon, retired. roads between Stry and Munkacs, I I' coming to Winter Park for years. : votes shall serve for three years

of a blockade of German i I Griffin, S. S., real estate. i The funeral will occur tomorrow, fol-; the next two councilmen receivingnext
where they evidently a DEATH OF EUGENE BREWER
occupy very I
I
is the Gordon. Frank sheriff. i which his remains will be''
ports justifiable by new war i lowing highest votes, serve for two
Glenn, W. M, The Sentinel. I strong position in the vicinity of
conditions. 1 his home in the North.
shipped to old shall for three
II ; serve
I Koziowa (Koziuvka). The many friends of Mr. Eugene years mayor}
L The officials of the navy depart- Howard C. E, Orange Co. Citizen. I I I Undertaker Hand made all arrange- years. Then follows duties of mayor,
Here day after day they maintainan Brewer will regret to learn of his
ment and the diplomatic corps say the lion)'. C. A_ real estate. i j ments. etc.
Howell. Dr. J. C.. osteopath. obstinate attack. but every time death, at his home on Lake Jennie i
blockade as an issue is disappearing -0- 2. Council shall
employ municipal.
I laden. A., orange grower. they are hurled back and down the Jewel, Sunday morning at 5:30
and that the only remaining questionis Howe, S. W., State Bank. which lead i I' SENATOR UNDERWOOD HERE manager"to have complete control of
slopes to the Russian o'clock. Mr. Brewer had a wide circle
the right of Great Britain to interfere t Holbrook, J. !'? Hupmobile. 'II'j Sneator and Mrs. Oscar Underwood the business interests of city as busi-
trenches. Their losses must have of friends, especially among the tourists -
with the trade of neutral coun- i J I arrived in Orlando Sunday evening ness Council shall have
Johnson. C. E, So. Fla. Foundry. I been prodigious. and in Orange countl!, where he I manager.
tries with unblockaded ports. I and are visiting Mrs. Underwood'sparents abolish all offices
Johnson S. A., city commissioner.I. Rozhanka (Rossakahoz), the centerof has resided for several He power to change or
: years.
The state department heretofore I ( Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Woodward heretofore existing in city and to establish -
the which is
flanking movement was a native of Illinois. lie leaves a
announced it had challenged the rigthof Laubach, P. F., feed store.M . I | at LaBelle, near this city. After such offices with such salariesas
being attempted along the rough !wife and two sons, Mr. F. E. Brewer,,
Great Britain to seize goods on the !la visit of two weeks Senator Under- advisable
etc.
McCullough, Geo., departm't store. mountain tracksat which place the !of Orange county, and Mr. L. S. may seem
mere suspicion that they were intended I \ i wood will return to Birmingham.TAX 3. shall be
4 McLean: W. C-, postmaster. attacking force was completely annihilated -I Brewer, of Mathews, Va. The remains Mayor paid salary not
for the eventually. I Martin W. E. tax collector. -0-
enemy to exceed $500 city shall
; manager
hundreds being cut down by I were shipped on the A. C. L.
Mathews Tom W.,
It understood the forthcoming : contractor. I BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 1 receive
not to exceed
salary
S McEwan, Dr. J. S., physician. Russian fire, and the remnant, about yesterday afternoon, accompanied by $3,000;
remarks of the United States to Great I I W. E. Martin, tax collector, stated each councilman shall receive $2 for
I X 130 men, giving themselves up. his son, Mathews, Va., where the
Britain will be largely on that ques- Norcros, Capt. P. retired. Elsewhere in the the (yesterday that the books would positively each meeting of council attended.
Carpathians body will be interred in the familylot.
tion. i O j close April 1. This means that 4. City council within 60 days after -
i
Russian columns are pressing forward Hammond & Gore had charge of
Overstreet, M. O.. banker, manurr.
those taxes not paid will be adver- this law becomes effective shall
with freer movement. the .
Flour by Parcel Post I Patterson, J. C..P retired.R I ''tised. Mr. Martin said there were appoint park commission of three per-

Washington, March 22.:Pending I II 200 more tax receipts issued at this sons.


neutrality investigation, the as postoffice to whether department it violates I I Ipa'rcel : Robinson.Reese Robinson, J.,II.B C.., M.B.ReporterStar.Rose ,, county lawyer.clerk.. RESCUE HOME PLANNED A BiG B BOOSTER DINNER I' time than a year ago. nual 5. levies Council for may taxes at the are time made the, levy an-


is permitting shipment of flour by W. ''".. real estate. i LOOKS WELL DESPITE GRIPPE tax not to exceed one mill on the dol-

post to. belligerent European i Robinson, O. S., traveling man.S Work Is Booster Beefsteak Dinner Set Capt. B. M. Robinson, county clerk, lar of assessed value of taxable prop-

countries, and a most active business Proposed EmergencyHome I is again: at the office following a two erty for park ; council
Smith, W. H-, chief police. I for March 25 at San Juan purposes may
Where the
this line i Worthy weeks: of the lIe
to does
along according postoffice Sperry E. F., siege grippe. also levy additional tax not to exceed
mayor.
advices, was carried on, and a Chicago I T Poor May Be I -Dress Suits Are I not look as though he had been sick, half a mill on the dollar for advertising -

4 official estimates that 12,000 i Terry F. J.. monument works. AssistedStaff ProhibitedThe "but nevertheless he is taking things purposes.

pounds were sent abroad through the Townsend C. S.W. contractor. I[. slowly for a few days. 6. Council shall have power to

mails during the past thirty days.' I Woodruff." Seth stockman. Capt. and Mrs. Horace Bur- Board of Trade banquet com- I -4I pave or repave, lay or relay, streetsor

Watson. W. P.. S. A. L. engineer. members of the mittee, under the direction of J. II. A CORRECTIONA sewers respectively on written petition -
ton, American Res-
JOE CHENEY TO LECTURE i 'VYearby Reese, has become busy, arranged a I mechanical error in Sunday's signed by owners of 75 per
J. R., Yo"ell-I>uckworth. cue Workers, incorporated as a relig-
THURSDAY I Sentinel made the proposed standardized cent of assessed valuation of
ious and charitable organization, are big program and set the date, :March I prop-

I j 25, for the Booster Beefsteak Din- I field box dimensions read erty abutting on streets, etc., in case
MAKES PENNANT AWARD planning to a home in Orlando.
Orlando boys have often distinguished open "
: 12x13x22 inches which should have
the shall
ner. The invitation follows: improvement contemplated
themselves in many ways. 1 I The special committe appointed to 1 The work has already been estab- "
but it remained for Joe Cheney win lished in Florida in Gainesville and "The Orlando Board of Trade invites I read 12x13x33 inches. not be estimated by the council to
make award for the best
an
distinction in skiing, a distinctively pennant you to be present at a Booster cost more than 25 per cent. of as-
winter sport. Mr. Cheney holds many design yesterday awarded first prizeto "has proved such a blessing that the I sessed valuation of abut
I Beefsteak Dinner, at the San Juan, TO EXAMINE DEFENSES property to
records won in competition on skis, Loton G. Finley. The prize design mayor of Gainesville has given the
but his most notable feat was the as- provides for and colors I officers who are in Orlando a letter the evening of March 25, at 7:30 upon said improvements, etc. Then

cent of Mount Washington on skis in the word Orlando orange being green half !of introduction to this city and endorsing :o'clock. If you wish a plate reserved, Washington, March 22.-Maj. Gen. follows details of certificates, liens,

1913. orange j their work in the highest :notify the chairman by mailing him :' Wood, in command of the department interest, payments etc., etc.
The Dartmouth Outing Club, of and half green. Mr. Finley will win ,
the return portion of this card not of the East, after conferring with 7. Then follows more details concerning -
which Mr. Cheney was manner.
secretary the $5 prize offered by Mr. W. S. I
takes yearly winter trips to Mount Branch if the committee decides The work proposed is in additionto dater i than Tuesday noon. Secure i department officials today, left tonight liens, decrees, judgments, at-
to
Washington and has made a most remarkable make the official. their spiritual work and will em- i your tickets at the cigar stand, $1 I to inspect coast defenses from torney's fees, etc. At least half of
pennant
collection of photographs : each. The Birmingham Barons and I Galveston southward the object the proposed act deals with questions
showing the mountains in winter. I I brace an emergency home where special

By virtue of his official connection BIG SPEED EVENT SCHEDULED meals, lodgings, clothing; medical visiting newspaper men will be our i of Gen. Wood's observation this }f assessments, liens, methods of payments -

with the club, Mr. Cheney has secured I treatment, etc., will be furnished free guests on that occasion. Dress suits time being the defenses of 'the Panama law procedure, etc. The act

permission to exhibit these I I Los Angeles, Cal., March .-For prohibited." I canal. is specific as regards issuance of cer-
to until
needy persons work can be
views in Orlando. They will be seen the title "Speed King of the World" I I' I The department officials tificates for the cost of paving, on
at the Grand theatre Thursday nightMr. found for them. war say
Cheney will describe the picturesas Bob Burman, Louis Disbrow, and A well organized relief department ; THE WEATHER the work of these defenses has been lien for abutting property for paving,

they are thrown upon the screen. Earl Cooper today agreed to meet ina will be established working in Florida: Fair Tuesday; warmer in allowed to drag along. the sale of such certificates, and providing -
I cooperation -
He will showing also have the a winter reel of carnival motion fifty mile match race at Ascot Parkon with other local organizations, northwest; rain at night or Wednesday I Gen. Wood will go to New Orleansto for the foreclosure of liens.

and pictures the wonderful feats of jumpingand April 4. Brighton Beach, New I and any family who may from timeto in northwest. Fair and warmerin examine the defense of the Mississippi etc.

somer-saulting on skis. York, offered a large purse for the time get in needy circumstanceswill east and south. ; and higher up if he thinks

: I race on learning that the men had SEW OFFICE ROOM IS GIVESREPRESE"TATIVE
be investigated and assisted ac : necessary. .
A SUNDAY NIGHT ADDRESS I I matched cordingly. Investigation is necessaryin 500 popular library books at 50 i SEARSAT
cents, to select from. Many new ti- iI
i order to do whatever is best and tles. Curtis & O'Neal. I CALLED ON ACCOUNT OF THE W ASIII GTOXWashington.Representative
One of the features of the many I POLICE COURT YESTERDAY i
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prevent imposition. COLD WEATHER
semi-religious gatheringsof <
church
Sunday night was the address by Mizzie Taylor and Ed Heath, $5 I The work is practical, economicaland which today is idle but which can be i Searsof

Charles H. Baker county agricultural each: ; Alberta Ginlach and John Preston far reaching. ultilized for this good work. I The ball game at Lakeland yesterday Florida has been allotted a very

advisor, who spoke at" Unity Chapel $o;; each; Bill Carlton, drunk, $5, I A local board of directors is Leing Iron bedsteads, single ones pre- between the Barons and the good office room on the second floorof

was before"The the Round Fibre Plants Table.: of lIisubje"t Florida.? paid; Leonard Lambs, drunk, $5,paid; i formed. Several of the best citizens ferred, chairs, tables, carpets, will be Louisville Colonels resulted in a tiegame the house of representatives office

Dr. Hood will speak Sunday night: on II. Campbell, drunk, $5; E. W. Jordan -I have already expressed their willing- gladly accepted and any one having of 6 to 6, called on account of building, en the same floor as the i

a subject pertaining to the vegetable $5, paid; Will Irvin, drunk, $5 ness to serve on the board. such may write to Mrs. Pedrick, 414 cold weather. Remember the game I offices of Representatives Clark and

growth the of the state season's this lecture dosing -. paid; R. B. Currie, drunk, $5; W. S. I The equipment of the home can be West street, Orlando, who will hand tomorrow with the Havana Reds. Sparkman and about midway between j

Baker's present address was illustrated rrogram.Mr. Taylor, drunk, $5; Geo. Lewis, drunk, readily obtained. So many families the matter over to Staff Capt. Burton Boost the Barons, rain, sunshine, hot the two. His name is now over the

by many specimens. $5. have stored away ii -'ics furniture and arrangements made to collect. or cold weather. loor.liii. .







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HOTEL-S-------- I 20,000 NEGROES IN FLORIDA ARE MMMMMMIIMiliilillMIIIMIMiMiMilll i

DAILY( SPORT [LETTER OWNERS OF HOMES


Washington, D. C.-A bulletin just Wanted to Buy j jI
THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner BY FRANK G. MENKF made public by the census bureau

The Famous New York Sporting shows that in Florida 20,916 negroesown

t:1plendidenice, Excellent West looms.and Church Hot and Streets cold water. One of the best Expert. their homes. Of these homes Iron, Black Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and
7,335 are farms, and the
on
ooks in the s ate. Rates | .W j>er week and. up. Special rates to parties remaining Unknown Cow Peas.
wishing table board. "Ball players, as ag eneral rule, are 13,581 are in towns or cities. The to t
W. G. DUNCAN Prep. nothing but overgrown kids," declared tal increase in homes in Florida ownedby

Charles Dooin, former manager of the I negroes in the decade from 1900 FOR'SALE
Phillies. "The manager who gets the to 1910 was 38 per cent. The increase -
best results from his men is the man- of farm homes owned by ne- .
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
ager who treats 1 his men es though groes was 11.2 per cent., and of other Stowell Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent, f

Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa they were big kid.;. homes 58.7 per cent. In 1910 one ne- Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
"Frank Chance, while manager of gro inhabitant out of every 15 in Flor- and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.

the Yankees, made 3 n.iseTnble failureof ida owned his home.In .
J. W. HURLEY
it in trying to handle his star Jacksonville in 1910 the death
Prices Right Drugs Pure SeeJs Fresh |
MANAGER pitcher Ray CaldwelL The whole rea- rate among the colored people was 24 ,

son was because Chance insists upon per 1,000, as.against 32.8 per thou-
------ treating Caldwell as if he were a full sand in 1900. This was a decrease of

TOURISTS ATTENTION! grown man. If he had treated himas 8.8 per cent."Undoubtedly.
he would have treated a youngster, ," says the bulletin, StoreJ.
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando he would have been successful in his "one of the factors which has caused City Drug|

handling of Caldwell."I the decrease in the negro death rate
Prepared by our New York Cook
am sure that Bill Donovan, the -which decrease is almost universalin L. DEAN. Prop. ORLANDO, FIA
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 new Yankee manager, will be able to the cities of the South-is the in-
handle Caldwell and get excellent re- crease in home ownership among the MMMMilllllliMiliMMMMiHillillMMMMMiJUST ..
sults from him. Donovan is a studentof negro population.
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water human nature and he will know

how to handle Caldwell, who, in my ONE EGG; THREE YOLKS

EMPIRE HOTEL opinion, is one of the greatest pitchersin JONES GOES THE SAME
the game when handled right. Harwick Center, \Iass.-\liss SarahD.

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms -0- Robbins, a poultry fancier of this
.. Johnny Evers, the peppery captainof village, owns a Rhode Island Red hen
the Boston Braves, walked up to that has laid an egg with three yolks.

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round the plate during one of the games of This is the first time Miss:: Robbins My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
the last Braves-Giants series in 1914 has ever seen a "three-in-one" egg,
,
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
watched three strikes whiz by and although double yolk eggs are quite
same time it has.
was declared out. common. always

--'J ( ,,: 'Oh' I say Johnny," chirped up The egg measures 7 112 and 51-4 t
... TIME TABLE
.,."fI"" ... I Mike Donlin, who was coaching for inches around the ends and middle re-

the?"Giants, "what was you waitingfor spectively. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans The Jeweler.WEST .

tPl , , Quick-as a flash Johnny shot back: LARGE BUILDING MOVED EIGHT
o L "I wasn't waiting for the first and MILES OVER WATER BOUND EAST BOUD
fifteenth of the month so as to get Read Down Read Up
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rent money, anyway." An unusual piece of house movingwas
I A.MJA.MJ! P. M A.1\ll P. M. P. M.
The retort hurt Mike, who was hold- recently accomplished at Cleve- :

ing down the job as I inch hitter and land, Ohio, when three-and-a-half Orlando i
I 6:30,10.15;, 3:00'I'I 9.30 1.301 6.00
coach for the Giants not because of story building, occupied by a yacht Ocoee : '
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. 17.3011.15 I 8.3C 12.301!
his ability in either department, but club, was blocked up on barges and 5.00
Winter i
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. through the friendship of Manager towe edight miles over Lake Erie to Garden 7:45 :3C 4-30 I 8.15 12.15! 4.45
McGraw. a new site on an island in Rocky riv- Oakland 8:00'--'' 4:3C S.oo! _i 4.30 '

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos'' -0-- er. The structure is 52 by 78 feet in .

in Building in ConnectionsORLANDO Jimmy Clabby, the pugilist, had a she, and placed an aggregate weighton $ .
toothache: and was headed for the the three scows which were em- rI
Orlando. Fh. dentist's to have it extracted. On the ployed of approximately 310 tons.

way he met "Germany" Schaefer the The largest of the barges, 40 feet
;
baseball comedian. When Clabby ex- wide and 120 feet in length, was Hammond &Gore

plained his hurry, Schaefer agreed to lashed in the middle and supported

accompany him to the tooth parlor 80 per cent of the load. A picture of
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I
the its removal is
ROOFINGAND and to try to cheer up Clabby while building during a
the; molar was being released from feature of the March Popular :Mechanics : -
Clabby's jaw with a lot'of vicious Magazine. VALUES LOW PRICES

looking instruments while Schaefer
SHEET METAL CO: began unlimbering some of his monologue ITALIANS BEAT ZEPPELIN RECORD COMPARE


Every stuff.joke that Schaefer cracked Rome.-The new Italian airship OUR FURNITURE

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos brought a gale of laughter from Clab- M-1, in an eight hours trial flight at I I
,
by. It seemed that Clabby laughed Campalro, reached an altitude of 10- We provide the quality i of furniture that has long
and Rubber Roofings more at Schaefer's jokes than anyone 600 feet. This exceeds by 700 feet been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
else ever had laughed before. And the former world's record establishedby standard of merit If an article is here it is good

Cornices, Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings he laughed despite the fact that he Count Zeppelin with the Z-3. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
\ was supposed tobe in agony. this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

Schaefer, encouraged by Clabby's PHONE 616 this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO I I
laughing appreciation, unlimbered all
For Cadillac
Eight Cylinder
the best jokes he knew. He workedhimself
McNEOl & DAVIS BLOCK
into a state bordering on collapse .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING ,
___ -- __- ___ __ __ __ n_ l so as to keep Clabby amused
Ave. and Church St.
BARNARD & SON Cor. Orange Orlando Fla.
and thus make him forget his pain.
L J
Finally when the dentist laid the 17 Hoghey Street Jrlando, Fla. .
extracted tooth the little t
on surgical
The Orlando Meat MarketT. table, Clabby sat up, rubbed his eyes 12-10-iru - - .
and looked at Schaefer in a quizzicalway.

A. YANCY, Manager .
"Have you been here all the time. FOUR STEEL. TRAINS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice Schaef?" asked Clabby. '
"Me here al Ithe time?"
Florida and Western Meats Schaefer, a bit puzzled. "Trying repeated to
TO THE NORTH: WEST
kid. me* Jim? Why, sure I've been
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. here all the time. Didn't hear

those jokes of mine?" you .. .... ....
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders "Jokes? No, I didn't hear any. DIXIE X I :..' ,' f :: .DIXIE! ; ''', SEMINOLE:

,I Business ((35 P. O. BOX 226 You know, Schaef, that I was under LIMITED FLYER LIMITEDbJMKSONYlUC93
PHONES
Residence ,,33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. the influence of gas."
; And the gas was the kind knownas

laughing gas.

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135 BRITISH SHIPS SUNK OR .t
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sunk or captured. Of these, 54 were ,
victims of hostile cruisers 12 were : COACHES SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DINING CARS.

destroyed by mines and 22 by sub- ,I .... IJ n It ... i' . . ./. A _\".'./' n1 .... "'oJ) ... .. 'J oJ '.. .,i. . J ..J J "'

t M 11z. I j! tailed marines.Forty-seven 309,945.Their fishing gross vessels tonnage were to- j irul i i f( i fiiM'' 1 m;;;! T, rJr : 1

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Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the AND HISTORIAN,

best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. DIES OF PNEUMONIA ATLANTIC: COAST' LIKE I RAILROAD'

slow Life it.You. is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not Lincoln, Mass., March 20.-Charles : I

Francis Adams, publicist '
and historian
can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. -
died of pneumonia at his
home
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. here last night after a brief illness.He A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.J. .

MERUIi'S PHARMACYTIIE was born in 1835. "

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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
T prices will be made to force a gigantic business. Our Prices will be unmatchable, and our merchandise incomparable. They copy our style but noT
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
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.CHALLENGE .


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DOMESTICS LINENSIt
To correct an impression -
BROWN DUCK, full 8 oz., the best grade you ever is positive these prices cannot be repeated. The
bought for 20c.,Challenge Sale PPrice ______13/ c values are too great, and what is more it would be impossible -
BROWN CHEESE CLOTH, Challenge Sale Price ____4c that our Challenge Sale for even The Big Store to secure more at the
free from prices for which these were obtained. I
BROWN MUSLIN, full wide yard, spots
Challenge Sale Price _________________________5c. TABLE DAMASK, bleached, 60 inches wide, regu-
BROWN MUSLIN, 39 inches wide, extra heavy closed Saturday night; we lar 39c. quality, Challenge Sale Price __________2oc
wight, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale Price ______7'/2c! TABLE DAMASK: bleached, 60 inches wide, good

MUSLIN sing,,Challenge Bleached, full Sale yard Price wide__,__free____from____dres-________5c. want to say that the Big Sale heavy Price weight__,__oOc._____quality______,__Challenge__________Sale______39c
Bleached free TABLE DAMASK: pure bleached, 72 inches wide
MUSLIN, a good heavy weight
Sale Price8c Sale lasts all this week and elegant designs, 65c. quality, Challenge Sale
from dressing, lOc. quality, Challenge Price ______________________________________49c
MUSLIN, Bleached, all the best grades, 36 inches
TABLE DAMASK: bleached and unbleached;
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wide, 121jC. quality Challenge Sale Price lOc
r heavy weight and all pure linen, 75c. quali-
CAMBRIC MUSLIN, Bleached, 12i/2c. quality, maybe next week. ty, Challenge Sale Price ______________________59c
Challenge Sale Price _________________________9c
TABLE DAMASK, bleached satin damask, 72 inches -
CAMBRIC MUSLIN, Bleached, 15c. quality, Chal- wide, all linen, Chal-
lenge Sale Price __________________________12Vic ity, Challenge pure Sale Price _$1.00_____quality_______________89c
CAMBRIC MUSLIN Bleached, 20c. quality Chal- The chance for good
lenge Sale Price ____________________________17c TABLE DAMASK, our leader, beautiful designs,
pure bleached, heavy Irish Linen, full 2 yds
DRESS GINGHAMS, a good heavy weight, good wide, $1.25 quality Challenge Sale Price ________98c
line of patterns, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale bargains are better this
Price ____oc TABLE DAMASK: bleached Satin Damask, 72 inches -
I wide, heavy weight, $1.50 quality, Chal-
DRESS GINGHAMS 121/.C. quality, ChallengeSale lenge Price _____________________________$1.29
Price ____ week than
72c! ever.
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DRESS GINGHAMS, 15c. quality Challenge Sale damask, pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide,
I Price ---------_----_------_--------_----___lOc $2.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.69

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Challenge Safe of Bed Furnishings! Challenge Sale of the Seasons
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I SHEETS bleached, size i 72x90, regular 50c. quality Roof Garden
Challenge Sale Price, 3 for $100, or each35c Most Stylish Wash Dress GoodsDo
SHEETS bleached seamless and free from dres-
sing, size 81x90, 85c. quality, Challenge Sale TO-NIGHT
Price ________69c not temporize, hesitation may make you miss
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SHEETS the Everlasting Kind, will not last forever 4 Reels at Every Show .4 these many extraordinary money saving opportunities.
but will last longer than any other sheet CREPES, all new, fresh and clean, beautiful floral
made, 90c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ________74c patterns, 12V-. quality, Challenge Sale
PILLOW CASES, size 42x36, 15c. quality, Chal-
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lenge Sale Price ----------------____________10c Bison Drama. 2 Reels. Cunard and Ford.
PILLOW CASES, 42x36, heavy weight, scalloped, LA'VXSIULLS: AND BATISTE, in fancy stripesand
25c. quality Challenge Sale Price _____________15c "The Curse of the Desert. beautiful floral designs, 15c.quality, Challenge -

PILLOW CASES, 42x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, I Sale Price ___________________________9Vic!
22c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ____________18c Victor Drama. Fuller
PILLOW CASES, 45x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, CHIFFON:MULLS AND RICE CLOTH, small neat
25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price -___________20c "The Laugh That Died." dainty patterns and colorings, 19 cent quali-
BEDSPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular ty, Challenge Sale Price __14'/2c!
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$1.00 quality Challenge Sale Price ------_______89c
BREADSPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular Nestor Comedy. Dillon Rhodes PRINTED CREPES, this is the most beautifulline

$1.25 quality, .Challenge Sale Price -----------____98c "Taking Her Measure." of pretty patterns and dainty coloringswe
BEDSPREADS hemmed and fringed, regular have ever shoa real 25c. value, Chal-
$1.50, Challenge Sale Price -________________$1.28 lenge Sale Price ___12'/2c!
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ity, Challenge Sale Price ----------____________$1.69 Admission Free Until 6.30 P. M. Special 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 I before so low.

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CITY OF ORLANDO.The daughter to marry a man who can meetiiig at the :Methodist church,
South Florida SentinelMORNING
Sentinel is publishing a brief support her in the style that she is Tuesday evening at 7:15 o'clock. All I

AND WEEKLY text of the proposed act to amend the unaccustomed.real Scouts are requested to attend this I

W.v. C.bL ESSINGTON GLENN ...............BBMIWM..........Manager.Edit.r present city charter of Orlando. The o meeting as it will be an importantone. \
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place in the life of the state.
Entered at the poEtoffice at Orlando. Flor- as has ninety per cent. of the citizens The list will from
ida as Second Class Mail Matter. I appear day to day. .
who have not known anything con- GREAT CHALLENGE SALE ALL
Watch it grow, help it grow. Be a f1
THIS WEEK
Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $5.00 cerning the movement on foot to I self starter, don't wait to be cranked. Don't fail to attend the Great Challenge Jr
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.60 I change the city government. There !Join NOW. Sale at the Big Store. Your
Dally 3 Months ...................... 1.25
be good and there be dollars do doublt :
points here. Its
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 may may I duty e
bad to the act. your opportunity, take advantage of
Weekly. 1 Year ........._.............. 11.00 !I points Sentinel ;I Get the news in the Sentinel first. it while it lasts. 3-23-61
Until last evening only the
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consequently this newspaper has _
ADVERTISERS: nothing to say pro or con on the prop- I i: !
Copy for display and all other hand-. t osition. Until an opinion is formed Millinery
advertuinr moat b* handeo in at the business i :
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. that will mean something to the wel- F rl'f Ua1iByCa1T t L
the day before publication. This rule appliesto !
changes for contract adnrti.in it i iInvanable fare of the community and have a 1
a.dm be--strictly adhered to. 1.1 force in moulding the people the editorial r
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tinned*should notify the viT.ce in writing on refrain from an expression. Presents the Song Cycle
the date of expiration otherwise it will be i
the regular .subscription rate. i the columns of this .
continued at However, newspaper -
until notice to is rrreivnLTtleph'ne : '" The Knox Hat
Numb atop r ...0_0................ 24 I are open to all citizens, and letters Persian' Gardenand
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TUESDAY MARCH 23 1915. I In this manner if there are Charmingly characteristic aptly expresses -

any who desire to render an opinion this famous
I the creations put forth by -
A TAMPA: MAN OUT such an expression will be gladly received -
house. Our showings splendid
are a
FOR SENATE. but it must be a signed letter
The biggest happening in the polit- or communication.NOW Mr. Worth FaulknerOne criterion of what this high-class firm can

ical world of last week, as far as o I j produce, and our whole department is an

Florida is concerned, was the announcement IS THE TIME TO I of America's Leading Tenors k I exhibition and a Kaleidoscope of dainty
from Tampa that PerryG. JOIN BOARD OF TRADE. I
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Wall would make the race for the A list of paid up members of the I
United States senate in the 1916 primary Board of Trade appears on page 1 of I Under Au'picesYays and Means CommitteeRoaIiid ; eulogies as to our prices. The satisfaction
against Senator N. P. Bryan.Mr. today's Sentinel. Read the list over. i of our customers is sufficient proof of our

Wall is a business man, self Is your name there? It should bed i : price popularity.

made, self educated, and independent.His there in large letters, for you are a Club
announcement has been received tooster.: You have Orlando's interests I

favorably in Jacksonville and other at heart. You want her to be a I

sections of the state. He is essentially leader, you desire to see her grow. )

a South Florida man. This fact For a few.dollars you may become a I \\kTeffiest1ay[ Ev p Miir r ll24 \ \. --- -----
will have a great deal to do with his member of the Board of Trade. St. Y I, .1' "
campaign. Mr. Wall may not be alone Petersburg is pushing a big campaign .,), iic

for Representatives Sparkman and for members. St. Petersburg has :! "
Clark, Governor Trammell, and At- grown and is one of the best adverj j Only 75 tickets on sale Monday: morning, March 22 "; ,
torney General West, and others have tised cities in the country. Help Orlando | 1915, Estes Drug Store. TICKETS $1.00 ,- h - '" i\ }'1

aspirations. Mr. Wall is said to be I realize the best and attain her |, I H :' ; \.g,
one of the best informed men in 'i'
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and a successful hardware t
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accumulating a comfortable fortuneby "" consistent hard work. He has beena \ <; :

booster for Tampa for many years. FOR SALE )\
Judging from the pledges of supportthat :
have deluged him since his succinct 1
announcement last week he is a
formidable candidate and will be most

favorably received in South Florida

particularly and the entire state

generally. Before the Rotary Clubof
Tampa and newspaper men recent- A new two-story
ly :Mr. Wall spoke on "The Florida modern
eight room
Press So able was his address and '
and dwelling Money to LoanIf
so enthusiastically was it received unique READY-MR

that at its conclusion some one yelled, with double 't .
"We want Wall for senator" and he r
was given a spontaneous boom that sleeping porches,
created much comment at that time. modern garage and I II

No doubt subsequent events leadingto butlers quarters, I Color, Style and Fit .
his announcement have resulted wish to borrow
location you money
very pretty
from the Rotary Club banquet when
These are placed in their relative positionsfor

-0.the newspaper men o were guests. Eola.overlooking$4500.00 Lake will and have the right kind of secur- this season. Other seasons, style and

fit before color.
AERIAL WARFAREIS
BARBAROUS. buy this if taken ity I can accommodate you with- t This season ,we can give you FIT,

When defenseless cities and an un- now, it is a bargain. STYLE AND COLOR, for our stock is replete -

armed populace are attacked by air out any delay.s. with positively the "last word" in
craft the extreme horror of modern-
Ready-to-Wear Garments.We .
ized warfare and slaughter becomesstrikingly
have made a special feature of
apparent. It is nothingbut .0
cold, brutal, sand contemplated measurements outside of the ordinary

murder, a thousand times worse than stock sizes, so are in better shape than

naval or land battles. The allies as S. G. Dolive & SonREAL ever to give a PERFECT FIT.
well as the entente have made use

of the aerial form of destruction, but Y. WAY
the German Zeppelins have caused ESTATENo. .

the most havoc. Germany is not
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making friends or paining any
any
sympathy from the neutral world by Second Floor Insurance and Real Estate Agent .

calmly coolly' and deliberately raid- f'lL .
_ ing Calais, Paris, Antwerp, London, ; r
and the other cities. When the war I PHONE 172THORNTON 1
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is over-if such a time comes--a DoctorsBuckiimstcr I
thousand deaths upon the battle field,

in the trenches, in razed forts, and & Bnmdam)I tIll
upon the seas may be forgotten, but 11

the deaths of unsuspecting men, women OSTEOPATHS I '

and children constituting the I Personal instruction under Dr. Still .

civil population who come to a fearful at Kirksville, Mo.
death or are crippled for life by hurtling 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples IIIr
bombs from an unseen enemy, National Bank. Phone 578. .,1
these tragedies of inhuman and blind
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hatred can not be forgotten. ' . . . TI tun ii mini--MI ni iBiiiiii i ii illinium nu . .
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A Clearwater man who owns a H I
Ford started out one morning recent-
ly to take a party of friends out into PARK i
the country. After he had been go- .
ing for half an hour the machine

stopped. He got out and pulled the .

doo-dad, and still the car wouldn't is but Lake Eola the beautiful
move. Then he tried the "wilingAvhang a step to new play : If its Fashionable in New York, its
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and the Ford remained silent. ground of the city. here!
Finally he raised the hood. "By A.DICKSON
George," he said, "the repair shop !

forgot to put in the engine. The car Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice :
had run 12 miles on its reputation.-

Clearwater Sun. lots now selling at low prices and special inducements : t .

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It is interesting to see how every offered to those who build this season.

one enjoys having an underling. In
the ordinary household the cat is an .IYS[ CO. :
Call 905 E. Central Avenue the :
underling for the dog, the dog is sub- at on premises or I

ject to the boy, the boy is controlled
ask dealer.
by father, and father is under the your
control of mother.
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Some manufacturers may have .. ..
closed down on account of the so-

called hard times, but the wooden leg : ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ones in Europe continue to operate on i TAYLOR & THORNTON The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

full time. of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
o chandise, at right prices

The papers are telling ofaXew ProprietorsMIIIIIMIIiililllllli I ORLANDO FLORIDAIH
Jersey hen that has laid three thou- .
sand eggs in fourteen years. We'll :: I f

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L. LASKY PRESENTSThe
ORLANDO'S SOCIAL WORLD

March 23 to 27 : FAVORTE THEATRE Most Human and Appealing of all Broadway Hits Ever Staged I, I .'

I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30
p. ra. J
Today "THE COUNTRY BOY"By
Mrs. Watson hostess for the "Auc- Admission 5 Cents n 8 4
tioneers." ni
Mrs Thos. B. Brodwater entertanisthe 7 Edgar Selwyn with
Junior Matrons Card Club. . .0..I..0..t
Open meeting of the Sorosis Club; Marshal NeilanAnd
paper on "The Public School Systemof TODAY'S PROGRAM: U UAN
Florida" Mrs. Stanley. East meets West in thrilling ro
Wednesday mance- an exceptional Cast of Artists. i '
Wednesday Card Cluo; Mrs. Temple UTilE SQUATTER"m 1
hostess. a three reel \\'eSlern Eclair drama OPEN FACE WATCH o
:Mrs. Thornton entertains the"Bach- Dramas of theV est possessing tin.
elor Girls." freshness of "The Squatter" whei is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through

Twentieth Century Club entertainedby told with the same -igor.and charm, never iniMepreNentms. md -chin, at :moderate price, we have
will strike yu established -
Miss Hope Starbuck. always a responsive choru f
Unity Circle; topic, "Modern Drama in the hearts of the public. "fhe a clientele which we prize more han a.)\ one thin*, Letu El
," by Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon Squatter" is a romance of the real t a zs show you our line of watches, diamond, bracelets, etc
Needlework Guild Chapter House. modern cattle ranch. Don't fail to
"In a Persian Garden" CarrFaulkner "->ee this great \\estern drama.
recital at the Rosalind Club. Five cents to all.LOCIE"i ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.at .
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Afternoon party at the Rosalind Y NOTES +' ::: -; "T7. : : -=:iocsg J ""
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Club; :Mrs. Slemons, chairman. OF INTEREST.
Kil Rare Klub; Mrs. L. B. Hall, A great many tourists are leaving i. : J Jj
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hostess. for the North, and so pleasing has I i N j
Pupils' recital. Cathedral school. I been their life in Orlando that they j
Friday will all come again next }"elr.: Sev-
Nullos Club entertained by Mrs. B. eral of the hotels have arranged din- t OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED J
C. Buxton at Oakland. ners in honor of'the departing one e
M>-s. E. P. :Monroe.hostess for the I I Yesterday the St. James tendered a t with only pure white lead and Pure
Bow-Knot Club. dinner to those about to depart near- linseed oil as a base. There areCheapening
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Saturday ly thirty guests being present. lE i .%al.4 'flYd Y 1 O G, substitutes, but not>> inC
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. -- I l- the paints we sell. And
The Saturday' Auction Bridge Club r a let us tel ',
Entre Nous Club.0 will meet Saturday with Mr Howe. tea you it pays to buy such paints just as

OHIOANSVILL -- 1 ePu R EHITE it pays to buy the best butter or 1
1101.1 PICNIC.All The Mission Reading Circle, which freshest eggs. .
Ohio people are urged to meet meets every month held a most EAD p 1
at Tourist Headquarters Tuesday pleasant meeting yesterday at the I L ii
night March 23, at 7:30 to arrange Aicthodist church. Dr. Ley gave a 1 I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co '
delightful talk on the Training of the
for Ohio All Ohio
an picnic. people
come Newell! ,W. I:. O'Neal, president; J. J. the Child value, telling of of heredity his place and in environ-society, {:I! Vii, 205 S. Orange Avenue Jj

secretary. ment, his asset to the nation, and kin- I. .'. ."? 5 : & RHAN Phone 261
UNITY CIRCLENOTICE. dred topics rejptmg to the general
theme. There was a good attendance. __ I
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Miss Emma Kinne who is guest of :MOTOR-LUNCHEON AND 4 ita c
Dr. and Mrs J. C. Howell, and who BRIDGE WHIST. c i 1
served five Mr. and Mrs Charles Tremain, of r v t f zk WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER J JI
years as government librarian I
Rockray Poughkeepsie, N. Y., motored -
1 in the Philippines, will speak before to the Ocklawaha hotel at Eus- I Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Unity Circle this Wednesday afternoon I I fis on Saturday, with their invited : th 4iI Something new Something New I
on "Life in the Philippines. guests, Judge and Mrs. Sinclair, ofNew Try it. Ask Abou it.
York Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Stra- Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
Miss Gordon will defer
to another
ley Miss Peck oft Harrisburg, Miss three or more I j
meeting her address on "The Mod- Wilbur of Providence, and :Mrs. De- This play ran a year in New York. Ten companies played it Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
ern Drama." of Witt :Miller.whist After an enjoyable game on tour at the same time. It tells with wonderful comedy and COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
bridge luncheon was served. POTATO SALAD
STORK The table was beautifully decorated pathos the story of the country boy who loses his head in the big

LEAVES SPECIAL DAUGHTER. ('Mrs.with pink Miller carnations received the and ladies'pink tulips. city but finds his true love waiting for him'when he turns back J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S j

The news was received in Orlando and Mr. Straley was given the prize gen- home. I Phone 26 Bakery
yesterday by relatives and friends tlemen's prize.
that a daughter had arrived at the i J
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Campbell I l!',! 10 cents A PARAMOUNT PICTURE 20 cents ,
PURCHASED
in Montgomery, Ala., Sunday. j PROPERTYI
This is the third visit of the stork t I I C. A. Hovey purchased Saturday
their household, and their many ,,:the property belonging to Mrs. Walker HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"Lucerne Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK 1
friends in ''
Orlando extend
congratu- situated
at the corner of
Orange J
lations. Mr. Campbell is the brother j
of Mrs. E. G. Duckworth of this I!and Jackson street. The propertyhas -- - 1
city. a frontage of 204 feet on Jackson
street and 71 feet on Orange avenue. \ .

lando Mr. S.yesterday J. Campbell afternoon arrived on in Or-the NOTICEs A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL j

Tampa Special from Detroit, :Mich., 1
to visit relatives. Mrs. Campbell has Application for Tax Deeds Under TODAY .
been in Orlando for several weeksvisiting Section 8 of Chapter 488S Established 1886 ;{
her brother :Mr. E. G. Duck Laws of Florida
worth at his home No. 6 Lake street.OSTEOPATHY. Notice is hereby given that the i

Florida Good Homes Company
pur-
chasers of tax certificates named be-
!! low, have filed said certificates in my THE CHINATOVNIYSTERY : CURTIS & O'NEAL
I office and made application for tax
J 1 deeds to issue in accordance with law. i j jI
I Said certificates embrace the follow- A Broncho special feature complete f
DR. J. C. HOWELL ing described property situated in i in two parts. I INSURANCE LOANS 1 1I
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Orange county Florida, towit:
Kirksville Graduate Certificate No. 110, dated June 5,
1911: Northeast quarter of southeast
Office Cheney Consultation Block, Opp.Free San Juan 'quarter 28, section 7, township 22 south, I RE\L] ESTATE RENTALS !
HoteL range east. Assessed in the name
of F. L. Woodruff. "MRS. COOK'S COOKING"A ',1
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 Certificate No. 240, dated June 3,
Orlando Fla.WOOD. 1912: Southwest quarter of south- 1J 1
east quarter (less beg. 205 ft. w. of Beauty Comedy. J
ne. cor. run s. 175 ft., w. 200 ft., n. j 1
i 175 ft., e. 200 ft). Assessed in the
name of J. R. Pounds. 1
I Certificate No. 594, dated April 5,
1892: Northeast quarter of northwest 1
"CUPID BACKS THEWINNERS" For Sale
I quarter section 26, township 22 i
$2.00 Per Strand south: range 28 east. Assessed in the
j I name of Unknown.
Veneer CoresAT Certificate No. 132 dated July 3, : House Lot 65 x167. Price
1905: All of Perry's Add. to Ocoee. A Kalem Komedy. eight rooms. ;
Assessed in the name of A. F. Odlin.
ALL TIMES Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
according to law, tax deeds $4500.00. A bargain. .
Orlando Wood YardB. will issue thereon on the 24th day of
April, A. D. 1915.Wit.ies .
W. Kingsley, Proprietor my official signature and FOUR BIG REELS FOR THE
PINE STREET AND R. R. seal this the 23rd day of March, A. D. I 1
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Telephone 344
9-30 1915.Seal..) B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk
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8 KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES

j Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values'j


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

7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

30 x 31/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70
5,000IILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES
SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

6,000IILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. I 34 x 4 ________:_$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20
Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have end
an I 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
to tire troubles .
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PRICESTO !I I r FOR_RENT itl m 1)Qr. I it h&4 lll(1 S1iillg tee II I-

SENTINEL I i FOR RENT-Display window and
I part of store room; good location.
GETREADY I Address "Owner," care of Sentinel,
for location and price. 3-20-3e
!: WANTSThe I, FOR RENT-Furnished house or flat; C fAJi .
CASH I gas lights and bath; seven minutes
walk to postoffice or theatre; low rent
. I to small family. A.1.. Callis, 403
South Lake street. 3-20-Ct
Morning Sentinel Want

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT FURNISHED-Owner OK I. A MOO
Brick Road. Ad Medium in Orlando. would rent for summer his home,
completely furnished; large lot; rose
Terms Cash in Advance. garden; plenty of foliage; a choice
5 Room House, close in. Easy proposition, to family of adults only.
Terms. RATES Address Rose Garden, Sentinel office.
For One Day ______________25t 3186tcTO
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________50c Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection
For Six Days _______________75c RENT Furnished or unfurnished,
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month ____________$2. 0 for permanent occupancy, a modernsix
This rate applies on all ads of room house, with bath; rent very
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- low to desirable people. Mr.J. L., 200 -
tains more than 25 words the rate West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w
will be one cent per word for Lime'I
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word for each in- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con
terms. sertion.If veniences unfurnislJas.. A.: .
you can't bring your ad to Knox. 11-3-tf ; f'U4f7 ..
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- 4/lmor- --- -:,.-hn.-.... O' 'i.v./- ., ._
the above. counts opened by telephone will be NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM '
payable the following day. to adults only. 409 Delaney street. 'I

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ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a WANTED
Sentinel Want Ad.

WANTED-Ford car, in good condi-
Welkins Block PHONE S04' FOR SALE 3-21-3t tion. Address P. O. Box 51L KINCAID llfi SNOWDEN


FOR 90 DAYS: FOR SALE Modern home; eight WANTED-White waitress. Apply
rooms and bath; orange trees and Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room, 13 Or- .
large oak; seven minutes walk to ange avenue. 3-21-3tc Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
You can buy foundation postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner,
stone building blocks, side- 412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo SEVEN PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE

walk tile, or anything in my Office RENTING.542. Residence E. L. Murray.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For phone phone
FURNITURE HOUSECor.
line at reduced. Call around Syracuse or Rochester property, 471. 3-21-3t
and let me surprise you on house at 210 South Main street. Also
prices. house and small grove on Lakeview WANTED refined elderly widow
avenue. Inquire of owner, 419 Margaret and daughter would like to care fora
F. D. GORE, street. 3-21-Gt furnished home during the summer Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
for the rent. Address E. II., care of
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE-A Clark's one horse cut- Sentinel. 3-20-Gt
away harrow; a 14-topth cultivator -
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. ; a farm harness; all just as goodas FARM WANTED: -Small farm near
new, for sale; low pri e. W. J. Orlando with house, horse, wagon
Barber Orlando. Just south of Dren- cow and farming tools. Good land
nen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw and reasonable price. Address Lllerrman r
Lake Worth, Fla. 3-18-6t
FOR SALE-One acre forty bearing -
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trees a good house wife andI WANTED TO BUY small home, not .
; ; my
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER far out, with trees and shrubbery;
are making a living on it. Come
Avenue and and see what Florida will produce. must be neat and attractive and Clearance Sale
Office corner Orange Easy terms to purchaser. W. J. I cheap. Describe fully with price and
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg- Barber, Orlando, Fla. Just south of number. Address Northerner, care r
Sentinel.
Phone 419. Drennen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw 3I86t'INVESTORS
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BARGAIN, if sold at once two choice
building lots on Amelia avenue, Loan wanted, about $4,500 straight OF
Colonial Park. $:!75 each; or on time, I. for five years. Property near Orlando. -
StrawberriesFreshVegetables $300 each at 6 per cent. interest. First class security. No commis
Owner, Box 694, Orlando, la. sibn. "Advertiser; ," Sentinel
3-21-Gt office. 3-20-Gt

FOR SALE-Cut flowers-roses, car- I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc- Gas HeatersHaving
nations, sweet peas, etc. I have a tion, nor any city lots outside of
large and beautiful variety to choose the corporation, though I have some
Guaranteed Eggs from. Miss Hope Starbuck, 405 E. splendid building lots near Lake Eola,
Livingston avenue. Tel. 521. and they will be priced on their mer-
3-20-3tc its. See the owner and save commis
Pure Florida HoneyN. sions. II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. a few heaters left which we do not wishjto car-

FOR SALE-Six room house, bunga- 2-26-lmo'
low style, two porches, trunk room, ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
gas and electricity. This month cheap. JOIN DUVALL PARTY TO NEW
J. HoneySee Ten minutes walk to the postotTice. YORK NIGHT OF 27th. SPECIAL out during the month of March at the following prices:
M. E. I!, Sentinel. 3-19-6tc COACH VIA ATLANTIC COAST

LINE. RATE $17.60. PHONE 441.
FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold
at once, house of seven rooms;* 3-18-tfc $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
screened porch, bath, trunk room,and
window display
VISIT
THE
our ALTAMONTE HOTEL
large closets, gas and electric lights
;
splendid location; five minutes from BEFORE YOU LEAVE 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
of Heintz goods. postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire
Auto out to Altamonte
Owner, 312 North Main. 31812NFOR Springs
nine miles, and see the beauty spot 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
of all Florida, and get the best din-
SALE-100 Lu Gim Gong 3 year ner served in interior Florida at the
old nursery trees, budded from the Altamonte Hotel. Orchestra and for
ev- Heaters 2.80
3.50
CARUTHERS & GORE mother tree; a large number of 3 year ery amusement. Geo. E. Bates & I
old orange and grapefruit trees ready Son, proprietors. 3-17-6tc
for planting now. Whole nursery stock

New Modern G Grocery will Park.Winter be sold.Park,Address or telephone Alabama 461 3-18-6tc Winter Lodge, ing For go cleanest to Robinson's.clearest Kodak finish-3-3-tf BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.


CONTRACTOR:
LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale.
R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
Phone 200 Also furnished or unfurnished
before letting contract, if you are going -
houses for summer rental. Price and to build and want the best house
terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton, owner possible for money invested.P. ,
215 South Main street opposite O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
6 and 8 East Pine St. Methodist church. Phone 99. 2-18-lmoc .
2-27-lmo'

BUYERS AND SELLERSI ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT OX
FOR SALE-A good work horse; I buy, sell rent, and exchange real 1
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Orlan 0...Was ington luite No. 19 East Pine street at A. over 30 years. Have handled over
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo 20000000. Call and see me. GAS DEPARTMENT
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage, seven rooms and bath, Take your Kodak films to Robinson.
modern conveniences, roomy porches, 3-3-tf
DRAWING ROOM excellent 2-23-tf condition. W. L. Tilden. 1 .

SPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS PARTY

Car TO NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC:
Sleeping FOR SALE Buick touring ,
car fully COAST LINE, TUESDAY
NIGHT,
equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, It Is Time
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK, finle 'Pioneer Paint & Wall Store.
First Car on March 16 Fo'rd Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf 213 RIDGEWOOD AVE. THROUGH Paper

SLEEPER. 3-18-tfc To Plant Vines
FOR SALE : & Clark
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Story upright
VIA grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Has always on hand a large and well selected

Weeks in the recent contest will be Bignonia stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Atlantic Coast Line building sold for fund.benefit Piano of Baptist may be church seen A BargainLot Vinesta Brushes, Wall Finishes and: Painters Supplies

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. I

Standard Railroad of the South Weeks 10 Washington street. BougainvilleaPalms CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

Open lor Passengers af 9 P, 1.1 FOR l-13-tfc SALE-Five passenger touringcar and Ferns I ALWAYS GLAD TOJSEE YOU ATFINLEY'S

in A-l condition; che"!;) for
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, I I PIONEER
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. overlooking Lake
SaturdaysLeaving 1-4-tf VIOLET DELL E C 1\E 67 Corner Pine'and: Court

Lucerne $1.600. Must
Orlando on Train 82, ,
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri- and tools best farm in county; va- be seen to be appreci- GARDENJ.
days and Saturdays.For riety fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock
Reservations and Tickets Bldg, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- ated. Call M. CARUTHERS
call on A. C. L. Local Ticket er. 1-16-tfc
I MarletOF
Agent. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. The

JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of
the most important items in success- CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
ful growing of fruits and vegetables I
Talk with H. C. McDaniel. lIe has OPPOSITE POST OFFICE]
made a success of growing both. He Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH AND SALT MEATS
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" CARLREAL
brand. His experience is worth something DANN CHIROPRACTOR Kept under the bear sanitary conditions. *

9 to you. Phone 708.261m' graduate Davenport Cortege, 17 and I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freab

I 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone I sued pore A
209. Intelligent people everywhere I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL FOR SALE-A good comfortable ESTATE tre being restored to health by chiro-
home for small family; garden oractic adjustments, the new sciencef i! everything in the Meat Line.
OPTOMETRIST growing; fruit, shrubbery and flowers removing the cause of disease. Examination -
ORLANDO - FLORIDA ; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion free. 12- .J-lmo t PI. :NZ. Self & Co.
WE FIT avenue. 3-7-lmo
GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I
AND DO ALL KINDS OF COMPANY Umbrellas recovered and repaired PHONE NO. SO' PINE STREET
An 8x10 Kodak
I enlargement free "while you wait," at Young's Repair J tCUT
OPTICAL REPAIRING
]at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre

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News Notes ing and gardening and the outlook is ALL PLAY RUNS BROKEN {THE ITEM THAT DID NOT GET SEARCHING COTTON BALES FOR
Apopka 1-- ii1. a;
good for plenty of vegetation of all INTO THE PAPERIn INFERNAL DEVICESI
Poor Jones got in a trance
kinds to be raised around Apopka this I .
And ceased from being sporty; I
Apopka, Fla., March 20.-There is season. He woke, by some mischance, tKe April American Magazine I Following' the discovery at New

prospect now for several new houses In nineteenhundredforty.Oh David Grayson, writing his story, 'Orleans of a plot to destroy a British
Smith subdivision THE FASCINATION OF LOAFING how the world was changed "
being built in the ,
"Hempfield, with his
goes on wonderful -
I In virtue and in flaw! I !mule transport, which was sailing for
recently sold in Apopka. I IN NEW YORK i He thought himself deranged, I account of the '"Hempfield : France, by placing an automatically I
F. A. Phillips was a prospective i Until this sign he saw: I Star" and its editors. Hempfield is timed infernal machine in its hold,
visitor here this week looking over 'In the April American Magazine "Again today that serial play, country weekly. One of the editors is I
extreme precautions taken
'The Case of Harry Thaw!" are being
real estate, and was highly pleasedand George Fitch, the famous Illinois I a small town and the "Star" is a in order to frustrate any similar j

will perhaps locate here. at an funny: man, writes another small town Said Jones, "Am I advancedToo (Norton Carr, a youth from the city, t tempt which may be made by at-I I II

early date. piece in. his Homeburg series. This greatly in my date, I who conceived the idea of printing :I in this country. In carrying out this j:|
t B. F. Wilson, II. II. Witherington, month's article is entitled, "homeburg's And vas I but entrancedOne the naked truth about things in the work bale of
cotton contained
day from twelve to eight? i every South Atlantic Limited
:
D. W. Clark and T.1.. Byars motored Leisure Class." In the follow- 'I paper. Following is a paragraph he I II j
"Oh said billed for
no, they "you've slept I in shipments ports in belligerent -j
over to Orlando Tuesday morning. ing extract taken from the article 1\lr.1 Years twenty-five away, I wrote about the village church ser- .:, countries is being inspected COMFORT lighted train Solid through observation steel l electric and-
Arthur Bowman has been sufferingwith Fitch compares loafing in New York 'And still we've daily kept Ivice. It was the truth but it did not :
'I 1 by means of X-rays before it is alI! drawing-room drapers; coaches, diningcars '
a bone felon on his left hand city and in Homeburg: Exhibiting our play: get into the paper. I curving all meals.C0NVENlENCELeaves.
lowed be aboard
This show appeals in fifty reels- ( to placed a vessel.
this week, but is somewhat better at "Loafing in New York is the most The Case of Thaw' today!" "The usual forenoon service wasI :The bales, says the March Popular Jacksonville
this writing. fascinating business in the world. I held in the Congregational church on I every evening; at 8-15: arrives Cincinnati -
:Mechanics Magazine, in an illustrated
and Louisville! early
next evening
The bright warm days which have Why, it seems as if you New York "Pshaw! said the Rip-like one; 'Sunday. Sunday being a hot day,the ;
"You're fooling me, I know. :article, are carried on trucks before Columbus. Cleveland. Indianapolis few
been looked for so long have at last I men actually struggle to get spare D'ye mean this show has run Rev. Mr. Sargent wore his black alpaca -|these instruments and examined carefully hours liter; prompt connections other
arrived and the from the time. I've sat in office and Indiana. Michigan and Ohio point
sweet aroma your Since nineteen-six or so? coat, and preached earnestly for prior to being passed by the in-
orange blossoms .permeates the at-, watched you working yourself into a They answered, "Yes, indeed; thirty minutes, his text being John x, I Three Other Fine Trains

mosphere on all sides, reminding one II blue haze in your efforts to get done I II And We people put it come on each with year speed 3.Iiss Daisy Miller played a selec- I spectors. i iI'UESIDEi I DIXIE LIMITED-Fasteit and finest

that spring time is here in -teal ear- early enough to cord up a fine big I Whene'er our signs : tion from Mozart, though the pianowas to Chicago and St. Louis.
appear
: WILSON PLANS TO
DIXIE rLYER Year round solid
mess of leisure on Saturday after- I We have the film that's sure to thrill! unfortunately out of tune. There -
nest.The I through train fur Chicago and inter-
REVIEW BIG FLEET IN NEW
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'The Case of Thaw' is here!
American Realty company will noon. That's the difference between were in attendance fifteen women, meth to nointa.MOSTGOtEKT.
YORK IN MAY
have an auction lot sale to colored I New York and Homeburg. In Home- II You talk of "Uncle Tom," mostly old, seven men, and four chil- : ROUTE EXPRESS-
people here next Monday, March 22. burg you would have been stretchingout "Old Homestead"and "East Lynne: !" dren besides the choir. During the Through sleeper and dining car service
for St. Louis, daily all the vc&r.Choice .
They have a very desirable tract of your job to last until supper time I We take the laurels from sermon old Mr. Johnson went to sleep Washington, D. C.-President Wil- of routes i. ONE L N. feat.re
land for sale.I. I -unless you were one of our nine- Those dramas old and thin."Camille" and Mrs. Johnson ate four pepper- son plans to review the Atlantic fleet There are many then wbieh; make the read
will be forgot a laeorde with tr.w.I..r r.tn. rner a-
M. Jackson and family, of Day- i teen golfers, or the roads were good And no one think of Shaw mints. Deacon Mitchell took up a collection when it gathers for maneuvers atNew Uotu aid full iuformatio.'phe.e, wits or wnl

tona Beach, were in this city Thurs- i enough to let you drive over to the When still there is a spot of fifty-six cents, besides what York in May. H. C. BRETNEYFUoJif._..A|...
Wherein this will draw While he has made no definite arrangements 114 W..! Bar St.(B.B'afca..1(7)
day and said they were anxious to !I baseball game at Paynesville. sign : was in the envelopes.
"Come in and see our comedy, it was said today he un- Jacksonville, Florida;
"Leisure in New York
become citizens of Apopka once more. I means .......
The Case of Harry Thaw! Direct a.d
Their many friends would be glad to ure, excitement, and seven Pleas-I -John O'Keefe, in N. Y. World. SPEAKER CLARK GOES TO MISSISSIPPI doubtedly unless would pressing be present official at business the review Iiforoia owls.E:o" the, ,. IJ& -l.[ 1
welcome them back again. kinds of interest. But for rite for details.

James Smith and wife left Wednes- many a long year in hundreds of :I 600,000,000 BULLETS IN LEAD IS ( prevented.

day for Indiana after spending the Homeburg homes leisure has meant | SENT ALLIES '
Washington.-Speaker Champ Clad;
waiting for meal times-and not much '
winter here. j leaves today for his home at Bowling '
of else. 'I' Omaha Neb.-Ten train loads of
Mrs. Cora Lowe has been confinedto anything Green, by way of Pass Christian, EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4TH
her room with a severely sprained "City people laugh at country people I lead, enough to make 600,000,000 Miss., the gulf resort where Presi-
for the chickens to .
beating roost.
ankle at the home of her mother, Mrs.S. standard bullets, were shipped to dent Wilson spent a short vacationmore

A. Merrill, on Central avenue. I. But going what to bed are is you the going most to do when ,England today from the Omaha plantof than a year ago. The Speakerwill We are showing a beautiful line of Easter
fascinating i
The Methodist church here has just | the American Smelting and Refining join Mrs. Clark and his daughter Cards Folders and other. suitable
diversion available after ? i Booklets ar-
installed electric lights which give supper j Miss Genevieve Clark, at Pass Chris- .

much better satisfaction than the old company. tian and stay there a week or more. ticles for gifts.Reasonable.
kerosene lamps. This is the first SAYS ONE LEG IS BAROMETER I While destined to private con- The Clarks will' then return to Missouri prices on everything. Post

church in town to take electric lights.J signees in London, the lead is said to to remain during the recess of

A. Bowman, the jeweler, has been Cleveland, O.-It's no joke to have r be intended for military use by the congress. Miss Clark will be marriedat Cards one cent each.

wearing a small sized carbuncle on one good leg and another that persists allied governments. Bowling Green probably about the

the back of his neck for the past few in acting as a barometer. So declares Each train was composed of twentycars middle of June, to James M. Thomson \v. s. BRANCH ,

t days. No one wants to trade him outof Mrs. Hattie Felber, who is suing the and each car carried thirty tons. of New Orleans.
it, but he would be glad to dispose city for $10,000 damages She also The Arcade Book and Music Store

of it. objects to having to wear shoes two
GERMANS DESTROY 4,593; VIL-- WILL BLOCKADE MEDITERRANEAN -
sizes larger than she has been .
The Pastime theatre here seemsto accus- LAGES IN RUSSIAN POLAND
be desirable tomed to wear and to have to forego :
very property, as it
has changed hands twice in the past dancing. In her petition she charges London.-Statistics published in London.- Considerable conf usiion OUR MOTTO :

week. The attractions are very sat- that as she alighted from a street car Petrograd concerning losses to prop- has resulted from the varied interpre- "
she stepped into a hole in the street Small Profits and Quick Returns. .
isfactory to the thatre
going people. erty in Russian Poland as a result of tations of the language in the note of
The civic league is preparing to and so injured one of her legs that the German invasion give the total Foreign Secretary Grey concerningthe
the foot swelled permanently."In Get on our Mailing List and let us send you our Price
on play at the hall in the
put a city tnumber of towns and larger villages effect the British blockade would
damp and cloudy weather Card from time to time.A .
near future. my destroyed as 95. It is said 4,500; have Mediterranean waters. To
leg acts as a sort of a barometer," quantity of Oats going at $2.25 per sack.
Billy Clark and wife left last Monday
small villages were devastated, 1,000of clear this up the foreign office says
for their home in Detroit after I she sadi. "I can tell by the pain them having been burned. specifically that Mediterranean watersare Hay, $1.60 per cwt.

spending the winter here. They an- whether it will be clear or not." These figures forwarded by Reu- regarded as European waters and THE COOPERATIVE.PRODUCE CO. 1

nounced their intention to return ter's correspondent apply to ten Polish -. that consequently the blockade' will be I '
' Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
next fall. Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the provinces. The damage is esti- maintained there just as in the Northsea. W. L, DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
Everybody is busy these days farm- next day. 3-3-tf mated at more than $500,000,000.;: .

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We are living progressive times and being aware of it, we have decided to reduce our commission on all city properties .

over two thousand (2CGO.OO dollars, frcm five per cent. to two and a half (2 1-2) per cent., and on all country propositionsabove .J

four thousand [$4CGO.CO] dollars, from ten percent to five per cent to all property holders who want to list their 3

property at commercial values from now on until the first day of May 1915. '


If we succeed in getting enough property to control, our Mr. Benedict will leave during the summer season for an ex- ..

tended trip through the Western and Eastern states, visiting all the agencies of the company and placing the propositionsin

their hands to stimulate their energy and also arrange to have a meeting of all the different agents to visit Orlando during ;

the next tourist season, which certainly will be crowned with success to make the representatives of the company see with their

own eyes the advantages of Florida at large, and Orange county in p 'rticular. We shall very gladly explain our plan to any

one interested, and ask them to interview Mr. Benedict and get full particulars.The .


reduction of the commission, which is considerable, is not the only benefit for the property holders, as well for the

investors, but both of them can rely on perfect honorable dealing with the company and their interests will be under all
'
circumstances, taken care of, and their transactions will carry a Bank Guarantee. ITo


the investors we can state, our aim is to have only satisfied customers, and we will give free space in our daily papers .

for the complaints of any one who finds any fault in dealing with us.

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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO

Total Responsibility:

2500.00 paid up 50000.00

Surplus ___________25,000.00 .

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL .c.


Quite a number of DeLnjid people
motored to Orlando yesterday and cn-
joed the day sightseeing and greet-
ing friends.


Mrs. Joseph Bumby and sort, Master 77//S- "P&L/DEWT
Stanley, left yesterday for Kis-
II simmee where they will visit Mrs. MANPUTH/ST/RST
I Fred Gilbert. :
SAWA/GS/Mrff '

Mr. II. B. Mack, of Boston, who has
\ been spending the winter in this sec- BANK d--
tion, left for the '
SECURE FOR SURE yesterday North. t
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I Mr. M. T. Lallatte the popular
a DONT let idle funds remain idle, and don't invest representative of the Southern Print-
I
.; in any security or venture where there is a ers' Supply House, spent yesterday in ii-
possible question of risk. Orlando calling on the trade.

I
Think of SAFETY FIRST. :Mr. O. S. Robinson, the popular { To
representative of Hargadine-McKit- e 1

Our Certificates of Deposit are "Secure for Sure." trick, dry goods, St. Louis, Mo., left
Your idle money will be safe. It will earn 4 percent j esterday for that city on business.Mr. .

and is ready when you need it.
J. B. Banks of Louisville, Ky.,
We issue Certificates for any amount any busi-
stopped over in Orlando for a while to
ness day. see his brother, Mr. G. R. Banks. He ; d:
was en route from Havana to the ;
Blue Grass State.

1 Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hanson, of Co- y. ti
The State Bankof lumbus, Ohio, who have been spend-
1 ing several weeks in Orlando, were
1r among those starting yesterday for
their homes in the North.

Orlando
Mrs. J. L. Draper, who has been
1/ very much missed from Orlando this
winter, writes the Sentinel from San
I Diego, Cal., that she desires the paperto JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG
be sent to her at Northampton,
JIass., her old home. MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON

EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH .
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller of Au-
I relia. YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT

winter in Orlando, left yesterday af- YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN 4 PER CENT. IN-
ternoon for a short visit to St. Pe-
TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS
tersburg. They will not return to the WHOSE
western home for some weeks. ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE

TAKE AN INTEREST IN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-
Mr. J. G. Carlisle and daughter
Miss Ruby, who have been the guestsof TOMER.
Mr. and :Mrs. II. H. Dickson at
their home on South range avenue,
I returned to Atlanta. Ga., :yesterday Peoples National Bank C]
afternoon. Mrs. Carlisle is the sisterof
Mr. Dickson.Mr. .
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and Mrs. S. T. Davis, who have "IT IS A PLEASURED) !SERVE YOU."
been in Florida for several weeks, left t .
Orlando yesterday for points on the
East Coast. They were greatly impressed t
Summer with what they saw of thii
CockingShouldn't : .. section and may return early in th .
T y fall for another visit.
Cook

1 Messrs. Joseph Dawson, J. P. Mus-
the Cook sue.r selwhite, A. W. Bumby, and M. O.
Overstreet went down to Lakeland I
ti ?oa9.4 yesterday afternoon on the Tampa Mr. J. L. Baxter, of Mansfield, 0., The classified advertising depart-j Mr. and Mrs. W. T. How" who are
Getting' dinner ready I Special to attend the funeral of Mr. and Major J. \V. Rose, of Connerrs- ment of today's issue I among Orlando's popular winter' visitors -

r in July is just as com- W. K. Haynes who was a member of ville, Ind., who have been spendingthe terest special advertisements Read them that may and in-I will leave today for their home
Olivet you. over see.
Commandery No.
4 of I
this
I winter in Orlando, guests at the in Poland N. Y., where
fortable as in Noveinber city. they will
New: Lucerne, left yesterday for Day- !I I spend the summer. They have been
-if you use a tona where they will spend several BASEBALL-Rollins College vs. I
Transients to this city for
registering at the San Stetson University, at Winter Park coming some years
FLORENCE OIL Juanesterday include H. :M. Neil days before continuing their journey Monday, March 22, and Tuesday;', and have many friends who regret
Columbus O.; J. D. Mitchill, :Miami; northward. I March 23, at 3 p. m. 3 21 2te their donartu'eur .
COOK STOVE. "r'e Turning Point in Oil Stove History'Oil E. Williamson Omaha; Edward Hud-
nall, Boston; L. McAulirTe, Chicago -
The !hc.t goes .i into the F. ; Brooks Birdson, New York, and I
F LOR NeE W. P. Gaillard, Tampa.Mr. .
cooking, rot i int3::: the fr"

kitchen. It docs your Cook Stoves and Mrs. A. F. Gray, of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., who have been touring hte
work well and reliably! "Look for tie! Lever" state were among the arrivals in Or-
- - lando j esterday afternoon. They will (IdeaJ
and keeps you com- I remain in this section for a week or
fortable. It requires less watching and so and then visit Eustis before starring -
regulatingthan I for their Northern home. Fount pen
a coal stove.: ,
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& ,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYTo Pen aid Ink J .
You can keep cnc cr four burners at an intensely hot provide thQ

or merely simmering flame. r r. Challenge correct Sale an closed impression Saturday that nightwe our aa
want to say that the Big Sale lasts r= .. for all ring
Come in and Lt us SNOW you how these Florence t all this week and maybe next wl"d. purposes

Automatic toxsvork: : how simple and reliable.:: The charter for good bargains an ll1' 6 ..
better this week than ever. 23-Ct
No Jficks to burn o:::t. No. J'afocs to leak. Once f .".: ,.' ... .

started, each burner v.":::1 1 keep going at the same 5 FOR completed SALE OR six RENT-House, just
; rooms, bath, and
power until you turn i it!: rut.PERFECTLY. f sleeping porch, also garage. R. J. Sold and personally guaranteed by
Waldron, contractor and builder, 4 W
SAFE J South street. 3-23-lt McELROY'S PHARMACY

FOR SALE-Or to rent, furnished
five room bungalow. 402 Gunby |

See it Demonstrated at avenue. F. W. McAuley W. South i' -- - - --- . -- - - .-
street. -
3-23-St i r.

WANTED refined middle ageJ
woman to share the home of an
Oscar Hand & Son elderly Sentinel.couple as companion. 3-23-6t 77, care



WEST PINE ST. FOUND-Good have same buggy by applying whip. at Ownercan this Bank organizd April 16th, 1906 i| . '" .. t .

oTice and paving 50 cents. 3-23-1i i
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION1 OF THE
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FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold at ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO. 1At \! 4
once, new six room house; large yr7 r
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11111111111111111111111111.1,11.111,111111111111111.I lot, garden, chicken
:; yard, garage. the Close of Business March 4,1913. Condensed Y .
Part cash and rest terms. Located (
corner Columbia and Atlanta streets. From Report to Comptroller. ,
Give Your Wife a Call on T. C. Brannon at S. A. L. I i.
I freight depot. 3-23-Gt I
I I Loans and Discounts _______________$371,679.00 "I j
WANTED-Ford car in good condi Overdrafts ________________________ 1,001.75 I -,.;;....
Good Watchand tion. Address "". G. Geier Win- Stocks and Bonds --________________ 24,668.33 r j.
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dermere Fla. Tel. 1019. 3- 3-3t. __ '
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 41,857.86 I ,

Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95 3 S '
see how it will harmonize FURS left in M. E. church March 21. e _
the workings of
your Finder please leave at parsonageand
household. get reward. 3-23-at 749973.89 f .'. klL_
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Some folks think of a woman's watch merely a decorative FOR RENT-From the first of April Capital Stock ______________________$100,000.00 t' _
to the first of December, a new !
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piece of jewelry be worn on festive occasionsand house, furnished or unfurnished four I Surplus and Undivided Profits 33,970.44Dividends

to eight rooms, to adults only. Use Unpaid _____________---- 52.00

laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our I of Ridgewood garage avenue included., city. Address 3-23-3t 213 Bills Payable _____________________ None =rr.

large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera Re-Disoounts) ___.:.._________________ None ; fir' .

practical useful TO RENT-For summer furnished or I j DEPOSITS ________________________ 615,4745: TT
mechanism your wife will appreciateand unfurnished cozy bungalow for
small family. 102 East Concard I Due to banks____________-_--_______ 476.93 1,
use all day and every day.: Fitted with Elgin or nue. 4

aye-I
Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold --- $749,973.89

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up i''i -

C. VATER I II

....THE GERMAN JEWELER... J


T.D.EVANSJEWELER repairing make: ; ,a fcpccia'.ty All grade: in fine American watch, ;1: Orl nn B llk.1kA Trllt t CoMDauy


Swiss, Engh-h: \\atche-; also Jewelry A

and spectackexpert l in this:
line. All repair.. guarauteed. I

Opp. Post Office; Pine Street

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