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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 24, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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: THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME







THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1915. NUMBER 35.


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THE RUSSIANS TOOK 119,593 PRISONERSIN







CAPTURE OF BIG PRZEMYSL FORTRESSLARGEST




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CAPTURE- OF WAR BARONS PLAY HAVANA'i FROST INVADED THIS METtlODS

AS RESULT OF RUSSIAN CARRANZISTAS DRASTIC USED TO


GALICIAN SUCCESS REDS JDAY 1 SECTION YESTERDAYCAPT.



: BURNING \\\mmmON MEN t FLEE BEFORE

WILL PROVE INTERESTINGGAME BAKER SAYS IT IS A GETHEMFFOIIIWTOHELP [

; LARGE CROWDIS LITTLE TOO EARLY TO
Paris Dispatch Says Germans
DESIREDTo VILLAVILLA ESTIMATES.

Used Burning Liquid to

Spray Over French "Break Even" Local Man- J. Sligh Makes Statement IN WHEAT HARVEST

Trenches agement Must Have Sup- IS ACTIVE, SWEEPING Which Tells of Any or All

port of Orlando Damage Done-Host-
FOES FOR 205 "-
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Petrograd, March 23.Accordingto CitizensBy ings Hard HitIt -
an announcement from the war of- MILES WARSHIP TO GO FROM GAL-
fice today the Russians took 119,593 ROLLINS BEAT STETSONSpeedy
prisoners, all captured at Przemysl. Jose Massaguer,Jr. Business Mgr is always a difficult matter to arrive VESTON TO PROGRESSO
The Barons were defeated by the at the damage done by the cold
Louisville Colonels at Lakeland yes IS NOW MOVING ON MATAMORAS snap which invaded this section yesterday WITH EQUIPMENT
Large Credit to England May Be
the day after. Quitea Rollins Team Downs
Made in Week's Time terday by the score of 11 to 6. Todayat morning
the Fair Grounds the Barons will number of truckers have been inter-
Stetson by Score of 8 to 6
(By B. O. Forbes) play the Havana Reds. The following One of Villa's Armies Has viewed on the question but none thus THE HEMP CROP IS ENDANGEREDBy
New York. March 23.This state- article tells of the "Reds." far have hazarded a definite answer. -Each Has Won Two

ment can be made with the highest The Havana Reds is a club of genuine Reached Point Only 35 Some say that the injury to growing GamesIn
authority: 1 will not exceed five
white Cuban ball players, the vegetation twenty-
"An official announcement of a I youngest element in the Cuban Na- Miles Distant From per cent., while others say it will not Irresponsible Persons at

large credit to England is expected tional League. All of these boys have reach that amount. a good game yesterday spark-
within a week. I played together during the Jast win- Matamoras'Vashinjrton Capt. C. II. Baker, Orange county's ling with brilliant plays Rollins beat Yucatan During Present

The initial grant will probably be ter season and put up a fine game. I agricultural expert, who is perhapsthe Stetson in baseball by the score of 8 Revolution-Meets
$100,000,000 but the full amount i This was clearly shown in their recent March 23.The activ- best posted along these lines of to 6. This makes a tie as each has
wanted by England and her allies is series against the Cubs and the ities of Villa are shown today in dispatches anyone that we know of in this section won two games, and it has been suggested Approval U. S.
understood to be $250,000,000. Phillies. to the department which in answer to a query by the Sentinel that the fifth game be played
"Details can not be arranged untilJ. I state that he has cleared the countryof scribe as to what damage had in Orlando. The box score of yester-
I*. Morgan arrives London to- left- Washington, March .-By an arrangement -
in Carranzistas from San Luis Potosi been wrought by the visit of .Jack day's game follows:
wards the end of this week. I one of them a scratch single, the oth- to Patmas, a distance of 205 miles. Frost, said it was a little too early to STETSON. AB R H PO A E with the state and navy
"Negotiations have been begun here reach definite conclusion. I 2 4 0 :lepartments a warship will take immediately -
a Bradley, 3b -t I
: er a triple by Cravath, and Ballesteros -i He is also moving on Matamoras un
by the French government for a sub- a Tampa favorite lost to the I where Carranzistas are entrenched. Corn in some places has been Gardner, 2b _____.4 0 1 0 0 1 from Galveston about
stantial credit and $500,000,000; may touched beans are browned in several 412500 $750,000 worth of property of cordage -
; Lourcey, c-------
Cubs last Saturday in a very hard lOne of Villa's armies has reached
be decided upon. Details have not localities; potatoes have been singed; Kanner, ss ___ 400030 manufacturers of this country to
fought game 3-2. Pitcher Pedro Gon- I a point 35 miles from Matamoras uu I
been settled." zalez is considered as the "find" of but no calamity has been wrought Gross If _____-__ 5 1 0t 0 0 Progresso, Yucatan, to expedite the
Reports that London bankers are the season in Cuba, and according to I j I Bulletin (Delajed->.-The Carranza The orange industry did not suffer Hodgen, Ib ____n 4 2 2 11 0 0 : purchase and shipment of sissal hemp
planning to transfer to New York McGraw, who was wintering there tonight said that Generals any perceptible damage. It might Merntt, cf _______ -I 1 1 0 0 0 to the United States.
agency
bankers important loans made by and saw him pitch several games, he I' Garza and Ricaud had routed the Vil- have been a great deal worse. It was I Haskms, p------- 3 0 1 0 :3 0 I I II The arrangement was completedthis
London on American securities as collateral m cnusual visitation, to say the lens. Thomas 0 0 Ole eveninbetween: Secretary Dan
has a world of promise. lie pitched lista column in Guerrero. The date : p ---------1 I IBeaulien.
can not be confirmed. great ball last Sunday at Fort Dade 'of; the victory is not given. Another but in a short time it will all be forgotten I rf ...____ 200200 iels and Edward C. Heidrich, Jr., of
The principal inland national bank- : against! the Phfl'es and heat them !:1 dispatch to the agency says that Gen- and the near approach of the I the Peoria Cordage company, Peoria,

ers so far have entered into no such I :{-2. He won his own game with a eral Trevino has defeated the Vilhs1 good old summer time will put a quietus Totals _________ j 6 8 24 11 1 Illinois. and other officials
arrangements but it is said efforts of I double, and also secured a triple. !1 tas at Ebano. Villa had forces here on "frosts Two base hit-Hodgen. Three base Secretary Bryan
this kind may jet be made if the war : hit Merritt. Home run-Hodgen. said today that extraordinary meth-
The short stop on this Cuban club advancing to Tampico. -
promises to be prolonged.INILUENTIAL By S. J. Shgh bases Merritt.: Base balls ods had become necessary because of
Stolen on
Herrera is fast
"Chief" a player, and Obregon, who recently evacuated
FINANCIAL INTERESTS the great demand for hemp in the
I Manager: Pat Moran of the Phillies : :Mexico City, is now 69 miles north of After carefully looking over my en- -Off Haskms 4. Struck out-By
HERE ARE NOW ALMOST I tire vegetable farm I consider that Thomas 1. Hit United States, especially for twine to
HaskmsS, by by
Jimmy Archer of the Cubs, Heine i Manzamllo, say dispatches to the de-
A UNIT LOOKING TO THESUUDEX I Zimmermann, and other diamond s I partment today. about twenty-five per cent. of the to- pitched ball-By Haskms 1. Earned be wheat used in harvesting: the immense

COLLAPSE OF HOSTILITIES : stars, branded him as a "wonderful i matoes were damaged, possibly not runs-Stetson 3. Left on bases- I cropsThe
WITHIN THE NEXT FEW I hemp is in danger of destruction -
much will crop
t fielder with a great pair of hands quite so as a great many Stetson 8.ROLLINS.-
MONTHS. ITALY IS EXPECTEDTO I He is the most popular player: in BOY SCOUT ELECTIONI sprout out. I have enough plants to AB R II PO A E :.' from irresponsible personsin ,
JOIN THE ALLIES. Roumania Tampa, St. Petersburg and Lakeland reset and it will only make me a few Musselwhite, If ___ 4 1 1 2 0 0''I Yucatan during the present revolu-
and Greece already have been provided as he played short last summer for !I The Boy Scouts of troop No 4 held days later I do not consider my potatoes Roberts 2b _n___ 5 1 2 2 1 1 : tion.News
with funds bv Great Britain out the Ybor City team, in Tampa, and I an election of officers last evening at were damaged at all as they Pmtcll, f, _ _ 4 0 1 1 2 I I to the department today,
of her "war chest made himself famous for his fast and I the Methodist church. The following were nearly ready to dig, and the Taylor c-------- 522910 I however, is that Carranza now has the

: clever game They call him "Gator" I officers were elected: plants are only killed down an inch or Froemke, 3b _____ 4 2 1 1 0 1 I situation under his control and allthat's

Berlin (by wireless to Sayville), I in Tampa, and he is a prince, on and Clifford Tatum, secretary and two from the top. Of course the foli- Hunter, Ib _____u -I 1 3 9 0 0 necessary is to get the money
March 23.-The press generally laments off the field. I scribe; Linley Barlow, Rufus Tatum age looks bad as the leaves were all Thoren, cf --------4 1 2 3 0 0 for the purchase of hemp to the sailing -

the fall of Przemjsl, admittingthat : i The left fielder, Joaquin Rodes, was I I Herbert Barlow, flower committee; killed I saw no plants that were Lewis, rf ________ 400000 wharves at Progresso.The .
it is a severe blow, but finding i "the" star of the series just played by I I Alfred Barker, Marion Freeman, Lin- killed further down than three inches Jacobsen, p>> __n__ 2 0 1 0 3 1 money will be paid to the planters -

consolation in the fact that hunger the Reds in St. Petersburg and Tam- ley Barlow, entertainment committee; above the ground and certain partsof Barze, p -___-_____ 2 0 0 0 1 0 or agents.
I
and not the Russians compelled the 'pa against the "big leaguers. Joe !Johnnie Quina, Marion Freeman, the field the plants were not hurtat - - - Out of this Carranza agents will

surrender. Confidence is expressedthat Rodriguez, the first baseman, is an I Howard Bojce: financial committee. all. One of the best potato crops I Totals _________38 8 13 27' 8 3 take exports tax and allow commerceto
the fall will have no effect on the extremely clever fielder. All boys between the ages of twelve ever made, the plants were hurt worse Stolen bases-Roberts 1. Froemke go on.

general situation and it is hoped the Gonzalez, the second baseman is a I and eighteen, and men who are inter- than any of these. :2, Hunter 1, Thoren 2. Two base!'; hits
Austrians will soon recapture the i fast man and a very good hitter. ested in the Scout movement, are requested My melons can not possibly be -Hunter 2, Taylor. Base on balls-
fortress. i Manager Mendieta plays center. The I to meet with the boys at the damaged over ten per cent, and there Off Jacobsen!'; 2, off Barze 3. Struck
catchers Ferrer and Gutierrez, have Methodist church every Tuesday are mor seed now in the ground. I out-By Jacobsen 1, by Barze 5. Orlando Life In
Paris Statement I' good arms.I night at seven-fifteen. I have an acre in cantaloupes just up Earned runs-Rollins 6. Left on
I I which was not hurt, cukes were not bases-Rollins 10. ParagraphTO
Paris March 23.-Tonight's' official AIDS INSANITY I damaged to any extent, and about
TROTTING
Business who FOX
Manager Massaguer
statement says: I
half an acre of beans was not dam-
"In Belgium, in the region of Ni ic n- !- a 1"iseba!' writer for LI: Ivlundo, I need Taking it all together I do not CARDINALS' BLEACHERS ARE I
port our artillery destroyed several 1 Havana's leading newspaper, is a Philadelphia.-Fox trotting is good CONDEMNED I GIVE SERVICEThe
think loss will amount to much
points of vantage and observation. I personal friend of Captain Roy Ellam I for insanity, according to officials of fact my I consider ; Orlando Ice company is puttingon

"We saw the occupants escaping. ; and other members of the Birmingham the municipal hospital for the insane the in in other sections myself were lucky badly as- St. Louis Mo., March 23.-Building four more single wagons, makinga

"Northwest of Arras at Carencj, ; club, and he said last night that at Blocklej, where the patients enjoy hurt crops by the frost which will make Commissioner McKelvey today con- total of seven single and four dou-
we took a German trench which we i I he was very glad to come here to I the modern dances at regular intervals those who do have crops get more demned the north and east bleacherson ble wagons, together with a big auto-
had demolished, and made some prisoners -,, play the Barons, as they always under auspices of the Association -. for their produce. I have bought Robison Field the home of the mobile truck and a small truck. The
played: a fine clean game in Cuba and for the Employment of the Insane hundreds of cars of tomatoes which Cardinals. latter will be used entirely for the

"At Soissons new attempts at bom- : are very popular. Ellam, "the dandy cost from $800 to $1,500 a car, andI They have a seating capacity of carrying on of their extensive ice business -
bardment were stopped by our artil- captain," as he calls him, who acted "The dance certainly has curative expect to be able to do as well this ten thousand. insuring the local trade premier -
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lery almost as soon as it was begun. as a manager in the Cuban journey, properties, says Miss Mary D. Mc- season. The commissioner declared theycan service. The company will also

"In the Champagne district the '; has many friends in the Cuban cap- Murtne, president of the association. I am in receipt of the following not be made safe in less than two keep a small extra Buick car at the
Germans bombarded the ital where he has star ball "The Patients know the modern steps
positions played wire from Nix &. Bugbee of Hastings months. This means the Cardinals storage plant on Jefferson street to
captured by us during the last few ;I three winters. and some display grace and elegancein Fla.: "Think potato crop cut will play at Sportsmen Park until the answer all hurry up calls. The com-
days, Lut did not attack with infantry the art. After a few dances the about forty per cent, impossible tell first of June.DEATH pany plans to cover the entire city by
irritable and wayward patients
t WILD BILL DON OVA VS WIFE most rational amount of damage for two or three noon. The storage plant is on West
Near the Germans become amicable and seemingly -
Vauquois Jefferson street, one north of
I FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE I days, low land and land just irrigated square
OF LEWIS COOLEY
sprayed one ot our trenches with i I for a while escaped, high land and potatoes just the San Juan hotel.
Our had ,
burning liquid. troops to -0--
fall back at this point about 15; )"ard,;;. :I Reno, Nev., March 23.-Mrs. Wil- MANCONVERTS; CONSIDERABLE worked in bad shape"I Word, was received of the sudden DANN A LIVE ONE
have had
'liam Donovan, wife of "AVild Bill" a great many inquiries Geneva
of Mr Lewis Cooley at
"At Les Parges the enemy delivered CASH passing:! -
Donovan of the New York during the day from my friends in II. Carl Dann is always on the qui
He
two attacks which were stopped manager N. Y., last Saturday morning
I reference to the damage which they vive for something new, strictly orIg-
American filed
short i team suit here today with his wife and niece have spent
I Philadelphia.-Billy Sunday passed feared done I inal and novel to catch the of
and a
for divorce. In her complaint she was my crop, very 117 eye
"At Hartmannsweil the winter with Mrs Guy Stapp,
Erkopf we carried out of Philadelphia Sunday right: not much appreciate their kind prospective patron. He has installed
expressions
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line of trenches and block charges neglectMANY East Pine street.
one a and mind. With
out of its heart its of dimensions
I and am happy to inform them a new sign large to at-
house" J!i his wife and family he took a train 1 I I :t .is my candid opinion the cold has tract the public.
for harrisburg, leaving behind him : e s 5 s s t s s s s s s s s sS
done me good instead of harm, and I
PRINCE D'ARENBERG KILLED IN : WERE LEFT BEHIND more than 40,000 "trail-hitters I am only sorry some of my friends in ROSE TURNS LARGE DEAL HXVJ.S3; 1VHH, *
BATTLE I I In his wallet he carried a certified other parts of the state have made REAL ESTATE *
i i I check for $51.1 6.85, given in "free- heavy tosses. Yours truly.I S . . . . . . . . .

Pans.-Prince Ernest d'Arenberg i I I I will" offerings as a practical testimonial -I J. SLIGH. The upper line is inverted primarilyto
a lieutenant in the thirty-second reg- Board of Trade Played Host to of the appreciation of his effortsin I Sells Bartholomew Farm and be read by the aviators who are

iment of French infantry, has been : Tourists Yesterday, but II the eleven weeks he was here. Rose Garden to Local daily growing in number, and the
killed on the field of battle. He was 'I BARON SECOND TE..VM BEATS lower line to be read by pedestrianswho

the tenth representative of the aristocracy Not Enough Cars I BERNHARDT SENDS MESSAGE HIGH SCHOOL 10-1: Parties Yesterday- are not as fortunate as their j

of France who has lost his Furnished school Livestock Included brothers in the sky. The idea was '
That the high boys are some
life recently under the colors of his : In a letter received by Lou Telle- ball tossers was demonstrated yesterday prompted by Zeppelin attacks on Paris. -
countr j.Prince. I gen, formerly her leading man, Sarah Maybe II. Carl Darn figures it '
afternoon when went downin
they W. Rose closed deal
: It seemed though there Walter a yesterday -
Ernest was born in Pans in as were one Bernhardt won't be long until the Zeppelinscome 1
1886. He was the son of Prince Au-I'I million tourists and visitors in Or- I i| "Am continuing says to improve rapidly. I defeat while battling the Barons. whereby the Bartholomevffarm to Florida to see some real real :
i The score was 10 to 5 in favor of the and garden, the home of "
guste, head of the French branch of lando yesterday when the thirty automobiles rose estate.
You ask if I will go on plajing. How j
the Arenberg famil out of the sixty automobiles I Alabama team. It is only fair to the Mr. C. 1' Bartholomew, was sold to
) ask Until the other leg is -0--
I promised by the Board of Trade can buried you in I shall never i Barons to mention that it was their Mr J. Ronson, all parties concerned "NEVER AGAI CARTER
I my grave
showed at 2 o'clock to take them I I second nine which took part in the being residents of Orlando.
AMERICAN ENVOY'SIFE GOING up cease to go on acting. I keen up my Officer Carter yesterday ordered J
for free ride over the I i j I game. On the other hand the school This lovely suburban home is well
a country.
TO PARIS I spirits and have a ravenous appetite be because five soft drinks and as many cigars ;
"Did such crowd I boys are to congratulated known by the many who have mo-
ever see a ,
you
didn't know there !i for getting back to work.-S. Y. of the excellence of their work as tored out to purchase flowers, and to be brought to the sheriff's officeas
Elyria, Ohio Mrs William Graves were so many Sun. treat for the crowd. The waiter j
I 1"1 in the world," "Just look atm I proved by the good showing made others who were sightseeing. a
Sharp, wife of the American ambassador carried the refreshments to Judge ,
," "And yet they this has been against a team which has the profes- Mr. Bartholomew has won a reputation -
to France will leave with their say I ANNOUNCEMENT Martin's office where they
the Bar"RUBAnAT were
standing enjoyed by florist in city.
our
as a
off for tourists"-these and socnal
n -
five children on the Fabre line steam- like jear heard I Camp No. 16074 Modern Woodmen i, .. This place is located one-half mile quickly disposed of by Sheriff Gordon 1
ship Patria, from New York on hand expressions yesterday afternoon were when on every tour- I of America meets tonight All members i from the city limits on Colonial Drive, and a party of invited friends. Never j
Thursday, to join her husband in Par- 1 are urged to be present. Thereis again, says Carter.
ists and visitors congregated at Tour- I CONCERT TONIGHT east of Orlando and consists of 15 i
is. The Patria will take a southern ist Headquarters to enjoy an auto some important business to be /I The by Mr. For- I acres, in hi;h state of cultivation, -o-
route to Marseilles in order to avoid !I transacted. All visiting members are concert prepared WAS DECLARED INSANE i
modern five cottage completely
submarines as much as possible. ride.S.. invited to come. Royal Neighborswill rest" Dabnev Carr which takes dace room William 18 old, of j
S. Griffin said last night that this in the Rosalind Club is furnished; the deal carries with it all Huggms, years
sixty automobiles had been promised also meet with us. Come and awaited evening with much interest not onlv live stock, farming implements, etc Zellwood was declared to be insane
ON BUSINESS MISSION and of these only thirty appeared. I have a good time. I by the citizens of Orlando but manyof I This deal follows close upon several yesterday and was taken to Chatta-
J. M. Brady, clerk. j hoochee. The jury rendering the verdict -
There was a big surprise anyway, for the surrounding tovns. especially ) large deals hand'ed by Mr Rose ;
Rick Woodward owner of the Bar- no one supposed such a large crowd I Winter Park, where Mr. Carr recently this month, adding several thousand was Judge Martin, Dr. Boone, 1
ons, has gone to Wheeling, W Va., en would avail themselves of the Boardof I. IS YOUR NAME: THERE? ; sang before the winter residents, creating dollars to his enviable record of haying J. F. Ange and Dr. Kilmer. i

business. Trade's invitation. Those that were On page two appears the list of a sensation with his singing! of sold considerably over $150,000 -o-
fortunate enough to get in a car were padi members to the Board of Trade. grand opera music. On this occasion worth of property this winter. HAS RETURNED FROM JACK-

THE WEATHER given a beautiful ride. It was disappointing Is jour name there Look and see. Mrs Carr will be heard in two new SONVILLE
to the Board of Trade thata "Be a self' starter, don't wait to be songs never before heard in Orlando. April magazines coming in every LeRoy B. Giles returned last evening -
Florida: Fair in east Wednesday hitch in the plans occurred and that cranked. Join the Board of Trade A1 subscribers! are requested to be dav Daily paper for )-ou. Curtis & from his Business trip to Jackson-

and Thursday. :a miscalculation: had teen made Otl:o.)"" p-escnt not later than S:30. O'Neal, hood store, Orange avenue. I ;
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HOTELS I FLORIDA LAND VALUABLECensus 300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 KAISER SUMMONS COUNCIL BIG WAR I SPRINGFIELD PfiNT


--- London-The Evening News prints
Bureau Issues Booklet !!
a dispatch from Copenhagen to the
"HE A SELF STARTER DOST &
THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Showing;: the Increased effect that Emperor William and Gen. FLOWER CO.
Assessed Valuationsof WAIT TO BE CRANKED"JOIN
and Church Streets von Falkenhayn, chief of the German
TIlE BOARD 01-
StateA
Splendid service, Kxcrllti.t twins. Hot and cold water. One of the besiex TRADE NOW general staff, armed today at the FRANK CARY ELWES, Manager
ks m the s ate. Kales, *7.oO ir week and up. i?]>tcial rates to i>artie> German army headquarters near Lille.
table board. bulletin just issued by the census -
wishing Their visit, the Evening News states,
W. G. DUNCAN Prop. bureau shows graphically how Un MEMBERS PAID, 1915A : is for the of ina
issessed valuation of real t''tnt.anel l l"Tiprovements purpose participating All kinds of cut Flowers for F31e.
council of war.
subject to taxation in Anderson i F. I.-, grocer. Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations -

The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn Florida In 1860 has the increased.assessed valuation of Hum by. Joe, hardware.B William The dispatch and Gen.adds von Falkenhayn that Emperor already -'! Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Caster:

Bull Arthur tax as t' osr.. have had conferences with William I Lily Plants, 2, 3, 4 and 5 buds to a
Pocono Pa all property subject to ml valorem llrokawV.. II-, .
Orlando, Florida Manor. purser}man.IUrnian
the German and
crown prince
plant.
taxation in Florida was $G8.929toCIn ," II., San Juan hotel.
J. HURLEY 1912 the assessed valuation of nil C Rupprecht, crown prince of Bavaria.
Christ Dr. C. I).. physician. The kings of Saxony and Wurtem- PHONE 6774
property in the state had increased to
Curtis & O'Neal, book store.
the to the
berg
are on way join coun-
he enormous total of 212S87M8. .
MANAGER Caruthers & Gore, grocers. JACKSONVILLE
In that period the assessed \ahia- Cheney, Donald, O. W. & L. Co. cil of war. I
-- ---- -- -- -- -- -- -I 'ion of real property and improvements Chad ick, C.: I).. real estate.D 2021 Main St. Florida
Don't overlook the want ads. J
TOURISTS ATTENTION! subject to valorem taxation Hickson-h, department store.
i increased from $21,722,810 to $140- Iolite S. G.. real estate.
"III"'III'I"'I I"'IO.t'O"'II"'Vi
We Serve the Finest Meal in Orlando I 200,555. Dow, C. I'., Peoples National Bank.
Davis, E. \V, law"er.Dale .
Prepared by our New York Cook The increase during the single dec- Fred B. .
; real estate.E
ade from 1902 to 1912 is equally i

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. Sl.OO *striking.-iod the assessed During that valuation ten years'of real pe- Estes Edwards, V. W.Dr. G.druggist physician.. Wanted to Buy I

Eaton. W. II.. Orange
grower.
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water property increased and improvements from $63,615.667 in Florida to- Essington, W. C., The SentineLG :!| Iron, Black Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and j

$140,200,555, and of all property sub- Goodrich C. W. abstractor.Gore. t Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
EMPIRE HOTEL ject to ad valorem taxation from Mahlon, retired.
$103,0474)37) to 212887518. Griffin; S. S- real estate. t
Gordon Frank sheriff.
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms In 1860 the per capita assessed val- Glenn. W. M., The Sentinel. SALE
uation of real property and improve- II

ments subject to ad valorem taxationin Howard C. E, Orange Co. Citizen. Stowell
Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent,
Iovey. C. A., real estate
Electric Lights Baths Open the Year Round Florida was $154.69, and in 1912 itvas flowed, Dr. J. C., osteopath. Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas

Plan Rooms and Suite $16:>.85. In 1860 the per capita I laden. A., orange grower. and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.
European Single
en assessed valuation of all property was Howe, S. W., State Bank.
$490.87 and in 1912 it was $257.91. Holbrook, J. I', Hupmobile.

The higher figures in 1860 were due Johnson, C. F.., So.J Fla. Foundry. Prices Right, Drugs Pure, SceJs Fresh i

to the assessed valuation of slaves. Johnson S. A, city commissioner.
i The total taxes raised-in Florida 1.
from Laubach, I'. F., feed store.
ad valorem taxation amounted

t I to $8,435,625 in 1912 as against $2- :McCulIough; Geo.M, departm't store.

81.040 in 1902, and only $159,121 in :McLean, W. postmaster.. City Drug StoreJ.
1860. The assessed valuation of real Martin W. E, tax collector. I
Mathews Tom "'-. contractor.
estate and improvements subject to :McEwan, Dr. J. physician.. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA ; ;
ad valorem taxation in the whole N

United States in 1912 was $51,854- Norcross, Capt. 1'., retired.
O 11111111 II II 11110 e II II 1III e I I Jill. 11111111111111.JONES .
009,436 as against $26,415,300,744 ten
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. Ot"erstrl'et1.. O.. banker, manufr.
years before and $6,973,006,049 in P r

B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Prop. 1860. Patterson. J. C., retired.

,, Robinson C. B.,It law>er. GOES JUST THE SAME
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos
:: CONVENTION: OF FLORIDA Robinson, B. M.. county clerk.

in.Building in Connections DRAINAGE ASSOCIATION Reese, J. II., ReporterStar.Rose .
W. \"., real estate.
Orlando Fh. Robinson, O. S., traveling man.
The second annual convention of S

the Florida Drainage Association will Smith, W. II-, chief police. My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
convene at the Board of Trade cham- Sperry, E. F., ma}or. '
-! T months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
bers, Jacksonville, Florida, on March
Terry, F. J., monument works.
25, at 9 a. m. All those interested in Townsend, C. S.. contractor. same time it always
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND the reclamation of the vast area of W has.TIME
Woodruff, Seth, stockman. TABLEBus
wet or overflowed lands in the state
Watson, "'. 1'., S. A. L. engineer.Y .
are urged to attend this convention.The .
Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
great importance of reclama- Yearby, J. R-, Yowell-Duckworth.
SHEET METAL CO.
tion by drainage in Florida is brought
forcibly to mind when we stop to HOW A SMALL BOY MAKES LOVEIn WEST BOUND EAST BOUD

consider that of the 37,500,000 acres Read Down Read UpIA.M.

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos of land in the state, some 19,800.000 the April American MagazineEllis
acres, or more than one-half of the Parker Butler writes another M.'A.M.' P. M ; .A.M P. :\1. P. 1\1.
and Rubber small boy story in his new series. I !
RoofingsCornices entire area, is classed by the United Orlando .
States as.wet and at times subject to This month's story is entitled, "Teach- 6:30,10.15, 3:00: !! 9.30 1.30j,' 600

Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings overflow, but which is reclaimablfd er's Pet," and in the following extract Ocoee - 730;M.i5 4:00 i 8.3C 12.30 500

permanently by drainage for agricultural the small boy talks about his girl: Winter Garden 7:45'ii:3c|' 4 3c 8.15 2. 15, 445li
I "Her is Milly. I haven't said Oakland
name 8:00 8.00--1
purposes. The greater part of : -- 4:3( ;o
Works: 14 E. Church St. ; ORLANDO anything about marrying her yet-
these wet lands are undoubtedly the
most fertile in the state, and will become not to her or an)body-but I've carried .1'fJGI ,
her books three or four times andI :
the most productive when prop- r
hit her in the back of the head witha
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erly reclaimed.
soft snowball, and I guess she likes
Florida has not been as active as
other states in the reclamation of me too. She threw a snowball backat iiarnmond&Qore

wet or overflowed lands. It is neces- me when I hit her and then, whenI :
The Orlando Meat MarketT. washed her face for her with snow,
sary in'order to create the sentimentin :1
favor of drainage of the wet landsin she just said, 'Oh, George! You mean I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

A. YANCY, Manager the state which will bring about thing!' as if she might be willing to

the early development of these vast marry me sometime if I got nerve REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice resources, that an organized effort be enough to ask her when we're grown
up. I wonder how a fellow gets nerveto COMPARE
made by those already interested in
Florida and Western Meats ask them. I don't think 111 ever
order to interest others, and the only

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. way to secure such organized effort is have." I OUR FURNITUREA;AI
through an association such as the
THE PLANT: THAT HAWAII
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders Florida Drainage Association, if it is WOULD LIKE TO BE We provide the quality of furniture that baa I long

made what it was intended to be, as KID OF been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

PHONES { Business (135 P. O. BOX 226 shown by its constitution.Th standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. taxable value of the lands in In the February American Magazine It wouldn't le here were it otherwise. We ca 't make .
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the state of Florida would be increased David Grayson writing his new this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones

many millions of dollars by serial "Hempfield," commentsas of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
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eli fertile swamp and overflowed lands, duced into Hawaii, which the Hawaiians -
e VTe only McNEQl & DAVIS BLOCK
and the healthfulness of the citizensof would now like to be rid of: a

the state would no doubt be mate- "I reminded of the descriptionof Cor. Ave. and Church
am Orange St., Orlando, Fla.
rially increased. a remarkable plant called the lantana L
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Those interested are urged to at- which I read about recently in J
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tend the convention to be held at an interesting book on the Hawaian Y

Jacksonville on Thursday March 25, Islands. It was brought in, a humble .

1915; full discussion of the matters and lowly shrum, to help ornament a

which properly come before the meet- garden in those delectable isles. Find-

ing will be encouraged. Many of the ing the climate highly agreeable and EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4THWe

most prominent officials and citizensof its customary enemies absent, it escaped -

rM the state will address the conven- from the garden, an din a wild
are showing a beautiful line of Easter
tion. It is desired that every part of spirit of vagabondage spread out

the state be represented.IS along' the sunny roads and mountain Cards, Booklets, Folders and other suitable ar-

sides, until it has overrun all the ticles for gifts.Reasonable.
THERE ANYTHING IN BASE- island; and from being an insignaficant -
j BALL THAT THIS MAN shrub it now grows to the size prices on everything. Post

; COBB CANT: DO? of a smal !Itree Most painful to relate Cards one cent each.v. .

however the once admired shrub
\ In the April American Magazine has become veritable pest, and the \ s. BRANCH
\ \\\ \\ Ring \V. Lardner, author of "The Let- people of the islands are using their ,
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ters of a Busher, chooses an all- ingenuity in seeking a way to destroyit. The Arcade Book and Music Store
American baseball team. Of Ty Cobb, ."

the great: Detroit player, Lardner

says in part: I -
i To correct an impression that our
:-+ 1 "Cobb could play left field all right. Challenge Sale closed Saturday nightwe OUR MOTTO :
( He could pitch if he made up his mindto. want to say that the Big Sale lasts
01t3 .Iv- { If that bird's all this week and maybe next wetk. ., "
got a weakness,
or i Small Profits and Returns.
The charc for good bargains are Quick
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. if they's anything in baseball that he better this week than ever. 23-6t

Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the can't do, he's beeing keepin' it pretty Get on our Mailing List and let us send you our Price

best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. well hid from yours respectively.' If PHONE 646 Card from time to time.A .

Life is too to permit carelessness in drug store will part o' the game was to jump off o'
precious a ; we not For Eight Cylinder Cadillac quantity of Oats going at $2.25 per sack.Hay' .
allow it.You. the VashingtonIonument, Ty'd be $1.60 cwt.
per
can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. the first one to do it, and he'd do it FIRST CLASS REPAIRI G-

We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years.MERUI better'n anybody else." BARNARD & SON THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. .


: 'S PHARMACY Kodak finishing left at Robinson's 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.1zIaln . U DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
THE REXALL STORE Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the ( t
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With every dollar purchase you receive a ticket, and the one holdingthe

i ; // ;;" number corresponding with the number on the present, you receive that

present free. All of these beautiful presents are all free, and all have the

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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
'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
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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SALE OF CHALLENGE SALE OF TABLE


DOMESTICS To correct an impression LINENSIt

BROWN DUCK, full 8 oz., the best grade you ever is positive these prices cannot be repeated. The
bought for 20c., Challenge Sale PPrice ______132c values are too great, and what is more it would :be impossible -
BROWN CHEESE CLOTH, Challenge Sale Price ____lc that o.ur Challenge Sale for even The Big Store to secure more at the
BROWN MUSLIN, full wide yard, free from spots, prices for which these were obtained.
Challenge Sale Price _________________________:>c. closed "ABLE DAMASK, bleached, 60 inches wide, regu-
BROWN MUSLIN, 39! inches wide, extra heavy Saturday night; we lar 'Me. quality, Challenge Sale Price __________25c
wight, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale Price ______7/c 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__,__50c._____quality______,__Challenge__________Sale______39c
TABLE DAMASK: bleached, 72 inches wide
pure .
free
MUSLIN, Bleached, a good heavy weight
Sale lasts all this week and elegant (designs 65c.: quality Challenge Sale
from dressing lOc. quality Challenge Sale Price8c Price ________________________-_____________49c
MUSLIN, Bleached, all the best grades, 36 inches
TABLE D..lIASIbleached: : and unbleached,
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wide, 121/.C. quality, Challenge Sale Price lOc
week. heavy weight and all pure linen, 75c. quality -
CAMBRIC MUSLIN, Bleached, 12i/2c.' quality, maybe next 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 __________________________12!'jC 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
patterns, lOc. quality, Challenge Sale bargains are better this
keof ____5c TABLE DAMASK: bleached, Satin Damask, 72 inches -
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I wide, heavy weight, $1.50 quality, Chal- '
DRESS GINGHAMS: 121C. quality, ChallengeSale than lenge Price ______________________________$1.29
Price --_____________________________7'/2c week ever. TABLE DAMASK: bleached, extra double satin
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: Sale of Bed Furnishings Challenge Sale of the Seasons I

SHEETS bleached, size 72x90, regular 50c. quality Roof GardenTONIGHT
Challenge Sale Price, 3 for $100, or each____33c: Most Stylish Wash Dress GoodsDo
SHEETS, bleached! seamless and free from dressing -
size 81x90, Soc: quality, Challenge Sale
Price _____________________________________69c not temporize, hesitation may make you miss
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 ________7-lc
patterns, 12V c. quality, Challenge Sale
PILLOW CASES size 42x36, 15c. quality, Chal- Price ____________________________________7/c
lenge Sale Price ____________________________lOc L-Ko-Comedy, 2 Reels, Ritchie, Orth, Bergman.
PILLOW CASES, 42x36, heavy weight, scalloped, LAWNS,MULLS AND BATISTE, in fancy stripes
_____________ "The "
25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price 15c Avenging Dentist. and beautiful floral designs, 15c. quality, Challenge -
PILLOCARES, 42x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, Sale Price .
22c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ____________18c Powers-Drama, Sidney Ayres. ---------------------------9'/c
PILLOW CASES, 45x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, CHIFFON MULLS AND RICE CLOTH, small neat
25c. quality, Challenge Sale Price ____________20c "The Unknown Brother." dainty patterns and colorings, 19 cent quality -

BEDSPREADS, hemmed ready for use regular Challenge Sale Price ----------__________142c
$1.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _____________89c Joker-Comedy, Max Asher.
BREADSPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular PRINTED CREPES, this is the most beautifulline
$1.25 quality Challenge Sale Price _______________98c "Saved by a Shower." of pretty patterns and dainty coloringswe
BEDSPREADS, hemmed and fringed, regular have ever shown, a real 25c. value, Chal-
$1.50, Challenge Sale Price _________________$1.28 lenge Sale Price _________ / c
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BEADSPREADS,hemmed and fringed $2.00 qual-
ity, Challenge Sale Price ______________________$1.69 Admission Free Until 6.30 P. M. : Special low ChaHenge 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 before so low.




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THE DAILY Hie main topic of conversation yes- NOTIC3 OF ADMINISTRATOR FORFINAL paid estate and ask for their ap- "
terday was the proposed act to be DISCHARGEIN proval. -
South Florida SentinelMORNING presented before the forthcoming ses- Dated March 11, A. D. 1915.
sion of the legisla- Court of County Judge Orange NORA B. MEYER, Administratrix.:
AND WEEKLYW. ACITATJOture to change or 3-24-6mo
State of
M. GLENN .....................Editor HAS STARTED. amend the present County Estate ,of Martin J.Florida-In Meyer. re
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W. C. ESSINGTOX Bo.i M n rerEntered
charter of the city t I Notice is hereby given, to all whom GREAT CHALLENGE SALE ALLTIIIS
at the postoffice at Orlando Flor- of. Orlando. There were hundreds of i' it may concern, that on the day WEEKDon't
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. --Vi "nrrents. The suddenness I of A. D. 1915 I shall ap- ;. -
with which the proposed legislation 'I ply to the Honorable Wm. Martin fail to attend the Grea Challenge 4
SUBSCRIPTION RATES struck the Orlando public caused con- judge of said court, as judge of Sale at the Big Store. Yo ir fll
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 siderable palpitation. However, several -I I for my final discharge as admin-probate dollars do doublt duty here. It5 ,
Month ...................... 2-60 the opportunity, take advantage of
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Daily letters have been received by istratrix of the your
...................... 1.25 estate of Martin J.
Daily Daily :3 1 Month Month....................... .SOW Sentinel:; giving an opinion in the mat. ll\Ie'er. deceased and that at the same it while it lasts. 3-23-6t
ter which are herewith presented."Dte time will to said
-..-kly.-1 Year ......_..'... .......... Sl.OO Sentinel welcomes communica!I final accounts present as administratrix court my of Get the news in the Sentinel firstMr.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN tions. All !letters must be signed. 1-.
ADVANCETO The name will be withheld at the instance -
of the writer if so desired. ,j
ADVERTISERS: The first letter is from that well !
Copy for dinplay.nd all other hand-Kt known citizen W. S. Branch; the sec- Millinery
advertising mud be hand a in at the basinru ond is from one who desires his name
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. omitted. F ll Ca1TPresents C
the day before publication This ml applies rPori'tfla1iw1 r. t Y
to chances for contract ad ertl"inr: it it
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. "Our present city charter has not I'I'
-Subscribers-- desiring The Sentinel discontinued been tried long enough to fairly test
should notify the office in writing on it, and our city officials have only pot the Song Cycle
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be a good start. I think they are doing .
continued at the regular subscription rates. remarkably well considering all the

until Telephone notice Numb to stop r .is...received.................. 24 circumstances. The new Orlando is "Persian The Knox Hat
much larger and much nicer than the Gardenand

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1915. old one and it costs more money to I j ,
keep it going but it is worth more Charmingly characteristic aptly expresses -
1 not favor dropping
should
certainly
When the history of the Europeanwar 'he present charter which is yet in I the creations put forth by this famous -

is written and the future genera- the experimental stage and trying a house. Our showings are a splendid
tions read of its murk", sad and new one still more radical in many of ,.
loathsome de- its chantres. I do not believe there is Mr. Worth FaulknerOne criterion of what this high-class firm can

WAR NOT WITHOUT tails there any midespread dissatisfaction with !! produce, and our whole department is an
ROMANCE. will be one the present charter."
SOME bright illuminating I of America's Leading Tenors exhibition and a Kaleidoscope of dainty
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bit of romantic news that will Why Amend the Present Charter-Is colors rarely if ever equalled. We need no
be told over and over again by white- ? i
It Not Satisfactory i
haired grandpas to their eager eyed eulogies as to our prices. The satisfactionof
will tell of the "Is it not rather presumptuous for ; Under Auspices Ways and Means Committee !
children. Grandpa that the legis- our customers is sufficient proof of our
few to
how the British and i men propose
battles,
naval
lature amend. without the vote of the price popularity.
the French German stormed submarines the Dardanelles wrought hav-how people our city's charter, which was Rosalind Club :
such overwhelming
to British ant French shipping off adopted by an
oc
? is there clause
how the majority Why no
the west coast of Europe



fearsome raiders Antwerp British our, vivid own on cruisers the Zeppelins London descriptions United high chased States and seas ravaged of the Calais the to North nearnessof the German Paris conflict how sea- inserted ter was Would note, ,which in referred that the in it same the they back not back proposed be manner propose to democracy the to people the as amendmentreferring to the people?amend for char-Our a? \\V8dlleay ll Eve., M a11dll r h 24 I


trenches charter is all right as it standswhyhmend
the
dreadful life in 1
battles or
how brave Belgium battled for her it? Was Orlando's there ever an admin- Only 75 tickets on sale Monday morning;, March 22,
in governmentthat
istration
independence, and then grandpa will satisfactory than the 1915, Estes Drug Store. TICKETS $1.00 t'
was more I i
say: "Children listen a while and you II I 9ig Y
present one? II )
shall hear of Przemysl.
"You have all heard of Przemysl a ---.- --- I
great, spooky old Austrian fortress
built many many years ago. A great t
big fort children lofty towers, hid-
den portholes huge gates, and children -
do you know it required years
and years to build it; it had inner and FOR SALE
outer forts, and the old guns were
later replaced by big modern guns. l
It was built in the eighth century
then it was destroyed by Tartars
Cossacks and Swedes and then it 1
was rebuilt. Now just a minute,
Johnnie, till 'gramp' fills his pipe-"
Such will be the introduction in future .
generations to the story of prze-
. mysl that reads as a fairy tale. It A new two-story
is destined to furnish the scene for
many a romantic story of the presentwar eight room modern

around; novels it; plots and for stories dramas will will be woven come and unique dwelling Money to Loan

from it; even motion pictures. will with double REAllYTOWEAR\
have Przemysl for a setting.No
the present war is not devoidof sleeping porches,
romance. One thrills in readingof
the magnificent defense of the old modern garage and I I
fortress in Galicia which capitulated
Monday following a siege of five butlers quarters, .e I Color, Style and Fit

months.one of The Sir story Walter of the Scott's siege chival-readsas very pretty location I If you wish to borrow money i .

ric and romantic tales. With the fall overlooking Lake These are placed in their relative positions

of rendered.the fortress The populace a city of was 50,000 famishedand sur- Eola. $4500.00 will I and have the right kind of secur- I for this season. Other seasons, style and

improvised. Zeppelins attempted buy this if taken I fit before color.
to carry foodstuffs to the hungry ity I can accommodate you with- : This season ,we can give you FIT,
and destitute besieged. Brilliant sor- is E
now, it a bargain.
ER STYLE AND COLOR, for our stock is replete -
. ties by the brave garrison were made I
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repeatedly; communication with the II out any delay. with positively the "last word" inReadytoNear
outside world was by wireless only. I
Do not these details furnish elementsfor Garments.We .
a modernized story vicing with have made a special feature of
the tales of crusaders and medieval I I '
adventurers? measurements outside of the ordinary f

The city was founded in 800; in I II stock sizes, so are in better shape than
1600 it was invaded by Tartars S.G.Dolive' & Son .
Swedes and Cossacks and destroyed; I I ever to give a PERFECT FIT.
then it was rebuilt; later it was
equipped with modern artillery for I
S. Y. WAY
defense. It lies sixty miles west of REAL ESTATENo.
Lemberg, and is in the heart of a
great and prosperous wheat belt. 3 WEST PINE STREET I
Its reduction will have a great mor- !
al effect upon the Russian offensive. Second FloorDoctors I Insurance and Real Estate Agent I
It was an objective point in the path 1
of the Russians in an advance towards ,
Germany. With Lemberg and ,
Przemysl in the power of the Czar all PHONE 172THORNTON
Galicia with the exception of Cracowis
It is takenas I
open to the Russians.
the turning point in the Carpa- !
thian and Galician campaign. Bnckinaster & Brnndagc I
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Name one little corner of the vast OSTEOPATHS I!

field of war, and few Americans even Personal instruction under Dr. Still
pretend to be neutrals.between It is the the space Yser at Kirksville, Mo. i iN ii ii

FOR BELGIUM and the sea. where 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
the remnant of its National Bank. Phone 578. -

army doggedly defends a few square .
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as for the Belgian people beyond,
amid their burned villages and newly
made graves, the sympathy of the
American public is known to the
world. * Crushed between contending PARKis
armies victim both of force
and of false pretenses Belgium in-
vites sympathy which comes little
short of being universal says the
New York World. but Lake Eola the beautiful
o a step to new play If its Fashionable in New York, its ,-..

Proposals have to much censor greater advertisementswould popular ground of the city. here!

support if they provided the strictest

possible politicians censorship that of takes selfadvertisingby the form of Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice
political promises.New York Her-

ald. o lots now selling at low prices and special inducements


Haute An voted industrious twenty-two resident times of and Terre received offered to those who build this season. '

only $21. One or two moreexperiences
like this will shake his IVES[
DICKSON CO.
Sun.faith in his fellow' men.-New York Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or

o ask dealer.TAYLOR
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General Hugh L. Scott has again your
quelled an Indian uprising without
violence or bloodshed. General Scott DEPARTMENT STORE.
would make a mighty poor hero fora I
novel of Western life.-New York t ttt ..

Sun. o ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe

Birmingham, Alabama, is able to' | & THORNTON Store of true service, of never-failing
boast the posesssion of city commissioners of Courtesy
of fair dealing,
: who have.voluntarily reduced trustworthy merchandise -
their own salaries.New York Her- at right prices

ald. o i Proprietors ORLANDO FLORIDA

it will be,
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK OF I guests at the Willola, left yesterday Admission 5 !
ORLANDO'S SOCIAL WORLD afternoon for Milwaukee, Wis., where
they will spend the summer. u
March 24 to 27 -- . . . . . . . ALLEN'S"a
Mr. Braxton Beacham, Jr., who has TODAY'S
Today been visiting his parents Mr. and
Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. Tem- Mrs Braxton Beacham, for a few 3Reels101 -
I ple, hostess. days, left last night for Charlottesville Bison. "The
Miss Thornton entertains the "Bach- where he will resume his studiesin An Indian fantasy, with n
elor Girls." the University of Virginia. Marie Walcamp, ::;
Twentieth Century Club entertainedby -()- in two parts.Joker. ll
Miss Hope Starbuck. Late arrivals at Oak Lodge include Comedy. r
Unity Circle; topic, "My Life in the Mr. and Mrs. Claude Laveron, Green \\Vorld." A burlesque, U UI
Philippines," by Miss Kinne. Cove Springs, Fla.? Mr. and Mrs. Vllen Curtis Wm. }'
Needlework Guild, Chapter House. Frank Avery, Boston, Mass; Mr. and "OUT OF THE PAST" zenda, Gail Henry. '
"In a Persian Garden," CarrFaulkner Mrs. Squeer. Lthica, N. Y. Five cents to all. 0I
recital at the Rosalind Club. I I
Dance at New Lucerne hotel this JUNIOR MATRONS ,
evening. CARD CLUB. A Vitagraph Special Feature WANT a good farm, in I business. Through

Thursday Mrs. Allan Weathersbee yesterdayentertained ty preferred; want to J(I price, we have es
Afternoon party at the Rosalind the Junior Matrons Card complete in two parts. this nIce new seven than Ibin nj
Club; Mrs. Slemons, chairman. Club. The Misses Jean Person and dwelling, with nine city i any one Let
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Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. L. B. Hall, Vida Miller substituted forIrs.. ing, and a beautiful diamonds, bracelets, etc.
hostess. Thos. B. Brodwater and Mrs Magru- I end five acres; all of : : :;; I
Pupils' recital. Cathedral school. der. Miss Miller having the highestscore located within the city i i JEWELERS.
Equal Suffrage League tea at home won the prize, a deck of cards. I :land, Florida, and is ; I .,
of Mrs. T. Picton Warlow. The club will be entertained next I ill clear of incumbrance; (
Friday week by Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater.0 vorth the money. Pine ': ..et fl!
Nullos Club entertained by Mrs. B. - Jo., Pine Castle, Fla. .
C. Buxton, at Oakland. Miss Eda Brewer, of Winter Park, .iJill'
Mrs. E. P. Monroe hostess for the "SAM AND THE BULLY"A ----- --
and her guest. Miss Margaret Dren- FOR RENT-For the PRICES"t
Bow-Knot Club. nen, will attend the'"Persian Garden"at room house, furnished.
New York and New Jersey Association the Rosalind Club tonight. Miss (unby avenue.
at Tourist Headquarters. Mary Robinson will have them to din- Lubin Comedy. OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
Saturday ner this evening. PRICES"0
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. - only pure white lead and Pure
Entre Nous Club. Miss Marian Bailey, of New York, oil as a base. There are .
-0-- who has been visiting the Misses Hal- : substitutes, but not in !
LAST OF SERIESOF sted, on Grace street, departed last tinta
sell. And
HOUSE PARTIES.The we let us tell
evening for her home. Her visit in
last of a series of house par- Orlando was made most delightful. pays to buy such paints just as
ties that have been very popular with - I to buy the best butter or-
the New Hampshire people stoppingin Mrs. Wm. A. White and Miss Euda- TODAY eggs.
Orlando the past winter, occurredat lia White have returned to their homeat "THE OLD LETTER"A
the beautiful new home of Mr. and East Orange, N. J.
Mrs. James S. Brown, of :Manchester, - Paint & Wall Paper Co
N. II-, on LaFayette street, last even- The present plan of keeping the ,
nig. The rooms were handsomely dec- Rosalind Club rooms open daily will Selig Drama. 205 S. Orange Avenue
orated with cut flowers for the occa- be continued during April and May.
sion, and the fire in the open fireplace Phone 261.
rdded to the comfort and pleasure of MAY BE FINAL
those present. The evening was quickly SUFFRAGE TEA.
passed in pjaying whist and talk- There will be a social tea by Wo- An American
ing over the return trip on March 27, man's Suffrage Association, to be held
when two special cars, with fifty or at Mrs. T. Picton Warlow's, Thursday complete in two
more tourists aboard, leave for the evening at three o'clock. There will FOR SUPPER
North. The following guests were be an interesting program of music
present: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Sar- and speeches. The program has not HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA' Man do it.
Dr. and :Mrs. John Golden, Mrs
gent, been definitely decided, but will be Something New I
Clarence Merrill, Mrs. Hattie Crosby, announced later. Everybody is cor- Abou it.
Mrs Robert Clark, :Mrs. Clarence dially invited to attend. This will for
For one, two, for
Palmer, and :Mr. John Dowst, Manchester ,: probably be the last one of the sea- ",ABEL AND
N. H.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. son.
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hand !
to eat
Dowst Al- on
Dowst, and Miss Annette -0- MARRIED OLIVES j
CHEESE
lenstown N. H.; Mrs. C. R. Sawyer, I "IN A PERSIAN I
Boston, Mass.; :Mrs. H. M. Little, :Mr. I I GARDEN" TONIGHT. 5 cents 10 cents ,
and Mrs. Benj. F. Greer Goffstown Following is the program for "In a A Keystone
N. II. Refreshments of ice cream and Persian Garden," which will be ren- J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
cookies were served by the host and dered at the Rosalind Club tonight by Sed." j I
hostess. The party broke up at a late 1 notable artists: I
hour, after extending thanks and best (Part I.) NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR
wishes for many happy winters in I Recitative and aria, "Ella giammai FINAL DISCHARGEIn I
Orlando. m'amo!" (Giuseppe Verdi-Don Carlo), e
--0- j Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. Court of the County Judge, Stateof
SOCIETY NOTESOF I When I Am Laid in Earth "Dido Florida, Orange County-In re Ads For Results
"SAME LITTLE
INTEREST.Dave and Aeneas" (Henry Purcell), Mr. Estate of J. A. Kirkwood.
Davidson, golf coach at the Worthe Faulkner.a .L
I Notice is hereby given, to all whomit s
& Country Club, will soon return to I ( ) My Love and I (Frank La- may concern, that on the 23rd day
New Jersey. Forge, (b) A June Morning (Charles of September, A. D. 1915, I shall apply - i
--0- IWillebv I ), Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr. to the Honorable Wm. Martin, ;
The following program was ren- j (a) Tom the Rhymer (Johann Carl judge of said court, as judge of pro-
dered last evening at the Pentecostal Gottfried Loewe), "Sir Walter Scott's : for my final discharge as admin- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL :
pete
church under the auspices of the Wo ,. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border," istrator of the estate of J. A. Kirk- ,
man's Prohibition League of America: b The Two Grenadiers Robert
( ) ( wood, deceased; and that at the same
Song, All Hail the Power of Jesus' Schumann), Mr. Forrest Dabney time I will present my final accountsas
Established 1886
Name;" Scripture reading, Rev. Tur- I Carr. administrator of said estate, and j
ner; prayer, Rev. Chester; solo, orig- | (a) :Mother o' Mine (Frank E. ask for their approval. 1CURTIS
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inal words for familiar tunes, with Tours), (b) The Coyote (Frank La- Dated March 23, A. D. 1915.J. .
chorus, Mr. Logan; "Tie Prohibition Forge), (c) A Swan, and (d) A B. WALKER, Adminstrator.
Movement," Mrs. I. F. Green repre- Dream (Edward Grieg), Mr. Worthe J
senting the Woman's Prohibition Faulkner. I & O'NEAL

League, national organization; recita- Part II. consists of "In a Persian 3.OSTEOPA'fHY !
tion Mrs. Eva Hubbell; song and ben- Garden," from the Rubaiyat of Omar
ediction.Mrs. I Khavyam Fitzgerald's translation,
--0-- I and music by Liza Lehmann. INSURANCE LOANS i
R. H. Macy gave a children's DR. J. c. HOWELL I
( party yesterday afternoon to cele- II I
brate her little daughter Lucy's sixth !I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon I
birthday anniversary. Thirty-two ofLucy's Kirksville Graduate I RE\L ESTATE RENTALS
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little friends were the guests ;, LOST-Setter dog, light brown ears, Consultation Free ;
i white body.: Notify A. W. May-
and all had a glorious time, enjoying hew at Finley's paint store. Liberal Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan i
especially a trip round town in the HoteL
reward. 3-34-lt
big autobus, with blowing: horns and Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 ]
Palm Beach Post. j FOR SALE-On account of other im- .
waving flags.- Orlando, F1a.WOOD.
business I will sell
-()- |. portant my
The New York and New Jersey As- grocery store, stock and fixtures, sit-
sociation will hold a meeting Friday i uated on South Orange avenue. F. J. j
evening, March 26, at Tourist Head- I j Jones. 3-24-6t
quarters, at 7:30. Every member is LOAN WANTED-Three thousand For Sale
earnestly requested to be present. By dollars for a client; ample security; 1
order of secretary. dwelling and lot in desirable residen-
$2.00 Per Strand
--0- tial section of the city. Apply P. O.

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bartlett are expected Box 122. 3-24-3t House eight Lot 65x167. Price :
to arrive in Orlando today ANTED-Good grove, with resi- Veneer CoresAT rooms. .
from Daytona where they have been I' dence; must be well located and
enjoying the delights' at that resort. worth the price asked; want to exchange ALL TIMES ;
A
They will visit Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. : for it four-apartment housein $4500.00. bargain.
Giles and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bart- Jacksonville, well located and now Orlando Wood YardB.
lett before returning to their home in rented to good tenants, for $80 per
Hendersonville, N. C. I month; this building is worth $12,000; W. Kingsley, Proprietor
-()- will take property worth $7,000 and PIXE STREET AND R. R. -
Capt. John F. Parke, wife and son, carry balance on the apartment house. Telephone 344
Master John, Jr., after a most de- Pine Castle Realty Co.. Pine Castle 9-30
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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Plain Tread Casing Xon-Skid Casing Tube

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
7,500 JULES ON 3 AND 3/ INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS
30 x 3V2 ________$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 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 4i/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20
Why not buy XX Casings with worth while and have end
guarantee
a an 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

to tire troubts! ; ; If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.



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I San Juan-
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CUT PRICESTO FOR home SALE-A for small good family comfortable; garden Ali tll )C I'a Tdtll dllC SIl1Ille
SENTINEL
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow )
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
GETREADY
avenue. 3-7-lmo r

CASH WANTSThe FOR KENT A

TO RENT-For summer, furnished o.
unfurnished cozy bungalow for r .., '
small family. 102 East Concard ave r
Morning Sentinel Want
nue.
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want 3-23-6t-
Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLANDO
Brick Road. FOR RENT-From the first of April
to the first of December
a new
-- Terms Cash in Advance.
house furnished
or unfurnished four
6 Room House, close in. Easy to eight rooms to adults only. Use
Terms. RATES of included.
For One Day __________-25*. I Ridgewood garage Address 213
I Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ___________50c avenue city. 3-23-3t Royal Cement Agattte Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _____________75 FOR RENT-Furnished house flat
For One Month ________$i50 or ;
2 Lots, Concord Park ---- gas lights and bath; seven minutes
This rate applies on all ads of walk to postoffice or theatre; low rent I
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- to small family.. M. Callis. 403 I-
tains more than 25 words the rate South Lake street. 3-20-6t
will be one cent per word for
Ace 3ge, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- FOR RENT FURNISHEDOwnerwould

terms. sertion.If rent for summer his home, .
you can't bring your ad to completely' furnished; large lot; rose ; m. c'KINCAIB
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts garden; plenty of foliage; a choice. J yoir'm eJ. ; ft :
the above. opened by telephone will be proposition, to family of adults only.I ;
payable the following day. Address Rose Garden, Sentinel office.
3-18-6tc
Every Home-Every Business-
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
Sentinel Want Ad. for permanent occupancy, a modernsix
room house, with bath; rent very
Watkins Block PHONE *04 low to desirable people. Mr.J. L, 200 allif SNOVBENOrlando's \
FOR SALE West Concord avenue.- 3-16-2w

FOR SALE-Or to rent furnished. FOR RENT-Small flat, modern: conveniences
FOR 90 DAYS I five room bungalow. 402 Gunby unfurnished. Jas. A.

avenue. F. W. McAuley, 4 W. South Knox. 11-3-U Largest and Cheapest
You can buy foundation street. 3-23-3t
NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, .
stone building blocks, side
to adults only. 409 Delaney street
FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold at
walk tile, or anything In my : 10-25-tf
six house
once new room ; large
line at reduced. Call around ot, garden chicken yard, garage. -- ---- FURNITURE HOUSE
and let me surprise you on Part cash'and rest terms. Located WANTEDWANTEDA
corner Columbia and Atlanta streets.
prices. Call on T. C. Brannon at S. A. L.
I refined middle aged
F. D. GORE, freight depot. 3-23-6t woman to share the home of an Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
elderly couple as companion. 77, care:
FOR SALE-Modern home; eight Sentinel. 3-23-6t-
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.
rooms and bath; orange trees and
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. arge oak; seven minutes walk to WANTED-Ford car in good condi ,.,
i Mjstoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, tion. Address W. G. Geier, Win
H2 East Pine. 3-21-lmo dermere, Fla. Tel. 1019. 3-23-3t: :
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For WANTED-Ford car, in good condi
Syracuse or Rochester property tion. Address P. O. Box 511.
house at 210 South Main street. Also 3-21-31
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER house and small grove on Lakeview
avenue. Inquire of owner, 419 Margaret WANTED-White waitress. Applj
Office corner Orange Avenue and Clearance Sale
I street. 3-21-Ct Mrs.: Cornish's Tea Room, 13 Orange
.
Church St., Dais & McNeil Bldg. avenue. 3-21-3tc
Phone 419. FOR SALE-A Clark's one horse cut-
away harrow; a 14-tooth cultivaor SEVEN PASSENGER AITOMO
; a farm harness; all just as goods BILE 1C EM ING. E. L. :Murray
new, for sale; low price.V.. J. Office phone 512. Residence phone OF ,
Barber, Orlando. Just south of Drenen 471. 3-21-3t*
StrawberriesFreshlVegetables : Station. 3-21-6td-ltw .

FOR SALE-One acre; forty bearing WANTED and daughter refined would like elderly to widow foi 1 I
care t
trees; a good house; my wife and
furnished home
a during the
I are making a living on it. Come summer Ga.s Heaters
for the rent. Address E. II., care oi
and see what Florida will produce Sentinel. 320Gt'FARM (
Easy terms to purchaser. W. J.
Guaranteed Eggs Barber, Orlando, Fla. Just south of : WANTED-Small farm near
Drennen Station. 3-21-Gtd-ltw Orlando with house, horse, wagon
cow and farming tools. Good land
Pure Florida HoneyN. BARGAIN, if sold at once, two choicebuilding and reasonable price. Address LHerrman. &r; ?'.- Having a few heaters 'left which we do not wish to carry -
lots on Amelia avenue, Lake Worth, Fla. 3186t'1VANTED
"oIonhIPark. $275 each; or on time the close them
through coming summer we are going to
5300: each at 0 per cent interest. TO BUY small home not
J. HoneySee )wnt r, Box 694, Orlando la. far out, with trees and shrubbery; the month of March the s
J-21-Gt must be neat and attractive and cmt during at following prices:
cheap. Describe fully with price and
FOR SALE-Six room house bungalow number. Address Northerner, care
style; two porches, trunk room. Sentinel. 3-18-Ct $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
'as and electricity. This month cheap. -
our window dis Ten minutes \vi'k' to the po=tuFice.M. An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free

play of Heintz goods. : E. H- Sentinel. .;3-19-6tC at Robinson's INVESTORS Studio. 3-3t1 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

FOR SALE" At a bargain, if sold
at once, house of seven rooms; Loan wanted, about $4,500 straight 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
screened porch, bath, trunk room,and for five years. Property near Orlano. -
large closets, gas and electric lights; First class security. No commis

CARUTHIRS & CURE, ,:. splendid;>ostofTice.location Cash; or five terms.minutes Inquire from office.sion. "Advertiser," SentineJ 3-20-Gt I 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 I

Owner 312 North :Main. 3-18-12t
I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc-

Hew Modern G Grocery FOR old SALE nursery-100 trees Lu, budded Gim Gong from 3 year the the tion corporation, nor any though city lots I have outside some of BUY ZLftORLANDO NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT. '

splendid building lots near Lake Eola,
mother
tree
; a large number of 3 year
and will be
they priced on their mer-
old
and
orange grapefruit trees ready
its. See the and
owner save commis
Phone 200 for planting now. Whole nursery stock
sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
will be sold. Address Alabama Lodge
2-26-lmo
Winter. Park or telephone 461 Winter
Park. 3-18-6tc
6 and 8 East Pine St. For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-

LOOK!-18 fine city lots for sale. ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf

houses Also for furnished summer rental.or unfurnished Price and CONTRACTORR. -- --- WATER & LIGHT CO.

terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton, own- N. SEYMOUH: is the man to see
Orlan o 0---Was inRton er, 215 South Main street, opposite before letting contract, if you are going
Methodist church. Phone 'J'J. to build' and want the best house GAS DEPARTMENT
2-27-1mo. possible for money invested.P. .
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
2-18-lmot
FOR SALE-A good work horse;
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In.
BUYERS AND SELLERSI :
DRAWING ROOM quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.Hanson's 'buy, sell rent and excloirjre rea I.; y
Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo estate. Have rcsI.Je-J in Orlando, Fla. -
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Car } over -- ----- -----
Sleeping
FOR SALE OR ETwo story *20OCO,000. Call and see me. -
cottage, seven rooms and bath, tO-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. It Is Time '
modern: conveniences, porches,
roomy
Pioneer Paint & Wall Store
First Car on March 16 excellent:2-23-tf condition. W. L. Tilden. Take jour Kodak films to Robinson. Finley's Paper

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3-3-tf To Plant Vines

VIA FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully Has always on hand a large and well selected

equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, Bignonia stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
etc. A bargain. Act Call
quick.
Atlantic Coast Line Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf at A BargainLot Vinesta Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.


Standard Railroad of the South FOR SALE Story & Clark upright BougainvilleaPalms CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. Weeks in the recent contest will be and Ferns ALWAYS GLAD TOIISEE YOU ATFINLEY'S '
sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano may be see nat '
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. PIONEER
Weeks 10 Washington street.
Lake
SaturdaysLeaving 1-13-tfc overlooking VIOLET DELLGARDEN E01SE 67 Corner Pine'and Court

Orlando on Train 82, FOR SALE-Five passenger touring Lucerne, $1.600. Must

at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri car in A-l condition; chen) for
days and Saturdays. cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, be seen to be appreci-
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905 East Central avenue. Phone 696, I

For Reservations and Tickets 1-4-tf 'ated. Call J. M. CARUTHERS

call on A. C. L Local Ticket I
I Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
Th.e arl et
FOR
Agent. SALE OR RENT-With stock
and tools best farm in county; va
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, up-I:
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI|
er. I Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH AND SALT MEATS

'? < ,' ::9 JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is own-I CARL DANN CHIROPRACTOR Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

.._ M.. the most important items in I
.. I, Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh
fill growing of fruits and vegetables! I i graduate Davenport College 17 and I
Talk with H. McDaniel.. He hcs'' 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone I and pure.
made a success of growing both. He 09. Intelligent people everywhere.re : : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have-
DR. L. H. RAMSDELu -ells Wilson & Toomers "Ideal"! REAL ESTATE being restored to health by chiro-
irand. His experience is worth something :' ractic adjustments, the new science I I everything in the Meat Line.
OPTOMETRIST to you. Phone 70S. if removing the cause of disease. Ex 'I
ORLANDO - FLORIDA 2-26-lm: jl J mination free. 12-24-lmo .
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES i H. :lSelf! & C().

AND DO ALL KINDS OF FURS Finder left in M. E. church March 21.1 COMPANY Umbrellas recovered and repaired)! PHONE NO. 80= PINE STFEET.
please leave at "
"while you wait, at Young's Repair j
OPTICAL REPAIRING .-nd! get reward. -:: Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc I I


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D NotesDrenne Mr. Brewer was one of the most Winter Garden I I them up to the pitch of buying and MARS TAKES VACATION TO THE GREATEST THROWER IX
ennen kind an dobliging of neighbors and : they bought so long as there was a GIVE CUPID A CHANCE THE BIG LEAGUESIn
friends and the sympathy of the en- News Items lot in sight. ,
Fla., March 22.-Mrs. Bert tire community is extended to his I|i London.-Four German prisoners of the April American Magazine
Humphries has been visiting at Tam- family, which consists of his wife and HOT CONTEST U.\ 1., bi. PETERS war, escorted by an armed guard, left Ring W. Lardner, author of "The Let-
two sons, Frank, who resides at home, All but 50 feet from the tracks to BURG the prison ship Royal Edward at ters of a Busher" picks an allAmerican -
pa.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles MacMahanand and one living in Virginia. A prayer the Methodist church will be cement Southend one day recently for the baseball team. He calls his arti-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew and service was held at the home Monday walk soon. Mr. Parker will' build on i St. Petersburg Fla.-Members of registry office, where the prisonerswere cle "Some Team," and for one of his
daughter, Margaret, autoed to San- I morning at ten o'clock and the remains the east side of the street next sea- I both teams of the board of trade married to the girls to whom catching staff he chooses Archer of
ford Sunday. taken to Virginia for buriaLST. son.Frank membership contest are out with their they were engaged before the war. the Chicago Cubs, whose playing he
1 Mrs. George Schulte, of Woodbury,I Davis was over from Apopka badges and are in the field to score '''After the ceremony the four couples briefly describes as follows:
PETERSBURG TO ENTERTAIN
Ga., who has been the guest of Mr. Tuesday. the honors. The Hall team, repre- !. with the armed guards sat down to a "I don't care what they say, they's
COMMANDER G. A. R.
and Mrs. James Treat, left Saturdayfor Philip :\Iuehlleft Monday for Jacksonville senting the retiring president, have a wedding luncheon in a South End res- nobody in the big leagues that can .
Tampa.Mrs. St. Petersburg, Fla..--The national to spend a few days before red badge, while the Norwood men, '' taurant. A few hours later brides throw with Archer. He can hold the
J. Pierce of Chicago, visited commander of the G. A. R. and two !i I!returning to his old home in Wiscon representing the incoming"president, and bridegrooms parted, the brides to Sail till a guy begins slidin' to second
Mrs. Bert Humphries last -wfeek, leav- past commanders will be in St. Petersburg -[sin.The I I are distinguished by their blue badge. London and the bridegrooms to their base and then get him standin' up.
ing Saturday for Tampa. Monday and the local posts, I Winter Garden novelty works I I Thus far. the Hall team boasts the prison ship. \nd he can be sittin' on one ear when
Bradley Scofield, of Winter Haven, wiht allied orders, will celebrate the has just added a Berlin moulder to honors, having signed up the first I he makes the throw, and it'll go
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew. occasion of a big reception and camp I the equipment. It will be installed new member. The other side an- EN ROUTE TO MIAMIMr. .vhere he's aimin' just the same. He's
some time this week.-Winter Garden that it will C. F. Johnson, of Kissimmeewas
nounces spring something is good as any of 'em at otuguessin'
Mr. Orville Petty, of New Haven, fire, the latter at the Plaza theatre.A
Times. intreesting before the week is over. among the representative citi- guys; he can receive with the best of
Conn., who has been the guest of Nathan Beach Stone, has gone to at the -camp fire was made I The Winter Garden town council is Leaders of the two sides have held zens of Osceola county transacting 'em, and hell catch all the foul flies
Jacksonville for a week's stay, and public. The commander of the na- bound'I to stop the fighting in town their own meetings and both sides 'I business in Orlando yesterday. Mr hat stays in the park. So how can
' before returning to her New England tiona:order, David J. Palmer, of Des j i and is backing Marshall\ Hodnett to II have planned a number of new and Johnson reports things in our neigh ou beat him? And he ain't no rot-
home will visit at Atlanta, Nashville'I Moines, la., and his wife, will be here. I the limit. Settle your difficulties in novel features for the contest. Everything boring city as looking up and rea' ,en hitter, neither."
and Philadelphia.Mr. The past commanders who will attend the courts, if you are bound to have_ is being arranged to keep the estate being on the move. He wi;
them, and avoid resting in the city contest alive and interesting until the !leave today for Miami to attend tht SPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS
and Mrs. Felix Drennen, of the exercises are Governor S. M. Van I' PARTYTO
.cooler. night of the banquet, March 29, at Press Association, which meets in the
NEW YORK VIA
Birmingham, Ala., are guests of the Sant, of Minneapolis, and Washington j ATLANTIC
former's mother. Gardner'; of Albion, Mich. These disI I I|i Mrs. J. D. Eckles, of Ocoee, while I PassaGrille.JOIN Magic City Thursday. Kissimmeewill COAST LINE TUESDAY NIGHT,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butler have tinguished visitors will be guests of'!crossing'. the track of the Florida Midland send quite a delegation to the MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK,
returned to Detroit, Michafter honor at the reception by the ladies | at hat place, was struck by the DUVALL PARTY TO NEW convention and strong hopes are en- 213 RIDGEWOOD A"E. THROUGH
spending several months at their of the Women's Relief Corps at the i]i engine and seriously injured, receiving COACH YORK. NIGHT VIA ATLANTIC OF 27th. SPECIAL COAST tertained of inducing the Florida editors SLEEPER. 3-18-tfc
home on the Pine Castle ro 'd.. Hollenbeck hotel at 7 o'clock. After i ab roken hip. She was uncon- LINE. RATE $17.60. PHONE to select that city as their next I II
a', scious for two hours. 3-1S-tfc -IH.I' meeting place. I All round money getters-want ads.
Mrs. J. W. Howell is entertaining this they will be escorted to the Plaza l I
college friend from Jacksonville.Mr. theatre by the local post, G. A. R., '|I A negro named Otha Rict killed an-I f -- -
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and Mrs. Smith and daughter, and Confederate Veterans and Sons other negro named Will Hopkins last I -
who have been here for several} of Veterans. Addresses will be de- Friday morning by shooting him once
1 months, expect to leave next week livered by each of the visitors at the in the breast and once in the back, at I
t for Waycross, Ga. camp fire. The address of welcomewill Oakland. They had had trouble the Pur-e Ice Creart1.I
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Mrs. Arthur Lemmon will entertainthe be delivered by Mayor J. G. night before in which Hopkins flour- '
Ladies' Auxiliary at her home I Bradshaw and responded to by Com- 'ished a pistol.' The next morning
Thursday, April 1. mander Lyman Leighton, of the department Rict visited him with a shotgun with
The Tawanta Reading Club will of Florida. A. F. Bartlett the result above stated. Deputy I

meet Friday evening with Archer and Dr. George N. Sleight also will Sheriff Bell arrested Rict and he was you want PURE ICECREAM For Easter we will make
Braddock. All members of the Lake deliver addresses. j taken to Orlando. call If
for HAND'S.
many fancy varieties in all
Jennie Jewel Union Sunday school, | Mrs. Nellie Booth has been ill with -
don't believe that take
whether members of the club or not, EMPTY BOTTLE CAST IN NILE the grippe, but is now able to be at you we flavors and special moulds.
are invited to be present. A guest, COMES BACK FULL I I her place of busines sagain. the greatest care in its manu'Ve make our Ice Cream from
who has spent some time in the Phil- I Miss Clara Wood, who has been a facture come up and watch us' tubercular tested cows. All EASTER LILLIES A
ippines, will give a talk, and there Virginia, l\linn.-A. B. Coates, a guest of her cousin, Mrs. Roy Roper, make it. You will be surprised RABBITS A
will be other interesting numbers on well known mining man, got a sur- returned to her home in Kentucky at the care every detail is given. cans, moulds and everythingused
'" the program. A book social will occupy prise in the express the other day. It Monday. used in the manufacture of our EGGS"
the latter part of the eveningand was a bottle of whisky from a Ken- i i The'Ewing property next the staion kind you want, any time
any having books to present to tucky distillery that he had not or- was sold last Friday by auction for you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steriJPISTACHIO BRICKS
the library can do so at this time. dered. The odd thing about the gift between $6,000 and $7,000. The first from a quart up. ized.
Ice cream and cake will be served, was that the liquor was in a bottle lot brought $-150 and that was what BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
You are cordially invited to
the proceeds being used for the library that Mr. Coates emptied with a partyof set the price on the balance. There COLORS
fund. friends while down the inspect our factory at any
steaming were forty lots all told and the priceson
Eugene Brewer, one of Drennen's river Nile in Africa about a year ago them ranged from $60 to $-150. time. In fact anything you want.
best known residents, died at his threw into the murky stream. In the The bidders on the proerty were all
home on the Pine Castle road early bottle he had placed a slip of paper town people, and the size of the lots ..
Sunday morning. The deceased, who bearing his name and address. Some were about 25x120. Dr. Ewing real-
was seventy-two years of age, hadbeen !one found the bottle and forwarded it handsomely from his investmentand
so ill for some time that but to the distillery, where it was filled those who bought the lots seem HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
slight hopes were entertained for his and sent to Mr. Coates with the to be abundantly satisfied, so every
11. recovery. He was a veteran of the liquor factory's compliments. The one is happy including the auctioneers -
civil war and before coming herefive original bottle was presented to Mr. and those who received presents. PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
years ago, had resided in Virginiaand Coates by a local friend when heI The DeLand band of six pieces
Texas. I started on his African trip. cheered the multitude and worked .

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TO INVESTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS :



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

over two thousand ($2CCO.GO dollars, frcm five per cent. to two and a half (2 1-2) per cent., and on all country propositionsabove

four thousand [$4CCO.CO] dollars, frcm ten per cent to five per cent to all property holders who want to list their

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 propositions

in 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 particular. 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 commissicn, 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 \\'illcarry a Bank Guarantee.To .


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.




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 .

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Mr. J. H. Lee, of Oviedo was
among the welcome visitors to Or-
lando yesterday.Mr. .

M. O. Overstreet will leave to-
day for Miami where he will combine TH/S "RUDAW
business with pleasure. : T

i MANPUTNSfRSTSAVNGSGY
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B A N 1 1 iCe Mr. John L. Baxter, of Mansfield
Ohio was among the winter visitors THE 4Y
leaving yesterday for his home in the
North. BAA/K 1i'c t


o Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fox, of Gabriella,
were in Orlando yesterday en route to
Miami, where they will spend a day JCC F %
or two taking in the sights.
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Col. and Mrs. O. R. Cooke left yesterday .e. ,
afternoon for Auburndale to 7 :-".
visit Rev. Silas Cooke and family. .. ;;;}
They will return the week-end. I/' .":;..j 1r6r ;'
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Among the arrivals at the San ., ::::z:: ;: .
Money deposited here and left untouched for Juan hotel yesterday were James A. .--
Trombetta, Baltimore ..
; J. M. Pannell .
6 or 12 months earns with absolute safety 4 per Dupont; John A. Whitner, Jr., Jacksonville tits v.

cent-the security back of it is unquestioned. and S. S. Sadler, Mt. Dora. J' .
y t
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Starr, of ndiai-
"Safety to the depositor" is the guiding prin- apolis, Ind., arrived in Orlando yes- .t.: .
terday afternoon over the Atlantic "Jt. -
ciple in this Bank of Service and te.kkt.
Progress-a prin- Coast Line to spend a week or two .

ciple that has built up one of the largest Banksin in this section looking around. ; ;a.o

this part of the country. principle. that will Mrs. Harriet Pratt of Gloversville, :;
N. Y., who has been spending the L ,
continue to build up the business because it will winter in Orlando, was among those *, ::: .y, 'F-

be faithfully followed in the future it leaving yesterday for other points in
as always the before
state
going to their homesin JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG
has been in the the Empire State.
past. MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-

Mr. and Mrs. Wilde, who have spent EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?

The State Bank oi Orlando, Fla. the street season, in Concord at their Park home, left on Putnam yester- YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT

day afternoon for Grand Rapids YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN II PER CENT. IN-
Mich., where they will remain until
fall. TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE

ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE

Mrs. W. B. Summerall and Miss TAKE AN INTEREST IN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-
Summerall who have been visiting
Mrs. J. R. Davis at 92 Lakeview, TOMER.
left yesterday for Eustis where they
will visit for a while before return-
I ing to their home in Atlanta, Ga. Peoples National Bank"IT

Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Thatcher, of
Decatur 111., are among recent arriv-
als in the city, registering at the San is A PLEASUREITOISERVEYOU.) : "
Juan where they will spend the next
week or ten days enjoying life in
South Florida.M .

Summer Cooking '. A. E. Harris, of Seymour Texas -
who has been visiting his brother,
Shouldn't Cook lion. rank Harris, editor of the Ocala
Banner is now in Orlando visiting
Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Powell on Central _.,
the Cook
w o avenue. Messrs. J. B. Walker and S. B. Mr. N. O. :McM'unn of Jasper Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
S.
I Woods Jr., of Petersburg, Va., were I Mich., who has been making his homeon I Petoskey, Michigan who Williams, of
left
Getting dinner readyin Mrs. Butler and Miss Sweet, of among the arrivals in Orlando West Church street since Orlandoon
yesterday early in the midnight train for
N. Y. who their home
Syracuse ,
are spending zsjistering at the San Juan. the fall
left
yesterday for the North.
is in
July Petoskey, Mich.
just as comfortable \ their third season in Orlando guestsat I i have been coming
as i in November the rcade hotel left on the midnight :Mrs.: J. :M.: Pedrick- left yesterday I :Mr.: and Mrs. Herman H. Exdohn .!seasons.here to spend They their have winters for six
train for their homes purchased
in the for Jacksonville where she will attend I and Mr. and :Mrs.:\ P. F. Thurman, of pretty lots and several
if Empire State. They will stop en the are contemplating
you use a state conference of Presi- Chicago, were those registering
among building home
a here
route at several points of interest. during the
f dents of the \V. C. T. U. which holds the
FLORENCE OIL recently at San Juan for an summer. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
forth in
that city
today. indefinite
sojourn.
made their home at the
COOK STOVE. Hon. L. C. Massey left yesterday Arcade. .
"The Tarring Point in OH Sffrve Him ry" afternoon for Tallahassee where he .
goes to argue a case in the
supreme
The he
: : noesiaoth: FLORENCEOil : court for the railroad commissioners . f _ j
cooking, not into tl to compel the Florida East Coast rail- imimuuufKi
: ti way to put in a three cent j.er mile Wait
kitchen. It do:s your Cock Stoves rate on all its lines except the Key en e.rfajLftlhisPen

work well and reliably,. "Look for the Lever" I West extension.Mr. I

and I keeps y:;u. com - - : and :Mrs. Jose Massaguer, Jr., (
of Havana, Cuba, who arrived in Or- .
fortable. T: requires! le-s: watching and regulatingthan i lando yesterday afternoon from Tam- Fountn Pen Ill

pa, were among the welcome callersat
a coal s:vvc. the Sentinel office. Mr. Massa

guer is the manager of the Havana and Ink
provide the
You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot Q Qor Keds the all-star baseball team which .
merely simmering flame. h crosses bats at the park this afternoon tdeslAa tried and Successful .terial
with the Barons.
Kl .? for all witin
Come in and let us show you how these Florence Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Beers, who have purposes;

Automatic Stoves work! how simple and reliable. been spending the past three weeksin
Orlando, registering at one of the '
No Wicks to burn: out. I.'o Vahes to leak. Once local hotels, left on the south bound =-LL.-:.. !!/ J'lEl nw-ua .oo"- --

started, each burner wl.l 1 the Jt train yesterday afternoon for St. Petersburg -
keep going at same where they expect to tarry Sold and personally guaranteed byMcELROY'S
power until yon turn i it c ut.PERFZCTT.Y. for a week or more. On their way
to their home in Newton, Conn., they
will make another stop in this.city. PHARMACY
SAFE / R

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clark, and
Read adv. in daughter, Miss Anna, arrived in the I
Saturday Evening Post. city yesterday afternoon on the Tam- u_ _____ ___ __ .___ __ _ __ __ __ ___ ___
I See it operating in our window. pa Special to spend the remainder of I' w -
the season. They are here on their .
first visit. They passed through several -
snow storms on their journey \
southward, and in some instancestraffic
Oscar Hand & Son was greatly interfered with on I
account of the miserable weather. I
They arrived* in company with several -I -.
Michiganders who are touring Bank organizd April 16th, 1906 I 1 = .
WEST PINE ST. Florida. I
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE .I. .4-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS A :;* J
ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO. ry: + .
.. IIIMiilllillllllll In Court of the County Judge Orange I \ ,
County, State of Florida-In re Es- At the Close of Business :March .1, 1915. Condensed 1 t" -.
t tate of Naomi Josephine Kirkwood.To .
Give Your Wife all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu- From Report to Comptroller. I II t,: '.. .. ,
a tees and all Persons having Claims : II I ;

i or Demands against said Estate: j"i Loans and Discounts _____-_________371679.00 I jai, .
You, and each of ,
Good notified and required you to present are hereby any Overdrafts _______________________ 1,001.75 j ' ,:_ ,u.4 ... ;* -
Watch claims and demands which or I Stocks and Bonds 24,668.33 t '
you ------------------
either of you, may have against the Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures_ 41,857.86 ; ', .., '
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estate of Naomi Josephine Kirkwood,
I Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95
deceased, late of Orange county, Flor
and
see how it will harmonize t
the workings of *
your ida, to the undersigned administratorof
household. said estate within two years from $749,973.89Capital I' 4' '
the date hereof. I

Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a decorative Dated J. March B. WALKER 23 A. ,D.Adminstrator.1915. Stock ______________________$100,000.00 ." R

3-24-Stw Surplus and Undivided Profits ____ 33,970.44 ; ' ,
piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand ,
WANTED-Good boys about fourteen Dividends Unpaid _________________ 52.00 i

laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our years of age to carry paper routes. I i Bills Payable _____________________ None a. -asRe-Discounts
Must have bicycle, and be familiar f r-
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera with names of streets in district of I ____________________ None eW 4, _

practical useful mechanism town to which he is appointed. Also DEPOSITS ________________________ 615,474.52
your wife will appreciateand able to do good collecting. For information i
address or call at this office. I Due to banks_______________________ 476.93 'L 3 .
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or ..I 3-24-tf o _

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

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00
up I
C. VATER I


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T.D.EVANS i repairing I make,a specialty All grades in fine American watch, i! Or1allo n Bank & Trusti t ill an

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Swiss, English Matches",; al:>w Jew
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elry and Spectacle, expert in this I
JEWELER j line. All repairs guarauteed.

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