Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00517
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 25, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00517
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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After Seventeen Charges Russians -
Drive Foe Back-

New Egyptian Cam- She Had Been III for Many Sultan's Harem Comparatively
paign Planned l\Ionths-Suffered Relapse BARONS SHOW REAL CLASS Small-Wives Are Not All

Which Resulted in Turks-Mother Was
Death Armenian -
PARIS. MARCH 24 (10:40 I'. M.)
SOUNDED. ALL LIGHTS EXTIN- Charlotte N. C. March 2-1.-1\Ir8. I Athens.-The Sultan Mohammed V.,
GUISHED. T. J. (Stonewall Jackson died at her LEAVFCITY I I his small harem, and his principali TO BLOCKADE THE
home here today. BARONS TOMORROW i i i treasures are now safe at the new SHIPPING
U. S. Sends Protest Mrs. Jackson was born near this I, Turkish capital of Broussa Asia Minor AUDUBON SOCIETY
Washington March 24.-The United city July 21, 1831 the daughter of the a city beloved of the Ottoman
States ambassador at Constantinoplewas Rev. Robert Hall Morrison, a Presby- Will Be Given Banquet Tonight !I because: it is the last resting place of _
cabled by Secretary Bryan to terian minister and founder of Davidson their first monarch Osman the Conqueror BRITIAN DEMANDS STATEMENTWants
protest to Turkey against the indignities I College. She attended Salem (N. by Board of Trade-Game AT RECENT MEETING SOCIETY

of the Turkish troops to American }I C.) academy and college, finishing in I When the Younk Turk party put VOTED FAVOR OF
missionaries and Americans generally I, 1819.II Today With Havana :Mohammed V. on the throne in 1909 to Know What ActionU.
in Persia. II j Her marriage took place in July, he did not delay long before going to ABUSED BIRD
j 1857, Jackson was then a major, Reds j, spend some days in the Green Mosque: S. Has Taken Regarding -
Enemy Recoils Before Russians i servine as instructor in Virginia Military which contains the tomb of Osman.
Petrograd, March 24.-.\aready the | Institute at Lexington. She became The presence of U. S. Senator Osi'i| The ancient palace of Broussa was Fourteenth Annual :Meeting:; of :; Freedom of the

Russians have begun to burst throughthe I a close student of military tactics car Underwood at the Fair Groundshad prepared for his reception and the the Florida Audubon Society -. Port
southern banners across the Carpathian I and always took an aggressive such an effect upon the Barons people of the city strewed flowers in
passes where they have been interest in the fortun of the Confederate yesterday that they trimmed the Havana his path to welcome him. The population Was a Notable
on the defensive since December when i armies. After her husband died Reds by the score of 3 to 2 in ] of 75,000 consists of 40000 One Washington, March 21.Great Britain .
the Germans launched their great 1 i i of wounds 1803 she wrote a volume the fastest and snappiest game of the Moslems, J,000= Christians and 2,000 has asked the United States for
scheme to help the Austrians and out- 101' memoirs of his career season. From the first the battle wasa Jews a pl:.m aterrent of the circumstances -
flank the Russian left from Hungary 1 General and Mrs Jackson had two tight affair and bristled with bril- The palace which the Sultan will One of the many pleasant events of ': affecting the commerce at
The column which defeated the l last < hildren, both daughters. One Austro-German attempt to relieve the : in infancy and the other married Wil- The Barons will depart Friday for It stands more than 1,500 feet above meeting of the Florida Audubon So- h:'s t:'ken to insure the freedom -
:nm E. Christian. At her death in the town and ciety, whose members: and friends met I or
Przemysl fortress has again attacked Birmingham after having spent a delightful was originally built for I export of hemp.
with tremendous energy 1S89! she left a daughter who became month in Orlando. They aregreatly Abdul Ilamid.Mohammed. together at Hiawatha the spacious .i Carranza has carried matters at
After the: wife of E. R. Preston, a Charlotte V. has harem Tid beautiful home of :\1 r. and Mrs I
seventeen charges the Russians -. benefited: by the trip and the a much Progresso: with a high hand. The
hate driven them hack to the attorney, and a son. Thomas Jackson form displayed yesterday was gratifymg less extensive than his voluptuous Alex Dommerich, who welcomed and { embassy had reports some days ago
west! wara. Christian now a lieutenant in the It will not require much timeto predecessor who rossesseJ **o less entertained the many- there with unstinted t*>"t he had actually) seized a British
This latest initiative on the part of United States cavalry stationed in the place them in premier shane for than 470 women. The appearance of hospitality.The I merchantman and converted it into a
the Russians is to extend westward t I Philippines the-Southern League race and every the Sultan's children in the streets of meeting was called to order I :Mexican auxiliary cruiser to establish
Mrs. Jackson's last days were spent Orlandoite has promptly at three o'clock on the afternoon blockade
beyond the Dukla pass. I wishes them first place Constantinople never been attended a against English and American
Tat the old Jackson homestead in this and with much of March 11 by Dr. W. F. I
The Russian raid on Memel re- a safe cinch on the rag before circumstance. They shipping.
sulted in the capture of a great quantity city. She had been ill for many June 1.Tonight. colud be seen passing down the Rue Blackman president. After his short I 1 r The state department officials professed -
of ammunition I months and suffered a relapse jester- the de Pera the address the various reports of the of- belief
and engineering I Board of Trade will I main thoroughfare of a today that there wasa
equipment withdrawal being entirely! :day. feast the Barons at a beefsteak din- I I Constantinople, in a simple carriage- ficers of the society as also of its breaking up of the blockade by the
voluntary. I ner at the San Juan. The programhas three stalwart young men with the branches, weie listened to with inter- Des Moines and Brutus, and arrangements -
(The Dukla] pass lies nearly in a U. S. WATCHING FIFTL SHIPS not been completed yet but each blue eyes and white skin of Euro- est.But which this government is now
direct ]line between Przemysl and Vienna I' Baron will arise spontaneously and peans, all still in their twenties. perhaps the most interestingwas making to get money from the cordage -
which is :,112 miles from the :: \\'ashinJ.rtonIanh: 21.-On instructions make a fifty minute talk on the sub- The Sultan's wives are not all a letter written by Mr Oscar i I. companies to the hemp planters
captured fortiess. The Dukla pass is I|I from the department of justice ject, "Why I wished I lived in Or- I Turks, for a Sultan can choose where Baynard, a member of the executive at Yucatan was a sufficient guarantee -
about 75 miles southeast of Cracow I,: today, the Hamburg-American liner lando." he pleases. The Sultan's mother was committee refuting arguments offered ,, of the freedom oflhat port.
which is 125 miles west of Przemysl.I'''Odenwad which was held up by the The box score of yesterday's game an Armenian while his grandfatheri by stockmen, who claim the Secretary Daniels said' a partial arrangement -
Cracow is the objective point of the :guns of the fort at San Juan Porto follows married a Russian peasant girl. buzzard that vigilant sanitary officerof I' had already] been made for
Russian offensive and with from birddo! :i, eei'ed: to be checked in about
its capture : Rico, in her attempt to escape sending $625,000 from Galves-
all of Galiua will be in the hands of that port, has been taken over into BOX SCORE i 1 RUSSIANS PUT PRZEM\SL IN: lambs his choice and of viands calves, claiming tidbits that ton on a warship to Progresso.lIe .
Russia.) of the United States court young were I wants to employ but one
possesion HAVANA REDS. AD It II PO A ERodes ; ORDER much to his liking, that therefore they warship -
of Porto Rico. Libel proceedings will If ________ -t 0 1 2 0 0 should bill to the next ]legislature I and is waiting to get all the
American Flag Taken Down be commenced at once. In the meantime Gonzalez 2b _____ 4 1 1 4 4 0 I i I London The real significance of askingthat present a be I I money of all the companies at one
London, March 24.-An American the vessel will be in the custody a bounty placedon place so as only one ship will]) be nec-
.]I Herrera ss _n___ 4 1 1 4 1 0 the surrender of Przemysl and specu- his head. They also claimed that
just returned from Smyrna having i of a marshal of the United States Lujan rl _____n_ :1 0 I 2 0 0 lation as to how quickly the Russians disease carried in various essary.
left there before the bombardment, (I I court. No decision has been reachedby l\lendieta. cf __n_ 3: 0 1 1 0 0 I will be able to press the resulting ad- by the was buzzard. But Mr Baynard ways .I
stated that Governor Karahissar" (in the department as to whether it Rodriguez, Ib ____ 4 0 0 8 1 0 I vantages in an advance to Hungary clearly showed that while such "BE A SELF STARTER DON'T
accusations -
the province Sivas, Turkey in Asia) will prosecute criminally under the Ogazon, 3b ______ :3 0 1 2 2 0 |I and Silesia continued to be the chief had some truth, yet the buz- WAIT TO BE CRANKED.:
had notified the authorities of the I I sections of the congressional resolution Ferrer c _nnn_ 2 0 0 0 3 1 topic of military discussion today. zard was a needed sanitary officer,
American school and church there which provides an imprisonment Ballesteros p ____ 3 0 0 1 3 0 The Russians are putting the fort- and much needed on the coast I The Board of Trade yesterday se-
-. they must leave buildings in a week I I of offenders. It was learned today Gutierrez, c _n___ 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 I ress in order. They are sending the line very where dead fish and carcasses cured several new members, that is
as the latter will be required by the i; from the treasury department that
i - - - I prisoners to the rear; feeding the cast ashore and but for the keen members who paid the 1915 dues.
government at the end of the time allowed I:I there are about fifty merchantmen in Totals _________31 2 G 24 14 1 j starving populace and tending the eye were of the abused buzzard would be They are being added to the list every
I the ports of the United States which BARONS. AB R II PO A E sick and wounded. The task is an most offensive to and nose and a day. Watch the list grow. The slogan
The American flag was taken down i I I the government is obliged to watch. Carro. Ib ____n_ 4 0 1 15 0 0 enormous one and so it is presumedthat menace to health.eye His plea resultedin "300 members by May 1," seemsto
and the cross removed from the Magee cf _______ 4 1 1 1 0 0 I I Russia for some time will not be a vote that the Florida Audubon be assured. Be a self starter, dont'
church. 1 I SEEKS LOST RACE IN WILDS OF Hemenway, 3b ___ 2 1 0 1 4 0 i able to divert elsewhere her strength Society plead for the buzzard.At wait to be cranked, is a policy all live
The. Armenian teachers were sentaway : TilE AMAZONI : Sloan rf ________ :J 1 2 1 0 0 i I which for so long has been. engaged. in the conclusion of the exercisesthe wires are following It is announcedthat
The crescent has replaced the : Coombs, lC ____:__ 3 0 1 0 0 0 i front of this stronghold. These men company were asked to walk to a teams will]) be organized and
ross and the church was inauguratedvith i I New York.-To study a bit of un- Clark 2b ___n___ 2 0 0 2 2 1 i I are estimated at six army corps. spot on the grounds selected for the prizes will be given to stimulate in-
great ceremony as a mosque. I i known country 700 by 400 miles in Ellam 5S ________ I 0 0 1 5 0 : purpose and were photographed. terest. Why not join now and be
Efforts to obtain redress were made I I hale] c 3 0 0 6 1 0 CITY with the 300? Do not forget the ban-
houseboatfor COUNCIL
extent while cruising on a ---------- I MEETING The sun sank below the horizon in
by the United :Mates ambassador but two or three years is the object Games p ________ 2 0 1 0 4 0 I a blaze of beauty before the many quet tonight at the San Juan. Be
without success. I,i with which Algot Lange already a Roth p __________ 1 0 0010C. i i The city council met yesterday and guests departed taking with them sure and attend. The following members -
Pau Takes-CommandCopenhal"en. veteran of Amazon exploration, will Johnson, c ---- 0 0 0 1 0 I I passed the automobile trailer ordinance pleasant memories of the fourteenth are now entitled to be placed
set out from here in June. which was up for its second annual meeting. with the list of self starters:
March :24 -It is reported I This of flooded Totals ___ 3 627 18 C. E. Graham, retired.E. .
in Berlin that French General piece jungle is one ------ 31 I and final rcadmjr The ordinance permits -
Pau has taken command of the Rus- :i i of the few remaining spots on the Two base hits-Sloan. Stolen bases I j I of one trailer to an automobile! INTER: SPORTS AT THE GU."DTO : G. Duckworth Lowell-Duckw'th.*
1 f of the earth -Gonzales, Magee. Double play] I I Nat Burman gents furnishings.
sian in the Warsaw ce which white men s- j limits the weight: to 10,000 pounds a IGIIT
district.troop military have never examined. It lies just Gonzales unassisted Ellam to Clark I I speed of eight miles per hour within I J. D. Barnes, Lowell-Duckworth.
north of the lower reaches of the to Carrol. Base on balls-Off Grimes I the fire limits and ten outside the fire We have been having winter Dr. R. P. Buckmaster. osteopath.
Invade creat: South American river, and has 2. Ballesteros 3. Left on bases !i limits on the brick streets. weather in Orlando but near tonight the N. P. Lowell, Yowell-Duckworth.
May Egypt been neglected because, unlike the upper Birmingham 2, Havana. Hits-Off i i i Hu hey and West Church streets T. H. Evans jeweler.
via real with ice shoes
Constantinople, Pans March 21.fleral snow, snow ,
of Grimes 4 in 7 W. II. Reynolds retired.
innings off Roth
lands drained by tributaries of 2 will be the next streets paved. Commissioner -
Djemal Pasha commanding : skis and toboggans will actually be
.in 2 innings. Struck I Father M. Fox. Catholic church
the Turkish_ expeditionary troopsin the Amazon, it does not yield rubber. out-By j Johnson was given power present at the Grand when Joe Cheney -
5. Passed balls-Ferrer. Wild pitches I' to act in regard to a petition asking will the White mountainsand
Egypt, has issued a proclamation. bring
according to which preparations are BERLIN STATEMENT: Grimes, Ballesteros. Time of game '' that Amelia avenue be opened between I winter sports to Orlando. CONFERENCE: : BOARD MEETS IN
115. Umpires-Scott, Chestnutt Kentucky and Concord avenues \\e will the ORLANDOThe
now actually proceeding for another I see mountains as they
Attendance 400.I'ANAMAPACIFIC.
invasion of Egypt across the Suez !! Berlin (wireless to London), March The council also made official I are in winter; we will!] see snow shoe
!I the pennant design i submitted by Lo- conference board of the Methodist
canaL 24.-German warships are participating races, ski jumping, and one daredevil -
I; in the operations aongthe Baltic : EXPOSITIONOFFICIALLY I I ton Finley in the contest conductedby I actually looping the loop in a ski chinch, which once a year at
Bombardment ResumedParis.Bombardment coast of Russia north of Memel and DEI>IC\TED W S. Branch. I II II jump. Toboggans will dash down the some central point meets for the purpose -

of the Turk- the town of Polangen, about twenty I I chute loaded with pretty girls and all of transacting business, such as
ish fortifications in the Dardanelleswas miles north of :Memel was bombarded San Francisco, March 24.-Vice- j I BANQUET: AT TilE S.\N: JUAN: the joy and sport that college boyscan making recommendations to the general -
resumed at 10 o'clock yesterday : yesterday and is now held by the Ger- President Marshall officiating as the I I HOTEL TONIGHT inject into a carnival of winter i board of churches, asking for
morning by the allied fleet accordingto I I mans. Operations are also proceeding official representative of President sports will reign rampant. All will help, etc., met in the Methodist
an Ather. dispatch to the Havas I against Libau.WITIOUT. Wilson, this afternoon officially dedicated j Everything is in readiness for the be explained as the pictures show on church in this city yesterday. The
agency. The warships were accompanied ,I the Panama-Pacific exposition. i i, Booster Beefsteak Dinner, or banquetto I the screen, by Mr Cheney. following members were present:
into the straits by a number of .. BREVD? More than 100,000 witnessed the be tendered the Barons, the Birmingham As the expense of getting these Rev W J. Carpenter Jacksonville;
mine sweepers. dedicatory ceremonies, including representatives I baseball aggregation, by the wonderful pictures is heavy the ad- Rev. 8.V.. Lawler, Kissimmee; Mr.
I! Venice.-Owing to the action of the of all states and nations members of the Orlando Board of I mission charges will be 10 and 20 T. C. Alexamer. Tampa; Mr. T. L. Z.
Allies Land Troops i Austrian government in reducing by participating in the exposition. Ii I Trade at the San Juan hotel this I cent There will) te but one show of Barr, Apalachicola! ] ; Mr. M. H Nor
London.-A force of allied troops one-fourth the production of bakeries i'j evening at 7:30 o'clock Landlord the winter carnival pictures begin- ton, Bartow; and Mr G. I. Davis, Tal-

4 was landed on the peninsula of Gal-i many districts are reported to have FRANCE: HOLDS 12.100 CIVILIANS I Beemans popular hotel will be taxed I ning at 8 o'clock.ORLANDO'S lahassee.
lipoh yesterday from the transport : been virtually without bread for a IN HER DETENTION CAMPS : to capacity as to space in serving the
large number of ,who desireto GERMANS: : HEAVY BAT.
week. The order curtailing produc- persons I REMOVE
in the gulf Saros according to a i i I NEW ICE FACTORY
dispatch from Athens to the Daily !: tion is said to have shown no improvement Paris.-At fifty-eight concentration attend. WILL SOON BE IN TERIES FROM OSSOWETZ
Express. : bakers being unable to ob- camps in France there are now 7,500 OPERATION: London-Official announcement has
A general attack upon the fortifications ,:i tain flour. German and 4,600 Austrian civilians, FRENCH PRISONERb O.N THE I been made in Petrograd, says Reu-
of the Dardanelles is to be un- according to figures given the budget I PRINZ EITEL TO BE RETURNED Mention was made several days ter's correspondent, that the Germans
dertaken immediately on the arrival !I I INVENTOR: OF PERISCOPE IS committee of the chamber of deputies '! TO FRANCE I another ice factory for Orlandowas agothat since Sunday have removed all but
of further French and British war- j I'i DEAD by Minister of the Interior Malvy. j in contemplation. The Sentinelis four of their heavy batteries from be-

ships now on their way to join the ]I' Washington, D. Co-The seventy- in a position to say that it is now fore Ossowetz.
attacking squadron. ;: Atlantic City, N. J., March .- DR. VON: HEIGEL DIES seven passengers of the French liner : an assured fact and that the A. J.
!! Morgan Robertson one of the best Munich, via London, March 24.-Dr_ I Florida taken from that vessel when I Nye Cold Storage company is very . . . . . . . . .
Paris Statement i, known short story writers and the inventor r Karl Theodor Von Heigel, one of the she was sunk by the German auxil- j I busy installing the necessary machinery s ALL U. S. P.APERIOSEY: TO sS
Paris March 24.-Tonight's official of the periscope used on all most widely known members of the iary cruiser Prinz Eitel Friedrich and and expects to have everything in BEAR SIGNATURE: OF 5-8
statement says: submarines, was found dead at a ]local faculty of the University of Munich, brought to Newport News by the Ger- i, readiness to begin the manufactureof CHEROKEE INDIAN1
"North of Arras the Germans undertook ]! hotel this afternoon. He sold the I died last night at the age of 73 years man raider are to be returned to i( ice on an extensive scale within the .
two attacks Wednesday periscope for $50GCO; I France at the expense of the owners' next two months.A Washington, :March 21.-Houston
night on the great spur of Notre: I. j II I ANOTHER C A"ADIALO.: : .VN: |, of the Florida. ,I contract was recently entered B. Teehee five-eighths Cherokee .
Dame de Lorette. They were completely !. II in '
FIFTEEN GERI.A'IATOUS i London, March 24, Another Cana- I into between the above mentioned Indian, was sworn today
checked i I I dian TOURISTS LEAVING GRADUALLY company and Messrs. E. A. Quilg and S as register of the United States
$25,000,000 at 4 1-2
"A Champagne night attack also I per s and henceforth all

HOME 1 cent. has been Bert Rollins, whereby they will handle treasury paper
nttempted against the small fort of announced. The issue The tourists the of the United States
I 99 1-2 and are gradually leaving entire output of the new concern money
Beausejour was immediate! stopped." I London.-A Sofia dispatch to Reu- price redeemable is in five the and obligations ten are Orlando for the North. Some of themare The R. L. Holland Wagon and will bear his signature. .

I I ter's Telegram company says: .years stopping at places en route northin Carriage Works, on Pine street closed! Tehee succeeds Gabe Parker,
THE WEATHER I "Fifteen German aviators have left order to allow the temperature to a deal yesterday with the gentlemen also an Indian, as register of the
Florida Fair Thursday; warmerin :I Constantinople, returning to Ger- April... magazines coming in every moderate somewhat while others are interested for several of the very lat- treasury, who comes from Okla.
Daily paper for you. Curtis &. anxious to get into ice fields and snow est and up to date wagons to be used I homa. -
northwest fair.
portion. Friday : many. O'Vecl. bcod store, Or re avenue. tlorms in their delivery. | . . . . . s . s s s .

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Washington.-A professional roller Don't fail to attend the Great C,
Seattle, Wash.-Five million dollars Atlanta, Ga.-A case of remarkable skating meet will begin here Wednesday lenge Sale at the: Big Store. I
KEYSTONE :.HOTEL invested in Canadian coal lands by vision is that of Harold Lutzk an and events will be pulled off each dollars do doubl duty here. It:8:
Count Alvo Alvensleben, of Seattle, is Atlanta boy, who sees every object as your opportunity, take advantage of
Corner West and Church Streets night until Saturday. Jack Wood- it while it lasts. 3-23-6t
likely to be iretrievably lost because those of normal
sight see it in mir-
Splendid service Excellent looms. hot and cold water. One of the best a worth, who landed within one notchof
ooks in the s ate. Rates 17.50 per week ami!, up. Special rates, to parties the count was unfortunate enough to ror. The medical profession throughout the championship crown in the INVESTORSLoan
wishing table board. have interested with him in his big the world is interested in this remarkable New York meet, is one of the star wanted about $4,500 straight
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. mining enterprise no less a personage case of the "mirror eyes," skaters of the meet. do.for five years. Property near Orlan-
than the of The First class security. No commis-
emperor Germany. which in fiction was the basis of many sion.
- "Advertiser
count, too, is German. Since the outbreak strong plots' and occult tales. Not office. Sentinel
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn of the war he has confined his only does young Harold see things reversed IRISH POTATO CROP 3-20-6t-

business operations to the American but he writes backwards,mak-
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor Pa side of the line. lie is the dominant ing his words and letters in a reverse The first movement of Irish pota- PHONE 646

figure in the Issaquah and Superiorcoal manner. The boy was born in Atlanta toes from the Hastings district will For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
be made March 29, according to the
J. W. HURLEY mines of this state. seven years ago of Russian par-
statement of a man who has just FIRST CLASS
returned REPAIRING '
ents, and his strange vision was not
from that section of the state
MANAGER HOW A WOMAN PLAYS POKERIn discovered until he was sent to the ; BARNARD & SON
public schools. and by the first week in April the
movement will be general, he de- 17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla.
the April American Magazine The scientists declare there is noth-
TOURISTS ATTENTION! James Montgomery Flagg, the fa- ing abnormal about the boy's eyes. clared. 12-10-im

m'ousit and artist, does an amusing The trouble is with a peculiar forma-
We Serve the Finest
in Orlando piece in words and pictures, satirizing tion of that portion of the brain 1111111111,1"1".1 , ..
Prepared by our New York Cook visitors and visiting. In the following which receives the visual impressionfrom

extract taken from the Mr. the retina of the
piece eye.

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat.1.U O poker Flagg: describes how a woman plays FLORIDA METROPOLIS I Wanted toBuyIron !

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water "After dinner a game of poker is HAS RETRENCHED.

suggested. It remains for Mrs. Macto The retrenchment policy of the \\j Black Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and :

EMPIRE HOTEL protest that she hadn't played poker Jacksonville Metropolis has resultedin ; Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
since she went to boarding school, dethronement of several employeswho '

or since she was a midshipman at have long figured in the makingof
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms
Annapolis, or since she drove the the paper. The cartoonist, Henry SALEStowell

first schooner across the Mojave Des- Muheim, the managing editor, E. E.
' ert in '49, or some such excuse. Well, Naugle, Sporting Editor George Krick
Electric Lights Baths the Year Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent White
Open Round if she did play we must all be patientwith and several in the circulating and advertising Dent,
, Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas !
. European Plan Rooms Single and en SuiteTHE her if she made mistakes. departments have '
necessarily -
\ and every kind of garden, field and grass seed. | |
"Need I say that she never anted been disposed of.
t... ( ) ),1' -" until the gangplank was up and thejack When Mr. McClellan acquired the

v Jg=:.... pot in midstream on each occas- property there were no clouds on the Prices Right, Drugs Pure, Seeds Fresh i
ion? That she dealt six cards to financial horizon and he showed his

I everyone when it was her deal? faith in the city by immediately enlarging -
That she asked what beat a straight the operating force, installing
ssress rt and why did she have to put up new machinery, etc. The business de-
8 eighty cents in the round of whangs? pression, however, caused a retrench- City Drug Store

c That she thought bridge was much ment unaboidable, and it is sincerely
finer-really called for intellect? regretted that the older men had to
And that she quit the big winner?" suffer. ; ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA ; ;

The pendulum will soon swing the
ARCADE HOTELJ. FIRST BIENNIAL REPORT I other way and it is hoped that the .. " " " " IMIMMIIiilll..I

B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. SHELL FISH COMMISSION.The Metropolis will be in a position to
have its customary force of workers.

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos fish commission first biennial created report by of act the of shell the -Dixie. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME

Building: in Connections legislature from Tallahassee.of 1913, has just been issued FRANCE SHUNS PUBLICITY IN

Orlando. Fh. ll'ARParis.Aristide
It was not expected that the shell

------------ fish industry would yield any consid-
erable revenue to the state for the Briand, former My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
premier of France and ministerof
first two or three above
ing expenses, but years this first biennial operat- justice and vice-president of the months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND report, covering eighteen months, cabinet, today explained why he and same time it always has.
other cabinet members had declinedto
shows property and money in the
state treasury to the amount of $11,- grant interviews concerning the TIME TABLE
071.78 and a net profit to the state position of France in the presentwar.
SHEET METAL CO. above all running expenses of $.J- i Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.

S48.2G.:\ "We rely upon the justice of our

The report shows that a total reve- cause," the minister said "which we WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, nue of 20487.10 has been derived think is amply proved by material Read Down Read Up
from the various sources of taxation facts not susceptible of misconception.
and Rubber Roofings since the creation of the commission. France consequently does not 'IA.MJA.M.: P. M. lA.M. 1'. M. P. 1\1.
care to lower herself by engaging in
$7,238.86 of this has
amount been
expended Orlando
Cornices Skylights.Dealing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings in the purchase of necessary any sort of propaganda. We have Ocoee 6:3010.15 3:00 I 9.30 1.30 6.00

boats and tackle for carrying on the passed the hour of words; it is can- ::11.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00

Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO inspection and patrol service. 8009.I:. non that plead for us now the cause i Winter Garden 7:45: I :3c: 4 30 I 8.15 12.15 4.45

25 have been expended in deputy and of right, fidelity to engagements and Oakland !! 8:00: -- 4:30 8.00- 4.30
patrol service by the shell fish com- I resistance to aggressions. Our friends I
missioner and his abroad understand the facts."
deputies. I 0 ,=.
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-- -
--- In order to re-estaonsn the depicted E'm4llammond&Gore
I oyster reefs, 15,000 barrels of shell REMARKABLE WEAPONSUSED

I have been planted at a cost of$551.04. IN WARFARE

The These shells are now covered with
Orlando Meat .
MarketT. The rifle and the 42-centimetre gun .
)-oungoysters of sufficient size to be
have not entirely ousted more primi-

A. YANCY. Manager marketed 1147.07 next has season.been expended in th tive weapons, as reports from thee I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND E2L1BALMERS. I

front constantly remind us. The An- .
purchase of office furnitureand
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice fixtures.necessary glo-Saxon, for instance, always loves REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
to use his fists. One such incident
Florida and Western Meats $,U1.81 has been paid into the state
occurred at Compiegne: early in the COMPARE
treasury on lease and license fees and
war. The farreir of the Sixth Dra-
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. up to the closing of this report $1- goons, hearing the charge sounding,
693.00 was on deposit in the state OUR FURNITUREWe
rushed from the forge, leaped to I
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders treasury in cash. I
horse !
and dashed at the Germans,
Shell Fish Commissioner T. R. provide the of
wielding the hammer with which he quality furniture that baa J long
PHONES Business O. BOX 226 Hodges has collected a inter been accepted by
up knowing furniture
| Residence, ,,33'P. Ave. and Church St. very had been working at the anvil with buyers as the
esting exhibit his rounds which standard of merit. If
on terrible effect the foe. an article is here it is good.
now has a prominent place in the upon It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca ,'t make

state capitol building and is of much WHAT POETS ARE GOOD this point too clear-it! is one of the foundat on stonesof
-- ----- interest to visitors and those not fa- I this business, and that means much to any buyer.

tWe sell on.y miliar with the shell fish industry.The In the April American Magazines I

United States government ha David Grayson, writing his story,
taken note of the activity shown in "Hempfield," comments as follows on ,

the development of this one of Florida's poets: I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. fla.
most important resources, and "It is a strange thing in this world L
fJ the department of commerce, bureauof how few people recognize a thing as I J
fisheries Washington, D. C., has wonderful or beautiful until some .

sent to Florida the large government poet or prophet comes along to tell
steamer, "Fish Hawk" to survey out them that it is wonderful or beauti-
the water bottoms and carry on ex- ful.
periments in oyster culture. The sur- "'Behold that sunset!' cries the

vey is now being carried on in the poet, quite beside himself with excitement -
waters of St. Vincent sound, Apalach- and the We
world which has are showing a beautiful line of Easter
icola and St. George's bays, and will been accustomed to having sunsets
Booklets Folders and other
consume perhaps a year or more. every evening for supper.and thinks ar-
This survey and these xperiments will nothing of them, suddenly looks up ticles for gifts.Reasonable.

be of vast benefit and importance to and discovers unknown splendors." prices on everything. Post
the shell fish industry of Florida.
Cards one cent each.
\Y. s.
London.-A ,
casualty list issued by
the war office dated March 17, con-
111 Paris.-President Poincare called tains the names of twenty-five offi- The Arcade Book and Mask Store

yesterday afternoon upon Gen. :Michael cers who were killed on the field 6.l'
died of wounds an dof thirty-two others -
Maunoury, who was wounded
wounded or missing, hringin the
while inspecting a German trench, I I totals for the week from March 10 to
and conferred upon him a military I'I 17 up to 265 killed and 427 wounded. OUR MOTTO :

You want to be SURE medal. The bullet which struck Gen. I I' LIVESTOCK MEN AT THE FAIR Small Profits and "
your prescriptions will be filled right. Maunoury destroyed his left eye and Quick Returns.
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the broke his jaw. His condition is said San Francisco, Cal.-The eighteenth
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. to be excellent. Gen. de Villaret, annual convention of the American To find us go two blocks north of San Juan Hotel, opposite -

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not wounded at the same time, was struck I Live Stock Association openes this Hand's Ice Cream factory.

allow it.You. in the forehead, and a trepanning op- I week at the Exposition. In honor of Special price on Hay for Saturday. Full line of Feed
- can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. eration was performed successfully the stock men, the exposition offi- as good as the best, cheaper than the cheapest.
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. yesterday. cials have designated Friday a?


Kodak finishing left at Robinson's ciation day.
REXALL STORE Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
next day. 3-3-tf Get the news in the Sentinel first

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Three More Da.ys of


It's the Sensation in Dry Goods BuyingNow

is the time to look after your wants for Spring. Its a regular feast of Beautiful Merchandise, being soldat

unheard prices at this season of the year. We are going to make this, the last three days of this Sale, the bestwe

have had. We want to crowd our store each of these days, and if carving of prices will do it we will sure

tax our selling capacity. Our prices tell half the story, the other half lies in the quality. Special Monday morningat

9 o'clock, to those holding tickets we will open up and display numbers that draw the beautiful premiums displayed -

in our window. Come, you may be the one to get one of these premiums they are all free.

Tickets are still being given with each dollar purchase, so don't fail to attend the last three days of the sale, and be sure to ask for

tickets, as it may be the lucky one.Challenge.

: ; Sale of Silks

Amazing Values at The Big* Store

Argument is unnecessary and detailed description would be superfluous; these Silks at this

price were never equalled, will never be surpassed, no store will approach these economizers!

SILKS: in plain colors and fancy figured effects, :MESSALINES, a beautiful soft finish, full 36 in. CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, a soft clingy
this lot is worth 25c., 35c., and 40c. ChallengeSale wide, in black, white and all colors, $1.00 qual- fabric, with a beautiful sheen, all the wanted
Price __________________________________19c ity, Challenge Sale Price _______________________69c shades, $1.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price____$1.29
SILK POPLIN, full 40 inches wide,a beautiful fab-
CREPE DE CHINES, in plain and fancy weaves, ric with a high sheen, $1.25 quality, Chal- CREPE METEORS, a beautiful material, 40 inches -
some in stripes and Jacquard patterns, beau- lenge Sale Price ____________________________9Sc wide, in all the newest shades, $2.00 quality -
tiful line of colors, worth regular C5c. and 75c. Challenge Sale Price ___________________$1.69
Challenge Sale Price ____________________________14c TAFFETA SILKS, beautiful Chifon finish, full 36
inches wide, all colors, $1.50 quality, ChallengeSale
Price ----____________________________$1.19 CHARMEUSE, 40 inches wide, very fine, rich,
SILK POPLIN, full yard wide, in Battleship Grey, soft and luminous finish, white cream and
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, fine soft finish, full
light blue, and black,worth regular$1.00
navy black,
I extra value at $2.00, Challenge Sale
quality, Challenge Sale Price _________________59c yard wide, beautiful line of colors, $1.75 quality Price ________$1.78
Challenge Sale Price __$1.38 ----------------------------
I IMen's

Mens\ Furmshings-Lhallpnge Sale Men's Shirts Wool Pants, ContinuedFELT

These all fresh and clean, in fact the $1.00 quality. Challenge Sale Price _____________83c AND STIFF HATS, $2.50 value, ChallengeSale
entire stock goods of New are Spring new Merchandise all at Challenge $1.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$1.19 Price________________________________$1.89
Sale Prices. $2.50 quality Challenge Sale Price __________$1.98 MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 2 piece, $1.00 value Chal-
PALM BEACH SUITS,plain and dark colors, Chal- $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.48 lenge Sale Price ------------________________69c
lenge Sale Price__________________________ $6.48 $3.50 quality Challenge Sale Price __________$2.98Men's MEN'S UNION SUITS, $1.00 value, ChallengeSale
Price __________________-_.83c
PALM BEACH SUIT, very latest style, with ------------
Braided edge, $10.00 quality, Challenge Sale Wool Pants
Price ____________________________________$8.50
r $2.50 quality Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98
Straw and Panama Hats $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________ $2.48 MILLINERY DEPARTMTThis

$3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.98 Department will contribute its part to the suc-
$5.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$-1.25
$4.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$3.48 $4.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$3.98 cess of this Great Challenge Sale. Yon will find the best
$3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.98 $5.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________$4.48 line of New Styles and New Ideas in Millinery, in chargeof
$3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98 $6.00 quality. Challenge Sale Price __________$4.98 Miss Schill, who has no superior as a milliner. We are
$2.50 quality, Challenge,Sale Price ___________$1.89 MEN'S WORK PANTS, $1.00 value, ChallengeSale going to make a special table of-
Price ------------_____________________83c New, fresh stylish Hats, at---------_________$2.98
and another at- ,
Neckwear MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, 50c. value, ChallengeSale
I Price -________________________________43cMEN'S Some of these have never been seen in Orlando
$1.00 SILK FOUR IN .HAND .TIES, Challenge before, for ____$4.98
CAPS, $1.00 value, Challenge Sale Price __ 79c ----------------------------
Sale Price --_---------------------------___69c FELT AND STIFF HATS, $3.00 value, ChallengeSale Every Hat will. be sold at a Bargain during the Challenge
50c..SILK FOUR IN HANDS, Challenge Sale Price45c Price ______________________________>_$1.98I Sale.Challenge.
I : I I

SHOE DEPARTMENTThe Sale of the Seasons

Challenge Sale Prices on all Broken Lots of Roof GardenTONIGHT Most Stylish Wash Dress GoodsDo I

Men's and Women's Shoes Oxfords and Pumps should be

of intense interest to you as they mean a great saving.At not temporize, hesitation may make you miss
of leather, could not dupli-
the present high price we
4 Reels at Show 4 these many extraordinary money saving opportunities.
cate some of the goods from the manufacturers to day at Every
its prices asked below. The more you buy the more you CREPES, all new, fresh and clean, beautiful floral
save. patterns, 12lc. quality Challenge Sale

Odd Lot Ladies $3.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps___$2.28 Universal Topical Price ____________________________________?/c

Odd Lot Ladies $3.5.0 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps _$2.68 LA'VXSIULLS AND BATISTE, in fancy stripes
Odd Lot Ladies $4.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps___$2.98 "Animated Weekly" and beautiful floral designs, 15c.quality, Chal-

Odd Lot Ladies $5.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps __$3.38 lenge Sale Price ___________________________9/2c
Odd Lot Men's $3.00 Shoes and Oxfords _.. ______$2.19 Victor Drama 2 Reels Kerrigan"Smouldering:
Odd Lot Men's $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords ________$2.69 Fires" dainty patterns and colorings, 19 cent quality -

Odd Lot Men's $4.00 Shoes and Oxfords __ _______$2.99 Challenge Sale Price ____________________14'/2c
Odd Lot Men's $4.50 Shoes and Oxfords _________$3.29 Joker Comedy
PRINTED CREPES, this is the most beautifulline
Men's Shoes Oxfords _________
Odd Lot $5.00 and $3.69
4 "The Water Cure"Admission of pretty patterns and dainty coloringswe
have ever shown, a real 25c. value, Chal-
Challenge Sale on all Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords not lenge Sale Price __________________________12'/iC
included in the above. All new Spring Goods, such as
White Canvas and Buck. Patent Dull and Bright Kid. Special low Challenge Sale Prices on all of our higher
Free Until 6.30 P.1.
Also Gun :Metal in Pumps, Oxfords and High Shoes. Will Admission Nights, 5c. and 10 cents priced Wash Goods, even they are marked at prices never
all be sold at Challenge Prices. before so low.ovvell .

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THE DAILY I It is gratifying to note that the Tampa WARM: FEET AND COOL HEAD FOR RENT Furnished light house-
Times and the Tampa Tribune keeping rooms, for summer; low 1 ,
South Florida SentinelMORNING both agree on .I A board of health in Kansas sends rent; adults only. Also furnished
LITTLE SPURTS Perry G. Wall. warning thatIarch' is the month toI cottage. 10 W. Concord avenue.
AND WEEKLY ABOUT FLORIDA -Hooray for I be careful about pneumonia. It is an 3-25-3tc
W. M. GLENN ...................n.Editor Powell the mod- I ailment that has its biggest spread in I
I Ii
W. C ESSINGTON ......Buuiwu Manager ___
est. lie now issues an ultimatum !; this month, and also it is one thatI
that he the Wall I much
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florid was original man. brings mortality.
*. .. Second Class Mail Matter. Can you ever accuse Willis of being a | Rules are laid down to help one to
wall flower? Powell will hereafter I avoid the disease. There are seven of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES occupy the same position with Wallas I these rules as published. The seventh 1&Millinery,
Daily. 1 Year ....................... S5.00 House does with Woodrow Wilson. rule is the one in which we are in-
Daily. .6 Month.. 2.60 -The Free Press is rampant in I terested. It reads: f FOR SALE
... 1.25
Daily. :s Months
Daily. 1 Month .60Year quiet Miami this week.-Senator I "Keep your feet warm and your
Bryan is out for re-election and his head cool.
Week),.. 1 ._...... 11.00 logan is, "Confidence in me, my residence That rule covers all the others; i
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN in Jacksonville a misfortune." when you can do this you are in a
ADVANCETO -All unmuzzled dogs are now going good way. In the field of medicine it
to be shot in Arcadia accordingto is as big a thing as chartiy in another
ADVERTISERS: the Arcadia News, and we take it field. With warm feet and a cool
Copy for display... all .tbr hand-Mt that the News will continue to be un- head you don't need to call in the doc I !
advertising must be Sandra in at the business muzzled.-The Florida Bankers are
*Bce *f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... to meet this week in Palatka. That tor.But you may have to call him in to I A new two-story
This rule applies
t the* chances day for publication.contract advertising; it is town will now be flooded with the real get a pointer to enable you to keep modern
Invariable and win 1M strictly adhered to. dollar marks.-Plant City has ship- feet warm and head cool. If he will eight room
-- - -- -- ped more than $100,000 of strawberries. teach you how to do this he has imparted -I and dwell-
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued unique
Going some for any city.- to you a liberal education in
should notify the office writing on
the date of expiration otherwi.e it will be Rome cities are going to celebrate the art of healing.Mr. ing, with double
continued at the regular subscription rates Florida's birthday March 27 and some

Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is...received................... 24 and are not.still The in its state infancy.is 402-years The old St. and Mrs. C. B. Whittaker and I sleeping porches, The Knox Hat
daughter, Miss Hazel who have been modern and
I garage
Cloud Tribune wants a new A. C. L.
THURSDAY :\ 2;). 191;). spending several weeks in Orlando
depot, and recently published a photograph -
showing the beautiful edifice left yesterday for their homes in Oswego I butlers quarters, Charmingly characteristic aptly expresses -

In the first six months of the European that now graces that city. It looks N. Y. While here they made : very pretty location the creations put forth by this famous -
conflict the United States sold like a barn.-The Gainesville Sun several side trips to nearby towns.
about $400- recently printed an editorial called They will make stops at Daytona and overlooking .Lake house.. Our showings are a splendid
SELLING A BILLION 000,000 in "The Merchant and His Credits, St. Augustine en route North. criterion of what this high-class firm can
A YEAR IX WAR war supplies, which to our knowledge is five months Eola.. $4500.00 will
SUPPLIESnot taking old, having been sent to this office TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY buy this if taken produce, and our whole department is an
into consid- from a Northern syndicate.Petrograd exhibition and a Kaleidoscope of dainty
eration foodstuffs designed for civil- Fla., (St. Pete) has just in- now it is a bargain.SlDolive&Son.
ian populations but only army mate stalled a new gas plant owned by itself FURS left in M. E. church March 21. colors rarely ever equalled.. We need no

rials. By August lour trade will and is selling gas at $1.35 per Finder please leave at parsonage eulogies as to our prices.. The satisfactionof
reach $1,000,000,000, and unless something 1,000 feet which makes us believe I and get reward. 3-23-3t
occurs to check this phenomenal that all Petrogradians are laughingat our customers is sufficient proof of our
business three billion of dollars will the other's gas.-Scissors are WANTED TO TRADE nice grove I I price popularity.
have poured into the United States still noticeable in all of the Florida property for city property. Ad-
before the treaty of peace is signed. newspaper offices. Without them the dress P. O. Box 568. 4-25-6tc I
Even if the- war should stop right editorial columns of some of the jour- I
now our trade in the materials of nals would look like a deserted sheepfold -
war would soon reach a billion, for after a lion raid. WANTED-At once, white girl to
most of the great contracts are writ- o I cook for four gentlemen; good pay.
ten to be fulfilled without regard to THE RED SULTAN MENACES Apply *124 West Church street. .
of the and for 3-25-3t a 1 \
the course war run REAL ESTATENo.
two years or even longer. Y
Our gain would be even larger couldwe is reported that the deposed FOR SALE-Ford touring car. A-l 3 WEST PINE STREET
supply both sides. As it is, almost "Red Sultan" of Turkey Abdul Ham- condition; owner going North; 1913
nothing is going to the Teutonic al model; will sell for $225 worth dou-
id II., has escaped from his Young ; Second Floor
ble amount. Aply Nat Berman, 114
lies.The United States government offi- Turk captives and is with his admirers Orange 3-25-3t
cials are unable to give anything like of the Old Turk party. I avenue
correct of the trade in war -- -- --- --- -- - -----
figures With the allied fleet battering the
supplies. A large proportion how -
large it is impossible to say, goes to defense of the Dardanelles' and with \ !Lt
Canada first and is shipped from disorder and dismay holding sway .
there to England, France, Russia, or throughout the Turkish empire this
one of their allies. entirely creditable item of news
There is no penalty for misbilling
exports. Much gunpowder is going sesses peculiar significance.Will .

out in cases,marked sugar or salt especially the allies put the man whom .
through Pacific ports to Russia Lord Gladstone called "The Great I IAssassin"
by way of Vladivostok.In .
back the crescent
circles it on
the most authoritative
is estimated that the principal itemsin throne: ?
the four hundred millions 'of dol- It would be an act of political expe-
lars worth ordered here in the first
dience which would draw horrified
six months were: motor cars, $25-
000,000; arms, explosives and the like, protests from every land under the
$105,000,000; iron and steel, $65,000- sun, but the necessity of combating I
000; uniforms socks, sweaters etc.. pro-German influence in
$30,000,000; chemicals and hospital constantino-I Money to LoanIf
drive the allies
supplies, $6,000.000; soldiers' shoes, i pie may

harness$18.000,000 and; miscellaneous other leather products includingfood thing.A o I REAllY 0 WEAR\

supplies known to have gone to Daughter of the Revolution n'I
the armies, $160,000,000.It I
Mexico must in the language of theI
can be said without fear of con
tradiction that the allies have not day, be "some daughter." II Color Style and Fit
contracted for the entire output of: o you wish to borrow ,
the arms and ammunition factories of: money
There are no knockers in Orlando I
the United States, while scores of: all of us at the beginning of 1915 These are placed in their relative positionsfor
concerns are enlarging their plants re-\I and have the right kind of
and running three shifts a day to fulfill solved to be boosters! \ secur- this season.. Other seasons, style and

their foreign contracts. o fit before color.
WilY A BOY DOESN'T LIKE TO ity can accommodate you with-
Why not establish a "Bargain Day"in BE TEACHER'S PET I This season ,we can give you FIT,
Orlando? This is being done else- STYLE AND COLOR, for our stock is replete -
where,and is meet- In the April American MagazineEllis out any delay.s. .
with the "last word" in
RARGAINJAYS ing with much Parker Butler writes another positively
IN ORLANDO.' success. The shop- boy's story in his new series. In the Ready-to-Wear Garments.
pers get the advantage following extract he comments on
of reduced prices and the I teachers' pets: We have made a special feature of

merchants get; to sell goods that they I "Any fellow gets mad if he is called measurements outside of the ordinary t
would otherwise not sell. It is a good 'teacher's pet' even if he is teacher'spet.
proposition all around and the first A fellow can't help his teacher stock sizes, so are in better shape than

Monday of each month would be a liking him if she wants to, but he ever to give a PERFECT FIT.
suitable day for "bargain day." Each don't like to be called that. If a fellow -
merchant could afford to offer two is pretty bright and learns his Y. WAY
special bargains on a staple article lessons without killing himself over .
pnd without exception the customer them and don't get licked every dayor
would Snd many more visiting the so, he can't help it if his teacher
store. lets him carry her notes; but when
o the other fellows yell 'teacher's pet' Insurance and Real Estate Agent
Forced to resign because of ill at him they mean he's trying to be
health. President W. F. Blackman will her pet and that makes him; sore."

leave Rollins College at Winter Park. I PHONE 172
Prof. Blackman is one of the South's
great educators. Of course his placeas Doctors
the head of Rollins College can be
filled. The real concern is there i in Bnckiifastcr & Brandagc
relation to the health of this good and
useful man and his friends all over OSTEOPATHS 1 ll ,
the state hope it may soon be re- rhTL
stored.-Tarpon Springs Leader.A Personal instruction under Dr. Still =
Pr 14
o Mo.
at Kirksville 1
person doesn't 'always get "some- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I I
thing" just because it is coming to I
him. It sometimes happens that one National Bank. Phone 578. -LI,

has to be watchful and must do battleto ----- - ---

gather in his own. . . . . . . . .- . . . . . . . -;

In the language u of the poet and by t [ Vtc' .

the sign of the oldtimer, "spring have
came." Just how we found out we

are tell. not at liberty D just at present to THORNTON PARKis r

It frequently happens that the man .
who is carried away by his own en- .
thusiasm sometimes expects somebody but Lake Eola the .
else to carry him back. a step to beautiful new play
o If its Fashionable in New York, its

After a long and serious investigation ground of the city. here!

an Italian scientist has decided I
that dogs wag their tails for conventional -

purposes.- -- Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice

If business is dull try an advertis- lots now selling at low prices and special inducements
ing campaign. It has created busi- I t
ness for others and will no doubt
bring it to you. offered to those who build this season. '

the Short ground skirts, yet will they o be will six show inches two off Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or DICKSON YES CO. .

feet. Isn't it awful, \Iaud-Pensa-

cola Journal.It o ask your dealer.TAYLOR.

is hard to realize that a big. bull-
necked, pop-eyed, flat-nosed guy with
baby sandy show.A whiskers. once took a prize at a .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.

o .. ..

woman's idea of luck is to dish I
up a cold meal and hear no com- ! & THORNTON M ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
plaints. The Store of true service, of never-failing COur-

o tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise
Skirts are wider and shorter but I at right prices
the same dear old girls are in them.

Many wish some work, and a few

get along without doing either. .iCMMMIIIIIilllllllli "IIIIOlllllllr"I""I".t..I..I. . .:11,1 I -



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( i ttncln Snriet iiFAVORTE THEATRE ii LI "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U

GRANDTODAY Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.

DAR FOR THE WEEK OF charming dance and card party. The I Admission 5 Cents I El a 1 Mc
(ORLANDO'S SOCIAL WORLD home was tastefully decorated I .
throughout with brilliant yellow flow-
March 25:>> to 27 ers, the favorite color of the hostess. MltlOMIMIMMIitMliMTODAY'S
The music for the dancing was fur- I PROGRAM
Today nished by the negro musicians from ,
ternoon party at the Rosalindb the Poinciana cocoanut grove. Mr. I 3Reels3Rex.
; Mrs Slemons, chairman. and Mrs. Koehne are leaving tonight Drama. Ella Hall in "White 8 g
Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. L. B. Hall, for Orlando-Palm Beach Post. Roses."
tess. - I Imp. Mary Pickford in "The Dark
upils'' recital. Cathedral school. The Wednesday Card Club was Horse."
qual Suffrage League tea at home charmingly entertained yesterday afternoon Joker. Comedy. "The New But-
iMrs. T. Picton Warlow. at the home of Mrs. E. J'I "THE DERELICT"A ler," with Ernest Shields. Eddie Bo-
Here and There Club banquet. Temple, South Lake street. The ever i land, Betty Schade and Phil Dunham.
1 Friday interesting game of five hundred was I Five cents to all.
ullos Club entertained by Mrs. B. played. The hours were from 3 to 5 Kalem Special Feature O 0
[Buxton, at Oakland. o'clock.Irs., J. Ferris made the com- AN OPEN FACE WATCH
Irs. E. P. Monroe, hostess for the high score. The farewell meeting of plete in two Mr. G. I. Davis a prominent con- 11
r-Knot Club. the season will be with Mrs. J. A. I parts. tractor of Tallahassee, was among is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through fl

ew York and New Jersey Asso- Abberger, at her home on Liberty the business visitors to Orlando yes never misrepresenting, and selling at a moderate price, we have established
tion, at Tourist Headquarters. street, Wednesday, April 7th. .erday. He is an old friend of Mr. J. a clientele which we prize more than any One thin Let
W. White, who showed him a real live
Saturday -0- This the first time have us show you our Hue of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets, etc.
aturday Auction Bridge Club. There will be a bridge party at the city. is they
ntre Nous Club.A Rosalind Club this afternoon, game to met in thirty years, but they recog-
start at 3:30 o'clock. nized each other on sight, and when
--0-- ALLEN & CO. JEELERS.oissit
PERSIAN GARDEN -o- last seen by the Sentinel man were as ,
ROSALIND CLUB STATE REGENT D. A. R. happy as two school boys attendingtheir Ib
le Rosalind Club was the scenet URGES OBSERVANCE OF first circus. Mr. Davis is erect- : B- .d]
evening of a delightful concert FLORIDA DAY. Vitagraph Comedy-Drama. ing a large school building in Lees-
pared by Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, "From the Orlando reports I quotea burg, whcih will cost $33OuO. -
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Isted by Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, most interesting and appropriate --- --
rano; Miss Reba Hilborn, con- custom followed by that chapter each
Ito; Mr. Worthe Faulkner tenor, year in celebrating March 27, Florida '
Miss Roberta Branch, accompa- day, with an outing on the old Osce- LucerneTODAY OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
|t. The interest displayed in the ola trail. The chapter at Daytonaand
cert is an indication that Orlando New Smyrna meets on Florida Starting at 8.15 o'clock Mr. ti\ with only pure white lead and Pure

reciates such classical productions.th day for a similar outing, which is linseed oil .s a bass There are
[ such an array of notable talent sometimes held near the old historic 1 Joe Cheney will show his slides G cheapening substitutes, but not in
Orlando, public should be only too fort at New Smyrna."I I the
C4 paints sell.
we And let
ased to give its entire support to believe as D. A. R. we should I and motion pictures of the great us tell
shed concerts as the one rendered work for increased interest in the you it pays to buy such paint Just as
evening. Mr. Carr has a reputa- servance of this day. Every Ob-I Intercollegiate Meet in Winter .. -1 It pays to buy the best butter or
that is not confined to Orlando, in our state should appoint a 1 jvtllT PURE r' freshest CiiS.Orlando .
the rare entertainments, concerts, day committee and observe in a way Sports. During the showing of "THE );
musicales given under his direc- best suited not only for pleasure but I LEAD

|n are always eagerly attended and to suggest instructive and enjoyable ''these pictures, Mr. Cheney will BRIDE OF GUADELOUPE"A rnN Paint & Wall Paper Co .
peak for him the deserving praiset programs in the chapter and to coI I
is his by merit. Part one of thegram nerate with the schools in gaining: give an interesting lecture. 205 S. Oran Avenue
last evening was given by for Florida day the prominence it is > Domino special feature com-

[. and Mrs. Carr and Mr. Faulkner, due."There I' Positively a rare treat for Or- plete in two parts. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
they were generously applauded.rt is no more romantic history
two consisted of "In a Persian than that of Florida to be studied and lando theater goers. .
Irden," from the master lyric, the I celebrated. Indian, Spaniard, French
ubaiyat" of Omar Khayyam, Fitz- and English have all stamped their
aId's translation, and music by I impressions on its pages of history."It .
.a Lehmann. It was beautiful and i is most fitting that the D. A. R. "HELEN INTERVENES"A WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
audience was delighted with its should bring this day into greater
e presentation. I importance before the public and helpto Thanhouser Comedy. hear this before! Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
- I develop the historic sense and to | Something New !
Something new !
AND MRS. McLEAN I create in students more interest and HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" it. Ask About it.
TERTAIN.Ir. reverence for leading events and peo- I Lunch Try for the table. For for two for
Complete ready one, ,
put up
and Mrs. W. C. Mr Lean gave a I ple in state history."I .
I three or more
successful card partv at theire have become acquainted with the .
have stock of good things to eat on hand
Always a
on Liberty street, Tuesday even- decided interest which the chapters in THE VOLUNTEER
in honor of their brother and Georgia have manifested in the ob- POTATO SALADJ.
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. House, of servance of Georgia day. Let us
[lanta, Ga., who have been makingm closely follow the example of our Essanay Drama.
a visit. Four tables of players neighboring state. 10 cents 20 cents R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery

Ijoyed an interesting game of five "Mrs. G. C. Frissell state regent." Phone 26 &
ndred, at the close of which it was -0- FOUR BIG REELS
nd that Mrs. J. Ferris and Mr. FLORIDA D. A. R.
ewart Kivet had made high scoresd STATISTICS. There will be a sale of home
were presented with pretty 1 Nearly $-100 has been contributedfor cooked food Saturday and continuingall
izes. Following the card game the Southern mountaineer work. One of next week at Merck's drug 0
|stess, assisted by Mrs. House, hundred dollars also contributed for store under the auspices of the Ladies' 5 cents 10 cents Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Aid Society of the Baptist
ed escalloped oysters, saltines, ol- other educational work. a
2S, cakes and coffee. 1 Two hundred and twenty dollars, church, the purpose of which is to .
-Q-- and thirty new garments have been raise funds for the new Baptist
LVENTIETH CENTURYP.TJITENTERTAINED. given, and other pledges are to be received church. Cakes, candy, pies, etc.
later for the Red Cross fund. 3253tcMr. 1 ;
I The Twentieth Century Club was t One hundred and twelve dollars and
lost delightfully entertained yestery -, clothing has been given to the Chil and Mrs. T. F. Alexander, of FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
\ afternoon at the home of Miss dren's Home Society of Florida. Tampa, arrived in Orlando yesterday --- - ------ .
>pe Starbuck. The first reading of Framed copies of Allegiance to the I afternono. Mr. Alexander is here for
nnyson's Queen Mary was com- Flag have been placed in school rooms the purpose of attending a meeting of Established 1886 '
enced. Refreshments were served.e in every city in which chapters are the extension board of the Methodist
next meeting will be held' withrs. located. Portraits of George and church of this state, which convenedin
| Magruder at the Empire hotel. Martha Washington the Declarationof this city last evening. Mrs. Alex-
ose present yesterday were Mrs. Independenct, and many historical ander will visit her parents Rev. and
[hitman, :Mrs.! Dolhe, Mrs Magru- pictures also have been hung on the Mrs. J. B. Ley, for a week or two. CURTIS a O'NEAL
fcr, Mrs Kollock, Mrs Dow, and Miss walls of school rooms. I
emons. : :Many: public lectures on the flag
--o-- : and patriotic subjects in general have OSTEOPATHYDR.
BACHELOR GIRLS"INTERTAINED. I been given on appropriate dates ,
I Three years in succession Dr. LincolrHulley INSURANCE LOANS
]The "Bachelor Girls" were enter- of Stetson University, has
Lined yesterday at the home of Miss I{ been among the speakers. \
[avme Thornton, those being present i i Church services commemorating Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
|iss Augusta Wright: Miss Lillian [ Washington's birthday have been arranged Kirksville Graduate REAL; ESTATE RENTALS
lith Miss Jean Person. :Miss Alma by several chapters on the Consultation Free ,
[eLaney Miss Elizabeth Branham |Sunday. nearest the twenty-second cf Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
liss Vida Miller Miss Malone, and February each year. IIoteL
iss Edith Spencer, of Chicago, a I Forty-five medals and prizes have Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
est of Miss Thornton. Delicious been awarded for best essays on appropriate Orlando, Fla.WOOD.
freshments were served. The club I subjects in examinations in
(ill be entertained next week by Miss history.
[ida Miller. I Money and personal effort has been
- given to playground associations or
lOCIKTY NOTES committees in behalf of a "safe and For sale
)F INTEREST. I sane fourth.
Horace E. Alleman, son of Col. and Two flags have been presented to
Irs. Alleman will entertain the memrs I clubs of Boy Scouts.A $2.00 Per Strand C

of the junior class of the Orlandogh House eight rooms. Lot 65x167.. Price
Veneer CoresAT
school today at Wekiwa Springs. BOOK SOCIALThe
the entertainment will be in the na-
re of a picnic. The crowd intends Lake Jennie Jewel Union ALL TIMES $4500.00. A bargain.
depart at noon today, remaining church will hold a book social Friday
ntH evening. There will be seven evening at the home of Mrs. Spencer Orlando Wood YardB.
[utomobiles in the party. Braddock, Drennen Station. This social -
- I is primarily for the purpose of W. Kingsley, Proprietor
Mrs. William Louis Koehne enter- establishing a library and books are PINE STREET AND R. R. ,
tined a number of her friends at her desired from all who attend the meet- Telephone 344
[inter home, "Zila Villa." on the ing. In April a play will be given to 9-30
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New Low Prices

i i KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values

6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 32! INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

30 x 3y2 ________$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 4V2 ________527.35 28.70 5.20
Why not buy XX Casings with
a guarantee worth while and have
an end 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
to tire troubles
If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.

We Have a Service Station. All

PHILLIPS GARAGESI. Adjustments Made Here.

W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. i San Juan jj

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave Garage Company

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r CUT PRICES I I FOR RENT I I J 11m ber, I., it11 Mild aliiil es
summer, furnished or
I unfurnished, cozy bungalow for
TO GETREADY I, small family. 102 East Concard ave- -'c- : __
I nue. 3-23-Ct
i S I

[ CASH! FOR RENT From the first of April
to the first of December, a new
I II I house, furnished or unfurnished four
. I to eight rooms, to adults only. Use
The Morning Sentinel Want I of garage included. Address 213:

; 65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Ad Directory Medium is in the Orlando.Greatest Want Kidgewood avenue city. 3-23-3t U LAN"DO O
Brick Road.
FOR RE Furnished house or flat;
Terms Cash in Advance. gas, lights and bath; seven minutes .
5 Room House, close in. Easy walk to postoffice or theatre; low rentto
Terms. RATES small family. A. M. Callis, 403
For One Day ______________25t South Lake street. 3-20-6t
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________50c Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished,
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month ____________$2.50 for permanent occupancy, a modernsix
This rate applies on all ads of room house with bath; rent very
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- low to desirable people. Mr.J. L., 200 -
tains more than 25 words the rate West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w
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will be one cent per word for
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
terms. sertion.If veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
you can't bring your ad to Knox. 11-3-tf Ine tr t'
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts yor <<
the above. opened by telephone will be NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
payable the following day. to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Every Home-Every Business
Sentinel Want Ad.

. RENT-Fer the summer, five SNOWDENOrlando's
W.tkln. Block PHONE 504 room house furnished. Inquire 404 KINCAID ann
FOR SALE Gunby avenue. 3-24-3t

FOR SALE-On account of other important WANTED-Good boys about fourteen
FOR 90 PAYSYou business I will sell my years of age to carry paper routes.
grocery store, stock and fixtures, sit- Must have bicycle, and be familiar and Cheapest
can buy foundationstone uated on South Orange avenue. F. J. with names of streets in district of Largest
building blocks, side- Jones. 3-24-6t town to which he is appointed. Also
able to do good collecting. For infor-
walk tile, or anything In my FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome mation, address or call at this office.
line at reduced. Call around for small family; garden 3-24-tf FURNITURE HOUSECor.

and let me surprise you on growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow-
prices. ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion WANTED refined middle aged
avenue. 3-7-lmo woman to share the home of an
F. D. GORE, elderly couple as companion. 77, care Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
FOR SALE-Or to rent furnished, Sentinel. 3-23-6t
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. five room bungalow. 402 Gunby
avenue. F. W. McAuley 4 W. South WANTED-Ford car in good condi-
Nothing charged at these prIces.OSTEOPATH. street. 3-23-St tion. Address W. G. Geier, Win-
dermere Fla. Tel. 1019. 3-23-3t
FOR SALE-At a bargain if sold at
once new six room house; largelot WANTED refined elderly widow
garden, chicken yard garage. and daughter would like to care fora
Part cash and rest terms. Located furnished home during the summer
corner Columbia and Atlanta streets. for the rent. Address E. H., care of
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Call on T. C. Brannon at S. A. L. Sentinel. 3-20-6t

Office corner Orange Avenue andChirch freight depot. 3-23-6t LOAN WANTED-Three thousand Clearance Sale

St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE-Modern home; eight dollars for a client; ample security;
dwelling and lot in desirable residen-
Phone 419. rooms and bath; orange trees and
large oak; seven minutes walk to tial section of the city. Apply P. O.
postofTice. Bargain. Inquire owner, Box 122. 3-24-3t
112 East Pine. 3-21-lmo OF
An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For at Robinson's Studio. 33tfI
[LPRODUCTS Syracuse or Rochester property,
house at 210 South Main street. Also HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction -
house and small grove on Lakeview nor any city lots outside of
The Wakefield Preserving Com- avenue. Inquire of owner, 419 Mar- the corporation, though I have some Gas HeatersHaving
street. splendid building lots Lake Eola
garet 3-21-Gt near ,
pany of Geneva, Fla., had a display of and they will be priced on their mer-
orange grapefruit and guava Jellies FOR SALE-A Clark's one horse cut- its. See the owner and save commis-
harrow U-tooth cultivator sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
away ; a -
and Preserves at the County Fair
; a farm harness; all just as goodas 2-26-lmo
that were admired by all who saw new, for sale; low price. W. J. a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
them. Barber, Orlando. Just south of Dren- For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -
nen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw : go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf the to close them
This company now has a: display in ry through coming summer we are going

our window. Be sure to see it. BARGAIN building, if lots sold on at once Amelia, two avenue choice, N. SEYMOUR CONTRACTORR. is the man to see out during the month of March at the following prices: '

Colonial Park. $275 each; or on time before letting contract, if are
you going
$300 each at 6 per cent. interest. to build and want the best house
TOURISTSshould Owner Box 694, Orlando, la. possible for money invested.P. Heaters for $6.80
3-21-6t O. Box 195. LPhone 478. $8.50
take some of this Florida Fruit FOR SALE-Six] room house, bunga- 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
low style, two porches, trunk room, BUYERS A SELLERS
home with them.CARUTHERS. gas and electricity. This month cheap. I buy, sell rent and exchange real .
Ten minutes walk to the postoffice.M. estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
E. II., Sentinel. 3-19-6tc over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see m-=.
& GORE, FOR SALE-At a bargain if sold 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
at once, house of seven rooms;'
screened porch, bath, trunk room,and Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
large closets and electric lights; "
gas 3-3-tf
splendid location; five minutes from AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.
New Modern Grocery postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire BUYNOW
Owner 312 North Main. 3-18-12t

Phone 200 LOOK-18 Also! furnished fine city or lots unfurnished for sale. A BargainLot

houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, own-
6 and 8 East Pine St. er, 215 South Main street, opposite
Methodist church. Phone 99.


FOR SALE-A good work horse;
Drlan 0W guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- overlooking Lake
as inRton quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A. GAS DEPARTMENT
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo Lucerne, $1.600. Must

FOR SALE OR RENT-Twe story be seen to be appreci--
cottage, seven- rooms and bath,
modern conveniences roomy porches,
DRAWING ROOM excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. ated. Call

Sleeping Car 2-23-tf I.
FOR SALE-One acre; forty bearing
trees; a good house; my wife andI It Is Time '
are making a living on it. Come Pulley's Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStoreHas
First Car on March\ 16 and see what Florida will produce.
Easy terms to purchaser. W. J. To Plant Vines
Barber Orlando Fla. Just south of
VIA Drennen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw CARLREAL DANN always on hand a large and well selected

Bignonia stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
Wall Finishes and Painters
Atlantic Coast Line equipped; speedcmeter Presto tank, Vinesta Brushes, Supplies.
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
Railroad of the South BougainvilleaPalms

Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. FOR SALE-story & Clark upright and Ferns ALWAYS GLAD TOIISEE YOU ATFINLEY'S
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Weeks in the recent contest will be PIONEER
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano may be seen
SaturdaysLeaving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VIOLET DELLGARDEN EOltE 67 Corner Pine and Court
Weeks, 10 Washington street.

Orlando on Train 82, 1-13-tfc
a. m. Wednesdays, FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar
days and Saturdays.For in A-l condition; cheap for
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Reservations and Tickets
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. .. & FLOWER CO.
Agent.call on A. C. L. Local Ticket 1-4-tf 509. 408 South Lake St. 'Th.e' 1r3etOF

and tools, best farm in countv; variety -
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
to-date buildings. etc. Room 3, Rock
Dr. S. S. Jones
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own- All kinds of cut Flowers for sale. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

er. 1-16-tfc Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carna- CHIROPRACTOR Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of tions, Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easttr graduate Davenport College, 17 and I Everything screened away from the files and kept fresh

the most important items in success- I Lily Plants 2, 3, 4 and 5 buds to a 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone fir:*! prrp.
ful growing of fruits and vegetables. 209. Intelligent people everywhere We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
Talk with H. C. McDaniel. He has I plant.I restored health chiropractic
are being to by .
DR. L H. RAMSDELL in the Meat Lice.
made of everything
a success growing both. He adjustments, the new scienceof i
OPTOMETRIST sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"I PHONE 6771JACKSONVILLE removing the cause of disease. Examination :

ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE thing brand.to His you.experience Phone 708.is worth some- I free. 12- 4-1mo H.: jVT.: Self & CO.
AND DO ALL KINDS OF 2-26-lm I Umbrellas recovered and repaired i II PHONE NO. SO' PINE STREETr
OPTICAL REPAIRING Don't overlook the want ads. 2021 Main St. Florida "while you wait" at Young's Repair J
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc


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W. C. T. U. STATE PRESIDENTSTO GO TO IT, BOYS! : LETTERS TO THE SENTINELA i tourists, and also those of moderate also danger to health. Monkeys frequently .

[ From I ASSEMBLE IN JACKSONVILLE I I means, demand it. The majority of die of lung trouble.K. .
I Tell me not in mournful prating : Plea for the Creatures of the people like to start out on the impulse L. B. DAVIS.
Win I Boosting's but an empty sham, Woods of the moment sometimes, and
I For the Grouch's I' I
rmere always berating
somewhere quickly. A long strollor APPRO'EPPLICATIOX TO ORGANIZE
Jacksonville, March -Not only Isn't worth a tinker's "d-m." Orlando the Beautiful does not get -
will the meeting here this week of the Boosting's real, boosting's earnest, I II I a brisk walk is healthful, but is NATIONAL BANK
indermere, Fla., March 23.-Miss I And the grave can never down need a zoological department in its liable to become monotonous. Peopleof AT KISSIMMEE
state presidents of the Women'sChristian A fellow always doing his durndestTo Let I
park improvements.
>'e Johnson who has spent the I all classes also like to see and be
talk his home
own town.
ter with her grandparents, Mr. Temperance Union of the Not hammering up and not sorrow !wild animals enjoy their freedom, or seen, to meet people in public convey- \"ashington.-The comptroller of
Mrs. Frank Smith, has returned Southeastern States be an important'I'I Is our destined end and way kill them if you must, but do not sub- ances without being obliged to become the currency has approved an application -
er home in Cleveland. She was session in that it will bring promi- I But to talk the town tomorrow i"mit them to slow torture by deprivingthem acquainted with them, to go quickly I for permission to organize the

mpanied as far as Kissimmee by nent women here, but it is consideredas I Talk Will is be cheap better but than necessary today., I of their liberty by confinementin from one part of the city to another First National Bank of Kissimmee,

s Elizabeth Palmer and Mr. M. a great honor by the workers in I j And without its helpful wave close quarters, especially within otherwise than in their own convey- Fla., with $50,000 capitaL
aughn. the movement in this state that Flor- ;i i Towns grow quiet and so dreary, 'I sight and sound of the beautiful verdure -| ance and which many do not possess. Those finacially interested are E.

r. and :Mrs. A. A. Dorn and :Mr. ida should have been selected as the I In They a town's soon broad totter field to their of battle grave., I and lovely bird songs of Orlando. This inland city of unlimited possi- L. Lesley, G. T. Singletary, O. Bass

Mrs. M. E. Read had a very de- first state in which to be held the first I I In its larger civic life, I Add more water fowl to your little bilities is not handicapped as another i B. C. Miller, and W.1.. Davis.
tful automobile trip down the of the series of these meetings Imitates that kind of cattle !I lakes, but let the wild animals little Florida city is by being not "wedded I I
t Coast as far as Miami, return- planned of state presidents of the va- Who "butt in" and join the strife. j i and big, go free. Let there be one ; to its idols" but to its unlimited sup- (I JERSEY CHURCH CONFERENCE
|last Friday. rious districts of the union, the sec- I Let Beat no you man pulling, however for gassy your town city where children can be taught { ply of "chanticleers," who render I I Newark, N. J.-The 58th annual
and Mrs. H. C. Ellison of in the Talk it kindness to animals without seeing : nights a burden and sleep impossiblein
r. ond of the series to be held strong and talk it sassy, session of the Newark conference of
.eland, and Mrs. B. W.Brown" of West during April.It I Blow it far and all around. the lesson refuted the next moment. j! even the best residential part of the Methodist Episcopal church will
Lives of all great towns remind us I II the city, and which loses for them
ware were registered at Rosse is expected that several of the I We can make our town sublime, I Concentrate your park system as convene WeHesday, under the direc-
Inn last week. state presidents of the district will And by boosting leave behind us I near the center of the city as possible, hundreds of tourists every winter to tion of Bishop Theodore S. Henderson -
of Miss sessionto i Lungprints the sands of time. add merry-go-round, if advisable, other parts of Florida.
party of ladies consisting begin to arrive tomorrow, the on a of Chattanooga Tenn. Social
th, Mrs. II. McMillen, Mrs. E. be convened Wednesday and to 'I Lungprints that perhaps some other I but it hardly seems necessary where'! Pardon the digression from subject service, pensions for retired clergymen -
Sailing by this noisy plain,
Herm, and Mrs. N. :Moses who : continue through Thursday.The I Though a quiet timid brother, the tourists are mostly grown up. ; first mentioned. Will merely add that and evangelistic work are the
.all spending the winter,in Eus- states included in the South- I Hearing shall take heart again. I People visit the ostrich farms in''' notwithstanding the large amount of main subjects for discussion at this
motored over to lunch at Rosse eastern district are those south ofMaryland Let us then be up and boosting; nearby cities but once as a usual : room allotted to each animal in Bronx year's conference.To .
Inn last week.r. and west to Missouri, in- I, With a heart for ayn fate; thing, but prefer meeting in parks and Central parks. New York city,
Cut out knocking, grouching, roasting,
and :Mrs. W. S. Brown and Dr. clusive: and it is expected that not Wake up, hit a livelier gait. where a band occasionally adds inter- j there was considerable discussion in correct an Impression that our
Mrs. J. A. Thompson spent last only will all of these state presidentsbe -Exchange. I est. some of the papers last year in regardto Challenge Sale closed Saturday nightwe
rsday in Florence Villa. in Jacksonville for the conference, Some time in the not too distant the inhumanity of keeping wild an- want to say that the Big Sale lasts ..
all this week and maybe next weik.
[r. F. A. Rigsby and wife, of New I but that most probably Miss Anna A. Mr. Frank T. Graham, the popular !future Orlando must have some meth- imals in confinement, and also the The charct-s: for good bargains are
k city, and Mr. M. G. Pierson and I Gordon, national president, will be traveling representative of the Tampa od of quick transportation. Wealthy brutalizing effect upon children and better this week than ever. 23-6t
Tribune, was the visitors to
of Detroit, who are spending here.All I Orlando yesterday.among Mr. Graham was i
winter in Oakland, lunched at of the temperance workers of I here in the interest of his excellent
smore Inn last week. the state are invited to be here. I publication, and reaps a harvest in I
r. and Mrs. F. Walker, who have The meetings will be in the charge' this section, for which we are pleased,
for there is none better in the state.
nnter home in Orlando, enter- of :Mrs. Sara H. Hoge, of Lincoln, Va.,
led a party of friends at lunch at who is president of the Virginia Wo Mrs. George Pierce returned from I Pur-e Ice Creat11

smore Inn last Friday. men's Christian Temperance Union Orlando yesterday, where she has
r. and Mrs. A. A. Doin, of Cleve- and who also is national recording I been visiting Mrs. Bert Humphries I
who have built a winter homeare secretary of the organization. I for the past week. Mrs. Humphriescame 0)
I back with Mrs. Pierce. Theyare
returning to their Northerne i Those who will attend include: at the Tampa Bay hotel. Mr. When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make
| today.rs. Mrs. Annie K. Weisel, of Birming- Pierce and :Mr. Humphries are pitchers -
F. A. Look, Vineyard Haven, ham, president of Alabama. on the Chicago National League CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties in all
Mrs. Florence Lewis, Geneva, team. They will remain here until you don't believe that we take
ps.; :Mrs. :Minnie U. Rutherford of Magazine the club starts North late this month. flavors and special moulds.
r.; Mrs. M. J. C. Neill, Fall River, president of Arkansas.Mrs. -Tampa Tribune. the greatest care in its manuM'e make our Ice Cream from
s.; and Mrs. W. S. Bateman, of : Julius Magrath, of Oxford, facture come up and watch us EASTER LILLIES
art, R. I., motored over from coresponding secretary of Georgia.Mrs. I Dr. and Mrs. Julius King, of Cleve- make it. You will be surprised tubercular tested cows. All utf
ndo last week and lunched at : Frances E. Beachamp, of Lex- land, 0., and Mrs. E. C. Smith, of cans, moulds and everything RABBITS
Inn.number Chautauqua, N. Y., who are spend- at the care every detail is given.
smore of .
ington, president Kentucky.Mrs.
ing the winter months at Orlando, used in the manufacture of our EGGS
of Windermere people Abner Cary McKinney, of motored to Kissimmee Saturday withS. Any kind you want, any time
ded the ball game in Orlando Preston, president of Louisiana.Mrs. . S. Griffin, representativeelectfrom you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilPISTACnlO BRICKS

Wednesday among them being S. E. Stanley, of Booneville, Valley Orange Gazette. county.- Kissimmee from a quart up. ized.
ced Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Palmer president of MississippL BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
and Mrs. H. C. Luff, Dr. J. H. Mrs. T. Adelaide Gordon, of Ral- You are cordially invited to
nson, Mr. II. II. Williams, Jr., Mr. eigh, president of North Carolina. TRAFFIC inspect our factory at any

Mrs. Verne Lee, Dr. and Mrs. II. Mrs. Joseph Sprott, of :Manning, time. In fact anything you want. .
I Older, and Dr. and Mrs. J. A. president of South Carolina. London.-The Zeeland Steamship
company has decided, Reuter's
mpson. :Mrs. Sara H. Hoge of Lincoln, dispatch from Flushing says, to suspendall
president of Virginia.Mrs. its freight traffic between Holland
IPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS PARTY Lena Lowe Yost, of Morgan- and England beginning Monday.
NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC town, president of West Virginia. Hereafter the company's vessels will HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
[AST LINE TUESDAY NIGHT carry only passengers and mail.
Miss :Minnie E. Neal, of Jackson-
ville, president of Florida. JOIN DUVALL PARTY TO NEW '
Mrs. Ella B. Black, of :Mims, national YORK. NIGHT OF 27th. SPECIAL OItllllllDIIIOIDIIIIIMMIIIIIIMIIMI
PER., 3-18-tfc superintendent of work among j COACH VIA ATLANTIC COAST I'I PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
$17.60. PHONE .
I .n.
11 round money getters-want ads. foreign speaking people. 3-18-tfc I
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We are living progressive times and being aware of it, we have decided to reduce our commission on all city properties

over two thousand (2000.00 dollars, from five per cent. to two and a half (2 1-2) per cent., and on all country propositionsabove (oJ

four thousand [$4CGO.CO] dollars, from ten percent 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 t I

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 p?"rticular. We shall very gladly explain our plan to any

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

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

investors, but both of them can rely on perfect honorable dealing with the company and their interests will be under: all

circumstances, taken care of, and their transactions willcarry a Bank Guarantee.To .

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

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


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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO

Total Responsibly::
$25,00.00 paid up

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Rev. Crawford Jackson, general .
secretary of the Juvenile Protecitve
y Association of the South, with head-
r Y quarters in Atlanta, and who has been
instrumental in forming branch asso-
ciations and the juvenile court and
fegv4J TiY13 PRUDENT



> **3e" sfi e *f"v BAN/ rC
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Money deposited here and left untouched for .. ,,

6 or 12 months earns with absolute safety per
cent-the security back of it is unquestioned. y7i2 2' s lI

"Safety to the depositor" is the guiding prin-

ciple in this Bank of Service and Progress-a prin-
The Rev. Crawford Jackson
that has built of the largest Banksin
ciple up one probation system, which dealt with
this part of the country. A principle that will 9,375 delinquent children in 1914, is in _- -
Orlando, and will address a mass A
continue to build up the business because it will meeting of interested citizens, ladies
and gentlemen, in the city council
be faithfully followed in the future as it alwayshas chamber at 3 p. m. today. Mayor JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

been in the past. Sperry: Jackson will preside.Mr. has.been instrumentalalso MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MONEY -

in securing legislation in six HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH T A
Southern States for the juvenile court
The State Bank oi Orlando Fla.


Mr. G. R. Croft, of Winter Garden, c
was a business transactor in the coun- TOMER.
ty capital yesterday.

I I Miss Clara Phillips, of Tampa, is Peoples National Bank"IT
in Orlando on a visit to her friend,
Mrs. H. E. Hester, 410 North Orange

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Draddock are
in Orlando. Mr. Braddock is cashierof
the East Coast bank, at Daytona

Summer Cooking I IShouldn't Beach. 4

Mr. E. A. McKoy, president of the
Cook McKoy Land company, who has been
spending the past two weeks in Or-
lando looking after the affairs of his
the Cook in this section, left last
company night for Chicago. Daily reading of Sentinel ads is r{ :Mr.: George T. Smith, of Atlanta, :Mrs. P. T. Thraop and dauJ)
sure profit. Don't pass that part of I I representing the American Soda Miss Lulu Throop and Mrs. B. T|
Getting dinner ready the paper by. I Fountain company, of Maine, spent vine and her two little daughters,]
-- Transients registering at the San | yesterday in Orlando on business. have wintered in Orlando sine
in July! is just as com ---- Juan hotel yesterday include John B. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Richardson, of first of the year at 301 Liberty iI
1l Seckinger, Tampa; W. F. Hitchcock, Peru, Illinois, arrived in Orlando yesterday Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cooter and I I left yesterday for their home in L
fortable in November
as f Peoria, 111.; W. E. Witherspoon, New afternoon on the Tampa Spe- daughter Miss Mira who have been vine Tenn. This was their first]
-if use a York; \V. F. Bleekman, Daytona, and cial. They expect to remain here fora visiting in Orlando for several weeks, ''to this section andhey were so
you Cranford Jackson, Atlanta.Mr. couple of weeks before continuingtheir left yesterday afternoon for theirS : ly pleased that they have plann
FLORENCE OIL journey southward. i home in Chicago. come agani next fall.
and Mrs. Abram C. Mott and
COOK STOVE. "The Turxiag Point in Oil Stove History" Mrs. J. Wesley Durham, Philadelphia,
Pa., wer among the arrivals in Or-
The !he:tjmcs into the FLORENCEOil lando yesterday. They are making
their headquarters at the San Juan
cooking, not into the hotel. W .t ..n.s
Cook Stoveswork
kitchen. It docs your
Mr. J. C. Hardwick, the popular \
well and reliably, "Look for the Lever" representative of C. B. Witt company, (Ideal
- - Tampa, who has spent the past three f
and l
keeps you com- days in this section hustling trade for Fount Pen
fortable. It requires l le.s watching and regulatingthan his house, left yesterday 'for Sarasotaon "kn
a similar mission.

a coal stove. r hisPen and Ink th
..' Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Edwards, of provide <
You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor Butler, Pa., were among the arrivalsin .. W deei r tried and Successful MaleriaJ

merely simmering flarne. the Orlando Atlantic yesterday Coast Line afternoon from Jack-over 1 \ for all writing
j purposes
sonville. They are making a tour of
Come in and Lt: us show you how these Florence South Florida and will leave here to- 1irI I

Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable. morrow Wauchula..
_, w. d 7 .. nwGV o0
No Jficks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once Mrs. Eva Asberry and sister, Miss
I Barnhill of Marshall, Mo. who
started, each burner xvia:1 keep going at the same have Ruby a winter, home in Kissimmee, Sold and personally guaranteed byMcELROY'S

until j it visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mooney at
power you turn oat.PERFECTLY.
411 North Orange avenue, jesterday.
SAFE / They were delighted with Orlando.Mr. PHARMACYBank

and Mrs. Henry W. Colley, of
Read adv. in Saturday Evening Post. Providence, R. I., who have been visit-
ing points of interest in the southern
See it operating in window. part of the state, have arrived in Or-
lando to spend some time and are
pleasantly located with the Misses '
McKee, 418 South Main street. I'

Oscar Hand
& Son Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Hall, of
Jamestown, N. Y., were among the
tourists who have been sojourning in organizd April 16th, 1906 ..
the southern part of the state, reach-
WEST PINE ST. ing Orlando jesterday. They are STATEMENT OF TilE CONDITION.THE I
homeward bound and will spend a ; -f x'I
week or so in and around this section. ORLANDO .BANK AND TRUST CO. ,..
t '

MtlltMtltttMMIIiitMMMIIIIIilllllllMIMMGive Mr. George R. Simmons and par- At the Close of Business )March, 1913. Condensed ry,4i'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Simmons, .
arrived in Orlando from St. From Report to Comptroller.
yesterday -
r Your Wife Petersburg where they have been -

a I spending the major portion of the Loans and Discounts ____1__________$371,679.00 !' "
winter and will week this
section before going spend to a their home in in Overdrafts ________________________ 1,001.75 fi

Good Watchand NorthvilleIich.. Stocks and Bonds __________________ 24,668.33 t
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures__ 41,857.86 t"k''
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Smith, of ,
Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95 4
Des Moines, Iowa, were arrivals in r _
see how it will harmonize the workings of your Orlando yesterday from the North- t
west. They say that the winter in $749,973.89s -
household. the North continues to be exceptionally -

bad and that they will escape the Capital Stock ______________________$100,000.00
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- worst of it by remaining in Florida '
cntil the middle of spring.C. Surplus and Undivided Profits ____ 33,970.44

orative piece of jewelry, tp be worn on festive occasions M. Hall accompanied his parents, Dividends Unpaid _________________ 52.00 y

and laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Hall, to Or- Bills Payable ____________________ None ',
lando this where they will
be few days before to their Re-Discounts ____________ _______ None
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera a !
home in the North. Mr. Hall, Jr., will DEPOSITS ____________________ 615,474.52

practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand return to to spend the Sunshine the spring City.season lie here.expects Due to banks__________________ 476-93 -, t 1

use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or -St. Petersburg Sun.

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

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 upT.D.EVANS' C. VATER I t -

....THE GERMAN JEWELER... O1h1auo Bank & Trn t C ill

repairing I make,a specialty!All grades in fine American watch, If n any

f Swiss, Engli>h watches: also Jewelry -
and Spectacle, expert in this

line. All repairs guarauteed.
Opp. Post Office; Pine Street
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