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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 26, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00518
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1915. NUMBER 37.

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SIDE AT TIME OF SURRENDER -
Uzzok Pass Are Progressing
DIES
PROGRESSO OF U. S.
Fa'orably-U. S. Will Discuss Gary, Ind.-Col. John II. Fells, 84
years old, who commanded a regimentof
British Note West Virginians in the Confederate WAS UNATTENDED A
army during the civil war, died
Today ORDERED TO OBSTRUCTANY here today at the home of his daughter HONOR COMES TO ORLANDOIN

Mrs Albert Garver. Col. Fells

London, March .-The steamer NEW MOVEMENTOF was at Gen. Lee's side when he sur- MORE WAYS -

Media has been sunk in the English CARRANZA rendered to Gen. Grant at Appomattox. THAN ONE ENTHUSIASM AND SPIRIT

Channel off Beachy Head by the Ger- Orlando Life In
man submarine U-28. The captain of FEATURED BANQUET

the utes U-28 time gave to take the to crew the fifteen boats. min-The U. S. DEMANDS A REPARATION KAISER FROM TAKES KOENIGSBERG ART TREASURES PALI SENATOR WEEKS A POSSIBILITY ParagraphFLORIDA LAST EVENING

submarine then fired gun shots and ACE TO BERLINGeneva ,
Switzerland.The German
sent the :Media to the bottom. ,
The Media was a comparativelynew Of Mexican Government for In- emperor has ordered the removal to I Massachusetts Senator May Be STATE HORTICULTURAL BARONS LEAVE ORLANDO TODAYIn
Berlin of valuable paintings and SOCIETY
of
steel screw steamship 5,437
gross tons.London dignities to the Stars and estry from his mountain castle tap-I G. O. P. Choice in 1916- The railroads are going to give a

Stripes-No ApologyYet Koenigsberg on the Alsatian I Lived in rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the Fast Game Barons Beat the
the Vosges mountains. Recently Formerly
horti-
March 25.The admiralty round trip to all attending the
it has to French aviators flew over the impe- cultural meeting at Tampa, April
announces that good reason Made OrlandoThe Havana Reds in Last Gameof
believe that the submarine U-29 has rial summer residence, which formerly i 13th to 16th. All ticket: agents will
been sunk with all hands. belonged to a king of France. I be advised of the rate and tickets will the Season-Score
Washington, March 25.-The bat- Sentinel and Orlando generallyis go on sale April 12th to 15th, and for
Russians Making Progress tleship Georgia has been ordered to SWEDISH STEAMER SEIZED AS suite interested in the fact that all trains due to arrive in Tampa by Was 2to1

Petrograd, March 25.-An official Progresso from Vera Cruz. A PRIZE BY BRITISH I lIon. John W. Weeks, now U. S. sen- noon of April 16th, with a final limit

statement issued tonight says: The dispatch of the battleship is Sunderland, Eng. -The Swedish ator of Massachusetts, is very promi- of April 20th for return.W. On the eve of their departure for
"We are progressing in front of partly accounted for in a statement steamer Goosebridge, with a cargo of nently mentioned as a probable Republican H. Brokaw has application Birmingham the Barons were ten-
and west of Middle Niemen. from Admiral Caperton, in charge at iron ore, was brought into Sunderland nominee for president in blanks for membership at his office. dered farewell banquet at the San
a
"On the Carpathian front in the di- I Vera Cruz, which says that Governor today by a British prize crew. 1916. -0-- Juan hotel last
evening
rection of Bartfeld and Uzzok we are Alvarado, an appointee of Carranza, The Goosebridge sailed from San- :' Senator Weeks was a former resi- ORLANDO WOMAN SHARES IN I ty-five being present at nearly the seven"beef
advancing favorably. We gained a I has seized the Yucatan railroad and tander, Spain, and her cargo is pre- dent of Orlando and was married $625.000: ESTATE i steak" dinner. The Rev. Dr. Jno. W.
decisive and very important successin the seizure is regarded as indicating sumed to have been destined for Ger- here to a daughter of lion. John G. Chicago, March 25.-Special( to the : Stagg presided as toastmaster and in

the Lupknow district, taking by as- some new movement by Carranza to many. !I Sinclair.lIe Sentinel.-The late Jacob Rehm left I his inimitable manner presented a
sault the most important Austrian obstruct the shipment of hemp to the I' was connected with the real estate an estate of $625,000, according to his score of late jokes and stories.
positions in the Beskid mountains. I United States. OLSSON SAILED FROM GALVESTON firm that had its office on the will just filed for probate. Amongthe I The "Doctor" said he had been ev-
The sending of the Georgia is taken WITH 4.000 BALES j Bank and
'I' corner where the Orlando large bequests is $30,000 to Mrs. erything from devil in the St. Louis
Reply Will Be Discussed j to mean that the United States will OF COTTON 'I Trust company is now located, the Tillie Rehm, of Orlando, Florida, the'' Globe-Democrat to a baseball player
Washington, March 25.The replyof employ that vessel and the Des Galveston.-The American steam firm membership consisting JohnG. widow of his son, Charles Rehm. and knew how the Barons felt in
the administration to Great Brit- Moines and Brutus, which are now schooner Oliver J. Olsson, Hanssen Sinclair N. Y. Mills, T. C. Gray -0-- stealing a good base off the Board of
ain's order of council will be finally there, to force Carranza to continuethe master, and Janssen first officer, has and John W. Weeks.Mr. JOE CHENEY DREW LARGE AUDIENCE Trade. He introduced Judge J. M.
discussed at a cabinet meeting tomor- trade in hemp with the United sailed from Galveston for Bremen I Weeks built the house on Lake who in semi-
Cheney, responded a
row, and immediately thereafter it States. with 4,000 bales of cotton. j I Cherokee (then Lake Minnie) now occupied The Grand theatre was largely at- serious vein and accused Dr. Stagg of
will be dispatched to Earl Grey.It I by Mr. Hoskins, and lived tended last evening by an appreciative stealing all his stories.
is learned that the note admits Asked to Make Reparation PRZEMYSL NOW PERMYSL there two years. audience that listened to Joe!! The Judge was followed by Umpire
the impossible demand from Great Washington, March 25.-The state Petrograd.-One of the first acts of About 1900 Mr. Weeks went to Bos- Cheney in his illustrated lecture con- Scotti Chestnutt, who proved to be
Britain of a strict; definition of the department, according to Secretary the Russians after taking possessionof ton and since then his career has been cerning winter sports in the White : some orator. The gentleman "ump"
blockade and this government is itself Bryan, has made to the Mexican gov- the fortress of Przemysl was to remarkable. He has represented a mountains. The views were excellentand ran for lieutenant governor of Ala-
not able to make such; definition. ernment a demand of reparation for change its name to the Russian formPerm'sl. congressional district in congress several the program was well received. : bama some monthe ago and showed

The note makes stronger presentation the indignities to the American flag I II I terms and in 1912 was elected -0-- I I his ability as a vote getter for he
of the facts as to the trade of which: was pulled down from the I I I to the U. S. senate, suceeding Senator CITY TAXES MUST BE PAID I(!drew genuine applause. He told of
America with neutrals and unblock- house of McManus when he was mur- NEW AUTO EXPORTS RECORDAll Crane. C. A. Boone states that all city the beauties of Orlando and said all
aded ports than was made in the December dered. I I The many friends of Senator Weeks taxes must be paid on or before April the Barons were disappointed in leaving -
note of this government to I His house was looted by Zapatistastwo records for motor vehicle exports -' regardless of party lines wish him I 1. There is a great amount of taxes the city for Birmingham.CoL .
Earl Grey. New and forcible arguments weeks ago. in one month were broken dur- I I well, and if a Republican is to be i vet unpaid on the books and Mr. Watson told a few stories and
have been utilized by the ad- The facts in the case of McManusand ing January last, when 1,803 passenger elected no one will suit Orlando better Boone is very anxious to have them was followed by II. C. Vance, sporting -
ministration to show Great Britain's the flag, the state departmentsays cars worth $1,213,153 and 936 i than Senator Weeks. all in by the last of this month. editor of the Birmingham News
disregard for the rights of American are known at the White House, commercial vehicles worth $2,545,527, I Mr. Hardy C. Garrett, who residedin I Vance had plastered the state of Ala-
commerce in the pending cases of the although there has never been an offi- were sent abroad. This is an increaseover Orlando at the same time that Senator bama with Orlando publicity, but that
Wilhelmina and Mammarcas. The cial statement that this governmenthad January, 1914, of 212 vehicles Weeks did, and who like him I IMPROVEMENT; OF FOREST SERVICE he wished the Board of Trade had let

rise originated with the seizure of demanded reparation for insultto and an increase in value of $1,609- I later became a citizen of Massachusetts ELDRIDGE-S PLAN him in on the "secrets" as he was unprepared -
the vessel at Kirkwall about a month the flag. 793, or more than 71 per cent. The is now visiting in Orlando. for an oration.
rgo. Since then this government has The official facts of the flag inci- increase is due entirely to motor i lie is an enthusiastic supporter of Washington, D. C.-I. F. Eldridge, Everything was served at the banquet -
rot been able to get any definite information dent were obtained from the state department trucks, of which only 45, valued at Senator Weeks and says the Senator superintendent of the Florida national from grapefruit to cheese, and it

with respect to the vessel's records today with the per- 74,491, were exported in January last will almost certainly be the Repub- forest, is here and the forestry ser- was a fitting farewell for the Barons
detention. mission of Secretary Bryan to show year. lican candidate for 1916. vice is working on a plan to exchange who have met with a cordial greeting
The Wilhelmina and her cargo have them. government land for state owned and
in the and to return
city are expected
been tied up for many weeks and the On March 11 the Brazilian minis- I privately owned land in the forest re
United States has not been able to ter at Mexico City reported that notwithstanding serve. If this can be worked out it next year.
MAYOR SPERRY ELECTEDPresident HENRY VAN BUSKIRK DEAD The Barons depart today for Ala-
get the case expedited in court. the American flag was will accomplish the highly desired bama and will play several exhibition
The note takes absolute issue with flying over the house and McManus' purpose of combining Florida forest
the British government on the doc- house sealed by the Brazilian consul, I I reserve in one compact body. At the games en route. The training season
has been highly successful and they
trine of "goods "to order" and to "ene- the house was broken into and looted. of Juvenile Protecth'eAssociation Died March 22 at Boston-Was forestry bureau the opinion was ex- have been delighted with Orlando.
destination.
my The text of the demand for instant pressed that the exchanges can be
This government asks Great Britain reparation for insult to the flag has Organized Yes- Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Van made without congressional legisla- The game yesterday was won by
the Barons, 2 to 1, the Havana Reds
and her allies for amelioration
an been It is certain thatso
not given out. tion.
terday at the City Buskirk 111 Short being forced to accept two defeats.
of the terms of the order of council far there has been no apology from Superintendent Eldridge reportedto
and such modification as will remove the Zapata government for insult to Hall TimeA the forestry service that many The game was a thriller and delighted -
the throng that watched it. The
existing objection. There is no threatof th@ flag. families in the neighborhood of the
box follows
score :
reprisal. I Florida national forest are in desti-
Yesterday afternoon a juvenile pro- letter was received yesterday
tute circumstances as a result of a
British Refuse U. S. Request I AUSTRIANS ADMIT HEAVY LOSS tective association for Orlando was morning by Mr. E. Hammel, written collapse of the naval stores marketsin BOX SCORE .
Washington, March 25.The state AT FALL OF PRZEMYSL held in HAVANA REDS. AB R II PO A E
organized at a mass meeting I I at Washington, D. C., by Mr. J. Van Europe.
department officials were surprised E. Gonzalez 4 1 3 4 2 0
the city hall. The Rev. Crawford Buskirk the death of his uUu
today by a report that Great Britain Geneva, Switzerland.-News dispatches announcing Rodes ___________ 301300
has refused the request of the depart- I from the Austrian frontiersay Jackson, general secretary of the Juvenile -I son, Henry, which occurred on March FRENCH GENERAL KILLED AS Herrera ___uu 4 0 1 1 2 0

ment that an American consul or con- the Austrian government admitssix Protective Association of the 122, in Peter Brigham hospital, Boston, HE INSPECTS TRENCHES Lujan uuuu 400200

sular agent be allowed to take a sta- generals, twenty-five hundied offi- South, with headquarters in Atlanta, I Mass Mendietta u_____ 300100
tion at Kirkwall, Scotland.The cers, and seventy thousand men were Paris.-General Rene Joseph De- Gutierrez ________ 3 0 0 1 2 t O
taken bv the Russians when Przemysl was present. Mayor Sperry presided, Henry was about 22 years old, the Larue chief of division of the
officials are not willing to credit a Rodriguez _______ 3 0 0 10 1 0
surrendered. It is further asserted and J. H. Bryce acted as secretary.Mr. eldest son, and was well known in French has been killed. He
the statement until it is made officially army, Agazon _u_____ 200230
and thei it is certain that the that all ammunition was destroyedand Sperry made a brief address and Orlando, where he lived last summer. was struck in the head by a bullet P. Gonzalez ______ 300022
the guns rendered useless. introduced Rev. Jackson, who explained I He was clerk in a department store, while inspecting a trench.
United will the
States repeat request. - - -
the operations of the associa- and took ill of grip, which in a few
Totals _________
The Kirkwall port is a mystery to 29 1 5 24 12 2
made motion
tion. Rev. J. B. Ley a days developed into pneumonia, resulting -

on the the United northern States route government.to English It and is : BELOVED WOMAN DEAD which was that seconded those present by Mr. J.constitute C. Patterson I I The first in death intimation in less than that a the week.son BIG CONVENTION APRIL 14 Carrol BARONS.___________AB 1 1 R II 1 PO 710 A E

Dutch ports and it is understood it I i Magee ______:.___ 400400
themselves into a juvenile protective was ill came in a letter from a young
has been made : Hemenway ____ 4 1 1 1
a military station by Orlando which Y.1.. u 4 0
association of was car- I friend who roomed in the C.
the British government. Sloan _u________ 4 0 0 1 1 0
ried. elected .. with him. It read is
Mayor Sperry was pres- : "Henry
Several American have been I.-\ Coombs _________ 2 0 2 1 1 0
ships Mrs. T. P. Grant Died Early Florida Growers' and Shippers'
ident, J. C. Patterson vice-president, very ill.of pneumonia, and must betaken
seized near Kirkwall. The facts of McBride _______ 300300Ellam
Miss Ella Switzer W. M. i to the hospital. u
Yesterday llorninIn secretary League to Meet in Tampa ______
seizures did -I
the not become known uu 0 1 1 2 0
Murphy, chairman of the legislative Learnig by telegram that the
until the vessels: turned in the : i a Wallace _____ 4 0 1 f
up terment at Old Home, committee and action on the electionof worst might be expected. Mr. and April 14-To Consider uu 9 2
prize courts of England. I Robertson _______ 200000
officer deferred. Mrs. Van Buskirk left Orlando Sunday
Beaver, Pa. a probation was Citrus Canker
Ilard rove _______ 101000
night, and had gotten as far as

London.English March Statement 25.; -Mine sweepers Mrs. Rachel Galey Grant, beloved McADOO IS STILL WEAK Washington reached them.when the notice of death I I To the :\Iemberr-be; Florida Grow- Totals _________-29 -2 -7 -27 -11 -1

alone maintain naval activity in the wife of Mr. Thomas P. Grant died Besides the parents the deceasedis =I ers' and Shippers' League: Two base hits-Carrol, E. Gonzalez.
Dardanelles, but a resumption of the early yesterday morning at her home Washington, D. C.-Secretary of I survived by two brothers and two The annual meeting of the League Stolen bases-Hemenway, Ellam. and

bombardment. is expected at any time 412 South Main: street, after a short I Treasury his home McAdoo, who after was removedto I I sisters. Robert, the elder of the remaining -, has been set for Wednesday, April 14, Wallace. Sacrifice hits-McBride,
and may possibly take place today.: illness. The deceased was 59 years yesterday an opera- is student at at the Tampa Bay Casino, Tampa. Rodes. Base on balls-Off Gonzalez
tion I sons, a Annapolis -
for at
old and had been winter resident of appendicitis, performed I 4. off Hard rove 1. Left on bases-
It has been just one week since the a Md. while the childrenlive This comes during the annual meeting -
,
Providence hospital ten days will younger
last engagement. Orlando for twelve years. She was ago in the home at Forest City. The of the Florida State Horticultural Havana 3, Barons 8. Hit by pitched
be forced to remain in seclusion for
ball-Gonzalez (Carroll). Hits off of
one of the most highly esteemed women Scranton Society. The afternoon of the 14th
remains will be taken to ,
in Orlando and her three or four weeks. Robertson 3 in 5 innings, Hardgrove
sterling qual- Pa., the old home, for interment. will be devoted entirely to citrus
LATIN-AMERICAN COUNTRIES According to the secretary's physi- 2 in 4 innings. Struck outRobertson
ities caused all who knew her to love canker work. In the evening there -
SHOWING IMPROVEMENT her greatly. She was a member of cians, he is weak, and while there is I will be the report of the secretary- 6, Hardgrove 3. Passed balls-

Washington, March 25.-Commer- the Presbyterian church and was a nothing alarming in his condition, it AVALANCHE DEAD TOTAL 56 I manager of the League, together with Gutierrez 1. Time of game, 1 -45.
cia) and financial conditions in manyof devout Christian.The will take time to build up his vitality. other discussions on the general pol- Umpire, Chestnutt. Attendance 500.
the Latin-American countries show her His recovery has been slow, but Vancouver B. dead
deceased is survived by C.-Fifty-six icy of the League. Three membersof
encouraging improvement the Pan- husband, her mother, Mrs. Robert Gales satisfactory, according to his physi- and twenty-two injured was the official the executive committee will be BRITISH FAMILIES LEAVE BELGIUM -
American Union announced today, after 96 years old, and four brothers, cians. Continued quiet alone, they i estimate today of casualties in elected to take the place of Z. C. THROUGH U. S.
an analysis of reports from domestic Messrs. James Daniel, Robert and say, will result in his complete recov- I the avalanche disaster early Sunday Chambliss, Ocala; Dr. J. H. Ross, ENVOY
: sources and the Southern re John Galey, all winter residents of ery. at the miners' camp at the Britannia Florence Villa, and T. V. Moore, Miami -
publics. Orlando and a number of other rela- I :Mines Limited on Howe Sound, 25 whose terms of office expire at London.-Through the offices of the
Exports from New York to Argentina ives in her native state, Pennsylvania. WHITE OUTPOINTS CROSS I miles north of Vancouver. Amongthe that time. We want every member American minister at Brussels Brand
the statement said, increased in dead are C. E. Copeland. engineerof I present if possible. Whitlock, the British foreign office
February from $1,142,901 to $2,049- The obsequies were conducted at Xew York, :March .-Charley I the mine, and his wife, of Seattle. I The railroads are going to give a announced this evening that permis-
871 and to Brazil from $1,782,356 to the residence last evening at 7:30 White, of Chicago, outpointed Leach I rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the sion had been obtained from the Ger-
2018601. o'clock by Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, Cross, of New York, in a ten round TAFT TO TALK ON VATICAN round trip. Tickets on sale April man authorities for British women
"Careful investigation of articles pastor of the Presbyterian church. fight here tonight 12th to 15th with a final limit of and children to leave Belgium. A
exported," the statement concluded. The body, accompanied by Mr. I Washington, D. C.-Former Presi- April 20th for return. specila train will convey them from
"shows that a large percentage of Grant and her'brothers, was forwarded REFEREE IS SELECTED dent Taft will lecture on 'My Visit to Brussels to the Dutch frontier.
them are manufactured products to Beaver, Pa., last night, where the Vatican" next Friday afternoonand THE WEATHER

which formerly were purchased by the interment will take place. Havana, March 25.-Jack Welsh,of evening before the National Geographic April magazines coming in every
South America mostly in Great Britain The arrangements were in chargeof San Francisco, was selected as referee Society in the auditorium of Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- I day. Daily paper for }'ou. Curtis &
Germany and France." Undertaker Hand. for the coming JohnsonViIlard: figh.t the Masonic Temple. day. i O'Neal, book store Orange avenue






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THE VALUE OF PHOTOGRAPHS SUNNY FLORIDAFar ' ' ' ;;

A Fine Sweet IN ADVERTISING
Pipe down South in Sunny Florida,
In the current issue of Farm and Where the saw palmettos grow,
for you is the Wellington. With it,you can be sure Fireside John Y. Beaty, writing a And the climate is so pleasant, i Wanted to Buy
of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't have the plain talk on advertising entitled, That the tourists come and go. ;
"Your Sales Depend Upon How You
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington clean and Advertise," comments as follows on When the Northerners come a-hus-

tractable. Saliva cant get to the fire to boil and the use of photographs in advertising tling Iron, Black Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and
: To the South
splutter. f Sunny they see
"Photographs have a wonderful Oh, the oranges so golden, Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
value when used in advertising. Theyare Hanging thickly on the tree.
not only the means of attractingthe
t1 reader to the advertisement, but First you take the auto, SALEStowell
also carry much of conviction with Then to the country you steer,
them. Generally speaking it is impossible And you breathe the Florida air,
to use a photograph with an Oh ,so fragrant nad so pure!
Evergreen, Country Gentleman Golden
advertisement to good effect unless Dent, White Dent,
b made on the correct pipe principle. It wont ; the advertisement is at least two col- Then you shoulder up your gun Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas
foul and it cant dog. Come on in and pick the umns wide and two inches high. Agood And you whistle to your hound, and every kind of garden field and grass seed.
shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. picture of a good animal gives Then you start to the forest
the reader an accurate idea of the Where the Florida game abounds.
25c, 35c, 50c. up. quality of the animal."
Prices Pure j
Right Drugs Seeds Fresh
First' you charge upon a deer, : ,
Look them over at theModern! FALSE TEETH AND WOODEN And you give him a little chase,
LEG IN FIRE DEBRIS Then your dogs quickly chase him
To his nearby hiding place.

GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STOREOUR Janesville. Wis.-W.V.. Power, And when you are tired and weary, *
night watchman at the Indian Ford Store
City
Station of the Janesville Electric And you wish a little smoke, Drug
You will find nothing more pleasant
made such a hasty exit
company
Than under the live oak.
the when it took spreading
from plant fire early
Tuesday morning that he left his ; J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA ;
And when hunt is
MOTTO : wooden leg and his false teeth behind i your over,
And homeward bound you will start
him.Persons To your loved ones in the city, .. " , " MIIM.
who were searching the debris
i Profits and there with anxious hearts.
Small Quick Returns" Waiting
later in the day found the artificial -

To find us go two blocks north of San Juan Hotel, hensive member that and Powers were had at been once burnedto appre- Next you take the motor boat,
opposite Upon the Florida lake,
Hand's Ice Cream factory. death, at as that he had time.not Their put in misgivings an appearance -- And your friends glassy they all join you, JONES[ GOES JUST THE[ SAM[

Special price on Hay for Saturday. Full line of Feed, proved groundless when the man And a joyful ride you take.

as good as the best, cheaper than the cheapest. came hobbling down the road. lie And when you return at night,
told a harrowing tale of his narrow
And to you all things are nice,
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. escape from the burning building. Then you think of your friendsIn
the cold snow and ice.
L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 GERMAN DRUGS::;\EEDLESS NOW i
Now when you are on your vacation My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
I..ondon.-Successfu1 work is reported And you know not where to go,
from various British laboratories You will always enjoy yourselfIf months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

in the matter of manufacturingdrugs you come to Orlando. .
same time it always has.


EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4TH" Germany.which have and This of heretofore proprietary Germany will mean in come the entire medicines matter from independence cooked There food will Saturday be-Isom a sale and Branham.continuingall of home TIME: TABLE

of these supplies after the war.
In address before the of next week at Merck's drug Bus Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
We are showing a beautiful line of Easter the an London hospital yesterday governorsof Sec- store under the auspices of the Ladies' Leaving ,

Cards Booklets Folders and other suitable retary Morris stated that a London Aid Society of the Baptist
ar- church, the purpose of which is to
firm has the
begun to supply hospital
raise funds for the
ticles for gifts.Reasonable. with salicylate of soda, a drug usedin new Baptist WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
church. Cakes, candy, pies!, etc.
great quantities. The firm is constructing Read Down Read Up
prices on everything. Post 3253tcIt
a new plant with a view to

Cards one cent each. increasing its output. is well satisfaction I tA.l\I.IA.l\I. P. 1\1. A.1\1. P. l\I.r.; 1\1.
The secretary of the Pharmaceutical poor-as as mean- -

\V. S. BRANCH Society said experiments are now to reflect that, whatever your Orlando 6:3o'to.15 3:00: 9.30 6.00
proceeding in laboratories all over the troubles, some other people have 1.301
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country. "There is not at present, Ocoee 7:30.1. 1.15 4:00 8.3C 12.301 5.00
he said, "a great dearth of drugs, be- worse.
The Arcade Book and Music Store cause we have been able to obtain sup- Winter Garden 7:4J 1I:3C 4 30 8.I 5 12.15; 4.45

plies of such drugs as bromides from Don't overlook the want ads. Oakland 8:00.---. 4:30 8.00-; 4.30
America and ergot from Russia, and
every day brings news of fresh suc-
cesses in the British laboratories." PHONE 646


HOPPING FROG CAUSES THROBBING For Eight Cylinder Cadillac The Osceola Pocono Manor Jnn

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND PAIN
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor. Pa

Greenville Pa.-After spending BARNARD & SON
much money for treatment to relieve J. W. HURLEY
in his stomach James Smithwas .
pains ,
SHEET METAL CO. 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
seized with a fit of coughing yesterday -
and coughed up a small frog 12-10-lm I MANAGER
which after a few moments hopped
about in lively fashion. Mr. Smith
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
remembers swallowing somethingwhile
drinking from a brook one day
and Rubber Roofings last summer. I


Cornices, Skylights. Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings CANNED MUSIC KILLS DOG

Hagerstown, Md.-Held before a
canned music machine a big collie be-
Works: 14 E. Church St. ;, ORLANDO longing to Miss Jane Detrick, of New
:Market was called to dog heaven. METHOD !
The dog died in an hour after being
forced to listen to the music. Miss
Detrick had just purchased the machine .
and was trying it out. She My method has paid both myself and clients well.
wanted her pet to hear the music and
held the animal before the instru- If you are interested in Real Estate, > +
ment: The dog whined piteously: and "
finally wriggled from the arms of his IT
The Orlando Meat MarketT. mistress. -
After getting loose the collie raced
through the house, chewing its paws. WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS
A. YANCY Manager Thinking that the dog had gone mad
Miss Detrick sent for a veterinarian,
who announced that the dog, which WALTER W. ROSE
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice was a high strung animal, had died

Florida and Western Meats from excitement and fright.

Real Estate
FINE FRENCH FORESTS ARE .
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. WAR SUFFERERS
RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCEOffice

Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order Washington, D. C.-The Germansare
cutting the marketable timber Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building
from the forests in northern Francenow
PHONES { Business 135 'P. O. BOX aa6 in their possesion and selling it Phone 555
Residence Cor. Ave. and Church St.
133 Orange
in Germany, Jean-Paul Alaux, an officer
in the French army now in the
trenches near Arras, informs the
American forestry association. Tre-
mendous damage is also being inflicted -
on the forests of France by the
/ r We sen only military operations. lie says when
Paris was threatened with capturethe
Pure forests to the north were cleared.TO .

f Drubs- DELAY REPAIRS AT RIIEIMS
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Paris--Cardinal Lucon of Rheims
told Gabriele d'Annunzio the writer
( who called upon the prelate after inspecting PUl-e Ice ream
the ruins of the cathedral at
Rheims. that the church would be left
untouched for a year after the war in
order that it might serve as an objectof

pilgrimage. I When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make 1

PRINCE RUPPRECHT WOUNDED SERIOUSLY I CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in all

I don't believe that take
you we
flavors and special moulds.
London.-Crown Prince Rupprecht
of Bavaria has been seriously wounded the greatest care in its manu'Ve make our Ice Cream from

by a shell according to the Daily facture come up and watch us EASTER LILLIESRABBITS
JiLC 1i Telegraph's Boulogne correspondent.Crown tubercular tested cows. All
Prnice last make it. You will be surprised
Rupprecht was cans, moulds and
\\\Vi\ heard of as commanding the German at the care every deta1l1s given. everything

1 army near Ypres. used in the manufacture of our EGGS
Any kind you want, any time
ITALY CHARTERS BRITISH SHIPS In Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
you want it. any quantity PISTACHIO BRICKS
TO CARRY COAL FROM U. S. I ized.
from a quart up.
Cardiff.-The Italian BRICKS: OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
governmenthas I A
You cordially invited to
are
chartered a large number of Brit- COLORS
ish and other vessels to transport inspect our factory at any
0 ; rr coal from the United States to Italy.
It is said this step was due to the time. In fact anything you want.

You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. difficulty Welsh coal.of obtaining supplies of:

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

best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. Mr. D. Lockhart of Orlando, was

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not here Sunday visiting his brother, R. HANDS ICE CREAM
allow it.You. L. Lockhart, and famity.Ir.. D. CO.
Lockhart is of the
one most extensive
can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. I
cattle owners of the state, and was at
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years.MEROE'S Bushnell looking after same, last

week. But, like many others, enjoysa PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
PHARMACY
visit to Inverness when the opportu-
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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 sold

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

we 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.Ch.allen..ge.



: 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!


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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. Challenge wide, in black, white and all colors, $1.00 qual- fabric, with a beautiful sheen, all the wanted
Sale 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, ChalCREPE METEORS, a beautiful material, 40 inches -
some !in stripes and Jacquard patterns, beautiful lenge Sale Price ____________________________98c wide, in all the newest shades, $2.00 qual-
line of colors, worth regular 65c. and 75c. ity, Challenge Sale Price ___________________$1.69
Challenge Sale Price ____________________________44c 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,navy and black,worth regular$1.00 black, extra value at $2.00, Challenge Sale
quality, Challenge Sale Price _________________59c yard wide, beautiful line of colors, $1.75 quality
Price ..
$1 8
Challenge Sale Price ______________________$1.38 ------------------------------------


Mens' Furnishings-Challenge Sale Men's Shirts Men's Wool Pants, Continued

These goods are all new. fresh and clean, in fact the $1.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _____________83c FELT AND STIFF HATS, $2.50 value, Challenge
$1.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$1.19 Sale IrIceSale $1.89
entire stock of New Spring Merchandise all at Challenge -- --------:--------------------
Prices. $2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$ .98 MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 2 piece, $1.00 value Challenge -
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PALM BEACH SUITS,plain and dark colors, Challenge $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.48 Sale Price 69c
Sale Price__________________________ $6.48PALM $3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$2.98Men's MEN'S UNION SUITS, $1.00 value, Challenge
BEACH SUIT, very latest style, with Sale Price _________________________________83c
Braided edge, $10.00 quality, Challenge Sale Wool I Pants
Price ____________________________________$8.50
$2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98 MILLINERY DEPARTMTThis
Straw and Panama Hats $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________ 2.18

$5.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$4.25 $3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________:$2.98 Department will contribute its part to the success
$4.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$3.48 $4.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$3.98 of this Great Challenge Sale. You 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 charge
$3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98 $6.00 quality. Challenge Sale Price __________$4.98 of Miss Schill, who has no superior as a milliner. We aregoing
$2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.89 MEN'S WORK PANTS, $1.00 value, Challenge to make a special table of-
Sale Price ------___________________________83c New, fresh stylish Hats, at__________________$2.98
and another at
Neckwear MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, 50c. value, Challenge -
Sale 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, Sale Price ___ 79c ----------------------------
Sale Price _________________________________69c FELT AND STIFF HATS Challenge$3.00 value, Challenge Every Hat will be sold at a Bargain during the Challenge
50c. SILK FOUR IN HANDS, Challenge Sale Price45c Sale Price ----____: __________ __________$1.98 Sale.


SHOE DEPARTMENT Challenge Sale of the Seasons


The Challenge Sale Prices on all Broken Lots of Roof Garden Most Stylish Wash Dress Goods I

Men's and Women's Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps should be .
of intense interest to you as they mean a great saving. TONIGHT Do not temporize, hesitation may make you miss
At the present high price of leather, we could not duplicate -
4 Reels at Show 4 these many extraordinary money saving opportunities.CREPES .
some of the goods from the manufacturers to day at Every

its prices asked below. The more you buy the more you all new, fresh and clean, beautiful floral
sayee patterns, 12i/:c. quality Challenge Sale

Odd Lot Ladies $3.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps$2.28 Price ____________________________________7'/2c
Gold Seal Drama, 2 Reels, Madison, King and
Odd Lot Ladies $3.50 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps _$2.68 Lucas. ti.u LAWNS,MULLS AND BATISTE, in fancy stripes

Odd Lot Ladies $4.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pump$2.98: "THEIR HOUR" and beautiful floral designs, 15c.quality, Challenge -

Odd Lot Ladies $5.00; Shoes, Oxford and Pumps __$3.38 Sale Price ___________________________92c!
Odd Lot Men's $3.00 Shoes and Oxfords ______$2.19
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Imp. Comedy, King Baggot. CHIFFON MULLS AND RICE CLOTH, small neat I.
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Odd Lot Men's $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords $2.69 19 cent -
dainty patterns and colorings, quality
Odd Lot Men's $-1.00 Shoes and Oxfords --_______$2.99 Pressing His Suit. Challenge Sale Price ____________________14/c
Odd Lot :Men's: $-1.50 Shoes and Oxfords _$3.29
Nestor Comedy, Lyons, Ford and Moran. PRINTED CREPES, this is the most beautiful
Odd Lot Men's $5.00 Shoes and Oxfords _$3.69"
line of pretty patterns and dainty colorings
When He Proposed. we have ever shown, a real 25c. value, Challenge -
Challenge Sale I on all Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords not
Sale Price __________________________12%c
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
Also Gun Metal in Pumps, Oxfords and High Shoes. Will Admission Free Until ..30T.T.P.. M. priced Wash Goods, even they are marked at prices never
all be sold at Challenge Prices. Admission Nights;: 5c. and 10 cents before so low. ,




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DAILY In Orlando or in any nook in the -JOB LOTS" NO POLICE COURT ,.

United States from a cross roads I'i i
South Florida Sentinel community in Northwest (By E. N. Coy) There was no police court yester-
day, which is an evidence that the city
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. DEAD. Arkansas to seething Broad- Judging from the taste and smell of is growing better.FOR i
M. GLENN .....................Editor American citizens like the there i
way city water ought to be remarkably -
W. C. ESSINCTON ..___Ba.iRe. Manager
the expression, "The People Rule." good fishing at Highland

Entered at the .....toffi at Orlando. Flor It typifies the life of this nation-a ic.ke.
ida. a. Second CI... Mail Matter. -CI--
nation that battled for independenceand "Solomon all his
in glory was not ;1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES won it. arrayed like one of these"-can be l
Dailf. I Year ........................ $5.00 From the foundation of this truthfully applied to some of he Ir7Millinery
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.60 very SALEA i
Daily. :3 Months ...................... 1.25 government legislation has grown 'dusky belles as often seen paradingour iI
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 more and more liberal; freedom and streets. I
license has been the --')--
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... <1.00 ple; they have been given given unto a voice peo-in Among the possibilities of the Tour-

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the shaping of reforms; this is a ist Room might be mentioned a matrimonial -
ADVANCETO democratic country and not an autoc- bureau.
have closed --0A --
ADVERTISERS; racy; primaries replaced
conventions; the steam roller has been man who knows says that some '
Copy for display and all other bandHIad.utiaiac wrecked; and as nearly as is possiblethe of the real estate offices ought to be !
I
must be handra In at the hauim with barber i.
people rule. equipped poles: ; e.,
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
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new
the day before publication. This rate appliesto The people rule because the natureof "shaving done here.0. two-story
chances for contract advertising; it I. present day institutions demandsit. -- eight room modern
Invariable and will be strictly adhered t.. Why not make a little "exclusoin
Subscriber desiring-The--Sentinel-- discontinued When the people-the real people park" down jn Jonestown for the ben- and unique dwell-
should notify the office in writing on constituting our cities-are not con- efit of those two black swan?
the date of expiration otherwise it will be sulted they revolt.It -- ing, with double
continued at the regular subscription rates. curtails to an extent the liberty The present< order of fashions i"

Telephone until notice Numb to atop r .u...received................... 24 that is due them-that was guaranteed ladies' dresses seems"to indicate that sleeping porches, The Knox Hat
unto them from the birth of they wil1: soon be in training for a modern and
neck and neck garage
FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1313.; these United States. race.
And that is exactly what the peoplein -- -- butlers quarters, Charmingly characteristic aptly ex
Orlando think, and feel as regardsthe There are some men who think
Meagre as are the details of the raid proposed amendment of the city that all the rights that a woman very pretty location presses the creations put forth by this famous -
by steerable balloons on Paris,enoughis charter of Orlando. should have in this world is the rightto
known to place When the act to amend the charterwas wait on a lazy husband. overlooking Lake house. Our showings are a splendid

ASSASSINATION it with the worst sprung several days ago it caused Eola. $4500.00 will criterion of what this high-class firm can A
FROM A performances in ninety-nine cent. of the people to If have held aloof
per from the
MOONLESS SKY. the atrocious and gasp, so sudden and so astoundingwas work you of the Orlando Board of Trade buy this if taken produce, and our whole department is an
merciless
war- the proposal. exhibition and a Kaleidoscope of dainty
fare which began with the invasionof Naturally the people, the mass, felt because you were not in hearty sym- now, it is a bargain.
Belgium. that they had not been consulted; pathy with the administration, now colors, rarely if ever equalled. We need no

Germany has lost sympathy be- they experienced a feeling of injury; is a good time to make a new start. eulogies as to our prices. The satisfactionof
cause of these very methods, which they had been left out in the cold;
depart from all the rules of civilized they were kept in ignorance of a vital The new officials are competent and our customers is sufficient proof of our .

warfare and make n'>I1-c.>mbatantsmen -- bit of proposed legislation that would progressive, but they need the assist- price popularity.
women and children-the objects
.
benefit or injure Orlando's interests.A ance of every business man and prop-
of attack. The list is long and of that the
believing
doubtless will be longer. The Zeppelin needed group men drafted erty owner in the city. A" get to-
city new legislation a
attack months ago on Antwerp, proposed charter, the fuse was lighted gether" banquet would be a good S. G. Dolive & SonREAL 1
when an attempt was made to destroythe the bomb exploded, and now the starter for new achievements in civic
queen of Belgium and her chil- fragments have been gathered and growth and improvements. .
dren; the bombardment of Hartlepcnl heaped in a pile ready for interment.The .
and Scarborough from a foggy sea in lion. S. S. Griffin will not pre- ESTATENo.
the early dawn, the airship raid on sent the bill to the legislature if the NEARLY PAVED
the Norfolk coast, when the royal res- majority of the people do not want it. 3 WEST PINE STREET fv
idence at Sandringham was the ob- If he did it would be his political Oak and Grace streets are now
jective-these make this elaborate at- death knell and he is broadminded nearly paved and it will only be a Second Floor
tempt to carry "frightfulness" into enough to know it. short time until they are thrown opento
the homes of the residents of Paris no The original bill may be redraftedand the public.

new thiner. a clause inserted to have the people
No one finds fault with Germany of Orlando ratify it. -
when she confines these attacks to -
But as it now stands-it is dead.It .
aeroplane stations and fortified o !
but when fleet of balloons in '
places a
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is well recognized that when the --
the dead of night sweeps over a city,
raining explosive and incendiary women battle for suffrage in a non- .
bombs on factories and homes, all the prohibition state, the forces against

instincts of humanity cry out in con- them are led by the liquor interests.
demnation. The worst part of it is
that it is deliberate and that the per- This is taken for granted, and rightly -

petrators see in it nothing wrong. by all informed persons. The distillers -

They glory in it, and in these departures brewers, and saloon keepers
from the rules win the proud
fear that if women vote their state
distinction of "Deutschland Ueber
Alles."-N. Y. Herald. wlil go "dry." But prohibition is now

o sweeping the country as fast if not Amelia AvenueI

The Birmingham Barons have been in faster than woman suffrage.An .
Orlando one month. They leave for
o
have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
Birmingham today. Or- Aberdeen, S. D., editor promulgates -
AU REVOIR lando has been delight- uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
BAROXS. ed to play hosts to the the following: REAllY TO-WEAR
club. Last night as a Aberdeen has the best lighted and This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a -
means of showing the official esteem most beautiful city of any city of
held for them the Orlando Board of its size in the entire United States. number of bearing fruit trees.
Trade tendered the club farewell
a The brother should shake the icicles I will sell the entire property or will sell number
banauet at the San Juan. With one any
accord the entire community wishes from his whiskers take some of the of feet off south end. Color Style and Fit
the Barons bon voyage and good luck, money he would have to spend for ,

clear sailing and the 1915 championship coal and buy a ticket to Orlando, and The house is in good condition and is arranged into
of the Southern League. For These are placed in their relative positionsfor
next year it is hoped the Barons will he might express a different opinion light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income this Other and
season. seasons style
make Orlando the training camp. Asa after he returned home. of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I ,
result of their one month residence -- fit before color.

throughout here Orlando the has entire had country wide publicity, partic- One of the funny(1)) features of bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT This season ,we can give you FIT,

ularly in the South and East. It is a the masked ball recently given in the BARGAIN. STYLE AND COLOR, for our stock is replete -
good thing for any city to shelter a streets of Jacksonville to boom the
with positively the "last word" in
Florida has had Cash or terms.
baseball club. more fair was a coffin carried in the pro-
baseball; clubs training in the state Ready-to-Wear Garments.We .
cession said to contain the body of
than ever before. California, Texas,
and foreign grounds have been the only man who had knocked the have made a special feature of

eclipsed. In all cases the clubs have idea of the big show. Powell o1 measurements outside of the ordinary

been pleased with Florida climate and Clearwater, was in Jacksonville about stock sizes, so are in better shape than'
Florida hospitality. Florida offers
facilities for all that time and was probably capturedand to PERFECT FIT.
the logical training ever give a
baseball clubs and next year it is pre- used as the dead one. S. Y. WAY
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dicted every available city centrally u
located and offering easy railroad connections -
o will be deluged with baseball Rudyard Kipling is heading a movement

clubs. Not farewell, Barons, it is to give the British soldiers more
"au revoir." music. He believes this will not only Insurance and Real Estate Agent

o cheer the troops but will aid recruit
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We don't want to print anythingof ing.
a discouraging character about PHONE 172THORNTON
further misbehavior on the part of
the present spring season, but thereis DoctorsBnckInustcr
an old weather sharp up in New Ii
England who has been on the job for
many years with marked success, and & Brundag( I
he says there are to be nineteen more
snow storms in that section before the OSTEOPATHS 11
- true spring arrives. Hear him: "I
'. have been predicting weather for Personal instruction under Dr. Stil ll
r years, and haven't missed yet. I at Kirksville, :Mo.

study the moon and stars, and of 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People 8
course there are a number of other I
Bank. Phone 578.
secrets which I do not care to disclosenow. National u
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You must follow my predic- .
tions, though, and you will find there 1..1..1. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
will be just nineteen more.Lakeland -
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We are permitted to hope that the
present disagreeable weather, while PARKis
not cold here will mark the end of .
the winter's activities. Such hopes
have been entertained before but it
has been a case of "hope deferred."

There South Florida has been during no extreme the present cold win-in but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play

ter, but there has been more than If its Fashionable in New York, its

, the usual amount of moisture and ground of the city. here! .
this has gone a long way toward mak-
ing the season less pleasant than is
usually the case. However, we look Water
sidewalks fine shade
lights trees. Choice
forward with pleasure to the long ,

clime summer can,News.It than be .more which pleasant.DeSotaCounty none in any lots now selling at low prices and special inducements


o offered to those who build this season.
might be a good scheme for every -
couple to get married on the thir-

teenth of the month. Then they Call 905 E. Central Avenue DICKSON IVES CO.
at the
_ in would later have years.something to blame it on on premises or

o ask your dealer.TAYLOR.
Spring is nearly here. All of the

indications clearly point to it, especially -

in the early o mornings. .DEPARTMENT STORE.

That longing! to pay board for the .. .
other half of the world is what causes

all the trouble for our 11:11f.A1wa.s & THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe

o Store of true service, of never-failing
remember that if you got courtesy
all you prayed for there wouldn't be of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
enough left to go around.o at right prices

Proprietors ORLANDO FLORIDATHE
When a man goes shopping with
his wife hp is either henpecked or in

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

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK OF regular monthly meeting Monday, Admission S Cents i
ORLANDO'S SOCIAL WORLD March 29th, in the Sorosis Library
rooms at 3:30. The board meetingwill .i 1 i
March 26 and 27 be held at 3 o'clock. All mem- .. . . . .1111111..1.1. .'

bers are urged to be present as important TODAY'S PROGRAM 9---------8 '
Today business will be transacted. .
3-Reels-3
Nullos Club entertained by Mrs. B. -0-
C. Buxton, at Oakland. Mrs. Horton, a tourist frequenterof Eclair. "A Yellow Streak," in two 4
Mrs.: E. P. Monroe, hostess for the DeLand, and Mrs. Thompson, who parts. A drama of the prize ring. ? sAN
Bow-Knot Club. spent her first winter here this year, Joker. Comedy; "Across the Court
New York and New Jersey Asso- stopping at The Oaks, left on Sundayfor with Max Asher, Louise Frazenda,
ciation, at Tourist Headquarters. Orlando, where they will spend a and Gail Henry.
Saturday few days, after which they will take CHARLES FROHMAN Five cents to all.
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. the St. Johns and Ocklawaha river .
Entre Nous Club. trips, spend a week in St. Augustine, o
GET IDENTIFICATION CARDS
--0- then return to Philadelphia. They expected Presents OPEN FACE WATCH 0
CHARMING BABIES' to spend a week in DeLand, N
Tourists take
desiring to advantageof
PARTY.Mrs. but Mrs. Thompson was so delightedvith
BIRTHDAY the low rate from Orlando to New is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through
Harold Bourne entertained the town that they spent the WILLIAM H. CRANEIn
Thursday afternoon at her home on season here instead-DeLand News. York, Saturday night, via the Atlantic never misrepresenting, and selling at a moderate price, we have established -
Coast Line, joining the Duvall or a clientele which we prize more than
Lake Cherokee in honor of her grandson -0- any one thing. Let
Otto Grasse, Jr., son of Mr. and Miss Nellie McCall, of Vienna, Ga., his great characterization Sargent parties, Mr. Cliff Cohen, pas us show you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets, etc.
Mrs. Otto Grasse, of New York, Mrs. after a week's visit with her relatives senger agent, suggests you get your
Mrs. Bourne's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Swearingen, 400 identification cards from Mr. White,
Grasse being
and Mary Elizabeth Rush, daughterof West Church street, has returned to "DAVID HARUM" depot ticket agent, today and Saturday ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. J
morning. Save delay baggage. .
and Mrs. Rush, both babies her home.STETSON.
Mr. Gray
Messrs. Geo. F. and M. J.
Sargent Ibr
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celebrating their first birthday.A One of the most famous and Duvall will personally look after the .d)
and chil- '0 11111
number of other babies AND ROLLINS AGAIN comforts en route. -
dren were present, including their TIE SEASON I quaintest characterizations ever _
Mildred Wade,
mothers. They were ------ --- n - -------- -- -- ----
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Rollins won the last game of the contributed to the American A
Wade, Lois and Dorothy Fuller, four game series yesterday, defeatingthe I
daughters of Mrs. John T. Fuller; Stetson team 8 to 6. This result stage. LucerneTODAY OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
of Dr.
:Mary Adair Edwards, daughter makes two games apiece and again
and Sit'. George II. Edwards; Margaret this year neither team will be victoror with only pure white lead and Pure A
Rush, Brunhildi Grasse, Sylvan state champion. This has been the linseed oil
as m base There
McElroy, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Mc- are
case for the past three and it -D'
Elroy; Malcolm Wade, Jr., Tom \VarIc seems a good idea if a years match game cheapening substitutes, but not inC
,\\, son of Judge and Mrs. T. P. can be arranged before the baseball ''A PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN o the paints we sell. And let us tell
Warlow; George Edwards, and Beverly season is over to decide the state you it paysto buy such paints Just as
I and John McEwan, sons of Dr. and "THE DEATH DICE"A
championship not only for this year FIVE BIG PARTS it pays to buy the best butter or
Airs. J. S. McEwan.The I R
but for all past Rollins has .
years. freshest .
table where Reliance Special Feature eggs.Orlando
brightly decorated regularly claimed the championshiptie com- vfilTl%' p
refreshments were served bore a sin- series notwithstanding and it plete in two parts. LEAD
gle candle in token of the day, and seems a good idea if the matter couldbe I ,
the dainty place cards were in keep- clinched once for alL Paint & Wall Paper Co
ing with the approaching Easter-tide, Each team yesterday walloped the
those for the girls being downy chickens 205 S. Orange Avenue
pill unmercifully, this especially being HOGAN'S ROMANCE UPSETA
in
a"nd those for the boys rabbits. true with the Rollins bunch. Haskins Mr. Frittz Hauer will appear
blossoms used COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
Honeysuclde were very
choice offerings were relished the
by his violin solos. Keystone Comedy. "Nuff
attractively, and each litlte guest was Central Floridians, as were also thoseof pleasing .
provided with a toy as a souvenir of Thomas who succeeded him. Rol- Sed." -

the delightful affair. lins' pitcher was also forced to leave I

- the firing line, his successor doing a -
MISS HALL little better. The final stood I
score WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
ENTERTAINED.The 8 to 6 against Stetson, though the "THE MYSTERY OF THE
Kil Kare Klub was most charm- A.
boys worked valiantly to
ingly entertained yesterday afternoonby Rollins' lead.-DeLand News.overcome HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" SEVEN CHESTS"A hear this before! Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Miss L. B. Hall, at her home at I Something new I Something New I
406 East Pine street. Cake and ice Selig special feature completein Try it. Ask About it.

cream were served. Delightful music BOUGHT FINE PROPERTYMiss two parts. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for J.
was also rendered. The next meetingof three or more
the club will be held-at the home Catherine E. Curtis, of New- Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
of Mrs. Hook, on Livingston avenue. ark, N. J., who is spending her first COLD :MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES .
-0- winter in Orlando, has fallen in love Two Big Special Features and a POTATO SALAD .
SOCIETY NOTESOF with the City Beautiful and has pur- 10 cents 20 cents
INTEREST.The I chased the handsome "Cherokee" Keystone Comedy. J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
Woman's Civic League will bungalow from Mr. M. J. Daetwyler,
hold its regular monthly meeting on the corner of Anderson and Osceola 26 Bakery

Monday, March 29th, in the Sorosis streets. The place is one of the IN SENTINEL RE-
HEADLINE
Library rooms, at half past three most desirable in town and the Senti- SURRENDER TO SOME SHOW
o'clock. The board meeting will be nel congratulates Miss Curtis on her CALLS JACKSONW. -
held at three. Members are urged to selection. The consideration has not STONEWALL

be present as important business will been made public, but the presump- H. Brown, of Athens, Ohio, whois Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
be transacted. tion is that a fair price wa& obtained. spending the winter at 305 Garland 5 cents 10 cents "
- Miss Curtis will be welcomed -
cordially Sentinel office
into the
street, stepped
The annual meeting of the Daughters to Orlando. ..
of the King was held yesterday yesterday morning, purchased a copy ...
of the and the first thing he
morning at the Chapter House, and paper,
after the reading of reports and the IOWAN SAYS THERE IS0 read was the headline, "Stonewall
PLACE LIKE ORLANDO Jackson's Widow Is Dead." With an
discussion of business, the officers
were re-elected for the coming year. I',,I\, exclamation of intense regret in his FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
President, lIrs.'m.. Beardall; vice- ,1 W. Orcutt, of Sioux City, Iowa, voice, and a considerable show of sad-
president Mrs. E. LaRue Bliss; sec- was in the city this morning. He has ness, he turned to the editor and ex-
retary Miss Edith Robinson; treasurer been visiting Mr. Sias, formerly of claimed, "In 1862 I was in the 87th Established 1886
Miss Mary Howard. I Sioux City, but now .located near Ohio regiment, we were surrounded
-- -- I! Ocoee, where he is developing an orange by Jackson's troops and my regiment
The pupils of Miss! Persing and grove. Mr. Orcutt, who is a and twelve thousand other men were
Miss Hibbs with the members of the prominent hardware man in Sioux taken prisoners. My regiment was
Glee Club under the direction of Miss City, told the Sentinel man that he commanded by General Miles." CURTIS & O'NEAL
Nicholas, gave a recital last eveningin had traveled all over the South and
the auditorium of the Cathedral had found no town that compares'
school. It was largely attended.0 with Orlando. It is not unlikely that OSTEOPATHY
--0- !, he may become still more interested
F. D. Carr left yesterday afternoon in this section. INSURANCE LOANSRE

for Danville, Ky., where she DR. J. c. HOWELL
to visit her sister, Mrs. E. L. ,
goes WILL HAVE OFFICE WITH S. S Physician and Surgeon
Hundley, who has been quite ill in Osteopathic
GRIFFINMr.
that city. I Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free \L; ESTATE RENTALS

-()--- Wm. G. Geier, of Cleveland,.
Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
Col. Edward E. Harden. U. S. A., ,
Ohio, expects to open a law office i in
retired, and Mrs. Harden are in the Orlando in the near future. Mr. Geier HoteL
city on a visit to Col. Harden's sister, is a friend of the proprietors of the Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

Mrs. Dunn, and his nieces, Mrs. Ed- j new hotel at Windermere and will Orlando Fla.WOOD.
wards and Mrs. McEwan. make his home Windermere for the
- I I. present and drive into Orlando each
Mr. W. P. Esterwood, of Hearne, day. He will occupy the office withS.
Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. M. S. Griffin, the legislative real es #
C. Funderburg, who is stopping at the tate man. Mr. Geier is charmed with I For Sale
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Feinberg. Orange county and believes the whole.

- section has a bright future. $2.00 Per Strand
:Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bartlett arrivedin
Orlando yesterday afternoon from i House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price
MANY FORD CARS SOLD
East Falls Church, Va.. on a visit to I Veneer Cores
their sister and brother, Mrs. Jas. L.
Giles and Mr. Henry Bartlett. They F. L. Helms, Hamilton Johnson,, AT ALL TIMES $4500.00. A bargain.New
stopped over in Daytona for a whileen Mr. Beasley, S. S. Hastings, and D. E .
route to this city. "Will," as his Fishback, all of Orlando, and M. W, 4rlandoWoodYardd
many friends call him, still sticks to Eby, orange grower at Crown Point,:
his "hirsute adornments," but a slight are all happy owners of new For II B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
improvement is noted in their trim- cars purchased of the Orlando Ford PINE STREET AND R. R.
ming. agency. Telephone 344
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6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 4Vs ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

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CUT PRICES FOR RENT .J un1ber. La"tl S11ingles

SENTINEL FOR RENT-Furnished light housekeeping -
rooms, for summer; low
TO GETREADY rent; adults only. Also furnished
1 t cottage. 10 W. Concord avenue.

: CASH WANTSThe 3253tcTO

RENT For summer furnished or
I unfurnished, cozy bungalow for
small family. 102 East Concard ave-
Morning Sentinel Want nue. 3-23-6t

I 65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want UI{ LAN DO
Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR RENT-Furnished house or flat; '
Brick Road.
gas, lights and bath; seven minutes
Terms Cash in Advance. walk to postotlice or theatre; low rent
5 Room House, close in. Easy to small family. A. M. Callis, 403
RATES South Lake street. 3-20-Gt
Terms. For One Day ______________2. l Cement
Grove. For Three Days ____________50c TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
1 I. Lot in Highland For Six Days ___.___.....___75c for permanent occupancy modern
For One Month -___________S2J50 six room house, with bath; rent very =
Park
2 Lots, Concord This rate applies on all ads of I low to desirable people. Mr.J. L, 200
25 words or less. If the ad con- West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w II T
Park Lots
Seminole tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for FOR RENT-Smai: flat, modtrn con- ,
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
terms. sertion.If Knox. 11-3-tf
you can't bring your ad to z9Jw.T1tr
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, yuroii
the above. counts opened by telephone will be to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
payable' tEe following day. 10-25-tf

Every Home-Every Business- WANTED
Every Man has use for a
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Sentinel Want Ad. WANTED TO TRADE nice

,\Tmrrt for *'it v nrnnprtv grove A rl_

Watkins. Block PHONE 504 FOR SALE dress WANTED-At PY O. Box 568.r once white--*-"4-25-6tc girl' to KIN Aln lln SNOVBENOrlando's \


FOR SALE-Ford touring car. A-l cook for four gentlemen; good pay.
FOR 90 PAYS condition; owner going North; 1913 Apply 124 West Church street.
model; will sell for $225; worth dou- 3-25-3t Largest and Cheapest
You can buy foundation ble amount. Aply Nat Berman 114
Orange avenue. 3-25-St FOR RENT-For the summer, five
blocks sidewalk
stone building -
I room house, furnished. Inquire 404
tile, or anything In my Gunby avenue. 3-24-3t
FOR SALE-On account of other important FURNITURE HOUSE
line at reduced. Call around business I will sell my
and let me surprise you on grocery store, stock and fixtures, sit- WANTED-Good boys about fourteen
: uated on South Orange avenue. F. J. years of age to carry paper routes.
prices.
Jones. 3246t'FOR Must have bicycle, and be familiar
with names of streets in district of Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
F. D. GORE
town to which he is appointed. Also
SALE-A good comfortablehome able to do good collecting. For infor-
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. for small family; garden mation, address or call at this office.
I growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- 3-24-tf ,
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
avenue. 3-7-1mo. WANTED refined middle aged _
woman to share the home of an Ire
FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold at elderly couple as companion. 77, care
once, new six room house; large Sentinel. 3-23-61
lot, garden, chicken yard, garage.
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Part cash and rest terms. Located Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
corner Columbia and Atlanta streets. Studio will be
at 5
ready o'clock the
Clearance Sale
Office corner Orange Avenue and Call on T. C. Brannon at S. A. L. next day. 3-3-tf
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., freight depot. 3-23-6t

Phone 419.FLORIDA. WANTED refined elderly widow
FOR SALE-Modern home; eight and daughter would like to care fora 1
rooms and bath; orange trees and furnished home during the summer
large oak; seven minutes walk tonostoffice. for the rent. Address E. H., care of OF ,
Bareain. Inauire
owner. Sentinel.
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo 320Gt'LOAN 'I
PRODUCTSThe
WANTED-Three thousand
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For dollars for a client; ample security;
Syracuse or Rochester property, dwelling and lot in desirable residen-
Wakefield Preserving Com- house at 210 South Main street. Also tial section of the city. Apply P. O. Gas HeatersHaving
pany of Geneva, Fla., Ijad a display of house .and small grove on Lakeviewavenue. Box 122. 3-24-3t
Inquire of owner, 419 Mar-
orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies garet street. 3-21-61 An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
and Preserves at the County Fair at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf

that were admired by all who saw FOR away SALE-A harrow;Clark's a 14-tooth one horse cultivator cut--I For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-

them. ; a farm harness; all just as goodas
This company now has a display in Barber new,,Orlando.for sale;Just low south price.V.of Dren-. J. ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

our window. Be sure to see it. nen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw CONTRACTORR. out during the month of March at the following prices:
N.
SEYMOUR is the man to see
BARGAIN if sold at once two choice before letting contract, if you are go-
building lots on Amelia ing to build and want the best house
avenue
TOURISTSshould Colonial Park. $275 each; or on time, possible. for money invested.P. $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
$300 each at 6 per cent. interest. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
Owner Box 694 Orlando, la. 2-18-lmoc
take some of this Florida Fruit 3-21-6t 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

home with them.CARUTHERS. BUYERS AND SELLERSI
FOR SALE-At a bargain if sold buy, sell rent, and exchange real for
at once, house of seven rooms; estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 4.50 Heaters 3.60
screened porch, bath, trunk room and over 30 years. Have handled over
large closets, gas and electric lights; 20000000. Call and see me. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
& GORE splendid location; five minutes from 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire I
Owner, 312 North Main. 31812t'LOOK18 Take your Kodak films to Robin-

New Modern G Grocery Also! furnished fine city or lots unfurnished for sale. son. 3-3-tf BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, owner -
Phone 200 215 South Main street opposite A BargainLot
2-27-lmo Methodist church. Phone 99.


6 and 8 East Pine St. FOR SALE-A good work horse;


quite Hanson's guaranteed No. Shoe 19 to East Shop.give Pine satisfaction.street 3-2-1mo, at In-A. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.



Orlan a o...W as inRton FOR cottage SALE, seven OR RENT-Two rooms and story bath, overlooking Lake GAS DEPARTMENT

modern conveniences, roomy porches, Lucerne, $1.600. Must
excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden.

2-23-tf be seen to be appreci--

DRAWING ROOM FOR SALE-Une acre; forty bearing ..
trees: a food house mv wife and ated. Call _
I are making a living on- itCome
Sleeping Car and see what Florida will produce.

Barber Easy terms Orlando to, Fla.purchaser.Just south\V. of J. Easter Lillies 1- Rio le Pioneer' Paint 6 Wall

First Car on March 16 Drennen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw I yt PaperStore

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
VIA equipped; speedometer. Presto tank FOR EASTER Has always on hand a large and well selected
CARLREAL DANN
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at stock of Wall Grade Varnishes
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf Papers. High Paints,
I
Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies
Atlantic Coast Line Get orderin
FOR SALE Story & Clark upright your
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle ESTATE CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad
of the South Weeks in the recent contest will be
sold for benefit of Baptist church early ALWAYS GLAD TOiISEE YOU ATRINLEY'S
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

Tuesdays, Thursdaysand Weeks 1-13-tfc 10 Washington street. COMP PYSPRINGFIELD PIONEER

SaturdaysLeaving EC1; 1\E 67 Corner Pine and Court
FOR SALE-Five passenger touring
car in A-l Violet Dell Florist.
condition; che'!;} for
Orlando on Train 82, cash or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, .
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri- 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696.
days and Saturdays.For 1-4-tf PLANT
J. M. CARUTHERS ..
Reservations and Tickets FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
call on A. C. L Local Ticket and tools best farm in county; variety & FLOWER CO. Phone 509. 403 South Lake St. 'Thearl' et
Agent. fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- .
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- I FRANK GARY ELUES, Manager OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
1-16-tfc

INVESTORS Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH OPPOSITE AND POST SALT OFFICE MEATS

Loan wanted, about.$4,500 straight AH kinds of cut Flowers. for sale. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.:
for five years. Property near Orlan- Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations CHIROPRACTOR screened from
do. First class security. No commis- graduate Davenport College, 17 and Everything away the flies, and kept fresb
office.sin?,. Address "Advertiser," Sentinel Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easttr 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone and pure.

3-20-61 Lily Plants, 2, 3I and 5 buds to a 209. Intelligent people everywhere We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
DR. L H. are being restored to health' by chiropractic in the
RAMSDEUf GREAT CHALLENGE SALE- AI.L plant. adjustments, the new scienceof everything Meat Line.
OPTOMETRIST THIS WEEK removing the cause of disease. Examination -
ORLANDO, - FLORIDA Don't fail to attend the Great Chal PHONE 6774JACKSONVILLE free. 12241moUmbrellas H. M. Selfl <& Co.
WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES lenge Sale at the Big Store. Yo'ir
AND DO ALL KINDS OF dollars do doubl duty here. Its; recovered and repaired PHONE NO. 803 PINE STREET
your opportunity, take advantage of "while you wait," at Young's Repair J
OPTICAL REPAIRING it while it lasts. 3-23-61 2021 Main St. Florida Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre -



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HOW "*iTlFEELS TO UNDERGO HOW TO FIND A MARKET FOR TilE BEST SECOND BASEMAN IN CUTTING MARBLE COLUMNS ORDERED TO FLORIDA ON SERVICE yule, Fla., Manatee county, flori-
TI\'ILIGIIT SLEEPIn YOUR EGGSIn THE WORLDIn I FOR LINCOLN MEMORIALThe I FOR UNITED STATES da, to investigate the prevalence of
trachoma among school children and
a recent Woman's Home the current issue of Farm and the April American Magazin columns of the classic portico Washington, D. C.-Colonel Rich- to observe sanitation of schools.A .
Companion appears an authoritative Fireside, F. Roger :Miller writes an interesting Ring W. Lardner, author of "The Let- I of the Lincoln Memorial at Washington ard M. Blatchford, of the infantry,
article about the new Twilight Sleep article about the marketingof ters of a Busher," picks an allAmerican for which congress some time recently on duty at Fort Sill, Ok- HARD JOB
about which so much has been written eggs and quotes the following response baseball team. Discussing Collins -I ago appropriated $2,000,000, are be- lahoma, has been designated as executive -
made by a practical egg pro- ing made in Colorado from white officer of the national matchesfor Speaking of hard jobs, how would
by physicians and others. Following ducer to the question, "How would of the Chicago White Sox and I marble taken from the quarries in 1915. These matches will take like to be the publisher of Who's
is taken from the articlein Johnnie Evers of the Boston Nation you
a paragraph about market for I
you go finding a the Sopris national forest reserve. place at Jacksonville, Fla., beginning I Who in \Iexico-Baltimore Sun.
which a physician describes exactly your eggs if you were just enteringthe als for second base he says: Thirty-eight columns, each of which October 18 next.
how the treatment affects the business?" "You can't get away from Collinsat I will be -16 feet in height and weigh Surgeon L. M. Guiteras of the pub- I I
.patient: "'If I had no relatives friends, orfriends' second base. If John Evers' could approximately 192 tons, are being lic health service, will assume chargeof JOIN DUVALL PARTY TO NEW
44'The is and sleeps hit and with him, they might be I YORK NIGHT OF 27th. SPECIAL
patient drowsy friends whom I could ask to run made in 12 sections, or drums, crated the quarantine station at Key i'
lightly between her pains. When a place me in touch with large consum- some argument. They ain't enough and shipped to the capital. Several West, Fla., in addition to present du COACH YI.ATLA'I TIC COAST
she manifests her suffer- difference in their fieldin' to talk I I LINE. RATE $17.60. PHONE 411.
pain occurs ers, I would secure the names of the interesting views in the April Popu- ties.
ing to a greater or less degree, and best produce dealers in the largest about, and they're both smart as I lar Mechanics Magazine show how Surgeon J.: A.. Nyedegger, of the I 3-18-tfc
again dozes. But consciousness is not cities within a radius of 500 miles whips. It comes down to a question i these sections are prepared and fitted I public health service, has been or- !
entirely lost. She responds somewhat and write them for quotations on the o' mechanical superiority, as the fella53).S together. dered to proceed, by way of Jackson- Get the news in the Sentinel first.
tardily to questions and usually average number of cases I can supply and you got to give it to Collins I
obeys commands. Kronig lays great regularly. - 'cause he can hit better and run the -
'
I I bases'b tt r.l 's- J hniey'rthing
stress upon maintaining a conditionof "'Or if my out put was too smallto speedier'n !
semi-unconsciousness wherein the offer to dealers I would write a but brains, and it's a toss-i
pains, though apparently perceived, I number of large hotels. up there. I don't know which of 'em IJ STEEL TRAINSAI.MAOONSOJR
are nevertheless immediatley forgot- 'From either of these I feel reas- is the best writer, but I don't have to :
ten. The patient perceives a pain but I onably sure that I would secure a sat- figure that."
does not apperceive it; in other words, isfactory contract more than suffi- _
she does not appreciate it. At any cient to take care of the supply froma FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. 1'. Ti1Th
rate, on awakening, she has no recol- beginner's operations. fl' iT7ffiM
lection of anything that has occurred. 'We farmers often fail to find the I New York, March 19.-Florida vegetables : .
The patient may complain that the best markets because of our total disregard are still in light receipt with
treatment is not working and roundly for business methods, and fail- the quality varying from to I ':ii
poor ,
i. IfI.'t.I.' .I.- ;: Ylla irlf \:
abuse those in charge, yet half an ure to understand that the little details fancy. Most of the stock. however I'UI I l.
hour after the birth have absolutelyno which we regard as superflous is of medium quality and receiversare
recollection of her pains or of the are really important items in modern now looking forward to the time
coming of her baby." I "
salesmanship. when South Carolina vegetables will
begin to roll, as they believe the qual-I
HENS WITH HIGH EGG AVERAGES f'LOmn.HAXKERS :MEET FRIDAY ity of that stock will be much more

AT PALATKA satisfactory. NING NIGHT 11 NI HT NIGHT
Tomatoes particularly are coming: '
In the current issue of Farm and Palatka, March 25.-The Florida in poor condition, being full of spots h 1< V

Fireside' the national farm paper Bankers' Association will meet in and unripened. They are selling any- . 11"j," m: .4.111;. : I.I x.j'!( ; r . j I ;,'1111=; I I t 'II...... .
published at Springfield, Ohio, B. F.1V. twenty-second annual convention in where from $1 to $3: per carrier, with .

Thorpe writes a most interesting Palatka Friday and Saturday, March fancy stock bringing $ .50@( 3 and ; . .11 II.T .1. ...:.:.:.J. . I :.:::.:..;..... . I .''. I ., ...:... :"'. '. .
article entitled "The Race of Two choice 1 -
$1.25@2. The best stock :
IS'
26 and 27, and the first session will '" ::: . ,
Thousand Layers," in which he pre- be called to order in the Howell the- coming from the Keys and the East j : . . I .. A.tCOLUMBU56tflJLM.COACHES. .
sents the facts about three great Coast tomatoes, which :!j : r ;: . t
atre at 9 o'clock by President HenryG. are very poor. ; I T . .'.. ". II I. .
American egg laving contests and Aird, of Jacksonville. and arriving in green condition, soft- j '.. I :: I ."i' :.. . ; : 'It"I" :,.
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lays down suggestions of great valueto en when the tomato ripens. ,. ... ..1..... '9'. .:::::. . III ,. T il:..::".... ',. II I.I- ..'.
poultrymen. One interesting fact String beans are bringing $5@6 I T 1 : 11111.:' rj ,I, "
that he brings out is set forth as follows DODGING AN ISSUE and wax $4@5. | I I M .:::::""'i.. . I' ; : i. .':''I: :.. '.. .. .
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: I Large peas sell from $4 to $7 with i i I... ;,./.. 1,1, 'I ,I'i I ,I [If. I 'j : :I I
"The fact borne in "Do you know where I can buy any / .
was upon me small stock bringing $3 that ther is absolutely no relation be- counterfeit money? inquired the man Peppers range from $2.25 to $3.50 I!
tween breeds and heavy production of with a suit case. and Florida celery brings $.25iV2.75( : SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DINING CARS.ATLANTIC .
"Are looking for trouble? .
eggs. As I moved around among the you for ten inch crates and $2.50@3 for
nens, here I would find pens of Leg "No. But I'm against the tippingevil twelve inch crates. I 1. 15.lV1 .__t '.'01. .,'0). V. ,0 L i.0 V.n.L i.l -1.. . .\._ oJ1_" .........
horns, Rocks, Wyandottes, Reds. and at the same time I want togo of
Orp- Receipts
eggplant are especially '
inctons, and Anconas that had been through the formalities and avoid ligh and receivers are looking for I ; 1> IUY, : }F lit W1
being made uncomfortable by the f i { f'j
laying a clip of twenty eggs or bettera more stock to some within the next 1 m ri
month for six or eight months. On waiters."-Washington Star. week or so. Prices range from $1.50to I. I I j 'i ....:.: I :, )J. 'U "" .. .. ). :/'
either side of the yard fences these $3. I ,I \ j \-'"
: 1"Ie
same breeds under absolutely the To correct an Impression that our Cabbage brings 1251.50 per bas- . :" ,r : I
same conditions and equally thrifty Challenge Sale closed Saturday nightwe ket. There has been a good demandfor ai ,r, ... ;II ,
e physically had been loafing: half the want to say that the Big Sale lasts it at these prices with not enough : I,[M'" II I \ r ..
time since the contest opened, or were all this week and maybe next w t.k. stock coming to meet the demand. If I I. O/H::; I I ;.. ;; \
merely laying: a paltry two or three The charges for good bargains an Lettuce continues to arrive in poor ,,,,. \ ; / H: I\\\ I ,
\ .
eggs a week." better this week than ever. 23-6t shape and sells anywhehe from ,.u. ,. 'j\' I "
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freight charges up to $2.25 per bas ........ >- ::___.. .. ';-::;.U'1'::m :. 1"'IJ" 1l1 ..I I; ..;1. \ I -......


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Montgomery Route ExpressFavorite MAN'S PECULIARITYMan Jjggmg: ,5.'.' > .:.:"'::-".//I .. '.. elf:::. d r ...... ': ''fIII'Jr"I -
: C,
all-the-year train from Jacksonville to St. Louis. Through as has been remarked several I ..HjiHH11HL. "i. : -:' <- -, ,. .:"-.= .. ,; -j,) 1ffI" : --1t
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drawing-room sleepers; all meal in dining car. Two nights and oat day. times before, is a Peculiar Cuss. Jude : I: .. ;.: ...- ". -r.. '
Dixie Limited and Flyer South Atlantic Limited Johnson who beats his wife, thinksit I ....;.:ggmm.:.f;:;:::...:.......;..:..:.. I-1'ri;y:..''tI.l.........' Jij... It.. :: I I 't\.,;JW-.. .' :",.' .- \ 1 1
is shame that Short '
t t a Jenks crit-
Diiit faiteit and finest I !South Alla tie Limit.ltl.
United -k .
n .ooi< icises
train tvlbe Northwe; TsieHyer I G: ''a"d cooveuieul way t. C,......ti.Cleveland. Mrs. Jenks' grammar.Atchison i
lament ,...- ". service to Chi "".....11.L........, Globe. I
u f..St. Louis &Why.d other Travel point. by the Land N.Detroit? mud Central R..t.,. >ei&i. I COAST LINE I RAl: i LROADI i I I ,

Because of fait time, rock ballasted track, modem trains, unexcelled SPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS PARTY I
dining ran; service to every important terminal in the West and Northwest ': TO NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC
; choice of routes, accommodating agents, employers aad:: official*. COAST LINE, TUESDAYIGIIT.I'
For full laUrBatUn. rctcrTaticn. arhedulr. etc.. etc.. 'pboae. write or wire MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK, I: A. \V. FRirOT, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.!
H.C BRETNEY,FWij. P....A,_,u< w.8., !'L \B.nri....itn, be k...vi .,fib .
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Dir..t aad.,*.r>e ruutei to the California KxpoMtioan.Vrite for delaila. RIDGEWOOD AVE. THROUGH i (
SLEEPER. 3-18-tfc I II I J. G. KIRKLAKD, D. P. A.. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla

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Ii I ANNOUNCEMENT n.i















i INVESTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS :




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

two thousand ($2,000.00) dollars, from five per cent. to two and a half (2 1-2) per cent., and on all country propositionsabove

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

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


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

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 forjthe

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

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


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

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





THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE and INVESTMENT CO.





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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BanJr'I'

o tal Responsibility:

$25,00.00 paid up ORLANDO $50,000.00

Surplus ___________$_aOOO.OO



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J

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

r-
Mr. A. M. Bristol one of Taft's U
well known citizens transacted busi-
ness in Orlando yesterday.

Don't fail to read the big circularsof
H. Kanner's Easter Sale. 3-26-4t. 7H/S 'PRUDENT o

Mr. Carey D. Landis, of DeLand, MANPUTHISfRSTSAlNGS \L
1'I--- one of the state's shining legal lights, /Y THE' OJ
spent yesterday in Orlando on privateand
professional business.
m

Miss Fannie Shockley, of Boston J ( :
Mass., who has been spending the !!
winter in Orlando was among those
leaving yesterday over the Atlantic 4t .
i Coast Line for their Northern home. .


Shoes! Shoes! Shoes of all kinds.
Go to II. Kanner's Easter Sale.3-2G-4t

A large number of friends were at ;w3roRT
the depot yesterday morning to bid Il'M
good-bye to Mrs. Earl B. Wilson, of
Money deposited here and left untouched for Warren, Ohio, and Miss Elizabeth
Holbrook, of Portland, Maine. They .. .
'
6 or 12 months earns with absolute safety 4 per will stop at points of interest en route s Lea a. j s r ; tea i.

cent-the security back of it is unquestioned. North. l f P + n

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Oakley, of Nor-
"Safety to the depositor" is the guiding principle -- wich, N. Y., arrived in Orlando yesterday -
afternoon over the Atlantic
in this Bank of Service and Progress-a prin- Coast Line and will remain for sev-
eral days. They looking
are over
ciple that has built up one of the largest Banksin South Florida property with the view

this part of the country. A principle that will of locating.For .

continue to build up the business because it will Men's Boys' and Children's
Clothing at half-price go to H. Kan-
be faithfully followed in the future as it always ner's Easter Sale. 3-26-4t JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

has been in the past. MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON
and Mrs. O. W. of
Mr. Oakley EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?'
Waltham, Mass., arrived in Orlando
yesterday on the Tampa Special. YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT
The State Bank ot Orlando Fla. They are making a tour of Florida
and will make this city their head- YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN H PER CENT. INTEREST

quarters for a week or two while AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE
making side trips to nearby towns.
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Butler who TAKE AN INTEREST !UN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS
have spent the winter in Orlando TOMER.
started yesterday for their summer
home in Old Orchard Maine. They
have been coming to this city for a
number of years and have many Peoples National Bank
friends who regret to see them leave.

For Ladies,' Misses and Children's
44 "
IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU.
Hats[ and Ready-to-wear goods go to
II. Kanner's Easter Sale. 3-26-4t

Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Miller and Mr.
,
Summer and Mrs. J. A. Segume, arrived in
CookingShouldn't Orlando yesterday from Indiana.
at They will spend three weeks in the
Cook Peninsular State. The party will so-
r'tx r journ for a time in Orlando and then
the Cook visit well known resort points on the
I I
East Coast. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Bohling, of Mrs. J. Murray Clarke and daughter
Miss Edwards of Dundee III., are I Chicago are among those spending I Miss Romaine who are regular
Getting dinner ready ;tom Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey Provi- pleasantly located at the San Juan today in Orlando, guests at the San i I winter visitors to Orlando, left on
in i.j dence, R. I.; Mrs. A. E. Harrington, during their sojourn in Orlando. Juan. I the 12:30 train last night for Atlantic
July just
as comfortable Utica, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. S. K. City N. J. These estimable ladiesare
as in November 3, Bailey, of Boston Mass., who have Transients registering at the San Mr. J. G. Kirkland division passen- very prominent here, especially
been spending the winter in Orlandoat :Juan yesterday include Mr. and Mrs. ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, among the guests at the San Juan
-if you use a 101 East Robinson avenue, left I Ernest Wiggins Jacksonville; Geo. A. with headquarters in Tampa, spent hotel, where they always make their
FLORENCE OIL yesterday for their. respective homesin Brown, Boston and G. W. Crist Bir- yesterday in Orlando looking after home, all of whom will regret theiri
the North. mingham. the interests of his road. departure.
I
COOK STOVE. "The Turnift.;Point in Oil Stove History
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Harris, of
The he..f t into the Southbndge Mass., returned yester-
goes
FLORENCE day to their home over the Atlantic
cooking! net i intj the Coast Line, after a pleasant stay of
several weeks at the Misses an's 1
kitchen.! It doc: your Oil Cook Stoveswork 418 South Main street. They McKee made I I / 1
friends here during their
many stay I
well and reliably IdeaJ
: "Look- for- the- Lever"watching who regretted to see them leave. _


and fortable.lceps It you requires com less and regulatingthan Sale Don't commencing miss II.Saturday Kanner's, March.Easter 27. iJ Fount in Pen 111 U

a coal stove. New Goods at sacrifice prices. 3264t.
SLj This Pen and Ink provide thw
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown, of Win-
hot
burners
You can keep one or four at an intensely
dermere, were in Orlando yesterday ijSTS Ij/tried and Successful Material:
or merely simmering flame. greeting friends and transacting busi-
ness. These estimable people are as- gJSSEJ73l I for all writin purposes
Corns ii and l let us how:; you how these Florence sociated with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Palmer in operating the RossmoreInn
Automatic Stoves: \:o-k, hp\v simple and reliable.No at that place. They also managea
hotel in Cleveland Ohio, with the _. S .... I ,, ... RR AP 00
Wicks to I;:-:1 o.t. N? Valves to leak. Once same name as the one in Orange

started, each burner will: keep going at the same county.Buckeye They State expect Monday.to start for the Sold and personally guaranteed( by

power until you turn i ifc out.

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY McELROY'S PHARMACY
PEo = CTL Y SAFE /


Read adv. in Saturday Evening Post FOR pups SALE-Some; cheap. Address very B.fine J. setter Over-
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street, Lockhart Fla. 3-26-6t --- ;...-. -- --

See it operating in our window. WANTED-Nice young girl for cash- r.

ier. Strictly business. Apply at
Plaza Restaurant at once. 3-26-3tc


Oscar Hand & SouWEST L FOR over RENT-Three Japanese Bazaar rooms for corner offices of

Orange avenue and Pine street. Ap- Bank organizd April 16th 1906 i s I
ply Dr. P. Phillips' office. 3-26-3t s
PINE ST.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ?
TO RENT-New house six rooms, ;
bath and sleeping porch; also garageif : '
ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO. i t ;
desired. $22.50 per month if taken
.iMIIIIItlHUIIIIMItiiliHIIMIitilMIMIMMIIMIGive immediately.! R. J. Waldron con- -
the Condensed
At Close of Business March 4, 1915. i
tractor and builder, 9 W. South street.
3-26-lt From Report to Comptroller. I n T

Your Wife a TWO FURNISHED or unfurnishedrooms

with garden; modern con- Loans and Discounts _____________$371,679.00Overdrafts I'
veniences. Also one detached room ________________________ 1,001.75 '
Good Watchand 18x20; makes a good work shop; $5 Stocks and Bonds __________________ 21668.33 i.
per month. See or address C. Joyce .
103 South Division street. 3-26-6t Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures_ 41,857.86 c ,
Cash on hand and due from banks ____ 310,766.95 s-

see how it will harmonize the workings of your FOR RENT-Attractive new modern l ,
bungalow, six rooms and sleeping $749,973.89
household. I porches; large grounds; completely r

Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- Central screened avenue.; in pine Reasonable.grove, on lake Call near or I Capital Stock ______________________$100,000.00Surplus aI J

address M. C. Hunt, Rock Lake. I and Undivided Profits ____ 33,970.44 3
orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand 3-26-6t
I Dividends Unpaid 52.00t
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laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our I PARTY FORMING, special rates toNew t Bills Payable _____________________ None --

large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera April 8th York, via Atlantic leaving Coast Orlando Line night and Re-Discounts ._.__.______.__.___ None

Savannah Line. Special through car DEPOSITS ________________________ 615,47.l.52
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand from Orlando to Savannah. Mr.
A. W. Cary 702 Broadway Orlando.See I Due to banks___________ ___________ 476.93 rI 11I; !
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or : 3-26-tf : ,

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

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



T. H. EVANSI, .repairing..I THE make,a GERMAN specialty All grades in JEWELER.fine American watch.,. Or1allo n B nk & Trn t L ill n


Swiss, English watches: also Jew- A
I elry and Spectacles, expert in this
JEWELER line. All repairs guarauteed.Opp. .
,.
Post Office; Pine Street

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