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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 27, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00519
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1915. NUMBER 38.

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RUSSIANS MENACE HUNGARIAN CAPITAL






FRENCH AVIATORS RAID ZEPPELIN SHEDRUSSIANS




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TOWARDS, BUDAPEST GAIN CONTROL FIRST R. R. STEP OF I I MATAMORAS TO GREATEST NEED OFSCHOOLJSLIBRARY HIGH ONLY ONE STRIP UARD BLOW DIRECTED AT





DUAL MONARCHY-IS DESPERATE;I BE A ATTACKED OF NEUTRALTERRITORY


MANY OF BOOKS IN O. H. S. AMERICAN COMMERCE[ BYJAPS'

ARE ANTIQUATED AND
Staking All on Results of the
BY VilLAIN OUT OF DATE
Impending Struggle and


Fight Will Be Long Reference Books Are Badly SUBTLE INFLUENCE

Hard One FIVE DAYS ATTACK TO Needed by the Students-- AND THAT WILL BE PINE

Other Notes of High
BEGIN UNDER VILLA STREET FROM CURB
Petrograd, :March 26.-The captureof School Life -
the main Austrian position in the ARMY OF 8,000 TO CURB STATE
DEPARTMENT
part of the Carpathians known as "NEWSPAPER MEN AREGREATEST HAS
Beskid, that portion lying west of By Arthur Ivey RECEIVED SECRET
Stryj the RUSSIANS HAVE MADE The greatest need of the high schoolin
THE TOWN IS WELL FORTIRED
THEMSELVES MASTERS OF TIlE the line of equipment is a good li- REPORTER STARS VS SENTINELSWar REPORTS

TOP FLIGHT OF STEPS DOWN TO brary. The school library at present BOOSTERS

THE BUDAPEST RAILROAD, consists of about five hundred volumes -

WIIICII CROSSES THE RIDGE And Is Well Pro'isioned-Geor- Of these something like twen- Will Be Waged Today by HAVE BEARING ON U. S. AFFAIRS .
HERE AND WHICH IS THE ty are up to date reference books, one
gia Arrives at Progressoand Rival Teams for Board of SO QUOTH BOB HOLLY AT
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM: GALI- hundred are historical works, and the
CIA TO TilE HUNGARIAN CAPI remainder are books of fiction. The 36th ANNUAL SESSIONOF
TAL. Order Is About historical reference books are very Trade Campaign for PRESS ASS'N The Ultimate Purpose of JapanIs

Decisive operations are expected in Restored complete, but as far as late scientific 300 MembersAs
the Carpathians. APPARENTLY reference works are concerned the library to Hold on to Manchuria

TilE DUAL MONARCHY WILL is as scantily supplied as is the Gathering Is Notable One and
STAKE ALL ON THE RESULTS OF El Paso, Tex., -March 26.-Matamoras Sahara desert with water. a means of increasing interestin 80,000 Japanese

THE IMPENDING STRUGGLE.The on the border opposite Browns- As an ilustration of the ancient the campaign of the Board of Great Good to the Entire Exploiters

fight will be long and stubborn. ville. Texas, will be attacked within quality of the greater portion of the : Trade to secure 300 members by May State Will Be
The Suwalk government was also five days by the Villa army numbering reference works we might recall the 1, two teams will be chosen and they
the scene of a persistent and deter- eight thousand according to assertions incident of that student who, having will be pitted against each other. One Result Washington, March 26.-Secret re-

, mined fight, the Russians steadily today by Villa military authorities looked up a certain point for one of team will be called the Reporter- ports to the state department renal p

moving forward in this section. I: at Juarez. his classes, was greeted with ridicule Stars and the other will be the Senti- Miami, March 26.-The thirty-sixth some of the details of Japanese activity -
I General Raoul Madero commandsthe when forced to admit that the volume
. nels.Each be annual session of the Florida Press I and the aggressions in China
French Aviators Active attacking column. from which his learning was gleanedhad team will composed of ten
London, March 26.-French avia- The town is said to be well forti- been published in the year 1880. members to be chosen today. J. P. Association opened yesterday afternoon i which will have an important bearingas

tors raided the Zeppelin sheds of the fied and garrisoned by four thousand This incident, while amusing, illustrates 1 i Holbrook and W. W. Rose have agreedto at 2 o'clockth a meeting at I a contravening right of America.

Germans at Frescaty within the borders Carranzistas under Navarette. ,the need for an up to date library captain the teams. They will draw the Elks' Club. The meeting was The citizens of China on one of
of Germany today and bombarded Heavy artillery is en route to thebesieJers' to be used in connection with I from a hat today to ascertain which J.I these reports show that Japan has
called to order President R.
the railroad station at Metz and camp from Monterey, say the regular school work. team they will- command. Then the by succeeded in annihilating the United
the barracks at Strassbourg and all Villa officers here, and the attack be- Some of the baseball boys think battle will be fought, and there will Holly, of the Sanford Herald, and this : States trade in cotton with Manchu

escaped amid a hail of shells and gunfire gins as soon as it arrives. that they beat the Barons, in the be only one neutral strip of territory was followed by the invocation by

', according to the French com game early this week. The official in the city-Pine street from curbingto Rev. W. K. Faris, D. D.. of MaimL I ria.The report also shows the trade of

munique received from Paris tonight.The Georgia Arrives scorekeeper says otherwise, however, curbing. the United States with that of the
German the Washington, March 26.-Reports to and he is probably correct. Victorsor North of the line will be the Re- Mayor John W. Watson gave the great province cotton
report says I was largely
tions chronicle defeat of the French opera- the state department from Progresso vanquished the high school team porter-Star territory and south of address of welcome, in which he told goods of the cheaper kind.
attacks against the Verdun positionsof indicate that order is being restored has no cause to feel depressed over I the line (the river Yser) will be the the story of the growth of the Magic Another secret bit of informationto
the Kaiser's forces. and the problem of getting out hemp I the result of the game if they take Sentinel territory. There will be no City and likened it teethe" growth and the department, both from Tokio
will soon be solved. into consideration the outfit they let-up in the campaign until the 300 development of the Florida Press As-
were
Slight advances before St. Georges, and Pekin, is that Japan is forcing
sociation. In
The battleship Georgia arrived to- up against. members are secured. The winner drawing this parallel he
in Flanders, and scattered infantry I China to legalize the residence in
and artillery engagements in other day, joining the Des Moines and Bru Eight weeks more of school. will then be announced and the losers struck the keynote of the success of i Manchuria of 80,000 Japanese exploiters -
tus. Every few days the school is will the price of a real dinner. any community or organization and '
high
sections on... the ,battle front are_ reported .- pay shcwed that the of of that country, and the report
visited by book Then few Individual prizes will be given to proper spirit cooperation -
a agent. a that the
at Pans. Heavy rains which I says Japanese by treaties
have been the rule from end of the 1 I SUBMARINE: IS FOUND BUT ALL I days later, just for variety, another stimulate interest. Be a self starter, bring the along desired a chosen results.line is sure Ito with China are allowed only in "twenty .
line to the other seriously interfered ON BOARD BELIEVED book agent shows up. don't wait to be cranked-join the ports." which ports 'are open also
with operations. DEAD I The Echo is growing into shape I Board of Trade, enlist at once, be a President President Holly's Response I Americans and other foreigners.
Holly made an interest-
rapidly, and the vacation number booster. These
reports, taken together, show
ing in which he said the
promises to be the Several new names were added to response
COMPILING TilE HONOR ROLL Honolulu, March 26.According greatest ever- that a hard blow has been struck
far surpassing the Christmas edition. I the growing list of Board of Trade greatest boosters in Florida today are
naval officers here it will American
be possiblefor commerce directly by Jap-
the lIe of the
newspaper men. spoke
An interesting lecturewas members yesterday. The campaign II
London.-"Please let me know whatis the F-4 to remain submerged 24 temperance development of Maimi and the sur- anese commercial influence, and fur-
the which has started that seeks
given school at just to
chapel
hours without coming to the air- exer- there disclose the ultimate of
the with purpose
matetr Pathrick, he up
was rounding did his
country as predecessor :
cises Thursday. A Mrs. Green whois raise the membership to 300 by May I '
killed the last I heard" is but one instance It has now been thirty-six hours since and said that he was surprisedto Japan to hold on to Manchuria.
1 be The
enthusiastically engaged in the to fully realized.
cm- appears
of the thousands of the diver disappeared, which seems to
pathetic see such a flourishing community,
sade against the liquor and tobacco following names wer added yester-
for the of which preclude all hope of of the imprisoned -
queries answering any
a habits, was the lecturer on this occa- day: dwelling at length on the extreme 589,278 PRISONERS TAKEN BY
colossal index of casualties has been men being alive. sion. The talk was interesting and Giles Jas. L_ real estate. cleanliness of the city. He said that RUSSIANS UP TO FEB. 3

in process of formation during the received the strictest atetntion from Cheney J. :\1.. O. W. and L. Co. the newspaper men had come here at
past few months on a high place in Bulletin: Honolulu, March 26.- faculty and studentsPROGRESSIVES Fieri. A. A.. Orlando Roof & Sheet the invitation of Oscar Conklin and Paris.-The monthly bulletin of the
Londonsomewhere between Big Ben The submarine F-4 was located late Metal Co. had perfect faith in the venture be- chamber of commerce says that up to
and the Nelson Column. All day and this afternoon by the naval tug Navajo Schnaar, Jno.. insecticide mfg. cause of the reputation the city had February 3 the Russians had cap-
all night continues the of and the steamer Nakaala, a short LOSE 12 MEMBERS -
building I Baxter F. E, real estate. attained through him. To lead up to tured 1,476 officers and 173,924 Ger-
this house of index cards. On the distance from where it disappeared IN NEXT HOUSE
Empie, Jno. F, Spot Cash Grocery. this point Mr. Holly told a story of man soldiers and 3,621 officers ando
day of the new moon also, and on all yesterday morning.The Hand H. E- ice cream: mfg. an automobile which had run 12 mileson 410,257 Austrian soldiers. '
Sababth days, for no precept of any rescuers succeeded in fastening Washington, March 26.-ProJress- Watch the list 2. its reputation, the discovery being "The heavy losses," the bulletin
faith would forbid that work.SOME cables to the submarine, and it is now ive strength in the next house of rep- Jrow-see page made at that instant that the engine continues, "suffered during the cam-
being towed to port. The F-4 is reported resentatives will consist of seven
had been removed and had not been paign have lowered the proportion of
to be in about thirty feet of members, compared with 19 in the BROOME SUCCEEDS FIELD
: CHANGES I replaced. In closing Mr. Holly extended officers in the different corps of the
water and continues to rise to the last congress, according to calcula- a cordial invitation to all the German army so much that if
surface, which leads the rescue partyto tions of Representative Stephens, of I Mr. G. C. Field, who has been the of these more
the of
Paying short street in front of people Miami to attend the ses- were withdrawn to lead fresh
the city buildings has been completed believe all on board have lost their California.He I i cashier at the Southern Express office sions of the Press Association that troops, there would be a serious lack
j>nd the outlet to Orange avenue and lives. added that Representative Cop-[ in this city, has tendered his resig- they might learn the good work thatis of officers for the forces already in
ley, of Illinois, might be proposed for | nation and accompanied by his family the
Main street is now linked. The floor being done for the general better- field.
of the fire department building has BARONS BADE AU REVOIR TO the house Progressive leadership. has removed to Jacksonville, where ment of the state through the columns -
will reside. Mr. Clarence Broome
been replaced with brick and lowered, ORLANDO YESTERDAYThe I they of the newspapers.C. THE WEATHER
who has been for the
and the transformation of things adds LODZ ORDERED TO PAY TO GERMANS agent company O. Codrington, vice-president of
at Boca Grande for the two
greatly to the general appearance. Birmingham Barons left Or- : A WAR TAX OF I past the Florida Press Association, pave Florida: Partly coludy Saturday
succeeds Mr. Field in Orlando. ;
The floor was lowered almost to the lando yesterday and there was a large I $250.000 I years, an interesting talk on the work of the I probably rain in northwest portion;
street level in order to permit the new number of citizens at teh depot yes- I Florida Press Association and paid a I colder in north portion. Sunday generally -
motor fire truck ready exit in case terday afternoon to bid them adieu, Amsterdam, via London, March 26. BACK AGAIN IS KENTA. glowing tribute to the women of the 1 fair; colder in central and
of fire.SEN. and to wish them success for the coming -A dispatch from Berlin printed by I organization and to those who are do- northeast portions.

season which opens the middle of the Telegraaf' says the Russian city I G. Kent has returned from Cal- ing their share toward making the
!j April The Barons will open at New of Lodz has been ordered by the Ger- I ifornia. His faith in the future of work of the association a success.

UNDERWOOD TO FISH Orleans and then jump back to Birmingham man military authorities to pay a war I Florida has increased, a result of the His paper was a development of the
I' for the second day's game. tax of 500,000 rubles ($250,000). visit to the far West. idea of the brotherhood of man and I I DEATH OF MISS ANNA FISH
giving Birmingham a virtual opening showed the importance of interest in
day. This is a new plan that is being and thoughtfulness for others.

With Party From Orlando Will inaugurated this year in the Southern American Housewives CapableOf Kirk :Munroe, formerly connected Beloved Orlando Woman Passed
League. The Barons were pleased with a New York newspaper for a
Be Entertained By F. with their visit in Orlando and are number of years, said he came down Away YesterdayFuneralToday

Mather-Smith at Oak- eager for next year to come again. here to escape the railroad and the
: They are looking forward to another Mixing Their Own FlourWashington turmoil in order that he might havean From Family

land Today (i pleasant raining season in Beautiful opportunity to write books in the Residence

1 Orlando in 1916. -- early days, and told how he helped to
oct the first edition of the Florida
get
. Before Senator Underwood leaves March 26.-That the !; of wheat flour. Use the mixture just Times at Jacksonville and the first Yesterday afternoon a little after
Orlando he will be given a fishing tripto I SINGLE SALE OF FLOUR TO ECIOI'E American housewife is herself quite 1 i: as though it were wheat flourandmix number of the Miami Metropolis. He two o'clock Anna Elizabeth Fish died.

Lake Apopka. This morning the INVOLVES: 750,000; capable of doing all the flour mixing j i I it yourself."There said he was brought up on printers'ink She had made a brave fight with .
other flour substitutes
Senator in company with Jas. L. i J desirable, is the commentary of Assistant are and loved the composing room, so pneumonia. The attending physicianslent
!, Washington, March 26.-War's con- j j| such as so j bean meal and pea flour, every help that medical skill
that is the he
Giles the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg' and i j tinued demand on American grana- j Secretary of Agriculture ,j j which serve to add greatly to the nutritive -I supposed elected to reason why could command and still the disease

Jos. I* Guernsey, will motor to Oak- I| ties was shown today in a commerce i Vrooman on the mooted mixed flour value of the loaf when mixed I in was the organization.honorary. :Munroe membershipI overcame the strength of the young
said
land to be entertained by F. Mather- I' department report of a single' sale of question. He says further that the with wheat flour. These products, j I the right weather came with the girl and baffled tie efforts of the doc-
Smith. The party will fish during the : flour to continental Europe which required -j i 1 American housewife could materially \ unfortunately, can not be recommended people and thanked the Florida right tors to save her. The end was not
i 512.000 bushels of wheat for reduce the cost of living: if she were in the since I news-
morning', taking lunch withIr.. and 1 (II present emergency, paper men for bringing the sunshine. unexpected and yet when her loved
Mrs. Smith at their beautiful home. its production and two steamers to I i I to pet the flour mixing' habit. | they are not as yet common articlesof The of number of ones, who had gathered about her
applications
The party will return to Orlando late transport it from New York. Its value -:,., "Ther eare some thirty substitutes commerce in this country."In Floridians a and bedside, gently closed her eyes for her
this afternoon. was $750,000, and it was milled by i' that can be mixed with wheat flour in '! this connection it should be the were following passed became upon membersof yesterday last sleep, they only then realized

i ia Middle Western company. The buy- : making bread." he said in a state- said that a great saving could be effected the Press Association L. how, from day to day throughout her
ers paid for the shipment at the sea- I'! ment issued here today. "Many of if the housewife would emulatethe : Ray long illness, they had hoped for her
Neal, News New Charles
board and assumed all transport risks. these are more nutritious than wheat professional baker and buy low Smyrna; S. recovery.
FACES SERIOUS CHARGE H HJ. Wheat flour exports increased from : flour; some of them are cheaper than grade wheat flours. I Bertha Emerson,S.News Boomer, Fort The Pierce; Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Fish was the youngest -

$3.603.828 in February, 1914, to $8- : wheat flour, and of these, two or three "Boston brown bread may be men- M Sword. Estero Walter, L. Flaming I i child of Mr. and Mrs. George S.
962.1fiO last month. i i at least are commercially obtainable tioned as a good and very popular Post ; Thorndyke, Fish. She had but passed her eigh-
Palm Beach R. B. Brossier Re-
; ,
ii almost anywhere. medium for the of flour
j ji
profitable use
teenth
II. Parker of Winter Garden i porter-Star, Orlando Arthur G. year when death came. She
.
;
,
. "Potatoes, corn flour and rice (in substitutes. It is made of equal
partsof
i was possessed of rare beauty of face
SEARCHED FIVE DAYS : Keene
THESTEAMER Metropolis, Miami; F. B.
certain sections) can be used with meal, meal and graham
Arrested corn
was Wednesdayand rye and form and of such an affectionateand
FINLAND IS I' Stoneman, Herald, Miami Frank B.
;
profit in mixture with wheat flour in flour
and is nutritious bread.
Is Now in Jail at THEN RELEASED i a very Shutts, Herald Miami; D. 1.. Erwin, kindly nature as to make her untimely -
making yeast bread. With wheat "There various of making -
are .
ways taking away all the more dis-
Tropical Sun, West Palm Beach Geo.
flour as dear as it is now the careful bread itself to effect a'' ;
Orlando i over so as i/1 tressing to her loved ones and friends.
Rome March 25, via Paris, March Matthews, Sentinel, Fort Lauder-
housewife stands toeffect quite a saving considerable saving. Thus stale bread :
The father and mother, together
26.-A Genoa dale J.
dispatch the A. Crews, Times-Union, Jacksonville
; -
says
by using one of these products to crusts crumbs, etc., be worked
can with the
; children Mrs. E.
I surviving ,
J- H. Parker, 72 years old. of Win-I steamer Finland, which was acocm- i ; Paul Poznier, Times, St. Pe-
eke out her wheat flour. Experiments into such bread
palatable ,
there from products as W. Butt and Messrs. G. and II. Fish,
ter i panied Naples by customs tersburg.
Garden arrested Wednesday -
was have shown that the substitutes can pancakes, bread crumb biscuit and have the sinserest sympathy of the
right by Sheriff Gordon and lodgedin officials who suspected the cargo con- .
be used successfully in the proportionof bread crumb cookies.
entire community in the loss of this
the tained contraband, has been released
county jail where he will facea one part to three parts of wheat "The nub of the mixed flour ques- TO BANKERS CONVENTIONMr. woman.
serious charge before the criminalC' after a five days search, as no contra- I young
,-r band found. flour. At least three-fourths of the tion hangs on who does the mixing.If The funeral will be at the family
with" 't.21.; Parker is charged' was mixture must be good wheat flour. the housewife does the mixing she Geo. E. Nolan, the popular residence on Gore avenue this after- -
having imporper relations with "Corn flour which should cost about gets the saving entailed; if the bakeror cashier of the Orlando Bank & Trust noon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Rev.
an The eleven year old girl of that town. April magazines coming in every' two-thirds the price of wheat flour the wholesaler does it,. he is very j company, left yesterday afternoon to Dr. Jno. W. Stagg of the Firs Presbyterian

maximum punishment for the alleged -',i day. Daily paper for you. Curtis & may be mixed with wheat flour direct, apt to get the saving as additional attend the State Bankers Association, i I church, of which 5Iis s F.:.=h
crime is ten years in prison. O'Neal, book store, Orange avenue. one part of corn Soui tt three parts profit which met in Palatka yesterday. I I wcs: a member.






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very helpful and forcible sermons. IMIHIMllMlliliieiMIIMMMMMiUMMIMM

Fine, Sweet Pipefor 300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Winter Many from Garden the and other Ocoee churches were in attendance at-

in the morning.The .
for you is the WeDington. With it,you can be sure W. C. T. U. will hold a public Wanted to Buy
of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You wont have the "BE A SELF RTER-DO\'T meeting at the church Friday eveningat
o'clock March
7 26. extenda
They
WAIT TO BE
CRANKED"JOIN
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington dean and cordial invitation to everybody to
tractable. Saliva cant get to the fire to boil and THE BOARD OF come. : : Iron, Black Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and
splutter. / TRADE NOW Mr. J. E. Hancock had an old
friend and neighbor from Alabama ; Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
stop over and spend a few days with
MEMBERS PAID, 1915 him last week.
A The Episcopal mission received an SALEStowell
Anderson IL.-, grocer.B organ recently which they prize very
F much, it being a gift from some kind

J. D. Barnes, ell-Duckworth. church people in New Jersey, who Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent,
R. Buckmaster sent it freight prepaid.
Dr. P. ,
made on the correct pipe principle. It wont = Nat Burman gents' furnishings.osteopath. Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas

foul( and it can't dog. Come on in and pick the Bum by, Joe, hardware. and every kind of garden, field and grass seed.
WILL USE WAR'S LESSONS
shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. Butt, Arthur tax assesosr.

25c 35c SOc up. Brokaw Beeman,,W.II.,II San., nurseryman.Juan hoteL Washington, D. C.-Major General Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh | j
Made In C Leonard Wood, in command of the department ,
Look them at the of the East, has started on
over AmericaGOOD E. G. Duckworth, Yowell-Duckw'th.
of defense
Christ, Dr. C. D., physician. a tour coast inspection
that will include the fortifications
on
Curtis & O'Neal, book store.
the gulf of Mexico and the Panama
AND BAD CIGAR STORE Caruthers Cheney, Donald& Gore, O., grocers.W. &. L. Co. canal. Store
When he arrives at Panama, Gen. City Drug
.
Chadwick, C. D..D real estate. Wood will confer with Brig. Gen. ;
Clarence Edwards, in command on the
Dickson-Ives, department store.
Dolive S. G. real estate. Isthmus, for the purpose of outlininga ; J. L. DEAN Prop. ORLANDO FLA ; ;
of defenses based the lessons
system on -
Dow, C. P., Peoples National Bank.
OUR MOTTO
: learned from the European war.
Dale Davis,Fred'B.E. W.. lawyer.real estate.E .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . .-MM.
,
.
Small Profits and Quick Returns." Don't miss H. Kanner's Easter
T. II. Evans, jeweler. Sale commencing Saturday, March.27.
To find us two blocks north of San Juan Hotel Estes, V. W., druggist. New Goods at sacrifice prices. 3-26-tt.
go opposite -
Edwards, Dr. G. H, physician.
Hand's Ice Cream factory. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
Eaton, W. IL, Orange grower. Get the news in the Sentinel first.
Special price on Hay for Saturday. Full line of Feed, Essington W. C., The Sentinel,

as good as the best, cheaper than the cheapest.THE Father M. Fox, Catholic church.G .

C. E. Graham, retired.
CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. Goodrich, C. W. abstractor.
Gore. Mahlon retired.
W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 Griffin, S. S., real estate.
My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
Gordon, Frank, sheriff.
Glenn, W. M., The SentineLII months has not changed its schedule but leaves at the

Howard, C. EL, Orange Co. Citizen. same time it always has.
Hovey, C. A., real estate.
EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4THWe Howell, Dr. J. osteopath.. TIME TABLE
Haden, A., orange grower.
Rowe S. W., State Bank.
Holbrook, J. P., Hupmobile. Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
are showing a beautiful line of Easter J :
Johnson, C. E, So. Fla. Foundry.
Cards, Booklets, Folders and other suitable articles Johnson, S. A., city commissioner.L .

for gifts.Reasonable. WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
Laubach, P. F., feed store.M Read Down Read Up
prices on everything. Post

Cards one cent each. McLean McCullough, \V.,C-Geo., postmaster., departm't store. \\A.l\I.IA.l\l.! P. 1\1. A.l\l. P. l\1.P.; M. '

Martin, W. E, tax collector.
\V. s. BRANCH Mathews, Tom W., contractor. Orlando 6:30\10.15\ 3:00: 9.30 1.30 6.00
McEwan, Dr. J. S., physician.N e Ocoee
7:3011.15 4:00: 8.3C 12.30 5.00

The Arcade Book and Music Store Norcross, Capt. P., retired. i Winter Garden 7:45: \II:3c 4:30 8.15 12.15 4.45

Overstreet, M. O-O, banker, manuf'r.p I -I Oakland 8:001---: 4:30 8.00.- 4.30


Patterson, J. (X. retired.R .
R PHONE 646

II. Reynolds, retired. The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
Robinson C. Blawjer.. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Robinson, B. M., county clerk.
Reese, J. II. Reporter-Star. -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor Pa
Rose W. W., real estate.
Robinson, O. S., traveling man.S BARNARD & SON J. W. HURLEY

SHEET METAL CO. Smith, W. II., chief police. 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla.

Sperry, E. 1-., mayor.T 12-10-lm MANAGER

Terry, F. J.. monument works.
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos Townsend, C. S- contractor.W .

and Rubber Woodruff, Seth, stockman.
Roofings Watson, ,\". I>>., S. A. L. engineer.Y .

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Cornices Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings P. YowelU ell-Duckworth.
Yearby, J. R-, YowellDuckworth.PARTY .

Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO FORMING,
: = special rates toNew
1 York, leading Orlando night METHOD !
April 8th, via Atlantic Coast Line and .
Savannah Line. Special through car
from Orlando to Savannah. See :Mr.
A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando. My method has paid both myself and clients well.
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The Orlando Meat Market Maitland MentionMaitland IT .


Fla., March .The WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS
. T. A. YANCY. Manager Misses Kingsley entertained at their
home on Lake Maitland on Wednesday

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice hundred"of last party.week with About a "military forty-five five WALTER W. ROSE

Florida and Western Meats guests were present and all had a
most enjoyable time. Delicious ice Real Estate
cream, cake and coffee were served
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. ;following the game. The decorations
I were in keeping with the day, it be- RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCEOffice

Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ing St. Patrick's day.
Jhss Sallie Crane, who has been Suite 1 and 3 Watkins Building
the guest of the Misses Kingsley, was '
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Business O. BOX 226
PHONES / 33'P. called home suddenly.Mrs. Phone 555
\ Ave. and Church St.
Residence |
C. Pruyn Stringfield, of Chicago -
is the guest of Col. and Mrs.

James II. Ilirsch._ _ _
Mrs. Conklin, who has been visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Webster, was calledto
her home in Newark, N. J., very
/ it' We sell only suddenly on account of the death of

Pure her grandchild.Dr. .
-I.: J. R. Crosser, Millport, Ohio,
spent a few days at :Maitland Inn and :: -
4_ Drugst held service there last Sunday even
t ing. Following the service Dr. Crosser -
7 gave a talk on Germany and the
War. He has spent five years in Berlin
_:1 and left just a few days before Pure Ice Cream

the outbreak of the war.
J .s y1 Y Miss M. II. Wolfe, of Pittsfield,
{ 1'I''I I + Mass., arrived at the Inn Monday to
41i \ spend the remainder of the season.
Mrs. E. D. Brigham and Miss Hazel

? V P I Goss, of Chicago, left on Tuesday When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make I
J !
after having spent the past couple of
PYjwJtt11i4rfi01t&1& months at Maitland Inn. CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in- all
Miss Laura Howell is visiting her
i- J2JC
don't believe that take
we
you flavors
grandparents and Mrs. Webster and special moulds.
the ,greatest care in its manetiVe make our Ice Cream from
; facture and watch us EASTER LILLIES
come up
Newsy Briefs tubercular tested cows. All
make it. You will be surprised RABBITS
cans, moulds and everything
From Oakland at the care every detail is given.
used in the manufacture of our EGGS
Any kind you want, any time

b. 4t : L11/ Oakland, Fla., March 24.-Olin Michael you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilPISTACIIIO BRICKS
spent the week-end with his ized. ,
l friend. Merle Ewing, at Beulah. from a quart up. BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
Cecil Vick and wife were over from You are cordially invited to
t. ; Winter Park Sunday to see the home COLORS
folks, and attended church in the inspect our factory at any

evening.Mrs. In fact .
time. anything you want.HANDS
Ansyl Palmer and little daughter -
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. went to Orlando Sunday where
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the they will stay for a few days, and
leave the latetr part of the week for
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. their home in Milan, Mich.
Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mrs. W. A. ICE CREAM
allow it.You. Wilkes went to Clermont on Satur- CO.

can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. day stopping over between trains.
Mr. Hatfield and family took an
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years.MERUK'S auto trip to Kissimmee on Saturday
to visit friends, returning :Monday.The PHONE 566 W. Jefferson StreetI
: : PHARMACYTHE : quarterly meeting of the Methodist -
church was held' at the Oakland
REXALL STORE
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GREAT CIIALLNGE SAL "!






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 day 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.Challenge.



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Sale 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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this lot is worth 25c., 35c., and 40c. ChallengeSale wide, in black white and all colors $1.00 qual- fabric with a beautiful sheen all the wanted
Price __________________________________19c ity, Challenge Sale Price _______________________69c shades, $1.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price$1.29
SILK POPLIN,full 40 inches wide a beautiful fab-
CREPE DE CHINES, in plain and fancy weaves, ric with a high sheen, $1.25 quality, Chal- CREPE METEORS, a beautiful material, 40 inches -
some in stripes and Jacquard patterns, 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 and black worth regular
navy $1.00
black, extra value at $2.00, Challenge Sale
quality, Challenge Sale Price _________________59c ,yard Challenge wide, beautiful Sale Price line--of---colors-----,-$1.75_____quality ____-__$1.38 Price ----________________________________$1.78
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Mens' Furnishings-Challpnge Sale Men's Shirts Men's Wool Pants, ContinuedFELT

These goods all fresh and clean, in fact the $1.00 quality Challenge Sale Price _____________83c AND STIFF HATS, $2.50 value ChallengeSale
entire stock of New are Spring new Merchandise all at ChallengeSale $1.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$1.19 Price________________________________$1.89
Prices. $2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________1.98 MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 2 piece, $1.00 value, Chal-
PALM BEACH SUITS,plain and dark colors, Chal- $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$2.48 lenge Sale Price ____________________________69c
lenge Sale Price__________________________ $6.48 $3.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price __________$2.98Men' MEN'S UNION SUITS, $1.00 value, ChallengeSale
Price _______83c
PALM BEACH SUIT very latest style with --------------------------
Braided edge, $10.00 quality, Challenge Sale s Wool Pants
Price ____________________________________$8.50
$2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98 MILLINERY
Straw and Panama Hats $3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price _________ $2.48 DEPARTM'TThis

$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 chargeof
$3.00 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.98 $6.00 quality. Challenge Sale Price __________$4.98 Miss Schill, who has no superior as a milliner. We are
$2.50 quality, Challenge Sale Price ___________$1.89. MEN'S WORK PANTS, $1.00 value Challenge going to make a special table of-
Sale Price =___________83c New, fresh stylish Hats, at__________________$2.98
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Neckwear MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, 50c. value, ChallengeSale and another at-
Price -------_____"-____________________43clIEN'S Some of these have never been seen in Orlando
I $1.00 SILK FOUR IN .HAND .TIES, Challenge before, for ______$4.98
CAPS, ___ --------------------------
Sale Price i _________________________________69c FELT AND STIFF$1.00 HATS value, Challenge$3.00 value Sale, ChallengeSale Price 79c Every Hat will be sold at a Bargain during the Chal-

I 50c. SILK FOUR IN HANDS, Challenge Sale Price45c Price -----------------______________$1.98 lenge Sale.Challenge.
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Roof GardenTONIGHT
Challenge Sale Prices on all Broken Lots of Most Stylish Wash Dress GoodsDo
Men's and Women's Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps should be
of intense interest to you as they mean a great saving.At not temporize, hesitation may make you miss
the present high price of leather, we could not dupli-
4 Reels at Every Show 4 these many extraordinary money saving opportunities. -
cate some of the goods from the manufacturers to day at
its prices asked below. The more you buy the more youhave. CREPES, all new fresh and clean beautiful floral
: patterns, 12V/c. quality, Challenge Sale
Odd Lot Ladies $3.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps$2.28 Univesal Serial Drama, 2 Reels. Price ____________________________________7'/c

Odd Lot Ladies $3.50 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps _$2.68 The Master Key." LA'VNS.IULLS AND BATISTE, in fancy stripes
Odd Lot Ladies $4.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps___$2.98 and beautiful floral designs 15c. quality, Chal-
Odd Lot Ladies $5.00 Shoes, Oxford and Pumps __$3.38 Big-U. Drama, McQuarrie, Vernon. lenge Sale Price ___________________________9/2C

Odd Lot Men's $3.00 Shoes and Oxfords ___ ______$2.19 Wheels Within Wheels."
CHIFFON MULLS AND RICE CLOTH,small neat
Odd Lot Men's $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords ________$2.69 and colorings 19 cent quality -
dainty patterns
Odd Lot Men's $4.00 Shoes and Oxfords _________$2.99 L-Ko Comedy, Ritchie Orth, Bergman. Challenge Sale Price i___________________14 Vzc
Odd Lot Men's $4.50 Shoes and Oxfords __________$3.29 "Bills New Pal."
PRINTED- CREPES, this is the most beautifulline
Odd Lot Men's $5.00 Shoes and Oxfords _________$3.69
With every paid admission to Roof Garden of pretty patterns and dainty coloringswe
Challenge Sale all Shoes, and Oxfords Monday night, a Dish of Hand's Pure Ice Cream have ever shown, a real 25c. value, Chal-
on Pumps not will be given absolutely free. lenge Sale Price __________________________12/c
in the above. All
included 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 priced Wash Goods even they are marked at prices never
Admission Free Until 6.30 P. M.
all be sold at Challenge Prices. Admission Nights, 5c. and 10 cents before so low.

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SIDELIGHTSBy WANTED TO RENT furnished cottage i.
from .
The news comes to us an authentic -
DAILY source that Dr. W. F. Black- close in that would be suitable
Florida Sentinel man, for so long the ( W. S. Branch) for two small families to do light
South
A REGRETTED president of Flori- housekeeping. Responsible people
MORNING AND W&EKIY RETIREMENT. da's oldest college, The average Northern editor has a and located here indefinitely. AddressP.

W. M. GLENN .....................Editor Rollins, and who, we rather tough time of it through the O. Box 815. 3-27-lt*
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Business Manager believe has directed its fortunes from winter saving up funds to pay his coal I
the first, has tendered his resignation.And I bills, but he is to be congratulatedthat
Entered At the poatofficc at Orlando.. Florida the regret universally felt is ren- he does not have to read nor fur-
u Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION dered the more poignant by the rea- nish space in his columns for the so-

RATES son asigned, his continued ill health. called "poetry" that people write CIISatllrday

Dail,.. 1 Year .1-..................... JS-00 Not only in educational; circles, but about Florida. I
Dail,.. 6 Months...................... 2-60 throughout every walk and conditionof -v- FOR SALEA r
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1-25 life in our state the name of the A friend told us recently that he
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 president of Rollins has from the first had an invariable rule by which to

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 91.00 of his connection with this prominent judge of a story. He said if he start-
institution of learning been known ed into a book and after reading a
IN
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE and honored. He has been esteemedfor few pages the hero began to roll a

ADVANCETO his traits as a man, for his quali- cigarette, that ended the book for
ADVERTISERS: ties as an educator and for his irre- him. He does not believe in cigarette S S Sale l No. 51

f.r display and all ether hand-set proachable character as a Christian. smoking heroes. It occurs to us to bea
Copy
advertising mart be hand in at the business There are other educational institu- good rule and if carried out by
office' .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. tions in our state, larger in numberof 'everybody it would mean that about new twostoryeight ,
the day before publication. This rule applies students and faculty that have I half of the modern novels would nev-
U chances for contract advertising: it islevariable been advertised more widely and have er be read. room modern
adhered to.
and will be strictly
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and dwell-
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued specialties they have featured and by The Times-Union has a head line, I unique
should notify the office in writing on and "A Great Clean-up Campaign Is Pro
backed larger
by
of being
reason with double for those
will be ing of
otherwise it More good news economy
the date of expiration influential constituencies but posed for the City." Wonder if they ,
rates. more
eontinued until notice at to the stop regular U received.sutftcription there is not-and there has not been will begin on the city council and sleeping porches, who appreciate savings.
..... .... It their through the bond
Telephone N .b r -one that has accomplished better or work way chances for callers
more thorough work and has turned trustees, police force etc. If they modern garage and Many tempting price
SATURDAY. MARCH 27. 1915. out a body of alumni of which their do, the odor will reach half way to butlers on Saturday.This .
alma mater has greater reason to feel Tampa. quarters,
will be about the be't bargain
of the old and new proud than that which is about to lose -0- location one
pretty
In large city very
every branches of a peculiar the man that has by his efforts There may have been some "chest- occasion since we inaugurated these series -
there
world are
society of specially"A achieved its greatness and gained its nuts" among the anecdotes told at overlooking Lake of sales.
the Baron's banquet, but nothing of
PECULIAR labor trained through workers who the fame.The retirement of Dr. Blackman that kind characterized the post pran- Eola. $4500.00 will There's no excuse for not saving if you

SOCIETY. long dark hours of from the position he has so long and dial address of the umpire, his name buy this if taken come along.It .
of the world so ably filled will prove a distinct loss to the contrary notwithstanding.
the
that people
night
know. to the state of Florida and will createa now, it is a bargain. doesn't require "headwork" to figure
may These workers enjoy but little of vacancy that it will be difficult to SMOKE: AND ASIIES out the chances at economy. Just come

the ordinary pleasures f.li! and fill.-Tampa Tribune.
: here Saturday-you'll soon see economy
seldom take an active part in the everyday u (By J. Cowan) written all items-big and bold too!
-- on
social affairs of the big cities, "ORANGE BLOSSOM"
and yet the members of this univer- Being a pedestrian our idea of relics Many a surprise will mark this Satur-
of the is gasoline smoke.
sal society are always several hours 'Tis the first glad sign of springtime, past --0- day's Sale-surprises among the choicest I
ahead of other folks in their general When the trees commence to bloom;
of current as well as inter- "Germany Orders Elephants Mobilized merchandise-and the best price conces-
knowledge the last farewell to winter.
And "
at the Front.
national Several events.hours before the public Hiding every trace of gloom.In That's for our Heavy idea Hauling-of-fat chances.0 S. G. olive & SonREAL sions We accompany enumerate every a few one.concessions:

reads in the morning papers the intel- the sheath of snowy whiteness,
And while these groundhogs are
ligence of some great sea disaster There's a touch of perfect bliss.
forward why not forward a ESTATENo.
such as the ill-fated Titanic these Nature pouring forth her glory. going of the American brand for DRESS GINGHAMS

s active f the night workers-the-through newspaper the mirade men of Giving to the earth-a kiss. company sapping and mining? 3 WEST PINE STREET 50 pieces of this season's choicest patterns in

the wireless have been in full posses- As the breezes cross this Southland, -0- Plaids Stripe, Checks, and yarn dyed plain colors,
sion of the facts. When a terrible On a cool and starlit night; War News: "Germans" Succeed in Second Floor all fast colors. Regular 12c. quality
it
conflagration is wiping out a portionof With the orange blossom fragrance, Champagne Fight.encounter.We expect wasa II Saturday, 10 yards for 79c.
hours of staggering
the early
a city during Comes a sense of pure delight.
morning, and when the public is soundin -

slumber, the newspaper men are What a cradle, for the bearing, FANCY DRESS LAWNS
preparing copy and putting the full Of the sometime, luscious fruit.
details of the horror in type. Tis the emblem of creation, 50 pieces. Every one this season's production.
As the average person approachesthe And the voice of God-though mute. Beautiful flowered and Dresden and Dolly Varden
breakfast table each morning and effects, also stripes and checks in combination
leisurely glances over a favorite colorings. Selling right along at 121%. and 15c.
is The DeLand News in its last issue
scarcely a thought
morning ,
paper 8 yards for 79c.
Saturday
given to the wondrous work which has says: "It might be well to mention
been necessary to produce that clean that the Stetson Baseball Associationso
ly neatly folded sheet of printed pa far has made money has no debts, SHEETINGThe
and has not been forced to call on 36-INCH BLEACHED

per.To make possible the production of those who made pledges the first of kind you want is the kind that wears,-
the average morning paper foreign the season to assure the future of the this is the kind, made of long staple Sea Island
correspondents have braved the dangers team. This is a good showing. Cotton, heavy round thread, no dressing. Except-
of the jungle for a brief news g Magnolia AvenueI ional value at 12Vic. a yard.Saturday .

item; war journalists have approached The Germans are sending 1,000,000 10 yards for 79c.
the very firing line of conflicting pigs to Belgium to be fed, and the ,_
armies for a paragraph of war United States may expect at any mo- the Hadley property sit-
have recently purchased
intelligence; regular city ment ot be called on for contributions
have hurried night and day trough to support the starving swine belong- uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. FANCY RIBBONSGuess
the streets and various public build- ing to the Belgians whose fodder I you have been looking- forward for this
ings of the town for special local I must of course go to sustain the in- This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a special item to appear? Ribbons are always
notes; and, to complete this splendid vaders' live stock.-N. Y. Sun. wanted; now's your opportunity to buy them
work, the night editors: )journalists, o I.1 I number of bearing fruit trees.I cheap; remember that Easter will soon be withus.

and, last but not least, the printers, When read in the thaton numberof .
papers
you will sell the entire property or will sell any
have labored at the cost of their account of the crowded conditionof 100 bolts Fancy Ribbons in dainty Dresden,
health and strength. the hotels in the winter resorts of feet off south end. Chene, Moire and Roman Stripes effects. Worth
Result: a morning paper containing Florida, that some forty or more fam- 35c. and 45c.
a record of the previous day's strife and ilies are living in their private cars, The house is in good condition and is arranged into Saturday 19c.
and struggles of the entire world, ,
it does not seem as if there were any
for this the reader pays a small price. hard times.-Palmyra Courier. light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -

o II IIo of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I WHITE SPLASH VOILEThis

Fatherland" is a German maga- is offering his
"The Mr. Bryan now
zine published at New York. In the monthly Commoner at the subscription bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT is one of the best lines we have handled
It
and it has deserved its popularity.
current issue it con- rate of $1.20 for two years or $1 this season,
BARGAIN. best of all looks well.
washes well and
article enti- wears well
THE GERMAN tains an To the unitieshe
for
one year. preserve
SIDE OF IT. tied "EnglandLengthening should give deserving Democratsat Cash or terms. Its a 35c. cent fabric, and good value at that.

the least 16 issues for $1.-N. Y. Her Saturday 10'pieces go on sale at 18/ c. -
The citizen I
American Bread Line. ald. e
\ho asked the Sentinel to publish a o per yard.

portion of the article is a radical Ger- Mother is overjoyed to observe the
man sympathizer. He was born in small boy show such a helpful dispo- i FOULARD SILKSWe
lIe said "If the conflict the but
Hungary. garden
sition by spading up
with this class
well
would stop right now I would gladly likely he is merely after worms have done remarkably
sacrifice my own life. Such an ex- i for very bait. of silk this season, and intend now to make a
pression is an index of this particular o S. Y. WAY clean-up of what we have left. Its a grand wear-

man's feelings.An ing quality we are offering spot and shower
of winter are said to
from the article follows The last days
excerpt proof.
have past and the beautiful Florida Dainty designs on ground colorings of Navy

"Let: us see why so many workmenin brand has arrived o at last. I Insurance and Real Estate Agent Blue Tan Brown, Taupe, White and Black.
factories are
American agricultural Good value for $1.00 a yard.
bought of One of the most successful means
Germany
Last
idle.$3,000,000 year worth of mowers and of entertaining a man is let him brag Saturday, 59c..

us reapers, hay rakes $64,000, planters on himself. I PHONE 172

$20,000, plows $213,000, threshers I I TOWELS !
$261,00. At $2.5 per day in wages -
that loss accounts for nearly' 5,000 DoctorsBuckmaster We have been repeatedly asked "when are yougoing
idle men. In brass goods she took to put towels on again?" Here's the
$1,642,000, which loss throws 2,000 & BrundageOSTEOPATHS chance for those who want them. We have just
brass workers out of work. Starvingout opened up two cases.
the Germans and Austrians will TOWELS worth $2.00 dozen.
United States Case No. 1, HUCK ,
cost the farmers of the
not less than $40,000,000 in a year. Personal instruction under Dr. Still Saturday $1.20 per dozen
one-half of the
"Germany American absorbs wood alcohol usedin at Kirksville, Mo. Case No. 2, TURKISH TOWELS, worth $2.25
exported
the arts. Last year she with Aus- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I dozen. Saturday $1.40 dozen
per
tria took $50,000,000 of our copper National Bank. Phone 578. ,
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000 copper miners and workers addedto \Ye have only a very few left, but the firm's
the bread line. In bleached cotton policy must be adhered to-nothing carried over
cloth she took from us $1,260,000. cot- from one season to another-this is your oppor-
ton waste $1,000.000 corsets $88,000, .. THORNTON PARKis tunity of securing a splendid $15.00 to $20.00
mixed goods, $178,000, phosphate $2- Suit
700.000, binder twine 91000. dried On Saturday for $3.50
apples $1,208,000, ripe apples $1,209-
000, apricots $800,000, peaches $170-

000.rubber prunes goods$2.110,000.$1,200,000,glue shoes$78,000$132-, :, but a step to Lake Eola the beautiful new play SPECIAL NOTE !
of ADS next week.
000 iron and steel products $-$4,800- Take particular note our
000. adding machines $370,000, cash : We shall offer some very special items for
of the
city.
registers $1,200,000." ground EASTER

o BEAR THIS IN MIND

most Doctors disobedient are notoriously patients.their Usually own Water, lights, sidewalks, fine shade trees. Choice

they. eat and sleep irregularly, they
are out in all kinds of weather, and lots now selling at low prices and special inducements
of conta-
they hesitate at no danger
gion or infection: yet of the 2,205 offered to those who build this season.
physicians who died in the United

States last year, 214 were more than 1VES CO.

eighty them more years than old ninety and twenty-one years. The of Call at 905 E. Central Avenue on the premises or DICKSON

average age was about sixty-one
Probably doctors dose them-
years. ask dealer.TAYLOR
selves less than other people do.o your .


The South Florida press,-almost in .DEPARTMENT STORE.

its entirety, is unanimous in support .. ..
of Perry Wall to succeed Xat Bryan I

i for United States senator.unless Two U.both S. I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
senators from one city
were far above the average in wisdom & THORNTON The Store of true service, of never failing cour

and statesmanship, is hardly a tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer
fair distribution.-Ocala BaniTer. chandise, at right prices

Judging by the o facial- -appearanceof Proprietors ORLANDO FLORIDATHE

some women nowadays, the "cleanup
and paint up" movement is being

1 widely observed, particularly the last . '
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ORLANDO'S SOCIAL WORLD Howard. i
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Today NOTICE OF THANKSMrs. I
TODAY'S PROGRAM TAN
Saturday Auction Bridge Club.
Entre Nous Club. M. C. Kingsley gratefully acknowledges 4-Reels--1
- the courtesy of her Victor. "The Foolish Mr. Dingle." 8 4
NULLOS CLUBENTERTAINED church friends, and her neighbors, Rural comedy. i
BY during her present illness. Animated Weekly.
MRS. BUXTON.The Victor. J. Warren Kerrigan in "The
Nullos Club was charmingly DEATH OF J. EDWARD ALLEN Proof of Man." 1o
entertained yesterday afternoon by Gem. "The Amulet.
Mrs. B. C. Buxton at her attractive It was only yesterday that the Sen- Five cents to all.
home at Oakland. A beautiful three tinel learned through lIon. John C.
course luncheon was served following Jones of the death of a former pop- "THE. BOMB"A 0
OPEN FACE WATCH
which bridge was indulged in, Mrs. ular Orlandoite, Mr. J. Edward Allen Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Kinselle, of 1 III
DeWitt Miller winning the club prize which occurred in Jacksonville several Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mr. and
a deck of cards and Miss Jean Per- days from tuberculosis. The remains Mrs. Frank Kaden and child, of Boyne I is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through
son winning the guest prize a pretty ago were interred in the family Lubin special feature com- City, Mich., were in the city this never misrepresenting,and selling at a moderate price, we have established -
bridge score. The club members pres- burying ground at Fernandina. Mr. morning in their automobile bound a clientele which we prize more than any one thing. Let
ent were Mrs. F. Mather-Smith. Mrs. Allen was a talented and popular at- plete in two parts. for St. Petersburg, where they will us show you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets etc.
Harriet Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, torney and resided in this city for :spend a few days. They have been
Mrs. C. B. Robinson and Miss Margaret many years and his demise will cause spending the winter at Orlando, but
w Hart. The guests were Miss regret among the pioneer residents of wished to see St. Petersburg and so ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.Ata .
Miss Jean Person Mrs. motored ,
Vida Miller, Orlando. across countlThey expectto
C. G. Tremaine Mrs. Wood of Chi- return to their northern home in leD
cago, a guest of Mrs. Buxton's Mrs. NOW ORLANDO CITIZEN the same manner. Mr. Kinselle was OJ:::( .
H. L. Beeman. and Mrs. Cliff. There for years a successful real estate mann
will not be a meeting of the club next I I Grand Rapids and Mr. Kaden, who - -
week, but the following week the club Tavares March 26.-Alex Dodds is his son-in-law is in the mercantile -- - -
will be entertained by Mrs. DeWitt has bought property and located in "WIPE YER FEET"A business at Boyne City.-Tampa
Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Dodds were
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Miller at the Wyoming. Times.Lucernel
among Tavares' most prominent and OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
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LAST MEETINGOF appreciative visiting winter tourists, i
THE YEAR. and Orlando is to be congratulated in Selig Comedy. t with only pure white lead and Pure
The New York and New Jersey having added such good and worthy linseed oil as a base. There arc
State association met last evening at people to her citizenship. Mr. Doddsis p cheapening substitutes, but not inC
Tourist Headquarters; and followingits a prominent business man of Grand e the paints we sell. And let us tell
Christian
adjournment will not meet again i Rapids, Mich., is a gentleman. -
of the mem- and is a valuable acquisition to you it paysto buy such paints just as
until autumn as many =
bers are leaving for their homes. any city.CHILD I.- WAE it pays to buy the best butter or
There were several impromptu ad- TODAY freshest eggs.Orlando .
dresses delivered last evening and a LOST FROM ST. PETERSBURG ITEi '
general good social time was enjoyed. HOME IS FOUND THE SUFFERING OF SUSAN LEAD ,

SURPRISEY-0- IN GEORGIA Paint & Wall Paper Co

PARTY. Augusta, Ga., March 26.-A woman ; A Biograph Comedy-Drama. 205 S. Orange Avenue
Last night a jolly bunch of boys who refuses to give her name, but "THE OTHER MAN"A
and girls met on the west end of says she is from Huntsville, Ala., is COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 &
Lake Lucerne and went in a crowd to in jail Waynesboro, where she has
"steal" a surprise on Miss Sarah confessed to Sheriff Johnson she kid- i Reliance Drama. -
Davis, at the home of her parents, naped John Allen Striker the childof
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis South Orange Mrs. W. C. Richter, of Brooklyn,
avenue. After a series of jolly N. Y., who has been missing since I '
games delicious refreshments were November. In divorce case between WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
served. At a late hour the guests departed Mrs. Richter and her former husband HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" "THE WILY CHAPERON"An
each declaring that he had J. A. Striker, the custody of the child S hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
had a "grand" time. was awarded to the mother. Something new Something New !
- After three hours grilling the woman -I American Drama."AN Try it. Ask About it.
SOCIETY NOTES I is said to have admitted the child Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
OF INTEREST.Miss was kidnaped from St. Petersburg, three or more
Emily Miller and Miss Fannie Fla., in November. Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
Dosser whd have been the guests of People through the Waynesborosection COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Miss Sara Siemens leave today for 'I remember that the woman, in POTATO SALADJ.
their home in Tennessee. I February, had the child going throughthe OLD FASHIONED GIRL"A
-o- country begging. When arrestedshe 10 cents NICHOLSON'S
5 cents : TRESBER J. E.
R.
The Empire hotel' was the scene of had a lot of silver money tied in .
a pretty dinner party Thursday even several handkerchiefs. Majestic Comedy. Phone 26 Bakery
ing when the "Here and There" Club I The woman said the child was in
congregated there for a social time.i the country about fourteen miles from
Twenty-five guests were present. The Waynesboro, and agreed to take the MRS. BILLINGSLEY RETURNS
arrangements were under the direction -'I deputy sheriff to the hiding place.
of Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn. Duringthe Ocala Fla., March 26. Mrs. Percy Results
Ads For
Want
solos The Sentinel
evening several were ren- Use
Peck. ORLANDO FAVORED AGAIN Billingsley, who has been visiting 5 cents 10 cents
Miss Alice
dered by friends in Ocala and relatives at Red-
- J. E. Ramseyer, of Fort Wayne dick for a short time, returned to her
The Entree Nous Club will be entertained 0 Bible school has consented to stop home in Orlando yesterday afternoon. ,
this afternoon by :Miss Nor- over three days and be with us at Mrs. Billingsley was called to Red-
ma Beacham. meetings Saturday 3 and 7:30 p. m. dick by the serious illness and deathof
- Sunday 10:45 a. m., 3:30 and 7:30 p. her nephew, Carl DuPree, last FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
The winter social season still has a m., Monday to' be announced. Chil- week. Mrs. Billingsley reports that
full calendar. Despite the coming of dren's meetings in charge of Mrs. her other nephew, John DuPree, who
spring the social calendar for next Ramseyer. Alliance Hall, 22 Pine I has been very ill with pneumonia, is
week is quite full. Miss Mary Rob- street. very much better, and as soon as he Established 1886
inson will entertain on Tuesday for is able will go down to Orlando to
:Miss Marguerite Drennen, of Big pay her a visit.
Stone Gap Va., and Mrs. Otto Grasse, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White and little
of New York Mrs. W. C. Essingtonwill son arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon .
entertain;Monday for the National over the Atlantic Coast Line All round money getters-want ads.OSTEOPATHY. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
Park alumnae; Thursday is the t I train from the south where they have
Rosalind Club which is April Fool been visiting points of interest on the
West Coast and will spend a week in
day, and on Friday Mrs. Essingtonfor j
Miss Drennen and Mrs. Grasse. Orlando with their nephew, Mr. W. N. I
Several other events have been ar Hurd, 110 Summerlin Place, before LOANSRE
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ranged. I Conn.returning to their home in Bristol, DR. J. a HOWELL

-o- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Miss Eda Brewer of Winter Park -- Kirksrille Graduate 'sIL; ESTATE RENTALS
delightfully entertained at a tea on I Joseph Crews, county farm'demon Consultation Free
Thursday afternoon in honor of herguest. strator, spent some time in the Park Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
Miss Marguerite Drennen of last week. He says that W. W. Yothers HoteL
Big Stone Gap Va. A number from *was in DeSoto county last week, :
Orlando who attended the tea, which II giving specific instruction relative to Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
was given at the Winter Park Coun- spraying trees to improve the fruit. Orlando Fla.WOOD.
try Club, were the following: Mrs. lie found considerable scale, rust
Otto Grasse of New York Mrs. JohnT. mite, eta Prof. Yothers is the gov-
Fuller, Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs. Merle ernment entomologist and his ser-
McElroy Mrs. W. C. Essington, Mrs. vices may be had for the asking. He For Sale
W. M. Glenn and the Misses Mary lives at Orlando. Crews was also
Robinson, Fannie Robinson, and Ada accompanied by his little daughters,
Bumby. I Vasta and Lethea.-Zolfo' Springs $2.00 Per Strand

Tourist Headquarters-oAt Thursday I Truth. Veneer Cores House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

afternoon a large and appreciative TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYAN

Rev.audience Mary listened A. Safford to an president address by AT ALL TIMES $4500.00. A bargain. .

the Florida Equal Suffrage Associa- APPRENTICE for dressmaking.Call .
tion. Sunday morning. 208 East Orlando Wood YardB.
Robinson. 3273t.I
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W. Kingsley, Proprietor
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pretty card party was given at I
PINE STREET AND R. R.
WANTED To borrow $1,600 on
the Rosalind Club Thursday after- -
noon. Miss Antoinette Slemons was I! property just outside city limits. Telephone 344
chairman of the hospitality committee Address F. J-, care Sentinel, Orlando. 9-30 . . . . . . . . . ..II.I..,
assisted by Mrs. Clarence Brown 3-27-3tc ,

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PRICES I FOR RENT "Q.ll1ber, La-ths: and Shingles

SENTINEL FOR RENT New, Modem Five
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. .
TO GETREADY
;, FOR RENT-Three rooms for offices
WANTS over Japanese Bazaar, corner of
f\\ CASH .Orange avenue and Pine street. Apply -
Dr. P. Phillips' office. 3-26-3t
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'I _____ TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished
The Morning Sentinel Want rooms with garden; modern _con
65 Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want veniences. Also one detached room ULAN DO
acres Ad Medium in Orlando. 18x20; makes a good work shop; $5
Brick Road. per month. See or address C. Joyce
Terms Cash in Advance. 103 South Division street. 3-26-6t

5 Room House, close in. Easy
RATES FOR RENT-Attractive new modern

Terms. For One Day ______________25t bungalow, six rooms and sleeping Cement Plaster and
For Three Days ___________50c porches; large grounds; completely Royal Agatile Perfection Lime
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Six Days ____________75c screened; in pine grove, on lake near
For One Month ___________$2. 0 Central avenue. Reasonable. Call or
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of address M. C. Hunt Rock Lake.
25 words or less. If the ad con 3-26-61 WE- .
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for FOR RENT-Furnished light housekeeping -
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- rooms, for summer; low
terms. sertion.If rent; adults only. Also furnished
you can't bring your ad to cottage. 10 W. Concord avenue. !;w4tKINCAIB
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts 3-25-3tc 3lUj 5euro71
the above. opened by telephone will be
payable' the following day. TO RENT-For summer, furnished or
unfurnished, cozy bungalow for
Every Home-Every Business- small family. 102 East Concard ave-
Every Man has use for a nue. 3-23-6t
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Sentinel Want Ad.
TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished,
for permanent occupancy, a modernsix aid SNOWDENOrlando's
Watkins Block PHONE 504 room house with bath; rent very
FOR SALE low to desirable people. Mr.J. L., 200
West Concord avenue. 3-16-2w
FOR SALE-Some very fine setter
FOR 90 !DAYSYou pups; cheap. Address B. J. Over- FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con-
street, Lockhart, Fla. 3-26-6t veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. Largest and Cheapest
can buy foundation J_ Knox. 11-3-tf
stone building blocks side- FOR SALE-Ford touring car. A-l
condition; owner going North; 1913 NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
walk tile, or anything in my model; will sell for $225; worth dou- to adults only. 409 Delaney street. FURNITURE HOUSECor.
line at reduced. Call around ble amount. Aply Nat Berman 114 10-25-tf .
and let me surprise you on Orange avenue. 3-25-3t -

prioes. WANTED
FOR SALE-On account of other important -
Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
F. D. GORE business I will sell my WANTED TO TRADE nice grove .
grocery store stock and fixtures, sit- property for city property. Ad-
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. uated on South Orange avenue. F. J. dress P. O. Box 568. 4-25-6tc
Jones. 3-24-Gt
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. WANTED-At once white girl to -
FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome cook for four gentlemen; good pay.
for small family; garden Apply 124 West Church street. r
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- 3-25-St
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
avenue. 3-7-lmo WANTED-Nice young girl for cash-
ier. Strictly business. Apply at

OR. JOSEPHINE IIARPER FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold at Plaza Restaurant at once. 3-26-3tc Sale
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Office corner Orange Avenue and once, new six room house; largelot
WANTED-Good boys about fourteen
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., garden, chicken yard garage. of
Part cash and rest terms. Located years age to carry paper routes.
Phone 419.FLORIDA. corner Columbia and Atlanta streets. Must have bicycle, and be familiar .
Call T. C. Brannon with names of streets in district of
on at S. A. L.
town to which he is appointed. Also
freight depot. 3.236t'FOR 015s
able to do good collecting. For information -
address or call at this office. I
SALE-Modern home; eight 3-24-tf
PRODUCTSThe rooms and bath; orange trees and
r large oak; seven minutes walk to WANTED refined middle aged
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner woman to share the home of an
Wakefield' Preserving Company 412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo elderly couple as companion. 77, care Gas HeatersHaving

of Geneva, Fla., had a display of Sentinel. 3-23-6t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For
orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies Syracuse or, Rochester property, Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
and Preserves at the County Fair house at 210 South Main street. Also Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
house and small grove on Lakeview next day. 3-3-tf
that were admired by all who saw avenue. Inquire of owner, 419 Mar- a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
garet street. 3-21-61 CONTRACTORR.
them. has N. SEYMOUR is the man to see ry through the coming summer we are going to close them
This in
now a display
company
FOR
SALE-A
Clark's one horse cut- before letting contract, if you are go-
our window. Be sure to see it. away harrow; a 14-tooth cultivator ing to build and want the best house out during the month of March at the following prices:
; a farm harness; all just as goodas possible for money invested.P. _
new, for sale; low price. W. J. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
Barber Orlando. Just south of Dren- 2181mocFor

TOURISTSshould nen Station. 3-21-6td-ltw cleanest clearest Kodak finish $8.50 Heaters for $6.80

BARGAIN if sold at once, two choice ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
take some pf this Florida Fruit building lots on Amelia avenue, 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

home with them.CARUTBERS. Colonial Park. $275 each; or on time, BUYERS AND SELLERSI
$300 each at 6 per cent. interest. buy, sell rent, and exchange real
4.50 Heaters for 3.60
Owner, Box 694 Orlando la. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
3-21-6t over 30 Have handled
years. over
$20,000,000. Call and see me. 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
& GORE FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I
at once, house of seven rooms;!
screened porch, bath, trunk room,and Take Kodak films to Robinson. .

New Modern G Grocery large splendid postoffice.closets location Cash, gas; or and five terms.electric minutes Inquire lights from; your 3-3-tf- BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.


Owner, 312 North Main. 3-18-12t .

Phone 200 LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. A
BargainLot
Also furnished or unfurnished
houses for summer rental. Price and
terms reasonable. W. H.
6 and 8 East Pine St. er, 215 South Main street Eaton, opposite own-
Methodist church. Phone 99.

2-27-lmo ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

FOR SALE-A good work horse;
Orlan ..Was inRton guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- overlooking Lake
o. quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.Hanson's GAS DEPARTMENT

Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo Lucerne, $1.600. Must


FOR cottage SALE, seven OR RENT-Two rooms: and story bath be seen to be appreci--

modern conveniences, roomy porches,
DRAWING ROOM excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. ated. CallCARL .
2-23-tf

Sleeping Cary
FOR SALE One acre; forty bearing Lillies '
trees; a good house; my wife andI Easter finle Pioneer Paint &)Wall PaperStoreHas
are making a living on it. Come
First Car on March 16 and see what Florida will produce.

Easy terms to purchaser. W. J.
Barber Orlando Fla. Just south of FOR EASTER always on hand a large and well selected
VIA Drennen Station. 3-21-Gtd-ltw DANNREAL Wall Grade Varnishes
stock of Papers. High Paints,

Brushes Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully orderin ,
Get
Atlantic Coast Line equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, your
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at ESTATECOMPANY CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad of the South Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf .
early ALWAYS GLAD T01ISEE YOU AT

Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. FOR SALE Story & Clark upright

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle -- FINLEY'S PIONEER
Tuesdays Thursdaysand Weeks in the recent contest will be
sold for benefit of Baptist church
SaturdaysLeaving building fund. Piano may be seen EGIVE 67 Cornt r Pine and Court
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. .violet Dell Florist.
Weeks, 10 Washington street.
Orlando on Train 82,. 1-13-tfc .
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fri-' SPRINGFIELD PLANT

days and Saturdays.For FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
in A-l condition; cheap for -
Reservations and Tickets cash or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor
Agent.call on A. C. L. Local Ticket 905 1-4-tf East Central avenue. Phone 696. & FLOWER{ CO. 509. 408 South Lake St. The 1a1x'3etOF


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CLEANLINESS OF
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock FRANK CARY ELWES Manager QUALITY
and tools, best farm in county; va- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

to-date riety fruits buildings 1,600 etc.trees Room; elegant 3, Rock up- Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH AND SALT MEATS t

: Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- All kinds of cut Flowers for sale. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

., er. 1-16-tfc Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carna- CHIROPRACTOR Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freab
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
GREAT CHALLENGE SALE ALI tions, Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easter 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone and pure.

THIS WEEK Lily Plants, 2, 3, 4 and 5 buds to a 209. Intelligent people everywhereare We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.. We have
Don't fail to attend the Great (Sal being restored to health by chiropractic everything in the Meat Line.
DR. L H. RAMSDElLIOPTOM ience Sale at the Big Store. Yo'ir plant. adjustments, the new scienceof
ETRIST dollars do doubl duty here. 1t5 removing the cause of disease. Examination -
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE your. opportunity, take advantage of PHONE 6774JACKSONVILLE free. 12-24-lmo: H. iii. Selfk Ss CO.
it while it lasts. 3-23-6t
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Umbrellas recovered and repaired PHONE NO. 801 PINE STREET
AND DO ALL KINDS OF An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free "while you wait," at Young's Repair
OPTICAL REPAIRING at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-t 2021 Main St. Florida Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre


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CAMPUs.' EVENTS AND TALK I-J- football team has met a far West college Personal Items DIAMOND FLASHES around. for a short while aching in stations, announced last week; being
COLLEGE ATHLETIC eleven. every limb and then changes back 125 per cent. of the current rates on
CIRCLES -0To (By AI Demaree) into his working togs and hikes to the boxed fruit of 80 pounds which is
I From Taft Fla.Taft scene of tourture. After violent exercise equivalent to the same rate in cents
State .
at
Washington
man J
every It is for the homoto he wends his back to 100 pounds.The .
the customary genus weary way per
coach of the Yale track College who has won his letter I
John Mack
introduce himself when burstinginto his room and switches his clothes for League also announces a reduction -
team feds that the prospects for a athletic association presents a pass to print. It is also considered quite dinner. Then if he is going to some of 5 cents per crate in the
this not all athletic events. This is good Fla. March 24. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
championship squad year are pass -
proper to give good and sufficient swell affair-nature fake-he dolls up rate on celery from Florida to Colo-
bright. The loss of E. H. for life. E. Mockett spent one day last weekin
especially .
reasons whenever one launches a'' in his party suit.The rado common points such as Denver,
Potter, the hurdler, and the probability Orlando viewing the orange indus- "column" upon the tempestuous sea next and last shift of scenery Colorado Springs, Pueblo, etc. This
that George Brown, the half miler VANISHED IN FLORIDA ON DEC- tries in the packing houses and look- of journalism. Far be it from me to for the day is when he crawls into reduction which is equivalent to $20
who was operated on at Christmas 12 LAST YEAR ing the city over generally. They report depart from these time honored customs his pajamas just before hitting the per car, became effective on March 1.
time, will not be able to get back in passing a very pleasant day, and so lend me your ear for a moment corn husks. On the following and
form this season are the chief causes New York.-No clue to the where- incidentally subscribed for the Senti- while I unburden my soul. j succeeding days, repeat until ex SPEPCIAL FIRST CLASS PARTYTO

for worry. There are only eighty abouts of Robert Allen Striker, four nel.Mrs. The times are hard and so are my hausted. NEW YORK VIA ATLANTIC
men out for the team now, a much and half old, son of Mrs. Wil- John Hill has returned home creditors all all cred- -0-
a years ; so are they COAST LINE TUESDAY NIGHT.
smaller squad than last year. liam C. Richter of No. 474 McDon- from the hospital much improved but itors. Bread is now soaring near the ,II The Pennant Dope

- ough street, Brooklyn, has been found not entirely well yet. I skies at six cents a loaf. That is al- ':., No column is complete without I MARCH 30. SEE GEO. A. CLARK,
Washington and Lee is becoming since he disappeared about noon December The "medal contest" passed off very i most the last straw. The high cost some pennant dope. While it is earlyin 213 RIDGEWOOD AVE. THROUGH

prominent on the track since Forest 12, 1914 from St. Petersburg, successfully at the chapel last Thurs- of living is as high as the high cost j the season to make any predictionsworth SLEEPER. 3-18-tfc
}.Fletcher a former Notre Dame star, Fla. He and his mother were on a day evening. Miss May Hartmyerwon of loving was a few short years ago. I while I firmly believe that

was obtained as athletic coach. Fletcher visit there. the medal on speaking. I need some new shoes, the kind you 'I Boston or New York will win the National Don't overlook the want ads.DON'T .
who represented America in the Relatives and friends of the boy Mrs. A. J. Richardson and Mrs. spike people with sliding pads and League race unless some other ',
Olympics at Stockholm in 1912, was have followed up several supposed 'Herbert Tice (the twins) were in Or- maybe a new glove 3j addition to, club beats them out. This is :reliable .
the 8rghestrndividual JOint winner at clues vv Ffawts.., AXatfama. and CI T- X gvwrong V>T \\.. v
Notre Dame for four years. He also I gia in vain. On February 12 it was pleasure.Mr. gentle art of cartooning with the less j -0-
was one of three men who won the i believed the boy had been found in I : A. C. Day, of Oxford, N. Y..I'I delicate pastime of punching the typewriter } 1 win dish up another column whenever 4I j I
letter four consecutive years Ga. and it arrived last Friday and is the guestof I pet time between changesof WORRY
varsity Columbus again was reported I I have an itching in my bosom : any
and team. The others had been in Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tompkins, on clothing. i
captained a that the child Syl- I to give baseball patrons, commonlycalled j I I I
who won the letter four times in a vania, Ga.th an old woman bound Third street. Mr. Day is a railroad fans, an inside glimpse into the I 1, Ii i{
clerk the Utica & Binghamton
row were Charles Dorais quarterback for Atlanta. i postal on life, actions, and feelings of ball play- I
that
g To correct Impression
been in : an our
having
Ken- railway postotfice
Notre Dame last and offered reward of
The
at year family a $500 I
track coach at I the service about twenty years, ands ers.Now Challenge Sale closed Saturday night i
neth He
Rockney, now for the of Robert. is that know think
recovery or you
showing you want to that the Big Sale lasts If disappointed
taking vacation and is I we say are
now a i you
Notre Dame. about three feet tall, weighs about know the and wherefore of this
I I why
Florida all this week and maybe next week.
good judgment by touring -
- forty-five pounds, has reddish brown for pleasure and probably future column I go on with the story.Straight The charcfs for good bargains are I about getting a new Easter -
week fifteen outfielders reported hair, dark brown a tiny
Last very eyes -o-
better this week than ever. 23-6t Suit can put
settlement as Florida and Taft especially I ,we your
in the Dartmouth gymnasium in scar on his upper lip and a very Tips
response to a call issued by Coach prominent chest. On the day he dis- looks good to him. He will Ball players are not the money mad I old one in good condition -

Woods. Most of the men who reported appeared he was playing in front of visit before Tampa he returns and other North.J. southern. points individuals that some people think F. E. C. RATES for just such occas-
for the outer gardens were not the cottage where the family was they are. They are just like other I
Mockett C. A.
J. E.
S. Barklow ,
overburdened with knowledge of baseball staying in St. Petersburg. Tompkins, A. C. Day, C. Avery andT. people and want as much as they can 1 Advice has just reached the officesof I ions.
of the second string infield .' for their services. few
and some R. Adams were taking in the sights 'I. get Very get the Florida Growers' and Shippers'League I
men had to be shifted to the out- WARNING SENT WHEAT GROWERS and transacting business in Orlando any more than they are worth. If at Orlando, that the Florida
field. Bull of last year's team and Saturday.Rev. they were not worth what they re- East Coast railway placed in effecton .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
Scudder of the freshmen team last Dr. Carnine district superin- ceive you can bet all the wheat you March 15th rates from all its stations .
year were among those who came out lec- got that they wouldn't be getting it. to Jacksonville (when for beyond -
and both appear to be likely candidates "Don't plant any more acres" of tendent the gave a very last interesting -0- ), on oranges and grapefruit, in Dry Cleaning
ture at
chapel Saturday
the evening -
wheat than did last is
you year If ball had the solid
berths. ivory
for players
sulk, straight or mixed car loads
also preaching in the place Steam Cleaning
same
I advice to American farmers by E. S. domes that generally cred-
- they are minimum 24,000 pounds. These rates
I Jordan, sales manager of the Thomas Sunday morning. ited with, would all be inside and Repairing
Trainer Smith of the University of B. Jordan is in John Hill and Mrs. Minnie Riley they were constructed in the same manneras Pressing
Maine has established a precedent in close Jeffrey touch with company.the European situa- were business callers in the county looking out.Baseball . those from A. C. L. and S. A. L.
circles for his latest idea is --
training seat Monday.A .
tion. His has sold about on
company
to cut down
to teach his track men by means of owners try
received bears the
telegram just
$3,000,000 worth of motor trucks to
much possible and the
lIe claims that the expenses as as
moving pictures. sad of the death from blood poi- .Hammond
Europe and has a number of promi- news
easiest of doing this is to keep
learn form this way
men. can way quickerand soning of Fred S. Tompkins. the onlyson
nent officials representing it at the salaries low. That is good businessso
better than any other. of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ,
Tompkins
European capitals. His advice is a long as unfair tactics are barred.
- direct result of their reports. of this place, at Castle Creke N. Y.
April 10 has been chosen as the I Russia is making herculean effortsto He formerly lived here in Taft for a Difference-oA ; Gore

date for the three cornered intercollegiate move its immense supplies of while but returned North. He was When ball player asks for more
Pacific coast rowing cham- sick but short time. He leaves a
wheat to Black sea porjs, ready for a a money and gets it, everybody yells,
between California Washington widow and two sons, one of
pionships immediate shipment when the allied young "
"Robber! When in other
and Stanford. Tidal conditions fleets succeed in storming the Darda- whom is with his grandparents here. line of business asks a man for a any raise and FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS.
will be suitable on this date and it nelles and the Bosphorus. India and
gets it, everybody is there with the
was definitely decided to hold the South American countries have increased JOIN DUVALL PARTY TO NEW glad hand to congratulate him. Why PRICES
LOW
in the morning. The Oakland REAL VALUES
races their wheat area this
year YORK, NIGHT OF 27th. SPECIAL the difference_ ?
estuary has been selected as the and when the immense surpluses of COACH VIA ATLANTIC COAST .
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course over which the eights will con- these countries are made available I COMPARE
test. It was stated recently that if prices will down with a bang. In LINE. RATE $17.60. PHONE 441. It now appears that :Mr. Baker, the
financial assistance could be obtained the meantime go the American farmer 3-18-tfc slugging guardian of the third sack,
from the exposition authorities three wants more money. He isn't the only
had better diversify his crops and not OUR FURNITUREWe
Eastern crews would be invited to the be caught later in the year with mil- GOETHALS OBJECTS TO J. BOYD baker asking for more money' and I I
coast to compete with the Western getting it these days.Changing .
lions of bushels of wheat when the AS LAND COMMISSIONERPanama.
eights. chief demand is for other kinds of -o- I provide the quality of furniture that has long

- farm products. .-As governor of the Canal ClothesA : been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Syracuse football players will takea ball player's life during spring standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
to the Pacific coast next fall if Zone Major General Goethals has cabled is of dress-
trip training just a nightmare
There will be a sale of home here it otherwise. We ca 't make
It wouldn't were
plans now in the making are fruitful.At to Washington a protest againstthe ing and undressing. lie changes-
a recent meeting of the athletic cooked of next food Saturday week at and Merck's continuingall drugstore appointment of Jorge Boyd as clothes so often that he can wear outa this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones
governing board the preliminary in less time than it takes for business ami that much to buyer.
arrangements suit of this means any
under the auspices of the Ladies' the Panama member of the joint land I I
for such erati- tired of her hus-
a trip wer an actress to get
Aid Society of the Baptist
fied. The schedule calls for a game commission because Boyd is attorneyfor band. Some speed!
church, the of which is to
with the University of Montana at raise funds purpose for the new Baptist some claimants. His father Fed- lie has to get up in the morningand McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
Missoula Mont., Thanksgiving day breakfast, then undress ,
on church. Cakes, candy, pies, etc. eric Boyd, resigned from the commis- dress for
and on the following Tuesday a con- and into his monkey suit for
test with the Oregon Agricultural 3-25-3tc sion because of illness. morning get practice. About noon he Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SU Orlando Fla.OMllMMIilllllitliMMIMMMItMltlttMIIIIIIIIH .

College team at Portland, Ore. If rushes back to the hotel, leaps out of J
these contests are held it will be the Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! of all kinds. Don't fail to read the big circularsof the spangles and into garments more -
first time that an Eastern college Go to II. Kanner's Easter Sale.3-26-4t II. Kanner's Easter Sale. 3-26-4t- appropriate for luncheon. lie sits



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ANNOUNCEMENT. i .3.








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TO 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


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 [$4,000.00] 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 property to control, our Mr. Benedict will leave during the summer season for an ex- '


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


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


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


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

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


reduction of the commission, which is considerable, is not the only benefit for the property holders, as wen Iforithe;


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


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 BankORL4NDO

Total Responsibility::

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00
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Surplus ___________$25,000.00\




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LOCAL AND PERSONAL

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rt Mrs. Eugene Hunt is over from
Minneola visiting Mrs. J. A. Abber-
t ?erf at her home on the corner of
Church and Liberty streets.

rf.t f Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Young and Mr. m/s 'PRUDENTft4N e-
Ii Iii S. C. Young of Dunedin were among

the; Floridians visiting Orlando yes- UT///SF/RST 1,

Iip f.f f. Juan terday.: hotel.They are stopping at the San SAVNGSYTHK BA/Y/1


f Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Bohling, of iL
Chicago, are among the late arrivalsin (
p I the city who contemplate an indefi- .
; j nite stay. They are registered at the
San Juan hotel. c __ 4

YThp # d, i
For Men's, Boys' and Children's

.. Clothing at half-price go to H. Kan-
ner's Easter Sale. 3-2G-4t
h t4i
t
'\ Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick of
New! York are among the late arriv-
als in the City Beautiful to spend the
: Money deposited here and left untouched for spring season. They are making
their home at the San Juan.

6 or 12 months earns with absolute safety per
:Mr. and Mrs. John Leu, who have kiLt'I'
cent-the security back of it is unquestioned. been visiting their mother, Mrs. M. N.

Leu, and brother, Mr. Harry P. Leu,
to the depositor" is the guiding prin- at their home on East Central avenue,
"Safety
left yesterday for their home in Roch-
ciple in this Bank of Service and Progress-a prin- ester, N. Y.

: ciple that has built up one of the largest Banksin Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Snyder of
N. Y., will leave for '
this of the A principle that will Rochester today
part country. their: home in the Empire State. Thisis 4 27I -?
continue to build up the business because it will their second season in this city, and .Ok.P.ftr
if nothing prevents they expect to return -
be faithfully followed in the future as it always I early in the fall. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MONEY -
has been in the
past. :Mr. A. D. James and son, Master
Julian left yesterday for Cambridge, HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?'
: where will later be
Md., they joinedby
YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT
The State Bank of Orlando Fla. Mrs. James and children, who
have been spending the winter in Or- YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN H PER CENT. IN-

lando. TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE

Mr. Harry ilofTman returned to Or- ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE

lando yesterday from New York TAKE AN INTEREST UN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-
where he had been to look after important -
business matters. Mrs. Hoffman TOMER.
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Seth
Woodruff.Mr. .

Peoples National Bank"IT
A. G. Payne, Florida passenger
agent of the L. & N. railway, and Mr.J. .
C. Spencer, of the M. D. & S. rail-
IS -IS-APLEASURE SERVE YOU."
way, were among the popular trans-
portation men looking after business
matters in Orlando jesterday.(
r

Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Williams, HelenG.
Summer CockingShouldn't Taylor, W. F. Glynn, Keith M.
White, and Harry Dobbs, motored to
Cook Orlando yesterday from Crescent City
and spent the day shopping and tak-
& ing in the sights of a real live city.
the Cook _4 w Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Price, who have
Transients registering at the San been winter visitors in Orlando, returned -
Getting dinner ready Juan hotel yesterday include W. P. to their home in Fairport, N.
Wilkinson, New York; J. N. Riddle, Y., yesterday over the Atlantic Coast
in July! is jmt: as comfortable Toledo; W. N. Braddy, Lotta, S. C., Line. They have nothing but praisefor TRY AChocolate
this city and hope to return again .
and W. F. Bleekman and C. M. Rog-
a3 in Novemj ers, Daytona. next season.

ber-if use a .
you Miss Josephine Reid, who is attend- Mrs. Dr. George, who has been
FLORENCE OIL ing the Cathedral school of the dio- spending several weeks in Arcadia,
cese of Southern Florida, at Orlando, arrived in Orlando yesterday after- '
COOK STOVE. "The Turning Point in Oil Stove tory" is expected home to spend Easter noon to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Top-
liff, at the Childs House on Church
week with her parents Cant and Mrs.H.
The !hcut goes i into thecooking FLORENCEOil M. Reid.-Punta Gorda Herald. street. Mrs. George is en route. to mss,
her home in Goffstown, N. H.
ret into the:
For Ladies,* Misses' and Children's
kitchen. It docs your Cook Stoves Hats and Ready-to-wear goods go to Mr. Arthur W. Cuscaden, one of
II. Kanner's Easter Sale. 3-26-4t Tampa's oldest and substantial citi- Ice Cream
workvell and reliably, "Look for the Lever"and zens, was a visitor to Orlando yester-
- - day. He spent the day in company
keeps com Dr. H. W. Ballantine, of East Or-
you with his friend, Mr. S. J. Sligh, who
fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan ange, N. J., who spends his wintersat showed him over the city and the sur-
Orlando, was here Tuesday of this rounding country. SodaMcELROY'S
coal week visiting his relative and old time
a stove.:
chum, H. W. Edmunds, of Farmville,
Va., who is at the home of his daugh-
You can I keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor ter, Mrs. M. E. Miller.-Tavares Her !

mere y simmering flame. ald.. C. VATER


Come in and l let us show you how these Florence For the convenience of the travel ....THE GERMAN JEWELER...
Stoves work how and reliable.No NORTH Mr. Cliff Cohen, passenger PHARMACY
Automatic : simple agent Atlantic Coast Line, will oper- watch ;
I make specialty in fine
Wicks to {burn out. No Valves to leak. Once ate sleeper from Orlando Tuesday a ..
All grades American,
night, March 30, through to New repairing
started, each burner will keep going at the same York This car will be ready for occupancy Swiss, English watches; also Jewelry We deliver drugs free
at 9 o'clock. See local ticket and Spectacles, expert in this
power until you turn j h out. agents. 3-27-tfc
line. All repairs guarauteed. day and night.I .

PERFECTLY SAFE Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gifford and sister Opp. Post Office; Pine Street
Mrs. Delmater, who have been
Read adv. in Saturday Evening Post. making their headquarters in Orlando I -
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during the winter season, while mak- -- - -
ing side trips to nearby towns, will r.
See it in window.
operating our return to this city today from St.
Petersburg, where they have been
taking in the sights of that resort
for a couple of weeks. They have
Oscar Hand & Son pleasant apartments with Miss Mollie I II
Lendrum, 210 Patrick street, where I .
they will remain until starting for j!
their homes in New York.
WEST PINE ST.


FORAGE GROCERY CO. Y
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SAVINGS CENTER : ; ;
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Saturday Specials
Lemons, per dozen ____:__u___ 15c. SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE .,. ,, 'if.
Your Wife a Tomatoes, 4 cans ___________u 25c. I
Corn, 3 cans _________________ 25c. INVESTMENTS, in the long run are ....L .
I Small milk, 12 cans _______u__ 45c. !">
: Tall milk, 12 cans ____________ 90c. where earning combines with .,
Good Watchand Salmon, 6 cans ____________u_ 65c. placed power 4j _
: Sardines. 6 cans ______________ 25c. GREATEST SAFETY. I 4
,'I Corn beef, 1 can ___________u_ 22c.
Van Camp's pork and beans, 3 That is why this Bank has 8&0 SAVING I 4 %
see how it will harmonize the workings of your I cans 25c.
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Van Camp's ((large) ;k-ir d DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER -
household. beans, 1 can 15c. f
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,'I Tomato catsup, 3 bottles ______ 25c. OF FLORIDA. ;. J
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- Campbell's soup, 3 cans ____u_ 25c.i .
I Pure syrup, 3 cans ____________ 25c. 4 cent paid on Saving Accounts. ,
orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand : Fresh loose ground coffee, per per E r0sfi
t-
pound ___u________________ 18c.
laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our Pure country butter, per pound SOc.

Best butter, per pound ________ 38c.
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera Tub butter, per pound ________ 35c.
Full cream cheese per pound___ 20c.
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand White House coffee, per pound 35c. __ ..
___ F
Cracker Boy coffee, per pound 2Sc. 1
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or Lard, per pound ______________ lOc. .
Large pail Snowdrift lard1.05
Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold 24 lb. sack best flour _:_____1__ 1.10
Middlings _..__________________ 1.80
filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 upT.D.EVANS Best chicken feed _____________ 225
Corn. ________________________ 1.90
: Best oats ____________________ 2.40 Or1allo B nk & Trn t L
Beet pulp ____________________ 1.85 n ill ffiW
Bran _______________________ 1.70
Cotton sede meal _____________ 1.45
H Best wheat ___________________ 2.85
Cotton seed hulls ____u_______, .65
Sweet feed ____________$1.65 and up Consultation Incurs No Obligation. .
6,000 pounds of meats consisting of
salt pork, breakfast bacon, hams
JEWELER boneless shoulders smoked butts, and
,, dry salt shoulders, boiled hams, and
other varieties-meats to please the
..,.. . . .1..1.11.111111.1111111111.111111111,1" ... most fastidious.



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