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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 28, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
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THE MORNING SENTINEL







THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1915. NUMBER: 39.:

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SIEGE OF MATAMORAS HAS COMMENCED;






. ITALY ALREADY FOR ENTRY INTO WAR




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BULLETIN STOPPED ADVANCEr SAYS-CARRANZAHAS VILLA PROSPERITY IN 6 6i IOWA TOURIST TIS ITALIAN TO JOIN ALLIES'GOV'T-IN WAR SIDE IS READY ON 30,000- VIMS GIVEN






ONE BROWNSVILLE WOMAN KILLED! MONTHS, SAYS i: FLEECED OUT RUSSIA HOLDS GATE TO HUNGARY ORDERS TO MAKE fiNAL .



Stray Shot Across Border Kills Bulgaria Leans Towards Allies

Woman-Citizens Protectedby OF $$2,000 -:May Act Jointly With


Breastwork Eight UNDER1IVOODBUSI Roumania and MOVE[ AGAINST T TJUIPICO


Feet High I DEPOSITED A LETTER OF Italy

NESS WILL BE NORMALIN : I CREDIT DREW CASH
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March 26 via March
San Antonio, Tex. March 27.-A Rome, Paris
special dispatch from Brownsville at SHORT TIME GAVE TO GANG 27.-Every measure possible has been VILLA WILL HEAD CAVALRY MURDER McMANUS: NOT SE-
4:45 p. m. says fighting between Villa
taken by the Italian government pre-
AND INFANTRYIN RIOUS ENOUGH TO CUT
and Carranza forces at Matamoras I II

stopped after Villa advance guard BANK OF ENGlAND RESPONSIBLE IOWA BANK NOW HOLDS THE BAG paratory to the beginning of hostili-
were unsuccessful in four assaults on : ties by Italy on the side of the allies. PERSON RELATIONSNew


j the breastworks-near the river. I I !I I Rome, March 26, via Paris March Taking of Tampico Is Perplexing Order of Carranza Means
Brownsville, Tex., March .-One For Chaotic Condition in Financial -I And for a Time Rumor Had It 27. Close observers here of the Bal-

woman was killed on the streets at kan situation profess to see indica- Problem-Carranza Additional Levy of $1 Per
I
Brownsville today, struck by a stray World-Cause Due to That Peoples Bank Would i tions of a gradual tendency on the

bullet during the conflict between the Paper Exchange Lose-Dow Returns I part of the Bulgarian government to Will Defend Town of Bale on Hemp for
Villa and Carranza forces the .
over adopt a policy favorable to the allies.It
border line.Heavy Basis With Cash is believed Bulgaria hopes to act Matamoras ExportWashington
rifle firing started outside of I jointly in that direction with Italy
Matamoras about noon. Three thou- via :March 27.-Thl"
and Rumania. Ebano Tamallipas, Mexico, state-
sand of Villa's men are opposing the By Uichard F. Lussier Staff Correspondent The following story reads like a partment does not regard the insultto
March 27. Thirtythousand
Calientes,
Carranza forces. The Carranzistaarmy Birmingham moving picture drama. I I Russia Holds Gateway Aguas the American flag at Mexico City
numbers about 10,000 and Age-Herald Villistas today received or- by Zapatistas at the time of the
I Several weeks ago an Iowa farmer j London, March 27.-Russia today mur-
breastworks eight feet high protectthe I for the third time holds the gates to ders to make a final move against der of McManus as serious enough to
defenders of the city. Two lines United States Senator Oscar W. deposited a letter of credit at the i 1 Hungary and British observers virtually Tampico. bta subject for separate diplomatic

of these breastworks are on the out- I Underwood predicts the return of Peoples National Bank amounting to i are united in the expectationthat General Felipe Angeles will be absolute demands.
- skirts of the city. i prosperity within the next six months. nearly $2,000, and drew out the cash. | the Teutonic allies will make a This was indicated today by Lansing -
The attack began about 2 p. m. and : In point of fact Senator Underwood In the meantime a gang of crooks supreme effort to prevent the forcesof commander of the artillery counsellor of the state department -
the cavalry continued to fire all after- : frankly avows that to the test of his Emperor Nicholas from again forces, while Villa will ride at the who said the insult was committed -
noon without decisive results. Theyare I belief and knowledge business conditions -I got next to the farmer and on a gambling pouring on to the Hungarian plains. head of the cavalry and infantry and by "freebooters," acting with-
evidently waiting for the artillery i are already becoming adjusted I game made him believe he had Meager reports from Vienna indi- direct the attack personally. I I! out authority and the incident was

when it is expected the town will be I to the turbulent times and that a normal a fortune and they succeeded in annexing cate some depression in Austria on Military experts agree that the taking -(I covered by expressions of regrets by
shelled. I state of affairs now prevails in I the $2,000 on short notice. I account of the fall of Przemysl, but of Tampico is one of the most i the Zapatista authorities.

Brownsville pt'oplek'pt off the I the financial world. The lowan then hastened to his nai i I on the other hand the papacy denies perplexing problems yet confrontedby ; Conferences to fix the amount of indemnity -
streets all day because of the danger. Senator Underwood stated that the tive state, transferred all of his prop- that this has resulted in overtures Villa and ten days is the shortest I in the McManus case are now

from bullets. 'I Bank of England had been the clearing erty, got more cash, paid it over to from Emperor Francis Joseph in an possible time in which he hopes to being held at Mexico City and the
The United States patrol at the I house of the world and that when the slippery gangsters and then dis : endeavor to obtain the interventionof reduce the port.Preparing I amount agreed upon will be turned
'ridge and along; the river has been this colossal financial institution sud- appeared. the Pope on behalf of a separate over to Mrs. McManus and her chil-
increased. denly changed from a specie to a pa- Then the Peoples National Bank peace. to Defend :Matamoras I dren who still live at Mexico City.
per exchange basis the world of presented the letter of credit to the : Italy and the Balkan States still are Laredo Texas, March 27.-With a I Advices received by the navy department
PROMINENT VISITOR IN OR- finance was thrown into chaos. This, Iowa bank and that bank refused to stubbornly "sitting on the fence," battle on at Matamoras and the Vil- I from Admiral Caperton indicate
LANDOMr. with the appalling depreciation of the cash it. which position they are liable to lista army with a strong force within that Carranza has been foiledin

. cotton market, caused the business Accordingly C. P. Dow, cashier of maintain in the opinion of a notable seventy miles of Nuevo Laredo, the his attempt to blockade the port of
J. D. Rooney, secretary of the upheaval and the ensuing financial de- the Peoples National Bank took a section of the British press until the Carranza garrison at Neuvo Laredo is Progresso by the threat of American

Ocala board of trade, was among the pression. However, Mr. Underwoodwas train to the Iowa city, arrived thereon Dardanelles fighting has produced preparing to defend the town. Gen- warships to interfere, and decided to
prominent Floridians visiting Orlando gratified at the stability of Amer- on Wednesday morning, left there sane! definite results. eral Herrera and staff from Piedras place an even heavier tax on the export -
yesterday. lie had been to St. Petersburg ican institutions in that the United Wednesday night with the $2,000, interest ', Negras arrived in Neuvo Laredo this i of sisal than he at first content-
to take in the Good Roads I States was able to bear the brunt of I and traveling expenses. I I MISS FISH'S FUNERAL :afternoon and his force of 400 cavalrywill plated. The new order of {arranza

convention and stopped off in Kissimmee the business depression with such for- The last that has been heard of the reach there tonight. means the purchasers; of 100.000; bales
to make an address to the Osce- I titude and also showing such unmis- I farmer was that he was travelingwith Funeral services for Miss Anna now awaiting shipment ai i-rogresso:
ola County Farmers' Association takable signs of aggressive recovery. the gang. Elizabeth Fish were held at the residence LARGE PARTY LEAVES FOR THE will have to pay an extra levy of

which met in that city yesterday. United States Senator Underwood The easy farmer was a winter res- of her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. NORTH about $.J a bale.Orlando.

t arrived in Orlando a few days ago. ident here and he was led to believe George S. Fish, on Gore avenue, yes- .
lie came direct from Washington and that he had won several thousands of terday afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev. Two large tourist parties one con-
Brief Bulletins : issued the statement that he wanted ducted by Mr. M. J. Duvall, and the 1
,dollars on a sure lottery of some sort. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor of the Presby- Life In I
rest and plenty of it. Mr. Dow is of the opinion that he terian church, officiating. other by Mr. Geo. F. Sargent, left
It was in the office of James L.I Orlando last night on the 12:30 train r
Ticked Off Wire was roped by the same gang that operated -I Interment was in the Orlando cem-
Giles, a prominent financier of Orlando in Orlando once before this etery, with the following acting as over the Atlantic Coast Line. There Paragraph
that Senator Underwood and J. II. pall bearers: Wm. Beardall, Edwin were sixty-eight people, most of |

At Late Hour Woodward, his father-in-law, were year.Mr.. Dow stopped at St. Louis en Beeman, Cyril Vivian George Johnson whom will go' to their homes in the
met. The elder Mr. Woodward, whois North and East. They were what we
route to Orlando and had an inter- Chas. Rock and George Burk. ARE YOU WATCHING THAT
one of the pioneers and builders of view with several bankers in that Practically all of the life of the deceased term "tourists," but very few resi- BOARD OF TRADE LIST

. CREW OF F-4 PERISHING FIFTY Birmingham, was in excellent humor city. The banks are in a prosperous was spent in this city the esteem dents were in the crowd. The Coast GROW?
FATHOMS BELOW SURFACE and also appeared to be enjoying good condition and have plenty of money. of her friends and associates being Line will carry them as far as Washington -
The Board of Trade teams have not
Bulletin: Honolulu, March 27. health. When told that an AgeHerald Throughout the North there seems to shown in part in the large num- where they will be turned over been picked but will be announced the
The cables fastened to the F-4 gave reporter desired to interview him be a feeling that normal conditionswill ber who attended the services and in to other lines. The Duvall party will first of the week. However the
Re-
Senator Underwood evinced some surprise be taken in charge by the Pennsylvania ,
way this afternoon and the diver readjust themselves in a short the beautiful flowers which in great will be W.
porter-Stars captained
at seeing a scribe so far away System, while the Sargent contin- by
again plunged to the bottom of the i time. profusion were sent to the home. W. Rose and will have the
I from Birmingham. gent will be looked after by the Bal- territory
ocean. "Before the great European war timore & Ohio railroad. The entire south of Pine street, and the Sentinelswill
There is now of his no hope will that be Lieut.taken I broke out," said Mr. Underwood, party were in high spirits last night be commandeered by J. P. Hoi-
Ede
or crew MAY GET HONOR
any KNEW REAL DAVID HAREM O'NEAL brook the territory lying north of
of their
out alive as fiftv fathoms of water "there were unmistakable the signs business returning when seen at the depot before Pine street. Several new self start-
prosperity in departure. They all spoke of havingspent
now covers the F-4 and it will be an
ers were added to the Board of Trade
world. Then the and chaos and
extremely difficult task to bring the war came a most delightful season
I followed in the main due to the expected to return again in the fall. list yesterday. They are:
boat to the surface. New Yorker Knew the Original May Become Grand Commander Duke Buford. Duke Halt
changed policy of the Bank of Eng- All Orlando joins in the hope that we
RETIRES AS HEAD OF UNITEI1) land. David Harum-Play at of Florida at Big Meetingat will all meet again. Porter, Dr. George, physician.
I "The Bank of England was the I Branch W. S., book store.
STORES CO.
CIGAR house of the world to Grand Theatre on Daytona-Many Go Kent, A. G.. retired.
New York, March 27.---George I clearing prior N. Y. AND N. J. ASSOCIATION
Whelan, head of the United Cigar I the European war. And \then at the Friday Night I From Orlando PUBLICLY THANKS BOARD Tenney, Lloyd S, Mgr.* Fla. Growers -
j outbreak of hostilities it suddenly OF TRADEWe and Shippers League.
Stores United Profit Sharing -
company from in Are you keeping your eye on the
changed its policy paying
and other enterprises I When Harum shown The Grand Commandery of Florida
company David at
I threw was growing list of Board of Trade mem-
I specie to issuing paper it the members of the New York
retired from active business today
on
of his birth. I American financial institutions in a the Grand theatre Friday night Mr. will meet at Daytona April 13. Olivet and New Jersey organization, wish to bers? Not only keep an eve on the
the fiftieth anniversary
No estimate of his fortune has been I I panic. However," and Senator Under- C.Orlando II. Boutpn winter, Marathon resident N. of Y.,the an Commandery No. 4 proposes to at- express our thanks and appreciationto list but see that your name is on the
wood smiled appreciatingly, "we have was Board of Trade for roll. It's getting longer every day.
Orlando
made public. It is said Sidney S. I audience. Mr. Bouton was familiar tend in a body as an escort to Deputy the
Nearly thirty new this week.
names
Whelan recently elected director of survived the shock wonderfully well. with the setting of the story and Grand Commander W. R, O'Neal who their courtesy in providing a spacioushall There will be sixty more next week.
And recovering. .
we are rapidly for the of the tourists.We
the Ricker-Hujreman company will I "With the changed policy of the knew the original "David Harum," is expected to become the Grand Commander also wish use to our thanks Three hundred by May 1 is workinglike
succeed of his father's in- express
to many whose real of Florida Already thirty
David Hannum.
Bank of England came the added name was i for the privilege of holding our special a charm. Get on the band wagon.
terests. Hannum was just such a type of man I or forty Masons have signified their
of the --0CATIIEIHLL --
I.shock of the total depreciation business and social meetings in
as portrayed in the pictures by William intention of going: to Daytona, and
huge American cotton crop. That : said hall and for all kindness be- SCHOOL GIRLS WIN .
BE SURE AND ATTEND McCUL-. I hurt us badly. But" and again Sen- II. Crane. lie lived in Homer. I the automobiles will be decorated AGAII:
stowed
LOCH DEMONSTRATION 'I N. Y. the real for "Homeville," with and banners emblem upon us. .-
ator Underwood smiled, "cotton is name 1 pennants Be it resolved, that a COpy of these The Cathedral school girls' basket
marketable condition a town situated about six miles from atic of the Masonic order. The wives ball team won again Friday night
now attaining a resolutions be sent to the Board of
Beginning tomorrow and continuingall I' and all indications point that within Courtland. N. Y. Those in the audience I will accompany the knights to Day- Trade, to the daily papers and a ropy when they defeated the Ocala high
week McCulloch's departmentstore the next six months we will see the who knew Mr.: Bouton to be from tona. of the same be placed on the minutesof school at Leesburg; by the score of 20
will conduct a demonstration; o)f return of prosperous conditions. In New York derived considerable pleasure the organization. to 8. The Cathedral girls now have

"Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking uten- point of fact a normal state of atfaris from observing his expressionwhile :. Latest books by popular authors. (Signed) :Mr. Uriah Seeley vice- only one game between them and the
I "
sils. The demonstration will be un- the excellent play being You all want "Pollyanna Grown Up.
: now prevails in the American financial was president; Mrs. C. S. Fleck secretary state championship, and that is a tie
der the direction of an expert from presented. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange avenue.
I world and I can't help but be optimistic -( I -; Mr. R. II. Hopkinsson, Miss Edith with Stetson that must be played.
the factory. Everybody, including ------ -- - Stetson and
at the business outlook. Thomson. Cathedral have each won
wives and sweethearts are invited to j "As to the probabilities of the two games. The forth one will deter-

attend the demonstration. Even the United States becoming embroiled in !'Orlando Dogs Have Every Sort BISHOP MANN AT OCALA mine the championship. i
The
desired.
men are following program the conflict there is not even a remote --0--
will be adhered to during the' President WoodrowVilson WILL MAKE GOOD ADMISSIONS
chance. Ocala. Fla., :March 27.Bishop
week: j is sitting at the helm of the ship of Of Name From "Pat" To "Rex"Dog Cameron Mann, of the diocese of At the Lucerne theatre last eveningthe
\Ionday-Apples baked on top ol j state and steering it away from the Southern Florida of the Episcopal moving picture machine broke
stove without water. I dangerous shoals. We will get in no church will arrive tomorrow and will down and the patrons were forced to
Tuesday: Whole meal. cooked in a, war while President Wilson is able toi be a guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. G. leave before the show was finished.In .

roaster on top of stove.WednesdayWaffles baked without i i avert it. And our neutrality will be I' names are oddly]:! chosen sometimes ape confronted by such appalling reminders Glass at the rectory until Monday. the confusion a number of patronsdid

j strict and impartial." and many famous men and women of the liquor interests as lie will preach and confirm a class at not get their tickets back. The
grease.Thursday. "There will be no extra session of have canines named in their Boozer," "Gin er." "Schlitz," and Grace church, Sunday at 11 o'clock. management wishes': to state they will
-Beef loaf roasted on top said the "that is make good all these tickets at tomor-
I congress. Senator honor. This is not exactly flattering "Tipsy. The origin of such namesis
.
of stove without water.FridayPancakes unless the European situation assumes : perhaps but in some case'! the owners made all the more confusing when "PRESS GANG" RETURNS FROM row evening's performance.
baked without I j such an acute stage that President of the dogs believe that it is. the owners are discovered and it is MIAMI -0--

grease. j Wilson feels the necessity, of Carl Jansen, city clerk, has "issued ': found that they are all prohibitionists. NOTED W. C. T. U. OFFICIAL IN
Saturday-Pot roast roasted without congresisonal action. But that is remote forty dog licenses since January first The twenty-sixth annual conventionof ORLANDOMrs.

I water. I' and the Democratic party will and the owners have given him as The list also shows other interesting the Florida Press Association came T. Adelaide Goodlo state pres-

rest on its well earned laurels until many different names. The names names, such as "McAdoo," named to a close at Miami last night. It was ident of the North Carolina W. C. T.
11.THE BEST SEASON EVERMr. I| the next session in December. range from plain "Pat" to that kingly after the secretary of the treasury, generally conceded that Kissimmee U., arrived in Orlando last evening
"As to other phases' of American name "Rex." i no doubt by an ardent Democrat; and would be the next place of meelin from Jacksonville and will be theguest
Geo. E. Bate;. the popular pro- 1 politics there appears to be nothing Last year the city clerk issued 264 again we find "Cole Blease," a pet and that C. O. Codrington editor of of her niece, :Mrs. Kay, for a
prietor of the Altamonte hotel was; new to tell at the present time. And dog licenses and this year it is ex- ; canine named possibly for the governor the DeLand News, would be the next short time.Irs.. Pedrick also returned -
in Orlando yesterday on a business!; : : I repeat that I came to Orlando for a pected that at least that many will I of South Carolina. president. from Jacksonville where she

mission, and while here found time to, | rest-a thorough rest and away from again be issued. The heavy period of Here are a few of the names to had also been atetnding the W. C. T.

pay the Sentinel an appreciated visit. the politcal turmoil I will stay in issuing dog tags begins next month which Orlando dogs respond: Pat. FIRE YESTERDAY MORNINGThe U. meeting.
Mr. Bates says the season at his ho-. Orlando for two weeks and will then or as soon as the weather man issuesan Nellie, Buster. King Clio Bill, Boozer.

tel has been an unprecedented one... I return to Birmingham where I will edict that hot days are coming.In Ginger, Simon, Dick Georgia, Red new motor fire truck responded THE WEATHER
Almost since the opening day every 'remain until the heated summer pe- glancing over the names of dogs I :Max: Cole Blease, Spick, Chubb, Major to its second call in double quick
room in the house has Leen filled and I riod. Good-bye young man, I am it is interesting to note the number j Sport, Bell, ::May Dixie, Shep, time yesterday morning when it was Florida: Local rains cn Sunday,
many guests will linger until the last t: glad to have met you-" and with a that have the origin of their cognomen -!i Bruno, Schlitz Tipsy, Bouncer Crip reported that fire existed at the A. J except fair in south portion; colder in
of spring. The Altamonte will not b e hearty handshake Senator Underwood traced to beverages, fancy drinks'' Rags. Rex. Joe. Guess. McAdoo. and Nye packing house. No damage was the north portion. Monday fair, and

closed for some time. dose the interview and noted brewt;. ,. I-n instance we Gypsy. done. I warmer in north portion.VOLUME .



At The Churches BURLESON GRINDS OUT NEW SMALLPOX SCOURGES CITY said to be not less than 150 cases in
Fine Sweet Pipefor FLORIDA POSTOFFICEJOBS this city. In one family of fourteen
Millville, N. J.-Because of some- there are twelve down with the dis
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE body's stupidity or bungling, or both, ease. The health authorities tonight
for you is the WeDington. With it,you can be sure Sunday school, 9:.t5 a. m. this city has an epidemic of small- decided to close all schools, churches,
of a cool, sweet, dry moke. You won't have the Services at 11 a. m.; subject, ""Real- Washington.-The postoffice department pox, with possibilities of its spread- moving picture shows and other
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington dean and ity." finds time to grind out a ing to many other towns. There are places of assemblage. .
tractable. Saliva cant gel to the fire to boJ and Wednesday evening service, 7:45. grist of Florida postoffice appointments !
Third floor, corner South Orange
splutter. occasionally. The following is
avenue and Church street. Entranceon
c Church street. the latest batch:

- Argyle, Walton county, Mary A.
e rl rlis FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ,Douglass. SPECIFY
(Corner Main and Jackson Sts.)
Gully Branch, Franklin Rob-
John B. Ley, pastor. county,
Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Palm Sun- ert A. Willis, Jr.
day. Decision day. Doors of church Harold, Santa Rosa county, Floyd DEAN'SWhen
made on the correct pipe principle. It wont :- opened. Blackmon.

foul and it cant clog. Come on in and pick the Preaching by the pastor, 11 a. m. High Point, Bay county, William C.
and 7:30 p. m.Iorning subject,
shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. "Human Wealth from Divine Poverty. -: Simmons. the doctor asks where to have your Prescriptions

25c. 35c, 50c. up. ." Special music Sunday morning. Miccosukie, Leon county, Mrs Lon-
Sunday school processional. Mrs. W.M. .
nie Winchester.
00 k them over at theModern Murphy will sing an offertory solo.
Evening anthems and male quartet. Shoals, Walton county, George D. filled.IT'S
The public cordially invited. Knapp.
-()- SAFETY SUREto
Springhill, Leon county, BenjaminA.
GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STOREOUR UNITARIAN: [ Cook.
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.)
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. Fountain, Washington county, Rob-
Subject of sermon, "The Victoriesof ert Lambert. have a graduated druggist prepare your medicine.

the Spirit. Glendale, Walton county, David E.
The subject of Dr. Hood's paper at
MOTTO : the Round Table is "Vegetable Murphy.
Growth in Florida." This is the last McDavid, Escambia county, John E.
Small Profits and Quick Returns." meeting of the club for the season. Bowman.
Unity Circle on Wednesday after-
Millview, Escambia Irving
noon. Miss Hainer will lead the discussion county City Drug StoreJ.
To find us go two blocks north of San Juan Hotel, opposite on "The Ethics of,.1>lay." Staples.
Hand's Ice Cream factory. ML: Pleasant, Gadsden county, IsaacF.
LUKE'lTcATHEDRALThe

Special price on Hay for Saturday. Full line of Feed, ST.Very Rev. II. K. Remsen, dean. Shepard. L. DEAN, Ph.G. Orlando, Fla.

as good as the best, cheaper than the cheapest. Palm Sunday.
Celebration of the Holy Communionat HONORS FOR GRANDSON OF

THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. 7:30 a. m. GARFIELD
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.

L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 Morning prayer and sermon, 11.

Special Evening services prayer and will sermon be held, during 7:30. College Wi1IiamstownIass.The basket ball team has Williams electedas JONES[ GOES[ JUST THE[ SAM[

will Holy be Week made, announcement later.CATHOLIC. of which captain for next year James Gar-

field, Jr., a junior, grandson of the
-()-CHURCH late President James A. Garfield.

EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4TH Palm Sunday. Young Garfield has played on the

Mass, 6:30 a. m. Varsity football team, did great workon
Blessing and distribution of palms,
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. the track team, and is the presi- My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
We are showing a beautiful line of Easter Rosary, instruction and Benedic- dent of the junior class at Williams.His .

Cards, Booklets, Folders and other suitable ar- tion, 7:30 p. m. [ uncle is the president of Williams months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
All welcome.
ticles for gifts.Reasonable. ---0-- College. same time it always has.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev.
prices on everything. Post Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. PROHIBITION IS DEFEATED IN TIME TABLE

Cards cent each. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.V.. R. NEW ZEALAND
one O'Neal, superintendent. .
Men's Bible class at 9:45, in audito- Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
\v. s. BRANCH rium. Wellington, N. Z.-National prohi- .
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. bition was defeated in the voting on

Morning sermon, "Supreme Disclosures. the liquor question last December, according WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
The Arcade Book and Music Store ." Evening sermon, "Moral Sur Read Down Read Up
gery." to complete returns which

Young People's Society at 6:30, in have been announced by the government -
lecture room. \\A.l\I.A.l\1.! P. 1\1. A.l\1. P. l\1.IP. 1\1.

Prayer meeting Wednesday nightat I
Supporters of local no-license also
7:30. Orlando 6:30 10.15 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00
Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- lost their fight. The vote on both Ocoee \
tor. Miss Roberta Branch, organist. questions was close. 7:3011.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND A most cordial invitation is extended Winter Garden 7:45\I 1:30 4:30 8.I512.15 4.45
the public to all services.
SHORE BATTERIES SILENCEDParis. Oakland 8:001-- 4:30 8.00- 4.30
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SHEET METAL CO. FIRST(At BAPTIST the Grand CHURCH) .-An artillery duel in the Dar-

Rev. Edw. T. Poulson, D. D., pastor. danelles between Turkish shore bat-
The services of the day will open teries and warships protecting allied The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
with the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. mine sweepers lasted from midnightuntil Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor Pa
Classes for all ages and teachers 2 a. yesterday, says an Ath-

with well prepared lessons. ens dispatch to the Havas Agency,
and Rubber Roofings J. W. HURLEY
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.
m., with the pastor in charge. based upon information from Tenedos.

Cornices, Skylights .Beating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings Morning sermon, "The Trimuphal The warships are reported to have MANAGER
Entry." Evening subject,"That Nightn been struck by several shells, but the
1
"
Gethsemane. damage do e was slight. Two shore
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 ,
meeting
p. m.
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
: batteries were silenced.
in Baraca in the church
IlaJJ ( new );
Mr. Eugene Reid, president. 1
Prayer and fellowship meeting on A PLAIN AMERICAN
Wednesday night Good music at all Illammond&Gore
services. Attentive ushers all seats
---- ------ -- ---- ; "Why don't you organize with us I
free. A cordial invitation is extended
Turks and Bulgarians and Serbs to i
the to worship with
public
us. demand :your rights in the United
States?" I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR "I haven't any snecial rights in the
The Orlando Meat MarketT. United States," responded the other
RENT-Cottage, for the sum- quietly. "I was born here.-Pitts- I REAL VALUES LOW PRICES |
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. burgh Post. .
A. YANCY, Manager Yancey. 328tfcFOR COMPARE

HOLDING THE FLOOR

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice harness SALE-One; cheap;new a very dump handy cart and rigon "Why does the senator keep talk- OUR FURNITUREWe
I
farm. H. E. Hand. 3-28-6tc I I
a
Florida and Western Meats ing in that rambling way? I don'tknow
"
what he's aiming at; do you?
FOR SALE-All household goods and "Sure I do. lie's filibustering to provide the quality of furniture that has long

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. day.furniture 613 W.must Pine be street.sold by Wednes 3-28-lt keep his daughter from singing.- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Puck. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

Special. Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ANTED-An apprentice for dress- It wTmldn't'be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make I

making. Call Sunday morning. 208 this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
/ Business 135 "P. O. BOX 226 East Robinson avenue. 3-28-3t PHONE 646
PHONES this business, ami that means much to any buyer.
(Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. I I
t'"TED-Competent: white cook For Eight Cylinder Cadillac I
for small hotel during summer.
1019.Rossmore Inn, Windermere. 3-28-ltc Phone ,FIRST CLASS REPAIRING I McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, 1

BARNARD & SON Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla.
sell YES-We teach the barber trade I
\Ve you
onlY
/ and give position in our chain of 17 Hughey Street Orando} FU. L J
' Pure at for Atlanta 12-10-1m
.r;:: shops good wages $30. !
__ I Barber College, 10 E. Mitchell SU
- - --
Drucggr Atlanta, Ga. 3 25lt'LOSTIn -- --

ti west Orlando, Friday even-
/ t ing, a ladies' new brown hand bag,
with two change purses. Please leaveat
Sentinel. 3-28-lt tIce ream

LOST-A vest pocket Kodak, in a
black leather case, on north side of
Lake Eola, Saturday morning. Finder -
please return to the Osceola, Magnolia I r
and Robinson avenues. Reward. I When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make
3-28-3t '
I CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in all

you don't believe that we take flavors
SPORTING NOTES and special moulds.

I the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
With an entry of 68 horses in the EASTER LILLIES
Kentucky Derby, to be run May 8, it I facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
is expected that the largest field in I make it. You will be surprised RABBITS
kkI' the history of this eent11 be sent : cans, moulds and everythingused
I
p i 1 away over the Churchill Downs at the care every detail is given.
course. in the manufacture of our EGGS
Any kind you want, any time

Joe Mandot's next battle will be you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilPIST.ACIIIO BRICKS
with Harlem Tommy Murphy. The ized.
I from
boys will go 20 rounds at New Or- |I a quart up. BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
leans next Monday night. I You are cordially invited to t
COLORS
The Montreal International team inspect our factory at any I
'2- will do its training in the mosquitocamp
In fact
I time. anything yon want.
ground at Hackensack, N. J. i
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. The members report April 2. I I
_ _
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the The
Chicago wrestling tryout,
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. which begin tomorrow, include all

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not weights up to 175. Many amateursfor HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
allow it. a free trip to the Frisco fair.
have responded, in view of the chance
... You can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store.
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. Next Monday night the sporting

fraternity in Boston win give a ben- PHONE 566 W. Jefferson StreetA
t f :MERUI:'S 1'H A RMACY efit for Ike Woods, a newsboy. Emer-

THE REXALL STORE gency Kelly will spar with Mike
O'Brien as a feature.



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AND SHRUBS FOR PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL NOTES BILL'S IN TROUBLE I MIIIMIIilMMiMMtllllllMIIIIIIMIMMIMMIItilllttlMllllllilinHi ailM

GROUNDS AND 1
yCH00L YARDS By Arthur Ivey At the request of many subscribers j IJ
we republish the following poem 1
Shade Trees and Ornamental Shrubs The next thing after grippe is which appeared originally in the Denver -

Are Recommended for Different spring fever. Times:
Sections of United States Monthly exams. vary the monotonyof I've got a letter, parson,
school life. From my son away out west; >;K

Washington, D. C.-What kind of North, east, and south the school An' my ol' heart is heavyAs &W3MS8i& fndJ
trees shall we plant to beautify our campus is surrounded at last by brick an anvil in my breast.To r lei ,
grounds? paved streets. think the boy whose futureI s /1 1 !;
What shrubs would be suited to our The junior element in the high had once so proudly planned,
school yards'These school orchestra is showing good form Should wander from the path o' right -1 .r '% --.- ) ;j-t'1 W4e
are questions which are fre- lately. An' come to such an end! V. J w- f i/-'f
quently asked the United States department Ruins of ancient Rome (Italy) will I told him when he left us,
of agriculture. Soil and cli- be graphically described at chapel exercises Only three short years ago, c
day next week. Mr. He'd find himself a-plowin' e
matic conditions differ so greatly in some
_ _
such interesting In a mighty crooked row.
the different sections of the United Porter, who gave an
States that in answering such ques- description of Mount Vesuvius some He'd miss his father's counsel
tions special consideration has to be weeks ego, has kindly consnted to An' his mother's prayers, too; .
given each section. relate some of his experiences in the But he said hte farm was hateful l -fy
For Delaware, Maryland Virginia, "City of the Seven Hills." An' he guessed he'd have to go.I f THE BIG STORE
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia The high school orchestra journeyed know thar's big temptationFor
Tennessee, FLORIDA, Alabama, to Pine Castle last evening at a youngster in the West,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Ok- which place they contributed most acceptably But I believed our Billy
lahoma and Texas constitute one di- to the evening's program at Had the courage to resist. Exclusive Easter Noveltiesin
vision of a list prepared by the de the school entertainment. Having An' when he left I warned him 'F\
partment. done their "stunt," they took part in 0' the ever-waiting snares,
These lists are merely suggestive, the round of gaiety which followed. That lies like hidden sarpentsIn Women's Attire
but they include such trees and After enjoying the occasion to the life's pathway everywheres.
shrubs as seem adapted to the partic- limit they journeyed back again to But Bill he promised faithfulTo :. Everyone of these sections throughout this house is now
ular locality, and they may be of as- Orlando. be keerful, an' allowed i filled to completeness with large and comprehensive collectionof
sistance to those who are interestedin Professor Simmons has doubled the He'd build a reputation
the beautification of towns and prize offered by the editor of the Echo That'd make us mighty proud. Easter Merchandise. For several months our buying or-
cities. Here is a list for the above: for the best school song, written by a But it sems as if my counsel ganization has been busily engaged in placing immense orders
Deciduous Trees-Tulip, sycamore, student of O. II. S. If all of the fac- Sort o' faded from his mind, ll r and selecting from the production of the most noted designers,
pin oak, white oak, black oak live ultv were to follow the principal's example And now the boy's in trouble9f novelties
the most charming
oak red oak, white ash, bald cypress, the prize would soon become the very worestest kind. the rarest, most exclusive and
Norway maple, silver maple, red elm, interestingly plump.At His letters come so seldom that it has ever been posible for us to secure.
American white 1m, Kentucky coffee, last the Classical club has buried That I somehow sort o' know'd It is a representative brilliant collection such as will
Oedipus the old Grecian king of That Billy was atrampin'On recognized a style center of
Y make this store more widely as
bar. whom they have been reading lately. a mighty rocky road.
Determined apparently to unearth the But never once imaginedHe the greatest consequence, not only among the residents of Or-

gum Evergreen Trees-White pine, long entire family history of this anceint, would bow his head-in shame I lando and vicinity, but by the many hundreds of visitors who I

leaf pine, magnolia, live oak, cedar of the club has already begun the har- An' in the dust'd waller come to our city each year.
Lebanon. rowing history of his daughter, Anti- His ol' daddy's honored name. ..
Shrubs-Golden bell, hydrangea, lilac gone. He.writes_ from .out "in. Denver, 4.
Eloeangus longipes, loniceras, hi- An' the story's mighty short.I J'n TYPES OF THE BEST FAVORED VOGUES IN WOMEN'S:
biscus, hardy roses, Japan quince, NEWEST IN SCIENCE just can't tell his mother,
It'd break her ol heart.
calycanthus, smoke tree. poor TAILORED SUITS
South of Charleston, S. C.-Camel- :More than one-half the railroads of An' so I reckoned, parson,
lia the world are in North America, and You might break the news to her: '
japonica.
extensiveness
character of the styles and the
is the
Such
Southern Florida and Texas-Ole- more than one-third in Europe. Bill's in the legislature, if \
ander, privet. -()- But he doesn't say what fur. ( II of the displays of tailored Suits in this section, at all times of

Electric delivery automobiles for the year, but especially just at present, that to them must be
VALUE OF MISTAKESThe the use of caterers and restaurants CAPT. E. M.: SMITHE. \ attributed a very considerable portion of prestige of this storeas
have been designed with devices
heating
world's latest and best fash-
of the
people who make mistakes lead to keep the food warm. M. Smith, father of George T. w an authoratative source
the world. The perfect people work -0In Smith died at Scranton, Pa., of urem- ions. We are showing a splendid line in Silk Poplins, Pongee,
for them, running errands and count- Denmark there is a twostorypig ic poisoning, March 20, 1915, aged 76 Gabendine, Wool Poplins and Palm Beach, and all moderately
ing columns of figures Only triflesare sty that will accommodate 1,500 years He came Winter Garden in
always true. Every great and se- animals and in which nearly all the 1896 and has been closely identified priced.
rious truth has an obverse side whichis work is done by electricity. with the progress of the town since T
also true. Prof. William James -()- that time, spending his winters here
was the greatest psychologist of our A Swiss inventor has obtained a and his summers at Scranton. lie THE MASTER THOUGHT OF LEADING DESIGNERS OF

time, but the best he could do in defining United States patent for tongs was here early in the winter and left WOMEN'S COSTUIES'A
truth was this: "The truth is equipped with a device to hold them for his northern home February 20,
simply what will work." Whatever is rigid when they have grasped an ob to undergo an operation, from whichhe thorough inclusive research among all the leading de-
4 be but ject. never rallied. lie was buried at
not right
whatever may necessarily is is. That is the ,main -0- Scranton March 22, 1915. and very critical selections have brought to this section -

point. And it is every man's job to Needles and pins will not rust if lie leaves two sons, W. E. Smith, ; not only the largest but the most magnificient represen-
kept in a cushion filled with dried Hazelton and Geo. T. Smith, of .
accept the isness and get down to Pa. tation of exclusive modes we have ever displayed in any pre-
business. coffee grounds. this place, and one daughter, :Mrs
vious season.Iaterials of Taffeta, Crepe Metiors, Crepe de
Most have the location, - R. H. Stewart, of Scranton, Pa.-
have taken men up the wrong wrong profession, An actress is the patentee of a Winter Garden Times. Chine and Silk Poplins in all the wanted shades, priced at

have failed to improve the opportunities combined muff and pocketbook,-access $18.00 to $27.50.
for education they had in youth, to the latetr being through the top 'BREAD OR PEACE" POSTERS
have not married the woman ideally of the device. FOUND IN GERMAN: TOWNS
suited to them have not the money, -()- OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT: SHOWINGALL time, which is important, gladden the
influences and position they need to invention A non-sinkable is lifeboat of German London.-A dispatch from Copenhagen THE NEWEST STYLES hearts of the youngsters.
show what's in them. And they are equipped with doors that to Reuter's Telegram company Norfolks and Plain Suits with patch
of two classes. One class sits around automatically close upon its occu- says: Wash Waists in Lawns, Linen, Dimities, tweeds
the loafing places and telsl its woes, pants should it upset. Ned posters inscribed 'Bread orere' Voiles, Batiste, Plain and Figured Japs and pockets, all sizes in serges Scotch
-()- and crashes. Also splendid line of Wash
and whittles and pities itself. The r are Continually appearing in a
other plucks up forgets it, takes the A recently patented bib for babies towns in the province of Schleswig- Tub Silks. Suits in all the late styles.
situation as it is and makes the best extends below the waist line and ter- Holstein and in Hamburg and Lue- Also a beautiful line of Crepe de Chines,

of things. that minates in pockets to catch anything '.k. according to a telegram from Georgette Crepes, Chiffon, Laces, Nets and
The genius is not the man who nev- may fall on it.0 Woyens, on the German frontier, pub- Novelty Silks.SIART NEW STYLES IN KUPPENHEIMER
er makes mistakes, who had his ':shed in the newspapers of the Dan-
A new cabinet for raising bread CLOTHING FOR MEN AND YOUNG
chance thrust on him, who was en- ish capital.
dowed and all that; he is the man dough is provided with the desired "The police remove the placards, : AND CLEVER STYLES IN MEN
who had no chance nad was not gifted temperature by heating a stone and but they have not succeeded in arrest- SKIRTS
but who took the raw material of placing it in the bottom. ing any of the persons responsible for Spring and Summer of 1915
life and fate as he found it and made -0- them." Stylish Skirts in Coverts, Checks, Ga-
something fine out of it. The only Electrically operated cameras are Men's stylish Easter Suits, both for
carried by United States warships to bardines, Taffetas and File Silks, excel-
perfect will ever meet is and business Our new
person you dress
CANADA TO RAISE purposes.
$100,000,000FOR
record the details of target practice lent values at $5.00 to $15.00
the perfect fool. The faultlesstheyare
HER SHARE IN WAR in Kuppenheimer Clothing is the
styles
with the
large gunso beautiful line in all the
the biggest frauds of us .-St. Wash Skirts, a
Joseph News-Press. Automobile wheels- have been invented Ottawa.-A resolution for a $100- newest materials and latest styles, $1.25; best ready-to-wear line made, carefully
tailored from the smartest spring suitings,
that are covered with cellu- 000,000 war fund was moved by Prime to $7.50.AN .
CHURCH TAX WOULD'IELI) loid disks to make their cleansingeasy Minister Borden today and was adopted priced at $16.50 to $25.00.

$4,526,743 and add to their appearance. I after only a few minutes discus- EXEMPLARY DISPLAY OF PIC- Other lines of splendid Clothing pricedat
sion. The special war taxes not already -
In relation to the bill introduced in For identifying-(criminals)- a French t in operation all come into forceon TURESQUE BEAUTY IN EASTER $10.00 to $18.00.
f the state legislature recently by As- physician has suggested a subcutaneous April 15. This includes the war MILLINERYThe Also latest styles in Palm Beach Suits.
semblyman John L. Sullivan provid- injection of wax to form a stamp on letters. This clause in the Splendid new line of Shirts, Hats and
ing for the taxation of all property in nent mebranous cyst. perma- tax bill was passed today. extreme delicacy of perception and Neckwear in all the latest styles.
excess of $100,000 owned by every the artistic style touch of the master designer -
kind of religious, educational and For the convenience of the travel WHAT MADE SAMSON WEAK are clearly defined characteristicsof
charitable institution in the state, NORTH Mr. Cliff Cohen, passenger these chic Easter modes. The widest THOSE NEW PUMPS AND SLIPPERSFOR
William A. Prendergast, city comp- agent Atlantic Coast Line will oper- The Teacher-So Delilah cut Sam-
troller, has compiled some interesting ate sleeper from Orlando Tuesday son's hair and all' his strength went possible latitude for the effecting of dis- EASTERWe

figures. The comptroller ascertainedthat night, March 30, through to New out of him. Now when did Samson's distinctly different modes is afforded in have them in White Canvas,
there are approximately 605 as- York. This car will be ready for oc strength go out of him? You may the comprehensiveness of shapes, mater-
to -1.00
$2.00 $
sociations and corporations owning cupancy at 9 o'clock. See local ticke .nswer, Willie.
property in this city that would be agents. 3-27-tfc Willie--I guess it wuz when he ials and trimmings. They comprise hats In White Buck ____________$3.50 to $5.00
affected by the enactment of th< bill. een hisself in th' glass.-Cleveland which are becoming to every style of Patent, Kid and Gun Metal3.00 to $5.00
According to the 1914 exempt list the Get the news in the Sentinel first "lain Dealer. beauty, yet possess a distinctive individu-
property is valued at 300095575. all Just received a new lot of Pat-
N. Y. World. ality of their own, and moderately
priced. ent Pumps with new sand color

BRITISH GOLD NOW WEARS A ___ __ n_ __ cloth tops in latest styles at ______$1.00
WAR-LIKE UNIFORM TOO
London.-Khaki gold is one of the OUR BOYS DEPARTMENT IS READY Full line of Men's Oxfords for

fashions created in jewelry by the FOR EASTERWe spring just received, White can-

war.greenish The yellow gold and is is oxidized popular into in the a are abundantly equipped this year, vas new buck, Palm Beach, Tan,

form of safety pins for men's soft better than ever before, to supply the Gun Metal, Kid and Patent,

collars. wants of all mothers, and at the same prices from ____________$3.50 to $6.00
Other novelties now seen in the 1

old Bond fashioned street shops gold are rings a with return a to receptacle the-1 i Through the Fragrant Fields of Bluegrassand f ,

for a minute photograph or a SPECIAL NOTICE-As we advertise that Saturday was the last day of our
the Grandeur of Southern Mountains
lock of hair. These rings are greatlyin j \ Great Challenge:: Sale we simply want you to understand that we will discontinue

demand among officers at the front, The I.. & N. is the attractive way from Florida to the central giving the tickets for the premiums which we give away free. 1

of around whom the a large neck containing number wear keepsakesfrom lockets w'Io.t. Its trains take the passenger across the cotton fields of t The same and even better prices than we gave during the past two weeks will

wives and sweethearts. Georgia, the) ma '1Jifi"t'nt mountains of Tennessee, and the far-famed & prevail all during this coming week. Don't fail to avail yourself of this great oppor- 11

bluegrass region of Kentucky. tunity to purchase high-grade merchandise at the wonderfully low prices we are

INVENTS FIRST CHINESE TYPEWRITER Thoroughly Up-To-Date Service I I n making.

Comfortable trains on schedules speedy as con- i 1

sistent with safety, ock-ballasted road, free from dirt and dust.
New York.-The first Chinese typewriter -
has been invented by a studentin Solid trains, slwpiiu, ears and coaches, all conveniences and improvements -
New York University, Henen Chi. accommodations for every taste and purse. Unexcelled ROOF GARDEN Monday NightFOUR

It makes 4.200 characters. The inventor dining service; courteous employees.The ,
believes that with practice a REELS AT EVERY SHOW
South Atlantic! Limited
speed of forty words a minute mad be
obtained-which is quite good for Leaves Jacksonville very day at 8:15 p. m., arriving Cincinnati Special! Monday night with every paid Rex Drama, Pauline Bush, L. Chaney
Chinese. and Louisville early next evening, also through, 1 admission to Roof Garden a dish of Hand's
The machine has only three keys. "SUCH IS LIFE"
One is a back spacer another the I I ..' all-steel cars for Dayton,Columbus, Cleveland,Indianapolis Pure Ice Cream will be given absolutelyfree.
space key, and the third the key with I if : and other Ohio and Indiana points. Prompt .
which all the 4,200 characters used connections to Detroit, Grand Rapids and Toledo. Sterling Comedy j
are struck. The characters are made Chicago and St. Louis Trains Big U Drama, 2 Reels, Edna Maison
up of combinations of "radicals," or "THE RECOIL" "'''HEX SNITZ WAS MARRIED"
base characters. There are about 50.- Three trains daily to both pliers. Dixie limited, fastest and finest train only j
000 combinations. through service from Jacksonville in forenoon for Chicago and St. Louis. Dixie -

Heuen posible Chi, the inventor, conceivedthe Flyer-famous year-round train-for Chicago leaves Jacksonville every evening. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights oc. and lOc. '
could be Montgomery Route Expresn. also leaving in early evening, for St. Louis.
that
idea a typewriter
made to write Chinese while he was Write,wire i 'phone us. We ill1\.ork out your!schedule secure your ticket,
make reservations and save you loss of time and trouble
at his home in southern China three
years ago. He began a study of the H. C. BRETNEY Florid Passenger Agent, Louisville &Nashville R. R.
Chines edictionary to isolate the "rad 134 West Bay Street lB U'Phone 167)),Jacksonville.Florida.
ical"' or base characters of the words. Direct and divrrx routes to tile California Exposition \\rite for details. Yowell-Duckworth

In most cases one character repre- 1t.9o.
sents a whole word in Chinese though :
thousands of those characters are 4 F : < '

made alone up represent of simpler words characters themselves.For which. Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did I


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THE DAILY Florida is only 402 years old today. I 1------ Judge Jas. W. Perkins, State Pros-1,= ---i.o

It is still somewhat of an infant. It : EmpireHotel ecuting Attorney Joseph II. Jones, j
South Florida Sentinel has not yet real- and State Stenographer Chas. MeCrory. II|I

AN INFANTized its fullest have been in Titusville this I
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. ALSO PIONEER groowth and de- week attending to their usual circuit
M. GLENN .......................E .....
W. C. ESSINGTON .Bush ru. Manager stretches of timber
vast tangled hearty greetings from their
------- Tomato
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida Forest fastnesses, murky swamplands Celery Bisque Lettuce friends.Titusville Advocate.
aa Second Claaa Mail Matter. struggling settlements, impov- Broiled Sea Trout Palm BeachSUITS
erished conditions, backward commu- I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES nities and immense problems of advancement Maitre d'Hotel Sauce

DaiJ,.. I Year ..............un...... $5.00 yet to be met and con- Roast Sirloin of Beef Brown Sauce
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.60Daily. quered. But Florida is the coming Roast Turkey, Sage Dressing
3 Month ...................... 1.25 Cranberry Jelly Giblet Sauce
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. state in the Union. Here may be Corn Fritters, Maple Syrup
found all the possibilities that youthis
1 Year ...................... $1.00 seeking. What the West was fifty Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams FOR SALE :
Buttered Beets String Beans
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN years ago the state of Florida is now. a
ADVANCETO Throughout the nation people are Apple and Custard Pie

turning eyes towards this common- Strawberry Ice Cream Cake

ADVERTISERS: wealth with its untold wealth.and undeveloped Tea Coffee 0 WE KNOW

Copy for display and all ether hand-set resources. It has the cli- Crackers and Cheese

adrertUinr mast be handra in at the business mate, the virgin soil, easy communi- I
office of the Sentinel not later than Z p. m. cation by water and by rail, and a CHRISTIAN AND 'MISSIONARYALLIANCE
the day before publication. This ratapplies
Florida is
warm, hospitable people.
to chances for contract advertising; it isInrariable
and will be strictly' adhered to. the mecca for investments. Diversi-
Services at 22 West Pine street at A new W r
-- ---- fied industries are coming into their two-story i
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued heritage. Florida cities are arriving 10:45 a. m. Preaching by Rev. J. E.Ramse.er. 1
should notify the office in writing on and The At 2:30 p. m., Bible eight room modern I
it will be at true permanency power.
the date of expiration otherwise
continued at the regular subscription: rates, increase in the last ten years is noteworthy school. At 3:30 preaching! by the pastor and unique dwell- !
until notice to stop is received.Telephoa. it will be doubled in the next : Rev. Bedinger. At 7:30 preaching -
Numb r .. .................... 24 decade.; Ponce de Leon discovered the again by Rev. Ramseyer.; You ing, with double !
are invited to attend all these serRECEIVER -
fountain of which endures I
I youth yet ,
SUNDAY. MARCH 28, 1915. I which is Florida's most potent asbet. vices. sleeping porches,

Youth knows no defeat, no failure, no modern and
BRINGS SUIT garage
Hastings is a prosperous little town I retrogression. Youth has builded .

and it is going to become more pros- I well, thriving cities and communities butlers quarters
when Pensacola, :March 27.-W. H. Milton ,
perous testify to this; where enthusiasm is
HERE AND THERE the new fifty kindled the future flames. Seventv as receiver of the First National very pretty location
bank brought suits against ten
IN FLORIDA. foot pavementis years old as a state; four centuriesold ; today
married women of Pensacola, who are overlooking Lake
laid throughthe in point of discovery; and still an
of infant. How envious other stockholders in the defunct national
main business thoroughfare must Eola. $4500.00 will
the suits is
that corporation. Paving increases states be of Florida's assured future! bank. The aggregate of
valuations, boosts real estate, and o about $35,000 and the receiver is seeking buy this if taken
to collect the amount under the
gives an appearance of metropolitanism ANOTHER POEM BY JOE
to any city.-The St. Lucie PHILLIPSBy national banking laws, whereby a now, it is a bargain.
for 100 cent.
stockholder is liable per
County Tribune devotes a lengthy ed-
A law is being
of the stock held. point -
itorial to the St. Lucie canal, saying,
a mechanical error In Satur- raised by the defendants to the
"With the digging of this canal thou-
day's Sentinel the name of Joe Phillips action who claim that under the Florida -
sands of acres will be made accessiblefor
was omitted from the splendidbit married not
laws a woman can
cultivation and a route will be
of verse appearing on the editorial sue or be sued.
which
to
by to
provided transport "
entitled, "Orange Blossom. The
market millions of feet of valuable page
timber and thousands of dollars worthof following is another poem from his

agricultural products. . In short, of pen the that Florida appeared Grower.in the current issue DoctorsBiickinastiT S. G. Dolive & SonREAL

the development of the Evergladeshas
The Last of the Insect PestsA & Brmuliige
begun.-Surveys are being dream of eradication and a trib-
made for road from
a cross country ute to the efforts of W. W. Yothers. ESTATENo.
New Smyrna to the west side of the OSTEOPATHS
county. The contemplated improve- That we have the largest stock and the
They met on the border line to say Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat PINE STREET
ment will be vast boom for that 3 WEST
a sec- best in the also know
A long and a last goodbye.Just assorted city. We
tion.-New Smyrna has started a Kirksville, Mo.
movement to raise the millatre of that a rust mite and rt scale insect Second Floor that fit sized individual to
And perchance a lone whitefly.The 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples we can any up
city in order to gain taxes for the
National Bank. Phone 578. 48.
of the The
running expenses city.-
teardrops fell from the rust
owner of the Belleview hotel at Bell- mite's eyes, All Kinds, All Colors, All Sizes-
air is doing for that
a great thing
As they glanced back o'er the state. -
section when he has ordered road
a to I lIe sniffed the sulphur and smelledthe Prices
$6 $8 $10
be brick paved from the Tampa and : lime .
Gulf Coast depot to the east entrance'
That followed ni his wake.
of the hotel grounds.-In fifteen None Higher

minutes nearly $5,000 was pledged recently The scale and the fly looked wan and
by a Methodist congregation at old
Kissimmee to indebtednesson
help pay For they in dream did
the M. E. church in that city. Who a see,
A barrel of soap that smelled like SUMMER TILES
ever heard of hard times? Kissimmee death
? Never. Eustis is
having And some oil from old John D.
great excitement these daysthename
of the new postmaster has'not
And went north and went
one one
been announced.-The Lake County '
19' Cen ufy
west =
Publishing at Eustis will FZOa _
company Magnolia AvenueI J
And blew the
one over sea.
soon have a new $5,000 up to date
This is the end of insect
our pests,
and modern brick building for .
a new
As long as the world shall be."There's .
home.-Sarasota is awakening and have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
will pave 34 miles with asphalt, as all
bonds of $250,000 have been voted by The death a reason of all, we the others must; know, uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
the Sarasota district. Stetson
Bay
University is to have a -new set of Was caused lone through the work of one This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
man.
chimes costing $10,000.Petrograd, His ? Is Yothers. fruit
trees.
name of
number bearing
you say
Fla. (St. Pete), recently had a $50 C.ntu is

contest by G. W., a speed Clayberger.event, which He raced was over won Here's a moral for growers of fruit: I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
If from would be free
six miles of boulevard in 27 minutes pests you ; feet off south end.
Take some advice from those who
and 57 seconds. Petrograd is a swift

little town. And know spray how your every tree. The house is in good condition and is arranged into

o light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
The Orlando Board of Trade is des-
A little brains and some elbow grease,
tined to accomplish great things for A barrel or two of spray, of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .

this community, but Is what it takes to kill the bugs Its a long way to Tipperary and a long
SETTLE IT it can do little if dis- And bring the shekels vour way. bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
from the genuine old Beaver of by-
ELSEWHERE. sension and way
wran- --Joe Phillips, in Florida Grower. BARGAIN.
glings are allowed to o gone days to the smart Straw Hat of to-

creep into the meetings and disturb SENATOR BRYAN AND PARTY
Cash or terms. evolution of fashion
day. Its simply an ,
harmony and unity of thought and PASS THROUGH ORLANDO r
feeling. Therefore, the suggestionthat that's all.

the proposed charter for Orlandobe Senator N. P. and
considered at the Board of Tradeis consisting of Messrs.Bryan C. C. Kirby party, F., In a few days the rush will be on for

entirely out of order. Keep poli- O. Miller W. H. Stinson and
MyronL. summer headgear. Get ahead of time and
tics out of the sessions of the trade Howard, of Jacksonville, arrivedin
body. If the proposed new charteris Orlando Friday evening from St. secure the hat that suits you best before

to be considered publicly take the Petersburg where they had been at- S.Y.WAYInsurance the rush sets in. We have a hat for every
the Orlando Houseor
question to Opera tending the Good Roads convention,
to the Fair Grounds. The Board of and spent the night at the San Juan face, at a price for every pocket.
Trade is no place for a mass meeting.The hotel. They left early yesterday
IMPORTED STRAWS SOFT STRAWS
0 in their in
morning. touring car going

allies' left is trying to move the direction of the state's metropolis. and Real Estate Agent SOFT BRIM STRAWS

around the Germans' right, but the \ '
Germans right PANAMAS

AROUND. AROUND, is also moving ADDITIONAL LOCAL
Soft and Stiff
AROUND! around the allies PHONE 172

left. Now, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Crammer and
LEGHORNS
if the left of the Germans' right daughter Miss Beatrice, who have ,

moves around the right of the allies' spent the winter in one of Mr. S. P. Lighter and more comfortable thana

left, then what is left of the Germans' Carpenter's cottages on Lake Cherokee Panama

right must' be right where the allies i left last light for their home in
left. But if the German right's left Spring Lake, N. J.
is left right where the allies left's I Prices range from $2 to

right was right before the allies left, Mrs. U. A. Vincent and son, Master
then the left is left right where the Winthrop, arrived in Orlando yester- $8.00Special

I right was right before the left's right day from Shinston, W. Va., to visit

left the right's left.o. their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. -

II. C. Bryan, at their home on Lake .
At last spring has come in all her Underhill. '

glory, and the temperature being reg- Dress Goods Item
istered due primarily to the shining W. II. Brokaw will attend the con-

propensity of Old Sol, causes one to vention of the Florida State Horticultural -
feel as if summer is not afar, all of Society at Tampa, Anril 12 to Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

which necessitates the conclusion that 15, and he will do everything in his 1000 Yards Plain and Fancy Voiles, Dolly
picnics are in the near future.Arcadia power to secure the meeting place in TRY A
and Chene Effects Self
News. 1916 for Orlando. More conventionsfor Varden ,

o Orlando means greater prestigefor Stripes and Checks, allover cords and

The statement that a Colorado man this city. Orlando is the logical diagonals.25c. .
who was twice in the insane asylum is convention city of Florida. values-
and 35c.
now in the legislature is not verystartling.

He is simply serving his Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn, who For the 3 days, _
third term! have a pretty home at 117 East Ame-

o lia avenue, will leave Monday for New 19c. yardDICKSONIVES I
Nearly every one you meet nowadays Egypt, N. J., where Mr. Shinn's busi-
greets :you with this salutation: ness will require his attention on the
"This is the kind of weather that we first of the month. They have been
should have had two months ago." coming to Orlando for the past five

Yes, sir! years and have many friends who ea-
o gerly await their return in the fall. Chocolate Ice Cream

Those gorgeous new spring hats

dazzle all the men except such as are Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Annabel, of

contemplating matrimony. They also Waverly, N. Y., have arrived in Or-

dazzle purses! lando and will probably remain for SodaMcELROY'S I 00.i
o the next three months. They were
Austria may have the experience of here last season and purchased a cou- .
Serbia in being addressed in an ulti- ple of pretty lots on Colonial Drive d

matum that it can not possibly ac and are here now for th epurpose of i
cept. superintending the erection of a pret-
o ty bungalowhere they will in future ; .DEPARTMENT STORE.

When we consider germs we shudder spend their winters.Mr. .
to think of all the slates we licked .. ..

during childhood. Geo. II. McCullough, one of Or- PHARMACYWe

o lando's; prominent winter residents. I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe -
Peace will come in June says an who with his wife and daughter re- Store of true service, of never-failing
exchange but it failed to say what sides at 116 East Amelia avenue left COur-
yesterday for Spring Lake, N. J., deliver drugs free tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer- .

year.What's o where he will remain until fall. Mr chandise, at right prices

the use to be a rune when McCullough conducts a refreshment day and night.
you can be a peach? business along the Jersey shore dur- ORLANDO FLORIDA

------()- ing the summer Mrs. :McCulloujrl
When the sun shines we begin to and daughter. Miss Marian, will remain -

live. in Orlando a while longer .



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GRANDTOMORROW | ; Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I; i r/& %
I %
SOCIAL CALENDAR PRETTY WINTER I j | Admission 5 Cents D II1 it
PARK WEDDING.A I 0
March 28 to April 3 charmingly appointed wedding I I
Today occurred yesterday afternoon when MiiMMIIMMIMIiliMMMONDAY'S
Palm Sunday, many special church Miss Mae Spooner, daughter of Mr. PROGRAM
services. and Mrs. Frank E. Spooner was
Round Table, closing meeting of united in marriage to Mr. James Tay- Sterling. I"er'slistake," with
the year; topic, "Vegetable Growthin lor Dickson, of Chicago, at the attractive Max Asher. \8 4 /
Florida," by Dr. Frank Hood. winter home, Weatague of Joker." "In the Clutches of the Vil- i t 7 s
Monday Mr. and Mrs. Spooner at Winter Park. lain. A whirlwind comedy with Max
Civic League, annual business meet- The ceremony was performed atI Asher, Louise Fazenda and Wm. Fra- I IAN
ing.Mrs. o'clock by the Rev. Dr. John R. Cros- ney.Animated
W. C. Essington entertains the ser, of Chicago pastor of the American Weekly. \cid.
National Park alumnae. I church at Berlin, Germany. Mrs. Powers. Edward August Powers'
Francis. Case of Chicago sisterof robust play, "The Rugged Coast.
Mission Study Class at the Chap- a
ter House. the bride was matron of honor. I EARNEST MALTRAVERS"A Five cents to all. :O 0
TuesdayMrs. The bride's maids were Mrs. RichardM. OPEN FACE WATCH

Thos. B. Brodwater entertainsthe Genius of Chicago a daughter of ,11
Mr. and
Mrs. O. F. of
Junior Matrons Card Club. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Morris at Winter I i Biograph Special Feature Greene Iowaho have been Blassier is no more open than our method of conducting business. Through
Miss Drennen and Mrs. Grasse honorees Park and Mrs. Raymond C.I I I the winter at 411 East Church spending never misrepresenting, and selling at a moderate price, we have established -
of an afternoon party given by Turck, of Jacksonville. Miss Carolyn complete in two parts."SISTERS". street, expect to leave the first of the a clientele which we prize more than any one thing. Let
Miss Mary Robinson. Francis Case, of Chicago, was flower week for Jacksonville where they will us show you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets, etc.
Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Goodrich I
; girl.The make a short stop before proceedingto
hostess. ribbons were stretched by Miss
their northern home. Mr. Blassier
J Bow-Knot Club; Mrs. Rogers and Eda Brewer, of Courtland, N. is a great booster for Orlando and ALLEN & CO. JEWELER S-
"
Pittsburgh.I I
Mrs. Head, hostesses. Miss Emma :Myers of ,
will tell his friend in Iowa of the
Sorosis Club: Leaders in Art by The best man was Mr. Francis M. I wonderful Ib
of this section.
resources
Hainer.Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Stanley, and Miss Case, of ushers Chicago.The were. Mrs. Mason Sol- They made many friends while here r -OJ- C
who will eagerly look for their returnin
lett, of Pittsburgh Miss
Wednesday ; May Rey- the fall. -
"Bachelor Girls" meet with Miss nolds, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Miss -- -- ----- --
Vida Miller. Harriet Jones of Warren, 0.; Mrs.
Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. Robert McDougal, of Chicago; Miss A Vitagraph Drama.
Phil Siemens hostess. Emily Nicholl, of New York, and Mrs. GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS
Sans Souci Club; Miss Galey, hos- James Taylor, of Minneapolis.Mr. I LucerneTOMORROW T
and Mrs. Dickson left Winter is easy with our paints. Just
tess.Unity Pd1NT open
Circle: "The Ethics of Play;" Park last evening on an extensive
discussion led by Miss Hainer. honeymoon, the destination not being I ,: the can and begin with the brush

Thursday revealed.Mr. I They are already mixed, and the col-
Rosalind Club, afternoon party. Dickson is a prominent manufacturer "WHEN SLIPPERY SLIM ,
'
ors and ingredients of the
of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. are highest
Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. Hook, hostess.
Here and There Club. Dickson will make their home at the BOUGHT THE CHEESE" 1 f1I N grade known to the paint trade. Get
Hyde Park hotel. I
Friday Mr. Spooner the bride's father, ONE BIG DOUBLE HEADER , painted up for Easter.
Mrs. W. C. Essington entertains for
makes his winter home at Winter
Mrs. Grasse and Miss Drennen. Park and lives at Chicago. He alsois Another of those screaming Es- Extraordinary Attraction !
Saturday a prominent manufacturer of that Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Entre Nous Club. city. The wedding was attended by sanay Comedies. THE
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. many from Orlando. : 205 S. Orange Avenue
- FAMOUS "BULKLEYS"
-o-
Beginnig today and continuing un- SOCIETY NOTESOF COLEMAN: & RHAN Phone 261.
til next Sunday will be Holy Week. INTEREST.The I European Novelty Entertainers
Consequently a number of social Entre Nous Club was delightfully -
events have been postponed until next entertained yesterday afternoon SOME SHOW Most Beautiful, refined and
week, after Easter Sunday. April 4th by Miss Norma Beacham.
is Easter Sunday, when the ladies will - Spectacular Novelty Features.
appear at church with their new hats The Bow-Knot Club will meet Tues- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER ,.
of various shapes and colors. day with Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Head -
The lily is, in the great nations of at Duke Hall. Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
the world, being considered as important - HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" "RUNAWAY JUNE" Something new 1 Something New I
nowadays, on account of its The Misses Mary and Grace Holt Try it. Ask About it.
symbolism as the holly or the ever- entertained informally Friday after- Getting better than ever. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
green. Indeed there seems to be lit- noon at their home on Magnolia ave- three or more .
tIe difference between the importance!) nue. The guests included Mrs. C. D. Always have a stock of good'things to eat on hand
accorded to Christmas and that given Christ, Mrs. J. Y. Cheney, Miss Mina COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
to Easter. Each stands in its symbolism Gross, Miss Susie Magruder, Mrs. A SPECIAL FEATURE ANDA POTATO SALADJ.
for a deep religious event and Louis Dolive, Misses Mary and Eva 5 cents ,10 cents
each in its place ,holds a significancenot McQuaters Miss Grace Bachelor KEYSTONE NOVELTYWill R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
to be filled by the other.It Miss Marguerite Robertson :Miss
is regretted by some people that Jennie Baas Miss Roe Harris, Mrs. Complete the Bill. 26 Bakery
an observance such as the Easter fes- Wm. Green Miss Rossiter Miss Rap-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
tival had its inauguration in a cere- opld. Miss Janet Halstead, Mrs. THE BIGGEST SHOW OF THE
mony that was an outgrowth of a Blythe Watson Misses Alta and Eliza
rrr-n 'estiva!; but to the broadminded Wright and Mrs. Fred Stanley.Mrs. SALE-Must sell by Ford tour- SEASON
the fact appears as an evidence of ing car at once; going North; first
the lasting traits of man, recurring W. S. Richardson will leave $200 takes the car cash only. P. O. 5 cents 10 cents Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
in different ages, and modified to suit tomorrow for her home in Greenville, Box 727. 3t*
the conditions of the times. Ohio, where she will spend the sum-
The twentieth century celebrationis Manchesterto FOR RENT Modern bun-
mer, stopping en route at two story
the modern evolution of heathen I visit her sister. Mrs. Richardsonhas galow; very homey and attractive; i_
ideals influenced by those of thet been coming to Orlando for twen- practical arrangement; nicely fin-
Christian religion. From time immemorial ty-one years and always makes her ished; excellent light and ventilation;
man has celebrated the birth home at the Childs House. She is a 6 rooms, bath, sleeping porch, break- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
of spring-the passing of the gloomy most gracious lady, and to know her fast porch; also garage if desired. $25
days of winter. is to love her. Her departure is the per month to November 1st or by the
Easter, through the happy initia- cause for genuine regret Her many year. R. J. Waldron, contractor and
tive of the Emperor Constantine in friends join the Sentinel in wishing builder, 4 W. South street. 3-28-lt Established 1886
the fourth century, was celebratednot her bon voyage.
on the day of the Jewish Passover -
but the Sunday after. The va- All round money getters-want ads.OSTEOPATHY.
riation of the date depends upon the
fact that the vernal equinox, of the CURTIS & O'NEAL
v21st day of March, is the point from I
which the first Sunday after the full WEDDING
moon is reckoned. I
The first observance of Easter
4 DR. J. C. HOWELL
dates back as far as 68 A. D. From | INSURANCE LOANS
that time it has meant much to StationeryInvitations Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Christians, and in the joyous rebirthof Kirksville Graduate
Christ there is a general heartfelt I Consultation Free
resolution to emerge into the spring- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan REAL ESTATE RENTALS
like freshness of newer ideals and HoteL

better things. I Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
-oMISSION Orlando Fla.WOOD.
STUDY .
CLASS PROGRAM.The AnnouncementsAt
program for the Mission Study I
Class for Monday afternoon at 3:30
is as follows: Home Cards
Leader Mrs. Annie L. Mallory. I

Mrs.Topic LaRue, Bishop Bliss.Kinsolving of Brazil; I Calling CardsJ. $2.00 Per Strand For Sale

Topic, Survey of the Work in Chi- I
na; Mrs. A. B. Whitman. Veneer CoresAT
Reading, China; Mrs. Abernethy. ::House eight rooms. Lot 65x167. Price
Hostesses, Mrs. T. O. Brown and ALL TIMES
Miss Rossiter.A P. STEVENS
--0- Orlando Wood YardB. $4500.00. A bargain.
very important meeting of the
Mendelssohn Club is to be held Tues ENGRAVING CO W. Kingsley, ProprietorPINE
day evening at 8 o'clock at the Presbyterian STREET AND R. R.
vestry. As several subjectsare 47 Whitehall St. Atlanta Telephone 344
to be discussed, every one is requested 9-30
to be on time.

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/ CUT PRICES i WANTEDAN .Lumber Laths and shingles

SENTINEL APPRENTICE for dressmaking.Call .

I/ Sunday morning. 208 East .- ..
TO GETREADY Robinson. 3-27-3t -,... -,--- --

WANTS WANTED-To borrow $1,600 on Lf"7.11
CASH property just outside city limits.
Address F. J., care Sentinel, Orlando.
3-27-3tc
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The Morning Sentinel Want WANTED TO TRADE nice grove
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want property for city property. Ad- OIl'LAJN'DORoyal
Ad Medium in Orlando. dress P. O. Box 568. 4-25-6tc
Brick Road.

Terms Cash in Advance. WANTED-Nice young girl for cash-
5 Room House, close in. Easy ier. Strictly business. Apply at
RATES Plaza Restaurant at once. 3-26-3tc
Terms. For One Day ______________25t Cement t
For Three Days ____________50c WANTED-Good boys about fourteen ,, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeOrlando's
Grove.
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days ____.__________75c years of age to carry paper routes.
For One Month ____________$2. 0 Must have bicycle, and be familiar
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of with names of streets in district of
25 words or less. If the ad con- town to which he is appointed. Also -
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate able to do good collecting. For information -
-- will be one cent per word for address or call at this office.
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- 3-24-tf

terms. sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to Kodak finishing left at Robinson's 3 $;lktLargest
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the # r 1
the above. counts opened by telephone will be next day. 3-3-tf
payable the following day.
For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
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Every Home-Every Business- ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
Every Man has use for a
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Sentinel Want Ad. BUYERS AND SELLERSI

buy, sell rent, and exchange real
,
Wttklns Block PHONE S04 estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., KIN Aln allif SNO\VDEN\ .

FOR SALE over 20000000.30 years.Call Have and see handled mo. over

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
FOR SALE-Some very fine setter
FOR 90 PAYS pups; cheap. Address B. J. Over-
street Lockhart Fla. 3-26-Gt Take your Kodak films to Robinson. and Cheapest
.
33tfDON'T
You can buy foundation
stone building blocks side- FOR SALE On account of other im-
portant business I will sell
walk tile or anything in my grocery store, stock and fixtures situated my- FURNITURE HOUSE
line at reduced. Call around on South Orange avenue. F. J. WORRYIf
and prices.let me surprise you on Jones. 3-24-6t


F. D. GORE FOR home SALE-A for small good family comfortable; garden Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow-
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion you are disappointedabout
avenue. 371mo'FOR
getting a new Eas- -
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH

SALE-At a bargain, if sold at ter Suit we can put your -- ----- -- --- - ----------- -------- - --- ----
once, new six room house; large old one in good condi- f.
lot, garden, chicken yard, garage.
Part cash and rest terms. Located tion for just such occas-
corner Columbia and Atlanta streets. ions.
Call on T. C. Brannon at S. A. L.
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER freight depot. 3-23-6t'

Office corner Orange Avenue and Clearance Sale
Church St., Davis & McNeil BIdg., FOR SALE-Modern home; eight ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
rooms and bath; orange trees and
Phone 419.FLORIDA
large oak; seven minutes walk to Dry Cleaning -
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo Steam Cleaning OF
Pressing and Repairing
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For z
PRODUCTSThe Syracuse or Rochester property,
house at 210 South Main street. Also
house and small grove on Lakeview
Wakefield Preserving Com avenue. Inquire of owner, 419 Mar- Ga.s HeatersHaving
garet street. 3-21-Gt ShhihhA -
pany of Geneva, Fla., had a display of

orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies FOR SALE-At a bargain if sold
at once, house of seven rooms;;*
and Preserves at the County Fair
screened porch, bath trunk room,and
that were admired by all who sawthem. large closets, gas. and electric lights; a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
splendid location; five minutes from I
postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire through the coming summer we are going to close them
This company now has a display i in Owner 312 North Main. 3-18-121 ry

our window. Be sure to see it. FOR out during the month of March at the following prices:
SALE-A good work horse; -
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In-
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.
TOURISTSshould Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo $8.50 Heaters for $6.80


take some of this Florida Fruit FOR cottage SALE, seven OR RENT-Two rooms and story bath 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

home with them.CARUTHERS. modern conveniences, roomy porches i
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
r 2-23-tf 4.50 Heaters for 3.60


FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
Heaters for
3.50 2.80
& GORE equipped; speedometer Presto tank I
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf

New Modern G Grocery FOR SALE Story & Clark upright BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Weeks in the recent contest will be
sold for benefit of Baptist church BargainLot
Phone
200
building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Weeks, 10 Washington street.
6 and 8 East Pine St. 1-13-tfe


FOR and SALE tools, best OR farm RENT-With in county stock; variety ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock overlooking Lake

Orlan o...W as ineton o er.BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own Lucerne, $1.600. Must GAS DEPARTMENT


CONTRACTORR. be seen to be appreci-
N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
before letting contract, if you are go-
ated. Call ,I
DRAWING ROOM ing to build and want the best house
for .
possible money invested.P. --- ------ --
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
Sleeping Car 2-18-lmoc .

First Car on March 16 FOR RENT Easter Lillies Finlej's' Pioneer t Paint & Wall PaperStore

FOR RENT-New, :Modern Five

VIA room house. Apply 510 W. Central. CARLREAL DANN I FOR EASTERGet Has always on hand a large and well selected
FOR KENT-Three rooms for offices
over Japanese Bazaar corner of stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Orange avenue and Pine street. Apply Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Atlantic Coast Line Dr. P. Phillips' office. 3-2G-Gt ESTATE your orderin

Standard Railroad of the South TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

rooms, with garden; modern con- early ALWAYS GLAD TOilSEE YOU AT
Open for Passen.qers af 9 P, M. veniences. Also one detached room.18x20 ,
; makes a good work shop; $o ,
per month. See or address C. Joyce, COMP ANY FINLEY'S PIONEER
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand 103 South Division street. 3-26-61

SaturdaysLeaving FOR RENT-Attractive new modern ECItE 67 Corner Pine and Court
bungalow six rooms and sleeping I .violet t Dell Florist.
porches; large grounds; completely e
Orlando on Train 82, screened; in pine grove, on lake near .
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fri- Central avenue. Reasonable. Call or I SPRINGFIELD PLANT
days and Saturdays.For address. C. Hunt, Rock Lake.
3-26-6t J. M. CARUTHERSPhone

call on Reservations A. .C. L. Local and Tickets Ticket TO RENT-For summer, furnished or & FLOWER CO. 509. 408 South Lake St.
Agent. unfurnished, cozy bungalow for I The 4ar1zetI : ;
small family. 102:: East Concard ave- ,

nue. 3-23-6t 1! FRANK CARY EL1YES. Manager i OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

TO RENT-Furnished or unfurnished I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

for room permanent house, with occupancy bath);, rent a modernsix very Dr. S. S. Jones I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

:.-._- low to desirable people. Mr.J. L*, 200 All kinds of cut Flowers for sale. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
CHIROPRACTOR
....... t ." West Concord avenue3162w'- Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations I Everything: screened away from the flies and kept fresh.
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easter 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone and pure.
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. Lily Plants, 2, 31 and 5 buds to a 209. Intelligent people everywhereare We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

DR. L H. RAMSDEUl{ Knox. 11-3-tf plant. being adjustments restored to the health new by sciencef chiropractic everything in the Meat Line

OPTOMETRIST NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, removing the cause of disease. Ex-
ORLANDO - FLORIDA 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. PHONE 6774JACKSONVILLE tmination free. 12- -I-lmo I H. Ad. Selfl & CO.J .

WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
I, Umbrellas recovered and repaired PHONE NO. SOi PINE STREETI
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
An 8x10;: Kodak enlargement free "
"while you wait at Young's Repair J
OPTICAL REPAIRING at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf I 2021 Main St. Florida Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lrrc 4_



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WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM COOKING UTENSILSBeginning



Monday, March 29th and lasting all week. You are invited to come and learn all about this ware.

Ask questions and inspect goods.


WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL M. !
10 A.
TUESDAY'S SPECIAL 10 A. M. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Special 10 a. m.This .

This 1 1-2 2 qt.
Special I Special I 2 1-2 quart .
This Stew Pan -
Sauce Pan, regu- 4 SpecialRegular I :.
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> f1 24c. 29c ,
I price 50c I.V.I
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- GARDEN NEWS The plot of land sold by Dr. Ewing A NEW DEFENSE AGAINST THE phone receiving apparatus. It was time-the five hours was nearly up' BIG SHIP COULD SHOOT$1,250,000
week before last was plotted as the I SUBMARINEIn after twelve o'clock when they start- and night was coming on-and here IX AN HOUR
"Earl Ewing Addition to Winter Gar- ed, and the understanding was that again they caught the submarine
(Winter Garden Times) den," called so in memory of him by Mr. Vaux, the sending operator on tootings of the 'Susie D-' a little London.-According to a writer in
his father. Earl was one of the the April American Magazine the 'Susie D-,' would keep his os- fainter, but quite unmistakable. Thir- the War Budget, published
J. H. Cooper has sold to W. L. inent young business men of the prom-I Cleveland Moffett gives a highly interesting cillator tooting twice a minute for ty-one miles by water wireless!" would cost the Queen Elizabeth, Brit-
Story a strip of land facing the A. C. until his death February 2, account of a remarkablenew five hours. ain's new superdreadnaught, which i.i
L., by 165 feet wide. E. E. Wood and wife returned to I invention made by Prof. R. A'I) "Two miles out the 'Neponset HEARTLESS TRICK wreaking havoc among the forts of
Storyexpects build their home in New York state Tues- Fessenden. It is a submarine her
:Mr. to a packinghouse stopped engines and the micro- the Dardanelles, $1,250,000 if she
on the property. day after spending few weeks at apparatus which, attached to vessels' phones were lowered into the sea. It "My employers played me a rather were to fight all her guns to full capacity -
E. E. Jones, B. J. Sewell, Mrs. E. their winter home south of town. under the water line, enables a ship'sofficers was impossible to listen while the tug heartless trick: ," remarked the for one hour.
man
T. Intriman, of Daytona, and Mrs.C. Mrs. E. T. Intriman returned to her to have exact information as was moving because of the slap of who is always kicking. The Lion, the flagship of Admiral
D. Wenna of Lexington, Ky., went home in Daytona Saturday, taking a to the presence of other ships, ice- the waves and the interference of for- "Why, I thought they had increasedyour Beatty, used up about $375 worth of
fishing last Thursday and caught 65 nine pound fish with her. She had bergs, rocks, and so on. The effect of eign noises. As the boat came to compensation." cordite and shell every time she emp-
pounds, one fish weighing 9 pounds. been a guest of Mrs. E. E. Jones. the invention is to reduce dangers rest, Professor Fessenden slipped on "Yes. But they increased it just tied one of her 13.5 guns at the Blue
Tuesday Mr. Dillard received five R. L. Betts, of Winter Park, andJ. from collisions, and it is an invention the telephone head set and listened.
sacks of trees and plants from Wash- R. Betts, wife and mother, of which also practically renders ships ''Tooooottoottootcame the signal and enough employ to compel an expert me to accountant keep books to cher.The Queen Elizabeth hasfeight 15-
the Perkins parkof Woodbury, Ga., were visitors at the immune from submarine attack in and after half minute inch and
ington to be used in again a figure out income tax."-Washington twelve 6-inch guns, besides
naval warfare. In the my
following
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Winter Garden. A. C. Rollins home Monday and Tues- 'Toot-toot-tooooot' Star. many smaller ones.
J.-H. Gregory has bought two lots day. From here they wene to Mount taken from the article appearsan "'Fine' beamed the inventor. 'He's
of A. B. Newton and four lots of W. JJora. account of a recent demonstration '
sending D W's. It's clear as a bell.
P. Vining near the school house and W. J. Parker was arrested la 1 S : 'At four miles they stopped again ITALY SEIZES -SUPPLIES GOING RUSSIAN NOBLE DEMAND FULL ;
4 houses the night serious charge andas "A demonstration of this mod- TO KRUPP WORKS POSSESSION OF CON- ;
expects to build four on on a very new and listened, then at six miles thenat
this is said to be his second offenseof ified oscillator was made in Massa- eight, then at sixteen, and finally STANTINOPLEPetrogradThe ;!
lots.The Winter Garden novelty works the same nature it will probably chusetts Bay toward the end of Jan at twenty-five miles. Each time the Geneva.-The Italian government -
have their Berlin moulder in opera- go hard with him. He was taken to uary, 191'. An old wooden wreckingtug I signals from the 'Susie D-' were ordered the seizure yesterday at congress of representatives -
tion and it is turning out good work.T. Orlando as soon as possible. for safe the 'Susie D-,' was equipped I heard distinctly. Every one of the Luino, near the Swiss frontier, of of the nobility, now holding
A. Martin, an old planing mill man, i keeping. with a steam turbine and generatorfor I,I party heard them, there was no doubt twenty-nine freight cars containing its annual sessions in Petrograd, today -
has charge of the machine. The ma- I furnishing current to the new oscillator -'.of it. graphite, sulphur and other suppliessaid unanimously adopted the follow ,
chine cost something like $1,200 and I DEVELOPMENTS"Any also with a derrick and boom to have been destined for the ing resolution: '
I WAR ''At sixteen miles and at "The vital interests of Russia require -
is a beauty. for lowering the heavy apparatus into twenty- Krupp gun works at Essen, Germany.The :
Mrs. R. L. Byrd gave a very delightful in the the sea. A switchboard was set up five miles,' said Mr. Perkins, relatingthe Tribune reports that an Italian full possession of Constantinopleand j
New England party to a new developments on deck and, when everything was experience, 'the signals were so agent at Luino was arrested on the both shores of the Bosphorus and 1
number of ladies last Friday after- war"I? don't know. I understand the ready and the weather favorable, the plain that you could hear them with charge of purchasing the materials. the Dardanelles" and the adjacent I
noon. The guests arrived at the hand- Germans gained ten yards around the 'Susie Dwas moored fast to the the telephone receiver a foot away islands.
some home of Col. and Mrs. Byrd left but for Boston lightship at the mouth of the from your ear.' i
wing, were penalized
about two o'clock and after a very holding, and on the next day the allies harbor. Then a powerful oceangoingtug I "Suddenly a squall and snow storm PARTY FORMING, special rates to Don't fail to read the hig circulars ;
pleasant social session lunch was made six yards through center.- the 'Neponset,' with Professor I came up, but the tug pushed on until I New York, leaving Orlando night of H. Kanner's Easter .Safe. &Z64t.Don't .
se ed. The following ladies were Detroit Free Press. ,Yessenden and 3Jr. J. F. Perkins vice- (('they heard the Peaked ttitt bell, buoy I Aori( Sta,via AKantve.Coast %n& (
resent: Mrs Fowler* Miss Bartholomew I president of the company; and assist-I'sounding' on their starboard and this Savannah Line. Special through car -;
Mesdames Ames, II. E. Fowler ants aboard steamed out into the is thirty-one miles from, the Boston I from Orlando to Savannah. See Mr. I miss II. Kanner's Easter
Shoes! Shoes! of all kinds. A. 1.'. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando. Sale commencing Saturday,March.27.
Wood Gove, lIf'rritt"hite, Hew- 1 Shoes ocean to see how far away they could lightship. In a whirl of snowflakes 1
lett, Brague, and B. F. Davis. I I'I Go to H. Kanner's Easter Sale.3-26-4t I pick up the signals with their micro- they stopped and listened for the last !3-26-tf New Goods at sacrifice prices. 3-26-41. .
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TO INVESTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS : 1



We are living in progressive times and being aware of it, we have decided to reduce our commission on all city| properties 1

over 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 j

four thousand [$4,000.00] dollars, from ten per cent to five per cent to all property holders who want to list their 1

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


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

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 i

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

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

interested, and ask them to interview Mr. Benedict and get full particulars. i
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The reduction of the commission, which is considerable, is not the only benefit for the property holders, as well |Iforlthe!

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

circumstances, taken care of, and their transactions will carry a Bank Guarantee.To 1 1


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

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

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::SE :E :'SE;NELIC2', Fresident '



Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO j
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Mrs. B. Clum, of Concord Park,
leaves tonight for Valley Falls, N. Y.

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bisnell of Jacksonville 77//S 'PRUDENT
,d r' "fl \,' were among the Floridians M AN'PUTNSfRSTSAVYGSY
,' .. l "" 1 1f spendnig yesterday in Orlando.Mr. ,_

PA 3ff -; P. B. Wicoff left last night for T//i '
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::( 1'r; Savannah, Ga., to look after busi- BANK
: \ A N ness matters.Mr. -
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J. F. Schumann returned last.
L___ TITWB : dianapolis evening] from, Ind.a business trip to In i


,. I For Men's, Boys' and Children's
f Clothing at half-price go to II. Kan-
I ner's Easter Sale. 3-26-lt
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Mr. Hume Rucker, of Louisville,
I Ky., is in Orlando visiting his father-
in-law Rev. J. D. Renaker, at C02
lughey[ street.

I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cox returned
Money deposited here and left untouched for yesterday afternoon from a sightseeing ,
trip to points of interest on t ? .
6 or 12 months earns with absolute safety per the East Coast.

cent-the security back of it is unquestioned. Mr. and Mrs. T. Nash, of New it
1 York, were among the arrivals registering -
"Safety to the depositor" is the guiding prin- day. at the San Juan hotel )"ester-

ciple in this Bank of Service and Progress-a prin- lhq
Mr.V.. T. Rinaldi, one of Florida's
ciple that has built up one of the largest Banksin popular knights of the grip, arrivedin
Orlando yesterday afternoon from
,. this part of the country. A principle that will Tampa to spend Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. A. Rinaldi. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR
YOUNG
continue to build up the business because it will

be faithfully followed in the future as it alwayshas Mrs. Ollie McNulty, who has been MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-
visiting her sister, Mrs. Kate Wright, EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?.
been in the past. at her pretty home on Lake Cherokee,
left yesterday afternoon for her home YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT
in Cairo, Ill. YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN H PER CENT. IN-

The State Bank oi Orlando, Fla. Mr. Fred A. Maynard arrived in Orlando -" TEREST AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE
yesterday afternoon from Grand ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE
Rapids, Mich., on a visit to his brother -
who is the physician in charge at TAKE AN INTEREST ,UN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS
the Florida Sanitarium at Formosa.Mr. TOMER.

and Mrs. R. B. Gibson and son,
and :Miss Mattie Brown, of Murphy,
N. C., who have been visiting Miss Peoples National Bank"IT
Cora Crotts, at 210 Palmetto street,
returned home yesterday afternoon.

Miss Hazel King, who has been the IS-A PLEASURE. SERVE YOU."
attractive truest of Miss Gladys
Thomas at her pretty home, "Dixie"
on Lucerne Circle left yesterday for
her home in Arcadia.

Mr. Palmer Walthour, of Atlanta,
Summer CookingShouldn't Ga., brother of the famous bic"clerider
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Cook Orlando looking after business mat-


the Cook ters.Rev. J. D. Renaker, of this city, has New Fisk PricesAt
received a call to a large tabernacle
dinner meeting in Titi, Oklahoma, and has
Getting readyin y accepted. He expects to start the last
July 13: just as comfortable of the month for that place. New Low Prices

as in Novem- Transients registering at the San

ber-if you use a f Juan dett, Lynn yesterday, Mass.include; C. S. Lyons L. F. Bear-E. S. Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values

FLORENCE OIL Hammell, New York, and C. D. Pet-
tingill, Tampa.Mr. .
COOK STOVE. kif Size Plain Tread Casing Xon-Skid Casing Tubes
"The Turning Point in Oil Stove History" George A. Orr, traveling pas- 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

The !beet: goes into the j7L. ORE N CE senger railroad agent, with of headquarters the Baltimore in&Cleve-Ohio 30 x 3/ ______11.60 12.20 2.70

cooking, net into the land, was among the popular trans- 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

kitchen. It does your Oil Cook Stoveswork Orlando.Mr.portation. men spending yesterday in 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

work well and reliably! 36 x 41/0 ______27.35 28.70 5.20
for the
and Mrs.
and I keeps you com- - F. C. Smith, after W.a H.delightful Eaton and winter Miss 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

fortable. It requires less watching and street spent,in left Orlando yesterday, at 215 afternoon South Main over If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.

than a coal stove. the Atlantic Coast Line for their sum-
mer home in Old Orchard Beach,
t! Maine. We Have Service Station. All
You can keep one or; four burners at an a

or merely simmering flame. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McCoy and Miss '
Bonar and Miss Bright formed a congenial '
Come in and let us show you how these Lever"I party which motored here yesterday Adjustments Made Here.
from Orlando. They probablywill
Automatic Stoves: work! how simple and return home today. They were : r
guests at the
DeSoto hotel.
-Tampa
No Wicks to burn c..::t. No Valves to Tribune.

started, each burner will: keep going at San Juan I'
Garage Company
power until you turn i i' em:. Forage Grocery Co.

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PPP ::CTL SAFE i
:Monday Specials, March 29
Lemons, per dozen n__________ 15c. I"III'II'III"IIIII'llllft'I'II'IIII""I'II'I" 'I'II".IIII" II"I'III'J
Read adv. in Saturday Evening Post. Tomatoes, 4 cans _______n____ 25c. i -
. Corn. 3 cans --_-____--________ 25c I'
See it operating in window. Small milk, 12 cans ______u___ 45c .,.
our Tall milk. 12 cans _____________ 90c.
Salmon, 6 cans -______________ 6.5c
Sardines, 6 cans n____________ 25c.
Corn beef, 1 can __u__________ 22c
Oscar Hand & Son Van Camp's pork and beans, 3 I
cans _______________-_______ 25c. Ii Ii i
Van Camp's (large) pork and
beans, 1 can --______________ 15c. i
WEST PINE ST. Tomato catsup, 3 bottles n____ 25c.
Campbell's soup, 3 cans _______ 25c. I Ak..4-
Pure syrup, 3 cans __u________ 25c.
Fresh loose ground coffee, per ,
MMMIMMMIMMIMMIMilliHIMIiMIIIIIIIIMMjGive pound -___-________________ 18c. THE SAVINGS CENTER
Pure country butter, per pound "Oc.
Best butter, per pound n______ SSc.
Your Wife Tub butter, per pound Uu_____ Soc. SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE "
a II Full cream che e, per pound___ 20c.,
White House coffee, per pound_ ) INVESTMENTS, in the long run are 1 '+
Cracker Boy coffee, per pound___ 2
Good Watchand Lard, per pound ______________ c'l placed where earning power combines with ( '
I I Large' pail Snowdrift lard______ . I 4J
II 21 Ib. sack best flour __uu_ 1.10 I GREATEST SAFETY. R
I Middlings --u-__ 1.80 .
see how it will harmonize the Best chicken feed ___________ 2.25 I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING
n
workings of your *!' Corn ________________________ 190 '
household. I I Best oats --_____--_______---- 2.40 DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER ..
I Beet pulp _-____uu_____ ___ 1.85 I I .A r-
Some folks think of a woman's watch Bran _______-________-___-____ 1..o OF FLORIDA.
merely as a dec- I Cotton seed meal _____________ 1.45 + .
orative piece of jewelry, to be festive Best wheat ___________________ 2.S5 4 cent paid Saving Accounts.Consultation.
worn on occasions per on
Cotton seed hulls _n__________ . I
and laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our I Sweet feed ____________$1.65 and up I *
6,000 pounds of meats, consisting L
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera I I salt pork. breakfast bacon, hams
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: : 'i boneless shoulders smoked butts, and I
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand dry salt shoulders boiled hams, another I _
varieties-meats to please the L
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or I most fastidious. I

Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 !


up H .....THE C.GERMAN VATER JEWELER... I! Oi18llO n B nk & Trust l C m n


I make a specialty in fine watch ;
i
T.H.EVANSJEWELER repairing All grade> American,
i Swi,.,., tncti-haatches; also Jewelry i I "
and spectacles: expert in thi. i Incurs No Obligation.
line. All ,
repairs guaranteed.

Opp. Post Office; Pine Street j

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