Title: The morning sentinel
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00521
 Material Information
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 30, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00521
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
 Related Items
Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

Full Text
--..- -










At Late Hour


British Liners Sunk, P. HOLBROOK Honolulu, March 29.-Vessels that

Dutch-Russians Steamer Active Destroyed in Thorough Campaign of Entire the have early entrance been this morning sweeping to Honolulu searching the harbor waters for since near the

F-4 met with no success up to a late U. S. TO DISPATCH A ARTIllERY
Black Sea City Will Be Made for "Self hour this afternoon.

Starters"-300 by Despite the repeated failures naval

AMSTERDAM. MARCH 29. IT IS May 1st officers are firm in the belief that he - -
THE GERMAN ADMIRALTY wrecked diver is ubmerged near the
AN ORDER TO SUBMARINES TO The Board of Trade teams are off! They base their theory on the recovery Life In
SINK ALL BRITISH MERCHANTMEN Look at the Sentinel team. They are of a piece of brass work i BUT ALL READY TO
WITHOUT WARNING. THE winners: brought to the surface which has been Paragraph FIRE
REASON TO BE ASSIGNED IS Captain, J. P. Holbrook, W. H. Bro- positively identified as belonging to
THAT MERCHANTMEN ARE BE- kaw, John Empie, S. A. Johnson, II. the F-4, also reports of fuel oil seen (
ING ARMED AND ARE FIRING P. Leu, C. A. Brown, Marion Ives, Dr. on the surface and a stream of air )
Bradshaw, and C. P. Dow. the surface. 1 1I
The Reporter-Stars are C. E. Johnson I When the submarine is located, I I'I' C. L. Waterman, wife and
SIDERED WARSHIPS. J. D. Barnes, C. E. Howard, Seth naval officers in charge of the work Miss Alice, who have been Before lie Can Fire lie :Must
several weeks in Orlando
March offi- Woodruff, Ralph Yearby, Dr. C. D. plan to weave a chain net around the
London, 29.-Reports (i
cially confirmed by the admiralty Christ. J. C. Patterson, Geo. McCul- submarine and attempt with a float-i| Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Potts, at Receive Orders From War
state that two British liners the loch. W. S. Branch, W. C. McLean; ing crane in Pearl harbor to make a home on Jackson street, left yes
W. direct lift.HAVANA. for their home in Battleboro, Department Officialsat
W. Rose
captain. !
and the Fallaba
Aguila were torpe-
Judge Waterman is one of the
doed Sunday by German submarines Campaign Notes | his 'VashingtonWashington.
in and
court judges state
and also the Dutch steamer Amstelwas C. P. Dow offers $5 hat for mem- TO BE WORLD'S RAC-
ber on either one of the teams bringing ING CENTER 1 an able and distinguished jurist.
the bottom German I
mine sent fields to during the past by 48 hours. in the application of the youngestman. New York, March 29.-Fourteen 1 is their first visit to this part of Mrach 29.-That the
Both the British liners were torpe- American book makers returned to- I \ and like nearly everybody probable shelling of the city ofBro".nsvilt.
doed before the passengers and crew \V. S. Branch offers large size pen- day from Cuba and said their season i they will return again. : .' by the artillery of Villa
could safely be transferred to boats nant-one of the new ones-to the in Cuba had been a profitable one, and I --- of Carranza will occur in the next
and many lives of noncombatants'were man on either team bringing in the they predicted that Havana next year I I POLICE COURT YESTERDAY I| battle at Jlatamoras has caused the
lost. oldest man. would be the greatest racing centerof Johnson, drunk, $5; ; Maybelle j war department today to order three
Of the and the V. W. Estes offers prize of a $25 the world. drunk, $5; ; Joe Winn, drunk, | batteries of artillery from San Anto-
liners 136 passengers missing. crews on suit of clothes to the man on either Ed. Frasier, drunk, $5; A. W. Oli- nio to Brownsville and a regiment of
The crew are of the Dutch steamer was team bringing in largest number of MORAN GIVES K. O. TO WELLS and Nettie Oliver, fighting, $5 infantry to be held in reserve at the
saved. applications.This London, March 29.-Frank Moran, i: ; John Ross, drunk, $5; two John Texas city for sudden duty at Browns
I I contest will end at 12 o'clock i heavyweight of Pittsburgh, knocked drunk, $5; each. A dirty day's ville.These
English View of Situation April 15th and no doubt a banquetwill Bombardier Wells out in the tenth i' is it not'o I orders were issued after a
London.-Russia again is knockingat be given to the dues-paid mem- round here tonight The fight was fora conference at the war: department! be-
the back door of Constantinople by bers.When purse of $3,500. {I TO BRICK: PARKWAY I tween the officials there and Senator
bombarding the Turkish forts on the you see a Sentinel man com- ]t soon as the brick is thoroughly i Sheppard of Texas.
Bosphorus, but with what success is ing don't stop and argue, just give BAKING OF CAKES FORBIDDEN in the fire house the work of The war department announced that
not yet definitely known. The only him your application.Do IN GERMANY TO SAVE I I,I the parkway between the city the American guns would not be used
news from the front door, the Darda- your part and join the Boardof FLOUR I J and engine house will be com- except on express orders from Wash-
nelles, is monotonous reiteration of Trade. Don't let the other fellow ington. If shells begin falling in
the report hat the mine sweepers of stand the burden. If you own any Berlin.-Additional restrictions have -0UNDERWOOD- Brownsville, General Funston must
the allies are continuing their work, thing in Orlando it will pay you backa been placed by the authorities upon TO CUBA report the fact to Washington and
and that weather conditions still pre- good many times. bakers and housewives in Berlin who Oscar Underwood will de '. await orders before he can fire back.
vent resumption of the bombardmentby Ladies look for the Board of Trade I''1 now have been forbidden to bake this week for Havana, Cuba. I Notwithstanding alarming stories
the fleet.Constantinople. card. If your merchant hasn't one. cakes which require the use of yeastor of danger; to citizens at Brownsville
however, declines to ask him why! I I similar preparations. The baking Secretary Bryan would not admit the
accept the weather as an excuse for (Signed) Membership Committee. I in homes of any cakes whatever be- 1 TO REMAIN NEUTRAL situation there to be regarded as very
the lull in the attack and claims that I tween March 25 and April 12 also serious.
since March 18 weather conditions FREE ELECTRICITY FOR THIS has ben forbidden. The latter orderis Secretary Bryan early today sent
designated to check the .-The Bucharest correspond- dispatches to Carranza and Villa telling
have been so good that Turkish aero- TOWN IN GERMANY consump- 1
planes have been flying over the allied I II tion of flour for Easter cakes. of the Frankfurter Zeitung tele- them top revent firing across the
The former regulation limiting to that Roumania will continue line, and said he had received
warships in and about the Darda- Berlin.-On account of the scarcityof I assur-
nelles. Unofficial reports from neu- kerosene the town administration. 10 per cent. of the total weight the The paper also professes to ances that the request of the department -
amount of flour which be used information to the effect that would be complied with.A .
tral ports in the vicinity indicate an of Luckenwalde has decided to install may
resumption of activity; they set electricity in houses free of charge. in cakes not under the official ban remains -| Roumanian ambassador here has confidential agency of Villa ?e
I such
fort that a long distance shelling of in force. an agreement. Washington issued a ta'. metit this
the inner defenses has ben com- I The baking of cakes also has been earthed.'A afternoon that the Caranzistas had

menced by the battleships. FUNERAL HELD FRIDAY forbidden in private households in the deliberately entrenched themselves in
Reviewing Russian naval activity in duchy of Anhalt. I OF LOCAL TALENT such positon as to compel the Villa
the Baltic, Petrograd claims that the t I troops to fire in the direction o(
operations on this sea of Russian NO SUBMARINES SHIPPED, SAY Brownsville.The .

warships have resulted in damage to Interment of II. C. Van Buskirk SCHWAB COMPANIES : Orlando and agency says that Villa will
several German units, and that the j Orange avoid firing in American territory.
have been Held Friday at Home of I Washington.The Bethlehem Steel Accounts .
Germans compelled mated County Men on Horticultural of the battle by the agency
rially to restrict their movements. Grandparents, at company and the Fore River Ship- say the total loss to the Villa armyon
German submarines have been active building company, both controlled by Convention Saturday was 300 killed and
off the English and Irish coasts, I Newton, Pa. Charles M. Schwab, have issued state- Program wounded.
and the liner Falba, reported in dis- .I ments announcing that they have The convention forces it is statedare
tress in the Bristol channel, may be Newton, Pa., :March .-Services shipped no submarines abroad in violation at Las Rusius, four miles from
one of the victims of their raids. over the remains of Henry Chamberlin of neutrality regulations. The the twenty-eighth annual meet- Matamoras, and are preparing for a
From a diplomatic standpoint observers Van Buskirk, who passed in statements were accepted as the com- of the Florida State Horticultural final attack.
away the at Tampa, April 13 to 16, Or-
in London are speculating Boston, Mass., on Monday, the 22nd panies' answers to charges pre-
hopefully on the reorganization of the inst., were held at the home of his sented to the state department. and Orange county will be Obregon Will Again Enter Mexico
Balkan League, but nevertheless, it is grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Christo- eat1y in evidence. The opening day City -
felt that the visit to Bulgaria of Field pher Van Buskirk, in Newton, Pa., on WAR TAKES STARCH OUT OF response to the address of wel- Washington, March .-Reports to
Marshal Von der Goltz, until recentlyat I Friday afternoon at one o'clock, and COLLARS!; AND CUFFS by Mayor McKay will be made the state department and the British
check the London.A Daily News dispatch the society by Dr. W. F. Black-
Constantinople, may rec- were conducted by Rev. James Lawson embassy today indicate that he Zap'atistas -
onciliation of that state with her of the Methodist Episcopal from Copenhagen says that the scarc- of Winter Park; Wednesday af are about to evacuate Mexico
neighbors. church. ity of flour is growing more and more Lloyd S. Tenny, of Orlando, City and that it will again fall into
I The pall bearers were 'Messrs. serious in Germany and has led to a discuss "The Relations of the the hands of Caranza.
.'LORID.VEGETABLES IN N. Y. Archie and Ralph LaCoe, Carl Bei- prohibition against the use of starch Growers and Shippers" League Obregon, the Carranza chief com-
I seeker, and John Ward. The floral for shirts, collars and cuffs. In con- the Citrus Canker Work; and the mander, has never gone more than
New York March .-Receipts of tributes were many and beautiful. sequence al men within a short time of the committee on legislation forty miles north of Mexico City, and
Florida vegetables continue to run I Henry Van Buskirk spent all of his will be compelled to wear nothing but be given, O. W. Conner of Tan- the Zapatistas having taken all that
light, with signs of better quality to I childhood and earlier years of his soft shirts and collars. and Lloyd S. Tenny of Orlando they wanted out of the city now ate
come. Tomatoes particularly are I young manhood in Newburgh, N. Y., members of this committee; and about to exacuate it and Obregon it
poor, arriving in spotted and unrip- where for eighteen years his fatherwas SECOND GERMAN WAR LOAN Wednesday evening the annual expected to again march in when they
ened condition. Receivers find it nec- I manager for the Grand Union NOW TOTALS $2,263,000,000; of the Florida Growers and leave.
esary to hold the stock until it ripens I Tea company, and from whence the 1 Berlin.-Subscriptions to the second League will be held, Lloyd The British embassy officials and
and sustain loss due to the fact 'I German Tenny of Orlando giving the annu- the American
some i I family removed five years ago to war loan now amount to 9- officials are of the opin-
that the tomatoes soften and can not | Forest City, Fla. 060.000,000 marks ($2,265,000,000)), report; on Thursday morning there ion that a period of anarchy will begin -
l>e disposed of at any kind of a price. | One year since the young man went j i besides subscriptions of the troops at "be a symposium on "Bright I in Mexico City as soon as it
Those that are sold are bringing $2.50 j i to Boston, Mass., where he was employed !I the front. conducted by W. W. Yothers changes hands again.
( 13. with a few fancy reaching $3.50. in a large department store up I -- Orlando. Thursday evening a se-
i -
There is a brisk demand for tomatoes to the time of his demise. of next year's meeting place RECEIVERS ARE NAMED: FOR
and good stock is wanted badly. Hard. I' His health had not been good for ;i Gallons be held and a concentrated effort GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
1,000 be made to have the convention
ripened tomatoes, if obtainable, would some time but he did not give up his RAILROAD
Orlando in 1916.
bring excellent prices. I work until less than a week before
Peppers were scarce and sold from his death which came too unexpectedly Flows Augusta, Ga.-Petition for receiver
$:?.50w3.50.> with eggplant large sizes I for his father and mother to i Into New WILL HE HOST TO filed against Georgia & Florida rail-
bringing $3@3.50 and smaller sizes reach his bedside, but no praise can road today.J. .
$1.50@2.50. I be too lavish to bestow upon the officers M. Wilkinson, of Valdosta Ga.;
Both wax and string beans sold at of the Boston Young Men's i "Where does all the Fla.-The Arcadia citizens ,V. R. Sullivan, of New York, and
$3@6, and only the fanciest stock I Christian Association where he made water go tot"Such taking hold of the matter in dead Harry R. Warfield, of New York,
brought the top price. his home, as well as all those connected was the question that a man for the celebration on April were apointed receivers by the Georgia -
White squash sold at $2@2.50 per therewith for the wonderful Ii asked himself yesterday as he on account of the arrival of the l and Florida railway by Judge
railroad. The committees
crate. I care and kindness extended to him up I watched thousands of gallons of ap Henry C. Hammond, of Richmond ;
Peas usually sold from $3 to $5.50, to his last moment, and to his family I water rush through twelve inch I by the board of trade are county superior court today, on appli-
a at work, and state they have .
although few extra fancy brought ev- cation of the
a Baltimore
I afterward even to the coming of Mr. hole. 116 feet deep, on the Conwayroad fixed in fine Trust com-
now shape
a dollar more. Gordon Wilson, secretary of the Y. south of Orlando located the up pany, of Baltimore, Md. .
on affair that will set the for
The quality of Florida cabbage is 1 M. C. A., to the home of his grandparents northwest portion of Lake Lancaster. an pace The road's general offices are in -
affairs of the kind in South
of other Souht-
better than that any with the remains.Henry Yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock 1 Augusta. .
which has arrived in .
ern vegetable Van Buskirk would have
the work of boring the drainage well
board of trade, through Secre-
New York market this season. len
old the
twenty-two on JUDGE
on Lake Lancaster :
was completed j Gardner, has closed a deal for a
The demand is good and prices ranged 13th of May.Besides .
and as noted, water-gallons, barrels and machine shop from Mis NEELEY AS NEW ATTORNEY
this week from 1.75 to $2.50 his
per parents, Mr. and Mrs. and oceans of water-rushed pell-mell to locate in Arcadia. Really,
basket Justin Van Buskirk of Forest City through the twelve inch opening and Mr. Gardner has taken hold, the Pensacola Fla.-Exercising the authority -
Lettuce is running about the same and Orlando Florida, the friends from disappeared. j I in him vested Judge Shep-
of trade has secured not I
as it has for several weeks, with the out of town were a brother Mr. Rob- Towards evening a visit to the lake I j f quarters, but a new lease of only life. pard, of the United States court, has
quality poor to fair and prices ranging ert Justin Van Buskirk, midshipman disclosed the fact hat the lake level I appointed John Neeley as district at-
from $1.50 to $2.25, with extra U. S. N., Annapolis, Md.; Miss Emma I had lowered nearly eight inches. It I.I.I FOUND REASONABLE torney, and the latter has entered
fancy bringing $2.50. Van Buskirk, Scranton; Mrs. Rose was roughly estimated that an 11 upon his duties. Court has been in
Celery brought 2252.75 for ten Van B. Speece Erie. Pa.; Mrs Jane I age of 1,000 gallons of water aver-I. I March- of session in Gainesville and indictments
i 29.-Charsres
inch crates and $2.50@3 for twelve Tyrrell, Mrs. Anna N. Notman Mrs. through the new well in one \ four principal companies returned by the grand jury which necessitated -
inch crates. Charles Werkheiser, of West Pitts- and consequently in one day 1,500,000 i the transportation express of ice cream the signature of the dis-
ton; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Sands, Mr. gallons would disappear, reaching the returned containers trict attorney and for this reason the
empty were
ATTENTION RED MENA and Mrs. F. A. Flock, Wilkesbarre. made. -
sea level in a few seconds. today by the Interstate Com- .appointment was
important of Econ- the relatives
very meeting Besides present are one The well
new drainage will
expense Commission to be not
lochatchee Tribe, at the regular sleep, brother, Allen c., and two little sisters : unrea-
be met jointly by the city and the : Complaint of the National Latest books by popular authors.
night March 30. All Red Maud A. and Thelma L., in Flor It is outside Grown
Men are urged to county. just the city incorporation of Ice Cream ManufacJ J You all want "Pollyanna Up"Curtis
attend. I ida. line. In a short time was dismissed. I I & O'Neal, Orange avenue.l' .




If there be one thing an intelligent only of laborers and fanners, but of
A Fine Sweet
Pipe 300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Believe as I believe, no more, no less; educated person may be assumed to professional men and their families.In .
That I am right, and no one else, con- know it is his own age and the date a study of 5,000 school childrenDr.
for you is the Wellington. With it,you can be sure fess; of his birthday. Yet according to Stiles found "startling ignoranceor
of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't have the "BE A SELF STARTER-DONT Feel as I feel, think only as I think; Dr. Stiles, in Public Health Reports, I I carelessness" in regard to their
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington dean and WAIT TO BE CRANKED" Eat drink what I eat and drink but what I there is a vast number of people who i!ages.

tractable. Saliva cant to the fire to boil and JOIN THE BOARD OF ;
get : Look as I look, do always as 1 do,
splutter. J TRADE NOW I And then. only then, I'll fellowshipyou.

MEMBERS I PAID, 1913; That I am right and always right, I SPECIFY
t A know;
e Z Anderson, F. L*, grocer. Because my own convictions tell me
Baxter, F. E., real estate.B so;
And to be right is simply this to be I DEAN'S -
J. D. Barnes, Yowell.Duckworth.Dr. Entirely and in ail respects like me;
is made on the correct pipe principle. It won'tfoul = I
R.I" Buckmaster osteopath.Nat To question, doubt, or hesitate, is sin.I .
and it cant clog. Come on in and pick the Burman, gents furnishings. reverence the Bible if it be
shape you like best-every one a masterpipe.25c Bumby, Joe, hardware. Translated first and then explained by When the doctor asks where to have your Prescriptions
35c. 50c, Butt Arthur, tax assesosr. me;
up. Brokaw, W. 1[., nurseryman. By churchly laws and customs I abide
Made In Beeman, II., San Juan hoteL If they with my opinions coincide;
Look them over at the AmericaGOOD Branch, W. S., book store. All creeds and doctrines I admit di- filled.IT'S
C vine.Excepting,
Christ, Dr. C. D., physician. those which disagree with SAFETY SUREto
Curtis & O'Neal book store. mine.
AND BAD CIGAR STORE Caruthers & Gore, grocers.
Cheney, Donald, O. W. & L. Co. Let sink the drowning i! he will not
__ ____ ____ ______ __ u_ __ ___ ______ Chadwick C. D, real estate. swim have a graduated druggist prepare your medicine.
Cheney, J. M., O. W. and L. Co. Upon the plank that I throw out to
D him;
OUR MOTTO Dickson-Ives, department store. Let starve the hungry if he will not
: Dolhe, S. G., real estate. eat
Dow, C. P.. Peoples National Bank. My kind and quality of bread and
Small Profits and Quick Returns." Davis, E. W., lawyer. meat;
Dale, Fred B., real estate. Let freeze the naked if hs will not be City Drug StoreJ.
1:. G. Duckworth. Yowell-Duckw'th. Clothed in such garments as are made
Just received, a carload of Cotton Seed Meal and Duke, Buford, Duke Mall for me.
Hulls, which we will sell at a specially low cash figure, E
Tuesday and Wednesday, if taken from the car, thereby T. II. Evans, jeweler. Twere better that the sick should die L. DEAN, Ph.G. Orlando, Fla.
Estes V. W., druggist. than live,
saving us the expense of storing them. Edwards. Dr. G. IL, physician. Unless they take the medicine I give;
Eaton, W. H., Orange grower. Twere better sinners perish than refuse -
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. Essington W. c., The SentineL
Empie, Jno. F, Spot Cash Grocery.F To be conformed to my peculiar
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 views;
Father M. Fox, Catholic church. Twere better that the world stand JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
FiezI A. A., Orlando Roof & Sheet still than move
Metal Co. In any other way than that which I
G approve.
C. E. Graham, retired. -The Lamar Sparks, Lama Colo.

EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4THWe Gore Goodrich Mahlon C. W., retired.abstractor. EARTHQUAKE-PROOF BUILDING

Griffin' S. S-, real estate.
Gordon Frank sheriff. M. Montessus de Ballore, the greatest My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
Glenn, W. M, The Sentinel authority on earthquakes, says it
showing beautiful line of Easter
are a Giles, Jas. L., real estate. is easy enough to build quake-proof months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
Cards, Booklets, Folders and other suitable ar- II houses. He points out that an At- same time it always has.
Howard, C. E, Orange Co. Citizen. lantic liner on dry land would not be
ticles for gifts.Reasonable. Ho\ey C. A- real estate. affected by an earthquake any more .
Howell, Dr. J. CL, osteopath. than it is by a storm at sea, for it is TIME TABLEBus
prices on everything. Post Haden. A_ orange grower. built to withstand shocks and vibra-
Cards one cent each. Howe, S. \V., State Bank. tions that are quite as severe as and
Holbrook J. I'., Hupmobile. last infinitely longer} than those of Leaving Orlando in Front oi Evans, The Jeweler.
Hand, H. E, ice cream mfg. any earthquake. Buildings of rein-
\v. S. BRANCH, J forced concrete were unharmed by
Johnson, C. E, So. Fla. Foundry. the recent earthquake in central Italy. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
The Arcade Book and Music Store Johnson, S. A., city commissioner.K Read Down Read Up
K For Men's, Boys' and
A. G.. retired.L Easter at half-price Sale. go to 3-26-lt H. Kanner's A.M.A.M.! P. 1\1. ''A.l\l. P. l\1.P.; 11.I .

Laubach, P. F., feed store. '
Orlando 6:30 3:00 9.30 1.3 6.00
M I ;(0.15
Get the news in the Sentinel first. I
McCullough, Geo., departm't store. Ocoee 30'11.15' 4:00 8.3C 12.3 5.00
McLean, W. C-, postmaster.
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Martin, W. E, tax collector. I' Winter Garden : I:3c 4-30 8.1512.154.45
Mat hews, Tom \ '., contractor. i Oakland 8:oo---. 4:30 8.0-- 4.30
McEwan, Dr. J. S., physician. I'' FOR --
Xorcross, Capt. I)., retired.O .

SHEET METAL CO. Ov'rstr'et1.. O.P. banker, manufr. .. aC air Hunters.. The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn

Porter, Dr. George, Physician. I Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos Patterson, J. C.. retired.R .

and Rubber W. II. Reynolds, retired. j J. W. HURLEY
Roofings Robinson, C. B-, lawyer. I
Robinson, B. M., county clerk. MANAGER
Cornices Skylights .Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings Reese, J. 1[.., ReporterStar.Rose 21/ acres fine truck land I,
'V.Y., real estate.
Robinson, O. S., traveling man. on good street, fenced, : .
Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO S 4
Smith, W. H-, chief police. all cleared, small r
Sperry, E. F., major.
Schnaar, Jno., insecticide mfg.T .
building, price $750, ; Gore
--- Terry, F. J.. monument works. cash, balance to suit.
-- -------------- -
Townsend C. S., contractor.
Tenney, Lloyd S., Mgr. Fla. Grow Also a group of 3 fine
ers' and Shippers League. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM D AIMERS. I
I \\' building lots on East Cen-
Woodruff. Seth, stockman.
The Orlando Meat MarketT. Watson, W. I>>., S. A. L. engineer. tral Avenue, near my resi- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Watch the list In"OW-5ee page 2.
y dence. Improved by walks, COMPARE
A. YANCY Manager N. P. Yowell, Yowell-Duckworth.

Yearby, J. R-, ell-Duckworth. shade trees, nice fence, etc.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice I OUR FURNITUREWe I
who will
GRIFFIN WILL LEAVE SOON Price low to party
Florida and Western Meats
S. S. Griffin, representative, will build. provide the quality of furniture-that has long
leave for Tallahassee next Thursday. been furniture buyers as th6
accepted by knowing
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Mr. Griffin particularly expressed happy himself in getting as being standard of merit. If au articreri9 here it is good.

Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders away from Orlando. The charter It 'Wb ldo't-be here were it otherwise. We ca "t make
proposition has nearly wrecked his this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

/ Business (135 ?P. O. BOX 226 otherwise complacent self. I this business, and that means much to ;any buyer. 'I

PHONES l Residence, ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. RETURNS FROM TALLAHASSEE I DR. A. J. TAYLOR, I

lion. L. Massey returned yester- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,
day afternoon from Tallahassee
where he had been to argue a case be- PHONE 696 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

We sell only Fore the supreme court compelling the East Central Avenue I L J
/ e Florida East Coast railway to makea 905
Pure three cent per mile passenger rate .
on all their lines, except the Key West
---- -- --
- -
ta DLjsl extension.

l Do Your Pure Ice Creart1


Look 1 When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make

1 CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in all
Old and _
I you don't believe that we take flavors and special moulds.the .

greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from 1
and watch us
facture come up tubercular tested cows. All ..
make it. You will be surprised RABBITS

Y hi0k4'i\\ \ I have established a plant for 'I'!I't the care every detail is given. cans, moulds and everythingused .
in the manufacture of our EGGS
the refinishing of all metal Any kind you want, any time
Ice Cream is thoroughly
you want it. In any quantity
fixtures and brass beds. This ized.
from a quart up. -
BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
work is done at a small cost, and You are cordially invited to .
makes your fixtures look like inspect our factory at any

Ot v- r time. In fact anything you want.
new. I
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will' be filled right. I
Stock of second hand fixturesfor >
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only thebest

quality compounds of tested strength and purity. sale.

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
allow it.You. Phone 652 and I will call and T

can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. estimate your job.
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years.
PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street


r. f

-" '-- "

- -- .,....-.
t :
.. -


RESOLUTIONS HONORING DR.I In the first of the English turf t DOTS AND DASHES fMMMtMlllliMIIMIIiillllllllillllllilMtllMIIIMIMIilillllill iiiliiililiTHE
events, the Grand National Steeple- :
BLACKMANAt chase, to be run next Friday at Liverpool (From "Dixie") .Jr

over the Aintree course, Ameri- .. --, .... .
cans are interested in Postboy, the One of the biggest men in the leg- .a.J.q.A .iJ'i =<:it 'I ""' ...-, .
the chapel exercises of March six-year-old entry of Alexander Coch- islature is A. B. Newton, of Winter "-, ;
a Gn : .J r.
17 Dr. Blackman announced his res- Australia has also entered a Garden. } \.p
ran. }
I /1- ...;>: ___* it .- ( ; -- 1tjtwrj .
horse, Bullawarra, and two French -()- {
and the .
ignation to the student body, )
( :
I It:: 'i/4.;/ 1,1'r ;;;
; ..
; ho'rses. Larteau II. and Clitias will It is said that J. C. Adkins might .t. t} :"
next day the following resolutions also start. be speaker of the house after the ;: :<)..,;; ':.:t ..1:::j 'F 1 J./ ;,.-..;. i.\:
I _.. .- I
were adopted by them: deadlock is broken. There is no bet- H'r d- ;": ; "...,:- ::- lib. I, I s.
::v ..
Whereas, We have been informed I Ben Lewis, the noted dog fancier, ter man for the position. ; : & t? l '- --!
will take Pullman load of his best -()- :
that our president, the Rev. William I to the San Francisco dog show in i! George Mason is indeed a live wire l i) !fC ;!? .
Fremont Blackman, Ph. D., LL. D., is '
him Jacksonville had dozen ;
The will cost $5,000. a ,
trip -suppose
May. \:. !\ .J4t;, ..4. $ : i1
severing his active connection with I like him? .. \: .J i ..;k --
Rollins College, and remembering the I The Central League wil lopen on I -()- [;;..rC4 h...... ., 2r.D". JF -_.,'Y.fP\ =-- - ---r-.fl
April 21, with Youngstown at Wheel- There is a strong demand throughout -- -
services that he has rendered to \ "
great 'I ing, Erie at Dayton, Grand Rapids at Florida for F. A. Hathaway to q fJi
the College, the splendid buildings Evansville, and Fort Wayne at Terre be state superintendent of schools.
which have been erected during his Haute. i I -()- ;P} W
will be :
Buzzard bills, it appears, BIG STOREExclusive
presidency, the endowment which has : ,
Whether high life of the past win- introduced during the coming sessionof l ., a/! Jcr. '"'f;;; f1
been accumulated during his admin-I
ter will interfere with the champion the legislature. \ ( ,; .J
istration, the eminent quality of Braves will develop early in the seaI I -()- :L.4
scholarship which has been attained : son. New champions are always': A state fair banquet with every j .) Easter Novelties I
watched for the effects of prosperity. j county commisioner in Florida and YAVv\
by the institution, due principally to : ff
about 500 of our own citizens
his own personal efforts and efficiency Jack White of Chicago meets Jim- make a hit. i 7' inthese Women's Attire
and the many other distin- my Kelly, champion of the eleventh -()- .
guished services to the College, we, cavalry in an eight round bout at Frank Harris is Florida's most pop- Everyone of sections throughout this house is nowcollection

the students of Rollins College, assembled Chattanooga tonight. ular editor. He-deserves()- it. i1 filled to completeness with large and comprehensive

1 in public meeting, The Seattle deg show, which opened j It will make many of the oldtimersfeel of Easter Merchandise. For several months our buying or-
-. Resolve That we extend to Dr. I I today, is the biggest' ever held on the i good to see Frank Owen back in ganization has been busily engaged in placing immense orders
Blackman our deep appreciation of Pacific coast, and many of the winners I the council. His victory made all l r and selecting from the production of the most noted designers,
will be seen at the expositionshow Jacksonville glad.
the work which he has accomplishedfor in Frisco. -()- .. the rarest, most exclusive and the most charming novelties
Rollins College, his untiring efforts If the legislature goes after some that it has ever been posible for us to secure.
in behalf of the young people of An army of bowlers will competeat of these society dances there will be It is a representative, brilliant collection such as will

Florida enthusiastic endeavor to the New national York bowling, beginning tournament.Saturday,250 in weeping and wailing.-()- ..1 y j make this store more widely recognized as a style center of

uphold clean intercollegiate athletics, five-man teams are entered, and $15- The Rotarians are a lively bunch- i the greatest consequence not only among the residents of Or-
his great success in raising the Standard 000 in prizes are offered to the alley both here and in Tampa. lando and vicinity but by the many hundreds of visitors who

of society and promoting the interests stars. -()- come to our city each year.
of culture and refinement by Richard Hobson calls Woodrow Wil-
The chess masters' tournament at
bringing to the state famous lecturers New York, to begin April 19, is now son a professional politician.'hat's
that I hear about the kettle and the J TYPES OF THE BEST FAVORED VOGUES IN WOMEN'S
and talented musicians, and his assured. Gapablanca, Marshall, Las- pot? !
ker, Kupchick and Chajes will com-
sincere devotion to the religious activities pete. -()-
of the state. Jess Willard is another white man
We regret that his active interestsas On Friday and Saturday of this to fight the negro Jack Johnson. A Such is the character of the styles and the extensivenessof

president must cease; but we trust week the eastern intercollegiate wrestling white man who will have a brutal the displays of tailored Suits in this section at all times of
championships will be decided at contest with a negro ought to be that to them must be
that he will never forget Rollins Col- licked. the year, but especially just at present,
lege which bears such evidences of Pa.Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, attributed a very considerable portion of prestige of this storeas

his skill and ability, and we assure WOMAN'S WAY an authoratative source of the world's latest and best fash-

him in the future our most profound I illS REASON ions. We are showing a splendid line in Silk Poplins, Pongee,
Women can have a perfectly lovely Gabendine, Wool Poplins and Palm Beach, and all moderately
respect. lis-
time talking to each other without
i "What is :your reason for wantingto
We wish also to expres sour grati- learn to dance?" tening to each other.-Albany Jour- priced. -
tude for all the kindnesses and cour- "Well, it looks foolisher to sit still I nal.
tesies of Mrs. Blackman which have and look foolish than it does to get on
feet and look foolish.-Wash- THE MASTER
always been shown to the students of your
the college. "There was absolutely no evidence

We assure Dr. and Mrs. Blackman HIS GREAT NEED against the man you lynched." .... thorough inclusive research among all the leading designers -
that the years which they have spent "No evidence? Why, he was as
critical selections have to this
black the of spades." Philadelphia I and very brought sec
"You must take more exercise, as ace -
here in labor for have not been
us said the physician."I Ledger.For .. tion not only the largest but the most magnificient represen-
spent in vain and that then names can't do it," replied the states- tation of exclusive modes we have ever displayed in any pre-

will always remain dear in the mem- man. "I have been exercising my Ladies,' Misses' and Children's vious season. Materials of Taffeta, Crepe Metiers, Crepe de
ories of the students of Rollins Col- voice and my imagination ever sinceI
in all the wanted shades priced at
came to Washington. What I need Hats and Ready-to-wear goods go to Chine and Silk Poplins
lege. It gives us much pleasure to is repose.-Washington Star. H. Kanner's Easter Sale. 3-26-4t $18.00 to $27.50.
know that they are to remain in Win- I

ter Park for some years to come, and
OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT, SHOWING time, which is important gladden the ;
we assure them of our continued affection -
throughout our future SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDSolid ALL THE NEWEST STYLES hearts of the youngsters.
Norfolks and Plain Suits with patch
ciation. through electric-lighted train. Coaches Wash Waists in Lawns, Linen, Dimities, pockets, all sizes in serges, Scotch tweeds
(Signed) Geraldine Clark, Louise drawing-room and observation sleeping Voiles, Batiste, Plain and Figured Japs and and crashes. Also a splendid line of Wash
Bucher, Irene Thoren, Clarence G. The
cars. Dining cars carve all meals Tub Silks. .
Suits in all the late styles.NEW
Tilden, Alfred J. Hanna, Richard G. Dxie en route. including I supper. SouthAtlantic Also a beautiful line of Crepe de Chines,
Darrow committee.: latest and finest .v leaving Jacksonviiiethe Limited leavestrain i Georgette Crepes Chiffon, Laces, Nets and --- -----
tram of comfort Novelty Silks. STYLES IN KUPPENHEIMER
to Northwest
; /V Jacksonville daily at
SPOUTING NOTES only through one leaving 8:15p.m.. amveiCincin- CLOTHING FOR MEN AND YOUNG
Jacksonville in forenoon for nati and Louisville next SMART AND CLEVER STYLES IN MEN ,
Lima, Ohio, has formed a boxing Chicago and St Louis.
r. venin Through all-steel SKIRTS
commission, which will begin its work Montgomery Route Express k e g. Spring and Summer of 1915Men's

tonight, when Frankie Conley and Kid to St. Louis gives cars for ,Indianapolis Columbus,and toDayton Stylish Skirts in Coverts, Checks, Ga- both for
Stevens meet. A newspaper man and ; stylish Easter Suits
choice otroutes. Dixie bardines Taffetas and File Silks excellent -
Cleveland. Prompt ,
two doctors make up the city's boxing and business Our new
censorship.The Flyer to Chicago S Solid trains, steel cars. connections other values at $5.00 to $15.00 dress .purposes.
I L famous ?5r dining service,every convenience. central andina.e Wash Skirts, a beautiful line in all the styles in Kuppenheimer Clothing is the
tfSP Writf'' wire' or 'phone We will line made carefully
all-year ; us. Western best ready-to-wear ,
Newark which
cycle season at ,
newest materials and latest styles, $1.25
train rfGjr work out your schedule, secure your tickets.
opens next Sunday, will witness the citiesFOUR tailored from the smartest spring suitings
reservations and save you time and trouble to $7.50.AN .
inauguration of a French idea. A S. priced at $16.50 to $25.00.;
novelty race will be run each Sunday, H. c. BRETNEtMnorM* rue*{. Alot, lines of splendid Clothing priced
known as "The Brassard" or armlet, L&N.R.R. 134 West Bay St. (BeD ThoM 167) Jackua.m.FIa.Direct EXEMPLARY DISPLAY OF PICOther
which is the trophy the riders will at $10.00 to $18.00.
fight for. and diverse routes to the California Expositions Write for detail TURESQUE MILLINERY Also latest styles in Palm Beach Suits.

Splendid new line of Shirts Hats and
The extreme delicacy of perception and
Neckwear in all the styles.
the artistic style touch of the master de-

STEEL:I TRAINS signer are clearly defined characteristics
of these chic Easter modes. The widest THOSE NEW PUMPS AND SLIPPERS

possible latitude for the effecting of dis- FOR EASTER

WESf I distinctly different modes is afforded in We have them in White Canvas,
I THE NORTJW j the comprehensiveness of shapes, materials $2.00 to $1.00 I

and trimmings. They comprise hats In White Buck ____________$3.50 to $5.00
which are becoming to every style! of Patent, Kid and Gun Metal3.00 to $5.00;
.. - I I L"ii '.II r.lIiII I beauty; yet possess a distinctive individuality '
I itthi1 :
21 lot of Pat-
of their own, and all moderately Just received a.new
ent Pumps with new sand color

:;!! m : ,, ;g ___ priced. ____ cloth tops in latest styles at ______$.J.00 ,

1. 'b.' '. ::;g" I :L, '. ; OUR BOYS DEPARTMENT IS READY Full line ofIen's Oxfords for

M ING .;: .:" NIGHT 1 I NI HT ..::: ;j: NIGHT FOR EASTER spring just received, White can-

{l' -< ::: g: ,; ';:: We are abundantly equipped this year, vas new buck, Palm Beach, Tan,

.'{ 1,<, "",,,. ,,,::',: . .1:1 I' : 'j' ; L.. ': ..I. J(. I j::; rTfUl'j\ :J" better than ever before, to supply the Gun Metal, Kid and Patent,
I : II e r III'U' 4. wants of all mothers, and at the same I prices from ____________$3.50 to $6.00 0
II" ] I if 'fll. 1" I i '
I. :; . \ n: =
: .
Ij' Ii' :: :; J. I
1.1. I. ,r':1': } I.. 'T
; "
'..... . "fa. ..
1" . ...,, I
. ; I :. ', ,:; ).4 . r, I. rr .:.:' SPECIAL NOTICE-As we advertise that Saturday was the last day of our
I . .I L #:. :' .:.,: I 1.1' b' :'.. t. , ;11: L Great Challenge Sale we simply want you to understand that we will discontinue
'. ; .: _' I, ,t. ;. :.:l.j";. .. i" 1 I. '.:. giving the tickets for the premiums which we give away free.

_.:'1 I } ,J'" ' . . .. i.I". z.'," ., t lit II' .... :... .:'1 I .i4.;. ?' The same and even better prices than we rave during the past two weeks will

- I : '' l' ""hI >> ." ::14 I I} /d'; : 1 ;, : ::Zj prevail all during this coming week. Don't fail to avail yourself of this great opportunity -

I to purchase high-grade merchandise at the wonderfully low prices we are


7, iiT'{ t ii:I l 1-rl. .{I: ? l ,. :.dtf) rifJ I ROOF GARDEN, To-Night

f h \; d\ t ;-'tb .. Ir.0: FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW

.k ; I 'M; I" I 'f1lIm \ I

I U I 11\\ I. l Imp-Drama,.3 Reels, Matt )Moore H. HenVictor Comedy.

; Ll .: : '" I ; .,. ...... l L .. I by; D. Phillips.
I.I' '::::" -.: ''T ,-i kt.\., il I. \.\ :J ...:.. L
I r.; -; .' 7,, J i
r ..4. """ ... "ROOMS FOR RENT
I; ,, ) -
...._ .. } .. ,I,,,W I ;_ R.:...
6" t. "E- ;
...:.::.:-::.:.:.:...::.:"..:. '-- j &. --.... : }).,,). .. i'I" :1 titL -.. :

rJ .i.: mL......1mL..... ..H.. i ;1:, PI o.. r. I.'I'; :t.:':c", .. ".. .". : .A d.IJ I "
::. :;;;;;;;;::: './. ; elf t Le' .;... ';: ( ,J.'j. I il
:: .::::::::::' !1 r.JftL I {( 1\:..._ ...; i.-''':' '
1 Admission Nights 5c. and
.imgmiL"i 'W 1'1 I- =J. ; .: ::': Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. lOc.

: .. ., .. ,
; "" ( . 1ti1 ., _..
,_ ...

l, I1iIJ I ; ::1 _I @@r '11 ::1 YowellIluckwortllOrlando's CO.

.. _
_ - -

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,138West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.J. I, i Largest Store. "Quality Did It." .

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.. Oillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla j' .-1 II II II I I II I I 11I1I I IIII1I1 II 1111111 t,,, C 1 e e. H II III) ,i C , C i I I I II I I I . I ..


:-_';.:t!"" .. --0r.- .......-.,, .._ ;'___' ", --.:-- -"". ..- "''-'';'- .' -, -t_ "', r ..



:THE DAILY Paving i is a city's greatest transform- I SIDELIGHTSBy will then reply that she believes she i
er. Brick is a magician that strangely would rather live with a well behaved
South Florida SentinelMORNING converts desolate ( W. S. Branch) and half tamed lion than try to be
BRICK IS A places into beautiful happy with a beastly man who
AND WEEKLYW. IAGICIAN. boulevards. Where We have read Phil Armstrong's "A smokes, drinks beer and stays out
IL GLENN .EdiUrW. once was sand, distorted Few Remarks on Spring" in the Sunday nights.
C. ESSINGTON ......B__ Manager and crooked pathways, ambling Times-Union, and the Bingville I

Entered at the poetoffic at Orlando. Flor sidewalks, and unkempt by-ways Bugle editor's "Edytoriul on Spring," Don't overlook the want ads.
ida. a. Second ClaM MU Matter. there is now a pretty picture of carefully and have about concluded that the Palm BeachSUITS
graded parkings, groomed and Jacksonville humorist is humorouserthan .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES immaculate lawns beautiful shrub- the Bingville humorist.

Daily. 1 Year .........._............. J5.00 bery and radiant plants, neatly painted - -
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2-60 homes, and a genuine air of metro- ; Jitneys Dollars
............ vs.
Daily, 8 Months .._..... 1-25 ,
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 politanism. Paving acts as a paintbrush The Atlanta Journal says: "Mrs.
in a master's hands. One sweepof Nella Malozewski is clearing $12 aday
Weekly I Year ...................... $1.00 the paving brush and there is anew from her jitney bus which she operates F FOR SALEA
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN street-property values increase; in the shopping district of New
ADVANCETO a property owner grasps new con- York." It seems to us that Chesley
cepts of beautification; residences are lagrudersky or Minor Jonesky or
ADVERTISERS: tuilded in keeping with the splendid some one might make some money WE KNOW
Copy for display and all other hand-set appearance of the pavement; the one operating jitney busses on the brick
dTertuinr mat be handea in at the business idea is to improve and make attractive paved streets cf Orlando.
4''the .f the Sentinel not later than 2 pas.. all realty abutting on the brick -
ti. Tide rule applies
the day before publij n.
It is said that the first
to changes for contract advertising: it U thoroughfare. Speed! 3, '
Invariable and will I be strictly adhered to. paragraph Mark Twain wrote when Supt. Fons A. Hathaway is making new two-story W siI
he began his editorial duties with the marked progress in his efforts for
Subscriber should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- Virginia City Enterprise was this: more school' houses for Duval county eight room modern J
be "A beautiful sunset made Beranger a and Jacksonville. The million dollar
the; djte oT expiration: otherwise it will
continued at the regular subscription rates. poet a mother's kiss made Benjamin bonds have already been voted and and unique dwell-

Telephone until police N to.mb stop r .is...received.................. u Vest an artist, and $15 a week makesus the architects are working on the ing, with double
a journalist. Twisting the phraseology plans for eleven new school houses
TUESDAY MARCH 30, 1915. slightly it may be said that and nine additions to the present sleeping porches I iiI \
bounteous Nature gave Florida a buildings. Fons seems to be a live !
wonderful climate farsighted pioneers high voltage. wire when it comes to modern garage and
"Dixie" published at Jacksonville, in founded Orlando, and paving educational I
the last issue devoted space to an makes us a city! matters.0 butlers quarters,
article concerning o 1 of 2 Things
ONLY THE woman suffrage. In very pretty location
Jones was one of those men who Jacksonville newspapers have madea
BALLOT BOX the course of the grumble at everything and everybody.lie lot of noise because a couple recently overlooking Lake I
SEX article the writer
KNOWS married there in lion'sden.
was once attacked by inflammatory was a
says: "I know of rheumatism and was carefully Well what about itBradentown Eola. $4500.00 will r
but few women who want suffrage. nursed his wife who devoted Journal.
by was very -
this if
Most of them are satisfied to rule the to him, in spite of his faultfinding There are two things about it. Oneis "buy taken
home and allow the men to play the that inside of will
disposition. His sufferings a year they is
now a
political game. The following excerpt caused her to burst into tears sometimes )probably have a quarrel and the husband ,
from an editorial in the New as she sat by his bedside. will tell the wife that he thinkshe
York World should prove interestingto One day a friend came in and asked would have been happier if he had
Dixie: him how he was getting on. been compelled to live with the lion-
"The amiable theory that it is man'sfunction "Badly, badly!" he exclaimed; "and ess. The other thing is that the wife I
and woman's func-
to provide "
it's all wife's fault.
tion to be sheltered is a living lie, as "Is it my possible?" asked the friend,

testify.millions of Sometimes women wage-earners man provides and can in"Yes.surprise.The doctor told me that humidity DoctorsBiickiiiaster
S.C.D"olive & SonREAL
sometimes he doesn't. The woman
was bad for me, and there that
be work-
who is sheltered today may woman sits and cries, just to make it Brimdage
ing in a factory tomorrow to support moist in the room.-St. Louis Post-
herself and her children. Hunger Dispatch. OSTEOPATHS ESTATENo.
knows no sex. Want knows no sex.
Necessity knows no sex. Law knowsno o Personal instruction under Dr. Still That we have the largest stock and the
knows sex. Only Jack Johnson is going to fight Jess 3 WEST PINE STREET .
the ballot box knows sex. Willard at Havana April 5, despitethe at Kirksville, Mo. best assorted in the city. We also know

But the ballot box once knew rank.It fact that Willard killed Bull" 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Second Floor that we can"fit any sized individual up to
once knew land and primogeniture.It Young with an upper cut. National Bank. Phone 578. 48.
once knew income and money and o
family. All these paraphernalia of There are several ways in which a
All Kinds All Colors All Sizes-
privilege have been swept away and girl might attract attention, but the -
the disability of sex will follow. In street parade continues to be the favorite -
the steady sweep of democracy the method. Prices $6, $8, $10 \
time will come when the present opposition o
to woman suffrage will seem There used to be a knocker on every None
as shortsighted and senseless as the door, but now they push a but- Higher
former oppositon to manhood suffrage' ton. A push is better than a knock
now seems. any time.
Democracies always move forward. o SUMMER
That is their law of self preservation. The lover used to say to a girl: TILES
If they stand still or retrograde they "Will you be mine?" Now he says:
are lost." "Can I be yours?"
o 0

The wife of a Methodist minister in Even a brave man, when he makesa = l9r Century .?
West Virginia has been married three bluff, hopes his bluff will win peace- Magnolia AvenueI
times. Her maiden ably.
ALL BIRDS! name was Partridge, o
her first husband was Take al ook at the Board of Trade have recently purchased! the Hadley property sit-
named Robins, her second Sparrow, listo n page 2. It's growing.
the present Quail. There are now two o uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
young Robins, one Sparrow and three Luck is usually against you; it i is "
Quails in the family. One grandfather your business to beat it. This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a

was a Swan and another a Jay, but o number of bearing fruit trees.
he's dead now and a bird of paradise. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR
They live on Hawk avenue Eagle FINAL DISCHARGEIn I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
,vile and the fellow who wrote this
is a Lyre and a relative of the fam- Court of County Judge Orange feet off south end.
ily. County. State of Florida-In re Es-
e o tate of John F. Gordon. The house is in good condition and is arranged into

Fruits fall to the earth because the Notice is hereby given, to all whomit light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
earth attracts them. Bubbles in a cup may concern that on the 29th day
of tea stand around of September, A. D. 1915 I shall apply of $100.00 per month during the winter season.
ATTRACTION the sides of the cup to the Honorable' Wm. Martin,
Its a long way to Tipperary and a long
I bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
because the cup at- judge of said court, as judge of pro- ,
tracts them. The little bubbles gather bate, for my final discharge as admin- BARGAIN. way from the genuine old Beaver of by-

about the large ones because the istratrix of the estate of John F. Gor- gone days to the smart Straw Hat of to-
large bubbles attract the smaller ones. don, deceased and that at the same Cash or terms.
Why do the bubbles follow a tea- time I will present to said court my day. Its simply an evolution of fashion,
spoon? Because the spoon attracts final accounts as administratrix of that's all.
them. Why are the sides of a pond said estate, and ask for their ap-
covered with leaves while the middle proval.Dated. In a few days the rush will be on for a
is dear? Because the shore attractsthe March 29, A. D. 1915.
leaves to itself. MARY E. GORDON, summer headgear. Get ahead of time and

o 3-30-6mo. Adminstratrix. secure the hat that suits you best before

only Orlando fifty-one, a city members of 8,000 in its Deople commer-, has NOTICEOf S. Y. WAY the rush sets in.Ve have a hat for every

cial body. They must drink face, at a price for every pocket.
SLUR! embalming fluid up there. Application for Tax Deed Under
Clearwater Sun. Section 8 of Chapter 4888, IMPORTED STRAWS SOFT STRAWS
Wasn't very long ago that Powell remarked Laws of Florida Insurance and Real Estate Agent SOFT BRIM STRAWS
that if you couldn't say some-
thing good about a town not to say Notice is hereby given that Florida PANAMASSoft
anything! How many paid up, genuine Good Homes Company, of Orlando,
bona fide members of the Boardof Florida, purchaser of tax certificates PHONE 172 and Stiff
Trade has Clearwater? The Or- named below has filed said certificates -
lando Board has nearly 100 now and in my office and made applica- LEGHORNS
by May 1 will have 300. tion for tax deeds to issue in accord- Lighter and more comfortable thana
o ance with lav Said certificates em-
The last issue of the Daily Leader, brace the following described prop- Panama
Tarpon Springs was cruel enough to erty situated in Orange county, Florida -
say that the Clearwater Sun was towit: Prices from $2 to
looking unusually bright these days, Certificate No. 189, dated June 3, range
and just at the time that Willis Powell 1912: Northeast quarter of southeast $8.00Special
of push and smile fame, was at- quarter (less beg. 330 feet south of
tending the quill drivers meet in northeast corner, run south 990 feet' .
:Miami. west i'60 feet, north 990 feet east 260 -
o feet), section 14, township 21 south,
With next Sunday, the Daytona range 28 east. Assessed in the name
Journal, Hugh Sparkman's paper, wino of E. K. Enzor.Certificate Dress Goods Item
longer be issued as a daily until No. 561 dated June 3,
next fall. We shall certainly miss its 1901: 6 acres in square in southeast Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
daily visits and had we a string on corner of southeast quarter of south- ORANGE CITY
time, in this instance we'd pull it. east quarter, section 20, township 21 1000 Yards Plain and Fancy Voiles, Dolly
o south, range 28 east. Assessed in the Varden and Chene Effects, Self
You may not belong to the church, I name of Isaac Aten. Stripes and Checks, allover cords and
but the church belongs to you. So Certificate No. 513 dated June 2, PURE TABLE WATER25c
does the school the business. center- 1902: Southeast quarter of southeast diagonals.25c. .
everything that helps to make this quarter (less 6 acres in square in and 35c. values-
town a good town. Are you helpingthe southeast corner), section 20, town-
things that help you? ship 21 south, range 28 east. As- For the 3 days, _
o sessed in the name of A. A. Schenck.
There are some men who would be Certificate No. 522, dated June 6, Bottle Half Gallon 19c. yard
glad to run a garden this year, if 1898: Northeast quarter of southeast ,
their wives would permit them to cultivate quarter of northeast quarter, section
it Sundays between the hoursof 22, township 21 south, range 28 east. $2.75 Case of 12 BottlesA
10:30 and 12 in the forenoon. Assessed in the name of Mrs. N. Lov-

Orlando has more o automobiles than ell.Certificate No. 122 dated July' 6, charge of 5c for
any other city: of comparative size in 1908: South half of southwest quar- extra bottle,
the United States except that town in ter of northwest quarter, section 27,
Kansas that holds thirteen families township 21 south range 28 east. Assessed refunded when empty bottle Is DICKSON IVES CO.
and twenty-three motor vehicles. in the name of Geo. \Iarlson. .'.
o Certificate No. 218, dated June 3,
The new spring skirt models are 1912: Northeast quarter of north- returned.
said to have pockets, but married women west quarter of southwest quarter,
prefer to take their husbands section 27, township 21 south, rang
along on shopping trips and use their 28 east. Assessed in the name of CoraT. DELIVERY FREE DEPARTMENT
pockets for bundles.o. Fisher. STORE.
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed .it ..
Every season, e"enlarch., has its according *(. law, tax deeds
simple pleasures, and not a little sat- will issue thereon, on the 1st day cf
isfaction may be derived from sittingat May, A. D. 1915. I I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
the window and watching some one Witness my official signature and McELROY'S PHARMACYAgents The Store of true service, of never-falling courtesy
else beat the rugs. I seal this the 29th day of March, A. D. of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
o chandise at right prices
Meatless sausages, composed chieflyof .) B. M. ROBINSON, ,
rice, and wrapped in oil paper, are Clerk Circuit Court, Orange ORLANDO FLORIDA
made in Java. The other kind of County, Florida.
meatless sausages are made in Amer- By M. A. HOWARD, D. C.
ica. 3-30-15


-' .- -- -wI

I r I rlmton) 'urtrty I II! ,GRANDTODAY I FAVORTE Open 2 p. m. and : ;i "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" Ur

SOCIAL CALENDAR three hours' service will be from Bish- Admission 5 I IN

op Mann's work, "Comments at the tl 1 F

March 30 to April 3 Cross." Wednesday .&I .. I . II II .
Today On Monday, Tuesday and -
Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater entertains evenings, the addresses will be TODAY'S
the Junior Matrons Card Club. given by Rev. Wm. H. Graff, of Phila- Victor. J. Warren
Miss Drennen and Mrs. Grasse hon- delphia. On Saturday evening a calss Father's Son," in two a
orees of an afternoon party given by will be presented to the bishop for Sterling. "The Tale of
Miss Mary Robinson. confirmation and he will give the ad- domestic comedy.Mr. !

Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs. Good- dress.

rich, hostess. and - W. L. Story, of
Bow-Knot Club; Mrs. Rogers
Mrs. Head, hostesses. SOCIETY NOTESOF spent yesterday in !
Sorosis Club: Leaders in Art, by INTEREST.Miss ness and pleasure.
Drennen, who has ();
Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Stanley, and Miss Marguerite
Hainer. been the guest of Miss Eda Brewer, DANIEL FROHMAN When buying toilet AN OPEN FACE WATCH
Wednesday at Winter Park, will be the guest of not buy one that gives
W. M. Glenn West Church than our method of conducting business. Through
"Bachelor Girls" meet with Miss Mrs. faction. Ammen's
Vida Miller. street, before returning to her homeat presents Baby Powder, the and selling at a moderate price, we have es

Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs Big Stone Gap, Va. powder, is always ll which we prize more than any one thing. Let

Phil Slemons, hostess. -0- Giles THE FAMOUS ROMANCEOF won many users at home line of beautiful watches,diamonds, bracelets,etc.
hos- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. re- Get box at
Sans Souci Club; Miss Galey, a your
turned yesterday from Jacksonville. cents.
tess.Unity Circle: "The Ethics of Play;" Mrs. Giles had been visiting her par- THE & CO. JEWEUR&JQgtl

_discussion led by Miss Hainer. ents at Fort George. ,
Thursday Mrs. W. C. Essington yesterday en- = -,cD
Rosalind Club, afternoon party. tertained the local alumnae chapterof JI& ::
Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. Hook hostess. the National Park Seminary. A
Here and There Club. delightful afternoon was enjoyed. RAILROAD -

Friday Light refreshments were served. The
Mrs. W. C. Essington entertains for next meeting of the chapter will be TODAY PRICES"i

Mrs. Grasse and Saturday Miss Drennen. with Orange Mrs.avenue.Clarence G. Brown, North "THE LOVE ROUTE"A GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS

Entre Nous Club. -o-. is easy with our paints. Just open
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. The Ladies' Aid Society of the o' Presbyterian HINT
- church will have a business Paramount Picture in Four ONE BIG DOUBLE the can and begin with the brush,

LAST MEETINGTHE meeting at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. / w They are already mixed, and the colors -
ROUND TABLE. Owing to sickness the usual sit- Splendid Parts Extraordinary !
The Sunday evening meetings of around will be omitted. j and ingredients are of the highest
the Round Table closed for the season - THEFAMOUS } grade known to the paint trade. Get
Sunday night following a splendid ad- Mrs. Chester Goodrich wishes to
dress deliverd by Dr. Samuel C. Hood, announce that the meeting of the painted up for Easter.
on "Plant Life in Florida." The Sen- Tuesday club has been postponed until -
tinel will publish the complete ad- the afternoon of April 6th, and European Novelty
dress this week, the exact date to be that there will be no meeting todayas Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

announced later. The complete pro- had been arranged. Most Beautiful
gram for the 1915-16 season has been - i 205 S. Orange Avenue
announced and is as follows: The Young Matrons Bridge Club i HEAR "THAT Spectacular Novelty
The following program is an- will meet tomorrow afternoon with & RHAN Phone 261
nounced for the coming season of Mrs. Phil Slemons. I
1915-1916: -o-
Nov.21-Florida Plant Immigrants; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lege entertainedlast I "SHORTY'S
Mr. Samuel Hood. evening for Senator and Mrs.
Nov. 28-The Florida Tax System; George L. Shinn and Mrs Charles A. A Broncho Special
Mr. E. B. Bradley.Dec. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs Shinn departed WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
5-Care of Dependents and for their home at New Egypt, plete in two parts.

Defectives in Florida; Mrs. John N. J., last evening on the midnightA. 20 cents this before? Let the Delicatessen :Man do it.
Schnaar. C. L. train and many friends were 10 cents Something New I
Dec. 21.-Civic Importance of State at the depot to bid them farewell. Dr.I Try it. Ask About it.
r Federation of Women's dubs in Flor- and Mrs. Campbell will also depart ina "THE HAPPIER put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
ida; Mrs. A. B. Whitman.Dec. short time. three or more
19-Florida Lumber and Nav- -- AN APPRECIATION A Beauty Comedy. have a stock of good things to eat on hand
al Stores Industries; Mr. J. P. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Simmons and BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

liams. son, Mr. George Simmons, who have The Orlando Co-operative Produce POTATO SALAD
Jan. 2-The Development of Trans- been spending several weeks in Or- wishes to to the
portation Facilities in Florida; Mr. E. ,lando visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ab- public company its appreciation express of the supportit "THE WINNING J. E. NICHOLSON'S
C. Hoskins. berger, at their home on the corner received in the two weeks of
Jan. 9-Work of the Florida State I I of Church and Liberty streets, left its has existence. Its stock is fresh, of A Kalem Komedy. Phone 26 Bakery
Board of Health; to be supplied. yesterday for their home in North- the best, and constantly 'growing in
Jan. 16-Florida Trees in Forests This their fifth
ville, Mich. was sea- and it is with confi-
and Towns Mr. W. F. Nehrling.Jan. and have
; son in this city they recently dence that it solicits a constantly increasing -
Heroic in Florida DOUBLE
23- Personages purchased property and contemplate share of your patronage, and THIS BIG
Miss Eloise Robinson.Jan. .
History. 30-Conservation; of Florida building this summer. -you_ L.should:_ give's it,rf-.Hn.because.. 1n it is bus's owing FOR Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Life be sunnlied.Feb. LU LOIS company suin-iiig 111
that are enjoying
: you
6-Child Labor and Regulation -
Eleanor E.J prices on feed than formerly.Go .
in Florida; Rev. R. P. Taylor, who has served in the two blocks north of San Juan ...

Gordon. Florida Fisheries to be Orlando Fire Department for four hotel, and turn to the left, opposite
Feb. 13. ; I months, will leave this week and his IIand's ice cream factory. -
supplied.Feb.. 20-Conservation of Florida !position will be filled by K. A. Knol- Watch their ad. in the Sentinel.
:lenberg, a mechanic, who will operatethe
R. O'NEAj.
Resources; Mr. A. ,V. McKay. motor fire truck. The changewas FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM
Feb. 27-Water Supply of Florida
necessitated for this reason. The
Cities and Towns; Dr. Q. Hardy I
Clark. many friends of Mr. Taylor regret There will be no meeting of Eureka
Mar. 5-Education Extension Workin departure. Chapter Royal Arch Masons tonight. Established 1886
Florida; Mrs F. W. Stanley. I The meeting will be held on Tuesday,
Mar. 12-Florida Mineral Industries I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR April 6th.
; Mr. Joe Cheney. W. R. O'Neal, secretary.OSTEOPATHY.
Mar. 19-Florida Traditions; Dr."Walter RENT-215 South Main street; ---- _._ -
G. Pierce. pleasant furnished front room. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

Mar. 26-Florida Newspapers and 3-30-3t
Editors; Mr. J. II. Reese.
- FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur-
FOR nished or unfurnished; low rates to
THE NORTH.On permanents; close in; vacancies in DR. J. C. HOWELL LOANS -
two houses; all improvements. See and Surgeon
Thursday evening a very pleasant Osteopathic Physician
dinner party was given by Mr. owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. Kirksrtlle GraduateConsultation
and Mrs. P. S. Felter as a farewell to :3-30-lmo* Free REA.L ESTATE RENTALS
their cousin Mrs. Elnora Holbert, of ,I Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan I
Equimunk, Pa., and friends, Mr. and I FOR RENT-New furnished house HoteL
Mrs Tomkins, of the same place, who I complete; also separate flat or Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
had been spending the winter at Cler- rooms furnished; all conveniences; Orlando Fla.WOOD.
mont, Fla., and stopped over a few bath, gas, electricity. 211 East Jack-
days to see Orlando before leavingfor son street, near Methodist church.
their northern home. They were 3-30-3t
much delighted with Florida and
we may see them early next fall FOR SALE-A pair of Toledo scales;
again. They left on the excursion worth $190; will take $100 cash.
Saturday night. Address "Owner," Box 204, Orlando, For sale
- I Fla. 3-30-3tc $2.00 Per Strand


SERVICES.The services. of this week at St.Luke's FOR SALE-One work horses of in the Orlando.best deliveryor Ad- Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65 ax167. Price

Cathedral are as follows: dress "Owner," Box 204, Orlando,
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Fla.. for price. 3-30-3tc ALL TIMES

Thursday and Saturday, the Holy 450000. A bargain.
Orlando Wood YardB.
Communion, 7 a. m.; morning prayerat WANTED-An experienced married
10 evening and address at business man wants a situation
; prayer
7:30 April 15th or May 1st. Resident of W. Kingsley, Proprietor
On p.Good m. Friday, morning prayer Orlando. Member Masonic and Red PINE STREET AND R. R. -
Men orders. Must have it. Employed Telephone 344
and litany at 10 a. m., followed by
the three hours' devotions, from 12 to : now. Good reason for change. Address 930KELLYSPRINGFIELD -
3 p. m. The addresses during the 1 D. A., Box 474, city. 3-30-6t




6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS My method has paid both myself and clients well.

7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3!/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS If you are interested in Real Estate,



Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end ;

to tire troubles ,

Real Estate i


Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building



W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. ; :

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave :


. II ... .1 . . . . i. . .1. . .11 . . . '4
...rt..S..IIIIII.. = MIMMIIIMi . .... .. . ... . . ... .... .. .. ..


WANTED-Good boys about fourteen I
CUT PRICES years of age to carry paper routes. i lumber Lath andORI.AJSrDO S11ingl s
SENTINEL Must have bicycle and be familiar
with names of streets in district of ,-
TO GETREADY town to which he is appointed. Also .... o_.' -.-'>< ''I. ,
able to do good collecting. For infor-
WANTSThe mation, address or call at this office. '?:
CASH 3-24-tf

LOST-A vest pocket Kodak, in a .
black leather case, on north side of %
Morning Sentinel Want Lake Eola, Saturday morning. Finder -
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want please return to the Osceola, Magnolia -
Ad Medium in Orlando. and Robinson avenues. Reward.
Brick Road. 3-28-3t
Terms Cash in Advance.
6 Room House, close in. Easy Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
RATES Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the

Terms. For One Day ______________23t next day. 3-3-tf Cement Plaster and Perfection
For Three Days __________.j50c Royal Agatite Lime
1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Six Days ______________75c For'cleanest, clearest Kodak finish
For One Month ____________$2.50 ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
,2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of
- 25 words or less. If the ad contains BUYERS AND SELLERSI -
Seminole Park Lots more than 25 words the rate buy, sell rent, and exchange real
-- will be one cent per word for estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in over 30 years. Have handled over
terms. sertion. $20,000,000. Call and see me
If you can't bring your ad to 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 4ufttKINGAIP
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- yuren
the above. counts opened by telephone will be Take your Kodak films to' Robinson. -
payable the following day. 3-3-tf
Every Home-Every Business-
Every Man has use for a ----

W.tklns Block PHONE S04 FOR SALE DON'T WORRYIf ann SNOWDENOrlando's

FOR SALE-One] new dump cart and
FOR 90 DAYSYou harness; cheap; a very handy rig
on a farm. H. E. Hand. 3-28-6tc you are disappointedabout Largest and Cheapest
can buy
blocks side- FOR SALE-Must sell by Ford touring getting a new Eas-
stone building ,
car at once; going North; first ter Suit we can put your .
walk tile, or anything in my $200; takes the car-cash only. P. O. FURNITURE HOUSE
line at reduced. Call around Box 727. 3t* old one in good condi-

and let me surprise you on tion for just such occas-
FOR SALE-Some very fine setter
prices. ions.
pups; cheap. Address B. J. Over-
F. D. GORE, street, Lockhart, Fla. 3-26-61 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

FOR SALE-On account of other important
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. business I will sell my .
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. grocery store, stock and fixtures, situated -
on South Orange avenue. F. J. Dry Cleaning

Jones. 3-24-6t Steam Cleaning r.

FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome Pressing and Repairing
for small family; garden
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow-
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion PHONE 646
Office corner Orange Avenue and avenue. 3-7-lmo Clearance Sale

Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg. FOR SALE-Modern home; eight For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

Phone 419.FLORIDA. rooms and bath; orange trees and FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
large oak; seven minutes walk to
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, BARNARD & SON OF
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo
17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. i
I PRODUCTSThe FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold 12101mIltePhOble
at once, house of seven rooms;'
screened porch bath, trunk room,and
large closets, gas and electric lights; Gas HeatersHaving
Wakefield Preserving Company splendid location; five minutes from

of Geneva, Fla., had a display of postoffice. Cash or terms. Inquire
Owner 312 North Main. 3-18-12t
orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies

and Preserves at the County Fair FOR SALE-A good work horse;

that were admired by all who saw quite guaranteed No. 19 to East give Pine satisfaction.street, at In-A. a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-

them. Hanson's[ Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo l A esSo1v
This company now has a display in ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

our window. Be sure to see it. FOR cottage SALE, seven OR RENT rooms-Two and story bath, eCo out during the month of March at the following prices:

modern conveniences, roomy porches, is o
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

TOURISTSshould 2-23-tf $8.50 Heaters for $6.80

FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
take some of this Florida Fruit equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
home with them.CARUTHERS. Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf
4.50 Heaters for 3.60
FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright .
grand piano won by :Miss :Myrtle
& GORE Weeks in the recent contest will be 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
sold for benefit of Baptist church I
building fund. Piano may be seen

New Modern G Grocery[y at Weeks 1-13-tfc the,home 10 Washington of :Mr. and street.:Mrs. M. E. BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.

Phone 200 and tools best farm in county; variety BargainLot
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
6 and 8 East Pine St. er. 1-16-tfc

N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
before letting contract, if you are going overlooking Lake
Orlan W to build and want the best house
o.o .. as ington possible. O. Box for 195.money LPhone invested.P. 478.. Lucerne, $1.600. Must GAS DEPARTMENT

2-18-1moc be seen to be appreci-


ated. Call'CARL .....
room house. Apply 510 W.Central., --- --- ----

Sleeping Car FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. Easter Lillies '

First Car on March\ 16 Yancey.WANTED;: -An apprentice for 3-28-tfc dress- Finlej's Pioneer Paint & Wall Pa er Store

VIA East making.Robinson Call avenue.Sunday morning.3-2S-3t 208* DANN FOR EASTERGet Has a1v:ays en hand a large and well selected

stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished Finishes and Painters
Brushes, Wall Supplies.
Atlantic Coast rooms with garden; modern con- orderin
veniences. Also one detached room. your ,
Standard Railroad of the South per month. See or address C. Joyce.
103 South Division street. 3-26-6t* early I ALWAYS GLAD TOilSEE YOU AT
Open for Passengers a! 9 P, M.

FOR RENT Attractive new modern
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand bungalow, six rooms and sleeping '
porches; large grounds; completely
SaturdaysLeaving screened; in pine prove, on lake, near BOISE 67 Corner Pine and Court
Central avenue. Reasonable. Call or :
address M. C. Hunt, Rock Lake. .violet Dell Florist.
Orlando on Train 82, 3-26-6t .
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays! Fridays -I PLANT
and Saturdays.For FOR RENT-Small flat, modern: con- CARUTHERS
J. M.
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.

Agent.call on Reservations A. tC. L. Local and Tickets Ticket NICE Knox., LARGE FURNISHED ROOM 11-3-tf, & FLOWER{{ CO. Phone z)09.IOS South Lake St.M j jI I 'The' :arl et

to adults only. 409 Delaney street. jI

An 8x10 Kodak enlargement freeat
Dr. S. S. Jones
Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf FRESH AND SALT MEATS

---- - -- kinds of cut Flowers for pale.i CHIROPRACTOR ;I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

I WANTED Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations | gterything; screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
i Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easttr I
WANTED-To borrow $1,600 en 1 I 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone met pure.
property just outside city limits. Lily Plants, 2, 31 and 5 buds to a 1 209. Intelligent people everywhere I We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Address F. J., care Sentinel, Orlando. are being restored to health by chiropractic j the .
in Heat Lin
DR. L. H. RAMSDEUS i 3-2 i-3tc II plant. adjustments, the new scienceof 'I everything
OPTOMETRIST removing the cause of disease. Examination f
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE I WANTED TO TRADE nice grove PHONE 6771JACKSONVILLE free. 12- 4.1mo H. AC. Selfi & Co.
property for city property.
Ad-I Umbrellas recovered and repaired PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
I "while you wait," at Young's Repair
OPTICAL REPAIRING The want ad-'s the thing. 2021 Main St. Florida ShoVe 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc


-.- -'"' . -;R ... -. - .- . "- '- . .
: _r !;. , _.I '" :,..k. . -... _. ,r ... .-




By an Expert From the Factory of


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

Ask questions and inspect goods. ;


This 1 1-2
Pan Special I regqt Special I 2 1-2 quart
This Stew -*-* Sauce Pan Special
fj 24c 29c Sauce Pan, Regular ,
50c i ;
I I price 60c a 39c
lar Price 80c




-- --- --'-'-
---- -- -
---- -
- -- --
-- ----- --- --- -- - ---
THE LOWLY PUMPKINNew ABOUT STATE HORTICULTURAL as possible sotp at the institution and and observer being taken prisoners." GEN.: McCLELLAN'S WIDOW LEFT
SOCIETY witness the work that is being accom- $163,093 PERSONALTY ter Scott for $100; a letter from Laurence -
Consider the plished. The following information Wreck of Submarine to Be Raised Sterne in 1762 to David Gar-
Florida pump-
: I'
(From Florida Grower) will prove timely to any who may desire Honolulu, March 27.The work of New York.-According to an inventory rick, begging the loan of 20 pounds,
kin.It hidesth itself amidst the growingcorn. The Florida State Horticultural So- to stop at the school: raising the wreck of the submarineF4 j filed yesterday in West Or- for$105; twenty pages of autograph
.' ciety will meet in Tampa April 13thto "Principal Booker T. Washingtonand to the surface has been tempora- 'ange, N. Jby appraisers of the peT- | poems and ballads by Swinburne forI
It is the lowliest of all things that 16th inclusive. Prominent Tampamen Faculty of the Tuskegee Normal rily halted owing to the breaking of !!: sonal estate of the late Ellen M.Mc- I $386, and an autograph note from
members of the and Industrial Institute extend one of the cable chains attached to Thackeray for $126.
in the fields. who are society you a i I Clellan, widow of Gen. George B. Mc- I
The farmer spurntth it and or who are connected with the civic cordial invitation to visit the Institute the diver. A relief ship bearing new Clellan and mother of ex-Mayor: Mc- Yesterday's sale closed Part IV. of
the small proud boy laugheth it to scorn. bodies of the city, met in Tampa this during your stay in the South. cables left here shortly before three Clellan of New York, now of Princeton the library, the total for three days
The wise man of the agricultural. week to consider ways and means of "The school is located forty miles o'clock this afternoon for the scene of University, she left $163,093.Mrs. having been $10,054. The four parts
college lectureth not upon it. Never entertaining the society, and it is east of Montgomery, Alabama, and the accident and it is expected that McClellan died in Paris sev- have brought $37,875. Two additional .
has it caused a car shortage.The planned to have the best gatheringand one hundred and thirty-six miles from the new lines will be made fast in a eral weeks ago without making a will. parts are to be sold.
bugs devoureth it not and the the best pleased one that ever got Atlanta, Georgia. It is five miles few hours. Her son and daughter are the only
beetles and tree worms and the together since the society was founded. from the main line of the Western of The work of rescue will be contin- heirs. Prof. McClellan has been made Don't fail to read the big circularsof
moths and the weevils and the mighty It is expected that a great part Alabama, and Southern railways, the ued without cessation throughout the administrator and he with J. Joseph H. Kanner's Easter Sale. 3-26-41. .
host that preyeth upon the haughtycorn of the entertainment will be intellectual direct line from New Orleans to New night, and barring further accidentit Quinn and C. P. Walter Crowell, of
and wheat and the spuds, giveit and instructive; will be along the York. The school is reached from is believed that the ill-fated diver Newark, made the inventory.
the go-by. lines of what the society? was foundedfor Chehaw on the main line by the Tus- will be brought to the surface by Practically all the personalty consists EFFECTS OF COLORS ON VARIOUS -
Behold it is the goat of the vegetable and will not introduce too muchof kegee railroad and cars come to the morning. of bonds and mortgages and COMPLEXIONSLight
kingdom. the social feature that it will inter- Institute grounds. There are three Practically all hope that Lieutenantede j railroad stock. The other assets are
Yet there cometh a day when the fere with the regular program. trains each day from Montgomeryand or any of his crew are alive has $500 rent due, $759 cash in bank, and blue makes blond complexionslook
-wife of the husbandman cutteth the For instance, it is expected that the Atlanta. The evening train pass- been abandoned. $100 in personal effects. ashen. .
pumpkin into golden squares and boil- film showing the possible introductionof ing Chehaw carries through Pullman I Dark blue sets off a blond complexion -
:eth in the syrup of the sugar cane pests into this state will be shown, accommodations to Washington, Phil- NAVAL OFFICIALS WORRIED in high relief by supplying a suit-
,and addeth thereunto sweet spices, together with illustrations of the adelphia and New York. OVER TARDINESS OF I 3 NAPOLEON LETTERS $660 able background.Blue .
even cinnamon and cloves. and work now being done to eradicate the "Ample and comfortable accommo- SEARCH FOR F-4 is unbecoming to a brunette,
yea ginger. citrus canker. Some of the big ma- dations will be provided by the schoolto Washington, March 27.-Navy department New York. -Three letters writtenby unless her cheeks be florid. If she be
And lot! A miracle is wrought.She chinery manufacturing companies will those who may care to stop for an officials are concerned over' the Emperor Napoleon brought sallow it makes her face look tawny.
bringeth forth from the oven demonstrate their machines by mov- inspection of the work." the press dispatches from Honolulu $660 yesterday at the Adrian H. Jo- Green has the same effect as blue
the pumpkin pie, and the odor thereof ing pictures and many scenes will be which seem to indicate that needless I line library sale, in'the Anderson auction upon brunettes, but makes the cheeksof
is sweeter than the breezes from shown relating to the industry of EVERYTHING IS QUIET, SAYS delay has been shown by the authori- rooms. a fair face look pinker.
Cutch. I farming and fruit growing. PARIS; GERMAN: AEROPLANE"' ties in the search for the F-4, and a I One, written in July, 1812, told on Red heightens the effect of pale
And the husbandman and the small BROUGHT DOWN'" question< may be made to determine if a single page of his intention to give brunette beauty.
boy and the hired man falleth downin AX INVITATION TO VISIT INSTITUTION ,I this is correct. News and official dis- battle; the second, relating to Italian ;, Yellow is highly becoming to a pale
adoration and watereth at the Paris, March .-Tonight's official I patches sent early in the evening reported alliances, was written when he occu brunette, especially in artificial light.It .
'mouth.. statement says: j that the submarine had been pied Milan, and the third was ad- softens an olive skin and gives it
For it is a morsel fit for kings and Charles H. Fearing, a representative "The day has been quiet along the I located and a message sent from the dressed to the minister of war, asking ,i a creamy tint.
princes.We of the Tuskegee Normal and In- whole front, the enemy manifestingno 1! Pearl Harbor naval station stated him to forward to France artillery -
know it. So do you. dustrial Institute, at Tuskegee, Ala., activity whatsoever."The that a dredge was carrying powerful I' taken in the campaign in Han- i| Don't miss H. Kanner's Easter
is in Orlando in the interests of that German aeroplane which I cranes. This, however, did not arrive over. ; Sale commencing Saturday, March.27.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! of all kinds. institution. He is desirous of having dropped a bomb near Manonviller has on the scene until early this George D. Smith bought the three, .
Go to II. Kanner's Easter Sale.3-26-4t t as many returning winter tourists been brought down by us, the pilot morning. i i also autograph material of Sir Wal- New Goods at sacrifice prices. 3-26-4

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I 'I'.JlltiOI.I..II..I..I. . . . . . . . . .11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

the investors 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.


:SE:: E :SE N EDIOT.; : : ' Fresidsnt

Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples] National BankORLANDO

Total Responsibility:

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00MMMttMMMiM -

Surplus ___________$25,000.00 '.

... . . . . i j .4 lr . ... 1"8IG'ID'i JI" I'l"I""I".1"14"'I" q.I' 4"'I'I""I"8""I'I"'f.



Miss Carstensen of Columbus 0.,
spent yesterday in Orlando visiting
Mrs. II. Carl Dann. 77//S 'PRUDENT

--' -. Judge G. S. Engle and Miss Giant, MANPUTNSfRSTSAVNGSLATHE
\::/ I. ---t,.J i who have spent the past month in Orlando -
\I IIi '"' 1 at 308 North Main street,start- ::
j ..
-._= ed for their home in Winchester-In&,
= -
yesterday afternoon.Mr. BANK
e ,
Vgg&tB 4 N K.ygj& n
-- fcf -r" Wm. House who has been (
fc -
:: spending several weeks in Orlando ad. s "
5? P' with Mrs. House and the little ones, f Y
l lnllJ! left yesterday afternoon fob Atlanta
Ga., to look afterb usiness matters.

)' Mr. F. L. Corwin Florida freight
I agent of the Central of Georgia Railway -
.oJ 0
) I company with headquarters in -- ro -orb i qeZ
- Jacksonville, spent yesterday in Orlando -
interviewing the shippers.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. D. Burch, who f1 rz0! t
have been spending the season in Orlando -
guests at Oak Lodge on Jackson -
street l left yesterday afternoonfor .
their home in Coidwater, Mich.

"DOES HE BANK HIS MONEY" Mr. E. S. Hammel, a former prosperous 1,_.; ,. rJ
newspaper man, is in Orlando / .rf. 1Fr
from Asbury Park, N. J., in the interest .
That's the first question hard headed employersof of the Osborne Calendar com- '......;.'1'. :I:
v.,:, -1." I,
men ask now-a-days. Heedless spending fore- pany.> \'.. ,
L :
Transients registering at the San ,
casts a bad ending. It's the young man who saves
Juan hotel yesterday include W. D. :OJltr:
that gets the job! Self denial gives a man first Richey, Ocala; W. S. Lyons Boston; :; V
I t. R. Tomlin, Plant City, and J. H.
trial. Do you want to be first-or last Are you Jurcher, Rochester Philadelphia. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

going to and win?
save Jir. and Mrs. Claude R. Butcher, of
iushnell, 111., who have been spendingthe EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?+
winter in Orlando with apartments -
Fla. were
The State Bank of Orlando on among
those leaving yesterday for their YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN 4 PER CENT. IN-
home in the North.


Sentinel to his that home he in expects Ocoee to and soon desires return TAKE AN INTEREST IIN THE AFFAIRS OF EVERY CUS-

the paper sent to him there, insteadof TOMER.
Whittier where he has been teach-
ing "the young idea how to shoot."

Miss: Clara Phillips, of Sanford, Peoples National Bank"IT
who has been visiting her friend Mrs.
H. E. Hester, retuned home yesterday
afternoon. She was accompanied on "
her return to the Celery City by Mrs.
Hester[ who will visit relatives and
friends for a few days.

-- -- -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gray of
Huntington, Va., who a"e. making_ _a
tour of Florida, arrived in Orlando -
yesterday afternoon and expect to
Coekiag spend a week or two in this section i I"IIIIIIIIIII"II.H MtitltMIIIIIMMMIMMIMMMMIIMMMMillltMt ,.
looking over the country adjacent to .
Shouldn't Cook this city.

Mr. W. D. Galpin, one of Orlando's Fisk
the Cook Eby poular pioneer winter visitors, left 1 i New Prices
yesterday for his home in Chicago.Mr. .
Getting dinner ready Galpin has been coming to Or-
i lando for twenty-four years and always -
in July is just as com- makes his home at the Summerlin At New Low Prices
fortable as in November -

-if use a Mrs. M. C. Hunt, who was called Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
you home a few weeks ago on account ofa
FLORENCE OIL death in her family, will return to- ..
day from Indianapolis, Ind., accompa- Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

COOK STOVE. "The Turning Point in Oil Stove History" nied by her sister, Mrs. J. F. Mayer. 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
They will spend some time at Mrs. A
The heat goes into the FLORENCEOil Hunt's cottage on Rock lake. 30 x 3V& ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

cooking not into the 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85
Mr. R. II. Hopkins, who has been ;
kitchen. It does Cook Stoveswork spending the season at 312 East 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00
your Church street, will leave today for 36 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20
x 41/2
N. Y. wher he will remain
well and reliably, Herkimer ,
"Lock for the Lever"Summer
- - until fall when he will return to Or- 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
and keeps you com- lando, as has been his usual custom
fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan for several years. If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. ?

coal Mr. Levi Risinger of Eaton Ohio, '
a stove. is in the city spending a week with Station. All
his friend Mr. C. D. Rose, and broth- We Have a
four burners hot
can keep one or at an intensely er-in-law, Rev. Crisler. Mr. Risingerhas

or merely simmering flame. visited Orlando upon numerous A
occasions and has many friends who Adjustments Made Here.
are pleased to see him again.Mr. .
Come in and let us show you how these Florence

Automatic Stoves work how simple and reliable. and Mrs. Robert E. Kale and ,
daughter, Miss Lina, of Lynn, Mass., ; *
No Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once who have been several weeks in Or-

started, each burner will keep going at the same have lando,been have making returned this city home.their They win- '; San Juan Garage Company ji

power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY. ter headquarters for several years i'.I
and have many friends here who will
look forward to their return next fall ;

SAFE '.. . . . . . . . . . . .. - 'IIIIII.
Mr. Edward A. Ross, who with his
parents resided in this city twenty- -
Read adv. in Post -
Saturday Evening
.. odd years ago dropped in to renew
his acquaintance with the news man 4,.
See it operating in our window. on the Sentinel. "Ed." attended the
Orlando high school and passed pa-
pers on the Daily, he is now travelingfor

Oscar Hand & SOl:L company the Howard Baltimore.Drug and Medicine r-

:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Foster left Or-
lando :yesterday afternoon for San
WEST PINE ST. Antonio,Texas, where they will spend
some time. A large number of Mrs
Foster's friends fathered at the At-
lantic Coast station: to bid them bon
IIMIIMIiMtlMIIIMIiliiMtltMMMMMMIiMtl 1 4 voyage, among them being eighteen THE SAVINGS CENTER j t
Rebekahs, in which organization Mrs
Foster has been a guiding spirit.
SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE
Give Your Wife a Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Mead and sis-
ter, Miss May G. DeVine, who have INVESTMENTS, in the long run are
been spending the season at their
winter home on the corner of Magnolia placed where earning power combines with
Good Watchand and Concord avenues will leave I,
tomorrow for Glens Falls. N. Y.. I GREATEST SAFETY. '. ;
where they wil spend the summer.
During their absence from Orlando That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING I '. i ,
see how it will harmonize the workings of your they will keep in touch with the happenings .

household. Sentinel.Mr. in Orange. county by readingthe DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER fj 7

Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a dec- and Mrs. T. C. Banks, of At- + OF FLORIDA.
talla, Ala., who have been visiting "
orative piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand points of interest in the southern part 4 per cent paid on Saving
of the state arrived in Orlando )-es-
laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our teiday afternoon to visit their old ,
friends, Col. and Mrs. T. J. Watkins.
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera Mr Barks is looking over this sec- a ytjjflz
tion with a view of selecting a good
practical useful mechanism ;your wife will appreciateand place to build a winter home, and we
feel qUite sure that this city is the
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or ideal soot

Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold

filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up C. VATER I Or1allo Bank & Trll t L '


I make a specialty in fine watch !
T. H. EVANSJEWELER repairing, All grades American, f

Swiss, English watches; also Jew- Incurs No Obligation."
elry and Spectacles, expert in this
line. All repairs guarauteed.

Opp. Post Office; Pine Street

i .f. 9f

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs