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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00522
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S.D ISP A TCHES SHARP NOTE TO BRITAIN ;






AIN SUMMONS RECRUITS 1914 CLASS





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7AL f FRO\11\IADRID ACTIVE OF NEUTRAL-DESPITE LAYING OF FIRST WIFE IN FRENZY MURDERS KISSES HUSBAND BODYGeorgia ; VillA m MILLER! TO





HAS SENT G. B. NOTE BRICK ISHISTORY -

Wife Pumps Five Bul- WHEN SHE HE FIRED LEFT FIVE HIS OFFICE.BULLETS ROPON[ ANOTHER 4 ATTACK

ikes Issue With Britain lets From 38 Revolver Into
FROM A 38 REVOLVER, ALL OF

Doctrine of "Goods Husband's Heart-Then Fell WHICII TOOK EFFECT.DR. .

'der" and "Enemy Upon Body, Embracing and SHEFFIELD WAS DEAD

WHEN HIS BODY HIT THE PAVEMENT ON MATAMORAS TODAY
Destination"March It.BLAKELY
AT 6 O'CLOCK THIS MORN- Kissing AND AS HE FELL TilE WOMAN -

IN A HYSTERICAL FRENZY
30.-An official de- ING FIRST BRICK LAID GA., MARCH 30.-BECAUSE I '
been issued which has sum- FELL UPON THE BODY EMBRACING -

om the colonies all remainits ON COUNTY ROADS OF HER HUSBAND'S POP- AND KISSING IT. Brief Bulletins VILLA TO BRING UP :MORE
of the 1914 class. I
ULARITY WITH HIS WOMEN PATIENTS THE MURDER CREATED A
Dato, at the palace council MUNITIONS FOR USE
there was no question of WORK STARTS ON CONWAY ROAD MRS. T. E. SHEFFIELD, GREAT SENSATION. Ticked Off Wire
IK Spanish neutrality or of THE WIFE OF DOCTOR SHEFFIELD THE SHEFFIELDS ARE AMONG OF OFFENSIVE

ffensive measures against A LEADING PHYSICIAN THE MOST PROMINENT FAMILIES -

ut the that coast it defenses.was necessary to From Now on Work of Laying OF THIS CITY, LAY IN WAIT FOR IN THIS SECTION OF GEOR- At Late HourWILL 1,000 PERSONS FACE STARVATION

Brick on Orange County HIM TODAY AND OPENED FIRE GIA.C.CJILLSTAGETEN1916.

Paris Statement ---- - --
- -- - LIFE F-" BY PONTOON
March 30.The French war Highways Starts in :METHOD: Mexico City Is in Sad Plight-

its midnight statement to- Earnest CITY COUNCIL MEETINGYESTERDAY N G ] Washington, March 30.-Officer
Obregon Took All Locomotives
riewing the day's operations i Moore who is in charge of the rais- -

attle front, contains little History was to have been made this I ing of the F-4 at Honolulu, reportedto With Him When
the
importance as day was
the this after-
with artillery fighting and morning at 6 o'clock. The first brickin T GOLF TOURNAMENTS navy department
noon that equipment from the Honolulu He Left
the fifty miles of brick highwaysfor
1 infantry attacks which the station arrived tonight to raise
Orange county was to have been I
.aim favorable to them.
were
the vessel and that he is
now making Washington, March 30.-Advices to
ist important fighting duringwas : formally laid at the south end of the
in the Argonnes, whereis Conway road.A LIENS WILL BE LEVIED ON CLUB WILL HAVE 3 CHAL- arrangements tolife her by the pon- the Villa agency here are to the effect
'I trip to the Conway store yesterday toon method. that Villa will bring another attack
still in progress without considerable BOONE AND CONCORD LENGE GOLF TOURNAMENTS The official dispatch of Officer Matamoras tomorrow. TIle state
eciable result on either side. afternoon displayed upon
i progress. For a distance of nearly STREETS AT ONCE I Moore follows: department dispatches say that Villais
Sends Note to Britain one-half mile the road bed has been "Lieutenant C. E. Smith commanding only waiting for his artillery.
>
division the
the first submarine of
Villa has southward toward
has
igton, March 30.-Secretary graded curbing been installed Petition Received From Prop- Adequate Transportation Facil- Pacific flotilla located the { gone
torpedo ,
mounted the of and beginning today brick will be laid : Torreon to reorganize the force that
: tonight reply
ed States to Great Britain's rapidly. The distance from the Con- erty Owners on Magnolia ities Planned for NextSeasonFive F-4, and we moved her some distancein is to be sent against Tampico and

, council had been dispatched way store to Orlando is nearly five Avenue in Regard to Sum- shore. Vera Cruz after the fall of lIatamorase \ -
miles and it is expected that the com- "The lifting hawser soon parted.
PavingThe mer DancesA The submarine is
evidently water-
ji.ote asks Great Britain for plete road will be bricked in a little
logged. Our equipment being too :Mexico: in Sad State
.
more than a month if favorable
oration of the terms of the weather conditions endure. city council met yesterday afternoon special meeting of the stockholders light to raise her we are making arrangements Washington, March 30.-One thou-
id makes a stronger presen- and discussed some important and associate members of the Or- to life her yb pontoon.We .
facts as to trade of the The laying of the first brick which I sand persons are on the verge of star-
was to have occurred this morning at matters. Liens were ordered at once lando Country Club was held last still have a line on the submarineand vation in Mexico City while in Toluca
States with than neutral contained and un- the time noted means that the first to be filed on Concord avenue and evening at the San Juan hotel and a hold on her good location. She only five miles distant there are tons
i ports was step in laying a network of brickedhighwa's Boone street between Church and much important business was dis- is at a depth of 45 fathoms." of food unavailable because the state
ecember note. of this govern- for Orange county has com- Jackson streets. All other liens will cussed that will have a great deal to I department can not get cooperativeaction
Earl Grey.overnment menced. The $600,000 bond issue will be filed after fifteen days from the do with the future prosperity of the BULGARIA HOLDS UP SHIPMENTOF :: between the factions in Mexico
: takes issue with time the bill is rendered. organization.One GERMAN:: ARTILLERY
tritain the provide for more than fifty miles of Citv and outside.
doctrine of
rder" on destina- such roads. The paving assessments for Main result of the meeting was the Geneva via Paris, March 30.-Dispatches I The Brazilian minister at Mexico
and
.d "enemy At Pine Castle another busy scene street from Church street to Lucerne assurance that adequate transportation received here from Sofia state I City telegraphed the state depart-
it declared will
it not ac-
that was manifested. North and south of Circle were ordered drawn.A facilities would be afforded the that Bulgaria is holding up shipments. ment today that international
roposition goods sent to petition was received from public next season in going to and of German artillery and large quanti-
1 from which that town brick is being hauled daliy, prop- i I i committee had purchased 300,000 pesos -
port they might
the hands of the and the roads are being graded. It erty owners on Magnolia avenue requesting from the club. Some sort of a bus ties of ammunition destined for Con- I I worth of food stored at Toluca

",t seizure and there enemy is a cen-are will not be long until work is startedin that paving be recommencedon I' line will be placed at the public dis- stantinople. and that hunger conditions remained
that street. The council will fin- posal at nominal cost. German officers traveling to
aration in the note for free- both directions from Pine Castle. a Many about the same at the capital.
.rade between neutrals. ish paving that street as soon as It was agreed that ten golf tourna- and from Turkey, some of them :. Officials of the department say that
WESTERN UNION MEN AT ST. funds are available.' The text of the ments would be given this year begin- wounded, are awaiting passports at. the deplorable condition is clearly due
LOUIS VOTE TO GO OUT petition from Magnolia avenue prop- ning in May. A new committee was Sofia to enter Austria. to the failure of the negotiations un-
Minute Please! ON A STRIKE erty owners follows: created, the tournament and handicap dertaken by the state departmentwith
"Orlando, Fla., March 29, 1915. committee consisting of Messrs. II. SUNKEN SUBMARINE F-4 MOVED Carranza and Minister Palafox

St. Louis, March 30.-One hundredand "To the Honorable City Council of Carl Dann Louis Dolive and J. D. 300 FEET TOWARD SHORE of Zapata's cabinet.

Starbird, county commission- twenty-five telegraphers, presentand Orlando. Barnes, the latter being chairman.The Washington, March 30.-Submarine The last statements to the depart
"Gentlemen-We. the undersigned club will also take three sunk the entrance to Honolulu
red to Orlando yesterday former employes of the Western up F-4 at ment were that these officials would
of North Magnoliaavenue challenge golf tournaments with the harbor had been moved 300 feet
opka. Union here, have unanimously votedto property owners agree to let food get in.
- strike, according to Sylvester J. for the following reasons re- Tampa club, and a suitable trophy shoreward at 3 o'clock this morning, The report of the Brazilian minis-
$10,000 in city taxes are yet Konenkamp, international presidentof spectfully petition your honorable will be awarded the winner. Tampa according to a message received to- ter shows that the negotiations collapsed -
the Commercial Telegraphers'Union. body to continue the brick paving on will be invited to Orlando for the first .day by Secretary Daniels from the or that at best they have

- William Blackman, commis- Magnolia avenue from Amelia avenueto tournament which will be a big gala ;commander of the first submarine di never gone any further than sugges-

Griffin departs today with sioner of conciliation of the federal Robinson avenue, as originally day affair. vision. The message gave no details. tions.

ffin and children to Tallahas- labor department, is on the way hereto planned. As you of course know, you I There will bean all day outing and The belief of the department is that
legislature will be in sessions act as mediator, in response to a have only paved from Amelia northto general enjoyable time filled with BRITISH WARSHIP IS HIT Obregon when he evacuated Mexico
days. request made to Secretary Wilson by Colonial Drive a distance of only unique features of entertainment. Constantinople via London, March City, carried away with him all loco-
-0t the union. two blocks, and you left this street There will be five dances this summer .-An official statement issued to- motives and cars and that he has not

: Ragsdale was fined $5 for The strike vote was taken on the and are now paving some other part beginning at the expiration of the day by the war office says: been willing; to send any of them backto
in police court yesterday. I demand of about forty operators recently of the city. Those of us who own regular club dances which come to.a "One of our seaplanes has dropped{ Mexico City.ROSSMORE.
-0.1 discharged by the Western property abutting on the two blocks close next month.DIERGEXCY bombs on a British warship cruising
of 2185.45 will be paid to Union. The operators claim they paved feel that it is a hardship on us outside the Dardanelles."

indo Water and Light com- were discharged because their mem- to have to pay our pro rata for pav- HOME HAS QUARTERS -
ril 1, for service for the first bership in the union had become ing and receive no enhanced value of LISTEN FOLKS! RINALDI IS INN IS SOLD
of 1915. 1502.95 is for known. Officers of the telegraph our property from the fact that the -SOME":: FISHERMAN
;625 for hydrant service, andor company deny that union men are being street is left in an unfinished condi- An emergency home, as proposedfor

sprinkling. I. discriminated against tion. We understand from the daily Orlando by the American Rescue II. Clyde Rinadi, who'd rather catcha The Browns Dispose of Interestin

--0-- papers that you contemplate paving Workers, is meeting with considerable whopping big fish than turn out the
rth run from Lake Davis has West: Church street next. We feel and gratifying success. Yester- book he Windermere Hotel to
I biggest printed although
ARE GREATLY PLEASED WITH operates -
aned. that this is not fair to from the suitable
ORLANDOMr. us, day quarters were secured at a printing plant for a livin- Cleveland PeopleAllYear
-0"lestern fact, as you well know. West Church 17 Gould street and the rental is con- is kingpin fisherman hereabouts to
Union and the Postal street is mostly inhabited by colored sidered nominal. The W. C. T. U. at Round HotelMr.
companies will not handle and Mrs Benj. F. Green and people and a class of people who are Apopka has decided to equip one of day.Why?

1son-Willard fight by rounds. Mr. II. M. Little, who have been not financially able to pay their pro the rooms there and there are prom- Well, Mr. Rinaldi came in late and Mrs W. S. Brown, who
itinel will carry the usual spending the winter in Orlando, with rata for paving when it is done. On ises from other organizations that an terday from a fishing trip to the lakes yes- have made the new hotel, RossmoreInn

rvice however. rooms at the Michigan Moorings left the other hand, we do not know a sin- an additional room will be equipped. north of Tampa, with fifty pounds of at Windermere, an attractive resort -
the
-county :yesterday morning over Atlantic gle property owner on the unpaved There will be a public meeting at the black bass and one of his catch for winter tourists as well as a
Coast Line for their homes in New
commissioners will meet part of Magnolia who is not well able Lucerne theatre Tuesday afternoon weighed twelve and one-half pounds. delightful outing place for Orlandoand
ek. Hampshire. Mr. Green is an extensive to pay his pro rata of paving as soon after the matinee performance at So that there could be no "sniffing"by other nearby towns, have sold
- lumber dealer, cutitng several as the work is finished. Knowing which time plans for furthering the other but their interest in the Inn to Dr. and
expert jealous anglers
million feet each
police circles were quiet yes- year. They were these facts as we do and being anx- cause will be discussed. Ministers and Mr. Rinaldi sought a Times man and Mrs J. A. Thompson, of Cleveland.
except Chief Smith who was very much pleased with Orlando and ious to have the paving finished on business men will be present. Mrs.B. the Times man weighed it on a pairof Dr. and Mrs. Thompson will keep
on his regular quarterly re- are planning to make this city their Magnolia at an early date, instead of Beacham has kindly donated the steelyards that has done duty in the hotel open the year round and

permanent headquartersLUCKY using the money collected from paving use of the Lucerne theatre for this the family ever since the stork made during their stay there this summer

-aSperry the two blocks mentioned on Magnolia meeting.IS its first trip to the newspaperman'ssome expect to make many improvements,
",* picks several quarts BOYS to pave through the Negro set- thirteen years ago, and is as such as beautifying the grounds and
berries each morning beforeit. tlement, we request and urge that you THIS APRIL FOOL WEATHER? correct as a pair of steelyards oughtto adding new attractions to the house,
Eric Lind, Claude Hall, and Hugh use this money to further the pavingof be. while the lake front will be clearedof

-0- David were the lucky fishermen when Magnolia avenue. Florida: Rain Wednesday; colderin This isn't a mere fish story it is weeds and made a safe and de-
;
:Board of Trade teams are they pulled 102 speckled perch and "Yours respectfully north portion, with a cold wave at the truth. We wait with all faith and lightful bathing place for the summer
hard. Three hundred mem- trout out of a small lake near town (Signed) "A. Y. Fuller Charles night in northwest. Thursday prob- calmness the stories of other big bass visitors. .
"
)Iay 1 is not an idle uastime. in very little over an hour. Cut shin- Tiedtke, Wm. M. Lege. Geo. A. Spross, ably fair except rain in extreme caught in Florida. No doubt many who have been

_u joined yet? Be a self start- ers were the attractive bait used. I* II. Gedge Mrs. J. K. Martin, Pliny south; colder in central and east portions Meanwhile we name Clyde Rinaldi spending a part of the warmer

Norcross, Peter E. Pa'.en Hiram I ; frost Thursday morning in champion.-Tampa Times. months on the East Coast will take

-0atkins SELLING NATIONALSMr. fowling F. W. Stanley, Chauncey I north and central portions, probably Mr. Rinaldi is an old Orlandoiteand advantage of this pleasant spot rather
\ expects to have the Holt Geo. M. Mead. I heavy in north portion. a brother of Mrs Josiah Ferris.) than make a longer trip from
'fn in his block completed in L. B. Fort has returned froma - home, for here the big waves of Lake
ays. trip to Jacksonville in the interestof SPHALER HIGHLY PLEASEDMr. Butler roll in and boating and fishingcan

- the San Juan Garage. He has just i Chicago Capitalists Purchase be enjoyed the same as on a

against being fooled in theo sold one of those large gray National D. B. Sphaler., farmer and fruitgrower larger body of water. Channels will

touring cars to a party in Daytona, of Winter Home, was in Or- be opened connecting the seven lakes,
- and another will go to Tampa. Acres Of Land Near TaftA lando yesterday attending a business thus making it possible for a trip by
match in
a waste 18,000
ay paperat i meeting of the Taft drainage commissioners boat into the Kissimmee river.
the McEwan sanitarium WILL BUILD RESIDENCEMr. Mr. Sphaler is ouite elated Mr. and Mrs Brown leave today
ly caused the $6.000 motork for Cleveland where they will
his in the frost open
over success proof
: to make its third speedythe J. H. Lockett, who has just number of Chicago capitalists, will be made their experimental district of Big Sand lake and invited the Rossmore Inn at that city. They

year. completed several plastering contractsin after spending several weeks in Flor- farms. On these farms tests of soil several of his friends to come down maintain a hotel in the Ohio city un-
-0ev Orlando is here for a few davs be- ida will be made and various crops will and see his gardens that show no der the same name as the one at Win
members joined the Board fore going to Leesburg to complete a looking over various tracts of be tried out so that they may know to signs of frost. The melons and cukes dermere. It will be opened May 1.

: yesterday. home for one of that city's wealthy land, finally decided upon Orange a certainty what crops the soil is best from this lake region will probably I The many friends of Mr. and Mrs

PEAK AT TOURIST HEAD- citizens.-Ocala Star. county as a locality full of promise. adapted to. One of the first crops to be the first in the market and will Brown regret their departure.

Acting on this decision they pur- be tried on a large scale is Natal command good prices.
TOMORROW
JARTERS
BERNHARDT TO AID WOUNDED chased a tract of 18,000 acres of land grass. WINTER RESIDENT DIES AT

lying between Taft and Sand lake After have determined ALTAMONTECol.
they these TO ARRIVE APRIL 1Mr.
Seeley will speak at the Paris.-Mme. Sarah Bernhardt has owned D. B.
by Sphaler, B. Beacham, questions to their satisfaction they
Rooms Thursday afternoon at telegraphed to Pierre Loti promising and the McKoy Land company. The will offer their forty acre tracts for W. W. Williams, of Orlando, Edward Gebhard one of the
in the
his work
k on New publicish her support in a theatrical performance new purchasers are wealthy men and sale and give the purchaser the bene- who is in the employ of Chase & most widely known and highly esteemed -
schools in and
Jersey, which the author is organizing intend making vast improvements fit of these winter residents of Altamonte
,
ines of The on xperiments. Company at Mims, on the East Coast,
true
patriotism. for the
. of the schools and purpose of supplying clothesto this tract and then offer it for sale Orange county has thousands of will be in Orlando about April 1 to died there yesterday morning at 5:30
public the
chools also the wounded. in forty acre tracts.It acres of undeveloped lands that can I j spend a few days with his family. o'clock, aged 76 years. The remainswere
f Daughters or is the purpose of the company to be made very productive by intelli- j From here he will go Merritt's prepared for shipment by Un-
the and Sis-
)the Confederacy, Everything in Easter cards and have cleared and put in cultivation at gent handling. These men are going t}Island where Chase & Company have dertaker Hand and were taken last
vited parish schools are espe- booklets that is worth having. Curtis once several large tracts in different about the task in an intelligent man- :i another house and coftsidzrabki I I night to his old home in New York
to attend. I& O'Neal, Orange avenue. localities on this large tract and these ner. grapefruit to dispose of. 'I city for interment.

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NEWS FROM PETROGRAD WHERE THE SOUTlt BEGINS GERMANS SUFFER NAVAL LOSS- review of the operations 1Ler-

A Fine Sweet Pipe ES IN BALTIC SEA man submarines are saidf5 iVe suffered
Petrograd.-Rosy reports of conditions Down where welcome is never strong considerably while a number of
in Russia are constantly finding Down where welcome is never transports loaded with supplies have
Petrograd.-Severe naval losses
for is the Wellington. With it, can be sure stronger
been
you you destroyed.
their way abroad. One would almost have been inflicted the German
Than when the glad hand is upon
of cool sweet, dry smoke. You wont have the clasp '
a naval
units in the Baltic
the
believe on reading these stories by given the stranger sea by .
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington dean and correspondents of English birth and Down where the smile dwells a little Russians, according to a semi-official Get the news in the Sentinel frst.I .
tractable. Saliva cant get to the fire to boil and longer-
pro-British prejudices, that Russia is
splutter. / That's where the South begins.
better off now than in peace time! I
This is a shameful mistake. The war Down where the roses bloom all

burdens are bitter hard on the lower winter SPECIFY
classes in the empire. Misery is wide- And the water sparkles a little bit
brighter,
spread.It And the bonds of home are a wee bit
is true that the prohibition of tighter- DEAN'SWhen

is made on the correct pipe principle. It won'tfoul the use of vodka has done somethingto That's Down where where the the South skies begins. trifle
and it cant dog. Come on in and pick the alleviate the situation. But the effects bluer, are a

shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. are not as great as has been Down where friendship's a trifle the doctor asks where to have your Prescriptions
25c 35c 50c. up. heralded abroad. What would be truer.
called "blind tigers" in the United And hope and faith and love endure-
Made In That's where the South begins.
Look them over at the America States are springing up like mush-

rooms. Their specialty is "tchantchi," Down where a velvet breeze is blow- filled.IT'S

said to be an imitation of a drink by ing, SAFETY SUREto
the Chinese. It is much Where there is music in every wave
GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE more potent wave flowing
than brandy or vodka. And the golden fruit is ever grow-
---- Everywhere one hears complaintsabout ingThat's have
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-- ---------- a graduated druggist prepare your medicine.
the rising prices of the neces- where the South begins.

OUR MOTTO : saries of life. Speculators are blamed, Down where the South is now awaking -
of course. In addition the taxes are .
almost beyond endurance and hit the And fortunes are in the making.
Small Profits and Quick Returns. peasants especially hard. And there's more of giving and less

The use of horse flesh for food is There of is where taking-the South begins. City Drug StoreJ.
Just received, a carload of Cotton Seed Meal and increasing. The government has reduced -
Hulls, which we will sell at a specially low cash figure the freight charges on horse Where there's more of laughing and

Tuesday Wednesday, if taken from the car, thereby flesh, recognizing that it is now the : less of sighing, L. DEAN Ph.G. Orlando, Fla.
And of and less of
more giving buy-
saving us the of storing them.
expense food of the very poor. ing,
In the Polish provinces conditionsare And "you all" make friends without
THE CO-OPEUATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. half
infinitely worse than in the inte- tryingThat's -
where the South begins.
U DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 rior. The most alarming reports -Charles R. Boostrom.St. .
come from the small towns where Paul, Minn. GOES
JONES JUST THE SAME
dire poverty prevails. There is a lack FLASHES .
of coal, due to the German occupationof

the mines of Jaglebie. This has Some sowings of wold oats come to
necessitated the closing down of factories maturity before their owners are pre-
EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4THWe
has and industrial establishmentsand pared to harvest--the oIn --crop.
consequently impoverished
Father Noah's day the "floating My bus line which has been for fourteen
are showing a beautiful line of Easter hundreds of thousands of Polish population" was comparatively small serving you
workingmen. In Warsaw fuel is so -eight persons all told. Query: months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
. Cards Booklets Folders and other suitable What was it "they all told?"
. articles : high that four-fifths of the inhab- time it has.
... -- same always
for gifts.Reasonable. itants go without it. Candles have The man who was caught hugginga
prices Post taken hte place of kerosene lamps.Of delusion embraced another opportu- TIME TABLE
on everything. all classes the Jews are suffer- nity, and got away with it.

Cards one cent each. ing most. They are subject to -- .
prog- Query: If West street runs south,
Bus Leaving Orlando in Front 01! Evans The Jeweler.
in the
roms in addition
as past to and South street runs east what
w. s. BRANCH, their other troubles, and many have makes a "cake walk?"

been put to death.CHRISTIANITY. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD .
The Arcade Book and Music Store The classified advertising depart- Read Down Read Up
ment of today's issue contains some
AND WAR advertisements that interest -
special you. Read them over may and see. Aol\I.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. Aol\l. P. l\1.P.! 11.I .


(Agnes Repplier in the Atlantic) Get the news in the Sentinel first. Orlando 6:30110.15 3:00 9.30 I.3 1 6.00
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Christianity and war have walked Ocoee 730 11.15 4:00 8.3c 12.3 5.00
together down the centuries. How Winter Garden \ 8.1512015
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND I 7:45I I:3o 4.30 4.45
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could it be otherwise? We have to Oakland .
FOR 8:001--: 4:30 8.00-- 4-30
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reckon with humanity, and humanityis -

not made over every hundred years.

SHEET METAL CO. Science has multiplied instruments of

destruction, but the heart of the sol- Bargain Hunters.. The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
dier is the same. It is an anachronism ss

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos this human heart, just as war is Orlando, Florida Pocono !Manor Pa ,
an anachronism, but it still beats.

and Rubber Roofings Nothing sacred and dear could have J. W. HURLEY
survived upon the earth had men not

Cornices Skylights.Beating Ventilating Metal Ceilings fought for their women, their homes, 21/i acres fine truck land MANAGERHammond
their individual honor, and their national -

life. And while men stay men, on good street, fenced, i.Iu. _
Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO they must give up their lives when I .
the hour strikes. How shall they be- nearly all cleared, small ,

lieve that, dying on the frontiers of building price $750, half
their invaded countries, or at the &Qore
-- -------- gates of their besieged towns they cash, balance to suit.

: sin against the law of Christ? Also a group of 3 fine II
Heroism is good for the soul, and FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EUBAUIERS. I .
building lots on East Cen-
,
it bears as much practical fruit as --= "--- -

The Orlando Meat MarketT. lawmaking. It goes further in mould- tral Avenue, near my resi- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
ing and developing the stuff of whicha

A. YANCY. Manager great nation is made. "There is a dence. Improved by walks, COMPARE

flower of honor, there is flower of
a
trees nice fence, etc.
shade ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice chivalry, there is a flower of religion.' OUR FURNITUREWe
Sa Sainte-Beuve equips the spirit of Price low to party who will I I

Florida and Western Meats man; and the soldier, no less than the
civilian, cherishes this three-fold build. provide the quality of furaiture-that has long

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. bloom. Because he "lives dangerously been accepted by knowing filrnftare buyers as the
atandand of merit. If an artrclets here it is good.
Special Attention to Hotel and'Out of Town Orders ," he feels the need of God. Be- It tfttuldry ;"be here were it otherwise. We ca .'t make
cause his life is forfeit, there is about this point too clear-.it is one of the foundat on stones

/ Business 135 'P. O. BOX zz6 him the dignity of sacrifice. I of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
PHONES I
\Residence |133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

NEW TANK INSTALLEDA DR. A. J. TAYLOR, McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,

new shallow flush tank has been PHONE 696
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
installed in Oak street under the
supervision -
W e sell onlY East Central Avenue I.
+ tI' of Commissioner Robertson.The 905 I J

T Pure. covering to the tank is eight feet .

Dru square and about six inches thick,:
( C strongly' reinforced. It was heavily
jji reinforced because it lies almost directly 1

in front of the fire house and

the heavy new motor fire truck will Pure Ice Crea.m

fl. have to pass over it in going to and

from the station.

..1itam + .
New York city is about to discard I

its old flag and have a new design. When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make ,.
h Considering the fact that Orlando is CREAM call for HAND'S. If
many fancy varieties, in all
I2I 19i8 also considering a new design for an
don't believe that take
we
you flavors and .
official pennant the following extract special moulds.the
from a New York paper will be of interest greatest care in its manu'Ve make our Ice Cream from
EASTER LI L LIES
RL and watch
facture us
: come up
tubercular tested cows. All
The art commission's committee make it. You will be surprised RABBITS
favors the substitution of a flag which cans moulds and everythingused
r \' shall fitly symbolize the city's origin, at the care every detail is given.
used in the manufacture of our EGGS
: "containing the colors orange white, kind you want, any time
and blue,
in
l arranged perpendicular Ice Cream is
+li i F t bars of equal dimensions (the blue you want it. In any quantity thoroughly sterilPIS7AClIIO BRICKS
being nearest to the flagstaff), bearing from ized.
the seal of the city in blue on the a quart up. BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4
middle, or white, bar, the colors to You are cordially invited to
I f conform as nearly as possible to those COLORS
of the flag of the United Netherlands inspect our factory at any
: in use in 1626." The blue is indigo
pure time. In fact anything you want.
and the orange the authentic I
You want to be SURE your prescriptions be filled right. Dutch shade. From a historic pointof
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the view, the argument of the committee -
is
unassailable. Judged from
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. artistic point of view the flag they an
Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not favor will be better than the one of HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
allow it.You. dubious origin the city now uses. If
there is any other view to be consid-
can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store.
ered, it will doubtless find
ample expression -
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. in the discussions
the
posed change of the flag is bound pro-to PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
:MERUK'R: PFCARMACYTHE provoke and these discussions can not

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tain attractiveness because in these
1ETIPPED1IANU twenty lost years she had never for-
. gotten her baby.In .
the crowds that swarmed the
. restaurant she had looked for the .
young girl, who, she thought, might '
be her Kate. Hope was ever in her
, BY 0. R. LANDO breast. It made her heavy work light .
and eased the pain in her back and
i
caused the dull and aching eyes to .
[ erence between Mrs. bowl of mush and then the shadows glow with a strange heavenly fire- .
and Mrs. Peter * How happy Maggie when she thought she saw Kate. It
barring nationality to see the light of the morning, was always this way. On the streets, :
-J blocks. Maggie all day she waited for the sun, in the alleys, on the cars, in the vast .
years old and for the husband who never came. throngs of shoppers she had looked % irrza
slapped the same The days grew in number and in and looked for a pair of blue eyes, :f
es by the hook nosed though the summer solstice and golden hair, and a tiny birthmark ,
the hour glass and long passed. Kate was five below the left ear. She was positivethat
And they| were both mothers, old, and the gray north and some day before her eyes closed .
of only a, few days, when this west wind heralded the approach in the long sleep that she would meet r.I :
opens. winter. Maggie was doing piece her lost baby grown into splendid wo THE BIG STORE
Mr. and Mrs. Peter von and thinking. She had never manhood.One .
schmidt had been married some political economy but she afternoon at Saylor's restaur- 'L
and lived in a big, brown stone that it required $14 a month to ant when it had emptied itself of -
sion on Society Row, in summer and $22 in winter, and most of its patrons the scrubwomen
Canary Island grass and was advancing in price. And she entered and commenced their work. 'F\\ Exclusive Easter Noveltiesin
with iron rabbits and envious it whispered that the owner of Maggie placed her bucket of water
Possessed of several millions of tenement house was going to raise near the front window on the avenue Women's Attire
round "ladies" which some day rents. Her health was good but and flooded the tile floor, save for a
expected to bequeath to colleges her back ached and she fell sick small space around a table where Everyone of these sections throughout this house is
now
spectacled missionaries and became worried, and Kate was three well dressed and handsome
it had not been their intention to owing older. If she should lose her young women were lunching and a ,. ..4 filled to completeness with large and comprehensive collectionof
Mr. Everbizz E. Stork disobeyed and health and work would I laughing. Maggie was careful not to Easter Merchandise. For several months our buying or-
ders and a baby girl was ushered baby pirl be properly cared for? spill any water near this table, approaching ganization has been busily engaged in placing immense orders
the twenty room mansion. thousand questions burned her it slowly on her knees,
I + and selecting from the production of the most noted designers,
Following a three days holding a large, wet moprag. t
of and Two of the ladies the rarest most exclusive the most charming novelties
which a regiment nurses : As her deft fingers sewed and as young were and
sicians participated, the ministered to Kate these five dressed in white while the third worea that it has ever been posible for us to secure.It .
baby's spirit fled and Mrs. von I smart gray and black suit and large
since the balance had tipped is brilliant collection such will
a representative, as
schmidt was left an invalid. black hat. All three carried bunchesof
I e had made a resolve. It was j: \ make this store widely recognized style center of
Peter, big hearted Peter, sat by a blind resolve-it had been roses and pasteboard boxes. They + more as a
bedside of Gretchen, holding : in her simple brain all had been "tagging" all day. the greatest consequence, not only among the residents of Or-
dainty hand, and, though no word and autumn, and was hasten- "How" much money have you got, lando and vicinity, but by the many hundreds of visitors who
spoken, they felt the dear asked one of the young ladiesin
by the dread knowledge of
the twenty celled, stone walled ap- white. come to our city each year.
winter for it
was now
and wished. But they realized "Oh, about $14, Kitty, all told. ,
What clear, blue had
others know, that twenty eyes Most of the men came across, greatone -
dollars invested in mining stock, and what wonderful soft skin old duffer, down on Jackson bou- : 10 d TYPES OF THE BEST FAVORED VOGUES IN WOMEN'S
golden hair! The glory of her
,
rnent houses and five-twenties levard, gave me a whole dollar-said
not produce a little child to lead made Maggie act. he didn't mind helping a good cause TAILORED SUITS
And through the long days A policeman had his beat many like the Sunset orphanage-" '
continued to wish and sad below Maggie's window and as "Wasn't that fine of him, dear!" ? Such is the character of the styles and the extensivenessof
Peter tried to comfort Gretchen, watched his huge form from her "You know it, Kitty-this old duffer i: the displays of tailored Suits in this section, at all times of
formed into
idea itself
gesting that Fate's threads an wouldn't flower and ,
accept a
weave themselves in such a Yes, at dusk, that evening, wouldn't let me pin a tag on him-" the year, but especially just at present, that to them must be
on Life's loom as to replace. would act! She sat at the win- Maggie raised her eyes to the pret- \ attributed a very considerable portion of prestige of this storeas
which had been snatched from and with a blunt pencil wrote a ty speaker. She dropped her moprag an authoratative source of the world's latest and best fash-
Twenty city blocks north, from I on a scrap of wrapping pa- and rested on her knees, her eyes line
in Silk
ions. We are showing a splendid Poplins, Pongee,
'-. She pinned this note to her
ciety Row, in the section \\ wide with amazement and incredulity, ,
Hell's Half Acre, Peter von Kate, wrapped the baby in her lips dry and parted. The young Gabendine, Wool Poplins and Palm Beach, and all moderately
schmidt owned a five-story old underskirt, and felt her way I lady had golden hair and below her priced.
house of twenty rooms, and on the creaking stairs. ,left ear, partially concealed by curls,
fifth floor, and back, Patrick She passed 'Bruner's saloon-shef was a birthmark, about the size of a
thy and his wife, Margaret, : she saw Patrick and the lump finger nail. THE MASTER THOUGHT OF LEADING DESIGNERS OF
The $5 per month that Pat paid her throat tightened. She sped The young girl was still speaking:
F these two rooms kept the iron to the big policeman standing "-but he said if he could help out WOMEN'S: COSTUMES'A
bits on the von Kleinschmidt I the street. Ryan was blowing his poor orphans he would be-"
painted, and looking foxy. but stopped short when the "Why, dear," interrupted her com- thorough inclusive research among all the leading de-
Destitute, friendless, and pressed a bundle into his panion, "look at that horrid scrub- and very critical selections have brought to this section -
this two room perch with one woman staring at you. Of all the ill .
and the billed it's 7 not only the largest but the most magnificient represen-
no panes, long "Why, a baby, gasped Officer manners! .
,longer legged Basket Carrier The girl with the black hat turneda tation of exclusive modes we have ever displayed in any pre-

wanted. He obeyed orders, "Yes." said Maggie, shivering a pair of astonished blue eyes upon vious season. Materials of Taffeta, Crepe Metiers, Crepe de
blue-eyed baby girl was of cold air struck her, "I was the humble scrubwoman. There wasa Chine and Silk Poplins in all the wanted shades, priced at
the five flights of rickety stairs, at the corner waiting for the steady look for several moments,
Maggie became a mother. when a woman, a few minutes one of deep emotion, the other of con- $18.00 to $27.50.
When the baby was three days : stepped up to me and asked me scious sensitiveness to the blemish
Maggie began to feel better. hold this a minute while she below her ear. Then a radiant, gor- the
time which is
OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT SHOWINGALL important, gladden
her marriage to Pat, freight :; into the hallway to arrange geous smile came to the blushing face ,
at the Erie yards, this rag dress, and-well, she never came of the handsome young girl. She THE NEWEST STYLES hearts of the youngsters.
plaster broken, sadly furnished will take the ?" Norfolks and Plain Suits with patch
: you baby turned to the table, selected a rose of
with its dingy kitchen-annex to "Why, lady, er-what's your rare beauty and tossed it to the kneel- Wash Waists in Lawns, Linen, Dimities, pockets, all sizes in serges, Scotch tweeds
rear, had been her home, and ?" ing woman saying in a soft voice that Voiles, Batiste, Plain and Figured Japs and
loved this sheltering perch in ".liss Jessie Johnson, 3110 Park made Maggie's heart glow: "Here' Tub Silks. and crashes. Also a splendid line of Wash

rookery. She loved it more, now ." my poor woman, is a rose for you." Also a beautiful line of Crepe de Chines,' Suits in all the late styles.
the baby lay close to her. As Officer Ryan looked at the bun- The luncheon was finished and the
Maggie lived like thousands of wails Maggie disappeared in young lady taggers left the restaur- : Georgette Crepes, Chiffon, Laces, Nets and
other poor women, and she was throng of people. The baby was ant and stepped into an electric coupe. Novelty Silks.SMART NEW STYLES IN KUPPENHEIMER
ny! But on this third day to police headquarters and this As the girl with the black hat was CLOTHING FOR MEN AND YOUNG
her bed room far above the was found pinned to the baby's turning the car around, Kitty said: ,
AND CLEVER STYLES IN
blings of the street she was not : "Why, Kate Kleinschmidt' "ou ought I MEN
actly sure of this happiness.One "I not kare for I SKIRTS
can my baby Kate. to have called that ill mannered woman and Summer of 1915lIen's
thing made her unhappy.with"t some friend raise her. Her birth !" Spring
was a blemish on her baby-a alright. A sad mother." "Oh," was the sweet reply, "that Stylish Skirts in Coverts, Checks, Ga-
birthmark, just below the lobe bardines Taffetas and File Silks excel- stylish Easter Suits, both for
The waif was taken to the Sunset was the rose the old duffer on Jack- ,
left ear and about the size of a son boulevard wouldn't take!" lent values at $5.00 to $15.00 dress and business purposes. Our new

had nail.been The called Italian into woman consultation next That night on the fifth floor of the Wash Skirts, a beautiful line in all the styles in Kuppenheimer Clothing is the

she had told Maggie that the was sobbing tenement at house her bedside a wo: BUYERS AND SELLERSI newest materials and latest styles, $1.25to best ready-to-wear line made, carefully

mark would gradually grow -my girl-my .baby-pray for buy, sell rent and exchange real :, $7.50.AN tailored from the smartest spring suitings,
and finally disappear. "Still," !" estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla, priced at $16.50 to $25.00.

gie kept consoling herself, "with The old man with the hook nose : over 30 years. Have handled over : EXEMPLARY DISPLAY OF PIC- Other lines of splendid Clothipg pricedat
ful hairdressing in the future it hour glass and sighs murdered $20,000,000. Call and see me. '
be hidden, almost entirely." years. Patrick had stabbed a 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. TURESQUE BEAUTY IN EASTER $10.00 to $18.00.
And then Maggie laughed, lau in a drunken brawl and was MILLINERYThe Also latest styles in Palm Beach Suits.

to herself in this dark his time in the state peniten- CONTRACTORR. : extreme delicacy of perception and Splendid new line of Shirts, Hats and
crowning the Acre, laughed until .
N. SEYMOUR is the to I Neckwear in all the latest
man see styles.
sunshine of her soul and Maggie had moved from the Klein- before letting contract, if you are go- : the artistic style touch of the master designer -
merged with the sun's rays as tenement house. She was ing to build and want the best house are clearly defined characteristicsof
pierced the room from the rag one of many scrubwomen at Say- possible for money invested.P. these chic Easter modes. The widest THOSE NEW PUMPS AND SLIPPERS
Yes the
last
window.
at sun restaurant. While the restaur-
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
possible latitude for the effecting of dis- FOR EASTERWe
come to the sill of the paneless was partially empty, usually j 2-18-lmoc
dow and gilded' the miserable four o'clock in the afternoon, i I distinctly different modes is afforded in have them in White Canvas
room with wholesome light. scrubwomen entered and with. the comprehensiveness of shapes, mater- ,
An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
rods in immaculately clad s and cleaning powder and $2.00 to $4.00In
hands flitted about the room scrubbed the tile floor. Mag- I I at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf ials and trimmings. They comprise hats White Buck ____________$3.50 to $5.00
danced around the bed. hands were red and puffed and which are becoming to every style of Patent, Kid and Gun Metal3.00 to $5.00
As a thirsty flower yearns for ; her shoulders, once plump :I Daily reading of Sentinel ads is beauty, yet possess a distinctive individu-
quenching rain so Maggie round, were bent. sure profit. Don't pass that part of ality of their own, and all moderately Just received a new lot of Pat-
waited and peep for into the the sun window to circle above the i Her face was wrinkled and had lost.1 the paper by. priced. ent Pumps with new sand color;

ragged row of smoky, drab r cloth tops in latest styles at ______$4.00
prison walled tenement houses OUR
BOYS
DEPARTMENT IS READY
yond. The sun had been her THE Full line of Men's Oxfords for
and doctor in all these never FOR EASTERWe spring just received, White can-

days. And as the great orb of are abundantly equipped this year, vas new buck, Palm Beach, Tan,

robed dropped in into its spotless the''shadowy sheen gulf of PERU PANAMA HAT CO. better than ever before, to supply the Gun Metal, Kid and Patent,

hind the horizon Maggie would wants of all mothers, and at the same prices from ____________$3.50 to $6.00
the coming of Patrick with .
courage and fresher faith.

At last Pat came. HAVE YOU COMPARED YOUR NUMBERS? Look them over and come in and
"Oh, Patsy, I'"eburst ARE IN ORLANDOAt get your premium.
Maggie's expectant lips, and then

as lie grabbed suddenly.lurched the outstretched towards Pat had been the hand bed, Merck's\ Pharmacy, 21 S. Orange AvenueOver 5781 5126 9928 2950 1642 1039 11698 6012 7003 5000 :

it roughly, and the aching body 3636 3929 4160 3001 10896
the torture of a thousand 2265 6326 9626 7928 10254
tissues. A sob escaped her as 8460
11325
her."Well stood unsteadily looking down 8885 4811 4054

flag, an' how's th'
Ain't youse goin' to ever git
hey?" His voice was harsh. ROOF GARDEN ToNightFOUR

"Why, Patsy dear, you know"Yeah ,
I know. Kids. Th'
ol' song." But that don't buy REELS AT EVERY SHOW
supper. :
Patrick lurched to the only' Powers Drama, Ayers.
the room and Mag held the Bison Drama, 2 Reels, Marie Walcamp,
closer. For the first time in Wm. Clifford."A MATTER OF PARENTAGE"
months paroxysms of fear and I
seized her. Pat had never acted
this. She was afraid. She half "THE LOST LEDGE" L-K Comedy."IN .
from the bed and with a pitiful
peal in her blue eyes AND OUT OF SOCIETY"
"Oh, Patsy, tell me what's the
tell "
-
"Aw, they lays fifty of us off twelve bales of genuine Panama Hats are being sold by: Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights 5c. and lOco !

damned ol Erie-I' might" ; importers at $1.75, $2.75 and up. Direct receivers in the
knowed. Aw, the luck of me.
With a curse Patrick shuffled rough, fresh and natural. Thirty-eight; days from Ecuador and

door. lie stopped, for a South America.
a cry from Maggie made the
room echo. Our reputation is well known from the Atlantic to the Pa- Towell-Duckwortli Co.
For an instant one of ten
.
Small profits and quick sales make .
destinies hung in the balance! our success. Each
on this side and-tragedy, a is built by the Spanish process to satisfy the individual taste

on happiness the other side and- each lady and gentleman. Buy from the importer and savemiddleman's Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."

Patrick left, and Maggie's profits.
left red tear drops upon the
pillow. The Italian woman came If You Buy Your Hat Elsewhere, We Both Lose. .. . . 'IIIIIIIIII" '
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;THE DAILY It was Misther Dooley I who first said I I LETTERS TO THE SENTINELWe SPRING COMES TO KENTUCKYMOUNTAINS ".
for publication that he could never I -
South Florida Sentinel love the woman 'i desire herewith to express our Our proficient town marshal' W. W. 3
SUCCESS AND who could lick grateful appreciation of your kind- Jenkins, has begun his spring clean-
MORNING AND WEEKLY SIZE IN WIVES. him. No doubt at ness in so liberally supporting with of the town by posting notices to
W. M. GLENN .....................Edits at the time he your time and space our minstrel or- up the effect that all persons owning
W. C. ESSINGTON ."....Ba ana Hanmrcr considered this a popular sentiment ganization which appeared in
your hogs shall take and keep them up off
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida but that was before social workers city on the 17th instant, and which the streets.-Mountain Eagle. EASTER WEEK ! ;
as Second Class Mail Hatter. had unearthed the many apparent represented one phase of the Univer- 1
contradictions in human nature to be sitv activity.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES found where it flourishes in its pris- The tour while not a financial success Today, tomorrow and every day this week the
Daily. 1 Year ..................... $5.00 tine glory. Now he is being confronted proved a source of much pleasure thoughts of a big majority of styleappreciativewomen
Dail)'. 6 Months............. ........ 2-60 with the discovery made in his to the members of this club and will be centered Easter .
.. .. on Apparel.
... .
1.25
Daily.Daily. 1 3 Month Months....................... .60 own native city of Chicago, that the it is very gratifying to the Univer- It is an acknowledged pleasure when you make
big, powerful wife is the one least sity to know how kindly the citizensof selections at this store. Not only the '
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $-00 likely to be deserted.It your city feel toward their state FOR SALEA stocks your displayed so conveniently and attractively are
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN may be true of course that the institution.We but each particular fabric, each ready-to-wear !
ADVANCETO big woman in securing a mate must trust that this organizationmay garment, each dainty creation Millinery art or
ADVERTISERS: possess rather extraordinary attrac- have the pleasure of a return dress accessory bears the mark of exclusivenessand
tions to offset the menace of her size trip next year. individuality and also STYLE SUPREMACY.IS .
Copy for display and all other handset and that this accounts for her marital Again thanking you, we beg to remain -
advertising must be handea in at the Ita ana success. Dooley might impress Hen- IT WISE TO SHOP ELSEWHERE ?
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. nessey with such an argument; he Yours very truly,
to the changes day before f.r publication.contract advertising This ml:applies it is can not persuade the rest of us. Forit UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA,
lBT rUble and will be strictly adhered to. seems much more likely that the tie K. II. Graham Auditor. '.
which binds in this case is the whole- new two-story .
Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- some respect which thorough punish- EASTER LILY BELLSOh eight room modern Millinery
ment instils in the masculine bosom.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates. There may even be greater truth, as fragrant Easter lily bells and unique dwell- A
until notice to stop is received. well alliteration, in this department representative -
Telephone Nomb ...................... 24 aphrase as more of the old proverb: A husband par-- O'er Once valley more your green mystic and woodland music swells deep, I: ing, with double : of absolutely -

WEDNESDAY MARCH 31. 191;). a dog and a hickory tree the To wake the blossoms where they I sleeping porches the latest
r _
i very
more you beat 'em the better they be. sleen.A --
-New York Tribune. wild bird sings on leafless tree, modern garage and f, ; *. in vogue. The newest
the most blessed,
Of all gifts of nature o
:Made I
happy by minstrelsy
,
rich and beautiful is springtime. It Florida has been spending in the past As thus you lightly your bend and sway butlers quarters, styles, the latest
is full of fancies, sug- almost nothing in attempting to keep A garland for this Easter day. shapes, the most
SPRING IS tions, dream seeds. new diseases and very pretty location

HERE. is that which makes MUST STOP insect pests from Oh, fragrant Easter lily bells, overlooking Lake charming colorings
flowers. The red rose is DISEASES AND gaining entrance in exhibition.
Your wondrous strain the story tells k are on
a drop of its blood. The Easter lily INSECT PESTS. the state. California Of angel guard, of riven tomb Eola. $4500.00 will I tf1 k
is the
is its smile. The heliotrope on the other
As round His altars fair bloom
sweetest of its breath. The violet, a hand, spends large sums for this work.A Your buds like loving cups you that bringTo buy this if taken An extra -
hidden whisper of blue under a green recently published from Cali-
report
all a draught of comforting.A .
leaf. Trees are its fountainplay.All . fornia shows that one county alone censor, chime and chalice meet- now, it is a bargain.
vines, bushes and leaf-tangles are (Los Angeles) spent during the past You bloom this Easter day to greet. Display
veils of it. bridal veils of earth wed- year $30,426.51 in inspection work. -Ruth Raymond Orlando Fla.
ded to sky. It is power. Apprehensions San Bernardino county spent $12- This Week.
morbidities premonitions and 155.49. The total expenditure in Don't overlook the want ads.
all leaden gloom melts from the inner county inspection work in California I
sky, the mind becomes a daisied amounted last year to $180,623.13. !
meadow, with larks singing. Let it The agricultural interests of Floridaare
fill thy famished eyes, brain, soul. asking for $35,000 annually to DoctorsBuckiimskr
Let thv flesh feel it, thy bones warm conduct similar work here. Considering S. G. Dolive& SonREAL
with it, thy blood leap beneath it, thy the great importance of the fruit, & Brimte HosieryMaybe
soul drink faith from it! vegetable and farm crops to the state
o there should not be a legislator to oppose OSTEOPATIIS it's a small item generally, but a mighty
"BHlie" Langford, former editor of the appropriation.o ESTATENo. big one when it comes to completing the "tout
News has severed Personal instruction ensemble" for Easter Sunday. We feature exclusively -
the Arcadia Daily I o under Dr. Still
his connection with the slogan "Swat the Fly" has awak- at Kirksville, Mo. 3 WEST PINE STREET
RESIGNS:; paper. :Mr. Langford will ened universal interest in the fly problem "THE GORDON"" THE PHOENIX"
represent DeSoto countyin and therefore has served 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Second Floor THE KAYSER" "EVER WEAR"
the legislature. Editor Jones who FLIES. an excellent purpose. How- National Bank. Phone 578. Full Range in Each Make.
mounts the tripod on this sprightly ever, it must be generally
periodical says the policy of the understood that the one way to cope SPECIAL FOR EASTER WEEK-
News will remain the same, with pos- with the evil is to eliminate the breed- Gordon Silk Hose-In 25: colors and Black
sibly one exception, the retiring jour- ing place, and this can only be done and White.
nalist was "agin" woman's suffrage.o by exercising thorough cleanliness.
o I Regular $1.00 Pair, for Easter Week, 89c.

With Russia knocking at the back "Consider the lilies of the field how
door and the allies rapping at the they grow; they toil not neither do II
front door, and Roumania, Greece, they spin: and yet I say unto Parasols i
Bulgaria and Italy peeking in the LILIES. you, that Solomoo in all his

windows, it will not be a long time glory was not arrayed like No costume is complete with out a Parasol or
until the Sick Man of Europe will one of these.-Matthew 6:28. I an "En Tout Cas. Our purchases for the coming
hear the racket and say, "Come on in, o season were the largest we have ever made. We
boys, and have a bit of Turkey a la Przemysl, Port Arthur, Plevna- have an enormous assortment, comprising the
Sultan." three signposts in Russian military very latest shapes and combination colorings for
o history. both ladies and children.
Vera Cruz is a city of unconscious o Magnolia AvenueI
humor. It has just celebrated the Nearly all journals in the United Prices range from $1.00 to $10.00.
second anniversary of the Plan of States are getting the Pastor Russell
Guadalupe. Most Mexican patriotsdo habit. have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
what that is. Those who o
not know RibbonsRibbons
do know are not going to let it stand Shirt sleeve weather has arrived. uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
them and their ambitions.- o
between New York Sun. THE WAY OF THE GODSI This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a will be in demand for the coming sea-
son. For Sashes for Hat Trimmings, for Lingerieand
o number of bearing fruit trees.I .
yearned with all heartA a host of other purposes.Ve have doubledour
Turkey has no great reputation as my
a fighting nation. During her cam- little boon to grasp, will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof stock for the coming season. Every capricecan
paign against Russia in 1877, she And straightway then the haughty be met. New Moires new Dresdens new
placed 752,000 men in the field. At godswithheld feet off south end. Taffetas, new Gros Grains, new Satins new
the end of the war the disorganized it from my clasp.I Chameleon Stripes and Figures. They're all here.
The house is in condition and is into
remnant of the Turkish army num- good arranged SPECIAL FOR EASTER-100 bolts Plain and
bered 120,000 men.o cast from my desires light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income Fancy Ribbons; 4 to 6 inches. Worth 35 and
The gift men wanted sore, 45 cents. ,
The fishing industry of the Bospho- And straightway then the humbled' of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I Easter Week, 19c.Gloves .
rus is worth 250,000 pounds to Tur gods
key. Along the Mediterranean coast Gave more and more and more. bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
she obtains excellent sponges the -McLandburgh Wilson. BARGAIN.
lied Sea yields mother-of-pearl, and I

the Persian gulf pearls.o PATRIOTISM ALERT Cash or terms. ;

It is as natural to dream at nightas Knicker-Has Jones written any Will put the finishing touch to the Easter Costume ;
it is to think in the daytime, but war stuff? and only the best makes will suffice, nothing -- ;
one can avoid disturbing dreams by Bocker Well he has typed "now is more deplorable than an ill-fitting glove. We
eating a light supper and then refraining the time for all good men to come to carry only the best makes, and we fit all Glovesto
from any mental excitement the aid of their country." insure perfection of fit.

before going to bed.o All round money getters-want ads. In Kid Gloves. Dent's Kayser. Short and Long.

The Saturday Evening Independent, S.Y.WAYInsurance Prices from $1.50 to $3.50In

published at St. Petersburg by LewB. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Silk Gloves, Kayser and Luken. None better -
Brown contains 28 pages of the made.
livest news matter in the world, and WANTED-An apprentice for dress-
Brother Brown and staff are to -be making. Call Sunday morning, 208 and Real Estate Agent Prices, 50c., 98c., $1.25 and $1.50In

congratulated.We East Robinson avenue. 3-28-3t Cotton and Chamois Gloves Kayser and .
o Luken.
are saving the Saturday editionof WANTED-To buy automobile in Prices 25c. and 50c.
the St. Petersburg Independent.It's good condition on reasonable terms. PHONE 172 ,
the warmest thing we've struckup Address D. care Sentinel. 3-31-61
with since hitting the state. The
headlines are enough-"Powell, Liar ANTED-Horse for the summer,
and Cur." for its keep. Can give best refer-
o ence. Address Horse, care Sentinel. as w +K_
A Petrograd, Fla., municipal judge 3-31-3tc Neckwear '; .'
has Dlaced five juvenile gamblers on ;
parole. Methods in Russia and St. WANTED BOARDERS-At; 623 W.
Pete are along the same lines-one Church street with private family; In Organdie in 1-
little sweeping decree after another. everything neat and clean. Board and sheer :Marquisette, in ,
o room $5 per week. 3-31-6t Brussels Net in Dainty i t
Some of our valued exchanges are -
now engaged in telling their readers WANTED-By middle aged man, I Lawn, in allover
that Florida is a good state to live in comfortable room for summer; private Lace in Chiffon, in
any time of the year. We've known family; price about $2 per week; 1 Lisse and in Silk '"
that for forty-seven years. references given. Address Roomer, Crepe-that's our
o Sentinel. 3-31-3t
John A. Turner is head of the care range. In all the new-
ORANGE CITY
Tampa Rotarians, succeeding J. T. RESURRECTION FERNS in cork- est styles. We receive
Mahoney. It is some honor to be wood pots-an Easter suggestionat shipments twice a
Chief Rote of that fence busting or- the Barlow Gift Shop, No. 7 Ar- week.
ganization in Tampa Town.C. cade. 3-31-lt PURE TABLE WATER25c

O. Codrington o of the DeLand FOR SALE-1915 Ford touring car; Prices, 25c, 35c, 75c
News, is worthy of the honor con- fine condition; extra equipment. H.
ferred upon him by the Florida Press G. Jackson R. F. D. 2. Phone 1024 $1.00 to $2.50DICKSON
Association. lie will make an able 4 rings. 3-31-3t
president. Bottle, Half Gallon
o HOOSIER SPRING TER-Just
With paint and buildinsr materials i received 60 gallons Hoosier Spring
selling at lower prices, there is no I water. $1.20 for 5 gallons City Drug $2.75 Case of 12 BottlesA
time like the present for making Store. Phone 632. 3-31-6tc<<
those repairs you have been contem-
plating.' LOW RATES to New York. $17.60
charge of 5c extra for bottle
o from Orlando' via all rail. Party ,
Awake to the opportunities that are forming to leave April 6th. See Wil-

around waste time you and dreaming you will of not the need pot of to liam 3-31-3t::Morrison* 404 W. Church street. refunded when empty bottle is IVES[ CC C (

gold at the end of the rainbow. returned.
o PARTY FORMING, special rates to
There is not the slightest reason New York leaving Orlando night
why any sane and sensible residentof April 8th via Atlantic Coast Line and
Orlando should go away from hometo Savannah Line. Special through car DELIVERY FREEMcELROY'S .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.ORLANDO'S [
buy articles of daily needs. from Orlando to Savannah. See Mr.
o A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando. I ..
This has been the banner year for 3-26-tf
"wood burning" in the history of Fair FAVORITE SHOPPING PLAt
Florida. But it's all over now-we're TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
using sunlight. repairs of all kinds done PHARMACYAgents The Store of true service, of never-failing COt

o promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise .
E. D. Lambright has a new diver- screen doors and windows a specialty; at right prices
sion. He is Miss May Irwin's press sleeping porches, counters, shelving
e agent and recipe booster.o garages, office fixtures; window and ORLANDO FLORD
door frames made to order. Get our
March has only one more day to Drices. 18 East Church street. A
maintain its reputation postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo
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I Open 2 p. m. and : \ '

t L CALENDAR Sojourners at Miami Enjoy Season's I i Admission 5 i .11
Final Days
3 Miami Fla. The short term vaca- i
i 31 to April -
tionists have been pretty well weeded ..... ....I U 111111 SD L

{ Today out, leaving mostly wealthy people TODA Y'S
Jj irls" meet with Miss who have been down for the entire Powers. "Hunting
t winter and are now having such good Imp. "The Futility of a
irons: Card Club; Mrs. times they put off leaving. two parts, with Dorothy 1!
(hostess. Alexander Gaden. !
Club; Miss McKee, hose SOCIETY NOTES Five cents to alL II

e: "The Ethics of Play;" I OF Miss INTEREST.Elizabeth Mathews announces N4rE.
; by Miss Hainer. the engagement of her niece, Lula ADVICE ]
Thursdayub Elizabeth Chance, to Mr. James Gar-
afternoon party. field Manuel. Lives there a man with 0
lub; Mrs. Hook hostess. - "BY THE GOVERNOR'SORDER" With fret and scurry, AN OPEN FACE WATCH
here Club, with Mrs. A. The Here and There Club will meet Who never to another VI
nd Mrs. J. Skinner, at at Ingleside tomorrow afternoon at 3 "Don't worry"OSTE than our method of conducting business. Through
o'clock. Mrs. A. W. McKay and Mrs.J. and selling at a moderate price, we have es-
Friday Skinner, hostesses.The A Vitagraph Special Feature, clientele which we prize more than any one thing. Let
entertains for -0--
Essington
0 our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets, etc
.nd Miss Drennen. usual Wednesday dance takes
complete in two parts.
Saturday place at the New Lucerne this even-
lube ing. This will probably be the fare-
; DR. J. C. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
uetion Bridge Club. well event. ,

UB-0-- The Sumus -Septem- Club met Osteopathic Kirksville Physician I II .d]

Monday with Miss Ruth Isaacson on Consultation I Obi
i Art" was the subject Magnolia avenue. Those present were "'VHO'S'VHO"A Office Cheney Block,
ightful afternoon's pro- the Misses Dorothy Johnson, Norine HoteJL
ay of the Sorosis Club. Evans Pauline Nuckolls, Ruth Mc- Office Phone 716
subjects grouped under Cullough, Mrs. Rawilston, Cornelia Lubin Comedy. Orlando;, Fla.PRICES"i
and Sculpture were ex- Miner and Ruth Isaacson. GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS
>larly treatises and ablys. - .
John T. Fuller gave Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gibbs, Mr. and PRICES"r is easy with our paint. Just
ent introductory talk on Mrs. Edward Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs T1NTJ open
by Miss Kena Fries, Charles Capman, Mr. and Mrs.George the can and begin with the brush
Dra- Parker all of Akron, Ohio, who are
rs. F. W. Stanley, They are already mixed, and the col-
3 Hainer, Music. Each spending the winter at Winter Haven, "IN THE LINE OF DUTY"A
lid account of the lead- were in the city yesterday enjoying ors and ingredients are of the highest
ree divisions. The sub- lunch at the San Juan hotel. They TODAY
grade known to the paint trade. Get
week's program has not motored to Mount Dora. On April Selig Drama.
:ed. 20th the entire party will depart for i painted up for Easter.
- 5, their Ohio home over the A. C. L. in
a private car.
IRONSB.
I -o- THE Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Co
Brodwater yesterday The Bow Knot Club was delightfully j
ightfully entertained the 1, entertained yesterday by Mrs. FAMOUS 205 S. Orange Avenue
he Junior Matrons Card' Rogers and Mrs. Head.
3 who substituted were - HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" European Novelty & KHAN Phone 261

dcElroy, Mrs. L. B.Fort,j W.C.T.U.NOTESby
i Wright, and Miss Pru- Most Beautiful,
!. The club members MRS. J. M. PEDRICK.The Spectacular Novelty
eWitt Miller Mrs. Gor- Woman's Christian Temper .
Mrs. Allan Weathersbee, ance Union will hold the business An Entire Change
odwater. The highestde meeting for the month of April, Fri- WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
by Mrs. Miller, who ,day afternoon, 3 o'clock, in the Presbyterian -
deck of cards as prize. church parlors. At this timea hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
will entertain the club I report will be given of the Conference 10 cents "A MAN OF new Something New !
'. Salad sandwiches, ol- of Presidents held in Jackson- 5 cents Try it. Ask About it.
tea were served.CHURCH ville. Mrs. T. Adelaide Goodloe, pres- A Thanhouser I Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two for
- ident of North Carolina, will also be complete in two three or more
present and address the meeting. have a stock of good things to eat on hand
X SERVICES.Mass i Plant City gives a good report- WILL HAVE STUDIO WITH MR. BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
6:30 a. m.; con- !. Plant City Courier: A comparison POTATO SALAD
p. m. and 7:30 p. m. of the mupicipal court records for the CARROn "YE OLDEN
day, April 1-Mass anda. month of January, 1914 and 1915, dis- J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
m.; Adoration of Je- closes a striking decrease in the num- April first Mr. Fritz Hauer will
lessed Eucharist contin- ber of arrests this year over that of move his studio from the Rock build- A Keystone Phone 26
e day; visit of congrega- i last year. Last year while the sa- ing and occupy the studio with Mr. Sed"
i in the Eucharist 7:30 j loons were open 110 cases were tried Forrest Dabney Carr on East Pine
ic celebration of Holy by the court,77 of which were chargesof street. Mr. Hauer is a violinist of I
.ristians keep the mem- drunkenness. For the month just more than ordinary ability and a
's institution of the Holy passed, with the saloons abolished, young man of fine character and THIS BIG SHOW
rich has always been the only 9 cases were before the court, pleasing personality. He has been I Sentinel Want Ads For Results
ristian worship. only 3 of which involved the use of playing at the Grand theatre for sev- "SAME LITTLE
ly-Reading of the Pas- liquor. The court was in session but eral months and already has a num-
Lord and veneration ofa. five days last month, and twenty- ber of pupils in the study of the vio-
m.; devotional exerm. three days for the month of January, lin. In his new quarters he will undoubtedly ..
.; Way of the Cross 1913. (And Tampa with her many increase the number. Mr. -
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7:30 p. m. Good Fridays saloons and numerous "blind tigers"not Hauer studied the violin in Philadel-
the crucifixion and twenty miles away, and with pro- phia. Before coming to Orlando he
Saviour and is reverently hibition not prohibiting ((1)), and with taught in Columbia, S. C., Valdosta, FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
istian people in self de- "more liquor sold in dry than wet ter- Ga., and in Lebanon, Pa. He is the
.mination and loving sym- ritory. How's this?) owner of a fine old genuine Maggini
s sufferings. Good Fri- Miami Metropolis: Pleasant A.Holt violin valued at $1,000. Parents who Established 1886
of mourning nominated for president of the newly wish to have their children under
rday, April Blessing elected council in Jacksonville. Poor first class instruction on the violin
tal candle and baptismal old Jacksonville seems to have lost all may have every confidence in the abil-
; Mass, 8 a. m.; confes- |desire for decency. (And yet there' ity and character of Mr. Hauer. The
m. and 7:30 p. m. are many decent people in Jacksonville Sentinel hopes he will be a permanent CURTIS O'NEAL
Easter services will be i who are blushing for shame. i addition to Orlando musical circles. &
When thev sav that the election ,I His solo work at the Grand has been
-0nTY -- which: brought in J. E. T. Bowden was one of the features of that popular
. the vilest thing the South has wit- play house during the winter months.
t'. nessed for many years.) INSURANCE LOANS
Robinson was hostess M. Ribot French minister of A DEFINITION
.ernoon at a pretty party finance, says: Every one will admit
.r of Mrs. Otto Grassi!, of that it is necessary to protect the Knicker What is a smile?
and Miss MargueriteBig French race against the dangers Bocker-The shortest distance between REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Stone Gap, Va. The which face the nation from alcohol- two ears.
ed all of the local K. E.'s ism. If the chamber stops at the sup-
da Brewer, of Winter pression of absinthe it will not have
dins Fannie Carlton, of gone far enough.) There must be a The want ad.'s the thing.WOOD.
Delicious refreshmentsby reform of the legislation on all alco-
the charming..hostess.SON holic liquors. This question will be
-0-- forced on all governments consequenton
\ the enormous evils flowing from
\NE. alcohoL It is not a financial question
ng dispatches from Palm only, it is a great moral question in For Sale
liami will be interesting which the interests of nations is con- $2.00 Per Strand
ociety: cerned. The government asks that
losing at Palm Beachh the chamber take steps such as will

:the, Fla.Palm-Becoming Beach season retro-, do honor to itself and the nation. Veneer CoresAT House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

actical purposes came to GOES TO DAYTONA TO ACCEPT ALL TIMES

week toast one to a is short reminded life and of POSITION Orlando Wood YardB. 450000. A bargain.

!. The past season was Miss Bessie Porter, who has been
on record probably be- one of the popular sales ladies in the W. Kingsley, Proprietor
closing of the EuropeanI Dickson-Ives department store left PINE STREET AND R. R.
undoubtedly, for the yesterday for Daytona where she has Telephone 344 -
it marks a new era in i' accepted a simflar position with a 9-30
this country.. 'firm in that citj.. -"-

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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 3i/2! INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS If you are interested in Real Estate, .

5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS IT

6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS.
WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS

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

to tire troubles WALTER W. ROSE


Real Estate


RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCEOffice

Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building
PHILLIPS GARAGES
Phone 555rlttn


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CUT PRICES I If SENTINELWANTS WANTED TO WANTED TRADE nice grove .1 um bey, Taths and Shine s

k property for city property. Ad-
f TO GETREADY dress P. O. Box 568. 4-25-6tc ,S$1

WANTED-An experienced married
CASH business man wants a situation
. April 15th or May 1st. Resident of
Orlando Member Masonic and Red
Men orders. Must have it. Employednow.
The Morning Sentinel Want Good reason for change. Ad-
f. 65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want dress D. A.. Box 474, city. 3-30-6t
ORLANDORoyal
Ad Medium in Orlando.Terms
Brick Road.
WANTED-Good boys about fourteen
.r, Cash in Advance. years of age to carry paper routes.
6 Room House, close in. Easy Must have bicycle, and be familiar
Terms. RATES with names of streets in district of
For One Day ____________25t town to which he is appointed. Also
,. 1 Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days --_________50c able to do good collecting. For infor- Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lin e
For Six Days ---__________75c mation, address or call at this office.
For One Month --_______$2. 0 3-24-tf J
2 Lots Concord Park
This rate applies on all ads of J -
Seminole Park-Lots- 25 words or less. If the ad con- Take your Kodak films to Robin- -
tains more than 25 words the rate son. 3-3-tf 1 1
will be one cent per word for
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word for each in- LOST-A vest pocket Kodak, in a
, terms. sertion.If black leather case on north side of
you can't bring your ad to Lake Eola, Saturday morning. Finder I nw
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- please return to the Osceola, Mag- your.
the above. counts opened by telephone will be nolia and Robinson avenues. Reward.
I IKINCAID
payable the following_r- day. 3283t'DON'T -

Every Home--Every Business- !
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad.

Watkins Block PHONE 504 FOR SALE WORRyl RilEl SNOWDEN


FOR SALE-A pair of Toledo scales;
FOR 90 DAYSYou
worth $190; will take $100 cash. If you are disappointedabout
Address "Owner" Box 204, Orlando, getting new Eas- Orlando's and
can buy foundation Fla. 3-30-3tc 9 Largest Cheapest j
stone building blocks, side- ter Suit,we can put your
walk tile In FOR SALE-One of the best deliveryor old one in good condi-
or anything my work horses in Orlando. Ad-
line at reduced. Call around dress "Owner," Box 204, Orlando, tion for just such occas- FURNITURE HOUSECor.
and let me surprise you on Fla. for price. 3-30-3tc ions. -

prices. ..
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FOR SALE-One new dump cart and
F. D. GORE, harness; cheap; a very handy rig Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
on a farm. H. E. Hand. 3-28-6tc ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
Booed and Sts.
Cor. Jackson
FOR
SALE-Must sell
by Ford tour-
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. ing car at once; going North; first Dry Cleaning -
$200 takes the car-cash only. P. O. Steam Cleaning
Box 727. '
3t
Pressing and Repairing r.

FOR SALE-Some very fine setter
pups; cheap. Address B. J. Over-
street, Lockhart, Fla. 3-26-61 PHONE 646
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

Office corner Orange Avenue and FOR home SALE-A for small good family comfortable; garden For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Clearance Sale

Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
Phone 419.FLORIDA. ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
avenue. 3-7-lmo BARNARD & SON

FOR SALE-Modern home; eight 17 Hnghey Street Orlando, Fla. OF
I rooms and bath; orange trees and 12-10-1m : i
PRODUCTSThe large oak; seven minutes walk to
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner,
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo

Wakefield Preserving Com- FOR SALE-At a bargain, if sold Are You Gas HeatersHaving
pany of Geneva, Fla.,Ead a display of at once, house of seven rooms;?
screened porch, bath, trunk room,and 9
orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies
large closets, gas and electric lights;
and Preserves at the County Fair !splendid location; five minutes from

them.that were admired by nIl who saw Owner postoffice., 312 North Cash or Main.terms. 3-18-12t Inquire* Guilty a few heaters left which we do not wish to. car-

FOR SALE-A My clew leads to your home. through the coming summer we are to close them
This company now has a display; in good work horse; ry going
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- The Mayor.;Chief of Mice and Big
our window. Be sure to see it. quite Hanson's No.Shoe 19 East Shop.Pine street 3-2-lmo at A. Men of your town are involved. out during the month of March at the following prices: ,


TOURISTSshould FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story l,5anford Quest
cottage, seven rooms and bath, $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
modem conveniences roomy porches, Scientific

home with take them.CARUTHERS some.of this Florida Fruit 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. am on Criminologist the trail 6.50 Heaters for 5.20


FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright
4.50 Heaters for 3.60
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle LookOut.
Weeks in the recent contest will be
& GORE sold for benefit of Baptist church 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
building fund. Piano may be seen I
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Weeks, 10 Washington street.

New Modern Grocery G 1-13-tfc J I BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT. .

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
and tools best farm in county; va- A BargainLot
Phone 200 riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
er. 1-16-tfc
6 and 8 East Pine St.
FOR RENTFOR "

RENT-215 South Main street; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
pleasant furnished front room. overlooking Lake


Oalldo.JshingtooDRAWING 3-30-3t FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- Lucerne, $1.600. Must GAS DEPARTMENT

nished or unfurnished; low rates to
permanents; close in; vacancies in be seen to be appreci--
two houses; all improvements. See
owner 3-30-lmo, 301 East Livingston avenue. ated. Call

ROOM .
FOR RENT-New furnished house:
Sleeping Car complete; also separate flat or I

bath rooms, gas furnished, electricity.; all 211 conveniences East Jack-; Easter Ullies '
son street near Methodist church. Finley's Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStore
First Car on March 16 3-30-3t*

FOR RENT-New, Modern Five CARLREALESTATE DANN FOR EASTERGet
VIA room house. Apply 510 W. Central. Has always on hand a large and well selected

stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
FOR
Atlantic Coast Line Yancey.mer,RENT-Cottage or by the year,; for cheap.the 3-28-tfc T.sum-A. your orderin Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.

CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Standard Railroad :
of the South WANTED-An apprentice for dress-
making. Call Sunday morning. 208 ALWAYS GLAD TOIISEE YOU AT
early '
Open for( Passengers af 9 P, M. East Robinson avenue. 328St"TWO
COMPANY

Tuesdays, Thursdaysand FURNISHED or unfurnished FINLEY'S PIONEER
with
rooms garden; modern con-
SaturdaysLeaving veniences. Also one detached room, HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
18x20; makes a good work shop; $5
per month. See or address C. Joyce, Violet Dell Florist. .
Orlando on Train 82,, 103 South Division street. 3-26-6t II .
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri
days and Saturdays.For FOR RENT-Attractive new modern SPRINGFIELD PLANT
bungalow six rooms and sleeping J. &1. CARUTHERS
Reservations and Tickets porches; large grounds; completely I .

call on A. [IC. L Local Ticket screened Central avenue.; in pine Reasonable.grove, on lake Call near or & FLOWER{ CO. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. The arket

Agent. address M. C. Hunt, Rock Lake.
3-26-61
FRANK CARY ELWES, ManagerAll OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE .
Knox.veniences unfurnished. Jas.11-3-ti A. Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH AND SALT MEATS

kinds of cut Flowers for sale. Kept under the best sanitary condition

For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations CHIROPRACTOR screened from the flies
W ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf Everything away and kept fresh
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easter 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone and pore.
NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM Lily Plants, 2, 3, 4 and 5 buds to a 209. Intelligent people everywhereare : We Invite 1nspcstlog.Ned guarantee satisfaction.. We have a
to adults only. 409 Delaney. street. being restored to health by chiro-
DR. L H. RAMSDELLI 10-25-tf plant. everything in the Meat Line.
practic adjustments, the pew scienceof
OPTOMETRIST removing the cause of disease. Ex-
ORLANDO - FLORIDAWE Studio Kodak will finishing be ready left at at 5 o'clock Robinson's the PHONE 6774JACKSONVILLE amination free. 12-24-1mo H.: : :j\dt.i Selfk & CO.
FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES
AND DO ALL KINDS OF next day. 3- -tf Umbrellas recovered and repaired pHONE NO. SO PINE STREET

OPTICAL REPAIRING The want ad.'s the thing. 2021 Main St. Florida "while you wait," at Young's Repair -
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
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Monday, March 29th and lasting all week. You are invited to come and learn all about this ware.


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ST. LUCIE CANAL WILL BE A BIG waterway and the improvement of GEORGE W. PERKINS WILL AD- The ban was placed on dice games ing start for nearly 14 years, and now
BOON TO SOUTH FLORIDAThe I II the harbor at Port Sewall the futureof DRESS SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL long ago. Some players still indulge the pilot of the Indianapolis Feds.
the fast growing town of Stuart CONGRESS I Do Your
-they can not subdue the gambling 1. Probably the most remarkable fea-
recent awarding by the state ; will be assured, making it the logical ture of Phillips' managerial record is
contract for the constructionof place for a large, hustling city. In Washington.-Geo. W. Perkins, of fever. But those who play do so'. the fact that he hasn't handled just
the
of Lucie canal fact the entire East Coast and Southern New York, has accepted the invita- against orders from the club mana- : one club as have Connie Mack, John ElectricFixtures
the Okeechobee-to-St. Florida will benefit from the tion of the Southern Commercial Con-I gers. And they do it secretly. i,, McGraw and Hughie Jennings. In
in the
marks a great forward step cross-state navigation and drainage his ten Phillips
year career as manager -
Pinochle for small
stakes hearts at
to deliver address at its
an
the fertile Ever- canal. gress has handled six different
of making clubs (
heart Look
process that actual sixth annual convention, to be held at I I a penny a rummy at a penny
The contract
glades to blossom as the rose and stipulates .a point, and for five cents a game, are in different leagues and of different
more productive than the noted Val- excavation is to be begun within Muskogee, Oklahoma, April 26-30. played quite genrally in the camps I"I calibre. And yet he has taken the
ley of the Nile. With the digging of three months and that the work is to Mr. Perkins will speak on "The New where the managers have not placed material that has been offered to him Old and
this canal thousands of acres the be completed within four years. Simultaneous South and the New World." the ban on all card games. But that year after year and with but two exceptions -
I
fertile land in America, will be with the construction of I has welded it into baseball
most In his letter of acceptance to Sen- is about as stiff as the games now
made accessible for cultivation and a this waterway other canals of lesser ator Duncan U. Fletcher, president of run. i machines that moved on with irresist- Worn
route will be provided by which to proportions will be dug by private en- the Southern Commercial Congress, I I ible force to the crest of every base- Out?
market millions of feet terprise and lines of railway will be ball manager's ambition-the basking
to
transport Mr. Perkins said he wanted, if possi- PITTSBURGH FEDS LOOK GOOD
of valuable timber and thousands of built to extend the zone of operations, ble, to "drive home" the immediate in pennant glory.
dollars worth of agricultural pro- the whole forming a network of. necesities if the new South is to come Augusta.-One of the greatest look- I have established a plant for
ducts. drainage and transportation agencies.In into its own, and to point out clearly ing collections of ball players ever THREE SHIPS SAIL FOR EUROPE
The immensity of the undertakingcan short the real development of that the new South is coming into gathered together. 'That's our opin- WITH 1,000,000 BUSHELSOF the refinishing of all metal
the has begun and will
be more fully comprehended whenit Everglades its own at a time when the entire ion of the Pittsburgh Federals who GRAIN
is stated that the project will call fast continue until thousands will flourish of acres where of country is entering a new world, in are going through their training fixtures and brass beds. This
for o.n expenditure of at least $1,616- growing crops so far as commercial activities go; stunts in this section of Georgia. I
is be found only water and Portland, Me.-Laden with nearly
to
000; that the quantity of material now Lucie County Tribune. that the new South must be a part of There's enough; good material in the 1,000,000 bushels of grain, three ships work is done at a small cost, and
necessary to be removed will amountto sawgrass.-St. this new world; that it can not come camp here to weld into one of the :
have left here for in ,
20,000,000 cubic yards; that the into its unless it becomes ports England makes
own a part greatest baseball machines in the your fixtures look like
width of the canal will be from 120 HOO-FEDS HAVE CONFIDENCE of the new world. game. There are many new and almost Italy and Holland. They were the t
Irishman for Brandford for
Liverpool
-to 160 feet, with depth of from 11 to
perfect cogs; there are afew old new. .
14 feet; and that the total length of Valdosta, Ga.-Here in this training GOODBYE, POKER! ones to guarantee that the machine an Italian port, and the Randwyk and
the waterway will be 24 miles. camp town of Benny Kauff and his will run smoothly if assembled right. I the Belgian relief commission steamer I Stock of second hand fixturesfor
With the completion' this project fellow Indianapolis Feds, there is supreme Poker, as a form of diversion, is The assembling job is up to Rebel I Cape Ortegal for Rotterdam.
and the deepening of the inlet at Gil- confidence that in 1915 they disappearing from the baseball train- Oakes, the manager, and Oakes appeals sale.
bert's Bar direct communication be- will do just what they did in 1913 and ing camps. In the few camps where to one as the ideal' man for the EASTER EGG HUNT
tween the great inland'sea of Lake 1914-grab the pennant. There's a the managers still permit the "old job-the kind of man whose leader r Phone 652 and I will call and
Okeechobee and the Atlantic ocean reason for that confidence, for this army" game, the limit is limited- ship spells success. The members of the civic league I
mill be provided, making it possiblefor Hoofed outfit boasts of the greatest usually to ten cents. will give an: Easter egg hunt Friday I.estimate your job.
coastwise vessels of ordinary collection of sluggers in baseball and Managers havef ound that stiff lim- EIGHT PENNANTS IN TEN afternoon, April 2, from 3 to 5. Between -
draft to cross the state from ocean to one of the strongest pitching staffs in it poker games lead to heavy losses STARTS the Baptist and Presbyterian !I
puff by navigating the Caloosahatcheeriver the country. It's catching staff is almost and resultant ill feeling among the churches. The first, second, third and
beyond the western border of overbalanced with talent and in players which lessens the harmonious Eight pennants in ten starts as a fourth grades of the Apopka schoolare L. W. LEWIS.
;the lake. speed there are few teams that can condition necessary for a ball club's manager-that's the amazing recordof most cordially invited to attend.- .
? With the construction of this huge equal this gang here. t success. Bill Phillips, a major league pitch- Apopka News. I


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INVESTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS :



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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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


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


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

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




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Total Responsibility::
$25,00.00 paid up 50000.00
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LOCAL AND


I' Mrs. F .L. Corwin left
for Pittsburg, Pa., where &
spend the summer.

,.. Mr. and Mrs. L.,S. Smith, :
Alfred, were among Ihe
Orlando yesterday.
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:Messrs. E. L. Lesley and 11.
Bass, cattle kings of South
were in Orlando yesterday :j
simmee.Mr. .

and Mrs. E. G. "j-
Orlando, were in Bradentown
day the guests of Mr. and \ 1
S. Porter.-Bradentown

:::' Mrs. W. L. Roddy and Miss i.

of Rockhill, S. C., left
l ) their home in that state after
ter spent in Orlando guests
San Juan hotel.

:Mrs. C. A. Campbell left 'i'J
afternoon for Jacksonville ,
will spend a month and then
to Asheville, N. C X, to spend
"DOES HE BANK HIS MONEY ?" mer.

Mrs. E. C. Lucas and
That's the first question hard headed employersof Hiss Josephine left
their home in Lisbon North .
men ask now-a-days. Heedless spending fore- They expect to come back ;

casts a bad ending. It's the young man who saves the leaves begin to fall. f

that gets the job! Self denial gives a man first Mr. and Mrs. M. A. I
spending a pleasant winter in 4
trial. Do you want to be first-or last? Are you do, left yesterday for .
where they will remain until '
going to save and win? then return to this city. ;

Walter W. Rose sold to .:

A The State Bank of Orlando, Fla. Bartholomew ral avenue three belonging lots on to ;1

Guernsey. Mr. .
build at once for a home. i

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. j
spent the season in Orlando | :
home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
left yesterday for i
where will the
they spend

Mrs. M. E. Foster who j
many years in Florida and
ter home in Oviedo left this
spend the summer at Clifton i
N. Y. Mrs. Foster is one of
tinel's valued subscribers.Mr. .
'}
and Mrs. Frank Beal
: )
and Mrs. O. F. Blaster of ,,,.-,
Iowa left yesterday for
in the Northwest. This
first visit to Orlando, but they .
Summer Cceking! turn again next season. r.""

Shouldn't Cook : t1 T Mr. and Mrs.-L. W.
have spent the winter in
Lakeview avenue, left i:
the Cook their; summer home in '
They will make stops en
.
dinner atka, Jacksonville and St.
Getting ready -

in July is just as com- Transients registering at
Juan yesterday include H. C. '
fortable as in :November ter, Ralph Merrill' and Ralph I
Lakeland; O, A. Tally
-if you use a D. W.
Day, Philadelphia;
FLORENCE OIL Jacksonville, and A. P. Street'J ; ':
lanta. ,
COOK STOVE. "The Turning Faint in Oil Stave History**
Mr. A. E. Harris, of : :E
The heat goes into the FLORENCE as, who has been the guest .' : :' \
eral days of Mr. and.Mrs. W.
.
cooking, not into the ell, on West Central avenue, : -1 ;.. :
terday for Tampa to take
Oil Cook Stoveswork
I
kitchen. It docs your + sights before returning to his
the Lone Star State. M
well and
reliably, "Look for the Lever"
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and keeps you com- Mrs. Frederick Lord of :
Pa., and Mrs. John II.
fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan Racine Wis. arrived in
coal terday from Fort Myers,
a stove. have spent several weeks.
four '" ..., plvnc edo remain here : ]
You can keep one or burners at an'iiitensely'hoTor before proceeding to their j
flame. the North.
merely simmering
.,. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. 'i
Come in and let us show you how these Florence have been coming to ;

Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No number departing of for years their, were home in :

Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once vania. They own a pretty I
grove near this city, and :
Started, each burner will keep going at the same to leave Philadelphia early in '
for their sojourn in the :
power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY.
Mr. and Mrs.-w. H. Davis :
SAFE in Orlando yesterday
the Tampa Special and are r I Hk
at one of the local hotels.
Read adv. in Saturday Evening Post. from Elgin, 111., and are !
initial visit to Florida. They
See it operating in our window. themselves as charmed with
tion and expect to remain '


Oscar Hand & Son days.Mr.close.their and pretty Mrs. W.home C.on

nue tomorrow and leave
Ellyn' 111., where they will

WEST PINE ST. been summer.coming These to estimable Orlando for k

years and have a host of frie
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their absence from this city.
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Mr. J. B. Mills, of
t is in the city renewing old
Your Wife a ances. He motored from
Qaii.ry and took the A. N.
lachicola arriving in due
: Mills reports that: he
Good Watchand ,, ange grove in Orange
Jfl-1.000, making a nice
: investment, all of which is
to his Aoalachicola
see how it will harmonize the workings of your lachicola Times

household. I ATTORNEY RETURNS
TABULA OHIO
Some folks think of a woman's watch merely as a decorative ;
Attorney A. T. Ullman :
piece of jewelry, to be worn on festive occasionsand hula. Ohio left Tuesday 1
his homeward journey after I
laid away the rest of the time. Every one of our of days stay calling on
that city. Mr. Ullman has
large assortment of women's watches is a timekeepera ,, in -previous years and
the splendid growth of
practical useful mechanism your wife will appreciateand his stay was shortened on
the spring term of court
use all day and every day. Fitted with Elgin or there soon..

Waltham movements, wide choice of solid gold and gold .

; filled cases attractively priced from $10.00 up C. H


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: I make a specialty in \
T.D.EVANSJEWELER repairing, All grades
: Swiss, English watches; ,
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elry and Spectacles, expert :.
: line. All repairs

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