The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 2, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
6 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
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Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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DESTROYS SHIPS $25 In Board Of*Trade ContestIn


In order to increase interest in th ;campaign for new membersof

the Board of Trade a contest will t>e conducted through the col-

Being Torpedoed British umns of the Sentinel which will be oPen to every man, woman and
child in Orlando. '
Steamer Sinks Rapidly
Five individuals have offered prizes of $5 each, totalling $25.

Suction Was Very Any other individual, merchant, business or professional man in

StrongConstantinople SWOBODA CHARGED WITH Orlando is invited to enter the contest and offer a prize. The Sen- AND INITIATED TWO CANDIDATES NOT RECEIVING EXPECTED
tinel will welcome new additions.
T... April 1.-After SETTING FIRE TO LA The contest will continue until April 15. Letters bearing the LAST EVENING STATEMENT FROM GERMANY -

." shelling ineffectually the outer forts TOURAINE postmark of April 15 will be accepted. All letters must bear the AT LODGE HALL U. S. ACTS

of the Bosphorus the Russian Blacksea name of the author. The list of judges will be announced later.Only .
the Turkish coal
ports fleet in bombarded the Ergli districts of Asia WILL BE RELEASED VERY SOON one answer from one individual for each contest will be THE STATE MEETING AT PALATKAIt U. S. TAKES ISSUE WITH CAPTAINOf
for the second time sinking nine ves- received. You may enter all five divisions and run the chance of

sels and causing other damage. Aero- getting all five prizes. But remember, only one contribution will
planes which were co-operating with be from for division.
the warships were driven back from Evidence Is Such That He Had accepted one person one Is Expected Large Numberof Eitel, Who Claims His Ship
the coast by Ottoman airmen. The following prizes will be given. Here is the list:
No Connection With Firingof Local Elks Will Attend Endangered if Frye Had
After bombarding Sanguloak Ergli
For the best fifty word article on "Why you should join the
Russian fleet
and northward Koslu and the the situation at the Steamer-Here on Orlando Board of Trade," W. S. Branch book store, $5 piece of -Date Is AprilG to S, Been Towed to Prize

Dardanelles is unchanged. Business Errand statuary, "Esmeralda." Address all letters to "Join," The .Sen- Inclusive Court
British Steamer Sunk
London April 1.-The steamer Washington, April 1.-All the ma- For the best fifty word article on "The best way for the Orlando The Orlando lodge of Elks last Washington, April 1.-Failing to
"Seven Seas" was torpedoed by a chinery of the state department was night held a social session in conjunction obtain the expected statement from
German submarine six miles off put in motion today for the release of Board of Trade to advertise Orlando, Joe Cheney O. W. and L. with the installation of the newly Germany as to the sinking of the
Beachey Head this afternoon.It Raymond Rolfe Swoboda, the American Co., $5 worth of gas. Address all letters to "Best Way," The Sen- elected officers and the initiation of American steamer "William P. Frye,"
is reported that eight men were who is under arrest at Paris tinel. two candidates. :\1.\1. Smith was in- and the destruction of her cargo by
- drowned. The Seven Seas was owned charged with setting fire to the La stalled as exalted ruler; L. P. Hutton, the Prinz Eifel Friedrich the state
by Leach & Company, of London. She Touraine on the recent crossing from For the best Orlando Board of Trade slogan, De'VittliIIer., of esteemed leading knight; Walter department today cabled a protest to
was of 6. 2 tons. New York to Havre. the Wyoming hotel, $5 in gold. Address all letters to "Slogan" Drennen, esteemed loyal knight; II. the German foreign office.
The Seven Seas sank within three Robert K. Maclea, a New York The Sentinel. II. Powell esteemed lecturing knight; The captain of the Eitel claims that
t minutes after being torpedoed, according buyer of textiles for a French syndi- II. Wichtendahl, secretary E. S. he would have endangered his ship'.s
to advices reaching here to- cate in whose interest Swoboda has For the best fifty word article on""How the women of Orlandocan Keys trustee; C. P. Dow treasurer; safety had he undertaken to tow the
been on a visit to this country, calledat John Empie, tyler. Frye into for the German
night. The crew attempted to launch port prize
assist the Board of Trade Marion: of
boats but both boats and the men the state department and gave the Ives the DicksonIvesCo. W. R. O'Neal, district deputy for court.
were drawn down by the suction of officials the details of Swoboda's bus- ., a $5 costume. Address all letters to "Women," The Sentinel. South Florida, visited the lodge in an lie also claims the cargo was contraband -
iness here. official capacity rnd installed the new it going to fortified
the sinking vessel. The survivorswere as was a
in he water some time before Maclea said Swoboda had been sent For the best fifty word article on "Why the Board of Trade isOrlando's officers. Past Exalted Huler Keys English port.

being picked up by a British torpedo to this country to investigate over- most potent and valuable asset" The Sentinel one was presented with a handsome past The American note takes sharp issue ,
charges which the French governmentpaid year's daily subscription. Address all letters to "Why," The exalted ruler emblem, a token of appreciation with the German commander on
boat.Eight survivors were landed at for supplies to the syndicateof Sentinel. by his brother Elks. A both of these points.It .
New Haven. which Maciea, Swoboda' and other shrimp supper was served following is pointed out to the German
members had bee nappointed by the Clip this out and preserve it. Think over the matter and then the initiation of G. R. Ramsey andII. government that even if the cargo
Austrians Lose Heavily i French government to buy supplies. E. Herndon. A large number was had been destroyed it was not necessary -
Petrograd, April 1.-Fierce fight- Maclea told the officials that Swo- write your thoughts and mail them to The Sentinel. The contestis present and everybody enjoyed the to destroy the ship.It .
i .g is taking place southeast of Bali- boda planned to sail to England on open to every one in Orlando or Orange county. Write on one evening to the fullest. is held the Frye could have been
grod between the upper reaches of the Lusitania, but at his suggestiontook side of paper only and sign your name and address. There is a Pamphlets were distributed calling released and such release would have
the river San and the great Carpa- the La Touraine which went direct good chance for you to win all five prizes.' attention to the eleventh annual con- removed any question of danger to
. thian ridge. to France, thus avoiding the inconvenience vention of the Florida State Elks Association her German captor.
' The Austrians during the last few of crossing the English Get busy today and send in yourletters to the Contest Depart- which will-be held at Palat- The United States also holds that

days have made serious and determined channel with sample trunks. I ment, The Sentinel. ka April 6-8. An elaborate programhas the cargo was not contraband. j
counter attacks with the ob- Swoboda had been to California according -' been prepared for the three days
ject of recapturing the positions recently to Maclea. session and it is expected that a very, TOURING PARTY SPENT: NIGHT
lost, but the only result of The testimony of Maclea is regarded large number of Orlando Elks will be IN ORLANDO
these desperate struggles has been by the state department as indicating FROST CAUSES DAMAGE in attendance. Special railroad rates
that they left thousands of prisonersin the absence of any criminal have been made. Yesterday afternoon the following
the hands of the garrisons. intention on the part of Swoboda. i party who are making a trip in autos

Warlow Sentences Sim- Georgia and South Carolina I FORECASTSI'RlL WEATHERThe I from Bartow to Miami arrived in Or-
Paris Statement INVESTIGATION ORDERED lando and registered at the San Juan
,Paris, April Tonight's official mons to County Camp for Suffer-Will Affect Prices month of fickle :March has just They will resume their journey to the

statement saysr"Artillery Washington, April .-A thorough Interfering WithJustice for Orange closed and true to its predecessors, Magic City this morning: : E. C. Skipper -
actions occurred in various investigation has been ordered by the County we are to have some pleasant weatherin : M. E. Skipper Mrs Laura V.
points of the front. At Woerve, state department into the death of Farmers April. Swearingen Mrs Beulah Smith, Miss
west of the Lepetre woods. We oc- Leon C. Thrasher an American citi- -.-- According to prognosticates, the Olive Smith, Miss Georgia Kaber,
the village of Feyanhaye. We zen lost when the British steamer Miss Lucile Lightsey, Miss Tommie
cupied Judge T. P. Warlow yesterday sen- Savannah Ga., April I.-The month will come in warm and we will
maintained our positions despite sev- Falaba was torpedoed by a German April Fri- hoe Wilson Miss Elaine Harlem
f tenced William C. Simmons to three 1st frost did deal of have warm weather today, Good
a great damagethis
In Lorraineand submarine. :Miss Lee Wilson Mrs. T. V. Wilson
eral attacks.
counter ,
months on the county roads charged morning in this Irish day, and very warm weather on Sat-.
the Vosges there is nothing to Secretary Bryan instructed Ambas- vicinity. T. L. Wilson Ernest Smith, Carlisle
I with conniving and trying to aid a potatoes, beans tomatoes and urday, and pleasant weather on Eas-
i report. South of Dixmude an aviatorwas I sador Page at London to send a full young man wanted in Orange county were very hard hit. Almost every-peas ter Sunday, April 4th. Lightsey, and Ed. Pearce.
brought down by Lieutenant Gar- report on the case. for another offense to get outside the thing will have to be replanted. Cloudy weather will prevail on
ros by shots from a mitrailleuse. In It has not been officially ascer- confines of the state. Simmons found April 5th, clear weather on April 6th, WILSON CONTINUES EFFORTSTO
the Aisne region Aviator Havarre tained yet whether he was killed on that Sheriff Gordon had a warrant for Damage in South Carolina and it will be hot with some showerson BRING PEACE IN
using a rifle brought down another board the Falaba or was drowned after EUROPE
' his friend and he forthwith sent hima Charleston, S. C., April 1.-Frost the 8th. High winds are predictedfor
German aviator. taking a boat. Representations telegram advising him to shake the here last night is estimated to have the 9th, fair weather on the 10th,
will go to the German government. dust of Jacksonville off his feet and destroyed a fourth of the Irish potato and high winds on the 11th (Low Sun- Rome Italy.-President Wilson is
London 1. The American his efforts to establish
April -
go to pastures new. The plans mis- and bean crops in this section. Cab-
, note referring to the British order of SERIOUS :MENACE TO NAVIGATION carried in some way, and the official bages have escaped with little injury. Cloudy and rainy weather will pre- peace through mediation. It is relia-
council on reprisals was received by REPORTED AT FLORIDA succeeded in getting them both in jail vail on the 12th it will be cold on the bly learned today that Ambassador
the American embassy here today and STATIONKey and the two are now engaged in improving The damage reported in Georgiaand 13th. stormy on the 14th cold on the Page is working hard to secure Italian )-
forwarded to the foreign office in due support to the president's plans.
the highways of the county. South Carolina will have a notice- 15th stormy on the 16tn and 17th,
time. West, Fla.-Following is the able effect prices of Florida and high winds will prevail on the The ambassador today would make no
Contrary to the statement made at copy of a radiogram received at the EASTERN RACING SEASON ducts which have pro- 18th. predictions.
a strengthening
Washington the text of the note will naval station and given to the press OPENS tone. The above There will be more cold weather on
not be made public until next week by Captain E. E. Hayden, commandant source of great encouragement dispatches to are Or-a the 19th, squally weather on the 20th, N. D. SENATOR A VISITOR
owing to the Easter holidays. :, for the information of masters of Bowie, Md., April 1.-The Eastern ange county farmers. clear and pleasant on the 21st cool
, vessels plying in the waters men- racing season was ushered in today at and pleasant on the 22nd, clear and Senator Ed Pierce, of North Dakota -
FLORENCE VILLA HOTEL CLOSESThe tioned: Prince George Park under favorable warm on the 23rd, hot, with thunder who is spending the winter at
"Nine-thirty a. m., latitude 36-45 conditions and an immense crowd was JUDGE MARTIN ISSUED 23; MARRIAGE showers on the 25th clear and coolon Daytona, was in Orlando yesterday
tourist hotel at Florence Villa, north and longitude 74-42 west, present to witness the running of an LICENSES IN :MARCH the 26th very warm on the 27th, accompanied by a party of friends.
in Polk county closed yesterday after 1 passed wreckage about 60 feet long excellent card. The track is in fine clear and warm on the 28th, cloudyon
one of the most prosperous seasons in six feet out of water, in track of shape and close finishes were the The month of March was a bannerone 29th and rain and thunder stormson DELAND JURIST IN ORLANDO
its history. The help passed through north and south bound steamers, very order throughout the day. for County Judge Martin so far the 20th, the closing day of the
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the I dangerous to navigation." as marriage licenses were concerned. month. Judge Chas. McCory, of Del.. nd,
Atlantic Coast Line en route to New THE GLASGOW AT MONTEVIDEO There were twenty-five of those epistles was among the well known Floridians
York. I LIKE FEELS CERTAIN OF ELEC- authorizing those caught in Cupid's TO SUBDIVIDE; NEW ADDITION I spending yesterday in Orlando.
:Montevideo British
I TION AS NEXT SPEAKER Uruguay.-The net to become man and wife. Issued -
cruiser Glasgow came into this port from his office twelve white and

AN IMPORTANT/ BILL !I OF THE-HOUSE I today. I r thirteen colored couples. _. I 15.Judge Robinson T. P.and Warlow H. Carl, Attorney Dann have C. 115 MEMBERS YESTERDAYBoard

i, Jacksonville, Fla.-Forrest Lake of --- closed a deal that brings them into
Sanford declared here yesterday that I possesion of another tract of valuable I _
1! he believes his chances of being elect- April Fool Observed As Usual In land on Colonial Drive and adjoiningthe ,
. Adequate Crop Pest Bill to Be ed speaker of the Florida house ofrepresentatives | grounds known as Colonial Hills, ; of Trade Will Soon Reach

Introduced in Forthcoming :; this month are 100 to the new bungalow settlement which 300 Mark at Present Kate
, : 1 strong. He spent the day shaking t Orlando Public And Private Life recently sprang up in the northern !
Session! of Florida I hands with his friends and he declared -i portion of the city. !j of Increase-Enlist
that he has the support of representatives I The late purchase is the Story t
Legislature !!
: I from all sections of the I I Today
property which is to be cut into city j
t i state.. I April fool's day was observed as etc. lots sidewalks built, and gas and
i, The monthly bulletin issued by the usual in Orlando public and private Of course he couldn't read it. The water piped through the streets ready The Orlando Board of Trade is on
state commission of horticulture of 'I PRESIDENT TELLS JUST WHAT I life yesterday and there were many messenger boy yelled "April Fool! I for service. It will be known as the I the move. Fifteen more members
I California for February gives an interesting COL. HOUSE IS DOING practical jokes played that caused interest and departed evidently having been I' second addition to Colonial Hills yesterday; seventeen the day before.
1 statement from Dr. L. O. !I ABROAD I ,Amusement and chagrin.One tipped to quoth such exasperatingwords. I I which originally consisted of ninety t The Board is working together like
Howard, of the bureau of entomology. -I of the business men of Orlando I lots, almost all of which have been j the new fire truck motor. Are you,a
I I Washington, I>. C.-The president .i was an easy victim yesterday after- Then of course one of the police disposed of. f elf starter _
r "In speaking of quarantine work said today that Col. E. M. House has noon. officers had to pull a trick on one of i I Yesterday's results:
against the gypsy moth. Dr. Howard i II no mission abroad. He went on a L He was talking to a friend discussing his chauffeur friends. lie was at the NEW BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERSHIP Fort L. B-, San Juan Garage.
I aptly remarks 'if the work had begun I "tour of information." This state- I the war and the trend of Japan's station, telephoned to one of the boys, I CARDS ISSUED I Rogers W. 'l'., San Juan Garage.
t years before, the small colonies ment was made to callers. I relations with China and the price of "Say come on down to the I Niles C. L.
i in New York. Ohio and the Berkshire I food and other matters less serious A. C. L.-big party down here wantto The Board of Trade has issued I Lartigue, Chas., insurance
regions of Massachusetts would not !I IDLE MILLS RESUME; : 10.000 MEN I when a Western Union messenger go to Mr. So and So's-good money !membership cards 5 1x 8 inches Law ton, J. R printer.
\. have become established.' We may I GIVEN WORK AT CHICAGO I boy dashed into the office. hurry, somebody will beat you to j ready for framing, which will be I George, J. T., meat market.
,. add that if our admirable quarantine I i "A message for you, sir." it." prominently displayed in all busines Cheney J. YO.. W. & L. Co.
'. organization had been born in the Chicago.-Nearly ten thousand men "Excuse me a minute." said the The chauffeur raced to the station houses and offices. The card reads: Miller, DeWitt, Wyoming hotel.
1- early sixties we would have almostnone j are working today in factories and business man to his friend, "my and only the ticket agent and officer I "Orlando Board of Trade Orlando, I. Newell. J. J.. Newell Electric Co.
, of the insect pests that are now steel mills on Chicago Heights which Northern interests are quite heavy were there. Florida. This certifies that is Thornton. James I., retired.
taxing us annually away up in the had been idle since January 1. Eighty these days-so many telegrams Then of course there was salted a member of the Orlando Board of Waring. R. I)., real estate.
millions." 1 factories began operations on a normal and-" grapefruit for breakfast chairs tiedto Trade in good standing, having paid King Murry S.. architect.
. These remarks coming: from California !i scale today.NEBRASKA j The message was torn hastily open. the tables, wise telephone calls his dues for the current year in full. I Hand Cary. undertaker.Leu .
, are of especial interest to Flor- I I, This is what greeted the busy busi- birds that wern't birds, and "Oh, Chas. P. Dow, president; attest: V. II. P., Cain-O'lkrry Boiler
( ida just at present:, in view of the FLOUTS EUGENICS; ness man's eyes: :Mama what's the matter with your W. Estes, secretary." The printinghas Works.
fact that an adequate quarantine and Lincoln, Neb.-Because the eugenic DAY'S WAR NEWS I hand" etc., etc. for a background; the figures 1915, Field, A. R. Field & Co.
1 crop pest bill will be introduced at marriage bill, patterned after the IN HUNGARIANBeesi I Up to a late hour last evening, in light green ink.
. the coming session of the legislature. Wisconsin law, exempted women from hivatalos: "Orosz ta- however, no one had reported that the TilE WEATHER
There probably will not be a more important its provisions it was defeated in the madasck visczaverettek az On- .! brick-under-the-plug-hat or the pock- i i Everything in Easter cards and I
measure presented for con sid- ->wer house of the Nebraska legisla- dava es Laborez volgyekben, a et-book-pulled by-a string April foot booklets that is worth having. Curtis Florida: Fair Friday and Satur-
:.. eration. ture today. l Karkatokan. A hara engedett:," jokes had been sprung. & O'Neal, Orange avenue. day.

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-, A Fine, Sweet Pipe Items PLANT:

r From Taft, Fla. I SEEDS! SEEDS!! SEEDS! ,
for you is the Wellington. With it,you can be sure
of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You wont have the & >FLOWER{ CO. I!
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington clean and Taft, Fla., :March 31.-Mr. and Mrs.J. .
[ Saliva cant the fire boil and E. Mockett took a trip to Tampafor :*
tractable. get to to Garden and Field Seed
If splutter. / a few days last week. FRANK CARY (ELWES ManagerAll J J'I
f :Mayor A. M. Bristol, J. S. Barklow,
George Dennison, Leland Nelson, and
W. A. Levis were in Orlando Friday.Mr. kinds of cut Flowers for sale.
C. A. Tompkins and family Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations -
Golden Dent Corn, quart _________________lOc
wish, in this way, to their --------
express Roses, Sweet Peas etc. Faster
thanks and appreciation for the 'I Hickory King Corn, quart __________lOc
many : --------------
lily Plants, 2, 3.I and 5 buds to a
i is made on the correct pipe principle. It wont' kind expressions of sympathy re- I Stowell's: Evergreen Corn, quart __________________13c
foul and it can't dog. Come on in and pick the ceived from their friends and neigh- plant. Country Gentleman Corn, quart ----_____________15c
{ shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. bors in their late sad bereavement in PHONE 6774JACKSONVILLE II White Dent Corn, quart __________lOc
;. 25c. 35c. 50c. up. the death of the last of their children
Hasting Prolific Corn, quart __________25c
Made In and only son, and father of the little ----------
,. Look them over at the AmericaGOOD grandson who is with them. Among I Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. ------____________lOc
E of 2021 Main St. Florida Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____ 35c.
; many messages sympathy is the I quart 3 quarts $1.00

following: : Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 33c.; ;3 quarts $1.00
AND BAD CIGAR STORE "Taft, Fla., March 25, 1915. ; .
Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _quart, 33c.; :3 quarts $1.00
"Whereas, Death has visited the
u" -- home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tomp- CLINT BASSWest Lima Beans, quart -----------___________________:;iOc
t kins, and grandson Charles, and taken II Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart 35c., 3 quarts $1

OUR MOTTO : from them their beloved son and Jefferson StreetSuccessor Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. -----------_______Goc;

father, to Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ------------_______60c
Small Profits and Quick Returns." "Be it resolved, That the members Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ________73c
of Taft W. R. C. extend to them their
r Hand Wood CompanyWood Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 13c. 2 quarts for 25c
loving sympathy, and they have
"Tampa Special" is the best hen feed made or sold may
Black Eye Peas _____quart, 18c
the blessing of the Father always ----------------------
anywhere, regardless of cost. To introduce it, we will, of All Kinds
Peas _____________
of with them. Whipponvill quart loc, 2 quarts 25c
for a few days, give a package oyster shells with each
sack purchased. Try it. "(Signed) Minnie Nelson, Abbie PROMPT SERVICE

We are headquarters for the BEST Feeds. Tice, Frances Nelson. REASONABLE PRIGSDON'T
"Approved: Minnie Riley, Corps StoreJ.

L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 The Ladies' Aid Society will holda
home cooked food sale at Wright's L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
drug store, on Palm avenue, next Sat-
urday. Everybody should patronizethe WORRYIf
sale and assist in a worthy cause.

[ASTER COMES ON APRIL 4TH" mer Mr.home L. Bradford in New Jersey left for last his Monday.sum-

Amos Cramer and family startedfor you are disappointedabout JONES[ GOES JUST THE[ SAM[

We are showing a beautiful line of Easter their northern home in Pennsyl- getting a new Eas-

Cards, Booklets, Folders and other suitable ar- vania ing us they We were regret very their estimable leav- ter Suit we can put your

ticles for gifts.Reasonable. people. A "good-bye" reception was old one in good condi-

prices on everything. Post given them Monday evening. Re- tion for just such occas-

Cards cent each. freshments were served and all joinedin ions. My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
wishing them a safe journey home months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
and an assurance of a hearty welcome
\v. s. BRANCH, when they return.W. ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. same time it always has.

D. Gleason, of Orlando, one of
The Arcade Book and Music Store TIME TABLE
our former residents, was in town Dry Cleaning
greeting old friends Monday and Steam Cleaning

Tuesday.J. Pressing and Repairing Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
S. Barklow shipped 50 quarts of
strawberries to Orlando Tuesday.John I I
i Hill, J. H. Estes and A. E. Read Down Read Up
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Boyce transacted business in the COUQ-:

ty seat Tuesday.The FOR Aol\I.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. A.l\l. P. l\r.lP. 1\1.
children and some old childrenare I
SHEET making preparations for Easter Orlando 6:30,10.15;I 3:00 9.30 6.00
METAL CO. 1.30'1
services at the chapel next Sunday Bargain Hunters. Ocoee 7:3o'I' I.15 4:00 8.3C 5.00Winter

which are expected to be evry inter- ... Garden ''I 7:45\11:30 4.30 8.15 I2.tS 4.45 .
esting. Services will i
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos 11 a. m.ANOTHER. commence at Oakland 8:00.---: 4:30 8.00 -- 4.30

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and Rubber Roofings BRITISH STEAMER: IS

Cornices Skylights.Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings SUNK BY A SUBMARINE 2V acres fine truck landon ,I The Osceola Pocono. Manor Inn

London March 31.The Ellerman good street, fenced, i Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor Pa
Line steamer Flaminian, with
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO a gen-
eral cargo, from Glasgow to Cape nearly all cleared, small J. W. HURLEY
Town, was sunk off the Scilly Isles
Monday, March 2'J: presumably by a building price $750, half MANAGERCAREY

German submarine. The members of cash, balance to suit. -
the crew were saved.
The Flaminian, a British steamer, Also a group of 3 fine .

was of 2,218 net tons. Shipping records building lots on East Cen-
The Orlando Meat MarketT. located her at London on March HAND
3rd. tral Avenue, near my resi-
A. YANCY. Manager dence. Improved by walks,
BOMBARD TilE FORTS shade trees,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice AT VERDUN
Price low to party who will EMBALMERAll
Florida and Western Meats
Paris, March 31.-After seven build. :

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. months continuous effort the Germans
have finally got near enough to Ver-
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders dun to bombard the forts defendingthe calls answered Promptly Day

PHONES { Business '35 [P. O. BOX 226 Fort city.Douamont, five miles north- or Night. Hand Block.
Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
east of the city, has ben violently TAYLOR
DR. A. J.
shelled! by heavy guns. Orlando, Florida}

F, / We sell only GERMANS; THREE ARE 905 East Central Avenue
= Pure

; 'r.Drut$ London, March 31.-Renter's Libau --

correspondent says that as a resultof
I two bombardments of Libau by the .I
German fleet three persons have been I
killed and seven wounded, and fifteen Pure Ice Cream
houses have been damaged. Tel-
? -r' i. ': '' graph wires also have been wrecked ,

__ and the steamer Balticka, in port, .
: ; sustained damage. !
r7 I I When you want PURE ICE For Easter we will make

SNOW ALSO IN GEORGIA j CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in all ,

you don't believe that we take flavors and special moulds. ;
Augusta, Ga., March 31.-A fall of
I I in its .
the greatest care manuW'e make our Ice Cream from
uuiettr; I snow, lasting between 45; minutes and s EASTER LILLIES ,
; .f, facture and watch us
: :an hour, occurred here between andS come up tubercular tested cows. All ;
o'clock this make it. You will be surprised RABBITS I 1
l i morning. There was cans, moulds and everythingused
\\\\\1\I\ \ ; ; I considerable sleet before the snow. ate care every detail is given. f
\\ ; However, the temperature was considerably i Any kind you want, any time in the manufacture of our EGGS II' <

above freezing, and the I' Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilI'ISrACIIIO'I BRICKS t
you want it. In any quantity
snow and sleet melted as it fell.
1 ized. ;
taY from
a quart up.
c i t L BRICKS OF 1, 2. 3 and 4 t
HUERTA \ILS TO SOUTH You are cordially invited to ;
,1t1 :e t 1 AMERICA I I COLORS
i inspect our factory at any
In fact anything
time. you want.
Cadiz, Spain, March 31.-General
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. Huerta, former dictator of Mexico
Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the and his family sailed from here yesterday .
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. for Buenos Aires, aboard the
Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not steamer Antonio Lopez.
t allow it.You. HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. NO POLICE COURT 11'EDNESD.IYOrlando
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. I

MERCK'S PHARMACY I: i.- further demonstrating PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
f its goodnesfor: there wano case or 4
fI I THE REXALL STORE ,the police docket )"esterda). I

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the Orlando party to be served the Orlando Monday afternoon, closingher

refreshments provided for them. This JJ
bungalow after the winter season.
Castle, Fla., March 31- Fri was looked after by :Mrs. C. H.
This house is winter and
day evening, March 26, an entertain- Matchett and Mrs" G. C. Shackleton.It popular sum-

ment for the benefit of the school was estimated that 150 people mer for camping parties. JIQ /

piano fund was given in the audito- were in the auditorium Friday evening Brother King Jones has announcedthat

rium of the school building. The pro- and the sum realized is gratifyingto protracted meetings will be be-

gram was arranged by the school those who worked to make the gun the Saturday before the fourth
teachers, fce Misses Frances and Bil-
evening a success. Sunday in April, and run up to the
lee May and Mrs. L. L. Scott, ably assisted -
In regard to the next entertain- quarterly conference, which meets 4kif
by Mrs. C. H. Hoffner. It was '
ment: Mrs. W. J. Perry, of Nar- here May 1 and 2. lie will be assisted -
miscellaneous, furnishing both mirth
coossee, the eldest sister of the Misses by the Rev. Geo. S. Roberts and
and deep pleasure, children and
grown Frances and Billee May, will soon be the presiding elder. Rev. Smith Hard t is -

people taking part. While our own here on a visit. She is a whole en- ing is to preach on Sunday, May a a
talent was greatly in evidence the
tertainment to herself and she will 2,and if found advisable, the meetingswill /

program was very decidedly enhancedby take part in our next. She is pos- be carried on for another week. f':4
the orchestra from the Orlando
sessed of a heart in proportion to her- Rev. Henry Slater spoke in the
high school. This noble band of
self, who tips the scales at a good Methodist Church at Conway, Sun- ( .
chiming young people was a pleasing
heavy weight, and we can put it down day. Mr. Jos. L Sunday taking him .
sight to the eye as well as giving us ,1 Exclusive Easter Noveltiesin
that we will have something to en- over in his auto. r
the pleasure of hearing them play.
joy with her overflowing good spirit. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheldon lee;
Professor and Mrs. J. W. Simmons Women's Attire
We will be pleased to announce the Sunday morning for their home at
chaperoned the party, and under the
guidance of Pro. Harry Newell, who date of our next entertainment as Ashville, N. C. after a stay of some Everyone of these sections throughout this house is now
soon as we know what day it will be.
length at Pine Castle.
has done so splendidly with these filled to completeness with large and comprehensive collectionof

young people, their presence was a Mr. Frederick William Reed the Easter Merchandise. For several months our buying or-

:Mrs. Wm. S. Manns, who has been aged father of Dr. S. W. Reed passed in
delight to all present. Messrs. L. ) ganization has been busily engaged placing immense orders

C. Newell and Alton Sphaler looked spending the winter at the home of away Friday, March 26, at 4.30 p.m. i and selecting from the production of the most noted designers

after the conveyance of the Orlando her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Anderson, Mr. Reed had been confined to his the rarest, most exclusive and the most charming novelties

party. Mr. NewelFs car met with a left Sunday for her own home at Cin- room for some weeks, but his illness that it has ever been posible for us to secure.It .

regrettable mishap, the only' thing cinnati, Ohio. was pronounced as simply the nat- is a representative brilliant collection such as will

that we wish had not happened, and :Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Saul paw, oi ural failing of old age. He was born make this store more widely recognized as a style center of

though it caused a delay the eveningwas Tennessee, who have occupied the July 22, 1833, and if he had lived a the greatest consequence, not only among the residents of Ore -

very full of enjoyment for Pine Fuller residence efor the past six few months longer, he would have !_- lando and vicinity, but by the many hundreds of visitors who

Castle people. The program, which weeks, 'left for their home on Friday. passed his 83rd anniversary. His come to our city each year.

was lengthy, is not here given in full, These people made themselves very birth occurred at Landsend, England
M", and he of the
was always proud fact
but every number was-good. We men- much liked and we are pleased to
that he was a native of dear old ":\Ierrie TYPES OF THE BEST FAVORED VOGUES IX WOMEN'STAILOIIED
tion especially the piano solo of Miss know of their intention to come againto
Laura Barr, a beautiful little miss of Pine Castle. England;" but he loved his adopted SUITS

Mansfield, Ohio( who with her par- Rev. Henry Slater returned home country wher the greater part of
his l life was spent. He was precededin Such is the character of the styles and the extensivenessof
ents is visiting at the home of her Friday morning from sad trip he
sister, Mrs. P. M. Shannibarger, and had had. He accompanied a home death some years by his wife and the displays of tailored Suits in this section, at all times of

young had made his home since with his the year, but especially just at present, that to them must be
also the piano duet by the Misses Mr. Rollins, who had come South in
Henrietta and May Wigman, of New an effort to regain health, but was only child, Dr. S.V.. Reed. In his attributed a very considerable portion of prestige of this storeas

York city, two dear little 'ladies who in such a condition that he was not life, Mr. Reed's busiess professionhad an authoratative source of the world's latest and best fash-

with their mother are visiting their benefited. He decided to home been that of a veterinary sur- ions. We are showing a splendid line in Silk Poplins, Pongee

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mr. Slater went with him go and geon, in which he had been successful, Gabendine, Wool Poplins and Palm Beach, and all moderately
but he had been
retired from active
Scholhauer, and their aunts, Mrs. Mr. Rollins lived just four days after
Wigman and Mrs. J. W. Matchett. practice for twenty-five years. He -- -
reaching his home, which was at Red-
was always known as a great lover
Those who took part in the enter- house, W. Vc THE MASTER THOUGHT OF LEADING DESIGNERS OF
of the domestic animals. At the age:
tainment or helped in any way with :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Livengood and
of 12 years Mr. Reed, with his pa- WOMEN'S COSTU IES'A
the arrangements those having at
4 ; Mrs. Chas. Livengood have recently

heart the interests of the school, wishto returned from a trip to Tampa. They rents and for brothers America.and sisters, left thorough inclusive research among all the leading de-
England This in
assure these participants of their will be with us fora, number of weeks the when was and very critical selections have brought to this section -

sincere appreciation of their kind efforts yet before leaving for their home at in their days crudest sailing form. vessels During were the : not only the largest but the most magnificient representation -

; also they wish to thank every- Charleston, W. Va. of exclusive modes we have ever displayed in any pre-
voyage over the great waters all the
body in the audience, for the actual Mr. and Mrs. Stubbins, of Lake vious season. Materials of Taffeta, Crepe Metiors, Crepe de

coin goes very far in paying for the Holden' were guests Sunday of Mr: privations and suffering known on the Chine and Silk Poplins in all the wanted shades, priced at

piano, and those who sent money, not and :Mrs. F. W. Anderson.Mr. ocean were experienced. A terrible $18.00 to $27.50. .
storm drove the of its
ship out
being able to attend, are thanked for : and Mrs. Frank Helms, of Or-
course and they were 13 weeks and 3
help. lando, were visiting among friends days upon the water. Food and OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT, SHOWING time, which is important, gladden the ;

The'gift of Mr. B. T. Kuhl, of Or- here Sunday, coming out in their new drinking water gave out, the ship was ALL THE NEWEST STYLES hearts of the youngsters.

lando, of money for the piano fund, Ford. Norfolks and Plain Suits with patch
badly crippled, and the crew mutined, Wash Waists in Lawns Linen Dimities
brought down by Mr. J. '\\V. Matchettand Several Orlandoites attended our pockets, all sizes in serges, Scotch tweeds
and there hand
was desperate to Voiles Batiste Plain and Figured Japs and
handed to Mrs. S. Frank Phillips, school entertainment: Miss Martha hand battles the men. Mr. and crashes. Also a splendid line of Wash
among Tub Silks.
is here publicly acknowledged and a Weeks, Mrs. Morton H. Jones, Miss Suits in all the late styles.
Reed, a child of tender sufferedthe
of de Chines
years Also a beautiful line Crepe ,
"thank Lillian Jones
grateful you" given to Mr. and the :Misses Evans
cruelty of a brutal sailor who Nets and ---- --- -- -
Chiffon Laces
Kuhl. were noted as being in the audience.Mr. Georgette Crepes, ,
forced him to drink salt water, and Novelty Silks. NEW STYLES IN KUPPENHEIMER
b At the time 'last year of an enter- and Mrs. E. N. Coy, of Orlando -
:Mr. Reed
tainment for this benefit when spent Sunday afternoon, and stay-
same ,
of his
life. After these dark days SMART AND CLEVER STYLES IN
Mrs. Phillips and her daughter, Miss ing over night with Mr. and Mrs. C. and troublesome times, finally the SKIRTS MEN

Loradele, endeavored to sell some C. Hall, returned to Orlando Monday. calm Spring and Summer of 1915
came, and when things were
tickets in Orlando, they were liberally Capt. C. P. Hall, of ShelbourneFalls Stylish Skirts in Coverts, Checks, Ga-
clear enough to be seen the ship was Easter Suits both for
ptaronized by Mrs. Jas. L. Giles, Mrs. :Mass., and brother, :Mr. J. E. bardines, Taffetas and File Silks, excellent stylish ,
found to be in
the midst of Our
a great
dress and business new
H. L. Beeman, Mrs. C. G. Westcottand Hall, of Bnittleboro, Vt., were recent values at $5.00 to $15.00 purposes.
shoal .
Mr. Mahlon Gore. This kindnesswas visitors at \he home of their cousin, of whales, the boat was always Wash Skirts, a beautiful line in all the styles in Kuppenheimer! Clothing is the
believed to have been then in the
best ready-to-wear line made, carefullyto
a great help to us and our grati-, Mr. C. C. HilL newest materials and latest styles, $1.25
southern waters, but it was never tailored from the smartest spring suitings,
tude to them still is warmly felt and The Miller Di...-can tile company has $7.50.AN .
really known where they were when priced at $16.50 to $25.00.
acknowledged.We added a feed room to their store
the storm abated. After a few days PICOther lines of splendid Clothing priced
building which makes an addition in EXEMPLARY DISPLAY OF
have school .
a good and
building more they made their landing
some- at $10.00 to $18.00.
: the building line for Pine Castle. TURESQUE BEAUTY IN EASTER
a large hall and of course a piano was where on the north-eastern coast. Also latest styles in Palm Beach Suits.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Shackletonand MILLINERY
a needed. We had no ready money to :Mr. Reed's family then crossed the line of Shirts Hats and
buy a piano and the plan of paying mother, Mrs. Agnes Shackleton, country to that section which is now The extreme delicacy of perception and Neckwear in all the latest styles.,

f for one with entertainments was en- of Grand Rapids, Mich., and their covered by the city of Cleveland, O. the artistic style touch of the master de-
cousin, Mrs. A. A. Smith, of Chicago, defined characteristicsof
signer clearly
tered into. Let are
us go on with our It was a vast wilderness then, they
who have spent the winter at Mrs.Salisbury's THOSE NEW PUMPS AND SLIPPERS
good intentions and see it entirely made their home on the banks of the these chic Easter modes. The widest

paid for. There are few people who bungalow on Lake Con- Cayahoga river, and there experienced possible latitude for the effecting of dis- FOR EASTER

forget their school days, and what are way, left :Monday morning for their the hardships of pioneering, and distinctly different modes is afforded in We have them in White Canvas

the memories; not always the hard respective northern homes. They are the hard illnesses of ague, the coun- the comprehensiveness of shapes, materials $2.00 to $4.00

lessons or cross teachers, but most pleasant winter visitors here and :Mr. try being as full of malaria as any and trimmings. They comprise hats In White Buck ____________$3.50 to $5.00

always the singing of our class songs, and Mrs. Shackleton help' in the Sab- place could be; but Mr. Reed lived to which are becoming to every ;style! of Patent, Kid and Gun Metal3.00 to $5.00

and they were learned with the aid bath school and in our entertainmentswhile see it cleared up and developed into beauty, yet possess a distinctive IndlvlduaIity -
they are with us, and we hope Just received lot of Pat-
of a musical instrument. What ten- one of the most beautiful and thriv- of their own, and all moderately
they will come again and again but ent Pumps with new sand color i
der ; priced.
listen are aroused today whenwe say, now, we think some of the rest ing cities of America. A few years cloth tops in latest styles at ______$4.00
to school
children singing.The ago Dr. S. W. Reed moved to Tasso,
greatest people in the world meet of us will get some fish. :Tenn., and his father came with them OUR BOYS DEPARTMENT IS READY Full line of Men's Oxfords for

occasionally with their classmates; at Mr. andIrs.. Shakleton enter- ,and later on they came to Florida,and FOR EASTER spring just received, White can-

some reunions we read of men coming tained Wednesday evening with a have lived in Pine Castle several We are abundantly equipped this year, vas new buck, Palm Beach, Tan,

from every direction, great distances, farewell party to their nearest neigh- years. Grandpa Reed, as he sailed on better than ever before, to supply the Gun Metal, Kid and Patent,

to join in singing their class songs bors. t the sea of life, had 'lead an upright, wants of all mothers, and at the same prices from ____________$3.50 to $6.00

for the sake of "Auld Lang Syne." Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. honorable and useful l life, and his ,

Let us not neglect the children of Wm. Wigman entertained the young people and friends know truly that he :

Pine Castle, but let us rally again and people of Pine Castle and a very is now safely anchored in the "Haven HAVE YOU COMPARED YOUR NUMBERS? Look them over and come in and
good time was had by all present. get premium.
perhaps again to do something for of Rest. lour

the benefit of our public school. following Mr. and Mrs.of Wigman friends_ have and a great The funeral services were held at 5781 2950 1039 11698 5000 :

The entertainment of Friday evening exceedingly young popular with theyare the the residence of his son, on Saturday : 5126 9928 1642 6012 7003

netted $27.50. This reduces the 3636 3929 4160 3001 10896
young people of this place to whom afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. H.1.. : -
debt considerably, but still there remains they have furnished Ingram addressed the gathering of : 2265 6326 9626 7928 10254
many an enjoy-
f an amount to be paid. The able party. Refreshments in abun- friends with words that were beau- 8460 11325 888j 4841 4054

Drennen-Lattner company would like dance were served and the tiful in simplicity, and turned all our :

to close the account this winter. We young thoughts to paradise, to the shining :
are still talking of the fun they
4 will at once begin to arrange another had at Wigman's.The shore where the good father was join- ROOF GARDEN ToNightFOUR
entertainment for the benefit of the
Pine Castle Board of Trade is ing his loved ones who had gone be- ,

piano, and it will be given in a few at work and success is wished to them fore, Miss Frances May, Mr. S. REELS AT EVERY SHOW i ii
weeks. We beg our good people to Frank Phillips Mrs. Wm.
by all people who want Pine Castleto Roberts i
patronize this and then our efforts and Mr. C. H. Hoffner "Lead
grow. They have under consideration sang : i
will have to go over until the next an auction sale in the future Kindly Light" and "Abide With Me." Gold Seal Drama, 3 Reels, Grace Cunard,
winter season. near The burial Nestor Comedy, Forde, Lyons, Moran ;
which will be the occasion of a was made in Powell Ceme- Francis Ford.

We extend a vote of thanks to Prof. barbecue. The date has not been decided tery. The funeral was largely atten- i

and Mrs. Simmons and to Prof. Newell but will be ded and was conducted by Mr. Will "A COATS A COAT" :
upon announced in 'THE PHANTOM OF THE VIOLIN"
for bringing their young friends good time. Hammond of Orlando.

the Orlando high school orchestra to Mrs. S. Frank Phillips who is just Mrs. Braddock entertained the newly --
Pine Castle; and toliss Elmina formed
recovering from a severe illness Literary Society of the
Gould and the Messrs. Admission Free until 6.30 Admission Nights 5c.
t Charles Lim- greatly appreciates the many kind young people of Jennie Jewel Colonyon : p.m. and lOc. ; |

pus, Justin Schumann, Donald Helms expressions!' which greeted her Friday Friday evening, at her home with .

Norman Langenbach, and our own evening upon her first public appear- a book social. At the social 100 ..

Eugene Hoffner for the excellent music ance after many weeks of being annvalid. books were given to the library which

the furnished us Friday oening. ;I they; are forming, and very likely Y owell-Dllckworth Co.
We hope to have these I
young people
King Jones filled his appoint- some Pine Castle folks can donate a

assist us again next year, and we ment Sunday in Union Chapel. book or two. We will endeavor to exchange .

plan to treat them right royally at Rev. E. A. Milton of Kissimmee, coutesies with this colony of "

this future occasion.Mr. was visitor here Saturday.Mr. progressive people, and perhaps there : Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It.

and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler contrib- E. L. Sphaler returned Satur- will be many enjoyable occassions for .

uted to part of the pleasure of Fri- day from a visit with relatives at I both places. .

day evening 1 .IIII'I"IIII'III'III"III.'r'f.i
by; opening their home, Plant City. I (Continued on page 7) -tMPinecastle -

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DAILY I I Kissing through a screen: is scheduledto OFFICIAL BALANCE SHEET OF OUR BIG SPECIAL TODAY -
1- begin in the state of Wisconsin in THE GAINS AND LOSSESOF Nice line of shad and shrimp. II. M. I

South Florida SentinelMORNING the near future. When TilE ALLIES Self & Co., Parlor Market. 4-2-ltc
SCREENED the love-lorn youth

AND WEEKLY KISSES. has imprinted a kiss (New York Herald LOST-On Orange avenue, Thursday FRIDAY AND SATURDAYSpecials i
W. M. GLENN .....n..............Editor upon the lips of his ) morning, a woman's dark blue
W. C. ESSINGTON .. ....BuineM Manager sweetheart through the meshes of From a French official source a his- .
r -- ; torical review of the winter reefer. Finder please address LockBox 'I
f Entered at the paetoffice at Orlando. Florida this kissing screen which effectually strikes a balance of gains and losses 101, :Maitland Fla. 4-2-3tc *
muzzles him and the -
Second Class Mail Matter. keeps germs .
'. as between the allied and the German tf t :
f from straying beyond the confines of
; SUBSCRIPTION RATES his mustache the maiden should gen- forces" in France as follows: ON ESSENTIALS FOR EASTER i

Daily. 1 Year ...................... $5.00 tly toss the screen in one corner of 1. A general progress of our ,
r Daily 6 Months...................... Z.b0 the room. The next time he calls troops, very marked at certain points. AMICIS: UTILIS (make yourself useful to your i
a Daily 3 Month ...................... I-25 "2. A general falling back of the friends). We'll try to do this Friday and Saturday. We'll
.............. another screen is to be used thus
Daily. I Month ......... *0 keeping up the demand for screens so enemy except" to the northeast of i try to make these two days red letter days in the history: I

t Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00r that the supply will never exceed the i Soissons. FOR SALEA of the store. We'll make price reductions on the things I
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN demand.[ The writer continues: you find essential to complete your Easter apparel and.well J
ALL ADVANCETO o "Tn complete the balance it must be make price reductions on things that youll find necessary -

One night we were all seated on the added that- to your wants AFTER Easter.
ADVERTISERS: veranda of a pleasant country house "1. The German offensive in Poland These two days will be profitable to you. COME: I

E Et -all other hand-Mt well without the city was checked a month ago.
Copy for display and HOSIERY
2. The Russian
l adrertiiinr most be handco in at the bo ineM POWER OF limits, watching a dis- offensive continues I
I If r' office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. THE PRESS play of fireworks, says in Galicia and the Carpathians. The Gordon, The Phoenix The Kayser, and Everwear.
the day before publication. This rule applies the Cleveland Plain "3. A large part of the Turkish Any $1.00 quality of these makes t
to change for contract advertising: it iInrariable Caucasian has been
f f I and will be strictly adhered to. dealer. The restrictions of the city "4. Germany army has exhausted annihilated.her resources new two-story Friday and Saturday, S9c.
could not touch us; it was two days
t Subscribers desiring Th-- Sentinel discontinued early for the Fourth, but we were enjoying of officers (there are now on eight room modern RIBBONS
t should notify the office in writing on an average twelve officers to a regiment -
f the date of expiration otherwise it will bee ourselves. The mosquitoes ), and henceforth will only be and unique dwell- Several hundred yards af 4 to 6 inch Ribbons. Beau-
themselves This
continued at the regular subscription rates.until were enjoying too.
able to develop her resources in men tiful fancy Floral Dresden, :Moire, Taffeta and Satin Kib- .
is received.
notice to
atop weather has encouraged
Telephone N.mb-r ......... ........... z* damp heap. All the girls were wearinglow to the detriment of the existing units. ing, with double bons. Worth from 35 to 45 cents
; "5. The allied armies, on the con- Friday and Saturday, 19c.
shoes and all the girls were
APRIL 1913. sleeping porches
the ,
! twitching and wiggling. Their ankles trary, possess power of reinforc-

were pretty, but bait. ing themselves. in a very considerable modern garage and GAUZE VESTSThe

Whiskey drowns some troubles- Only one girl in the party was degree."It quality that you usually pay 15 cents for its our
and floats a whole lot more. calm. And at last a male member of may therefore be declared that butlers quarters, leading line at 10 cents.
o the crowd asked her how she in order to obtain complete success it I
managed -
Nobody is knitting socks for the it."Simple. is sufficient for France and her allies very pretty location Friday and Saturday, 2 for 15c.

Mexicans. But then there are no cold ," she grinned. I wear to know with how to wait and prepare victory overlooking Lake THE "KAYSER" SILK GLOVES
: feet in Mexico. newspapers inside my stockings. Mosquitoes -
o can't bite through paper. "The German offensive is broken. Eola. $4500.00 will Every quality we carry will be reduced for the two
The "The German defensive will be days. Here's the reductions:
More nature faking The power of the press-who can
( .) Globe suggests that the bull estimate it? broken in its turn." buy this if taken Regular ;30c. Friday and Saturday, 41 cents

moose sing its swan o song.- The Lord is my shepherd o shall not LOST-PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN now, it is a bargain. Regular $1.00, Friday and Saturday, 89 cents _,

St. Louis is working for a $50,000 want for rest for lie makfth me to BETWEEN MY HOME ON WEST Regular $1.25: Friday and Saturday, 98 cents
lion house. Must be going to cage lie down in green pas- STREET AND SENTINEL OFFICE. Regular $1.50, Friday and Saturday, 1.39
Bernard Shaw the well known Brit- THE 23rd tures. REWARD FOR RETURN TO W. C.

ish lion. PSALM.: I shall not want for ESSINGTON.. 4-2-tf 100 CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES

o refreshment for lie In Chambray, Percale Gingham, Ripplette and Galatea.All .
Some day this country will get leadeth me beside still waters.I the newest styles and colorings in both plain and fancy
tired of legislative bluffs and evolve a shall not want for forgiveness, DoctorsBiiekiiiaster weaves.
system of paying its legislators for for lie restoreth soul.I .
my S.Oolive & SonREAL Regular 50c. Friday and Saturday 23; cents
results only. shall not want for guidance, for ,
-o- He[ leadeth me in the paths of right- & Brunte( Regular 60c.. Friday and Saturday 30 cents

Life is just one little sigh after an- eousness for His name's sake.I Regular $1.00 Friday and Saturday, 50 cents

other. The first of April has passed shall not want for companionship, OSTEOPATHS ESTATE Regular $1.25; Friday and Saturday, 63; cents
into oblivion and now the Easter hat pea, though I walk through the valley -
bills are due. of the shadow of death, I will fearno Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat Regular $1.50 Friday and Saturday, 75; cents

0 evil for Thou art with me.I Kirksville, Mo. No.3 WEST PINE STREET Regular $2.25; Friday and Saturday, $1.15
'The weather man is advised that shall not want for comfort for
if he has any rain in stock he need Thy rod and Thy staff they comfortme. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Second Floor BOYS RIPPLETTE WASH SUITS

not hesitate to send it along. right at National Bank. Phone 578. Two piece Suits, well made of best quality of Rip-
: this season. I shall not want for sustenance for plette, in two color effects. Ages from 2 years to 8 years

Thou preparest a table before me in Regular 65c.; Friday and Saturday 39 cents '
When a man says he has "perfect the presence of mine enemies.I ,
control" over his wife it usually shall not want for joy for Thou Regular 75c.; Friday and Saturday -19 cents

means he can make her do just what- anointest my head with oil and my Regular $1.25: Friday and Saturday, 89 cents I
ever she pleases. cup runneth over.I .
o shall not wait for anything in NEW SILK DRESSESOur

After a man has acquired a reputa- this life for surely goodness and Ready to Wear Department when it advertises
tion for being lazy his conscience mercy shall follow me all the daysof specially always gives something worth talking about
doesn't trouble him when his wife is my life.I and the price is ALWAYS right. This Special is what we I
doing washing for the neighbors. shall not want for anything in the have left of the Exhibition Gowns shown at the Grand a

o life to come for I will dwell in the short while since. You probably saw them then, and went,
Believers in the indications of the house of the Lord forever.
like a good many others did, into ecstacies over them. Perhaps
stars will be delighted to know that -Arranged by John R. Mott. you thought then that they were beyond your pocket.
foretell decided revival in
the stars a o These reductions should make you change your mind.
business and that Orlando's building However even the "dry" legislatorslike
operations will continue unabated.One to spout floods of eloquence. Magnolia AvenueI Regular $32.30 Friday and Saturday, 21.50

o o Regular $35.00; Friday and Saturday, 27.10

thing that may account for the ISXT: THAT FUNNY? Reguldr $3r.50 Friday and Saturday, 28.90
s S opposition of naval men to the sub- have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
Regular $45.00 Friday and Saturday $30.00
marine is that it lacks the comfortsof Susie Snow's auntie is than ,
a fashionable hotel nearly all of she is! younger uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. Regular $17.50, Friday and Saturday, $32.90

which are available in a dreadnaught. Tommy Tuck's uncle is than NOTE-The! store's is not to
younger This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a policy carry over Readyto
o he is!
Wear Goods from one season to another. We have just
Monarchs of Europe have a double Isn't that funny! I don't understandit number of bearing fruit trees. one Coat Suit left, regular value $20.00, size 40. The first i
&. role as beautifiers. With one hand ; one that it will fit Friday or Saturday gets it for $2.98. :
they are decorating their heroic sub- Wonder what queer fairy godmother I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
jects and with the other hand they planned it? PALM BEACH CLOTH
are endeavoring to keep their crownson My aunts and uncles old-almost feet off south end.
are Another shipment to hand, in both the plain and silk
straight. thirty; stripe weave. We will only put a limited quantity on of.
The house is in good condition and is arranged into
o They're always asking, "Now
are this extremely fashionable fabric so early buying is ad-
Europe's centuries of belligerency your hands dirty?" light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in- vised. 40 inches wide
have been deal like aching "Isn't it bedtime?" "You've learnedall
a an Friday and Saturday, 49c.
and ulcerated tooth. It has been pos- your spelling?" come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .

sible to stop the ache for a time but Then they talk' stupid thingsshopping CASCADEUX CREPEThe
bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
the old trouble was always ready. to and selling. most fashionable Silk fabric in vogue. This is the
give fresh demonstrations.How Tommy Tuck's uncle is not more than BARGAIN. Silk that Altmans of New York specialize more than any

o 'leven other. Its uncrushable, dust shedding, non-spotting and
much did you think of bettingon Susie Snow's auntie is orly just seven. Cash or terms. almost everlasting in wear. Our regular price of $1.75 is

that prize fight at Havana? Keepit It makes pieces me, laugh myself almost to considerably lower than Altmans. We'll cut it still lower a

in your clothes. You don't want to Uncles and aunts obey nephews and Friday and Saturday, to $1.19

bet on Johnson, and you dassent bet nieces! 40 inches wide in all the new Spring colors. '
-Grace McKinstry, in N. Y. Tribune.
on Willard. Don't pay any attentionto 36-INCH SILK POPLIN

the dope. If Willard wins, it will MY CIRCUS Everybody knows this fabric not only for its good

be like a limberger cheese conqueringa wear but for its exceptionally fine appearance. In every
piece of festering bone. Keep your When I was sick and lay in bed, S. Y. WAY wanted color including black. It is exceptionally good
Too weak to raise hands or head
my value for dollar.
money off the fight, and give; it to the I watched the shadows on the wall; one Friday and Saturday, 79c

Associated Charities, if you are scared How they would change and rise and

i it will burn a hole in your pocket.- fall! Insurance and Real Estate Agent FANCY DRESS LAWNS
And queerest creatures I could trace
Jacksonville Metropolis.The That danced or marched with stately 50 pieces more will be put on sale for Friday and
o Saturday. Every piece bought for this season's selling.

With horns pace. and PHONE 172 All the Dainty Dolly Varden, Chintz Floral and conven-
weather is still bad jn the tails-so odd, un
known- tional designs so much in style this season are in the
North and many of the exchanges
Twas 'like a circus all- own!
which desk tell about it my range.Worth and 15
come to our -Alice 12c c. yard
Lovett in N. Y. Tribune.
in this vein: The weather man has Friday and Saturday 8 yards for 79c. .

been the old old GUARDIAN'S SALE
certainly acting on ,
theory that variety is the spice of Notice is hereby given that four weeks from
the date hereof to-wit on the 30th day of A straight ten cent quality, close even weave, heavyweight
life. One day last week there was April. A. D. 1915. I will apply to the county absolutely free from dressing,

rain, sleet and sunshine while on judge the of city Orange of Orlando.county,Florida Florida for at his an officein orderto Friday and Saturday, 10 yards for 69c

Saturday there was snow at intervalsfor sell at private sale as guardian of P. R.
Fulton a minor heir of Charles O. Fulton de.ceased EMBROIDERED; DRESS GOODSAre
large of the And the
a day.
the interest of said minor in and to
weather has been cold and damp right the following Iota or pieces of land lying and very fashionable, yet for two days we are goingto
being situate in Orange county Florida to- TEI\ give our customers the benefit of price reductions.
along from winter to this date. wit -
: Embro Voiles, Embro Lace Cloths, Embro French
An undivided one-seventh interest in ;
o Crepes, Embro Swiss Lenolettes. etc., etc.
half of southwest quarter, north two and one-
The late Lord Londonderry of England half chains of southwest quarter of southwest Regular value 89c., Friday and Saturday, 68c

r. left an estate valued at two and quarter quarter.of section southeast twenty-nine quarter(29)of).northwest township Regular value $1.25; Friday and Saturday, 88c
a half million dollars. A somewhat twenty-two, (22)) south or range thirty (30) CITY Regular value, $1.50, Friday and Saturday, 1.18
east containing one hundred and twentyfiveacres
1 unusual clause in his will reads as more or less. MEN'S APPAREL '
Said interest in said land to be sold for
k.\ follows: the purpose of reinvestment of the funds of PURE TABLE WATER25c We have just received a shipment of PALM BEACH
r "I further wish that death shall said minor. Terms rash.
my Dated" April %.1915.. SUITS made by the famous firm of Hart Schaffner &
;;. not be allowed to cast more gloom MRS II. C. FULTON, :Marx
i than is absolutely unavoidable upon 4-2-4tw as Guardian of P. R. Fulton Minor. Special Price for Easter, $10.00

f those with whom I have been so long LADIES'. SHOES

t- and so happily associated but that NOTICE Bottle, Half Gallon The Dodge Auto has to achieve popularity. The Dodge

I my relations and kind friends will not Notice is hereby given that under and by Shoe has already made its mark. We are the sole representatives -
virtue of a certain execution' issuing of
\. allow my death to make any differ- the county court of Hillsborougrh county.out Florida $2.75 Case of 12 BottlesA for this magnificient make. In order to intro
ence in their arrangements, but that in that certain cause wherein, Jose Fran- duce them thoroughly$ we specialize on four qualities.
quiz is plaintiff and Wash Anderson and S. L. Combinations Black and white black with cloth inlay.
they will pursue their engagementsand Reece. copartners doing business as Anderson
! combination sand and black. Bronze.
& Reece. are defendants I have levied
diversions exactly as if that event the following, described property lying upon and charge of 5c extra for bottle, ASK TO SEE THEM
had not happened." being in Orange county, Florida. to-wit:
The west half h. 0 quarter (SW 1-4 of the southeast quarter refunded when empty bottle is
SB 1-4) of the southeast
quarter (SE 1-4),
One often wonders what of
the city
section sixteen (lGI. township twenty (::0)
Q. Orlando would be without its regular south range twenty-seven t27) east: and will returned.
. offering of jolly, sell the same at the front door of the courthouse i DICKSONIVES CO.
DRUMMERS: IX tireless and inde- of said county on Monday. the 3rd day
t of May. A. D. 191:>. the same being the Rule
.r ORLAXDO.: fatigable commer- Day in said month. between the legal hours .
cial salesman, who of sale at public auction to the highest' and DELIVERY FREEMcELROY'S
travel through the city streets. who best bidder therefor for rash to satisfy the I

jolly old and young alike, who feel for said said suit judgment a transcript and costs of thereof which judgment recovered has in .DEPARTMENT STORE.:
the depressed and who will often on been recorded in the clerk's office of Orange
r low salaries go forth dressed better county. Florida .. .
Dated this let day of April. A. D. 1913.
than "Solomon in all his glory. A i
J. F. GORDON. Sheriff.By .
p calling where one is forever divingon C. A. VIVIAN D. S. PHARMACYAgents ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

i his nerve the drummer must be 4-2-4tw I The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
the coolest of customers. And though
whole weeks often pass without a FOR SALE-One Studebaker auto, t tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

hoof welcome profit the good 20 horse power; two safes and fine at right prices
cheer is unabated; and through it all office fixtures. Inquire Phone 570, i
one must never gain the reputation Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo. '"
of being a "knoker" 4-2-6t I :ir

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

SOCIAL CALENDAR have rented a room at 17 Gould streetto 5 Cents 1'
Aril be used as a rescue home. It is
2 to 3 quite likely that the local W. C. T. U.

Today will assist in the cause.0 .MfMLi II111 "IIIIII'(
Mrs. W. C. Essington entertains for Miss Edith Spencer, who has been .
Mrs. Grasse and Miss Drennen. the guest of 1lissIame Thornton Reels

New England Association meetingat has returned to her home in Chicago. Imp. "Country Innocence featur- 4

Tourist Headquarters. ing Dorothy Phillips Edmund :Mortimer : ; 7 sAN
Saturday The Woman's Relief Corps was entertained and Howard Crampton, in two
Entre Nous Club; Mrs. Leon B. yesterday afternoon at the parts.
Fort hostess. home of Mrs. L. F. Brigham. Nestor. "Star Gazer," featuring

Saturday Auction Bridge Club. -0- llurdocklacQuarrie., in sympathetic
Mrs. W. E. Hardin, of New York, drama.
ST. LUKE'S entertained three tables of players at Sterling. Ford Sterling in a moon-
CATHEDRAL.Good a bridge party at the New Lucerne shine love comedy "Secret Service o 0
Friday services at the Cathe- Wednesday afternoon. JESSE L. LASKY Snitz." OPEN FACE WATCHis

dral will consist of morning prayer --o- Five cents to all.
and litany at 10 a. m., followed by Mrs. Jessie Miller and Miss Miller no more open than our method of conducting business. Throughnever

the three"hours' devotions, from 12 to of near Pittsburgh, Pa., left last presents the Illustrious Broad- misrepresenting, and selling at a moderate price, we have established -
3 p. m., the addresses during the latter evening for their home after a most CARD OF THANKSWe a clientele which \>e prize more than any one thing. let
service being from Bishop Mann's delightful season spent in Orlando.
us how you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelet, etc. U-
book "Comments at the Cross. -0-- way Star adopt this medium of thankingour UIh
Tomorrow Easter even, there will The Sorosis library will be closed friends and others for the many
be a celebration of the Holy Com- r all day to day because of Good FriIday. kind messages of sympathy and the ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS

rrunion at 7 a. m., morning prayer at J I < WALLACE beautiful floral offerings sent to us ,
10, and evening prayer confirmation during the illness and death of our

and address by the bishop at 7:30. WINTER PARK ITEMS husband and brother. Those kind- ==01:1. ____.d]
0MRS. nesses will ever be cherished as a

: SLEMONSCHARMING a picturization of the New mark of love and esteem for our departed .
Winter Park, Fla., April 1.-The Y. -
\ HOSTESS.The one. -- -
M.\ C. A. of
Young Matrons Card Club met Rollins College gave a :Mrs. D. Quina John Quina.
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Phil- Banquet to the students last week fol- York Hit
lowed by a big bonfire on the ball
ip Slemons at her home on North Or- GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS
three tables of auction field.The nr
ange avenue
social event of the
bridge players being present. A num- realized last Saturday when season Miss Mae was A GENTLEMAN:: OF LEISURE LucerneTODAY PAINT is easy with our paints. Just open
.. ber of friends substituted for absent
members-Miss Grace Holt for Mrs. Spooner was married to Mr. James the can and begin with the brush
Dickson, of Chicago. A
Glenn and Miss Mary Holt for Mrs. very large They are already mixed and the colors -
witnessed the ,
Davis. Among the guests were Mrs. company ceremony, A Paramount Picture in Five
Lege, who made the high score and Miss when Dr. Crosser, a former pastor of and ingredients are of the highest j
Spooner, spoke the words which I
peas received, Mrs.a Hauselt beautiful, Fudge of sweet Miss united the happy couple for life. The Big Parts grade known to the paint trade. Get j

Elizabeth Fudge Mrs. Hamilton Johnson bride received many beautiful and ex- THE ,/+ painted up for Easter. ;
Mrs. \V. S. Coleman, Mrs. Hal pensive gifts, testifying to the popu-
larity she enjoys. A very tasty lap
Beardall Mrs. Richard Marks Miss
Antoinette Slemons, Mrs. Sidney Ives supper was served to the guests, and FAMOUS "BULKLEYS"European Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Jr., Mrs. Geo. McCullough and Mrs. all went away with wishes for as
Joe Bumby Jr. pleasant a wedded life as the day and Novelty EntertainersMost 205 S. Orange Avenue
occasion .
The tallies were dainty and in keep- promised.The I
ing with the Easter season. Mrs. Ives funeral services for Mr. Keyes, Beautiful, refined and COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 <

made the high score for the club, and who died very suddenly one day last Spectacular Novelty Features.
week were held at the home Wednesday -
of china- -
was given a dainty piece
afternoon, Rev. C. E. Enlow HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"

ware.Mrs. W. M. Slemons joined the preaching the sermon. The Rollins
quartette sang two numbers.
players at tea time when delicious
4 refreshments were served. Sweet The remains will be deposited in the WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
vault until K. B. Feature .
later when burial will take Special complete

used peas very roses effectively, asparagus in the ferns drawingroom were place at their Vermont home. in two parts. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Mrs. C. E. Enlow
and the dining room was bright went to DeLong Something new Something New !
111., the first of the week to visit her
and Ask About it.
with nasturtiums potted geranius. Try it.
daughter Mr. Roland, Mrs D.Eva Barze Enlow Steele. "HEARTS AND PLANETS"A Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two for
The club will meet on April 14 with went up to three or more

Mrs. Gordon Wright. for Richmond a conference Va., the on first baseball of the matters.Dr. week. 10 cents 20 centsOrla"ndo Keystone Komedy. "Nuff Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
and Dr. Pratt at the Baptist church

Miss Cynthia McKee entertainedthe last Sunday morning. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
Capt. Harris is around .
again aftera
members of the Sans Souci Club "THE WAY OF THE WOMAN"An
lay-off on account of sickness.A Phone 26 Bakery
Wednesday afternoon, and three tables -
of the regular players contestedat great commotion has been stirredup Essany Drama.
auction, while a table of guests by the action of our local exchange Life In
voting to withdraw from the state ex-
played "rummy. change because of
The tallies for the day made rules that have
by Mrs. T. W. Mathews and on them worked a hardship on some of our Paragraph THIS BIG SHOW FOR THE

were painted quaint Dutch scenes. local growers. Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Miss Olive
has SAME
Mrs S. A. Robinson making the low Taylor been out of LITTLE PRICES.
school two weeks on account of ill- TAX COLLECTOR MARTIN' IS
__ score for yesterday, will make the
tallies for the next meeting of the ness.Miss PLEASED WITH SHOWING
Whitner is
in school W. E. Martin
Orange tax
club.The again after a siege with the -
guests included Mrs. S. A. Rob- grippe. collector, stated yesterday that more
inson, Mrs. Josiah Ferris, Mrs. JamesI. Miss Beatrice Enlow gave a birth- than 300 tax receipts had been issued
Thornton. Mrs. O. O. Robinson, day party to eleven of her school girl this year in excess of last year. During
:Mrs. T. W. lIathews.Irs.:: John friends on her tenth anniversary the March he collected more than FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Schnarr Mrs. W. G. Johnson, Mrs. I I $50,000 worth of taxes. In generalthe
Vesper services
Shupert Mrs. Wm. House, who playedfor are being held at showing has been gratifying for
the this
Mrs. McLean and made the highest college week being in chargeof this year. Mr. Martin still has a Established 1886
Rev. II. G.
score Mrs. J. N. McElroy, who Blackman had President number of receipts yet to writes
played for Mrs. Lege, Mrs. Kolloch, charge of the service There will not be a large number un-
and Miss Cynthia :McKee, the hostess. Sunday afternoon and Dr. Pratt paid.
will have charge of the service next

DAUGHTERS REVOLUTION.The AMERICAN.-0- Sunday Rollins-Stetson Enthusiasm afternoon ran at very 4 o'clock.high at the CARL MORRIS STEALING-0-ARRESTED FOR CURTIS & O'NEAL

balgames last week.
Orlando Chapter of D. A. R.
Officer Carter early Wednesday
will meet at the home of Mrs. Chas. strong rivalry that exists be-
morning arrested Carl Morris who is
tween the ,
two institutions
seemed all
P. Dow Saturday, April 3rd, at 3
charged with stealing automobile
but settled
when Stetson won the first
All members of the INSURANCE
m. chapter LOANS
p. game with such that tools from Charles Arnold. He was
are earnestly requested to be at the our local boys were apparent much ease disheart- jailed and will be on trial at the forthcoming -

business meeting as important mat- ened. During the second with session of the criminal court,
ters will come The to game
up. program 'the 6 to 3 in favor May 24.PINKY.
score of Stetson
which visiting members of D. A. R. -0-- REAL ESTATE RENTALS
when the bases
all full
are invited will commence at 3:30 were and only
one out, it certainly looked gloomy SLOAN BOUND OVER
and the "Florence
m., topics are
p.Nightingale Woman Benefactor" but Barze, who had been sick and un- Pinky Sloan charged with killing
able to in Cbarlie Johnson Winter
play any of the other at Park
and "The Sun Never Sets on the Stars
and Stripes." games was put in the box and saved March 6, was given a preliminary i

Mrs. S. R. Hudson, historian. the day, and game and series, for hearing before Judge Martin yesterday -
Rollins rallied when Barze had struck morning. He is held under heavy

out the side, and won the game in bonds and will be bound over to the ..
SISTER CARLOTTAAT much enthusiasm jury in
and excitement by grand May.
SARASOTA. the score of 8 to 6. This leaves the -0-- '
Sister Esther Carlotta the famous For Sale
teams tied for "
leader championship "D. S. & ) OF APOPKA IN
of the Daughters of the Con-
again this also
year, as last. ORLANDO
federacy, has been in Sarasota for
Many are starting back North, although Frank II. Davis and G. Harod "D.

several chapter of days the and Daughters has organized here. She a than the New was expected Seminole and has conse-moreguests of S. &Apopka M.," deputy, were sheriff in Orlando and marshal yester- House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

has been the guest of Mrs. Alice quently will
keep longer this
open day.
Chapline while here and addressedthe

ladies in the home of J. B. Chap- season.Bishop Mann is holding special -0- $4500.00. A bargain.
line. Sister Carlotta is a wonderfully Lenten services in the NO POLICE COURT YESTERDAYFor
interesting woman and everywhere church this week. two days the police court dock-
et has been clean. Orlando is
impresses her pleasing personalityupon The local getting
those who meet her. She is a testimonials exchange voted: complimentary to be the epitome of goodness.:
to Mayor Tem-
skillful writer as well as a good who
plea ceases to be a member of
speaker and her reputation is nation our local exchange, having disposedof TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

wide.-Sarasota Sun. all his grove holdings.Mr. .
II. A. Ward now rides about i ia in COME, join first class party for New
HERE AND THERE new Buick, having exchanged his York, through car by S. A. L. and
CLUB ENTERTAINED.Mrs. Ford for the new car. B. & o. R. R., on April 28th. Apply

J. Skinner and Mrs. A. W. Mc The Ilenkel block has again 212 Ridgewood avenue. Pullman reservations -
Kay were the charming hostesses yesterday changed part ownership Mr. Arthur can be had. 4-2-4tc
afternoon to the members of Schultz having hold his interest to
the Here and There Club atIr Rev. Dr. Douglass. FOR RENT Desirable 4 room flat,
Skinner's pretty home "Inglesides. with bath room, in business district.
About Rent reasonable. Inquire the Ham-
twenty guests were present. WEST VIRGINIA
The afternoon was pleasantly spentin mond & Bunch store. 4 23tcf
sewing and chatting. The interior METHOD !
of the house was handsomely decorated Charleston W. Va.-The state o WANTED TO BUY-Horse or mule
and elegant refreshments were West Virginia is absolutely "broke." wagon and harness. Must be young

served The next meeting of the club The state treasury is without funds, and sound. Write, stating terms and
much My method has paid both myself and clients well.If .
so that the
will be with Mrs. Z. V. Raulersonnext so auditor and otherofficials giving full description. Address
week.SOCIETY. have been forced to pay for "Mule," Sentinel office. 4-2-3t
nostage out of their own pockets you are interested in Real Estate,
NOTES The situation is due to the loss of LOST-Somewhere between Sanford

OF INTEREST. more than $600,000 license money and Orlando, or Winter Park IT
The members of the Kil Kare Klub which makes up a great part of thestate's one opal scarf pin set with thirteen

revenue. small diamonds. Reward if found.R. .
were delightfully yester-
day afternoon by Mrs. Hook.0 L. Boyd, Jacksonville Fla.

The Rosalind Club was the scene of

1 a quiet afternoon party yesterday.No Nashville, Tenn, March 30.-Snow- EXCHANGE-Choice land for a good WALTER W. ROSE
program was arranged, an informal driven ba cold north wind began automobile. T. J. Wilson, R. F. D.
reception being held. The hospitality falling here early today. At 9 o'clock No. 1, city. 4-_'-6t*
committee was composed of the government thermometer regis _____ Real Estate

Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. O'Neallrs.. Whit- tered thirty-three decrees: aboveand The want ad.'s the thing.OSTEOPATHY.
man, :Mrs. Massey, Mrs. Dow, and was falling. There also was snow at
Mrs. James Magruder, Jr. Clarksville and conditions are consid RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE

-0- ered favorable for a heavy fall over
:Mrs.: W. C. Essington will entertain Middle Tennessee. I a Office Suite 1 and 3 Watkins Building i

today for Mrs. Grassi and Miss Dren

nen. :Mr.: J. H. Fitzgerald, the popula DR. J. C. HOWELL Phone 555y '

The regular meeting--0-- of the W. C. traveling representative of the Richmond Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

T. U. will be held this afternoon at 3 Paper company, was in Orlando Kirksville Graduate

o'clock in the parlors of the Presby-j yesterday from Virginia calling on Consultation Free
terian church. A feature of the meet I\ the trade. Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
ing will be an address by Horace I HoteL
i Burton, of the American Rescue I
Office Phone 716
Workers I I Don't overlook the ; Residence 1018
Lieut. Burton and wife want ads. Orlando, Fla.

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t Lake Site WANTEDWE \ -' UInber9: La.-tI1 and Shingles
INVITE you to see our large as-
sortment of Easter candies. Prices
reasonable. Mayer Candy Co. "- v J

WANTSThe 4-l-3tc ,
ANTED-An old square piano;
don't care whether it plays or not.
Two Tracy 4-1-4tc& Moore, 18 East Church St. 1 z-

Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want WANTED-fo buy automobile in ORLANDORoyal : r
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. good condition on reasonable terms.
Address D., care Sentinel. 3-31-61*
Terms Cash in Advance.
WANTED-Horse for the summer,
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES for its keep. Can give best refer-

two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t ence. Address Horse, care Sentinel. Cement Plaster and
tage on For Three Days ____________50e 3-31-3tc Agatite Perfection Lime
'" $15 per acre. For Six Days ____-_________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 WANTED BOARDERS-At 623 W.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of I Church street, with private family;
. 25 words or less. If the ad con- I everything neat and clean. Board and .
" Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate room $5 per week. 3-31-61
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- WANTED-By middle aged man,
sertion.If comfortable room for summer; pri-
you can't bring your ad to vate family, price about $2 per week; $ eJJ-rtJ:
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- references given. Address Roomer, yur.pz
_. counts opened by telephone will be care Sentinel. 3-31-3t
payable the following day.
WANTED TO TRADE nice grove
Business property for city Ad-
Every Home-Every property.
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a dress P. O. Box 568. 4-23-6tc
Sentinel Want Ad.

Wttklns Block PHONE 504 WANTED-An business man experienced wants a situation married KIN Aln nn SNOWDEN\

FOR SALE April Orlando.15th Member or May Masonic 1st. Resident and Red of ;

Men orders. Must have it. Employednow.
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-One new dump cart and Good reason for change. Address -
harness; cheap; a very handy riga D. A.. Box 474, city. 3-30-6t
can buy foundation on farm. H. E. Hand. 3-28-6tc Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
WANTED-Good boys about fourteen
stone building blocks, side- FOR SALE-A good comfortable years of age to carry paper routes.
walk tile, or anything In my home for small family; garden Must have bicycle, and be familiar
line at reduced. Call around growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- with names of streets in district of FURNITURE HOUSE
ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
and let me surprise you on town to which he is appointed. Also
avenue. 3-7-lmo able to do good collecting. For infor
prices. _., mation, address or call at this office.

F. D. GORE, FOR rooms SALE and bath Modern; orange home trees; eight and 3-24-tf Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

large oak; seven minutes walk to PARTY FORMING, special rates tNew 0
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, York, leading Orlando night I
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo April 8th, via Atlantic Coast Line and
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. ||. _
Savannah Line. Special through car
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story from Orlando to Savannah. St'eIr.: .
cottage, seven rooms and bath, A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando.
modern conveniences, roomy porches, 3-26-tf
I excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf Take your Kodak films to Robin-
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER son. 3-3-tf r"A
FOR SALE Story & Clark upright -
Office corner Orange Avenue and grand piano won by Miss Myrtle HOOSIER SPRING TER-Just
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., Weeks in the recent contest will be received 60 gallons Hoosier Spring HAPPY EASTER.
Phone 419.FLORIDA. sold for benefit of Baptist church water. $1.20 for 5 gallons. City Drug
building fund. Piano may be seen Store. Phone 632. 3-31-Gtc .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Weeks, 10 Washington street. For cleanest clearest Kodak finish
1-lS-tfc ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
and tools best farm in county; variety buy, sell rent, and exchange real You will certainly have a Happy Easter in your home if your mealsare ,
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla, 1
if The Wakefield Preserving Company to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock over 30 years. Have handled over cooked with Gas. There is something about a Gas Range that makes ;
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own $20,000,000. Call and see me.
i of Geneva, Fla., had a display of er. 1-16-tfc 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. a woman happy, you know, and when a woman is happy about getting the
orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies I
BRICK BUSINESS BLOCK on Sev Kodak finishing left at Robinson's meals the whole family is happy too.
and Preserves at the County Fair enth street in Washington, D. C., Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
that were admired by all who saw with flats on second floor; rents fpr next day. 3-3-tf
$60 per month; always rented. Price Of course, if her gas range is out of whack the woman is not so happy
them. $12,500. Encumbered for $4,000, long TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS
This company now has a display i in time to run. Want to trade this I -House repairs of all kinds done as she might be.
equity of $7,500 for a good grove well 1 promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
our window. Be sure to it. located.
see Waring Realty Co.
4-1-tf screen doors and windows a specialty; Maybe its some trifling piece of adjustment needed. Perhaps the ovend
sleeping porches, counters, shelving,

TOURISTSshould SIXTEEN D. C.; annual HOUSES rental in for Washington.the sixteen door garages frames, office made fixtures to order.; window Get and our es not seem to bake "just like it used to." Call for one of our trouble

houses, $2,904; annual expense on the orices. 18 East Church street. A
sixteen houses, $1,632.50; net income, postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo men. It won't cost you a cent.
per annum $1,271.50. Want to trade i
take some of this Florida Fruit this property for good land, groves, CONTRACTORR.
home with them.CARUTHERS. farms or city property in Orange N. SEYMOUR is the man to see Maybe, however, your stove is worn out. Gas stoves will wear out,

L< Realty county.Co.Make us an offer. Waring 4-1-tf before to build letting' and contract want,the if you best are house going even though they are long lived. Rust plays a strong part in wearing out

possible for invested.
ONE OF THE BEST FARMS in the P. O. Box LPhone 478. gas stoves in this climate. Our experts will gladly call and tell you
& GORE state of Georgia, located 3 miles 2-18-lmoc
from Plains, Ga., on fine road; there whether it will pay to have it repaired or to get a new one. I
are 440 acres and 300 acres in culti An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free

I New Modern G good vation eight; plenty room of dwelling.tenant houses Want and to at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf If there is anything wrong, let us fix it; but don't blame gas as a fuel.

Grocery[ exchange this farm for a good small
there is and then
grove and small farm in Orange coon It is the best some. ,
ty, Florida. What have you to offer .
Phone 200 for this elegant farm? Waring Realty

I Ir Co. 4-1-tf L o .

574 ACRE FARM in Georgia; one-
6 and 8 East Pine St. half in cultivation; near fine acad
t emy, on good road; runs 40 to 50
plows. This is not a rundown place
but is in perfect condition. Has $15-
F 000 worth of stock, implements, feed, GSte ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
grain, etc., now on place. All of the
Orlan Was dwelling is modern and up to date.
I o.O inRton O Or All tenant houses in first class con GAS DEPARTMENT
dition. Plenty of barns, stock sheds, T ri 'noloist
etc. This place equipped as it is is //
worth $30,000. We want to exchange .
f it fora Florida hotel worth the
money. Do not submit old dilapidated /
; DRAWING ROOM property that is not worth the ,_ 9
money. Waring Realty Co. 4-1-tf
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Sleeping FOR RENT

TO RENT-Four or five room cot- Easter Lillies Pioneer Paint & Wall

t First Car on March 16 nished tage;or 112 unfurnished.East South street 4-l-3t; fur- Finley's PaperStore

tt VIA FOR RENT-Furnished house; six FOR EASTERGet Has always on hand a large and well selected

t rooms and bath; modern; close in. A stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
Address "Furnished House" BargainLot
Atlantic Coast Line Sentinel. .care 4.13t'FOR the your order I Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.

Standard Railroad of the South RENT-For the summer season, CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
a furnished bungalow, suitable for

Open for PasseuQers af 9 P, M. home.small family Kent ;$18 fine per location month.; an Address ideal in early I ALWAYS GLAD TOIISEE YOU ATFINLEY'S ,

E. J. T., Sentinel office. 4-l-6tc

Tuesdays, Thursdays overlooking Lake PIONEER .
-Three room flats, furnished -
and SaturdaysLeaving or unfurnished; low rates to Lucerne $1.600. Must .HOI\E 67 Corner Pine and Court
permanents; close in; vacancies in ,
two houses; all improvements. See Violet Dell Florist.
Orlando on Train 82, owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. be seen to be appreci- .. I .
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri 3-30-lmo
days and Saturdays.For .
ated. Call
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five
Reservations and Tickets room house. Apply 510 W. Central. .
call on A. (1C. L Local Ticket 509. 408 South Lake St.
Agent. FOR RENT Cottage, for the sum- The 1/ :arket I
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.

conveniences '
_*.' '' Knox. ,' unfurnished. Jas.11-3-tf A. CARLREAL DANN Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH AND SALT MEATS 1

,:%-- -- Kept under the best sanitary conditions. !

It \) NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, CHIROPRACTOR Everything screened away from the files, and kept fre+ I
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
10-25-tf ESTATE 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone and pore. I ;
209. Intelligent people everywhereare We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We ha'e I
DR. L H. RAMSDEUI LOW RATES to New York. $17.60 being restored to health by chiropractic everything in the Meat Line. !
the scienceof
adjustments new
from Orlando via all rail.
OPTOMETRIST removing the cause of cisease. Examination -
ORLANDO, FLORIDA liam :Morrison to leave, 404 April W. 6th.Church See street.Wil COMPANY free. 12- -1-1mo H. :N. r. SelfuSs: Co. ;
AND DO ALL KINDS OF Umbrellas recovered and repaired PHONE NO. 80 ; PINE STREETr
OPTICAL REPAIRING Get the news in the Sentinel first. "while you wait" at Young's Repair
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc




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By an Expert From the Factory ofWEAREVER I


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

Ask questions and inspect goods. I I



GRIDDLE CAKES COOKED WITHOUT GREASE 2 1-2 quart t Every lady attending the demonstration Friday is,
a : Special as'I'I
SATURDAY Sauce Pan, Regular a sured that she can get one of the special 2'/2 quart

WATER. 1 Price 80c I, Pans for 39c. I



s. Orange s.

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their northern homes.Dr. FOR EXCHANGE i PHONE 646
Newsy Tupper preached on Friday
k evening at the Presbyterian church. Two good farms, 160 acres each, in I For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
From OaklandOakland Kansas; 100 acres in each farm in 1
He left the following day for Phila- cultivation; want good lands in Orange I FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
delphia. county; must be good farm I OFFER FOR ONE WEEK
:Miss Mays returned to her home in lands. These Kansas farms are worth BARNARD & SON \
Fla., March 31Mr. Hick- ,
$25 per acre. These farms have wheat i I
man came up from Winter Home last New Jersey on Tuesday after spend- crops now growing. They are incum- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
week and spent several days at home. ,ing a couple of months in Maitland.Mr. bered for $1,600. Will trade equityfor 1210.m
and Mrs. W. H. Johnston left Orange county, Florida, lands. Some Attractive Prices
Mrs. C. O. Rudd, of Savannah arrived 4-1-tf I I
Waring Realty Co.
Saturday to make a visit to the :Monday for Captiva Island, near Fort I .
Myers, to visit their Mr. ..h... w.- --
and Mrs. E. E. Petris. grandson i
home folks, Mr. on Property on
A. R. Thompson, who is tutoring
Mr. and Mrs. Pressley Coker, of
wish, we can match what you have. I
Society Hill. South Carolina, paid a there. Waring Realty Co. 4-1-tf
Mrs. W. H. Johnston, Mrs. I
short visit to his sister, Mrs. George Thompson -- -
Mrs. Hall, and Catherine
Tennent, last week. They were on
their wedding trip and were stopping I Hall gave a very pretty tea and musicale Do Your I
at the Hall residence Satur-
in the
at different points of interest
state. I day attractively afternoon.decorated The house with was bamboo very, ElectricFixtures The Beauty Spot of Orlando
:Mrs. B. C. Buxton entertained
Nullos Club, of Orlando, of which she I,I magnolia leaves and cut flowers.
Miss Alta Wright, of Orlando, '
accom- 'Look
is a member, at her home Thursday
a panied by Miss Smith, of Winter
; Park, the South Atlantic Limited
A large number of Orlando people gave piogram.
Services will be held at the Churchof Old and C.A.HOVEYPERU
came out to George Brown's place to COMFORT-Solid through steel l electric -
of the Good Shepherd on Good Fri- lighted train; observation and -
have a fish fry. Ninety pounds
day from two until three o'clock. On drawing-room sleepers; coaches diningcars
fish were provided and the day was Worn Out ? nerving all meals.CONVENIENCELeaven.
Easter Sunday the services will be at
thoroughly enjoyed.A Jacksonville
eleven o'clock, Rev. Graff
merry picnic party held at Mr. officiating. every! evening at 8:15; arrives Cincinnati -
Collier's pavilion, on the Gour Neck, I I have established a plant for and Loui.>ille cad Indianapolis ;
PINE CASTLE ITEMS Columbus. Cleveland few
on Saturday. Those present were the refinishing of all metal hours later;prompt connections other
:Misses Devey and Lillian Vick, Gussie Indian Michigan and Ohio point*.
F Henschen, and Ethel Cross; Messrs. (Continued from page 3) fixtures and brass beds. This Three Other Fine Trains
Mr. and Mrs. L. 'lost i
John Hatfield and Laurie Brock. They their infant The work is done at small cost and DIXIE LIMITEI -Fastest and finestto t
son on Wednesday. a PANAMA :
their dinners
walked over, carried Chicago and St. Louis.
and returned by boat through the baby had never been quite well since makes your fixtures look like DIXIE flYER-Year round solid HAT CO.
kindness of Mr. Collier. They reporta birth illness.and passed" away after much through pOints.MONTGOMEJtT train .for Chicago and intermedi.ce -

delightful time. new. ROUTE EXPRESS- 1
Mr. Worth Faulkner, who is well Appropriate services will be held Through deeper and dining car service
Stock of second hand fixturesfor
Easter in Union Rev. H. all ARE IN ORLANDOAt
known by his concert work here while Chapel. for St. Louis daily the ye&r.
M. Ingram will preach. Thee children sale. Cb.Ic; of ro.U.i. ONE L. N. ftatir
the of the Mather-Smith home, .
guest There ire lIIu.tlaln which asks the road
will have part in the services under favontt with travilert Far rate.reervs-
Merck's 21 Avenue
last week. We S. Orange
returned to Chicago Pharmacy
Phone 652: and I will call and UOBI aad lull iPd.roatiaa',whose write ,
the direction of Mrs. C. II. Hoffner,
of _
hope the Florida proved H. C. ,F1ori4.r.A. r
great benefit to him. and Miss Hallie Hansell. There will estimate your job. 1)4 Watt Bir SL.( BatTakaaa 117)
The public meeting of the W. C. T. be plenty of eggs for everyone. Let I Jacksonville I .';' 1
as many as can come out and enjoy Direct and divert
U. on Friday night proved to be one t. t".Imll.

, 'Of program interest consisted to a good of audience.several selec-The the much services to the on this which meansso I L. W. LEWIS.I California Writ for Ezpo detail..".. .

tions by the choir; select readings,
Miss: Henschen, Mrs. Steinbock and
Mrs. Eugene Speer; solo, Miss Hen i
schen; duet, Misses Martin and Ab- FOUR STEEL TRAINSTO

ernethy; readings, Miss Gertie Speer,
\ Mrs. Maurice and Miss Abernethy.The .

kind comments of appreciation THE:NORTH 1 WEST ;
leeched give the members of the

Union much encouragement. t

day The with town the election following was result held Satur-Mayor DIXIE SOUTH ATLANTIC D I X I E, SEM INOLE .

Joe ,
; assessor
Over twelve bales of genuine Panama Hats are being sold by
Harold Henschen treasurer, Clyde
t the importers at $1.75, $2.75 and up. Direct receivers in the
Teasley; marshal and collector, Jeff
Waits; councilmen, R. L. Smith and NIGHT ci;; INIIGHtI rough, fresh and natural. Thirty-eight days from Ecuador and

Joseph Henschen. M KING :: Peru, South America. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mather-Smith and
Our reputation is well known from the Atlantic to the Pacific -
guests were entertained Friday nightat UJACKSONY1UE91'ALMACON50J UJAEMYIUE- Small profits and quick sales make our success. Each It
dinner by Mrs. Bourne, at Orlando.
Aa.ALBANY2t' hat is built by the Spanish process to satisfy the individual taste
The evening was pleasantly spent at
the thatre. of each lady and gentleman. Buy from the importer and save
Mrs. Victor Tippins and baby and middleman's profits.

sister, Lillian' Malcolm, Saturday .
came -
Remember, If You Buy Your Hat Elsewhere, We Both Lose.
from DeLand toisit their ,relatives -
here at Winter Garden for a j I
It I t
.f few da 's. r I j

Messrs. Sadler Henley, Will Tilden I
4 and Charles Tilden took an auto tripto COACHES SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DINING CARS. ... .

Bushnell and Sumter on being I" .a LL1.l:1.AL'-1: ,_.A-L,n.l I rt wni I i.r. .n. r r
see the crops in that section, j t
most interested in the cucumbers. i tl 1 ? ; Hammond &Gore
Word was received by G. R. Croft I t

that little Ruth :Marguerite: had come i i ( yj i't ; :e'
to make her home with Mr. and Mrs.G. '\ 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I t

J. Perkins, of Largo, Fla.


Maitland Mention COMPARE ;

r Maitland, Fla., :March: 31.-It has II I OUR FURNITUREWe I
in recent
been the custom years ;

among the people of Maitland to hold I' provide the quality of furniture that has I long
an annual' picnic at the Kingsley resi- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the;
denoe on Lake Maitland. Thursdayof standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
last week was the day chosen this It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
3 ear. It was an ideal day and about this point too clearit is one of the foundat on stones 1
TO guests were present. The tables I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I I
were set on the beautiful grounds anda
sumptuous picnic lunch was servedat
one o'clock. After the .luncheon McNFJLL & DAVIS BLOCK, I

the dancing guests.was enjoyed b> a number of A. W. FRITOr, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. I Cor. Orange Aie. and Church SI.. Orlando- Fla. I

thur Mr.Richmond Randall Bronson left on Thursday and Mrr for- J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla 4 0 ..J I"
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Miss Katherine Mitchill left yesterday -
to visit friends at Daytona.Mr. .
and Mrs. Jesse Allen, who have o
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been spending several days in Tampa MANPUTSfRSTSAIDNGSN
-y ,
,:; t-f.( t / taking in the sights and enjoying life,
: ; /.w .:: ; returned tc Orlando yesterday.Mr. THE

PATH TQPROpERlff --- ". '-P and :\Irs.1.. E. Cullom of B Nk:4 ,
; ] A N I -r! I sioux City Iowa who have been visiting -
Orlando and other points of interest .
their home in the West. n
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Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Storey, of Minneapolis -
Minn., arrived in Orlando
f 1):, yesterday, registering at the San : 44
,.. I Juan hotel, where they will make a mca ltAD3 : '
short sojourn.Mr. 7,
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and Mrs. J. F. Baldwin, who eN'
have been spending the season in Orlando -
guests at the New Lucerne hotel -
left yesterday for their home in f:2. W
:Manchester N. II.

I Messrs. Arthur-and C.V.. Quina ikr,
i arrived in Orlando yesterday from
"DOES HE BANK HIS MONEY ?" !Jacksonville, being summoned here on i .
account of the death of their brother, /*'{/ 'p.
:Mr. D. Quina, which occurred in this $J3
That's the first question hard headed employersof city early Wednesday evening. v z

ask now-a-days. Heedless spending fore-
Transients registering at the San iov *
casts a bad ending. It's the young man who saves Juan yesterday include G. Singleton, ri.A..
E. S. Varn, Fort Meade; Cyrus L.
that gets the job! Self denial gives a man first Dyer Washington, D. C.; E. F. Lati-
mer, Waycross, Ga., and Hal A. Irish,
trial. Do you want to be first-or last? Are you Panama. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

Mr. W. C. Lockerby, of Minneapolis -
Minn., who has been in this sec- HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?
tion several days prospecting left *
ThelState Bank; of Orlando, Fla. yesterday for Lake Alfred, in Polk YOU SHOULD FOLLOW HIS METHODS AND DEPOSIT
county. He will return to Orlando YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN 4 PER CENT. INTEREST
before going North.

: Orlando from Albertville, Ala., and
will be the guest of Mrs. II. B. Myers OF EVERY CUS
for several weeks at her pretty homeon TOMER.
1 the corner of Jackson and West

Mrs. R. A. Shine and son, Mr. Albert Peoples National Bank"IT
I Shine, who have been visitingMrs.
: Leila Beggs and family at their
home North Orange left
on avenue "
I yesterday afternoon for their home in
Tallahassee. Mrs. Shine is the mother i
of Mrs. Beggs.Mr. .

W. A. Ross and daughter Miss
Inez, and Mrs. S. A. Ross who have .
been spending the season at their .
home, 411 Magnolia avenue, left yes- i
terday for Sharon, Pa., where they III IIIIIIIMIIMIMl. Dill 11111. I' B 11111111111111111111Sflll. .
will spend the summer. They will
: LET US FURNISH YOURPORCH return some time in September.Dr. .

and Mrs. P. P. Pillans of Orlando I
were recent guests of the for- New Fisk Prices
mer's brother, Mr. Louis Pillans and :
RIGHT NOWIf wife in this city en route to Electra I
to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans. .
They made the trip in their Overland At New Low Prices
car.-Ocala Banner.

Miss Marian Jones has gone to Eau Establishing a New Standard of Tire ValuesSize
Gallic to visit her friend, Miss JJod I
it is one Piece or Complete man. Miss Jones, with her father,
Mr. A. M. Jones of Mayfield. Ky., is Plain Tread Casing Xon-Skid Casing Tubes
spending the winter in Orlando. Miss 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
Suite need we can please Jones is attending the Cathedral
you you school and will graduate from that 30 x 3/! _-______$11.60 12.20 2.70 f

excellent institution this term. 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

Mr. Floyd Rogers, who has been in 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

Orlando visiting his wife, who is 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20
spending the winter with her parents,
Here Few SuggestionsVudor Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lewter at their 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25 .
are a
home on North Orange avenue left
yesterday for Wilson, N. C., where he If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. j tJ
hopes to arrange his business affairs
Porch Shades in all sizes. and return to this city to make his

Genuine Crex Rugs-in all Sizes___________50c. to $12.50 home. We Have a Service Station. All
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Droz of Sheridan Ii
in all sizes __________
Genuine Deltox Rugs, 25c. to $7.50 Wyoming, were arrivals in Or-

Good Fibre Rugs, 9x12 ________________________$5.95 lando A. C.yesterday L. from, coming points in over farther the Adjustments Made Here.

Genuine Cingoleum Rugs, all patterns and prices. 8O th. They are making a general ; ; r
tour of South Florida and express !II
American Fibre Por<*h Suites, specially priced. themselves as being particularly well
pleased with this progressive city andit
Chinese Hong Kong Chairs and Suites. ? surroundings.Mr. f
San Juan Garage Company
Old Reliable Maple and Double Cane Porch Rockers and J. P. Strickland and family left

Chairs always good. Orlando yesterday for Spokane, i i'III'IIIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIA'I'IIIII'IIIII'IIIIIIII'
Wash., where they will make their future -
home. They have been residentscf 'II'1II11I . -I"'llroll'
Orange county for the past nine
Let us Save You Money years, coming to this section from the -
West. Mr. Strickland is a practical
farmer and intends to follow that pur- r.
I suit in Washington.Mr. .

Oscar Hand & Son
and Mrs. J. A. Jackson who
have been spending the winter in Or-
lando at their home on East Jackson
street, expect to start tomorrow for I _..
I West Pine Street Bushnell, III., where they will remain .
until fall. They will make stops at
Asheville, N. C., and other points of
interest en route. Mr. and Mrs. Jack-
son are ardent boosters for Orlando
and never miss an opportunity to
.'1111111111111111111111111111"1111111111111111111THE I speak a good word for the City Beau- THE SAVINGS CENTER
tiful. They will be greatly missed by
: many friends and their return. in the
HAPPY fall eagerly awaited.Mr. SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE .
and Mrs. O. P. Shaffer and INVESTMENTS, in the long run are :
daughter-in-law. Paul Shaffer, of
EASTER GIFTLet Youngstown, Ohio, who have been placed where earning power combines with:
: spending the past three months in
J ,, this city guests at the New Lucerne I GREATEST SAFETY. i : 4
welcome hotel, left yesterday en route home. I I
a gem-set ring "Happy Easter" for '
say :I They will make stops at Daytona and '' That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING ;
you this coming glad season. Delight a dear parent, a o Southern Pines. "We have certainly I r' # s r
big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or : enjoyed the season. said Mr. Shaffer I DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER -
friend. on leaving, "in spite of the unusual I I
I drawbacks which this section has experienced OF FLORIDA. '
There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than : and are looking forward to I
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts .. our return early in the fall as has" I 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.Consultation.
lack. been our custom for several years.
: These estimable people are very
And, let the ring you give be an unusual ring-one inent in the Buckeye State, prom-I

that is guaranteed to endure through a life of constant : cially veteran and journalist otherwise.and Mr.for a long term t

wear. : was postmaster at Youngstown.All .

t Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry : round money getters-want- ---- ads.-- ,: I

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Repairing Engraving

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f ....THE GERMAN JEWELER... n t CO1JallY

I make a specialty in fine watch
T.H.EVANSJEWELER repairing All grades; American, .
C Swh., English watches: also Jew- Incurs No Obligation.
elry and Spectacle, expert: in this
f. line. All repairs guarauteed. (

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