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 6, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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i PEACE ASSOCIATION t*. S. Wants Right: of Freedomof

i i { Trade. Except Contraband -

And Issues: Formal Invitation to Trade With AH

AND WINS TITLE IN i Horticulturists! to :Meet in IC.AU't'S LAST NIGHT Neutral Ports

Orlando in 1916-Uusy
: I IIARDEE. OF Sl'WAXEE. i r. S. Reply to Ii itain Made I'uMic
SessionThe Washington April 5.--The United
FIGHT AT HAVANA YESTERDAY : ROUXD TWO-Johnson ;' I : BEAT HIM IN RACE States'reply' ,,> ire British' order of
Willard missed left. I I Orlando Board of Trade met council was m .de public today by Secretary -

DECIDED THE i Willard landed hard left. i last night at the Tourist Headquarters Rrvan. Following some of
, WORLD'S TITLE feinted with left and I and the attendarce was very en- VOLE OF CAUGUSVIAS/ 59 TO 13 the salient features of the note:
There will be
I right to body. Willard no reprisal for illegal
. thusiastic. The secretary read several acts charged against Great Britain.
I son rush. Johnson landed ;
lard shot left to jaw. communications from securingthe Seminole County Man Is Badly : The United State will content itself -
A SMASHING MILL ALL THEM I ROUND THREE-Willard I names of brokers who handle rice i I = with dem"' ndintr damages' for the

Johnson's left. :Negro to the establishing of a kindergartenschool Defeated-Davis Elected eommision of wrongs against American -
tious. Willard blocks commerce.
Local Interest Was Intense- : son had best of exchanges. I in Orlando. President of the The Up ted States s-iys it can not

I keeps working left hard, Jas. L. Giles made a repor' fur the Senate suppose' that (;re >t Britain will seekto
Great Throngs Watched many. Johnson landed left I baseball committee showing the receipts justify. an unlawful course of conduct -
I Willard blocked left to body and expenditures incurred in i. towards neutrals on her part on
Telegraph Bulletins to jaw. Fierce exchange. i getting the Birmingham: baseball I5v Claud F. Johnson! i the ground that she was forced to it

Odds on Johnson drove Willard to ropes. : I team to train in Orlando. The com- Tallahassee, Fla April ;5.-(Special i by the illegal J acts of her enemy.If .
HOUND FOUR-Johnson 'I ; mittee had guaranteed the Barons to the Sentinel.-With C. E. I this actions of Germany which
I three lefts by Willard. : $1,500; he reported that the committee Davis, of :Madison as president! of ; was a forcing! of British reprisal is
Havana, April 5.-Tonight Willard, two more. Clinched. Jack I : had fallen short of realizing that the senate, and Carey A. llardee, of found to \be "a disregard of the prin-
the gawky and green looking Kansas right to body. Johnson : amount about $;:00. The matter was Live flak as speaker of the house, : eq les of wa" sanctioned by an enlightened -
farmer and cowpuncher, is champion lard's swing which drove him turned mer to the executive committee the 1915 legislature will convene in. nation" the note says "thi.-?
. of the world with all the world before I regular session tomorrow. I
with to act.Mr. doesn't for
Willard landed two blows I II power government a moment
him, while Johnson, the late lord of : C A. Hartiee! of rfuwrnee .
Johnson landed on stomach I Magin. who has had charge oft : rey coun- suppose his majesty's government
the pugilistic realm, is just a portly, ty, was n-.mod s; eaker "{ the house ,
ti for jaw but was blocked. e r robins which had been used by the will wish the same taint to attach totheir
middle aged colored man, browsing on over Forrest l.t ike. of Fen,ioe county "
missed swing.: Jack landed h'urj"ts for the past six months, wasche.ldf'.1 own actions.
the memory of one of the greatest in caucus tonight: by" ;' vote of 59 I
face. Shade for Willard. I : for a short talk, but on account The Scandinavian; and Danish countries -
battles ever made by a fighter of his to 13. C. E. Davis, of Madison, was
of wishing to dispose of trade with the German :
ROUXD FVE-Willard I' considerable can carry on -
years. face. Johnson's mouth business, the president elected president of the senate by Baltic: ports; therefore if the
One ferocious hand smash in
right Johnson shot left to asked that it be deferred until the unanimous vote. : same rights are denied the United
the pit of Johnson's stomach that and worked right to face. I I next regular meeting, which was The house caucus was organized: l at States it will l he a discrimination, because -
crumpled the big body of the negro ducked right swing and agreeable. 8 o'clock tonight. Robert T. Anderson "the essential element of blockade -
with grinding pain at the opening of punches to Willard's body. W. R. O'Xeal suggested that the of Fensacola. placed the name of. is that it shall bear with equal
the twenty-sixth round, followed a S. C. Harrison of Duval, in nomina- "
landed three hard blows. Board of Trade join the Orlando severity upon all neutrals.
half minute later by a terrific right landed on Johnson's body Peace Society in extending an invita- tion for temporary chairman. W. T. The United States reasserts the
hand clip to the jaw, are blows that Jess drove Johnson to ropes : tion to the state society to meet in Martin, of Hillsborough, after being right of freedom of trade, except contraband -
made new history!! in American sport. ended. Willard's round. Orlando on April 30th and May 1st placed in nomination by G. II. Wilder, trade, between itself and all
Johnson fell and was counted out : of Plant City, was elected to the chair
ROUND SIX Fierce and 2nd, and fully organize a Florida neutral ports.
by Referee Jack Welch in his owncorner. Johnson had best. Peace Congress. This suggestion met by a vote of 53 to 20. The organization -

hard right on jaw. Willard I with the unanimous approval of those was then made permanent and Turks Claim Naval Success
For twenty-five rounds the negro right and left. Willard : : present. Orlando is the only city in the election of a speaker pro tem. and Berlin.-A dispatch from Constan-
battled bitterly against his gigantic i i
to body. Johnson rushed J Florida having a peace society.Mr. attaches of the house was taken up. tinople says the following statement
t. rough white opponent, waging the was blocked. Willard \ O'Xeal also thought it would be The name of Carey II. Hardee wasplacE' has been issued by the Turkish war
warfare with much gameness and left on nose. Johnson drove ; I a most fitting thing for the Board to <1 in nomination by Ellis F. Davis :1 office:
craft as to finally arouse the admira- of Jackson, seconded bv Theo T. ,
into corner. Round even. extend an invitation to the Knights 1 "Our fleet yesterday sank two Russian -
tion of even the sporting men at the ROUND SEVEX- Templar convocation which meets in Turnbull of Jefferson. Forrest Lake ships, the Provident, of 2.000

ringside who had been waiting since ing hardest, apparently Daytona on the 16th of this month, to was nominated by II. L. Bussey, of i I i tons, and the Vas Tochnaba, of 1,500
1910 fc,. and while the finish
ris Palm Beach, seconded by Arthur Gomez
ouickly. Willard blocks hold their next state gathering in Or- tons, at Odessa.
was obviuas no one looked for it so Johnson missed right to lando. This also met with the hearty of Key West. The vote resultedin I "Our batteries off Kum Kale sank

soon.Only landed light left. Johnson approval of every member. the election of Carey A. lIardee bya I an enemy mine sweeper, which attempted -
round before in
one some one
for Willard's stomach. The Florida Horticultural Society, vote of 59 to 13. I to approach the entrance to
the arked that Johnson had
cro.. ed left to face and hard right i to meet in Tampa, will be given an The senatorial caucus of the legis- the Dardanelles."
quit l. Johnson turned
a Johnson clinched. Willard's invitation to meet in Orlando next lature was called to order at 8 o'clock.
wicked 1 lifted his bruised and ROUND EIGHT Fighting I I lion. Charles: E. Davis, of Madison, Paris Statement
bloody lips as in the ghost of his I
senator from the tenth district, was
Willard lands hard The matter of the :
right. revising constitu-
Paris, April 5.The following is
famous old "golden smile, and then
clinched. Johnson tried rush 4)T tion and took unanimously elected president.The .
by-laws considerable
up the official statement issued tonight:
stumbled out of his corner for the
twenty-sixth round. blocked again. Another time, several new features being add- I election of president and at- i "This has been a day of rain and
Willard met him with that lifting change, Willard best. ed that will aid in future work of the taches consumed but seventeen min- ,' fog along the whole front. In the I
ing bad and puffing. Board in increasing utes, probably making a record as the
smash in a neutral corner, driving membership.A woods of Ailly, southeast of St. Michael ,
shortest in the history of the
and was blocked. Willard's pleasant social evening caucus
through the negro's guard. Johnsonwas very was we carried three successive
senate of Florida.
badly hurt and dropped both ROUND NINE-Willard passed, cigars being enjoyed. lines of trenches, and also gained a
I C. A. of the
I Finley, secretary sen-
but four foothold of the enemy's or-
. hands completely, but quickly pushed on part
Ward ate, called the roll and all were pres-
head. finally landed I ganization in northeast Regneiville"FLORIDA
up again.
ent except Senators Conrad of the
body and left Jack's MAY HAVE BEEN
He backed over to Willard's corner over MURDER 28th, Fogarty of the 24th, and Roden-
where Willard feinted as if to again son whipped smash to berry of the 5th. Senator Johnson of VEGETABLES IN. Y.
whip his right into that paunchy Willard a right to Jack's i the 17th district, nominated SenatorA.

cushion and across the black man's son landed with left and Chas. Rock's Brother-in-Law Is Z. Adkin. of the 15th, for chairmanof j New York, April 2.-There has beena
middle. Johnson once more loweredhis lard to ropes. Round even. the
the Senator James E. general complaint regarding
guard, trying to get away. The ROUND TEX-Willard Found Dead in Bed at Tar- I' Calkins, of the 16th district, nomi- quality of Florida vegetables from re-

next instant the massive gloved right to jaw. Willard blocked pon SpringsCircumstances nated Senator Charles E. Davis, of ceivers. On account of Easter, thisis
fist of the Kansan crashed into the tame period followed by the 10th, as president. Vote was the week when probably a bigger
black jaw and Johnson dropped flat lard's' advantage. Johnson Suspicious I i unanimous. Senator Himes, of Hills- business is done in southern vegeta-
on his back without scarcely stagger left to body. Round even. i borough, nominated J. F. Calkins, bles than any other week in the

ing.Jack in ROUND ELEVEN- I Mr. Chas. Rock received a message I 16th district, speaker pro tem., and spring. The demand is good for excellent -
Welch seemed stunned with leaving corner. yesterday morning from Tarpon election was unanimous. Senator II. quality stock but there is \ery
surprise when the big black toppledover kidding. Willard blocked Springs, in Pinellas county, inform- 1 J. Drane. 7th district, nominated C. A. little to be had at any price and dealers -
but quickly began counting over left same thing.: Tame ing trim that his brother-in-law. Finley to succeed himself as secretaryof hesitate about buying inferior
the dark form. He lay face upturnedto lard landed left well, and Carl Doerler. a leading citizen of that the senate. lie was elected by ac goods. Beans, peas and egg 1l. ant
the sun. As the withered hand of to boiy. Willard's round. place had been found dead in bed at clamation. I particularly were wanted and several
, the old referee tolled off the finish ROUXD TWELVE- his home that morning, and that all I' Senator Wells of Leon county, times the amount handled could have
the champion's crowd made a wild ing slightly from right ear. indications pointed to it as murder.Mr. moved that attaches be elected by ac been sold had it been received. To-
rush for the ring, with the Americansin landed left to body and right Rock accompanied! bv his son- clamation and upon the passage of I matoes continue to run specked and
the van. Johnson did not seem to head. Johnson landed left mIawIr.. Ralph Yearby: and Mr. this motion the following list was diseased and receivers, who have' not
rally frpm his unconsciousness recovering Willard fights back and Frank Doerler. brother of the
a dead placed in nomination by Mr. Wells: bought, are wiring their shippers not
soon after his seconds gathered to body. Willard blocks left man who was visiting Orlando, Assistant secretary H.1.: Newman to ship unless they know the stock i is
him up. He stood for a minutein Willard best in mixup. left on the Tampa Special at 1:14 for 2th district; bill secretary, J. in good condition and free from dis
the center of the ring with a towel rushed Willard into ropes, I I that place. B. Sutton. 7th district; reading secretary ease. The few fancy hard ripe toma-
wrapped around his face, his blinkingeyes heavily.'illard lands left When seen at the Atlantic Coast J. A. Bednigfield. Hillsborough toes that were in the market sold
to the sun, listening to the roar Johnson's round. Line depot just before his county; assistant reading secretary. around $t. Fancy spotted stock
about him. He then went to his cor- ROUND THIRTEEN I : by a Sentinel departure'l Rainey :Martin 9th district; journal I brought $2: <(S>3, choice 150a2. Poor
ner.In two body punches.! Rock said he had talked secretary, R. S. Holly. Sanford: Assistant quality sold for whatever the receiver
the meanwhile Willard had been retaliated with right to distance with friend of :
II a journal: secretary, r. J. Davis, could receive. Peppers ranged from$3ft3.50
lost in the great swarm in his corner, Johnson laughed and landed T r's. and aside from the fact that all 27th district: !sergeant-at-arms J. It. ( top. Both wax and string
but the great height of the big farmer Jess' jaw. Johnson followed circumstances l led t 0 the murder of i Adair 3rd istrict: enrolling clerk. A. beans brought $4.5O@5.50, egg plant
.a grinned amicably while the frenzied to body and drove terrific I, his brother-in-law, had nothing: fur- I E. Lester, 17th district: engrossing $3S4( for fancy stock, $2<@ :3 for
men reached for his hand. The left to body. .Willard swung ther communicate.
to clerk. Leota Conklin. 23rd district; smaller, peas 350550. Celery
Cuban soldiers had to pile into theE swung again blocked. !j I' I recording secretary, :Mrs. L. B. Young, both ten and twelve inch crat ,
round. Crowd
ring with drawn sabres to rescue both i I I I THE WEATHER Leon county; messenger. C. S. Zim brought $1.2.: ,1.50. Lettuce moved
Johnson kidded back
fighters from the crush.
I ROUND FOURTEEN r Augustine; janitor,. W. E. Lewis, out at $L50@.2.25.;

The heavyweight championshipfight rushed, landed left hook ,: Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wedne- j 1st district; doorkeeper, Nat Rodden-
at Havana was imaginatively Johnson scored left to body. 'I day. berry Waukulla county; chaplain WILL BUILD ILXHSIIHOIE
staged in front of the Western Union Johnson jabbed left to jaw. i Rev. J. D. Adcock; pares Donald Ad- OX WEST STREETMr.
telegraph office yesterday: afternoon Much missing. Willard kins of Starke. Clifford Blitch of
when bulletins of each round were erlv. Round'eyen.. I i MANY ELKS TO PALATKA ;: Bontbrook, Harold& Turner of Mac- and Mrs. C. II. Topliff and
read to an immense throng by W. W. ROUND FTEEX-Tame : clenney. daughter, Mrs. Dean, have purchasedof
Wright. The fight news was fur- minute. Johnson rushed no I I I C. A. Hovey the lot adjacent to his
nished toIr.. Wright through the clinches. Willard missed 1 COXWAY 1'\"IXG PROGRESSING home on West street. The construction -
courtesy of the Sentinel who secured son kidding again. Large Xumber Off Today to Attend of a handsome fourteen room

the press service through the Interna- several leads. Tame.' Big State Convention home will be commenced in the very
The work of the
Xews Service. Whev the flash 'I I' paving Conway
tional ROUND SIXTEEN I near future. The residence will be a
road is and it will be
came that Willard had knocked John- left to jaw. Willard -Prominent Elks Will progressing not most handsome addition to West
'! weeks until the bricked boulevard
son out in the twenty-sixth round an left rights. Johnson > Be PresentThe I many street which is fast becoming one of
I from Orlando to the
resulted that rocked peaceful Conway
uproad body.: Johnson rushed I the prettiest streets in Orlando. The
1 Orlando. The story of the battle follows ropes. Clinched. Tame. ; following members of Orlando feet store of will pavement be being Nearly laid 1,000 residence will cost nearly 6,000.. The
: | per contract has been let to F. A. Peppercorn. -
Johnson ROUND SEVENTEEN Lodge Xo. 1079, B. P. O. E., will leave day.
ROUXD OXE- start .
Clinched. Willard landed this afternoon for Palatka where the
left ti Willard'sjaw. 'I _
feinted and landed
of Elks will be heldon -
body.: Willard rushed and state convention
followed by upper cut. Johnson Willard rights to body. Clinched. i I April 6.7 and 8. LITTLE GIRL IS VERY SICK
ribs and
landed two to jabs left to jaw. Johnson The delegation will be headed by
smiled coming right back with two and right twice in rush. I Mr. )1.1.. Smith who on Thursday Collins, drunk So; Fred Lee Helen the little five year old daughter -
Willard's jaw. Clinched. Johnson blocked rush. Willard best evening was installed exalted ruler fighting. $5; A. Yancy, drunk. $5; of Mr. Robert Bunch, was takento
landed three rights, Willard swung Round even.ROUND with fitting ceremony; II. II. Yowell, '< Shorty Woodruff, drunk, $5; ; Willis the McEwan sanitarium Sunday
and missed. Clinched. Willard hit EIGHTEEN J. Ralph Yearby, Charles Rock, M. O. I j Curtis, fighting, $51.. Sullivan night for treatment. It is not expected -
Johnson twice in stomach. Clinched. I landed left and right to bod Overstreet, Geo. C. Keller, and W. W. : drunk. $5. Another beautiful Monday that he tfctle girl will live. It was
Johnson still smiling. Xegro blocked son missed right uppercut Rose, and several others. record! not expected that she would live
three jabs by Willard, then hit Willard's I| wildly. Willard missed Messrs. C. M. Brodwater, of the I I through the night. Mr. Bunch's old-

jaw. Willard swung wildly. :j more Johnson landed hard Sanford lodge, and :Mr. II. L. Bethel, | Go to Curtis & O'Xeal's' for latest est son, Richard, is very low with
Johnson rushed with shower of punches I 1 Continued i of the Tallahassee lodge, will accompany -I books,.finest stationery, Orlando and pneumonia. lie has been sick about
as round ended. Johnson round. ( on page :, the "Hellos" to the Gem City. Florida cards and booklets. one week.

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KRUPP NAVAL GUNS POOR ability. The relatives of the cripple I
t SAYS SCHWAB promptly brought suit against the
A Fine Sweet Pipe I
physician for removing their means
Would Bet Hundred to One on Ger- of support, claiming that, as a cripple i
i for you is the Wellington. With can be sure ( man Army Asserts Steel the youth had brought them in an : SEEDS! SEEDS SEEDS! !
have the Maker average of about $5 daily, while now
of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't I
they were compelled to him
slightest trouble keeping Wellington dean and Hot Springs, Va.-That the Krupp until he could gain the means support of earning -
.' tractable. Saliva can't get to the fire to boil and is "the poorest naval gun in exist- his living. The judge promptly Garden and Field Seed s-
splutter. ence" was the assertion of Charles. dismissed the suit on hearing the case
t Schwab head of the Bethlehem Steel for the prosecution.
Corporation, during a recent conver-
sation at White Sulphur Springs. LLOYD'S HAVE LOST BET ON .
Battleships have passed beyond the
t k: C3 antiquated crucible steel Ger- QUICK ENDING OF WARLondon.Approximately
x many's vessels are the sole possessorsof Golden Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc

Krupp weapons. $'_O.OOO Hickory King Corn, quart ________________________lOc

is made on the correct pipe principle. It wont by"The the individual ability to soldier handle has machinery occupiedthe was paid out by brokers at Lloyd's Stew-ell's Evergreen Corn, quart __________________loc

foul and it cant dog. Come on in and pick the t position" in warfare once held by today on policies written earlier in Country Gentleman Corn, quart __________________15c
valor, said Mr. Schwab. "France the war fixing the end of the Euro-
shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. leads all other powers in developing: pean conflict for March 31. High White Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc
35c 50c
t 25c. up. light machinery. They evolved the. premiums had made the risk unat- Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________25c:
automobile bicycle and
Look them over at theModern:: same is true of small motorcycle.The effective tractive. I Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc

t weapons. A majority of the fighting One of the best known of theLJo"d's Kentucky Wonder Beans. ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
motor drivers Frenchmen.
are Tl.eyare
brokers informed the New 1
born artisans." Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE U In reference to the navy he said: York World that policies to the extent -. Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
A strong navy is a nation's chief defensive of over $:!OOOOO had been issued
r asset. Germany is splendidly fixing March 31 next year as the end : Lima Beans, quart ______________________________30c

equipped the seven upon seas land has,always but as been control Eng-of of the war, the rate being 25 guineasper Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 35c: 3 quarts $1

OUR MOTTO : land's policy, Germany must eqaal cent., or 3 to 1. Not much alac- j Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. __________________Goc: '

f Great Britain's the fleet to have win. Nations rity has been shown to pay 80 guineasper Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ___________________COc
controlling seas ruled the cent. that the war will be concluded I
r. Small Profits and Quick Returns""Tampa world"in the past and it will alwaysbe by the end of this June. Sev- Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ----------____________-75c

Touching so. upon the vital advantageof enty-five guineas is the rate being Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c:
( Special" is the best hen feed made or sold
light field pieces, the steel magnate charged on policies this September j Black Eye i'eas _______ __quart, 18c
of cost. To introduce it will
anywhere, regardless we declared there "
( was not 5 per cent and 50 guineas, or a level chance is _____________
for a few days, give a package of oyster shells with each difference in the field guns of any na j Whippoiwill Peas quart 15c., 2 quarts 25c: .
i sack purchased. Try it. tion. I regard the French field wea- being quoted that the war will end I
pons as most effective because of during 1915.Weather .
for the BEST Feeds.
We are headquarters their lightness. Three and four inchguns
best."Germany's. StoreJ.
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. are organization is wonderful. conditions to date have City Drug

W. L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 Man for man an dofficer for offi- been favorable for a bumper sweet
cer I'd bet 100 to 1 on the German potato crop, which is anticipated unless -
army, although Russian soldiers have something unforseen occurs. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA. :
proved good fighters."
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Mr. Schwab refused to comme'rt on .,.
the reported shipments of sectional Umbrellas recovered and repaired
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r this year is estimated by the geological cash, balance to suit. MANAGERORLANDO
survey at $3,549,799,400 and that
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: of silver at $1,709 517, 600. Also a group of 3 fine I .

building lots on East Cen-
k tral Avenue, near my resi- .

OFFER FOR ONE WEEK ated The near falls the of city Tequendana of Bogota are United situ- dence. Improved by walks, ROOFINGAND
States of i
Colombia, where the river
[e" Bogota rushes through a cleft thirtysix shade trees, nice fence, etc. I
feet wide and falls about 600 feet I
i Some Attractive Prices into a rocky chasm. Near the falls is Price low to party who will SHEET METAL CO.
the natural bridge of Iconozo, whichis I
something more than 300 feet high. build. ,

t on Property on The first play-performed- in Amer- I ,

>,: ica was at Williamsburg, then the 1 Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
capital of Virginia September 5,1752.
The play was "The Merchant of Venice I and Rubber RoofingsCornices
i LAKE LUCERNE ," and the entertainment closed
with "Lethe," written by Garrick. 1
, -0- DR. A. J. TAYLOR Skylights. .Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
A company of Indians has been recruited r
in Canada and sent across the
The Beauty Spot of Orlando water to be used for scouting pur- PHONE 696 Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO
-.0- 905 East Central Avenue
Charles B. Duborow, a Philadelphia
bank clerk holds the mileage record
for swimming, : : during" th epast summer -
and fall. lie made 601 miles
r during the season in short swims of
i from one to three or four miles in the
Delaware river which he crossed 202

times. -.0- PUl-e Ice ream

A gun which shoots signs into place
has been invented, which, in appearance -
is not unlike a shotgun. The ."
sign, which it discharges, is rolled
tightly about a heavy stick and cordis ,
t attached to a tack which is tempo- I When you want PURE ICE For Pt'
rarily fastened, point out, at one end CREAM call for IIA D'S. If
Ha mmond&ore: of this. The other end of the string I --
don't believe that take Club
is fastened to the top of the sign. you we
When the instrument is loaded with the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
one of these and the trigger pulled, Church SocialSchool
1 and watch
facture us
heavy springs furnish the propelling I come up tubercular tested cows. All
force which sends the roll endwise make it. You will be surprisedcans 1 Social 1
t REAL VALUES LOW PRICES through the air like an arrow, at I moulds and everything
whatever object it is aimed. The tack at the care every detall1s given.
imbeds itself, while the jar of the impact used in the manufacture of our Lodge
kind want, time
COMPARE Any you any
loosens the
sign makes it
unroll falling into place. I you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- Picnic

OUR FURNITUREWe I In --0-- from a quart up. lZed.I .
1 I some street railway offices the
counting of the transfers daily is a You are cordially invited to t
provide the quality of furniture'that has long | job of such magnitude that their I Order Hands Pure t
j number is calculated by the simple inspect our factory at any .
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the f operation of weighing. A given num- time. Ice Cream
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. <: ber of transfers, sa twenty-five or I
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make i fifty are weighed, the operation is
too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof I repeated, and an average taken and I. __ I
this point "
|the entire bulk of transfers
this business, and that means much to any buyer. be calculated in
proportion to this
I --- - -- I erage.A av

' McNEttl- -& DAVIS BLOCK, I I. and curious greed was exposition-.0-recently of made callousness in a HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. i civil suit brought against a surgeon.lie .
Cor. Orange .I, became interested in the case" of a PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Streetr
cripple whom he found begging in
: .......0 .., the street and by an operation requiring -
! great skill, removed his dis
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I W to the plain pee-pul to occupy one of iMilMlliMIIIIMIIMIIilMimillMIIMMMMMMMM 1 "I 1 1 II 1 1 I II 1 II II 1 II II II I
Waring R. D.. real estate. the high backed seats for sixty days
300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Woodruff. Seth stockman. without leaving the legislative hall.
Watson, W. P., S. A. L. engineer.
-" Whitman Dr. A. B., dentist. The second term he is outside swap-
"BE A SELF STARTER-DOXT Wright, Whitney, cigar store. ping yarns with the boys and won-
WAIT TO BE CRANKED- Weathersbee, Allen S.. transfer co. dering if he'll be elected again. The

'-JOIN THE BOARD OF N. P. Yowell Ypwell-Duckworth.Y third term he would sell the capitol GREAT SLAUGHTERSALE
3 TRADE NOW Yearby J. R.. Yowell-Duckworth. building for a song. The fourth term
he promotes legislation by corre-

MEMBERS PAID, 1913; A state legislature is a bee hive spondence. A legislator's pet hobbyis
t A where lobbyists buzz and suck honey to pass a worthless and foolish law.
Ange J. F.. contractor. from easy mark He feels it is his duty to his constit-
Anderson; F. L*, grocer. LEGISLATURES representatives of I uency to return home with a bundleof
Baxter. F. E. real B estate. the plain peepul.In bills and exclaim, "Oh, Pee-pul, see

Bossier, Dr. II. J., dentist. some cases legislators have been I what I passed-fifteen laws; 'ain't' -
Beardall Dr. HaL physician. known to possess bigger palms than I that going some!" The usual length
Brannon. T. C.Yowell-Duckworth.S. A. L. conductor.J. hearts. Legislatures are diseases all I of-legislatures is sixty days. By maneuvering -
D. Barnes
| the time is often extended
Dr. IL Buckmaster, osteopath. states are heir to. Legislatures are
:Nat Burman, gents' furnishings. filled with little men with big voices I 1 and the plain pee-pul pay the ex-

Bumby, Joe, hardware. and fat men with small brains. In i i, pense. After a legislature has ad-
Butt Arthur, tax assesosr. journed no one is exactly sure what it
state capitol buildings are orators,
Brokaw, W. H nurseryman. .
Beeman, IL, San Juan hoteL gum shoe artists meddlers, whisperers has accomplished.Only OF
Branch W. S.. book store. first cousins to Mr. R. R. Mag-
... Berry, Bert auto repairs. nate, and brothers and nearrelativesto 100 Years Old
Brown, T. O., men's clothing.
Bradshaw, J. N., insurance. Liquor Interests. Many legislators ,
Branham L. G, S. A. L. frt. agt. listen with rapt attention to soft A woman one hundred years old is
., Beardall. Wm., lawyer. voiced lobbyists and weep alligator I! living in Vermont and at that age she
Barker, Geo. A., painter. 'probably thinks Vermont as good a
Burden Jas. N.. Butt's Candy Kit. tears when informed that Mr. R. R.
Beggs, James D.. real estate. Magnates' nephew is suffering from state as any to live in.-Times-Union.
Bumby, A. W.. Bumby Hdw. Co. Gripping Monopolistitis. Legislativehalls I But she can not hope to live many
Butt, E. ""., Butt's Candy Kitchen.C are filled with marble, fancy !< years longer up in that cold climate,

frescoes, whereas if she would come to Florida RMNAN ?
Cheney, J. Y., O. W. & L. Co. finishings beauti- 'I "
ful staircases, she might live to a "ripe old age.
Christ, Dr. C. D.. physician. a regiment of janitorsand
Curtis & O'Neal book store. pages, desks, high backed chairs, I
Caruthers & Gory,
grocers. waste baskets and .
Co. paper cuspidors.The There's a lot of folks who could
Cheney, Donald O. W. & L.
Chad wick. C. D., real estate. plain pee-pul have paid for all make considerable more hay while the
Cheney, J. M, O. W. and L. Co. these things. When a green legislator sun shines if they'd utilize the rainy
Cohoon, RobU canning factory. gets to the .legislature for the days getitng their implements in
Curry, W. K., Curry & Smith Cigar
, Factory. first term he feels it is his obligation : working shape.

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Davis, W. M., stock raiser.

Davis Dickson G., Harry II., wholesale, Dickson-Ives grocer.Co. Montgomery\ Route Express i.l

Dickinson. C. P.. lawyer. i.
Dickson-Ives, department store. Favorite all-thc-vear train from Jacksonville to St. Louis. Through I
Dolive, S. G., real estate. drawing-room sleepers;all meals in dining; car. Two nights and ou. dav. .
Dow, C. I- Peoples National Bank. Dixie Limited and Flyer South Atlantic! Limited i
Davis E. W., lawyer. Digit limited aitrit and finnt i" t. l Sooth Atlantic Li..i'...,l.. quirk Tuesday Mt' ornig April 1 6
Dale, Fred B.. real estate. .
train t.He Northwest Dixie Fiver I iJ\ L and conrroirnt ear t Ct..uti
fm.. .r..ic- CLicaf 1
F G. Duckworth YowellDuckw'th.Duke ., t* (1' +fixed. !l Y
Buford, Duke HalL bt. LeHU aod other point IMruit and Central'
E Why Travel by the L and N.?

T. II. Evans, jeweler. Because of fait time, rock ballasted track, modern trains unexcelled
Estes V. '''., druggist. dmiif cars; service to every important terminal in th-West and Northwest -
. Edwards Dr. G. physician.. ;choice of routes, accommodating: agents, employees aid officials. ,
For full ial.rBtli.a. ruervationi. aratdulr,etc. rte. 'paooc. write or wire
Essington Eaton, W., H.W., Orange CL, The SentineL grower. H.C.BRETNEY,Flwtd f....Aiml.1M W.Say?L lB.I">baaa 1T. JidM.nO.Fla. aDu..t
,..,.. .
gad 01 rout t the California Fipo-itioai \\ritrlordrtuU.Finley's .
" Empie, Jno. F., Spot Cash Grocery.F ([Many wonderful; bargains mark the clos-

Feinberg, J. L., clothing.
Father M. Fox Catholic church. ing of our great challenge sale.
Fiezl, A. A., Orlando Roof & Sheet '
Metal Co. Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStore
Fort, L. B., San Juan Garage. i
Field, A. K., Field & Co. Here you will find the most gigantic collection -
Fuller, A. Y., Palms Auto Co.
G Has always on hand a large and well selected

C. E. Graham retired. stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints, of remnants of all kinds of mer-

Goodrich, C.V.. abstractor. Brushes Wall Finishes and Painters
Gore, Mahlon, retired.
Griffin, S. S-, real estate. chandise which has accumulated duringour
Glenn, W. M I., The Sentinel.

.... George Giles, Jas., J. L.T.., real meat ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT big sale. Bleached and Brown Mus-

Guernsey, Jos. hardware..
II FINLEY'S PIONEER lin Dress Ginghams Per-
Apron Ginghams
Helms F. L., Helms Hdw. Co. ,
hand Cary
Hauselt. E. G.. Peoples Bank. HONE 67 Corner: Pine and Court
? Howard, C. E, Orange Co. Citizen. cales, Lawns in White and Fancy, Crepes,
Hove)', C. A., real estate.
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How ell, Dr. J. C.. osteopath.
Voiles Batiste Silks and Ribbonsin
Haden A., orange grower. Organdy
lowe S. W-, State Bank.
Holbrook, J. P., Hupmobile.

Hupple Hand II., AL Fl,,auto ice cream repairs.mfg. lengths of one yd. to ten many good


Jackson Ices, M., J.B.,\"Dickson-Ives., turpentine Co.operator.J Dress Patterns in the lot and all marked at wonderfully -

Johnson, C. E, So. Fla. Foundry.
low need the for
prices. They must room
Johnson S. A., city commissioner.K go as we
E. S.. A. C.K L. frt. agt. akF :..iy q other new goods, so we have marked them far below

Kent, A. G, retired.
King, flurry S,,L architect. the low prices we have been giving during our big sale.

Long L. B.. Helms Hdw. Co.

Lawton Laubacl,,J.P.B-F., ,printer.feed store. It's a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of

Lartigue, Chas.. insurance.
Leu Works.11. Cain-O'Berry, Boiler while it lasts. In order to secure space for our new

Merck N. J., druggist.M THIS BUNGALOW FOR summer merchandise all remnants must go. That's
Miller, J. 0., auto Ihery.Magruder SALE
J. IL Empire hotel. dollars for the few
why are bigger next days
Miller. DeWitt, Wyoming hotel. Bearing Trees and Fruits and Vegetables. your

McLean.McCullough"".,postmaster.Geo. depart m't. store. Price $1200.00. Easy Terms.W. than they will be again for many a day They look

Martin. W. Eo, tax collector. J. BARBER, just south Drennen Station.
Mathews McEwan., Dr.Tom J.\\physician.'.. contractor.. bigger to us and they'll buy"more for you.

)Idia), Donald G.

Moore McElroy J., J.L,:Merle.merchant.N McElroy. Phcy. We are determined that our store shall be absolutely clean and

NewelU J. J, Newell: Electric Co. The 14ar1zet: fresh with the new spring season. We are determined that if

Niles. C. L. I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY drastic reduction will
Norcross, Capt. P.. retired. startingly accomplish our purpose, all the

Oterstreet, M. O.o P. banker, manufr.Pajne FRESH OPPOSITE AND POST SALT OFFIGE MEATS Remnants in our store will find new owners at once.

I.. I*, fertilizer and lumber. Kept under the Oe.-n sanitary conditions.
.t Phillips. T. W.. auto dealer. Everything screened away from the flies and kept fr*#Land !
Peppercorn, F. A., contractor.
Porter Dr. George, Ph>sician. pure. i .
Patterson. J. C.. retired. We Invite inspection and guarantee atlff rtlnn. We have ROOF GARDEN, TO-NIGHT
Phillips, F, II., machine mfg.
Phillips, Geo. W.. machine mfg.R everything: in the Meat Line. i

Rush, Gray Ford dealer. EC. jVT. Solfi: fe Oo. FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW '
Rogers. W. W.. San Juan Garage.Rex. .
Walter W.. lJi kson-hes Co. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
". II. Reynolds, retired. ,, E
Robinson C. B.. lawyer.
B. M., clerk. ------ Nestor Comedy, Rhodes Dillon
Robinson, county I Imp. Drama, 2 Reels, King Baggot. ,
Reese, J. Reporter-Star.. II
Rose, \''. \'"., real estate. I "THE FIVE POUND NOTE" "HIS WIFE'S HUSBAND" '
Robinson, O. S.. traveling man.

Smith. II. A.. Orlando S Pharmacy. The Orlando Meat MarketT. I Victor Drama. 1
Self 11. M., meat market. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

Smith. :M. M.. real estate. A. YANCY. Manager "A ROMANCE OF THE BACKWOODS" Admission Nights 5c. and lOc.
Soloman, Ben dry goods. I
Sligh, S. J.. orange grower.
Smith W. H-, chief police. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Sperry, E. F., mayor. II III
Schnaar Jno. insecticide mfg. Florida and Western Meats
Strong. Claud E. Phillips Mfg. Co.
Steinspring II. '''., wholesale groc. I Y owell-Duckworth Co.Orlando's
T I. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. I f
Turner, J. E, mgr. citrus exchange. .
Tilden W. L., lawyer. Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
Topliff, C. II., restaurant. '
works., I Largest Store. "Quality Did It.
Terry F. J.. monument PHONES Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
Townsend. C S.. contractor. Residence ,133 Cor. Orange five and Church St.
Tenney, Lloyd S, Mgr. Fla. Grow-
ers' and Shippers' League. *
Thornton, James I., retired.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) Gainesville, Fla.. April 3, 1915. i
The Sentinel Orlando, Florida:
AND WEEKLY 20,000 PopulationThe Gentlemen-I met Mr. J. Ferris

W.. C.M. ESSINGTON GLENN ......."...".....BouneM.. ... ....Monster..EditorW. Clearwater Sun says that if yesterday and in my talk with him F FOR SALE
- --- one thousand Tampa men would join promised to send you the accompanying -
the board of trade and their of
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida give it set articles on hog cholera. I l
aa Second Class Mail Matter. financial and moral support for three would be pleased to have you bring I
years, the town would be in the 100- these to the attention of the farmersof
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 000 population class by that time. your community through
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 \Ve believe it and we furthermore be- weekly issue and believe that your theywill
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 lieve if three hundred will be of much y .
Daily 3 Month ...................... 1.25 men join value to them.
Daily 1 Month ..,.....',..,.......... 60 the Orlando Board of Trade and giveit You may give credit to the Bureauof
--.----- their finacial and moral support for Animal Industry, co-operating
W..kI0 Year.. '-==:" _Sl.OO three years, Orlando will be in the through me with the University of A new two-story
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN\ 20,000 population class. The outside Florida. modern
ADVANCETO total financial expense to each man Yours respectfullv. eight room

ADVERTISERS: might reach $100 per year or a total GEO. F. BABE I and unique dwelling r
s. of $300. For that outlay of $300 his Veterinary Field Agent in chargeof I I
Copy for display and all other hand-art property and business would increasea hog cholera work in Florida. with double
advertising must be handea in at the business great many hundred dollars, and in (Note.-These articles will be published -
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. I sleeping porches
the day before publication. This rule applies most instances a great many thou- in the near future.-Ed.) ,
ta changes for contract advertising: it i- sand dollars. modern garage and
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. -0- TilE PARADOXICAL MAN
Excellent Idea butlers
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued quarters,
The Tampa Tribune did a gracefuland
should notify the olfice in writing on The who does
man not believe in
I location
the date of expiration otherwise it will be useful thing last Sunday in print- very pretty
continued at the regular subscription rates, ing in full the 28th chapter of Mat usually same < until notice to stop u received. thew's Gospel giving of who squeals the loudest about the overlooking Lake I
Telephone Nnmb-r ....."..,...........,. 24 an account great damage done by publicity whenan
the resurrection of Christ. We hon-
Eola. will
estly believe that half column inter- item reflecting on the conduct of
TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915.c ; himself or his friends gets into the
c ested more people and will be of more lie buy this if taken ; a
benefit to the Tribune readers than newspapers. says newspapershave
the column of from the of no power-yet he stands in very now it is a bargain.
copy ,
April Fool's Day has passed and "Bill Neeld." pen great fear of their power.ExchaneIf : THE
still the war rageth.
: 0 -()-
New Paw some people can't make a stir in
The Lord freezes the water, but we
f are expected to cut our own ice. "Uncle" Joe Finkelstein, the Jacksonville the world in any other way they stir ARTS and CRAFTS
-: 0 pawnbroker is to have a rivalin up trouble.
Now is the time for all good neu- Orlando in the person of "Uncle"
trals to get ogether and pull for Or- Nat Berman who will open a pawn
lando. shop in the room lately occupied by
k. 0 Hammond & Bunch on West Church DoctorsBIleklllilslel' S. G. Dolive & Son :Of good workmanship in Men's Tailoring is
The way they are planting new street. "Uncle" Nat says: he workedfor
fully established with No is
f houses in Orlando indicates. a big pop- "Uncle" Joe several years before us. one more cog-
ulation increase. coming to Orlando so he knows a real i& Bniiidiigc REAL ESTATENo. nisant of the fact than ourselves, that to be
F r, 0t diamond from an imitation and knows
i The legislative wheels are turning. the value of guns, accordions, hunt- OSTEOPATHS I dressed correctly one must have not only the I
f And in the turning what' manner of ing knives dress suits and other 3 WEST PINE STREET : material to begin with, but the fabrics built .
f laws will be turned out? Alas, we pawnbrokers' plunder. Personal instruction under Dr. Still I
[ know not. -oWe at Kirksville, Mo. Second Floor into the garments to ensure a "lasting and a

r -9- Were AH There correct symeterj. All of our Men's tailoring
The men who give the excuse that There were so many Presbyterians, 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
G they don't care anything about an au Baptists and :Methodists crowding National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. bear the mark of expert workmanship. It is
t tomobile but are buying one to please around the telegrams from the prize emphasized in the production of
i l their wives, are perhaps the same fight that Policeman Broom had hard -- ------- ---- ----

ones to borrow a boy to take to a cir- work keeping the walk open for pe --

cus. o destrians. Hart Schnaffner

Chew on this: Is it not a fact that Whenever a war takes place there is
when you do a man a favor, in nine always a craze to name babies after
t cases out of ten you do yourself ant the officers, or to adopt & Marx
: injury-Columbus State. Have you NAMES: military styles accordingto
been "stung," too?Tampa Times. the manner of dress
We sure have. Tropical Sun. Same adopted by the armies. We have Our complete range for Spring and Sum- '

f here. been hearing the names of Grant, mer is ready for your inspection.
o Sherman, Lee, and others in commem- ..
A woman in Montgomery has just oration of the civil war. The Span-
found out why her husband has always ish-American war brought forth a
refused to work in the garden, crop of Devyeys, Hobsons and Teddys
I;. which she is hopefully looking for- while fashion's devotees were wear- Magnolia Avenue
ward to. "All of man's troubles be- ing military capes in imitation of
gan in a garden" he quietly informed those worn by army officers. Now
her.-Montgomery Journal. the war is on in Europe, and a
many I have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
-o helpless baby will be christened witha
The Detroit Free Press tells of a name that when the war is over, uated directly across from Osceolu Hotel.
"buffalo killjoy" who is reminding his may stand for murder pillage, or I J
friends that that city was once snow- fiendish cruelty. Fickle fashion is already This place has a frontage cf 155 feet and contains a
bound on the tenth of :May. And now exploiting costumes of a mili-
must take the out of life informing number of bearing fruit trc s.
we joy
by tary order among other things Hus-
you that frost has been ob- ian' hoots for women. Here and
served in Orlando on the seventh of Ube e over the co'i.iu.-) stuucnts have I will sell the entire property or will sell any number I I IMEN'S

April.If organized nti-miliary clubs and of feet off south end.
-o have pledged themselves to wear no I
the average legislator could buy style or color suggestive of milita- The house is in good condition and is arranged into I
himself at another's price and sell rism. Among the big collesres where
himself at his own valuation there this stand is taken are Princeton, light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in- I

wou'd be fort lr>'- words the average legislator could New York University, the girl stu-
get rich quick by buying himself for dents pledging themselves to frown bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
what he is worth and selling himselfat down upon everything in style that is BARGAIN. I
his own valuation.o militaristic. Speaking of naming

children, it is nothing less than a
Are you reading the Board of Trade crime to handicap a child with a mili- Cash or terms.
names in the long and growing list tary name that might some day be
published in this issue? That list placed in the same category with
spells progress. Every name on it Nero and others like him. There is a
means greater prestige for Orlando. crying need for more sanity in following HATSOur
There will be more names. Twenty fashions some of which had
joined yesterday and the fight has their origin in the voluptuous Orient,
only started. When the Orlando whether of Turkish harems or not.
complete stock now in estab-
: Board of Trade has 500 members Or- All who taboo styles which emphasizethe S. Y. WAY every e
lando's trade body will be the most Oriental sugegstiveness or glorifythe lished style is with us, every face can be
formidable group of men in Florida. warrior in feminine apparel, are fitted. -
o- to be commended for their common e
Jess Willard yesterday whipped sense. Ask to see the new Leghorns, they are
Jack Johnson. The crown is now o Insurance and Real Estate Agent and
where it always should have beenon Don't overlook the want ads. very dressy extremely fashionable.
a white man's head. Had it not
been for one fighter who loved the
dollar mark better than principle or WILLARD LANDS A TERRIFIC PHONE 172
scruples there would never have beena BLOW ON JOHNSON'S JAW
mixing of the two races. Now that AND WINS IN 26th
the title is with Willard there should ROUND
never be a recurrence of the detestable -
spectacle of a white wrestlingwith (Continued from page 1))

a black for the championship. I jaw. Willard landed right to body.
Willard landed head. Johnson
-o- right to -
Everybody knows what happens to a blocked right. Round even.
young man's fancy in the spring. Justas ROUND NINETEEN-Little doing
naturally I early except feinting and blocking. I I.
GET TilE thoughtful and Willard landed right to stomach.
CLEAN-UP SPIRIT. tasty people find Johnson hooked left to body. Willard -
their thoughts best in exchange. Willard round.
turning to cleaning up that is, getting ROUND TWENTY-Tame. John- ) c-3
r rid of the accumulation of the son blocked Willard's leads. Johnson

dirt and rubbish the dust and smudge waiting trying to force Willard to .. E' We sell onJy
which the winter months bring. To lead. Fierce mixup across ring, "'il- /
t dispose of this is to help the looks of lard blocking most of punches. Wil- / Pure '. ,
things and! to conserve the health. lard lands right repeatedly in mixup -
J Dirt is disease. following. Willnrd's round. L' Drats
i All over Florida as the newspapers ROUND TWENTY-ONE Both 3f
r furnish evidence, the clean-up spirit posed a minute without a blow being /
f is working and it is none the less active started. Willard landed right to y
t in this city. Indeed it ought to head. Johnson clinched. Willard i CHILDREN'SBONNETS
f lead here as probably it will bet scored again. Willard's round. ''
found when the job is finished that itI ROUND TWENTY-TWO-Willard i
has been doing. blocked Johnson's right. Willard jabs t'
i. The clean up business should not left to jaw, wrestled first' time. Wil-I I I I
f and it does not confine itself to the lard landed three lefts to body
inside of the house, where for a time Clinched. Willard landed right repeatedly :; : This season we have given considerable
t things are turned upside down; but it on Johnson stomach. John- j ( :
finds a fruitful field in the yard, in son rushed into clinch to save him- t 1 attention to this department, and have now

f all the residence district in alleys self. llard's round. an assortment that includes the latestof
r, where filth festers and the demon of ROUND TWENTYTHREEJohnson very
destruction lurks while he gathers blocked two rights. Johnson \ \ Fashion modes, in Panamas, Leghorns,
energy for his attacks on the citizen blocks several rights and lefts. Wil t
whom he often downs and carries off lard doing all the fighting. Willard I Milans, also a full range of Baby Caps in

to the cemetery.It scored light left to face. Willard's j Mulls, Silks and Organdies.
is needless to appeal to careful round. I
people to take hold now and to con- ROUND TWEXTY-FOUR-John- I|
tinue the fight through the coming son resting holding to Willard. Wil-
weeks. The utensils and materialsare lard hooked left to body. Clinching.
easy to get. They are rakes. purging about ring, little fighting.
hoes shovels and carts mops and water Willard scores three left to iaw. Wil-
paint paper brushes, and varnishes lard's round.
dust rags! patience persever- ROUND TWENTY-FIVE-Willard t
ence. and elbow grease. Most provi- landed light left to face. Johnson 'ghJ.4Rr DICKSONIVES CO.
dent people have them on hand. If clinched. Willard blocks left and 'suL LJ
they have to be purchased, the mer- riirht. Countering hard right to jaw
chants of the city will furnish them at Willard scored right to body and to
bargain prices, all except the last jaw. Johnson waiting, forcing Wil
three named. which ought to be ob- lard to do all leading. Willard' You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right.
tainable free. What excuse there- round. Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.
fore. can be offered for neglect to get ROUND TWENTY-SIX-Referee
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. .. ..
in the universal clean up? Let it be Welch ordered Johnson to hurry to
made large and liberal comprehensive center of ring. lie was slow about Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe
enough to cover every quarter of leaving corner. Willard landed rightto allow it.You. I
the town and critical enough to pene- body and left to face. Johnson can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. Store of true service, of never-failin; Courtesy -
all the nooks and Merely Millard of fair dealing of trustworthy
trate corners. Blowing up. aggressor. Wil- mer-
We have been filling them in Orlando for 20
covering dirt is not cleaning up. i lard sent right to jaw and stunned years. i iERUI'S chandise, at right pricesf.
Woe unto the citizens "who make Johnson. Johnson jabbed left weakly I
clean the outside of the cup and plat- I' Willard with, right again caught : PHAR IACY
ter." Johnson on jaw. knocking him out. +

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I 1 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission i' !

SOCIAL' ENDAR she could be secured for this appear- 5 Cents
ance. The concert is being given under tY
April 6 to 10 the auspices of the Y. W. C. A.
and the Y. :M. C. A. for the purposeof r..I..I.I..I. ,

Today sending delegates to the joint con- TODAY'S PROGRAM

Easter egg hunt at Chapter House ference of these bodies to be held at Eclair. "The Violinist," in two,
4 Blue Ridge, N. C., during the summer -
p. m.1lrs. reels featuring Will Shurer, Carol
Chester Goodrich, hostess for There will be an admission of
laloway and Fred Sumner.
the Tuesday Bridge Club. fifty cents. Warner. "For His Brother's Crime."
Junior Matrons Card ; --0-- A splendid dramai ntense with action.I U El ElO
Miller hostess. ClubIrs'l Easter services at all of the Orlando Sterling "Heinie's Outing," with
Sorosis Club.Rehearsal .
churches Sunday were especially :Max Asher. I
Mendelssohn Choral. I beautiful and fittingly exemplified the

Wednesday meaning of the resurrection day. The _4-
Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. J. B. various discourses were scholarly, NOTICE 0
Magruder, hostess. ennobling and inspiring. What would DIAMONDS AND JEWELERY

Mrs. Abberger entertains Wednesday Orlando be without its religious influ- 3 t I hereby give notice that I will not
Card Club. ences, her inspiring churches, her be responsible for any bills contractedfor For Easter Buds and Blooming Brides We haven't been in busi-

Unity Circle. gifted clergy, and the genuine pietyof or by my wife, Mrs. Mary Ollie ness all these years without knowing what's appropriate as gifts.

Men's Open Forum. her citizens. 'eel.Dated fl Our store is a panorama of blazing, sparkling jewels at prices
Needlework Guild
Cathedral Chap- April 5, 1915.
ter House, 3:30. COUNTRY CLUB (Signed) FLOYD PEEL. lower than the lowest Our money back guarantee with everything.
Miss Porter entertains at
Elizabeth; PLANS DINNER.The 4-G-lt
bridge-luncheon. 1 p. m. management of the Country ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS i
Thursday"Gentlemen's Club is arranging to giv a chicken COMPANY PRESENTS CARD OF THANKS n ,
evening" at the ,
pilau dinner at six o'clock Thursday
alind Club Mrs. nos-I I .CD
The Bachelor; Girls Cheney Miss, Jean I evening, :22nd: instant, after which A card of thanks to the friends and ini fi
; ;
dancing will Le in order. "RULE Odd Fellows for the kind assistance,
son hostess. Each member will be allowed to invite G"I floral tributes and burial of beloved -
Here and There Club Mrs. Z. V. -
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Raulerson.Kil one gentleman non-member, and I husband and father.
this invited guest will be permitted to
Kare Klub. The Greatest Railroad Picture ,
bring friend. those who
lady Only
U. D. C.
Annie Coleman Chapter ,
House 3 receive an invitation are expected to ever produced. Approved by all GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS
Chapter ,FridayMrs. p. m. attend, hence we ask that you fur- the prominent railroad heads,

DeWitt Miller, hostess for the nish us with the name of your expected who actually posed in the photo- PINT is easy with our paints. Just open
guest This information we must
Nullos Club. have not later than the 12th instant, graph reproduced herewith. LucerneTODAY fA}' the can and begin with the brush,

low Garden and Miss party Warlow; Judge at and"Graycroft.Mrs.War- as that is the date on which invitations ((Not one of these men receive s J They are already mixed, and the colors -
will be mailed.
Saturday less than $20,000 per year salary and ingredients are of the highest
Assuring that early attention
you your -
Entre Nous Club. I
Saturday Bridge Club. will prove of assistance, and IN grade known to the paint trade. Get
awaiting your advice, we are,
--0-- Yours very truly, FIVE BIG PARTS M painted up for Easter.
ARNOLD-SLEMMONSENGAGEMENT D. C. Miller, William Beardall, Mrs.

ANNOUNCED.Mr. Seth Woodruff, house committee. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

and Mrs William Melville
Slemons announce the engagement of DEATH OF WILLARD M. WHITE 11, "THE GRUDGE"A 205 S. Orange Avenue

their daughter, Antoinette, to Mr. # r
John Skillman Arnold, Jr., of Jack- The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Broncho Special Feature com- COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261.

sonville, Florida. The wedding tq White, at 414 North Orange avenue, *
take place in June. were greatly shocked yesterday to tThI plete in two parts. -- ---
--0-- learn of the death of Mr. White early ---- ---

this morning. Mr. White had not
I been very well for several weeks, buta
The Rosalind Club will be open few days ago he was taken with a "THE CONSTABLE'S WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
\ Thursday evening to the members and severe attack of the grippe, which
their guests for an Easter musicale caused his death. DAUGHTERA hear this before? Let the Delicatessen :Man do it.
Mr. White's home was in Springfield Something New I
when a very delightful will Something new
.. be given. Orlando music program lovers will Mass., but he has been coming HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" Beauty Comedy. Try it. Ask About. it.
to; Florida for many winters. After for the table. For one, for two, for
all be glad to hear Mrs. Helen O'Neal Complete Lunch put up ready
his first visit Orlando
Palmer, and also to have the oppor- to seven years three or more
tunity to hear the violinist Miss ago he was so pleased with this city Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
that he built home here and has
Allen, who has been spending several COLD MEATS BAKED
weeks in Winter Park. Gentlemen's continued to spend each winter here POTATO SALADJ.
since that time. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Whitehave "LOVE, OIL AND GREASE"A
evening at the club promises to be one
of unusual made many friends at the Wyoming 10 cents 20 cents R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
pleasure.0 hotel, where they have been .
taking their meals. Kalem Komedy. 26 Bakery c
Mr.Vhite leaves a widow, Mrs.
ENTRE NOUS CLUB. Ella White, and a son, Howard and a
Mrs. Leon B. Fort was hostess yes- daughter, Edith. Miss Edith White
terday afternoon for the Entre Nous spent the Christmas vacation with her

Club. Artistic vases of wild violets parents, and made a large circle of FOUR BIG REELS FOR THE
decorated the attractive rooms. The friends during her short The SALE-Cheap, two-seated carriage -
stay. Results
cards the condition. Phone Use The Sentinel Want Ads For
score carried out Easter son arrived from the North last evening in good SAME LITTLE PRICES
idea, being decorated with tiny chicks and he and Mrs. White will accompany 10211 rings. 4-6-3t
and tied with yellow ribbon. Miss the body to Springfield
.. Peck and Mrs. Thos. Brodwater were where the funeral will take place. WANTED-Good, second hand dresser -
the invited! guests.. l\liss.I Branch: captured ; must be cheap. Apply at 406 -
the club prize and Mrs. rod- Gunby avenue. 4-o-Jt
water was again the fortunate winnerof

the guest prize. Both prizes were WORKERS TODAY FOR RENT-Cox visible typewriter. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
unusually useful as well as ornamental. Apply to J. F. Watkins, No. 2 Amer-
; The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Reference was made in some of the ica street. 4-6-Gt
Rogers, served delicious pear and pulpits of the city churches Sundayto
almond salad, sandwiches, iced tea, the plans of the American Rescue LOST-Black mare mule; split in one Established 1886
--0-- Orlando.It returned, or notify James Porter.
DONE-ROLL. is genrally]] felt that the emergency ; 4-G-3t

Mr. Joseph W. Done came into Or- home plan will fill a need in I _
lando yesterday from Kissimmeq this city. The meeting to be held in I EGGS FOR HATCHING-From the CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
looking exactly like a clearheaded'determined the Lucerne theatre this afternoon at very choicest White Indian Runner
man, bent on a mission. It 4:15 promises to be well attended. ducks, at one dollar per twelve. W. K.
was not long before he found the :Many women and prominent businessmen Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla. 4-6-Gt
have promised to be there. Manyof
manse of the First Presbyterian
church when he drew a license issuedin ; the ministers of the gospel will be FOR RENT-A 4 room house in Con- LOANS
Osceola county, giving him the legal there and alively and interesting cord Park; low rent. Apply at cor-
right to marry Miss Emma Roll, meeting should result.ADDITIONAL. ner of Amelia avenue and Putnam

and said: 'I have come for the knot street. A. P. Butman. 4-6-3t REAL ESTATE RENTALS
to be tied by one in the ordained min LOCAL .
istry. I believe in the law so far as a WANTED-Elderly lady wishes position -

license goes, but I want the sanctionof Messrs. Joseph Samuels, H.V.. as nurse. Experienced in
the organized church on my mar- Link and C. II. Jones were in Orlando taking care of patients. Address
riage." The couple were married in yesterday from Zellwood. Messrs Mrs. :M. S. Coope, 511 Hughey street
the presence of the household of the Samuels and Link are prominently 4-6-lt
manse and received good wishes. The identified with the business life of
Sentinel, in giving notice of the happy Dallas Texas, and are making a tour SAVE \IONEY-By buying cane, soy
event desires also to wish long of Florida in their Franklin car. They beans, field peas grass seed etc.,
life and happiness to both bride and have spent the past month at Zell from Carter, Venable & Co. (Inc.),
groom. wood and now go to Tampa and St. Richmond, Va. Write for prices. For Sale

Petersburg.Mr. 4-6-6t

OF INTEREST.The and Mrs. Chas. Tiedtke FOR SALE-Cheap, one fine banjo;
Misses Holt will entertain at family, who have been spending and the one good guitar; one leather suitcase House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price
auction 4x5 box plate camera one
bridge Wednesday afternoon. season at their palatial home on the ; one ;
steel trunk, 30x15x37. See them at
The "999 Club will meet with Mrs corner leave today of Hillcrest for Toledo and, Ohio Magnolia, where, 106 Gould street. 4-6-6t $4500.00. A bargain.

Louis Dolive this morning at ten they will remain until fall. This esti-
o'clock. -
family have many friends here
CLOTHES under the
-- super
who always welcome them their
The Cathedral school "at home"will on vision of Miss Echols. She is responsible -
return. Mr. Tiedtke has a large department f
be postponed from Tuesday to Thurs- store in the Buckeye State- for fit and style of dress. 505
day the 8th. South Main. 46GtcI
and is one of this city's best boosters. -
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On account of illness, the Wednesday IIA'MOVED STUDIO from the
Card Club, which was to hate Watkins block to 505 South Main.
been entertained on the seventh, has BrSIXESIEETIXG: Are you looking for wedding pres-
been postponed. ents? Come and see my china. Or-
-()- Regular monthly business meetingof ders taken for initial and monogram.
Friends ofIr.. and Mrs. Skye V the board of stewards of the First :Miss Echols. 4-6-6tc
"+ Straley will be pleased to learn that :Methodist church Tuesday (today) at
their two delightful children, Virginiaand 7:30 p. m. The board will meet at SPECIAL COACH PARTY TO NEW
Charles, who have been ill, are the home of the president, Mr. F. A. YORK FRIDAY NIGHT. APRIL
greatly improved. Curtis, as guests of Mrs. Curtis. A 16, VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
-- full attendance is requested.J. RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER. METHOD !
The Annie Coleman Chapter of the B. Ley, pastor. 820 WEST CENTRAL .\YE., OR GET:
U. D. C. will hold its regular business OUR{ IDENTIFICATION CARDS

meeting at the Chapter House Thurs- CARD OF THANKSMr. FROM THE TICKET AGENT MR. My method has paid both myself and clients well.If .
day evening, April 8, instead of with WHITE, AT DEPOT.I6tfc

Miss :Margaret: Hart, as stated in the : and :Mrs. F. X. Schuller and interested in Real Estate
A. C. I TRAIN 86 you are .
year book. Mrs. Minnetta Packard Hill extend .
-o- their sincere thanks to their many Effective April 5, A. C. L. Palmetto
Miss Zillah Shepard entertained a friends for the many kindnesses and Limited, train 86, will leave Jacksonville IT

jolly party of young people last evening I loving thoughtfulness during the recent 1:3.5 p. m., arrive Washington
at a picnic in honor of her sister, illness and bereavement in the 12:38 p. m. Philadelphia 4:03 p. m., WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS
Miss Shepard of Chicago who is a I loss of their mother, :Mrs. Athena New York 6:20 p. m., daily. All steel
guest at Cathedral school for the Easter ;-I Packard. trains. Free reclining chair cars.
holidays. The crowd left early: in Dining car service. 4-6-lt
the afternoon by auto for Wekiwa I WALTER W. ROSE
i Springs where supper was served and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Brown. of Bos-
a dance enjoyed afterwards. I ton. Mass., are paying this section of
I Orlando Wood Yard !I I Florida a visit and are pleasantly located Real Estate

BENEFIT RECITAL AT at the San Juan hotel.

A concert and musicale will be given St. two blocks RENTALS LOANS

at Rollins College]] this evening: by north on Railroad. west end Washington -
Mrs. Pratt, wife of the vicepresidentof IOSTEOPATHYDR. Suite 1 and 3 Watkins Building
St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
the college, and Dr. Julia A. Allen,
a noted violinist. Mrs. Pratt is an all times. J. c. HOWELL Phone 555iiauIinS
accomplished elocutionist, and will
give readings from Romeo and Juliet. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Dr. Allen is a doctor of music and Kirksville Graduate

comes from Scranton, Pa. She is visiting B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE Consultation Free
Winter Park on a vacation, and Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
it is considered extremely fortunate HoteL
V. for the music lovers of Orlando and I 344
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
: the Rollins environs generally that Orlando, Fla. l


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E AUTOING mechanic, NORTH at present? Automobile employed, J-/umber La-rl1.s mid Shingle

Lake Site SENTINELWANTS I would like to drive some car back
north. Address "North," care Sen-
tinel. 4-4-31

WANTED-An experienced, respon-
sible Northern man sees a good
usiness: chance in Orlando, but lacks
Two sufficient capital. Will some one ba*k
him for a modest amount? Addres
The Morning Sentinel Want "Business," care Sentinel. 4-4-31
. Directory is the Greatest Want OILANf)()
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. CONTRACTORR.
N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
Terms Cash in Advance.: before letting contract, if you are going
to build and want the best house
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES possible for money invested.P. .

For One Day ______________25t O. Box 195. LPhone 478. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
Knock Out
_' tage on two lakes. For Three Days ____________50c 2-18-lmoc ,

acre. For Six Days _______________75c: ---- -
per For One Month ___________$2. 0 EXCHANGE-Choice land for a good
mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of automobile. T. J. Wilson, R. F. D. I
60 acres, No. 1, 4-2-6t*
25 words or less. If the ad con- city.
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for SPECIAL COACH FOR NEW YORK
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- April 6th, at 7 p. m. Rate $17.60. r."A
sertion.If See Wm. Morris, 404 West Church
can't bring ad to street. Phone 622. 4-3-3t "
you your HAPPY EASTER;
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
opened by telephone will be PARTY FORMING, special rates to
payable the following day. New York, leading Orlando night e
April 8th via Atlantic Coast Line and
Business savannah Line. Special through car
Every Home-Every
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a from Orlando to Savannah. See Mr.
Sentinel Want Ad. A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando.
3-26-tf t
Wvtklns Block PHONE 504 You will certainly have a Happy Easter in your home if your meals I
Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
FOR SALE 3-3-tf are cooked with Gas. There is something about a Gas Range that makes I Ia

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-One beautiful piano, in HOOSIER SPRING WATER-Just woman happy, you know, and when a woman is happy about getting the
top notch condition, as good as new received 60 gallons Hoosier Spring
and of splendid make, at bargain figure water. $1.20 for 5 gallons. City Drug meals the whole family is happy too.
can buy foundation if bought at once. Also some Store. Phone 632. 3-31-6tc
stone building blocks, side- dressers and beds. Going North. Box
Of if her is out of whack the woman is not so happyas
walk tile, or anything In my 775. 4-3-3tc LOST-PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN course, gas range
line at reduced. Call around :
Studebaker auto, she might be.
and let me surprise you on 20 horse power; two safes, and fine REWARD FOR RETURN TO W. C. .

prices. store Florida fixtures.Real Estate Inquire and Phone InvestmentCo. 570, ESSINGTON. 4-2-tf Maybe its some trifling piece of adjustment needed. Perhaps the oven

F. D. GORE, 4-2-6t COME, join first class party for New does not seem to bake "just like it used to." Call for one of our troublemen.
York, through car by S. A. L. and
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome B. & O. R. R., on April 28th. Apply It won't cost a cent.
for small family; garden 212 Ridgewood avenue. Pullman res- you
Nothing charged at these prices. growing; fruit, shrubbery and flowers ervations can be had. 4-2-4tc

; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion Maybe, however, your stove is worn out. Gas stoves will wear out,
avenue. 3-7 lmo'FOR For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -

go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf even though they are long lived. Rust plays a strong part in wearing out
OSTEOPATHDR. SALE-Modern home; eight
rooms and bath; orange trees and BUYERS AND SELLERS I gas stoves in this climate. Our experts will gladly call and tell you
I buy, sell rent, and charge real
large oak; seven minutes walk to i
I' JOSEPHINE HARPER postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
:' whether it will pay to have it repaired or to get a new one.
Office corner Orange Avenue and 412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see me.
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. If there is anything wrong, let us fix it; but don't blame gas as a fuel. .

Phone 419.FLORIDA. cottage, seven rooms and bath,
t modern conveniences, roomy porches, It is the best there is and then some. a
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf Easter Lillies

PRODUCTS FOR SALE Story & Clark upright
G grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Weeks in the recent contest will be FOR EASTERGet
The Wakefield Preserving Com sold for benefit of Baptist church

of Geneva, Fla., had a display of building fund. Piano may be seen
e pany at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies Weeks, 10 Washington street. your orderin ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
and Preserves at the County Fair

: that were admired by all who saw FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock GAS DEPARTMENT
them. and tools best farm in county; va- early
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
This company now has a display in to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock

our window. Be sure to see it. Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
er. 1-16-tfc '- 'y
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: TOURISTSshould FOR RENT ..violet Dell Florist. --

s FOR mer RENT my home-Will known rent "Michigan for the sum- FOUR STEEL TRAIN!

take some of this Florida Fruit :Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue, J. M. CARUTHERSPhone I

home with them.CARUTHERS. west. All or part of this nine room
house, with barn, hen house and four
please.lots; all Wm.conveniences.L. COl''ell.I4tf See me soon, 509. 408 South Lake St. TO THE NORTH WEST

& GORE FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms for
light housekeeping; summer rates; Do Your
close in, in a pleasant neighborhood; 1 jlllllll1; ;1Wi: :. III .,II..I ";;:: iW: 11 lli .
Eola Park. Address East
New Modern G near Pine. 4-3-6t \\, ) 0....:.:.: '<. .:.:.:..:" .. '' ...;.:11'
Grocery[ [ ElectricFixtures > .. : '

FOR RENT-Nice house, seven rooms. :; 1;"; ,'ji! j!
and bath unfurnished; ten minutes ..7..c t NIGHT NIGHT
walk from court house. Applv of I Look ;, NI NT
Phone 200 I [hf ', :'''TI F''" ""i
owner, W. N. Hurd, 110 Summerlin \\ .
Place. 4-3-3t :.m:1: ( .. ,r .11t,: : .
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Old and .; :;ii" '-il ;,'IIU ; : ." "

6 and 8 East Pine St. FURNISHED ROOMS Two dollarsa tk ,:; .: I II l liJ I) I ;: ..... 'I. II,
\ :; .f 1
week. Apply Room 7, over Model : ij ,: : :: _
Cafe, after 6 p. m. Young men pre Worn Out ? ro-I (\1. 'I .... l .II ,.. 0 ,', .
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ferred. 436t'FOR .
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RENT-For the +I I' .
summer season .
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Oflaodo-Waslii a furnished bungalow, suitable for I I have established a plant for ...11 '" ... /?. I. ,. . I _JlI-
I .
inRton small family; fine location; an ideal ill 'J. Ihn: ;;;:: 1_ ..L' ; : .
home. Rent $18 per month. AddressE. the refinishing of all metal ; J.II: JIJ& I ''I, 'I ... .x.>J'. i' f, .f!.... ',.', .
J. T.. Sentinel office. 4-1-6tc II. _
fixtures and brass beds. This

FOR nished RENT-Three room flats, fur- work is done at a small cost, and COACHES: SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS.

or unfurnished; low rates to . ,
DRAWING ROOM I permanents; close in; vacancies in {JJ. h. ,. ll. ',"''/ V.l_" "L.I.0 .J. J.I.\. .I j .OJ. .J J.ff.
fixtures look like ,
two houses; all improvements. See makes your I J 11 .11 L-. :J I 'I: U : fF'T, .:::, I I D;.
Sleeping Car owner 3-30-lmo, 301 East Livingston. avenue. new. rt1.; ( ":(.I:! .::--tu 1 1 rr l1 ) : Il n ''Drr.' y i7JrJ \

'I 1 If \ .., Iii, 1 t1' I
r ''r i
Stock of second hand fixturesfor rJ, 'r ;
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five .
First Car on March 16 room house. Apply 510 W. Central. sale. '. } ]r \
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FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Phone 652; and I will call and t -, 1 I [ t \ ... I II I ,' \ I.1 tot -
VIA mer, or by the year* cheap. T. A. I .:I HE I I.J: ,., t I 1,
Yancey. 3-28-tfc estimate jour job. ,
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Atlantic Coast Line FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con- ..;;;;;:;;;;:. -- ..;;: I :...' t.. .
} \11
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. 'l'
Knox. 11-3-tf L. W. LEWIS. i : -' i.:. ..'1 .
Standard Railroad of the South //jll1f1I1I'' : :rf : : .01) ,
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M\ to adults only. 409 Delaney street. ..... .!.. .- ; ,. '-J. I ... .
10-25-tf : ;.. .!ff1i ;:J 1( ( ;; ,; /f,,: ...
:JJ.-::: :::::;.;:. 3'L".T.. '..J ...... .:.;,;j .... .,. t J I I
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Tuesdays Thursdaysand : : Pf'CI. ', "" -... f 'L- :'i. I

SaturdaysLeaving five passenger automo- OON'T WORRY 'jJ a r

bile; must be in first class condi- i \ I ,d I
Orlando on Train 82, tion. F. A. Lowe, 501 West street.

at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays south. 4-3-3t

and Saturdays.For WANTED POSITION-A young man, if you are disappointedabout X -Dixie Limited discontinued alter npm ->iu, said
honest and reliable, getting a new Eas-
Reservations and Tickets tion of some kind; he desires is willing!a posi-to ter Suit,we can put your A. W. FR1TOT, D. P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
call on A. (IC. L. Local Ticket start on a small say and work up;

Agent. can care use Sentinel.typewriter. Address F.4-3-6t P. R., tion old one for just in good such occas-condi- 1 J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla

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WANTED-To buy automobile in
good condition on reasonable terms. I PHONE 646 j TRACY & )MOORE CARPENTERS
Address D., care Sentinel. 3-31-6t Dr. S. S. Jones I -House repairs of all kinds done

..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac j promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
.hwu WANTED BOARDERS 623 W. CHIROPRACTOR I screen doors and windows a specialty
Church street with private familever.thin } ; FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- I sleeping porches, counters, shelving
neat and clean. Board and Dry Cleaning graduate Davenport College 17 and garages, office fixtures; window and
room $5 per week. 3-31-61 Steam Cleaning BARNARD & SON 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ; door frames made to order. Get our
209. Intelligent people everywhereare : orices. 18 East
Church street.
DR. L H. RAMSDEU1) WANTED-Boy between 14 and 16 Pressing and RepairingThe 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.!i being restored to health by chiro- postal will bring us. 3-31-Imo A
OPTOMETRIST years of age to wait on trade and l2-10-m !i practic adjustments, the new scienceof !
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE deliver packages. Opportunity for iI removing the cause of disease. Examination -
advancement to the right kind of boy. classified advertising depart- I free. 1224lmoGet 1 An 8xl0 Kodak enlargement tree i iat
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES No application given consideration un- ment of today's issue contains some Daily reading of Sentinel ads is I l Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf i
AND DO ALL KINDS OF less references accompany it. C. D., special advertisements that may interest sure profit. Don't pass that part of the in the Sentinel first. I s
Sentinel. 4-4-3tc Read them the news All round money getters--want ads.
OPTICAL REPAIRING care you. over and see. paper by.


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Sold 68 pieces of property in 19(4.( They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you must



To satisfy they must have bargains for buyers---and buyers for bargains. Their record is on record. Look it up and write for Red Book.



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ORLANDO BANQUET MOLEY'S the fine golf course or on the tennis FORDS ON EUROPEAN BATTLEFIELDS used for commissary wagons, Red I
CREW WAS LIVELY AFFAIR courts.It Cross ambulances and as conveyances The Last Week of the
was a great trip for the condi- for quick fire guns. The man declared |
tioning of players, and when the fans A man just returned from the Eu- that fully 75 per cent. of the i
By 1(. C. Vance go out to Rickwood to see the rest of ropean war states that the majority cars used by the various armies are
.. Columbus Ga.-The banquet ten- the exhibition games they will see the of cars used have the Ford chassis, I Fords. I
dered the Barons by the Board of bayy players in the best of shape, and that some of the little cars are i i PERU PANAMA HAT CO.
Trade of Orlando at the San Juan and, best of all, they will see BALL carrying as many as a dozen soldiers I
hotel Thursday evening was a fitting PLAYERS. about the battlefields. They are also Get the news in the Sentinel first.
climax to the stay of the club in Or :Moley: has corralled a likely crew,
lando. and it is a safe bet that he will follow -
The business and influential men of his usual' custom of finishing in IN ORLANDOAt
the town turned out in full force to do the first division.
the Barons honor and some fitting I While the Barons did not fare the
talks were made by the members of : best in the world from a standpoint Merck's Pharmacy, 21 S. Orange Avenue
the board. "i of victories, they could have won
Dr. John W. Stagg, formerly of
more had Moley kept his pitchers in
Birmingham, acted in the capacity of I;I while they were going good. But he I
toastmaster and handed the Barons came to Orlando with the intention of
many bouquets as he introduced the I I seeing what he had in stock, and whena
speakers.It man was going good in the box he $ 5.
was a regular love feast and the would yank him out and see what the I ;
Baron boys enjoyed it to the fullest other fellow had. dark baffling Mys
'extent. Scott Chestnutt made a fine This proved disastrous from a win- lurks within The I
talk how the boys impressed JEP
on were
but it served its
ning standpoint pur- Box.
with the town, and Scott waxed eloquent -
as he talked of the things he pose and helped Moley to decide just 4 t \ character in this I
who would and who would not do. At marvelous photoplay wants
had seen and had been impressed with
during his stay in Orlando. that, though, the Barons played .500 to know the secret. You will want
ball. They won one from the Athletics to know it too. Give yourself the
The citizens of Orlando treated the
two from Rollins College and
treat of your life. Enjoy as you
boys cordially during their stay in the two from the Havana Reds makingfive k have never enjoyed before the
town. and proved to be a hospitablelot. victories. They dropped one to I I baffling mystery and the wonderful
the Phillies, tied one with them, lost detective work in all of
Teh two papers, the Morning Senti- to Brooklyn and lost three games to I the fifteen episodes of the most i
nel and the afternoon Reporter-Star,
the Louisville Colonels.
I powerfully gripping play ever
dealt out publicity by the ream and II I a staged for the silent; drama.
handled the games played in regular Bring all family and all
fashion. RIVER ODDITIES I your
league towns They kept
their hammers handy and applied your friends.See the smooth HerbertRaw- We offer our entire stock for less
them when the team lost, but that'swhat The branches of the Mississipihave
linson in the detective
newspapers are the world over an aggregate length of 15,000 greatest -
and that's what the fans expect of miles. His character wonderful work ever will portrayed.fascinate r than cost in order to raise money. a
them. The Connecticut, principal streamof .
you. See bow be uses the nhe rd-of
. While the Barons came to Orlandoto New England, is 450 miles long. marvels of science to unravel the tangled
t plot woven about the mysterious Black Box. I Credit Does Demand It. Come in and
work and prepare themselves for The Irish in Siberia is 2,200 milesin
You to the movie to enjoy to be entertained.:you want the greatest enjoyment you'yaever
the coming season, the trip proved a length, and drains 600,000 miles of to -
delightful one and the managementof territory. experiencedSee
the club killed two birds with one During a single flood of the Yangste THE BLACK BOXThe be convinced.
stone when it sent them to Orlandoto Kiang in China, 600,000 persons were
train. It saw to it that the boys drowned. I
15 week
Serial Supreme Episodes one a
were conditioned for the grind of the The Arkansas river is 2,170 miles Photoplay I
coming season, and also tendered long, but at various points in its ROOF GARDEN THEATRE Remember, If You Buy Your Hat Elsewhere, We Both Lose.
them one grand picnic as a side line. course is very thin;for its length.
:Many hours were spent at the fish- The Potomac river is only 500 miles
ing grounds and in the orange groves. long, and in its lower course is ratheran I
Many strolls were taken around the estuary than a stream.
beautiful lakes and the members of The Mississippi, at the point whereit
the Country Club came forward and flows out of Lake Itasca, is ten feet
issued every Baron a card grantinghim wide and eighteen inches deep. I--J ffLal'SII : Our Jit J l n
the privileges of the club during The Columbia river of Canada is Trj ) lJartnmllt
their stay. :Many of the boys took 1,400 miles in length; the stream of I
'. advantage of this and spent hours on the same name in Oregon is 600. f

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience

of Operation For ExchangeTwo -

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Remington .'Z.. Remington Good Farms 160 acres each in Kansas

100 acres in each farm in cultivation, have wheat crops now growing, they are

want good lands in Orange County, mustencumbered I f i600.00; will trade
be good farm lands. These Kansas farms or"

Oualit y RefinmentElectric are worth $25 per acre. These farms I' equity for Orange County, Florida, lands.

Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C.

Annual rental for 16 houses$2904.00 j Want to trade this property for good land,

Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. Annual expense on the 16 houses$1632.50 groves, Farm or City Property in Orange

Net income per annum$1271.50 I County. Make us an otTe:.
Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches.

Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit One of the best farms in the State of GeorgiaLocated

three miles from Plains, Ga., Want to exchange this farm for a good

on fine road. There are 440 acres and 300 small grove and small farm, in Orange
acres in cultivation; plenty of tenant County, Florida. What have you to offer

THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATION. houses, and good eight room dwelling. for this elegant farm.

,t In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends 574 Acre farm in GeorgiaOne

half in cultivation, near fine Academy, dition; plenty of barns, stock sheds, etc.

( on good road; runs 40 to 50 plows. This is This place equipped as it is is worth thirty

: ... not a run-down place, but is in perfect conthousand dollars; we want to exchange it

:?L': : . a tone of distinction to dition; has $15,000.00 worth of stock and for a Florida Hotel worth the money; do
,. implements, feed grain, etc., now on place.
-' = the occupants.The All of the dwelling is modern and up to not submit old dilapidated property that

w date. All tenant houses in first-class conis not worth the money.

-H Fine business block, seventh street, Washington, D. C.

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power com
Brick business block on seventh street, I 1000.00, long time to run. Want to

,. 'J. :, > mands respect. Washington. D. C., with flats on second trade this equity of $7(00.00 for a good

floor, rents for $60.00 per month, always I
grove, well located.
rented, price $12,500.00. Encumbered for
Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn,

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim WARING REALTY COMPANYR.


D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish we can match what you have

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E. O. Marshal, one of Alta-
monte's popular winter visitors, spent
several hours in Orlando jesterday. "

Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the \ ar f V \\
next day. 3-3-tf SAT//NGS/N THE' fefc m ">vs :

I Mrs. D. M. Topliff, who has been ill BA/VX ""LxSN /
wi ththe grippe for the past ten days,
V is gradually improving, which will be (
good news to all her friends. #

: Mrs. B. G. Abernethy left yesterday
/ : afternoon for Tampa where she will
I Msti her daughter, Mrs. C. V. Whit-
; taker.

i Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Sturgeon, who
l I have been spending the winter in Or-
lando, guests at the New Lucerne hotel
STEAL VS. STEEL left yesterday for their home ib
Youngstown, Ohio.
1 You can't steal through steel. Fire
I Mrs. J. R. Davidson, of Gonnellsville. 1,
and water cannot it. Backof t I Q a1 :
penetrate Pa., and Miss Alice Davies, of p
it lies safety absolutely and en- Nashua, Fla., are spending a few days :
with Mr. and Mrs. G.1.. Cooley, of 7 / t .
I during. At $1.00 a year a safety box: Wet Central avenue. .
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J for valuables in our Massive Steel ;
Mr. J. Tilden Jacobs, one of Chu-
and Steal-proof Vaults is the most and
luota'a sterling business men
carefully guarded investment you and postmaster at that prosperous place,
spent some time in Orlando yesterday -
your can make. transacting business.Mr. \\t qi

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, F. D. Fuller, the clever and
hustling representative of Penny

auctioneers, left yesterday for Palat- MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-
ka where he will spend several days.
Mr. Cliff Cohen, the indefatigableand
irrepressible traveling passenger
l -A agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, is YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN U PER CENT. IN-
spending today in and around Eustisin

I Mr. John Miller former well
known citizen of Orlando, but now residing -
in St. Petersburg, is in the city TOMER.
visiting his sister, Mrs. W. T. Miller,
at the Willola.Mr. .

and Mrs. L. M. Smith and chil- Peoples National Bank"IT
dren motored to Orlando yesterdayfrom
Dajrtona. They expect to remain -
here several days before returning "
to their home in Miami.

Mrs. J. F Metz and niece, Miss
--.- Margaret Hill, who have been visiting -
their father and sister Dr. E.
Prince and Mrs. W. P. Hill, at I'j
way, left yesterday for their home = ,

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LET US S FURNISH YOUR Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Newell leave
today for Sanford, Maine. They will
make some stops on way. They lived
while here at 108 Summerlin Place,
and have enjoyed: their stay in Or- New fisk Prices
lando very much, and expect to return :
PORCH RIGHT NOWIf next winter. .

Miss Belle Leake left yesterday afternoon : At New Low Prices
for Tampa to visit her friend. .
Mrs. Walter Pierce. She
was accom-
panied by her brother-in-law: L Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
F. Blanker, a popular knight of the
it is one Piece or Complete grip, who was en route to St. I'eters- .
burg. : Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tube

Suite need 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
you we can please you Mr. F. E Van Warner and daughter -
Miss Eva, of Halstead, Pa., are 30 x 3V4 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

monds.visiting Mr.Mrs.and Symonds Mrs. Henry isIr.S., Van Sy- 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

Warner's youngest daughter. Miss 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00
Van Warner will spend the summer
and winter here. 36 x 42 _-$27.35 28.70 5.20

Here Few SuggestionsVudor 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
are a :\IissIargaret Kimmell, of Somer-
sett, Pa., and Miss Jane Caldwell, of If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
Vineland, N. J., who have been spending -
Porch Shades in all sizes. the winter in Orlando at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Howard 208
Genuine Crex Rugs in all Sizes___________50c. to $12.50 Robinson avenue, were among those We Have a Service Station.
leaving for the North yesterday.Mr. .
Genuine Deltox Rugs, in all sizes __________25c. to $7.50

Good Fibre Rugs, 9x12 ________________________$5.95 spent. yesterday W. I. Huffstetlet in Orlando of with Miami his Adjustments Made Here.San .

Genuine Cingoleum Rugs, all patterns and prices. mother, Mrs. J. Q. Myers, and sister
Mrs. Daisy Muirr. Fortune has
II American Fibre Porch Suites, specially priced. smiled upon Mr. Huffstetler since locating -
in the Magic City, all of which
Chinese Hong Kong Chairs and Suites. will be good news to his friends in
this section. Juan Garage Company | !
Old Reliable Maple and Double Cane Porch Rockers and

The following were among the arrivals -
Chairs always good.
at the San Juan hotel yesterday -

: Miss G. F. Carraway, South 4 1..III.I..I..I..I..I. . . 'I..I.-a- .***. ..
Carolina; Mrs. L. S. Ewing, Birmingham -
: Let us Save You Money ; John S. Ward, Chicago; Richard! I
II. Pratt, Atlanta; J. J. Byne, New
York; B. E. Morrill and C. W. Hug- t I.

Oscar Hand & Son gins,.Tampa.Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Dixon, who

have been spending the season in Or- ...,r ..
lando, guests at the Empire hotel, z. '
leave today for their home in New '
West Pine Street York city. Mr. Dixon is the head ofa I
large fruit and produce company in I
the metropolis and has been putting ;
in the winter to good advantage buying -
and shipping; to his firm. \ I

lillUtllllllllMIIMMilMMIIIIIIIIIIITHE ''Mil'', Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall who have j THE SAVINGS CENTER i ..,: ,
been spending the season at their
pretty home 109 Liberty street. left I
HAPPY j jJ yesterday for their summer headquarters SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE .;, r
in Warren, Rhode Island. Mr. I .a .
and Mrs. Hall have been coming to I INVESTMENTS, in the long run are L4- ; '; .
this city for several years and like all : .
J I EASTER GIFT others who own property in Orange : placed where earning power combines with 44 '""" J.'
county have the Sentinel follow them : ;
: while absent from Orlando.Mr. -:.. -'

C r Let a welcome gem-set ring say "Happy Easter" for Chas. F.-Granniss i is now at I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING j t.
you this coming glad season. Delight a dear parent, a his home. 106 West street, having recently -:
: big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or returned from Waterhury I DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER + :
Conn., where he had been for the past ,
friend. two months with his family. Mr. '
r There is Granniss is one of the largest: citrus j : 9
life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than Jf
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts growers to remain in Orange in this county section and for two expects 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.Consultation.

lack. I' or three weeks looking after his in- -e e ay
terests. !
t And, let the ring you give be an unusual ring-one : I ;
k that is guaranteed to endure through a life of constantwear. I Mr. J. A. Hallenbeck! and family. j J" A I
who have been snendinsr the season | ya
i at their home in the southern part of ,
the city left yesterday for Rockford.i
;; : m.Ir.. Hallenbeck. who is one of !i
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry the large hardware merchants in that
place, intends to arrange his business I
f' Repairing Engraving t and with his family will return to ,
make their permanent home in Or- '

... lando. Orlaildo Bank & .Tint t C CoMlially

y r : making Mr. S. Orlando T. Nelson his who headquarter has been !' n

j since the middle of November left
; .I| yesterday Hastings, where he will !
T. H. EVANS : look over the potato situation; Mr '
Nelson:: represents Wm. Weinert & I Incurs No Obligation."
; : Company, commission merchain- I
r 1 Philadelphia, Pa., and says; he has enjoyed -
JEWELER I a very pleasant and successful : .
I season and that he has left several
:I thousand of perfectly good dollars. I
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