The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00224
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Will;Hold Installation of Offi- Deputy Sheriff Arrests Five Ille-
fcers Tonight-A Big Time At Late Hour gal Seiners-Hearing Before HOST TO S.AILIOFFICIALS .' -

1 tGIIY .HALLJOR Planned and Visitors Judge Martin CAPTURE TWO FUll REGIMENTS

i f' ExpectedAt 60,000 GERMANS RUSH TO CAR TodayFor

i 1 i L PATHIANS BECAUSE OF Russians Sweep Along Dawa .

O lANDO a recent meeting of Orlando RUSSIAN MENACE some time reports have been Rher-Capture Hungarian a
I Lodge of Elks it was decided to havea reaching the sheriff's office that illegal -
Rotterdam, March .-There are
iy, j social session in conjunction with fishing or seining in the lakes and Troops and a.

eClTY: COUNCIL ACCEPTED the installation of the newly elected persistent reports from Belgium that streams of Orange county was being PRES. HARRIHAN AND OTH- Battery 'jj

officers which takes place at their the Germans are about to shorten carried on, so Deputy Sheriff J. W. -

r.. A' CHITECTS' .PLANS home this'evening.: It is the intentionof their line on the western front and Bass was sent out Tuesday on a re- ER OFFICIALS GIVEN Petrograd, March 31.-From the J

I .: ,YESTERDAYEi those having the matter in chargeto withdraw some kilometers eastwardto connoitering expedition and returned LONG RIDE Russian base across the Uszok, Lup- j

--=-. I make this event one of the most new lines in Flanders.It with five men, all white, which he kow and Bartfield line, a substantial ;
I enjoyable in the history of the lodge.It took in tow with his drag net. It is beginning of the spring campaign is
Jt Ei BIOS T0 BE!RECEIVED E TWO WEEKSI is the earnest desire of the faithful Is believed the movemen is due reported that they were ngaged in WILL IMPROVE OVIE00 SERVICE 'I beginning to be visible, as the Rus- 1

'I" "' I to induce several Elks of prominencein to pressure experienced in the Carpa- fishing in Lake Apopka. The sus- I sian column is moving into Hungary ;

And Will 'Be Awarded the order to grace the ceremonies thians from the Russians.A pects are in limbo and will have their Pres. Harrihan Intimates Improvement along the Dawa river and has cap- i
f .Contract
.:., : : .with their".presence. message from Tongres asserts preliminary hearing before County tured two full regiments and field 1
1 '- ,-i-Plans Provide for Two: I that within the past week 60,000 Germans Judge Martin tomorrow morning. in Service on battery.The -j
Story Building of ; DEATH F DESADIRO QUINA mostly cavalry, passed through Oviedo Branch Will Austrians are bringing up 1

.' 1' ----- there bound for the Carpathians. SEVERAL NEW POSTAL TELEGRAPH Be Made large reinforcements from the south i

.\,_ Brick Mr? Desadiro Quina died in this city Thirty per cent. of the German STATIONS and the first stages of the battle in

J.i last/evening at 6:20 o'clock at the forces recently assembled on the Yser INSTALLED which great numbers will be engaged sis
The Board of Trade yesterday
: f In a- secret session'yesterday evening
home of his brother, Mr. John Quina, front have been withdrawn for this now developing. 1
: 'f' the city; council considered plans I 609 West Pine street, aged 32 years, purpose. *Manager Moore of the Postal Tele- played host to the visiting SeaboardAir i The Germans in the north are j

.iJ} submitted bay two local architects for from 'a complication of diseases. graph company yesterday received Line officials who were in the city spending their time until fresh corps
i.? 'a new city'hall: .cost approximately. The deceased was for a number of FEARS EITEL WILL BE BLOWN the following wire: for several hours, later leaving for arrive from the west in restless and ]

:1I* $45,000. With a few changes the yearS in the employ of the Orlando UP AND ASKS FOR "Bushnell, Fla., March 31.--The I Virginia. The special train of three i futile raids.
wer"eaccepted the architects'were
.j' < _plans and Telephone company and had a large PROTECTION business men of this section are rejoicing I
%f' directed to proceed with number of friends all of whom will Washington, March 31.Commander I over the advent of the Postal coaches was met yesterday morning Paris Statement
: : themand have them completed within C. P. Dow, of the Boardof
I by president
.4f "
j I regret exceedingly to hear of his de- Thierichens of the Eitel, at New- I Telegraph' company into this city. Paris, March 31.-Tonight's official

'I' Wo' At weeks.,the expiration; of that time bids I, mise.t port News, through Admiral Beatty, Offices have been established at the Trade; V. W. Estes, secretary, and I statement says the Champagne artillery 1
: Mr. Quina was born in Pensacola, and the commandant at Norfolk to- f store and residence of I. H. Hays and Jas. L. Giles, who gave them a ride actions took place in the region
be received and contracts will be t I
: Iwfll and besides his wife and two little day appealed to this government to I both day and night service can be ob- in their automobiles around Orlando I Ii of Beausejour and Ville Sur Tourbe.
; awarded. This will 'mean a new, up children, leaves a father and four protect his vessel from being blown tained. Communication direct with "In the there is incessant
p 'to date and. strictly modern city hallI. | and various points of interest in Or- 1
brothers to mourn his loss. all large cities can be had from this between Four de
activity especially
lor O'rlando.one that will be in keep- up.Admiral i I ange county. The officials were favorably
The remains will be taken to Kis-
Beatty communicated the place. Within the next week service Paris and Bagatelle. During the nightof
, t. ing'with the growing interests of the simmee, where he had been residingfor request to Secretary Daniels and sug- will be commenced at Webster, Cen- impressed by the city. March 30-31 we carried 150 yards

-;'city. This is an improvement! thatiOrlandp'has some months, and the home of his gested that the application be granted. ter Hill, Wildwood, and Coleman. The With Mr. low was Commissioner of trenches, taking some prisonersand

: needed for many years. wife, for interment. lie was an Odd service of the Postal is recognized as Johnson and officials, with Mr. Giles capturing two mortars. 1J
: :The pew: ,city hall will be locatedbvhere3'the Fellow and the obsequies will be con- from the best and most reliable and
American soldiers Fortress very was President lIarrihan, and withI' "During the whole of last night the ,
and i
;. .: 'present engine house ducted by that order Friday morning. Monroe are immediately to place aguard satisfactory in every way and the Mr. Estes were other officials. Mr.J. Germans bombarded the trenches
; CIty hall -stands. It will be constructed -
now Undertaker Hand has charge of all on the Eitel. Since the arrival people are very glad to have this ad- I' N. Bradshaw was also a* the station which< .: entirely brick light, airy,
arrangements. here Thierichens has received daily dition to Bushnell. and greeted the officials. tre woods. They counter attacked at
?+ tand .omfotiable--andwill"pnneet. allthe'needs I
i -" : +. letters threatening- blowup the r'- I Before leaving President Harrihan daybreak with several battalions' and j
of the different departments
. ,. MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN GROWING vessel. These letters have become NOTICE TO FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE left the impression that some improvement succeeded in 'regaining a foothold in
: and be large enough to,house the fire
{a more threatening daily. STOCKHOLDERSYou I in the service on the Oviedo the western part of the position, but
;:;l ,' Officials here believe that although I branch would be made in the near at 8 o'clock they wer eagain dis
The building.will'have a frontageof In the last twenty days nearly fifty Thierichens has a large crew of his are requested to meet in Mr. ;, future. The officials were given a I lodged. The gain which we realized t
1l0.feet.on Qalc street and a depth
: :
: .of about 420,feet. The! first floor willf" have paid their dues to the Board of own who would protect the ship, he is M. O. Overstreet's office on Saturday i bountiful supply of oranges by Mr. yesterday, therefore, has been entirely ..
J.. Trade. Seventeen new names were within his rights in his request to this morning, April 3rd, at 10 o'clock. Dow, and Mr. Estes loaded them down maintained, and we made some
: be devoted }6,offices for the city clerk,
added to the growing list as a resultof government to protect him. Meeting important. "
very with Orlando booklets. prisoners, including one officer.
the chief\of police, the tax assessor
fr" yesterday's work. These names (Signed) M. O. Overstreet, W. M.
mammoth vault for
'. and collector.-- A
will be inserted in the list in the Sen- ONLY A WOODS FIRE Smith, B. Drew, James L. Giles, For
f the.citYiiape ( is of SCHOOL OFFICERS OF FLORIDA Death of American Citizen of FalabaMay
s'anfrecords one
tinel. Watch that list Be
grow. a rest Dabney Carr.
the'featuret MEET IN ANNUAL SESSIONLive Cause Trouble
for the first floor.
: self starter be a booster; join now;
; The red glare in the western sky
Washington, March 31.-The state
t r J The east Half of the proposed newS don't off until what
put you last evening caused Orlandoites ONLY A GRASS PATCHAn
many Oak, Fla., March 31.-A majority department officials anticipate there
! will be to'the fire I
"'building given over do
can today. to wonder where the fire was. A tele- of the counties of the state will be
some very important
}t. engine apparatus. Directly above the I represen-
; the information alarm at 8:30 o'clock last
phone message brought even were represented at the meeting of
to Germany in the case of
fire engine room will be the sleeping IS CHAMPION FISHERMAN OF that it the called the fire and
I i was "only woodsburning" ing department out the school officials of the State of Leon Chester Thrasher, an American,
vr 'quarters for. the ,fire laddies. Access
LAKE IVANHOEThe in the the
neighborhood of supposed conflagration was onlya Florida which opened here yesterday,
of Hardwick
Mass., who killedon
... fire.rOOm.W1'11 was
to.the, be by means of
J Clear lake, and so far as the Sentinelwas grass patch burning near "Virginia and from all indications the conven- the British steamer Falaba whichwas
; .a winding.stairway and brass. pole. champion fisherman of Lake able to learn, did little or no Heights," the home of Mr. and Mrs. tion will be a marked success. At torpedoed Sunday by a German
If In the rooms planned for the second Ivanhoe isIr.. Saunders of North James III.
damage. Laughlin was easily extinguished the beginning of the meeting State submarine in St. George's channel.It .
floor d to the .rear of the fire
Orange avenue, who yesterday an- and no damage was done. Superintendent of Public InstructionW. is
understood Congressman Gardner -
1. ,men's' m U
room witf .be combination
a $ -
nexed twenty-nine speckled perch at NOTED AUTHOR IN ORLANDO
: N. Sheat was elected as presi- has already taken the case of
f@ "anh82sem'b1Y.ball! for the Russell's Point that lake. Mr. NEPHEW OF FORMER PRESIDENT up
,\ on dent, and he is presiding over the de- Thrasher with the state department. I
T members the Orlando fire department Saunders has had unusual luck the Prof. Henry, of Wallingford, Conn., TAFT IN ORLANDO liberations of the body. There appears to be no question that,

! wjierethey may congregate anddiscuss past few days as his day's catches of the faculty of Wisconsin Univer- An interesting program will be car- Thrasher was an American citizen -j j

t problems relating'to the welfare have amounted to twenty-one and sity, is at the Osceola hotel for a few Messrs. C. B. Anderson and T. II. ried out during the meeting. Mattersof had an American passport and had all

'."!. of. the: department. twenty. days.. He is the author _of "Nutri- Voorheis, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who vital importance* to the educational rights tube!, on a British vessel.
Above. the'city offices proper on the tion of Animals," which has been have been making a sojourn at St. interests of the state will come up be-

t., second floor' will be offices' for Com- HISTORY'WAS MADEM. translated into the Portuguese and Cloud, were visitors to Orlando yes- fore the coming session of the legisla- .'

t '
and also] a' suitableroom, for Mayor O. Overstreet, president of the is at ,Palm Beach. ",' "I Ex-President W. H. Taft. pected to deal with these matters.A San Francisco, March 31.-L L.
J Bperry. the 4, Thrasher, the American who
I ; Connecting'with mayor's Board of County Commissioners, yes- representative attendance from was

.;., office fend to the.rear will be a small terday morning at 7:45,0'clockJaid : THE WEATHER BANKS CLOSE TOMORROW all parts of the state attended the drowned when the Falaba was sunk,

!.. :, auditoriqm :where the police court the first brick on the Conway [road, ") ; I opening sessions, and this representation was today, revealed as a mining eng .
,".. essiorswillbe held.. The plans also I I at the south end of the road. One /N f F7orid. :, Generally fair Thursday Because tomorrow is Good, Friday was augmented today by the arrival nee*; well known on the Pacific

;1 + k provide. spacious'quarters for the city 1[mile of pavement will be laid per anti; Friday;..somewhat*_colder Thurs- the three'.Orlando banks will be closed of other officials unable to attend coast jrpd'aicousin! : of Doctor Marion .,

engineer and the'plumbing: inspector. week if good weather continues:! day'in'cetjiraj_ 4 and.south. C .portions.- .J.Jr" '.all, dar the !firsf'day. Thrasher*ipf'San Francisco.
'N ,It.t,. i estim ted that $45,000 will be i I There. are fifty-seven miles of i bpi .k "' &oj __, f .

i. .. '.' 'th.imit i 'fojr et toVitemplated im-j[l roads to go down in Orange. county. : Has.N'e : ZAPATA JAND', VILLA GOVERN- O'-ISfS; EXISTING BETWEEN

#t. ft>rtvejnentalthough 'the plans have : t-r _. iVIr.Stork: v Visited The -,)lENT PAY INDEMNITY OF;; .:: r ;S ..tJAPA. < AND CHINA IS .

t: eent6O'arrat1 that a third story t rest on a $20,000 building: Wit .*a $20.000 GOLD TO WIDOW ;?x REPORT "j

L" 'may.> e: onstructtid at any time! This 1 I little additional- we-'adll'have something + Mr. aril1Vb sSwans On Lake Eola "McMANUS, < I,.?.. f.- \(0''; J -- 1
... has Jwcn e raeduadVisable.as. consid- ,. : that will be -a credit to the ..... "d\.', ",Washington, March 31.-Japan is
.t.. e-abia'Mvei\ .ie'inay be obtained for i city." a. 71..;.>(,/ ... .r' in Relieved 'to have made partial
i a reply
i'. ,4J ,.t!. -, --:-::---- Washington,,March 31--An n i j
;l, : the.ci:: isj Ip rentals from.the additional Commissioner Robertson was also I For weeksjuauyyeaidenta'around'Lake Then that.great finger of suspicion! nityu $?a 000.'in_gold- ras.announced: today to 'the inquiries of the United

p .. tt. ]'r enthusiastic. "This' may .cause some i Eola. and. {be7. d 9ns. of Or- was aimed, pointed and;.directed,'at'' by Secretary Bryan pday:has 'Wen States>On the relations between Japan '

1 : .One'p l ndo.loo' e, it is said, has 'of the people a little hardship said i lando who ;-are uite'rested''14 the two innocent boys. Sure, they 'were!
.- alreaa dY- rfiea jtsMntention to take !'Mr. Robertson, "but posterity certainly pairs, of black'* nd :while" sans 'on,:ones responsible, they had been steal mentto\; RuthiS Manus,,tlte; widow.of : ,of the United States. ,/ J
""'}." a ftve y '1e&fe'.jor: the third floor It' I! : will thank US for diving them a I Lake;,Eola 'have wifcderedtwlijr.therehave ; ing the "eggs. A close watch was McManus, who- )friJtrd iea by the The .Japanese ambassador had a

's at aTrental.of/pearljt; $100,per month. j city hall such as,we have planned. been no little taljy'Bwans keep maintained but no one was ever able Zapata soldiers bout,three, weeks long conference" this aftrenoon with
:' This'will:(4fiv the:.city") an additional I Commissioner Johnson and Clerk Secretary *Bryan: following '
'...: : the parents company.. Eggs.Were laid to detect the boys stealing the eggs. ago at Mexico City; appearance -
.. 1 revenue'tneailya6,D00'for the five ((.Jansen were also pleased and ex- and then everybody thought. of course The plot thickened! The .department'expects a.'full,report of press dispatches that a crisis j

k ,year$!luse. nd*: paytall interest and pressed the belief that the entire community ducklings. would be1 hatched' especially Yesterday, however, the entire mys- of-the settlement and it is ex: had been*L reached between Japan and

: ; upkeep"on:. the i property. The archi would praise the present ad- as the Easter season is at hand tifying case was disentangled by one petted( :that this report. will come, China. .V> -"i

.," tectef.fe&ted,'toV the; .Sentinel that a ministration for its progressiveness.The But there were visitations of Mr. of the workmen. He caught and i written,:Stating regrets,:as to all incidents After {conference neither Secretary -

:. ,,' third noor could be constructed at an blue print plans are elaborate Stork to the Mr. and Mrs. Black and killed a water moccasin, six feet long.It I including_ the insult to the Bryan' Bor Ambassador Chinda a.

Stt additional cost of'about $10,000, mak- and consist of twelve separate sheets. White Swans. Yes, everybody was was the guilty party. It,had been i flagfconnecjed with, the murder. would say anything in detail about .

jng the" total qost,ofiar three storybuilding They are to be taken to City Clerk' puzzled, and there was some bought .stealthily stealing the eggs and devouring i the questions ,at ,issue: between the

55000. ', Jansen's office today where the Orlando that Nature was faking the public or' them. Insidethe- snake were I I :i. nAIL .IN', ALABAMA .: two govenaatn'ik, :,';/ ,.
Mayor was highly l pleasedovgr public see in detail, the It is understood. however; that Japan l
Sperry ; may perchance the arrival of today mightbe found: several articles, egg. Shells and r
1'., the 'prospect. -of*4iaSring a new plans as drawn. a party to the plot to fool the pub- one fish twelve inches, long. I .1"r4t 'March : ;Another has..told, the::7Jrfle city iatl for Orlando.*"Before I lay *This 1i 'an exclusive Lit ,of news. lic. Close watch was kept and''it'was From now on it is expected that the I wajfrV storm swept the Southeastern is tlo.- risis ahd?thatnegotiations i are '.
down(the reinsof government I want The Sentinel is.always ready to serve : proceeding in an x>r 9 erly Jray4between
.' discovered that eggs were'laid two or, female swans will again lay eggs and I States. last .night: and early today; .
to giv
. '. has-im'Reratively'eeeded for the last,. at the breakfast tabl After saw': the ,eggs. Then tJie?%felt satis-/,'I does riot appear?there will be.a number and;north Georgia.and gen- -y ; j

. fivjfyearSj! edeion: ti.pt'esent.torm. you have thoroughly digested: this fied that "little boy and .girl' tans e ;.of baby 'swans to, delight their eraXjainsfarther south. Some_crop" 'EyerythingX"1 i EaSter?, camas 'and 1

of govejaunent/the.ooKce' department stop, think and pause a minute- *' for would! come'to make the,family! :circle"' is and! the:eyes of the Orlando damageroin jean c was reported' in booklets that.jlrttaing. .,Cis'8i' 1

, is"making] ':enough_afoo to pay:all, : mS.S .- .this is,April Fool's day. .".11. f }lef i and,rosy;}butiionecame Vi ,lP ... .AUbamaT; %*. ;=& *" ',. .0'. ,",' i. O'Neal rOrarige, td ct- ,@
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A Fine Sweet Pipe RENT-Four or five room cot-

tage; 112 East South street; furnished SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! !
or unfurnished.I13t.
; for you is the Wellington. With it.you can be sure ScrapBookWrong
of cool smoke. You wont have the
a sweet, dry ASK US FOR ANY EXCHANGE you
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington clean and wish, we can match what you have. Garden and Field Seed
tractable. Saliva cant get to the fire to boil and kspluttc. Foot. Waring Realty Co. 4-1-tf ..f.

/ Sam. who was a great gunner made
FOR REFurnished house; six
arrangements to go on a hunting trip rooms and bath; modern; close in.
at an early hour in the morning. but Address "Furnished: House" care the
; laving no faith in alarm clocks, he Sentinel. 4-l-3t
; sought the services of the night cop Golden Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOo
j : on the corner. VE INVITE you to see our large as- Hickory King Corn, quart 10 : ------------------------
sortment of Easter candies. Prices
"Jim; said he. instructing the cop.
Stowell's Corn
reasonable.Ia'er Evergreen quart 15J
Candy Co. ------------------
when I go to bed tonight I am going
is made on the correct pipe principle. It won'tfoul to tie one end of a cord around my -l-3tc Country Gentleman Corn, quart __________________15<
and it cant Come in and pick the
on big toe and throw the other end out of VANTED-An old square piano; White Dent Corn, quart ___________-_____________10r-
shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. the window. At 4 o'clock
25c 35c 50c. in the morning don't care whether it plays or not. Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________23c
up. I want you to pull on the rope Tracy & Moore, 18 East Church St.
Made In and keep on pulling until I tell you -l-4tc Pop Cornfor Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc

Look them over at the AmericaGOOD to stop." Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c.t; 3 quarts $1.01.
"All right. Sam." smiled the policeman FOR SALE-At a bargain, work
"you will find me on the Job." horse; sound and gentle. Inquireof Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 33c.; 3 quarts $1.0.

Late that night Sam crawled in. and. \V. C. Palmer 21-2 miles southeast Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart 35c., 3 quarts :
AND BAD CIGAR STOREOUR of Orlando, on Conway clay road. $1.01:1
Her adjusting the rope according to Owner leaving. wlt-dlt-4-3 Lima Beans, quart ____________________________
schedule he was soon in the land of
Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 35c., 3 quarts $11
dn>ams. Hardly bad be slept a minute ONE OF THE BEST FARMS in the
he thought when he was awakened state of Georgia located 3 miles Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. 63-
MOTTO : by a frightened cry. and then more from Plains, Ga., on fine road; there Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ___________________60*:
cries. and to his horror he saw Mrs. are 440 acres and 300 acres in cultivation -
Sam slowly sliding feet first toward ; plenty of tenant houses and Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ______________________75"

.' Small Profits and Quick Returns." the window. good exchange eight this room farm dwelling.for a good Want small to Choice Clay Peas __________quart 15c., 2 quarts for 25.
"Gee! he exclaimed as the truth
grove and small farm in Orange county Black Eye Peas ___________________________quart, 18?
Just received a carload of Cotton Seed Meal and suddenly dawned upon him. "I must Florida. What have to offer
have tied that cord around the wrong for this elegant farm Waring you RealtyCo. I Whipporvvill Peas _--__________quart 15c., 2 quarts 2o|
Hulls which we will sell at a specially low cash figure, .
toe! Philadelphia Telegraph.Till 4-1-tf
Tuesday and Wednesday if taken from the car, thereby

saving us the expense of storing them. Hour.
Thou sbalt not praise the day till nightis I
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. falling.! City Drug| StoreI r
However fair its dawn and noon may be. CLINT BASSWest

L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 Ofttimes ing.Setting. at eventide come storms- appall i

the lightning and the thunder Jefferson Street J. L.'DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLAt;

free. I
Successor to
Thou shalt not blame the day till it is

Though ending.it has brought thee flood and Hand Wood CompanyWood
EASTER COMES ON APRIL 4TH hurricane.Full .
oft at nightfall comes deep peace
descending of All Kinds JONES GOES JUST THE SE
In sunset gold and roses glorious gain.

We are showing a beautiful line of Easter Praise each fair morn that calls thee up PROMPT SERVICE

Cards Booklets Folders and other suitable from sleeping.
: ar- PRICES
And through the hot day work with all REASONABLE ,
ticles for gifts.Reasonable. thy might;
Then leave the evening hour In heaven's (
prices on everything. Post keeping.
Which sent both winter cloud and sum- My bus line which has been serving you for foul een '
mer light.
Cards cent each.
one -From the German of Gerok. PHONE 646 months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the "

\V. S. BRANCH, His Reputation.A For Eight Cylinder Cadillac same time it always has. -.

surgeon whose work lies largely .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- f
The Arcade Book and Music Store among foreigners tells the following. TIME TABLE ;

which happened several years ago: BARNARD & SON

A woman who had very little the Street 3rlando, Fla. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ot Evans, The Jeweler.
matter with her was so interested in 17 Hughey I F
her own case that she talked about it 12-10-im I i[-

every time opportunity afforded. One WEST BOUND EAST BOUDi
day she said to the doctor: Read Down Read Up |
: ORLANDO ROOFINGAND "What would happen to me if I did

not come when I did?" FOR--- A.\I.IA.l\1.: P. 11. jA.l\L I P. M.)li M.
"Oh, you would probably have diedIf i

you had come any sooner," repliedthe Orlando 6:30'10.15; 3:00 9.30 1.30j; (5.oo

SHEET METAL CO. The doctor.woman got well, and the doctor Bapi Hunters. Ocoee 7:30' 11.15 4:00 8.3c 12.30\-5.00\

dismissed the case from his mind. One Winter Garden I 7:4511:30\ 4:30: 8.1512.15: {-t.45

day, however a neighbor of the woman Oakland 8.00 :
I 8:001---: 4:30 -
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos appeared with a bad deformity i4.30
which was growing rapidly worse as
and Rubber RoofingsCornices time went on. 1---- -.tIThe --

"Why didn't you come to me sooner
with this?" he demanded. Osceola Pocono Manor i nn
Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings "Veil, you know Mis' Yohnson 2>/ acres fine truck landon

"Yes," nodded the doctor. good street, fenced, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa I II

Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO "Veil, she tell me you say if dey come I
to you too soon you kael dem."-Indianapolis nearly all cleared, small J. W. HURLEY j

News. building, price 750, half I MANAGER I

A Pretty Poor Clan. suit. 1I 1---
cash, balance to 1- =
An old Scot came down from the

J ,'Ji l highlands to visit his son. a student at Also a group of 3 fine I I

!i attended Edinburgh a university.learned lecture Together, in they the building lots on East Cen- J y '

The Orlando Meat MarketT. course referred of which to the the wonderful professor part frequently which tral Avenue, near my resi- CAREY HAND

microbes play in human existence. On Improved by walks,
A. YANCY, Manager their way out the son asked his father dence. i
how he liked the lecture. "I din shade trees, nice fence, etc. FUNERAL DIRECTOR IJ

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice na ken whit mak's him pit sae muckle I
stress on whit the McRobes hae done," Price low to party who will AND EMBALMERAll
Florida and Western Meats replied the old man. "I've no heard
o' them afore, but I ken aye thing build.

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. they've never done whit th McGreg
ors an' th' Macphersons hae accom-
calls answered Promptly Dad
plisht an' there lives no siccan a
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and'Out of Town OrdersBusiness .
. glorious clan as. th' Campbells in a' th
l, warld!" Night. Hand Block.
}t / 1'P. 0. BOX 226 or
Ii PHONES |Residence ,,33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. ;
Juggled the Language.Dr. DR. A. J. TAYLOR Florida
Hans Richter, who has resigned -
the honorary degrees conferred on
i PHONE 696
-- hIm by two of the English universities PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,

We sell onlY lived in England ten years, but 905 East Central Avenue
/ never became proficient in the English
Purer language, says the London Chronicle.
Many amusing blunders of his used to .
Druog be passed around in Manchester."She .
is no better; if she does not lie,
f she swindles." he told a member obis
orchestra who bearing that Fran
Richter had been ill, inquired as to her Pure Ice Creat11

i; c y i ,r + progre&s."SchwiudeP in German means giddiness .

or faintness.
Subsequently it was decided that 1

f. tF Frau Richter should stay by the sea I When you want PURE ICE I For Easter we will make
f.t for some weeks and her husband ac-
t companied her to New Brighton re :I CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in all '

turning the same day for a concert. A I you don't believe that we take flavors and special moulds.
friend overheard him saying at the
w I I the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from ;I
: Looking office: EASTER LILLIES
,f' \ "Give me two tickets. one for me to 1 facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
1.it1At&is :
t et-me back and one for my wife not to f! make it. You will be surprised RABBITS
back." cans, moulds and everythingused I.
r' \ come I at the care every detail is given.
L in the manufacture of our EGGS
Voiced His Feelings. AnylD d you want, any time
11I Admiral Sir Hedworth Meux. still I want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilIISTAC11I0 BRICKS
familiarly known in the British service -
r ized.
I i l l lNt as "Lucky Lambton" for two I from a quart up. BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4

i years commanded the royal yacht and You are cordially invited to ,
!, .:d r I once had occasion to reveal to King COLORSIn
! Edward how little! thought of in the inspect our factory at any
0 r naval service was the lavishly awarded time. fact anything you want. 1 1i

Victorian order. A yachtsman: had

You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. forced himself; on the late kings attention I i -- ------
f Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only th.e I at Cowe- "Do you know that
best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. man?" his majesty asked. "I'm afraid

Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will no t I do." said Admiral Lambton." "Whatdo j' HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
. allow it.You. you think of him? "Xot much .
; sir In fact. he's a boundpr."rm.
EVERYTHING buy in our drug store.
can rely on you "
sorry to hear that. the king replied !
We have oeen filling them in Orlando for 20 5 ears.MERCK'S have
"because 1 just made him a I PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Streett
member of the Victorian rder' I
"Glad to hear it, sir." the admiral
THE REXALL STORE chuckled "It serves him right' t .

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AMERICAN FARMERS' WIVES Each job shall have either a roaster or journerm.n I be supplied from a tank or flusbometer . . . . . . .
TELL THEIR TROUBLES TO ; plumber on the job in charge at all Yard Closets 'I
limes, who has complied with the requirements All yard closets shall be of a type acceptable 4
UNCLE SAM provided for in said sections.Section to the Plumbing Inspector and shall conformin I
6. A Plumbing Inspector shall be all respects to those in houses with the exception I
! Washington, March 28 Tne Amer- appointed by the City Commissioners who of the addition of a four inch trap
shall have had ten years practical experiencein with cleanout at foot of stack.
ican farm housewives' attitude toward the business' of plumbing and shall not be The Settingof Water Closets I
life in the rural districts of the Uni- engaged in plumbing nor connected in any All water closets connected by a lead bend II II I

ted States is reported in a compliation war with a firm or corporation directly or indirectly hall have a cast brass flange screwed to the II| & aftgftt
of from letters written by engaged in the business of plumbingand floor and soldered to the lead bend and set in v 1
excerpts he shall be an actual resident of the City pure white lead putty Under no condition I t !
farm women in every section of the Ilia duties shall be to inspect all plumbingand will commercial or painter's putty be allowed

country, to Secretary of Agricultural drainage insure the proper performanceof Soil Waste and Vent Pipes % tf 5'r
house 1 nd made public to-day. The all plumbing and drainage and perform such All soil and vent stacks must be carried I
other acts and duties as are specified herein or through the roof undiminished in size and extend :
of the most
compilation presents one which may be hereafter required. His salary shall through; the roof at least eighteen inches
intimate human documents ever ISsued be t fixed by the City Council and before tnterinz and be three feet higher than highest window

by a Government department, ; upon his duties he shall give a bond to nor ventilator on building. Rain water conductors -
for the compiler G. W. Wharton, *ie City in the sum of One Thousand Dollarsto shall not be connected with or empty
b% approved by the City Council: which into house sewer or drain or be used as soil ;
chief of the Department's officeeof bond shall be condition for the proper per- water or vent pipe, or shall any soil or vent
information lets the women writers Foimance of the duties of his office and for pipe be used as a rain water conductor Re-
tell their own story. the due and faithful accounting for all moneys vent pipes may be carried through the roof
records' papers plans maps instruments and or enter main vent stack three feet above d
Secretary Houston wrote to 55,000 other property of the City in his .care custodyor highest fixture. All horizontal branches must d.9e I
farmwives asking them to write him control and for delivery of the same to be made with Ys. or Ys and eighth or sixteenth :
what they thought of life on the ha successor when duly appointed and qualified bends or long sweeps All offsets above' THE
American farm and what needs to be except money which shall be paid to the the outlet of the highest fixture must be madeat BIG STORE
City according to ordinance. He shall be an angle of forty-five degrees to the hori
done to better the condition of farm under the supervision of the Board of Plumbing zontal. All vent stacks starting from main

women. He received 2,241 replies. CoramiMionera mod shall make a full report vent or soil stack must have Y branch to prevent -
... The information received from the of all permits granted and all moneys the accumulation of rust scale. At the
collected for same to the City Council at the base of each vertical soil or waste stack must Exclusive Easter Noveltiesin
will be used in the administration
women first meeting of each month. be placed a Y and eighth bend or long combination >
of the new Smith-Lever cooperative Section 7. The Plumbing Inspector shall fitting with full size clean-out plug
agricultural extension law have jurisdiction over the installing of all gas calked in end. Not more than three water Women's Attire
which this pipes within the buildings. Plans shall be closets and five additional fixtures other than
provides $10,000
year gov-
ubmitted by the owner or owners showingthe water closets may be vented from a two inch
ernment money for each state, for use location of all pipes and jets and sizes of vent pipe, nor more than ten water closets Everyone of these sections throughout this house is now
I in aiding farmers. pipes to be used. and twenty additional fixtures shall be vented
Many of the women writers express Gas Fitting shall mean the work of putting from a three inch vent stack. Main vents to filled to completeness with large and comprehensive collection
together of any pipes, fittings or fixtures or be cast wrought iron, lead to be used for 5
contentment with farm life but others any other appliances which are to contain gas branches only of Easter Merchandise. For several months our buying organization -

complain bitterly of their lot. Gov- for light heat or power or other purpose. Steam Exhaust: has been busily engaged in placing immense orders
ernment ownership of railroads, tel- No building shall be piped or fitted for gas No steam or gas engine exhaust, boiler. '-1;
ephones and telegraphs, better mail for any purpose unless a permit has been Mow- ff or drip pipe shall have direct connection i and selecting from the production of the most noted designers

and roads asked by granted by the Inspector with a soil waste, or sewer line. the rarest most exclusive and the most charming noveltiesthat
service good are Permit and inspection fee for each job shall They must first pass through a condensing ,
scores of wives. The extracts from be one dollar ($1.00), said fee to be paid before tank, or discharge into an open sink that is it has ever been posible for us to secure.It .
the letters describing the isolation of permit u rrmnte All gas brackets shall be at least three feet pipes must not be drilled or tapped: saddle is a representative, brilliant collection such as will
farm the most appealing.
women are below any ceiling or wood work. hubs prohibited. All soil waste and vent
4t make this store more widely recognized as a style center of
husbands believe tak-
"Our don't in All pipes to be run on a uniform grade pipes must be exposed to view for inspection > ;
ing their wives out," writes a Penn- and to drip back to the meter connection: and remain so until inspected and approvedby the greatest consequence, not only among the residents of Or-

sylvania woman." In all these years catch where the a one condensation.All foot pocket. shall be placed to the Soil.Plumbing Waste Vent Inspector.and Sewer Joints lando and vicinity, but by the many hundreds of visitors who

P \ I have never had a vacation; never drop nipples to be securely fastened to Connections between lead pipe and iron pipeor to city each
went to a church or entertainment; sustain weight of fixture and avoid strain on fittings shall be made with brass soldering come our year.

just worked early and late." "I would main pipe.Unions nipples or brass ferrules and of size not I
than of any kind are prohibited, right I less than the lead it serves with properly
rather hungry half the time
go and left couplings must be used, fitters wiped joints and properly calked or threadedin
go back to the farm" from Ohio. cement is not allowed, except in the gas putting fittings they connect to. In no case will a 7 TYPES OF THE BEST FAVORED VOGUES IN WOMEN'STAILORED
"The woman has no time to use the together of fixtures. solder iron or cup joint be allowed All soil
sitting room and its easy chairs," There shall be mercury test applied to all pipe joints must be well packed and tamped SUITS
jobs in the presence of the Inspector, said nth oakum and moulten lead. All wrought
from Wisconsin. "Isolation, i ignorance mercury to stand five minutes. iron or brass waste pipe shall be reamed to
loss of ambition, the incessant Each service pipe from street stain to meter remove the burr formed in cutting; the jointsto Such is the character of the styles and the extensivenessof

grind of labor are working against shall not be less than one inch inside diamet..r be made up with white or red lead. All the displays of tailored Suits in this section, at all times of
and drip back to main in street. terra cotta or tile pipe joints must be made
the farm woman's happiness, and will The number of lights permitted on sizes of with one ring of rolled oakum and two and the year, but especially just at present, that to them must be
ultimately spell disaster to our na- pipe is as follows: one cement and the joint to be well rounded
tion," from a virgina woman. "The 3-8 inch pipe . 3 burners Where tree or shrubbery roots are in the attributed a very considerable portion of prestige of this storeas

farmer's wife from the day she be- 1-2 inch pipe . . 6 burners trench two pounds of common table salt shall an authoratative source of the world's latest and best fash-
3-4 inch pipe . . 20 burners be added to every bucket! of cement to kill
comes a wife until the day of her 1 inch pipe . .. 35 burners and expel the roots. ions. We are showing a splendid line in Silk Poplins, Pongee,
death is the prop of the farm," from 1 1-4 inch pipe ... .. 60 burners Wrought Iron Soil Haste and Vent Pipes
Georgia. "We would rather free tele- 1 1-2 inch pipe .. .. .. .. ..100 burners All soil waste and vent pipes shall be galvanized Gabendine, Wool Poplins and Palm Beach, and all moderately
2 inch pipe ..._. .200 burners and the fittings shall be what is priced.
phone and moving pictures than free 3 inch pipe ... .....450 burners known as the Durham recess fittings. They
seeds," from Arkansas. "Too long 4 inch pipe .. . 750 burners shall be either tarred or galvanized except
days is one trouble on the farm,I Outlets for stoves ranges or hot plates shall above the highest waste line. The fittings may
not be less. than 3-4 inch be galvanized water fittings. Straight tees
5.30 a.m. to 9 p.m., from Nebraska. pipe. TilEIASTER THOUGHT OF LEADING DESIGNERS OFWOMEN'S
Gas engines and automatic heaters must be ire prohibited on waste lines. Short nipples.
"I do not hesitate to say that these connected, to meter separate from pipes used must have a shoulder between the threads oat f
a women, farmers' wives, are becomingmore for illuminating purposes least one inch. Thread to thread nipplesare COSTU IES'A
and more disatisfied. The main Gas shall not be turned on to any building prohibited.

..ice cause of unrest is the almost universal until all piping and fixtures have been inspected Sinks and Hash Tab thorough inclusive research among all the leading deL -
tested and approved by the City Inspector Each house, flat or permanent living apartment -
'\ practice of boarding the hired must have a sink. and each chop store and very critical selections have brought to this section -
men in the family," from Colorada Nothing in this ordinance shall be construed or factory must provide a sink or lavatory for
"All work and no place to go," from to affect the operations of any gas company the use of the employees. Wooden sinks and not only the largest but the most magnificient represen-

Washington State. upon surface its pipes.own premises, or upon its mains or laundry non-absorbent tubs are metaL prohibited All sinks unless and lined laundry witha tation of exclusive modes we have ever displayed in any pre-

Some of the responses came frommen Section 8. The Plumbing Inspector shall tube on new work must have a continuous vious season. Materials of Taffeta, Crepe Metiors, Crepe de

husbands of women addressed. same inspect is all in proper plumbing sanitary work condition.to determine Where if vent and waste.Traps Crown and Reventing venting is prohibited. Chine and Silk Poplins in all the wanted shades, priced at

the plumbing in any dwelling house or build Where all fixtures are on the first floor, $18.00 to $27.50.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ing is found in an unsanitary condition, the bath tub and lavatory traps need not be re-
Inspector shall immediately notify the owner vented if not more than six feet from the
or agent ft same in writing main soil pipe stack by waste
to place the measuring pipeline
FOR RENT-For the summer season plumbing in a sanitary! condition according to OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT, SHOWING time, which is important, gladden the ;

a furnished bungalow, suitable for the plumbing ordinance of the City. When fixtures are installed one or more I ALL THE NEWEST STYLES hearts of the youngsters.
small fine location ideal Section 9. The drainage! of all buildings, above the other on same soil stack all fixtures I
; ; an both private and public, and the alterations must be revented except top floor fixtures which Norfolks and Plain Suits with patch
home. Rent $18 per month. AddressE. of the ,same shall be executed, in accordance bhall be considered the same u section five. Wash Waists in Lawns, Linen, Dimities,
J. T., Sentinel office. 4-l-6tc with > tn3.ndspeclficatlons Previously approved All bath tubs shall have a drum or pot trap. Voiles Batiste Plain and Figured Japs and pockets, all sizes in serges, Scotch tweeds
Inspector There shall be a at least four inches in diameter and eight and crashes. Also a splendid line of Wash
DvIS.P for. each building public or inches deep, the waste to leave the trap as Tub Silks.
on Sev by specifications de near the top as possible and the inlet at the Suits in all the late styles.NEW .
enth street Washington, D. C., scribing the drainage of said buildings, on bottom In no case must a trap be more Also a beautiful line of Crepe de Chines,
with flats on seccnd floor; rents for blanks! tarnished for this purpose ahowi ing than two feet from a fixture. Each fixture Georgette Crepes Chiffon Laces Nets and
the size ,
: and kind of
pipes. to be trapped separately No form of trap
iraps. closets
$60 month rented. r and
always Price
; fixtures !of all kinds to be used the same to will be permitted to be used that is not self Novelty Silks. STYLES IN KUPPENHEIMER
$12,500. Encumbered for $4,000, longtime be.pl..ed on file at the Plumbing Inspector'office. cleaning nor has interior partitions or mechanism
to run. Want to trade thi Plans will be approved or rejected a for a water seal. CLOTHING FOR MEN AND YOUNG

equity of $7,500 for a good grove well 1 and within under twenty-four hours when pradic.-able. Two or more fixtures may be connected into SMART AND CLEVER STYLES IN MEN
located. no circumstances will a delay beyond the same waste or revent pipe where the
Waring Co.tltf
five day be permitted. waste and revent pipe has been increased proportionately SKIRTS
kSCiIOLv0! The Plumbing Inspector shall I Spring and Summer of 1915
SIXTEEN HOUSES in Washington. of blank certificates provided with In old work where it is impossible to vent Stylish Skirts in Coverts, Checks.Ga
D. C.; annual rental for the sixteen a showing duplate; "'hich. shall be filed by hi? a trap. a non-siphon trap approved by the Men's Easter Suits, both for
to bardines excellent stylish
whom Taffetas and File Silks
ISSued' the number of fixtures Plumbing Inspector may be used. Each installation -
houses $2,904; annual expense on the the and the amount required to be paid to must be treated separately and the values at $5.00 to $15.00 dress and business purposes. Our new
sixteen houses, $1,632.50; net income, City Plumbing n Pector. All fixture and Inspectors permit given before a nonsiphontrap is the
per annum, 127150. Want to trade are inspection fees shall be paid before permits may be placed without vent. Wash Skirts, a beautiful line in all the styles in Kuppenheimer! Clothing

this property for good land proves, Section granted 11' The Plumbing Inspector shall In connecting Soda soda Fountains fountain fixtures: a sink newest materials and latest styles, $1.25 best ready-to-wear line made, carefully Ito

farms or city property in Orange inspect all work Provided for in this ordinance the top of which shall be above the level of $7.50.AN tailored from the smartest spring suitings,
county. Make us an offer. 'Va ring before the final connections are made and the floor and sealed with white lead or cement .
the priced at $16.50 to $25.00.
Realty Co. 4-1-tf water turned on in any job. around the outer edges, must be installed
Section 12. There shall be two tests. and ; waste pipe from this .sink shall not EXEMPLARY DISPLAY OF PICOther lines of splendid Clothing priced
two inspections by the Plumbing Inspector. be less than one and one-half inches in diameter
574 ACRE FARM in Georgia; one- The.first shall be a water test when all rough wasting: through a four inch drum trap. TURESQUE BEAUTY IN EASTER at $10.00 to $18.00.
t half in ing in is complete and all soil and The waste from each compartment to empty Palm
cultivation; near fine acad vent stacks into this sink. MILLINERY Also latest styles in Beach Suits.
are run and all
emy, on good road; runs 40 to 50 test. and final traps in place. The second Refrigerator Waste Splendid new line of Shirts Hats and
inspection shall be ,
when all fixtures .
This The extreme delicacy of perception and
plows. rundown
I is not a place are set and all plumbing is comets I Waste pipes from a refrigerator or ice box in all the latest
but is in perfect condition. Has $15,- The whole job shall be smoke tested. shall not be directly connected with any Boll, the artistic style touch of the master deNeckwear styles.

000 worth of stock, implements, feed, The charges or fees which shall be paid the waste or drain pipe, or discharged on the
defined characteristics
are clearly
grain etc. All of the Plumbing Inspector before the open ground. They shall discharge into an
now job
on place. is started
dwelling is modern and up to date. and at the time application is made for permit open pan or from sink the, the refrigerator pan or sink by to at be least disconnected of these chic Easter modes. The widest THOSE NEW PUMPS AND SLIPPERS

All tenant houses in first class con are as follows: four inches. These requirements apply to possible latitude for the effecting of dis- FOR EASTER
Fixtures installed each up to five each..} .50 stores meat markets hotels tenement houses
dition. Plenty of barns, stock sheds, Fixtures installed. each. over five each... .25 and all other buildings other than private distinctly different modes is afforded in We have them in White Canvas

etc. This place equipped as it is is Roughing inspection each ... .. .. ... 1.00 residences. the of ,
worth $30,000. We want to exchange Final inspection each .. ... .. .. .....eo 1.00 Floor. Stable and Garage Drains comprehensiveness shapes, materials $2.00 to $4.00

it for a Florida hotel worth the Sewer inspection each ................. 1.00 No floor stable or garage drain shall have and trimmings. They comprise hats In White Buck _:
___ $3.50 to
______ __ $5.00
Cesspool inspection, each . .. . .... 1.00 direct connection with the
Do city All
money. not submit old dilapidated Section 13. Whenever it shall come to the stable and floor drains shall have sewer.a sand trap which are becoming to every style of Patent, Kid and Gun Metal$3.00 to $5.00

property that is not worth the notice of the Plumbing Inspector, or a cow not less than eighteen i inches in diameter beauty, yet possess a distinctive individuality -
money. Waring Realty Co. 4-1-tf plaint in writing shall be made by any tit iwith a cement or iron cover Each garage Just received new lot of Patent -
zen, that the plumbing in any building is shall have a combination sand trap oil and of their own, and all moderately a.
unsanitary or causes a nuisance or u contrary gasoline separator, approved by the Plumbing priced. Pumps with new sand color
AN ORDINANCE to the ordinance of this City or is of Inspector.:
faulty construction and liable to cause sickness Grease Traps cloth tops in latest styles at ______$4.00
and disease or endanger the health of the
occupant or others or upon request of any or ; READY Full line ofIen's Oxfords for
GAS FITTING. DRAINAGE AND owner or occupant of any building, then the public eating house shall have a grease trap
t SANITATION Plumbing Ispector shall examine the plumb not less than twenty-four inches in diameterand FOR EASTER spring just received, White can-

BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of ing owners in any such or agent building or and occupant notify the of owneror such thirty Size inches and deep.Weight of Pipe We are abundantly equipped this year, vas new buck, Palm Beach, Tan,

the City of Orlando: building of the changes which Water closets waste 4 inch vent 2 inch better than before to
ever the
are supply Metal
necessary Gun Kid and Patent
Section 1. That a Board to be known as to be made in the plumbing A time Slop sink .. waste 2 inch vent 2 inch ,
the Board of Plumbing Commissioners of the with the extent of the changes commensurate will Sink . .. waste I 1-2 inch vent 1 1-2 inch wants of all mothers, and at the same prices from -------_____$3.50 to $6.00
City of Orlando is hereby created, which said be given in which to make the needed repairs rs, Wash tray ".waste 1 1-% inch vent 1 1-2 inch
board shall consist of the sanitary commissioner after which time the penalty of this ordinance Bath tub .. .waste 1 1-2 inch vent 1 1-2 inch
of the City Commission, the City Engineer shall be in full force and effect. Lavatory .waste 1 1-2 inch vent 1 1-2 inch
the Plumbing Inspector and one master Section 14 The Plumbing Urinal . waste 1 1-% inch vent I 1-2 inch
Inspector shall HAVE YOU COMPARED
plumber appointed by the Sanitary Com have the privilege of at any time entering Raymond or drive ferrules are prohibited. YOUR NUMBERS? Look them over and come in and
missioner of the City of Orlando. and inspecting the plumbing and drainage of Unions not allowed on waste lines. All bends get your premium.
Section 2. The said board shall examine e any building or premises and if the same is' for water closets must be of six pound lead,
and pass upon the qualifications of every found in an unsanitary condition he shall wiped to a brass ferrule and calked in, 5781 2950 1039 11698 5000"
lierson who desires to engage in the plumbing order the same to be altered to conform with 1 1-2 D. 3 1-2 Ibs. per foot
business either as a master or journeyman n the provisions of this ordinance and the said 2 D, 4 Ibs. per foot 5126 9928 1612 6012 7003
plumber within the corporate limits of 4 D. 6 Ibs foot
the per
alteration shall be made within the time fixed
City of Orlando. for the purpose of satisfying by the Inspector Sewer and House ConnectionsAll 3636 3929 4160 3001 10896

them as to his knowledge of lumbinlt.ycnUI.tion. Section IS. Any misunderstanding arising owners of pv.-rty along the line cf 2265 6326 9626 7928 10251
house drainage, both practical and between the plumber and Plumbing Inspector any sewer or within 200 feet of the City sewer
t theoretical and such other matters affecting shall be sut.muted to the Board for settlement: constructed for the purpose of carryingoff I 8-160 11325 8885 4841 405t
plumbing as the board may deem proper. The and their decision shall be final. I, sewerage matter in any of the streets of
board shall have the power to make! rules and Section 16 The following regulations the City of Orlando shall connect their houses
regulations covering the said examination. hereby made for plumbing drainage and are and other buildings with the sewer
Section 3. If the board is satisfied that : sanitation Any owner of property who fails to make
any such applicant after the examination n Mater Closets such connection within sixty 1601. days after
provided for in section 2. possesses cuff itieability rat Every dwelling. hotel public building storeor notification from this Board, shall' upon conviction GARDEN To-Night '
and is properly qualified to work at or office depending on the public for thereof be punched as set forth in ,
conduct the said plumbing business they shall this ordinance.
drainage must have closet for '
thereupon issue to him a proper certificate persons and every tenement one house one every closet ten Terra Cotta Pipe FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOWVictor
Before such examination shall be had each for every living apartment All buildings Only first grade pipe will be allowed in I
applicant must pay to the Inspector of Plumbing house connections to the main sewer lines
containing a water closet must have least'one
two dollars (J2-00> for a journeyman four inch soil stack extending at through All joints to be made of an oakum gasket Comedy Drama, 2 Reels, Mary Ful ; I
e"amination. and for and Portland
master a cement
a examination n the joint well rounded.
roof. That portion of the '
five dollars. If said applicant fails to pass p'pe which is inside the walls and sewer underneaththe or In making connections in terra cotta pipe.. ler, Matt Moore.
examination he shall forfeit the fee. building and three feet outside the area of no holes will be allowed to be cut into the ersal Topical 1 .
Section 4. Every person engaged or intending Its foundation walls shall be constructed of pipe_ Y branches must be u..ed.Vhere a "THE UNHIDDEN J
to engage in the plumbing turn is made Y and TREASURE"Joker
busine-s in standard cast iron pipe with calked joints a eighth bend or sweep i
the City of Orlando as a master or journeyman In public buildings all water closets, and must be used. Short quarter bends will not ..AXDIATED'VEEKLY
plumber shall appear in person at the slop be allowed. Comedy Max Asher."SCHOOL
sinks, shall be set on a slab of marble .
office of the Plumbing Inspector
and receive Cesspools
porcelain slate other similar
or material and
a certificate of registration upon presentationof water closets shall have a cast brass Cesspools may be used only after it has J
a certificate of qualification from the said not lees than three sixteenths of an inch flange in been shown the Board to their satisfaction DAYS"Univ
board. No person other than that their is
a registered thickness fastened use absolutely necessary All
to lead
plumber shall be allowed to work by a wiped cesspools hereafter built
at, engage joinLAll most be if possible I-
in or carry on the plumbing business or make urinal within public buildings must be twenty feet from the building and must be Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.YowellDuckwortrli. Admission Nights 5c. and lOc ; t
any sewer drain, soil or waste pipe connections of glazed earthen built of brick and cement mortar. They shall ,
war r porcelain glazed
or any minor repairs on pipes connected inside and out. fastened with be round or oval and measure six by six feet .1
therewith. It shall be unlawful for screws to inside and be ,
any person the marble or slab. These slabs shall not be capped with iron ring and -
to display a sign or other notice setting I less than three feet high and two feet wide. cover to be at least one foot under ground.
forth or intending to imply that he is enga god A slab of marble slate If these dimensions can not be complied with l I
or cement three feet
in the business of plumbing unless such person square and special permit must be had for different di .
has obtained a certificate of qualification one-quarter inch dish must be mens ions.. I
from the said board and has been duly registered placed must be under trapped each and urinal ventilated.the waste of which Section 17. Whoever violates any provision I|

at the office of the Plumbing Inspector. All hotels. railway stations, or requirement of this ordinance shall be I
Section S Any firm, person or corporation factories or shops waiting rooms punished by a fine not exceeding two hundred It.9o. -II
now or hereafter engaged in or working the erected shall be provided now existing with suitable or hereafter and fifty (($250.00) dollars or by imprisonment -
business of plumbing, or placing or installing conveniences for both toilet for not less than fifteen days.
any plumbing fixtures or material shall hate a water closet be allowed sexes.in In no case will Section 18. All ordinances or parts of ordinances Orlando's Largest Store. Did
at least : a sleeping room, "Quality
one member of the firm who has eon living room or kitchen. in conflict with the provisions of this
plied with all the retirements of sectionsand 2 All rooms ordinance are hereby repealed.
3 or they shall have in his or their em have at least a containing two water foot closets must Adopted :March 16th. 1915. H J
ploy a master plumber who has fulfilled all external air or air square opening to the E. F. SPERRY Mayor ..
an shaft foot
the requirements as set forth ill Mid sections. Every water closet or battery one of closets square shall Attest CARL: J.\NSEN. City C'eek. . . . . . . ... I



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r ;THE DAILY I The Times-Union tells of the arrivalin SIDELIGHTSBy Dallas News. ; I

South Florida Sentinel the city of S. S. :Madden, who is You talk as though you wanted the Ti J !

there to superintend ( W. S. Branch) president to make a blooming idiot of

i MORNING AND WEEKlYw. BEAUTIFUL the erection of the himself, like a newspaper manworkall

M. ESSINGTON-.Buslne.a GLENN ...EiiUr IEMORIAL. bronze memorial to A Real Poem day and half the night.
; W. C.
the women of the Con- That little poem in Tuesday's Sentinel EASTER WEEK !
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida federacy. The marble pedestal was entitled "Down Where the South Don't overlook the want ads.
i a* Second Clau Mail Matter.
fall and the ------- -- I
erected last I --- -
now contractors Begins, was quite a relief from most -----

i SUBSCRIPTION RATES will finish the work by putting of the Today, tomorrow and every day this week the i!
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 attempts at writing a-erses: thoughts of a big majority of style-appreoiatrv -.
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.50 the beautiful bronze figure in about Flo-ri-da, and Or-lan-do. The
Daily. 3 Montha ...................... 1.25 women will be centered on Easter Apparel. 1
f Daily. 1 Month ....................... .MWeekly. place. author, Chas. R. Boostrom, of St. It is an acknowledged pleasure when you make I
The erection of this memorial was Paul Minn. selections at this store Not only the
r ought to change his name FOR SALEA your are I
r 1 Year ...................... $1.00 stocks and
r brought about largely by the effortsof to Boostem, and live in Orlando. (The displayed so conveniently attractively, I
PAYABLE IN but each particular fabric, each
: ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ready-to-wear I
the late Gen. Jewell, of this city
ADVANCETO original was published in the Florida
garment, each dainty creation of :Millinery art or i
l ADVERTISERS: who was chairman of the committee Grower.) dress accessory bears the mark <.f exclusiveness II

i that had the matter in charge several -- and individuality and also STYLE SUPREMACY.IS .

F advertising Copy for most display be handea and all in at other the hand-set business years before the design was selected I Roses and Holbrooks IT WISE TO SIIOI' ELSEWHERE i

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, and the funds partially raised.
.. The Board of Trade contest for new -- --
the day before _"U".tie. This rate applies
1 t. changes tT contract J..rti.ii>.; it is The writer was in Gen. Jewell's of- members is to be a veritable "War of 1
I:: Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. fice only a few days before his death new two-story
the Roses. Walter W. is captain of
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dfiiconiaued and was shown the designer's modelof : MillineryA i
and Holbrook the American modern
( ( should notify the office in writing on one army eight room
,; the date of expiration otherwise it will be the memorial which was eventually Beauty," leads the other host.Whitewash !,
continued at the regular subscription rates selected and ordered. and unique dwell-
until notice to stop is received. department representative -
Telephone Numb ...................... 24 There is a balance of some $3,000 ing, with double i of
f and Wall :: absolutely -
still to be raised and the state legislature I
f-" THURSDAY APRIL 1, 1915. will be asked to appropriate this There will be one advantage in having sleeping porches, the very latest

t amount. The major portion of the Mr. Wall of Tampa in the U. S. modern garage and l /, \a4 in vogue. The newest
senate. He is said to be
pretty "
r ilOOd WdV funds for the erection of the memo- butlers styles, the latest
smooth and if he does any crooked quarters, S s :
0 rial has been raised by the old soldiers shapes, the most
Italy does not believe in doing what business he will be easy to whitewash very pretty location

when the investigating committee !, charming colorings
it do tomorrow. Lake ,
can An elaborate dedication service will overlooking
gets after him. are on exhibition.
0 be arranged as soon as the funds are Eola. $4500.00 will
t t A man of spirit doesn't necessarilycarry -- -
raised for the full payment of the
a pocket flask. amount due. The memorial will standin WellVell, Well! buy this if taken An extra .1

-o-- Confederate park in Jacksonville.ADDmONAL Another reason why a president of now, it is a bargain.

I Also it seems a long, long way to o the United States has to work so hardin Display

the Czar's last moujik.o LOCALMr. the mornings is because his time is J

o taken up with golf in the afternoonand This Week

Adam was created before Eve, yet literary authorship at night.-
t and Mrs. B. E. Tiffany, promi-
Eve the first maid.
t was nent winter visitors to Orlando, who

f 0 had apartments at 119 East Pine DoctorsBucknlastcl'
What most people need is an occa-
street, made their departure yester- SG1 Dolive & Son
sional dose of antitalksine.An HosieryMaybe
day for Cleveland, Ohio. This was & Bnindagc

e their initial visit, but they enjoyedit
author is a person who uses it's a small item, generally, but a mighty -
so much that they will be back here OSTEOPATHS REAL ESTATENo. big one when it comes to completing the "toutensemble"
to catch the drip when his brain
next for Easter Sunday. We feature
again season. exclusively -
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
leaks.It I
o at Kirksville, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hustis, who -THE GORDON" "THE PHOENIX"
doesn't look or feel very much 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Second Floor "THE KAYSER"EVERWEAR"
have passed the major portion of the
like the backbone of winter had been National Bank. Phone 578. Full Range in Each Make.
winter in Orlando, left yesterday .
after a most enjoyable time for their FOR EASTER WEEK-

0I home in Beverly, Mass. They are Gordon Silk Hose-In 25; colors and Black
It is not posterity, but and White.
your your
coming South early in the fall and expect ,

actions, that will perpetuate your to make this place their rendez- Regular $1.00 Pair, for Easter Week, 89c.

I memory. o vous with each succeeding season.

Washington has heard that condi- ParasolsNo
Mr. and :Mrs.: H. S. Buckley, the
tions in :Mexico are imr roving. They

could not do anythi":; ... se. two talented entertainers who are costume is complete with out a Parasol or
playing to large audiences all this an "En Tout Cas." Our purchases for the coming

--0- week at the Lucerne theatre, are season were the largest we have ever made. We
The Sultan of Turkey has quit have
an enormous assortment, comprising the
making their home at the Empire ho-
reading the newspapers Probablygot very latest s".apes and combination colorings for
tel. Mrs. Buckley is the sister of Mr. both ladies and children.
tired looking for boosts.o AvenueI
W. O. Davis, of this city, who is the Magnolia
o Prices range from $1.00 to $10.00.
hustling solicitor for the hotel.
peace ever is restored in Mexico

the place is not going to seem like have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
Among those who arrived in Orlando -
home to the present generation. uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. Ribbons
yesterday and registered at the
o I
San Juan hotel were Edward E. Hart- This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a Ribbons will be in demand for the coming sea-
Science has condemned kissing as
con and son, New York; J. R. Churchill number of bearing fruit trees.I son. For Sashes, for Hat Trimmings, for Lingerieand
unsanitary and unhygienic but thereis
a host of other purposes. We have doubledour
Chicago Chas. C. Glidden, Birmingham
no evidence that he joyous pleasureis ; stock for the coming season. Every capricecan
will sell the entire property or will sell numberof
W. L. VanDuzor, Eustis any
diminishing. ; ; be met. New Moire's, new Dresdens, new
J. A. Myer, St. Louis; T. E. Walker, feet off south end. Taffetas new Gros Grains, new Satins, new

0 Brocton, Mass. A. A. Williams, Fort Chameleon Stripes and Figures. They're all here.
:Many a man who sighs to be an independent ; The house is in good condition and is arranged into
Valley, and H. G. Peagrott, Atlanta.Mr. SPECIAL FOR EASTER-100 bolts Plain and
farmer kicks like anything light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in- Fancy :Ribbons; 4 to 6 inches. Worth 35 and
when he happens to wake 45 cents.
and Mrs. H. W. Ballantine, who come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
morning in time to hear the milkman. Easter Week, 19c.Gloves .
have been spending their eleventh!
o bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
winter in the city, guests at the Wy-
"Fans are again fashionable" is the BARGAIN.
oming hotel, left yesterday for
headline in an exchange. Baseball or
Washington, D. C., where they will
Cash terms.
the new feather models adorned with! or tWill
spend some tim before going to their!
fluffy tinted butterfly decorations, ostrich the finishing touch to the Easter Cos-
home in East Orange, N. J. They put
peacock, eagle and even turkey tume, and only the best makes will suffice, nothing
stated that had
on leaving they en-
plumage more deplorable than an ill-fitting glove. We
o joyed a most delightful season in this carry only the best makes, and we fit all Gloves

city, and that they would undoubtedly! to insure perfection of fit.
If you want to "serve the people"it
return in the fall. In Kid Gloves. Dent's Kayser. Short and Long.
isn't necessary to run for office. WAY
Work hard and attend to your own S. Y. Prices from $1.50 to $3.50In
Mr. and Mrs S. Dow and their at-
business. Follow that plan and you Silk Gloves Kayser and Luken. None bet-
tractive daughter, Miss Audrey, who made.
wilj be more popular than any states-

man, and will have less gr f. have been spending the winter at Insurance and Real Estate Agent Prices, 50c., 98c., $1.25 and $1.50In
their pretty home, 405 East Church
-0- Cotton and Chamois Gloves, Kayser and
street, will leave today for Jackson-
Are Orange county farmers planning Luken.
ville, en route to Topeka, Ind., where
to raise enough ggs and poultrythis PHONE 172 Prices, 25c. and 50c.
they will spend the summer. They
year to supply the local demand'Remember
have been coming to Orlando for the
that all through the past
past five years, and are great boosters 4
winter merchants and marketmenwere
for this part of Florida. While' !$
selling cold storage shipped
eggs absent they will keep posted on the l
here from Kansas City and Jackson- P
happenings in Orange county,throughthe I
old reliable South Florida Sen- Wat \

o tinel. Organdie, in ,

"Genius," says the WashingtonPost sheer Marquisette, in ; '; .

"is the most curious psychological Rev. Frank Parker and sister, Miss -, Brussels Net, in Dainty : \ "

phenomenon with which the mindof Jennie MacFarland, who have been Lawn, in allover / -

has Lace, in Chiffon, in = -
man ever grappled. And the ;
spending the winter in Orlando, at M
great trouble is that the mind of man 409 DeLaney street, left yesterday I Lisse and in Silk y ,

never can be sure even while the Crepe t h at' s our
for South Hamilton, Mass., wher
grappling is going on that genius is Rev. Parker is pastor of the Baptist ORANGE CITY range. In all the new-
est styles. We receive
really being grappled with.
church, during the summer season.
shipments twice a
o His daughter, Miss Alice Parker, the

Following the reported fire last accomplished stenographer at the PURE TABLE WATERr week. e

evening on Virginia Heights the new Seminole hotel, Winter Park, will not Prices, 25c, 35c, 75c

motor fire truck dashed madly back! go North for some time. Dr. Parker
to the fire house. Much complaint owns some very pretty building lots $1.00 to $2.50

was raised over the speed made by on the corner of South and DeLaney Bottle Half Gallon

the truck on the return trip. It is in streets and will build on them this ,

order to run ninety miles' per hour in summer and make Orlando their per-

hastening to the scene of a fire, but manent home. The Sentinel follow $2.75 Case of 12 BottlesA

it's nonsense to return like Barney them North as usual.

Oldfield unless of course the fire en-
charge of 5c extra for bottle
gine house is on fire. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,

o In Court of the County Judge Orange refunded when empty bottle is DICKSON IVES CO.
The fellow that rocks the boat.- County State of Florida-In re Es- t

Jess Willard.-The auto speeder. tate of Eugene Brewer.To i
-When Editor Powell' all Creditors. Legatees, Distributees -
and all Persons having Claims !
APRIL of Clearwater runs amuck or Demands against said Estate:

FOOLS). with a loaded lead pen- You and each of you, are hereby DELIVERY FREE I
notified and
cil.-A wife beater.- required to present any
claims and demands which or
The knocker.-The meddler.-The either of ;you, may have against the .. ..

man who declares the Orlando Boardof estate of Eugene Brewer, deceased I

Trade is dead.-Any Orlandodrunk.N'earl late of Orange county, Florida, to the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

}' all of :\Iexiro.i .- undersigned administrator of said estate McELROY'S PHARMACYAgents I The Store of true service, of never-failing COur-
within one from the date
year of fair dealing of
i The gun toter.-Blind tigers.- hereof. tesy, trust-worthy mer-

The weather man.-The calamity Dated March 31. A. D. 1915. chandise, at right prices

howler.--The chauffeur who refuses FRANKLIN E. BREWER, ORLANDO FLORIDAr.1
, 4-1-wkly-St Administrator.
to stop, look and listen.- --And any-

' body else you care to mention. All round money g.tters--want ads.



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L ( : nrirty THEATRE ; i "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" --0


I Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. i\ ; :

SOCIAL CALENDAR clever comedy, by Guilbert & Sulli- Admission 5 Cents fl ; i

van, composers of "The Mikado is i 11
April 1 to 3 t2
an especial favorite with all lovers of :
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Today comic opera. Orlando is indeed for-
W. R. C. meeting with Mrs. L. F. tunate in having such an organizationas TODAY'S PROGRAM I
Brigham. Extra-Four: Big Reels!
the Mendelssohn\ Club, as it means
Rosalind Club, afternoon party; Death and destruction follow the 8 4 / :
Mrs. J. M. Cheney, chairman. lots of work to produce works of such "AIR TORPEDO"A 7 .
Kil Kare Klub; Mrs. Hook hostess. magnitude as "Pinafore" and "The three reel thriller that thrills. Sra

Here and There Club, with Mrs. A. Mikado." But with such generous Plenty of action. Blood red. A good fl
W. McKay and Mrs. J. Skinner, at story, well told and acted. A storyof o
support as the club has been given i in
"Ingleside. love and devotion. Don't miss it.
Friday the past and which it expects to con- You can't afford to miss it.
Mrs. W. C. Essington entertains for tinue to receive in the future Orlando Nestor Comedy,
Mrs. Grasse and Miss Drennen. "WHEN BESS GOT IN WRONG"with o
expect more good thingsfrom "THE 0
New England Association meetingat Bess Meredith and Lee Moran. WATCHis
the Mendelssohn Club. The cast
5 and 10 cents.
Saturday for "Pinafore" will be announced at no more open than our method of conducting business. Through

Entre Nous Club; Mrs. Leon B. a later date. Kalem Special Feature complete I never misrepresenting, anti selling at a moderate price, we have established -
Fort, hostess. EXCHANGE
I a clientele which we price more than
--0- any one thing. Let
Saturday Auction Bridge Club. in two parts.
-0- BOW KNOT CLUBENTERTAINED. Two good farms, 160 acres each, in us show you our line of beautiful watches, diamonds, bracelets, etc.
UNIQUE SHOWER FOR Kansas; 100 acr"" ::r. .. n.ii; iarm in

MISS FANNIE ROBINSON.Miss The Bow Knot Club was entertainedI ange cultivation county; want; must good be lands good in farm Or- ALLEN & CO. JE) E! RS.
Florida Howard yesterday afternoon -i Tuesday by Mrs. J. A. Head and Mrs. lands. These Kansas farms are worth 11

gave a unique shower for E. G. Rogers, at Duke Hall. There $25 per acre. These farms have wheat == miTlCOLEMAN cl1

Miss Fannie Robinson, who is soon to were three tables of players, Miss crops now growing. They are incum- ,
bered for 1600. Will trade
become the bride of Mr. Donald Che- Dane, Mrs. Monroe, Mrs. Reichard, "HIS SUICIDE"A for Orange county, Florida, equity lands.

ney. After the guests had arrived Mrs.\ Chalfant, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs. Waring Realty Co. 4-1-tf

Miss Howard announced that the Hoppin, Misses Kate and Margaret Lubin Comedy.

Spring Fairy would appear and assist Switzer, Mrs.\ Nathan, Mrs. Carbee, GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS

the guests in finding Easter gifts for Mrs. Blair, and the hostesses, who LucerneTODAY

each which had previously been hid- played with their guests the game of \ PAINT is easy with our paints. Just open

den in different parts of the house. "five hundred." Miss Kate Switzer, I. the can and begin with the brush .

After a diligent search it was discov- who substituted for Mrs. Dale, made / They are already mixed, and the

ered that not only had each guest received the best score, and won the privilegeof i ors and ingredients are of the hig

an appropriate and dainty wearing the gold bow knot pin un "THE MAN, THE MISSION 1 rSIN J' grade known to the paint trade. COI-I

Easter token, but that the fairy had til the next meeting, which is to beheld
AND THE MAID"A THE I painted up for Easter.
found number of for
a lovely gifts at the home of Mrs.\ Thornton.

the coming bride, to be used in her -()- Vitagraph Comedy Drama. FAMOUS "BULKLEYS"European

new home. The Spring Fairy was lit- "IS DEATH Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Co ;

tle Miss Theresa Robinson, a sisterof Novelty EntertainersMost
THE END? 205 S. Orange Avenue
the honoree. Each gift was accom-
Rev. John Haynes Holmes, minis- Beautiful, refined and
panied by a verse of a spring ode & RHAN Phone 261.
ter of the Church of the :Messiah, Spectacular Novelty Features.
composed by the clever hostess. One
New York City, has just published a -
of these verses was-
book that is attracting a good deal of "THE DEPUTY'S
"Springs chicks are lessons to a bride CHANCE
attention. The title of the book is
For they must too well alas
That all things, whether great or "Is Death the End?" Rev. Eleanor WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
,j small Gordon will make this book the basisof I Reliance Drama.

lust scratch and make their living. her sermon Easter Sunday. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.

These verses, numbered and read in "SAINTS AND SINNERS"An Something new Something New !
order, proved highly; entertaining. A Try it. Ask About it.
bride's cake was brought in, in the MRS. WHITTIER American Drama Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
ENTERTAINS.Mrs. three or more
center of which was a Kewpi attired :I Chas. Whittier was hostess Always have a stock of good things te eat on hand
in an airy bridal' veil. A feature of "MUSIC HATH CHARMS:: COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
the refreshments were pink frosted Tuesday evening for a very delightful 5 cents 10 cents POTATO SALADJ. t
party, at which eight tables of friends A Komic Komedy.
cakes topped with candied rabbits and
several hours happily at J. E. NICHOLSON'S
dainty pink and white baskets filled spent pro R. TRESHER
with salted nuts. The guests will gressive "five hundred." The housewas "THEV A Y OF THE WOMAN" Phone 26 Bakery
attractively decorated for the
occasion -
long remember a most delightful af and the affair was most enjoyable friends, especially among the youngerset An Essany Drama.
ternoon. Those attending were Miss who her in Or
Assisted by Miss Rappold and hope to see again
Fannie Robinson, Mrs. B. M. Robinson Mrs. lando in the near future. FOUR BIG REELS
Longbard, Mrs. Whittier served
Miss Mary Robinson, Mrs. Otto -()-
delicious refreshments. Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Grassi of New York, Mrs. LeRoy B. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dow were hosts 5 cents 10 cents
Giles, Mrs. W. M. Glenn, Miss Marguerite -
1 SOCIETY NOTESOF last evening to a fish fry and picnic
Drennen of Big Stone Gap,
supper at Mr. Dow's camp, "Kamp
Va., Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs. Fishback, -
Kee Koo Kum. Those be-
Mrs. W. C. Essington, Mrs. Merle Mc- Leon B. Fort will entertainthe
sides Mr. and Mrs. Dow and three
Elroy, Miss Ada Bumby, Miss Eda Entre Nous Club Saturday after-
daughters were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. FRANK
Brewer of Winter Park, and Miss noon.
-0- Johnson, Miss Young, Mr. and Mrs.
Theresa Robinson.
Alf Bumby and daughter, Miss Pau-
-0- The Cathedral school closed yester
line, Mrs. R. L Thompson, and Mr. Established 1886
THE BACHELOR GIRLS day for the Easter vacation, and,
and Mrs.\ Charles Lartigue.
ENTERTAINED. many of the students are leaving for
S Miss Vida :Miller was the charm- their homes for a few days holiday.
Col. and Mrs. S. H. Alleman and I
ing hostess at the Wyoming hotel -
terday afternoon to the "Bachelor yes- The Woman's Relief Corps will hold son, Horace, will leave Orlando Sat- CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

its regular monthly meeting at the urday for Jacksonville, from which
Girls. There was one table of guests
t who were Miss Prudence Malone, home of the president, Mrs. L. F place they will sail on the "Suwannee -

I Miss Lewis, Miss Leona Benner, and Brigham, today at 3 p. m. Mrs. L. L., ," of the Merchants and Miners LOANS
Line, for their home in Philadelphia,
the :Misses Norma and Lucy Gage; Allen, secretary. "
Pa. Col. and Mrs. Alleman are regular -
the guests included Miss Alma DeLa- -()-

ney, :Miss Lillian Smith, Miss Augusta The hospitality committee of the winter residents of Orlando and REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Wright, :Miss Elizabeth Branham, Rosalind Club for April 1-15, of which are very popular socially. Their return

Mrs. J. M. Cheney is chairman, announce next season will be anticipatedwith
Miss Mame Thornton, Miss Vida Miller \ .
pleasure by a host of friends.
and :Miss Jean Person. Those an informal reception at the
who assisted in serving a delicious club rooms this afternoon.
A "Wear Ever" aluminum demonstration -
salad course and chocolate were Mrs.

Harriet Miller, the hostess' mother, Mr. Gordon Wright left yesterdayfor will be given by the ladies

Mrs. DeWitt Miller, and :Mrs. Allan Jacksonville to look after business of the Presbyterian church, Friday,

Weathersbee. The guest prize was matters. IIhe was accompaniedby April 2, at 3 p. m., in the Sunday For Sale

won by Miss\ Norma Gage and the Mrs.\ Wright. They will return school room. Each housekeeper of

club this afternoon. the town is invited to attend. Each
prize by Augusta Wright.

i Vases of nasturtiums were given to -0- housekeeper attending will be given House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price
the winners. The Bachelor Girls will 1 Mrs. Edith Spencer, who has been free a "Wear Ever" aluminum sauce-

be entertained next Thursday after visiting Miss Mayme Thornton at the pan. Come and bring your house-

noon by :Miss Jean Person, in honorof home of her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. keeping friends. Nothing sold. Light $4500.00. A bargain.

:Miss Benner, of Ohio, a guest of I. Thornton, on Jackson street, left refreshments served free. 4-l-2t

Miss Lillian Smith. yesterday for Chicago. -

-()- Miss\ Elizabeth Coffin, of Nantucket,

HAMMONDBRANDT.Yesterday Senator and Mrs.\ Oscar W. Under Mass.:: left last night for her home.

evening at 6:45 o'clock wood who have been visiting Mr. and I On Monday evening, at her apartments .... :
Mrs. A. H. Woodward at their suburban "
at "Hilltop Ridgewood ave
:Mr. Lisle F. Hammond and Miss Jo
sephine E. Brandt were united in i winter home, left yesterday for nue, Miss Coffin entertained a few

marriage at the manse of the First Havana, Cuba, where they expect to friends. Among those who enjoyedher

I Presbyterian church, Rev. Dr. Jno. W. spend a week. hospitality were Rev. Eleanor E. t

Stagg officiating. The young couple --0- Gordon, Dr. Waldron, and Miss Lud-

will' for the time being make Orlando The Misses\ Margaret\ Hibbs, Eloise low. A very pleasant evenir.g was

their home. The Sentinel' ioins witha Gassman, Helen Nicholas, AnettaPening. spent ending with the serving of delicious -

Edith and Eloise Robinsonleave cocoa and cakes, after which
host of friends in wishing every
good in life to the happy couple. today in the Stears touring car all joined with good wishes and a METHOD !

of Mr. Walter Cary-Elwes for a two pleasant journey to the hostess.
days motor trip on the East Coast.
SERVICES AT ST. LUKE'S My method has paid both myself and clients well.
CATHEDRAL. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian I
If interested in Real
Services for today, Maundy\ Thurs church extends a cordial invitation you are Estate
Please meet at the hall
day, at the Cathedral are as follows: to all
housekeepers of the
afternoon at 2 o'clock, to escort the IT
The Holy Communion, 7 a m. city to attend the demonstration of
body of G. Quina to the train.
Morning prayer: 10 a. m.; "Wear Ever" to be
ware in the
and address 7:30. T. B. Phillips, N. G. WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS ;
Evening ,
prayer Sunday school room on Friday after
Tomorrow, Good Friday, morning noon.

I prayer and litany will be held at 10 -o- CARNATIONS FOR EASTER WALTER W. ROSE

o'clock, followed by the three hours Mrs. W. H. Reynolds and
Other cut owers for sale. Miss\ Hope
devotions, from 12 to 3 p. m. The Miss Grace, who have been
visitingher Starbuck, 405; East Livingston avenue.
Real Estate l
address during the latter service will W. tf
son, H. Reynolds, Jr., a prom Phone 521. 4-1-lt ,
be from Bishop Mann's book, Comments inent real estate dealer of Fort My'
ers, have returned to Orlando to

spend a few days en route to theirhome OSTEOPATHYDR. Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building ,

TO BE in Villisca, Iowa.
PRESENTED Phone 555ithi1
EARLY IN MAY. Miss Frank Smith, a pretty young
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
At a largely attended and most en- lady of Lexington, Ky., who has been Kirksvflfe Graduate

thusiastic meeting of the Mendelssohn \ visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. R. Smith, Consultation Free

Club last night the members on East street, left yesterday after Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan

voted! to take up the well known and noon for her home in the Blue GrassState. Ifut
liked comic Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
opera, "Pinafore. This Miss Smith made many
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CUT PRICESTO WANTED lumber Laths arid Slrlngles
SENTINELWANT WANTED-To buy automobile ingood

condition on reasonable terms. .M jfl 5Lf&&f1fa f m *4l
GETREADY Address D. care Sentinel. 3-31-61 "

S WANTED-Horse for the summer,
CASH for its keep. Can give best refer-
: ence.3-31-3tc Address Horse, care Sentinel.

The Morning Sentinel Want WANTED BOARDERS-At 623 W. .,
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want Church street, with private family; oRLANDo: : "
Ad Medium in Orlando. everything neat and clean. Board and
Brick Road. room $5 per week. 3-31-6t
Terms Cash in Advance.
5 Room House, close in. Easy WANTED-By middle aged man
RATESFor comfortable room for summer; private -
Terms. One Day ______________25t family; price about $2 per week; Cement Plaster and
Agatite Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c references given. Address Roomer ,
1 I.Lot in Highland Grove. For Six Days _______________75c care Sentinel. 3-31-3t
For One Month ____________$2.50
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2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of WANTED TO TRADE nice grove -
-- 25 words or less. If the ad con- property for city property. Address -
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate P. O. Box 568. 4-25-6tc
will be one cent per word for
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- WANTED-An experienced married
terms. sertion.If business man wants a situation
you can't bring your ad to April 15th or May 1st. Resident of 3k yoroByf" t"T .
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Orlando. Member Masonic and Red
the above. counts opened by telephone will be Men order Must have it. Employednow.
payable the following day. Good reason for change. Ad-
dress D. A., Box 474, city. 3-30-6t
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Every Home-Every Business- ,
Every Man has use for a WANTED-Good boys about fourteen
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Sentinel Want Ad. years of age to carry paper routes.
Must have bicycle: and be familiar \
with names of streets in district of KINCAID IIffSNOIVBENOrlando's
W.tkln. Block
I town to which he is appointed. Also
FOR SALE I able to do good collecting. For infor-
mation, address or call at this office.
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-A pair of Toledo scales; 3-24-tf
worth $190; will take $100 cash.
Address "Owner," Box 204, Orlando, PARTY FORMING, special rates toNew Largest and Cheapest
can buy foundationstone Fla. 3-30-3tc York leaving Orlando night
building blocks, side- April 8th, via Atlantic Coast Line and
walk tile, or anything in my FOR SALE-One of the best deliveryor Savannah Line. Special through car
work horses in Orlando. Address from Orlando to Savannah. See Mr. FURNITURE HOUSE
Call around
line at reduced. "Owner," Box 204, Orlando, A. W. Cary 702 Broadway, Orlando.
and let me surprise you on Fla., for price. 3-30-3tc 3-26-tf
prices. -,
J. F. D. GORE FOR SALE-One new dump cart and Take. your Kodak films to Robinson. 3-3-tf- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
harness; cheap; a very handy rig
on a farm. H. E. Hand. 3-28-6tc
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. HOOSIER SPRING WATER-Just

r> Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. FOR SALE-Some very fine setter received 60 gallons Hoosier Spring
water. $1.20 for 5 ,gallons.: City Drug
cheap. Address B. J. Over-
pups; I
Store. Phone 632. 3-31-Ctc
street, Lockhart, Fla. 3-26-61 ;

For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
FOR SALE-A good comfortable
ing to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
home for small family; garden go
growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow-
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion BUYERS AND SELLERSI
Office corner Orange Avenue and avenue. 3-7-1mo* buy, sell rent, and exchange real Clearance Sale
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg.,
FOR SALE-Modern home; eight over 30 years. Have handled over .
Phone 419.FLORIDA. 20000000. Call and
rooms and bath; orange trees and see me.
large oak; seven minutes walk to 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An .
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, OF
412 East Pine. 3-21-1mo* 8x10 Kodak enlargement free '
at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf 2
PRODUCTSThe FOR SALE-1915 Ford touring car;
fine condition; extra equipment. H.
G. Jackson, R. F. D. 2. Phone 1024 I
Wakefield Preserving Com 4 rings. 3-31-3t Ga.s Heaters l
Steady 1 lR
pany of Geneva, Fla., had a display of I FOR SALE-A good work horse; \R

orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- t
quite No. 19 East Pine street, at A.
and Preserves at the County Fair
Hanson's Shoe !
Shop. 3-2-lmo
that were admired by all who saw Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-
! them. cottage, seven rooms and story bath, through the coming summer we are going to close them :
This has in ry
company now a display modern conveniences, roomy porches Th/: i5baflinflhOUJt10dJ
r our window. Be sure to see it. 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. myftery out during the month of March at the following prices: .

FOR SALE:Story:: & Clark upright f
t TOURISTSshould grand piano won by Miss Myrtle $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
Weeks in the recent contest will be .
F sold for benefit of Baptist church Its amazingsolu+ion
i' take some of this Florida Fruit building fund. Piano may be seen 6.50 Heaters for 5.20
home with them.CARUTHERS. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. worked out by

I Weeks 1-13-tfc, 10 Washington street. the ":Secretof 4.50 Heaters for 3.60 I

.FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock keA -
& GORE and tools, best farm in county; va- 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 I
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
f to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock

New Modern Grocery er.Sldg.- Orlando. J.. Van- Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT. .


;1 Phone 200 FOR RENT-215 South Main street; BargainLot ,
c pleasant furnished front room.
t. 3-30-3t

6 and 8 East Pine St. FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur-
nished or unfurnished; low rates to
permanents; close in; vacancies in ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
two houses; all improvements. See overlooking Lake
owner, 301 East Livingston avenue.

t Oando o..WashinRton 3-30-1mo FOR RENT-New* furnished house .Lucerne, $1.600. Must GAS DEPARTMENT

complete; also separate flat or be seen to be appreci-
rooms furnished; all conveniences;
bath, gas, electricity. 211 East Jack-
son street, near Methodist church. ated. Call

DRAWING ROOM 3-30-3t .

FOR RENT-New, Modern Five
Sleeping Car room house. Apply 510 W. Central.

; I FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Easter Lillies Finley's' Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStoreHas
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
First Car on March 16 Yancey. 3-28-tfc I

TWO FURNISHED or unfurnishedrooms CARLREAL DANN FOR EASTERGet always on hand a large and well selected

I VIA with garden; modern con- stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes, Paints.
veniences. Also one detached room,
18x20; makes a good work shop; $5 Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies
Atlantic Coast Line per month. See or address C. Joyce,, ESTATE your orderin

Standard Railroad of the South
RENT-Attractive new modern early ALWAYS GLAD TOu SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S .
Open for Passengers al! 9 P, M. bungalow, six rooms and sleeping
porches; large grounds; completely COMPANY
screened; in pine grove, on lake, near PIONEER '
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand Central avenue. Reasonable. Call or
address. C. Hunt, Rock Lake.
SaturdaysLeaving 3-26-6t HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
.violet Dell Florist.
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- f
Orlando Train 82
on ,
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays Knox. 11-3-tf SPRINGFIELD PLANT I
and Saturdays.For J. M. CARUTHERSPhone I

Agent.call on Reservations A. [iC. 1. Local and Tickets Ticket 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. & FLOWER CO. 509.408 South Lake St. The' Z arketOF

Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the FRANK CARY EHYES, Manager CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
next day. 3-3-tf


-Hou!'e repairs of all kinds done All kinds of cut Flowers for sale. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; CHIROPRACTOR
9- screen doors and windows a specialty; Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Carnations screened away from the flies, and kept fresh, I
I sleeping graduate Davenport College, 17 and I I (
porches counters shelving,
garages, office fixtures; window and Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. Easter: 18 Yowell-Duckwortu: building; phone and pare.
door frames made to order. Get our Lily Plants, 2, 31 and 5 buds to a 209. Intelligent people everywhereare ... We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have I
orices. 18 East Church street. A being restored to health by chiro- everything in the Meat Line.
DR. L H. RAMSDELLI postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo practic adjustments, the new scienceof I i
the of disease. Ex-
ORLANDO OPTOMETRIST, FLORIDAWE LOW RATES to New York. 17.60 PHONE 6771JACKSONVILLE amination removing free. cause 12- 4-1mo H.: lSelfi & Co. I
from Orlando via all rail. Party
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I forming to leave April 6th. See Wil- Umbrellas recovered and repaired pHONE NO. SO ; PINE STREET
AND"DO ALL KINDS OF liam Morrison, 404 W. Church street. "while you wait," at Young's Repair
OPTICAL REPAIRING 3-31-St 2021 Main St. Florida Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc


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By an Expert From the Factory, ofWEAREVER


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

Ask questions and inspect goods. J




GRIDDLE CAKES COOKED WITHOUT GAS 2 1-2 quart Every lady attending the demonstration Friday is as-

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SATURDAY Sauce Pan Regular sured that she can get one of the special 2'/z quart Sauce

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I Items From CLEANAll

Drennen Fla., :March 30.-Mr. and garbage should be kept in a I
:Mrs. W. E. Tew Miss Margaret Tew WindermereWindermere ,covered galvanized can. When possi-
"BE A SELF STARTER-DON'T and Miss Mary Finch spent last weekat ble have a wooden box with a hinged OFFER FOR ONE WEEKSome .
CRANKED"JOIN lid to hold the receptacle otherwise I
WAIT TO BE DeLand Palm Beach and Miami.:
THE BOARD OF :Mrs. Bert Humphries is home froma Fla, March 30.-Mrs. nail an ordinary wooden box, bottom I
visit at Tampa. T. B. Johnson who has spent the win- side, to the fence or back shed. Giveit I 4
TRADE NOW Miss Emma Kinne who has been ter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a coat of outside paint. It will be Attractive Priceson f
the guest of Mrs. J. W. Howell is vis- I Frank Smith has returned to her easier to clean and much more sight- fI
home in Cleveland, O. ly. I
MEMBERS PAID, 1915A iting at DeLand, but will return here
later. :Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando, en- As parbage breeds mosquitoes and | Property I
Bert Humphries, who has been tertained a party of fifteen at luncheon the deadly germ bearing fly, the | on
Anderson F. L-, grocer. training with the Chicago 'club at at Rossmore Inn last Friday.Mr. greatest care must be taken in cleans- |;
Baxter F. H, real estate.B ing the pail. This should be done |t
Tampa, spent Sunday at his home
and Mrs. II. T. Brigham have
is removed.
each time the garbage I
J. D. Barnes, Yowell-Duckworth. week here. for Mr. Humphries. will leave this returned to their home Wauseon, Use weak solutions of any coal tar ;

, Dr. R. Buckmaster, osteopath.Nat and Chicago.Mr. Mrs. Robert Turner expectto Ohio being called there by the deathof products. These are at once disin- ]i LAKE LUCERNEThe
Mr. Brigham's sister.
Burman gents' furnishings. fectants and deodorizers. They are
leave next week for their home at
Joe hardware. Mrs. L. M. Knauff and Miss Blanche kill the
Bumby, Townsend Centre, Mass. inexpensive and will not only j i
Butt Arthur tax assesosr. Esterbrook of Cleveland, were guestsat flies and mosquitoes but their eggs.
i Brokaw, W. II., nurseryman. The Ladies'afternoon Auxiliary will meet on Rossmore Inn last week. One, about 50 cents a pint, and an- i 1 Beauty Spot of Orlando
Thursday at 2:30 o'clock
Mr. and :Mrs.V.. S. Brown, who i
Beeman, II., San Juan hotel. with Mrs. other about 85 cents for a similar
I Arthur Lemmon. Miss
Branch, W. S., book store.C have been connected with RossmoreInn quantity, may be obtained at any drug ;
Switzer of who has
have returned to Cleveland, Ohio, I
store. J
spent much time abroad, will be
Christ, Dr. C. D., physician. and pres- to open up the northern RossmoreInn In making a solution of either of
ent talk
give a her travels
Curtis & O'Neal, book store. on for the summer season. Dr. and the above use in the proportion of a l
Caruthers & Gore grocers. through the Holy Land and other for- Mrs. J. A. Thompson will remain in teaspoonful to a pint of water, or if
eign countries. All ladies of the Windermere all summer, and Ross- C. A.HOVEY
Cheney Donald O. W. & L. Co. neighborhood interested in the Sun- made in gallon quantity which may !
Chad wick. C. D.. real estate. more Inn will be kept open. be bottled and kept until used, have l
Cheney, J. 31.. O. W. and L. Co. day school are invited. Mr. and Mrs. F. Walker, of Orlando the proportion a quarter of a pint toa li i
Rev. Mr.
Inghram, who is passingthe
D entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. L. of water.A .
winter at Pine Castle preached a Nuckols and Miss Pauline Nuckolsat
Dickson-Ives, department store. solution of chloride of lime, one
Dolive. S. G real estate. sermon appropriate for Palm Sunday dinner at Rossmore Inn last Sun- teaspoonful to a pint of water, or a
Sunday. There was a large at- .
Dow C. P- Peoples National Bank. day.Mrs. strong solution of washing soda make
Davis. E. W. lawyer. tendance and the sermon was listenedto Jas. N. Tyner, of Washington, good cleansers. All of these are rec-
with equal interest by both old D. C.. entertained at dinner at Ross-
Dale, Fred B., real estate.E. ommended by the city health authori-
and The
G. Duckworth. Yowell-Duckw'th. young. speaker next Sunday more Inn last Sunday.Mr. ties. These solutions will kill the
Duke, Buford, Duke HalL will be a minister from Cincinnati, and Mrs. G. W. Shem, of Alliance grass and should therefore be emp- THE
E who is spending the winter at Or- Ohio who have been touring the
tied into
a hydrant
, T. II. Evans, jeweler. lando. lie is a graduate of Prince- southern part of the state, have returned Keep a discarded whisk broom for

Estes, V. W., druggist. ton University and his sermon is sure again to Windermere. In fact, cleaning out the garbage can, for the
Edwards. Dr. G. I1.. physician. to be of interest.will The children of the after visiting other points they are hands need not come into contact PERU P PANAMA HAT CO

Eaton, W. II. Orange grower. Sundayschool and recitations.The also. give some still of the opinion that Windermereis with the dirty water. Put the cleanedcan
Essington, W. C. The SentineLEmpie songs Tawanta the place for a winter home, and in a tilted position so that the
Reading Club met
Jno. F-, Spot Cash Grocery.F Friday evening with Spencer Brad- have bought property here. sun can penetrate the entire inside.
11isslargaret A. Buckley
The box in which the garbage can
dock. The program consisted of cur- closed her winter home here and will i is should be cleaned two three ARE IN ORLANDOAt
Father M. Fox, Catholic church. kept or
rent events and a talk by Miss Kinne
,_ spend the summer !in.Cleveland, Ohio. times week. Some housewives ad-
Fiezl, A. A, Orlando Uoof & Sheet of Jacksonville: on AroundtheWorld. a
niInp automobile have
Metal Co. ." Starting from San Fran- been at Rossmore Inn the parties past week. vise putting freshly cut grass or a Merck's\ 21 S. Avenue
G cisco the speaker told much of inter An inspection of the register shows layer of newspaper in the bottom of Pharmacy Orange
C. E. Graham retired. the can to prevent the garbage from
est, particularly of the Philippines,
the following as having been guests
to the bottom.
Goodrich, C. \V. abstractor. sticking
where she several "ears.1iss
spent ) thereIrs.. and Miss Donence, of
Gore. Mahlon, retired. Kinne was in Switzerland when the
Donenceton, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. --- ----
Griffin S. S, real estate.
war broke out and so had j
many expe- T. Harbaugh of Sewiekley, Pa.; Dr.
Gordon Frank sheriff. riences to relate regarding travel at E. C. Booth, Somerville, :Mass.; Mr.
t Glenn W. M. The Sentinel Do Your
that time. During the social hour
F. Callo-
W. P. Hill Mr. and Mrs. H.
Giles, Jas. L, real estate.
150 books were donated to the I
II way, and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Foley.
. ice cream was served the proceeds Winter Park Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B.
; I
Howard C. F., Orange Co. Citizen. ElectricFixtures
being used to purchase other
Sipe, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
Hovey. C. A., real estate.
volumes. The next meeting will be
Stearns, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs.I. .
Howell, Dr. J. C. osteopath. held with O. H. Schneider, when
Capt. II. Eddy, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. B. i. '
Haden A. orange grower.
C. L. Albertson will speak on "The L. Maltby and Miss Maltby East Or- Look
Howe S. W-, State Bank. "
Use of Books. Albertson
Capt. whois
ange, N. J.liss 11. C. Arter
Holbrook, J. Hupmobile.
a great lover of books, has a valu-
York city Mrs. S. F. Wilbur Provi-
hand II. E, ice cream mfg. ;
J able private library of over 10,000 dence, R. I.; Mrs. A. I. Findley, New Old andWorn
volumes at his home at Waverly, N.
York city Miss Charlotte L. Arter
Johnson, C. E, So. Fla. Foundry.
Y, and so is well fitted to speak on
Cleveland Mr. R. C. Bigelow and
Johnson, S. A. city commissioner.K ;
the topic he has chosen.
K Mrs. Stella Bigelow Ocoee; Robt. Al- Out ?
retired. Frank Brewer returned Monday ford Ocoee; and Capt. and :Mrs. E.
A. G
from Matthews, Va. where the
re- de Vedeg, Gotha. .tt eZ+ fi rOver
L mains of his father were taken for
Laubach, P. F, feed store. burial.
PARIS TO ORGANIZE BIG FAIR I have established a plant for
M Funeral services over the remainsof twelve bales of genuine Panama Hats are being sold by
McCullough, Geo., departm't store. the late TO
Eugene Brewer of this
:McLean W. postmaster.. place, were held at the Christian FROM LEIPZIG the refinishing of all metal the importers at $1.75, $2.75 and up. Direct receivers in the

, Martin, W. E, tax collector. church ::Matthews Va., Thursday. rough fresh and natural. from Ecuador and
Mathews, Tom W, contractor. I Burial was also at Matthews. Paris, March 30The city council fixtures and brass beds. This Thirty-eight days

McEwan, Dr. J. S, physician. Rev and Mrs. Inghram, and Mr. has decided to organize with the cooperation Peru, South America.
N of the principal commercialand work is done at a small cost, and
and Mrs. Sphaler, of Pine Castle
Norcross, Capt. P. retired.O were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer industrial associations of Francea makes fixtures look like Our reputation is well known from the Atlantic to the Pa-
Braddock great Paris fair to take the place your cific. Small Each
Sunday: profits and quick sales make our success.
Overstreet, 31. O, banker, manufr. hitherto held in international trade by
James Neal had the misfortune
P lose a pocket book containing over to the celebrated Leipzig exposition in new. hat is built by the Spanish process to satisfy the individual tasteof

Porter Dr. George, Physician. $-18 Sunday between his home here Germany.This Stock of second hand fixturesfor each lady and gentleman. Buy from the importer and savemiddleman's
Patterson J. c. retired. and Winter Park. Although it is designed as a step in the di-
R contained rection of obtaining for France and profits.
the name of :Mrs. Neal it has sale.
W. II. Reynolds, retired. her allies trade which hitherto hasgone
_Robinson___ __ CL IL lawn. not yet been returned to the owner. to Germany. Remember, If You Buy Your Hat Elsewhere, We Both Lose.
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A1. I I Phone 652 and I will call and
Robinson, B. clerk.
Reese, J. II, ReporterStar.Rose HITS FREIGHT TRAIN; GRIP CAUSES BIG INCREASE IN estimate job.
W. W. real.estate. DEATH RATE IN NEW YORK your

Robinson, O. S. traveling man. Charlotte, N. C. March 30.-South

S ern passenger train No. 8 collided New York, March 30.Prevalenceof --- ._
. Smith, W. II., chief police. head-on with a freight train near grip has caused a large increasein L. W. r "
Sperry, E. F. mayor. Concord 22 miles from this city, ear- the death rats in pumonary cases
Schnaar Jno. insecticide mfg. ly this morning. in this city, according to figures made LEWIS.I
T public today by the department of Hammond&QoreFUNERAL
F. J.. monument works.
Terry Washington, March 30.-Reports to health.In .
Townsend C. S, contractor. Southern railway headquarters here the week just ended 380 persons
Tenney. Lloyd S, 31 gr. Fla. Growers said no persons was injured in the died of pneumonia, according to the Y
and Shippers League. collision near Concord. Number 8 is official report as compared with 305 DON'T WORRY DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I
W a mixed train. in the corresponding week last year.
Woodruff. Seth stockman. This increase was attributed to the
Watson, "'. P. S. A. L. engineer. "GOLDIE"The grip. In the same period the numberof REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
y deaths from influenza increased

X. P. Yowell, 'Yowell-Duckworth. advertisements of "Goldie" in from 18 to 28. COMPARE
Yearby, J. R., ell-Duckworth. the Times-Union are decidedly unique If you are disappointedabout

and readable. We have been giving TIPSY PIGEONS HALT SUIT getting a new Easter -
AMERICAN N ATE TO GO TO LONDON Mr. Goldstein credit for originating
I IlinN A DAY I I them until a few days since there appeared Yonkers, N. Y.-The trial of a suit Suit we can put your i I

in the Times-Union the advertisement to determine the ownership of twenty old one in good condi-
"'ashingtonlarch: .-President of a Jacksonville ad. writer pigeons had to be postponed in spe- \Ve provide the quality of furniture-that has long
Wilson announced today that the I I which was os similar in style that it sial sessions today to give the pigeonsa tion for just such occas been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
American note to Great Britain con- is evidently the work of the same chance to sober up. They had been ions.
standard of merit. If an article is it is good.
cerning the order of council practically But that does detract
person. not at fed corn soaked in whiskey, it was
was complete and would be for- all from the value of the "Goldie" let- charged. It wouldn't here were it otherwise. Weca ''t make

warded to London within the next ters. this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones

twenty-four No note will hours.be sent at present to CONTRACTOR: SHEEN GETS $1,000) ( DAMAGES I ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY. I of thit business, and that means much to any buyer. I

Germany regarding the sinking of the R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see West Palm Beach. March 30.-A Dry Cleaning
American ship William P. Frye bv the before letting contract if you are go- jury in the circuit court late Satur- I
Prinz Eitel Friedrich. The presidentsaid ing to build and want the best house day afternoon awarded verdict in Steam Cleaning McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,
he had not received all the infor- possible for invested.P. .
money :
mation he desired O. Box favor of Frank Sheen a real estate Pressing and Repairing Cor. and Church St. Orlando.. Fla.
concerning the 195. LPhone 478. dealer in this city, against the estateof I Orange \'e. .
ownership of the Frye's cargo. 2181mocGet Samuel Goodman. :Mr. Sheen was I J

granted $4,000 damages with interest %
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If you have a tenement to let, advertise -
it in the Daily Sentinel, andten
thousand people will know it. THIS PRUDENT -

Mrs. R. P. Marks arrived in Orlando ti,
yesterday afternoon to visit her
TO parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Yo 1\\[. Slem- .

I a I3__A- N It_ ; "- ,i, i ms. ,a% ,
b s r !'
Urifert 1 &* HOT CROSS BUNS-Hot Cross
mmm"DOES Buns, Thursday afternoon and Friday
I 1 1I I morning, for Good Friday, at Rock's
Bakery. 4-1-lt
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Lieut. S. J. Entrican, of St. Cloud ? ,_ IOQT I '' s
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l bay
was among the representative citizens -
of Osceola county transacting ,
business in Orlando yesterday.
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Mrs. N. S. Werner, of Narcoossee,
was among the popular lady visitorsof
that community visiting Orlando +}
"esterday.1lr. \ fj Y r
7 i wit- l
That's the first question hard headed employers R. J. James, traveling passenger -

: of men ask now-a-days. Heedless spending fore- ; agent of the Seaboard Air Line
was, among the popular transportation -
casts a bad ending. It's the young man who saves men visiting Orlando yesterday.HOT ,/ :

that gets the job! Self denial gives a man first .

trial. Do you want to be first-or last? Are you Buns, Thursday CROSS afternoon BUNS-and Hot Friday Cross JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

going to save and win? mornng for Good Friday, at Rock's MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-

:Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., and son,
Master Stanley, returned yesterday
from Kissimmee where they have AND ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE BANKERS WHOSE

been visiting friends for a couple of ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE YOU MAY LATER DESIRE. WE

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hammond, who
have been visiting their old friends,
Ir. and Mrs. Geo. W. Paige, at their Peoples National Bank
home on the Lockhart road, left yesterday -
for Princeton, Ill.

Mr. J. Hugh Reese, editor of the
Reporter-Star, has returned from
,Jacksonville where he spent several
days on an important business mis-
sion. ,

Summer CookingShouldn't t\ .. ............"- .
IMMIintllltllMtlMtltMMMMIIMtlllMllltllillMllia .
=" :Mr. J. II. White, one of Jackson- IMIItllli ,
Cook ville's leading business men, was ,
\il(I among the welcome business trans-

the Cook 1 f __ ,_ actors Orlando looking yesterday.after business mattersin Mew Fisk Prices

Getting dinner ready _
in July is just as com- i Mr. Beverly Peacock who is en-
At New Low Prices
gaged in the fruit business at Miami,
fortable as in November arrived in Orlando yesterday from the

-if you use a Magic Cy.: to see Dr. P. Phillips, Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
FLORENCE OIL Orange county's citrus king.

Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid
COOK STOVE. Casing Tubes
"The Turning Point in Oil Stwe History Mr. and :Mrs. Elmer Swift, who
have 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
The !hcrt goes i into the FLORENCE months been with spending Mr. and the Mrs.past F.four L. 30 x 3V2 ________$11-60 12.20 2.70

cooking, not into:: the Helms, at 208 Lake street, left yesterday 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85 .

kitchen. It does your Oil Cook Stoves for their home in Nashville, 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

work well and reliably, "Look for the Lever" :Mich. 36 X 4i/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

,. and keeps you com- - :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Palin, of Grand 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan Rapids, :Mich., who have been spend I If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. 7
ing several weeks in Orlando, were
a coal stove.
among yesterday those for taking their their home departure in the We Have Service Station. All
You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor a
merely simmering flame.

Come in and let us show you how these Florence Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McGary, who : Adjustments Made Here.
have been spending the winter in Or
Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable. lando, left yesterday for their homein =-- .

No Wicks to burn o; t. No Valves to leak. Once Indiana. Mr. McGary is superin

started, each burner will keep going at the same tendent of the Princeton Sheet Metal '
Works. i San Juan Garage Company j
power until you turn i* out.PERFECTLY.

:Mr. Carl Rushell, who for the past

SAFE winter season has attended the Or 111111111111'1'1111111"'IIIIIIIIIIIIII : : llt.r. . f 1 .
lando high school, left yesterday for /
Read adv. in Saturday Evening Post. his home in Emporium, Pa., where he -- ----- -- -- .t.

will graduate at the close of the pres r i.
See it operating in our window. ent term. r, -

Mrs. L. A. Greenwood and daughter
Oscar Hand & Son Miss Grace, and Mrs. C. M. Law-
son, who have been spending the past
three months in Orlando, guests at
WEST PINE ST. the Lakeview, left yesterday after .
noon for their home in New York.

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Crooks, who
have been visiting their parents, DIr
and Mrs. Thomas Crooks, at their
HAPPY home on East Central avenue, have SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE ; +;, ;; ',
returned to their home in Toronto, I
r INVESTMENTS, in the long run are '
stopping over at Philadelphia + ,
t ; .r
en route, for a day or two. placed where earning power combines with r y ,.; -
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Let 1\1\ r. and 1\1\ rf:. J. J. Chester and
a welcome gem-set ring say "Happy Easter" for .
," you this coming glad season. Delight a dear parent, a grandson, Byron, who have been That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING i y '
big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or spending the winter at their pretty /
f", friend. home 112 East South street, are mak-I 7
ing their preparations to depart for I
There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than the North on account of the illness of j OF FLORIDA. r-
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts their 4 cent Accounts.
son.Ir. S. B. Chester, who was per paid on Saving = -:
lack. s o taE a' I Ir
'Y operated on some days ago in Wheeling = -
[ And, let the ring you give be an unusual ring-one W. Ya., and is not recuperatingas .,y i
, that is guaranteed to endure through a life of constant fast as it was thought he would. 7
wear.I They expected to remain here until l ;I I
l P t
some time in June before going to I' I

Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry Pennsylvania. I! i r !I

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I make a specialty in fine watch '
f T. H. EVANS repairing{, All grades* American,
Swiss, English watches: also Jewelry : 14 "
c and Spectacle, expert in this I Consultation Incurs No Obligationr ..!1

E JEWELER line. All repairs guarauteed.Opp. I !

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