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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 9, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME



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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915. NUMBER 47.

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:: ASSASSINATION OF SULTAN FAILURE ;





: RUSSIANS SWARMING INTO HUNGARY.


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99 BILLS 1 INTRODUCED IN ATTEMPT SULTAN A TO FAILURE OF ASSASSINATE EGYPT IS I II MOST OF CAMPAIGN DECISIVE HUNGARY STRUGGLE DUE IN I BOTH" MEXICAN[ fACTIONS F


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HOSTILE EGYPTIAN FIRES AT HIM NOT LIKE POlAND AND FLANDERS t

'. SENATE; 1361N "HOUSE ALL But Bullet Failed _to Take Effect 1 Impossible for Outcome to End I INTERPOSE[ !JCIIiSTOINGINILS[



RECORDS[ AR[ SHATTEREDRESOLUTION [ [ -Other War Statement Zone-Berlin News From the I I in lock-Great an Russians Entrenched Menace Mass Dead-of NUrRT A S.



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r Cairo April 8.-An attempt to as- I Petrograd Aprli 8.-By the bring- ,1 -
FOR STATEWIDE sassinate the Sultan was made this ing of strong forces along the southern FORMER PRESIDENT MEXICO -
CORRECTIONS OF RATESBulletin
LAYS25WRICKADAYExpert afternoon and failed.A I forks of the Beskid mountains the
PROHIBITION RE- EXPECTED AT N. Y.
young Egyptian fired at him. I Russians converted the operations of
.. PORTED FAVORABLY The bullet failed to take effect. separate columns invading Hungaryinto SATURDAY
Road Issued by the Florida
Conway Lays
on The present Sultan of Egypt, a general battle line which is now
'Great Quantiy of Bricks Prince Hussein, was placed on the developing across a broad front. Growers' and Shippers'
TWENTY-NINE BILLS TO REGULATE OBREGON HAS SLAUGHTERED VILLA
Per Day-Takes Twoor throne by the English on December Great masses of infantry are press- League From Headquarters
Three Helpers 18, last the former Sultan having ing slowly forward into the Hunga- at OrlandoThe
INSURANCECOMPANIES FORCES IS REPORT
been deposed because of his proGerman rian valley. The present battle line

Conway Fla., April 8.-The new sympathies. which extends nearly 100 miles prac- headquarters of the Florida
Another Bill Provides for State brick road has been creating no little Sultan Hussein in everything except tically due east and west should Growers' and Shippers' League at Such Is Report From Distracted
excitement for the past two weeks birth is more an Englishmanthan prove the most decisive struggle of Orlando announces further correc-
Fire l\larshal-'Vest Appointed and the ceremony of laying the first a Turk. the campaign so far since it is impos- tions of rates in several of the tariffsof Country-U. S. Sees No

Judge First brick was very interesting. At the He was-educated in England and is sible for it to end in the entrenched the railroads as shown below. Objection to Huerta
Judicial Circuit present rate of progress the road will in full sympathy with the English an- deadlock like the battles in Poland Numerous errors of this character are Visit

be completed and turned over to the nexation of Egypt. and Flanders. developing and the League is busily I

By Claud F. Johnson I public in a few weeks. They have an engaged in getting them straightenedout .' Washington April .-The prospective -
expert at paving who lays twenty-five Berlin Statement Russians Have Great Force in the as -well as having other rates
Tallahassee Fla.. April .-(Special landing in the United States
thousand brick per day. This seems Berlin wireless to London April 8. Carpathians changed so as to bear proper relation
to the Sentinel.)-Both houses broke incredible but he has helpers on each -The German army headquarters an- Copenhagen April 8.-A message with those to adjacent territories. of former President Huerta of Mexico -
all records for a third day session nounced tonight that all the French from Vienna states that the Russians the failure of the plan to neutralize -
hand.We
when ninety-nine bills were intro- are highly privileged and hon- attacks had broken down with heavy have a great force in the Carpathians, Rates on Citrus Fruit and Pineapples I Mexico City, and the report from

duced in the senate and one hundred ored in getting the first brick road. losses to the enemy. but it is too early yet to speak of the to ArkansasThe Carranza sources that Villa has been
When the road from Pine Castle to Hostile aircraft from Paris it was results. League in checking rates on defeated with great slaughter by Ob-
and thirty-six in the house.A .
Conway store is hard surfaced we announced had been forced to de- According to a Berlin report the :traffic from the F. E. C. railway recently regon occupied the full attention of
.joint resolution providing for will have an ideal driveway throughthe scend in the vicinity of Bethel.On Austrian army has made at Cisna 30 discovered that that road pub- the state department today.
state wide prohibition was this afternoon beautiful islands and peninsula of the eastern front there is noth- miles northwest of the Uszok pass, a lished rate to Texarkana Arkansas, One of the factions in Mexico and

reported favorably by the Lake Conway, with its charming and ing of importance to report. strong effort to force a way throughthe 48 cents per box in excess of what probably both have interposed objec-
joint committee on temperance and picturesque scenery sparkling waters, Russian front but failed abso- same should be; also 2 cents per box tions to the state department to any
will be presented for action Friday rich foliage and blue skies. Payment for Frye lutely and had to beat a speedy re- in excess of what the rate should be stay of Huerta in the United Strtes.

morning. Washington AprilThe German treat. to Newport, Arkansas. Correctionsin He is expected to arrive in New York
Twenty-nine bills introduced were 31276 GERMAN OFFICERS LOST answer to the American note present- both instances have been made and Saturday.The .
measures to regulate and control the AND 5,877 BRITISH ing claim for the destruction of the Turkey Wars of Free Will take effect April 23. department officials say that

conduct of insurance companies.One William P. Frye was made public this Rome April 8.-Carrasso Effendi, Rate on Tomatoes to Harrisburg, Pa. at present they see no objection to
provides for an office of state London.-An announcement by the evening by the state department. deputy for the city of Constantinople Effective April 23, rate on tomatoes the visit of Huerta. It is pointed out
fire marshal. French press bureau today and for- While the action of Captain Thie- and Midhat Chuerry Bey general also vegetables n. o. s., car loads that no crime has been alleged against
Powers will be vested in the state warded here gave out figures com- richens in sinking the Frye is justi- secretary of the committee of union to Harrisburg Pa., when originatingat him and as a matter of fact when he
insurance commissioner to remove piled from different official German fied by the German government, Herr and progress, have arrived at Rome.It F. E. C. stations will be reduced was about to leave Vera Crui he offered -
agents for irregularities in their lists of losses of German officers. von Jagow, the German minister of is rumored that these prominent 6 cents per package which is equiva- courtesies to an American bat-
transactions in Florida. The grand total of officers of the foreign affairs tells the United Young Turk leaders are charged with lent to $24 per car. The League tleship.
Attorney General Thos. F. West German army at the beginning of the States that the American owners of the opening of negotiations for peace. I called the attention of the F. E. C. Private opinion of important offi-
was appointed judge of the first judi- I I war, including men in the active service the ship's cargo will receive compen- When interviewed today they de- railway to the fact that it has been cials of the department is that the
cial circuit and confirmed by the sen- reserve and landwehr says the sation for its loss, "even if the prize nied that Turkey is now dominated by publishing the higher rate for a long plan of the United States for a neu-
ate today. press bureau was 52,805 out of court declares the cargo to have been Germany and said that Turkey de- time and has just received supplement tralization of Mexico City has been
Mr. West previously refused the which up to March 15, 9,925 have contraband" because the Prussian- cided to go to war of her own free to the tariff providing for the above finally rejected by both sides. Douglas -
appointment but the pressure of been killed and 21,351 have been American treaties of 1799 and 1828 reduction.F. the legal adviser of Carranza at
friends caused him to reconsider. His wounded or missing. This makes the provide that contraband goods be- will.They added that even if the central Washington had a long conference

resignation will be presented Friday total losses 31,276. Of a total num- longing to citizens of either nation empires are defeated it will be impos- HOPKINSON SMITH, ARTIST today with Bryan, who, however only
when he leaves for Pensacola to as- ber of 480 generals in times of peace, "can not be confiscated by the other sible to bring about a partition of AND AUTHOR DIES AT admitted the discussion was "on lex-
sume the duties of office. 43 have been killed and 57 are wounded nation in any case but only detained Turkey. AGE OF 77 ico."
O. K. Reaves of Bradentown was or missing.A or used in consideration that paymentbe It was learned that the question ofIfuerta's
appointed by Gov. Trammell to suc- British officer's casualty list up made to the full value of same." Damage by Austrian Aviators New York April 8.-F. Hopkinson coming to the United States
ceed :Mr. West and has accepted. to March 23 shows that since the be- Paris April .-Twelve women and Smith author and artist died last and the neutralization of Mexico City

ginning of the war, 1,844 officers have FINDS -DRY" NAVY POPULAR children were killed and forty-eight night at his home here at the age was discussed. Villa and Carranzaare
QUEEN QUITS SWEDEN TO LIVE been killed and 3,301 wounded while others injured by bombs dropped by of 77. waiting to adopt the suggestionof
IN GERMANY 732 have been reported missing. Thisis The genius of Francis Hopkinson Great Britain
Washington, D. C.-Secretary Dan- Austrian aviators in the market placeat that the railroad
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a total of 5,877. iels was asked as to the effect of his Podgoritza :Montenegro yesterday Smith manifested itself in many from Mexico City to Vera Cruz should
London.-Queen Victoria of Sweden I order abolishing liquors in the offi- afternoon according to a Cettinje dis- branches of activity. His reputationas ,be kept open at all times.
will start for Germany next week according an artist was only second to that
5,950,000 MEN LOST; $8,400,000,000 cers' messes, the navy "dry" law hav- patch to the Havas Agency. Many I Special Agent Silliman telegraphed
to a Copenhagen dispatch to SPENT BY NATIONS AT WAR ing been in effect about a year. buildings were destroyed by the missiles of an author while as a practical en- I the department today that Carranzahad
the Exchange Telegraph company. gineer he won high standing.
"All I care to say," replied Secre- seven of which were dropped made a statement yesterday an-
She will reside with her mother at via Sixteen years after his birth in Bal- nouncing the defeat of the Villistas
Rome Paris April 8.-The nations tary Daniels "is that the results have from the aeroplane.
Karlsruhe.The at war have lost 5,950,000 men been most encouraging. The order timore in 1838 Smith left school and by Obregon at Celaya after thirty

in the first eight months of the con- has grown in popularity. It has beena THE WEATHER went to work first as a shipping clerk hours of fighting.We .
queen of Sweden who was and afterwards in a metal industry.
flict and
in the
spent $8,400,000,000 good thing for the navy as a whole,
Princess Victoria is the daughter of first six months according to figures and has had a beneficial effect bothon Florida: Generally fair Friday and Subsequently he studied mechanical have the best in the Columbia
the grand duke and grand duchess of engineering and built Atlantic Grafonola.
prepared for the Avanti a Socialist I officers and enlisted men." Saturday. many Catalogues of all music
Baden. organ, by its military expert. I coast sea walls. The foundation for records issues. Curtis & O'Neal.LEAVESESWEOFraOO.
The rrticle declares the the Statue of Liberty was his work.
resultof
the var will be a reciprocal only j"Izzy Buttin" Says It Isn't Right
CAPT. SIMS HEREHis wear-I
UbUtt, ing out cf the forces engaged NAVY TO STUDY FLYING ( $

a in.'.ilary victory. It is calculatedthat For Editors To Work SundayMr. ----
nine! or ten months more will exhaust Washington D. C.-Secretary Dan-
Son His Dau hter'in.Law. the reserves of men and that iels announced today that the arm- Late Carl Doerler, BrotherinLaw -
and His Grandson Are the which ored cruiser North Carolina in of Charles
will short
country suffer least i I a Rock
I Editor:-You aint heard from !; little folks. We git mighty careless I
All 111 at a LocalSanitarium from this exhaustion will be Russia. I time would return from the eastern Leaves Considerable
I
I like, throwin and wrappins
me in a coon's age, but I been right a papers
j down so's they'll blow around and liti Mediterranean and go to Pensacola as EstateMr.
I here a readin of good I
your paper the aviation ship. The aeronautic
GERMANS SUFFER DEFEAT IN
i ter up the parkways and walks anddon't
The Sentinel received a pleasantvisit AFRICAN POSSESSIONS I every mornin six mornins inthe keep a thinkin, now that looks school for th navy will begin there Ralph Yearby returned to Or-
yesterday from Capt. B.1.. week and how I do miss seein it a just as bad as it would to throw June 1. A number of American sky lando Wednesday night from Tarpon

Sims, one of Ocoee's stalwart citizens, Cape Town.-Troops of the Unionof lyin on the walk on Monday you (i things around the floor in the house.I pilots are abroad, getting the benefitof Springs where he had been since the
and Orange county's honored sons. South Africa have occupied Warm- I just cant tell, but I says to my man, been a goin to ask Prof. Coleman to observations in Europe. first of the week returning again last
He was in the city to look after the bad a town in German Southwest i I says it wouldn't be right for them talk to the school children about Secretaries Daniels and Garrisonand evening to assist Mr. Chas. Rock who
welfare of his son, Dr. O. F. Sims, Africa twenty miles north of the Orange editors to work all day Sunday, leastways throwin paper bags and wax paper Secretary ',Walcott of the Smithsonian had been called there to look after the
who is in one of the local hospitalsfor river without opposition, it was I I wouldn't want em to. I been and sandwich wrappers along the have arranged for a meeting affairs of his brother-in-law Mr. Carl
treatment. Mrs. Sims his daugh- 'stated officially here today. I a ridin out in my automobile a lookin I sidewalk, and tell em how dreatfulbad here April 22 of the recently named Doerler who was killed in that city
ter-in-law is also ill in the same hospital 'I Fresh attacks by German forces I at them commission on aeronautics.This .
bloomin
pretty roses a so it looks. Fact is I have to pickem recently. Mr. Yearby expects to be
and his grandson George against the Belgian Congo have been I nice and I felt awful mad to think as I up in my yard every mornin seein will be its first gathering and absent from the city for the next ten
Brown, is in the same institution con- I repulsed j according to a report made : how somebody keeps a pickin em and as how I want to keep everything $5,000 has been appropriated by con-
valescing from an operation. The :; by the deputy governor general of !not even leavin the buds-I mean to I neat and tasty looking. I pick up a gress for a scientific investigation of days.Mr.. Doerler was a man of consider-
captain reports things as holding i Katanga. An assault made on Mount |i give somebody a piece of my mind if I handful of papers every day after aeronautics. able means so far as this wrld's
their own in his section. His many Hebu north of Lake Kivu was driven :,,1 catch em spoilin them flowers in the them little folks and this oughtn't to goods are concerned, and last spring
friends were very much pleased to see back with heavy losses to the Germans -I parks. It looks like we would get to 1 be. Them children needs educatin in LOST $1,500 BET ON JOHNSON; made his will which has gone to the ]
him looking so well. j who were pursued into their be such a big city as to need a policea more ways than one. There is things KILLED WINNER AND SELF probate judge in Pinellas county. The ;
![own territory. I watchin the parks. This here planof they'd oughter be taught besides book Toledo O.-Harry Carnes, a Lima estate is estimated to be somewherein :I
CONGRESSMAN SEARS WAS IN I Mrs. Beacham's to give prizes toI learning aint there, Mr. Editor? auto dealer today shot and killed the neighborhood of seventy thou- : I
ORLANDO The quickest surest way to find i I the children for cleanin up the streets What do you think about it? Well, Harry Baker. Carnes then committed sand dollars which is to be eqnally 'f i
Congressman W. J. Sears of Kis- help or work or almost anything that just hits me right and I says to my no more at this writin from yours suicide. He had lost a bet of $1,500on divided between his brother, Mr. 'I I
simmee spent several hours in Or- I you may desire is by advertising in !man, I says that's the right way to I truly, I the Willard-Johnson fight to Baker, Frank Doerler, and the heirs of his t

lando yesterday on business. the Sentinel. 1 get things done by a educatin of the IZZY BUTTIN. which caused the quarrel. I I sister, the late Mrs. Chas. Rock. !!

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Newsy Briefs as, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barklow, Mrs.J. I
A Fine Sweet Pipe H. Keuster, C. A. Tompkins, J. F. II

i. for you is the Wellington., With it,you can be sure From OaklandOakland among Harrington our,representatives and A. Hanselman in Orlando were I SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS :

; of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't have the Tuesday.We .
slightest trouble keeping Wellington dean and Fla., April .-Miss Cor- read in the papers that spring I
tractable. Saliva can't get to the fire to boil and nelia Crawford came over from Winter has "came," but where is it? Winter Garden and Field Seed t
splutter. / Park Friday to visit her aunt, seems to do a pile of lingering. If
Mrs. C. B. Collier, before returning to "Old Sol" expects us to raise pumpkins -
7t her home in Minnesota.Mr. and watermelons this year he -.1..

and Mrs. Ward Wood returnedto must get busy.

: Chicago this week after making an Golden Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc.
extended visit to the Mather-Smiths. Duke, RevivalistDr.
Hickory King Corn, quart J ____________lOc "'
Mrs. Hamilton Smith has not been Duke, a prominent Baptist min- ---- -------

; is made on the correct pipe principle. It wont able tol eave her room since Wednes- ister of Tampa, is holding very largely Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart _________________15c.

: foul and it can't dog. Come on in and pick the day of last week. We will be glad attended revival services in his Country Gentleman Corn, quart __________________15c
; shape you like best-every one a master-pipe. when we can see her about again. church. Dr. Duke has a large respon- White Dent Corn, quart lOc
25c. 35c. 50c up. Rev. L. II. Query has been suffering sibility on his shoulders in counteracting I Hasting Prolific Corn, quart-----======-======--====_25cA
Made In with a severe attack of pleurisy, in some degree the evil influenceof
Look them over at the and I Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc
AmericaGOOD was not able to conduct the services the cigarette habit which has been
of the church Sunday. We hopeto fostered so extensively by the effortsof I Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c, 3 quarts $1.00

r. hear of a speedy recovery. his namesakes who reside and do Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00.
AND BAD CIGAR STORE Several of our people attended business in Durham, N. C. I Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

church in Orlando on Easter Sunday.The Lima Beans, quart ______________________________30c
: -- --- teachers of the intermediateand HARD FOR HIM U UcCIDE.
; G. Pod Beans 35c. 3
juvenile' grades of the Union Burpees Stringless quart, quarts $1

OUR MOTTO : Sunday school gave their pupils an Both Propositions Seemed to Be In the Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. __________________65c,.

Easter egg hunt on Saturday after- Same Class. Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. --_________________60c
Small Profits and Quick Returns.' noon in the woods near the church. \VbeuVilli.ini A. Garrett was general Tom Watson Melon Seed, Ib. ______________________75c
manager of the IVr Marquette
Fifty-six children were present. They railroad Lie had an II aversion to smoking Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c
Have seen them? Our feeds. Have got them? were quite successful in finding the
you you lie therefore issued iy\ order that Black Eye Peas ___________________________quart, 18c
Our prices. The former will please the latter will eggs. They were all placed in a large '
you; employee smoking while on duty
basket, each persons was blindfoldedand any Whipporwill Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 25c
would dixeb.irjred This of
surprise you. EVERYDAY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY story
drew two eggs. Refreshments of what then b.ii i>eued was told by William I
HERE. cake and orange ade were served. II, OuinifT. head of the Nickel
Every one seemed to have a happy 'late[ railroad StoreJ.
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. Garrett was walking/ brutish one of City Drug

L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 time.Mr.. and Mrs. Kearns, of Chicago, he: l'UmpauY'8| freight yards one day
Dot long after the issuing of his anti-
I arrived this week to be the guests of smoke order and sac a freight; brakeman L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA. i
the Mather-Smiths for a month. :Mr. contentedly puffin; at a ctirar.
F Kearns is a business associate of Mr. "I see joifre timokin ." remarked
Our New"Eola" Letter FileIs Smith in the firm of Bradner, Smith Garrett.
& Company.Mrs. "Yes. you're exactly ripht" replied
the brakeman In deferential
: tones.
: L. K. Tuttle, of New York
proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart-
city, niece of Mrs. C. C. Collier
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually ar-
rived Monday to spend some time at JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young the Collier home.
lady can open them with perfect ease.
Miss Dewey Vick novel and
These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for gave a -
interesting dinner 1 All I
on April ,
35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter
''ools day, to several ,
I
files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the young people.
name. After the dining the guests left the Y.

table very hungry, for though hte 1 r My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen .
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menu which lay before them filled
\v. S. BRANCH was its schedule but leaves the
at
with tempting dishes, the selections months has not changed ", .

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE made did not prove satisfying. The same time it always has.
string beans were limas on strings.
The green peas were the letter P cut _// ,1Iu 1I- TIME TABLE j

from green paper. The corn, corn on ,
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the cob. Scalloped potatoes, slices of Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans TheJeweler.WEST .
raw potatoes with notched edges.
CAREY HAND Dates, important events in history.The \
guests were not to be daunted, BOUND EAST BOUD
Read Down Read Up
however, and entered with great spirit -

; FUNERAL DIRECTOR in the games provided by the hos- A.l\1.IA.l\1. P.M. 'A.M. P. l\t.IP. rl.
tess. They were surprised by being

} AND EMBALMER again invited to the dining room Orlando 6:30';IoI5 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00

where they partook of a splendid din- v a Ocoee 7:30h 1.15 4:00: 8.3C 12.30 5.00
ner. Laughter and fun prevailed
throughout the entire party. Those Winter Garden 7:45II, \ :30 4:30 8.t 5 12.15 4.45

; All calls answered Promptly Day present were Misses Henschen, Speer, "I SEE YOU'RE! SMOKING." Oakland 8:0014:3: 8.00 -- 4.30

t Lily and Moody Brock, Mr. and Mrs. "I'm smoking." And he kept right on
or Night. Hand Block. Will Shupe, Messrs. Henschen, Shupe, smoking.
l Connell, Hewitt and Brock. "You probably don't know who I
am" observed Garrett. The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
t Orlando Florida. "Oh. yes. I do." said the brakeman.
Saturday and Monday $2.00 and
"I've around here before.
seen
you Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa
I $3.00 Straw Hats will sell for $1.00 ,
You're the general manager.
k L PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457. at H. Kanner's Easter Sale which "Then evidently you haven't heard
L Lt continues until April 20. about our new order against smoke J. W. HURLEY
LE l ing." went on Garrett. .
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"Sure. I beard about It-a week ago." I I MANAGER
.fi i. Personal Items replied the brakeman courteously and
without ceasing to puff at his cigar. I'I
From Taft, Fla.Taft Garrett then began to be angry. "See
here my good man" said be "which
looks the best to you that cigar or
t OFFER FOR ONE WEEK Fla., April 7.-Mr.: and Mrs.J. your Job?" ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
H. Tice 'left for their summer homein For some moments the brakeman
New Jersey, and Miss Alice M. stared off into space puffing slowly at ,
his smoke and apparently thinking the
Some Attractive Priceson Bowen for Ohio, last Thursday. Every proposition over. Then he declared: I
day'll be Sunday by and bye, but "I hardly know what to say. Mr.Garretttbev're SHEET METAL CO.
they will be back with the birds. both so rotteor'iew70rk I

Property on Frances Nelson, Minnie Riley, Mrs. So*.
Keuster, Frank Martin, and C. Avery Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
All round ,
k were looking for bargains in Orlando money .tters-want ads. ,
Thursday. and Rubber Roofings !
PHONE 646
LAKE LUCERNE
Interesting Easter services were

held at the chapel last Sunday. Splen- For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Cornices, Skylights .Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings
did singing by the choir and by the
children, recitations by the children ,FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
The of Orlando
Beauty Spot ORLANDO
5
Church St. -
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and older people, and all carried home BARNARD & SON Works:
F Easter eggs and gladness. Much
f, credit is due to Mrs. Minnie Riley 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
and others for the splendid drillingof 12-10-lm
i; the little tots, so that everything
C. A. HOVEYHammond -
passed off without a break.
The home made food sale by the
Ladies' Aid Society last Saturdaywas
well patronized and a nice sum Pure Ice ream

realized, which was presented to the
pastor Rev. R. J. Brewer, as an Eas-

.-. ter offering.Mrs. .
W. D. Burkham and son, Ar- I
thur, of Kissimmee, are visiting with I When you want PURE ICE For Party
Mr. and Mrs. R. Safford for a few I CREAM call for HAND'S. If

& Gore days.R. i you don't believe that we take Club
Safford and wife
were transact- j
the greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from
ing business in Kissimmee last Fri-' I Church Social
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LMDALMERS/ I facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All !

day.Mr.. and Mrs. Geo. Dennison wentto I make it. You will be surprised School Social '
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Kissimmee Monday for a few days at the care every detail is given. cans, moulds and everythingused
visit with relatives. Several from I in the manufacture of our Lodge
Any kind you want, any time
COMPARE, here, including' J. H. Estes and wife, Ice Cream is thoroughly steril .
Mrs. Helen Dennis, Mrs. A. J. Rich- !I you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder

OUR FURNITUREWe I ardson, and others, took the train this from a quart up. ized.

morning to attend the department en- j You are cordially invited to Hands Pure
provide the quality ofLfurniture-that has long campment of the G. A. R. at Jack- inspect our factory at any i
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the sonville. I Ice Cream
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It I W. II. Phillips went to St. Cloud ; time.
wouldn't here were it otberw se. We ca 't make I Monday.H. i
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof B. Leake, insurance agent of Or-
this business, and that means much to any buyer. lando, was looking ater business in

Taft Monday.Mrs. HANDS ICE CREAM CO. I
Smith, of Kissimmee, and Mr
& DAVIS BLOCK
McNEILL I Fisher, of Jersey Shore, Pa, visited

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando. Ha. 'with Mr. and Mrs. John Hill on Mon W. Jefferson Street

L .- J I'day.. They leave for the North today PHONE 566

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300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Rogers Rayborn Fergus D. B.,R Grocery.& Rogers. ANSWERS TRADE TO CONTEST THE BOARDOF

". Rush, Gray, Ford dealer. -
"BE A SELF STARTER-DOXT Rogers. W. '''., San Juan Garage. Considerable interest has been
Rex Walter W., Dickson-Ives Co. i| aroused in the contest conducted by
WAIT TO BE CRANKED"JOIN W. II. Reynolds, retired. I the Sentinel to increase the membership GREAT SLAUGHTERiMNTt
THE BOARD OF Robinson, C. B-. lawjer. in the Board of Trade. Several
TRADE NOW Robinson, B. 1\1., county clerk. I answers have been receivedmoreare
Reese, J. H, Reporter-Star. desired. Sit down today and sendin
Rose, \\'. \"., real estate. your efforts. The contest will close
MEMBERS PAID, 1915A Robinson, O. S.. traveling man. April 15 and prizes will be awarded.
Robertson W. H.. retired.S The following prizes will be given.
Ange, J. F.. contractor.: Here is the list:
Anderson, F. L., grocer. Sallas, S. F., plumber. For the best fifty word article on
Starbuck, V. S.. lawyer. "Why you should join the Orlando
Baxter F. E, real estate.
. B Smith. II. A., Orlando Pharmacy.Self Board of Trade" W. S. Branch, bookstore SALE
Beck: A. L.. Beck: Lumber Co. H. M.. meat market. $5 piece of statuary "Esmer- :
Blankner. F. L. Smith, M. M., real estate. alda." Address all letters to "Join,"
Bossier Dr. H. J.. dentist. Soloman Ben dry goods. I The Sentinel. .1
Beardall Dr. HaL physician. Stalberg H-, dry goods. For the best fifty word article on
Brannon T. C, S. A. L. conductor.: Sligh, S. J.. orange grower. "The best way for the Orlando Boardof
J. D. Barnes, Yowell-Duckworth. Smith, W. H., chief police. Trade to advertise Orlando" Joe
Dr. R. P. Buckmaster osteopath. Sperry, E. F., mayor. Cheney O. W. and L. Co., $5 worthof
Nat Burman, gents' furnishings. Schnaar. Jno, insecticide mfg. gas. Address all letters to "Best
Bumby, Joe, hardware. Strong Claud E. Phillips Mfg. Co. Way" The Sentinel.
Butt, Arthur, tax assesosr. Steinspring, H. W., wholesale groc.T For the best Orlando Board of
Brokaw, \". I!., nurseryman. Trade slogan, DeWitt Miller, of the
Beeman, IL, San Juan hoteL Turner, J. IL, mgr. citrus exchange. Wyoming hotel, $5 in gold. Addressall
Branch: \". S.. book store. Tilden. W. L., lawyer. letters to "Slogan" The Sentinel.
Berry, Bert, auto repairs. Topliff, C. IL, restaurant. For the best fifty word article on
Brown, T. O., men's clothing. Terry, F. J., monument works. "How the women of Orlando can as-
Bradshaw, J. N., insurance.: Townsend C. S., contractor.: sist the Board of Trade," Marion Ives,
Branham, L. G., S. A. L. frt. agt. Tenney, Lloyd S., Mgr. Fla. Grow- of the Dickson-Ives Co., a $5 costume.
Beardall. Wnu, lawyer. ers' and Shippers' League. Address all letters to "Women" The
Barker, Geo. A., painter. Thornton James I., retired. Sentinel.For .
Burden Jas. N.. Butt's Candy Kit. Tucker J. IL, county treasurer. the best fifty word article on :
Beggs, James D.. real estate. Vivian. H. A. dairy.W "Why the Board of Trade is Orlando'smost "
and valuable asset, The
Bumby. A. W., Bumby Hdw. Co- potent
Butt, E. W., Butt's Candy Kitchen. Wieninga, B. D., veterinary surg'n. Sentinel. one year's daily subscription. "-
Brown C. G., Yowell-Duckw'h: Co. Woodbury, R. c.. wholesale grocery. Address all letters to "Why
Beeman Edwin San Juan hoteLC Warlow, Judge T. P., county judge. The SentineLSERBIA
Way, S. Y., insurance.
Catechis: D. S., restaurant. Waring R. D., real estate. WILL GET AN OUTLETTO
Cheney, J. Y., O. W.& L. Co. Woodruff, Seth stockman. ADRIATIC: MUST
Christ, Dr. C. D, physician. Watson, W. P. S. A. L. engineer. NOT FORTIFY
Curtis & O'Neal book store. Whitman. Dr. A. R. dentist. J I i
Caruthers & Gore, grocers. Wright, Whitney cigar store. Paris April 7.-Italy and Serbiaare .AT
. Cheney Donald, O. W. & L. Co. Weathersbee, Allen S., transfer co.: about to conclude an agreement,
Chadwick. C. D.. real estate. Wilmott, J. W., Tremont hoteLY says the Excelsior's Rome correspondent -
Cheney, J. M, O. W. and L. Co. on the following basis:
Cohoon Robt., canning: factory. Yancey, T. A., meat market.N. Italy will not oppose Serbia's occu-
Curry, W. K, Curry & Smith Cigar P. Yowell Yowell-Duckworth. pation of territory giving her an out.
Factory. Yearby, J. R. YowellDuckworth.New let to the Adriaic on condition that
D this territory eb not fortified. The
THE BIG
Dean Jas. L druggist. question of Triest and Istria has not STORE
Goods for H.
arriving daily
Daetwyler It-, real estate. even been discussed the allies having
Dann, II. Carl, real estate. Kanner's Easter Sale which continues recognized the Italian character of
Davis, W. M., stock raiser. until April 20. those localities.
Davis, G. II.. wholesale grocer. "TT this agreement is signed this ,
Dickson, Harry, Dickson-Ives Co. week as expected," the correspondentsays
Dickinson C. 1% lawyer. The Ladies' Aid Society of the First "the entry'of Italy into the war
Baptist church will hold a sale of be considered imminent." -
Dickson-Ives, department store. may
cooked food each and Satur-
Dolive, S. G., real estate. Friday
Dow C. I'., Peoples National Bank. day of this month at Caruthers & H. Kanner's Easter Sale continues rQfMany
Gore's grocery store on East Pine
0: Davis, E. Wlawyer..
street. 4-8-3tc .until April 20. Don't miss it.
Dale. Fred B.. real estate. .
. E. G. Duckworth, Yowell-Duckw'th. ---
Duke, Buford Duke HalL
Dolive, Louis insurance and realty.E .

II. Evans, jeweler.E SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ([ wonderful bargains mark the clos-

Estes, V. \"., druggist. Solid through electric-lighted train. Coaches
Edwards, Dr. G. II., physician. I drawing-room and observation sleeping of sale.
Eaton W. II.. Orange grower. The cars. Dining cars serve all meals The ing our great challenge

Essington, W. C, The SentineL Dixie en .route, including I suPfa.te.t South
Limited,
Empie, Jno. F., Spot Cash Grocery.F leaving Jacksonville AtlanticLimited
and fineti tram of comfort leaves Here will find the most gigantic collection -
Ferris, Josiah SentineL traia to Northwest: Jacksonville daily at you
Fishback D. E., irrigating plants. only through one leaving 8:15p.m.amvesCmcin-
Francisco Nick fruit stand. Jacksonville in forenoon for nati and Louisville next of remnants of all kinds of mer-
Feinberg J. L*, clothing. Chicago and St. Louis. ea evening. Through all-steel 1
Father M. Fox. Catholic church. Montgomery Route Es-
Fiezl, A. A.. Orlando Roof & Sheet cars for Indianapolis, to
to St. Louis
Metal Co. choice press of routes. Dixie gives Dayton. Columbus and chandise which has accumulated duringour
Fort L. B.. San Juan Garage. Cleveland. Prompt
Field, A. R.. Field & Co. Flyer to Chicago T Solid trains, steel can. connections other
Fuller. A. Y.. Palms Auto Co. b famous r dining service,every convenience central and big sale. Bleached and Brown Mus-
Forage, Naif, grocery.G all-year B' Write wire or 'pboo us. We will Westcrncities
G train work out your schedule,secure your tickets. B
make reservations and save you time and trouble "**- Per-
E. Graham retired. lin Apron Ginghams Dress Ginghams .
Goodrich C. W. abstractor. 0 H. C BRETNET. FlorUa Passenger Agent, ,

Gore. Mahlon, retired. L.&M R.R.. 134 West Bty St. (Dell Than 167)) Jacksonrffle.Fit.
Griffin. S. S., real estate. cales Lawns in White and Crepes
Gordon. Frank sheriff. Direct and diverse routes to the California Expositions Write for details. SNr Fancy, ,
Glenn, W. M., The SentineL
Giles, Jas. L.. real estate. Voiles Batiste Silks and Ribbonsin
George J. T., meat market. Organdy,
Guernsey, Jos. L.. hardware.

Giles.Green LeRoy Henry B.contractor., lawyer.H # lengths of one yd. to ten many good


Hardaway. S. D., Pure Food Groc'y.

Harper.Hart P.Dr.c.. W.meat 1\1.market.. osteopath. Dress Patterns in the lot and all marked at wonderfully -


Hand Holden.Jno E.,M.furniture., steam laundry. low prices. They must go as we need the room for
Hutton. L. P.. architect.:
Hartcorn, Albert IL, lawyer. other new goods so we have marked them far below
Helms, F. L*, Helms Hdw. Co. HY should Craig keep another's deadly secret ;in ,
Hand, Cary, undertaker. peril of his life when. he could have saved himself
UJ the low have been sale.
Hauselt. E. G.. Peoples Bank. it? prices we giving during our big
by telling
Howard C. BL, Orange Co. Citizen.
Hovey C. A., real estate. Overcome by the knowledge of horrible crimes

Howell laden A.Dr., orange J. CL, osteopath.ro""er.1I0"'e and swayed by a desire for the"peace which the world It's a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of
cannot give" would YOU"confess your sins"at a
S. W-, State Bank.
Holbrook, J. P.. Hupmobile. f religious meeting and sacrifice a beloved master? while it lasts. In order to secure space for our new

Band H. E., ice cream: mfg. See The Black Box, the greatest photoplayever

Herndon Hupple, ,AL.A.auto B., civil repairs.engineer.I staged. See what Craig Professor Ashleigh's summer merchandise all remnants must go. That's
servant, did.

M. B., Dickson-Ives I Co. L ..- In all your life you have never wit- why your dollars are bigger for the next few days

Jansen Jackson, Carl J. W.city. turpentine J clerk. operator. the nessed strangest anything mystery like The play Black ever Box pro-, than they will be again for many a day. They look

Johnson, C. EL, So. Fla. Foundry. duced. See it and you will reach the
Johnson, S. A., city: commissioner.K extreme limits of human emotionSee bigger to us and they'll buy more for you

it for the greatest acting the

Knox.Kanner James, 1I-, dry A-.goods.insurance. swiftest action the most wonderful We are determined that our store shall be absolutely clean and
scenes shown in the silent
Keys, E. S., A. C. L. frt. agt. ever
fresh with the We determined that if
Kent, A. G.. retired. drama. Arrange one night each new spring season. are
King, Murry S.. architect.L week and-
drastic will
startingly reduction accomplish our purpose, all the

Long. L. B. Helms Hdw. Co. See THE BLACK BOX The Photoplay Serial Supreme
Remnants in will find
Lawton' J. Boo printer. 15 Episodes one Q week our store new owners at once.

Laubach, P. F.. feed store.
Lartigue. Chas, insurance.Leu. ROOF GARDEN THEATRE
II. 1% Cain-O'Berry Boiler t

Works. M ROOF GARDEN TO-NIGHT .

Massey, L. c.. lawyer. ,
Merck N. J. druggist. '"
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Miller, J. O-, auto livery. I; (UNIYERSAE)
Magruder, J. B.. Empire hoteL FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW
Miller.: DeWitt Wyoming hoteL
McCullough, jGeo, departing store. I
McLean, \'". postmaster.. I
: W. IL, tax collector. Nestor Comedy Ford, Lyons Moran I
Martin ,
Mathews, Tom ''".. contractor.Jictwan. : Eclair Drama, 2 Reels, Nobart Myles, Edna -
Dr. J. S., phjsician. Payne. "THE MIX-UP MAXIMS" I j

McKay McElroy,Donald J. Merle.G. McElroy Phcy. Finley's' Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperSiore "SAVED BY TELEPHONE" I

Moore, J. I_, merchant.N .
Admission Free until 6.30
Imp Comedy Drama, Mary Pickford p.m.
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Nicholson. J. R, bakery. I
Newell. J. J.. Newell Electric: Co. Has always on hand a large and well selected WIFE Y'S FLING" Admission Nights 5c. and lOc.

Niles C. L. stock of Wall Papers. Grade Varnishes x
High
Norcross, Capt. P., retired. Paints, i iYowellDuckworth
O Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Orerstreet, M. O., banker, manuf'r.p .

Phillips. W. Paul laundry. CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND'PAPER HANGING Co. :1 k

Person Poulson., Dr.Rev.\\E.. C.T.. physician.Baptist church.: ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT I :

Payne, L. L. fertilizer and lumber.
Phillips T. W.. auto dealer.
FINLEY'S PIONEERHONE "
Peppercorn F. A., contractor.: Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It.
Porter, Dr. George, Physician. !
Patterson. J. CL, retired. 67 Corner Pine and Court
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DAILY I March came in like a lambwentout NEWS NOTES AND LETTERSThe .L

like a lion; then came the Ides of
South Florida SentinelMORNING
March; then St. Pat; then bad weather Sentinel invites its readers to

AND WEEKLY ; then April Fool's day; sublime contribute news notes and letters on
w. M. GLENN .....................EdlUr FOR SALE
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Business. Manager Easter; the flashing new champion- subjects of public interest. News I
Willard; the legislature opening; and notes either by telephone or mail are
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida
.
now-SPRING FEVER.A
especially desired. Letters designedfor
a* Second Claaa Mail Matter.
o publication must be indorsed with

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 15.00 New York town has started a the names and addresses of the writ- ..
a
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2-50 movement to transform its Carnegie ers. Anonymous communications will
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Daily. :3 Month ..... 1.25
Daily. 1 Month ....................... M library into a jail. It doubtless will not be considered. When the writerso
be severely criticized still each townis his will be
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... SLOP prefers name not pub- A new two-story
the best judge of what it needs lished. Letters should not exceed 500
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN eight room modern
ADVANCETO most. words in length.CONCORD .

ADVERTISERS: o I I and unique dwell. I I
When the is it will be
war over, AVENUE HOME SOLD with double
Cpy for display and all other hand-set ing,
for the nations
to "
advertising most be handea in at the business easy European pay
office. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, off the war debts. Just fence off the sleeping porches,
the day before publication. This ml applies Mr. R. S. Waters has sold his homeon I
t. chancel for contract advertising: it i* battlefields, and charge admission to modern garage andI
Concord avenue to Mr. Geo. W.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. the American tourists.Observations s
Johnson of Iowa, who will make it butlers quarters
,
Subscribers desiring: The Sentinel discontinued o I
should notify the office in writing on his winter home. Mr. Waters left location
the date of expiration otherwise it will be of dog fights side very pretty
old home
yesterday for his in New I &
continued at the regular subscription rates walk arguments and bleacher disputes overlooking Lake 1
until notice to stop is rec.i.ed.Telephone York state.
Namb ...................,.. 24 should convince anybody that there is !
Eola.
$4500.00 will
occupation hazardous that of
no so as : I ,
FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915. a neutral. I Io CARD OF THANKS buy this if taken


Any change is welcome. The prophets CLYDE LINE REDUCES RATES We desire to express our gratitudeto now, it is a bargain. THE l}
; our many kind friends for their as-
who have been ending the war ON CITRUS FRUITS TO sistance, sympathy and the beautiful f
may now begin to kill the peach crop. EASTERN PORTS floral offerings, in the sickness, death
-Philadelphia Ledger. and obsequies of our dear little Helen.R. I ARTS and CRAFTSOf
L. BUNCH and family. i
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The Florida Growers' and Shippers'League
Many a man who is willing to orate
announces that a reduction of
all day of how he would enlist and 4 1-2 cents per box in the rates on
DoctorsBnckllHlstcr S.G.D Dolive & Son good in Men's is
fight for his country gets mad when citrus fruits car loads, minimum 300 workmanship Tailoring

served with a jury summons. boxes, to New York city, Boston and I fully established with us. No one is more cog- j

o I Philadelphia, has been published, to & Bnmdagc; REAL ESTATENo. f nisant of the fact than ourselves, that to be

A Chicago autoist, caught speeding, i' take effect :April 23, on traffic originating dressed correctly one must have not only! the
explained that his wife had just had at points the Florida East I OSTEOPATHS'ersonal PINE STREET I
on 3 WEST material to begin with but the fabrics built .
twins. A look at a-certain street in Coast railway.The instruction under Dr. Still
southeast Orlando about noon, one League has just received copy at Kirksville Mo. Second Floor into the garments, to ensure a "lasting and a

would be led to believe that the stork of Supplement 6 to F. E. C. Railway 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I correct symetery. All of our Men's tailoring

was a busy bird. Fruit and Vegetable Tariff No.7, National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. i bear the mark of expert workmanship. It is

o showing car load rates from Jacksonville emphasized in the production of
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At last we know why Orlando Fla. via the
on shipments Clyde
spells Permanent Prosperity. One of Line from the F. E. C. railway as fol-
citizens. has discov- i Hart Schnaffner
our progressive To New York-Old rate, 35; new
ered that Orlando is on the same lati- rate 30 1-2.

tude as the pyramids of Egypt that To Boston-Old rate, 40; new rate, i & MarxOur
were constructed 5,000 B. C. 35 1-2.

o To Philadelphia-Old rate, 35; new
Hint for the back yard garden: In rate, 3012.These complete range for Spring and Sum- .

order to bring your garden success- rates are in cents per box, mer is ready for your inspection.MEN'S .

fully through the coming season, bor- and are subject to minimum of 300
der it all the way round with a trough boxes.

; filled with shelled corn. The neigh- According to information given out
bors' chickens will come no farther. the there have Magnolia AvenueI
by> League, not been
o any changes made in the less than'

Hospital surgeons in Africa declare car load rates, nor on pineapples and have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
that they have never seen a case of .
appendicitis in vegetable-eating Afri- vegetables. It is inconceivable why uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
the Clyde: Line has restricted the reduction -
cans. The Brahmins of India have in the fruit rates to the East This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a

never heard of the disease-and they Coast section, as well as why it did number of bearing fruit trees.I .
have never tasted the flesh of a cow not make reductions
corresponding on
or a pig, so it is said.It pineapples and vegetables. The will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof I 1! '

o League is now negotiating with the feet off south end.
will soon be time for a general Clyde Line with a view to enlargingthe
clean up"and in order to make it a The house is in good condition and is arranged into
application so as to remove what
success a general' paint up movement appears as a discrimination. light housekeeping apartments and does produce an In- :

should be included. Residence and come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
business property can be made to re-
SWABEY OF KISSIMMEE WAS IN
flect a afore prosperous condition if ORLANDOMr. bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT

treated to a new coat of paint. BARGAIN.

o II. E. Swabey, of Kissimmee, Cash or terms.
Optimism in some of the Florida was in Orlando yesterday looking after -

newspapers is sometimes almost vis- ; the premiums and blue ribbons

ionary. The Orlando Sentinel says which the Hunter Land company was HATSOur

that "some day this country will get awarded at the recent Midwinter Subtropical -

tired of legislative bluffs and evolvea ; Exposition, which was heldin

system of paying its legislators for this city in February. The com- complete stock now in, every estab-

results only."-Miami Metropolis.' pany was awarded a beautiful cup S. Y. WAY lished style is with us, every face can be -

o and four blue ribbons for the second -
fitted.
To spend the winter in Florida and best individual exhibit. Mr. Swabey

enjoy such ideal weather as is now likes Orlando and the honors are even. Insurance and Real Estate Agent Ask to see the new Leghorns, they are
dressy and extremely fashionable.
prevailing throughout the "Land of very

Flowers"' and then go home when the NEW DRAINAGE WELL

frost is on the window and the kitchen -- PHONE 172We

pail is.frozen; when the little icy Work was started yesterday on

needles come with every breath that drilling a new twelve inch drainagewe'll

blows-is calculated to rate the tour- south of East Central avenue

ist as a victim of misplaced judgmentor and west of Lake Hardeman. The

calculation.We new well will drain that section thor-

o oughly and aid greatly in convertingthat I

can all find strength to carry section of the city into perfect

our burden for one day; to be kind, sanitation. New residences are springing I I II I

and sweet, and true, and firm, just up around this section and with
till night falls. This is all life ever its drainage a street will be run i1

asks of us. To fight one day's temp- through it and the addition subdividedinto

tation; do one day's duties; check an- lots.

gry and fretful humors; hold our t' sell only

tongues in subjection, and, if we can NEW MOVIE MACHINEThe ;/ Pure
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say nothing kind, say nothing at all,

for just one day.A Lucerne theatre is now {(. Drubs
a equipped with a "Powers 6 A" motion

picture machine of the
latest and
valued exchange reaching this &9'
most improved It installed CHILDREN'SBONNETS
type. was
office yesterday says: Crawl throughthe
}'esterdaand last night was pro-
trenches of an unfinished sewer
nounced to be Mac Tallman
perfect.
,
excavation in the slush and cutting
wind of a sleet storm. Touch off a manager is sparing no efforts or .

few sticks of dynamite from time to ,money in giving the Orlando publicthe .

time to keep you unaware of the lack best service obtainable. :l 4 ..p (z4:1 !' This season we have given considerable

of regular meals, and have an oblig- \ attention to this department, and have now
SEVENTEEN:: FIRE
ALARMS
ing policeman empty his revolver occasionally an assortment that includes the very latestof

in your general direction. The new motor fire truck made a 1j2xc : Fashion modes, in Panamas, Leghorns,
Four
or five early morning hours of
this will make you forevermore a real rapid run to a pile of burning telegraph -I Milans, also a full range of Baby Caps in

neutral. poles on the A. C. L. near the Mulls, Silks and Organdies.
Exchange packing house yesterday
o afternoon and extinguished a blaze. \
Mr. Outsider, Mrs. Northerner, Miss \\
Little
damage was done. Seventeenfire
Visitor would believe ;
-you some .
alarms 11 w
have sounded in 1915 an y I i -
things about Orlando's future if
you equal number as those in 1914 alto- I
could see the plans made by some of: It '

the local property owners and investors I gether. ,T *1 '4. .'

who are going to spend real Don't overlook the want ads. ;, DICKSONIVESCG.DEPARTMENT(

money in building for Orlando this ORF ..le- .
year and 1916. It is estimated that
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
there will be more building operations
You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. .
in Orlando in the next half year and WANTED-Close in, vacant STORE.
propertyat Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the
1916 than in the five years preceding. reasonable price. Give location,
All one has to do to convince himselfof full description, and price. Box 3, best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. 'i 111 ..
Orlando, Fla. 4-9-2t Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando's future is to stroll around
allow it.You.
and the The Store of true service, of never-failing
the city note building opera- FOR SALEA can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. courtesy -
has its full nice of fair dealing, of trustworthy
tions. Every street quotaof clean cash business for a We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. mer-
new structures. Only yesterday it hustler, on easy terms; requires only chandise, at right prices

e was discovered that one man is to small cash payment, balance to suit MERCK'S: : PFrARIACY !
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GRANDTODAY I Open 2p.an.and6:30p.m.Admission I : '1

SOCIAL CALENDAR Empire parlors Wednesday afternoonand 5 Cents 1

April 9 and 10. read the second act of Tennyson's % DU D-

4 Queen Mary, which was followed bya ,-MIIMMMimMMHillTODAY'S '
Today general discussion of current events.
Garden party; Judge and Mrs.War- Miss Donna Voorhees gave a charming PROGRAM
low and Miss Warlow, at "Graycroft. 4-Reels--1
recitation from the Bird's Carol,
Saturday United. "The Five Senses." A delightful -
Saturday Bridge Club. which was greatly enjoyed. The hos comedy.
Mrs. DeWitt Miller, hostess for the tess, Mrs. J. B. Magruder, served Rex Bob Leonard and Ella Hall in
Nullos Club.D. "The Decision." A drama. U
delicious fruit salad in grapefruitcups comedy
.
A. R. meets with Mrs. A. L Victor. Mary Fuller in "The Witch
Forde. sandwiches, cake and hot chocolate "
Jirl. In two parts. Here is another I
--0-- assisted by Miss Susie :Magruder. one of those stars we are showing. I
U. D. C. MEETING A number of selections on the +***+*, Don't fail to see this program. __ _
YESTERDAY. xs # Five cents to all. o
Victrola much the
were played, to xBOS1ti'ORTII DIAMONDS AND JEWELERY 0
The regular meeting of the Annie amusement of the listeners. Those y

Coleman Chapter of United Daugh- present were the hostess Mrs. J. B. PURCHASES LOT AND WILL For Easter Buds and Blooming Brides. We haven't been in busi-

ters of the Confederacy was held yesterday Magruder; Miss Starbuck, Mrs. Kol- BUILD HOME ness all these years without knowing what's appropriate as gifts.

afternoon at the Episcopal lock Mrs. Branch Mrs. Whitman Our store is a panorama of blazing, sparkling jewels at prices 0

Chapter House. The following com- Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Johnson, MrsMatthews Mr. H. J. Block, a wealthy citizenof I i lower than the lowest. Our money back guarantee with everything.

mittees for the Memorial Day exer- : Mrs. Dovell, Mrs. Ives, Sr., Richmond
Virginia, who has been
cises were appointed by Miss Mary Mrs. Coleman Mrs. ..
Robinson, and spending several weeks in Orlando, ALLEN & CO. J _EL R
Robinson, president: Mrs Hudson. PRESENTS n ,
,
has purchased a beautiful lot and haslet
Decorating-Mrs. Alfred Bumby,
-oA .d]
ELSIE JANIS IN the contract for a substantial 1.:1. .ocn .
chairman; Mrs. John Cook, Mrs J. P. SHOWER FOR _
welling. Mr. Block with his family
Holbrook, and the Misses Elizabeth MISS SLEMOXS.
"THE CAPRICES OF KITTY"A will come to Orlando next winter for
Branham and Jean Person. The Shakespeare Club will give a permanent> residence.
Carriages-Mrs. M. O. Overstreet, shower for Miss Antoinette Siemens .\ SAVING IN PAINT
chairman; Mrs. D. C. Thompson, Mrs. on Wednesday, the twenty-first, athe thousand nights of vaudeville
is not made
by buying
cheap paints
Robert Howe, Mrs. Chas. Lartigue. home of Mrs. W. S. Branch on
in but by purchasing the best
one.
LucerneTODAY very
Program Mrs. Seth Woodruff '
North Orange avenue. Miss Siemens -
grades, such for instance as we han-
chairman; Mrs. J. T. Fuller, Mrs. S. has been an interested member of the
dIe. Just think how much more poor
G. Dolive. club for a number of years and is at ,,. + '
a 1* paints cost you if you have to keep
Wreaths Mrs. J. D. Barnes chairman *
present one of its officers. The members -
t them
renewing
y every year or two.
; Miss Rita Lawton. C 4
are looking forward to
a
very ; Think how much cheaper are our
Advertising-Mrs. E. L. Bliss,chair- pleasant occasion.
paints which last two or three times
I "THE DOUBLE CROSSING OF
man; Miss Mary Branham. -0A -
.
as long.
Ushers The Misses Elizabeth PLEASANT SLIM"A ;

Branham, Jean Person, Marian Smith, EVENING.The Orlando Paint & Wail Paper Co

Carrie Dade, Alma DeLaney Helen Kil Kare Klub Reliance Drama.
a
gave surprise Pti T 205 S. Orange Avenue
Way, Ruby Neal Thompson. Wednesday night at the home of l\lrs'l

The date set for Memorial Day is E. C. Bence, 406 East Pine street, i in : IN MULTIFILE REELS COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261

Sunday April 25th. honor of Miss Lucy HalL The guests "ON ACCOUNT OF A DOG"A
The following delegates and alter- brought ice cream, cake and candy
nates were elected' for the state con- with them. Among those present Princess Drama.

vention to be held at Leesburg May were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phillips, Mr.

5, 6 and 7: Mrs. J. T. Fuller Mrs. and Mrs. Hook Mr. and Mrs. Rybolt, WRIGHT SEED COMPANYAll

,E. L. Bliss Mrs. J. N. McElroy dele- tlrs. F. N. Boardman, Dr. FrankEoardman "HIS SISTER'S KIDDIES"A
HEAR "THAT
gates; Mrs. A. G. Branham, Mrs D. Mrs. Francis Wood, Mrs. !
C. Thompson, Mrs. M. O. Overstreet, :M. O. Overstreet. fresh seeds for
Miss Jean Person, alternates. ORClESTRA"I Thanhouser Comedy."GALLANTRY .
GARDEN AND FIELD
Miss Mary Robinson, the chapter STATE PEACE CONVENTIONFOR
president will also go as a delegate. ORLANDO.
Interesting papers were read by Orlando has been selected for the I I OF JIMMYROGERS" Poultry Supplies Cypher IncubatorsCALL
20 cents
10 cents
Mrs A. G. Branham and Mrs. E. L.
scene of a Peace convention, to beheld PLANTING
ON US BEFORE
:Bliss, the former on "Women of the
April 29-May 2. Much enthusiasm -
New South," by Mrs. J. I. Norris and is being manifested for the or- An Essanay Comedy Drama. 2O6 S. Orange Avenue
the latter on "Women of the Old
ganization of a State Peace Society,
South," by Deaconess Parkhill. which will be accomplished at this meeting of the club will be with Mrs.

The program for the May meetingis convention. It is assured that able Nyal, on Amelia avenue, next Thurs- FOUR BIG REELS FOR THE r

as follows: speakers will appear on the program, day afternoon. Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Hostess, Mrs. A. G. Branham. so that the meetings will be of great SAME LITTLE PRICES
Topic, Dickinson and His Men, Mrs.J. A
interest. Orlando already has a Peace LOOK: AT THE SUN AND SEE THEo
D. Barnes.
Society of a large membership, s BIG SPOTA -
Topic Dates and Order in Which -
hat it is quite the proper place for
the States Seceded, Mrs. Lartigue. such a convention.
Music, Miss Willie Person. large sun spot has been discovered -
Business. SOCIETY NOTES by the naval observatory at FRANK A. CURTIS WILilAM R. O'NEAL
Vashington. The disturbance showedon
OF INTEREST.An .
a photograph taken at noon March
"BACHELOR GIRLS"ENTERTAINED. informal card party was givenat 29th, and probably will be visible till Established 1886

the Rosalind Club last evening about Saturday, April 10th. It maybe .
Miss Jean Person was the charming The violin and piano recital planned
> seen by using one side of an ordinary -
hostess yesterday afternoon to for last evening was postponed '
the Bachelor Girls and several invited account of the illness of Dr. Allen on o smoked opera glass.glass with a piece. off CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE ;

guests, not members of the club, i in Winter Park, who was to have takenpart

honor of Miss Leona Benner of Ohio, on the program.0 .
who is a guest of the Misses Millie -0-- ADDITIONAL LOCALMr.

and Lillian Smith. There was one very interesting and largely attended LOANS
guest table. Those present were Miss meeting of the Unity Circle W. I{. Nix, of Byron, Illinois,

Augusta Wright, Miss Vida Miller, vas held in Unity Chapel Wednesday who has been enjoying life in Floridafor .,

Miss Elizabeth Branham, Miss Alma afternoon. The feature of the meeting some time, was among those leaving REAL ESTATE RENTALS

DeLaney Miss Mame Thornton, Miss was a review of the drama, "WarBrides Orlando yesterday for the North.

Lillian Smith, and Miss Prudence Malone ," read by Miss Gordon.

; Mrs. J. B. Magruder, Jr., who Mr. Albert E. Hartson and son,

substituted for Miss Guilda Happersett The Twentieth Century Club, which Master Edwin, left yesterday for New

Miss Benner, Miss Ada Bumby meets with Mrs. Branch on April 24th York. While here they were the

Miss Millie Smith, Mrs. Allan Weath- will have a shower for Miss Antoinette guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson

ersbee, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Mrs Slemons. There will be no read- at their home on Gore avenue. Mr.
John W. Stagg, Jr., and Miss Peck of ng, and all members are expected to lartson is a prominent attorney in For Sale

Virginia. An ice cream course was bring their thimbles. the Empire State and is also interested -

served. The club prize was a pretty in the Zellwood Farms company.

coat hanger, as was the guest prize, The adjourned meeting of the D. A. House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price

won by Miss Augusta Wright and R. will be held Saturday at three LET THE KIDDIES HELP!

Miss Peck respectively. The guest o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. L. 450000. A bargain.
prize to Miss Benner Forde, 213 South Main
was a dainty street. The At this season of the year when

handkerchief. The club will be enter program will commence promptly at every person who has the civic welfare

tained by Miss Elizabeth Branhamnext four o'clock. of the city at heart is advocating

Wednesday.PRETTY -- a general cleaning up of private rubbish -

--0-- The annual meeting of St. Cecilia's piles and public eyesores, the

WEDDING Guild has been postponed from Friday management of the Lucerne theatre

LAST EVENING.A April 9th to Friday, April 16th. offers an unique plan for enlisting the

wedding of much interest to -0- aid of the children in this worthy

many friends in Orlando was solemn Miss Eliza Wright, Miss Jessie and movement The conditions are these:

ized last evening at eight o'clock at Miss: Reba White, Mr. Nollenberg. Just spend one hour around your

. the home of Miss Elizabeth:Matthews Oliver Hayes, and :Mr.: Ed. Allen, left: own home raking leaves, removing

when her niece Miss Lula Elizabeth yesterday morning by auto for a day's rubbish or doing anything else which

Chance, became the bride of Mr. outing at Wekiwa Springs. will help to make the premises more SO c E
,
James Garfield Manuel, Rev. John W. --0- sightly or sanitary. Then clip the
Stagg performing the ceremony.The Mrs. W. C. Essington is the guestof coupon which will appear in the Sen
wedding was very quiet, only Miss Helen Steinmetz at Wekiwa tinel Saturday morning and have it A lovely home in the best residental section of City. New,

the immediate family and the guest Springs this week. properly filled in by a parent or some modern conveniences, shade and fruit trees, with

in the house being present. -ofirs. other responsible person and it will vacant corner lot, easily worth $2000.00 alone.

The bride wore an exquisite gown Z. V. Raulerson was hostess be accepted for admission to the Lucerne
of white crepe de chine and carried a yesterday to the members of the Here at any time during the day. To see it, is to admire it ,.

bouquet of asparagus ferns and orange and There Club, about thirty being The nature of the work performed Once seen, you'll desire it

blossoms. present. A salad course was served. should not in any case be beyond the Desiring you'll buy itWhy

:\Irs.Ianuel is the niece of Mis; Miss :Morrisson: Minneapolis, was natural limitations of the child's ag< not try it?

Elizabeth Matthews and Mr. Thomas an out of the city guest. The next and strength, and any light task wil

W. Matthews of this city, and has entitle the participant to the reward, WALTER W. ROSE

has made her home in Orlando for the providing the proper spirit is mani-

past eight years, where she has endeared Orlando Wood Yard I Iof fested.
Real Estate
herself to a large number Watch for the coupon!

friends. Mr. Manuel is a promising ---
young business man of Orlando and Removed from Pine St. two blocks RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE

is to be congratulated north on Railroad, west end Washington OSTEOPATHYDR.
upon having Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building
won such a charming wife. St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

After a short trip down the East all times. J. C. HOWELL Phone 555

Coast the happy couple will return I to Osteopathic
Physician and SurgeonKirksville
-
Orlando to make this their home. Graduate

-0- B. W. KINGSLEY Consultation Free
MRS. MAGRUDER Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan I
ENTERTAINED CLUB. HoteL

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Lake Site LOST-Gold and Presbyterian watch, between church with city hall fob i/urn her., La"tl 111C1 Slli1.1.gles

SENTINEL attached. Letter "E" on fob. Returnto
this office and receive reward.
4-8-3t

WANTSThe LOST-Friendship circle pin set with
rhinestones and black enamel stones
between Dickson-Ives store and corner -
Two
j of Main and Jackson streets. Re-
turn to Sentinel office and be reward!
Morning Sentinel Want ed. 4-8-tf
Directory is the Greatest Want
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. LOST-PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN, OILANOC,
BETWEEN MY HOME ON WEST
Terms Cash in Advance. STREET AND SENTINEL OFFICE.
with beautiful fron- REWARD FOR RETURN TO W. C.
136
acres
RATES ESSINGTON. 4-2-tf .
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
Royal Agatile
For Three Days ____________50e MAKE YOUR SPRING AND SUMMER ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days ____-?________75c CLOTHES under the super- ----- -
For One Month ____________$2.50 vision of Miss Echols. She is respon- ---- -- -
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of sible' for fit and style of dress. 505 I
25 words or less. If the ad con- South Main. 4-6-6tc ,
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
1 will be one cent per word for SPECIAL COACH PARTY TO NEW
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- YORK FRIDAY NIGHT. APRIL
sertion.If 16. VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
you can't bring your ad to RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER,
See E. B. Bradley Qnl k. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- 820 WEST CENTRAL AVE., OR GET WILL
counts opened by telephone will be i YOUR IDENTIFICATION CARDS
payable the following day. FROM THE TICKET AGEiT.IR..
WHITE. AT DEPOT. 4-6-tfc GAS MAKE

Every Home-Every Business-
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a EGGS FOR HATCHING-From the '
Sentinel Want Ad. very choicest White Indian Runner YOU
ducks, at one dollar per twelve. W.K. r
Watkins Block PHONE *O4 Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla. 4-6-6t

FOR SALE
CONTRACTORR. ::

FOR 90 DAYS FOR SALE-Good work horse at a N. SEYMOUR is the man to see A CONTENTED WIFE
bargain sound and gentle. Also before letting contract if you are going -
; '
to build and want the best house
top buggy, good as new. Inquire of .
foundation for invested.P.
You can buy possible money
W. C. Palmer, on Conway clay road.
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
blocks side-
stone building Owner leaving. 4.76t'FOR
walk tile, or anything In my 2-18-1moc BECAUSE by the use of it for fuel in
line at reduced. Call around SALE-1914 five passenger
Ford, overhauled and repainted. Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
and let me surprise you on New seat covers. Bargain for cash 3-3-tf your kitchen you will never have cause
prices. only. S. B. Hutton. Phone 700. No.
5 West Concord avenue. 4-8-lt For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -
F. D. GORE go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf about meals
to worry not being ready on
FOR SALE-Modern home; eight
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. rooms and bath; orange trees and BUYERS AND SELLERSI
large oak; seven minutes walk to buy, sell rent, and exchange real time; also you will have no fires to buildor
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see m. ashes to sweep up. If YOU have not a
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An .
1 cottage seven rooms and bath
modern conveniences, roomy porches, 8x10 Kodak enlargement free gas range in YOUR kitchen---tell your hus-
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 2-23-tf band---and he will do the rest.
Avenue and
Office corner Orange FOR SALE-Cheap, ene fine banjo; I
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., one good guitar; one leather suit Dr. S. S. Jones ,
Phone 419. case; one 4x5 box plate camera; one
steel trunk, 30x15x37. See them at CHIROPRACTOR If it's Modern-and Economical Gas .
106 Gould street. 4-6-Gt
1 graduate Davenport College, 17 and
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
LettuceFinest and tools best farm in county; variety 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
restored health chiro-
to
being by
fruits, 1,600 trees elegant
; up-
in the city.Strawberries to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock practic adjustments, the new scienceof .
the of disease. Examination
removing cause -
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
free. 12-24-lmo
er. 1-16-tfc

Daily reading of Sentinel ads is
The famous Missionary FOR RENT the sure paper profit.by.Don't pass that part of ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

variety. FOR RENT-By the year, furnished -,
7 room house 4 blocks east of the -
Eggs! Eggs!! postoffice; low rent; big yard and GAS DEPARTMENTUNUSUAL
porch. Inquire Butt's Candy Kitchen. Cut Flowers
4-8-3t
Guaranteed to be strictly

fresh. FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms;
twelve dollars per month; ten dollars i
unfurnished; or one furnishedroom -
Fresh and Plants
VegetablesEvery five dollars per month; in private -
family. 403 East Pine street.
day.Brooms. 4-7-3t REASONFOR The Marl ZGt


Mops. FOR Apply RENT-Cox to J. F. Watkins visible, No.typewriter.2 Amer- Floral Designs OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

ica street. 4-6-6t OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
t ANUNUSUAL -
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
FOR RENT-Will rent the sum-
mer my home known 'Michigan Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
CARUTHERS & GORE Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue
west. All or part of this nine room PRICEon Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
house, with barn, hen house and four and pare
lots; all conveniences. See me soon, .Violet t Dell Florist. inrite natlsfartlnn. We have ,
New Modern please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf e We inspection and guarantee
Grocery y everything in the Meat Line.
FOR RENT-Two suites of for
. rooms min-
two fine lots ten
light housekeeping; summer rates; H. 1M. Self & Co.
Phone 200 close in, in a pleasant neighborhood; J. M. CARUTHERSPhone utes walk to center of city,
near Eola Park. Address S07 East
Pine. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
4-3-6t
of the best streets.
on one
509. 408 South Lake St.
6 and 8 East Pine St.
( FURNISHED ROOMS-Two dollarsa Citrus trees, walks, fence,
week. Apply Room 7, over Model'!
Cafe, after 6 p. m. Young men pre etc.
t ferred. 4-3-6t Do Your


I Oando o...Was ineton FOR permanents nished RENT-Three or;unfurnished close in room; ;vacancies low flats rates fur-to in ElectricFixtures SEE ME immediately if

two houses; all improvements. See interested as sale must be
f owner, 301 East Livingston avenue.330imo' Look
made at once or not at all,

DRAWING ROOM FOR RENT New, Modern Five at present prices.
Old and
room house. Apply 510 W. Central.

t Sleeping Cart FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
Yancey.mer, or by the year; cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. Worn Out?

t 0t First Car March 16
on FOR.RENT-Small flat mod.rn con-
veniences, unfurnisLeJ. Jas. A. I have established a plant for
DR. A. J. TAYLOR
1 1 1l Knox. 11-3-tf I
l VIA the refinishing of all metal ,

:NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. fixtures and brass beds. This PHONE 696
Atlantic Coast Line 10-25-tf I
4 work is done at a small cost, and THIS BUNGALOW FOR
905 East Central A\-enueDON'T SALE .
Standard Railroad of the South WANTED makes your fixtures look like
Bearing Trees and Fruits and Vegetables.Price .
Open for Passengers a! 9 P, M. WANTED POSITION-A young man, new. $1200.00. Easy Terms.I .
honest and reliable, desires a posi- I
: Tuesdays tion of some kind; he is -i'ing! to Stock of second hand fixturesfor J. BARBER, just south Drennen Station.
Thursdays start on a small saltry: and work up;
can use typewriter. Address F. P. R., sale.
: and Saturdays rare S; ltinel. 4-3-6t WORRYIf -'

Phone 652 and I will call and II
Leaving Orlando on Train 82, SAVE :\IONEY-By: buying cane, soy
at 12:31 beans field peas, grass seed, etc., estimate your job.
:. and a. m. Wednesdays Fridays from Carter, Venable & Co. (Inc.), The Orlando Meat MarketT.
Saturdays.For Richmond, Va. Write for prices. you are disappointedabout I

Reservations and Tickets 4-6-61 L. W. LEWIS. getting a new Eas- A. YANCY. Manager

call on A. .C. L Local Ticket I HAVE MOVED STUDIO from the ter Suit we can put your

Agent. Are Watkins you looking block to for 505 wedding South Main.pres- old one in good condi- \I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice 4

ents? Come and see my china. Or- tion for just such occas- Meats
Florida and Western
ders taken for initial and monogram.
CLINT BASSPHONE ions.
Miss Echols. 4-6-6tc

375 I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
TRACY & MOORE CARPENTERSHouse e!
9 repairs of all kinds done West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. : Special Attention to Hotel and Out of TownOrders*
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty; Successor to ..
sleeping Dry Cleaning f Business 135 P. O. BOX 226I
porches counters, shelving, PHONES
,;Residence; 'Ij3 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
office Steam Cleaning
fixtures
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL garages ; window and HandVVoodCompanyWood
door frames made to order. Get our Pressing and Repairing I
OPTOMETRIST orices. 18 East Church street. f
of All
Kinds
ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo I .
FIT GLASSES. GRIND PROMPT SERVICE ---

AND DO ALL KINDS LENSES OF Studio Kodak will finishing be ready left at at 5 o'clock Robinson's the REASONABLE PRICES "while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair! Try Our Job Department .!i

OPTICAL REPAIRING next day. 3-3-tf Shop. 21 E. Pine St. -2-4-lyre. .




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Sold 368 pieces of property in 1914. They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you must


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I given ina short time. at Rossmore Inn last Sunday.
Items From
Mrs. Fred Wigman and her children Miss Hilda Koe el. who has spent

;t :. I Misses Henrietta and May, and the Easter vacation with her parents
,
< :, ... .... ...""j".-. <'C. I Windermere here has returned to her studies at
'.. .,"4 "!" '...'.,. '" !E... II I Masters William and Charles, and her Cathedral school in Orlando.
... ".,,; I nephew, Mr. Fred Scholhamer, of Amongst the guests registering at
New York, left here Tuesday for their Wlndermere Fla., April 6.-Mrs. Rossmore Inn this week were Mrs. A.
J. C. Palmer entertained with a thim-
homes in the great metropolis after a ble party last Friday afternoon for S. Allen Stroudsburg. Pa.; W. II.
pleasant visit of many weeks with Mrs. Cyrus Lyon, who returns to her Miller and wife, :Millville N. J.; Wm.M. .
Lege and wife. Orlando; W. II.
home in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scholhamer, Sr. Memphis soon. Robertson Marguerite: Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigman, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shem, of Alliance Orlando; Ethel.Robertson, Minneapolis 1
and Mrs. J. W. Matchett.The Ohio return north this week. Minn.; Misses Mary and Grace
They are improving their property Holt Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
public school will hold their recently purchased here and expect
Hovey, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ;
annual picnic Friday April 9, in Aden to erect a residence during the sum- 1, Little Glens Falls N. Y.; and Mrs.
I grove. Everybody is invited and it mer.Mr. Hurley and party from the Osceola
and Mrs. II. C. Luff :Miss Pal Orlando. -
is hoped a large gathering will en-
mer Mr. M. R. Vaughn and Mr. II. Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Older spent" Sat-
joy the day. II. Williams picnicked at Clay Springslast urday in Kissimmee shopping for the
The very beautiful weather of the Sunday.Mr. new home their parents Mr. and Mrs.D. .
first of the week makes our thoughtsturn M. E. Read :was surprised witha L. Williams are erecting, and
to picnics in the woods and there dinner party on his birthday anni- which will he ready for occupancy
last Tuesday.Mr. early next fall.
'" z will be several such gatherings before versary
\Vm. G. Geier and family and
many weeks. Dr. J. II. Johnson and family dined Get the news in the Sentinel erst.
Ten monster engines for passenger speed of seventy miles an hour on Tractive power, 31,700 pounds. Easter services on Easter Sundayat '
train service have just been completedin level track. This is the class of en- Weight on drivers 138,000 pounds. Union Chapel were enjoyed by
gine that handles the famous South Weight of engine 234,000 pounds.
the big shops of the Louisville & Atlantic Limited between Jacksonvilleand Total weight of engine and tender quite a gathering. Rev. H. M. In- IF YOU NEED
Nashville railroad Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati and Louisville.To 577,400 pounds. gham spoke on the grave significanceof -
The engines take their place among give an idea of the size of the Diameter of drivers, 69 inches. the day, and the children's part of
engine the following figures be Capacity of tenders 15 tons coal,
the largest in the country and are may the program was pleasing. A collec-
summed : 7,000 gallons of water.
capable of handling a passenger train I Cylinders up diameter 22 inches Length over all, engine and tender tion for orphaned children was taken
of ten to twelve all steel cars at a stroke 28 inches. 74 feet 5 inches. and divided between two orphanages Letterheads, Envelopes,
maintained by religious organizations.There .
Pinecastle Items really a beautiful little town and couldbe I Mr. F. W. Anderson left Monday were several changes of residences Cards Announcements .

. made a place of lovely suburban I morning for a business trip to Miami. here this week. Mr. and Mrs. ,
John Wilson houses with
homes. Let us not drop the barbecue Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy left exchanged
Pine Castle, Fla., April 7.-The Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Haigwood; Mr.
' entirely but begin to work for it for Wednesday morning for a visit in Circulars Briefs Hand
barbecue which was talked up and and Mrs. E. A. moved into their new ,
plans were made for has been put off next season and have a great day. New Smyrna with Mrs. Sundy's sister home on the Pine Castle road, and
Mr. Dent Dodson, of Calhoun Tenn., Mrs. Laurence Griffin, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blume moved
to some future time. This was a disappointment Bills
who has been staying for some time Jessie Bell. Their auto was loaded into the E. A. Johns home which they Catalogs, or, .
to most of for it has
us at the home of his sister, Mrs. C. F. with good things from Mr. Sundy's purchased. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smith
been some time since we have had a Crittenden, left Tuesday for his home. plantation at Chattahoochee and so a i took possession of the Lake View Inn,
large public outdoor gathering. It is Professor and Mrs. J. W. Simmons, a good time awaits them at New which they have taken over from Mrs.C. .
THE
PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE
suggested that we have a barbecuein of Orlando were dinner guests Tues- Smyrna. H. Matchett.
the early part of next winter sea. day evening of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Preparations are going on for the -
son and if the people of Pine Castle Hoffner, and enjoyed motor boatingand next entertainment for the school Saturday morning from 9 to 10
will all be together for the outing on trolling. on Lake Conway. piano. Date will be announced as o'clock we will sell 50c. brooms for
the one day, we can have a good Miss Stella' Harris returned Friday soon as possible. School closes this 25c. One to each customer at H.
many people here who have never from a visit in Lockhart, at the homeof week and then rehearsals will begin Kanner's Easter Sale, which continues Sentinel Job Office
. heard of or seen Pine Castle. It is her cousin, Mrs. J. C. Fulford. for the entertainment, and it will be until April 20.

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WCH\ 4 fOR RMINGTON( CREATIONS( -.Some FineREAL .



ESTATE OFFERINGS

Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience :



of Operation For Exchange- ;


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Remington = r Remington Two Good Farms 160 acres each in Kansas j


100 acres in each farm in cultivation, have wheat crops now growing, they are
want good lands in Orange County, mustencumbered for $1600.00. will tradeequity 1 1O
be farm lands. These Kansas farms
good i

Quality O II it t Refinment R fl i t are worth $25 per acre. These farms for Orange County F1onda.lands. i:s


= '<. Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C.

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Annual rental for 16 houses____2904.00 Want to trade this property for good land,

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

Net income per annum ________$1271.50One County. Make us an :>ff :.
ally. Demountable Rims. T30 x 31/ inches '

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

three miles from Plains, Ga., Want to exchange this farm for a good
on fine road. There are 440 acres and 300 small grove and small farm, in Orange i
acres in cultivation; plenty of tenant County, Florida. What have you to offer i

THE APPEARANCE THAT [ADMIRATION houses, and good eight room dwelling. for this elegant farm. -j:


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

half in cultivation, near fine Academy, dition; plenty of barns, stock sheds, etc. J
on good road; runs 40 to 50 plows. This is This place equipped as it is is worth thirty '
not a run-down place but is in perfect con- thousand dollars we want to exchange it '

a tone of distinction to dition; has $15,000.00 worth of stock and for a Florida Hotel worth the money; do 1
implements, feed grain, etc., now on place. -I
not submit old dilapidated property that ;
the occupants. All of the dwelling is modern and up to
-i date. All tenant houses in first-class conis not worth the money-


Fine business block, seventh street, Washington, D: C.Brick 1 js 4

The that commands 1
power business block on seventh street, $4,000.00, long time to run. Want to

+ respect. ashington,- D. C., with flats on second trade this equity of $7f00.00: for a good '

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


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

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim WARING REALTY COMPANY
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FLORIDA REMINGTON MOTOR CO. R. D. WARING, Mgr. ]


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

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL

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Mrs. D. C. Thompson left yester
day afternoon for Plant City to look
after business interests.


Boys' fine suits, sizes 12 to 16, at Think ;fiis over
half price, at Boardman's. 4-9-3t

Dr. W. II. Gillette, who has been .ECONOMY I

u/ spending several days in Orlando with EXTRAv A ANCEy __ I
friends, returned ---
yesterday to his I II
home in Lake Helen.' -y

H. Kanner's Easter sale continues .1
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until April 20. Don't miss it. I ,5p
492td&wMrs. t Sfe vr. .1I I

1 D. H. Barlow, of Brooklyn, --!* QL SV Sijr
STEAL VS. STEEL N. Y., who has been spending several J I!
weeks in Orlando started yesterday I II
You can't steal through steel. Fire on her homeward journey. R pTGY"ri I I

I and water cannot penetrate it. Backof II
Table linens at much less than factory & I
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it lies safety-absolutely and en- cost, at Boardman's. 4-9-3t -* mS !' -* '* '
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during. At $1.00 a year a safety box r
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I Mrs. M.J. Young was called to Pal
for valuables in our Massive Steel
metto yesterday afternoon on accountof
and Steal-proof Vaults is the most
the serious illness of her sister-in-
carefully guarded investment you and law, Mrs. W. B. Whitehead.New y
your can make. Who ens ih. ::

goods arriving daily for II. -
TilE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO Tanner's Easter sale which continues Moryr
until 20. 9
April
492td&wMr.
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FLORIDASummer e .rn Y'-- :
and Mrs. F. L. Corwin, who
spent the winter in Orlando, are now $2,511.90
in St. Augustine, guests at the Magnolia INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORS
hotel, where they will remain OH APRIL 1, BASED ON 4 PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
during the month of April.
HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS

American Beauty cambric, 12 l-2c.
grade at 8c., at Beardman's. 4-9-3t $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, who
are spending several weeks in this
section guests at the Lake View left Peoples National Bank
yesterday afternoon for St. Petersburg -
for a short visit. .'
IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Saturday and Monday $2 and $3
men's straw hats we will sell for $1,
at II. Kanner's Easter sale, which con .
-- tinues until April 20. 4-9-2td&w
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After spending practically all the
w season in this section Mr. A. E. .
Lynch joined the pilgrims leaving : ,
% Orlando for their homes in the North. IliillllMIIMMI MMMMiilMMMtMiliiiililliitlilll!, ,..
He will spend the summer in Sharon,
4frIj Mass. .

New Fisk Prices
Boardman's.Mosquito bars at less than cost 4-9-3t, at

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Transients registering at the San At New Low Prices
Juan hotel
yesterday include C. B.
Davis, F. M. Durrance, Chas. Doll I'
II. R. Ross, Jacksonville; E. S. Luiz, Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
Los Angeles; M. F. Brumlit and C. P.

Rose, Tampa. Size Plain Tread Casing Xon-Skid Casing Tubes

fA 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

o'clock Saturday, we will morning sell ,50c.from brooms 9 to for 10 30 X 31/fc ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

25c. One to each customer, at H. 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

- until Kanner's April Easter 20. sale, which 492td&wMr. continues 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 4V& ________$27.35 28.70 5.20 -
F. L. Green of Bar Harbor, 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
Me., and Misses Ethel Adams and
Fannie and Jennie Hopkins, of Boston : If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
Mass., were among those leavingon

rI1!' the midnight homes in train the North.for their respective We Have a Service Station. All


Any ladies' hat in the store for $1,
at Boardman's. 4-9- Adjustments Made Here.

Pleasures without Summer Dr. P. P. Pillans and wife returned

Discomforts 1 Indoors it's sticky and yesterday afternoon from their extensive

moist. On the porch it's cool- doctor will wedding be found trip,in and his the office genial now San Juan

when the Vudors are down. i'and henceforth ready to administer to Garage Company

Why not eat, sleep live there this summer? the sufferings of any and all needing
Thousands do it. The cool air gives appetite and his services.

forces nerves you while to dreamless you sleep.sleep It cures because them.it bathes the t . .I..I..I. . . . ,. . .. .. MIMMIIfc

Vudor Porch: Shades cost little. They give air but Men's $1.50 Eclipse shirts at $1 -
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, while they last, at Boardman's.
but not in through them. They /asf-they keep 4-9-3t .
L "that new look,"for they're stained, not painted, nor
dipped.
Mrs. Emma Ibs, and Mrs. Geo. C.
Our showing of Porch Furniture Is especially good Bergtholdt, and son,George,who have
just now. Let us show you today. spent the season in Orlando, left yesterday I -, 'u .

for their homes in Sioux City,, ., .. _. t..
OSCAR I : ': ..
HAND & SONMIMMIMIiilliMlinililMMIMI Iowa. .
They expressed themselves as ; '.I.l .'
most favorably _'_ ; :
impressed with this ;
city and hope to return next fall. A ." .! ...' ,"
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Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Harrington were I .. '
t THE SAVINGS CENTER ; : r
among the passengers on the 12:30 >_ : _
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THE HAPPY dale N. Y, after having spent the SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE i ..'
winter at their home 411 Hillcrest r
INVESTMENTS in the
long run are
They expect to return in the early '
EASTER GIFT fall, as has been their custom for the placed where earning power combines with t

past several years. :Mr.: Levi Wood,
GREATEST SAFETY.
who has spent the season with them,
Let a welcome gem-set ring Easter" for
you this coming glad say "Happy returned on the same train to Vo or- That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING '
season. Delight a dear parent, a heesville, N. Y.
big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER ,
friend.
:Men's: and boys' bathing suits at OF FLORIDA.
There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than half price. while they last, at Boardman's. -
mere giving. -A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts 4-9-3t 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. i ri = '.
lack. z Our a
:Mr.: A. C. Hornickel, traveling passenger -
And, let the ring you give be an unusual ring-one agent of the Ocean Steamship s f ,
that is guaranteed to endure through a life of constant company, with headquarters in New
wear. York,spent yesterday in Orlando looking I
after the interests of his line.i LML
He left last night over the Atlantic
Watch
Expert Clock and Jewelry _
Coast Line with the Carey tourist
party and will personally look after
Repairing, Engraving the welfare of the travelers until theyI I

reach. the metropolis of the EmpireState. Or1RllO B Bauk & Trust t C Coany


:Miss: Grace Reynolds, who has been

T. H. EVANSJEWELER undergoing treatment in the Florida
state sanitarium at" Orlando, is reported
by her brother as much better Consultation Incurs No Obligation."

an operation having been performedby
Dr. L. L. Andrews of this city, who
arrived yesterday on the afternoontrain. .

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