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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 11, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1915. NUMBER 19.

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FRENCH GAIN AND KAISER LOSES 30,000STEAMSHIP




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SUNK: BY GERMAN HARP ALYCE TOR-IS AUSTRIAN EMPEROR MAY AGREE TO I CITY TO PAVE IAKEM K' !ITAMPICO AFFAIRS ACUTE


PEDO OR MINE AVENUE 7 FEET!



. FRENCH MAKE(E GREAT ADVANCE CONCESSIONS TO AVOID A CONFLICT 'lAND

COUNCIL TO PAVE 7 FEET CRUISER W AStllNGTON

COUNTY 9 FEET MAKING -
Position at
Capture Important Brief Bulletins I REPORTED STATEMENT: IS : 16 FOOT AVE.

Les Eparges-Germans SAID TO HAVE BEEN

Have Lost Very Ticked Off Wire I I WELL RECEIVED Quitclaim Deeds Presented to HASTENS TO AID GUNBOATS

Heavily At Late Hour City for Frontage on Lake


Rotterdam, April 10.-The British I ITALY WILL NOT JOIN THE ALLIES Lucerne-Other BusinessAt -

steamship Harpalyce, under a charter NOMINATIONS SENT' TO SENATE I REPORTS OF DECISIVE BATTLE -

commission for the relief of Belgium, BY THE GOVERNOR Comes Startling Statement, Un- the city council meeting Fridayan Orlando Life In RAGING NEAR

has been sunk in the north sea, and ordinance was adopted providingthat I
Tallahassee Fla. The
following
was either torpedoed or sunk by a nominations made by Governor Tram- less a Strong Alliance Is Lakeview avenue be paved with Paragraph i I CELAYA_

German mine. The first news of the mell will be considered for confirma- Made "Guaranteeing"Her brick seven feet wide from its west- I

disaster was received when the Dutch tion by the senate Monday, they hav- Future ern end eastward to where it bendsto Word was received yesterday of the i WHEELING ENROUTE TO VERA CRUZSecretary

steamship Elizabeth, from Rotterdamfor the southeast at the city limit post
ing reached that body after adjourn- death of a former Orlando citizen,
New York, picked up 22 of the Ed. C. Love of near the western shore of Lake Ivan- D. W. Trumpeller, which occurred
ment: Quincy, judge Rome, April 10.-Reports from Vi-
Harpalyce crew seven miles northeastof second circuit, to succeed John W. enna stating that Emperor Francis hoe. The county will pave 9 feet, April 3 at Yorkana, Pa. I Daniels Advised Sit-
Nordheinder lights, and the ship making the total width of the paving
Malone, deceased; II. Perry Branning, Joseph has agreed to make conces- -0- uation Is Not Changed but
them back to Rotterdam.
brought Miami, judge eleventh circuit, to suc- sions to Italy in order to avoid con- 16 feet. During the quarter ended April 1, lie
Orders Another
Five other members of the
crew were ceed L. W. Bethel, deceased; John W. flict has produced a favorable impres- The park commission presented a City Clerk Jansen issued 69 building
picked up by the Dutch ship Con- quitclaim deed from Mrs. A. F. Boone, Gunboat There
Burton, Arcadia, state's attorney, for sion. Simultaneously Senator Fraz- permits aggregating $51,495.
stance Catherine and taken to Tietive transferring to city all lake frontageon
unexpired term of John B. Singletary' zati and ex-Premier Giolatti are reported -
Watenweg Twenty-six members of resigned; Louis G. Thompson, Fer- to have made the startling Lake Lucerne owned by Mrs :Miss: Dorothea :Mann: daughter of Washington, April 10.-Interest in
the crew of 53 are missing and are Boone, including the peninsula. E. A. has the Mexico situation today centered
nandina, member board of pilot com- statement that Italy woudl never Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann,
believed to have been drowned. Thomas also presented quitclaimdeed I around Conditions at Tampico and the
a six
missioners, port of Fernandina, to march with the allies before conclud- reached New York following

succeed Frank Suhrer, removed from ing with them a strong alliance to his frontage on the lake. months in Europe as Red Cross nurse. I discrepancies between the claims of

f Paris, April 10.-The following of- the state. "guaranteeing" her future. On motion of Commissioner Johnson --o- I i Carranza on the one hand and Villa

ficial statement was issued tonight: all bills for sidewalks not paid The State Association of Master and the state department agents on

"Between the Meuse and Moselle, WOMAN'S' NATIONAL "MADE-IN- LLOYD S. TEXXY INTERVIEWED within thirty days from date of bill Plumbers will meet in Orlando :May: I the other hand, regarding a decisive

we retained all the ground won and AMERICA" LEAGUE WILL ON PLANT PEST AND rendered were ordered turned over to 10. battle being fought near Celaya.

made further progress. Between the URGE SLOGAN CANKER BILLS the city solicitor for filing of liens. The affairs at Tampico have become -

Orne and the Meuse there has been no Wo The construction of a flush tank on F. L. Anderson has sold his cloth- sufficiently acute to require Ad-
Washington, April10.The
fighting."At man's National Made-in-the United Tallahassee, Fla., April 10.A West Pine street by F. D. Harvey & ing and shoe store on West Church miral Capterton to proceed there with

Les Eparges the enemy madeno Co., $50.90, was ordered paid. street to C. L. Pipkin, tailor. the armored cruiser Washington to
States League today issued a call to measure known as senate bill No. 6, a
effort either by infantry or artillery reinforce the gunboats Sacramentoand
members all over the country to observe bill to be entitled an act to appropriate -
to recover lost ground. The day METHODIST PASTOR TO PARENTS Nearly thirty automobiles will depart Petrel.
funds for the eradication control
May 3 to 8 as "the National ,
was quiet and the whole position remains lie advised Secretary Daniels as
for Daytona tomorrow carrying
Made-in-America week. During the and prevention of citrus canker, readin
in our power."Statements and their wives follows today:
Knights Templar to
week thousands of members of the the senate Wednesday and referredto
of the prisoners em- Most of your children are in the the Grand Commandery which meets "The situation is not changed, but
league will' endeavor to have the slo- the committee on appropriations,
. phasize the importance of our success Bible school. Most of those in the there Tuesday. :there is more or less fighting there."
gan "Made in the United States of is a bill that should be given prompt :
here. Bible school are church members. The Secretary Daniels announced the
j
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\ America" used by one. passage in both houses. This is the I
"Since the end of February the every opinion of Lloyd S. Tenny, of Orlando kind of church members they are like- The brick parkway between the city|! gunboat Wheeling was en route to
Germans had their whole thirty-third ly to develop depends much i Vera Cruz.
WILLARD WILL NEVER FIGHT A secretary of the Growers' andShippers' very upon hall and fire engine house has been

division of reserves engaged at this NEGRO League, who is in Talla- your precept and example. One of finished. Chief Dean is making a I The last dispatch from Carothers,

part of the front, and then towardsthe hassee in the interest of the most sacred duties you and theyas transformation of the interior of the who has been on the scene of fighting,
measures
end of March, when this division New York, April 10.-Jess Willard Christians have to perform is to fire department. arrived today, dated April 7. He informed -
concerning the truck and fruit
became exhausted, the tenth active arrived in New York tonight and was grow- attend the sacrament of our Lord's the state department that the

division of the fifth army corps, com- greeted by one of the noisiest and ers"Another of the state.measure that is a neces- Supper. This opportunity is not frequent James Rackert is in jail charged Carranzistas had retreated after a

posed of the best roops of the army, most enthusiastic crowds that ever It comes tomorrow. Your with the illegal sale of liquor. short skirmish and probably would
sity in Florida, said Mr. Tenny, "is
were brought forward. This was the hailed a conquering hero. Willard pastor will speak very briefly on "Our make a stand at Queretaro.Villa .
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known as senate bill No. 4, introducedby
division, the tenth, which has justbeen boxed three rounds with Walter Mon- Privileges" in this matter. The chil- Judge T. Picton Wnrlow and J. II. Statement
Senator Hudson of :Miami
and is
lost. ihan, after which Tom Jones made a dren of the church and in the church Kirsch, of Maitland, are newly elected Washington, April .-The Villa
a bill entitled 'an act to prevent the
"A veritable fortress had been con- speech in which he said Willard would introduction into and the dissemination need to hear this talk. They need trustees of the Church Home and agency tonight gave out the following

structed on the spur of the Eparges never fight a negro.MULTIMILLIONAIRE. this sacrament. Plan to have them Hospital. telegram from Villa sent from Ira-
within this state of insect pests
hills. remain to the preaching service. This puato at 6 o'clock this evening:

"The German troops had been repeatedly \ IS DEAD and ducts diseases of this state injurious to create to plant state pro- they will do the more readily if you DEATH OF S. B. CLOSE "In several encounters we had today
; a
ordered to hold this groundat Athens, Ga., April 10.-Captain plan to be with them and have them the enemy have been completely
plant board and prescribe its
all costs. They were specifically James White 76 years old, died this and duties, and making an powers sit with you. Cordially, your pastor, The many friends of S. B. Close i defeated."

told that this position was of the very afternoon. His wealth is estimatedat for the of appropriation J. B. LEY. will regret to learn of his death,
carrying out
highest importance, and the losses 1000000. He was for many years the provisions purpose of said act/ This which occurred in this city at an early DR. KOLLOCK GOING TO WASHIXGTON -

suffered by the Germans at Les Epar- cashier of the First National Bankof WESTERN UNION OPERATORS hour yesterday morning.The .
measure has been needed in Floridafor
ges during the last two months will Athens.G. MADE CREDITABLE RECORD has
body been prepared for
years, and at the present time its
amount to 30,000. HANDLING BIG NEWS
enactment is imperative." burial by the Sam Anderson company Dr. G. C. Kollock, who has spent
A. R. TO MEET IN TAMPA IN REPORTS
and will be forwarded to Brooklyn, the winter at his pretty home in Con-

London, April 10.-The French, 1916 EASY MONEY-WHY NOT GRABIT N. Y., for interment.-Times-Union. cord Park, expects to leave tomorrowon

with the capture cf Les Eparges, ? Talahassee, Fla.-Thursday there Mr. Close spent the past four a lengthy journey to the far West

have obtained one of the main ob- Jacksonville, Fla., April 10.-Unanimously were sent out by telegraph from the months in Orlando. lie has been com- which will take him to Underwood, in

jects of their advance southeastwardfrom elected at the session yesterday local office in this city to the news-
to this section for number of
Take a look at that beautiful pieceof ing a the state of Washington. He will
Verdun. The position at Les of the department of Florida papers of the state more than 20,000
and has friends and
statuary in Branch's show window years many acquaintances stop at his old home in Madison Wis.,
dominates the of the I Grand Army of the Republic, J. E. words.
Eparges plains here, who will
regret to
I and write a 50 word article on "Why for a few days and then continue his
Woerve, and its occupation by the JBullard of St. Cloud now is the department The Thursday telegraph filings
learn of his death.
should Dr. Kollock
I you join the Orlando Board of journey. and his brotherare
French is announced officially. commander for the ensuing make a record for any day in the his-
Trade. It only takes six or eight owners of a large fruit farm in
I year, Dr. William H. Melrath, of tory of the Tallahassee office of the
lines to make 50 words. That is an SPLENDID MUSIC AT PRESBYTERIAN the West and will remain there until
Jacksonville, being elected to the office
Western Union Telegraph company,
German Submarine Sinks a French easy way to get a five dollar piece of CHURCH after the harvest. :Many: friends of
of senior
vice-commander.
this volume of
and the handling of
Ship Off the Isle of WightLe I art. If you don't care for statuaryyou his estimable wife will be pleased to
Tampa was selected for the next I work in a day is testimonial to the
Treport. France, April 10.-The can win a $;) costume from the The music at the Presbyterian learn that Mrs Kollock will not leave
j encampment to be held early in April, ability and service of the telegraph
French three-masted ship Chateau- I 1916. I Dickson-Ives company, or a $5; gold employes. church this evening will include two Orlando for some time, and may in

briand, from London for, New York, I I Elections were also held by the piece from DeWitt Miller, or $5; worth company There are four men in the press splendid solos from Haydn's "Crea- all probability, remain throughout the

with a cargo of chalk, was sunk by: a Woman's Relief of gas from Joe Cheney, or a year's tion," sung by :Mr.: Carr, and the fine year.
| Corps, :Mrs.: Agnes E. bureau handling the legislative work:
German submarine off the Isle of subscription to the old hymn, "The Heavens Are Tell-
Daily Sentinel, by: -----
) Levermore of St. Cloud being elected John McWhorter and John C Trice
Wight, at 11 a. m. Thursday. The 'as the department president, and at I writing 50 words on other topics. De- for the TimesUnion; C. F. Johnson, ing" sung by the choir and congrega- LARGE DELEGATION GOES TO
r saved. Witt :Miller's: $5 gold tion. There is uplift and
crew was piece to inspirationin
goes DAYTONA
:the elections held by the Ladies of for the Tampa Tribune, :Miami: Her-
Captain Gror.din and the tweny- I the one suggesting the best sloganfor such music. The great Haydn got
the Grand Army of the Republic :Mrs.: ald and Orlando Sentinel, and OscarM.
four aboard the vessel the Board of Trade. It is inspiration for the oratorio from
men were given -, all I This
Emma Robertson, of St. Petersburg, Johnson of the Jacksonville :Metropolis : Orlando Knights Templar will he
ten minutes by the German commander easy money lying around waiting to :Milton's: "Paradise Lost." It is con-
was elected president. Pensacola Journal and Tam- largely represented at the conventionto
to l lunch their two bo. 3. be earned. Only four days left. Get ceded to be his masterpiece.
beheld
pa Times.STILL in Daytona next week and
The Chateaubriand was then torpe !1 HOLDEN HOUSE TO HAVE ADDITION busy now. many cars gaily decorated with Or-
doed. After about all the If : are unfamiliar with the de-
: drifting i you OVERSTREET TO VIRGINIAMr.
i MANY NEW FACES IN lando and K. A colors and pennantswill
rest of the day and all that nightin tails Fee article concerning contest in
ORLANDO make the trip from this city,
bitter cold weather and without i Workmen have begun the erection toda -'s Sentinel, on page 2. :: :M.: O. Overstreet will leave to- leaving on :Monday: morning. Del--!

food, the crew sighted the French ,:of a large concrete block addition to Many of the winter visitors and day for Norfolk, Va., where he will gates from St. Cloud, Kissimmte,

coast yesterday morning, landing the popular Holden House on Court MAJOR STEINMETZ IN ORLANDO residents are taking the trains for attend the National Box and Crate Eustis, Sanford and DeLand will join

here safely. | street. This house has had a large the North, but there are still many Manufacturers' Association, which the Orlando delegates and add to the

The Chateaubriand, a ship of 2.021 | patronage the past winter and the I Major J. B. Steinmetz, one of We- new faces seen on the streets each meets in that city Tuesday. :Mrs.: colors and attractions of the trip.

tons, sailed from London April 4. proprietors, the Misses Holden, expect kiwa's popular and substantial citi- day and people from all sections of Overstreet will accompany her hus-

'I "zens, mingled business wiht pleasure band. After the Old Domin-
the new addition will place them the countare looking over Orlando I leaving BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERSHIPWILL

CARL DAXX IS A BUSY MAX i in position to largely increase their in Orlando yesterday. On his return and Orange county with a view to ion State, they will go to New York SOON REACH 300
I to Orange county's famous watering
:business another season. settlement. city. MARK
Carl Dann camps and does busines I'place he was accompanied by :Mr.: W. i .

at the time. lIe has sold lots I C. Essington, who will spend the day.
same to Ii ORLANDO SCHOOLS ATTRACT I POLICE COURT YESTERDAYOne GOES FOR ONE OF SEVERAL The Board of Trade now has 210
Mr. Warren, of Guilford, :Mass.: and VISITORS I with his wife, who has been visiting REASONS The
members th.
campaign during >
Mrs. of Atlanta Ga. :Mr.: II I the :Misses: Steinmetz. :
Droege ,
drunk and one obscene and pro- "'That orchestra' at the Grand the past week has resulted in many new

Warren buys in Colonial Hills and the I' There are still quite a number of fane language case constituted y e- atre," said a man last night, "is worth members, five joining yesterday. They

latter bought on Lake Conway. winter visitors in the city who will FEDERAL LEAGE OPENED terday's session of police court. the price of admissoin alone. With were:

I' remain until the close of the school. YESTERDAY good air, the pictures thrown in, com- I Westcott, C. G., automobile mfg.

150 Cosmopolitans for :May.: :Mc-: Orlando's splendid schools are the Chicago 3, St. Louis 1. TilE WEATHER fortable seats, and 'that orchestra' Haw ley, D. L*, cigars
Clure's Kansas City 0, I Newell, S. A., ass't cash'r State Bk.
Monday. Come and see us. means of keeping good Pittsburg 8.
many people
Florida: Generally fair Sunday and Orlando has a theatre equal to the
Curtis & O'Neal Brooklyn 13 Buffalo 9. Nolan, Geo. E. cash'r O. B. & T. Co.
Orange avenue. ]here during the school period. Newark 7, Baltimore 5. Monday. .best. IJemsrn, Dean II. It, Episcopal ch.r. .



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for you is the WeDington. With if,you can be sure ScrapBook Considerable TRADE interest CONTEST has been SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS :

of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't have the aroused in the contest conducted by
slightest trouble keeping Wellington clean and the Sentinel to increase the member-
tractable. Saliva cant get to the fire to boil and ship in the Board of Trade. Several Garden and Field Seed
Harvey's Joke on the President. answers have been receivedmoreare ;
splutter. !
You know of course that Colonel desired. Sit down today and sendin
Harvey recently visited President Wil- your efforts. The contest will close ,.
son at the White House and that these April 15 and prizes will be awarded. I :
two keen wits bad a session together. The following prizes will be g \-en.
Well, official etiquette forbids divulgence Here is the list:
of presidential conversations For the best fifty word article on Golden Dent Corn, quart ---------________________10c I
but friend of friend of "Why you should join the Orlando ; Hickory King Corn quart .1
a a a prominent _10c
Board of Trade, \*! S. Branch bookstore
is made on the correct pipe principle. It wont inmate of the White House says that $5 piece of statuary, "Esmer- Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart _15c i I
I little bird told him that Mark Twain's alda." Address all letters "Join," f
foul and it cant clog. Come in and pick the > to
on name came up in some connection and The Sentinel.For Country Gentleman Corn, quart ----______________15c
shape you Lie best-every one a master-pipe. Colonel Harvey remarked casually that the best fifty word article on White Dent Corn, quart _lOc 1 I
25c, 35c, 50c up. "The best for the Orlando Board
there still lire persons who had ne"erheard way Hasting Prolific Corn ____ I
of Trade to advertise Orlando" Joe quart ------- _________25c
Made In of the great humorist. The
Look them over at the AmericaGOOD president found this almost incredible. Cheney, O. W. and L. Co., $5 worthof Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. ------____________10c !
Address all letters to "Best
"Oh. yes." tHe colonel continued. Way gas.," The Sentinel. I Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

"Only yesterday here in Washington. For the best Orlando Board of I Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c, 3 quarts $1.00
AND BAD CIGAR STOREOUR I met such a one. He was an office Trade slogan DeWitt Miller, of the
seeker. lIe declared positively he had Wyoming hotel $5 in jrold. Addressall Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans -quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

never heard of Mark Twain. I asked letters to "Slogan," The Sentinel. Lima Beans, quart _.-----------_________30c
him about Tom Sawyer. No, he had For the best fifty word article on
never beard of him. either. Nor Uuck "How the women of Orlando can as- Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 33>
MOTTO : Finn? No, never. Nor Pudd'uhead sist the Board of Trade," Marion Ives Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. ---------_________G3c .
of the Dickson-I\es Co., a $5 costume.
Wilson? 'Oh dear, yes,' he ejaculated Address all letters "Women," The Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ----------_________60c

Small Profits and Quick Returns.' 'voted for him.'" Sentinel.For Tom Watson Melon Seed, Ib _______75c
of ---------------
And the delight did
president's roar the best fifty word article on
not diminish in the least when Colonel "Why the Board of Trade is Orlando's Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c
Have them? Our feeds. Have them?
you seen you got Harvey continued softly "And: the i most potent and valuable asset," The Black Eye Peas -----______________________quart, 18c
Our prices. The former will please you; the latter will office seeker added wistfully, that's Sentinel, oneear's daily subscription. -
surprise you. EVERYDAY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY all the good it done me.New York I The. Sentinel.Address all letters to "Why," Whipporvvill Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 23c

Mail.
HERE.
Any ladies' hat in the store for $1,
the Past.
Forget
THE CO-OPEHATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. Rise If the past detains you; at Boardman's. 4-9-3t City Drug Store
Her sunshine and storing forget.
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 No chains so unworthy to hold you A spring attachment to hold a T

Sad As or those bright of a she vain is regret.lifeless ever. square firmly against a drawing J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA. ,

Cast her phantom arms away. board has been patented by a Penn-
Nor look back save to learn the lesson sylvanian.In .

Our New"Eola" Letter File Of a nobler-strife today.

spring thoughts of business
Jarred His Dignity. men
: James G. Blaine used to tell a story turn to good printing-the Sentinel
Is proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart-
showing the contrast between senato- does the work.Don't .
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually GOfS
rial dignity and presidential simplicity. JONES ; JUST THE SAME
easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young
He was a member of a joint committee overlook the want ads.
lady can open them with perfect ease. to wait upon the president. Senator -

These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for Foote of Vermont,. one of the most

p 35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter dignified of men. was chairman.On Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST

# files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the being ushered into the presenceof
, name. President Lincoln Mr. Foote Involun- :

tarily struck an attitude and said in My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen '
his stateliest manner. "Mr. President. 113 S. Orange Ate., over Curtis &
W. S. BRANCH, we have been appointed a committeeon O'Neals. months has not changed its schedule, butt leaves ..at the .

i. THE ARCADE BOOK A MUSIC STORE the part of the two houses of con- same time it always has.
gress to apprise you that they have
. met and organized and are ready to
receive any communication which it Dr. S. S. Jones TIME TABLE

may be your pleasure to make to

them." CHIROPRACTOR r Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, Tbe Jeweler.
Mr. Lincoln stepped up and. taking
, CAREY HANDFUNERAL him familiarly by one button, said graduate Davenport College, 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth
"Now look here. (o'oote.lt it is a matterof building; phone WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
life and death with you I can send i I 209. Intelligent people everywhere Read Down Read Up
are being restored to health by chiro-
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my message in today, but if it isn't I .
practic adjustments, the new scienceof
DIRECTORAND should like to keep it till tomorrow to removing the cause of disease. Examination I\1.A.l\1.! P. 1\1. A.l\1. P.l\1.lp. 1\1.
slick it up a little." free. 12-21-lmo
EMBALMER I Orlando 6:3o'Io:15' 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00

Taken by Surprise. Ocoee 7:30,Il.I5 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00 '
There are some hospitable creatures
W. Winter Garden 7.t5ill:3o 4:30 8.15 12.15 4.45
who are greatly disturbed if they can-
All calls answered Promptly Day not meet every demand made on them Oakland J 8:00-: : 4:30 I 8.00- 4.30
, although:; there are cases when it is
ridiculous to expect them to be able to -- ---- -- -- ---- -
Night. Hand Block.
or be equal to the occasion. Recently a

barn took tire on a large estate, and
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
f Orlando Florida. the firemen of the village worked hard
to put out the flames. After it was all
, over the husband asked the fire fighters Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa

PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, into the house to partake of coffee : this the
t and whatever edibles were on hand. X:3 hiddenbaffling J. W. HURLEY
. His wife welcomed the men with
secretof
steaming cups of coffee doughnutsand MANAGERORLANDO
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I pies. Then she said apologetically my'steriousBlackBox- I
kc c "Oh, If I had only known this was ? I ,
going to happen I would have bad a low did a woman, I Ii
or a man,come to be Ii i
lot of things baked up!" in the ape man's I i
home-a piano box in the jungle?
Riley and the Scotchman. See The Black Box and in every ROOFINGAND
: SA.Y : Eugene Field was fond of relatingthe heart-gripping scene you will find your-
of James Whit- self completely puzzled,and then fascinated -
following story
when you learn why.Here's .
comb Riley: To beguile the tedious- 15-week
a magnificent moving
. Mr. Business Man I will ness of the return voyage from Eu- picture that will grip you, fascinate SHEET METAL CO.
rope it was proposed to give a concertin you, thrill you. Take the wife and the
the saloon of the ship an entertain- kiddies or your sweetheart. See it.
offer for ten days to subdivide Don't
/ ment to which all capable of amusing miss it. Tell your friends to--

the their fellow passengers should con Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
: property corner ,
tribute. Mr. Riley was asked to recite The BLACK

i Orange Avenue Jack- some of his original poems and of BOXThe 1 and Rubber Roofings
course be cheerfully agreed to do BO. Photoplay Serial Supreme i I
and Boone in Among the number present at this IS Episodes-one a week
streets Metal
son midocean entertainment,. over which I i Cornices, Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Ceilings

r F parcels to suit purchaser. the Kev. Myron Reed presided, were Roof Garden Theatre
two Scotchmen very worthy gentlemen ORLANDO
Church St. -
Works 14 E.
r Look the matter over. en route from the land o' cakesto :
the land of biscuits on a tour of r. UN I RSAL
investigation. These twain shared the
enthusiasm with which the auditors

applauded. lUley's charming reel. I .
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reputed for uncouthness and savagery.
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tradesman i suid be sic a bonnie poet?**
{ "And Is he Indeed a tradesman?"
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him as the Hoosier poet? Just think
I! of it,. mon-just think of sic a gude CREAM call for HAND'S. If
i Hammond Gore i' poet dividing his time making hoo- you don't believe that we take Clubthe

siery!" greatest care in its manu'We make our Ice Cream from Church Social .

r I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.3 I I' One on the Rector. facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All

i The little daughter of a local clergy- make it. You will be surprised School Social
man has reached the age where big cans moulds and everythingUSH
! REAL VALUES LOW PRICES at the care every detail is given.
;i words are apt to floor her and where in the manufacture of our Lodge
she is very sensitive to the remarks of j i Any kind you want any time
i COMPARE, : an older brother. Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilized.
1 you want it. In any quantity Picnic
Not long ago she came running to .
her father. from a quart up.

I OUR FURNITUREWe I names."Papa" papa. George called me You are cordially invited to Order Hands Pure

provide the quality i ofcfurniture'that has long "Why. what.did Georgia sayr inspect our factory at any

been accepted' by knowing furniture buyers as the "Oh" said: the little girl with a I time. Ice Cream

standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. strong expression of disgust, "he saidI I '

It wouldD't:be here were it otherwise. We ca ('t make practiced what I preached! I don't. i -----
this point too clear-it is oue of the foundat on stones do I?"

of this business, and that means much to any buyer. "Well my child. I"-
I I "But I don't do L papa? I don't HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
any more than you do do I?"

MeNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK And then the rector choked up. But
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At The Churches Hotel
ALLIANCE in Europe of children less than one BEATTY-"THE DEFENDER leon's. He resembles Bonaparte, too, Empire

, 22 Pine Street) year old and Norway the smallest. in his great staying power. After

FIRST METHODIST: CHURCH Preaching by pastor, Sundays, 3:30 seven months of work in which he has

John(Corner B. Main and Jackson Sts.) i.and Sunday'i:30 p.school m. 2:30 p. m. After billiard balls are made theyare OF BRITAIN"London. !I I spent two hours in all with his family rn rn
Ley
pastor. I meetings, Tuesday, 7:30 'and times has worked
Bible school. 9:45 a. m. C. E. How- Prayer ; seasoned at a temperature of 70 many twenty-I SUNDAYCDIhNER
ard, superintendent. Organized classes. I Wednesdays, 3 p. m. degrees for a year before being used. Britain"that ,I four hours a day, his grip on his job I DUG 3U(G
7:30
Bible study, Thursdays, p. m. -"The defender of ,
Fine music.Preaching I We welcome to service. !is as strong as ever. Like the great I
11 and 7:30 you every is the title sentimental and i
a. m. p. m. en-
French he
the "A I -o-- Electric traction has been appliedto i conqueror, seems to be impervious -I
by Morning subject,
pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH thusiastic Englishmen are bestowing ; 12 to 2
Sacramental Meditation." Parents one of Spain's most important min- ; to fatigue. p.m.
I John W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.W. I
should arrange to have their children R. O'Neal, superintendent of eral carrying railroads. on Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty, i Cream of Chicken Soup
who are members of the church, especially Sunday school. professional infant prodigy. Longone There are nearly 800 known varieties Celery Pickles

those who have recently Subject of morning sermon, "The of roses and more than 400 different Baked Sea Bass Tomato Sauce
joined remain, or accompany them to I Boys' fine suits, sizes 12 to 16, at of the most popular-as he is the ,

_ this service. One Evening Mediator., "Theistic Views. half price, at Boardman's. 493tStopListen wealthiest-mah in the British navy, chrysanthemums. Roast Chicken, Sage Dressing,

Junior League, 2:30 p. m. Senior Forrest Dabney Carr, director of his two victories of Heligoland Bight 1-0-1 i Brown Gravy

League, 6:30 p. m. I th echoir. and the East Coast raid engagementin Roast Beef, au Jus

"Bee Subject Hives of and pastors Honey evening Makers.sermon" Miss Roberta L. Branch, organist.At which the Bluecher was sunk, have :wilted flowers upon which cold water Compote of Rice with Peaches

t Mrs. Murphy will sing an offertory row evening the Presbyterian Mr. Forrest church Dabney tomor-Carr raised him to a pitch in the civilian's will have no effect.A Mashed Potatoes

solo.Public will sing two selections from "The estimation which certainly was not I. --o- Spiced Yams
invited.UNITARIAN
cordially Creation," and the choir will sing that Creamed Cauliflower
excelled by Sir Francis Drake or Lord Kansan has invented a machine
grand old hymn, "The Spacious Firm- The new brick highway to TAFT is Green Peas
CHURCH I I Nelson. that attaches wall paper directly to a ,
ament High, from the same ora-
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) torio.Haydn's. on under construction. The road from Stilled forever are the murmurs wall from the roll. I Strawberry Ice Cream Cake

Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. "Creation" easily ranks as Orlando has been posted. You can that the Marshall Field millions -oAn I Cheese Crackers
Subject of morning sermon, "The one of the world's greatest musical easily see where to drive your auto Coffee Tea
which his wife him had lit-
brought a
Ethical Teaching of eorge Eliot. compositions. The author got his electric flat iron has been madeof
Unity Circle Wednesday after- theme from Milton's "Paradise Lost" I lor team. tle too much to do with his astonishing glass so that it can be turned on
noon dramatic reading by Miss Gor- I Monday and Tuesday is the day, The government of Colombia will
; and the success of the oratorio was rise in rank. It is not going too end and used as a lamp.
don. immediate from its first public per- 10:30 is the hour. BE ON HAND. far to predict too, that the place now establish a national institute of agri-
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-oCIiRISTIAN- formance, which was in 1799.A Business property, home sites,small taken will culture and an experimental farm.I .
SCIENCE at court by Lady Beatty
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farms, will be sold to highest bidder
school at 9:45 a. m. I -
Sunday NEGRO LECTURERDr. affect favorably the social position of
Services at 11 a. m.; subject "Are Alonzo P. Holly is visiting this without reserve. TO BOTH WHITE all Americans in London. water makes an effective cement for i I Tests in Germany have shown that
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Sin, Disease, and Death service Real?at 7:45. city. He is a son of the late BishopJ. AND COLORED PEOPLE. WE Now that "Davy" has "made good," mending broken alabaster. I pens made of tantalum outwear those
Wednesday evening T. Holly, the first Negro elevatedto HAVE EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OF -oIn -- 'made of steel or gold.
Third floor, corner South Orange the of the Protestant to quote the Americanese of one of
Entranceon bishopric ALL WE OFFER FOR SALE. a new claw hammer the notch I
avenue and Church street. -0I -
Episcopal church of the United States. Selfridge's staff, many are recallingthe
Church street. YOUR PRICE IS OUR PRICE. for drawing nails is in one side and
His father well known to Bishop
was prophetic words penned by Filson Tiny knobs are attached to the
LUKE-lTcATHEDRAL Gray and Bishop Mann, and once Taft is bound to be a thriving agri- the end is sharpened for cutitng. I of knifeso
the blades
ST. Young in March, 1913. He wrote: backs of a new
in Westminster Abbey, Eng-
preached cultural center-far from
The Very Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. land, by invitation of the Archbishopof enough "David Beatty is too young to be I that they may be opened more
Easter. Orlando and Kissimmee to make
after a
First Sunday Canterbury, in 1879. even a name to the man in the street, Co. easily.
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. He will lecture at the several colored good sized city. Many people from Forage Grocery
school 9:45. I but those who do not know him lookto -oA -
Sunday ,
churches in Orlando on Sunday, Northern States have secured large
Morning prayer and sermon, 11. 11th nistant, on the subject, "The him for more than a name--for hot water bottle held against a
of land that will be drained
Evening prayer and address, 730. Negro in the Bible." acreage ;I the highest fame, if time and the MONDAY SPECIALS, plaster'a few minutes will
Rev. R. P. Cobb, of the Cathedral in a few months and placed in culti- porous
school, will preach in the morning.CATHOLIC I vation. I!hour are favorable. No one knows 1 3 lb. can desert peaches ______ .17 soften it and facilitate its removal.

NEWEST NOTES OF SCIENCE Beatty has any doubts or fears for 3 cans 3 lb. tomatoes __________ .25
CHURCH I Demonstration farms to be locatednear him. He will 'make good.' Perhaps Fresh country butter, per Ib____ .30 I Men's $1.50 Eclipse shirts at $1
Mass, 6:30 a. m. by that every one may know Fresh country eggs, per doz..20 while they last, at Boardman's.
In Holland a food syrup is being there will be nothing for some years
High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. .just WHAT TO GROW AND HOW Best pink salmon, per can______ .10 4-9-3t
Sermon, adminstration of the Sac- made frof potato flour. !TO GROW IT. but brief sentences in the small type Hams, hams, hams, per lb.______ .18

rament of Confirmation at 2 p. m. devoted to naval intelligence. But to Breakfast bacon, per lb. _______ .22
Right Rev. W. J. Curley, D. D., The world's production of artificialsilk 'I If you wait for completion of brick such as can discern his movements in Kingan's sliced bacon, per box__ .30 According to a Washington physician -

bishop of St. Augustine, will officiate I road, drainage, demonstration farm, Full cream cheese, per lb. ______ .20 it is as much intemperance to
and preach at all servicesAll is about 20,000,000 pounds a year. and other developments before buyingyou that I say, 'Keep your eyes on Beat- Large pail Snowdrift __________$1.00 overeat as to drink too much. Many
welcome. ty.'" 4 lb. pail Snowdrift __________ .40
will pay many times more for ________ people who claim to be strictly tem-
The oil wells of the United States, Great Britain so far has scored Lard compound, per lb. .10
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHAt now in operation, number almost 150- same property that you can buy Mon- three great naval successes, of these 50 lb. can lard compound ______ 4.25 perate in what they drink suffer from
( the Grand) ,day or Tuesday at YOUR OWN Good green coffee, per Ib. ______ .15 ailments brought on by gormandizing.
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D. 000. PRICE. two were won by ships under Beatty'shand. Fresh ground loose coffee, per lb. .18 Temperance in all things is a good
-0- If Sir John Jellico were injured 4 packages Quaker corn flakes__ .25
pastor.Mr. 1 I FREE BARBECUE BOTH DAYS.COME 6 Van Camp's cream_____ .45 rule to follow, as other physicians
large
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent I| Russia has 137 central electric stations or otherwise incapacitated for
of the school. I 12 small Van Camp's cream ___ .45 would say, if asked.
Sunday ONE COME ALL!
serving nearly 15,000,000 per- his high office, British popular opin-
We extend a most cordial invitationto 4 cans La Panza peas _________ .25
the public to attend all our services sons. I Penny Bros. and Thomas Bros., cel- ion would clamor loudy that Beattyebe 3 cans Everyday peas _________ .25
If you have no church home I -o- ebrated auctioneers, will be there. put in his place. 3 cans good syrup ____________ .25 The chief of the St. Louis detective

here, come and be "at home" with us. Flesh eating animals have the sense Richardson Bros. concert band will Sir David comes from a famous 3 cans Campbell's soups _______ .25 force puts out this chunk of wisdom:
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. 3 bottles catsup _______________ .25 asked what is the
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. i of smell .betetr developed than vege- entertain you with good music. sporting family Wexford, Ireland, 3 bottles pickles ______________ .25 "I am frequently
m., with he pastor in charge. table eaters. I GREENBACKS, GOLD AND SILVER and his air and movement show his 6 cans potted ham ____________ .25 type of man who goes wrong. The

Morninrfjfeermon, "The Hands of -oAn given away. Every one has an breeding. His step is lithe, and almost 6 cans sardines _______________ .25 answer is that there is no particulartype.

Jesus. *\rening subject, "What Is apple eaten before breakfast equal chance, whether bidder or birdlike. He gives the impres- Nuts, all varieties, per lb. ______ .15 There is a clear type of man
a Man Worth?" spec- Lemons, per doz. ______________ .15 however.
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., in serves as a natural stimulant for the tator. WILL YOU BE THERE? sion of restrained, wonderful energy 2 large cans of Mallo icing and who never is in trouble,

Baraca Hall (in new church); Mr. digestive organs. which a trained prize fighter exhibitson topping for cakes, pies, and This is the man who lives within his ;

Eugene Reid, president. AMERICAN REALTY & AUCTION entering the ring. On edge all the salads _____________________ .45 means, who saves a part of his earn-

Prayer and fellowship meeting on For several years India has steadily COMPANY, time is Beattye. He has a bull dog We carry a complete line of meats; ings each day and week and year. It ... d
line of feedstuff and
Wednesday night. also a full are
Good music. Attentive ushers. All I increased its production of coal, 4-11-lt Greensboro, N. C. face, a fighting face, which would at- selling at a very low price. does not matter much just so"he lives

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room. Ella pointed to the door. I Together they carried the sleeping der bruised, his head swimming a lit-I "Our friend." he said "Is going; to

fi "Lenora look outside. See if anyOne I girt out of the room into a larger tie. Suddenly a gleam of light be mad enough to walk into hell.

cD BLACKFIRST is on that landing. I fancied that apartment A single electric light was down. A trap-door above his head even, when he finds out what he i i

the door opened. burning the top of a square mirror was slid a few inches back. The flareof I thinks" has happened." 'j

Lenora crossed the room and tried ; fixed upon an easel. Towards this an electric torch shone upon his I It wasn't any of Jimmy lot*"

the handle. Then she turned towards II they carried the girl and laid her in an face, a man's voice addressed him. I Sanford Quest shook his head. I

her mistress In triumph."It easy chair almost opposite to it. "Not the great Sanford Quest! This I "French. he said "keep mum, but it

is locked, my lady," she re- "The battery is just on the left," surely cannot be the greatest detective was the elderly family retainer, Mac- "

) ported. Laura whispered. in the world walking so easily into ; dousal. I felt restless about him

13Q "Go down and ask Macdougal to Quest nodded. j the spider's web!" i lie has lost the Jirl-ht' was married

come up. I am going to have this "Give, me the band:' "Any chance of getting out?" Quest to hei. by the bye-and the jewels,
:No fear of his
thing explained." She turned away for a moment and asked laconically. I slipping awaI fchall"You've ;

Something of her mistress' agita- disappeared in the shadows. Whenshe : "None!" was the bitter reply. i

tion seemed to have become commu- returned, she carried a curved "You've done enough mischief. You're

nfcated to Lenora. band of heath' lest took it there to rot!" '
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.Phillipsjjx'nhe m She walked quickly to the back partof fro- ,v oy means of a ;, "Why this animus against me, my I;I

''Or.*- *" ----.- the hotel and ascended to .' of .ire to me battery, ana with' friend Macdougal?" Quest demanded. k.
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in which the servants' quar ? were firm, soft fingers slipped it on to ;i "You and I have never come up

INSTALLMENT "You will take your own maid with situated. Here she made her way Lenora's forehead. Then he stepped against one ano w did" I : ..

back."Shes. along a corridor until she reached you i u ->
you, of course, Lord Ashleigh contin
ued. "Lenora is a good girt and I am Macdougal's room. She knocked, and a subject Laura-I'm sure years ago. or your friends, but you'e

""SANFORO QUEST", CRIMINOLOGY sure she will look after you quite well, knocked again. There was no answer. of it! Now for our great experiment!" ,, suffered nothing through me."
.
but i have decided to supplement Le- She tried the door and found it was They watched Lenora intently. !1 "If I let you go," once more came .
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"Lenora," Quest said slowly and'' the man's voice "I know well .a
nora's surveillance over comfortby locked. Then she returned to the lift very in
The young man from the West had sending with your and descended once more to the floor firmly, ").our mind is full of one sub :' what chair I shall be sitting beforea
you also a sort of
arrived in New York only that after- ject. You see mistress her month has I
courier and general attendantwhomdo upon which her mistress' apartmentswere your in passed. am James Mac
noon, and his cousin, town born and you think' Well Macdougal. He situated. She opened the door chair by the fireside. She is toying dougal, Mr. Sanford Quest, and I have

bred, had already embarked upon the has lived in New York for some of the suite without knocking and with her diamonds. Look again. She got the Ashleigh diamonds, and I have
years,
task of showing him the grea city. and you will doubtless find this a turned at once to the sitting room. lies there dead! Who was it enteredthe settled an old grudge, if not of my own

They occupied a table in a somewhat I IYork's great advantage Ella." "I am sorry. my lady-" she began. room Lenora? Look! Look! of one greater than you. That's all.

insignificant corner of one of New Ella glanced over her shoulder at Then she stopped short. The lift Gaze into that mirror. What do you A pleasant night to you!"

most famous roof garden res-1' the two servants who were standing boy, who had had a little trouble with see there'?" I I I I The door went down with a bang.

taurants. The place was crowded ( discreetly in the background. Her his starting apparatus and had not as The girl's eyes had opened. They |I "A perfect oubliette," he remarked

with diners. There were many notabilities eyes rested upon the pale expressionless yet descended heard the scream were fixed now upon the mirror-dis-1 I. to himself, as he held a match over

to be pointed out. The town I face of the man who during the which broke from her lips and a fire- tended, full of unholy things. '1 his head a moment or two later, "built

young man "was very busy. last few years had enjoyed her fa man in an adjacent corridor came run "Try harder, Lenora,"' he muttered, for.the purpose. It must be the house

"Tell me. the country cousin Inquired ther's confidence.For ning up almost at the same moment. his own breath laboring. "It is therein we failed to find which Bill Taylor
"who is the at table by I I!
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a moment a queer sense of ap- Lenora was on her knees by her mis- your brain! Look! ,i i used to keep before he was shot
himself? The waiters speak to him
I pr"' ension troubled her. Was it true, tress' side. Ella was still lying in the For a single second the smooth sur- ,i Smooth brick walls, smooth brick floor,
as though he were a little god. Is hea face of the mirror obscured. i 1 i
she wondered, that she did not like the easy-chair in which she had been was A only exit twelve feet above one's head.
millionaire, or a judge, or what?
man? She banished the thought al- seated but her head was thrown backin room crept dimly like a picture into Human means, apparently, are useless.

," "You're in luck Alfred, the New most as soon as it was conceived. an unnatural fashion. There wasa being, a fire upon the hearth, a girl Science you have been my mistress all

Yorker declared.man In "That's New York-one the most interesting of "You are spoiling me, daddy," Ella red mark just across her throat. leaning back in her chair. A doorin my days. You must save my life now

sighed. Lenora shrieked, "She's fainted! the background opened. A man or lose an earnest disciple."

R the That's most Sanford interesting Quest"r in the world. "If you think so now," he remarked, And the diamonds-the diamonds have stole out lie crept nearer to the girl I I I Quest felt in his overcoat pocket

r "Who's he?" "I do not know what you will say tome gone!" -his eyes fixed: upon the diamonds, a :1; and drew out the small hard pellet -

presently." A doctor, hurriedly summoned, had thin, silken cord twisted round his lie gripped it in his fingers stoodas 1<
"Sanford Quest is the
greatest master -
r in the world has He laid upon the table a very fa just completed a hasty examination wrist Suddenly she saw him-too nearly as possible underneath the

s known.criminology lie is scientist ever miliar morocco case, stamped with a when a police inspector, followed by a late! His hand was upon her lips, spot from which he had been projected -
a magician, a ,
le' coronet. detective, entered. his face seemed to start almost from coolly swung his arm back and
I the Pierpont :Morgan of his profes- tl tlI
t sion." "Our diamonds!" Ella exclaimed. "This is your affair gentlemen. not the mirror-then blackness! flung the black pebble against the -

"The Ashleigh diamonds!" mine," the doctor said gravely. "The Lenora opened her eyes. She was sliding door. The explosion which followed -I :
"Say, do you mean that he is a detective _
?" The necklace lay exposed to view, young lady is dead. She has been still in the easy-chair before the fire. shook the very ground under "_

the wonderful stones flashing in the cruelly strangled within the last five "Mr. Quest!" she faltered. his feet For minutes afterwards "
i- "Yes, he said simply "you can call Had a Rough Time, Lenora.
him subdued light or ten minutes." He looked up from some letters everything around him seemed to
that-just in the same that
way "In New York The made careful which he had been studying."I I rock. Then Sanford
Lord Ashleigh continued inspector a exam- |I Quest emerged. have
him
you could call Napoleon a soldier or here at the time I told
, Lincoln "it Is the custom to wear jew- ination of the room. am so sorry, he said politely. "I i'i dusty but unhurt, and touched a constable "
, a statesman. He is a detective I you.
F elry in public more, even than'in this "Tell me" he inquired, "is this the really had forgotten that you were ,., on his arm.
if you like to call him that the "You've a way of your own of doing
master detective in the world." country. Allow me!" young lady who owned the wonderful here. But you" know-that you have ;I;; "Arrest me," he ordered. "I am San these things, Mr. Quest," the inspector -

When Sanford Quest entered his He leaned forward. With long, caps Ashleigh diamonds?" been to sleep? ford Quest. I must be taken at once admitted grudgingly.

house ble fingers he fastened the necklace "They've gone!" Lenora shrieked. "Can I go now?" she asked. to headquarters." "
an hour later be glanced into "Mostly lucky, Quest replied. "Take
two of the : around his daughter's neck. "They've been stolen! She was wear- "Certainly, Quest replied. "To tell They found a cab without much dif
the
rooms on ground floor a cigar and so long, inspector. They
in which telegraph and telephone "It is our farewell present to you," ing them when I left the room!" you the truth, I find that I shall not ficulty. It was five o'clock when they
op- want me to talk to Chicago ,
Lord Ashleigh declared. The inspector turned to the .tele need to ask you those questions after reached the central police station. on an-
erators sat their "
at instruments.Then other little piece of business. .
by means of a small lift, he as- Ella, impelled by some curious impulse phone. 'all. A messenger from the police sta- i Inspector French happened to be just It was a few minutes before mid' .

cended to the top story and entereda which she could not quite un "Mr. Marsham," he said, "I am night when Quest
derstand afraid this will be difficult affair. I parted the curtainsof
large apartment wrapped in gloom glanced quickly around to a
a room on the ground floor of his
until, as he crossed the threshold he where the manservant was standing. am going to take the liberty of callingin house in *
touched the switches of the electric For once she saw something besides an expert. That you, exchange? I Georgia square, and looked
into the
out snow-white sheet
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lights. One realized then that this want number one, New York city- he turned around and addressed the

was a man of taste. Quest drew Mr. Sanford Quest"CHAPTER
up
figure lying
y f as though asleep upon the
an easy chair to the wide-flung win- I s weJ 2_ sofa by the fire.

dow, touching a bell as he crossed the IV. "
"Lenora, he said Tarn going outStay
room: In a few moments the door was I
here If you please, until I re
opened and closed noiselessly. A There seemed to be nothing at all : i "
turn.
original in the methods pursued by '
young woman entered with a bundleof
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the great criminologist when confronted : lie left the room. For a few momenb
papers.
The criminologist glanced throughthe with this tableau of death and ;t there was a profound silence.
j ; Then a white face was pressed againstthe
papers quickly. "No further inquiries robbery. His remarks to the Inspector -
Laura?" t&ijpi were few and perfunctory. He' window. There was a crash of
It F glass. A man covered with snow
She left the room almost noiselessly. asked only a few languid questions of '
Macdougal and Lenora who were sprang into the apartment. TT> moved

"THE TENEMENT HOUSE MYSTERY I summoned to his presence. swiftly to the sofa, and somethingblack

." I Macdougal then turned to leave the and ugly swayed in his hand

room. Lenora was about to follow : a.- "So you've deceived me, have y*u'"

CHAPTER I. but Quest signed to her to remain. ; he panted. "Handed over the jewels,

"I should like to have a little con chucked me, and given me the double

versation with about mistress >, cross! Anything to say?"
"This habit of becoming late for you your

breakfast," Lady Ashleigh remarked, ," he said to her pleasantly. "If k Macdougal leaned forward, his

as she sat down the coffee pot, "is I you don't mind, I will ask you to accompany I white face distorted with passion. The
in I send- 3 life-preserver bent and quivered be-
growing upon your father. Any news, i me my car. will
dear?" I the man back with you." t hind him, cut the air with a swish

Ella glanced up from a pile of correspondence ;: They descended in the lift together and crashed full upon the head.

through which she had wa and Quest handed the girl into his car. The man staggered back. The

been looking a little negligently. II They drove quickly through the silent i, weapon fell from his fingers. For a

"None at all, mother. My corre- streets. 1 I moment he was paralyzed. There was

spondence is just the usual sort of rub- u In a few minutes Lenora was In- no blood upon his hand, no cry-

bish-Invitations and gossip. Such a stalled in chair in sit- silence inhuman unnatural! He

lot of invitations, by the bye." "Our Diamonds!" She Exclaimed. ting-room'e looked again. Then the lights flashedout
"At declared "Lean back and make yourself com- all around him. There were two
Lady Ashleigh
your age 'II
Ashleigh Diamondsl"the "What About the Young Woman the Inspector Asked.
"that is the sort of correspondence fortable," Quest invited, as he took a detectives in the doorway their revolvers

I which you should find interest perfect automaton. His eyes, in chair opposite to her. "I must just I tion has been here. lie says ''I going off duty. He recognized Quest I I covering him-Sanford Quest,

ing.:' stead of being fixed at the back of his look through these papers. have come to the conclusion with a little exclamation. with Lenora In the background In

"You know I am not like that mother master's chair, were simply riveted The girl did as she was told. She well-known of New the sudden illumination Macdougal'shorror
very gang "Got man to bring here"
your me
," she music is opened her coat The room was delightfully turned almost to hystericalrage.
protested. "My really upon the stones. A queer little feelin criminals in this thing. We
are
the only part of life which absolutely of uneasiness disturbed Ella for the warm, almost overheated. A how to track them down all I; from Quest the explained mob." "so as to get away He had wasted his fury upon a

appeals to me. Oh. why doesn't Delaney moment. It passed, however, as in sense of rest crept over her. She was "I now then?" she dummy!
may go "
conscious that Quest had laid down I "Say you've been in trouble! the "Take him, men," Quest ordered
make up his mind and let father glancing away her attention was once with immense relief.

1 r know as he promised! Here more attracted by the sparkle of the the letters which he had been pretending Quest escorted the girl I' into inspector his remarked, leading the way "Hands up, Macdougal. Your number's

comes daddy mum." jewels upon her bosom.CHAPTER to read. His eyes were fixed room. up"
1 opened the front door, blew his
,. Lora Ashleigh loitered for a moment upon her. There was a queer new I I "Bit of an explosion that's all," The handcuffs were upon him be-
tle and his at the
car pulled
l' to raise the covers from the III. look in them, a strange new feeling "Take this lady up he ,! Quest replied. "I shall be all right fore he could move

;, dishes upon a side table. Afterwards creeping through her veins.Quest's "wherever she young wishes. when you've lent me a clothesbrush." "What about the young woman"'*
-
, he seated himself at the table. The streets of New York were covered voice broke an unnatural The girl drove off. Quest 1! 'The Ashleigh diamonds, eh?" the the inspector asked.

I "I heard this morning" he said, with a thin, powdery snow as the silence. the car disappear around the | Inspector asked eagerly.I I I Lenora stood in an attitude of despair -

"from your friend Delarey, Ella. He very luxurious car of :Mrs. Delarey "You are anxious to telephone some- Then he turned slowly and made I shall have them at nine o'clock her head downcast She had

a went into the matter very fully. The drew up outside the front of the Le- one," he said. "You looked at both arations for his adventure. this morning," Sanford Quest prom turned a little away from Macdougal

: substance of it is that for the first land hotel. a little after midnight. Ella the booths as we came through the I "Number 700, New York," he ised, "and hand you over the murderer Her hands were outstretched. It was

year of your musical training he advises leaned over and kissed her hostess. hotel. Then you remembered, I think, tered, half an hour later as somewhere around midnight" as though she were expecting the

New York."I that would be there Tele- i' handcuffs.
"Thank dear much he not yet. *
you, ever so his house. "Beyond Fourteenth
have not finished yet. This cablegram phone now. The telephone is at your "You can let her alone," Sanford
Quest
for your delightful dinner, she exclaimed -a tough neighborhood. ; slept for a couple of hours
," he went on, drawing a little right hand. You know the number." I had bath Quest said quietly. "A wife cannot
"and for bringing me home. I He hesitated for a moment, j a and made a leisurely toilet

slip of blue paper from his pocket, As for the music, well, I can't talk She obeyed almost at once. the articles in his overcoat i! At a quarter to nine he sat down to give evidence against her husband,
"was brought to me this morning' "Number 700, New York city." and besides, I need her. She Is going
about it. I am just going upstairsinto revolver in one, a small piece of i breakfast in his rooms. "
lIe smoothed it out before him and my room to sit and think." I "You will ask" Quest continued, substance in the other. I I "At nine o'clock" he told his serv- to work for me.

read: I "whether he is all right whether the 1 Macdougal was already at the -door
The car rolled off. Ella a large I stepped into his car which ant. "a young lady will calL Bring
jewels are safe. between the two detectives. Ut- *
To Lord Ashleth.. Hamblin Hou e. r>or- umbrella held over her head by the I returned' i i her up. around. His voice Ting
There brief silence then thegirl's was calm almost
a
set. England: I find A magnificent program doorkeeper stepped up the little stripof I was "Where did you leave the shoul'I|, The door was suddenly opened. Lenora clear-calm with ,

arranged for Metropolitan Opera drugget which led into the softly? I voice. lady'?" he asked the chauffeur."In walked in. Quest glanced In surprise concentraHot- of
house this year. Have taken box for "Are you there. James? Yes. hatred.
warmed hall of the Leland. Behind I Broadway, sir. She left at the clock.
your daughter engaged the best: professor I am Lenora. Are safe? Have "You are a wonderful
Mr
I
you man.
In the world! and secured an apart her came her maid, Lenora. and Mac- I boarded a cross-town car. "My fault!" he exclaimed: "We are "
the jewels? Where? Sanford Quest, he said. \akP
you the
ment at the Leland. our most select and dougal who had been riding on the Quest nodded approvingly. ; slow. Good-morning, Miss Lenora!"
comfortable residential i You are sure that are safe? most of your triumph. Your
hotel. Understand box with the chauffeur. He pausedfor you "No finesse," he sighed.CHAPTER '! She Mme is
your brother is still in South America. returning j No. nothing fresh has happened." came straight to the table. She nearly up there Is one coming "hose
early spring but will do best a moment to wipe the snow from i laid a little packet upon the table.
our I "You are at the hotel," Quest said wit and cunning, science and skill are
to make your daughters rear of study as his clothes as Ella crossed the hall to V. Quest opened it coolly. The Ashleigh
"You I all-conquering. He will
softly. to him. bnibb
are going;
pleasant as possible. Adher sail on the left. Lenora turned toward him. I diamonds flashed vou
him. lie
Saturday by Mauretanla. lIe 1' "I cannot sleep," she continued. "I I up at away, Sanford Quest like a fly Wait
whispered in her Sanford Quest
something ear. was naturally led Lenora to a chair and rang a bell. a few weeks."
"On Saturday?" Ella almost For a moment she shook. Then she i I, am coming to you son unaffected by "Prepare a bedroom upstairs," bordered e j i "
She set down the receiver. Quest I "You interest me, Qup;t mur
screamed. turned away and followed her mistress nervous fears of any sort yet "Ask Miss Roche to come
, j leaned a little more closely over her. I mured. 'Tell me some more bout
"I shall now," I )Ashleigh said, upstairs. advanced a couple of :yards : here. Laura" he added. as hisI this master"
great
"You know where the
are
"leave you to talk over and discuss Arrived in her apartment, Ella I jewels hallway of the house which I secretary entered 'wfIJ look afteri (
you I "I shall tell '
] hidden, he said. 'Tell me where? you nothing,
this matter for the rest of the day threw herself with a little sigh of content I just entered without difficulty, he i this young lady?** Macdoug.al -
I Her lips quivered. She made an- replied. "You will hear
At dinner time tonight you can tell me into a big easy" hair before the I swer. no to a standstill, oppressed i A few minutes later Inspector I II you will know nothing. Sudd >ocr' 1ng.

your decision, or rather we will di sfire and gave: herself up for a few moments sense of impending danger. French was announced. Quest noddedi ni you
"Very good." Quest concluded. "You will find :yourself opposed. Y.
cuss it wgether." to reverie. j "Anyone here?" he asked, i in a friendly manner.i -a will
j I struggle-and then the
need tell
not me. Only remember this: end. It i: cer
A log stirred upon the fire. She I i his voice. i ISome coffee inspector?" tain."
.
At nine o'clock tomorrow
CHAPTER II. leaned forward lazily to replace it and I j morning you : There was no d'rect .{, "I'd rather have those diamonds!**
led him
i, will bring those jewels to this apart- They away. Only L ,nora
then <
stopped short. Exactly oppositeto from somewhere he
upstairs
Quest threw them
I lightly across the remained
ment. Rest I sobbing Quest '
; quietly
"I am to take it, I believe," Lord her was a door which opened on I now. half-smothered cry of a table, to her. wer t an
want to to
Ashleigh began after dinner that evening to a back hall. It was used only by I you go sleep. gripped his revolver in his The inspector whistled. I "You've had
She obeyed without hesitation. a rough time "
Lenora
"that have finally decided, the servants. Just as she was in the took I ,
you Quest watched for her a quick step forward. The "And now, French, will you be here he said with strange
Ella, to embrace our friend Delan'y'ssuggestion act of leaning forward Ella became regular breathing. Then a moment he toucheda gave way beneath him. He please, at midnight, with three men, i the brighter genri ness.Perhaps .

and to leave us Saturday" conscious of a curious hallucination. 1 ing Into blackness. armed?" days are COIn-
lug?
bell by his side. Laura entered almost t j'
"If Ella murmured, "Lenora come here at once." The "
you please at once. fall itself was scarcely a "Here? the Inspector repeated. (TO BE CONTINUED. 1
with glowing eyes. The maid hurried in from the next feet lie picked himself up, his ; Quest nodded. I ) ,











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300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 DAILY SPORT LETTER ,team ging outfit had nine in or baseball ten .300 history.hitters The last I II u i.

I year, and the team, as aw hole, averaged -

"BE A SELF STARTER-DONT BY FRANK G. MENKF j close to .300 in clubbing. It I

WAIT TO BE CRANKED" The Famous New York Sporting seems just as strong-even stronger j j
JOIN TIlE BOARD OF Expert. 1-this year than last and the team I TilE BIG STORE

TRADE NOW I that beats Indianapolis probably will ;
The Federal League, which pried !be the team that gets the pennant. I II

the lid off of the 1915 baseball sea- Joe Tinker's Chicago Whales certainly -
(MEMBERS PAID, 1915 I
-- A son, today promises to furnish fan- will be in the fight. Josephus
Ange, J. F.. contractor. dom with the real major league brandof I I has the greatest collection of pitchers
Anderson F. L, grocer. baseball and a real battle for the i i I in the Federal League. He has a fine
Baxter, F. EL, real estate. pennant. Ilot of catchers, a wonderful outfield '

r Beck A. L., Beck B Lumber Co. There are eight clubs in the junior and an amazingly fast infield. \ [ fOR \WOMN% [ MISSES

Blankner F. L. league and eight clubs look to have Those Baltimore fellows who put

Bossier Dr. II. J. dentist. :a chance for the big honors. There up such a game fight in 1914 threatento ,

Beardall, Dr. HaL, physician. i never was a league in which the repeat in 1915. The pitching staff
Brannon, T. c., S. A. L. conductor.J. .
D. Barnes, ell-Duckworth. whole circuit seemed as evenly bal- has been strengthened greatly by the
Dr. R. I*. Buckmaster. osteopath.Nat anced as is the Federal League this addition of "Chief" Bender, the old

Burman, gents' furnishings. year. Athletic star. "Snipe" Conley, a cub AND CtlllDREN
hardware.
Bumby Joe The Pittsburg club, when we saw it last year is to make his debut as a
Butt, Arthur, tax assesosr.
Brokaw, W. II., nurseryman. in its training camp, struck us as be- regular this year and it's a cinch bet
Beeman, II., San Juan hoteL ing one of the best looking outfits : that the kid wonder will win two-

Branch, W. S-, book store. that ever was gathered together. It thirds of his games, at least.
Berry, Bert auto repairs. On 2-nd Floor
Brown T. O., men's clothing. is a team that seems to be strong in Another club to watch is Larry

Bradshaw, J. N., insurance. every department and with a secondary Schlafly's Buffalo aggregation. It is
, Branham, L. G., S. A. L. frt. agt. I outfit almost as powerful as the speedy, it has pitchers that are real r
Beardall, Wm., lawyer. hitters, fast infield with the "Peer-
Barker, Geo. A., painter. first.Then a
Burden, Jas. N, Butt's Candy Kit. there's those Indianapolis less" Hal Chase as its particular star, EXCEPTIONAL SMART GARM l NTS
Beggs, JairTs D., real estate. and a fine outfield. Also it has catchers -
Hdw. Co.
Bumby, A. W.. Bumby that can hit, throw and catch with
Butt, E. W., Butt's Candy Kitchen. Quigg, E. A., livery stable.R .
Brown, C. G. Yowell-Duckw'h Co. the best men in the Business.On .

Beeman Edwin, San Juan hoteL Rogers Fergus & Rogers. paper the St. Louis team doesn't
C Hayborn D. B., Grocery. look overly powerful. But it has a The most advanced styles in new modelsat
Catechis, D. S" restaurant. Rush, Gray Ford dealer.
Cheney, J. Y., O. W. & L. Co. Rogers W. W. San Juan Garage. manager who has the ability to win
Christ, Dr. C D, physician. Rex Walter W, Dickson-Ives Co. pennants no matter what sort of ma-
Curtis & O'Neal, book store. W. H. Reynolds retired. terial he has to operate with. Fielder prices which are substantially Lower
Caruthers & Gore grocers. Robinson, C. B. lawyer.
Jones won a pennant back in 1906
O. W. & L. Co.
Donald,
Cheney Robinson, B. M, county clerk.
.. Chad wick, C. D., real estate. Reese, J. H, ReporterStar.Rose with the White Sox team that never than the customary prices for such -
Cheney, J. M\ O. W. and L. Co. W. W, real estate. looked as good as the Slou-feds do to- garments
Cohoon KobU canning factory. Robinson, O. S, traveling man. day. As the season advances those
Curry, W. K, Curry & Smith Cigar Robertson, \\". H, retired.S .
f'actory.Dean Sloujfeds undoubtedly will improveand of such character and distinction.Values .

D Sallas, S. F. plumber. furnish trouble all the way.
Jas. L, druggist. Starbuck, V. S, lawjer.
The Brookfeds have boy
Daetwjler, K. real estate. Smith. II. A, Orlando Pharmacy. a managerin as usual not to be found in other stores.
Dann, II. Carl, real estate. Self, II. M\ meat market. Lee Magee.\ It is a team of vet-
Davis, W. M.\ stock raiser. Smith. M. M, real estate. erans. But its veterans stil lare great
Davis, G. II, wholesale grocer. Soloman, Ben, dry goods. ball players. The team as aw hole
Dickson, Harry, Dickson-Iies Co. Stalberg, H-, dry goods. hit like a bunch of fiends during the
Dickinson C. .', lawyer. Sligh. S. J, orange grower. BeautifulSummerDresses Smart and Clever Styles j
Dickson-Ives, department store. Smith, W. II-, chief police. training camp season. If it hits with
Dolive S. G, real estate. Sperry, E. F. mayor. only two-thirds of its spring power,
Dow C. I', Peoples National Bank. Schnaar, Jno. insecticide mfg. and if its pitchers show up in the expected In the new nets laces voiles, linens and In wash skirts. Materials of ratine pique,
Davis, E. W. lawyer. Strong, Claud IL. Phillips Mfg. Co. it is certain that the novelty wash ma'terials' poplin, repp, linens and cotton Garbar-
Dale, Fred B, real estate. Steinspring, H. W, wholesale groc. way
dines white and sand.
E. G. Duckworth, YowellDuckw'th.Duke T II Brookfeds will be considerably among The most attractive Frocks we have ever ,
Buford, Duke HalL Turner, J. E, mgr. citrus exchange. (those present. shown, large line, stunning styles just in,
Dolive, Louis, insurance and realty.E Tilden. W. L, lawyer. and range in price from
E Topliff, C. H, restaurant. I The team that George Stovall will $1.25 to $7.00
II. Evans, jeweler. Terry, F. J, monument works. pilot this year under the Newark, N.
Estes, V. W, druggist. Townsend C. S, contractor. I IJ, colors, is another one that looks $3.00 to $15.00
Edwards. Dr. G. II, physician. Tenney Lloyd S, Mgr. Fla. Grow- real ball club. It has -
Eaton, W. 11, Orange grower. ers' and Shippers' League. a everything
Essington. C, The SentineL Thornton. James I, retired. I a ball club needs-speed, good Childrens Dresses
Empie, Jno. F., Spot Cash Grocery.F Tucker J. H, county treasurer. pitchers, batters, a fine infield, a
Vivian, H. A. dairy. steady, hard hitting outfield and a
Ferris, Josiah SentineL W bunch of youths with brains. Stovall's Dresses for all Occasions Large asortment in white and colors in all
Fishback I). E, irrigating plants. Wieninga, B. D, veterinary sur 'n. the late styles, sizes from 4 to 14 years,
Francisco Nick, fruit stand. Woodbury R. C, wholesale grocery. club didn't do so well last year .
}'einber J. L, clothing. Warlow, Judge T. P, county judge. when it represnted Kansas City, but Exclusive styles, a magnificient display.
Father M. Fox, Catholic church. Way, S. Y., insurance. I the team has been strengthened since Just arrived, large line new models, em$1 00 to $5.00
Fiezl, A. A, Orlando Roof & Sheet Waring R. D, real estate. the 1914 season closed. bracing the newest styles in nets, .
Metal\ Co. Woodruff. Seth, stockman.
Fort 1. B, San Juan Garage. Watson W. I', S. A. L. engineer. I Every club has a chance-and a and silks.
Field, A. R, Field & Co. Whitman Dr. A. B, dentist. fine one. The fight for the pennanti .
Fuller A. Y, Palms Auto Co. Wright, Whitney. cigar store. I
i I honors ought to be a great one, right $18.00 to $28.00
Forage, Naif, grocery.C. G Weathersbee, Allen S, transfer co. into the home stretch. Our Juvenile DepartmentWe
Wilmott
J.V., Tremont hoteLY
E. Graham retired. I,
Goodrich C. W. abstractor. Yancey T. A. meat market.N. Men's and boys' bathingsuits at are abundantly equipped this year
Gore. Mahlon\ retired. P. Powell Yowell-Duckworth. half price while they last, at Boardman's. -
to the wants of all mothers and at
Griffin, S. S, real estate. Yearby, J. Yowell-Duckworth.. 4-9-3t Elegant Coat SuitsJust supply ,
Gordon. "Frank sheriff. the same time gladden the hearts of the
Glenn, \\". M\ The SentineL youngsters.
t Giles, Jas. L, real estate. arrived 1 large line in novelty, checks,
Sprague made Wash Suits
: and
Rompers
George, J. T, meat market. ,
serges, poplins and Gabardines, in all.theprevailing
Guernsey, Jos. L, hardware. white and fancy, 50 different styles to se-
styles. You will be surprisedat
Green, Henry, contractor. lect from.
Giles, LeRoy B, lawyer. the splendid values.

Hardaway, S. D,II Pure Food Groc'y. 50c to $6.00Boys
Harper. Dr. W. M\ osteopath. $16.00 to $35.00
Hart. P. c., meat market.

Hand, Jno, furniture. Through the Fragrant Fields of Bluegrass '
Holden, E. M\ steam laundry.
hutton L. P, architect. Shirts and Blouses, Kaynee and
Hartcorn Albert E, lawyer. and the Grandeur of Southern MountainsThe Boys Pants made of Wool and Wash Bell Brands, white and fancy, splendid line

Helms Hand,Cary F. L,,undertaker.Helms Hdw. Co. L. & N. is the attractive way from Florida to the central material, all sizes. to choose from.

Hauselt, E. G, I'eoples Bank. West. Its trains take the passenger across the cotton fields of
Howard, C. E, Orange Co. Citizen. Georgia, the magnificent mountains of Tennessee and the far-famed 50c to $2,00 50c to $1.00
Hovey C. .a.. real estate. bluegrass region of Kentucky.
Howell, Dr. J. C, osteopath.
Haden. A, orange grower. Thoroughly Up-To-Date Service [ &
Howe S. W., State Bank. Comfortable trains on schedules speedy as con-
Holbrook, J. P, Hupmobile. sistent with safety, rock-ballasted road, free from dirt and dust. NEW SPRING MILLINERY SHOWN
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Solid trains, sleeping cars and coaches, all conveniences and improvements -

Hupple Herndon,Al A.. auto B,I civil repairs.engineer.I dining service, accommodations; courteous employees.The for every. taste and purse. Unexcelled Best at the BIG STORE. LWe beg to announcea

M. B, Dickson-Ives Co.J South Atlantic! limited
beautiful display of exquisite Trimmed Hats
Jackson J.V, turpentine operator. Leaves Jacksonville very day at 8:15 p. m., arriving Cincin- ,
Jansen. Carl city clerk. ._ nati and Louisville early next evening also through,
Johnson C. K, So. Fla. Foundry. ; l all-steel carsfor Dayton,Columbus,Cleveland: ,Indianapolis most beautiful effects and they are justly correct
Johnson S. A, city commissioner.K i(I; and other Ohio and Indiana points. Prompt

connections to Detroit, Grand Rapids and Toledo. and all moderately priced. Beautiful line of Un- i
H droods.
Kanner. ,
and St. Louis Trains
Knox. James A, insurance. Chicago
Keys, E. S. A. C. L. frt. agt. Three trains daily to both places. Dixie Limited fastest and finest train only timmed Shapes, Flowers, Wreaths and Fruit all
Kent A. G, retired. through service from Jacksonville in forenoon for Chicago and St. Louis. Dixie ,
King, Murry S, architect.L Fljer--famous year-round train-for Chicago leaves Jacksonville every evening.
Montgomery Route Expirs, also leaving in early evening for fct. Louis. at exceptionally low prices.
Long, L. B. Helms Hdw. Co. Write,wire or'phone us. Vie mill work out your schedule secure' your tickets
Law.ton. J. B, printer. make reservations and cave you loss of time and trouble
e Laubach P. F, feed store. R C. ERETNEY,Florid Passenger Agent, Louisville&Nashville R. R. I
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Merck\ N. J, druggist. j FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW
Miller\ J. O-, auto litery.
Magruder, J. B, Empire hotel. With Every paid admission to Roof Garden Monday night a dish of Hand's Pure Ice '
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McCullough, Geo. departm't store.
McLean, "'. postmaster..
Martin. W. E, tax collector.
\Iathews Tom W, contractor. Big-U-Comedy, 2 Reels, Sterling Comedy.
McEwan.\ Dr. J. S, physician.
McKay, Donald G. ; Jefferson DeAngelis. .
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j Nicholson J. E., bakery. i Rex Drama, Pauline Bush. Free until 6.30 p.m.
Newell J. J, Newell Electric Co.
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Peppercorn, F. A. contractor.
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: Mr. R. T. Adams, genial pro- Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the Or-
f Weekly. 1 Year L--........ $1.00 prietor of the Harrington Hall, Ocala, lando Bank and Trust company, must A new two-story : 1
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN' with a party of friends, spent yester- be about to start a laundry. At
.r ALL ADVANCEs day in Orlando, guests at the} San rate he is distributing some very any eight room modern f

s" ADVERTISERS: Juan. handy laundry lists among his friend" j'I 1 and unique dwelling I
and customers. The next time you
E f Copy for display and all other hand-Kt Mr. and Mrs P. A. Ballard of have any laundry work "let Georgedo with double I
t advertising matt be handra in at the baunes Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived in Orlando it."
office of the Sentinel, not later than 2 p. m. yesterday afternoon. They are trav- --0-- sleeping porches, !
before publication. This rule applies
t U the chance day for contract, advertising; it is eling leisurely through Florida and "Now is the winter of our 'discontent modern garage and i
p r. Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. summing up the situation. made glorious summer by these" "

Subscriber desiring The; -Sentinel-discontinued suns of April. butlers quarters,
; should notify the office in writing on Mrs. G. R. Ramsey and interestinglittle --0-- location
the date of expiration otherwise it will be daughter, Rose, returned yesterday There is a movement on foot to se- very pretty
'. continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates afternoon on the Tampa Spe- cure some Florida wild animals and overlooking L a k e I s We Are Planning

E Telephone Nnmb-r .....,................ 21 cial from a delightful visit of two birds as a starter for a "zoo" at Lake .
months to relatives and friends in Eola Park next winter, and also talk Eola. $4500.00 will '

SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1915. Cleveland, Columbus and Chicago.Mr. of at least a pair of cunning monkeysto buy this if taken 'Ii
amuse the children and the pub-
J. E. Cheney one of Orlando's lic. it is a bargain. '
At last have something to take now,
we pioneer winter visitors, left yesterday -
our eyes off of doomed Europe--the for his home in Manchester, N. H. .
baseball season opens this week.o Several of his friends were at the At- FOR SALE-Ten or twenty acres of
I fine muck land will trade
very ; or
lantic Coast Line depot to wish him
for property adjoining Orlando. What
You catch flies with molasses bon
can more voyage.
have ? P. P. McGraw
you got care
but
with vinegar For
than you can ; Sentinel. 4-11-3t a
just the same, the fly swatter is a Miss Helen Mebane, who has been
good thing to keep around. the; charming guest of Miss Gladys
o Lovell for the past fortnight, left to- S. G. Dolive & SonREAL
I ANew York man who "never wor- day for her home in Dublin Va. En DoctorsBiiekiiiaster
ried" died the other day at the age of route home, she will visit friends in
101. Don't believe he ever served on Orlando.-Lakeland Telegram.
a public board and had to economize.A & Bnmdiuje ESTATENo.

o Mr. and Mrs. Philip Durflinger, who
Northern exchange received at have spent the winter in St. Cloud, OSTEOPATHS 3 WEST PINE STREET I
the Sentinel office yesterday, says: have gone to Orlando to visit acquaintances -
"Wasn't it great The sun came out and friends for a few Personal instruction under Dr. Still Second Floor ,
today fifteen minutes for the first days. They will return and finish out at Kirksville, Mo. i iI Sew-cial
time in fifteen days." the winter.-St. Cloud Tribune.Mr. I Big
o 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples

WORDS FROMTIMESUNION. and Mrs. S. F. Coburn were I National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad/s the thing. I
among the arrivals in Orlando yesterday I _
"In the meantime," remarks the Or- afternoon, coming in over the
lando Sentinel, "building operationsare Atlantic Coast Line from Jacksonvilleto -
on the up grade. A new house spend a week in this section. Theyare
here and a new residence there, an originally from Dayton, Ohio. 1
addition, a pretty little garage as an
emblem of prosperity, fresh paint and Archdeacon Hazlett, of Nevada, is
good foundations, plainly point to the the latest person to become captive to
fact that Orlando is in splendid condi- the cnarms of Florida and the East
tion." The Sentinel is well pleased CoastHe has just bought a fine
f with the outlook and prospects, and house and grove Merritt's Island, .
invites visitors to take a look around. and intends making it his home.
"We will issue a challenge herewith," Week
I
t says the paper "to any other city in ,
Mrs. F. M. Schiremeyer, Mrs. Eliz-
I Florida to produce in cold figures sta- I
tistics to show more new buildings, abeth Studebaker Mrs. Morrison Nib-
that lack, and Miss Hattie Studebaker, of
residences and improvements Avenue
have been made during the past six Decatur, Ind., who are making an automobile Magnolia
; tour of Florida, were among .
months than Orlando, all statistics to
the well known arrivals at the San
be not based likely on that population.the challenge While will it be is Juan hotel yesterday. I have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-

taken up it is nevertheless good to see uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
it made. Florida is witnessing a won- Guests registering at the San Juan
derful amount of building and it hotel yesterday included Roy C. Mc- This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
means new people and increase in Cracken, Bartow; Hugh H. Leech, At-
number of bearing fruit trees.I .
thrift and enterprise. lanta; Gordon Williams, North Carolina -
Chas. W. Smith Jacksonville J.
o ; ;
will sell the entire will sell numberof
Waller, A. lIeidmann, New York, and property or any

BOASTS FORREST OF LAKE POWER.Yesterday'sReporterStar AND. HIS L A. Bannister St. Louis. feet off south end. ,"":,,. .

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( Sentinel there is a telegram): In today's Mr. J. E. Rose, the successful trucker The house is in good condition and is arranged into

that Forrest and horticulturist, was among the and does income
light
from Tallahassee stating housekeeping apartments produce an -
citizens of Lockhart busi-
sections transacting Commencing
Lake intended to cut off four
(meaning townships) from Orange ness in Orlando yesterday. Mr. Roseis of $100.00 per month during the winter season. I II
the outlook for
optimistic over
very
county October to Seminole or November county.In 1913, the his section of Orange, especially after bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT

same man while waiting his turn in the hard highways are completed. BARGAIN.

a barber shop in Sanford, began bragging -
about his influence in the legis- Mrs. E. G. Swift, of Newton Highlands Cash or terms.
lature and that the NEXT TIME intended Mass., is spending several daysin
to cut off these four townships Jacksonville the guest of friends. MONDAY \
Zellwood Rock Spring, Apopka, and Mrs. Swift has been spending the
Plymouth) and would certainly do it. winter in Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. WttKI
.. His remarks about the members of F. B. Dale and is en route home.
the lower house were very insulting TimesUnion.Mr. .
Insinuating that where he pointed
a they were bound to run. I omit his and Mrs. C. B. Burkham were S. Y. WAY I
expression about Mr. Donegan, who among the number who have been en-
certainly would not feel proud there- joying life in Orlando for several
weeks, starting yesterday on their
over.Mr.. Lake will probably deny this, homeward journey. While here they
but a man standing near the court made their home at the New Lucerne. Insurance and Real Estate Agent. 19th
house in Orlando, declaring on his When the weather begins to get cool April
"honor" that he was bitterly opposedto in Cincinnati they plan to return for
any division of the county, and another season.
thence acting as he did, can not be PHONE 172

believed by honest men.J. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, of :
O. FRIES. rietta, Ohio, who have been \Ia-I
a winter in southern Florida, are
APRIL FOOL JOKEIN in their home city having left a few
THE SENTINEL. days ago. They spent a couple of I
When the Sentinel published an weeks in Orlando and divided the rest
April Fool story, April 1, concerninga of their time between East Coast resorts -
new city hall for Orlando, to cost including Miami, Palm Beach
$45,000, it had no idea that the "joke" Daytona and St. Augustine.Mr. r
would have such far reaching results.
Locally it caused some good humoras N. Wagner, who has spent the -
( intended) and palpitation of the winter in Orlando at 308 West Cen-
heart (as intended), for all April Fool tral avenue, left yesterday for his
jokes are meant kindly, but busy con- home in Vermillion Ohio. Mr. Wag Full later
tractors in far away states and trade ner has been coming to this sectionfor particulars
journals glanced once at the headlinesand a number of seasons and had
then wrote to the mayor for de planned to remain here until the mid- 1 y I" 1111, '
tails. Here are some of the numer- dle of May: but was called North on
ous letters received by Mayor Sperry. account of the serious illness of his
lie has turned the bushel of let- grandson.Mr. I
ters over to the Sentinel to answer.
and after all it would seem that the G. M. Gamble and son Mr. G.
joke was on "us" as well as the pub- A. Gamble, of Lo can sport, Ind., who
lic. I have spent the past three months I
_. "If any structural steel, either plainor very pleasantly in Orlando, left yesterday -
fabricated, will be needed in con- afternoon for Tampa and Key 1
nection with the above noted work, West, returning by way of the East
we would like very much to have the Coast. Mr. G. A. Gamble is a prominent I
opportunity of submitting bids on the attorney in the Hoosier State. Ir
same. Can you J give us any informa- They were delighted with their trip i 1 t tl
tion on this subject that will be of and are live boosters for Orlando.Mr. .
benefit to us? Hoping to hear from

you, we are very truly :yours." and Mrs. P. A. Ballard, of l \
"" n you be kind enough to let us Pittsburgh, Pa., who spent the last
know who is architect preparing plans month at Florida resorts, have returned -
for new city hall as we would like to home after enjoying visits to I ;
get in touch with him. several points of interest on the East
"Thanking you in advance for giving and West Coast. This was the first 4 ryI J rt j
u/
us the information we are, very visit of the Ballards to Orlando but i r
truly yours." they were very much pleased and con- rr
"Dear Sir:-We understand that template returning in the fall with a
the city of Orlando is about to erecta i party of friends. Mr. Ballard assuredthe
new city hall. We would like to Sentinel scribe that he had decided Comje io ;u fpr t
submit a bid on furnishing some marble to build here this summer.
for this job, and any informationthat
you may be able to give us as to LETTERS TO TilE SENTINELTo :: Your SpringIf Tonic DICKSONIYES( CO.
where we can secure a set of plans
and as to who the prospective bidders the Editor of the Sentinel:
will be will be appreciated. Very tru Will any of your readers tell me if you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now i I

:" ly"Dear yours."Sir:-We note you have accepted the the coast shells of we Florida see in and some around places pla'eslike on and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the pois- i .DEP ART ME NT STORE.

I plans for new city hall. We DeLeon Springs are oyster shells ons absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you.
..: would be pleased to have a set of left by the Indians after eating oysters Bring us prescriptions fill them .. ..
your ; we right.
or are they a part of the geological
these plans and make you an estimateon FAVORITE
the general contract for same. We formation of Florida Buy; all your drug store things from us; we sell them right.LERUI I ORLANDO'S SHOPPING JLACE
A VISITOR. The Store of true service of
are thoroughly experienced in all never-failing courtesy -
I specialty of fireproof construction PARTY FORMING for New York at right prices
and we know we could give you a and Boston points to leave Orlando
satisfactorv job. Please advise if you April 27. Inquire of C II. Swasey. 13 THE REXALL STORE I .
$ viii send a set of thes plans." East Concord avenue. 3-11-1tc Phone 68. Quick Deliveryr ; -


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Mrs.Helen C.Ensign P. Dow, first, second vice-president vice-presi; i, rI: 0 J:: t1---

I { dent; Miss Mary Holt, recording secretary .
ntirtJ! ; Mrs. L. G. Starbuck, corre- U "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" i

GRAND sponding secretary; Miss Elizabeth
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Porter, treasurer; and Mrs. L. H. I IU
Gedge, auditor. At n
a recent meeting A A
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SOCIAL
CALENDAR FOR WEEK Frank Smith, Uncle Alec, the old sexton I of the club Mrs. Westcott was elected n
Monday, April 12 ; Mrs. Geo. Benschbach, Mrs. Delaney I president, but she refused the office )
president of the Ladies' Aid; i because of her frequent absence from :
Rosalind Club, regular monthly busi- Mesdames Schupping, White, and the city. The resignation of Mrs. U
ness meeting, 3:30 o'clock. Misses Florida Howard, Jessie White, j I Westcott caused the meeting to be U
Mendelssohn Club, rehearsal for "Pin- Beatrice Davis, Marguerite Seely, TOMORROW held yesterday to elect a president. '
afore." Lena Elsworth; Eva Young, Edith tt
Tuesday, April 13 I Rambo members of the Ladies' Aid; D. A. R. MEETING"WITH
Triangle Society of the Baptist,Methodist Miss Ruby Wilkins, Odelia Hasbin, :MRS. FORDE. jf .
and Presbyterian churches, organizer of the Old Maids' Club; The regular April meeting the c<' q .
Misses Jane Gardner, Katherine Park, Daughters '? -
banquet at Orland hotel. i of the American Revolution ..
Tuseday Bridge Club, Mrs. Edward Lois Pedrick, Elmina Gould, Maud was held yesterday afternoon at :/ ..
G. Hauselt, hostess, at the Summerlin. Pugh, Edith Hoeffler, Ruth Ley, Lou I the home of Mrs. A. L. Forde, )"ester- I "' --71
Halstead, members of the Old Maids* "THE FUNNIEST PICTUREIN day's meeting being continuation of I'I .1.,...
Bow Knot Club, Mrs. Thornton hos- Club; Howard Lindsey, Horace Merck, 'I the meeting held with Mrs. C. P. Dow
tess. Howard Stuart, Percy File, Sam THE WORLD"Featuring a short time ago, which was postponed j,O
Junior Matrons Card Club, Mrs. C. G. L'Homidieu, village boys. on account of the death of one I C03I3IENUABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY O
Brown. Miss Jessie Pedrick, church organ of the members. Papers were read
the World's Xo
Famous matter how little
Sorosis Club, program to be an- ist. 'I yesterday by Deaconess Parkhill, I you pay, you get quality here for the
Miss Anna Echols is the di "Florida Nights price. No matter how much ,
nounced. stage Comediennes and Mrs. Forde. you pay: you pet intrinsic value for
Wednesday, April 11 rector. I "The Sun Never Sets on the Stars your money. Aside from real values you can choose from
"The Bachelor Girls," Miss Elizabeth The tickets- are twenty-five centand and Stripes." The next meeting will sortment unrivalled here-abouts. an as-
Branham hostess. will be sold by the Boy Scouts, I MARIE DRESSLER be held with Mrs. A. B. Whitman

Young. ,Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Gor- who receive a percentage, to go toward Saturday a) 1, when officers for
uuii n n,,nl. nos ess. | a camp fund they are raising. the coming year will be elected.
Unity Circle, dramatic reading by the <>; Assisted by Mack Sennett, Chas. -v-- ALLEN & CO., JE_ 'YEIERS.
Rev. Miss Gordon. I LARGE PARTY ro- I SOCIETY NOTES
Entre Nous Club, Miss Roberta I GO TO DAYTONA. Murray and other star Come OF INTEREST. Ib d]
Branch. I All members of theendelssohn r '01:11
} Among those who will leave Mon dians. Choral, and the ,
Sans I
Souci
Club, Mrs. T. W. Mathews i: !day for Daytona for the I young ladies and gen-
Grand
hostess. I Com- tlemen who are going to assist in the
-
Thursday, April 15 I" mandery which opens there Tuesday, A KEYSTONE KOMEDY IN (Other Notes --
Society
will be the following: Dr. Miller, J. on page 12))
Here and There Club, Mrs. Nyal,, E. A SAVING IN PAINT
Amelia avenue, hostess. Lupfer, E. A. Richards, J. E. Pet- f SIX SCREAMING REELS
ris f
John
Rosalind Club. McDermott, F. A. Curtis, P. is not made by buying
Margow, S. A. Johnson, C. cheap paints
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Charles Phillips P. Dow, I but by purchasing the
hostess. T. P. Warlow, S. B. Wright, Capt. LucerneTOMORROW very best
Clay Johnson, A.V.. grades, such for instance banG
Bumby, F. J. as we -
,
Friday April 16
The Nullos Club, Miss Margaret Hart Lundgren, Jos. Dawson, J. B. Mussel II I dle. Just think how much more poor
white, C. Tilden I
hostess. M. M. Bond, W. R.
II paints cost if have
you
to
O'Neal, you keep
Butler Greenwood Carl Jan-
St. Cecelia's Guild, annual meeting. sen, John Turner, W. S. Branch, W. I renewing them every year or two.

-0- H. Reynolds, V. W. Estes, DeWitt HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" Think how much cheaper are our
HAVE YOU MET THE Miller, W. L. Tilden, A. D. Mallory, paints which last two or three timesas
NEW MINISTER? L. C. Massey, L .L. Payne, J. B.
long.
Steinmetz, W. W. Yothers, Chas. Jor RUNAWAY JUNE"
Tuesday, April 20, the young peopleof dan N.
P. Yowell I
E.
the Epworth League of the Methodist About five automobiles G.with Duckworth. iI( ,, : Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
church will Knights The 11th
present to the public from Eustis Episode and better
"The New Minister." will meet the Orlando I T 205 S. Orange Avenue
For several weeks party in DeLand. There will be many than ever. .
about
forty of
the girls and boys have been busily ladies in the party, and some twenty COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
engaged in rehearsing this delightful 1 J for one the automobiles trip.APPLEYARDCULLEl'. have been pledged 10 cents 20 centsfriends
musical play. This composition is
written in a satirical vein, the differ -0- "THE LAW BREAKER"A
ent characters .
being ridiculed to a
certain extent, but it is done in a spin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson
it of good, wholesome fun, and cannot Appleyard, Sr., announce the marriage Sunday afternoon by getting i Reliance Drama.
fail to be appreciated by every of their daughter, Charlotte joined in wedlock. The ceremony was WRIGHT SEED COMPANYAll
one. Emilie, to Mr. Walter Victor Culley, performed by Rev. J. B. Ley, pastorof
t The leading role of the "New Min Wednesday, April 7th, at Tallahassee. the Methodist church, at; the home
ister" is taken by S. Kendrick Guern The young couple will be at home to I' of the bride, in the southern part of "THE HAUNTING MEMORY"A fresh seeds for
sey; Miss Eliza Wright, a former] their friends at Tallahassee after the city. The Sentinel joins withtheir
sweetheart of the new minister, is the I;I April 20th. friends in wishing for the couple GARDEN AND FIELD
new school teacher; L. O. Curry, Pro : Much interest surrounds the marri every happiness. Beauty Drama.
fessor Topnote, leader of the choir; age of Miss Appleyard in Sanford, -
Miss :Martha Weeks, Blossom Clover, the family being well known, having Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton Jr., are Poultry Supplies Cypher IncubatorsCALL
leading soprano; Paul Hutchins, lived there a couple of years. Mr. over from New Smyrna to spend a
Worthington Blackman, II. M. Voor- Appleyard was for many years identi couple of weeks with their parents, "WILFUL AMBROSE"A ON US BEFORE PLANTING
his, take the parts, respectively, of fied with the newspaper interests i in I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Sr., at
Crescendo ,B. Flatt, Hezekiah F. Sanford.-Sanford Herald. I their home on Lake Eola. Keystone Komedy. "Nuff -2OG S. Orange Avenue
Sharp, and Doctor Hoosick, members ] --0-- sed."
of the church music committee; Stu CAUGHT IN MRS. FULLER, PRESIDENTOF
art Gould, Ralphy Bunter, a country CUPID'S COIL. THE CIVIC LEAGUE.
lad, just returned from college; Mrs. M. E. Middlekauff The Civic League held a meeting FIVE BIG REELS FOR THE
Charles Limpus, "the village cut-up;" II. Bowen and Mr. N. J[yesterday afternoon at the Chapter
slipped one over on their I House and elected Mrs. John T. Fuller SAME LITTLE PRICES Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

president. Mrs. Fuller has served as
TRY THEORLAND'S president of the club before and her
election was most gratifying. The
club will hereafter meet at the Soro- -
DINNERS 1
sis Club rooms. The next meeting of
the club will be with Mrs. Fuller,
THE BEST IN TOWN April 26, which will be a combination FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'lVEAL
Price 35c business and social meeting. The ----
Sunday, 50c club is planning several new features
that will add materially to the .
SUNDAY, APRIL prestige
11
DINNER
Soup: :50c. of the club. One is the creationof Established 1886
Queen Margot, or English Bread Sauce a publicity committee. The offi-
Consomme en Tasse r Vegetables Cranberry: Jelly cers are: Mrs. Fuller, president; Mrs.

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Iced Celery Boiled or Mashed Potatoes
Baked Fillet of Red Snapper, Beehmel Buttered Beets Candied Sweets I I CURTIS & O'NEAL
Garden Peas
Corn Bread Pommes Julienne Lettuce and Tomato Steamed Salad Rice Orlando Wood Yard

Entrees Dessert:
Oyster Patties a la: Maryland Strawberry Shortcake, orVanilla Removed from Pine St. two blocks INSURANCE LOANS
Cocoanut Bells, Foam I Ice Cream
Sauce Cream north Railroad Wash-
Roasts: Puffs Macaroons on west end

Prime Ribs of Beef au jus Tea Coffee_ Iced Tea ington St. Plenty of Veneer Cores
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Stuffed REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Young Fowl
We also serve a 35c. lunch. at all times.

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not delay any longer in placing orders for
engraved
invitations. Our samples For Sale
represent the very latest shapes
and forms that have been OSTEOPATHYDR.
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ial. Our prices are the lowest. Send for Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

will be supplied free of charge. J. P. STEVENS samples, which ENGRAVING Kirksrille Consultation Graduate Tree $4500.00. A bargain.

CO., Wedding ..
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Two The Morning Sentinel

Directory is the Greatest ORLANDO: .
.
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando.
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Terms Cash in >S.

136 acres with beautiful fron-

tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day RATES__________ Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ________ ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days ___________ :
For One Month __________ -
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all -- .r ,i
25 words or less. If the
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words -
will be one cent: per ,
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for -
sertion.If -

See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office you can't telephone bring No.your : :\ A WILL '

counts payable opened the following by telephone day. -- I TMAKE ,


ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Every Home-Ever Man has use YOU
Sentinel Want Ad. zt

Watkins Block PHONE S04

t.t. .' FOR SALE

FOR 90 DAYS -FOR SALE-White K. A CONTENTED
l for hatching. $1.25 for WIFEt
r You can buy foundation Phone 121. II. C. Bryan.

; stone building blocks, sidewalk .
tile In FOR SALE-1915 Ford car BECAUSE by the of it for fuel in
l or anything my new, fully equipped. > use
i line at reduced. Call around North. Phone 688. 16 East
I and let me surprise you on avenue. kitchen will have
prices. your you never cause
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FOR SALE-18 White
f F. D. GORE, eghorns.hens, one Inquire year old.of ,Also't. C. to worry about meals not being ready on

J Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. on Conway clay road. -
time also will have fires to buildor
no
r Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. FOR SALEA ; you

hustler clean, on, easy nice terms cash ; ., ashes to sweep up. If YOU have not a
small cash payment balance

l 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care gas range in YOUR kitchen---tell your hus- ,


DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE-Good work band---and he will do the rest.
bargain sound and -
t Office corner Orange Avenue and ; I
I Davis & top buggy, good as new.
Church St. McNeil Bldg., is
W. C. Palmer, on Conway
1 1I t Phone 419. Owner leaving. of I I !Uf it's Modern-and Economical---it's Gas I',

t '* FOR SALE-Modern
t rooms and bath; orange t
large oak; seven minutes
tf f LettuceFinest postoffice. Bargain.
412 East Pine.
F: in the city.Strawberries :
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I FOR SALE OR RENT-
cottage, seven rooms ,
modern conveniences, roomy ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. '*
The famous Missionary excellent condition. W. L.
variety. 2-23-tf

FOR SALE-Cheap, one GAS DEPARTMENT
Eggs! Eggs.! one good guitar; one
i ; I
case; one 4x5 box plate 331lmo'f
Guaranteed to be strictly steel trunk 30x15x37. See I .
106 Gould street. ,
fresh. ._ ,
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FOR SALE OR RENT- ,
Fresh ,
VegetablesEvery and tools best farm in
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; f
to-date: buildings, etc. Room I The 14ar3t''
r 3Idg., Orlando. J. Van UNUSUAL REASON

Brooms, Mops. er. I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

FOR RENTFOR OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
t-s..a --FOR ANUNUSUAL FRESH AND SALT MEATS j 1

RENT-A flat in an Kept under the best sanitary conditions. \
; new house on Lake Eola
; CARUTHERS & GORE modern improvements. L PRICEon Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freob
Florida Real Estate & and pure.

over Peoples National : We Invite inspection and guarantee Hatl factlon. We have .

New Modern G Grocery FOR RENT-Cox visible everything in the Meat Line. j I
Apply to J. F. Watkins, No.
ica street. I I two fine lots, ten min- ;
: \ H. :TVL. Self & Co.
Phone 200 FOR RENT-Will rent for utes walk to center of city,
mer my home known as PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Moorings," at 201 Concord St. on one of the best streets.
west. All or part of this
6 and 8 East Pine
St. house, with barn, hen house Citrus trees, walks, fence,
lots; all conveniences. See
please. Wm. L. Cory ell. etc.

FOR RENT-Three room :
OrlandomWashington nished or unfurnished; SEE ME immediately if
o permanents; close in;
two houses; all
interested as sale must be
owner, 301 East Livingston

3-30-lmo made at once or not at all, ,

FOR RENT New, \ at present prices.
DRAWING ROOM room house. Apply 510 I Ntr a r ...!y

FOR RENT-Cottage, for
Sleeping Car mer, or by the year, ..............-...----..- ,. y 'Y 'Y.....,, ...
Yancey. T.: ..AV.: Ay<=- ,
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First Car on March 16 FOR RENT-Small flat, ].. .;:,.. "" -
veniences unfurnished. for
,
Knox. DR. A. J. TAYLOR,

VIA I
NICE, LARGE
to adults only. 409 PHONE 696
Atlantic 10-25-tf I
Coast Line and '
FURNISHED four room 905_ East Central Avenue THIS nrXGALOFOR SALE .
Standard Railroad of the South +t
two lots, one block off r I Bearing Trees and Fruits and Vegetables.Price .
Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. nue, in Concord Park. $10 -- --------1 $1200.00. Easy Terms.W. .
to right parties. Inquire 1I I
Tuesdays Thursdays ing, 706 W. Amelia avenue. J. BARKER, just south Drennen Station.
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Orlando on Train 82, nished for light
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays reasonable. Address The Orlando Meat MarketT.
and Saturdays.For Box 584 city. you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets SAVE 1\IONEY-By buying getting a new Eas- A. YANCY, Manager
call on A. |IC. L Local Ticket from beans Carter, field, Venable peas, grass& ) ter Suit,we can put your
Agent. Richmond, Va. Write for old one in good condi- I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

4-6-6t tion for just such occas !
Florida and Western Meats
I HAVE MOVED STUDIO ions.

,.; Are Watkins you looking block to for 505 I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
/rr. ents? Come and see my I
IN f'. ders taken for initial and 1 ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of TownOrders
Miss Echols.
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Dry Cleaning Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
TRACY & MOORE Steam Cleaning PHONE I.'t Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Cnurch'St.
-House repairs of all
DR. L. H.
RAMSDEUJ) promptly; repairing of Pressing and Repairing
OPTOMETRIST screen doors and windows a
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE sleeping porches counters, ---
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES' door garages frames, office made fixtures to order.; I Umbrellas recovered and repaired I Our Job Department1r. '
AND DO ALL KINDS OF nrices. 18 East Church "while you wait," at Young's Repair Try
OPTICAL REPAIRING postal will bring us. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc. j ,;

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examination and for a muter examination the 1'OOL Tnat portIOn 01 ins_sewer or eurr
EDISON WON OUT.H. fire dollars. If aid applicant fails to pass pipe which is inside the wall and underneath by the Plumbing Inspector. open ground. Ls y.r.aiu0c.055 :....
11K11IENUPBOARDj examination. he shall forfeit the fee. the building and three feet outside the area of Soil. Waste. lent and Sewer Joint open pan or sink, the pan or sink to be dls
Section 4. Every person enraged or intend- its foundation walls shell be constructed of Connections between lead pipe and iron pine connected from the refrigerator by at least
Humbled the Pride of the Speedy log to engage in the plumbing business in standard cast iron pipe with calked joints. or fittings shall be made with brass soldering four inches. These requirements apply to ;

Telegraph Operator. the City of Orlando as a master or journey In public buildings all water closets and nipples ,>r brass ferrules and ..>>f size not stores, meat eab eJdinteth tenement bouse
,; man plumber shall appear in person at the slop sinks shall be set on a slab of marble. less than the lead it serves. with propxrly and all t : than private: i iI
Edison made his tint record as a office of the Plumbing Inspector and receive porcelain. slate or other similar material. and wiped. joints, and properly calked '>r threaded residences
of registration presentation water closets shall have a cast brass flange I Floor Stable and Garage Drain. !
telegraph operator in Memphis. lie a certificate upon n fitting the connect u. In n<' easewill a
of a certificate of qualification from the said not less than three-sixteenths of an inch in solder iron o'- cup joint be ail< weii. All soil : N<. thor.taht& ..r ici-,ig" ,j-.lln ,h.IIJ] hieJir
walked into the otlu-e there one morn APPLE PUDDINGS. >oardNo- person other than a registered thickness fastened to lead pipe by a wiped I iit-ejOint.. n'u.t b*, well i" ,,-dood 1 tomeswith ..! ; : :tt :, flfltSfl 5' th th. :'> _.-ss- Al||
Ing like veritable shall be allowed to work at. engage joint .. -tab .' and fl, Ir 'I
looking a hayseed. lumber ; oakum and moulten it t lie wanted his are '"eful in the prepara. in or carry on the plumbing business or make" All urinals within public buildings must beof iron or .brass waste' pipe shall be reamed to i n"t less than eighteen inches m diameter
a Job. and. although
; APPLES desserts for the winter any sewer. dram. soil. or waste pipe connections T glazed earthen ware or porcelain glazed I remove the burr formed in cutting : the jointsto with cement or iron cover. Each mrare
appearance was not prepossessing the or any minor repairs on pipes connected inside and out fastened with brass screws to be made up with white or red lead. All shall have a combination sand trap. oil and
office was short handed. and he was dinner or Him'tieun. Few ot us th..re".ith., It shall he unlawful for any person the marble or slab. These slabs !Shan not be terra cotta or tile pipe joints must be made gasoline separator approved by the Plumbing
appreciate this u- fut milL as we to display a sign or other notice setting less than three feet high and two feet wide. with, one ring of rolled oakum" and two and Inspector
assigned a desk at the St. Louis wire forth or intending to imply that he is engaged A slab of marble slate or cement three feet one cement and the joint to be well rounded. Grease Trap.
the hardest In the office ".At the end should. Those who eat plenty of ap in the business of plumbing. unless such per square and one-qua-ter inch dish must be I Where tree or shrubbery roots are in thetrench F.ach hotel. boarding house. restaurant or
of pies:: seldom ijeed muLl medicine son has obtained a certificate of qualification placed under each urinal. the waste of which two pounds of common table salt shall public eating house shall have a grease trap
the line was:: an operator who was Tart best for tooling In from the said board and has been duly registered must be trapped and ventiIateV" be added to every bucket" of cement to "kill not less than twenty-four incites ta diameter

chain lighting! and knew it," says apples ate at the office of the Plumbing Inspector All hotels railway !Stations. waiting rooms! I and expel the roou.i and thirty inches deepSize .

Francis Arthur Jones'Life of Edi- the makiiiK "t M't'le pudding* one tan Section 9. Any firm. person or corporation factories or !shops now existing or hereafter" !i Wrought Iron Soil Waste and Vent Pipes and Weight .f Pipe
use fruit that is nut |perfect in appearance now or hereafter engaged in or working" the reeled shall. be provided with suitable toilet All soil waste, and vent pipes shall be galvanized Water closets.waste 4 inch vent 2 inch
eon. often slicedor business of plumbing or placing or installing conveniences for both sexes. In no case will. and the fittings shall be what is Slop sink .waste i inch vent 2 inch
"Edison had hardly got seated beforeSt s-mte it is more any plumbing fixtures or material shall have a water closet be allowed in a sleeping room. I known" as the Durham recess fittings.. They Sink . waste I 1-2 inch ven I 1-2 inchVasb
Louis called. The newcomer responded quartered than served whole at i least one member of the firm who has complied living room or kitchen.All shall be either tarred or galvanized except \ tray: .waste I 1-2 inch vt 1 1-2 inch
with all the requirements of sections 2and rooms .containing water closets must : above the highest waste line The fittings maybe Bath tub . ....te 112 inchLavatory vent I 1-2 inch
and :fct. Louis started on a A Wholesome Dessert. 3 or they shall have in his or their employ have at least a two square foot opening to the I galvanized water filings: straight....,. .waste 1 Iinch Vf'ftt' 1-2 loch

long reporthich be pumped 1 In like Apple and Kite I'ulldin-Tuke halt a master plumber who has fulfilled allthe external air or an air !shaft one foot square. are prohibited on waste ;i.H-.. Snort notiss.( Urinal . .via"te 1 1-_ inch: vent 1 1.- i intO
requirements as set forth in said sections Every water closet or battery of closets shallbe must have a shoulder between the threads of Raymond or drive ferrules are prohibited.
hou nfirp Edison threw his IPJJ R fit n p. the Juice of halt a either journeyman
a e pound Each job shall have a master or supplied from tank flushometer
or
a inch Thread thread
I at least one to nippleaare I Unions not allowed on waste lines AH bends
over the arm of his chair. I lt>i! .
times who 1-45 with the
complied requirements
transferred a wad of spruce pum from eH lla\e are ", the Plumbing Inspector: and shall conform Each house flat or permanent living apartment 1-2 D. 3 1-2 Ibs per foot
his pocket t<. his mouth. took up a pen. ug water. na\oie with the .lemon Section 6. A lumbing Inspector shall be I in all respects to those in houses with, the exeption must have a sink. and eachhop. store 2 P. 4 Ibs per foot

examined it critically and started in nicea' h the rue carefully drain PI,runted by the City Commissioners who. (' of the addition of a four inch trap I I or factory must provide a sink or lavatory frI 4 D 6 Ibs per foot
iall have had ten years practical experiencein with cleanout at foot of stack I the use of the employees Wooden sinks: and Sewer and house Onnwtwns
about words behind. lIe didn'tstay throw the boiling watt'r.CoOti .
fifty it and into
the bUHinesx cf plumbing and shall not be
The Setting tif Watrr Closets I laundry tubs are prohibited. unless lined witha All owners of property along the line of
there Ion.;. though; bt. Louis let till nearly soft; theu strain and .n"ed in plumbing nor connected in anysay All water closets connected by a lead bend non-absorbent metal All sinks and laundry any sewer or within 200 feet of the City sewer -
out another link of speed and still another dry. Line HII unpreastd; pudding dish Kith a firm corporation directly or indirectly hall h aveac brasflantre screwed, to the I tubs on new work must have a continuous constructed for the purpose of carrying
engaged the business of plumbing
I in floor and soldered t.. the lead bend and set inure vent and waste Crown venting! is prohibited. off sewerage matter in any of the streets of
and the instrument on Edison'stable for the and. he shall be an actual resident of the City.Hi. I
with rife saving; a portion top (. white, lead putt. LnJir no conditionS Traps and KeventingWhere the City of Orlando shall connect their 00-
hummed like an old style sewing Nearly bll with |>eeied apples or small and[ duties draina.shall insure be to the inspect proper: all performance plumbing commercial or painters putty be allowed. all fixtures are on the first floor. and other buildings with the sewer

machine. Every wan in the office left fruit carefully arranged, adding;: sugar of all plumbing and drainage and perform such Soil Waste and Vent Pipes bath tub and lavatory traps need not be re- Any owner of property who falls to make
All soil and vent stacks must be carried vented if not more than six feet from the "such connection within sixty 'ifiOi days ..ft..rnotifi..ation
his desk and around the jay other acts and duties as are specified herein or
gathered
with the from
fruit
the rest Ibis
to tnste. Corer I Board shall
which may be hereafter required. His salary shallbe hrouch the roof undiminished in size and extend main soil pipe stack. measuring by waste pipeline upon con
to see what he was doing with that of the rut.;. tie a loth over the top and fixed by the City Council and before entering through the roof at least eighteen inches this viction ordinance thereof be unL-bed as set forth in
electric cyclone Turn upon his duties he shall give a bond to and be three feet higher than highest windowr U! n fixtures are installed one or more
tot hour out to
steam an serve. I the City in the sum of One Thousand Dollarsto ventilator on building Rain water conductors above the other on same soil stack. all fixtures Terra Cotta Pipe
"Well. s=ir. be was right;: on the word and IHJUI 'u:-t.iru. sauc-e round It. be apt.roved by the City Council : which. hall not be connected with or empty I'must be relented except top floor fixtures which Only: first grade pipe will be allowed in

and taking it down in the prettiest copperplate bond shall be conditions for the proper performance into house sewer' or drain. or be used as soil shall be .oruid..r'e'd the same as section five. house connections to the main sewer lines.
hand even Stuffed With Nuts. of the duties of his office and for water or vent pipe. or shall any soil or vent All bath tubs shall have a dram or pot trap. All joints to be made of an oakum" gasket
you ever saw Stuffed Apple ruddui*. Pare as the due and faithful accounting for all monevsrecords pipe be used as a rain water, conductor Re- at least four inches in diameter and eight and a Portland cement joint well rounded
crossing Lie 't's' and dotting his 1's j.ai-ers plans. maps, instruments andther vent pipes may be carried through the roofor inches deep the waste. to leave the trap as In making connections in terra cotta pipe
and with as much care asa I many appleas willover the bottom property of the City in his care custody enter main vent stack three feet above near the top as possible. and the ml -t at the no holes will I* allowed to be cat into the
punctuatIng of a well jrr(':ied pudding:: Oi...b. Before or control and f..r delivery of the same to highest fixture All horizontal branches mute bottom In no case must a trap be more pipe. Y branches must be a...... Whet a
man editing telegraph for printers made and sixteenth than two feet from a fixture. Each fixturett turn is made. a I and eighth bend
putting the apples. in the dish cut off his successor when duly appointed and quali- > with' Ys. or Ys eighth or : or sweep
St. Louis got tired by and by and began tied except money which. shall be paid to the bends or longwetps. All offsets above be trapped separately No form of trap must be used Short quarter bends will not
one end ol cat'b apple( and lay aside. City according to ordinance. lie shall bender the outlet of the highest fixture must be madeat will" be permitted to be used that is not self be allowed

to slow down. Then Edison opened Scrape out (" .liters .i apples. cut tine the supervision of the Board of I lumbng an angle of forty-five degrees to the horizontaL cleaning nor has interior partitions or mechanism trjiporljC4ssi
: the key and said: Commissioners and shall make a full report All vent stacks starting: from main for a water seal .ools. may be u. ed only after it has
."Hello. there! When are you goingto a few damned almonds and add tur of all permits granted and all moneys vent or soil stack must here Y branch to prevent -, Two or more fixtures may be connected into betn shown the Board. to their satisfaction
rants. ugir; and, innamon Mix and collected for same to the City Council at the the accumulation rust scalet the \ the same waste, or revent pipe where the that their 1.1.-.. is absolutely necessary. Allcesspools
get a bustle on? This Is no primer first meeting of each month. base of each vertical soil or waste stack must waste. and revent pipe has been" increased pro- hereafter built must be. if possible
fill in the uppit' tbeii put on the endiand be placed: a Y and eighth bend or long combi- iwrtionately feet from
class. Section: 7. The Plumbing Inspector shall twenty: the building and m i't lie
who set in (Ir ti. Take a cupful of have jurisdiction over the installing of all gas nation fitting with full size clean-out plug In old work where it is impossible to vent built of brick and cement mortar. They shall
"Well sir. said the gentleman pipes within the buildings. Plans shall be alked" in end. Not more than three water a trap a non-siphon trap proved by the be round or oval and measure six by six feet
breadcrumbs of
five
told the story "that broke St. Louis all yolks eggs a cupful submitted by the owner or owners showing Insets and five additional fixtures" other than Plumbing Inspector may be used Each installation inside and be capped with iron ring and

lie had been rawhldlng Memphisfor ot sugar and add slowly the well the location of all pipes and jets and sizes of water closets may lie vented from a two inch must be treated separately and the cover to be at least one foot under ground.
up. heated whites and over the ap- pipes, to be used. vent pipe, nor more than ten water' closets Inspector's permit given before a non-siphon If these dimensions" can not be complied with
a long time. and we were terribly pour Gas Fitting shall mean the work of putting and twenty additional fixtures shall be vented trap may be placed without vent. spetnal permit must be had for different dimensions -
sore and to have a man in our office ples. Bake In moderate oven for an together of any pipes. fittings or fixtures or from a three inch vent stack Main vents tobe I Soda FountainsIn .
Hour Serve hot with sauce my other appliances which are to contain gas cast wrought' iron. lead to be used for connecting soda fountain fixtures a sink, Section IT Whoever violates any provisionor
who could walk all over him made us for light heat, or iiower or other purpose. branches only. the top of which, shall be above the level of requirement of this ordinance shall be
feel like a man whose horse had won To make sauce IOT this pudding take No building shall be piped or fitted for gas Strain Exhaust I the floor and sealed with white lead or cement I punished by a fine not exceeding two hundredand

the the Juice of two lemons a cupful of for any purpose unless a permit has been No- steam or gas engine exhaust boiler around the outer edges: must be installed fifty ($256.00dollars or by imprisonment
Derby. _ granted by the Insi' >ector .low-off or drip pipe shall have direct connection ; waste pipe from this sink shall not for not less than fifteen days
sugar. the yolks of two eggs; one gill with, line be less than one and one-half inches in diam- Section
Permit and inspection fee for each Job shall" a soil waste or sewer 18 All ordinances or parts of ordi-
Self Reliance. of water and set on tove he one dollar ($1.00)). said fee to be I'aid before They must first pass through a condensing" ettr wasting through a four inch drum trap. nances in conflict with the provisions of this
permit is granted t'lrk. or discharge into an open sink, that isroperly The waste from each compartment to emptyinto ordinance are hereby repealed
Much as worthy friends add to the A Dainty Pastry. All gas brackets shall be at least three feet tra"|.ed and vented. Soil and vent" this sink. Adopted March 16th 191:>.

happiness and value of life we must In I. Spiced Apple 1'..<1di..;: Peel and take below any ceiling or wood work, "ipes must not be drilled or tapped ; saddle Refrigerator te E. F. SPERRY. Mayor
All pipes to be run on a uniform grade. hubs are trohibited. All soil. waste, and vent Waste pipes. from a refrigerator or ice box Attest:
the main depend upon ourselves and the cores Iron two pounds of cooking: and to drip back to the meter connection pipes. must be exposed to view for inspection shall not be directly connected with any soil. CARL JANSEN City Cleek.

every one Is his own best friend or apples Cut thtui into small pieces. where, a one foot pocket shall be placed to
catch the condensation.All -- -- -- -
worst enemy.-Lord Avebury. Put them into a saiicepin witb a small
drop nipples to be securely fastened to
of stick cillT.:1104'fl two or threecloves
piece ,
s""tain.iKht of fixture and avoid strain on
Nice and Polite and Modest.A and the thin I pired rind ot a main pipe.Unions He is past master of the art lie i. always master of hi*
of kind of telling a story. lie has material and of hia method.
any are prohibited right
minister was recounting some of lemon Moi-teii with a little wateraud and left couplings' must be u...ed. gas fitter humor a keen sense of the His characters never master
of __ __ _ hIm he is always superior to
his amubiiig experiences in marrying stew gently until reduced to a cement is not allowed except in the puttingogether dramatic. and a knack;
his creations. Possessing the
turning out a happy ending.
people. "There's:: an old custom." said pulp( \Vhen stewed weeun the apples of fixtures. just when the complications _._.-.-.--. skill of the master craftsman
There shall be a mercury test applied to all -
shall' kiss the with and rub them of the plot threaten worse one find. the result worked
he "that the bridegroom; to taste fciicar: jobs in the presence of the Insl>ector. said disasters. out to a satisfactory finish.

bride immediately after the marriage through a tolandeiIleat the yolks of mercury to stand five minutes Brooklyn Eagle
New York Times
Each service pipe from street main to m..t..rshall .
....
three and the white of one with
eggs
not be less than one inch inside diameter -
three ounces of warmed butter. a and drip back to main in street .' '7- _,'
The number of lights permitted on sizes of
small quantity of prated nutmeg prated -
pipe is as follows:

lemon peel( and the strained juice 3inch pipe .. .. :3 burners

of halt lemon Butter dish uuu 1-2 inch iipe . . 6 burners
n a pie
3-4 inch pipe . . 20 burner The New
line the edges: with puft paste. Pour 1 inch pipe| . . :3a burners Oppenheim Storyis

ia the mixture and bike in a moderate I 1-4 inch pipe . . 60 burners
112 inch pipe . .. 100 burners
OVPII ere hot. 2 inch pipe . . .200 burners

''I I.v/ 3 inch pipe . . .4:>0 burners mysteriously calledThe
4 inch pipe . . TaO burners
Outlets for stoves ranges or hot plates shall
ALaiJ44z/ not be leas than 3-. inch pipe-

Gas engines and automatic heaters must be
connected to meter separate from pipes used
for illuminating purposes
Gas shall not be turned on to any building Black Box
until all piping and fixtures have been inspected -
Get the in the Sentinel first.
news ., tested and approved by the City Inspector -

-- Nothing- in this ordinance shall. be construedto

NOTICE TO CREDITORS affect the operations of any gas compan;

upon surface its pipes.Se.tion't.own. premises." or upon its mains or and the question naturally arisesWHAT

In Court of the Orange
County Judge !'. The Plumbing Inspector shan
County State of Florida-In re Es- inspect all plumbing work. to determine if

tate of Eugene Brewer.To same is in proper, sanitary condition. \Vhere

all Creditors Legatees Distributees the plumbing in any dwelling house or build-
ing is found in an unsanitary condition the
and all Persons having Claimsor Inspector shall immediately notify the owner

Demands against said Estate: I or agent of same in ..writing to place the

You and each of you, are hereby I plumbing in a sanitary condition according to
the plumbing ordinance of the City.
notified and to
required
present
any Section 9. The drainage of all buildings "
claims and demands which you, or both private and public. and the alterationsof

either of you, may have against the the same shall be executed in accordancewith
BLACK
.
THE
plans and specifications is BOX
estate of Eugene Brewer, deceased, by the Inspector There previously shall be al'pro'ed -

"IT IS TOUR PRIVILEGE TO SALUTE THE: late of Orange county Florida to the separate plan for each building public or a _

BIUDE." undersigned administrator of said estate private. accompanied by specifications describing ..

within one year from the date the drainage of said buildings, en Oppenheim has the knack Mr. Oppenheim has few .
ceremony Is over. It's a good practlcal hereof. blanks furnished for this purpose showing the threads of equals among modern novelist
the size and kind of pipes. traps. closets tangling _______________ ist*. He ii prolific he la un-
and __
____
for ? _____ "
it
custom serves more handily Dated March 31, A. D. 1915. fixtures of all kinds. to be used, the same to his narratives in such a manner ____________ / tiring in the invention of

than anything else that I know of to FRANKLIN E. BREWER be placed on file at the I'lumbing Inspector that the reader will not .__ _! ." mysterious plots he M m
office I'lansiII be rest until they: have been clever weaver of the plausible -
dissipate the awkward that almost Administrator. approved or rejected
pause 4-l-\\kly-8t within twpntvf"onr h...._ .. i .:__LL straightened to his satisfac with the sensational, and
always follows a simple. Informal and undern- ; -- ;; circumstanceswill' --- ---- lion. he has the necessary sift offacile
a delay beyond _, S
narrative
ceremony For this reason I keep the NOTICE five days be permitted. _
New York Sun _
Section 10. The Plumbing Inspector shall Evening Boston Transcript{
custom alive"One ..
keep a book of blank certificates provided with __
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
day a man whom I shall call a duplicate. which shall be filed by him -
Blank came to the parsonage to be Section 8 of Chapter 4888, showing to whom issued the number of fix-

married. )lr. lank was a pompous Laws of Florida the tures City and Plumbing the amount Inspector required All to fixture be paid and to Your Favorite Moving Picture Theater is Showing the Thrilling Pictures

consequential little man. The prospectlve inspection fees shall be paid before permits
Mr P.lank was a fine. winsome Notice is hereby given that Addie are granted. Produced by the Universal Film Mfg. Co.

Kimbrough, of Orlando, Fla, purchaser Section 11. The Plumbing Inspector shall
irlrL: After the ceremony Mr. Blank of tax certificate No. 24G inspect all work. provided for in this ordinance

in spite of his pomposity did not seem; dated the 3rd day of June A. D. 1912. the before water the turned final connections are made and Read this Unique Story by E. Phillips Oppenheim

to know Just what was the next thing: on in any job.
has filed said certificate in my office Section 12. There shall be two tests and

to do. so. as Is my practice lu such and has made application for tax deedto two inspections by the Plumbing Inspector now appearing in

emergencies I said. 'My dear sir it is issue in accordance with law. Said The first shall be a water test when all roughing -

your prlvllosre to salute the bride' lie certificate embraces the following described in is complete and all soil and vent stacksare
run and all traps in place. The second
turned around and. extending his hand property', situated in Orange
test and final inspection THIS NEWSPAPER
shall be when" all fix-
formally said. ')Irs. Blank. I congratulate county, Florida, to-wit: tures are set and all plumbing is complete.The .
Lot 1 block 7 Ocoee. The said
you.' "New York Times. whole job shall be smoke tested.
land being assessed at the date of the The charges or fees which shall be paid the

issuance of such certificate in the Plumbing Inspector before the job is started

Not a Soft Answer. name of O. T. Upshaw. and at the time application is made for per-

.\n agricultural export who had been Unless said certificate shall be redeemed mit are as follows :
Fixtures installed" each up to five each .$ .SO
invited to address a state grange expressed according to law, tax deed Fixtures installed. each. over five. each .25

opinions with which a local will issue thereon on the 11th day of Roughing inspection each . . . 1.00

farmer a pi:un. uncultured man. found May, A. D. 1915. Final inspection each . . . . .. 1.00 _

fault. After some discussion in which Witness my official' signature and Sewer Cesspool inspection inspection, each each. : : : : : :: :: : : : : :.. L00 1:00
seal this the 10th day of April A. D.
the sense of the meeting was clearly Section H \\henever it shall come to the
notice of the Plumbing Inspector or a complaint ,
with the farmer. the expert lost hisS :: 1915.Seal.( .) B. M ROBINSON, in writing shaj be made bv any citi-:

temper. "Mr." he said to his opponent. Clerk Circuit Court Orange zen. that the plumbing in any building is

striving to speak coolly "110 realIze Florida. unsanitary or causes a nuisance or is contrary
-
County
you '
,
to the ordinance of this City or is of
that I have boen? at two uuiversi faulty construction and liable to cause su' -

ties one In this country and one In .\N ORDINANCE ness and disease or endanger" the health of tht
RELATING TO PLUMBERS.: PLUMBING. occupant or others. or upon request of an
tlernnnv'? (;\S FJTTIUR.JS.GE: \NU: owner or occupant of any building then *h.
"\\hit of that*" demanded the farmr. SANITATION Plumbing I pector shall examine the plumbing q-:
in any such building and notify the owmror
with a faintly flickering suii'e. "1 .
BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council or owners or agent or occupant of SW r
hid a calf tint nursed' two cows and the City of Orlando: building of the changes which, are neces.."'-'

the observation I untie was the more Section I. That a Board to be known as to be- made in the plumbing A time o.mmensurate -
,
the Board of Plumbing Commissioner" of the I with the extent of the changes w
be nursed the greater calf be grew.:' City of Orlando is hereby created. '" hich said I be given in which to make the needed repair.
board shallonist of the sanitary comintesionir aft<'r which time the penalty of this ordinan t
t i of the City Commi.-sK the City En- shall be in full force and effect
Couldn't Tell Him. Kinecr. the Plumbing Inspector and one master Section 14 The Plumbing Inspector shallhave ,
I Some months ago when Governor I plumber appointed by the Sanitary Coromtsioner the prh'i"f\ at any time entering ,
of the City of Orlando. and inspecting the plumbing and drainage of
! COX of Ohio WiS bunting down In Ken I I Section J. The said board hall examine I any budding or premises and if the same is I

tacky be l ,\'ame acquainted with a nejm i and pass, upon the qualifications of every found in an unsanitary condition be shall ,
iwr-on who desires to engage! in the plumbing order the same to tt altered to conform with
> who also bears tbe name of Cox I
the of ordinance and the said
I busmen either as a master or journeyman provisions
(ne of tlio c keen witted. southern I vlumber within the corporate limits of the alteration shall be made within the time fixed

, have tu> of Orlando. for the purpose of satisfying -I by the Inspector g't'
t wbo always x. ready an-
,, :-. I ventilation house dramajre both practical and between the plumber and Plumbing Inspectorshall :if ; .1l

"How Is It Inquired Co\; Jokingly: theoretical and such other matter a'TectmR I be submitted to the Board for settlement \ .
and their decision shall .
be finaL
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tMt mme I is Cox Up In my | plumhintf: the board may deem proper The
your tioard ali have the power to make rules and Section 16. The following regulations are .
;. state only waite folks havetLat name" I reflations \.. inC the said examination. hereby made for plumbing drainage and sanitation Mr Oppenheim goes for j (. Mr Oppenheim I. a .tory.
Tbe neg > rolled his eyes around Section t- If the board is sati&fied that I : ward. not backward, Each \ ; : : : ; .;;. teller pure and umple.i da.
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r I anyurh applicant after the examination Water Clonets book that come from his such he is invariably and undeniably
r: once or twice and replIed: provided for in section J. possesses sufficient! Every dwelling hotel public binding storeor pen shows. a superiority in '.- entertainiar& lie

"I don't know tow the white folks ability and is properly qualified to work at or I office depending on the public sewer for plot movement" character iII holds you with a grip that
ltrst got to ucUi our &amt1Xcv. York conduct the said plumbing business, they shall drainage must have one closet for every ten drawing and hten.Quahty h h does not relax to th, It
11 over its predecessors. syllable.
thereupon Slue to him a proper certificate persons' and every tenement house one closet .1'
DII. Before such examination shall be had each I for every living apartment. All buildings Chicago Record Herald New York HeraU

applicant must pay to the Inspector of 1'lamb containing a water closet must have at least
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_T'f raves of Italy are obliged to contain THE GAMBLER'S CHANCE
:: N I U BY AN ITAUAN them.

"This family counts more than fif- Richard A. Canfield, the big New ,
f PRINCE AMERICAN teen centuries of existence, and at York gambler who has recently been
least three royal crowns; that is, of in the limelight' of publicity becauseof .
Norway, Ranemark, and Normandy.Ten a lawsuit, puts the gaming proposition -
BRIDE centuries ago a member of that I in unique form: "If you play
family settled in Italy, where he and I with a gambler long enough," says There'sNothing
his descendants, by their royal origin, i j Canfield, "he is bound to win your .
New York.-Here is a chance for as well as by their large riches, be- I money. He can't help but get it.When .
an American girl. An Italian noble- came very powerful Some fifteenof i you play with me in round
man with fifteen centuries of ances- them were vice roys of Jerusalem, I numbers you put up $100 and against .
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try and titles from prince down is Cyprus, etc. Their names became that I put up $90. Now figure how
looking for a wife. He will introduce storical, they occupied the highest long you can keep doing this. You -10
her to the exclusive salons of Rome. charges, and were distinguished by may win my money now and then,
She must, of course, have a sufficient the most important and envied titles you may break me temporarily, but Like it for
dowry to support the dignity of her and by chivalrous civil and military i i as long as you play against me at the -
and her husband's position, but he is Orders. An Emperos even wanted j,odds of 100 to 90 in the end I'll have
willing to contribute his share as soon them to introduce his heraldry in 'I your money."
as he completes his education as an theirs. Recently also, soma memberswere I Canfield ought to know. He is reputed Results."I h
engineer.The friendr to Edward VII of England to have made $5,000,000 in the f
prince describes himself as 25 and other sovereigns in Europe. gambling business. It is said he has
years old, amiable and of good char- 'Another sign of the quite extraor- not personally' touched a card in
acter. He freely admits his lands and dinary importance of this family is twenty years. He intrusts the busi-
: castles have disappeared through un- that it possessed an enormous quan- ness of his establishment to subordi- am glad you are s
fortunate management but he believesall tity of feudal rights, and consequently nates and relies with mathematical
could be satisfactorily' restored of noble titles; 142 baronies, 11 certainty upon the returns. Canfield using the Long Distance J
[ with the aid of a suitable American vice-counties, 7 counties, 4 marqui- puts it very plainly. If you go into
J girl of beauty, refinement, social abil- sates, 7 duchies and 6 principates. the gambler's game he has 100( Bell Telephone in your
ity andmoney.The Some of these titles have passed, by chances to your 90, ten chances to
international match seeker's feminine succession, to other families, your nine. If you stay in the game business. There's noth-
t longings are expressed in a letter received but most of them, and precisely some long enough-and the majority of the
here by a New York business of Prince, Duke Marquis etc. remained players do-he will get your pile. Its ing like it for saving time
man. He asks that his name and that to the principal branch and simply science, skill and luck pitted
f of the ardent Italian be not made belong therefore to me. Of all thatI against absolute certainty. The ends and traveling expenses.It .
public. Here is the letter,the spell- may furnish the amplest proofs. known from the beginning.TOO .
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is the of direct and
source profit satisfying results.
ing and punctuation of which are the 'Who marry with me will therefore as-
price's: sume the title which likes the best LATE TO CLASSIFY

i "Dear Sir: I got your address from Princess to Baroness. For the FOR RENT-One furnished bed room, "Very often I talk to salesmen and to customers -
\ from an American institute here and considerable importance of the name
close in; terms reasonable. Inquire
f I apply to your kind office for a very she will get access to the most reserved 204 West Central avenue. 4-11-3tc on important matters. That's one advantage
l important and delicate matter. and aristocratical saloons of j
f. "I belong' to an historical and highly Rome, Naples, and all' the cities of FOR nished RENT-A home for near rent in,very nicely reason-fur- of the Bell Telephone. You can sit in your office
noble family of royal origin, which Italy and even to the Vatical and able to the right party for the sum-
has always been among the most powerful Quirinal Palaces; you see that all con- mer. Apply at 114 East Jackson and bring the world to you.
i and ilustrious of Italy and I cerning the title and the name afford street. 4-11-3tc

; possess more over many precious the most precious and envied advan- FOR RENT-New house; 6 rooms, "Thanks for the order. By using the Long
titler of gentry, as Prince, Duke :Mar- tages and it will surely not be diffi- bath, sleeping porch, garage. $20
; quis etc. cult to athain the aim. i per month. R. J. Waldron, contractor Distance Telephone enable us to save
'. you twenty- ,
and builder, 4 W. South street.
"Knowing, as also many instances "I am 25 years old, rather tall and
thereof may be cited, that rich Amer- well proportionated, absolutely seri- 'I. 4-11-lt four hours on the shipment. Yes, it certainly is
ican young ladies are very disposedto ous and sincere and what imports the FOR RENT-In Concord Park, a four
marry European even without any most whooly free from any vice. room house; low rent. Apply at wonderful."
fortune, but "I am actually a State functionaryand corner Amelia avenue and Putnam
titles
having of
yet nobility street. A. P. Butman. 4-ll-3t*
I desire you4t.o if will soon acquire the licence of
sible, marriage. with such procure a one. Nat-pos- engineer. For the moment I possessno FOR SALE-Player piano, at half Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station. ,
uratly, after conclusion, your work patrimony, but after some studies price; 20 rolls music; leaving city* I
Box 733.
shall be very generously compensated which I am complying I 'shall win 4-11-3t '
proportionally to the dowry, at very much money. FOR SALE OR RENT-One fur- PIIONE
least by several hundred dollars. "Please write me immediately if nished and one unfurnished bunga- c SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
low. F. W. McAuley, 4 W. South St W
if
accept proposition t
"The importance of the family to you my or you 4-ll-3t .
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which I belong and consequently of have entrusted it to anybody; in the
the name I bear is so great that it is latter case I shall keep you present FOR SALE Modern house, contain AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. i iI
quite impossible to describe it in a for due compensation and payment ol ing 7 rooms, screen room, bath,
trunk room, and large closets well U1ED D
few words. Know that than your expenses. Waiting for your an- ;
more arranged for two families sink I II
; upstairs
hundred writers have wrytten the[ swer, I remain, Yours sincerely." ; close in; owner leaving for the I I
story of the family or have widely North, will cut price to $2,400 if sol dl I i
before April 17. Phone 520.
spoken of it and that all the
state li- All round money getters-want ads. I 4-11-6tc I

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Never before have the people of Orlando ever had the opportunity to witness sucha


selection of plays in their own little city, and at prices that are below those charged


t in most places where these same pictures are shown. ,

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Never before has such a cast of Comedians appeared ova 't ,1 This is the picture you have heard as being the

in one single production. It is doubtful if it will ever happen "FUNNIEST PICTURE IN THE WORLD," in which the

again. ;' ;: following stars appear, :Marie Dressler, Charles Chaplin,

You simply owe it to yourself to see this picture. :Mabel Normand, :Mack Ennet and Charles :Murray.
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In a Six Part Keystone Komedy 4
BOSWORTH PRESENTS LOIS WEBER & PHILLIPS I WORLD FILM CORPORATION JESSE 1... LASKY (IN ASSOCIATION WITH)

SMALLEY: IN "TILUE'S'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE" Presents DAVID BELASCO PRESENTS 11

I Two Days- -Two DaysWEDNESDAY I LEW FIELDS IN EDITH WYNNE MATHISON IN

"SUNSHINE MOLLY" :umm.\y\ and, I "OLD DUTCH""THE GOVERNOR'S LADY" I

\OTE-In order to meet the expense I The greatest stage success of ,

A Story of the Oil Fields of California. A powerful Drama of bringing this production to Orlan- I this famous comedian. A picturization of David Bela&co's "
modern domestic
do, it was necessary' for the mana e- Yes! he is Lew Fields of the great -
of unfailing interest in five parts. : ment to agree to play the picture not famous team Weber & Fields. American masterpiece. Five Great Parts.

i less than two days. I A FIVE REEL COMEDY I I


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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 1!


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and it brings an immunity against a Man through his neglect or ignorance agreed to prepare this paper. The thine eyes, that thou shouldst take i i The State Horticultural Societywill j'
LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL disease that has been, and without it, 'is depriving the state of many of its request of the Bible Society was duly knowledge of me, seeing that I am a 'i j hold its> annual meeting in Tampa -

is, one of the problems most difficultof ,natural advantages. presented to the Eastern Orthodox stranger?' He returned the book, ) April 13 to UI, and it i i. believed
FROM STATE BOARDOF solution that army men everywhere :I How Synod and they requested the patri- pointing to the thirteenth verse of the :that larger numbers will attend the
have to meet. It is a treat- ;1 By refusing or neglecting to adopt arch to accept it and associated with Third Epistle of John-"Having many convention than in any previous year.
ment that is finding wide adoption in precautions that ward off preventable him for the purpose the bishop of I II 1 things to write upon to you, I would !Florida is realizing that her agricul-

HEALTH :civil life, where it is accepted voluntarily diseases, by permitting insanitary I Nicea, leading member of the Synod, not write with paper and ink, but I tural possibilities are something of
Ii because of its proved effciency. surroundings, by neglecting to screen the bishop of Cardes, who is also di- trust to come unto you, and speak extraordinary worth, and the more
I When, then, an officer of either dwellings, earth closets, and foods, by rector of the Greek National College ,face to face, that our joy may be this is realized the more powerful
Xoblesse Oblige i i I branch of the service, who has received -I refusing vaccination against smallpox of Constantinople, and the bishop of.I full.i From the above interview a should the Horticultural Society be-

Personal liberty versus personal responsibility free of cost ot himself, a splen- 1!and typhoid fever, in short by failing Seleuca, director of the Theological ,i I marriage took place the ensuing come; it represents the industry that
did education to fit himself for spe- :,or refusing to follow the simple in- Seminary of Halki, Constantinople. j I week. should be .Florida's leading business
Recent news dispatches tell that an cial duties, who has a position assured '!: structions of medical science that 4. "The Bible of our modern Pro- i I attraction.
officer in the United States navy has for life or during good behavior and I have been demonstrated as effective testant age" will be treated by the Table linens at much less than fac-
resigned his position rather than sub- is retired on ample pension at an age I in a thousand or a milloin instances.If Rev. Dr. Benjamin B. Warfield, of I tory cost, at Boardman's.I9St EXTRA! EXTRA!
mit to required vaccination against when men in civil life are still fight- ever Florida shall reach the acme Princeton Theological Seminary. '
typhoid fever. He regarded the requirement ing for their daily bread, refuses to ,of its possible perfection, it will be After this there will be groups of NOTICE I I have had to "cut out" reed organ
work on account of extra piano work,
receive this treatment for the reason because the leaders lead the addresses or showing what the I
as an infringement on his I way.wORLD'S papers If any of our ice wagons miss you I but through the summer will again
personal rights. i iThat's that he considers it an invasion of Bible is and has been in Europe, Asia, phone 566. We have a special truck accept organ work. All work, piano
' 'personal liberty, and when he regardsthe America, and possibly in Africa. for emergency calls and keep an or organ, up to my reputation.
his side of it. There's an- BIBLE CONGRESS AT abundance of ice at our storage plantat I 4-10-2t WADE, the Tuner.
welfare and discipline of his fellow Leading divines from all the
over
EXPOSITIONNew all times. F. E. Hand.
other side. The war department insists I
soldiers of less importance than world will be heard.
that every man in the United 4-10-3tc Get the news In the Sentinel first.
his real or fancied personal liberty,
States shall be thus protected York. At the of the -- ---
army : request ----
there is strong suspicion that the ser-
against the disease. The result' has authorities of the Panama-Pacific Exposition American Beauty cambric, 12 l-2c.
vice is well rid of a man unfitted to grade at 8c., at Boardman's. 4-9-3t IF YOU NEED
been that in 1913, only a few mild the American Bible Societywill
be a good soldier. I
M MM WHH MHMLetterheads
cases occurred in the army, and not a < conduct a World's Bible Congress COURTSHIP IN CHURCHA
j In a wider sense and beyond the
single death from the disease. The at the exposition August 1 to 4. Pres-
: limits of military or naval service, responsibility -
the in the
experience of department I ident Wilson will be its honorary young gentleman happening to
past has bene that typhoid fever is is imposed by position,by president. The actual president will sit in church in
a pew adjoining one Envelopes
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one of the worst enemies that an education, by superior opportunity.The be James Wood, president of the so- in which sat a young lady for whomhe ,
grand principle, noblesse oblige, I
army encounters in active warfare, ciety. conceived
sudden and
a violent
and this was proved notably in the 'the idea of personal responsibility The theme of the congress will be passion, was desirous of entering intoa Cards Announcements
'1 conferred by personal advantage, is
Spanish-American war in 1898. The "The Bible: Its Power, Place and In- courtship on the spot; but the place ,
opposed to personal selfishness and
United States navy has adopted the fluence in the World"Addresses
& not suiting a formal declaration, the
same treatment making it compul- disregard of others. will be made describingthe exigency of the case suggested the Circulars Briefs Hand
sory. No man can live unto himself and of the Bible. First of ,
progress following plan: lie politely handedhis
It would be unfair to require acceptance escape the consequences, and they are all there will be four historical pa- fair neighbor a Bible (open) witha
of the treatment by the private as sure as death and taxes. I Bills
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pers pin stuck in the Catalogs or
following text: .
and to except the commissioned I In the matetr of health and sanita- 1. On "The Hebrew Bible as handed Second Epistle of John, verse fifth- ,

officer in either service. Every good tion there is a responsibility resting I down by the Jewish church," by a "And now I beseech thee, lady, not as
soldier recognizes the fact that rank upon the intelligent people of Florida, Christian Hebrew. though I wrote a new commandmentunto
confers no right to exemption from which is neglected mainly because 2. "The Latin Bible as handed down thee, but that which we had PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE
discipline.If those whom it do real- the Roman Catholic church."
I upon rests not by from the beginning, that we love one -
this particular requirement involved ize it. With the unmatched condi- 3. "The Greek Testament as the another." She returned it, pointingto
personal inconvenience or even tions that conserve health and low special treasure of the Greek church." the second chapter of Ruth, verse
slight suffering, the principle' would sick and death rates, Florida is not Just at the moment when Constanti- tenth-"Then she fell on her face and
remain the same. On the contrary, pre-eminent in thes erespects. Na- nople is menaced by armies and fleets bowed herself to the ground, and said Sentinel Job Office
it is practically without inconvenience ture has done everything she could. the patriarch of Constantinople has unto him, 'Why have I found grace in

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ESTATE OFFERINGS

Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience



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R Remington Remington B Two Good Farms 160 acres each in Kansas


100 acres in each farm in cultivation, I have wheat crops now growing, they are
want good lands in Orange County, must
be good farm lands. These Kansas farms encumbered for $1600.00; will trade

o Quality( '; R R Refinment l l I I t are worth $25 per acre. These farms I equity for Orange County, Florida, lands.


Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C.


Annual rental for 16 houses____$2904.00 I Want to trade this property for good land,
Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift AutomaticAnnual expense on the 16 houses$1632.50
groves, Farm or City Property in Orange
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ally. Demountable Rims. T30 x 31/ inches. Net income per annum ________$1271.50 County. Make us an 91rd:.


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


three miles from Plains, Ga., Want to exchange this farm for a good
on fine road. There are 440 acres and 300 small grove and small farm, in Orange

= acres in cultivation; plenty of tenant County, Florida. What have you to offer
THE APPEARANCE{ { THAT COMPELS ADMIRATION houses, and good eight room dwelling. for this elegant farm.


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


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

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

j not a run-down place, but is in perfect conthousand dollars; we want to exchange it "
a tone of distinction to dition; has $15,000.00 worth of stock and
for Florida Hotel worth the
do
a money;
.r<. _, '--;- ''' implements, feed grain, etc., now on place.
.'" the occupants. All of the dwelling is modern and up to not submit old dilapidated property that

":- date. All tenant houses in first-class conIS not worth the money.
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-.- )\ Fine business block seventh street Washington D. C.Brick
< $ -.i :; ,,', "
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-- business seventh street
: bloc\on $4,000.00, long time to run. Want to
r_ ........ -- mands respect. Washington, D. ., .. fiats on second
trade this equity of $7 500.00 for a good
floor, rents for $60.00 per month, always;
well I located.
Narragansett Model I $695 f.o.b. factory :-: rented, price $12,500.00. Encumbered for grove



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

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim WARING REALTY CO1VEPAN'YFLORIDA



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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Maitland, spent yesterday in Orlando
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N.1.. Cogswell, of Clarcona, ThInkhJs over
transacted business in Orlando yes
terday.

i Archdeacon ". II. Cresson, is in r'EtQNOM:: AGANfl -
Orlando, a guest at the Deanery for a ..
V few days.Mrs. .

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J. A. Bortree left yesterday -, ';' :\ \
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/ for Pennsylvania: where she expects .._ WWho \,r \I --, -. .
to spend the summer. ,: ,. .. JI -- -. l '
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Miss Dora Hovermale has returned \: : ('J: -- ..t. ..
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from a lengthy visit to her old homein l' :.;:c't\ "r. I .f"'.... ... '., V" ..,}
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win, the typewriter repairer, is at the .,: : i iB'A\ R-iiPT
I You can't steal through steel. Fire 3rland Cafe, cleaning and repairing \ ,.... "";,jA" 11 .
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and water cannot penetrate it. Backof typewriters. 4111t5Mr. S; I;'" .':; t! --; '-j:
and '?fjj/ 1II;;". 7 I d' .'-;-. r Yt -"
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it lies safety-absolutely
and Mrs. H.1.. Custer, who .. ; .- .. ... I
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during. At $1.00 a year a safety box have been spending the winter at '\,,':.', .... '. frr .' .({ok...... 'J.4.r. / ,-....,. ,.'
1 for valuables in our Massive Steel I points in the southern part of the \,.. "\(...'\.,:\. "", ,"" 1 '"' .!.'....t'..,. .-;---- ,. .r---' '" .-...-rt17 ,'-', r
state, are now making their first visitto .:,\' \ \\ \ '; 'CC/' ---- r' ;f
and Steal-proof Vaults is the most : Orlando and are singing the { \ --\\:1: /-.s;....,. .
praises of the City Beautiful. It is .:;:. "" .
carefully guarded investment you and safe to wager that they will fasten '; sets The. kMony : '
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your can make. onto a hunk of Orlando real estate. f}:

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FLORIDAgpz4 SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST earn ,


(Continued from page 7)) $2,511.90
INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORS
chorus work of "Pinafore, are requested -
to meet at the Presbyterian ON APRIL 1. BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
vestry Monday evening at 8 o'clock.

Kissimmee Knights- Templar were HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS?

prominent in the Easter services in
Orlando last Sunday. The Easter ser- $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN >H i PER .
vices were held in the Episcopal
church there Sunday afternoon and CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.

were presided over by Bishop Mann,
the: new head of the Episcopal churchin

Florida.ValleyGazette.0 Peoples National Bank

a meeting held at the Methodist
church last Saturday night of those "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
interested in the formation of a Boy
Scout movement here, it was decidedto
invite the scoutmaster, of Orlando,
to come here and explain the work-
ings of the organization so that it can
be taken here intelligently.Val
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have been guests at the San Juan
the past season, are en route to At- MMIIIMtilliieit . MltMIMMtttilfMMMiliililtiMllliiiMliMlliliNew ,..
lantic City, where they will remainat
the Chalfonte for two weeks before -
I returning to their summer home,

?, "Rockery," Poughkeepsie- X. Y. Fisk PricesAt

The regular monthly business meeting -
of the Rosalind Club will be held
ades on Monday afternoon, April 12, at
i 3:30. Eloise Robinson, secretary. = New Low Prices
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! _\ met The Saturday Young afternoon Ladies' Sewing at the homeof Club = Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values

. Miss Claire Robinson and enjoyeda
pleasant social afternoon. Those
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present were :Misses liable O'Neal, Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

. I Mary Branham, Marian Groves, Millie 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 '
Smith, Leona Benner, Claire Robinson -
and Marguerite Robertson. 30 x 31/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

in Dainty the afternoon.refreshments!; were served late 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00-

r The Orlando a series Country of golf games Club is to arranging be-- 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

t rl -s--. gin the last of the present month. On 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
rf the evening of the 22nd a contest for
the club trophy will be held which will If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
2 be followed by a fish dinner and many
fishy stories to be related by Dr.
; Stagg and other members of the club. Station. All
I The ladies will be invited to partici- We Have a Service
pate in the .
function.0

MbSummer 1 1t t The Triangle Society is arranging Adjustments Made Here.
? for a banquet to be given at the Or-
f land hotel on the evening of April
ff 13. This is the second annual event
f Pleasures without Summer of this character and is expected to

. Discomforts! Indoors it's sticky and be of unusual interest to the young

: moist.when the On Vudors the porch are down.it's cool- people Presbyterian Triangle.of the societies Baptist,which Methodist composethe and I San Juan Garage Company | |

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Why not eat, sleep, live there this summer? Prof. W. F. Blackman left yesterday -
: Thousands do it. The cool air gives appetite and to attend the State Horticultural I 111111 "I'++II-. II IIIIIIII ,,
: forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the convention which meets next week in .>.. 111'1111'111111111' II I T I 11 I I I 1111111 II 11111 j

nerves while you sleep. It cures them. A Tampa. Mrs. Blackman has gone ___n __ ______.____ ---- -- -- -------
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but
to Dade
6 over City where she will
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, meet with the Women's Club. Later
but not in through them. They last-they keep r.
she will join her husband in Tampa.
"that new look,"for they're stained, not painted, nor
-
dipped. Mrs. F. D. Carr returned yesterday

Our showing of Porch Furniture is especially good afternoon on the Tampa Special from
Danville, Ky., where she has been for
just now. Let us show you today.
the past three weeks. .

OSCAR HAND & SON The Nullos Club-0-was most delightfully } rr ',
entertained yesterday afternoonby
Mrs.\ DeWitt Miller at the Wyom-
ing. The club prize was won by Mrs.C. .
B. Robinson. Delicious refresh-
ments were served. The club will be THE SAVINGS CENTER ,. re.
iMMIilMMMIMMIMIIOIMIMtMil " entertained Friday by Miss Margaret} ;
1

Hart. --()-- SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE ...,. .
THE HAPPY III Miss Francis Topliff, 212 Jackson

street, yesterday entertained for her INVESTMENTS, in the long run are ,
niece. :Miss Dorris Dean the occasion
EASTER GIFT marking :Miss Dean's eighth birthday. placed where earning power combines with
Fifteen school friends of the little
miss were present. Refreshmentswere i GREATEST SAFETY.
served. In the games that were :
Let a welcome gem-set ring say "Happy Easter" for I played Loui McDowell: won the prize 'i iI I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING r A 4t
you this coming glad season. Delight a dear parent, a I in the peanut hunt; donkeyde. the I II [
prize for pinning the tail, j DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER + -f
big brother, a sweet sister. a fond husband, wife or and Dorris Dean won the consolation j

friend. I There were many beautiful presents | OF FLORIDA.
and the party was a one. j
There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than very merry '
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts The regular monthly-0- meeting of the I 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.Consultation.

lack. local Suffrage League will meet at
Unity Chapel at 10 o'clock Wednesday -I
And, let the ring you give be an unusual ringonethat morning. Mrs. Harold Beardall 4t
is guaranteed to endure through a life of constant will read a paper on "The Florida I
wear. Laws Concerning Marriage and DiI I
"
vorce. I
'-
Watch Clock and Insert soc calendar. Wednesday: :
Expert Jewelry Suffrage League, 10 o'clock a. m. at
Unity Chapel; paper read by :\lrs.1
Harold Beardall.


Repairing, Engraving day the party.Miss Cathedral entertained Ella Taylor-school the_-class Slemons at of a :rester'I'!bridge; j I'I! Or1ano ll Bank & Trllst t L Coffipally ;



Mrs. Blyth Watson- entertained informally ,.
T. H. EVANSJEWELER I at "five hundred" Saturday "
afternoon, the affair being in honor Incurs No Obligation f
I of :Mrs. Caldwell who is soon: to leave 'I II
for the North. After the J'ameIrs. i i
I Watson served cake and coffee. Those:: j
present were Mesdames Holt, Lord. !I
1 Caldwell W. P. Watson, Jamison, I
"" 1111'1'llf"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIII I Miss Flournoy, and the hostess. '

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