The morning sentinel
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 Material Information
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 13, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00232
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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MAY RUN FORGOVERNOR (Editorial) could be equipped with tables and, PRINT WlltllM\ [ DAMAGED

With the continued growth of Or- lounges etc.
lando it is imperative that suitable The second floor should be converted .
. Villa Says Fierce Battle Will and adequate provisions be made to into a regular auditorium when I ,
meet all possible exigencies of the conventions and gatherings of all I
Commence Today-Nations I civic bodies of Orlando. There are no kinds could be held including the l
suitable auditoriums where conven- Civic League, and where the Board of
for I [ SAf[
Worried SEES[
Greatly tions may be held, or mass meetings, Trade sessions could be held, and any trUlulNUAA.PROHIBITIONISTS

Safety of Subjects CEPHUS WILSON WILL BE or quarters sufficiently large to meet mass meetings-in fact, any meetingof I I .
the needs of the increased number of a ciiic nature. .
A CANDIDATE FOR winter visitors who are coming to As a means of raising the funds for I --- ---
Bulletin Orlando. the lot and to construct the Board of r

New York, April 12.-HUERTA GOVERNORKEY The Board of Trade with its grow- Trade buliding the Sentinel would I H I S ARE' COMMANDER: : THIERFELDERASKS

ARRIVED HERE LATE THIS AF- ing membership should be the logical suggest the following procedure as FOR SURVEY Of
organization to further a movementfor one of the numerous methods that I
TERNOON. liE AND 118S PARTY WEST MAN AGAINST SEARS a permanent building for Orlando could be im ururated.The : HIS SHIP
WENT TO ANSONIA, WHERE that would be large enough to accom- Board of Trade is making every -I VERY CONFIDENTARE

THEY WILL HAVE A SERIES OF modate the needs of the tourists the effort to gain 300 members. From
Board of Trade itself, the Civic this source there would be between
IMPORTANT Fogerty Will Race for Congress League, and all other organizations or $1,500 and $2,000 in the treasury. The .
TIlE NEXT FEW DAYS WITH IMPORTANT SearsPoliticalPot societies that have a semi-social or average winter resident would gladly SURE BOTH HOUSES *

REFUGEES,FROM :\ Against civic purpose behind them. pay 50 cents per month, or $3 per sea- WILL PASS STATEWIDE -
ICO. Is Boiling at The Board of Trade is destined to son, for the privilege of having a One Hundred Already Victimsof
become the most formidable organi- real club house that they could call MEASURE
CapitalBy zation of its kind in Central Florida.To "home" and feel that they were not Terrible Disease-No Re-

Bulletin enlist its services towards bring- imposing upon any one. House Desires Action Before quest for Removal to
El Paso, Tex. April 12.-VilIa an- ing conventions and meetings to Or- We understand that 4,000 winter
C. F. Johnson
received here lando the trade body should not rely visitors were registered at the Tour- the Senate Takes Up the Hospital
nounced in a telegram Tallahassee, Fla., April 12.-It is upon other halls, such as renting the ist Headquarters last season. The
today that he will begin an attack on authoritatively stated here tonight Grand or Lucerne theatres, or the headquarters was started late and wasa Question-116 Bills

Carranzista forces under Obregon at that Cephus L. Wilson, of :Marianna, opera house, but should have some new thing and not advertised. This IntroducedBy Washington, April 12.-The tfeas-

Celaya tomorrow. Villa has 28,000 sort of spacious, permanent head- being the case, at least 5,000 visitors ury department received today from
will become a candidate for governor, quarters of its own that it could call would contribute to the support of the
men. Obregon's forces number 20,000. Kehoe of Pensa- C. F. Johnson I the commander of the German auxiliary -
and that Walter L. its own and claim as its property and club house, a revenue thus accruingof

cola, will enter the race to succeed be known as the Board of Trade build- about $7,500. A stock company Tallahassee, Fla., April 12.-Both 'I cruiser Kron Prinz Will elm,
Washington, April .-Threatened might also be formed each man in convenedthis
in the houses of the legislature
Emmet Wilson as congressman ing.The
much I which has arrived at Newport News
with starvation, continuance of dan- Sentinel knows that there are Orlando taking as stock as pos-
a second district. several lots that may be purchased at sible. A contract could be made in afternoon and two hour session 1 Virginia, a request for a reasonableI
ger from shells, from Villistas and Senator J. N. Fogarty, of Key a reasonable cost fronting on or near such a way that the Board of Trade resulted in the introduction of one

Carranzistas, and a general demoralization West, has practically decided to en- Lake Eola, the city park. If this is could buy the stock in, and we anticipate hundred and sixteen new bills, thirty- period in which to decide how much

C of living conditions at Tam- ter the race for congress in the fourth not found suitable for the purpose ;.. that this could be done in three eight in the senate and eighty-five in time shall be asked to make repairs.The .
and in this leave
there are several other excellent and years case a revenuein +
pico has forced hundreds of Ameri- !. district, opposing Hon. W. J. Sears, of desirable lots located near the busi- the future, as stated above that the house. request will be granted.

cans there to send a telegram today Kissimmee. ness district proper. A lot could be could be devoted to advertising Orlando Committees of both houses had beenin

to Secretary Bryan pleading that they Attorney General West is out witha obtained for about $; ,000. A build- or in any way that the Boardof session since adjournment Friday, Newport News, Va., April 12.-The
ing that would be large enough to Trade might see fit for the good of
be taken into the United States. statement that he will be a candi- meet all needs for ten years could be Orlando. and were ready to report. The insur- German raider Kron Prinz WilLclm

Secretary Bryan asked the war de- date for re-election. It almost certain constructed for $10,000. This would Consider this matter thoroughly.We I i ance committee of the house and the will put to sea again as soon as the

partment to asign one of the army that Hayes Lewis, internal reve- make the total cost about $15.000. I. are sure that the men of Orlandoare corporation committee of the senate I necessary repairs can be made.i according -

transports at Galveston to this ser nue collector at Jacksonville, will oppose The building should be about 50 by public spirited enough to put this have scheduled a meeting for Thurs- to Commander Thierfelder.
100 feet two stories and built of brick idea through. It has been demon-
vice. The department gave Secretary Cephus Wilson and W. V. Knott and artificial stone. The first floor strated that the Tourist Headquartersis day evening when persons interestedin I Late today officials of the Newport

Bryan the Sumner, with a capacity of the present comptroller, in the guber- could be used for dances, banquets, a valuable asset not to considerany the twenty-nine insurance bills News Shipbuilding and Dry bock

1,000 passengers.The natorial campaign.The social gatherings winter resident as- convention hall for the Board of will be heard. company completed their survey of
sociation meetings where the winter Trade or any civic meetings.Join .
British ambassador asked the ,
of fences The members of the house wolf.Although .
building political visitors could' play cards, checkers, the Board of Trade and be one appearto the sea
state department to make inquiries seems to compel more attention read and congregate. The lower floor of the 300.DEATH be waiting for the senate to con- their report has not"yet

about the chances of safety of British around the capital after the adjourn- sider final action on the prohibition .been made to Commander Thierfelder'

subjects. The United States has two ment of a session than the many bills amendment which is scheduled as a I it is understood that the vessel is

vessels at Tampico for which may be incase that are being introduced in both URIAH SEELEY LEAVES[ CONWAY WOMANDeath special order for h Wednesday_ morning.It :badly in need of dry docking.

used as asylums foreingers houses. is understood the house desires action -I She is said to be leaking heavily

of emergency. in the senate before they take up I through plates which have been

Representations were made to the TILLIES PUNCTURED RO Leaves Today for Newark-Will Sunday Morning of a Be- final action. Prohibitionists here are I strained. Her boilers also need overhauling -

United States by Great Britain, MANCE" Stop at Charleston, S. C., loved Woman Was confident that he measure will pass and the hull is covered with
and several other t
Turkey, both houses. barnacles.It .
governments, demanding action to and Asheville, N. C., Eighty-two Yearsof
learned today that ten more
The Grand theatre was the scene was
protect the lives of foreigners in Mex- on Return TripMr. Age
last evening of one of if not the best GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS of the crew of the Kron Prinz Wil-
ico be made in the near future, according -
six reel comedy that ever played on TEIPLARIEET AT helm have been stricken with beri-
to George Addison Hughes, : Uriah Seeley, one of Orlando's Conway, Fla., April .-Mrs. Sim-
the canvas in Orlando. Marie Dressier DAYTONA beri, which has already struck down
representing the international com- most prominent and popular winter mons died at the home of her son, Mr.
starred, and with Charles Chaplanand more than 100. No official requestto
mittee in :Mexico City. Hughes laid residents, leaves today for Newark, Miles Simmons, in Conway at 11 a.m.
liable Normand convulsed the have the affected removed to
before the diplomatic representativesof N. J., where he will spend the sum- Sunday at the advanced age of 82 Daytona, Fla., April 12.Fair Day-

these governments affidavits recounting audience. So interesting was the play mer. He will stop en route at Charleston I years. She took the grippe about tona is already in gala array for the a hospital has yet been made.In .
that remained in their seats for note handed to Collector Ham
the outrages committed many S. c., thence to Asheville' N. C., I four weeks ago which resulted in twenty-first annual conclave of the a
the second There was ilton today, Commander Thierfelder '
against their citizens. The affidavitswere performance. where he will visit with his son until bronchitis and proved fatal. Inter- Grand Commandery, Knights Tem-
standing room only for the first stated that he had set on foot all arrangements -
per- of Florida which will be held :
gathered by the international the first of May. :Mr. Seeley expectsto ment will take place :Monday morningin plar ,
formance and the second audiencewas to determine the character -
committee.The return early in the fall and has the old Drawdy cemetery at Iron with Oriental Commandery No. 9, in
as large as the first. The "Punc- and extent of the repairs which
Capterton has moved up from many friends who will be eagerly Bridge, where she will be laid to rest this city, on Tuesday and Wednesdayof ,
tured Romance" was produced by the are necessary, and also the fuel and ;
Vera Cruz to Tampico, where it will awaiting his return. He is an enthu- beside her husband, who died eighteen this week, April 13 and 14. i
Film and other stores which he will need.
insist on the preservation of oil prop- company many siastic booster for Orlando and his years ago. Prince George will be headquartersfor
other stellar films from the same As soon as he obtains these reports, ;
erties of Great Britain and the Netherlands missionary labors will be more per- Mrs. Simmons was one of Orange the visiting Knights, the committee -
will be shown. The comedyof he he will communicate with the
when an attack is made by company ceptible the coming season than ever county's most esteemed pioneer citi- on hotels' and information being says
last evening will be presented German officials. ;
General Villa on the town. before. He will keep posted on the zens, and besides her family of nine composed of Sir Knights George F.

again Wednesday and every one in events in Orange county through the children leaves a large connection of Smith, L. M. Waite and II. G. Fletcher. Commander Thierfelder indicated ;
Orlando or Orange county who wantsto that he would lik eto put his ship in .
MR. KAXNER BRUISED, BUGGY Sentinel.He relatives throughout the county. Her
escape dull care should see the dry dock, but he was advised that this
WRECKED, HORSE CUT, VETERINARIAN leaves today for Sanford, wherehe later years were passed in peace and :Masonic: Hall on Orange avenue will 1
show. Mac Tallman, is must be included in his esti-
CALLED manager will take the boat for Jacksonville.The comfort visiting among her children. I be opened Monday, day and evening, request J
bringing the best plays obtainable to I mate of repairs and that he must 1
younger Seeley is general man- For the past five years she made her : for informal reception of sir knightsand
the Orlando public.' lIe now has Par- awati the decision of the United :
Harry Kanner's "Nancy Hanks" ager and part owner of the big manufacturing home in Conway, and all her life has their ladies, and all members of 1
features and the World Film before he
amount States government
made things lively for a while plant in St. Louis that turns been a faithful and consistent mem- the Oriental Commandery. All in- pro-
yes- Corporation pictures, and the best ceeds.
terday morning on some of Orlando's that the affords.S. out Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic and ber of the Baptist church. During all coming trains on :Monday: and Tues-

thoroughfares. In some hocus pocus open market Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets. He these years, and especially this last day will be met by the hotel and reception I"
manner part of the harness became is also interested in the big palace illness, she received the most loving committee to direct the vis-
disarranged, causing one of the P. C. A. TO HOLD MEETING hotel which the millionaire Groves, care and attention from her children itors to their quarters.

shafts to drop, at which the animal FRIDAYOne who is his father-in-law, built at and grandchildren.
Tampa, Fla., April 12.-General
took fright and started to run. After Asheville.Mr. MORE THAW
of the most worthy societies of enthusiasm among horticulturists over
traversing several of the streets, the Seeley has greatly enjoyed his STEALS BICYCLE FROM ORLANDO -
the state is being manifested in the
this or any other city is the society
runaway was halted in front of the winter in Orlando and expects to return POLICEMANThat New York, April 12.-Thaw's motion -
twenty-eighth annual convention of
that looks after dumb animals and
Tremont hotel. Mr. Kanner next winter. to his
was for a jury trial subject
protects them against the cruelties of the Florida State Horticultural Society
bruised somewhat by the experience. man. The local society has accom- a bicycle thief is no respecterof present mental state will be heard by I which will meet here Tuesday

C the buggy practically demolished,and BASEBALL RESULTS persons was clearly demonstrated the supreme court before Justice
and continue its sessions
plished great good in the past and evening until -
the horse badly cut, requiring the ser- Saturday night when some chain I Newburger Thursday afternoon, the Friday morning.
they: are planning to increase their ac-
vices of Dr. the veterina- South Atlantic Officer J. F. announced Thaw in
Wienenga, tivities. To this end an meetingis League gang aspirant purloined court today. was Among the subjects to be treated
rian, to stop the flow of blood. to be held in Tourist Headquarters Augusta 18, Columbia 3. Bozarth's wheel from the curbing court today in regard to his habeas exhaustively will be the citrus canker,

Albany 5, Columbus 3. where it had been left by him. The corpus proceedings, but the hearing
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, to and experts will tell how it was imported -
AUTO CAUGHT FIRE Jacksonville 10, Macon 3. wheel was a Racycle roadster, number went over owing to the illness of
which the public is invited. Good what damage it has done,
speakers will be present. Charleston 7, Savannah 4 (14 innings 8826. The Sentinel hopes the guiltyone Deputy Attorney General Kennedy, in what methods have been undertakento

Col. Bradshaw's auto caught fire ata ). will be apprehended, as pilfering charge of the state's case.PROIIXE fight it and what results have been

local last evening and the Federal League bicycles is getting too common, anda
garage DIWW :i) YESTERDAY IN LAKE accomplished. The Florida Horticul-
fire alarm was sounded. A short circuit PATRICKJ. Baltimore 5, Newark 8. good sentence on the roads woulddo MARIANNA:: CITIZEN tural Society and Florida Growers'and

from a drop light ignited greaseon Brooklyn 7, Buffalo 5. much to putting a stop to it. DEAD Shippers' League have been instrumental -

the auto. A fire extinguisherfailed Kansas City 3, Pittsburg 0.
in the
J. Hochstrasser, 60 years old waging fight
to quench the flames, the motor was drowned Sunday morning in Lake Chicago-St. Louis, wet grounds. HAVE PURCHASED ATTRACTIVE Mr.:: W. A. Lewis, a prominent cit- against the past and through the recent -

fire truck was called, but a second extinguisher Patrick. Early in the morning he HOME izen of Marianna, died in that city, government appropriation, the

stopped the conflagration.As had gone out for a fishing trip, and DELIVERED ADDRESS Saturday, after a lingering illness of fight is said now to be on a success-

a result Col. Bradshaw will not not returning his wife became uneasy. After today Sheriff and Mrs. J. F. many months. He was a brother of ful basis.

be able to use his car in going to the Help was called, a search was made, Supt. J. McKinnon delivered an Gordon will be at home to their Ion.[ H. H. Lewis, collector of internal 1

Commandery meeting at Daytona to- resulting in the recovery of the'body. address last evening at the Barton friends under their own vine and fig revenue, and of Amos Lewis, memberof TO ATTEND STATE HORTICUL-

day. The deceased was subject to epilepsy, Lake school. He will attend the fish tree. They have recently purchasedfrom the legislature from Jackson coun- TURAL CONVENTIONMr.

and it is thought that while he was in fry which will be held today. The :Messrs.: Payne and Beck the attractive ty, and E. C. Lewis, postmaster at

STATE'S ATTORNEY JONES TO this condition he fell overboard and Barton Lake school, which came to a residence on South Lake Marianna. and Mrs. E. J. Cox, of Gabriella -

DELAND was drowned. He is survived by a close yesterday, has had a very successful street. were in Orlando yesterday en

State's Attorney Jos. II. Jones left widow. season. POLICE COURT YESTERDAY route to Tampa to attend the State

yesterday afternoon for DeLand to WAS FINED $300 Horticultural convention, which meetsin

be present whin circuit court for Vo- 150 Cosmopolitans for Iay.Ic- THE WEATHER :MAN SAYS: Carl Morris:: was fined $300 Satur- Henry Yates, drunk, $5, paid; Sam that city this week. They will also

lusia Bounty begins its spring session Clure's Monday. Come and see us. Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednes day by Judge Warlow charged with Henchey, drunk, $5; Lee Ross, drunk, pay a visit to St. Petersburg before i

today.i Curtis & O'Neal, Orange avenue. day. petit larceny. $5; John Doe, drunk, $5. returning home. '


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By a committee vote of 7 to 6 a bill
providing for a referendum on statewide -
A Fine Sweet Pipefor
He Was on the Watch For It, Too, but prohibition was favorably reported -i SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS! !
be It Gave Him the Slip. to the New York assembly. :
With it.
you;Js the Wellington. you can sure
- of( a cool sweet dry smoke. You won't have the In a certain western city an alder I II !
man had tried for fifteen years to win I

slightest tractable.trouble Saliva keeping cant get the to Wellington the fire to dean boil and and be the bad mayoralty run only office.to be Time defeated.and again It so Dr. S. S. Jones: Garden and Field Seed .

splutter. f chanced that the election for aldermenwas
I in an off year from that of the CHIROPRACTOR I .

mayor. For this reason the aldermanwho graduate Davenport College' 17 and I
longed to be mayor was always 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone

able to run for alderman after he hadbeen 209. Intelligent people everywhere I Golden Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc
are being restored to he-.lth chiropractic I
defeated he was for always the mayoralty.And elected alder adjustments, the new by science-' Hickory King Corn, quart ________________________lOc

man of his ward by increasing majori oi removing the cause of disease. Ex- '! Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart _________________15c
the It won'tfoul m I
is made on correct pipe principle. = animation free. 12-24-lmo i
and it can't dog. Come on in and pick the ties. lIe was always elected president Country Gentleman Corn, quart __________________15c
board. And in all these
shape you like best-every one a masterpipe.25c. \ of the fifteen White Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc
years he yearned to exercise the dutiesof I
35c. 50c up. mayor.It Dr. F. F. Thompson : Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________25c

Made In happened that the mayor fell ill Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc
Look them over at the AmericaGOOD one time and the aspirin alderman DENTIST
that if the chief Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
announced city's executive
115; S. Orange ..\n'., Curtis & I
r became incapacitated he would Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

AND BAD CIGAR STOREOUR claim: the right to act as mayor and let O'Neals. Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
the people of the city know In some .
way that he was mayor indeed. Lima Beans, quart _________.____________________30c
The mayor had a bad case of rheu 'twi.t -wr ---1I : Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1 ,

matism. At last he did not comedownto f Florida Favorite :Melon Seed, lb. __________________65c'
MOTTO his office and the head of the aldermanic !
: board kept his ear to the ground I II I Ga. Rattlesnake Melon: Seed, lb. ___________________60c

Small Profits and Quick Returns" ready to act at a second's cotice. Tom Watson Melon Seed, Ib ______________________75c
Two days went by. Three days. A I _____ 15c. 2 for 25c
Choice Clay Peas _____ quart, quarts
week. On the telephone It was always !
Have you seen them? Our feeds. Have you got them? reported that the mayor was about the i Black Eye Peas __________________________quart, 18c

Our prices. The former will please you; the latter will same. Whipporwill Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 25c
surprise you. EVERYDAY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY At last the alderman could wait no
longer. Ten days was too much for a
HERE. mayor to be away. lIe drove to the yA

mayor's house one night ready to ask City Drug StoreJ.
him why be didn't delegate some one South Atlantic Limited

L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 to act for him now that he bad been COMFORT-Solid through steel electric 0 ,
III so long.A lighted train; observation and L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
garrulous servant answered his drawing-room sleepers; coaches,dining
ring. The president of the board of cars serving all meals.CONVENIENCELeaves. -.
aldermen pushed his way Into the vestibule Jacksonvilleevery

Our New Eola" Letter FileIs evening at 8:15; arrives Cincinnati -
"How is your master tonight?" he and Louisville early! next evening;
asked solemnly. Columbus, Cleveland Indianapolis few-
proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart- "Indeed sir, he's a great deal bet hours later; prompt connections other
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually ter. In fact, he's all right, and he's Indiana Michigan and Ohio points.
easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young got back home." Three Other Fine Trains The 1a3et:
lady can open them with perfect ease. "Got back home! Why, where has DIXIE LIMITED-Fastest and finestto
These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells' for he been? I understood he was very Chicago and St. Louis. I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
ill." DIXIE FLYER Year round solid
35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter train for Chicago and inter- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
"So he was, sir, but they thought It through
files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the best to take him away to Hot Springsten medi.ce points.MONTGOMERY. FRESH AND SALT MEATS .

name. _:. .... days ago. He got along fine. They Through: sleeper and ROUTE dining EXPRESS-car servicefor Kept under the best sanitary conditions. '

didn't want any one to know he had St. Louis, daily all the year. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fre81l .
W. S. BRANCH gone away because there's some bigbluffer ; Choice of route U ONE L. if N. fetter
of a buttin' in alderman who is There are many others which make. the roada and pore.
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE just aching to be the mayor: and toss faroriU and full with ieoru.atloe'ph.oe trarelen. for rate,wire,reservations or writs We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

things about, so, to fool him, they keptIt HC.. BRETNEYl.riJaPaae.t.rAot everything in the Meat Line.
quiet and just answered him polite 114 W.it Bit St,(BD',k..*U7) .

like on the telephone every day.- Jacksonville, Florida; EC. 1VT. Self & Co.
New York Sun. Direct and divers
I 1
rotes to the I.1
I.form Eipotitiooj. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
CAREY HANDFUNERAL Admirably Equipped. Ar.'e for det.ib.S .
Cardinal the famous Ital- ,
ian linguist, who died at the age of -
seventy-five knew and could speak
DIRECTOR more than fifty languages.: lIe could
entertain his English friends with
. AND EMBALMER specimens of the Yorkshire dialect and
his French or German visitors with ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
the patois of their respective countries RS
"Dear me," exclaimed Lord
Byron, to whom this was told; "he
t All calls answered Promptly Day ought to have: been" the custodian of SHEET METAL CO.
the tower of Babel: !
Hand Block.
or Night.

Orlando Florida.PHONE That which Do the can Right be Thing.done with per- IDHAT is the Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
I fect convenience and without loss is
not always the thing that: most needsto -' creeping stealing and Rubber RoofingsCornices
over the mind
be done or which we are most Im-
639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, of this lovely girl until
peratively required to do.-John Ilus- aheiscotnpeiledtomake Metal
Ventilating Ceilings
kin. a confession that may Skylights. .Healing,
t send a former lover to
the gallows

His New Acquaintance.When Questhypnotizethe Why did Sanford Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO .
John D. Rockefeller's motorcar ,, brantifu 1 Lenora? ;
stopped In front of a store In Yon- ': Here is a scene so !
kers the other day Thomas Murphy a true to Me it leaves yon ,
It is
113f'ing. only one I
laborer recognized the occupant of the of the thousands of i
car. As Mr. Rockefeller sat: watching thrilling moments that I
a are crammed into the i
t S.A Y" : the crowd Murphy went up to the f;fteen' episodes of the I .
auto. and. stretching out his hand exclaimed World's Greatest De- i I

: The tectivePhotoplay-Black Box. Orlando Meat MarketT.
"Put her there. John, old man!" See this.supremely The
(micron* tn t here for
t Mr. Business Man, I will Mr. Rockefeller started, smiled and you Fifteen free wonderfu'eTery episode entertoiniuf :
then shook hands and chatted with nif hto.f io,for you A. YANCY, Manager.
offer for ten days to subdivide Murphy a few minutes until the foot seeThe
man came out of the store. As Mr
t the property cor- Black BoxThe Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Photoplay Serial Supreme Florida and Western Meats
Avenue Jackson
ner Orange -
IS Episodes-one a week

i 1 and Boone streets in STRATS SATURDAY NIGHT i Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetablcs,\GanJe, Etc. a .

suit Theatre Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
parcels to purchaser. Roof Garden

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I' greatest care in its manu"e make our Ice Cream from Church Social

and us
I THEN SHOOK HANDS AND CHATTED. I facture come up tubercular tested cows. All

f Rockefeller drove away Murphy bowed I I make it. You will be surprised cans, moulds and everythingused School Social
VALUES LOW PRICES and Mr. Rockefeller returned the I j at the care every detail is given.Any .
salute."lie's. I in the manufacture of our Lodge
: COMPARE I'' a fine man" was Murpby'scomment kind you want, any time
to the crowd. I you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- Picnic
t "Do you know him?" Murphy was ized.
t I OUR FURNITUREWe I asked. from a quart up. IiI
"Sure I do now if I didn't before" I You are cordially invited to Order Hands Pure
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provide the quality i of furniture'that has long I was answer._ inspect our factory at any

k t been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I An Insulting Program.A time. Ice Cream I a
I. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good i lady's maid who had been to a i I
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca ,'t make servants' ball came back before the II I
t this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones 1 I evening was half over: and In tears
of this business, and that means much to any buyer. : Her mistress inquired the cause.

I I i I a"I young was man.grossly" insulted ma'am by HANDS ICE CREAM CO. a

& DAVIS BLOCK, s, """(>11. what: did he do?"
\VelL. ma'am he asked me to go
Cor. Orange A\ and Church SI.. Orlando. Fla. down to supper with him and when 566 W. Jefferson Streetr
L : .J' I we had: finished he said" 'Is your program t
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300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Patterson, J. C, retired.

Quigg, E. A., livery stable.R Scrap Book 'i..

"BE A SELF STARTER-DOXT Remsen, Dean II. R, Episcopal ch.

WAIT TO BE CRANKED Rogers.Hay born Fergus D. B., &Grocer Rogers.).


TRADE NOW Rogers. W. W.. San Juan Garage. Sum-on Turd.ln> .Kvuini'Iifeuril the j
Rex Walter '''.. Dickson-Ives Co. extraordinary feat of ruuuiu: the ,

W. II. Reynolds, retired. Grand Union hutcl! and \icing; a humor
MEMBERS PAID 1915 Robinson C. B., lawjer. L>t of nation wide reputation at the ,
. A Robinson, B. M., county clerk. same time was asked what he tousidered -
- Ange J. F.. contractor. Reese, J. II., Reporter-Star. the IK.' joke.
Anders, F. L, grocer. Rose, W. ''., real estate. -I tell stories." said he. "nor '

Baxter i'. EL, real estate.B Robinson Robertson,,O.W.traveling H.. retired.S man. c an I never remember them." That looked '

, Beck A. L*. Beck Lumber Co. ,1isroura iu:. But presently Mr. Ford \ fOR WOMEN\% MISSES
Blankner. F. L. Sallas S. F., plumber. rishtened; up amazingly and finishedhis
Bossier. Dr. II. J-, dentist. Starbuck. V. S., lawyer. comment in this way: ,
BeardalU Dr. Hat, physician. Smith. H. A., Orlando Pharmacy.Self Here is u bit of humor however and ,
Brannon, T. CL, S. A. L. conductor.J. H. M.. meat market. iI true hotel 1 hai>i>euiuK.
D. Barnes Yowell-Duckworth. Smith M. M.. real estate. Our steward had printed on the bills '
Dr. R. P. Buckmaster osteopath.Nat Soloman. Ben dry goods.
of fare the following notice:
Burman gents' furnishings. Stalberg H-, dry goods. -Articles brought into the hotel and AND CHILDREN[
Bumby, Joe, hardware. Sligh, S. J. orange grower.
Butt, Arthur tax assesosr. Smith, W. II-, chief police. used at. the tables will be charged :
Brokaw ,,,. II., nurseryman. Sperry E. F., mayor. for as though furnished by the house."
Beeman, H.. San Juan hoteL Schnaar, Jno., insecticide mfg. Some one mailed me one of these '
Branch, W. S., book store. Strong, Claud IL, Phillips Mfg. Co. bills and under the notice he had writ- ,
Berry, Bert auto repairs. Steinspring, II. W., wholesale grog ten: On 2-nd Floor
' Brown, T. O., men's clothing. T "I>0e4 this apply to false teeth?"- ,
Bradshaw, J. N., insurance. Turner, J. IL, mgr. citrus exchange. New York Times.
Branham, L. G., S. A. L. frt. agt. Tilden. W. L., lawyer.
, Beardall. Vim, lawyer. Topliff, C. IL, restaurant. 1
Terry, F. J- monument works. The Happiest Heart. '
Barker Geo. A. painter.
Burden, Jas. N. Butt's Candy Kit. Townsend. C. S., contractor. Who drives the horses of the sun EXCEPTJ 'JAL SMART GARMtlNTSi
Beggs, James D.. real estate. Tenney, Lloyd S., Mgr. Fla. Grow Shall Ion it but a day. i
Bumby A. W.. Bumby Hdw. Co. era' and Shippers' League. Better the only d1 were done
And Kept tie humble way.
Butt, E. W., Butt's Candy Kitchen. Thornton. James I-. retired. I
Brown, C. G., Yowell-Duckw'h Co. Tucker, J. IL, county treasurer. The rust will find the sword of fame;
Beeman, Edwin, San Juan hoteLC Vivian II. A., dairy. The duct Mill hide the crown
W Aye:, none Mij.1 nail w high his name
Westcott, C. G., automobile mfg. Times" will not tear it down. The most advanced styles in new modelsat
Catechis, D. S, restaurant. Wieninga, B. D., veterinary surg'n. i
Cheney J. Y., O. W. & L. Co. Woodbury, R. C.. wholesale grocery. The Was happiest In some heart quiet that breast ever; beat
Christ, Dr. C. D., physician. Warlow, Judge T. I>>., county judge. That found the common daylight sweet prices which are substantially Lower
Curtis & O'Neal book store. Way, S. Y., insurance. And left to heaven the rest.
Caruthers & Gore, grocers. Waring, R. D., real estate. -John Vance Cheney.
Cheney, Donald, O. W. & L. Co. Woodruff, Seth, stockman.
Chad wick. C. D., real estate. Watson W. P., S. A. L. engineer. Regretted Her Rash Wish. than the customary prices for such gar-
Cheney, J. M. O. W. and L. Co. Whitman. Dr. A. B., dentist.
Once when Strickland Gillilan was
Cohoon RobU canning factory. Wright, Whitney cigar store.
W. K. & Smith Cigar lecturing at the home of "Tama Jim"Wilson of such character and distinction.Values
Curry, Curry Weathersbee, Allen S., transfer co. ments
Factory. Wilmott, J. ''"., Tremont hoteLY (Tatua. la.i. the afternoon was .
D dark in the big; Chautauqua pavilion

Dean Jas. U, druggist. Yancey. T. A., meat market. and the speaker was iu almost total as usual not to be found in other stores.
Daetwyler, It., real estate. N. P. Yowell, Yowell-Duckworth. eclipse."Taffy". ,
Dann II. Carl real estate. Yearby, J. R-. Yow'ell-Duck worth. Sears, a fellow lecturer
Davis W. M, stock raiser. standing near the back of the building.
Davis G. IU wholesale grocer. ABOUT LIQUORThe heard a lad.v whisper:
Dickson Harry, Dickson-Ives Co. "My. I wish they'd turn on the footlights BeautifulSummerDresses Smart and Clever Styles :
Dickinson, C. 1% lawyer. so we could see his facer*
Dickson-Ives, department store. South African government has

Dolive. S.>>G.. real estate. prohibited the sale of drink to sol- She Pretty caught soon u good the look lights at flashed the homely up. In the new nets laces, voiles, linens and In wash skirts. Materials of ratine pique
National Bank.
Dow C. Peoples
Davis E. W.. lawyer. diers. and expressionless mug of him and novelty wash ma'terials. poplin, repp, linens and cotton Garbar-
Dale Fred B_ real estate. Chancellor W. R. Chapman of Ala- she exclaimed: far more fervently: The most attractive Frocks we have ever dines, white and sand.

E. G. Duckworth Yowell-Duckw'th. bama has upheld the anti.liquor ad- -lily. 1 wish they'd turn out ttioee' shown, large line, stunning styles just in,

Dolive Duke.,Buford.Louis, insurance Duke E HalL and realty.E vertising law. footlightsr-Judge.: and range in price from $1.25 to $7.00

II. Evans, jeweler. Local freight agents in Wheeling, Amended the Sign.A .
locally famous sign painter, now $3.00 to $15.00
Estes, V. W., druggist. West Virginia have received noticeof
Edwards. Dr. G. IU physician. deceased, was asked to paint a sign! -
Eaton, W. IU Orange grower. an embargo on all spirituous "The Union Five Cents Savings Bank."
Essington, W. CL, The SentineL liquors. As this was! a new bank In town he Childrens Dresses

Empie, Jno. F-, Soot Cash Grocery.F was instructed to turn out something
The Toronto Globe and the Citizenof rather unusual and he promised faith i Dresses for all Occasions Large asortment white and colors in all

Ferris, Josiah SentineL Ottawa have announced an antiliquor fully to do his best. When the sign the late styles, sizes from 4 to 14 years,
Fishback, D. IL, irrigating plants. .
was finished it was brought for theinspection
Nick, fruit stand. advertising policy. The move- Exclusive display.
Francisco of the trustees, who were styles; a magnificient
Feinberg. J. L, clothing. ment spreads. Just arrived large line new models,
Father M. Fox, Catholic church. somewhat disquieted when they saw em$1 .00 to $5.00
FiezU A. A., Orlando Roof & Sheet that the sign read as follows: "The Un- bracing the newest styles in nets,
.' Metal Co. Pancho Villa says that Mexico will ion Five-Cent Savings;: Bank. and silks.
Fort L. B- San Juan Garage. be a prohibition country if he wins. Considerable discussion ensued when

Field, A. R., Field & Co. The bandit general uses some very they requested him to add an"s"whichhe -
Fuller, A. Y.. Palms Auto Co. scientific language in sizing up the bad omitted and he retorted that $18.00 to $28.00 Our Juvenile Department ;
Naif, "
Forage grocery.
alcohol problem. no -s was necessary, but as they insisted -
G he took it back to the shop, very
Hawley, D. L cigars.C. -0--
much disgusted with the evident lack We are abundantly equipped this year
Goodrich. E. Graham C. W.retired.abstractor. "There is no more chance of stop- of the first principles of education. to supply the wants of all mothers, and at
ping the enactment of a local option When be brought it back It read Elegant Coat SuitsJust
Gore. Mahlon, retired. as the same time gladden the hearts of the
Griffin S. S., real estate. law for Pennsylvania than there is of follows: "The Union Five-Scent Savings youngsters.

Gordon Frank, sheriff. checking the sweep of the breezesover Bank." arrived! I large line in novelty, checks, Sprague made Wash Suits and Rompers,
Glenn, W. U The SentineL the Blue -Thar;' he said "b' Be
Ridge mountains. So gorry you serges,poplins and Gabardines, in all theprevailing
white and 50 different to
fancy styles
Giles Jas. U. real estate. se-
satisfied now--New York Times.
George J. T., meat market. says the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, styles. You will be surprisedat lest from.
Guernsey, Jos. U. hardware. Telegraph.In the splendid values.
For Good Cause.A .
Green Henry contractor. -v-
Giles, LeRoy B., lawyer. man allowed himself to get very 50c
Saskatchewan, Canada, after to $6.00Boys
much excited about a letter he had $16.00 to $35.00
April 1 all barrooms must be closedat
Hardaway S. D., Pure Food Groc'y.Harper written to the editor of a newspaper. .
Dr. W. M., osteopath. 7 p. m., and on July 1 all bar and He told a friend that he intended to
Hart P. CL, meat market. club licenses will be cancelled. Can- lick the editor.
Hand, Jno., furniture. Shirts and Blouses Kaynee and
ada has a prohibition movement of its "Why? ,
Holden Hutton, E.L. P.M..,architect.steam laundry. own which is gathering all the sweepof "Well. the other day I sent him a Boys Pants made of Wool and Wash Bell Brands, white and fancy, splendid line

Hartcorn, Albert IL, lawyer. the dry winds in the United letter on public'" affairs which I signed material, all sizes. to choose from.
Helms, F. U, Helms IIdw. Co. States. 'Jtlonestas.Didn't .
Hand, Cary, undertaker. be print it?'
50c 50c
to $2.00 to $1.00
Hauselt. E. G., Peoples Bank. -Sure tie printed It. Bat what did edo
Howard C. E, Orange Co. Citizen. The Mattingly and Moore Distilling but add an 's' to the signature!" i

Hovey C. A., real estate. company and the F. G. Walker Dis-

Howell Dr. J. CL osteopath. tilling company, both of Bardstown, Fooled Him.
Haden, A., orange grower. -When I was In the profes- NEW SPRING MILLINERY SHOWNBest
Howe, S. W-, State Bank. Kentucky, have gone into bankruptcy. '
Holbrook, J. I'., Hupmobile. Nelson county, Kentucky, in which sion. said a dentist "I was working
Hand II. E, ice cream mfg. in a country place for a few weeks to
Bardstown is located has
Ilupple, AL, auto repairs. now only help a friend. One day a farmer at the BIG STORE. -CWe beg to announcea
25 distilleries.
Herndon A. B., civil engineer.I Not so very long agoit came in-a big muscular chap, full of
I had 29. blooded bone of the sort whose teeth beautiful display of exquisite Trimmed Hats
M. R. Dickson-Ives Co. --0- come like the roots of oak trees. ,
J The Morrin-Powers Mercantile "\C he sat in the chair he asked.
Jackson Jansen,Carl J. W.city, turpentine clerk. operator. pany, a wholesale liquor house failedin Will it hurtFeeling ?' most beautiful effects and they are justly correct

Johnson. C. li, So. Fla. Foundry. Kansas City, Missouri, the other in a rather jocular mood, I
answered. 'Well if it doesn't it shaD'tcost and all Beautiful line of
Johnson, S. A., city commissioner.K day. Receivers have been asked for moderately priced. Un-
you anything.: Then I fell to

Kanner. IU dry oods. the Shawhan Distillery company of work. timmed Shapes Flowers Wreaths and Fruit all
Knox, James A., insurance. western Missouri. Since prohibition -The tooth came even harder than I ,
Keys, E. S., A. C. U frt. agt. simply makes more drinking than expected. so as the man got up from
Kent, A. G., retired. ever we can't understand what's the the chair and pulled himself togetherhe at exceptionally low prices.
S.. architect.
King, Murry
L matter with the liquor business over had not uttered a sound-I said.

Long L. B.. Helms Hdw. Co. the Well did it hurt
Lawton, J. B., printer. countl'0- 'Not a bit.' answered the country-

Laubach P. F., feed store. Iran and strode out of the office, leaving -
By recommendation of the !
Lartigue, Chas, insurance. city me minus a fee completely nonplussed -
Leu. IL- P.. Cain-0'Berry Boiler council committee on crime in Chicago and the laughing stock of my ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR

Works. hereafter the records of all applicants friend and the two or three patrons ,

M for saloon and pool room licenses who sat about the office.
Massey, U CL, lawyer. where the crime raet is unus- -I haTe never tried to be funny professionally REELS AT EVERY SHOW
Merck N. J., druggist. "
ually high will be scrutinized with since. said he medita
Miller J. O-, auto livery. extreme -
Magruder, J. B., Empire hotel. care. Why does not this com- tively.
Miller. DeWitt. Wyoming hoteL mittee recommend that the in -
McCulIouRh. Ceo, departm't store. grocers A Use For His Voice.
McLean, ,,,. postmaster.. these districts be investigated or the On one occasion while crossing the Imp. Drama, 2 reels, Nelson, Henley. Nestor Comedy.

:Martin W. E., tax collector. dry goods people The Chicago Jour- ocean David m (lbam. the famous opera I
:Mathews, Tom '''., contractor. "THE BLACK PEARL"Victor "DOWN ON THE FARM"
says that "the city is dotted with singer;: in addition to his contribu-
Dr. J. S, physician. I
McKay, Donald G. saloons or pool rooms run by grad- tion to the usual concert program

McElroy, J. :Merle McElroy Phcy. uates from Joliet (the penitentiary)." given for the benefit of the sailorswidows Drama, :Mary: Fuller. I
merchant.. and children fund offered to Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
Moore J. -
J N The Hotel Adams, of Phoenix, Arizona nuction si program which had been an- '"THE GOLDEN SPIDER" Admission Nights 5c. and lOc. I IYowellDuckworth
NewelL S. A. ass't ca -h'r State Bk. tograpbed by all the distinguished peo- Ii
Nolan. Geo. E. cash'r O. B. & T.Co. used page ads. to fight prohibi- ')le on hoard, He actually secured
:Nicholson, J. R, bakery. tion when the question was up in that -430 for the program which was add i
Newell. J. J., Newell Electric Co. state because they feared that it l.-d to the receipts from ticket AfterIt

:Niles C. L. would ruin the hotel business in that was all over n ;gentleman approached ,
Norcross, P., retired.
O state. Just thirty-six days after the Mr ni I IOrando's
Overstreet, M' O-. banker, manufr. state went dry this item appeared in admiration and enthusiasm: -Say. I'm 1! Co.
P the Arizona Gazette: "The Hotel Ad- a New York auctioneer and I waut to
Phillips W. Paul. laundry. tell you that was great work you did
ams has been full to the roof for the
Person Dr. W. C.. phjsician. tonight. Here is my card. and whenever
Poulson. Rev. E. T. Baptist church. past week and has been compelled to you want to give up singing; ;: you ] Largest Store. "Quality Did It." ja
Payne, U L, fertilizer and lumber. turn away guests daily. More than just come down to me. and I'll give I js
Phillips T. W., auto dealer. 4:
Peppercorn, F. A., contractor. ten arrivals on this mornin's train you $10,000 a year to sell our stuff. .. I I41111111'llllllllllllllllltllllll
Porter. Dr. could not be accommodated." IIII'. .." s
George Physician. 'IIIII'1..111111.11111.1..111.
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South Florida Sentinel REPAREDNESS.The of the motor fire I
I coming new
( W. S. Branch)
truck has impressed upon the Orlando
MORNING AND WEEKLY the real of fire.
public menace
V. M. GLENN .................nn.Edlter A revolver under a pillow brings Woodberry & Howard's big auto FOR SALE :
C. ESSINGTON .Baalana Manager
---- the realization that burglars exist. delivery truck is one of the most businesslike -
look listen" posted things in the
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando Florida "Stop, signs on looking city.
as Second Class Mail Matter. railroad crossings causes one to consider Ve are glad to see it come on to the
trains as a source of danger. street every morning loaded to the I .:::::
SUBSCRIPTION RATES New pavements makes one realize top with groceries and feed for the Il '

Daily 1 Year ........................ 5.00 how bad a street's condition was before local dealers. ry
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2-60 transformation.A l ::;
Daily :3 Months ...................... 1.25 << the -0If --
Daily. Month ....................... .(0< standing army and a large, adequate you have an idea that you cannot
is sufficient to compel a raise those big, magnificent pan-
.....-. .......... $1.00 navy A new two-story
Weekly. 1 Year :.;.:: nation to think of war and its dreadful sies in Orlando, you should go up on
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN consequences. lillcrest avenue and see them growing eight room modern I .
ADVANCETO Never before did Orlando consider! i in the _Tiedtke yard. If.you are:
ADVERTISERS: fire to be such a source ol real danger discouraged about raising beauttfuicarnations and unique dwell- !
until the new motor fire truck go and see those that Miss '
Copy for display and all other hand-set dashed down Orange avenue with firefighters Hope Starbuck grows at her home on ing, with double I
advertising must be handeo in at the business clinging to it, the siren and East Livingston avenue. If you can
ffie,. .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... sleeping porches, w
and take slantat
before publication. This rate applies ben sounding, people palpitating- not make a good garden a '
to the chances day, for contract advertising; it is Iy inquiring,"Where is the fire?" Now Hillman's little patch on the corner modern garage and
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered t.. that the new motor fire truck has Magnolia and Livingston avenues.If .
discontinued demonstrated its usefulness as a firefighter your roses don't bloom buy some butlers quarters, I
Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing on- equal to a score of horses and fresh new varieties of that silent, location I
the-date of expiration otherwise it will be fifty men, people exclaim, "We should modest rose merchant, Mr. Brokaw, very pretty
continued at the regular subscription rates. have had it before. or that still more silent Mr. Bill overlooking Lake We Are Planning
until notice to stop. is received In a like sense when the Board of Spier, and tell them you are from ;
Telephone Nonib r Trade has a membership of formidable Missouri. Eola. $4500.00 will I .

TUESDAY APRIL 13, 1915. into proportions the past and the remark public,will"This" gaze is "IIUMPTY DUMI'TY"Perry buy this if taken ,

what we needed ten years a""o.
Kill that fly today and avoid the Now that the pavement is where now, it is a bargain.SlDolivefiSon. I IS.
disease and illness that may be fatalto crooked, sandy streets used to run G. Wall sat on a wall,
or later. people> admiringly look at the new Perry G. Wall heard a big call;
you -yours o- thoroughfare and enthuse, saying, All the Bryan fellers, and all the II I
lover "We should have had paving ten Bryan men
Italy reminds us of the ardent Can't G. Wall back the
--it wouldn't have worked get Perry on
for the years ago For
who is afraid to ask papa wall again a
such a hardship. 6
hand of his daughter.
In other words, it is not necessaryto
-o- lock the stable door after the horseis i
Some individuals imagine that always stolen. iI

finding everywhere alleged This is the day of preparation. DoctorsBiiekluastel' I
cause for complaint is evidence of Without it cities fail, individuals per- I

their smartness. ish.A REAL ESTATE
-o man who made a success once & Briindiige
"sPEaking seNAToRiallY," re- said that he wouldn't give a snap of
marks the Tampa Tribune. Certainly"PERY" his fingers for the man who couldn't OSTEOPATHS Nt. 3 WEST PINE STREET .
and "NAT." Quite obvious? look ahead at least ten years and
Yes, WeALL think so! foretell events. I Personal instruction under Dr. Still Second Floor ,I

-o All of the great thinkers, scientists, at Kirksville, Mo. I
and trimmer financiers, manufacturers, inventors, I BigSewcia1n
Being a hypocrite
132 S. Orange Ave, above
may win sometimes, but it is only a and statesmen live not for today but .
question of time when those playingthe for tomorrow. National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. M I
game will get on to your curves. Edison is living in the future; Fulton I I I,
lived many years ahead; so did
Jell, Marconi, Franklin, Jefferson, J-
The latest thing in an alarm clockis Lincoln, and hundreds of others.
a contrivance that emits a honk, The expression. "Let the morrow
think he is in 111 111II
making sleeper i
take care of itself, is for those who II
automobile. And he
front of an gets believe destiny has carved a place for
out of bed with a jump. each and every one.

o The future of Orlando, of Tampa,
The twenty-eighth annual Florida of Jacksonville, of Miami, of scores l '
State Horticultural Society opens its of other cities, and of Florida lies in
meeting at Tampa today. The twen- the men of today. Look ahead, men :
ty-ninth annual convention should be of Orlando, and plan for the Orlandoof Week
held here one year from today! 1925, not 1915.
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A "jitney" is Irish for a Jackson- I :
\Ye read "Ford Interested in Ostrich -
ville booster who has lost himself in Farm Plans for Tampa" in the. Magnolia AvenueI
Ybor City and pays a taxi driver six Tampa Tribune, and reading further I
bits to get him back to the Tribune find it is "W. W. Ford" instead of

information bureau in Tampa Town. "Henry W. Ford." Dog-gone, we suffered have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-

-o heart palpitation in reading uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
To protect our home labor and not those lines. One little initial and
bring into the community a lot of Florida might have had a new Ford
This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
men looking for work, while we have factory with a different body, thus-
plenty of industrious and competentmen "new ostrich streamline body, invul- number of bearing fruit trees.I .
to fill every job, it is the sense nerable to nails, tin, glass, and horse
of the Sentinel' that it is just as shoes-the Ford eats 'em alllonghood will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof

wrong to promote prosperity pipes as digs its head under Florida feet off south end.
it is to circulate calamity criesStatistics sands-see local agent for details." a

-o o The house is in good condition and is arranged into
show that it cost "There is a tide in the affairs of:
discover America. Hats off$7,000to to man (legislator) which taken at the light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income Commencing
Isabella who furnished the flood (of bills) leads on to victory." of
Queen $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
money. She was some "queen," and oADDJTIOXAL
we might add that the firm of "Isa- LOCAL bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
bella and Columbus" was the greatest
real estate agency in the world, ex- General and Mrs W. A. Hunt, after
cluding the Orlando live wire real estate spending a pleasant winter in Orlan-
men, who are second to none.o do, guests at the New Lucerne, left Cash or terms.

yesterday for their home in Youngstown MONDAY WEEK\ [ [

"It requires more good judgment to. Ohio, where they will remain I
know when to talk than what to say.' until fall, when they expect to returnto
this of their friends
city. Many
Josh Billings said this a generationago
at the to .them off.
is were depot see
but his philosophy ever green.
The Sentinel will the
We believe the time to talk has ar Weekly carry
is news to them in the Buckeye State. I .
rived. What to say comparativelyeasy. S. Y. WAY
It is that we are pronounced .
Mr. E. and
far the immediate future D. Rogers daughter,
optimists of as town as and county is con- Miss Fannie, who have spent the sea-
cerned. There will be more buildingin son in Orlando, left yesterday morning -

this section the coming summer will for remain Ashtabula until,fall.Ohio, Mr.where Rogers they Insurance and Real Estate Agent 19th i iFull
and fall than ever before in its his- April
tory. while here purchased a pretty building -
lot on Kuhl avenue from Mr. J. F.
0 Schumann, and intends to erect a PHONE 172
"Exterminated Animals" is the sub- home thereon which they will occupy;
ject of an article from the New York hereafter, as they intend making this
Press appearing in Sunday's Tampa city their permanent home.
Tribune. Passenger pigeons, white
headed buzzards, and buffaloes are included Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Dodds left I
in the list. However, the following yesterday for Grand Rapids, Mich., i
present day "exterminated an- where they will spend the summer.
imals" may be included in the list: I Mr. Dodds is a large manufacturer in
Jack Johnson, Theodore Roosevelt, that state and his name is known in
Dr. Cook Huerta, Russian vodka, nearly every country in the world.
Carter H. Harrison, Donn Roberts, While here they purchased a pretty; a
Bill Sulzer Harry Thaw (doubtful), home on Ridgewood avenue, and have
and King Winter. many friends who will be looking for- ",
o ward to their return the coming sea.

NO NECESSARY.DIVISION IS son. particulars later

If the Florida legislature is madeup TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
of statesmen who regard themselves -
as representatives of the people HORSE FOR SALE
rather than politicians who recognize Splendid for delivery or hard work.
no obligations to others than For price, address "Owner," Box 204,
their masters, and fellow-trappers, Orlando, Fla. 4-13-3t
there will not be many counties divided -
at this session. There is absolutely STORE FOR RENT
no call for any time to be wasted Part of store or show window for ,
in heaping a useless expense on rent, by week or month. Good loca- ,
Florida tax payers The so-called politicians ]- tion. Address Storekeeper, Sentinel j
of this state can no longer office, for particulars. 4-13-3t
throw sand in the eyes of the voter
The man who goes to the legislatureand SCALES FOR SALE
fails to give his people a square Second hand pair of counter scale o.
deal is a pitiable mortal.o Cost $190. Cheap for cash. Address 0

o Storekeeper, Sentinel office. 4-13-3t
.\YS liE LOVES ,

Forrest Lake, of Sanford, repre- paired. D. C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville -
sentative from Seminole county, now at Orland Cafe. Phone No.
called the editor of the Sentinel overlong 4133tFOR *
distance yesterday and stated !
that he had Y
no intention whatsoever
RENT-Three cottages for rent,
of asking that four sections, or town-
close in
; one furnished; will rent
ships, of Orange county be added 1 to for the summer to family without
Seminole county in retaliation for the children. Inquire 320 Comj to for
opposition by the Orange county delegation 4-13-6t Orange avenue. ? us

to the speakership fight i in
which he was defeated by a vote of I IERUI DICKSON IVES[ CO.
TO Tonic
59 to 13. Mr. Lake was incensed and -Chicago Spring Ii i
grieved to think that the correspondent dwelling for Orlando bungalow. R,
Address 406 *
Gunby avenue. 4-13-3t
of the Sentinel should wire that
he (Lake) would retaliate or that he If you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now i I

held any animosity to the representa- FOR SALE-Two cameras and picture and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the

tives from Orange county. Mr. Lake supplies; two drawing kits; .DEPARTMENT STORE.
said the dispatch was the most ridic- Standard enclcyopedia; Edison home absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you. .
ulous thing he had ever heard and the phonograp; one rifle; one miter box. fill them i ..
Bring us prescriptions we right.
most outrageous piece of news ever Call at 406 Long street, between 5 your ; ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
invented. He said he had always felt and 7 p. m. 4-13-St Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right. I
most kindly to Orange county people. The Store of true service never-failing courtesy -

lie said he admired and was greatly LOST strayed or stolen, white and :'S PHARMACY: I of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
atttached to Mr. Griffin and Mr. Newton liver pointer dog; owner's name on I at right prices
and that he was their good friend collar; answers to the name Jeff. THE REXALL STORE
f and that they were both getting along Any information will be appreciated.A. I I ..
r finely at the state capital. Cohoon. 4-13-61 Phone 68. Quick DelheQ'I -


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GRAND I! Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I|

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK successfully at New Haven, Conn. As Admission 5 Cents .
Tuesday, April 13 it is to be given out of doors it will
"999" Club, be novel in its settings. Admission
fttrs. Fudge hostess.
will be: children 15 cents, adults 25
I .1'1'11'1"1111111111111'
Society of the Baptist,Methodist I
Popcorn and candy will also
banquet Presbyterian churches, be sold. The program is as follows: TODAY TODAY'S PROGRAM
at Orland
"A Imp. Alary Pickford in
Living Magazine" "Mary's
Tuseday Bridge Club, Mrs. Edward Volume I. Patients."
G. Hauselt, hostess, at the Summerlin. Number I.
# Contents: Eclair. "The Mystery of Greyson S
Bow Cover design, Mrs. W. Juergensen. Hall." A two reel detective drama
tess. Club, Mrs. Thornton hos- Table of contents, Capt. C. L. Al- featuring Edna Payne and Lindsey. : II
bertson. Luna Film. "Sage Brush Leading j
Junior Matrons Card Club, Mrs. C. G.
Advertisements Lady" A
Brown. Messrs. Snyderand comedy, featuring Dot Tar-
a++ 1
Sahlburg. .+ + ney.
Sorosis Club, program to be an- "
Frontispiece, "That Gol Durned s r
nounced. -
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Harness Is Broke." : o
Wt"Cfn" sday. April 14 Editorial, Messrs. H. Preston and '! + r )Ir. and Mrs. H. O. Carr of Michigan COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY 0
Suffrage League, 10 o'clock a. m.. at W. Chase. 3 +. are among the delighted visitors I!'
Unity Chapel; paper read by Mrs. Poem, "Around Jennie Jewel," Mrs j now sojourning in Orlando. They \ No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for the
Harold Beardall. W. Juergensen. jI jI I have been spending the winter in a i price. No matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for
Bachelor Girls, Miss Elizabeth Music department Walter neighboring town and came over to j Aside from real value .
Branham hostess. Drennen, jI I jr. .. see friends. Mr. Carr I' your money. you can choose from an assortment -
chief of
was I
Miss Sahlburg. Male .
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Gordon -' whistling, string quartet.quartet fancy I police in Grand Rapids for twenty-I unrivalled here-abouts.
Wright hostess. Fiction BOSWORTH PRESENTS one years and recently gave up his ,
department (play), "How
Unity Circle, dramatic
reading by the Hezekiah Stole the Spoons." position to enable him to accompany I
Rev. Miss Gordon. "The of LOIS WEBER his wife to Florida in search of & CO. JEWELERS.
Entre Spice Life, Miss Martha & PHILLIPS I _
Branch.Nous Club, Miss Roberta I r Frint, Archer Braddock. health which we are glad to learn has i llaALLEN -
Home proven very beneficial. :Mr.: Carr isJ J
page, Mrs. N. B. Stone. SMALLEY IN j
Souci Club, Mrs. T. Mathews I Nursery department. an excellent gentleman, and the pros 01:1. ..eg
hostess. Beauty department, Mrs. W Dewar pects for their return in the fall are
Thursday April 15: Fashion I "SUNSHINE MOLLY" exceedingly bright.
Mrs. N. B.
Here and There Club, Mrs. Nyal, Stone. -- ,

Rosalind Amelia avenue, hostess. Advertisements, Messrs. Snyder {I A SAVING IN PAINTis
Club. A
and Sahlburg. j I story of the Oil Fields of Cali-

Kil hostess.Kare Klub, Mrs. Charles Phillips Back cover design. i fornia. A powerful drama of .__ not made by buying cheap paints

Friday, April 16 -0- I unfailing interest.. LucerneTODAY ] 5- r"_ but by purchasing the very best
The Nullos Club, Miss Margaret Hart FIRST BAPTIST BARACAS grades, such for instance as we han-
hostess.St. ELECT OFFICERS.The dle. Just think how much more
Baraca class of the I -
First '
Cecelia's Guild--0--, annual meeting. Sunday school held their semiannual Baptist = paints cost you if you have to keep

CIVIC LEAGUE election of officers Sunday. The I i 4 renewing them every year or two.
COMMITTEES.Mrs. following were lected: Ed. Allen,president Think how much cheaper are our

John T. Fuller president of I ; Freeman Phillips, vice-presi paints which last two or three times
the Civic League, has appointed the dent Spinks; ,Alfred treasurer Link Louie, secretary; 'J. O, I "WINNING BACK"A 1/ ( as long.fOrlando.
; ,libra
following committees for the year's t r ri r + "
work: I ; Geo. T. Wingfield, reporter; I Paint & Wall
Paper O
Broncho Feature <
Public Improvement-Mrs. Seth Lloyd S. Tenny, teacher. I Special com- ( I I
Woodruff chairman; Mrs. A. B. Whit the class were and the present above 27 officers members of ; plete in two parts."BOBBY'S r 205 S. Orange Avenue
man, Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. S. G. were
Dolive, Mrs. T. A. elected by private ballot, after nominating I
Yancey, Mrs. Geo. COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261.
one or for each
R. Newell, Mrs. C. W. Goodrich, Mrs. more office.
Geo. W. Phillips, Miss Porter. The Baracas are doing good work (;I
Civic Art-Mrs. C. G. Westcott for the uplift of young men, and have ; BANDIT"A
chairman; Mrs. E. G. Hauselt, Mrs. in their teacher, Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, i :
C. P. Dow Miss Kilmer, Miss Hope who wasreelected, a strong, consecrated I I '
Starbuck. teacher and leader. Majestic Comedy.
Ways and An earnest invitation is extended 'I
to all men of the
Bourne, city to meet with us
.f chairman; Mrs. Cameron
in our class room in the basement of HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRAs
J. S. McEwan, Miss Mar- I
praret Switzer, Mrs. James Magruder the new church. A welcome awaits Ii "SLIM THE BRAVE AND fresh seeds for

Jr., Mrs. Saulisbury, Mrs. Wm. Bear you.George I
dall Miss Rita Lawton. T. Wingfield, class reporter. I SOPHIE THE FAIR"One GARDEN AND FIELD
Membership-Mrs. E. L. Bliss and
Mrs. L. G. Starbuck, chairmen Mrs MEETING OF
F. A. Curtis, Mrs. C. E. Saunders; KIL KARE KLUB. of those screaming Essanay Poultry Supplies Cypher IncubatorsCALL
Mrs. Hilpert, Mrs. A. A. Morey, Mrs. The members of the Kil Kare Club i
N. J. Merck, Mrs. B. J. Lord, Mrs. and their families met at the home of Comedies.
W. P. Watson, Mrs. H. Benedict, Miss Mrs. Frances Wood, Friday evening, ; 10 cents 20 cents ON US BEFORE PLANTING
Olga Rock. to bid farewell to friends going North. !
Education-Mrs. L. H. Gedge, Violin music by :Mr. Chas. Moore and QOG Orange Avenue
chairman; Mrs. J. C. Patterson, Mrs. piano selections by Mrs. F. A. Rybolt '
J. M. Cheney, Mrs. C. D. Christ Mrs. and Mrs. Wood were supplemented by

Frederick Bellows, Mrs. M. B. Davis, games and a most merry time ensued. Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, ot i: FOUR BIG REELS FOR THE
Mrs. Kollock Mrs. A. Haden. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Madison, Wis., are visitors in the city
Public Health-Mrs. J. W. Sim Thimblebee, Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Sal- and will remain several' days. They SAME LITTLE PRICES Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
mons, chairman ;yers Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Van
; Mrs. Helen Ensign, Dusen, have been spending several weeks at
]Mrs. A. T*. Forde. Mrs. M. B. Ranford, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Scull, of Newark, Orlando. Mr. Gibson, after thirty-
Mrs. I. W. Phillips, Mrs. S. V. Stra- N. J.; Mrs. Elizabeth Moore and Mr. five years continuous service as a pas- -
ley: Mrs. F. II. Williams Mrs. E. F Chas. Moore of Scranton, Pa.; Miss senger agent of the Chicago & North- -
Sperry. S. B. Miller Hudson Falls, N. Y.; western railroad, is now enjoying the
Charities-Mrs. H. L.Beeman,chair Miss L. B. Hall, of Indiana; Mrs. F. pension given by that road to old and
man; Mrs. G. R. Edwards, Miss Co- N. Boardman, Dr. F. C. Boardman, faithful employes. He is much pleased
rinne Robinson Mrs. J. L. Giles, Mrs. Mr. Freeman Phillips, Mrs. Frances with Florida and especially with FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
M. O. Overstreet, Mrs. Nat Berman Allen, Miss Amick, Mr. and Mrs. E. Tampa and may decide to make his
Mrs. H. S. Wright, Mrs. W. S.Branch, C. Bence, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rybolt, home in this section.-Tampa Tribune.Don't .
Mrs. J. M. Pedrick. I Mrs. Lord, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hook. Established 1886
gislation-\Irs. T. P. Warlow. --0-
chairman; ,Miss Safford, Mrs. J. D.: SOCIETY NOTESOF overlook the want ads.
Rush, Mrs. Victor Starbuck. INTEREST.Mrs. .
Junior League-Mrs. F. W. Stan- Fudge will entertain the "999"
lev chairman; Mrs. S. A. Johnson, Club this morning. Miss Roberta CURTIS & O'NEAL
Miss Mary Branham, Miss Jane Pat. Branch will be an invited guest. Orlando Wood Yard
terson Miss
Kate Switzer, Mrs. D- --
Phillips, Mrs. T. P. Howes. Mrs. D. C Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton, Miss
Thompson Mrs. T. E. F. Hoskins. Marguerite: Drennen, and Mr.and Mrs.
Removed from Pine St. two blocks
Social-Mrs. L. B. Giles, chairman; LeRoy Giles returned yesterday froma INSURANCE LOANS
Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Mrs. H. Carl three days trip to Daytona. north on Railroad west end Washington
Dann Mrs. J. N. McElroy Mrs.
E. W. --
St. of Veneer Coresat
Davis, Mrs. 11; Plenty
C. The
Essington Mrs. twenty-first annual conventionof
S. E. lyes, Mrs. Harriet Miller. the Florida Federation of Women's all times. REAL ESTATE RENTALS

PublicitY-Miss Eloise Robinson, Clubs will be held in DeLand, November
chairman; Mrs. W. M. Glenn, Mrs. 1915. Woman's Club, hostess. -
Nuckolls, Mrs. D. W. Topliff. --0--

TREAT- The mid-year board meeting of the B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE
A RARE Florida Federation of Women's Clubs
THURSDAY NIGHT. will be held April 13 and 14, at Dade
Have you ever seen a "Living Magazine City, commencing at 9 a. m. of the 344
?" If so, you have another treat first day. The Woman's Civic Club
before you; if not, you can not afford and the Alpha Sorosis will be the hos-
to miss the unique entertainment of tesses. Time for a full conference on For Sale
short plays, tableaux, and music department work has been arranged. OSTEOPATHYDR.
which will be given at the home of A vice-president may represent a club
J. W. Pace, Drennen, formerly the in the absence of the president. Those

I this Odeon week place' Thursday evening of desiring Mrs. to attend will please notify J. C. HOWELL House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price
at 8 o'clock. The proceeds Christopher Lock, Box 224, Dade
are for the benefit of the Lake Jennie City. Mrs. H. B. Minium, corresponding Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Jewel Union Sunday school and the secretary F. F. W. C. Kirksvjlle GraduateConsu1t 450000. A bargain.
residents of Orlando, Pine Castle and ----- tion Flee
Conway are urged to attend and Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
a worthy help Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, of Balti-
will take cause. Thirty young people more, are in Orlando, located at the I' HoteL
Mrs. N. B.part Stone under who the direction of San Juan for a stay of indefinite Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I -
presented it length. Orlando Fla.





A lovely home in the best residental section of City. New

modern conveniences, shade and fruit trees, with

NOT TO PEEL, CRACK OR CHALK OFF vacant corner lot, easily worth 2000.00 alone.

To see it, is to admire it

WHEN PROPERLY APPLIEDWe Once seen, you'll desire it

Desiring, you'll buy: it

Why not try it?

think it the best Paint for Florida WALTER W. ROSE

and the Price is Right. [Real Estate


Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building

JOS. L. GUERNSEY Phone 555;


Paints, Oil, Varnishes, Brushes and Interior Finishes

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: Lake Site TRACY- & repairs MOORE of, CARPENTERSHouse all kinds done -' UIll: ber.. Laths anti sliiiig1esA

SENTINEL promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
doors and windows
screen a specialty;
sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
garages, office fixtures; window and
WANTSThe door frames made to order. Get our
nrices. 18 East Church street. A
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo*
Morning Sentinel Want mechanic, at present employed,
Directory is the Greatest Want would like to drive some car back ORLANDO +
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. tinel.north. Address "North," care 4-10-3tc Sen-

Terms Cash in Advance.
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES YORK FRIDAY NIGHT. APRIL

two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t<< 16, VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Royal Cement Agatit Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on
For Three Days ____________50c RATE S17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER. ,
$15 acre. For Six Days ____________.__75c 820 WEST CENTRAL AVE., OR GET
per For One Month ___________$2. 0 YOUR IDENTIFICATION CARDS
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of FROM THE TICKET AGENT, MR.
25 words or less. If the ad contains I WHITE AT DEPOT. 4-6-tfc
Over 1500 feet lake shore. more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for LOST-Friendship circle pin, set with
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- rhinestones and black enamel stones, .
sertion.If between Dickson-Ives store and corner -
can't bring ad to of Main and Jackson streets. Return -
See E. B. Bradley Qpick. .. the office you telephone No.your 24. Ac- to Sentinel office and be rewarded. WILL
counts opened by telephone will be 4-8-tf
payable the following day. .
Take. your Kodak films to Robinson. U AS MAKE .
Every Home-Every
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a YOU
Sentinel Want Ad. Kodak finishing left at Robinson'sStudio
will be ready at 5 o'clock the
Watkins Block PHONE 504 next day. 3-3-tf

t1 N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Player piano, at half before letting contract, if you are going A CONTENTED WIFE
price; 20 rolls music; leaving city. to build and want the best house
Box 733. 4-ll-3t possible for money invested.P. .
can buy foundation O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
atone building blocks, side- FOR SALE OR RENT-One fur- 2181mocFor
walk tile, or anything in my nished and one unfurnished bunga BECAUSE, by the use of it for fuel in
line at reduced. Call around low. F. W. McAuley, 4 W. South St. cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -

and let me surprise you on 4-ll-3t go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf your kitchen, you will never have cause

prices. FOR SALE-Ten or twenty acres of BUYERS AND SELLERS
very fine muck land; or will trade I buy, sell rent, and change real
F. D. GORE, for property adjoining Orlando. What estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., to worry about meals not being ready on
have you got? P. P. McGraw, care over 30 years. Have handled over
Booed and Jackson Sts. Sentinel. 4-11-3t 20000000. Call and see me.
Cor. I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An time; also you will have no fires to buildor
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH FOR SALE-Modern house, contain-

ing 7 rooms, screen room, bath, 8x10 Kodak enlargement free ashes If YOU 'have not
trunk room, and large closets; well at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf to sweep up. a
arranged for two families; sink up-
stairs; close in; owner leaving for the Daily reading of Sentinel ads is in YOUR kitchen---tell hus-
North, will cut price to $2,400 if sold sure profit. Don't pass that part of gas range your
? before April 17. Phone 520. the paper by.

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 4-ll-6tc The classified advertising depart- band---and he will do the rest. I

i Office corner Orange Avenue and FOR SALE-White Wyandotte eggs ment of today's issue contains some
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg.. for hatching. $1.25 for thirteen. special advertisements that may interest -
Phone 121. II. C. Bryan. 4-10-3tc you. Read them over and see. .
i Phone 419.
f I -- Ilf it's Modern-and Economical Gas
FOR SALE-1915 Ford car, nearlynew .
t fully equipped. Leaving for PHONE 646
North. Phone 688. 16 East Concord:
OrangeBlossom avenue. 4-10-31 For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

I one year old. Also 25 White
Leghorns. Inquire of W. C. Palmer, BARNARD & SON
on Conway clay road. 4-10-St
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.

f clean, nice cash business for a
R In comb or bottles. Its fine. hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit Cut Flowers GAS DEPARTMENT
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
; Fine Herb 4-9-tf

R I .
r Flavors, colors and enriches FOR SALE-Good work horse at a -.
; bargain; sound and gentle. Also and Plants
sauces, ,
soups 'I
top buggy, good as new. Inquire of
gravies, stews, etc. I, W. C. Palmer, on Conway clay road.

StrawberriesFresh FOR SALE-Modern home; eight' UNUSUAL
rooms and bath; orange trees and Floral Designs
large oak; seven minutes walk to
Vegetables postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner,I.
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo I ANUNUSUAL -

My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
cottage, seven rooms and bath, months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
CARUTHERS & GORE modern conveniences roomy porches PRICEon
2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. .violet Dell Florist. same time it always has. .

New Modern Grocery FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock TIME TABLE

and tools best farm in county; va- two fine lots, ten min-
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- J. &1. CARUTHERS Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock! utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
er. 1-16-tfc Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. on one of the best streets. BOUND EAST BaUD

6 and 8 East Pine St. Read Down Read Up
FOR RENT Citrus trees, walks, fence,
-- P. l\1.IA.1\1. P. l\1.P.;: 1\1.
FOR REr-.7-A flat in an entirelynew etc.
house on Lake Eola, with all! I Do Your '
modern improvements. Inquire at Orlando 6:30'10.J 5 3:00 9.30 J.3 6.00

Florida Real Estate & Investment Co, Ocoee 7:30;I J.15 4:00 8.3C 12.3 5.00
0 r1ando Was
.DRAWING.. ineton over Peoples National Bank. 4-11-6t. ElectricFixtures SEEIE' immediately if Winter Garden 7:45\11:30\ 4'30 8.15 12.15 4.45

FOR RENT-One furnished bed room, interested as sale must be Oakland 8oo: '-- 4:30 8.oc -- 4.30
close in; terms reasonable. Inquire Look

204 West Central avenue. 4-11-3tc made at once or not at all, ____ _.___.________.__ ___u _._ _
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ROOM FOR RENT-In Concord Park, a four Old and'Worn at present prices. IF YOU NEED
room house; low rent. Apply at
corner Amelia avenue and Putnam ,
Sleeping Car street. A. P. Butman. 4-ll-3t

FOR RENT-A near in, nicely fur- i I Letterheads, Envelopes,
nished home for rent very reason- I
First Car March 16 I
on ably to the right party for the sum-
mer. Apply at 114 East Jackson I have established a plant for DR. A. J. TAYLOR I Cards Announcements

VIA street. 4-ll-3tc the refinishing of all metal I ,

FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum- fixtures and brass beds. This PHONE 696 Circulars Briefs Hand
mer my home known as "Michigan ,
Atlantic Coast Line Moorings" at 201 Concord avenue, work is done at a small cost, and I
west. All or part of this nine room goy East Central AvenueDON'T
Standard Railroad of the South house, with barn, hen house and four makes your fixtures look like :: Bills, Catalogs, or, .
lots; all conveniences. See me soon .
Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. please. Wm. L. Cory'ell. 4-4-tf new. -- -
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FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- Stock of second hand fixturesfor
Tuesdays, Thursdays I nished or unfurnished; low rates to -
permanents; close in; vacancies in sale.
and SaturdaysLeaving two houses; all improvements. See WORRY I
owner 3-30-lmo, 301 East Livingston avenue. Phone 652 and I will call and Job Office

Orlando on Train 82,
estimate job.
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays FOR RENTNew.Iodern Five your
and Saturdays.For room house. Apply 510 W. Central. If you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets FOR RENT-Cottage, for the L. W. LEWIS. getting a new Eas-
Agent.call on A. |IC. L. Local Ticket Yancey.mer, or by the year* cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. ter old Suit one,we in can good put condi-your din ley's' Pioneer Paint & Wall Paertore$

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, tion for just such occas-
10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. CLINT BASSPHONE ions. Has always on hand a large and well selected

of Wall Grade Varnishes Paints
stock Papers. High ,
: FURNISHED four room cottage and 373 Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies. "

.: two lots, one block off Orange ave- West Jefferson Street ..ORlANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

nue, in Concord Park. $10 per monthto Successor to CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
right parties. Inquire Vine Hard- Dry Cleaning
ing, 706 W. Amelia avenue. 4-10-3t HandVoodComp I Steam Cleaning ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
Pressing and Repairing .
'ANTED-Two or three rooms, fur- PROMPT SERVICE ---
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES nished for light housekeeping; rent Umbrellas recovered and repaired I HON E .61 Corner Pine and Court
AND DO ALL KINDS OF reasonable. Address "Permanent" REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair
OPTICAL REPAIRING Box 584, city. 4-10-3t Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc,

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Sold 368 pieces of property in 19 (14. They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you must


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




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Board has never inaugurated a more car rebuilt to accommodate the exhibit :trical machine which seals, stamps Experiments in Indo-China have Florida famous as the land 0-;oranges I
LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL valuable or a more widely appreciated another to provide living quar- i i and keeps a record of 150 letters a shown that it is possible to make will be taken care of in order '. I
,ters for those who must accompany I minute. cordage and certain forms of textiles that not only thep resent but future
method of education than this. It
i i the exhibit with free transportation -o- from the fibre of the water hyacinth. I years will see the name of the stateas
. FROM STATE BOARD I: has already bene proved more im- :for train and attendants, Florida I Two German scientists have found : -- the greatest citrus fruit center of

pressive and impressing than the ;I wolud be in the lead of all states in that the human brain is radioactiveand Kerosene will restore soiled playing the world upheld and made even

OF HEALTH j i splendid literature that has been sent the Union for the education of its emits a faint glow under certain cards to their original freshness ex- i greater.
out by the Board in its work of edu- people in sanitary and health matters conditions. cess oil being removed by coating'I

cation. The question now is, How and the results would be the -oAs them with talcum powder until dry. I BOARD OF TRADE AFTER MORE

Florida's Health Train shall it be made more useful by | vast betterment of such conditions in a quarantine measure the importation -o- CONVENTIONSThe

Seeing is convincing! bringnig it to more people-to all the | this state. of European pine trees into : To nuke the use of midair clotheslines -
people of the state? It is not plannedto It would be a splendid investmentfor the United States will be prohibitedafter Board of Trade is going after
Visual education from childhood to safe a New York inventor has
I set it up at some central place and the railroads, a better one for July 1. more conventions, and at the last
I patented a brace to hold one end of
old is the
the most impressive,
age keep it there but to put it on wheels Florida and instead of one person in -0- meeting it was decided to send formal
them well within the window of a
most lasting, the most convincing. and take it to the people, to the big ten being given the opportunity to be One of the invitations to the Knights Templar to
I simplest razors patented room.
Reference has already been madein cities and the little ones, to every vil- benefited, as has been the case so far, by its New York inventor, consistsof -o- hold their next meeting here. A state
this press service to the educational lage and hamlet where the rail lines nine of every ten would have the meeting of the Peace Society is alsoto
I a comb into the back of which a With towers 600 feet tall a new
health exhibit, which was prepared of Florida reach. chance. be called here in the near future
blade be
(I can set. wireless station to be erected
originally by the State Board for the I The Board is ready. The railroadsare Shall Florida have its health train? near and the next annual meeting of the
.. Southern Health Exhibit, in Jacksonville thought to be willing to furnish i What is your answer? -o- Manila is expected to receive mes- State Horticultural Society will be
last December. Since that time :free service the equipment is not dif- i I Under the auspices of a govern- sages all the way across the Pacific urged to have sessions in this city.

it has been shown to the people of : ficult to provide and the cost of main- ',: FROM THE WORLD OF SCIENCE ment bureau Chinese carp will be imported ocean. The meeting of the Peace Societyhas

Tampa, Sanford, Orlando, Lakeland, I tenance would be a fraction of the into Philippine waters where been called for April 29 to May
Palatka, Ocala, Pensacola and Talla cost of hog cholera serum, which by II I Great Britain has joined other there is a dearth of food fish. I(I CANKER AND PEST BILLS CONSOLIDATED 2, and it is expected to complete a

hassee. It was seen and studied in I direction of a recent legislature is leading nations in the use of the -o- BY JOINT state organization at that time. Or-
these eight cities by an attendance distributed free to the swine owners :!'metric system in its official pharma-I A float suspended below the neck COMMITTEETallahassee lando now has a large and active
equal to three-quarters of their esti- I'of the state. It would cost less per i iI I!copoeia. of a new funnel rises when a bottleis peace society, perhaps the only one in

mated population. I annum than is a recommendation to I -o- being filled to shut off the flow of Fla.-The citrus can- the state, and the officials are wide-

The panels photographs and models I I divert fifteen thousand dollars from I A cubic foot of newly fallen snow liquid and prevent waste. ker and the agricultural pest bills awake to make the coming conventiona

that make up this exhibit, illus i the health funds to fight cattle tick I weighs 5 12 pounds and has 12 times -oAn were consolidated in a measure by most pleasant and profitable one.

trate practically and visually the a proposition not akin in any way i the bulk of an equal weight of rain automatic brooder has been invented the joint committee on agriculturefor I The officers of the local society are:
work that is being done by the Board with human health or human life. I water. which closes to protect young the senate and the house yester- : W. R. O'Neal, president; \\. S. .
in gathering necessary vital statistics I I hTe only real obstacle in the way is -o- chickens when the number for whichit day and recommended, almost unani- I Branch, Jr., vice-president, and Frank '

I in Florida; the work of the state laboratories the present lack of authority from the I For raising fire hose quickly to any I Ij is intended have entered it. mously, the bills for passage in the Smith, secretary and treasurer.
; the fight against malaria I I legislature, which meets this week, -a- house and the senate.
I j floor in a building a simple attachment -
adn and tuberculosis againstthe permitting the railroad companies to Ireland sent out
typhoid 20,314
; I for elevators has been invented. emigrantslast The bill carries an appropriation of NOTICEIf
fly and mosquito that carry disease -!i give and the Board of Health to accept year, ad ecrease of 10,653 from $125,000 outright for the work of
I I -o-
germs; studies in smallpox and free transportation for the I the previous year, and the smallest fighting the citrus canker, with an ad- any of our ice wagons miss you
vaccination, in measles, whooping I I health train and attendants over the Magnesium; is the principal ingredient ;- number in any year since 1890.A ditional $35,000 for general purposes. phone 566. We have a special truck
in a new French alloy weighing for calls and ke!p an
lines of the state. emergency
cough, hookworm, glanders, and --o- The entrance of the citrus canker in
I about two-thirds much abundance of ice at our storage plantat
rabies; the work that is being done I I I A former legislature granted simi- as as cast new fuse plug for electric circuits the state has alarmed the grove men, all times. F. E. Hand.
for Florida's indigent crippled chil- lar privileges for handling free a spe- aluminum.To contains six fuses and is so arranged and they have shown the public and 4-10-3tc .
dren; the way to fed and wash and :cial train for agricultural education. Ii -o- that when one blows out an- are trying to show the legislature, the
dress young babies and many other I:Just now it is the question whether hold motion picture cameras other can be turned into its place. extreme importance of ridding the Wisconsin liquor men are trying to
subjects that need practical illustra- I I the legislature of 1915 will rise to the steady while photographs are being -0- state of this disease before it becomesmore .bar college students from voting at
tion to have their importance under- :opportunity to do something really !j made a gyroscope attachment has To save fuel and keep a kitchen widespread and common than it II municipal elections. If they could
stood and appreciated by the taxpayers :useful and beneficial for the people of !'been invented.A cooler there has ben invented a false is, and the indications are that only succeed in barring all who can
.. and citizens of the state. :Florida. bottom for write the prohibition move- .
a range fire box to hold through South Florida interests, the read and
It is safe to say that the State., With such a train, consisting of a new office convenience is an eleco just enough coal to cook a meal. II II great citrus industry which has made I ment would be settled.

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience

of Operation For ExchangeTwo i

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Remington s i _. A rrrrs-jfTr Remington Good Farms 160 acres each in Kansas I ;J,

100 acres in each farm in cultivation, 1 have wheat crops now growing. they. are ii
want good lands in Orange County, must
I encumbered for will trade
be good farm lands. These Kansas farms $1600.00; j

Quality Refinment are worth $25 per acre. These farms I equity for Orange County, Florida, lands. 4:

Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C.

f Annual rental for 16 houses$2904.00 Want to trade this property for good land, :
Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. Annual expense on the 16 houses$1632.50
groves, Farm or City Property in Orange J

Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. Net income per annum ________$1271.50 County. Make us an offer. ;

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 ADMIRATIONIn houses, and good eight room dwelling. for this elegant farm. .

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

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 a Florida Hotel worth the money do
v implements, feed grain, etc., now on place.
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-: not submit old dilapidated that
'. -= the occupants. All of the dwelling is modern and up to property
date. All tenant houses in first-class conis not worth the money.
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.A : -4 f .. ." .. rA\\ .. Fine business block, seventh street, Washington, D. C.
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__ power commands -
..,. --...' _. Brick business block on seventh street, $4,000.00, long time to run. Want to
: Washington D. C. with flats second
) respect. on
trade this equity of $7f00.00 for a good
floor, rents for $60.00 per month, always
grove, well 1 Gca t e d.
rented, price $12,500.00. Encumbered for
Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

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

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


i\\ R. D. WARING, Manager Ask us for any exchange you wish we can match what you have .

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Mr. Clyde Swearingen returned yes-
terday from a visit to relatives in
Vienna, Ga. t

Mr. C. H. Tilden, of Oakland, min- Think hJs
gled business with pleasure in Or- over t tF'
lando yesterday.Mr. .

A. II. Fuller, of Altamonte, Et FfO Y3rxTRW J

was among the business transactors aGANCE_, .
spending yesterday. in Orlando.Mr. .., > -

:!' ,7> .Jt.. I
D. J. Dykes, the well known .,.;..,<7J. I\-. : ,., .
contractor and builder, is spending today "..:f-P 'I _-
in Jacksonville on business. -. p:{;, -w" tIt.I tl'I --h- n-,::). I.
/!,- I = -= .a.
Z'4 .
Mrs. R. S. Payne, of Nashua, Fla., r ... ::.'''i: :-\L -
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam M. !\ .f 1- ,,:(: /"> f- : 1... _
1J Cooley, 313 West Central avenue. IliN 4
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Messrs. F. M. Say and E. L. Wirt, b\1\ 1 ..,..., -- ':'- ...-..
You can't steal through steel. Fire or Bartow, are making the San Juan .. -- '. 1'I PTCY- -_ "...!. -.
hotel headquarters.Mr. : ; <-- ANKRU
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and water cannot penetrate it. Back ; "" '0. 9iIl
of it lies safety-absolutely and en and Mrs. C. W. Roe, of Cler- /--,---.':_ <- -
mont, are among the Floridians : ':; ;f-r/ J
registered '
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I during. At $1.00 a year a safety box at the San Juan hotel. .. "- /if"
I \ -" I 'n'/.I-j.vp;- Jf- -_: J.j _' -_,.' 'rfi'_ .
J for valuables in our Massive Steel .:... .'. 'S.- -: ,',;, /.j :"E:7" /'
and Steal-proof Vaults is the most Mr. Geo. R. Paschal, the popular \ ,\ "' \ ._ 'lqf/j.-: r.I1J. C't' t
representative of the GrooverStewart ( \ ,, .
carefully guarded investment you and Drug company, Jacksonville, spent i,'f'.y."' "' -''' .
yesterday in Orlando in the interestof ho .. Q .
your can make. his firm. rTJJj tsu ;

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Coulter and F-jJj.r' Morey C'.f' {'Yji..........., I

FLORIDA family left :yesterday moaning for You ea.-.n., j'I" ,
Cocoa, on the East Coast, where they / t
will reside. They have been living at
722 Center street. $2,511.90

Mrs. W. L. Hartman, of Pueblo, ON APRIL 1, BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
Colo., and :Miss Rose M. Hartman, of
Omaha, Neb., are guests at the San HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS t
Juan hotel while spending a few days
in Orlando, sightseeing.Miss .

Helen Mebane, of Dublin Va., CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR. ,
is visiting with Miss Ethel Sharpe on
Liberty street. Miss Sharpe also had
for her guest Sunday Miss Edna Gal-
loway, of Maitland.Mrs. Peoples National ;Bank ;

R. II. Haven and daughter .' IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
Mary, after spending the winter at
the Smyth House, left this morning
for St. Augustine, en route to their .
Fifth avenue home, New York.

-- Among our Northern friends leaving -
yesterday for their home in Rochester -
N. Y., were Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Mudge and daughter, Miss Lucile.
They will stop at Daytona and St. 1111111111111111111(11111111'11111111111111111111111111111( 11111111111.1 "'"
en route.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Holmes, H. B.
Smith, W. S. Hobbs and B. Williams,
of Tampa were in Orlando yesterday, New PricesAt
stopping at the San Juan. They were
autoing from the West to the East

rGh S. ades Coast. New Low Prices

Guests registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included J. II. Ross,
Florence Villa; T. J. Cunnigham, Chi- Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
cago; L. M. Ives, Jacksonville; II. P.
Crook, Baltimore and J. B. Higbee,
Cleveland. Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

1 Cot and Mrs. A. II. Bell of Green 30 x 3J/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70 ;
Cove Springs, after a pleasant visit t
of several days, with the Colonel's 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Bell, of 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00
West Church street returned to their
home Sunday morning on the 9:56 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70. 5.20

train. 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Little, who have If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
been spending several days in Orlan-
do, guests at the St. Charles hotel,
will leave this afternoon for their
home in New York. Mr. Little is the We Have a Service Station. All
president of the Glens Falls Insur
ance .

Adjustments Made Here.
and Mrs. C. E. Graham who
have spent the season at their beau-
tiful home on Lucerne Circle, left yes-
Summer Pleasures without Summer terday over the Atlantic Coast Line.
Discomforts! Indoors it's sticky and Mr. Graham goes to Greenville, S. C-,

when moist.the On Vudors the porch are down.it's cool- while daughter Mrs.in Summit Graham, N.will J. visit her San Juan Garage Company I''

Why not eat, sleep, live there this summer? Mr. W. E. Body, who has just fin-

Thousands forces you to do dreamless it. The sleep cool air because gives it appetite bathes and the in ished Osceola cleaning county up a ,large is in orange Orlando dea 1.1.11..III.IIIIIIIIII..I.I..II.I..II..I. . . . -"IIIIII"

nerves while you sleep. It cures them. spending a few days preparatory to, -- -. --------------.--.---....................-----..-..--................---..--..--....---.....--.-.--.....--------------------------- --- ----
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Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but starting for Dania, on the East Coast, -
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, I t' where he will be occupied for some
but not in through them. They last-they keep time with the tomato output. -j jI r. -
"that new look,"for they're stained, not painted, nor
dipped. I Mr. E. U. Ross and wife, who have I
been spending,: their second i in
Our showing of Porch Furniture is especially good Orlando, will leave today season for their ......,... .,.. :
just now. Let us show you today. .summer home in Washington, Pa ) I.
Their numerous friends in Orlando I
OSCAR HAND & SON :gret welcome their their departure return next now,season.and wil ; .' ; : # t::.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blitzer, of Bal I \. .. ..' _,.' :I:..... I'. .:,-.-': .,
timore, arrived in ,I .... .
Orlandoesterday :: ;. < '_.. .
on the Tampa Special. They
IIIIIIIIIMIMIIMMMtMttltllMIIMittMMHIIIIIWEDDING spending a brief vacation sightseein: are] THE SAVINGS CENTER :; r< .
,in Florida and have added very materially I .. r '. .. ..,
to their pleasures by paying a r'.
visit to this favored section of the SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE ;1. :_. I

,state. .
INVESTMENTS, in the long run are :
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dawson lef .
yesterday morning over the Atlantic- placed where earning power combines with r 4 1
GIFTSWith Coast Line for Daytona to attend the '
annual session of the Knights Templar GREATEST SAFETY. : '
Commandery which convene
there today and lasts through Thurs [ That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING r '
I day. They will then go to Jacksonville i I t
for short DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER
a visit. .
an immense stock of Cut Glass, : ,j
JVIrs. A. E. Lewis and daughter, I OF FLORIDA.
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- !Mrs.'m.. Groh who have spent the I t
season at their home on the corner of 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.Consultation. -{1' ., 4

Painted China and the largest line of South and for Gunby Washington, left ,yesterday D. Co, where afternoon I

they will spend the heated term. Attorney
Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in J. A. Rowe and family will I I 1 t
occupy their home until they return
in the fall."Sunshine.
the city, we are confident we can please]

Molly" one of the most
the most discriminating customer. A I powerful photo plays yet produced
will be the attraction at the Grand
glimpse at our stock will convince I today. The opening scenes are laid (
: you. in the oil fields, where "Sunshine :Mol

ly" radiates the moment happiness she and strikes good town willfrom I OFlaildo Bank

The staged,production showing gushers is magnificentlv from which) 'j i* n & TrusiCoffipally t C

fortunes are made overnight, and '
T. H. EVANSJEWELER fires that consume an entire field. I
which was purchased at considerable '
expense to make the story realistic. Incurs No "
The cast is a strong one and is headed : Obligation.
by the gifted artists Lois Weber and f
Phillips Smalley ably supported by i j
Adele Farrington, Herbert Standing, j
Frank Elliott, Roberta Hickman,
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