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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915. NUMBER: 51.

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CAPITAL MAY BE IH HUERTA U SPENDS GERMANY'S CAUSES: SOME: U.AGITATION MEMORANDUM S. OFFICIALS: VAST TO ARMIES CHECK ADVANCE: RUSSIAN GATHERED I. FLORIDA MAY GO I I! OPENING OF B. B.





"1 REMOVED TOORLANDO DAY QUIETLY IN PART OF NOTE OFFENDS U. S. EMPEROR WilLIAM IN CONTROL I "DRY" IN TWO I SEASON SET




N. Y Y. Official Family Is Disturbed But Dispatch Says Russians YEARSBY FOR TODAYMAJOR Y

JOE Over Portion of German Still Meeting With Favorable -

Note Which Criticises Results in the

AT LEAST ORLANDO HAS AS HE IS CLOSELY GUARDED Neutrality Carpathians OVERWHELMING: VOTE ; LEAGUES OPEN THE

GOOD CHANCE AS FROM INTRUDERS, REPORTERS HOUSE PASSED PROIII SEASON TODAY WITH
Washington April 13.-The cabinet Petrograd, April 13.-The battle in

OTHER CITIES DENIED today discussed a memorandum sent the Carpathians is still taking a RESOLUTIONFIGHT GAMES 8 CITIES

the state department by the German course altogether favorable to the

REMOVAL QUESTION IS AGAIN UP RECEIVES 1 100 IMPORTANT LETTERS: ambassador policy of ,the in which administration the neutrality was Ilommona Russians, though from the their northeast advance has on LINES SAME AS SPEAKER MANY INTERESTING BAll GAMESAt

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pointedly criticised. been temporarily suspended by the

Question Has Been Discussedfor Revolution Talk in the Air?- :I It was learned from a high official enemy's counter attacks. Nearly Same Vote as on Speak- Philadelphia Athletics Clash

that special umbrage had been taken The Austrians are said to have a
Ten YearsCapitalEast Mexicans Say lie Did Not ership-Senate Expectedto With Boston Red Sox, Who
by the adminstration to the part of line of five distinct armies, one deployed -

of Suwanee Come to New York the memorandum which reads: on the Nida and Dunajec, and Pass ResolutionAlso Are American LeagueFavorites

"If the American people desire to the others on the boundaries separat-
RiverBy for PleasureNew
observe neutrality, they will find the ing Galicia from Hungary and Buko-

C. F. Johnson York, April 13.-A conference means to stop the exclusive exporta- wina. By C. F. Johnson Games Scheduled Today

Tallahassee, Fla., April 13.-A per- between Huerta and Felix Diaz, and tions of arms to one side." Supreme control reposes in the Tallahassee, Fla., April 13.-By. a National Lea Philadelphia at
The official referred to said this hands of the German general staff Boston; St. Louis at Chicago; Brooklyn -
sistent the effect that of their
to
rumor a personal representatives was
cap- I phraseology meant, at least on its and Emperor William. vote, of 56 to 14 the house today at New York; Pittsburgh at Cin-
itol removal bill will be introduced predicted within the current week. cinnati.
face that there might well be the resolution for submittingthe
I as an passed
credence The from all intrusion American Boston
gains more daily. ques- Closely guarded League.- at Phil-
: appeal to the American people from :MORE BILLS INTRODUCED BY amendment for prohibition, which, adelphia; Chicago,: at St. Louis New
tion to be submitted is "Shall the cap- Huerta spent the day in his suite at I ;
the attitude of the GRIFFIN AND NEWTONBy York at Washington Cleveland
ital be removed to a point east of the the Ansonia hotel. government upon ratification by the people in Detroit. ; at
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Suwanee river?" A combination of I The general will not receive reporters I which, it was known to Germany, was 1916 will make the state dry in July,
to from traffic with Mr. House
the counties lying east of the Suwanee and his secretaries declared it'' opposed stoppage Newton of Orange 1917. Two absentees and one not Federal League Results
I nations. Bill No. 228.-To extend the
river on the question would result in was equally impossible for any other foreign cor- voting. The fight lines remained Buffalo 5, Brooklyn 4.
AH the administration officials limits of the of Winter
an affirmative vote, when it will be persons to see him. But the fact remains -I today porate town drawn the same as when the speakerwas Kansas City 0, St. Louis 3.

provided that an election be held to : since his arrival yesterday he I were careful to say that the Garden in the county of Orange, and elected by: 59 to 14. Chicago 6, Pittsburg 5.

decide on the town in which the cap- has received nearly 100 letters of a'' United States was not preparing a reply to give the town of Winter Garden Those voting against the resolutionwere Baltimore 1, Newark 3.

itol buildings shall be erected using type described by his secretaries as I' to Germany, nor its ambassador, jurisdiction over the territory em- Representatives R. H. Anderson Southern League Results
but that the braced in said extension committeeon
the new Bryan primary ballot for "most important"Among they were considering ; of Escambia; II. L. Bussey, Palm Memphis 6, Little Rock 1.

first and second choice. the more prominent Mexi- "subject of the memorandum." city and town organization.By Beach; Frank L. Dancy, Duval; John Atlanta Mobile 1.

This question of removing the cap- cans in New York today, the common Mr. Griffin of Orange, House W. Davis, St. Johns; Harry Goldstein, New Orleans 7, Birmingham 4.
ITALY CONTINUES HER Bill No. the catch-
itol to a more central location has gossip was that Huerta did not come PREPARATIONS 129.-To prohibit Nassau; Arthur Gomez, Mnoroe; S. Nashville 8, Chattanooga 5.
TO ENTER WAR fish in Lake Blanch Lake
of
been discussed at practically every to America for pleasure nor for per- ing I C. Harrison, Duval; W. M. Hurten- South Atlantic League Results

session of the legislature for ten sonal business. It is declared that he Down Lake Crescent Lake Verrell, bach, Escambia; H. A. Jones, Nassau; Savannah 3, Charleston 2.

years but whenever action was takenon had brought with him a letter from Rome Italy.-An order printed in Lake Sheen two lakes Butler and all J. J. Paul Columbia; Clarence E. :Macon: 5, Jacksonville 4.
the Journal directs all lakes and in Or- :
the matter so many different townsin Porfirio Diaz to the latter's nephew Military army connecting waters kulla; John C. Weimer Levy; E. A. Augusta 11, Columbia 1.

eastern and central Florida were Felix Diax, and that the letter will officers to dull the metal on their uni- ange county in any manner or by any Roberts, Monroe; W. C. Rouse, Wa- Albany 12, Columbus 4.
I forms and the scabbards; of their means other than with hook line and
in
placed nomination that Tallahassee afford a promise that the erstwhile Wilson St. Johns.
sworls. This is a measure usually lure and to prohibit the sale of any
always comes in for a majority vote. political enemies will get together a New York April 13.-The major
Under the proposition now outlined it movement to wrest Mexico from its I adopted on the eve of war. fish caught in any of the above waters STATUE OF JEFFERSON PRESENTED league season of 1915 will to-
After receiving a warning from the and prescribe a penalty for the open
is intended to get a vote on the ques- present leaders. i TO VIRGINIA morrow afternoon with in
games
tion of minister of war that in case of mobil- violation thereof; committee on game.
removal to a point further FOUNDER'S DAY eight cities. Pittsburgh Clevelandand
i izaticr the schools
public would be
east in an effort to get a locationmore
Resume Matamoras Battle Brooklyn are the only towns owning -
:
used house the TERRE
I to troops municipal HAUTE CONSPIRATORSGO
accessible to the entire state. Charlottesville Va.-Founders. day big league clubs that will not have
13.-An attackof
Washington April
council met discuss TO PRISON SUNDAY
tonight (Monday) to -
Then the question of what town will Villa's forces on Matamoras was was celebrated at the University of games in their home parks. Since
what would be
taken in
be selected as the capital will be votedon. resumed today. The state depart- measures Virginia today by the unveiling of a Brooklyn plays the Giants here, thatis
Unless the towns of central Flor- such an emergency. It was decidedto Indianapolis, Ind., April 13..-Three bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson
ment bulletin the fact nearly as good as a home for
announcing have school sessions continued in more Terre Haute poll fraud conspirators game
ida could get together on the matter says: done by Karl Bitter, and presented to the Dodger fans, so that only Pitts-
hired this afternoon withdrew
buildings substituting women from
a
and not permit so many candidates the university by Charles E. Crane, burgh and Cincinnati will be
"Indications that there will bea
are among
for male teachers who writ of
would be their
being nominated for the location, this error, appealing case to of Chicago. the slighted.
heavy battle. called to the colors. It also decided the circuit of
is the that was court appeals. They
, only plan will finally re- Secretary of Agriculture Houston Barring the possibility of bad
that so far as possible street were Joe O'Mara, street superintendent
sult in the removal of the -
state made the presentation speech today weather tomorrow's
offices. THE WEATHER I cars and other public utilities wouldbe ; Thomas Smith, city judge; and games should
when the bronze statue of Thomas provide some interesting baseball
It is that St. operated by women provided mobilization Edward Driscoll assistant city engi-
suggested Augustine, Jefferson was unveiled at the Univer- particularly in Philadelphia, where
I resulted in a shortage of neer. All short sentences.
Kissimmee, Orlando Gainesville, Pa- Florida: Fair Wednesday and prob- sity of Virginia. The statue was the the Athletics, American League

latka, Lakeland' and others would be ably Thursday. male employes. Sunday the men will go to Leaven- gift of Charles R. Crane, of Chicago.ORINGFORCONVENTION. champions of 1914 clash with the
worth prison unattended by guards.
nominated but understanding
a general -
Boston Red Sox who
are nominatedas
will be necessary before defi- W. A. SLAUGHTER DIED IN TENNESSEE Maurice Walsh also asked to go to
any favorites to win this
nite results can be obtained. It is SECOND ANNUAIDANQUET SUNDAY NIGHT the federal prison unattended by / } of year. Thereis
some special point note about
believed here however, that the ques- FROM PNEUMONIA guards. This was granted by Judge every other game however. Eddie .il

tion of moving east of the Suwanee Belated news received in Orlando Anderson. Collins makes his bow with the Chicago -

will be met with approval throughout Triangle Society Held Banquetat last evening told of the death of W. Donn Roberts and others had diffi- W. H. Brokaw and Others Mak- White Sox in St. Louis againstthe

. the state.JUDGES Orland Hotel Cafe \IA. Slauter for several years a citizen has culty not today been in decided obtaining when bonds.those who It ing Strong Effort to Land Browns. Bill Donovan, a debu-

Last 100 Orlando, and a plumber by trade, tante the
Night
Yankees
don't obtain bond will be taken to 1916 Convention in manager pilots j
: HOWE. DOW, AND PresentThe which occurred at Fountain City Orlando against Walter Johnson in Washington. -
prison.
NOLAN-CONTEST CLOSES Tenn., near Knoxville Sunday night, The most spectacular player in

TOMORROWThe second annual banquet of the I death resulting from pneumonia. The Headquarters State Horticultural the world Ty Cobb will help the i
CITY HALL WAS DESERTED YESTERDAY
Triangle Society was held last nightat deceased lived for many years in OrLando Society, Tampa Fla., April 13.-Spe- Tigers in their effort to repel the invasion 1
judges who will officiate in and sold his plumbing businessto AND QUIET '
the Orland hotel cafe nearly 100 cial'! to the Sentinel.)-The Florida by Cleveland.
making the award of in the II Fergus & Rogers. When death
prizes being present The society is com- Horticultural Society opened here SherwoodIagee, acquired from the
Board of Trade contest which has came his family was with him. He Because the twenty-eighth annual Phillies will play for the first time y
posed of the B. Y. P. U., C. E., andE. with a large attendance, and at least
been carried the I is survived by a widow and several conclave of the Grand Commandery,
on through Sentinel L., of the Baptist, Presbyterian, fifteen hundred members are expected with the world's champion Boston
have been selected. They are a trio and Methodist churches respectively. I children. Several weeks ago Mr. Knights Templar of Florida, openedits tomorrow. Disinterested sentiment Braves in Boston against his old club. J
of practical the cashiers Slauter started for Knoxville with his sessions at Daytona yesterday,
men: of Orlando's Officers elected for next year are S. favors Orlando for the next meeting Roger Bresnahan does a similar trick, j
Commissioner S. A. Johnson and
three banks, S. Waters Howe, family in an automobile. Details con- City making his bow
Kendrick Guernsey, president Miss as manager of the
; place. We have talked to over a hun j
Clerk Carl Jansen hied themselves
State Bank; C. P. Dow Peoples National cerning his demise are meager. to Cubs
Grace Holt, vice-president, and Free- against the Cardinals, whom he
dred,.in luding officers and prominent
.
the East Coast. Because of Mr. John- i
Bank, and Geo. E. Nolan Or- led. Here in
New
man Phillips, secretary and treasurer. members. A vote will be taken once York there is
.
lando Bank and Trust Company. The Miss Fanny Berry presided as toast- WILLIAM R. NELSON FAMOUS son andIr. Jansen's absence the Thursday night.-W. II. Brokaw. a civic rivalry between the Dodgers

contest will close at midnight Friday: I master and the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. EDITOR OF THE KANSAS i meeting of the city council set for I and Giants. Pittsburgh, without First i 1

April 15. There are five chances to I Stagg delivered the invocation. Fol- I CITY STAR DIES yesterday was postponed and there YOUNG KISSIMMEE :MAN DEAD Baseman Konetchy, who jumped to i

win five $5.prizes, best articles on lowing an elaborate dinner attractively i Kansas City, :\10.-William Rock- was no police court. C. A. Boone was FROM: DOSE OF POISON the Feds, assaults Cincinnati, whichis .
why the Board of Trade is Orlando's served I hill Nelson master of all he surveyed yesterday, reinforced by Catchers
under the direction of C. editor and owner of the Ivy Mingo

most valuable asset; how the womenof R. Emerick manager of the Orland I Kansas City Star, died at his home Commissioner Robertson attended tosewerage Kissimmee Fla., April 13.-Abe and Charley Dooin, Outfielder Tommy .
and
Orlando can assist the Board of cafe, Miss Beulah Rooney rendered a here early today.Mr. repairs, Mayor Sperry Johnston, age eighteen, committed Leach and Infielder Ivan Olson. '
attended
Trade; why you should join the Boardof selection on the piano. Others on the Nelson, who was 74 years old to correspondence mattersVILLA suicide at the home of his parents A large majority of New York

Trade; the best way for the Boardof program were Miss Claude DeLaney, had been in ill health several months HAS CAPTURED TUXPAM )Ir. and Mrs N. Johnston, here last sporting writers-in fact nearly all ;
Trade to advertise Orlando; and "B. Y. P. U and had been I of them-express the opinion that the
} ; George Buschbach, confined to his home night, it is alleged, by taking a dose ;
the best slogan for the Board of "Epworth League Edward T. Jackson I since last December. Uraemic Red Sox are almost certain to win
; I poisoning Washington, April 13.-A dispatchto of strychnine. No cause is assignedfor j j'
Trade. It is never too late. Sit "Christian Endeavor;" S. Ken- I caused his death, according tophysicians. the department tells of a continu- his rash act. I the American League pennant and i iI
down and write your thoughts on the i that the Braves excel rival 11I
drick Guernsey "A Toast; and the Besides his Johnstonis I every in
of battle
i ance a going on at Tuxpam parents young I
'f five groups and have them in the Sen- benediction by Dr. Stapjr. The society the National League. The concensus ,
between the Villistas and Carranzistas. survived by four sisters and four I[
tinel office before Friday midnight.You sang in concert "Blest be the tie" I POISONS HER FOUR CHILDREN Villa has captured the city butit brothers among the latter being At- seems to be that odds of close to even j I

may be able to win all five prizes. and a quartette also sang a selec- AND THEN COMMITSSUICIDE has been retaken and another battle torney Pat Johnston and Assistant I money should be on tap that Boston i .

Act now. I I I Johnston. I has a little world's series all to itself i(
tion.The I for its possession is in progress. County Clerk James The

I society is one of the strongest Spokane Wash., April 13.-\lrs.1 l There are twenty Americans at Tux- I I Johnston family is prominent here. this year. Washington is expected to j I

PASSENGERS OF TilE STRANDED I church organizations in the city and Luther A. Leonard wife of pam. Another battle between the I provide the stiffest oppositoin to the j I

MINNESOTA LANDED AT its members are earnestly working to poisoned her four young children i' Villa and Carranza forces is reported POLICEWOMEN: WANTED BY I.Red Sox, and the Giants are figured j

KOBE JAPAN bring about closer relations betweenthe day and then, satisfying herself to'I''I' imminent at a point 36 miles south of SOUTHAMPTON: CHIEF by the local men to be the closest j I

Kobe Japan.-The Blue Funnel three churches represented. Un- were dead she carefully placed Laredo. rivals of the Braves. J

Line steamer Oanfa from Seattle has der the leadership of the newly elected bodies across a bed, and swallowed a I The department is informed that I London.The chief of police at

arrived here with the passengers from president Mr. Guernsey, the so- I fatal dose of the mixture and expired Carranza has sent reinforcements to II Southampton is advertising for Paull's descriptive masterpiece" 1 11
the steamer I march "Battle of the Nations. The
a rock off Minnesota, which ran on ciety is destined to make much progress I'!soon afterwards. It is believed she Obregon, who is besieged by the largest licewomen at a salary of from $7 po-I greatest ever published. 15 cents.

Iwajima Sunday night.L : the coming year. suddenly became demented. j, of Villa's armies in Celaya. $9 a week. Curtis: & O'Neal.
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COUNT ZEPPELIN AND LATEST
HOW GERMAN FOOD f
A Fine, Sweet Pipefor PARIS AIR RAID


you is the WeDington. With it,you can be sure PRICES HAVE RISENBerlin Paris.-On their last raid against : SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You wont have the Paris Zeppelin dirigibles made their
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington dean and best stroke of the war so far. They

tractable. Saliva can't get to the fire to boil and March 20-by( mail-The) wrecked factories in which night Garden and Field Seed
'splutter. weekly report of the American Asso- work on munitions of war was being

c--7 ciation of Commerce and Trade, a done. In the same raid bombs were
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local organization, today contains an dropped on the fine home in the Place ,
article showing that while some food Cormeilles at Levallois-Perret, near j

commodities have risen greatly in Paris. The interior was completely 'I Golden Dent Corn, quart ---------________________lOc
price, many important items are nor- wrecked. The French minimized the i'
Hickory King Corn, quart _________________lOc
mal or nearly normal. The report is effects of the raid, but expelled a | -------
is made on the correct pipe principle. It wont printed in English for circulation in I Swiss newspaper correspondent who :, Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart __________________15c '

(foul and it cant dog. Come on in and pick the the United States. wrote an article for a German Country Gentleman Corn, quart ----_____________15c

shape 25c. 35c you 50c.like best-every one a master-pipe. Rice has doubled in price and pota- paper describing the terror news-I White Dent Corn, quart ---------------__________lOc

up. toes cost almost twice as much, but the big gas bags over the city. I Hasting Prolific Corn, quart -------_____________23c
Made In butter, sugar and milk and beef are Count Zeppelin has been working i
Look them over at the AmericaGOOD priced the same as before the war. on balloons since American civil war j Pop Corn(for Seed dr poping, lb. ------____________lOc

Other meats are but slightly higher. days, when he made an ascension in I Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

The report says: the United States, but he continues I .Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
AND BAD CIGAR '
STOREOUR "The actual character of the Ger- hale and energetic. Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

man bread distribution has been mis- I' Lima Beans, quart _________30c
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understood in some quarters in CASE IS ARGUED BEFORE SUPREME -
I America. COURT Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1

MOTTO : "Although all flour and grain has Florida Favorite :Melon: Seed, lb. --------__________65c

been seized by the government in or- The case of Floyd Blackwell, plain- Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ----------_________GOc

Small Profits and Quick Returns. der to determine the actual supply on tiff in error, vs. State of Florida, de- Tom Watson :Melon: Seed, Ib ---------_____________75c

Why not identify yourself with the Co-Operative hand, such confiscation had in view fandant in error, was argued before Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c;

Produce Co., and buy your feeds and foodstuffs at cost, only its proper distribution throughthe the supreme court last week. The defense Black Eye Peas ___________quart, 18c
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official channels. was represented in oral
plus a small per cent for storing, handling, etc., and be- "The amount of bread per capita gument by Mr. Davis, of the an law firm ar- I Ii Whipponvill Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 25c
come an independent and progressive buyer?
available until the next harvest and i of Davis & Giles, of Orlando, lion.
See us about it. It cost nothing to investigate the
plan. arrived at by dividing the supply on C. O. Andrews, assistant attorney
hand by the number of people is now general, representing the state. At City Drug StoreJ.
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. 1,800 gramm, or 3:96 pounds and 200 the fall term of the circuit court for
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 gramm flour."Therefore. Lake county, Blackwell was indicted

this weekly amount of and tried for murder in the first degree L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
bread represents no off-hand figure, for the alleged killing of Earnest .
but is the result of a careful investi- Hampton and sentenced to life im

Our New"Eola" Letter File until gation the and next will harvest.safeguard the supply prisonment.-Leesburg Commercial.

"The of BUSINESS WAS GOOD YESTERDAY -
present price
commoditiesas
Is proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart-
; ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually compared with the price before the
[ easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young war is shown in the following table. i Orange avenue, Pine, Church and The 1 / arketOF :
"The prices are retail prices in
Court and
,
i lady can open them with perfect ease. streets Central avenue
f These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for Greater Berlin and differ from the were filled yesterday with automobiles CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

r 35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter quotations in other cities in some an indication that many from OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
i files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the commodities only, and then only very neighboring towns were in Orlando on
slightly." FRESH AND SALT MEATS
name. business.
I The following table showing food Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
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: Dr. S. S. Jones and pure. .
THE ARCADE BOOK A MUSIC STORE PRESENT PRICES We Inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have'
i Rye bread, in loaves with 50 percent
t potato flour, weighing CHIROPRACTOR everything in the Meat Line.
4 pounds --------_______21 cents graduate Davenport College, 17 and
3 pounds _---------______18 c nts 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone : H. j\dL Self & Co.
2 pounds _---------______12 cents 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
White rolls with 10 per cent. being restored to health by chiro- jl
CAREY HANDFUNERAL rye, of 2.6 ounces -______1.2 cents practic adjustments, the new science PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
War flour, per pound _______ 8 cents of removing the cause of disease. Examination I
Butter, per pound --_-______25 cents free. 12-24-lmo
Lard, per pound --_________24 cents I
DIRECTORAND Sugar, per pound -----------6- cents I II
Coffee, per pound -----_____40 cents I
Eggs (household), each ____ 3 cents II
EMBALMERAll Milk: per quart ____________ 5 cents
Beef, per pound ----_______24 cents .
Mutton, per pound ____ ____25 cents I ORLANDO ROOFINGAND .
Veal, per pound _______'.__25; cents !
Pork, per pound --_-______25 cents
calls answered Promptly Dayor Bacon, per pound --________24 cents !
Potatoes, per bushel -______95 cents oS, '._. .. W HAT SHEET METAL CO.
Hand Rice, per pound -__________14 cents .:p ... fo.. weird,
> Night. Block. Split peas, per pound ______14 cents 1 .. ;:"'J.. mysterious
Lentils, per pound --_-_____19 cents 7'-::i de.< plot could draw to-
BEFORE THE WAR }r}*** gether a beautiful Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
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Orlando Florida. Rye bread no potato flour, in young ,
, loaves of 3.5 pounds _____12 cents girl and a hideous, horrible,
White rolls, no rye, in loaves repulsive Ape man? and Rubber Roofings
PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, of 3.5 ounces --1.2 cents
; Butter, per pound ___-______25 cents Is the secret concealed in The Metal
Lard, per pound -__________22 cents Black Box? Cornices Skylights. .Heating Ventilating, Ceilings
Sugar, per pound __________ 6 cents In this most remarkable of all ,
Coffee, per pound _________24 cents
6 Eggs (household), each ____ 2 cents photoplays, you will see and I Works: 14 E. Church St. J ORLANDO

Milk, per quart ___________ 5 cents enjoy the finest moving pictures j .,
Beef, per pound -__________24 cents ever shown anywhere in the
Mutton, per pound _________24 cents world. I I i iYou'll I:
Veal, per pound ____-______24 cents !
SA. YO- : Pork, per pound -__-_______24 cents be enthralled by eXc1tI'i '
Bacon, per pound __________21 cents ing thrills,by moments of breathI| I
Potatoes, per bushel _______48 cents less expectation, and find the '
Rice, per pound ___________ 7 cents satisfaction in I Orlando Meat Market
supremcst The
Split peas, per pound ______ 5 cents every
Mr. Business Man, I will Lentils, per pound _________ 9 cents scene. ,

offer for subdivide Bring your friends. Arrange a i I T. YANCY, Manager;
ten days to
ANOTHER GERMAN: CRUISER AT night every week to- i!

i the property cor- NEWPORT NEWS See THE BLACK Box | Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

ner Orange Avenue Jack- Newport News, Va., April 12.- The Photoplay Serial Supreme Florida and Western Meats
15 Episodeore a week: ,
First aid to the German merchant i

[ son and Boone streets in raider Kronprinz Wilhelm, which arrived STARTS SATURDAY NIGHT ; Oysters, Fish, Poultry, VegetablesGame{ Etc.

parcels to suit purchaser.Look unexpectedly with British in prisoners this port from yesterday Roof Garden Theatre i Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders a

sunken ships and a hospital ward
the matter over. Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
filled with sick sailors, was extended rP E.1 PHONES /1 Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.
today as the second German com-

merce destroyer to reach an American ,

refuge within thirty days, lay at -
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Collector Hamilton boarded the

Kronprinz Wilhelm shortly after 10

o'clock this morning, and conferred Pure Ice CreantI
with Captain Thierfelder about his

desires relating to stay in this neu-

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"I anxious
am to get a formal request I
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for length of time the I
com- I When you want PURE ICE For .
mander of the Wilhelm wishes to remain Party
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
Hammond ore in port, so that I may forwardit
to Washington as soon as possible,'" you don't believe that we take Club .

, said the collector. It is probable that I the greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from

I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSJ I Captain Thierfelder will ask for a II facture come up and watch us tubercular tested .cows. All Church SocialSchool

survey of the ship by naval officers I, make it. You will be surprised 1 Social 1
f REAL VALUES LOW PRICES before making any definite request cans, moulds and everything ,
I at the care every detail is given.
about repairs. used in the manufacture of our Lodge
r COMPARE I Any kind you want, any time
NOW IS THE TIME TO WIN I Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder

: I OUR FURNITURE I PRIZES I, from a quart up. lZ ed. -

Only a few days remain until the You are cordially invited to -
F We provide the quality oCfurniture-that has long I prizes for the Board of Trade contest inspect our factory at any Hands Pure C'I
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I will be Awarded. The contest is open I Ice Cream
i standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. :' to everybody. Now is the time to I time.
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We 't make
It ca I i submit your efforts. A great many
G this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones I i have been received. Get in with the I -- --

r of this business, and that means much to any buyer. 1; rest. Ifou are unfamiliar with the
I
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MCNEIL & DAVIS BLOCK i, will be explained to you. The judges
i will be announced tomorrow. AnI -

Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St., Orlando Fla. ,I swers are coming in from Altamonte
J Springs, from Winter Park and other PHONE '566 W. Jefferson Street

(nearby towns. Don't forget, only a
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Phillips, F. IL. machine mfg. SPORT SCHEDULE FOR THE i MIIIIIIMIiMilllMilllilllltlliilllllilMilliiiMIMMMMMillilMI IMMMM
Phillips, Geo. W. machine mfg. WEEK I
300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Patterson, J. C., retired.
Quigg E. A., livery stable.R .

"BE A SELF STARTER-DONT Remsen, Dean II. Episcopal ch. BASEBALL Today .
WAIT TO BE CRANKED" Rogers Fergus & Rogers. National League opens season.
Uajborn D. IL Grocery.
-JOIN THE BOARD OF Rush, Gray, Ford dealer. American League opens season. TilE GREADYTOWEAR STORE
TRADE NOW Rogers, W. W., San Juan Garage. SWIMMING i I
Rex. Walter '''., Dickson-Ites Co. 50-yard free style and 200'ard'breast '
t W. H. Reynolds retired. stroke, A. A. U. championship,
MEMBERS PAID, 1913 Robinson, C. B-, lawjer.
A Robinson, B. M., county clerk. at Chicago.
Ange J. F., contractor. Reese J. H., Iteporter-Star. DOG
Andersc i, F. l grocer. Rose, W. W., real estate. Alaska dog race, 412 miles, startsat
J Baxter, i'. H, real estate.B Robinson, O. traveling man. Nome '
Robertson, W. H. retired.S today.BOXING
\% fOR WOMEN MISSES
Beck A. L.,, Beck Lumber Co.
Blankner. F. L. Sallas. S. F., plumber. Far Western championships A. A.
Bossier Dr. II. J., dentist. Starbuck V. S-, lawyer. U.. at San Francisco. ,
Smith H. A., Orlando Pharmacy.
Beardall. Dr. HaL, physician.
Self. H. M.. meat market. Jack Skelly vs. Sailor Szarmanski
Brannon, T. c.. S. A. L. conductor.J. .
D. Barnes. YoweI1.Duckworth. Smith. M. M., real estate. 10 rounds at Cincinnati.
Dr. R. I*. Buckmaster osteopath.Nat Soloman Ben dry goods.
Burman, gents furnishings. Stalberg H-, dry goods.
Thursday
Bumby, Joe, hardware. Sligh S. J- orange groer.Smith. AND CHILDREN
Butt Arthur, tax assesosr. W. H-, chief police. BASEBALL
Brokaw, W. IL, nurseryman. Sperry, E. F.. mayor. American Association opens season.
Beeman, IL, San Juan hoteL Schnaar, Jno. insecticide mfg. SWIMMING
Strong, Claud E., Phillips Mfg. Co.
. Branch, W. S" book store.
Steinspring II. W.. wholesale 400-yard relay, 100-yard free style
Berry, Bert, auto repairs. groc.T On 2-nd Floor
Brown, T. O., men's clothing. and water polo championships A. A.
. Bradshaw, J. N., insurance. Turner J. E., mgr. citrus exchange. U. at Chicago.
Branham, L. G., S. A. L. frt. agt. Tilden W. L*, lawyer. GOLF

Barker Beardall.Geo.Win.A., lawyer., painter. Topliff Terry F.C.J II.. .monument restaurant.works. Opening of Sea View tournament,

Burden Jas. N.. Butt's Candy Kit. Townsend, C. S, contractor. at Atlantic City N. J. EXCEPTIO\ SMART gARIVERNTS
Beggs, James D.. real estate. C. W. Townsend, retired. HORSE RACING
Bumby, A. W.. Bumby Hdw. Co. Tenney* Lloyd S? Mgr. Fla. Growers Thoroughbred racing meet opens at
Butt, E. W., Butt's Candy Kitchen. and Shippers' League.
Brown, C. G.. Yowell-Duckw'h Co. Thornton. James I., retired. Havre de Grace, :Md.BOXING.
Beeman Edwin San Juan hoteLC Tucker, J. II, county treasurer.

Vivian, II. A, dairy.W Leach Cross vs. Walter Mohr, 15 The most advanced styles in new modelsat

Catechis, D. S., restaurant. West ott, C. G, automobile mfg. :rounds, at Waterbury, Conn.
Cheney J. Y., O. W. & L. Co. Wieninga, B. veterinary surg'n.Woodbury I
Christ, Dr. C. D., physician. R. c.. wholesale grocery. prices which are substantially Lower
Curtis & O'Neal, book store. Warlow, Judge T. I', county judge. I Friday
.. Caruthers & Gore, grocers. "'ay. S. Y. insurance. WRESTLING
Cheney, Donald O. W. & L. Co. Waring, R. D, real National
estate. championships of the A.
than the for such a
Chadwick. C. D.. real estate. prices
customary
Woodruff, Seth, stockman. I A. U. at San. Francisco. garments -
and L. Co.
Cheney, J. M, O. W. Watson W. P. S. A. L. engineer.
Cohoon RobU canning factory. Whitman. Dr. A. B. dentist. BOXING
Curry, W. K., Curry & Smith Cigar Wright, Whitney, cigar store. Tommy Dillon vs. Young Apple- of such character and distinction.Values
Factory. ',Weathersbee Allen S, transfer co. I I gate 10 rounds at Evansville Ind. .
D Wilmott, J. W, Tremont hotelY
Daetwyler Dean, Jas. I R-*,. druggist.real estate. Montreal.Gilbert Gallant. vs. Harry Condon, as usual not to be found in other stores.
Yanct.y. T. A. meat market.
Dann, II. Carl real estate. N. P. Yowell, Yowell-Duckworth. Saturday
Davis W. M., stock raiser. Yearby, J. R.. Yowell-Duckworth. ROWING
Davis, G. IL, wholesale grocer.
Dickson, Harry Dickson-Ues Co. Princeton vs. Navy at Annapolis.
Dickinson, C P., lawyer. Kodak finishing left at Robinson's BOXINGPhil I Beautiful Summer DressesIn Smart and Clever Styles |
Dicks on-Ives, store. Studio will be
department
> ready at 5 o'clock the Bloom vs. Ted Lewis, 10
.. Dow Dolire, C., S.I'G.Peoples. real estate.National Bank. next day. 3-3-tf rounds at Brooklyn. the new nets, laces, voiles, linens and In wash skirts. Materials of ratine, pique,
Davis, E. W.? lawyer. novelty wash materials.The poplin, repp, linens and cotton Garbar-
Dale, Fred B., real estate.E. most attractive Frocks we have ever dines, white and sand.
G. Duckworth, Yowell-Duckw'th. shown line stunning styles just in,
large ,
Duke, Buford. Duke HalL Why don't call and let
you
us low
quote you our
Dolive Louis insurance and realty.E and range in price from $1.25 to $7.00

T. II. Evans, jeweler.E Summer Rates
fc>s, V. W., druggist. at the $3.00 to $15.00
Edwards. Dr. G. H., physician.

Essington Empie Eaton, W.Jno.IL W.F-, ,O Orange Spot, The Cash SentineL grower.Grocery.F Em: : p ire :Motel: :: Childrens DressesLarge

Dresses for all OccasionsExclusive asortment in white and colors in all
Ferris, Josiah SentineL The ;
Fishback, D. E.. irrigating plants. Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added, the late styles, sizes from 4 to 14 years,

Francisco, Nick, fruit stand. makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the styles a magnificient display.
city to live.
Father Feinberg.M.J.Fox L*,, Catholic clothing.church. Just arrived, large line new models, em- $1.00 to $5.00Our

A FiezL A. A., Orlando Roof & Sheet bracing the newest styles in nets, laces
Metal (-'0.-- and silks.
Fort L. B.. San Juan Garage. .as:
Field, A. R_ Field & Co. .
Fuller A. Y.. Palms Auto Co. $18.00 to $28.00 Juvenile
Forage, Naif grocery.r Department :

Hawley, I). I*, cigars.C. .
E. Graham retired. d'J' We are abundantly equipped this year
Goodrich C. W. abstractor. 's to supply the wants of all mothers, and at
Gore. Mahlon retired. Elegant Coat Suits the same time gladden the hearts of the
Griffin, S. S., real estate. youngsters.
Gordon. Frank, sheriff. Just arrived, large line in novelty, checks,
made Wash Suits
Glenn, W. M., The SentineL Sprague and Rompers,
Giles Jas. L. real estate. serges, poplins and Gabardines, in all the white and fancy, 50 different styles to se-
George J. T., meat market. prevailing styles. You will be surprisedat lect from.
Guernsey, Jos. L., hardware. the splendid values.
Green, Henry contractor.
p Giles, LeRoy B., lawyer.Hardaway /LIt'04KLMQ 'XfdJ? 50c to $6.00
H .' 1'b f7fC'J::j Vl:!!:!.C II $16.00 to $35.00Boys
S. D.. Pure Food Groc'y.Harper
; Dr. W. M, osteopath.Hart .
P. C, meat market.
Hand Jno-, furniture. Jbys Shirts and Blouses, Kaynee and $
E. M., laundry.
Holden steam
Pants made of Wool and Wash Bell Brands white and
Hutton L. P.. architect. Boys fancy, splendid line
Differentand
Hartcorn Albert E, lawyer. --- material, all sizes. to choose from. *. .*
Helms, F. L, Helms Hdw. Co. I I

Hauselt.Hand Cary E.,G undertaker., Peoples Bank. I 50c to $2.00 50c to $1.00

Howard.Hovey, C.C.A.E,,real Orange estate.Co. Citizen. ,as much belter as it is differentLess i

HowelL Dr. J. osteopath..
Haden, A., orange grower. gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less !
Howe, S. W-, State Bank. skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. NEW SPRING MILLINERY SHOWN
Holbrook J. P., Hupmobile.Hand. These are the fixed facts for Oakland this

I Hupple. II.AL E,, auto ice cream repairs.mfg. They are assured by mechanical laws. owners year. Best at the BIG STORE. ([We beg to announcea

Herndon, A. R, civil engineer.I .

I Read the Five beautiful display of Trimmed Hats
s, M. B., Dickson-Ives J Co. Leading Oakland exquisite ,

Jansen Jackson., Carl J. \\'.city, turpentine clerk. operator. Superiorities Below most beautiful effects and they are justly correct

Johnson, C. E, So. Fla. Foundry.
Johnson, S. A., city commissioner.K Every feature works towards a definite economy- and all moderately priced. Beautiful line of Un-

Kanner. II., dry goods. maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with
Knox. James A-. insurance. low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, timmed Shapes, Flowers, Wreaths and Fruit, all
Keys, E. S., A. C. L. frt. agt. ease of
Kent, A. G.. retired. handling and beauty that make up real luxury. low
King, Murry Sarchitect.. Then-see the Oakland--drive it-get a demonstration at exceptionally prices.
L that's a real road test-and decide.
Long L. B.. Helms Hdw. Co. The Ookland
Catalogue upon request. Fours and
Lawton J. D... printer.
Laubach, P. F., feed store. sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 to
.. Lartigue, Chas.. insurance. $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. I
Leu. II. 1% ,Cain-O'Berry Boiler ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR

Works. M MOTOR COMPANYPontiac ,

Massey, L. C. lawyer. I
Merck, N. J., druggist. :Michigan REELS AT EVERY SHOW
Miller J. O-, auto livery. I
Magruder, J. B., Empire hoteL I
Miller. DeWitt, Wyoming hoteL
McCullough, Geo. departm't store. J. B. MAGRUDER Jr.
McLean, "'. postmaster.. Agent L-Ko Comedy I
W. IL, tax collector.
Martin Mathews, Tom '''., contractor. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I Bison Drama, 3 reels, Cleo Madison, Joe "j' vo MANY BACHELORS" 1
:McEwan. Dr. J. S., physician. I
McKa). Donald G. 1-Great Strength King. _f I
lcElro -. J. Merle. McElroy Phcy. with light weight. = i
1looftJ.. L., merchant.N Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. 'I
e N 2.-High Speed Motor "THE :MOTHER INSTINCT
"ell. S. .\... ass't cash'r State Bk. with great power. a Admission Nights 5c. and lOc. I
Nolan. Geo. E. cash'r O. B. & T.Co. II
Nicholson J. E. bakery. ., 3-Low center of I
I
Electric Co.Niles .
Newell.. J. J.. Newell of gravity with usual a
C. L.
Norcross P., retired. road clearance. f
Capt.

Overstreet, :M.: O.O. banker, manufr I I'I 4-F lying wedge i Y owell-Dllckworth Co.Orlando's
P Lines with least wind I I II
Phillips. W. Paul laundry. I resistance. 1 .
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Person Dr. W. Cphjsician. '
Poulson. Rev. E. TV, Baptist church. a-E con o m y with 1L "
Payne L. I... fertilizer and lumber. 'I Luxury. I Largest Store. "Quality Did It. i iI
Phillips. T. W.. auto dealer. I .
Peppercorn. F. A., contractor. I I .-

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THE DAILY I EACH FIGURE SIDELIGHTSBy ..

SPELLS TRAGEDY.The .
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\ South Florida SentinelMORNING International Bureau of the ( W. S. Branch)

Red Cross, in Geneva, has just now I
AND WEEKLY published the exact and official figures Every town in the state wants its
i *'. M. GLENN ......... ..........Editor I of the belligerent parties. charter amended to some extent. This I FOR SALE
t W. c. ESSINGTON .....Buiineu Manager
of will
Servia.-In the time during August sort legislation occupy about
E Entered at the postnffic at Orlando. FlorIda 1, 1914, and January 10, 1915, sick one-half the time of the
f a> Second CUs Mail Matter. and wounded, 126,000; invalids and Tampa Tribune. legislature'-I' I
cripples, 19,500; prisoners, 46,000; Not us. Until I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES dead, 87,000; total, 278,500. not wish to change even a word of our
Daily. I Year ........................ $5.00 \fontenegro.-From August 1, 1914, charter. There may be a few thingswe I r IIJ
t Daily. 6 Months ...................... 260Daily. 1915 sick and wounded shall wish slightly changed after t
10
k 3 Months ...................... 1.25 to January
Daily. Month ...... ........... .60Reekly. 38,000; invalids and cripples, 12.- further experience, but we are not
500; prisoners, 18,500; dead, 22,000; ready for it yet. There are a very
1 Year ...................... 11.00f total, 91,000. few people who would like to change A new two-story I
f ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Japan.-From August 1, 1914, to some of the officials. The recall feature eight room modern \
ADVANCETO November 21., 1914. sick and wounded of our charter gives them a fine I
r ADVERTISERS: 36,000invalids; -and cripples, 5,500; opportunity to see if any great nrm- J'] and unique dwelling I
prisoners, 2,500; dead, 11,500; total, ber of them are of the same mind.0 .
OPT for display and all other hand-Bet 55500. I with double i
i advertising mast be handeo in at the business Russia.-From August, 1914, to Postmaster McKay, of Tampa, has
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. January 10, 1915, sick and wounded, I I asked permission of the government sleeping porches, '
This role applies
t to the chances day before for publication contract advertising! : it i. 1,490,000; invalids and cripples, 421- to beautify the lot on which the post- modern garage and I
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. 500; prisoners 796,000; dead, 743- e trice stands by setting cut border
000; total, 3,423,500. plants to read "United States Fed- butlers quarters I
i Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Belgium.-From,: August 1, 1914. to eral Building" on each side of the ,
should notify the office in writing on !
t the date of expiration otherwise it will be December 31, 1914, sick and wounded, walk. We might set out flowers on very pretty location .
continued at the regular subscription rates. 62,500; invalids and cripples, 27.500; our vacant government lot reading Lake : We Are
until notice to atop is received. dead total "This is where the Orlando overlooking Planning
prisoners, 49,500 72,500 postofficewill
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 212000. ; ; be erected in the sweet bye-and- Eola. $4500.00 will ; .
f! France.-From August 1, 1914, to bye."
191:;.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 14, I
December 31, 1914, sick and wounded, buy this if taken .
t 718,000; invalids and cripples, 439,-
One professor says we sleep too I
Champion Willard does not drink or 000; prisoners, 494,500; dead, 464,000; mu<"h. Another says we eat too much. now, it is a bargain.
have any other bad habitsyet.It total, 2,115,500. Still others claim we drink too much; ,
o England.-From August 1, 1914, to and there are folks who think too
If. is expected that the legislature December 31, 1914, sick and wounded, much; a large share of us talk too
will adjourn along about June sixth. 185,000; invalids and cripples. 49,500; much. Some people seem to live too I IS.
o prisoners, 82,500; dead, 116,500; total, much; but none of us will give too For a
433500. much.
Swat one fly now and you preventthe Total loss of allies.-Sick and
ii coming of uncounted thousandsin wounded, invalids and cripples, pris-

t August. 0 'oners Germany, and dead and, 6609500.AustriaHungary.The .- DoctorsBuckitiasfel' S.G.D 6 Dolive & SonI!

There is no war in Europe-it's all figures recently published by the I I
baseball Red Cross about the German total
in America-the season
opens today! !losses show a total of 1,090,500 within & Brnmlage REAL ESTATENo.
o the same time, and Austria-Hungary, II
Gen. Joffre says the allies can not 1250000. There is no report published OSTEOPATHS 3 WEST PINE STREET
lose. But any baseball fan knows by Turkey. ,
that is old stuff.It o Personal instruction under Dr. Still Second Floor

o WHAT THE NEW YORK at Kirksville, Mo.
is hard to take much stock in WORLD SAYS. I BigSewcia1Week
132 S. Orange Ave. above
Peoples
those reports telling how the other "No other people have done so much
side is crushing Villa. for humanity since this war began as I National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. ,
o the American people have done. It is
not extravagant to say that in all his
Now that the heating problem has tory there is no other such record of
become less acute, the location of win- -
and disinterested
generous service.
I
dow screens looms large. We have fed the starving, we have
o clothed the naked, we have bound up }
Now that so many states have gone thevounds of the injured and carried .
dry, the timely announcement is made them literally from the jaws of death.
that hot water is a remedy for snake I Millions of dollars of American money
bite. have been poured out to relieve suffering -
o and distress. American sur- :
Great ideals are behind the war, geons and American nurses supported I
says the president. And some of by American generosity are every- F. -
them seem to have been left far be- where engaged in desperate battles to
hind, too.Japan save the lives that war has sought to
o destroy. We have carried the heavy' :Ii
admits that it does not want burden of our own distress while exerting Magnolia AvenueI
anything in China, but merely wishedto unprecedented efforts to lighten .1
the burden of others' distress and
,
beat us to it in case we might want "
anything. have asked no thanks.o have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-

o RATHER UNLUCKY. uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
There is a woman out West who
Persons who believe in luck and
says she hasn't slept for seven years. This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
We haven't heard from the other signs will doubtless agree that it is
members of the family. unlucky to be struck by lightning on number of bearing fruit trees.I .
o Monday, or to take hold of a circularsaw
on Tuesday, or tumble down will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
While the the
they are on subject
stairs with a coal scuttle on Wednesday -
commissioners might sound the Pullman feet ofihsouth end.
or to be hit by a cable car on \
porter and see if he would be Thursday, fall overboard on Friday,
willing to accept 20 cents.o or marry a girl on Saturday who The house is in good condition and is arranged into

swings 10 pound Indian clubs, or be light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
In connection with the Frye case one of 13 to dine on Sunday where Commencing
Germany cites the PrussianAmericantreaty there is food for only 10. of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
of 1799. And still some think o
Uncle Sam is a giddy youth.A His name was William-but she bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT

o called him Bill. The old man did not BARGAIN.
state peace convention is to beheld like him as a suitor*to his daughter,
at Orlando the latter part of and kicked him out. The next day; Cash or terms.
this month. We nominate Willis Pow they met and he complained.The '
ell and Lew Brown as delegates from girl apologized and said that MONDAY WK[ [
Finellas.-Lakeland Telegram.o her pa was so accustomed to foot all
o her bills that he did it as a matterof

When asked about the county course.A .
division rumors from Orlando :Mr. o
Lake said that Representative New- little neglect may breed great
ton had made the remark that he mischief. For want of a nail the S. Y. WAY I
would try to take off a part of Semi- shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the I.
nole county and tack it on Orangeand horse was lost; for want of a hers
that he (Lake) had replied that the rider was lost, being overtakenand
if such a thing was attempted he also slain by the enemy-all for wantof
would try to tack on part of Orangeto care about a horse shoe nail.-Ben Insurance and Real Estate Agent i iFull 19th
Seminole. This is probably what Franklin.The April
I started the reports in the Orlando pa- o
pers about the retaliation of Mr. Lake trouble with the fellow who PHONE 172
after his defeat for the speakership." can talk logically about everything is
-Sanford Herald. that he does nothing but talk.
o o
SENTINEL HAS PERU PANAMA HAT COMPANYThe

WIDE CIRCULATION.
The Orlando Sentinel had an "Aprilfool" Peru Panama Hat company
story about a new city hall for which has been at Merck's drug store
Orlando last week, and now the mayor for about three weeks, will leave this
is needing an annex to his office in city Sunday morning. In speaking of
order to accommodate the number of this city Mr. Etkin, the manager,
letters received which offer material, said: "Orlando is a beautiful city and
supplies and furnishings for the sup- each time I come here I wonder at L .
its growth and progressiveness. The
posed new structure. At any rate the
joke proved that the Sentinel is read people" here appreciate a good Panama

very carefully by business men in various hat. particulars later
parts of this great country.TimesUnion. .-
WILL BRING HORTICULTURISTSTO M
o ORLANDO NEXT YEAR .r _. ,.;;.." ."' _..,.,.." ....

"E" IS IN MOST: (. 1 ... .

GOOD THINGS. E. C. Hoskins, John Schnarr, W. H. 1
Some one has advanced the opinion
Brokaw, E. M. Gross, A. B. Johnson
t that the letter "e" is the most unfor- ,
tunate character in the English alpha R. O. Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S.

bet because it is always out of cash, Tenny, L. W. Tilden, W. F. Nehrling,

forever in debt, never out of danger, and F. W. Stanley are in Tampa attending .
and in hell all the time. ..
L For some reason he overlooked the the meeting of the Florida

r fortunates of the letter, so we will Horticultural Society and.the Florida
call his attention to the fact that "e" Growers' and Shippers' League. Or- a
is never in war and always in peace.It .
is the beginning of existence the lando delegates will make a strongbid I A
I commencement of ease and the end of to have the convention brought to .
trouble. Without it there would be this city in 1916. ,
no meat, no life and no heaven. It is
the center of honesty, makes love per-
WILL
fect and without it there would be no I.KEU"fO TRIP OF
editors, devils, nor news. EIGHTEEN HUNDRED MILES I

o Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stevens, who i a
MIGHTY have spent a number of seasons in 4 t tq \ N
MEAN M EN. Orlando a.nd who
are now among the
There isn't a spark of gallantry in happy and contented quests making
the men of Tyro, Kansas. If puns their home at the Wyoming hotel, I
were allowed, it might be said that expect to start Saturday in their new to
the name of their town fitted their Franklin, six cylinder car, for their Come TIS or .-
idea of politeness.A home in Atlanta, Ga. It will be a
year ago the little town was in pleasure trip and they expect to travel Your : I DICKSON 1VES CO.
bad shape financially. There was no at leisure, stopping here and thereen Spring TonicR ,
money to meet expenses, and the common route to the Gate City.
council had been living from hand Accompanying. and Mrs. Stevens
to mouth, with frequent interviewswith will be Prof. Hardy and wife, who- If you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now

the bank in the shape of notes. also have been enjoying life at the and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the pois-
.DEPARTMENT STORE.
More than else
as a joke anything Wyoming hotel this season. They will
they elected a woman mayor and three travel in a Ford and will continue ons absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you. I .. ..
women as councilmen, and after a their journey northward to their home fill
them
Bring us your prescriptions ; we right.
year the town has all bills paid, $1,400in in Williamstown Mass. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
the bank, new gas mains laid, The distance from Orlando to At- Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right. I of true service of
cleaner streets, and general prosper lanta by auto is estimated to be 600 The Store never-failing courtesy -
ity.And miles while the number of miles itwill jVlIERCJK'S PHARN.IACY ; of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
now the men are trying to get be necessary for the Hardys to chandise, at right prices
back into power! Did you ever hear cover before they reach their jour- i
THE REXALL STORE
f of anything so absolutely ungrateful ney's end in the Bay State, is said to I ..

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GRANDI I I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I.; ; n n

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK DIRECTORY WILL BE LARGE ONE Admission 5 Cents

Wednesday! April 14
Suffrage LeagtlF, 10 o'clock a. m., at E. E. Mayfield, who is compilingthe I
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Unity Chape; paper read by Mrs. "I i Ctr U
Orlando and
Harold Beardall. new directory census, I TODAY'S PROGRAM I
"The Bachelor Girls," Miss Elizabeth is making rapid progress, the work i ._ 't"J
4 Reels I o.
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Branham hostess. 1 being nearly completed. The direc-
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J Young Wright Matrons hostess.Card Club, Mrs. Gordon tory will embody the towns of Taft, ty,Imp.in "The King Turn Baggot of the with Tide Aline," in Prel-two J / 4 I

Unity Circle, dramatic reading by the Pine Castle, Ocoee, Oakland, Apopka, parts. 00<>,\ : q -=-
Rev. Miss Gordon. Winter Garden and Winter Park.YESTERDAY'S Nestor. Comedy. "Cupid Pulls a .'C
Sans Souci Club, Mrs. T. W. Mathews Tooth," with Eddie Lyons and Victoria ...,,//
hostess. Your last opportunity to witness I Ford.
RAIN WAS BADLY Luna Film. //1' \,
Thursday April 15 I Comedy. "Shot in the \
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Here and There Club, Mrs. Nyal, NEEDEDThe I the Fracas.
greatest laugh
producer 0
Amelia avenue, hostess. Don't forget the Favorite is givingyou COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY 0
Rosalind Club. four reels for five cents, and always -
Kit shower that sprung up yester- !ever brought to this city. one or two comedies. Come and
Rare Klub, Mrs. Charles Phillips No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for the
day afternoon was sufficient to soak hour
.hostess. enjoy a good of amusement.Five .
Friday, April 16 the ground and bring gladness to the I cents to all. price. No matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for
MARIE DRESSLER
Entre Nous your money. Aside from real values you can choose from
Club, Miss Roberta hearts of fruit growers, nurserymen, an as-
Branch. sortment unrivalled here-abouts.
truckers, farmers and all agriculturalists -I MODERN WOODMEN NOTICE
The Nullos Club, Miss Margaret Hart assisted by
hostess. generally.

t St. Cecelia's Guild, annual meeting. I Camp No. 16074, Modern Woodmenof ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
_
-- I TAMPA TO ATTEND CONVENTION CHARLES CHAPLAN America and Royal Neighbors, will ,
MISS WRIGHT'SENGAGEMENT I I ITO meet tonight at the I. 0. O. F. hall. lib cD 1

ANNOUNCED. I I MABEE NORMAND\ All members of both orders and visiting I OJi. I
The engagement of Miss Augusta I J I members of same are requested t3
Mr. and Mrs. John Schnaar I be .
C. I I were present.J. .
Wright to Mr. Louis T. Hewitt was -
quietly announced Tuesday, when her ,among' the Orlandoites leaving yes- i MACK SENNETTIN M. Brady, Clerk M. W. A. ".

sister, Mrs. Gordon Wright, entertained i:terday afternoon for Tampa to attend I A SAVING IN PAINTis
the "Bachelor Girls" and a few the State Horticultural
other friends to a beautifully appointed Association I not made by buying cheap paints,
luncheon at her home on Lake meeting as well' as to take in the but by purchasing the very bestgrades

Cherokee, presumably in honor of sights in the metropolis of South I LucerneTODAY such for instance as we han-
Miss Wright's attractive house f
Miss PrudenceIatone.. guest Florida.TO "TILLIE'S PUNCTURED dle. Just think how much more poor

The center of the table was banked paints cost you if you have to keep
with ferns, pansies, violets, and jon- HORTICULTURAL CONVENTION i ROMANCE"The \ renewing them every year or two.

quils, a tiny Kewpie representing Cu- J Think how much cheaper are our"
pid holding ribbons
yellow extendingto *
the corners of the centerpiece; the Picture that has put the paints which last tW8 or three timesas
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Messrs. W. H. Brokaw, M. Lehrer I l
purple and yellow color scheme being II ( long.
carried out most effectively in]I W. W. Yothers, Henry Nehrling, and smile on Orlando. A Big Special Broadway Featurecomplete
each course, and the dainty old-fash- R. O. Compton were passengers lean I ; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
ioned girls in purple and yellow dresses in THREE Great III
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ing Orlando the
yesterday
who adorned the place cards. Be- on Tampa j I 205 S. Orange Avenue
fore leaving the table each guest Special bound for the metropolis of Parts
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plucked a jonquil from the center- South Florida to attend the State COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
piece, to which was tied a card bearing Horticultural Association, which con
the names of :Miss Wright and "TWO WOMEN"A
:Mr. Hewitt, and the date of the wed- vened in that city Tuesday for a three
ding, which will take place the early days session.EVERYTHING. HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"
part of June. Vitagraph Production, featur

The guests were the Misses Augusta IS BLOOMING IN' ing Anita Stewart and Earle
Wright, Prudence Malone, Lillian Williams.An WRIGHT SEED COMPANY
ORLANDOThe I
Smith, Elizabeth Branham, Vida
Miller, Jean Person, Mayme Thorn .
4 ton, Alma DeLaney, Alta and Eliza tourists are now turning their exceptional offering. All fresh seeds for
Wright, and Mrs. Thomas Brodwater.Mr. .
faces northward, and the winter I J I
population -
Hewitt is a valued employe o: GARDEN AND FIELD
the Dickson-Ives Department Store of Orlando Is growing less 10 cents 20 cents FATTY'S RECKLESS FLING
company, and has only been a resi- I The hurry ones have about all gone,

ing dent here of Orlando from Oklahoma.for a short time, com .and those remaining do not seem dis A Keystone Komedy.uNuff Poultry Supplies Cypher IncubatorsCALL

posed to be in any haste about leaving sed."
--0- ON US BEFORE PLANTING
MRS. C. G. BROWN i in fact, they all appear to be
WAS HOSTESS.Mrs. pretty well satisfied to remain just I I'' AUCTIONEERS TO SANFORD QO6 S. Oranire Avenue

C. G. Brown was hostess yes where they are for the present, any !I THIS SPLENDID FOUR REEL
terday to the Junior Matrons Card way. Everything is blooming and the !I Penny Brothers and Thomas Brothers -
Club at her home on North Orange weather is lovely in Orlando. the famous twin auctioneers, who SHOW FOR THE"SAME
avenue. Mrs. W. C. Essington and
Miss Marguerite Drennen substitutedfor conducted several sales of real estatein
LITTLE Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Mrs Gordon Wright and Mrs. MANY TOURISTS DEPARTING Orange county, the last taking PRICES"

Thos. B. Brodwater. Others present FOR NORTH place in Taft, Monday, were in Orlando !
were Mrs. Allan Weathersbee, Mrs.
Louis Dolive, Mrs. J. B. Magruder,Jr., yesterday, accompanied by their I
Mrs. DeWitt Miller, and Mrs. Davis Each day tourists are leaving Or- peerless Richardson Brothers' band, -
Fishback. Mrs. \Veathersbee won the lando for their homes in the North. en route to Sanford. Mr. Frank D.
club favor. Delicious
refreshmentswere
served. Among those starting today include Fuller, the clever contracting agent FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Warner, who for Thomas Brothers and Penny

SOCIETY NOTESOF have been enjoying the season at Brothers, the twin auctioneers, was in

INTEREST.The "Chicago Cottage," Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Orlando for a while yesterday, com- Established 1886

yesterday 999"morning Club was by Mrs.entertained Fudge. Yearby's pretty home on North Orange I bining business with pleasure.

:Miss Roberta Branch substituted for avenue. They will go to Tampa
Mrs. W. M. Murphy. Dainty refresh- and thence to Key West and Havana, ,
ments were served. The next meet- returning by of the East Coast. CURTIS & O'NEAL
way
ing of the club will be with Mrs. Mur- Orlando Wood Yard
phy next Monday.The They are loath to leave, however, and
expect to return next season if noth-
Bow
Knot Club was delightfully -
entertained yesterday by Mrs. ing happens to prevent. They made. Removed from Pine St. two blocks INSURANCE

Thornton, twelve ladies being present. many friends here during their visit. north: on Railroad, west end Wash- LOANS
There were four substitutes. Light
r refreshments were served. The next ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

Dane.meeting of the club will be with Miss TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY all times. REAL ESTATE RENTALS


The April business meeting of the WANTED good Ford car; price I -
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must be
Rosalind Club was held in the club reasonable. Inquire at'
house Monday afternoon. The rou- Formosa postoffice. 4-14-3t B. KINGSLEYPHONE
tine business of the club was trans-
acted. FOR RENT-Five room cottage, at
204 Hughey street. Inquire at 404 O E3H
Mrs. II. L. Beeman will entertainthe West Church street. 4-14-3t

Nullos Club today. The regular ,.. .
meeting of the club will be '
Saturday,
with Miss Margaret Hart. TWO LADIES desire take care fur- For Sale
nished house
through summer, or OSTEOPATHYDR.
Miss Eloise Robinson has returned rent same cheap; else 3 downstairsrooms
from an enjoyable"visit in Altamonte. in private home. Write partic-

f Mrs.where A.she L.was Taveau.the guest of Mr. and ulars. Box 571. 4-14-3t J. c. HOWELL House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
There will be a meeting of the Ca- LET "DAD" DO IT Kirksville Graduate
thedral school alumnae today at 4 If you need any little repairs about Consultation Free $4500.00. A bargain.
p. m. in Pell-Clarke hall. the place, let "Dad" do it. If you
want a nice, cosy porch swing let Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
Miss Roberta Branch will entertain "Dad" HoteL
make it.
Drop card
a to
the t'Entre day. Nous Club Friday insteadof "Dad," Box 132, and he will hunt Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I I -
you. 4-14-6t Orlando, Fla.

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': BECKER MOORE[ P AINT :aO:: E



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

modern conveniences, shade and fruit trees, with

NOT TO PEEL, CRACK OR CHALK OFF vacant corner lot, easily worth $2QOO.00 alone.


To see it, is to admire it
WHEN PROPERLY APPLIED Once seen, you'll desire it

Desiring, you'll buy it
Why not try it?


, We think it the best Paint for Florida WALTER W. ROSE



and the Price is Right. I Real Estate


RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE

Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building

JOS. L.
GUERNSEY, Phone 555



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Lake Site TRACY- & repairs MOORE of, CARPENTERSHouse all kinds done Dumber.: : La.-t11e aI1cl S11i1.1.gles

SENTINEL promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty;
sleeping porches counters, shelving,
garages, office fixtures; window and
WANTSThe door frames made to order. Get our
orices. 18 East Church street. /.
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo
Two
SPECIAL COACH PARTY TO NEW
Morning Sentinel Want TORO FRIDAY NIGHT. APRIL
Directory is the Greatest Want 16, VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE.: ORLANDO
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER,
820 WEST CENTRAL AVE, OR GET
Terms Cash in Advance. YOUR IDENTIFICATION>S
FROM: THE TICKET AGENT :MR.
136 acres with beautiful fron- !' RATES WHITE AT DEPOT. 4-6-tfc

two lakes. Knock Out. For One Day ______________25t Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on For Three Days ____________50c LOST, strayed or stolen, white and ,
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liver
owner's -
$15 per acre. For Six Days 75c pointer dog; name on ---- ------------------ ------ -- --
For One Month ____________$2.50 I collar; answers to the name Jeff.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of Any information will be appreciated.A. r
25 words or less. If the ad con- Cohoon. 4136t'TO
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for EXCHANGE-Chicago income
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- ,dwelling for Orlando bungalow.
sertion.If Address 406 Gunby avenue. 4-13-3t

See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Accounts to- LOST-Friendship circle pin set with WILL
opened by telephone will be rhinestones and black enamel stones
.
between Dickson-Ives store and cor- '
payable the following day.
ner of Main and Jackson streets. Return U AS MAKE
.! Every Home-Every Business-- to Sentinel office and be reward

ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a ed. 4-8-tf YOU .

Take your Kodak films to Robin-
Watkins Block PHONE SO4 son. 3-3-tf

FOR SALE CONTRACTORR.

N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
FOR 90 DAYSYou HORSE FOR SALE before letting contract if you are going A CONTENTED WIFE
Splendid for delivery or hard work. to build and want the best house
For price, address "Owner," Box 204, possible for money invested.P. .
can buy foundation Orlando, Fla. 4-13-3t O. Box 195. LPhone 478.

stone building blocks, side- 218lmocFor BECAUSE by the use of it for fuel in
walk tile, or anything in my SCALES FOR SALE ,
line at reduced. Call around Second hand pair of counter scales. cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -

and let me surprise you on Cost Storekeeper$190. Cheap Sentinel for office.cash. Address 4-13-3t go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf your kitchen, you will never have cause ,
prices. BUYERS ANI SELLERSI r
buy, sell rent, and excliar.ge real
F. D. GORE, FOR SALE-Two cameras and pic- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., to worry about meals not being ready on
kits
ture supplies; two drawing ; over 30 years. Have handled over I
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. Standard enclcyopedia; Edison home $20,000,000. Call and see me.
phonograp; one rifle; one miter box. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I time; also you will have no fires to build
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. Call at 406 Long street, between 5 I

and 7 p. m. 4-13-3t at An Robinson's 8x10 Kodak Studio.enlargement 3-3-tf free or ashes to sweep up. If YOU ''have not a

,FOR SALE-Player: piano at half
price; 20 rolls music; leaving city. I
in YOUR kitchen---tell hus-
Box 733. 4-ll-3t Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST gas range your

nIL JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE OR RENT-One fur- band---and he will do the rest.
nished and one unfurnished bun a- I.
I Office corner Orange Avenue and low. F.V.. McAuley, 4 W. South St.
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., 4-ll-3t 115; S. Orange A\"e., over Curtis &

Phone 419. I O'Neals. !llf it's Modern-and Economical---it's Gas
i FOR SALE-Ten or twenty acres of I
very fine muck land; or will trade -,
r for property adjoining Orlando. What
have ? P. P. PHONE 646
you got McGraw care

I OrangeBlossom Sentinel. -- 4-11-3t For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

FOR SALE Modern house, containing -
7 rooms, screen room, bath, .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
t trunk and closets well
room large ; BARNARD & SON
E arranged for two families sink
; up-
stairs; close in; owner leaving for the WATER
Honey \ Orlando, ORLANDO & LIGHT CO.
Fla12101m
North will cut price to $2,400 if sold 17 Hughey Street
t before April 17. Phone 520.
In comb or bottles. Its fine. 4-11-6tc
GAS DEPARTMENT

1! Fine Herb clean, nice FOR cash SALEA business for a Cut Flowers
hustler, on easy terms; requires only 1
small cash payment balance to suit
Flavors, colors and enriches purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. ,
soups, sauces, 4-9-tf and Plants ;

t gravies, stews, etc. FOR SALE-Modern home; eight
l rooms and bath; orange trees and .JONES GOES JUST THE SAMEMy

E Strawberries large postoffice.oak; Bargain.seven minutes Inquire walk owner to, Floral Designs UNUSUAL REASONFOR .

412 East Pine. 321.1mo'FOR

; Fresh VegetablesCARUTHERS SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage seven rooms and bath ANUNUSUAL -
modern conveniences roomy porches, bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
---- PRICEon
& GORE FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Violet Dell Florist.J. same time it always has.

and tools best farm in county; va-I II .
riety fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- TIME TABLE
New Modern G Grocery to-date buildings etc. Room 3. Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- M. CARUTHERS two fine lots, ten min- \
er. 1-16-tfc Bus Leaving Orlando, In Front 01 Evans, The Jeweler.
utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 FOR RENT Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
on one of the best streets. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
FOR RENT-A flat in an entirelynew Read Down Read Up
6 and 8 East Pine St.
house on Lake Eola with all Citrus trees, walks, fence, .
modern improvements. Inquire at I 'A.l\1.!A.1\f. P. 1\1. I.iA.1\1. P. l\l.iP.I 1\1.
Florida Real Estate & Investment Co.. Do Your etc. I
over Peoples National Bank. 4-11-6t. I Orlando
I 6:3010.15 3:00 I 19.30 1.30 6.00

Oando o. .Was ineton FOR RENT-Three cottages for rent ElectricFixtures Ocoee f 7301' I.IS 4:00 I 18.3c 12.305.00
.DRAWING if
close in; one furnished; will rent SEE ME immediately Winter Garden
for the summer to family without : 7:45II: :30 4:30 I 8.15 12.15\ 4.45
4-13-6t children. Inquire 320 Orange avenue. Look interested as sale must be Oakland ;: 8:00---: 4:3cl! 8.00- 4.30

made at once or not at all, I Ii ,

ROOM Part of STORE store or FOR show REXT window for Old and at present prices. i IF YOU NEED
rent, by week or month. Good loca i i
.tion. Address Storekeeper, Sentinel
Car i
Sleeping :office, for particulars. 4-13-3t Worn Out? I,: Letterheads
j Envelopes
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five .
First Car on March 16 room house. Apply 510 W. Central.
I have established a plant for
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- DR. A. J. TAYLOR Cards, Announcements
the of all metal ,
VIA mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. refinishing ,

Yancey. 3-28-tfc fixtures and brass beds. This Circulars Briefs Hand

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, PHONE 696 ,
Atlantic Coast Line to adults only. 409 Delaney street. work is done at a small cost, and I
.
10-25-tf EastCentral A1 eniieDON'T Bills ,
Standard Railroad of the South makes your fixtures look like 905_ __ Catalogs, or, .
FOR RENT-One furnished bed room, I .
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. close in; terms reasonable. Inquire 'new..
204 West Central avenue. 4-11-3tc i PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE
Stock of second hand fixturesfor .
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand FOR RENT-In Concord Park, a four -
sale.
room house; low rent. Apply at WORRYIf

SaturdaysLeaving corner street. Amelia A. P. Butman.avenue and 4-ll-3t Putnam Phone 652 and I will call and : Sentinel Job Office

Orlando on Train 82,
FOR RENT A near in, nicely fur- estimate your job.
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fridays nished home for rent very reasonably !I ,
and Saturdays.For to the right party for the sum- you are disappointed
mer. Apply at 114 East Jackson about getting a new Eas-
Reservations and Tickets! L. W. LEWIS.
I street. 4-ll-3tc You want the best Piano Furniture Polish. Try
call on A. |1C. L. Local Ticket ter Suit,we can put your and

Agent. FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum- old one in good condi- \ our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
mer my home known as "Michigan
Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue tion for just such occas- Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers r
west. All or part of this nine room CLINT BASS ions. I :
house, with barn, hen house and four i atFinley's
lots; all conveniences. See me soon. PHONE 375 I
please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf
West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. ; PioneerJust
FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur-
nished unfurnished low Successor to 9
or ; rates to Dry Cleaning
permanents; close in; vacancies in
two houses; all improvements. See HandWoodComptnyWood Steam Cleaning from the Post Office Pine
across corner and Court
DR. L H.
RAMSDELL!
owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. Pressing and Repairing
OPTOMETRIST 3-30-lmo of All Kinds streets.
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE -
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FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES paired. D. C. Baldwin of Jacksonville Umbrellas recovered and repaired,
AND DO ALL KINDS OF now at Orland Cafe. Phone No.4133t. REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair+
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Sold 368 pieces of property in 19 (4. They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you must


f do one thing- SATISFY


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



i P. 0. BOX 659 CARL DANN REAL ESTATE COMPANY, ORLANDO ,1I6S.] ORANGE AYE J I



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Drennen NotesDrennen Rev. W. Bedenger, Walton, Ohio, E. Tew, Miss Margaret Tew, Mrs. i l j Volo ((31>, 2:031-2. beat the record the won the fastest two heat race ever I
was the speaker here Easter Sunday. Amasa Finch, Miss Lillian Barnum, ; 'coming season. trotted by a stallion of that age, and
DAILY LETTER
SPORT
I Last Sunday Dr. Burr, of Winter i Capt. S. D. Barnum, Capt. C. L. Alj j I i "The above is by no means the en- this record was not lowered until I
Fla., April 12.-Mr. and Park, preached, and further appointments i bertson, of Waverly, N. Y.; Mr. and I I tire story of the achievements of Pe-I 1909 a period of ten years. At this
Mrs. Roberts have moved from Pine ![ are as follows: April 18, N. B. Mrs Albert Turner, Townsend Center -j I BY FRANK G. MENKF '. ter the Great, but merely a compari-!j age he also: won three races in faster
Castle to the Braddock house. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Limegroves, ]' I time than other stallion of his
. of New Haven, Conn. April The Famous New York Sporting son of things as they were when he any
Stone,
W. J. Barber has purchased ten 25, J. W. Simmons, of the Orlando; I Pittsburg, Pr.; Dr. and :Mrs. W. Rice, 'I' Expert.A first saw light and how they are now. age, with one exception.
. acres of land on the Pine Castle road Indianapolis, Ind.Ir.. and Mrs. I
schools; May 2, W. R. O'Neal. "Another high achievement attainedby
of Albert Turner. i James Treat, who soon will move to whirlwind flock of trotters has UNION PRESIDENT
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I i I I The pretty entertainment entitled"A Peter the Great was that of putting I FAVORS
Nathan B. Stone, president of the their new home at Winter Park, and come to the front in the past 20 ;years GOVERNMENT OWNERSIIIP
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Living Magazine" will be given at in more new standard performers i
A. H. Schneider. and Peter the Great has sired the +
Yale Business of New Haven, !
College
Virgalina grove, formerly the Odeon in one season than was ever before i
The Tawanta Reading Circle was majority of those that rank better
Conn., arrived here Sunday to spend place, but now the home of Mr. and put in by one horse, he having I'
ten days with his family at "The Mrs J.V.. Pace, Thursday evening, entertained Friday evening by A. II. than 2:10. added forty-two new ones in 1914, the I Chicago, April 12.-The conditionof
Oaks. I I j April 15, at 8 o'clock, for the benefitof I I Schneider at his home at Maryland The famous sire is still alive, hearty best previous record being thirtynine | the commercial telegraphers was
Villa, the meeting being held on the
Rev. A. M. Chisholm and family, of the Lake Jennie Jewel Sunday and vigorous, on the Patcher Wilkes established by Electioneer, who i j taken up today by the federal indus-
Kissimmee, who spent last week at' school. It will be an outdoor enter- beautiful lawn, which was prettily Stock Farm, in Lexington, Ky., and I was the leading sire of 2:10 trotters trial relations commission. President
their Pine Loch decorated with Japanese lanters. horsemen are certain that he will sire the time when Peter the Carlton, of the Western Union
grove on were guests tainment and everybody is invited to : at Great was pointed -
Capt. C. L. Albertson, who has one of II III
4)f Mr. and Mrs.% Arthur Lemmon attend. The proceeds will be used for many more racing wonders before his born. i out that the corporation with its
the finest collections of rare and cost-
Thursday. i j the building fund of a chapel, and ly books in the state of New York at breeding usefulness is over. I I "Peter the Great also holds many J 1 140,000 employes; was benevolent in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms and admission is only 25 and 15 cents. his home in Waverly, gave an instructive Detailing the record of this wonderful honors in other lines. lie is the only :, present situation. lie expressed sym-
'children, and Mrs. Perry and children, | Mrs. N. B. Stone, Mrs James Treat, and humorous talk on "Buy. stallion, the Trotter and Pacer horse to ever win that blue ribbon of i pathy for the operators, although opposing -
of Orlando, attended the Sunday Magazine, in its "breeders' number," membership in the union. He
Mrs A. Finch, Miss Mary Finch,Mrs. ing Books." A musical program was the trotting turf, the Kentucky Futurity -
school picnic Saturday.Mr. I W. E. Tew, Mrs. Sahlburg, Miss Mar- given on the Victrola and the meetingwas i says: and in turn sire a winner of i said he believed they should receive
and Mrs. Will Smith, of Con- .garet Tew, Miss Lillian Barnum, Mrs. I one of the most enjoyable the l I "Peter the Great is the sire of a I the same event. In addition to this !| $5 per day were it possible to pay it
way, were here Saturday for the pic- W. Rice, Mrs. J. W. Pace, Miss Isa- club has yet held. The members pres- faster trotter than the world's cham- i he has also sired more winners of this !| to them. He also advocated a gov-

nic.Dr. < phenia Harris, Miss Mary Harris ent were Mrs. Dewar, Mrs. Stone, pion of twenty years ago. I classic event than any other two sires, ernment wage board.
Burr, who is spending the win- I were the guests of Mrs. Bert Hum- Miss Barnum, Miss Martha Frint, "He has thirty trotters in the 2:10 I having had four winners of the major I The other end of the argument was
ter at Winter Park, was a guest of I phries and Mrs. W. E. Dewar Thurs- Miss Isaphenia Harris, Miss Mary list, which is only one less than com- I event, and two winners in the maintained by S. J. Konenkamp, president -
"Walter Drennen, Sunday. I day afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock at Harirs, Miss Sahlburg, Miss Starkey, prised the entire 2:10 list in 1895. junior division. i!i j of the commercial telegraphers
Miss Greta Frint is at DeLand at- ''an informal thimble party. Refreshments Miss Lemmon Messrs. Chase, Yates, "He has fourteen trotters with records -I "The get of Peter the Great have i j union, who described the Western
tending the summer school. of Stetson consisting of fancy ice cream, Clarence and Allen Zeigler, Braddock of 2:08 or better, just 60 percent established enviable reputations for i Union as heartlessly oppressive, and
"University. II cake and orange ade, were served. Nelson and Eric Sahlburg, Brewer, I more than the entire list twenty extreme gameness, and in addition to said that its minions were guilty of
criminal acts towards his
M Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams and The members of the Lake Jennie McKnight. The guests were Mr. and years ago. this the family as a whole is noted for organization. -
I also favored the interference
Konenkamp
son, Henry, of Windermere, and Mr. Jewel Union Sunday school, and the Mrs. A. Finch, Miss Mary Finch, Mr. "He has placed five 2:10 three year its soundness. During the season of -
-and Mrs. Lyons, of Memphis, Tenn., parents of the pupils, held their first I and Mrs. Arthur Lemmon, Capt. C. L. old trotters to his credit. 1914 the offsprings of Peter the Great i by the government even to
called on Miss Lillian Barnum Thurs- annual picnic at Gatlin woods Satur- Albertson. "He has had three two year olds "won upwards of $128,000, which is i i the extent of government ownership,
providing the unions be recognized.
day.Miss day. About seventy were present.Mr. Edward Dimmick, of Atlanta, Ga., take records of 2:10 or better. more than has ever been won in a 1.
Isaphenia Harris left Mondayfor and Mrs. Arthur Lemmon, Mr. and sister, Miss Elsie Dimmick, of "Peter the Great now has a total I single season by the get of any one
her home at California, Pa. and Mrs. William Lemmon, and Miss Columbus, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. of thirty trotters in the 2:10 list, or .horse. BISHOP CURLEW TO BALTIMORE ;;

C. E. Wade, of Orlando, was! here Margaret Lemmon entertained a number Charles McMahon last week.NOTICE ten times as many as had Electioneer, "Peter the Great himself possesseda 1
Wednesday and generously tuned the of neighbors, who are soon to the leader in 1895. sensational flight of speed and was Bishop W. J. Curley, of St. Augus-
organ recently loaned to the Sunday leave for the North at a "house "Peter the Great last season had i officially timed a first half of a raceS tine, who preached a masterful ser- .
school by the Missionary Alliance of I warming" at the new home of Mr. thirteen trotters take records of 2:10. heat in 1:011-2, with the second I mon at St. James' Catholic church in J

Orlando. I and Mrs. William Lemmon Monday If any of our ice wagons miss you The season of 1915 may see a dozenor :quarter of 29 1-8 seconds. This was this city Sunday, left yesterday for ;
Miss Switzer, of Orlando, and Miss I evening. Delightful music was enjoyed -' phone 566. We have a special truck more additions to his 2:10 list. i the first instance of where a trotter a short visit to Washington and Bal-
Jennie Jewel, of Washington, D. C., I and later refreshments were for emergency calls and kep an "While no son of Peter the Great was officially timed a quarter below timore. Bishop Curley is a high-:
called on Mrs. N. B. Stone Wednes- served by the hosts and hostesses. abundance all times.of II.ice E.at Hand.our storage plantat as yet holds the stallion trotting rec- 30 seconds in a race. toned Christian gentleman and scholar -
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day. i The guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. I 4-10-3tc ord, good judges expect to see Peter i i "As a four year old Peter the Great I and it was a pleasure to meet him.

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Miss Laura Stinespring, of this .
city, is in St. Petersburg visiting her
uncle, Mr. W. H. Stinespring.

Advertise all the time-not extravagantly Think Thais over
not wastefully, but don't giveanybody
a chance to forget you.
.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Collins have returned ,
to their home in Wheaton, 111.,
after having spent several weeks in
Florida, a portion of which was in U
fWN Orlando.Mr. .
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and Mrs. A. R. Nelson arrivedin : 1 ..

: Orlando yesterday afternoon to .
spend the remainder of the week before k 1
proceeding to their home in
Adrian, Mich.Misses .

Kate and Margaret Switzer
A BANK FOR ALL THE left yesterday morning for Miami
, where they will spend a couple of
FAMILY weeks with their brother, Mr. O. T.
Switzer.

The boyar girl, young Another one of those special chair '-gp5*

man, business woman and parties will leave Orlando Wednesday % -'J&Z
'. housewife will all find this night over the Atlantic CoastLine & *
Bank useful from their own for their respective homes in A ? && .

particular point of view. The the North. Who ef5 1h

broad and efficient service Guests registering at the San Juan
- meets the requirements of all hotel yesterday included T. H. Reed, Mor'ey
classes and covers every Tampa; P. B. Johnson, M. J. Bloom, 9
New York; S. P. Gentry Atlanta, and c ,
banking need as applied to O. Y. Elder, Jacksonville.Dr. e .rr
both.
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Savings Accounts and Check- J. H. Ross, of Florence Villa, $2,511.90
INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORS
ing Accounts president of the Florida Citrus Exchange -
was among the prominent ON APRIL 1, BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
Floridians spending Monday in Or-
THE STATE BANK OF lando. .
HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS
ORLANDO
Mrs. L. F. Hartmann, accompaniedby
> her son, Hugo, arrived yesterday $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER \
from Gotha to spend a week with her
daughters, Mrs. Gus A. Bremer and CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.
Miss Ida E. Hartmann. Tampa Tri-

[gJ]: iTiilt bune. Peoples National Bank

Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. Vi .
Tilden were among those leaving Orlando .' "
yesterday afternoon for Tampa IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU.
to attend meetings of the Florida Cit-
rus Exchange and the State Horticultural -
Association.Mr. .

A. P. Fant, industrial agent of
the Seaboard Air Line, with head-
quarters in Jacksonville, spent yesterday -
in Orlando looking up facts .

and eral figures in Orange relating county.to things in gen- .. . . . . . . . MMIIMMMMtllllOilMMMM+IIIMMIIIIIMIIIIlNew (

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Mr. L. Garrett, one of Conway's :
oldest and substantial citizens, was in .
Orlando yesterday en route to Tampato Fisk PricesAt
attend the State Horticultural As- :
sociation which began a three days .
session in that city yesterday.Mr. :
rG S' odes New Low Prices :
George Newton, who has spent .
the; major portion of the season in :
Orlando, with apartments on West Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
street, left yesterday for Daytona :
where he expects to spend a week or I
two before going to Providence, R.I. : Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes :

: 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 :
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Myers, of Water-
ville, Maine, are among recent arrivals 30 x 3i/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70 :

in Orlando. They have engaged : 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85 :
aKAIS accommodations at one of the local '
d hotels for an indefinite stay while en- : 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 :

joying an outing in this city. 36 x 4i/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20 :

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Demitt, of Cyn- 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25 :
. thiana, Ky., who have been spending that does :
If than Fisk Prices you pay for something not exist.
the season in Orlando, at their homein I you pay more .
Silver Heights, left yesterday afternoon I .

where returning they for here will the in spend Blue the early Grass the fall.summer State,, I' We Have a Service Station. All ;

J bSummer

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wood, who have Made Here.
spent the winter at their pretty homeI I Adjustments
in Concord Park, were among those .
leaving yesterday afternoon. They
f will spend the summer in West Lebanon :
Pleasures without Summer Ohio. They will return early
Discomforts! Indoors it's sticky and in the fall to be among the Buckeye. '
I San Juan Garage
moist. On the porch it's cool- Dr. R. L. Harris, who left Orlando I Company

when the Vudors are down. several years ago for Jacksonville, is
in the city on a visit and is receivingthe .
Why not eat, sleep live there this summer? glad hand from a host of friends. '. .. . . .
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Thousands do it. The cool air gives appetite and The genial doctor is enjoying . . . . .
an excellent -
forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the
in the of I
patronage metropolis :
nerves while you sleep. It cure them. p the state.
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but .
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, I r.
but not in through them. They last-they keep Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thimblebee,
"that new look,"for they're stained, not painted, nor who have been spending several weeksat
dipped. their home in Concord Park, start-
yesterday for their home in Port- -1 1I
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Our showing of Porch Furniture is especially good land, N. Y. On leaving they expressed I + r

just now. Let us show you today. the hope that they would be I k_. ,tt -.. \ .: .
able to return earlier the coming win- t J;. '" .- ..ri
OSCAR HAND & SON ter than heretofore. i 1 : HI

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I ; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Meadows and I 14iTHE '_ ,. ;eot.. -, .J. _
daughter, Miss Laura, arrived in Orlando I -- .' -i .
l yesterday on the Atlantic CoastLine .
from Jacksonville, for a short SAYINGS CENTER '
MIMIiMliMttMiMMMiMMIMMMMMMMIMIMMWEDDING f .
visit. They came on a pleasure trip -.
f and will spend a couple of weeks here ,' :
before returning to their home in SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE I / t -.;; x -
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t .Pittsburgh, Pa. i
t INVESTMENTS, in the long run are
Mr.\ O. S. Robinson has returned
{ from a business trip to St. Louis, Mo\ placed where earning power combines with = -
! L GIFTS where he went three weeks ago to I I
t Jj
look after business matters. Mr. Robinson II GREATEST SAFETY.
is one of the oldest and most Y t
rb b successful traveling men in the state I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING ,
and will soon be on the road again in J
I the interest of the Rice-Stix Dry DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CEN-j I

With an immense stock of Cut Glass Goods company. I TER OF FLORIDA. -Y

the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- Mrs. Sarah E. Farrar and Miss t fOr1allo
Accounts.Consultation. t '
Florence Williams, of Bradford, 4 per cent paid on Saving
Mass.\ have left for Orlando after a
Painted China and the largest line of two weeks' visit at the DeSoto. They
I will break their journey to New Eng-

t Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in land C. and at New Jacksonville York, arriving, Washington at Brad-, D.

ford about the middle of1 Mr.
a)
t the city, we are confident we can pleaser ] Frederick Emerson Farrar, Mrs. Far-
rar's nephew, will join them for the r

t r the most discriminating customer. A June.summer-Tampa months Tribune.the latter part of


r glimpse at our stock will convince THISSTRANGER" ENTER
you. : SHOULD -


.a f ff f : success secret is best B.of OF-described Orlando's T. CONTESTThe by phenomenal a stran- n Bank & Trust t C Coffipally n f


ger as she emerged from the Grand

[ T. H. EVANSJEWELER : theatre, Monday evening: "There is Incurs No Obligation."
one thing about the people of Orlando i I
: that I admire, that is the fact that

f : every time they undertake to do a 'J

: thing, they do it, and that's all there I i
is to it." I
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