The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00234
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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HOUSE COMMONS: : persons are reported dead and 33: injured UMIIERLANDFOUR :
as a result of a collision of a

FAVORABLETO BY THESENATE BY K. T. FOR CANADA TO HAVE VOICE IN PEACEAlso 5:30 street southwestern o'clock car street and this section car freight evening.The west of train.hound Detroit in, was the at: I OTHER CITIES ARE RAIDED

loaded with workmen returning to :
Other Colonies When Time their homes, and it was struck broadI I Damage Caused by Air BoatsIs

VILLAIF 16 1 6 CONCLAVE for Peace Talk' Arrives side believed by a there backing were freight 100 train.persons It on i is; Not Known-Oth'r

News From Newport the car and few escaped death or in- War News of
jury. The car was hurled off the
tracks and demolished.The Interest
VILLA WINS HE WILL VOTE WAS 12 TO 19-IT RE- TWENTY-NINTH CONCLAVETO News, Va. police completely are investigating the<

TO PASS MEET IN ORLANDO cause of the accident and have taken A ZEPPELIN
CONTROL VAST NUMBER QUIRED 21 London April 14.-The British cab- the motorman and conductor of the London, April 14.-

MEXICAN CITIES PROHI RESOLUTION FEBRUARY, 1916 inet will take no action to prohibit the street car and the conductor of the PASSED OVER BLYTHE, NORTH
sale of intoxicating liquors, but will train to headquarters for UMBERLAND. AT 8 O'CLOCK THIS
: tion. The street car was examina-I EVENING AND DROPPED EIGHT

FOREIGNERS E LEAVING MEX CITIESSumner JUDGE 1ST JUDICIAL DISI. NAMED W..R.O'NEAL GRAND COMMANDER throw of commons the whole to matter be decided into the on house as a 'have under had the a supervision new motorman of a operating regular I I BOMBS.IT .

non-party issue. motorman. IS REPORTED OTHER TOWNS
other self
Has Orders to Transport Senate Confirmed Appointmentof Succeeds Daytona Man for High Canada and governing BASEBALL RESULTS BEING RAIDED BY ZEPPELINS.A : .
colonies will have a voice in the dis-
as Many as Ask to I Campbell of DeFuniak Office-Olivet CommanderyHeld cussion of peace terms when the time< ZEPPELIN ALSO PASSED
Leave Doomed Springs as Judge 1st Post of Honorin for that discussion arrives. American League
These were the two most important Philadelphia 2, Boston 0. TONBURN, AND CRAMLINGTON,
Mexico I Judicial CircuitBy ParadeThe developments of today's short session Washington 7, New York 0. DROPPING BOMBS EACH PLACE.

of the house of commons upon the reassembling Detroit 1, Cleveland 5.
Washington, April 14.-Forty-five C. F. Johnson Grand Commandery of the of parliament. St. Louis 6, Chicago 7. TURKS HIT WARSHIP

thousand troops are engaged in the I Tallahassee, Fla., April 14.-By a Knights Templar of Florida held its National League

fierce battle of Celaya, one side being I vote of 12 to 19 in the senate today twenty-eighth conclave at Daytona Newport News, Va., April 14. Permission New York 16, Brooklyn 3. Constantineple, April 13, via wire-
Tuesday, yesterday selected Orlandofor less Berlin and London 14.
to April
commanded by Obregon and the other the resolution for an amendment providing to enter dry dock was given Boston 0, Philadelphia 3.
next year's conclave. The meet- -An official statement issued by the
I Capt. Thierfelder by the United States Cincinnati 2, Pittsburg 9.
official infor- for state-wide prohibition was
Villa according to
by ing will be held in Orlando the second Turkish war office tonight says:
officials here tonight.A Chicago 7, St. Louis 2.
mation tonight to the state depart- killed, as it was one requiring 21 week in February, 1916. Miami and "Some enemy patrol ships today
of the repairs
I survey necessary Federal League
votes( to St. Augustine were aspirants, but Or- (Tuesday) bombarded unsuccessfullythe
to the ship will be made. Brooklyn 8, New York 7.
The department news is that Obre- I Three hours were consumed in the lando outdistanced her competitorsand Later the state department is expected Baltimore 5, Buffalo 1. batteries at the exit of the Darda-

gon's retreat has been cut off at debate on the question before a won easily. to give formal authorizationFor Kansas City 3, St. Louis 2. nelles. A cruiser and a destroyerboth
and the righting favors Villa. I of Rt. Em. Commander W. R. O'Neal were struck by shells."
packed,lobby spectators. any repairs that may be neces- Southern League I
Two of Obregon's divisions which I There was no demonstration when of Orlando, was elected grand com-
I mander for the ensuing succeeding sary. Chattanooga 3, Memphis 2. HELP CONSERVE: THE WATER
had been separated from the main the result was announced. The meas- year Capt. Thierfelder, aroused by the
Mr. Galen B. Seaman, of Daytona. Mobile 6, Birmingham 4. SUPPLYThe
body are reported completely sur- : ure passed the house yesterday by a reports that he had been ordered to
Olivet Commandery of Orlando had Nashville 4, Little Rock 0.
rounded. I vote of 56 to 14. interne the ship, today renewed the
Officials of that this for submission the largest representation at the con- New Orleans 5, Atlanta 1. Orlando Water and Light com-
are opinion Those voting were: declaration that he intends to put to
battle will be decisive and the result I Adkins, 15th district; Blitch, 21st district -I clave and occupied the post of honorin sea again. South Atlantic League. pany has mailed the following noticeto

will be that :Mexico City, Tampico, ; Brown, 29th district; Cooper the parade. Mr. Frank B. Stone- The German skipper, when asked Charleston 3, Savannah 2. its patrons:
Tuxpam, :Matamoras, Vera Cruz, and 27th district; Donegan, 19th district; I man, of Miami, was made deputy concerning reports that the Karls- Macon 7, Jacksonville 6. "Extract From City Ordinances

the west ports of Mexico eventually I Drane, 7th district; Fogarty, 24th dis- grand commander. ruhe was on her way north to his aid,, Columbia 19, Augusta 0. "'The water for sprinkling purposesto
must fall into the hands of Villa trict; Green, 13th district; Hudson, said that he "had heard nothing from Columbus 5, Albany 2. be used only from 6 o'clock in the
troops. I t 13th district; Igou, 23rd district; WILLIAM R. NELSON TO BE her since last August. forenoon to 9 o'clock in the forenoon
The war department has given out I Lindsay, 3rd district; McEachern, 22d BURIED NEXT FRIDAY TO CELEBRATE LAST BATTLEOF and from 3 o'clock in the afternoon to

instructions to the army transport district; McGeachey district; Mid- TIlE BEST OR NOTHING TilE CIVIL WAR 9 o'clock in the afternoon/

Sumner, which is to take American dleton 26th district; Plympton, 24th I i Kansas City, April 14.-Funeral "This ordinance aims to give the

citizens from Tampico, to also give district; Roland, 22nd district; Stringer : services for William R. Nelson, editorof Mr. C. A. Hovey left yesterday for Columbus, Ga., April 14.-The cele- city better fire protection and to con-
asylum to other nationals in :Mexico 9th district; Terrell, 20th district, I the Kansas City Star, who died Daytona where he will spend several bration of the fiftieth anniversary of serve the water supply. It is to your

who want to come aboard. and Watson, 6th district. i i ii early yesterday, will be held Friday, days looking over the material which the last battle of the civil war willi interest to observe it yourself and see.

The Sumner, when it takes on all I i Senator Blitch changed his vote .it was announced last night. is used extensively on the East Coast be a feature of the "Columbus homeComing that others do.
who desire to leave Tampico, will then and announced that he might ask for I Bishop Cameron Mann, of Orlando, i in the construction of residences and ," which began today and will "Your co-operation Is requested."

proceed to Tuxpam to take on refu : a reconsideration, but five of the men Episcopal bishop of Florida, will have bungalows-coquina.. Hovey will last four days.
gees of all nations there. The state I who voted for submission state they charge of the services. Bishop Mann soon commence the erection of eleven On the night of April 16, 1865, Brevet COTTON USED DURING MARCH

department and the navy departmentare i were defeated in a fair fight and don't and Mr. Nelson had been personal bungalows and will neither spare Major General Emory Upton, at 523,959 BALES .
co-operating for protecting oil I favor reconsideration. This appears friends since young manhood. pains or expense in the material used. the head of six companies of the third Washington, April 14.-Cotton used
properties of Great Britain, Germany, ito I end the question for this session. Iowa cavalry, led the assault on Columbus during March was 523,859 bales, exclusive -
and the Netherlands at Tampico and I I Senator Conrad, of the 28th district 1 which was held by General of linters, the census bureau
Tuxpam. i is ill and has not been in attend- I FAVORABLE ORLANDOBrokaw SIXTEEN NEW'! MEMBERSBoard James H. Wilson, in command of the announced today. Cotton on hand
Owing to the continuous fighting at ance on this session. I cavalry corps of the military divisionof March 31, in manufacturing establishments -
Tuxpam, Admiral Iaperton has taken I Immediately after the vote on the' the Mississippi. I and independent warehouses

his station there on the cruiser Wash- prohibition amendment the senate Wires That Horticul- of Trade List Is Daily About 5,000 soldiers were engaged.Col. I aggregated 5,119,317 bales.

ington. I went into executive session and confirmed turalists Favor Orlandofor Growing Longer-300 Mark Charles A. L. Lamar, who died
the appointment of A. G. here, was the last Confederate officer
I 1916 Meeting Will Soon Be
I Campbell, of DeFuniak Springs, as killed in the war. Columbus was cap- S. P. G. A. INCORPORATE ]
TAFT MAY GET FACTORIESGranite I judge of the first judicial circuit. Place ReachedThe tured by the Union troops.A _

The governor announced today the big pageant under the directionof
appointment of G. W. Saxon, of Tal- Tampa, Fla., April .-(Special to "flying squadron" of the Boardof the Historical Society of Columbuswill At Meeting Last Night Committee 1

Factory, Canning Fac- lahassee, and S. A. Belcher, of Miami,, the Sentinel.)-''The vote on the next Trade was out in battle array yes- show reconstructed scenes of the Was Appointed to Draw a

tory and New Hotel Are as Florida members of the National meeting place of the Florida Horticul- terday and secured sixteen new mem- battle Friday, just 50 years after the Up Charter forIncorporation J
Improvements Highway Commission.The tural Society will be taken Thursday bers for 1915. This brings the list engagement.A .

highway decided on at they night. The Orlando Board of Trade up to about 225, with 75 needed to unique attraction every eveningwill
for Taft should send a big delegation Thurs- reach the 300 mark. "Be self start-
Dixie highway conference was to extend a be dancing in Broad street. It is
the The S. P. C. A. held a business
day afternoon on Tampa Specialand er"-join today.
from Chicago to Miami. stated by the men in charge of the
Taft, Fla., April 14.-(Special to At meeting last evening at the Summer-
bring pennants. present sen- The following are paid up mem- celebration that "the of this
the Sentinel.-It is learned from a timent is favorable to Orlando for the bers: purpose lin, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. ,
REAPPORTIONMENT entertainment is to provide for a democratic -
reliable source that there are good 1916 convention but Hauselt. Final arrangements were
delegation Martin
a big Wm., county judge. mingling of visitors and Columbus 1
prospects of a factory for manufac- I is expected from Fort 1\1)-ers.-W. II. Beeman. Lester"capitalist. made for the Friday night public f
turing granite work, blocks, etc., to 1 Brokaw." Benedict, Henry, real estate. people. Ample safeguardshave meeting. A committee was appointed i ito
1I I Tallahasse, Fla.-The matter of census been created, and enough privi-
be started here soon, as parties
are Brossier, R. B., Reporter-Star. charter prepared for i irr-or- 1
investigating, and with the good ship- I and after that reapportionment of PLANS NOW COMPLETED FOR At ha. S. II., real estate. lege allowed to make the street dancing porating the society under the laws of .
I the and senators of a 'get acquainted' and pleasant
ping facilities this point looks very representatives CONVENTION OF FLORIDA Moore. E. C., Postal Telegraph mjrr Florida in order that the work might:
I the state is following closely on the feature in which all are invited to
favorable to them. PHARMACISTSJacksonville Snow'den. II. Z.. furniture. be more effectively organi/ed. .
Also Canning FactoryA I heels of the talk about constitutional Evans, Z. 1V., photographer. participate. A campaign for the welfare of the
Hilpert. C. R.. St. Charles hotel.Musselwhite. Today there was a baby parade and
canning factory project is being Fla. 14. That horse
I April to be inaugurated at once-for
J. P.
turpentine op'r. tomorrow there will be cir
There counties in the a society
agitated quite lively with good pros- are many I all the plans have been completed for Boardman. F. N., dry goods. the summer season.
pects of one being established here. state with but one representative and i the annual convention of the Florida Ewan, C. S_ insurance. cus. Several guests were present at the
We gladly welcome all such enter- I no senator which are getting restive State Pharmaceutical Association Johnson. Hamilton. contractor. meeting last evening and after the

prises, which help to build up the under the unfair manner in which the I I June 16-18, inclusive, was the nature Akers.Ramsdell.E. L.F.,II dentist... oculist. LINCOLN'S DEATH WILL BE OB- business meeting a most enjoyable

town. people of the county are deprived of of a letter received at the Jackson- Kilmer, W., physician. SERVED BY NATION TODAY I social hour was spent and :\ 1..1Uselt -
Taft is coming to the front in the : representation provided by the consti- ville chamber of commerce yesterday in her inimical way served refreshments -
near future and capitalists have an : tution. from II. M. Stanford, manager of the FARMERS' MEETING AT ZELL- Washington, April Instructions I in real Summerlin fash-
eye for business. Low rents, taxes, I I Atlantic Beach hotel, where the convention WOOD SATURDAY APRIL were being sent out from here todayto ior.

etc, with a good shipping point, I PEEL IS BUSY THESE DAYS will be held. It is the plan 17, 7:30 P. M. all parts of the world where the The meeting was one of the best of '

makes this a desirable location for various I lof Dr. H. is[. Taylor, president of the United States is officially representedfor the season and earnest effort is to bern
kinds of manufacturing with Deputy Sheriff Floyd Peel, who re- association, to leave Tampa in an automobile A farmers' meeting will be held as the observance of the fiftieth an- de to increase the membership.
less expense than in the larger cities turned Tuesday evening from Thom- I accompanied by other mem- above, and the state agent, Mr. C. K. niversary of the death of Abraham 1

Meat Market Needed asville, Ga., where he had been to escort -., bers of the association from that VIcQuarrie, will be present. Several Lincoln tomorrow. CURRY HAS A NEW BUICK'
,, There are also rumors of two more I a gentleman of color to Orlando, place. subjects will be touched upon, but the I President Wilson has issued an
stores to be opened here soon. Also ; who was wanted in this county by the i All along the route members of the principal topic will be cattle tick eradication -I executive order directing that the day W. K. Curry is riding around in a

the bakery to start up again. We needa authorities for some offense, retracedhis association have been asked to join now one of the most important -I be i observed by the closing of the ex- brand new Buick car that has a self
regular meat market and the right steps back to Georgia yesterdayto the caravan, which will have Atlantic : subjects affecting Florida. I cutive offices of the United States, starter and all the other up to d te

party could do a nice business here.A chaperon a couple more of the Beach as its destination. PresidentF. We hope to have one of the films of I and that the Stars and Stripes be displayed attachments. Mr. Curry expects "to

new hotel or rooming house is to same color of gentry wanted here by O. Miller, of the Florida State the U. S. department of agriculture at half mast upon all federal improve his famous Lucerne Cirfle
be built this summer in time for the the chief custodians of the peace for Good Roads Association, is anxious illustrating means and methods of cattle i! buildings, forts, military posts and cigar until it has a self starter. Tlfen
tourists next winter. The Nelson some breach of the law. that this feature of the druggists' ; dipping for exhibition. A full attendance I laval stations, on all vessels of the ill the smoker will need to do will be
is desired. I United States and all American to bite off the end and in so doing
House was crowded the past winter, I convention be made a big one. He upon
and the crowds must be accommodated I 1i MORE RAIN TODAY stated yesterday that this movement, As I shall be at Zellwood most of embassies and consulates. an electric spark will light the cigar.Paull's .

We look for more people next i launched by Dr. Taylor, sohws that Saturday, my office day this weekvill i In addition, the owners and masters -

winter than ever, as they all say they I Florida: Thursday and Friday there is great interest in the matterof \ be Friday, 16th inst. I of all United States merchant march, "Battle descriptive of the Nations.masterpiece" Tpe
will be back and bring more with artly cloudy with probable showersin good roads in every profession and CHAS. H. BAKER, ships have been requested to display greatest ever published. 15 cen s.
b them. south portion. walk of life. County Demonstration Agent. the: national flag at half mast. Curtis & O'NeaL II


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NewsMr. I'

Akers has built a new house i SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

on his place for a tenant who will
care for his grove and do all the workon
The Famous New York Sporting
HAPPYLANDWe I Expert. his farm. Garden and Field Seed
Jlr. Hodges has set out ten acres
By Frank G. Menke to orange trees.
live but once. Let us partake of earth's good Tennis is the only sport that has Miss Margaret Hill has started on a 1
come to the fore without thousandsof long and eventful journey which her
things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun-
columns of newspaper publicity.And many friends hope will prove a most Golden Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc
fellow-pilgrims life is happy land for him in the delightful With her aunt, Mrs.
try. Verily, past theears tennis has one. Hickory King Corn, quart ________________________lOc
Metz, she will visit relatives
increased in popularity to such an extent Joseph I
who buys his smokes of the that there are millions of de- in Denver, then go on to Salt Lake i! Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart __________________15c

votees where there were only thou- City. She will accompany Mr. and Country Gentleman Corn, quart __________________15c

Good and Bad Cigar Stores sands before. Mrs. :Metz to the Panama exposition, i White Dent Corn, quart _________________________lOc

Other games like baseball, football, then visit in Los Angeles with her : Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________23c

.:pugilism and golf, have interested the uncle, George Hill and family, return- Pop Cornfor Seed or poping, lb. __1-_______________lOc
public and been taken up by it be- ing later to Salt Lake City.
cause publicity has influenced them. Mr. Walter Elwes and sister, Miss Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

But with tennis it has been different. Marian, Col. and Mrs. Alleman were Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c, 3 quarts $1.00

There isn't a sporting page in the pleasant callers at the home of Mrs. Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

country that has ever averaged one- Louise P. Hill. 'I' Lima Beans, quart ______________________________30c
--= tenth as much tennis news as it has Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 33c.:> 3 quarts $1
t baseball, pugilism, golf or football. WORK ON HIGHWAYS IS PROGRESSING -
OUR MOTTO : Tennis has won its several million Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. __________________65c

enthusiasts because of the merits of Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ____ GOc

t Small Profits and Quick Returns." the game alone. It is not a weak- Hamilton Johnson, who has the con- Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ______________________75c

l Why not identify yourself with the Co-Operative ling's game but a game for red blooded tracts for many miles of the curbingto Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c

Produce Co., and buy your feeds and foodstuffs at cost, men sense and of women-a its athletic real game. in has be begun laid for work the on county the brick section roads be-, Black Eye Peas ___________________________quart, IScWhipponvill

, plus a small per cent for storing, handling, etc., and become every successful player must usage.A be fast tween this city and the Osceola county -I Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 23c

I an independent and progressive buyer? of foot, and faster of brain. He must line and it is expected that workon
f See us about it. It cost nothing to investigate the
-' have a steady eye and a steady arm. the brick laying will begin next '
plan. Tennis doesn't require brute strengthbut week. Several miles of the Conway City Drug Store
! THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. it does require well balanced mus- road has already been laid and dirt

( W. L. DeWITT MTg'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 cles, nerve, coolness and skill. A good will be flying on all the contracts be-
tennis player must hit hard and hit fore many days. J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.

! softly as the occasion demands. And
there is not much chance for him to HEN LAYS HERSELF TO DEATH

r r Our New"Eola" Letter FileIs figure out how he is going to hit. His
decision and the action must follow Winsted, Conn.-Fred Helmer' of

each other within a fraction of a sec- Platt Hill, wondered yesterday why
proving a popular addition to the office supply depart-
of his hens acted As
ond or he looses a point in the game., one strangely.
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually
he her for examination two
Many sports have been pointed picked up The arlet: :
to A four year old child or a weak-fingered
easy open. young
highly as health builders, but none is eggs dropped, one breaking on a new-
lady can open them with perfect ease. better than tennis. The net game is ly polished shoe he wore. Then he OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for
an ideal one for those who have gave the hen a toss and two more
35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter An hour later Hel OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
grown a bit bulky and want to lose eggs appeared.
files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the found his dead. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
some of the bulk. If constant play- mer prize layer:
name. ing of tennis doesn't send a portly Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
person back to or near normal weight Get the news in the Sentinel first. Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
nothing can.Tennis and
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f THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE was once .a game only for We invite insp ctlon.and guarantee satisfaction. We have
i the wealthy. Now it is every one's Dr. S. S. Jones everything in the Meat Line-
1 game. In other :years there were no

public tennis courts. Those who liked CHIROPRACTOR H. JVdC. Self & Co.

the game of tennis had to belong to graduate Davenport College, 17 and I
some club that had courts. That 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
CAREY HANDFUNERAL 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
meant a sizeable initiation fee and I
being restored to health by chiropractic ,
dues each month that were too big adjustments, the new science
for the ordinary person to pay. But of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
DIRECTOR things are different now. free. 12-24-lmo I

In every. big city in the country the i I I
AND EMBALMERAll municipal authorities have built ten- .

I nis courts in the parks. And they 0 ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
will build this
more summer and more
next because the army of tennis players o

calls answered Promptly Dayor is increasing amazing and the Ai SHEET METAL CO.
city can not accommodate half of

Night. Hand Block. those who want to play. IL:::
Owners of vacant lots in the residential EE this amazing
sections of many of the cities climax of one of the Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos,
Orlando Florida.PHONE many thousand of ,
have shown
enterprise by laying powerfully thrilling
courts on these pieces of land and scenes Box,"in the the most"Black re- and Rubber Roofings
639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 cahrging a moderate rental for the l markable of the tx-antifnl photoplays.A girl.

courts. Their courts are always in -1 belpaalowthiefrnm-a fearful crime. Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings
demand. and afterward*
belpssanfordQneat.scirntide .
---- Tennis is detective. ito
not a costly A
game. send the criminal Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
the road.
racquet costs from $2 to $5 and will webeaotifnlAnnaLittle
last for the lfamoustnt.ersalMo.teStar
years. The tennis balls are
very cheap and a pair of them will In this great miss partDon't It.
last for many games. The rest of I Tell TbeeacttewehtIsintense your friends.
SA.Y : the equipment includes a pair of tbiefattemptsthUloTely when the 1 1I i
sneaker shoes and flannel girl a life.
a suit. Although Learn bow be Is

the suit is in no way a neces- vt the fui.ed.e tee biggest greatest scenes one.of The Orlando Meat MarketT.

Mr. Business Man I will sity.And: worldbasenrwItaeaaeii.photoplay the
for this small outlay one gets .
offer for' ten days to sub- many health hours of pleasure and much delighted a Yon m a'II i e be d A. YANCY Manager:

giving exercise. No wonderthe enlbralled.
divide the property cor- popularity of the game is growingby see THE BLACK Box Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

leaps and bounds.POPULARITY The Photoplay Serial Supreme Florida and Western Meats
Avenue Jackson ,
ner Orange JS Episodes- one a week !

and Boone streets in IN ENGLAND OF NUT BUTTER STARTS SATURDAY NIGHT Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetablcs,\Game, Etc.

parcels to suit purchaser.Look Roof Garden TheatrEr..P Special Attention to Hotel and Out of TownOrdcraI
According to the
current issue of
the matter Business 135 P. BOX 226
over. Farm and Fireside there has been a PHONES
Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church'SUWhen
great increase in the consumption of E RSAL 1 t
nut butter in England. Nearly 50-
000 tons of peanut and cocoanut but-
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mostly are porducedni -
C. A. HOVEYHammond England each year.

Pure Ice rerri

Herbert Quick, editor of Farm and .a

Fireside, writing a new serial :storyin
that publication, suggests the following -

r new definition of genius: 1! you want PURE ICE For Party
"Genius consists very largely in
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
&Gore seeing opportunity in the set of circumstances -
or thoughts or impres- : you don't believe that we take Club

sions that constitute opportunity, and the greatest care in its manuYe make our Ice Cream from Church Social

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. making the best use of them." facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All

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REAL VALUES LOW PRICES LASSOED AN ALLIGATOR YES- ,: cans, moulds and everythingused
: at the care every detail is given.
TERDAY in the manufacture of our Lodge
COMPARE I!I Any kind you want, any time
J. E. Eaton mail carrier R. F. D. Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
on you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
No. 2, yesterday lassoed an alligator I ized. .
OUR FURNITUREWe : from a quart up.
I I near Lake Underhill, strapped the big ,
'gator to the back of his automobileand You are cordially invited to Hands Pure
provide the quality of furniture'that has
long biou rht him to Orlando. The alligator inspect our factory at any
been accepted by knowing furniture
buyers as the was about six feet long and : time. Ice Cream
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
f had lost its left I
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca -'t make eye.: '
this too clear-it is one of the foundat
on stonesof I FIRE DESTROYS 81:>0.000I
this business, and that means much to any buyer. I

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leNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, |,Fire early and today several destroyed business the houses courthouse

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando, Fla. here, with a loss of $150,000. PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street_

L .J Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
next day. 3-3-tf

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A SIMPLE TRAP FOR THE EVERY INSURANCE COMPANY ance applied for. After providing a J'

stipulated percentage of cash assets

HOUSEFLY CENT.BONDSBy IN STATE I I I to be held as a protection against :

losses, the bills further provide that :

C. F. Johnson I every policy holder shall be a member ; :
Washington, D. C.-A maggot trap ( TilE BIG STORE
which will practically prevent the Tallahassee, Fla., April .-Out of i of the corporation and shall be enti- j :

breeding of the house fly is describedin the twenty-nine insurance measures I!tied to one or more votes according to :
ilew the insurance in force or number of
a bulletin of the U. S. depart- introduced in both houses of the legIs-
ment of agriculture, No. 200, "A policies held, an dmay vote either in :
lature the past week it is confidently
Maggot Trap in Practical Use; an person or by proxy. :
Experiment in House Fly Control." expected to secure the passage of Another measure included in the

The principle of the trap is simple enough bills to place the insurance batch under the classification of insurance -

it is easy to construct and the expense department, providing on a perfectly for mutual satisfactorybasis life insurance .- bills provides for the appoint- RfAOY-TO-WEAR\ fOR \WOMfN MISSES

is said to be probably less in the requisition of fraternal, ment of the state treasurer as state ,
the long run than the investment insurance commissioner and giving
fire and life companies more nearly
which many farmers now make in him powers to remove agents for irregularities -
uniform than before.
screens for their dwellings, and ever in the conduct of their
sprays and fly nets for their live The insurance committees post- business. There is no law covering
stock. In its roughest outlines the poned consideration of the bills referred such cases at present. ,All insurance AND CtlllDREN
to them until Thursday, in or-
trap consists of a concrete basin witha questions are now decided by a board
der, it is understood for representa-
composed of the
latticed wooden platform erected comptroller, attor-
tives of various insurance companiesto
upon it to hold the manure. The basin ney general and state treasurer and
arrive and be heard. The
is connected by a drain pipe witha one it is stated that urgent business of On 2-nd Floor
measure upon which a strong fight
small concrete cistern. The bottomof other departments often delays the
will be waged is that providing for
the basin is filled with water into consideration of matters coming be-
which the maggots breeding in the every insurance company doing busi- fore the insurance boardd. For this

manure drop, as they are about to ness in the state to invest fifty percent reason the state treasurer has prepared -

turn in the pupa or chrysalis stage, of their reserves from premiums the bill to make the treasurer a BXCEPT1DkL; SMART GARMENTS
and are drowned. At frequent inter- collected in Florida, in either county, commisioner of" insurance the other
state, school, municipal or drainage
vals the water is run off into the cistern members of the insurance board con-
and is then pumped back on the bonds. A prominent attorney who curring in the opinion that this step
has been in the
city for several days
manure pile. In this way all the will expedite matters demanding

liquid manure is saved. principle states that and this will measure be opposed.is wrong Sim-in prompt attention. The most advanced styles in new modelsat j

Properly constructed such a trap
offers no obstacles to the convenientand ilar measures have been presented in ORMOND MAN DIES SUDDENLYON :
economical handling of manure.It sixteen other states in past years and STREET IN JERSEY CITY : prices which are substantially Lower- j
every one has been successfully throttled -
is essential, however, that each -
day's addition to the heap should be none ever being enacted into law. New York April 13.-Henry P. :
than the for
Probably the most interest is mani- customary prices such j
sprinkled with sufficient water to keep fested in the I Davis of Ormond Beach Fla., died : garments
measure introduced
the manure moist but not enough to suddenly in the streets of Jersey City
cause leaching. The details of the authorize the formation of mutual '.yesterday, presumably from exertion : of such character and distinction.
fire insurance companies. The bill 'I.
construction of the trap are containedin I'brought on in paying an election bet. :
the bulletin already mentioned. provides that twenty or more persons Mr. Davis reached this city on Sunday :
This particular trap was designed to may incorporate a mutual fire insur- evening, driving a horse which he Values, as usual not to be found in other stores.

hold the manure produced by three ance company, and that applications ]i said he had driven from Ormond :
for at least
horses for three months, but there is two hundred risks, I Beach because of losing the bet. He :
gating not less than aggre-I I
$500,000 was bound for Trenton, N. J., but had
no reason why larger quantities :
be secured at time of applying for BeautifulSummerDresses Smart and Clever
should not be treated in the same way lost his way. Styles :
charter. The maximum single risk
by building larger traps or by build- I
shall I I
ing several of smaller size. not exceed three times the aver Get the news in the Sentinel first. In the new nets laces, voiles, linens and In wash skirts. Materials of ratine, pique,

novelty wash ma'terials. poplin, repp, linens and cotton Garbar-

A BOARD OF PUBLICITY IS The most attractive Frocks we have ever dines, white and sand.

AGITATEDBy shown, large line, stunning styles just in,
Why don't
you call and let us quote you our low and range in price from $1.25 to $7.00

C. F. Johnson

Tallahassee, Fla., April 12.-Aboard Summer Rates at the : $3.00 to $15.00
of publicity, immigration and
employment is the purpose of a bill
that has been prepared and is to operate empire: :Sotel j Childrens Dresses

under the department of agri-
culture, the commisisoner of agriculture Dresses for all Occasions Large asortment in white and colors in all
the secretary of state, and at- The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added, : the late styles, sizes from 4 to 14 years,

torney general to compose the board. makes it the cheapest;, nicest place in the city to live. : Exclusive styles, a magnificient display.
The bill provides that in ten days Just arrived, large line new models, em$1 00 to $5.00
after the enactment of the measure bracing the newest styles in nets,
the board shall meet and employ a and silks. -

suitable person experienced in pub- .

licity work and acquainted with the $18.00 to $28.00 Our Juvenile
conditions in the state to conduct the DepartmentWe

work and fix the salary. Field agentsare

to be employed by the executive are abundantly equipped this year

officer, under whose direction maps Sn's"ltfa1Azeio to supply the wants of all mothers, and at
pamphlets and books are to be pre- Elegant Coat SuitsJust the same time gladden the hearts of the

pared to promote immigration.The youngsters.
important feature of the bill is arrived! 1 large line in novelty, checks, Sprague made Wash Suits and Rompers,

that after October, 1915 no person serges,poplins and Gabardines, in all.theprevailing white and fancy, 50 different styles to select -
firm or corporation shall offer for sale styles. You will be surprisedat

any lot or oarcel in any subdivisionof the splendid values.
land in the state unless the boardof
/ jJ!(>( (,v to $6.00Boys
publicity, immigration and employ- .(F', TWll1 Cg $16.00 to $35.00

ment shall certify that such subdi-

vision is registered such registration

containing a map and full descriptionof Shirts and Blouses, Kaynee and

the character of land offered for Boys Pants made of Wool and Wash Bell Brands, white and fancy, splendid line
sale. Fees of from $5 to $100 shall Different
to choose from.
material, all sizes.
be paid annually to the departmentby j

any person, firm or corporation SOc 50c
to $2.00 to $1.00
engaging in the sale of lands, accord-
ing to the number of acres offered in and as much bell r- as it is differentLess

each tract. Written approval of this

proposed board must be secured be- gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less NEW SPRING MILLINERY
fore any printed matter can be circulated skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. SHOWNBest
by any owner or agent offer- These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year.

ing lands for sale, under penalty of They are assured by mechanical laws. at the BIG STORE. CLWe beg to announcea

1500 fine and imprisonment for six

years. All money received by the Read the Five Leading Oakland beautiful display of exquisite Trimmed Hats,
treasurer from this source shall be set

aside as a publicity fund and after Superiorities BelowEvery most beautiful effects and they are justly correct
January, 1916, the expenditures shall

be limited only to the amount in this and all moderately priced. Beautiful line of Un-
fund from such fees. feature works towards a definite economy-

An appropriation of $5,000 for establishment maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with timmed Shapes Flowers Wreaths and Fruit all
and operation for the low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, ,

first year is asked in the bill. ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. low
Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstration at exceptionally prices.

that's a real road test-and decide.
CHEESE MAKERSIn The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Fours and
sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 to
$1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND.
regard to the present opportunity ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR

; before American cheese makers, MOTOR COMPANYPontiac ,
the current issue of Farm and Fire- i

side says in part: Michigan REELS AT EVERY SHOW
"Stocks of imported cheese are now

about cleaned up, and American made
cheese will attention than
get more

usual. The average European eats J. B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Agent J Universal Topical Victor Comedy Drama, 3 reels, Mary Ful- !
cheese at nearly every meal, and alto- i
gether consumes about eight times as ORLANDO, FLORIDA ANIMATED WEEKLY ler, Matt Moore.MARY'S.

much as the average American. Even 1-Great Strength i
after the war is over we need expect with light weight. DUKEAdmission
.... very lithe foreign cheese to be sent
us for a while because there will be 2.-High Speed Motor I Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. i
so few cattle and goats left. Now is with great power. Nights 5c. and lOc. ; ; !

a good time to learn to make cheese; I
3-Low center of
a good demand is certain." II
of gravity with usual I

SAN JUAN QUICK LUNCH CLOSESThe road 4-clearance.F lying wedge I Y owell-Duckworth Co.Orlando's I

San Juan quick lunch closed Lines with least wind .

last night, after its first season, which resistance.
has been very successful. The quick 5-E c o n o m y with O "
lunch supplied a real need at the hotel Luxury. O Largest Store. "Quality Did It. .I,

and has been distinctive for the<

high class of its service.
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l South Florida SentinelMORNING At this season of the year when 'Twas this morning his sweet song
moving vans are busy carting household awoke me--
AND WEEKLY effects of many families from His sweet song that told of the !
t w. M. GLENN ..Edit.r one house to another-the annual Spring FOR SALE P
W. C. ESSINGTON-.Basine.aManager moving event-there comes forcefully Floated into my room with the k

Entered, aa Second at the Class pmtoffice Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION at Orlando.. Florida an argument these days for it home is an owning.In easy.matterto That zehpyrs rode on a heavenly wing. I '

provide for "part" payments on SEWING[ WEEK% [ [ a
RATES real estate, and there is little reason And all eager I drank in the music, f

Dailr. 1 Year ........................ 5.00 why any one can not own his home So thrilled by each note that I II
Daily. 6 Months ...................... "f eventually and with little financial heard I
Daily. 3 Months ...................... -25
: .. ..... embarrassment. A very slight addition That I could not but wonder how
Daily 1 Month ............... .60 I
to the amount paid in monthly Nature few short weeks SUMMER ;
Weekly 1 Year ...................... SLOG rent in a very few years will pay for Could place such a voice in a bird. A new two-story I Within a very; -
SUMMER: with its bril-
with the first ,
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IS a home-and very pay- modern
ADVANCETO ment the owner has an actual equityin It grew louder and clearer and room I liant sunshine and its exquisitively cool

ADVERTISERS: the property, a condition which inspires sweeter and unique dwell- and breezy evenings and nights will be
immediate pride of possessionand Till finally I felt I must
see J with Are YOU prepared to meet these
Copy: f.r display and all ether hand-vet a sense of satisfaction that is the This gay visitor there 'neath my win- ing, with double
dvertiiinr mast be handra in at the business inevitable consequence of accomplishment. dow delightful days and( nights with appropriate -
office .f the Sentinel not later This than rate 2 applies p. m. Who'd brought such pleasure to me. sleeping porches, apparel? Are all your sewing arrange-
before publication.
the day
to chances for contract advertising; it U It costs money to move That modern garage and ments made? Can you look forward with
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. money well might be saved and addedto So I peeped out and cast mine eyeson to what the hot weather will
the property investment. If renters him- butlers quarters
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued who move frequently would itemize Alas! Had I lauded his song- bring forth? We believe some can, but
in writing on
should notify the office :
the date of expiration: otherwise it will be the expense of their various mov- 'Twas the same old plebeian sparrow very pretty location I frankly we have our doubts as to the ma-
continued at the regular subscription rates ings they would sense what a nest Who'd chirped there the whole win- overlooking Lake I jority. SEYIXGYEEK will help those
until notice to stop is received. would have if that ter long!
Telephone Numb-r .."....... ............ 24 egg they home. money D. who have been either tardy: or could not
had been applied on a -George Padgett, Indianapolis.Mr. Eola. $4500.00 will
Buying a home is just like putting I find the time, and SEWING WEEK will

THURSDAY APRIL 15, 1915. money in a savings bank. It is real and Mrs. W. N. Hurd, their buy this if taken appeal to others as a means of increasingtheir

old-age the financial insurance.consideration And aside there from is daughter, Miss Helen and son, Master now, it is a bargain.S.G.DoliveSSon. wardrobe at considerable moneysaving -
two masters un-
No man can serve
; Arnold, who have spent the sea- economies.
that wonderful satisfaction and security -
less he has been married twice.
son at their home, 110 Summerlin .
of home owning.
o Place, left yesterday for Long Hill,
There of men
At least half of the disappointmentsin are, course many Conn. They had hoped to remain here ---- -- -
whose occupations callings are
the world are due to an oversupplyof until the middle of :May but business
such as to make their residence in one
matters necessitated. Hurd
hope. going
place a matter of uncertainty. They North.
0 are legitimate renters. They can not
Home trading is recognized by all bank on the immediate future so far ..k.tai
experts in city building as the corner as residence goes. But it is a safe I
stone of local industrial growth.o assertion that there is not one of DoctorsBl1CklllilStCl' (
o them who does not dream of the day ,
1I. Orlando will entertain the when he can "settle down in a homeof e au.
Knights Templar next year. Whatwe his own" and be content for the & Bninte; REAL ESTATENo. I II II
want now is the Horticulturists. rest of his days.If I I
o you are a renter-a spring or OSTEOPATHS 3 WEST PINE STREET
fall mover-think it over. Why not I II
Of late many people seem to have I
forgotten that there is an ordinance begin now to buy your own home Personal instruction under Dr. Still Second Floor

against speeding and riding on side- right here in Orlando? at Kirksville, Mo. I I
walks. A word to the wise is suffi- Doubtless you can buy the one you _
cient. are in if you like it. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples i I 1 1l

o o National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad-'s the thing. I j:
-An active campaign will be put SONG AND SENTIMENT ---- 'I'I1 I
forth soon bv the Board of Trade -----1 i l 1$
showing the advantages of Orlando as .,
a location for small manufacturingconcerns At-One-Ment: !
for the home people as wellas He walks all day through grand cathedral :
outsiders.A aisles, 111 I I II
o Even though he hold the plow that I
shears the sod
GOOD DAILY Or labor at the forge. On him Life I
SLOGAN. smiles,
"Help Keep Orlando Clean" is a Who is at one with God.
good daily slogan. What better asset -John E. Dolsen in March Nautilus. I /
has any city than perfect cleanliness? ,
See to it that your lawns are free Mockery

from rubbish and scraps of paper. God, I return to you on April days
Also assist in keeping the streets and When along country roads you I
walks of the business district proper walk with me; Magnolia AvenueI I
clean and neat. And my faith blossoms like the
o earliest tree MONDAY NEXTIS

STORKS ARE TIRED That shames the bleak world with its have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
note that storks are making uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
their appearance earlier than ever be- My faith revives when, through a every City or Town of importance-
fore in the vicinity of Berlin, that rosy haze, This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a wherever a store of the size, character

they have sought out their customary The clover sprinkled hills smile number of bearing fruit trees.I and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrif-
nests.that they appear very tired and quietly;
hungry. Poor birds Mars has had Young winds uplift a bird's clean will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof ty community-SEWING WEEK is a distinct -
little time to encourage their 'usual ecstacyFor feature.
faithful pursuits. this, oh, God, my joyousness and feet off south end.'r .
o praise. Aside from the money saving advantages of
The house is in good condition and is arranged into HOME DRESSMAKING which this store cannot
crowded streets and
choking airs, light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in- too strongly advocate-we believe the habit of

The new motor fire truck cost The huddled thousands bruised and come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I setting aside one week-say in each month-is
6000. A pumping machine may be tossed about- going to become more and more general.It .
added at any time for $3,000. The These, or the over-brilliant thorough- bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
equipment for the installation of the fares. developes initiative, resourcefulnessand

pumping apparatus is already on the The too-loud laughter and the BARGAIN. a keener appreciation of good values,
truck. The space for the pump is shout
under the footboard and the pumping The mirth-mad city; tragic with its Cash or terms. which to economical women-TO YOU-

machine may be attached at any time cares- will become more valuable as time passes.To .
without removing anything on the car. For this oh God silenceandmy ,
This is foresight on the part of the doubt. all who have ever felt that they are,with all

commissioners. -Louis Untermeyer. their work and planning not accomplishing as

o much as should be accomplished towards replen-

I The Metropolis has frequently urged LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL: ishing the children's and their own wardrobes
that people in Dade county name their I
homes, but we had not thought of the Phflpot, Ky., April 9, 1915. S. Y. WAY SEVINGVEEK OFFERS UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES -
appropriate names adopted by two Editor Sentinel.
I Orlando citizens. On Orange avenuein Dear Sir:-Enclosed find paymentfor
that city one resident is said to : renewal of the Sentinel. Can not The joy of making something useful-and the sat-

have a neat sign hung over the door. afford to be without your valuable Insurance and Real Estate Agent isfaction which comes with knowing that spare
reads "It Suits Me," and just it
which : paper, as keeps me posted as to
moments are being used to good purpose-will be
" a little farther out the street another Orlando's prosperity. I am glad to !
[[ resident has a similar sign which see (from your paper) that the coun- YOURS the minute you enter the spirit of SEWING -
says: "We Like It." How would ty will soon start building the hard PHONE 172 WEEK and turn it to practical account.
"None Better" suit Friend Deering? roads. This, I consider a wise decision -
! -Miami Metropolis. on the part of your county. I TO FACILITATE your efforts along

, 0 have spent three winters in Orlando, these lines, we will arrange suggestive
r DOLLARS AND and enjoyed the climate, and Sewing Week Displays in the windows and
ORLANDO REALESTATE.. ionship of many dear friends.compan-t the
throughout store, demonstrating the
Dollars do not all have the same was born in the same town
r value. A dollar is worth what it will -W. W. Wright, who has gone to made garment and also giving the actual
do for you and not necessarily what his reward since I left Orlando. Bya ; costs, that we are sure you will appreciate.
you give for it. A dollar wisely invested sad accident that happened to me I .
is worth much more than a was deprived of the pleasure of There Will Be Special Offerings
invested. A dollar spending the past winter in Orlando
; dollar unwisely
In Dress and Wash Goods
Silks special offer-
but I sincerely hope to be with
; spent for something having a sur- you -
vival value is worth more than a dol- the coming winter. ings in Linings, Embroideries. Laces, Trimmingsand
t lar spent for something that perishes Wishing you and the Sentinel a Notions.
immediately. One of the best dollars prosperous year, I am sincerely yours,
w that can be invested is a dollar invested J. A. CASTLEN.As SPECIAL SALESIn

in real estate in Orlando. M Tu \ Dress Lawns, Muslins, Domestics and all

o soon as gardens have been kindred lines.

PATRONIZE plowed and the chickens have been
Patronize progressive people if you permitted to feast on angle and grub
wish to see a prosperous community worms the fowls are penned up, withan I YOU are in doubt as to what you
Money spent with a Silurian is like occasional exception, which is a i f'k.5 want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN

wasting fertilizer on a bed of rock instead detriment to neighboring gardens. MAKE TO BEST ADVANTAGE,
of sowing it over soil that wi'enrich
Let all be careful and The Pictorial Review Patterns .
the world with more luxuriant us pen our T 1 ,

production. The money that is paidto chickens up during garden time I the recognized Standard all over the
enterprising people builds new which produces a good neighborly j
houses, makes beautiful lawns re- States-can help you.
feeling around and sweetens our disi i .S PII
lieves the needy and is always on the
I AS A STILL inducement to get YOU
move. Lively times, progress and positions. I II
prosperity are thus assured. o I interested in this BIG plan we will return to you

o I for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on

WINTER: GAHnEII.S: TOO LATE_TO CLASSIFYFOR i i every dollar. This is in addition to the special

GROWING: PAINS.: REXT-Se\"eral attractive bungalows j : 1P/1t/ prices prevelant throughout the store during the
Winter Garden shows signs of advancement : for rent on Lake Conway. I week.
and At
growth. recent
a Address C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. _
meeting the Winter Garden town '-15-6t* __ WE SHALL LOOK FOR YOU!
council passed a resolution favoring

an extension of the eastern boundar; ESTRA YED-A black Jersey typet
and asking Representative Newton to cow; crumply horns; ends of horns
favor such an amendment to the pres- sawed off. Reward for information
ent charter. The first of the week leading to of i
recovery cow. Thos. R. to
TIS -or
introduced the bill before Comp
Mr. Newton
Frint Alden farm
just east of Dren-
the legislature. The Sentinel is

of pleased the Winter to note Garden the o general section.prosperity; nen.FOR downstairs RENT One.well two furnished or three 4-15-3t rooms.large, Your Spring Tonic DICKSON IVES[ CO.

TAFT IS VERYPROSPEROUS. Summer rates. located.
; 403 East Pine street. 4-15-3t If you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now i

It is a source of genuine satisfac- and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the poisons -
tion to note the thrifty conditions of FOR RENT-Modern six room fur- : .DEPARTMENT STORE.
nearby towns. Advices from Taft indicate nished cottage from piano down; absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you.

,, that new granite and canning large lot; good barns; only two blocksout Bring us your prescriptions ; we fill them right. .. ..
factories may be added to that villagein : $30 per month. Carl Dann.
the very near future. A new hotelor 4-13-tf; Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right. I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

boarding house may also be built I The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

this summer, for the one hotel in that WANTED white woman or girl to ERUK'S YHA.RMgCYTHE of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer- ,
prosperous town has proved totally do general housework for a familyof
inadequate to comfortably care for three. Steady position to right REXALL STORE chandise, at right prices .

the horde of winter residents which party. Call 613 Anderson street, or i 1.
are steadily increasing every year. phone 37. 4-15-3t Phone 68. Quick Delivery :

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GRANDTODAY I Open 2 p. m. and I; ; n

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK coursed on the wonders of chemistry, Admission 5
the rapid development in the knowl-
Thlrsday, April 15 edge of this science and especially its I I i i
Here and There Club, Mrs. Nyal, uses in modern times, and the impor- 'I II I ,. 111111M111MIM U
Amelia avenue, hostess. tant part it the economy of II I TODAY'S I'
Rosalind Club. existence. Trough its agency mate- I
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Charles Phillips rials hitherto declared useless, and 4Reels
hostess. waste matter are converted into arti- Animated Weekly. ;
Friday, April 16 cles of usefulness and food.liss War!"
Entre Nous Club, Miss Roberta Gordon's talk on the modern essay Imp. Mary Pickford
Branch. was equally enjoyed, dealing with the vert." '
The Nullos Club, Miss Margaret Hart essays of Lamb, Macaulay, Emersonand Powers. Edna Maison
hostess.St. other modern essayists. I ator's Daddy." A
Cecelia's Guild, annual meeting. drama. \
---0-- :\ MATHEWS United States. "A
DEPARTING. Sans Souci Club was most delightfully Five cents to all.

Thornton Park, one of Orlando's entertained yesterday after FIELDSIN
prettiest suburbs, has been busy this noon by Mrs. T. Mathews.. Guests i Dr. and Mrs. W. II. "'
present were Mrs. Nathan, Mrs. A. L. j I
week bidding farewell to North-bound
Forde, and Mrs. James Burden. The I York city, who have
friends. Sunday afternoon kodak pic- club will be entertained the city for the past
April by II
tures were taken of various groups and I guests at the Arcade
Mrs. Wm. Lege. High score was ,
the friends gathered for music with
made by Mrs. O. S. Robinson, while! "OLD DUTCH"With their home in the East
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Van Dusen. All
the lowest fell Mrs. H. over the Seaboard Air
score to B.
the old songs and hymns were sung to make
expect stops
and the new music suitable to the day I Myers. Jacksonville. This

followed. Such a pleasant time calleda SOCIETY NOTES- Vivian Martin, Charles 'trip, and they were was ]
request for more, so on Monday Florida, and
OF INTEREST.An especially
evening Mr. and Mrs. Van Dusen I Judels, George Hassell, and an expect to come back
equal suffrage league, auxiliaryto I
again threw their home and an
open the Florida Asso-I son.
evening devoted to music followed. Equal Suffrage PRICES"1
ciation, was formed this week at Tallahassee -i j All Star Cast. ----- -
:Mr. Chas. Moore, of Scranton, Pa., an
Dr. Mary A. Safford, of Or-
accomplished violinist, was the enter- j
This play is the famous comedians -
lando honored
tainer, and a dainty course of refresh- being with a place on
the legislative committee. The offi-i PRICES"r
ments concluded the affair. Those
leaving were Mr. and Mrs.John Thim- cers of the league are Mrs. C. A. Cay, I greatest stage success.

blebee, of Poraland, N. Y., and Mrs. president; Miss Caroline Brevard, FIVE SPLENDID ACTS
U. G. Salyers, of French Lick, Ind. vice-president; Mrs. Bonnie B. Ran- I
The guests, in part, were Mr. and dle secretary; all of Tallahassee. The I -
Mrs. F. II. Simpson, of Simcook, N. legislative committee, besides Dr. Saf- f I !
II.; Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Scull, of New- ford, is Miss Minnie\ Kehoe, of Pensa- TODAY
ark, N. J.; Mrs. Elizabeth Moore and cola and Miss Caroline Brevard, of I j I ,

Mr. Chas. Moore, of Scranton, Pa.; .Tallahassee.
Miss S. B. Miller, of Hudson Falls, I
N. Y.; and Mrs. Frances Wood, who I'I Mrs.the Anna L. Forde leaves tonighton HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA'Hear
midnight train for Washington -
evening.furnished the piano selections of the : where she will represent the Or- "ON THE HIGH I
---0-- lando chapter at the annual congressof

BANNER PRESENTED TO Revolution the Daughters of the American I A K. B. Special
next week. After that I
she will go on to New York, and has plete in two parts.
gorgeous yellow' satin banner, planned a trip through the Great
bordered with heavy gold fringe and Lakes, Yellowstone Park, and the is an opportunity to enjoya
bearing in black the inscription, "Or- :Panama exposition at San Francisco.She .
lando Equal Suffrage League," was will not return until the first of $2.00 Broadway Comedy for
the generous gift from Mrs. J. C. i October.
Patterson which was presented to the -o- I these small prices. "SHE NEVER
league at the meeting held in Unity I The Bow Knot Club was entertained .
Chapel yesterday morning. As Mrs. Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. J. I.
Patterson was unable to attend the Thornton. Cards were enjoyed and An American
meeting, Mrs. Kollock made the presentation -I after the game strawberry shortcakeand
for her. The league is just- salted almonds were served. Mrs.
ly proud of its new possession and Thornton's guests were Mesdames

adopted resolutions of appreciationand Chalfant, Reichard, Monroe, Myers\ ,
20 cents
gratitude for the generous gift. Pemberton, Temple, Hudson, Gringle, 10 cents "THE NAVAJO
The league also voted to contribute Sherman, Dale, Lawton, and Mrs.
$20 to the fund of the state associa- Thornton's house guest, Mrs. Margaret -
tion, and the date of the next social Shupe, and Mrs. Isaac Sailer. i A Vitagraph Drama.
tea to be held'at Mrs. Beardall's was -0-- I
changed to April 29. A committeewas Be sure to meet the "New Minis- j er, Mrs. E. M. Drennen. The host of
appointed to discuss and select a ter" on Tuesday evening at the opera I friends of this genial gentleman hope
program for next year's work. Those house eight o'clock. The Epworth I for his speedy recovery.
present listened with deep attentionto Leaguers of the Methodist church will I
the very interesting paper which give you an evening's entertainmentof FOUR BIG REELS
E. E. Tetrick will
Mr. and Mrs.
was prepared and read by Mrs. Harold music and laughter for the small
Beardall on the marriage and divorce admission fee of twenty-five cents. leave today for Worthington, W. Va., "SAME LITTLE
where will remain until fall.
laws in Florida.
Tickets on sale at the Arcade cigar
This estimable couple have been com-
-- stand, seed
Wright store, and by the
Orlando for number of
ing to a years
MRS. II. L. BEEMAN Boy Scouts.
WAS HOSTESS.Mrs. and are very popular with all who -
-oA -
know them. They will be missed
II. L. Beeman hostess reception will follow the Cheney-
was yes-- from their hospitable home in Con-
terday to the members of the Nullos Robinson wedding, Wednesday, April cord Park.
Club, several other guests being pres- II 21, at the Presbyterian church, the reception FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
ent. Beautiful prizes were won by being held at the home of the .:
Mrs. Seth Woodruff, a Venetian bon- bride's parents Captain and Mrs. B. TO EXCHANGE Jacksonville ten
bon basket, and Mrs. L. H. Gedge, a M. Robinson, on Jackson street. Thoseat I room apartment property for Or-
cut glass bon-bon dish. Delicious refreshments the reception will include the fam- lando property. Address"Investment," Established 1886
were served, ice cream ilies of the contracting parties, the Box 584, Orlando, Fla. 4-15-3f
bunnies and dainty white topped wedding party and a. few intimate
cakes with the names of the guestson friends. 1 1II
each in chocolate. Those present -aMiss -
were Mrs. John McEwan, Mrs. Stra- Lois Shepherd, of Chicago, Orlando Wood Yard I'I'II' CURTIS & O'NEAL
ley, Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Laughlin, who has been visiting her sister Miss
Mrs. Dr. Dozier, of Ocala, Mrs. Zillah Shepherd, one of the instruc-
Mather-Smith and Miss Kernsof tors at the Cathedral school, left yes-
guest I
terday for her home. Removed from Pine St. two blocks '
Chicago, Mrs. L. II. Gedge, and INSURANCE LOANS .
Mrs. Merle McElroy, Mrs. Sylvan Mc- -oAll north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Elroy, Mrs. B. C. Buxton, Miss.Margaret members of the MendelssohnClub
Hart, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. are requested to meet at the ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
Harriet Miller, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Presbyterian vsetry this evening at 8 all times. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
and Mrs. C. B. Robinson. o'clock. J. M. Cheney, president.
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Miss Margaret Hart will entertainthe
Nullos Club Friday in honor of .
ING HOME. her house guest, Mrs. L. B. Hamblin.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones -
Mrs. T. P. Warlow left
yesterday O E 344
F. Jones, Mrs. Robert Galey and
afternoon for Tampa, visit to
on a
daughter, Miss Anna, who have spent Mrs. W. C. Green.
the fall and winter months at their

respective the homes in Orlando, are Miss Elizabeth- Branham- will en- For Sale
among prominent Pennsylvanians
tertain the Bachelor Girls next I OSTEOPATHYDR.
leaving tonight on the 12:30 train for Wednesday.Miss .
Pittsburg. Their return in the fall
. will be eagerly awaited --0- House Lot 65 x167. Price
friends. by many May Haidin will entertain at i J. c. HOWELL eight rooms. %

-- "five hundred" Saturday afternoon. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

SOROSIS CLUB informal -"sit-oAn -around" will be KirksYffle Consultation Graduate Free $4500.00. A bargain.
held at the Rosalind Club today.
members of the Sorosis Club -- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
heard two highly instructive and en- The Sentinel regrets to learn that HoteL I
tertaining papers at the meeting Monday Mr. Walter Drennen is quite ill at Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
afternoon. Miss Kena Fries dis "Paso Robles," the home of his moth-j Orlando. FIa.





located lots, on easy terms. As en-

to first 10 buyers will sell
ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down,

WHEN PROPERLY APPLIED $10.00 a month until paid for. Six per

cent on deferred payments. '

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

and the Price is Right. Real Estate


Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building

JOS. L. GUERNSEY, Phone 555 S

Paints Oil Varnishes Brushes and
Interior Finishes

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Lake Site TRACY- & repairs MOORE of, CARPENTERSHouse all kinds: done .I..JuInber.., I..Ja-tl a11cl Shingles
SENTINELWANT promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty; ,
sleeping porches, counters, shelving, --
garages, office fixtures; window and
S door frames made to order. Get our
I orices. 18 East Church street. /
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo

The Morning Sentinel Want YORK FRIDAY NIGHT. APRIL I
Directory is the Greatest Want 16. VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ORLANDO
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER.
136 acres with beautiful fron- FROM THE TICKET AGENT MR.
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________sOc LOST, strayed or stolen, white and ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c liver pointer dog; owner's name on
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For One Month ____________$2.50 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. 4-13-6t
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for TO 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 Ac-to LOST-Friendship circle pin, set with WILL

counts opened by telephone will be rhinestones and black enamel stones,
payable the following day. between Dickson-Ives store and cor- MAKE
ner of Main and Jackson streets. Return U AS
Every Home-.Every Business- to Sentinel office and be rewarded. -

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

Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
Watkins. Block PHONE 504 3-3-tf


N. SEYMOUR CONTRACTORR. 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
foundation For price, address "Owner," Box 204, possible for money invested.P. .
can buy Orlando, Fla. 4-13-3t O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
t stone building blocks side- 2-18-lmoc BECAUSE by the of it for fuel in
walk tile or anything In my SCALES FOR SALE use
line at reduced. Call around Second hand pair of counter scales. For cleanest. clearest Kodak finishing -
and let me surprise you on Cost $190. Cheap for cash. Address go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf kitchen will never have cause
Storekeeper, Sentinel office. 4-13-3t your you

F. D. GORE, FOR ture SALE-Two supplies; two cameras drawing and kits pic-; estate.buy,Have sell rent resided, and in change Orlando, Fla.real, to worry about meals not being ready on

I over 30 years. Have handled over
Standard Edison home
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. phonograp enclcyopedia; one rifle; ;one miter box. 20000000. Call and see me. time; also you will have no fires to buildor
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH Call at 406 Long street, between 5
and 7 4-13-3t
p. m. 8x10 Kodak enlargement free ashes to sweep up. If YOU ''have not a
FOR SALE-Modern house, contain- at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
ing 7 rooms, screen room, bath,
I trunk room, and large closets; well gas range in YOUR kitchen--.tell your hus-
arranged for two families; sink up- Dr. F. F. Thompson

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER stairs North;, close will cut in;price owner to leaving$2,400 for if sold the DENTIST band---and he will do the rest.If I

Office corner Orange Avenue and before April 17. Phone 520.
f Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., 4-ll-6te 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &

Phone 419. FOR SALEA O'Neals. it's Modern-and Economical Gas

clean, nice cash business for a
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit PHONE 646
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
r OrangeBlossom 4-9-tf For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

i FOR SALE-Modern home; eight
r F rooms and bath; orange trees and BARNARD & SON
large oak; seven minutes walk to

R Honey postoffice.412 East Pine.Bargain. Inquire 3-21-lmo owner, 17 Hughey Street :Orlando, Fla. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO


; In comb or bottles. Its fine. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches, Cut Flowers
Fine Herb excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

Flavors, colors and en" .I
riches soups, sauces, and tools, best farm in county; va- and Plants r
gravies, stews, etc. riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
StrawberriesFresh er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- Floral Designs REASONFOR JONES GOES JUST THE SAME

FOR REr-"T-A flat in an entirelynew -- ANUNUSUAL
house on Lake Eola, with all My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

Florida modern Real improvements.Estate & Investment Inquire Co.at, months has not changed its schedule but leaves at the

CARUTHIRS & GORE over Peoples National Bank. 4-11-6t. Jiolet Dell Florist. PRICEon same time it always has.
FOR RENT-Five room cottage, at
204 Hughey street. Inquire at 404 TIME TABLE
New Modern G Grocery West Church street. 4.14.3t'FOR .
J. M. CARUTHERSPhone two fine lots, ten min-
RENT-Three cottages for rent, Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
close in; one furnished; will rent utes walk to center of city
Phone 200 for the summer to family without 509. 408 South Lake St.
children. Inquire 320 Orange avenue. on one of the best streets. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD

6 and 8 East Pine St. 4-13-6t Citrus trees, walks, fence Read Down Read Up

Part of STORE store or FOR show RENT window for Do Your etc. t tA.l\I.IA.l\l. P. l\I.IA.l\1. P. M.P. M.

rent, by week or month. Good loca-
tion. Address Storekeeper, Sentinel \ 6:30;;10.15 3:00 9.30 I.3ol! 6.00
Orlan Was office, for particulars. 4-13-3t' Ocoee 7:30,11.15' 4:00 8.3c 12.30 5.00
o... ineton ElectricFixtures SEE ME immediately if Winter Garden
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five 7:45iI1:3C 4:30: 8.1312.154.45
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. Look interested as sale must be Oakland 8oo---: ,! 4:3c 8.00-- 4.30

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- made at once or not at all, -- ---- ---- -- --- .
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mer, or by the year cheap. T. A.
DRAWING ROOM Yancey. 3-28-tfc Old andWorn at present prices. IF YOU NEED

I I MM m mmm MLetterheads
Sleeping Car 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Out?

: Envelopes,
First Car on March\ 16 FOR RENT-One furnished bed room,
close in; terms reasonable. Inquire I have established a plant for :
204 West Central avenue. 4-11-3tc DR. A. J. TAYLOR I Cards, Announcements
VIA the refinishing of all metal I
FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum-
mer my home known "Michigan fixtures and brass beds. This I Circulars Briefs Hand
PHONE 696 1 ,
Moorings, at 201 Concord avenue,
Atlantic Coast Line west. All or part of this nine room work is done at a small cost, and
house with barn hen house and four 905 East Central ..1.ellueOON'T Bills
Standard Railroad of the South lots; all conveniences. See me soon. makes your fixtures look like Catalogs, or, .
please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf I I
Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. new.
nished or unfurnished; low rates to Stock of second hand fixturesfor
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand permanents; close in; vacancies in sale.
two houses; all improvements. See WORRYIf

SaturdaysLeaving owner 3-30-lmo, 301 East Livingston avenue. Phone 652 and I will call and t Sentinel Job OfficeYou I

Orlando on Train 82. estimate your job.
TYPEWRITERS cleaned and re
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fri-
paired. D. C. Baldwin, of Jackson- ,
days and Saturdays.For ville, now at Orland Cafe. Phone No.4133t. you are disappointed I

Reservations and Tickets 1 L. W.. about getting a new Eas-
want Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
call on A.IC. L Local Ticket WANTEDWANTEDA ter Suit we can put your

Agent. good Ford car; price old one in good condi- our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
must be reasonable. Inquire at I .
tion for such occas-
Formosa postoffice. 4-14-3t I just -" Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers
TWO LADIES desire take care fur- atFinley's
nished house through summer, or 375 I
rent same cheap; else 3 downstairsrooms
in private home. Write partic- West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. PioneerJust
ulars. Box 571. 4U3t.LET *
Successor to Dry Cleaning ,
If :you need any little repairs about Steam Cleaning
BandVVoodCompjEjWood from the Post Office Pine and Court
DR. L H. RAMSDELil the place, let "Dad"* do it. If you Pressing and Repairing across
OPTOMETRIST want a nice, cosy porch swing, let of All Kinds I streets.
"Dad" make it.
Drop a card to
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE "Dad" Box 132, and he will hunt PROMPT SERVICE I Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.r" jr j
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES you. 4-14-6t Umbrellas recovered and repaired
AND DO ALL KINDS OF I REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair J
OPTICAL REPAIRING Don't overlook the want ads. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc 1 J Jr ;


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RL MANN READ EST' TE: 00_ n I 4 4E E

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

doonethingSATISFY! I

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


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formity with plans approved by the undertakers and others.A I and expansion of the idea that has j I A hot water radiator for warming NOTICEIf I
LETTERS THE SENTINEL, State Board of Health. bill authorizing the State Board already been proved a splendid educa- I rooms has been invented with an electric -I
tional success in eight Florida cities. heating element in the bottom any of our ice wagons miss you I
I A bill requiring that all school of Health to purchase or, at its discretion phone 566. We have special truck
The bill to create and make effi- which can take current from a light a i
FROM STATE BOARD I'l'buildings, public or private, shall be to establish a plant for the cient a bureau of vital statistics is socket. I for emergency calls and ke'p an t
provided with adequate toilet facili- production of hog cholera serum, one of the most important that will abundance of i ice at our storagt plant I
ties. In rural districts where sewer- which be furnished cost to at all times. 11. E. Hand.
is to at come before the present legislature,
OF HEALTH All round money getters-want ads. j,I 4-10-3tc
age systems do not exist, all closets farmers and swine owners in Florida. for it will make possible the gather- I
shall be of fly-proof construction in It will be noted that not one of these ing of facts and statistics that are essential -- --- - - -- I
Needed LegislationThe accordance with plans recommendedor bills when it becomes a law will call to the sanitary and industrial I
State Board of Health will ask approved by the State Board of i for a cent of appropriation from state progress of the state.
,Health.A funds. The expenses entailed in the ,
from the legislature the en- I
present bill providing that it shall be preparation and operation of the THE LAST PROOFREADERWhen
actment of several laws for the pro- lawful for common carriers, includ- i"healt train" outside of the transportation I II
tection of public health in Florida and ing railroads operating in Florida to proposed to be furnished by the story of Mammon is printed.
And the binder has laid down his
to aid the splendid campaign of edu- i grant free transportation to the state 'I the railroad companies and that of tools; II
cation concerning sanitation and hy- I health officer, the assistant state the hog cholera serum plant, are to be When none of the facts have been 4 I I
gienic matters. I health officers, and to all agents and i met from the funds of the State stinted-
And the deeds of the wise and the
The drafts of these bills have been I employes of the State Board of : Board, which, by law, are already fools
placed in the hands of the presiding i Health when traveling in connection I provided by a one-half mill tax on all Have been written by prophets and
officers of the two branches of the :with the business of the Board.A .assessible property in the state. sages ,
legislature, with the request that they bill authorizing the State Boardof I. The first three of these bills pro- And bound in the rawhide of man; ,'
Then God will blue-pencil its pages,
be referred to the proper committeesfor Health to gather information con vide for the enforcement in public As only I the Almighty can.
consideration and action. Theyare cerning the causes, nature and extent -I places of ordinary rules of cleanliness, I
the following: of communicable diseases, to secure which every careful and wise house- lie will see the proud kings of the ''I
A bill requiring that every personor and equip a car or cars contain- keeper insists upon in her own home. As ages they mould in their filigreed
persons operating a hotel board- ing information by charts, models or When it is realized that one-half of graves
ing house, restaurant or lunch coun- other exhibits relating to public the rural schools of the state are not And measure their virtue with The Peru Panama Hat Co.
ter, shall keep all doors and windows health, sanitation, and hygiene, and provided with toilet facilities of any gauges I
That he'll use for both masters and
and all similar openings into dining permitting railway companies to fur- description, all good Floridians blush slaves;
rooms, kitchens and the passageways nish and transport such car or cars with shame and cease to wonder why While princes whose caskets were Is very thankful to its great number of friends
leading thereto, screened; requiringthat without charge for the purpose and hookwork affects nearly threequarters freighted
food which is to be eaten without I to permit the Board of Health to receive of the pupils in these schools. With flags laurel wreaths, honors and for their patronage and expecting to make
cooking, shall be screened at meat and : from individuals, counties,cities The tow bills next mentioned are May find that their souls have been
butcher shops markets, groceries and towns contributions to further intended to facilitate the work of the rated I many more friends before we leave Saturdayour
fruit stands, bakeries or wherever the purposes of such education.A State Board of Health. As laws act- 'Neath beggar-man buried in rags.
such food is exposed for sale and bill creating a bureau of vital ually upon the statute books of Flor- So in the long run it is betterTo last day. Prices $1.75, $2.75 and up.
that no dining or buffet car shall be statistics and providing for the reg- ida, they will lessen the expense of lead our lives humbly contrite;
operated in the state without being istration of births and deaths; provid- that work to the taxpayers, and whenit Find truth, live it up to the letter, We bid you all good by.
screened-in other words, that all ing for the appointment of a state is remembered that low sick and With hearts free from rancor and -
food that does not require to be registrar with local registrars and death rates are the most valuable as- For the spite great; proofreader( is tracing
cooked before being eaten, shall be [deputies fixing their duties and compensations s .ts of any commonwaelth, it will be Man's record straight back to the PERU PANAMA HAT CO.N.
protected by wire netting of a mesh I ; providing that the State understood why the proposed invest- flood .
sufficiently small to prevent access by Board of Health shall have the powerto ment in free transportation by the And we hope for a merciful placing
In the book that is printed in blood.
adopt, publish and enforce rules relating railroad companies is one of the best -New York Herald.
flies.A bill requiring that all earth closets to the notification of sickness they could make and it is understoodthat ETTKIN, Manager.
used for the deposit of human excreta and of statistics of marriages and divorces they favor the plan. New South Wales is said to con-
shall be screened and shall be and requiring reports of vital I The plan for the operation of"Flor- tain more kinds of flowering plants MERCK'S\ PHARMACY\ 21 S. ORANGE AVENUE.
constructed and maintained in con- statistics from physicians midwives, ida's health train" is an enlargement than all Europe.

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenienceof ,



. For
rt ExchangeApartment j
;fi',(: 1
Building in Mass., new, modern, rents for ten thousand and five hundredper 1

Remington RemingtonQuality year, nets seven thousand and six hundred per year, is free of incumberance. Want ;

Orange Grove in exchange for this house. Price $100,000.00. i

It Refinment j 1j
For Exchange-- .

. A mansion in the suburbs of Baltimore, Md., modern in every respect, lot is one and 1

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. one-half acres; price is 8000.00; has mortgage for $3800.00. Want good citrus lands for '

Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. this equity.am; willing to pay $75.00 per acre for good land to the amount of this equity. i ij j

Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit
For Exchange- j

THE[ APPEARANCE THAT {>ADMIRATION Four hundred acre estate in New Hampshire, in the finest town in N. H., where the ;

New York Millionaires spend their summers, 40 acres in cultivation. The improvements f

. In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends are, 8-room farm house and barn, also a new two-story dwelling, house, and a MANSIONon

the place made of the finest Philadelphia pressed brick, with granite trimmings of

.: : : hardwood, plaster is hard finish; cellar under entire house. There are 21 rooms, 3 baths,

butlers' pantry, large attic with billiard rooms, all windows plate glass, has stone engine
a tone of distinction to
house and private electric light system, all buildings covered with slate. Price of this
.- the .
place is $75.000.Iortgage is $15,000; will trade equity of $60,000.00 for two Groves

with dwellings on them. See photographs. L

power that commands -

.. respect. See us for any: exchange of properties you want anywhere in America or Canada,

Cuba Mexico:: we have it. .. .J.n

Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

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

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


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

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:Mr. W. L. Hancock of Atlanta, Ga.,
was among the business visitors in
Orlando yesterday.

Mrs. E. Hand returned yesterday. Thinkbig
afternoon on the Tampa Special froma _
visit to Jacksonville. t

\* ; !-x'' >i'X'L LlLri Mr. Geo. C. Keller spent yesterdayin EC OM X tRAVp = r
111111 j-L 111 iTrmiTT r ffTi T m TT r ff frTff r Sanford, looking after business ; _

cwd :Mrs. P. McGraw left yesterday
for St. Petersburg where she will
spend a week with her sister-in-law
Mrs. J. S. McRaven.Mr. .

W. II. Lewis leaves tonight for
Pittsburg, Pa., on a business mission.
I He will be absent from Orlando for
the next two weeks.

Mrs. Sue Caldwell after a delightful .
FAMILY season spent in Orlando, left yesterday ?
for her home in Philadelphia, -.--

The girl Pa. I \jft&ZZZ3 %T
boy or young ? -

man, business woman and Mr. M. L. Dollins, who is connected I > v rv >r.
housewife will all find this with the Simms Realty in ** **'&** '
; t *(f '' ** **&(''*
Bank useful from their own Tampa, visited his father Mr. Hugh vtwr '> r ZTJiecxrr
of view. The Dollins, in Orlando this week.
particular point Iho et5 ; .
broad and efficient service .
Mr. J. S. L'Hommedieu, who has
meets the requirements of all spent his sixth season in Orlando and _..
classes and covers every who has many friends here will leave "s04 : ?
banking need as applied to today for his home in Newton N. J.

Mr. T. A. Red, of Perry, arrived in i
Accounts and Check-
Orlando yesterday afternoon and will $2,511.90 INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORS
ing Accounts spend several,days looking after mat-
ters of interest.Mr. ON APRIL 1, BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.

E. H. Tomlinson, one of Jacksonville HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS
ORLANDO leading citizens and success-
ful real estate dealers is spending
several days in Orlando.Mr. $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

A. Reed, one of the popularand
accommodating right.hand men
of Dann's Transfer, will leave today National Bank
1m] IWJJ for his home at Spring Lake, N. J. Peoples ({
lie will return as usual in the fall. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Greene of
Pittsburg, Pa., are among the late arrivals -
in Orlando to spend a coupleof !
weeks. They are delighted with
Florida's superb climate.Mr. .

: and Mrs. Chas. Stilson, who
were among the early winter visitorsto
reach Orlando left last night for
Oneonta, N. Y., stopping en route at Illlll II11IIIII III II' 11111111111111111111.
Atlantic City N. J. They were pleas-
antly located at the Wyoming hotel.

!$ UDP Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Park left last New Fisk PricesAt
night on the midnight train for their
home in Schuyler Lake New York.
They have been in Orlando for the
orc1 S. odes last four months at 506 West Central
1t avenue. New Low Prices

Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Denton, who
Establishing New Standard of Tire Values
I have been residing on West Robinson a
avenue, left yesterday for Kissimmee,
where they will reside. Mr. Denton
Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid
Casing Tubes
served on the Orlando police force
Iu during the fall and winter season. 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

t 30 x 3y& ________$11.60 12.20 2.70
Mr. S. J. T. Seegar and daughter,
Miss Bertie May, of Ocoee, are among 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

J the prominent Orange county folks 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00
taking in the Horticultural Associa-
tion which is holding forth in Tampa 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

Ii this week. 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Cartright, who If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
have been spending the winter at
t their home near Clear Lake, will be
among those leaving today for Bowl- Station. All
t tt tt ing Green, Ky., where they expect to We Have a Service
tt J bt spend the heated term.

t r :Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Jenkins, who Adjustments Made Here.
t have spent the season in Orlando,
I start tomorrow for Wolcott, N. Y., -
where they will spend the summer
t Summer Pleasures without Summer months. They have many friends ,
here who will be pleased when the
'i Discomforts 1 Indoors it's sticky and time for their return draws near.
San Juan Garage Company.11..III..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIPII.IIIII.IIII..I..I.I. | |
i moist. On the porch it's cool-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, who
; when the Vudors are down. have been wintering at 305 Garland

i Why not eat, sleep live there this summer? street, will leave today for Athens,
i t Thousands do it. The cool air gives appetite and Ohio, where they will remain throughout ..lr1111.a"ll.
forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the the summer months. They will
nerves while you sleep. It cures them. ; return to be among the winter visitors -
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but next fall.
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, I -
but not in through them. They last-they keep
Guests registering at the San Juan
"that new look,"for stained, ,
they're not painted nor
hotel yesterday include L. C. Tinker,
,. dipped. E. M. Peri o. New York; C. P. Rice, .
Our showing of Porch Furniture is especially good W. S. Till, Tampa; A. Spear, Provi- I I t. I
dence; B. M. Tench, Gainesville; Leo :
Let show
just now. us today.
you Tyler, G. Robinson, Jacksonville andT. .' '. II ,
G. St. Louis. I A. : "
McElroy, ,
OSCAR HAND & SON ; \:._ : _? :v.

Mr. and :Mrs.: Thomas T. Tripp, of I : < ', #1: :
Walton, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A- .'. !;. .
Henderson, of Middletown, N. Y., '
who have been visiting friends in For- .
: .. '
BtlllllMiniiniiltliliiMMMMMMIIMMMUMMMWEDDING mosa, leave for the North today. Mr. <:. ., ..
Henderson owns property in St. Cloud ., ,- !
J and intends building there next win- SAVINGS like other forms of SURE .i c+
ter. Mr. Tripp expects to have their 1
home in or near Formosa.Mr. "
I INVESTMENTS, in the long run are ':' ,

:: and :Mrs.: II. G. Garrett and placed where earning power combines with f ... .
daughter, :Miss: Elizabeth, who have .
GIFTSWith been spending several weeks in Or- I GREATEST SAFETY. ,, <
: lando, left yesterday for their home I f '
Medford, Mass. Their numerous I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING f- s '
friends regret their departure but ,
: hope to see them again next season. {I DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER a {
While here made their
they home at
an immense stock of Cut Glass, the Summerlin.Mr. I OF FLORIDA. M

the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- A. A. Smith, who has been 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. I
ing to Orlando for a number of
Painted China and the largest line of ters to enjoy the salubrious com-I
of Orange county, has been

Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in preparations for some days to depart I l
for Wheeling, W. Va., but can not rec- ,
oncile himself to the weather which he
the city, we are confident we can pleasethe and his son, Mr. Don Smith are liableto I
encounter upon their arrival in that
city. The genial doc. says he has discovered -
most discriminating customer. A in this section the famous I f
fountain of youth.Mr. .
glimpse at our stock will convince you.T.D.EVANS 1 1t

J. W. Boyce, who has been the t
guest of Judge and :Mrs.: J. :M. Che- Oi1allO n Bank & Trust t L

ney yesterday, at their morning home over"Glendonjo the Atlantic," left mlmn"Consultatianilncurs

Coast Line for Sioux Falls, S. D. ,
Judge Cheney and Mr. Boyce were
college chums and they have enjoyedthe !
past six weeks very much. They No Obligation.
have been off on several fishing expeditions -
and visits to the "wilds." r
JEWELER Mr. Boyce made many friends while
here, and should he ever decide to pay
another visti to Orlando will always


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