The morning sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 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: UF00079945:00235
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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I i Get $50,000 LootBuffalo.

the New noted York moving, April picture 15.-John comedian Bunny,, I i BRILLIANT 2 BRITISH SNIPS IOSI IN WEEK COMES AS CLIMAX TO SEIZUREOf

whose face is familiar to millions of X. Y., April 15.;; -A dozen I

"movie fans" all over the world, is at Eleven of Crew of 28 of Ptarmigan bandits held up a New York Central Five Dutch Trawlers-The
AT CAPITAL the point of death at his home in SUCCESS
Brooklyn. A physician tonight said Saved-British Will fast freight train at Sanborn, nine Katwijk Was Laden With
miles east of North Tonawanda and
there was a hope that Bunny may Not Publish List Ger- American Corn and
pull through but his condition is crit- only fifteen miles from Buffalo, early
ical. Bunny suffered a physical today, stripped several cars of bolted

PAY WITNESSES $1 PER breakdown three weeks ago and was -HOLD GREAT AREA London, April .-Reports reached silk valued at $50,000, and sped away LONDON, APRIL 15.-TREMENDOUS -

DAY AND MILEAGE ordered to take a complete rest. His OF TERRITORY London today of the sinking of the i in automobile trucks upon which they EXCITEMENT HAS BEEN
condition had improved greatly, when 'had loaded their The banditswere
British steamer Ptarmigan by a Ger- plunder. AROUSED IN HOLLAND. ACCORDING
this morning he suffered a serious re man submarine in the same vicinityof armed with repeating rifles and TO DISPATCHES RECEIVED
WOMAN SUFFRAGE UNFAVORABLE lapse. He is suffering from a weak- FIERCE BAYONnniG RAGESAt the Katwijk, and eleven membersof automatic pistols and fired several HERE TONIGHT, BY THE DESTRUCTION -
ness of the heart and a disease of the shots at the No in-
her crew of 28 being saved. crew. one was OF THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT -

Both Committees of House and kidneys. Bayonet's Point Southeastern The admiralty announced tonight jured.A STEAMER KATWIJK
that two British merchant ships, including posse of detectives, mounted police BY .\ .\ SUBMARINE.The .
Senate Unfavorable to THE KIND OF WAR EUROPE Spur of Notre Damede the Harpalyce, had been tor- and patrolmen from Buffalo Niagara Katwijk was torpedoed and

the Bill-Other SHOULD HAVE:- Lorette 'VasCarried pedoed by German submarines duringthe Falls and Tonawanda reached sent down while riding at anchor off

i National League week ending April 14. The lIar- the scene shortly after the hold up. Noordhinder lightship off the coast of
BusinessBy and but several hours of searching resulted Holland.
New York 2, Brooklyn 0. palyce was sent to the bottom,
the other vessel was towed to port. in no arrests. When last seen the SHE WAS BOUND FOR ROTTERDAM -
C. F. Johnson Boston 1, Philadelphia 7. Paris, April 15.-The following of- British Casualty List 139,347 robbers were headed toward Buffalo. FROM BALTIMORE WITH

Tallahassee, Fla., April 15.-Spe-( Cincinnati 2, Pittsburg 1. ficial statement was issued tonight: London April 15.-The total casualties After forcing the engine crew to AN AMERICAN CARGO OF CORN
Chicago 2, St. Louis 4. "North of Arras have bril-
cial the Sentinel.-After the we won
excitement the locomotive and
among the British troops to uncouple run it a AND COTTON.
manifested in the senate yes- American League liant success which completes that of I April H, was 139,347, according to short distance, the enginemen and She had been chartered by the government -
terday when the prohibtion amend- Washington 1, New-York 3. last month. All the southeastern spur an announcement of Harold J. Ten- three other members of the train crewwere of the Netherlands and the
be considered lath Detroit 5, Cleveland 4. of Notre Dame de Lorette has been
ment was to lined box and
against a car owned.
nant, under secretary of war, in the up cargo was government
houses were quiet today when they St. Louis 7, Chicago 16. carried at the bayonet's point by our house of commons this afternoon. placed under guard of a single bandit THE SINKING OF THE KAT-
convened at ten o'clock and at once Philadelphia 3, Boston 5. troops who now hold all slopes to the Replying to a question Mr. Tennant while the others looted the merchan- WIJK. COMING AS IT DID ON THE
proceeded to a consideration of the Federal southeast as far as the borders of dise
League said the government did not intend to cars. HEELS OF THE SEIZURE OF
many bills already introduced. A to- Brooklyn 17 Newark 6. Alain St. Nazarre. Four automobile trucks
approach the neutrals for the purposeof big were in FIVE DUTCH TRAWLERS BY A
tal of 100 bills were presented today, Baltimore 2, Buffalo 6. "We took 160 prisoners, including effecting an exchange of British waiting and quickly were loaded with GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT WHICH

15 in the senate, and 85 in the house. I Chicago 1, Pittsburg 3. several officers, and captured three and German prisoners. It was fur- the booty. Engineer Goss escapedthe TOOK THEM TO CUXHAVEN, HAS

Senate Passes Bills Kansas City 4, St. Louis 3. mortars and three machine guns. ther announced that the governmenthad guard, and running under a fusil- AROUSED THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT -
The senate passed bills providing Southern League "In the Thiepval and Laboiselle region no intention of publishing the lade of shots, reached his engine, TO TAKE HASTY STEPS

for an establishment of Memphis 17, Chattanooga 9. of Albert the enmy undertooktwo number of prisoners held by the allies. made a record run into Suspension TO DEMAND AN IMMEDIATEAND
tion farms by the demonstra-I' Birmingham 7, Mobile 5. attacks which were arrested."In Bridge, eight miles away, and gave COMPLETE REPARATION.

ment board on state lands; a to j New Orleans 7, Atlanta 5. the Argonne, and at Bagatelle, AN INEXPERIENCED MOTORMAN the alarm. The Katwijk sailed from Baltimore
pay witnesses in all courts of record I Nashville 13, Little Rock 9. our artillery demolished the principal CAUSES HEAVY DEATH The robbery was the most daring of March 27. The crew of 23 were res-
$1 per day and 10 cents per mile South Atlantic League German trenches. Further east at TOLL its kind ever attempted in this sec- cued.
mileage; and a law authorizing watchers Charleston 5, Columbus 0. Les Neurisson, the repulsed an at- tion, and the amount of plunder far
at all elections. Macon 5, Columbia. Detroit, Mich., April 15.-To the I exceeds in value the proceeds of any "TilE GOVERNOR'S LADY" THE
Griffin's Bill Favorable : Albany 7, Jacksonville 1. "At Les Eparges the Germans coun- inexperience of a student motorman is I other freight train robbery in the history FOURTH LASKY-BELASCO
ter attacked three
Bills by Mr. Newton today: House' Savannah 3, Augusta 0. Wednesday charged the death of 14 persons, 10 of of Eastern railroading. PRODUCTION
II night, the object being to retake east-
bill No. 281, an act to provide for the them women, who were killed last I
ern Salient. They were repulsed, suf-
assessment and collection of taxes for i; night in a collision between a street "The Governor's Lady," with Edith
the town of Oakland. GRIFFIN TlABOUTJHARTER AGAIN I fering they violently heavy losses.bombarded At noon the today posi- I car and a freight train on the tracksof TENNY TELLS OF WORK BY Wynne Mathison making her photo-

Griffin's bill to prevent the beatingof I the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton rail- dramatic deput in the title role, is the
board bills was reported on as favorable -I tion. road, in the western end of this city. fourth in the series of Lasky-Belasco
tonight. He also introduced I I The roof of the street car remained offerings, which are positively recognized -
a bill to change the amount of money II DEATH OF BELOVED WOMANMrs. practically intact, but the remainderof as the foremost events of the

paid to convicts when discharged, and I I ALSO TAKES NEAT LITTLE Helen A. Rollins the car was reduced to a mass of PEOPLE SAYS TENNY, year in the photo-play world. The
the plan will save approximately $50- eightyoneyears splinters. other three, already released, are
000 to the state. SLAP AT ORLANDO old, departed this life yesterday of the bodies UNDERSTAND WORK OF "
Some were torn to "The Rose of the Rancho, "The Girt
NEWSPAPERSSays morning at 2 o'clock, at the home of TilE LEAGUE
bits. One hurled Blanche
. Down on SuffrageThe woman was com- of the Golden West" and
her daughter, 306 East Church street. the roof of the of "
pletely over railway Sweet in "The Warrens Virginia
woman suffrage bill was reported Numerous Mrs. Rollins Orlando :Man :Makes at
Telegrams Received came to Orlando in the station. A hand was found on the Speech Showing at the Grand today.
unfavorable in both the
I mittee of the house and the senate.A com-. by Him Failed to early eighties and was one of thecity's roof of a freight car forty feet away. Florida Growers' and Shippers
bill introduced Change HisOpinion oldest pioneers. She was bornat I League Heldat F-4 IS CAVED IN; HULL FILLED.
was by Repre- Salem, Mich., and had she lived I MRS. TEDDY ROOSEVELT IN HOSPITAL WITH WATER, SAY DIVERS
sentative Wilder of Tampa
Hillsborough, "an
would have been
82 years old in Sep- I UNDERGOES SUC-
act to for ;
provide payment of the
claim of Metal Products By C. F. Johnson tember. She is survived by one CESSFUL OPERATION Tampa, Fla., April 13.-Most of Honolulu, T. H., April 15.-The superstructure -
company" Tallahassee, Fla., April 15.-Representative daughter, Mrs. S. II. Happersett, and the evening was devoted to the Flor- of the submarine F-4 is
against Hillsborough county, and S. S. Griffin, of Orange two grandchildren, Guilds and Cyril New York, April 15.-Mrs. Theo- ida Growers' and Shippers' League, caved in and the hull is filled with
abolish the
"an act to office of munic-
ipal judge in Plant City and prescribewho I county, in speaking of the proposed Happersett. She was a beloved woman dore Roosevelt was operated on todayat with President L. B. Skinner actingas water, probably from seepage, accord-
shall perform the duties." change in the charter of Orlando, and a wide circle of friends express Roosevelt hospital, Dr. Alexander chairman. Manager Lloyd S. ing to a report made by Chief Gun-

By Representative Martin: "An act which has been discussed in South the deepest sympathy to the Lambert, of Cornell medical school, Tenny made his annual report, detail- ner's Mate George D. Stillson, who
to prevent the manufacture and sale Florida papers, said today: daughter and grandchildren. The being the surgeon in the case. ing the work accomplished during the late yesterday descended to the ocean
of duplicate switch locks or switch "There seems to be some misunder- funeral services will be held this af- While the nature of Mrs. Roose- past year, especially in the traffic floor and examined the wreck after

track keys in the state." standing just what the proposition ternoon at the Methodist church at 3 I velt's ailment was not disclosed, it department.Mr. / Frank Grilly, a diver, had located the
. I means, or rather what the question is o'clock, the Rev. Dr. Ley pastor of was stated that the operation was Tenny prefaced his report by submarine earlier in the day.
I that is being discussed. What was the church, officiating. Interment (I successful and that the condition of saying that few people understandthe

APOPKA'WRATHY AT A. G. L. discussed with me was to add to the will be in the Orlando cemetery. the patient was satisfactory.Col. work of the 'league, and reviewedthe
I commission form of government a city I Roosevelt appeared at the hospital manner in which the league is op POSTPOOEARING R I

manager, and eliminate the salaries PURCHASED TWO PRETTY LOTS I with Mrs. Roosevelt at o'clock erated. It is controlled by an execu-

Proposed Change Would Work II paid to commissioners as at present. I last night and remained with her until tive committee consisting of nine
I "I never considered for a momentthe Mr. Cliff Cohen, the popular trav- ,| she was taken to the operating room members, three from the northern Treasury Department Unable to
Great Hardship on A. C. L. I
idea of returning to the old system eling passenger agent of the Atlantic early today. section, three from middle Florida, Prepare to Meet Chargesby
Crews as Well as Inconvenience of city government but had in Coast Line, who has been making his I, I, and three from the southern part of Riggs National

Public mind the improved form of commis- headquarters in Orlando for some i ARC.DLGETS HORTICULTURAL the state. Bank
sion government by the addition of a weeks, has become so firmly impressedwith ; CONVENTION IN 1916 Various lines of activity undertaken -

Apopka, Fla., April 15.-The citi- .city manager. And if that idea met the exceedingly bright outlookfor by the Florida Growers' and Ship- Washington, April 15.-The treas-
zens of Apopka are very much I i the approval of the people of Orlandoas this city, and seeing so many oth- i Tampa, Fla., April 15.-(Special to'' pers' League were outlined. Its members department officials announced
wrought up over the proposed changein ( stated by me before I left Or- ers invest in realty, caught the spirit the Sentinel.) Orlando made a now number 1,153. uary
schedule of the A. C. L. railway ;,lando), I would be glad to use my in- and this week purchased two very desirable -: strong bid for the 191G meeting place Standard packages will eventually tonight that their inability to prepareto
entering Apopka. The proposed 'fluence; to have an act passed by the lots' in the Bumby addition, ;for the Florida Horticultural Society, be defined by law, believes Mr. Tenny. meet the charges by the Riggs National -
change would reverse the runs and I legislature."The east of the city from Mr. A. B. Slade, but was forced out of the running by This conclusion is based!" on the legal bank in the District supreme

instead of the train crew living In I argument started by Orlando and contemplates in the near future Arcadia, that city securing the next contents for a barrel already estab- court tomorrow morning. Louis D.
Apopka as is now the case they wouldbe papers on the question seems to be erecting a modern residence. In the year's convention on the second bal- lished. Another legal phase, pure
Brandeis, special counsel for the department -
compelled to live in Kissimmee.The based on conclusions arrived at by deal Mr. Cohen fell heir to a wind- lot. The first ballot was: Arcadia 77 fcod regulations dealing with mis-
proposed change would work a their own system of reasoning with- mill and a large water tank that he votes; Fort :Myers 52 votes, and Or- branding and artificial coloring, are of justice in injunction pro-

hardship upon the crew, as most of out facts, in order to create a question wants to dispose of, and any one lando, 37 votes. On the second ballot also coming into effect. ceedings on behalf of the department,

them own their own homes here and as to my intention to representthe needing such articles would do well Orlando withdrew, Arcadia getting 83 Great necessity for a popularizing stated an application would have tote
to force them to leave their homes I county as a whole, and work for to call on him.PROHIBITION. votes r.id Fort Mers 71. Prcciit Trpz.ign to l increase the demand for made to postpone the hearing. lie 1

here and locate in Kissimmee wouldof such measures as have been approved I Hume was re-eectc'. also the entire grapefruit was stressed. This, too, probably will ask for a week or ten

itself be quite unpleasant to them, .by the people. The telegrams re- DAY AT WINTERPAH legislative cot1:ittee. Mr. Teeny said is a critical situation.The days delay.
but the service would also be crip- :ferred to by certain newspapers as I :: Florida Growers' and Shippers'cague The Riggs bank did not protest the

pled, as it would give a. train in here t I+ having been received by me, had no I MENDELSSOHN CLUB has set about remedying it postponement. The treasury officials, "
at about 11 o'clock and leaving out effect or influence in changing my Today will be Prohibition day at '! ;o some extent by prevailing on the while professing their desire to pro-
at about noon, so that any one com- f opinion or governing my actions at Winter Park. Business meeting in The largest and most enthusiastic : railroads to reduce the price of grapefruit ceed with the case at the first prac-
ing in on that train would not have i Tallahassee." I the morning of the Intercollegiate meeting of the season did splendid rehearsal -;: on dining cars. Most of them tical moment, explained that pendingthe t

time to do any shopping here, and I I The idea advanced by several business i Prohibition Association. In the after- work on "Pinafore." A com- have complied. The price on the Sea- I existence of a temporary injunc-
the change would tend to injure I l men of Orlando was that commission I noon the meeting will be in charge of mittee was appointed to select the board is ten cents for a half; fifteen tion the Riggs National bank "is ex- E
Apopka in many ways: A strong pro- I j government was good, but I the W. C. T. U., with Mrs. Mabel Hil- cast of principals, which committee': cents for a whole grapefruit. empt from supervisory power and au- '
test was registered against the changeby I there were some changes that might i j bish Stevens as speaker. In the evening expect to be able to report at next !I thority of the comptroller." 1
the board of trade Monday night, ;!improve the operation of the affairsof ; there will be a "prohibition ora- meeting, which is called for Monday i! The new drainage well south of .

and a committee appointed to take the town, and it was proposed to : torical contest," five colleges being evening next. East Central avenue and west of Lake THE WEATHER
the matter up with the proper author- ,have the question voted on by the citizens -l represented. The Orlando W. C. T. t Harteman has been drilled for a distance -
ities to attempt to have the order re I then ask for legislation. This U. have an invitation, and any one Latest popular music in stock. Music of more than ninety feet and Florida: Fair Friday and Satur-

t scinded. l I seems to have ended the matter. I interested will be welcome. book ordered, stationery at once.and Curtis music &store.O'Neal, has yet to go about thirty-five feet. ; day.

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turned to their home in Detroit,

DAILY SPORT LETTER Mich., last week. They enjoyed their !

stay They through took several the winter automobile very much.trips, I I SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

BY FRANK G. MENKF and were favorably impressed with I''
the developments of the state, especially -
The Famous New York
HAPPYLANDWe Expert. in regard to the good roads Garden and Field Seed ,
movement. The beautiful scenery appealed -
That much talked of Packey Mc- strongly to Mrs. Pierson and

live but once. Let us partake of earth's good Farland-Mike Gibbons bout will be she is an enthusiast over motoring in II
- I worth going miles to see if it is ever Florida.
travel this road that leads to far-off I
things as we a coun- The Junior will ,
Epworth League
staged. And the prospects at this Golden Dent Corn, quart ________________lOc
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try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him writing are that it will be staged give an ice cream sale in the park on
Saturday, April 17, from two to five Hickory King Corn, quart -----___________________lOc
his smokes of the within the next two or three months. I I
who buys McFarland and Gibbons rank as I o'clock. The proceeds go for the ben- Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart ___________-______15c

the greatest boxers in the game. Theyare efit of the little cripple girl of Enterprise i I Country Gentleman Corn, quart -----_____________15c

Good and Bad Cigar Stores the two brainiest the two great- that they are trying to help. White Dent Corn quart .----_____________________lOc

" est ring generals. Both are mastersof They ask a liberal patronage. i Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________-2oc
There will be a silver medal contestat
the mitt both Irish
are game, and game both can are fight. both the church Friday evening at 7:30 : Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc

If the pair ever meet it promisesto o'clock. This class is composed of i,! Kentucky Wonder Beans ____quart 33c:> 3 quarts $1.00

be a real fight. There has been a eight girls from Clermont with Mrs. Red Valentine Beans,________ quart Goc.::;; 3 quarts $1.00

bit of ill feeling between the two for Chas. Lee as superintendent. The Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

several years and this has been increased medal contest work is a departmentof Lima Beans quart --------- -__________________COc::;
of defies the ,'t. C. T. U. A contest creates
other. by hurling at each great interest wherever one is held. Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart SGc.; 3 quarts $1

OUR MOTTO : McFarland once was a lightweight Everyone is cordially invited to at- Florida Favorite Melon Seed, Ib. --________________G3c;

but he passed from that class tend. Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ___________________GOc)
Small Profits and Quick Returns. years ago. Although he has been Tom Watson Melon Seed lb. ______________________?5c

Why not identify yourself with the Co-Operative fighting lightweights during that pe- Tallahassee Compulsory, Fla.-The Education compulsory Bill Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c
Produce Co., and buy your feeds and foodstuffs at cost, .: education bill advocated by the Flor- Black Eye Peas ___________________________quart IScWhipporvvill

plus a small per cent for storing, handling, etc., and be- The -of ida Federation of Women's Clubs is : Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 25e:
probable Clabby's
cause Jimmy -
come an independent and progressive buyer?
one of the most interestcreatingmeasures I
weakness in his
mitt is
right explained -
See us about it. It cost nothing to investigate the
before the I
legislature to-
by Tom Andrews of
Milwaukee. -
plan. day. Store
City Drug| .
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. About three years ago Clabby came Advocates of the bill point to the

L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 to Paris from Australia. I happenedto illiteracy statistics in the state as
I be there at the time with Mrs. An- well as in the rest of the South as J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
the great and imperative need for the
drews. We got up a dinner party and
as we wer leaving the hotel two ne- measure and there will be some argument -

Our New "Eola" Letter FileIs groes were standing on the sidewalk.One pro and con, over the propo-
of them a huge fellow, made sition to compel parents to give their
I some remark about the ladies. children a square deal in the matterof
proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart- Quick as a flash Clabby jumped getting the little ones to become .
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually to the two and demanded over intelligent wise and safe citizens of '
negroes et
an 2'he sarJ
easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young instant apology.The the commonwealth and the republic.
lady can open them with perfect ease.
larger negro of the two made a OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells' for West a Candidate I .
sneering refusal. Hardly had he fin-
35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter Tallahassee, Fla.-Attorney General OPPOSITE POST OFFICE I
ished his sneer when Clabby4 sent
; a
files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the terrific right hand punch to the T. F. West this afternoon stated ,' FRESH AND SALT MEATS

name. mouth. The negro went down in a positively that he intends to be a can- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

\v. S. BRANCH heap. didate for re-election to his office this Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresb
The other negro had a cane and coming summer and that his present and pare.

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STOREs was just at the point of landing on aspirations and intentions are to an- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Clabby's head when one of the other nounce for the gubernatorial honorsof everything in the Meat Line.
chaps in the state four years from that
our party jumped in and engaged -
the second negro. A few seconds time. Co.I I
EC. l\dC. Self &&
later the
second negro staggeredto I
his feet. Then it was that Clabbyhit CONTRACTOK PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
CAREY HAND R. N. SEYMOUR: is the man to see
him again wiht his right-and I
before letting contract, if you are go-
think that was the punch that hurt ing to build and want the best house
Clabby's hand. The negro went cata- possible for money invested
P. O. Box 193.; LPhone 478.
t FUNERAL DIRECTOR pulting to the gutter and he took the 2181mocEPPOSE
count six times over.
F AND EMBALMER Later Clabby said his hand hurt

r him and since then it has given him ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
t i trouble.
I All calls answered Promptly Day After Freddie Welsh has drawn o nGffice?
down about $200,000 in American SHEET METAL CO.

t or Night. Hand Block. money he will probably risk losinghis

, title in a finish fight with Willie
Ritchie-if Ritchie is still a light- Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
} Orlando Florida. weight at the time. ,

E 1 The American public has clamoredfor phonea r ,w>* and Rubber Roofings

t. PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 451.t a Ritchie-Welsh bout ever since pal and just

I Welsh won in London last summer. at that instant Cornices Skylights. .Heating Ventilating; Metal Ceilings
Welsh partially answered the call the greatest liv- __
ing detective I Bj Ki-4 iT\
granting Ritchie 13-round chance I
1I a at
him stepped out of IMPWl&*3-HHHM Works: 14 E. Church St. 5 ORLANDO .
f in New York. Welsh gambled on :. the booth you
the chance of staving off a Ritchie were about to '
I .
1 knockout punch-and he won. Ritchie enter and said
1F outclassed Welsh in that bout but it "You can telephone from my office.
F SA.-Y no-decision What would YOU do?
: was a affair and Welsh
s retains the championship. See what Anna Little does, as the
heroine of The Black Box.
See its 15 gripping episodes at this The Orlando Meat Market
Mr. Business Man I will Newsy Briefs theater. There's a punch in every ,
scene, a smash in every episode.If :
t.\ offer for ten days to sub- From OaklandOakland enthralled you enjoy when the you-movies, you'll be T. A. YANCY, Manager]

divide the property cor- Sec THE BLACK BoxThe Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice ,

Fla., April 14.-Fred Hal- Photoplay Serial Supreme Florida and Western Meats
ner Orange Avenue Jack- 1S Episodes-a week
tenhoff is home this week from New

, son and Boone streets in York, greeting his many friends. lie STARTS SATURDAY NIGHT Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables\Game\ Etc.
has been traveling 'extensively allover
: parcels to suit purchaser.Look the United States the last two Roof Garden Theatre Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

years as salesman for a large hat
the matter over. (Business "135 P. O. BOX 226
firm.Mr. PHONES< Residence' |33 Cor. Orange Ave and ChurchSt.Fiire .
T. B. Wren of Clermont, came LUNIY AL I
Saturday to visit his daughters over

C. A. HOVEY Thursday evening a crowd of young -

people went over to Mr. Collier's pavilion 1
on the Gour Neck and had a

merry time. Ice ereetrriWhen

:Miss Verner, who has bene spend-
r I ing the winter with her niece, Mrs. .

.-. Query, returned to her home in South
rI I Carolina last week. James Annie I

i and Martha Query accompanied her. you want PURE ICE For Party

I Miss Margaret Shaw and brother CREAM: call for lIA D.S. If
Hammond &QoreFUNERAL
'I Ben. of Ormond came over from Winter you don't believe that we take -- Clubthe .
Park, where they are attending
greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
Rollins College, to spend the weekend Church SocialSchool
I I facture come up and watch us
;!1 with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maurice. tubercular tested cows. All

REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I Mr and Mrs. Clyde Teasley entertained make it. You will be surprisedcans, moulds and everything I SocialLodge I
at the detallls given.
I a group of young people at care every
', used in the manufacture of our
their home
hospitable on Friday even- kind want, time
COMPARE Any you any
I :i ing. Merry games were played. Re- Ice Cream is thoroughly steriI-
I you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
freshments of ice cream and cake
OUR FURNITUREWe 1 were sen-ed.Mr from a quart up. lZ cd. .
'I I i,
and Mrs. Mather Smith and You are cordially invited to Hands Pure
provide the quality i of furniture that has long ramil ". and guests, Mr. and Mrs. inspect our factory at any
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the Kearney and Mr. Todd, motored over time. Ice CreamHANDS
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. to Daytona: Beach last week in honorof
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make tittle Grace Mary's birthday. They I
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof had a wonderful time it being the
this business, and that means much to any bujer.MCNEIL ;children's first sea bathing.
Quite a company of Orlando people ICE CREAM CO.
spent Sunday at the Collier home, on .
\ & DAVIS BLOCK, 'the Gourd Neck. Among them were

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando Fla. Mr and Mrs. Warner and daughters.Mrs. W. Jefferson Street
.J, Moody, Mrs. Brigham. Mr. Hill PHONE 566 ;
and Mr. Frost i
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f I From_Taft, Fla. HAS CHANGED 'I 1)ollar) '

"REPS" Mrs.Taft Geo., Fla.Dennison, April 14 left l, 1915.last-week Mr. and for By a French Correspondent of the Q Day Bargains

Decatur, Ind.., to spend part of the International News Service

summer. George said they were go- In France, April 10.-The French
ing early so that they could get back
is different from what it
. N'GOODWORKEWTON sooner, as he wants to get back in used army to be.very Our forefathers fought
watermelon time, sure. i indeed" also'. At The Store t
I very gallantly, but they j Big i iSATURDAY
Mr. J. D. Miller, formerly of Taft, I J liked to be praised. It is quite an- ,

now of Tampa, and Mr. J. T. Aycock, !|other matter today. Nobody pays j H

DEN, AND GRIFFIN IN of Tampa, were visitors here last !
j I much attention to the individual acts |

LIMELIGHT week. : Taft Transients i of gallantry performed every day on :i : MONDAY and TUESDAY

Many I she l whole French front; very little of ,
Transients registering at the Nelson -
the real state of mind of our "poilus"our
NEWTON PRESIDES AS SPEAKERAnd House lately were E. D. Covington -
hairy ones-as we call them.
Plant City; O. D. Davis, Kissimmee As a matter of fact, the "poilus" 3 BIG DAYS 3 .

Fills Chair With Ease and R. Hembree; C. F. Thieman, Florence, Decatur, S. C.;, Ill.D. ;W.J. themselves to the do opinion not attach of the much gallery importance -, You can<< make your dollars buy more at the Big Store

Grace-Griffin Is Head Marsh, Greensboro, N. C.; Florence J. and perform their duty in a silent than store in Orlando. We few of the
quote a
Sunbury, Brooklyn, N. Y.; P. T. John- any

. of an Important son, Toledo, Ohio; R. J. Wilbur, Roch- way. Hundreds of other items
If one turns now to the question of many bargains. just as good.
CommitteeBy ester, N. Y.; A. W. Jones, Minneapolis -
the physical condition of the French

Minn. infantry, after six months warfare, DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY
C. F. Johnson Among our people doing businessin
one comes across a general fact whichis
Tallahassee, Fla., April .-When Orlando on Saturday were J. S.
perhaps amazing.It i
the question of submitting the consti- Barklow, A. E. Boyce, A. J. Richardson is the infantryman who has had LAWNS in white and fancy regu- CHILDREN'S DRESSES, splendid I

tutional amendment was up for dispo- Miss Lydia Ryall, Mrs. J. N. to bear the greatest hardships of the ular 12t/c. and 15c. values 10 :yds $1.00 line to choose from, $1.25 quality $1.00

sition in the house Tuesday, Repre- Ahik, Miss A. Miss Josie Col-
winter campaign. He is the man who CAM; URIC, fine soft finish yard wide LADIES DRAWERS, made of a good
sentative A. B. Newton, of Orange lins, Mrs. W. N. Gartman and C. II.
county, was called to the chair in or- Nelson. sits in the trenches and also the man 12' ;.>c. quality, 12 yards for ______1.00 quality muslin 25c. quality 5 for $1.00
who dies. I know of French division -
der that Speaker Carey A. Hardee I Return From State EncampmentOur a a'SLIX. bleached, free from dress- LADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of

could take the floor to speak for the G. A. R. and W. R. C. people fered which since October has suf- ing, yard wide lOc. quality, 14 yds Gingham; and Percales, 1.25 quality -

submission of the amendment. Speaker who attended the state encampmentat a number of casualties reachingover for ___________________________$1.00 for -------------------_____$1.00
3,000 men; out of this number
Pro Tern. T. T. Turnbull was the Jacksonville have returned and report LADIES KIMONAS: good styles
there were only twenty gunners, all BROWN MUSLIN full yard wide, 7c ,

author of the house resolution, and a very pleasant time. Every- the rest being infantry. Then, as we quality, 20 yards for ____________$1.00 $1.25 quality for -----__---_____$1.00
therefore he did not wish to take Mr. thing passed off harmonious and
Hardee's place. the "Blue and the had to hold such a long line, very few One lot of Lawns, Voiles, Madras LADIES WHITE SKIRTS good qual-
Mr. Newton presided with the hand together socially, and Gray"mingling all units have had any rest besides the and Batiste in whites, slightly ity, regular $1.25 grade for ______81.00Bl"NGALOY
one they get in the course of the or- soiled worth 30c. 35c. and 50c.
of an old timer at the business, and seemed to realize the fact that the APRONS GOc. quality -

made a good impression on the mem- war was over several years ago. dinary relief from the trenches. Special, 6 yards for ___________1.00 special." 2 for ------__________$1.00
This implies that three days out of
bers of the house. Mr. Newton has Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Mockettare SHEETS a good quality 72x90,
six the men were in the mud, and reg- BOYS PANTS. $1.25 and $1.50 quality -

become one of the favorites in the among the visitors who are enjoy- that during the other three days they ular 50c. quality 3 for __________$1.00 special for _____$1.00
house, always having a pleasing smile, ing the spring season in St. Peters-
were billeted in some uncomfortable SHEETS a good heavy weight, full
BOYS WASH SUITS, 50 different
and a good word of advice for the new after
burg having spent the greater place to which the "black marias"were size, 65c. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 and $1.50 quality for $1.00
members. Having served in the house portion of the winter at Taft, one of
paying occasional visits. Hence
some years ago he is on to all the the new colonies in the interior of the PILLOW CASES a good heavy BOYS SHIRTS AND BLOUSES 75c

rules of getting legislation throughthe state. They are from Lynn, Mass. a strain permanent which bodily have and nervous the grade size, 42x36, 15c. quality, 10 quality, 2 for __________________$1.00

bouse, and naturally his advice is Mr. Mockett is among the most en- might worn out for ___________________________$1.00
strongest man. Now, in spite of BOYS BATHING SUITS, 75c. quality -
thusiastic fishermen in the
city and PILLOW CASES 42x36 and 45x36
Newton intends to introduce a these circumstances all agree that the 2 for -_____________I_______$I.OO
nearly every day is with a party go- state of health is better among them made of a good heavy: muslin scal-

biH' to give Oakland the desired system ing out on the bay or gulf.-St. Pe- than it usually is in this season when loped, regular 25c. quality, 6 for __$1.00 CHILDREN'S ROMPERS, $1.25

of taxation. It is understood the tersburg Times. the quality for ____________________$1.00
troops lead their ordinary garrison -
BEDSPREADS large size good
bill he will introduce is in accordancewith Mrs. John Hill and Mrs. ("Grand- ,
the wishes of the citizens of ma" Thomas life. weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SHOES for Misses and Children
) ill but
are quite improving One day, I remember, I had been sizes" 81/2 to 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00
Oakland.Mr. at TABLE LINEN bleached 60 inches
slightly present writing. rather the ,
S. S. Griffin, being a memberof Auction Sale SpiritedThe badly of impressed units by appearance wide, 39c. quality, 4 yards for ____$1.00 BAREFOOT SANDALES in Tan for
the organized labor committee, has land sale, free barbecue, with I Misses and Children, sizes 8'/ to 2

many questions to consider that are brass band, etc., passed of lively, sev- from the trenches whom I met on the TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for -_____________________I____$1.00
road. The men were simply covered wide, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality -
of vital importance to the workingmen eral lots sold and host of
were a pea 'with mud from head to foot; even 2 yards for _________________$1.00 LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS
of the state. But he is proving ple were fed. The auctioneers, the odd lot, worth to $1.00 special$1.00
their caps had a khaki color which up ,
TABLE DAMASK bleached 2
equal to the occasion and is always on Penny Bros. and the Thomas Bros., yards
was not unusual with French home in- wide Irish Linen $1.25 DINING ROOM CHAIRS solid oak
the job. The committee on labor has are hustlers, and the Richardson pure ,

quite a number of important bills in Bros.' band, with their lively music fantry. The colonel commanding the for ________________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
regiment, whom I after
saw shortly ,
charge at the present time and will and songs, added much to the enjoy- LADIES HOSE black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS 16 and 18 inch
to have look at these
tomorrow hold a session to pass on ment of the occasion.Mr. I men nothat me they a had time to clean same 50c. quality, 3 pairs for _________$1.00 regular $1.50 quality for ________$1.00

the value of the measures. Mr. Grif- J. II. Estes, our former popular LADIES SILK GLOVES 16 button,
themselves and rest for a while. They: SUIT CASES, 21 inch regular, $1.50

fin is very enthusiastic over the com- hardware merchant, is evidently pre- I all looked merry and healthy. The black and white, $1.50 quality_ $1.00 quality, special for _____________$1.00
mittee work, and in fact he works paring to launch into business
mud had not done them any harm. RIBBONS, beautiful line in plain and
like one who had been making laws as he has just bought the block and CURTAIN SCRIM white and ecru.
I had the same surprise a. few days fancy, worth up to 45c, 5 yards for $1.00 '
for many years. But that is not unusual lot at No. 48 Palm avenue, facing the 25c. and 29c. quality, 5 yards for_$1.00
ago, when I met a friend who is over MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS odd lot 1.50
for men that come from Orange park, a desirable location. ,
very RUGS Crex and Wool Fibre, size 36x
40, and was known to me as being quality special for _____________$1.00
county. Recent transients : ? the Nelson rather delicate in health. He had 72, $1.50 quality for ___________ _$J.OO
House were A. D. Buck, Eau Gallie; WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quality -
I been four months in the I
C. H. Tharp, Winter Park; M. Cala- trenches special for _________________$1.00 FANCY ART CHINA, beautifully
Pinecastle ItemsPine without catching much as a cold. decorated, worth $1.50 to $2..:>0
maris, Tarpon Springs John Thomas, MEN'S FOUR IN HAND TIES odd
; Various reasons can, I suppose, be your choice ____________________$1.00
Topeka, Kas.; and Albert. Jackson, given for that unexpected result. Con- lot, 50c. quality, 3 for _______--__$1.00MEN'S

Castle, Fla. April H.Ir.Junius Oxford, Maine.Appropriate. stant life in the air must be responsible UNION SUITS, one lot, regu- ALUMINUM KETTLE, 4 quart size

Whatley, of' Lake Alfred, is exercises were held at for something open ; besides, the- lar $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _____ __________$1.00
here on a business trip. the hall at the Nelson House on April 2 DOZEN LEADED GLASS TUMBLERS !
'I troops are warmly clad and better fed LADIES GINGHAM APRONS, 25c.

Miss Hallie Hansel has returned 9th, on the fiftieth anniversary of the than at home. Anyhow, the fact remains quality, 5 for __________________$1.00 thin and dainty for _____$1.00 t
from a visit with relatives in Winter close of the war, or "Appomattoxday.
." that the "poilus" are enjoying LADIES GOWNS, 75c. quality, spec- JAPANESE BASKETS beautifulline
Park. Speeches, recitations
etc., features of. the songs strong appetites and sound sleep, and ial, 2 for ----_________________$1.00 worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00
: Lura Stinespring is visiting in were gathering. very few of them have had to be sent .

St. Petersburg.Mrs. to
F. W. Anderson and daugh- 8,516 SILOS IN TEXAS DEP'T.i i
ters, Edith and Marie, spent Sunday
Farm and Fireside days: "The TeX- NEWEST IN SCIENCEFor
with Mr. and Mrs. Stubbins of Lake !
as Business Men's Association reports !I I
olden. LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 3
8,516 silos in Texas. Two-thirds of cutting close to the lines of a

home Mr. and from Mrs.New Jos.Sm'TIlaIonday L. Sundy arrived, these were built in 1913, and silos (' pattern there has been invented a 3 Cans V. C. Cream, large, value _____SOc 3 cans Tomatoes -__________________30c i 1;

having made the round trip in their were going up last summer" at the 11''I frace in which shears are placed and 2 cans Tomatoes, value -___________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder ----_________35c

auto and greatly enjoying their visit rate of about 15 a day. automatically operates as a guide follows 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot. Blue] Ketchup --------________25c ;

with relatives on the East Coast. the lines. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans Best Corn ----------________40c j

Rev. Henry Slater and Mr. and ,I Bergamot oranges, which are cultivated 1 bottle n, H. Ketsup, value __________15c 3 Rolls Toilet Paper -------_________25c ,
solely for the oil obtained from The Swiss government decided to -
Mrs. Wm. C. Roberts and children,
Miss Esther and Master Marshall their skins, will grow successfully in favor its single phase system for I $1.45 $1.55

one small region in Calabria. electrifying its railways in preference !
Roberts, have moved to Drennen. We LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. 4 i
to the third rail because it cost 10 percent j
regret losing these residents
much and trust they will join us very on The free ends of a new English detachable -I less to make the change.The 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 Ibs Best Lump Starch ________________

every occasion possible.Mr. rim for automobile wheels i 1 can best California Pears, value ____SOc 7 Cakes Lenox Soap __________________

and Mrs. II. L. Haigwood have overlap and can be drawn together i classified advertising depart- 6 pkg. Jewell Matches, value ________30c. 3 packages Pearline ___________________

moved to Orlando owing to Mr. llaig- with a jack to permit a tire to be ment special of advertisements today's issue contains that some in- 1 bot. Lemon Extract _____________25c 2 packages Cel Starch ______________-__
wood's work. easily removed. I'terest' you. Read them over and see. 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup _--------_______25c 2 Ivory Soap, small ___________________

Quite a number from here attended : .---- 1 Bottle Best Ammonia -----____- _--

the barbecue at Taft. ; $1.40 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner _____ hhh__

The new fence and garage at the : Montgomery Route ExpressFavorite

hotel improves the appearance of that a'1-thc-ycar train from Jacksonville to St. Louis. Through I YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT '
place considerably. It looks FOR $1
: as thoughMr.
;.v drawing: ruum sleepers; all meals in dining car. Two nights and oo. day.
J. II. Smith
estate man.
Dixie Limited and Flyer South Atlantic Limited
was going to stay with us awhile,and
Piii Limited fastest and 611C'.t Sou b Atlantic L.oied.tb. qickt
we hope he will, for in the little time train toth Northwest. !>ixi Fly" mm-- ,-< > 'nv<-aint way to Ciaei.a.tifame..r.arround.en
j ire to Chi ( \ -iind.; ,
< Indianapn'.ii. LoliTillf
he has lived here he has made some ease M. Louie and other JK> ub. Prtrtut aDd Central Nectar ,.tab ROOF GARDEN TO-NIGHT

good changes and we wish him success -j Why Travel by the Land N.? l ,

in his endeavor to build up and Because of fast time, rock ballasted track, modern trains unexcelled .
improve Pine Castle. The country is dining cars; service to every important terminal in the West and Northwest FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW
choice f routes, accommodating" aid oS 'ials. .
; agents enriloycfs / l I
so beautiful in its spring attire that .. i.i.
Tar full iafornatios. r""rYahOD' .1(" 'pbunf. writ or wire < ]fci
we would seem unappreciative not to H.C. BRETNEY FUrUa r.... A..... 1J4 W.Bar CL ,3eC>j_e 15T Jaeiisrsrae! ,FU. a Imp Drama, King Baggot
Gold ?crJ I Urarnx 2 f'. :.=. Chrir.f.I.o".'..
the C. fon \ _
routu to
improve things about us to be in harmony == fr. : F-.po itm tit<- [nr details rVJs2jL ,J".J.:' ..:. "ONE NI GhT"

with nature itself.A .
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Ij j Why don't you call and let us quote you cur low
i Admission Free,until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights oc. and lOc. y
far as is known, the silo which j

John Edwards, who lives near Engle- | Summer Rates at theHotel

wood, Kas., is building will be the

largest in the world. It will be fifty

feet high, fifty feet across and fifteen Empire :: Towell-Buckwortli Co.

feet in the ground. When completedit

will hold 2,500 tons of ensilage. Mr.

Edwards owns 10,000 head of cattle. The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added, i
Store. Did It.
-Kansas City Journal. Largest "Quality
makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.

All round money getters-want ads. .11111111111eIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIII I..III.I..IIIIIIII.IIII..III.. i .<1U


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South Florida SentinelMORNING William R. Nelson, of the Kansas ( W. S. Branch) i
City Star, dead at seventy-four, was
AND WEEKLYW. one of the ablest and most aggressive The Times-Union Philosopher must
M. GLENN ..... ...............EditorW. journalists of his day, an editor of the be under the lure of a suffragette or I FOR SALE I
C. ESS1NGTON Baainea Manager old militant breed that fights battles. else he is a natural born matrimonial [
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Kansas City is in population only cynic. Here is his latest wail: "It's i
Entered at the poetoffire at Orlando. Flor-
ida as Second Claas Mail Matter. the twentieth town in the United better to have loved and lost than I I
States. This means a severe limitation be married and forever bossed."
SUBSCRIPTION RATES of the financial resources possiblefor Cheer up, Phil, you need a little of I

Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 the building up of a great paper; the "Spirit of '76" that wrote that i
Daily 6 Months ...................... %.50 but Mr. Nelson knew how to make immortal document beginning, "When I
Daily. :3 Months ...................... 1.25 "
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50Weekly. journalism count in a wider field. Not in the course of human events, etc. i
only was he the first citizen of his If Tommy Jefferson and Georgia Within few h"rt weeks SUMMER -
._1 Year ._..................... $1.00 home town, but his influence was a Washington had been like you this A new two-story a very >
GLORIOUS SUMMER, with its bril-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN strong politcal I and social factor country would still be paying taxesto eight room modern
His I II liant sunshine and exquisitively cool
ADVANCETO throughout eastern Kansas. policies the king of England. I I
ADVERTISERS were, in fact, rather Kansan -o-- II I and unique dwell and breezy c'cningand nights will be
: than Missourian; he faced the West.It Mrs. Vernon Castle has had her i these
with U:'. Are YOU prepared to meet
Copy for dMplay and all other hand-set was part of Mr. Nelson's distinguished hair cut which starts all the girly' I ing, with double
sdTtrtisinK must be handed in at the business success that he recognizedjournalism girls who.try to dance like her to delightful days anl\ nights with! appropriate -
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. as a profession. He built shearing their locks.Tampa Tribune. sleeping porches, apparel? Are all your sewing arrangements
This applies
Ie the chances day before for publiration.contract advertising-. ; it is up an efficient stall and kept it to- A man named Samson once got intoa I modern garage and made? Can you look forward with
invariable and will be strictly adhered. to.Subscribers <>>. gether year after year, winning the lot of trouble and lost his prestigehis to what the hot weather will
----- -- loyalty of his assistants and gaining hair cut. :Mrs. Castle and the butlers quarters '
desiring The Sentinel discontinued bring forth? We believe some can but
should notify the office in writing on for his public advocacy the precisionand girly girls should beware.Mr. ,
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be power of a strong and practiced ---()-- very pretty location frankly we have our doubts as to the ma- .
continued at the regular subscription rates. organization. The result was a news- II. Hillman says it is not his overlooking Lake jority. SE\YI WEEK will help those
until notice to stop is received. with personality one that skillful work that has made that
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 could paper not be a omitted from;the list of garden. But for fear Judge Cheney fine Eola. $4500.00 will who have been either tanhor could not

American journals of the first rank in might hear of it we must refuse to find the time, and SEIXGVEEK will
FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1913.; character and influence.-New York state the reason Mr. Hillman assignsfor buy this if taken appeal to others as a means of increasingtheir
I World. his success in raising "truck."
And a, woman's nerve frequently : (How honored should Orlando feel now, it is a bargain. wardrobe at considerable moneysaving -

makes a man nervous.o I in knowing that Bishop Cameron Miss Pauline Nuckolls, the popularand economies.
I :Mann, of this city Episcopal bishop attractive
o- daughter of :Mr. and
of Florida, is to deliver the funeral
Mrs. W. L. Nuckolls ------
doesn't that left yesterday ---
is what a woman say I
oration Kansas the
keeps a man guessing.o City today over afternoon to visit friends and relatives -
o remains of such a distinguished, aggressi.e in Richmond and Asheville later

journalist.) joining her parents at their old homein
selfish man, like a ball of twine, oi

is wrapp.1 l up in himself.o i OFFICERS OF THE GRAND COM Bristol Tenn. S. G. Dolive & Son JIi

Anyway it's none of a man's busi- MANDERY 1913-1916;
ness how old a woman is.

o W. R. O'Neal, grand commander. REAL ESTATENo. I I II II
better to be and doing than & Bnimlaiie
It's up Frank B. Stoneman, deputy grand ( I /
it is to be down and done.o .
commander. 3 WEST PINE STREET
him who Charles II. Ketchum, grand gener-
All things may come to Second Floor
waits-except his missing hair. alissimo. Personal instruction under Dr. Still

o Henry O. Snow, grand captain gen- at Kirksville, Mo.

If all the talkers were fi;hteis the eral. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples ------- ._- .- _- --.

t world would soon be depopulated. Charles S. Hill, grand senior war- National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing.
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i A really handsome woman is one den.John
L. Hall, grand junior warden. I
I whose mirror backs up vanity. j I
o Thomas Griffith, grand prelate.

:Many a man turns over a new leaf William S. Ware, grand treasurer.

.f one day and turns o it back the next. Wilber P. Webster, grand recorder. 1

Dorsey II. Rutter, grand standard !
i| But one doesn't need to be a bot-
anist in order to recognize a bloomingI
I idiot. W. O. IJichtmann, grand sword '
0 bearer.S. xljlzel

t Kisses that are not intoxicating A. Johnson, grand warder. I /
f may be the kind that drive men to Jos. Dawson /
grand captain of the
: drink.A I
o guard. !

t wise man never interferes with Messrs. O'Neal, Johnson and Daw- AvenueI
i a woman who is minding her own son are all of Orlando commandery."OLD .
business. i MONDAY NEXT

l 0 DUTCH" AT TilE GRAND have recently purchased the Hadley property'situated i i
The more a man gets the more he ; IS THE FIRST DAY OF SEWING WEEKIn
wants-unless a police judge is deal- directly across from Osceola Hotel.
ing it out. Manager Tallman of the Grand every City or Town of importance-
theatre This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
o presented at his house last wherever a store of the size, character,

A child's cuteness or impudence depends I night the remarkable photoplay, "Old number of bearing fruit trees.I and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrif-
on whether it belongs to you or Dutch" in which
was seen Fields. is dis-
to one of the neighbors.If Mr. Fields will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof ty community-SE\VING a
was supported in the picture tinct feature.
o by two stars who support him in feet off' south end:
a man is an idealist he has: ro Aside from the money saving advantages of
business.behind the scenes of a thea- his stage production of the "High The house is in good condition and is arranged into HOME DRESSMAKING which this store cannot
ter, or i in the kitchen of a cheap restaurant Cost of Loving"-Vivian Martin and
light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income too strongly advocate-we believe the habit of
George Hassel. There was a barrelof
o fun. Two hours of enjoyable pic- of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I setting aside one week-say in each month-is

The ascent of the ladder of fame going to become more and more general.It
tures and
well arranged musical
may be difficult, but we never notice a bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
by the Grand orchestra initiative resourcefulnessand
the program delighted developes ,
splinters until we begin to slide BARGAIN.Cash .
down again. I Io the patrons. a keener appreciation of good values,

or terms. which to economical women-TO YOU-

Sometimes it doesn't matter who DIED AT CLERMONT will become more valuable as time passes.To .

gets the longest bit of wishbone! For all who have ever felt that they are,with all
if she wins he will win, and if she Miss
M. Pleake 21
loses, he will win. A game: much safer years their work and planning not accomplishing as
to play than poker, the stake is so al- old, died at Clermont yesterday after- much as should be accomplished towards replenishing

luring. And it's so sure! Like play noon, death being caused by heart the children's and their own wardrobes,
ing tag: with Cupid, you know all the failure. The deceased and her mother I
while it." S. Y. WAY > -
"you're were spending the winter at Clermont, SEWING WEEK OFFERS UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES -
their home being at Rome, N. Y.,

IT FORORLAN'DO.. where the remains will be shipped The joy of making something useful-and the sat-

Are you a member of the Board of from Clermont today. Undertaker Insurance and Real Estate Agent isfaction which comes with knowing that spare

Trade? If not, why not? Look your- Hand had charge of all arrangements.TOO moments are being used to good purpose--will be

self straight in the face in your mir- YOURS the minute you enter the spirit of SEW-
this morning and the mat
ror argue IN WEEK and turn it to practical account.
ter out finally and honestly. Then LATE TO CLASSIFY PHONE 172

you will send in your application for TO FACILITATE your efforts along
membership the first thing when you FOR SALE-Choice cut roses and
reach your place of business.A bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson. Bar- these lines, we will arrange suggestive
-o tholomew Place, Colonial Drive. Sewing Week Displays in the windows and
LITTLE LESSON 4-16-2w throughout the store, demonstrating the

IN ARITHMETIC. FOR SALE-Good, gentle horse, safe made garment and also giving the actual

The more conventions Orlando can for a child to drive, buggy and har- costs, that we are sure you will appreciate.
secure the more money the business ness. Come and see Max Isen, 601
interests of the city will receive. West Church street. 4-lG-3t I There Will Be Special OfferingsIn
The twenty-sixth annual conclaveof
the Grand Commandery, Knights FOR RENT-Seven room furnishedor Silks, Dress and Wash Goods, special offer

Templar of Florida will be held in unfurnished house, for the sea- \ ings in Linings, Embroideries, Laces, Trimmingsand

Orlando next year. The twenty-fifth son or by the year; rent very reason- Notions.
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conclave has just been brought to a able. Inquire 208 Garland street.
close at Daytona.It 4-16-61 SPECIAL SALESIn
was estimated that 400 Knightsleft
Dress Lawns Muslins Domestics and all
behind, on an average: $10. Four 25 HOGS for sale cheap; from 50 to I
hundred multiplied by ten equals 200 pounds; good sows for breed- f tt ti cr"1 kindred lines.

4,000. Consequently a conservative ing; no razorbacks. Apply at once to 1j
estimate is that Daytona profited to E. C. Bates, Altamonte hotel, Alta-
an extent of $4,000 by the recent con- monte Springs, Fla. 4-16-lt* \ YOU are in doubt as to what you

clave. I want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN
Next more Knights should
FOR SALE-On account of impor-i
come to Orlando than went to Daytona ,
tant business I will sell my entire |
because Orlando is more centrally The Pictorial Review Patterns
stock of groceries and fixtures situa-i ,
located and Orlando is the logical I
convention '
ted Orange F. G. Jones.
on avenue.
center for Florida. the Standard all the
Lookingat Giles & Hovey building.1166t* I recognized over
nextear's conclave from a purely
States: -can help you.
commercial aspect $5,000 will be left
in Orlando for the hotels, the garages, HELP TEn-GOOn SEWERS i AS A STILL further inducement to get YOU
the book stores, the dry goods stores. FOR DRESSMAKING DEPART I
BIG well
interested in this plan return to you
and various other business houses. :MENT. Apply at 8 o'clock a. m. '
Real estate men may also make salesto I :Mrs. W. I.. Burnett Rooms 9, 10 and 'I for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on
investors impressed by Orlando's 20, ell-Duckworth Bids. 4-16-lt' every dollar. This is in addition to the special

oportunities.Aside prices prevelant throughout the store during the
from the money viewpoint CLIFF COHEN, passenger agent, Atlantic week.
conventions are good for Orlando be- Coast Line, requests those
cause of the following reasons: that expect to join the Bieler party WE SHALL LOOK FOR YOU!
1st. The people actually see what Friday night to"t'w: York get their
Orlando is doing in building opera- identification cards at once from Mr.
tions, improvements and civic betterment White, ticket agent at depot.
4-16-lt 1 I

2nd. People come in contact with to
the citizens of Orlando and learn to 1914 FORD TOURING: CAR SACRI Come 1ZS

know that they are trustworthy, hon- FICED-Owner going North Satur-

est, courageous, morally responsibleand day; machine fully equipped and in Your Tonic DICKSON .IYfS CO.
congenial.3rd. excellent condition. 304 North Orange Spring
People leave Orlando and tel avenue. P. O. Box 146.
their friends of its natural beauties, 4-16-lt
its paving, its sanitation, its health- If you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now

fulness and other advantages. In 1st DO YOU PAY CASH for your and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the pois
short a convention is the very best feeds? .OIDEP ART ME NT STORE.
advertisement that Orlando can pos- 2nd.! Do you buy your feeds where ons absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you. ..

sibly have. you get the most" for your cash" '? Bring us your prescriptions ; we fill them right.

visitors 4th. A will convention spend money means by that patron-the Orlando 3rd. If Co-operative you do, you Produce buy of us.Co.The Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right. ORLANDO'S YO RITE SHOPPING PLACE

izing Orlando merchants. 4th. If you do not. you will do well The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

More conventions, more money; to see us. The Orlando Co-operative MERCK'S PHARMACY of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
more conventions, greater prestige; Produce Co. 4-16-2tc! chandise at right pricesrc
increased advertis
more conventions, THE REXALL STORE

ing.Boost for conventions for Orlando. Get the news in the Sentinel first. Phone 68. Quick Delivery 1 -

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Friday evening, April 9th, in
Knowles Hall Winter Park, was held
the annual n
Prohibition oratorical contest -
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK ADDITIONAL LOCAL I to select the speaker to repre-
sent Rollins College at the Intercolle- '

l ftiday, April 16 Mrs Mildred Johnson who has giate Prohibition Oratorical Contestto 1
Entre Nous Club, Miss Roberta spent the winter in Orlando, at 12 .. *-*- *.. be held at that place April Ulth: U
Branch. North # popular young men of the
Shelby street will return to "
The Nullos Club, Miss Margaret Hart her home in Ocean Grove, \. J., to- college took part in the competition, : .: '
# # Mr. Donald llanin.Ir.. Edwin
hostess.St. Mc-
She with condi- '
was delighted 0
Cecelia's Guild, annual meeting. Quaters, and Mr. Benjamin Shaw.
tions in this city and contemplates '. I
The 1
-0-- Lx judges were Mrs. Harvey Gibbs :: f41
returning + .
season. \c; ?w and Miss \ '
MRS. GORDON WRIGHT Kimball, of Winter Park. 1 :::--
and Prof. ..
HOSTESS YOUNG MATRONS.Mrs. Meyer, Western Reserve
Gordon Wright was the charming Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Herron left yes- College, Ohio. From the amount of I -:.;-/
hostess Wednesday afternoon for terday for their home in Boyne City; time it took them to decide upon the /1/
the Young Matrons Card Club. Sev- Mich.\ They stated yesterday that successful contestant, it was quite ev- 'I 1.\
eral of the members were unable to they enjoyed the delightful climate ident that their grading of the three !f
and congeniality in Orlando and that orators was close However. 9 0
attend so there was just one table of I very j COMMENDABLE QUALITY JEWELRY
they expecetd to spend next season they finally reached the decision that
players. Mrs. W. C. Essington made association with i
nigh score winning the prize, a dain- here. Mr. Donald Marvin should be chosento No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for the n
ty piece of hnad painted china. Quan- represent Rollins College at the No matter how much
I DAVID BELASCO price. you pay, you get intrinsic value for
tities of nasturtiums and violets madean Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Manuel\ returned coming state contest. He will also
artistic decoration for the recep- 'st night from their wedding trip, receive a jrold medal. ll your money. Aside from real values you can choose from an as- I t
tion room, and after the frame an ice including St. Augustine and Jackson- presents While the judges were out. three sortment unrivalled here-abouts. p
cream course was served. Mrs.Wright's ville, and for the present will make songs were artistically rendered. Miss I i in
guests weeIrs.. Joseph their home with Mrs. Manuel's aunt. Edna Galloway sang "The Creole Ser- I 11t
I Miss Lizzie Mathews, 22 East Church enade," Miss Florence Keasle. "The '
Bumby, Jr.Irs.. W. C. Essington, a picture version of David I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Mrs. W. M. Davis Mrs. Phil Slemons. street. Spring Is Here. and Mr. Jack Shan- ,
Mrs. Bumby will entertain the club at Belasco's most sympathetic dra- non, "Heart's Ease." d]
the next meeting, April 28. j' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Irving, veteran matic success of modern American The Intercollegiate Prohibition Ora- = :OE: '"
-0-- I winter residents of Orlando, left last torical Contest will be held at Knowles
KNIGHTS OF i 1 night for Westfield, N. J., where Mr. I business, society and politics Hall, Winter Park, this evening, at
PYTIIIAS.The Irving is largely interested in the 8:15 o'clock. Five colleges of the
session Friday evening, April 'coal and lumber business. They havea I state will be represented, and a jrreat
16th, will be devoted to a reception to ; pretty home on Orange avenue deal of interest is being manifested A SAVING IN PAINT:

our new members and visiting which they will occupy early in the in the event. is not made by buying cheap paints,
Knights. All members of Welcome fall.
Lodge No. 9 are requested to be pres-I I I "THE GOVERNOR'S LADY"by but by purchasing the very best
ent, and all visiting Knights in the A grades, such;< for instance as we han-
party composed of Mrs. L. B. Alice Bradley '
vicinity are cordially invited to at- I.ombartIr.. and Mrs. Kermon and LucerneTODAY a tI1e. Just think how much more poor

tend. Refreshments and music. I'i daughter, Mrs. L. N. Chadwick C. 11. ,This photodramatic classic signalizes p. paints cost you if you have to keep
Murry S. King, C. C. Whitted, are visitors from Orlando
\ them
J. 7'. Dale, K. of R. and S. !': today. After a look around St. Pe- I the first screen appearance \i v,4 renewing every year "or two.
Think how much
-0-- I 1 I cheaper are our
tersburg they will .5
probably spend of Miss Mathison, generally -
NOTICE OF W. C. T. U. I i their future winters here though they paints which last twe or three times
MEETING.The expressed themselves as being strongly l recognized as the foremost ':/ ( as long.
W. C. T. U. mothers' meetingwill attached to Orlando.-St. Peters
dramatic artist today on the
be held Friday afternoon in the burg Independent.Miss :iL Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
ladies' parlor of the Presybterian English speaking legitimate I

church vited. ,Mothers at 5 o'clock.who like Everybody to have their in- Elizabeth Lewis who has been I stage. To learn the true significance "THE GREEN IDOL"A -"- rT 'y4c 205 S. Orange Avenue

babies. made This "white is an ribbon interesting recruits"come. and the Macy guest, at their of1 home r. and on Mrs.the corner Geo. E.of of dramatic art you must Reliance special feature complete COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261!

beautiful feature of these meetings. Hughey and South streets, for the positively see this production.
past two months, left yesterday after- in two parts. -- -- ---- --- -
SOCIETY NOTES noon for her home in Atlanta Ga.
Miss Lewis has
OF INTEREST. recently returned
from South China where she ***
was en- *-
Mrs. F. J. Rogers entertained
number of her friends at a thimble gaged in missionary work. While "FROM: SEED COMPANY
party Wednesday at 'her home on here she made many friends who hopeto PATCHES TO WRIGHT
see her again in this city.
Orange avenue. The rooms PLENTY"A
were attractively decorated in quanti- All fresh seeds for
ties of nasturtiums. A button hole Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Farmer, of Dayton Keystone I
contest offered an amusing diversionfor Ohio are in Orlando as visitors comedy. :SuIT sed.
the guests. Mrs. Lucretia John- until late in spring. They arrived GARDEN AND FIELD
son was declared the winner of the Wednesday over the Atlantic Coast
prize, a paper weight. Late in the Line and are located on North Or-
afternoon, refreshments of ice cream ange avenue. This city looks espe- "BY A Poultry Supplies Cypher Incabators
cially attractive to said ROAD"An
and cake were served.0 us, Mr. Farm-
yesterday, while he and the news HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" I CALL ON US BEFORE PLANTING
Mrs. Charles Phillips entertained gatherer on the Sentinel were conversing Essanay drama.
the members of the Kil Kare Klub. "and we may make this our I 2O6 S. Orange Avenue
yesterday afternoon and a most en- permanent home." \
10 cents 20 cents
joyable afternoon befell the fourteen I

ladies present. There were readings, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fosgate and !
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speaking's and music.: Punch and oth- son, Master Jack, who have spent the
er light refreshments served. winter in Orlando will Mr. and Mrs. August Wilkins and I
were leave today
The next meeting of the "klub" will for Boston, Mass., where they will daughter, Miss Dora, were in Orlando "SAME LITTLE PRICES" I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
be with Mrs. Rybolt, at the :Melrose, remain during the summer months. yesterday from Gotha where they
next Thursday afternoon. This is their eighth season here. Mr. have spent a delightful winter, en
-0-- Fosgate is the Florida representative route to Chicago, where they will
Mrs. Algernon Iladen's regular "at of the well known firm of Sweeney- spend the summer months. The Wilkins -
home" was Wednesday and many Lynes & Co., wholesale commission have been coming to Orange
friends called at her lovely place. merchants, fruits and produce, in the county for twentytwoears and
Nightingale Lodge, and enjoyed a de Hub City. have many friends who are always A. CURTIS! WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
lightful afternoon tea. Assisting Mrs delighted to see them when they come
Haden in receiving and serving South. Mr. Wilkins is one of the entinel's -
were1Irs. Mr. and Mrs. B.
Harley Gibbs, of
valued subscribers and
Harold Bourne, Miss Harden, keepsin
Winter Park
,were the welcome
Miss Nan Bergs and Miss Laura visitors to Orlando among yesterday. Mr. touch with this section through the Established 1886

Beggs. Gibbs, who is the vice-president of paper.
-- the Lake Shore Banking and Trustcompany
There was an error in the report of of Cleveland, Ohio, is having
Miss Gordon's address at Sorosis a handsome residence erected
Tuesday afternoon. The modern essayists the former site of the Seminole hotel.on Orlando Wood Yard CURTIS & O'NEAL
of whom Miss Gordon spoke His business will soon take him
were Samuel McChord Crothers, G. North, but he expects to return in
Lowes Dickenson, John Golsworthy, October, and he and Mrs. Gibbs will Removed from Pine St. two blocks
George Macaulay Trevenyan, and occupy their new home. Mr. Gibbs INSURANCE LOANS
John Cowper Pawys. north Railroad west end Washington
visited the Sentinel office and ordered on -

the Rosalind-oAt Club- the paper sent to him in the Buckeye St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
yesterday afternoon State in order
keep posted on the
an informal reception was I happenings in Orange county. all times. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
held. Mrs.
LeRoy B. Giles, :Miss Roberta -
Branch Miss Mary Robinson, !-
Mrs. W. M. Glenn comprise the enter CONTEST CLOSED AT MIDNIGHTThe

tainment committee for the remainder B. KINGSLEY
of April. I contest waged by the Sentinel

--o-- for best articles and slogans for the
Mrs. Ned Varnes, of Palatka, is thguest e PHONE 344
of Miss Roberta Branch at her I Board of Trade closed at midnight.The .

home on North Orange avenue. Mr\ articles will be turned over to

\when ames Miss will be the honor guest today I the judges today and awards will b For Sale
Branch entertains the
Entre Nous Club. I announced very shortly. eOSTEOPATHY

Mrs. Nyal was hostess yesterday I WILL ADDRESS S. P. C. A.'s House Lot 65 x167. Price
afternoon to the members of the i DR. J. C. HOWELL eight rooms. %

Amelia Here and There Club at her home on I Capt. Charles Albertson will deliver Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

avenue. I 1 I an address this evening at the meeting Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free $4500.00. A bargain.

: of the S. P. C. A. Capt. Albert-
The classified i Block San Juan
advertising depart I Office Cheney Opp.
ment of today's issue contains some .son was a former member of the New HoteL

special advertisements that may interest ';:York police force and will have a Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
you. Read them over and see. ''good message for the association. Orlando. Fla. -




EST .l.V.l.ADE' &I

well located lots, on easy terms. As en-

NOT couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell
ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down,

WHEN PROPERLY APPLIEDWe $10.00 month until paid for. Six per

cent on deferred payments.

think it the best Paint for Florida WALTER W. ROSE

and the Price is Right. Real Estate


Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building

GUERNSEY Phone 553


Paints, Oil, Varnishes, Brushes and Interior Finishes



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I TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse 'l.1J.nber'9 I-4at.11 mild 'Slilllblesr
repairs of all kinds done ,
i SENTINEL promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty;
sleeping porches, counters shelving,
garages, office fixtures; window and
WANTSThe door frames made to order. Get our
orices. 18 East Church street. /
Two. I postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo -

Morning Sentinel Want \OllK. FRIDAY NIGHT APRIL ,
Directory is the Greatest Want 16 VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ()ILANDO :
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELEK.
beautiful fron-
136 with
acres RATES
DEPOT. 4-6-tfc
two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________23t; Royal Cement Acjatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on ,
For Three Days ____________50c LOST, strayed or stolen, white and
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c liver pointer dog; owner's name on
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. c.
25 words or less. If the ad con- Cohoon. 4-13-61
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for LOST-Friendship circle pin, set with
$20.00 per acre. each additional word for each in- rhinestones and black enamel stones,
sertion.If Between Dickson-Ives store and corner -
you can't bring your ad to of Main and Jackson streets. Re- WILL
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No 24. Ac- turn to Sentinel office and be rewarded. -
t counts opened by telephone will be 4-8-tf
the following day.
payable MAKE
f Take your Kodak films to Robinson. Q.AS
Every Home-Every Business 3-3-tf
i ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Man has use for a YOU I
1 Sentinel Want Ad.
I 'htklns Block PHONE 504 I buy, sell rent, and excliar.ge real
f E FOR SALE estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over

FOR 90 DAYS FOR SALE]-Modern house, containing 20000000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.An me. CONTENTED WIFE
7 rooms, screen room, bath,
{ trunk room, and large closets; well
t You can buy foundationstone arranged for two families; sink up- 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
building blocks, side- stairs; close in; owner leaving for the at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
BECAUSE the of it for fuel in
walk tile, or anything in my North, will cut price to $2,400 if sold by use
before 17. Phone 520.
line at reduced. Call around April
; and let me surprise you on 4-ll-6tc Dr S. S. Jones your kitchen, you will never have causeto

prices. FOR SALEA
clean, nice cash business for a CHIROPRACTOR
about meals
being ready
F. D. GORE, hustler, on easy terms; requires only graduate Davenport College, 17 and worry on
small cash payment, balance to suit 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. 209. Intelligent people everywhereare time; also you will have no fires to buildor
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. being restored to health by chiro-
practic adjustments, the new scienceof
FOR SALE-Modern home; eight removing the cause of disease. Examination ashes to sweep up. If YOU 'have' not a
rooms and bath; orange trees and
large oak; seven minutes walk to
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, gas range in YOUR kitchen---tell your hus-
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story band---and he will do the rest.If I

Office corner Orange Avenue and cottage seven rooms and bath,
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg. modern conveniences, roomy porches. 113: S. Orange Are. over Curtis &
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
Phone 419. 2-23-tf O'Neals. ; it's Modern-and Economical Gas

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock I: 6
and tools, best farm in county; va- PHONE -
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
OrangeBlossom to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock I For Eight Cylinder (adillac
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-I''


HoneyIn 17 Hughey Street Orlando, FIa.1210im .
FOR RENT-A flat in an entirely I
new house on Lake Eola, with all
comb or bottles. Its fine. modern improvements. Inquire at GAS DEPARTMENTUNUSUAL .
Florida Real Estate & Investment Co., 'I
over Peoples National Bank. 4-11-Gt. ,
Cut Flowers
Fine Herb --- --- -
FOR RENT Several attractive bungalows -
for rent on Lake Conway.
Flavors, colors and enriches *, Address C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. -- I
sauces '-15-Ct and Plants '
soups ,

gravies, stews, etc. FOR RENT-One, two or three large, 'JONES
downstairs, well furnished rooms. GOES JUST THE SAMEMy
Summer rates. Centrally located. REASONFOR
Strawberries Floral
403 East Pine street. 4-13-St Designs

FOR RENT-Modern six room fur-
Fresh VegetablesCARUTHERS nished cottage, from piano down; -- ANUNUSUAL -
large lot good barns only two blocks
; ;
bus line which has been for fourteen
out; $30 per month. Carl Dann. serving you

4-15-tf months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

& GORE FOR RENT-Three cottages for rent, .Violet Dell Florist. PRICEon same time it always has.
close in; one furnished; will rent e
for the summer to family without
children. Inquire 320 Orange avenue. TIME TABLEBus
New Modern G Grocery 4-13-Gt
J. M. CARUTHERS two fine lots, ten min-
Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five Leaving ,
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
FOR RENT Cottage, for the sum- on one of the best streets. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. Read Down Read Up
6 and 8 East Pine St. Yancey. 3-28-tfc Citrus trees, walks, fence, .
I A.l\LA.l\1.I P. 1\1. I IA.l\L P. 1\1. P. 1\1.
10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. I Orlando -. I 63010.15 3:00 i! 9.30 1.301 6,00

Onan oas Ocoee I 730: J 1.15 4:00 8.3c 12.30 5.00
ineton FOR mer RENT-Will my home known rent "Michigan for the sum- SEE ME immediately if Winter Garden ; 7:4511:30; 4:30 8.15 12.15 4.45

Moorings." at 201 Concord avenue. interested as sale must be Oakland i 8:00--: ; 4:3c 8.004.30

house west., with All or barn part, hen of house this nine and room four Look made at once or not at all, I __ __ __ __ __ ___ ___ ____ __ ____ __ _____ _

DRAWING. ROOM lots please.; all Wm.conveniences.L. Coryell.f See me 4-4-tf soon. Old and at present prices. ,IF- YOU NEED

Car : FOR RENT-Three room flat*, fur-
nished or unfurnished; tow rates to Worn Out ? Letterheads
permanents; close in; vacancies in Envelopes,
two houses; all improvements. See
First Car on March 16 owner, 301 East Livingston avenue.
I have established a plant for
3-30-lmo Cards Announcements
VIA WANTEDWANTEDA i the refinishing of all metal ,

good Ford car; price Circulars Briefs Hand
fixtures and brass beds. This
must be reasonable. Inquire at PHONE 696 ,

Atlantic Coast Line Formosa-postoffice. 4-14-3t work is done at a small cost, and I!

WANTED white woman or girl to East Central ...1t.erueDON'T Bills Catalogs or
905 : .
Standard Railroad of the South do general housework for a family : makes your fixtures look like j I : ,
of three. Steady position to right I ,
Open (for Passengers al 9 P, M., party.phone 37.Call 613 Anderson street 4-15-3t or new. j : PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE

I Stock of second hand fixtures> -
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand TO EXCHANGE Jacksonville
for sale. 1
room apartment property for OrLando WORRYIf

SaturdaysLeaving t Box 584 property.Orlando Address, Fla. "Investment 4-15-31" Phone 652; and I will call and i ii i i Sentinel Job Office

Orlando on Train 82, estimate job. !
I your
ESTRA YED-A black Jersey typtf$
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri
cow; crumply horns; ends of horns
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days and Saturdays.For sawed off. Reward for information you are disappointedabout -

leading to recovery of cow. Thos. R. getting a new Eas-
Reservations and Tickets Frint Alden farm, just east of Dren- L. W. LEWIS. '!
call on A. |IC. L. Local Ticket nen. 4-15-3t ter Suit,we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try

Agent. i : old one in good condition our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
TWO LADIES desire take care fur- I I II *
nished house through summer, or i iI for just such occas- I Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers t
rent same cheap; else 3 downstairsrooms CLINT BASS ions.
in private home. Write particulars I at -j.Finley's .
Box 571. 4-14-3t PHONE 375

__I LET -DAD" DO IT I West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
If you need any little repairs about I I'
#' the place let "Dad" do it. If you Successor to Dry Cleaning I
want a nice cosy porch swing let I

DR. L. H. RAMSDEU "Dad"Dad"," make Box 132 it.:, and Drop he a will card hunt to I HandWoodCompanyWood ,!. Pressing Steam and Cleaning Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court I

OPTOMETRIST you. 4-14-Gt I of All Kinds streets. ;
For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing PROMPT SERVICE Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. ;
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf Umbrellas recovered and repaire<
AND DO ALL KINDS OF j I REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repai
OPTICAL REPAIRING Don't overlook the want ads. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyr H

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O..A..RL. :O..A EE.A..L; EST..A..TE: CO.

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

do one thingSATISFY

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.P. .



uecessary both on account of these country, determined to save, if not the bring the importance of this subject general practitioner in medicine. We NOTICE
PASTORAL LETTER WHICH sentiments and on account of the special integrity of our territory, at least the to the attention of these two groups, I; shall try to make it easy for any doc-
I tor to specialized i If any of our ice wagons miss you
condition of their country that honor of our country. made or nurse acquire a
according to announcement
I the Belgians should remain strangers "Besides those who have seen the an knowledge of tuberculosis." i' phone 566. We have a special truck
. I from headquarters today. I for calls and
THE GERMANS emergency keep an
I to the horrors of war. end of their worldly sufferings, there
Among the first things which the i abundance of ice at our storage plantat
Kodak left Iobinson'sStudio
who finishing at
are others, more numerous
"And this is what we thought when association is trying to do is to induce j I! will be ready at 5 o'clock the all times. II. E. Hand.
suffer in exhaustion and distress.
SUPPRESSEDLondon I the storm suddenly burst over our yet the medical colleges and schools 1' next day. 3-3-tf 410te
i I Among them we count teh soldiers I : '
terrible hurricane
heads like a bringing -
I of nursing to give more instruction, ___ a
ruin in its wake I who are still exposed to the blow of
; once I particularly of a clinical nature, on |
April 14.-Like the mes I whelmed by this storm we became the death during their heroic fighting; tuberculosis. An effort will be made i<
sage to his people of Cardinal Mer- j I victims. Within a few weeks our diocese their families and the entire countryare I also to reach the individual practi-
cier, the Germans promptly sup- which formed our pride and inanguish for them. There are tioners and nurses by special booklets
pressed the pastoral letter of Monsignor ''joy, became unrecognizable. finally the prisoners, soldiers, civil- I prepared for this purpose. The clinical -
ians and who eat the hard
Ileylen, bishop of Namur. A I "Our heavy heart turns to the I and other facilities of the various -
bread of exile and captivity. Addedto
of it has been smuggled to this .
copy twenty-five priests and lay brothersof organizations affiliated with the
for their absence is
city, however. The following is a our diocese whom we have so sadly National Association will so far as
that, equally great for us, of being
translation of part of the Flemish lost. The clergy of our diocese paid possible be made available for the
( deprived of news about their sad fate.
text: 1!a terrible tribute with their death. widest possible use in training doc-
"Thomas Louis Heylen, by the grace ,We can never forget our emotion during I "And what must we say about the tors and nurses in tuberculosis work.
of God and of the Apostolic See Bish- the second half of the month ofI material damages wrought on our "The object of this campaign,"
op of Namur. I August when from every side of our I lands? We have visited many devastated Dr. Charles J. IlatfieW, executive says sec-
"To the and the faithful of regions and we have shed '
clergy two provinces, which seemed changedI
retary of the National Association, in
our diocese. i I into a furnace, news reached us about I bitter tears over the ruins of churches I making the announcement, "is primarily -
"Health and blessings in our Lord. i the sufferings of our dear helpers of schools, parish houses, mansions, to secure more accurate and earlier (!
"Every year when Lent approacheswe the clergy. We then feared that and often entire villages which were diagnosis of tuberculosis on the :, -
recall faithful the Chris- destroyed, sometimes during battles
to uor
greater misfortunes were to follow.
part of physicians and to show nurses ,
tian law of penitence for the explanation You all know the names of those but more often voluntarily burned. I II
the great opportunities of service in The Peru Panama Hat Co.Is
of an appropriate subject and we missing. They were virtuous priests, "But what sorrowed our hearts I the home care of consumptives. Vie I .
recommend them to observe in a spirit most of all was the sacrileges wit-
meek and zealous. Some fell on the shall also be able to put the average j I
of obedience and penitence the rules battlefield, where they exercised their nessed in many places of our diocese.
family physician in touch with the thankful to its number of friendsfor
very great
of mortification imposed upon us by charitable functions as members of We deplore such sacrileges from the best methods of treating tuberculosis I II
the Church. |the ambulances, but the major- bottom of our heart as a direct of-
army and with the most recent literature their patronage and expecting to make
"This task is The ity died in sorrowful circumstances, fence to our Lord in teh Eucharist I
year our easy. on that subject, thereby affording to
events we have passed through afforded as innocent victims, who after suffer- which we always loved and venerated i I the general public increased protection -I many more friends before we leave Saturday
a series of sad trials which ing heroically entered into a better I in our diocese. But since God alone I from this disease. Practically all

show us clearly the necessity of sac- life. must judge and condemn, we abstain I of the medical colleges and schoolsof 1 our last day. Prices $1.75, $2.75 and up.
rifice. Far from us be the idea of I I "Let us then recall the memory of I from accusing but pray the Sovereign nursing of the country have expressed -
exciting you to rebellion or to dis- our fellow citizens who were killed in Judge to forgive the culprits." ;I their approval of our plan and We bid you all good by.
couragement. Our only object is to 'thousands in our diocese, victims of I have offered to co-operate with us.
open paternally our heart and to console 'charges to which you also were ex- TO INTEREST PHYSICIANS AND I While the medical profession generally -
you with our words of confidence. :posed. NURSES IN TUBERCULOSISFor I has unselfishly assisted the nation -
"Among no other people in the "Finally, we bend our heads with !j wide campaign against this disease .
world is there a deeper aversion to respect in front of the graves of our the purpose of securing more I we feel because of its preva-
the bloody struggles among peoples .valorous soldiers. Forced to accept a co-operation from physicians and lence, tuberculosis should be given
created to love one another and most unequal fight, knowing from the I nurses in the anti-tuberculosis campaign special attention by medical studentsand ETTKIN, Manager.MERCK'S .
against the destruction of lives so very beginning that they would be defeated the National Association for practicing physicians everywhere.No .
precious for the family, trade, indus- they did not retire, but sac- I the Study and Prevention of Tubercu- other single disease demands so PHARMACY\ 21 S. ORANGE AVENUE.
try and agriculture. It is therefore rificed their lives for their threatened 'losis has inaugurated a movement to much time and attention from the

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Speed, Silence and Convenience .4

. of (Operation j

. ".. .. .- For ExchangeApartment j

Building in Mass., new modern, rents for ten thousand and five hundredper
Redo ton
Remington 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. a

Q Quality Refinmeiit For Exchange-- j

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

' Electric Lighting anal Starting. Gears Shift Automatic- one-half acres; price is $8000.00; has mortgage for $3800.00."ant good citrus lands for f

ally. Demoun able Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. this equity; am willing to pay $75.00 per acre for good land to the amount of this equity. J


Pric*, $695 f.o.b. Detroit
For Exchange- !

THE APPfARA{ GE THAT {ADMIRATION Four hundred acre estate in New Hampshire, in the finest town in N. II., where the I t

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

In a REMINGTON y/u are at all times master of the situation are, 8-room farm house and barn, also a new two-story dwelling, house, and a MANSIONon I

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

.' A REMINGTONlends 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

1 -"- the occupants. place is $75,000.Iortgage is $15,000; will trade equity of $60,000.00 for two Groves

with dwellings on them. See photographs.See .

The power that commands .

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

Cuba Mexico: we have it.

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

Fully equip /ed with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn,

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


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


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Mr. O. A. Talley, a prominent con-
tractor of Tampa, was a business visitor -
to Orlando yesterday.

White and colored curtain materialsat Think hover
half price at Boardman's. 4-16-2t

Mr.V.. D. O'Korkeias a passengerover _
the Atlantic Coast Line en routeto ItONOM XTRiV Lr
Springfield, Ohio. -_ -- A ANCF F

Mr McTajrjrart, a prominent at- cf"'f"o. .f:
. .J @ torney of Concordia, Kansas, spent > 'i'J -" frJ ., ,,
:yesterday in Orlando on professional ,. ls:. \ --,-- -
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business. .....4t'-r- .;. : \. _-. _
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Boys' suits, sizes 12 to 16, half priceat ( a. -
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Boardman's. 4-16-2t ter'j -? .\ ":- I ,- i1!..;>- ",J:
; .".,". "'t. "I. ..._.....s:;( a-; J.1r; ..
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I :Mr.: and :Mrs.: John Trott left yesterday t'.J\\\ ; ; I. -,< :! ---
I II for where '- ...,
Tampa they will : '
\ y
A BANK FOR ALL THE .; : 1\1 T '
spend a day or two taking in the : .N.'IRu .
I ..... / J.;
FAMILYThe sights. ; t_" ?, .. ""....;;.er'.',,j. BA' : '" --1- :;;;__ '

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:Mr: and :Mrs.: C. C. Harwood, of :!1It7 \ .. -<: j/
boy or girl, young Marion, Ind-, were among those leav- '\. '\:'. :; ."'" IIt., "." '-- -" -, / :_ v.r-:
Orlando afternoon for \{\\. \'Il 'd. .
ing yesterday I/- '
and \ "-. ... ) (" ;' ::-
man, business woman their home. .'\, .. ".: --- ; ..' /. ;,.. .
find this \ \' .,"," .. .t;: .:: ,;-- ..-.
housewife will all .
!ti \"uut. :,;:hI. ii"r'J ; 1-/ !. .rit"
Bank useful from their own :Men's: $1.50 Eclipse shirts, now sell- \' '"\t\l\! (a'f -- /-- ;" ... '
particular point of view. The ing at $1 at Boardman's. 4-16-2t .i.I '. kp'' .. .
: '... Who ThzMor
broad and efficient service f' i set 5 il

meets the requirements of all Mrs. C. A. Rourke, who has been .'", :'tF L'j' .....
/: .
: e
the of Mr ;
guest and Mrs. L. B. Longat :: C\ ".Fb-r.-.... !
classes and covers every their home, 502 Hughey street, left F /
banking need as applied to yesterday for her home in Wilmington You ea.rn. ...r. /
both. N. C.

Savings Accounts and Check-
Mr. and Mrs. II D. King, of Hack- $2,511.90 INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORS
ing Accounts ensack, who have spent a pleasant
winter at their home in Concord Park, ON APRIL 1, BASED ON 4 PER CENT. PER ANNUM.

THE STATE BANK OF will leave today for New Jersey,
where they will spend the summer. HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS ?

Any ladies' hat in stock for $1, atBoardman's. $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lord, and
Messrs Frank P. and Chas. E. Lord,
who were visiting Orlando, guests at Peoples National Bank
1m] the San Juan hotel, left yesterday afternoon .
for their home in Burlington,

Guests registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included W. P. Cham-
bers, Joe W. Ellison, Atlanta, Ga; P.
J. Butman, L. C. Tinker, New York;
F. W. McKun, Boston, and Harold C.
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Jackson, Washington.

Royal Society embroidery packagesat
f half price at Boardman's. 4-16-2t . . . .. . . . . . . .,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Byrne and Mr.
/ ; ,tTf and Mrs. II C. Walker, who have
AND spent the past two months very delightfully -
at the home of Mr. and Mrs
T. P. Howes, 504 East South street,
INERCHILREFRIGERATORS left yesterday for their homes in Milford -
I Conn.

Mr. and :Mrs.: A. M Bucklew and Bargain
tltk I daughter, :Miss: Gladys, who have
spent their fifth season in Orlando at
_. their home on East Amelia avenue,
7h k I
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will leave tonight on the 12:30 train
: are designed to meet I Manasquan:: X J., where they will One Buick Model 21" five
f a R i the demand for medi- I spend the summer. passenger
1rt' I um priced high-grade I I
refrigerators. Fine white cambric at 8c a yard,
1 Careful attention is while it lasts, at Boardman's. 4-16-Jt i good condition throughout.

given not only to the Mr. and Mrs K. C. Bandy and
---- outward appearance, daughter, Miss Marwho have been
but especially to the spending the season in Fort Mjers
and St. Petersburg, arrived in Orlan-
general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in yesterday afternoon and expect to $875.00

order to produce correct and proper refrigeration. spend a couple of weeks or more in
this section sightseeing, and fishing
Construction.-The outer case is made of Solid Ash in the nearby lakes.

with raised panels, finished in Golden Oak. The inner
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. LaBar and
case is of hardwood lumber and granddaughters, Misses Blanche and
'" between the two is a thorough Florence Diehl, who have spent the
I season at their home Liv-
pretty on
insulation of dead air and
My w non-
ingston avenue, expect to start the .
; conducting sheating. first" of the week for Emporium, Pa.
t i ICE CHAMBER.-Galvanized Their many friends wish them a

iron lined, with all-metal ice pleasant summer. \ San Juan Gara e Company

I rack and removable flues. Royal Society embroidery floss 15c.a .
,,, Provision Chamber. Galvan- dozen skiens, no less sold at this
iron and odorless white enameled price. Boardman's. 4-16-2t

with removable drain pipe.Shelves. .. . .
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Casman, who
Adjustable tinned
have been spending the past six
woven wire in all patterns. weeks in Orlando, left yesterday for
their home in :Monongahela, Pa This
1'. Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets. Swing was their initial trip to this part of
baseboard. Automatic rain trap. the state, but they were so well
t pleased that they have concluded to

r See this before you purchase any Refrigerator come again in the fall. ... .
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i Mr J. E. Briggs, who is prominently >.
i I connected with the New York Life : ., .
Insurance company, who has been '.: ...
spending a couple of weeks the
at ; ;
I Lakeievv, where his son, Mr Ellis i '. >- ;- .:.-.
r O Briggs, is a guest, left yesterday '. ,i HLTHE : "
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for his home in the metropolis. :\Ir.J. M "f\-
E Briggs' mother is also spending: : :
...." MIMIIIIIIIt " ". " cha season. in this city at this popular SAVINGS CENTER / A: :Q; :. 1P" .
hostelry.Get '

shoes SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE -
: 1 jour at Boardman's,
while you can get them at cost.
4-16-2t INVESTMENTS, in the long run are :

placed where earning power combines with .#:.. !
:Mr.: and Mrs. N. II. Bowen have removed k *
f WEDDING GIFTSWith from their suburban home too j GREATEST SAFETY.
*) ;; Garland street, where they will .
I be at home to their friends. I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVTXG #
In connection with the Grand Lodge

,, of Odd Fellows the Grand Encampment .-i ( DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CEX., ;,
and the Florida
an immense stock of Cut Glass be held
I sembly to in Gainesville on
: April 19, 20 and 21, the railroads have l
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- granted low round trip rates from '
.;; ,'I nearly all points in the state. The 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. =;a

Painted China and the largest line of : I fare from Orlando is $5. i .4 {

It will pay you to stop at Board-
Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in
Sterling man's, and see if he has what you
need; if he has, you get it at manu-
the city, we are confident we can please facturer's cost price. 4-16-2t

the most discriminating customer. A Among the many prominent visitors .
who are' attending: the Florida
stock will convince Horticultural Society, which is in session -
glimpse at our you. in this city, none are better
I known than Dr. II. Nehrhng,of Gotha, C

and garden his. in Dr.son Gotha,Xehrlmjr Werner which Xehrlin has covers a beautiful,several of: Orlando Orlallilo n BK H & Trust t iaiiy

acres and his specialty is caladiums i
lIe has over 3,000 different varietiesof
T. H. EVANSJEWELER these plants and there is no pret- I" No Obligation.r
tier sight than his caladium field in Consultation Incurs .
the summer and people for miles
around make special trips to his gar-
den to see them. Werner Nehrlmg is
superintendent of the city parks in
Orlando and is one of that city's rising -
.. .. . MMIM . . t 'Q young men.-Tampa Tribune. .



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