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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME





THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915. NUMBER 51.

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3,500,000 MEN BATTLE IN CARPATHIANS



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. TURKISH SMYRNA ARMY TROOPS SUPPLIES SHOPS PILLAGE.. German Leaving FinanciersAre Italian BERLIN CARPATHIANS SAYS IN HISTORY BATTLE GREATEST IN RETREAT CAUSED BOTUSENATE" [ T[ AND "HOUSE[





MANY ASSASSINATIONS DAILY I L Y Banking InstitutionsRome BATTLE HAS REACHED A CLIMAX BY FAILURE FAVOR DRASTIC LIQUOR

April 16.-The fact that Ger-

Brigands Armed by Government mans holding important positions in Berlin Reports Russians to Have
Italian financial institutions are leaving SUPPLIES
to Assist in Defense of Been Checked and Driven
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Italy is regarded as significant.The

the TownLondonNews Pesaro police yesterday arrested Back With Appalling REGULATION[ MEASURE[

a 20 year old Austrian girl named Losses VILLA RETREATS FROM:
Vada Tezluga, who is a student in a

the local conservatory on the charge o Berlin via wireless 16. The CELAYA BECAUSE OF -
Paris April 16.-A dispatch to April
espionage. The police found the girl LACK OF SUPPLIES : NO SALES LESS THAN HALF
Temps from Alexandria says: German army headquarters, reportingon INTERCOLLEGIATE PROHI P 0
affairs.
interested in Italian military
"A reign of terror prevails in the the hard fighting between the PINTS AND SALOONS
town of Smyrna. The Turkish troopsare The Genoa police report that the Meuse and the Moselle from April 10 I
Germans have attempted tp buy land SAYS ATTACK JILL BE RENEWED : CLOSES 7 TO 7
French offensive
pillaging the shops for army sup- to 14, states that the ORATORICAL CONTEST
plies.V residents have been near an important railway bridge. on a large scale, after several local

robbed of all property and driven into The[ owners of the land refused to sell successes broke down entirely under Villa Will Attack as Soon as EFFECTIVEiyilBNIGHTSEP.30,1915No 5

the interior. Numerous assassina- and the Germans disappeared. heavy losses. The main feature of Munitions Arrive Makes I WON BY FLA. LIMN i j

tions are committed daily by brigands the embittered nightly attacks was jI
who have been armed by the Thaw Not Granted hand to hand fighting. No Mention of His I Liquor to Be Drunk on Pres-

government to assist in the defenseof I German scouting flyers report that Losses G. B. KNOWLES OF U. OF F. I ises.-No Music Pictures or

the town." behind the French front there are CAPTURED FIRST
Return To N. H. Lunch-Two Sheriffs
continuous movements of large bodiesof I
El Paso, Tex, April 16.-Villa, ina PLACE
London April 16.-Pronounced activity troops, indicating the intention to telegram sent to his agency here SuspendedBy

at the German airship bases at New York, April 16.-The appellate renew the attacks. today, says the failure of supplies and And Won $10-Stetson; Univer-j

Emden and Cuxhaven today is reported division of the supreme court today According to a similar report from ammunition to arrive has caused himto Was Second and C. F. Johnson

in telegrams from Holland. An handed down a decision affirming the Austrian headquarters the four weeks retreat from Celaya shortly after sity I Tallahassee, Fla., April 16.Senator -
. urgent call was issued in London this decision of Justice Page in the supreme Battle in the Carpathians is the most the attack was begun. Marvin of Rollins I Davis today introduced the most

afternoon for special police to go on court holding that Thaw was gigantic battle in the world's history. The Obregon troops still hold the Was Third drastic liquor regulation measure in

duty at 5 p. m. not entitled to have the New York NOT LESS THAN THREE AND A positions they did when the attack be- the senate.

Reports from Holland say three state authorities return him to New HALF MILLION MEN ARE TAKING Before a large audience at Knowles The bill will require:

Zeppelins were seen today flying Hampshire.The PART IN IT. The battle reacheda gan.Villa says the attack on Celaya will Hall, Rollins College) last night at ((1)) No sales in less than half pints

westward over Dutch islands in the effect of this judgment is that climax several days ago, the report be renewed as soon as ammunitionand Winter Park, G. B. Knowles, of the and then in sealed receptacles.

No th sea. Count Zeppelin is said to Thaw, who is now in the Tombs, states, when the Russian offensivewas supplies are received. University of Florida, won first place (2) No liquor to be drunk on prem-

be directing the movements at Cux- should be returned to the Matteawan stopped and driven back with the lIe denies he lost any artillery or in the State Intercollegiate Prohibi- ises or buildings) adjoining thereto.

haven.A asylum under the order of Justice most appalling losses. trains. tion Oratorical Contest. First place ((3) No music, pictures, statues,

German aeroplane dropped bombs Dowling. Villa makes no mention of his carried with it a prize of $40. The I screens, tables, lunches, women or
this afternoon on Sittingbourne and He will remain in the Tombs, how- Aeroplane Drops Bombs at Herne losses. subject of the winning oration was minors about the places where the intoxicating -

Faversham.Two ever, pending a hearing) before Justice Hay..;30 Miles From London His will "The' Saloon Evil a National liquors are sold.
troops occupy the same positions -
hostile aeroplanes are reported Henrick next Monday in the supreme London.-It is reported that a German they occupied before the at- lem." prob-I (4)) Closed from 7 p. m. to 7 a. m.

over the city of Canterbury, 53 court, as to his right to trial by juryon aeroplane at midday today tack was begun.) Second place went to and on all election days and Sundays.

miles east of London. the question of his sanity. dropped bombs near Berne bay, in II Walker, of Stetson University, his I II j j (5) No door connecting other building -

Kent, six miles from Canterbury. subject being) "America, the Hope or vaudeville in connection.
SUPREME COURT ENDS ONE OF I
Petrograd Statement BASEBALL RESULTS Herne Bay is fifty miles in an air FLORIDA'S MOST NOTED I of the World;" and third place went Ito I I I (6) No credit,; no liquor to be sold

Petrograd April 16.-The Russian line from London. It is a watering CRIMINAL CASES Donald :\Marvin, of Rollins College I' in any building the floor of which is

general headquarters issues the following Federal League place on an estuary of the Thames, on the subject, "The World's'Viewpoint II:I more than three feet above or three

official statement: Newark 2, Baltimore 6. with a population of about 7,000. on Prohibition." RodneyC. feet below the surface of the ground.
"In the Carpathians between the Chicago) 4 Pittsburg) 3. Tallahassee, Fla., April 16.-One of Wilson, of Southern College, came I The penalty for violation of any of
of and Zuelta the hardest fought and most interesting in for fourth the subject, I
villages Telepoeza we Buffalo-Brooklyn, wet )grounds. KANSAS NEWSPAPERS TO CLOSE place on these provisions shall be a forfeitureof
broke through and after brief bayo- National League II ) criminal cases in West Floridain "An Appeal to American Citizens." license and a $1,000 fine or one
DURING FUNERAL OF WILLIAM -
net encounters gained possession of: New York 3, Brooklyn 5. U. NELSON recent years was settled the other I The next contest will be held at the year imprisonment. To be effective .

two heights, taking numerous prisoners. Cincinnati 4, Pittsburg 2. day when the supreme court, in an University of Florida Gainesville.The September 30, 1915, at midnight.

The enemy sent its 121st reserve Chicago 4, St. Louis 2. opinion prepared by Justice Cockrell, Rollins College quartette fur- It has already been reported favorably -
Kansas City, Mo. ,April 15.-Only I I
regiment into a counter attack which rain. affirmed the judgment and sentenceof nished several selections. The contest in both houses.
Boston-Philadelphia, dition of the Kansas Star I
one City ,
still continues. Judge) Dan J. Jones, of the ninth was attended by a large delegation of Sheriff Spencer of Hillsboroughcounty
American League the noon edition will be published to-
circuit, in the case of B. M. Franklin, the Orlando W. C. T. U.. and many and Sheriff Baker of Palm
Philadelphia 6, Boston 6 (nine innings morrow out of respect for the mem- Men: :McDaniel and :Math Davis
16,000 TIE UP $30,000.000 IN versus others from a distance. Beach county were both suspended by
.
darkness) ory of William R. Nelson editor and from
state Calhoun
BUILDINGS Washington 3, New York 2. owner, whose funeral will be held in I justices appeal concurring county Justice, all Governor Trammell today.

St. Louis 4, Chicago 2. the afternoon. Ellis. except 'I HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA HAD

Chicago, April 16.-Work prac- Detroit 6, Cleveland 9. Business houses throughout the city : This is one of the most noted cases PICTURE SNAPPED FOIt"ECHO" ORLANDO AND JACKSONVILLE

tically was tied up on building opera-tOda,1 South Atlantic League will close during the funeral. ever coming before the supreme court ( SUFFRAGISTS DIFFER

tions valued at $30,000,000 here i Albany 6, Jacksonville 3. Gov. Arthur Capper, of Kansas, i of the state by reason of its signifi- By C. F. Johnson
and 100,000 union men were thrown No longer can the scoffer scoff and
Macon 16, Columbus S. publisher of the Topeka Capital, and cance. Tallahassee, Fla., April 13.-It is
out of employment as a result of a the cynic sneer for O. II. S. is getting
Lieut. Gov. W. Y.
Savannah 7, Augusta 3. Morgan, publisher Davis, Franklin and McDaniel are now generally believed at the capital
strike of 16,000 union carpenters Columbia 3, Charleston 0. of the Hutchinson (Kansas) News, issued said to come from rather prominent there! Friday the most popular high that the woman suffrage legislationwill
which went into effect last night after I school organization, the orchestra
orders
Southern League today closing) their news- white families of Calhoun county and meet the same fate that fell to
"
a demand for a wage increase had Memphis 8, Chattanooga) 5. paper plants during the funeral hour. the indictment charged them with the "had its picture taken. the lot of the prohibition movement.
been refused. Newell editor of the Echo
Sidney ,
Mobile 5, Birmingham 3. Bishop Cameron Mann, of Orlando, murder of a negro by the name of U. I One of the greatest drawbacks to securing -
Contractors estimated the amountof of Florida deliveredthe felt that the magnificent vacation
Atlanta 7, New Orleans 6. Episcopal bishop Johnson. All were convicted of mur- any legislation on the subject
building operations which will be number of the school magazine wouldbe
funeral address.PRESIDENT
Nashville 7, Little Rock 1. der in the second degree and each sen- Sat I this session, however seems to be ;
affected by an extended strike at woefully incomplete if he omitted :
tenced to life imprisonment.The due to a disagreement among) the wo 1
$100,000,000. from its a half tone illustrationof
POPULAR ALTAMONTE HOTEL : AND ADMINISTRATION mandate of the supreme court pages men's organizations of the state. !
the orchestra. Those appearing in
I CLOSES WILL BACK TREAS will go down within thirty days un- There are at least two distinct move- i
the picture will be Justin Schumannand
METHODISTS HOLDING DISTRICT ) DEPARTMENT: der the law, and then the convictedmen ments on foot to have enacted a 1.
CONFERENCE Stuart M. Gould, violins; Eugene
After one of the most successful will begin their endless service clause providing the vote for women,
Hoffner and Charles
Limpus, cornets
seasons in its history the popular Washington, April 16.-The suit of I unless clemency is extended. ; one ef these headed by an organization -
Donald Helms trombone Miss Elmi-
Sarasota.-The Tampa district con- Altamonte hotel has closed its doors the Riggs bank against the United The case was a hard fought one I ; formed at Orlando, and the otherat
ference and Sunday school institute is na Gould, pianist.
to the traveling) public this week,and States treasury department officials from the beginning. The defendantswere I Jacksonville. And these organizations -
in session here with a good attend-I I most of the help have already taken was discussed in the cabinet meeting represented in the circuit court seem not to be working in har- I
ance. The meetings are held in the j I FIRE WAS QUICKLY EXTINGUISHED -
!, their departure for various places in today. Attorney General Gregory j and in the supreme court by Attorneys mony.
large auditorium of the new brick I went to the White House and Today it is that the
said
,the North. no j Ellis F. Davis and T. H. Walker, reported joint
Methodist church. Rev. O. A. Thrower. Manager Geo. E. Bates, who was in new steps had been decided upon. I j Marianna.. Hon. W. H. Price as- committees in the legislature have
presiding elder, is presiding, and I Fire attacked the paint house of
the city yesterday, said the season There is a plain intimation, however, ]sisted State's Attorney R. H. Buford I reported the measure desired by one
Rev. A. 11. Cole Sunday school field that the ; I R. H. Wright, 201 North Magnolia I(I organization
had exceeded all his expectations. He I president and the adminis- l< in the prosecution in the circuit court unfavorably, and that
secretary, is conducting) the Sunday will remain Altamonte Springs until -i I tration generally will stand behind 'and took part in the oral argument j J avenue, yesterday morning and the such a bill will not come up for discussion -
school program) of the conference. the I !I i fire department was called out. Chief the floor.
on Wednes-
about the tenth of May when he treasury.At with Assistant Attorney General C.O. Up to
and his wife and son, Mr. E. C. Bates, the request of the counsel for j] Andrews in presenting the state's j i I Dean used water instead of chemicals day it was believed that the vote i

ONE MORE BILL INTRODUCEDBY : will leave for Mount 'Vernon N. II., the )government, the District supreme :, case to the supreme court. i]as he did not care to take any chances would be granted at this session, buta j

A. B. NEWTON to get their summer hotel the Grand, court today postponed until May 12 a i|I I i because the wind was blowing strongly statement from a prominent mem-

1!, ready for the summer's business. preliminary hearing the injunction 1 I:' CONNELL PITCHES .\ NO HIT I' from the south. The damage was ber of the house gave credence to the j

By Mr. Ne\\ton of Orange, House A number of improvements will be proceedings) of the Riggs bank against !!I GAME 50. report that now that he prohibition

Joint Resolution 282-An amendmentto made on the Altamonte hotel this McAdoo, Williams and Burke. j amendment had been lost, the suf- J 11

sections 2, 3 and 4 of article 3 of summer and fall, which will raise The high school team defeated their I APPOINTMENTS: CONFIRMED frage question would never be consid- J

the constitution relating) to the ses- still higher the class of service for THE ROOF GARDEN WELL PATRONIZED .friends of Pine Castle for the second I The appointment of Attorneys Jones ered. The gentleman in question further -

sions of the legislature) time of convening which the hotel has become noted. time, 11 to 1. Connell our promising ]I and Tillman was confirmed by the stated that had the resolution ,j Ii
) length of term, time of elec- I i I senate for the prohibition amendment been I
twirler
young pitched a no hit game today.A
tions and pay of members of the sen- Ii I DR. PILLANS RESIGNS AS CITY There is no more delightful spot in and received excellent support in both Little Error passed, submitting the question to a 1 I

ate and the house of representatives; i PHYSICIAN Central Florida these .balmy spring infield and outfield. Hank Porter and I The house reduced the number of vote, it was the avowed intention of I

committee on constitutional amend- j days than on the YowellDuckworthcompany George Dolive, the once famous Or- journals to five hundred a day, and those who opposed the amendment toget j r
ments. 1 The council not five thousand, as the Reporter- behind the suffrage measures and !
city met yesterday af- roof garden. A cool clear lando players, played in part of the 1
ternoon in the first and only meeting) breeze sweeps across the roof garden game for Pine Castle, but they played s Star said yesterday. push them through. Now the general I

TOM CORBETT IS DEAD !of the week, and transacted unimpor- I and one may thoroughly enjoy an poorly. I I expression of members is to confine j i

j tant business. C. E. Graham presented hour any afternoon by patronizingthis Wednesday last we journeyed to ALDRICH DIES OF HEART IMS- their work to general laws that have ) !

San Francisco, April 16.-Tom Cor- 1: a quitclaim deed to frontage on I picturesque garden far above the Winter Park and suffered a defeat at i i E.SET N. Y. HOMEi I I flooded both houses during the eight !

bett, a brother of James Corbett, and ,i Lake Lucerne. Dr. P. P. Pillans ten- I "madding thron).:." Light lunches the hands of the Rollins College first Ii i i New York, April 16.-Nelson W. days the legislature has been in ses- i

prominent in sporting) circles, died ,' dered his resignation as city physician and cool, refreshing drinks are served team. The batteries were Rose and Aldrich, former United States senator sion. j.i!

here today of pleurisy. which was accepted. The selection for the patrons and excellent serviceis Taylor for Rollins, Connell and Lott I from Rhode Island, and for many I

I of a new physician for the city a feature that attracts many peo- for O. H. S. We expect to play Rol- : years prominent in Republican political TIlE WEATHER '!

Latest popular music in stock. Music I was referred to the city board of ple. The roof garden is fast becom- lins Tuesday on our home diamond, i circles, died at his home here to-

ordered at once. Curtis & O'Xeal, i I health which will consider an ap- ing one of the most popular spots in and hope to have a large attendance. |day. Heart disease was the cause of Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- i,1

book, stationery and music store. i pointee to fill the office. the city. Tresher, manager. death. day. I
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DRIPPING FAUCETS WASTE .

DAILY SPORT LETTER MUCH WATER

A dripping faucet does not seem to SEEDS! SEEDS SEEDS !

much water, but let
BY FRANK G. MENKF waste anyone
The Famous New York Sporting who pays for his water according tothe
HAPPYLANDWe Expert. figures of a meter experimentwith Garden and Field Seed
such a faucet for a while and he
New York.-One of the several will find that the amount of water r

live but once. Let us partake of earth's good mysterious incidents concerning the wasted is really large. The Scientific
Johnson-Willard fight was the fact American makes the following calculation -
travel this road that leads to a far-off coun-
things as we that the actual weights of the two : Golden Dent Corn, quart ______-___________ lOc

try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him fighters were given to the newspapermen "Let us assume that a faucet leaks i ito Hickory King Corn, quart ____________-__________lOc
and that entirely different the extent of allowing the escape I
who buys his smokes of the In Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart __________________15c
weights were megaphoned to the of two drops of water per second.
crowd. one month the leakage would amountto I Country Gentleman Corn, quart _________________15c

Good and Bad Cigar Stores Johnson's actual ring weight was a litle over 84 gallons. With waterat White Dent Corn, quart ________________________lOc

227 and Willard's was 2-17. Immediately 25; cents a thousand gallons the Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________25c

after the men stepped off the money loss per month would be about I Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc
scales, Ben Rosenthal, secretary for 2 cents. Should the leak be in a hot
Kentucky Wonder Beans, ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
the promoters, gave the real weights water faucet the loss would be greatly -
to the newspapers. Then the official increased because of the fuel required Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

announcer heralded to the crowd that to heat the water. With coal Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

Villard's weight was only 238 and at $5 a ton, burned with the efficiency Lima Beans, quart ______________________________30c
----- -- that Johnson's was 225. I usually attainable under domestic conditions Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1
about those I the loss in water and heatin
"Hey, how weights? Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. __________________65c
OUR MOTTO several newspaper men yelled at the above example would be nearly
Rosenthal. 10 cents a month. Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ___________________60c

; d Small Profits and Quick Returns." "The weights I gave you-Johnson "The fact that the loss is small Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ______________________75c

227, Willard 247-are correct," .,answered should not allow us to neglect small Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c

Why not identify yourself with the Co-Operative Rosenthal. "I don't know why leaks, because by disregarding themwe Black Eye Peas __________________________quart, 18c
l Produce Co. and buy feeds and foodstuffs at cost
your tend to become slovenly in all
r plus a small per cent for storing, handling, etc., and become they megaphone are changing announcements the weights, but in those the things. Furthermore, small leaks do Whipponvill Peas _____________quart 15c., 2 quarts 25c

f an independent and progressive buyer? weights are incorrect. not remain small. The constant leak-
about it. It cost nothing to investigate the
? See us of faucets wears small
A minute later, Jack Curley, pro- age passagesand
f plan. moter of the fight, leaned down and makes tightness impossible. The City Drug StoreJ.
f THE CO-OPEUATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. said to the newspaper men: next hing then is a new faucet, with

L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 "The correct weights are Willard the accompanying plumber's bill,
2-17, Johnson 227." which is notoriously not small." L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.

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Willard won't fight for a year or so, BRITAIN HAS LOST 43 WARSHIPS I
but it won't be his fault. Wily Tom THUS FAR
Show Your ColorsWe Jones knows that Willard can make

much more money-without riskasn Washington, D. C.-Secretary Dan-
: actor, and an actor Willard will be. iels was asked this afternoon regarding -
have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a -0-- the navy department's information The 1 / arketOF

flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A When Willard was whirled back to as to the respective losses of the
the Hotel Miramar, immediately after British and German navies since the CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and
his Johnson, Jones said beginning of the war.
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand- victory over OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
that unofficial
to him: The secretary replied -
some sets on your home. data collected by the observers of FRESH AND SALT MEATS
"Well, Jess, old boy, you can take
things rather easy now." the department indicated that to date Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

W. S. BRANCH, Willard looked at Jones in a surprised the British had lost forty-three warships Everything screened away from the flies, and kept tnsb .

f way: of all classes, not including con- and pure.

tt THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE "What do you mean, Tom?" he verted merchant vessels, and that We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
asked."I Germany, with the same exception, everything in the Meat Line.
t mean that you can loaf for six had lost a total of fifty-seven vessels.

, months to a year." The secretary did not give the classification :H.: :?, r. Self Ss Co.
"Loaf?" Willard's tone was one of of these ships in detail, nor
CAREY HANDFUNERAL amazement. "Why how can I afford would he give any estimate as to the pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
to loaf, Tom? I'm champion now, number of men lost on either side.

you know, and I've got to defend my
title. But I hope I don't have to fight For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -
DIRECTORAND go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
for a month or so. I'm a bit tired.
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Jones smiled.

EMBALMER "No, you won't have to fight for a

r- _u. month, not for six months, Jess," said ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Jones. "As for defending your title,
yell, you'll do that soon enough, but
All calls answered Promptly Dayor until then you'll be an actor."
SHEET METAL CO.
"But I'm not an actor," objected
Night. Hand Block. Willard.

"Not but ," said Jones.
yet- soon f
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Orlando Florida. -0-- ,
Willard is taking to theatrical workas
a small boy takes to having his ifDEATHOR and Rubber Roofings
PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 face washed. It's something that has

to be done-but gosh, how he wishes I Cornices Skylights. .Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
> it were over. And how he hates the'
----- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- time to come when he must have it FREEDOM ORLANDO
Works: 14 E. Church St. -
done again.

Willard however, shouldn't feel extremely j .
bashful as a performer. He EE a desperate criminal on his
I.SA. way to prison for life, over-
performed for nearly three weeks in power his keeper and leap
-Y- : the court yard of the Hotel Miramarin from a speeding express train
Havana before a crowd that rarely and escape.
This is only one of a thousand gripping happenings
averaged less than 600 and often ran in the greatest moruig picture renal The Orlando Meat MarketT.
to 1,000. And he showed no stage ever produced.have like it. You I
Mr. Business Man I will You never seen anything
fright then. mustn't miss it. See it. Positively the most remarkable
photoplay ever shown in this theater. A. YANCY, Manager;
offer for ten days to sub- See every oneof the fifteen thrilling episodes.A I
week.
great big smashing punch every
TO RELIEVE CONGESTION BY
Arrange one night every week and- and Retail Dealer in Choice
divide the Wholesale
I
property corner MOVING EXPRESS OFFICE THE BLACK Box
See i iJ
Florida and Western Meats
Avenue Jackson The Photoplay Serial Supreme ,
Orange -
There is now some prospect that S Episodes-one a week 'I

before another tourist season begins Fish Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
and Boone streets in the. traveling public will have some STARTS SATURDAY NIGHT I I Oysters, ,

parcels to suit purchaser.Look relief from the congestion that has Roof Garden TheatrErp Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town0rd .
for years existed around the Atlantic
the matter over. Coast Line station in this city. 'The J Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
PHONES l Residence, I33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
railroad officials say the express com- IVEAL)1
pany has been notified that it must J
find a room elsewhere for its local

office and the entire station buildingwill ---- -- --
C.A.HOVEYr
then be given up to the use of

passengers. Under the present con-
ditions and as it has been for the past
ten or fifteen years, the express company Pure Ice Crea.m
I has had the entire use of the

whole north end of thebuilding; ,which
.-. is the portion fronting Church street t
and the main thoroughfare to and
from the station. The increased 1 When you want PURE ICE For Party

amount of shipping by the expres I CREAM call for IIA D'S. If
Hammond &Gore
company has made it necessary fo I you don't believe that we take Club

I them to use not only the room whicl the greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from Church Social
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS. they controlled, but the entire plat
II facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
form and approaches to the stationso
that passengers wishing to get t<) make it. You will be surprisedcans, moulds and everythingused School Social
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
the waiting room were compelled t o I at the care every detail is given.
in the manufacture of our Lodge
work their way through a labyrintof h want, time
COMPARE Any kind you any
orange boxes, beer kegs, chicket I Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
want it. In any quantity Picnic
crates, molasses kegs, and other articles you
ized.
I OUR FURNITURE I I of merchandJse that most peopl e from a quart up.

do not care to have intimate associa You are cordially invited to Order Hands Pure .
t \Ve provide the quality otfurniture-that has long tion with after they are dressed tc o inspect our factory at any
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the i take the train.BUILDING Ice Cream
)standard of merit. If an article is liere it is good. I time.
It woulddt be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make : OPERATIONS: CONSISTENT -
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof I
this business, and that means much to any buyer.
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McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK by the city clerk for several new residences
J I in the last few days and i ti

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando Fla. J is surprising the large number o: W. Jefferson Street ,
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PRESIDENT BLACKMANOF MILITANT MINORITY HOLDS UP GERMANS WRONG ABOUT GOD, MlllillilllltMIHIIIMIIIIIIIMMIIIIilililillllllllllMliltili ltliltH

ROLLINS SAID TO HORTICULTURISTS I NAMING OF A POSTMASTER JAPANESE PREMIER


TAMPAWednesday's AT Washington, April .-There is a THINKS
I
I lively little scrap on over the appointment Tokio.-Addressing a meeting of Dollar
( Tampa Tribune) of a postmaster at Eustis, Fla. Japanese and foreign Christians today Day Bargains

Responding, Prof. W. F. Blackman Representative Sparkman has recommended to inaugurate an evangelic move- '
recalled the early days of Tampa, George J. Dykes for the ment preparatory to the International
.wh&i. what is now a city was a mere office and Dykes appears to be the Sunday School Convention of 1916,
straggling village in a sand bed. He overwhelming choice of the patrons, I Count Okuma, the Japanese premier,
characterized the present improve- but there is a militant minority thatis i made' reference to the situation in

ments as remarkable and said that opposing Dykes and trying to block Europe when he said: At The Big Store
the entire state is proud of Tampa his appointment at the postoffice de- I "There must be a wrong conceptionof

an4 feels a keen interest in its prog- partment.W. the Deity in Germany. Otherwisethis
ress. Speaking for the horticulturistsDr. S. McClelland, a friend of Dykes, war could not have come."

Blackman declared he representedan has been here for a few days speaking I II I SATURDAY MONDAY and TUESDAY
organization which was both the good words for him at the post- Any ladies' hat in stock for $1, at jj
Boardman's. 4-16-2t
most ancient and most important or- office department.Dan .
der in the world and which antedatedthe Shea, of Tampa, is here, stop-
GERMANS WILL PAY DEBT TO 3 BIG DAyS 3
church and the Masons, inasmuchas ping at the Army and Navy Club. He BELGIANS
Adam and Eve were the first hor- is the inventor of a device for raising
You make dollars buy at the Store
Big
ticulturists. ships, and he is trying to get the navy can your more
Berlin.-The Overseas News Agency -
Occupation of Respectability" department interested in his inven- states: than any store in Orlando. We quote a few of the
"There time, contin- tion.
y ued Dr. Blackman was once, a"when farmerswere military"Gen. governor von Bissing of Belgium, the ,German has or- many bargains. Hundreds of other items just as good.

more or less the subject of Fine white cambric at 8c. a yard dered the establishment of a credit I
and cartoons. They while it lasts, at Boardman's. 4-16-2t
newspaper jokes bank, which will advance money on DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITYLAWNS
thought to be curious and un-
were
the requisition bills given in paymentfor
CZAR HONORS 1,261 FRENCHMEN
couth creatures. Things have changed.The I
farmer today has taken his true the large quantities of goods in white and fancy, regu- CHILDREN'S DRESSES splendidline
place in the order of things and the Paris.-Decorations have been conferred seized by the authorities. Paymentin t ular 121/2C. and 15c. values, 10 yds $1.00 to choose from, $1.25 quality $1.00 !
full has been delayed by unfore-
that he is entitled to by the emperor of Russia upon LADIES DRAWERS made of
world realizes seen circumstances." CAMBRIC, fine soft finish, yard wide a good
the deepest respect. In the pioneer I I sixty-one French officers, 500 noncommissioned 12V4c. quality, 12 yards for ______$1.00 quality muslin, 25c. quality, 5 for $1.00
officers, and 700 soldiers -
days of the citrus industry were such all of whom have distinguished Men's $1.50 Eclipse shirts, now sell- MUSLIN, bleached, free from dress- LADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of
giants as Dudley Adams, Dr. Inman ing at $1 at Boardman's. 4-16-2t and Percales -
wide lOc. 14 yds Gingham $1.25 quality
themselves in various ways since the ing, yard quality,
be and found Lyman people Curtiss.more Nowhere intelligent are than to war began. TESTED FIRE HOSE YESTERDAYFor for ___________________________$1.00 for ________________________$1.00

I those who grow citrus fruits in Flor- BROWN MUSLIN, full yard-wide, 7c LADIES KIMONAS, good styles,

ida. There is something about the TROOPS BEING SENT UP DANUBE about one hour.Chief Dean and quality, 20 yards for ____________$1.00 $1.25 quality for _______________$1.00

occupation that appeals to the finer TO HELP SERBIA. his assistants tested out elevenyearold One lot of Lawns, Voiles, Madras LADIES WHITE SKIRTS, good qual-

sensibilities."The PARIS HEARS fire hose yesterday afternoon. The and Batiste, in whites, slightly ity, regular $1.25 grade for ______$1.00
citrus of Florida have water was 180 pounds, not
growers pressure soiled worth 30c. 35c. and 50c.
BUNGALOW APRONS, 60c. quality -
had many discouragements. They Parisien Paris.-A dispatch to the Petit large, yet sufficient to show any de Special, 6 yards for ____________$1.00 special, 2 for ________________$1.00
have had many obstacles to surmount. says that four steamships fects. Most of the hose was in good
They have been confronted from timeto loaded with troops, ammunition and shape despite its age. Only one lengthwas SHEETS a good quality, 72x90, reg- BOYS PANTS, $1.25 and $1.50 quali-

time by threatened disaster in war materials for Serbia passed 01- found defective. The test caused ular 50c. quality, 3 for __________$1.00 ty, special for _________________$1.00

many forms. Yet their lot is happier tenitza, a Roumanian town on the some interest and dampness, as a stiff SHEETS, a good heavy weight, full BOYS WASH SUITS, 50 different

than that of many others. They are Danube, yesterday. They were loudly breeze from the northeast threw size, 65c. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 and $1.50 quality for $1.00
using the pruning hook to harvest cheered by the Roumanians. sprays of water on Orange avenue.
their instead of using spears to PILLOW CASES, a good heavy BOYS SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, 75c
crops
pierce the hearts of brothers, as is Royal Society embroidery packagesat Boys' suits, sizes 12 to 16, half priceat grade size, 42x36, 15c. quality, 10 quality, 2 for __________________$1.00
half price at Boardman's. 4-16-2t Boardman's. 4-16-2t for ___________________________$1.00PILLOW'
. now being done on the bloody fields BOYS BATHING SUITS, 75c. quality -

of Europe. CASES, 42x36 and 45x36 2 for __--__________________$1.00
"When I resigned the presidency of i made of a good heavy muslin scal-

Rollins College and was free to go loped, regular 25c. quality, 6 for __$1.00 CHILDREN'S! ROMPERS, $1.25

anywhere that I chose, my wife andI BEDSPREADS, large size, good quality for ____________________$1.00

contemplated seriously upon our 4tc weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SHOES for Misses and Children,
course. There were many attractionsin sizes 81/2 to 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00
TABLE LINEN, bleached, 60 inches
California, in sunny Italy, and even
for ____ BAREFOOT SANDALES in Tan for
in Germany, now convulsed in war, wide, 39c. quality, 4 yards $1.00
Misses and Children, sizes 8i/ to 2

but with its art and music and philos- TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for ___________________________$1.00
ophy, but we decided to remain in wide, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality -

Florida and make our home in the 2 yards for _________________$1.00 LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS,
scenes we love so well, and at the end TABLE DAMASK, bleached, 2 yards odd lot, worth up to $4.00, special$1.00

to sleep in Florida soil until the day fiLJPosse wide, pure Irish Linen, $1.25 quality DINING ROOM CHAIRS, solid oak.

of resurrection." r Of.'rlMO .v for ________________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00

er Tcvl1 Q.lI' LADIES HOSE black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS, 16 and 18 inch

It will pay you to stop at Board- 50c. quality, 3 pairs for _________$1.00 regular $1.50 quality for _______1.00
man's, and see if he has what you
need; if he has, you get it at manu- LADIES SILK GLOVES, 16 button, SUIT CASES, 24 inch regular, $1.50

facturer's cost price. 4-16-2t black and white, $1.50 quality__ $1.00 quality, special for _____________$1.00

Different RIBBONS, beautiful line in plain and
COUNT TOLSTOI'S SON ESCAPES CURTAIN SCRIM, white and ecru.
AUSTRIANS fancy, worth up to 45c, 5 yards for$1.00 25c. and 29c. quality, 5 yards for$1.00
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS odd lot 1.50
,
RUGS, Crex and Wool Fibre size 36x
for ______________
Geneva, Switzerland.-Two Russian and as much better as it is differentLess quality special $1.00 72, $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00
princes and a Russian count have escaped WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quality -

from the Austrian detention gasoline-fewer tires to fewer less special for _________________$1.00 FANCY ART CHINA beautifully
buy, repairs, decorated, worth $1.50 to $2.50
camp at Milowitz. skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. MEN'S FOUR IN HAND TIES, odd your choice ____________________$1.00
They are Prince Vladimir Jaswill, These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. lot, 50c. quality, 3 for ___________$1.00MEN'S
Prince Michel"Wukoto and Count Tol- ALUMINUM KETTLE 4 quart size,
,
They are assured by mechanical laws. UNION SUITS, one lot, regu-
stoi, son of the writer. They were lar $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _____ __________$1.00
not on parole, and it is believed that 2 DOZEN LEADED GLASS TUMBLERS
Read the Five Leading Oakland LADIES GINGHAM APRONS, 25c.
they have been successful in reachingthe
Russian lines. quality, 5 for __________________$1.00 thin and dainty for ____:1.00

Count Tolstoi is twenty-three years Superiorities BelowEvery LADIES GOWNS, 75c. quality, spec- JAPANESE BASKETS, beautifulline

old. This is the second time he has ial, 2 for ______________________$1.00 worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00

attempted to get away. A large reward feature works towards a definite economy- Z

has been offered for the captureof maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with DOLLAR DAY IN GROCERY DEP'T.LOT
the Russians. low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, .

ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. I
Get your shoes at Boardman's Then-see the Oakland--drive it-get a demonstrationthat's NO. 1 LOT NO.3
while you can get them at cost. real
4-16-2t a road test-and decide. 3 Cans V. C. Cream, large, value _____30c 3 cans Tomatoes ------_____________30c
The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and 2 cans Tomatoes, value ____________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder -----________35c
KING ALBERT'S YOUNG SON EX- sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t... 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot. Blue Ketchup ----____________25c
ERCISES WITH TROOPS $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans Best Corn ----______________40c

MOTOR COMPANYPontiac 1 bottle B. H. Ketsup,value __________15c 3 Rolls Toilet Paper ------__________25c
London.-The Post's Amsterdam -

correspondent says that Prince Leo MichiganJ. $1.45 $1.55
pold of Belgium fourteenyearoldson
LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. 4 .
of the king, exercised last week

for the first time with his companyon 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 lbs Best Lump Starch ________________

the Yser plain. Under the ordersof B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Agent 1 can best California Pears, value ____30c 7 Cakes Lenox Soap __________________

Lieut. Gerard for two hours con- 6 pkg. Jewell Matches, value ________30c. 3 packages Pearline ___________________
tinuously the young prince acted as ORLANDO, FLORIDA 1 bot. Lemon Extract ______________25c 2 packages Cel Starch _________________

fugleman on the right of his company I 1-Great Strength 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup ________________25c 2 Ivory Soap, small ___________________

and showed much energy and keenness with light weight. .. 1 Bottle Best Ammonia ___________n__
The company executed various -.:\ ." $1.40 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner _________n___
movements in skirmishing order. A 2.-High Speed :Motor .. { .
brisk cannonade was heard in the vicinity with great power. /,Umva

throughout. 3-Low center of {JlJ. I i YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT FOR $1

of gravity: with usual -
Royal Society embroidery floss 15c.a road clearance.
dozen skiens. no less sold at this
price. Boardman's. 4-16-2t -I-F lying wedge
Lines with least wind ROOF GARDEN TO-NIGHT
FRENCH AT FRONT TO STAR IN ,
resistance.
MOVIES I FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW
5-E con o m' y with Q O

Paris.-In order that the world*in Luxury.
Universal Serial 2 reels Herbert RawIinPowerg Drama
general and neutral countries in par- Edna Maison.
ticular may learn something of the son, Anna Little. "WHEN JEALOUSY TUMBLED":

work of the French army, the Frenchwar "THE BLACK; BOX NO 1" Nestor Comedy.
The best serial picture ever produce .
office is organizing an expeditionof
I "IT HAPPENED ON FRIDAY"Admission
cinematograph throughout I
French operators lines. Why don't you call and let us quote you our low
the whole Many remarkable -
| Free until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights 5c. and lOc.
films already hare been E
taken and they will at once be multi- Summer Rates at the 1
plied and circulated.
The demand for German war filmsin
the United States and other neu- empireIte1 I Yowell-Duckwortli Co. !

tral countries proves the great inter- .
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est in photographic reproductions of: <* i iOrlando's i

the war. The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added, .., '. "
Largest Store. "Quality Did It.
makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
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THE DAILY I I I LETTER TO THE SENTINEL LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL I I ,-
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South Florida SentinelMORNING
GROVE CHAPEL Lots of Ice on Lake Erie |

AND WEEKLYW. Ashtabula, Ohio April 14, 1915.I' I

.. C.M. ESSINGTON GLENN ...............Buunru..........Manager..EditorW. Editor Sentinel:-Just a few linesto The Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. j F FOR SALE

tell you of the work which has Dear Sirs:-Kindly find enclosed :
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida been done in the northeastern partof for subscription for another year. I'':
as Second Class Mail Matter.
the city. had intended to have called in to see t
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Highland Grove Ladies' Aid Societywas while there during the winter, but '
Daily 1 Year _....................... fa00 you
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2-50 organized four years ago for the for some reason did not get around,
Daily. 3 Montha ...................... 1.25 of fami- I all time
......... purpose helping some needy although spent my with my
Daily. 1 Month .............. 50 '
lies. They rendered good service and daughter Mrs. J. J. Newell, of the !
Weekly. 1 Year ........ .......... $1.00< A new two-story
: Iso organized a Sunday school meeting Newell Electric company which
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN at different homes until three makes me the more anxious to get all eight room modern

ADVERTISERS: weeks ago when a little chapel built the news from Orlando having been : and unique dwelling BIG SALE OFPARASOLS
by the efforts of the society was a regular visitor there for the past i'
Copy for display and all other kmnd-wt with double
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advertising must be handed in at the b incM ready for occupancy.The four winters. We still have some :
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. i chapel was made possible by freezing nights here and lots of ice sleeping porches,
I This rulapplie*
before publication.
to the changes day for contract adrrrtisinj: it is the gift to the society by the lIon. on Lake Erie floating around too I modern garage and
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Judge T. P. Warlow of a building lot much 'for our ore and coal boats to

Subscribers desiring. The Sentinel discontinued on Fern Creek avenue northeast cor- make a start. I remain butlers quarters,
the office in writing on
the date should of expiration notify otherwise it will be ner of city limits; money contributions E. MCDOWELL.. very pretty location This is an event that a large number of
continued at the regular subscription rates from friends, material for building -
until notice to atop u received.Telephone overlooking Lake our customers have been looking forward ,
Numb r .._..._._.__.,.._..... 24 and foundation blocks have been RABID RUDOLPH SAYS:
given by Orlando's generous business Eola. $4500.00 will to. Its only natural, for they get what

SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 191;;. they want and in at fraction
buy this if taken many cases a
men.There Never get hot under a celluloid col
is still a small debt on the lar. is of the actual worth of the latest and most
now it a bargain.
the easiest of sending ,
of
One
ways chapel and the women of the societyand
Some people pay to see a six day up-to-date styles in Sunshades. We repeat -
good money after bad is to sue the neighborhood hope for continuance
a bike race-and yet a lot of squirrelsare
this is an EVENT, and one to be
overreached in a
man who has you of the interest and financial aid starving to death.
horse trade. which has been already extended. Only difference between a billiard w taken advantage of.

The Palace of o Peace has been The society membership representsmany ball and a ball player's head is the

moved from The Hague to the Pinel- different religious beliefs but billiard ball is affected by English.
they work together in harmony for SALE LASTS FOR TWO DAYS
las County Bayou. Powell is now a he common good and gladly welcome S. G. Dative & Sonw:
is
pretty little white dove and Brown
SATURDAY AND :MONDAY
ministers anJ speakers who are willing DoctorsBiickinastcr w
little speckled dove. Andy Carnegieis
a '
render such
to service.
reshingling the roof of the Palace REAL ESTATENo.
MRS. ANDREW TURNBULL. & Briindngc
with asbestos shingles.
I
o OSTEOPATHS 3 WEST PINE STREET LOT 1.-200 PARASOLS all new, dainty

THERE'S A LOT IN ADDITIONAL, LOCAL Second Floor colors values up to $20.;
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
RIGHT KIND OF TALK. Convict Inspector Griffin of Dade I
at Kirksville, Mo. 98 Cents
Talk prosperity forget war; build City was in Orlando yesterday inspecting !
now forget Belgium; feed the dovesof the jail and convicts.Mr. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples ----- I
peace starve the war dogs; plan National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. : LOT 2-200 PARASOLS, many exclusive

for 1916 discard 1915; consider your J. Tilden Jacobs of Chuluota -- -- I designs. combination colorings, values

happiness cast aside gloom; bury pessimism I, the accommodating postmaster at J- up to $3.50

cultivate sunshine; encourage that growing town, was among the A $1.48
brotherly love dig a grave for the visitors to Orlando yesterday. He 1

hatchet; be a booster cut out the came to attend the funeral of Mrs. i Every other Parasol in the tore at a

knocking and-we'll have a better I H. A. Rollins, acting as one of the straight discount of TEN PER CENT.READYTOWEAR .

little world to live in. pall bearers.Mr. .


ARCADIA SHOWED o and Mrs. L. C. Newell who I
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RIGHT SPIRIT. have been spending the winter at DEPT

Arcadia the city that secured the their home in Pine Castle will start

1916 meeting of the Horticulturists in a day or two for Ashtabula, Ohio
25 NE1V SILK I'OI'LIN DRESSES just
has been working three years to secure where they will remain until fall. Magnolia AvenueI
the convention. While some dis- They have been coming to this section arrived in new shades of Belgian Blue,

appointment was felt that Orlandodid for the past fourteen years and are Navy and Black. These Dresses have
not secure the next year's conven- numbered among the most ardent have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- bee impossible for us to sell before for

tion it was very gratifying to know boosters that Orange county has. uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. less than $15.00. Cash purchase is the
that the Orlando and Orange county meaDS of our being able to offer them 'Sat-
This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a for
delegates worked with vim and vigor Mr. and Mrs. D. Blass, of Portage urday

in trying to secure the convention for Wis., who are making their headquarters number of bearing fruit trees.I $8.75

this city. However there were manyat in Orlando while making side will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
Tampa who would have thrown trips to nearby towns, returned yesterday -
feet off south end. .
their efforts to Orlando had it not afternoon from a visit to St.
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been for the fact that Arcadia had Cloud. Mr. Blass says the longer he The house is in good condition and is arranged into

been working for so long a time to stays here the more he is pleased light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income I
secure the "Herts" in 1916. There with the city and its general sur-
of month the winter
$100.00 per during season.
seems to be no doubt that the conven- roundings. They will probably become I

tion will be held in Orlando in 1917. permanent winter residents.Mr. I bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT I

o BARGAIN.
ONE REASON ORLANDO and Mrs. W. L. Dougherty and

waS BOOSTED. son, James, left yesterday for their Cash or terms. _wr

The Florida number of the Industrial home in Lockport N. Y. They came

Index for March 31, published at south early in the fall and stopped at

'Columbus, Ga., contained a vast St. Augustine, Daytona and points ,
+.;
amount of reading matter concerning further down the East Coast. They I

Florida particularly Orlando. The made many friends while here and declared .

reason for Orlando's share of public- that they had enjoyed the last S. Y. WAY
ity is easily accounted for by the fact four weeks that they were in Orlando,

that Walter J. Woodall ye editor was and that if nothing happens intend
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in Orlando when the Florida architects returning next fall.
: held their convention here. Insurance and Real Estate Agent

Woodall"was feted and dined and pat- After spending several weeks very

ted on the back and autoed and really pleasantly in the City Beautiful, Mr. Lavrae Coiffures

got his eyes full under the noble espionage and Mrs. Hugh C. Campbell and PHONE 172

of Messrs. Hutton and King. daughter, Miss Nona, left Orlando

Such are the results of conventions. yesterday morning over the Atlantic du Damme

They are a city's greatest advertisingasset. Coast Line for their home in Wilmington Translation-

The newly organized Board of Del. This was their initial

Trade can go down into history as a visit to this part of the state but a Correct Coiffures for Ladies. I

successful one if nothing more is accomplished trial is always sufficient cause for Beginning: today we will have with us
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than bringing a score of return so they are planning to spend I an expert Hair Dresser from one of this .
conventions to Orlando in the next the entire season here. countr"s largest makers and importers.
two years. The Industrial Index is a -I
She will have with her Hair Goods in all
live publication-it's mission is to ac- Mr. A. W. Pinney was a visitor to I

certuate the consistent prosperity of Orlando for a short time yesterday.lie shades possible.

the Southland te quicken and pro- has been spending the winter in We guarantee to match the most dif-

mote investments and to lay before Florida and stopped off to get some M f.+ C ficult shades, including grays mixed grays
the country the opportunities of information relative to the city and I "I \\11 I I and pure white.

not only Georgia but Florida. AND its surrounding territory. Having she is
I Lm 1 Among the new styles showing
ORLANDO! heard a great deal about the place he t'bJ
o had been importuned by friends in his THE STE\ILESS: BRAIDSVENTILATED

GERMANY'S RESOURCES home town to look the situation over PO\JPADOURS:

TOLD IN HEADLINES. and report to them upon his arrival in TRANSFORMATIONS:

The New York World is publishinga Pinney, Mich. He was quite sure that tI PRINCESS WAVES CURLS
several' from that would winter bJ
series of copyrighted articles on place BANGS, ETC.
l Germany and the resources of that in Orlando next season.T. I r t
country written by Gustave C. Roe- :Morning hours are best for selection
(t. ,
der, for twenty-seven years a member .\. MANNSATURDAY I
I' of the editorial staff of the World,anda :i SPECIALS I /a yt"' '

veteran of the U. S. navy. As the Arbuckle coffee, per lb. ________19c.
i articles are copyrighted we reprint 3 cans Old Dutch Cleanser___--__23c.; I SEWING WEEKStarts
the headlines which tell the story ofGermany's 2 cans Baxter corn _____________25c.
Snider's ketchup pints _________15c. Monday Starts Monday !
resources: 8 bars Lenox soap ______________2oc.
"Food and funds a-plenty Germanycan 18 lbs. head rice ______________$1.00 'Ve shall look for you !
pursue long war. World writer Picnic hams per lb. ____________lie.
finds. Swift's Premium hams per Ib.___17c.
4 lbs. Snowdrift lard __--_-____4oc.
"Enough foodstuffs on hand to last 10 lbs. Snowdrift lard _______--_90c.
for eighteen months, while productivity 3 pkprs. Mother's oats ------____25c- to: sor .
of country is greater than ever Van Camp'scream, tall doz.____Soc. |\Comp
Van Camp's cream baby doz. ___40c.
before-blockade against ports inef- Pillsbury flour, 24 Ib. sack90c. Tonic CO.
fectual and supplies of all kinds come 16 lbs. sugar --_--_--_--______$1.00 Your Spring DICKSONIVES
from the outside correspondent learnsin Fox River butter, per lbt ________SSc. @R
of cans tomatoes -______________25c.
tour
country. Irish potatoes, peck ______ __20c. If you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now
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t "Feeling is bitter against America 3 pkgs. corn flakes ____________25c. and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the pois-
r for sale of arms to the allies. 4-17-lt .DP[ ART ME NT STORE.
[ "Financial condition unimpaired- ons absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you. ..

factories working overtime while ev- 1st. DO YOU PAY CASH for your Bring us your prescriptions ; we fill them right. ..

ery available foot of ground is under feeds 2nd.? Do buy feeds where Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right. ORLAXDO'S FAVORITE SIIOPPIXG PLACE
you your
cultivation--effect of war little felt you get the most for your cash? The Store of true service, of ne-er-failing courtesy -

by Germans at home, who give their 3rd. If you do, you buy of us, The MERCK'S PHARMACY of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
i men willingly in firm belief that they Orlando Co-operative Produce Co. chandise, at right prices
: 4th. If you do not you will do well i THE REXALL STORE 1
b will win-strangers in land under con-
to see us. The Orlando Cooperati"eProduce
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NULLOS CLUB CHARMINGLY Rossiter Mrs. Raulerson Miss }Ior- 5 Cents

ENTERTAINED BY MISS HART. rison, Mrs. Norcross :Mrs.: Darling I i I 1 i

Miss :Margaret: Hart charmingly en- Mrs. Clifford Niles, Mrs. George :Mc-: II II . II II II II IIIL U
tertained the Nullos Club members Cullough, :Miss: Marian D. McCul- TODAY'S PROGRAM @

and several invited guests yesterday lough, Mrs. Lake, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. I\ #

afternoon. Mrs. L. B. Hamlin was Whittier, and others. Eclair. 'The 4-Ht Return.>els-t A Western 1 -Y t"/ r :

the guest of honor. Other guests included --()- drama, in two reels. t 4
:Mrs.: Volk of Evanston Ill.. HONORS FOR ARTHUR IVEY Crystal Comedy. "They Didn't =- '0 Q" \ --
Mrs. Kerns of Chicago :Mrs.: Dozier of AND STEWART GOULD. Know." : -
Warner. "Wa-Wa, the .. --
Ocala :Mrs.: C. G. Westcott, :Mrs.: C. I The prize offered by the High I "THE FLOWER OF FAITH" Comedy. Wildlan'I' o"1
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W. Goodrich :Mrs.: II. L. Beeman and School Echo, and Prof. Simmons for For Monday I i 1.\ 1

Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Mrs. C. B. Robinson the best composed song about Orlan- Love! Crime! :Mystery! and a' o

:Mrs.: W. II. Lewis :Mrs.: Harriet do's high school was awarded to Ar- I A Selig Special Feature com- mine. These"are the factors in "The COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRYNo 0 i
:Master Key, the master serial that
:Miller: :Mrs.: DeWitt :Miller: :Mrs.: thur Ivey, a member of the senior we will start next Monday.: There matter how little :you pay, you get quality here for the

Sylvan McElroy: Mrs. B. C. Buxton class. The song was set to music by plete in two parts. never was a picture story: to equal it.It .. price. No matter how much :you pay you pet intrinsic value for .1
and:Mrs.: ::\Mather-Smith.:: .:Mather-: Stewart Gould a member of the is presented in fifteen episodes released Aside from real values
your money.: you can choose from
two reels at time. "The Master an assortment -
Smith won the club prize a deck of junior class and is a very catchy air. Key" will thrill a:you to your back-- unrivalled here-abouts. ;
y cards :Mrs.: Dozier the visitors' Both Messrs. Gould and"hey
; won are to bone. It will unlock every: emotion in j jIb
prize a dainty card case, and :Mrs.: be congratulated on their composition. :your heart. See our lobby next :Monday -
Hamlin was presented with a pretty and don't miss the first episode of ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
.1 this picture. Monday, April 19. '
cut filled with violets the I :
glass vase Y Five cents to all. :! n
guest favor. The club will be entertained I Mrs. Florence Gray, who has been "WHO WANTS TO BE A i' : .. u -HO:_ .. cJ

next Friday with a bridge among the happy and contented
I
WANTED late model Ford in '
luncheon at the San Juan hotel by guests making their home at Duke HERO"A good condition; cheap for cash. ;, i
:Mrs.: W. II. Lewis. Hall after a delightful sojourn of five P. O. Box 201. 4-17-lt : 4 1
A SAVING IN PAINT
-0-- months in this city: will take her de-

D. A. R. MEMORIALRESOLUTION. parture in a day or two for her homein Selig Comedy. is not made by: buying: cheap paints

Riceville. Pa., stopping off at Jersey r but by purchasing the wry bestgrades
At the regular meeting of the Or- City N. J.. to spend a month with LucerneTODAY such for instance as we han

lando Chapter of the tfc. A. R. held her brother, Dr. Frank D. Gray, whois h dle. Just think how much more poor
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Saturday, April 3, 1915, the following the president of the New Jersey I paints cost :you if you have to keep

preamble and resolutions were adopted Medical Society. Mrs. Gray has spent V4Y renewing them every :year or two.
: thirteen seasons in Florida visiting I Think how much cheaper are our

Whereas by the disposition of God's several of the famous resorts and "GETTING INTO SCRAPES"A paints which last twe or three times .

providence our late friend and sister : when asked how she had enjoyed her as long.

Thena Yemans Packard mother of I visit in the City Beautiful, replied I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Mrs. Schuller (founder of the Orlando i that it was the very best she had ever Biograph Comedy.

chapter), has been removed from our spent in the Land of Flowers, and I .rti r Y 205 S. Orange Avenue

midst; and.'Vhereas., that was saying: a great deal for Or- "MINERVA'S :\IISSIO "
COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
her
we revere memory lando.
and sterling qualities; therefore
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Resolved that in the death of :Mrs.: HIGHLAND GROVE CHAPEL com-

Packard this Chapter has lost a valued (Fern Creek Ave.)
HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" I plete in two parts.
member and associate. We mourn

her loss as one whose high characterand Undenominational.Pastor Leroy T. Crisler. will conduct WRIGHT SEED COMPANYAll

noble generous qualities will services at 3 p. m. Sunday April 18.
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ever remain in our memories; there- all.A cordial welcome is extended to fresh seeds for

fore,

Resolved, that this tribute of our BIG MEETING TONIGHT
I. GARDEN AND FIELD
respect to our late associate and esteemed 5 cents 10 cents "$1000.00 RE\V ARD"

sister be entered upon the There will be a meeting of political

minutes, and a copy presented to the economists in the office of Dr. J. C. Poultry Supplies Cypher Incabators

family of our deceased member as a Howell this evening at 8 o'clock. A Thanhouser Comedy. CALL ON US BEFORE PLANTING
slight token of our high regard.
Orlando Chapter D. A. R. BUYS A IIUPMOBILEC. BUYS AN EIGHT CYLINDER 06 S. Orange Avenue

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G. Brown has purchased of Rush i CADILLAC I
MISS BRANCH HOSTESSTO
& Ilolbrook a new llupmobile.i I I
ENTRE NOUS CLUB. C. O. Roe of Clermont, is a recent

The Entre Nous Club met with I purchaser of an eight cylinder: Cadillac "SAME LITTLE PRICES" I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Co.
Forage
Miss Branch yesterday afternoon. Grocery purchased of the Orlando Auto

There were two tables. :Mrs.: Nell I and Supply company distributors.Mr. .

Varnes, of Palatka was honor guest. i SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND Phillips had two cars sent to him -

The club prize was won by :Miss: MONDAY this week, and with the sale to Mr.
Norma Beacham, and a dainty gift
-- i I Roe of one has one left.
was presented to Mrs. Varnes. Chocolate 1,000 Ibs. Armour's "Star" hams I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
blanc at, per lb. -18c.
mange topped with 3 cans No. 3 tomatoes __________25c. FOR SALE QUICK-A good run-
whipped cream, angel cake, salted 3 cans corn ---------___________25c. about, with parasol top and set of
nuts and iced tea were served by the 5 cans cleanser _25c. harness. Address Mrs. J. E. Groves. Established 1886
hostess' mother. :Miss: Firnkoess will 3 bottles catsup _25c. Phone 541. 4-17-3tc
4 lb. can Snowdrift lard 40c.
entertain the club next week at the -
Arbuckle's coffee _18c.
home of Mrs. C. Westcott. 12 V. C. cream, tall _83c.
--()- 2 medium sized V. C. pork and CURTIS & O'NEAL
beans Orlando Wood Yard
'*HERE AND THERE CLUB Best butter _38c.
.MET WITH MRS. NILES. Compound lard per lb. _lOc.
. Mrs. C. L. Niles charmingly entertained 50 lb. pail compound lard-$- ?b Removed from Pine St. two blocks INSURANCE
LOANS
the members of the Here and All varieties salt pork, Ib-10c-14c. north on Railroad, west end Washington
Breakfast bacon boneless shoulders,
+ There Club Thursday afternoon at boneless hams, and Georgia smoked St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

her attractive home on Amelia ave I bacon will be sold at very low prices. all times. REA.L ESTATE RENTALS
nue. The house was artistically dec Boiled sliced ham, per lb. _35c.
:Mallo: icing and topping, 2 cans45c.
orated in pansies roses, and carna 3 lb. can best table peaches____17c.
tions. Mrs. Niles was assisted i in I 3 Prince Albert tobacco _25c.
B. KINGSLEY
serving dainty refreshments of pine 6 pkgs. 5c. cigarettes -25c.
apple sherbet and nut cake by her All tobacco 5c. sellers, 6 for _25c.
All tobacco lOc. sellers, 3 for_25c.Mapic PHONE 344
mother-in-law, Mrs. Clifford Niles, of
stock food, per pkg. _20c.
Anamosa Iowa who is her house 3 cans lOco syrup _25c.
guest. 3 cans Campbell's soup --------25c.
For Sale
As many; of the club members will I jLoose 1 lb. White House coffee __ _34c.
ground coffee _18ce OSTEOPATHYDR.
return to their northern homes at th I I Good green coffee _16c.
end of the month, the last meetingfor 3 bottles pickles _25c.
the season will be held next Don't forget to buy your feed from J. a HOWELL House eight rooms. Lot 65 2x167. Price

Thursday when the club will be enter' ''us. We will save :you money. Please Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
'note, that we make same prices for Graduates
Kirksville
tained by Mrs. Palen at her home $4500.00. A
on i Monday as we do for Saturday. Thiis Consultation Free bargain.
:Magnolia: avenue. to accommodae you and to save
Enjo'ingIrs.: Niles hospitalitywere ,ourselves from being overworked on Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan I
1, Saturday night, especially deliverinafter HoteL
Mrs. P. E. Palen, Mrs. Jim Skin midnight. gOffice Phone 716; Residence 1018 I i

ner, Mrs. Gillette Mrs. Spencer. Mrs Phone 638. 1 Orlando, Fbu I

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

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

cent on deferred payments.



think it the best Paint for Florida i I WALTER.W. ROSE



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TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse humbery La.1I and Shingles
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{ repairs of all kinds done
Lake Site
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
I orices. 18 East Church street. /.
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo
Two I

LOST, strayed or stolen, white and
Morning Sentinel Want liver pointer dog; owner's name on
Directory is the Greatest Want collar; answers to the name Jeff. ORLANDO:
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. Any information will be appreciated.A. .
Cohoon. 4-13-6t
Terms Cash in Advance.
LET "DAD" DO IT
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES If you need any little repairs about

tage two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t<< the place, let "Dad" do it. If you Royal Cement Agattte Plaster and Perfection Lime
on For Three Days ____________50c want a nice, cosy porch swing let ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c "Dad" make it. Drop a card to .
For One Month ____________$2. 0 "Dad," Box 132, and he will hunt -
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of I you. 4-14-6t .r.
25 words or less. If the ad con- I
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate CONTRACTORR.
will be one cent per word for N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- before letting contract, if you arc go-
sertion.If ing to build and want the best house WILL

See E. B. Bradley Qoick. the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to possible. O. Box for 195.money LPhone invested.P. 478.. MAKE

counts opened by telephone will be 2-18-1moc 0 AS
payable the following day.
ESTRA YED-A black Jersey typo
horns ends horns YOU
BusinessEvery cow; crumply ; of
Every Home-Every -
sawed off. Reward for information
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Man has use for a.
Sentinel Want Ad. leading to recovery of cow. Thos. R. I
Frint, Alden farm, just east of Dren-
W.tkln Block PHONE $04 nen. 4-15-3t

FOR SALE BUYERS AND SELLERS A KIND HUSBAND
I buy, sell rent and exchange real
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Choice cut roses and estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson, Bar- over 30 years. Have handled over
tholomew Place, Colonial Drive. 20000000.: Call and see m j. .
can buy foundation 4-16-2w 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An BECAUSE, When you have gas installed -
stone building blocks, sidewalk -
tile, or anything In my FOR SALE-Good, gentle horse, safe 8x10 Kodak enlargement free in kitchen for cooking it will save
line at reduced. Call around for a child to drive, buggy and har- at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf your ,
ness. Come and see Max Isen, 601
r and let me surprise you on West Church street. 4.163t'FOR your wife from all drudgery of buildingfires

; prices. Dr. S. S. Jones
SALE-On account of impor- empting ashes and the insufferableheat
I will sell entire ,
F. D. GORE, tant business my
I stock of groceries and fixtures, situa- CHIROPRACTOR
f Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. ted on Orange avenue. F. G. Jones, graduate Davenport College, 17 and that goes with any stove except a
Giles & Hovey building. 4-16-Gt 18 Yowell-Duckworth
building; phone
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH
f 209. Intelligent people everywhereare gas range.
FOR SALE-Modern house, containing being restored to health by chiropractic
II 7 rooms, screen room, bath, adjustments, the new science
trunk room, and large closets; well ')f removing the cause of disease. Ex- FOR ONCE, Consider your wife and
arranged for two families; sink up- imination free. 1224lmoDr.
stairs; close in; owner leaving for the her Gas
make her
Buy Range.
happy.
a
North, will cut price to $2,400 if sold
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER before April 17. Phone 520.
Office corner Orange Avenue and 4-ll-6tc F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Easy terms.If I

Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALEA :
Phone 419. clean, nice cash business for a
hustler, on easy terms; requires only 113: S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & it's Modern-and Economical Gas
small cash payment balance to suit O'Neals.
purchaser.! Address F, care Sentinel.
4-9-tf -

OrangeBlossom ,.' PHONE 646
FOR SALE-Modern home; eight
rooms and bath; orange trees and For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
large oak; seven minutes walk to
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-

HoneyIn 412 East,,. .
.. SALE OR RENT-Two story
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
and bath,
cottage seven rooms
| comb or bottles. Its fine. modern conveniences, roomy porches, 12-10-im GAS DEPARTMENT
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

Fine Herb I 2-23-tf

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Cut Flowers

Flavors, colors and enriches and tools best farm in county; va- E -u
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riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
soups, sauces, to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
gravies, stews, etc. > Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- and Plants

Strawberries er. FOR RENT 1-16-tfc UNUSUAL REASONFOR JONES GOES JUST THE SAME


,, ., Floral Designs
FOR RENT-Seven room furnishedor
Fresh VegetablesCARUTHERS unfurnished house, for the sea-
son or by the year; rent very reason- ANUNUSUAL -
able. Inquire 208 Garland street. My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

4-16-6t months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

& GORE FOR RENT-A flat in an entirelynew PRICEon time it
has.
same always
house on Lake Eola, with all .violet Dell Florist.
I
modern improvements. Inquire at .
Florida Real Estate & Investment Co., TIME TABLE
k Hew Modern Grocery over Peoples National Bank. 4-ll-6t.
two fine lots, ten min-
FOR RENT-Several attractive bungalows J. M. CARUTHERSPhone Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, Tbe Jeweler.WEST .
for rent on Lake Conway. utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 Address C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle.
'-15-6t 509. 408 South Lake St. on one of the best streets. BOUND EAST BOUD

6 and 8 East Pine St. Read Down Read Up
FOR RENT-One, two or three large, Citrus trees, walks, fence,
downstairs well furnished rooms. 1\1. A.M. P. !\1.lp. 1\1.
Summer rates. Centrally located. Do Your etc. A.1\1.IA.1\1. P.

. .403 East Pine street. 4-15-3t Orlando .
6:30110.15 3:00 9.30 1.3 6.00
FOR RENT-Modern six room fur Ocoee -
U 7:3011.15 4:00: 8.3C 12.3 5.00
ElectricFixtures
antlo..WashmRton nished cottage, from piano down; SEE ME immediately if Winter Garden
large lot; good barns; only two blocks 7:45ii:3o\ 4:30 8.15 12.15 4.45

out 4-15-tf; $30 per month. Carl Dann. Look interested as sale must be Oakland 8:00-, 4:30 8.00-- 4.30

made at once or not at all,
FOR RENT-Three cottages for rent,
DRAWING ROOM close in; one furnished; will rent Old and at present prices. IF YOU NEED
for the summer to family without
children. Inquire 320 Orange avenue.
Sleeping Car 4-13-6t Worn Out? Letterheads

Envelopes
FOR RENT New, Modern Five ,
First Car on March 16 room house. Apply 510 W. Central.
I have established plant for
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- a TAYLOR Cards Announcements
VIA mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. the refinishing of all metal DR. A. J. ,

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

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, PHONE 696 ,
Atlantic Coast Line to adults only. 409 Delaney street. work is done at a small cost, and

Standard Railroad of the South 10-25-tf makes :your fixtures look like 905 East Central A\'enueDON'T | Bills, Catalogs, or, .
FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum-
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. mer my home known "Michigan new.
Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue : PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE
west. All or part of this nine room Stock of second hand fixturesfor
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand house, with barn, hen house and four -
lots; all conveniences. See me soon sale.
SaturdaysLeaving please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf WORRYIf
Phone 652 and I will call and Sentinel Job OfficeYou

Orlando on Train 82, FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- estimate job.
nished or unfurnished low rates to your
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri- ;
permanents close in vacancies in
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days and Saturdays.For two houses; all improvements. See you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets I owner 3-30-lmo, 301 East Livingston avenue. L. W. LEWIS. getting a new Eas-

call on A. |IC. L Local Ticket ---- I ter Suit,we can put your want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try

Agent. WANTED I I old one in good condi- our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all. .

WANTED tion for just such occas-
3.000 to 6,000 of
acres
saw-mill timber, near Orlando. ad- CLINT BASSPHONE ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers
dress Box 727. 4-17-61* atFinley's

WANTED white woman or girl to 375
9 do general housework for a familyof West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
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three. PioneerJust
Steady position to right
party. Call 613 Anderson street, or Successor to Dry Cleaning ,
phone 31. ._::4-15-3t.
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Steam Cleaning
DR. L H. RAMSDELL TO EXCHANGE Jacksonville ten HandWoodCompanyWood I Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court

OPTOMETRIST room apartment property for Or- of All Kinds streets.
lando .
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE property. Address"Investment
Box 584, Orlando, Fla. 4-15-3t PROMPT --- -
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FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. \
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
AND DO ALL KINDS OF Take your Kodak films to Pohin- REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair '
OPTICAL REPAIRING son. 3-3-tf Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc .
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Apopka next shipping season arrives. This proved to be a great success. I daughter, of Beaver, Pa., and Miss I drops in his nickel and there he sits
will fill a long felt want and means j The ladies' Bible dass will meet on ,Reba Hilborn,of New Castle, Pa.. mo- in complacent enjoyment for exactlyone If any of our ice wagons miss you
Apopka, Flo., April .-Mrs. Cora very much to Apopka.J. I Thursday afternoon with :Mrs. Newman I tored over from Orlando last Tuesdayfor hour when he has to drop in an- I phone 566. We have a special truck
Lowe is able to be about again after A. Bowman has purchased from when they will study the subject j the fishing on Lake Butler and other nickel or he gets no breeze. for emergency calls and ke'p an
of Job. The has been for afterwards RossmoreInn I abundance of ice at our storage plant !
' some weeks confinement to her room the American Realty company a beau- custom were guests at
from a severe sprained ankle. tiful block of twelve building lots and some months to take up and studyone for dinner. Don't overlook the want ads. l I at all times. II. E. Hand. 4-10-3tc<< -I
character after another which Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurley, of the
Little Violet Bowman, who has enclosed the entire plat with a fence ; 1d
has to be interesting and Osceola, motored out to RossmoreInn ----
to it in cultivationthis proven very
been under the care of a physicianfor and expects put
the past week, suffering from ton- season. He also expects to erect I! instructive and greatly enjoyed by last Saturday, bringing a party of
E. Mullens is friends with them. I
the entire class. Mrs.
the
solitis, is now very much improved.The a new residence on property at an
date. This is the teacher.A. Mr. Marion B. Ives, of Orlando,has
"Sunshine class" of the Meth- early quite an improve- '
ment on First street. J. Walker made a business tripto become a frequent guest at Rossmore
entertained one
odist church
was Winter Garden Tuesday.The Inn. enjoying the good fishing and
evening recently at the home of the Mr. Carr, who has spent the win-
orange groves are laden with entertaining his friends at the Inn.
Prof. E. W. Fly. The ter here, left Sunday for West Vir-
teacher young
the fragrant blossoms and the pros- Dr. J. H. Johnson and family left
people of th eBaptist church were also ginia, but said he would be back againin
pects are favorable now for a bumper last Friday for their home in Toledo,
in the social fea- the fall.
and
invited joined crop of fruit the coming season. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer a ,
tures of the evening. A very pleas- Mrs. J. T. Smith and son,John Wil- tertained in their honor last u
en-I
ant time was spent and all voted that liam, have joined her husband at Sea- evening.Mr. .

Mr. and Mrs. Fly are most excellent bring, where she will visit for several Items From and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. and

hosts. days. family, Mrs. F. T. Scruggs, of orlan-I
Mrs. Mary Byars returned to her I T. M. Byars has established an auto Windermere do, and Mrs. Frank Jessen, of
home in Birmingham, Ala. last Sun- I service between Apopka and Orlando, !'N. Y, spent Tuesday here fishing and ,
day after spending the winter in I mking two regular trips each week, 'lunching at Rossmore Inn. w!

Apopka. She was accompanied as far I carrying passengers and doing shop- Windermere, Fla., April 14.-Mr. Mr. R. S. Rowland, of the New Lucerne -
as Jacksonville by her son, T. M. ping when so ordered.A and Mrs. M. E. Read have closed their Orlando, was a visitor at Ross-
Byars, of this place. party of young folks motoredover cottage tad returned to their Northern I more Inn last Friday, bringing some The Peru Panama Hat Co.Is .
Work of erecting the new city jail to Mount Dora last Sunday and home in Wauseon, Ohio. of his guests with him.
has begun under the supervision of report a most delightful trip. i Capt. J. A. Harris and son, Percy,
Contractor W. L. Pannell. The struc- Rev. Geo. D. Reeves is very much !of Winter Park, and Mr. and Mrs. JITNEY BUZZ FANS FOR JACKSONVILLE very thankful to its great number of friendsfor
ture will be built of concrete block improved after several days of suffer- I Harley B. Gibbs, of Clermont, Ohio, HOTEL
and will be strong and secure when ing from la grippe.A. I were guests at Rossmore Inn last their patronage and expecting to make

, completed. C. Starbird has been attendingthe Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville, Fla, April 15.-Traveling -
Uncle Lee Wells and party have convention of Veneer Manufacturers -I and Mrs. S. T. Williams and I men and women have "kicked"on many more friends before we leave Saturdayour
returned to West Virginia after which was held this week. Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Older have returned paying a tax of 25 cents for the
spending most of the winter very Mrs. W. G. Talton has gone to visit to their home in Morenci, use of an electric fan in their rooms last day. Prices $1.75, $2.75 and up.
here. We shall look for- Mr. Talton's relatives in Georgia and
pleasantly Mich. They expect to come back to in hotels, and yet there are times
in the will be absent for several weeks. We bid all good by.
ward for their return early Windermere early next winter to occupy when the fan ceases to be a luxury you
fall.' Mrs. Matthew Hale is reported on and becomes William
their new cottage just com- a crying necessity. -
D. W. Clark has just had the finish- I the sick list. She has been gradually pleted.Mr. Foor, of the Aragon, thinks he

ing touches of paint applied to his failing in health for some years and and Mrs. II. H. Williams, Sr.. has solved the problem. Anyhow he's PERU PANAMA HAT CO.N.
new bungalow on Park avenue and came her eabout a year ago seeking entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Warner going to give it a trial and if it workshe .
First street. B. T. Byars wielded the health, but without permanent suc- of Madison, Wis., last week. will be thrice blessed!

brush. cess.The Mrs. Jas. N. Tyner, of Washington, Mr. Foor said last night that he
Mayor F. II. Davis was a business play, "Cranberry Corners,"will D. C., who has been a guest at Ross- had bought 175 electric buzz fans for ETTKIN, Manager.
visitor in Orlando Wednesday.There be reproduced at the city hall this more Inn for some time, entertainedMrs. the Arazon and Duval hotels with a
is as plendid prospect for week under the auspices of the Ladies' nickel-in-the-slot' attachment.The .
: and Mrs. D. T. McNeil at dinner MERCK'S PHARMACY\ 21 S. ORANGE AVENUE.
Apopka to secure a modern equipped Civic League. When presented last Sunday. tired traveler hikes to his room


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL f


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

Mr. J. E. Watson Miss Stoker and

i Irs. Bankes of Minneola were visitors Think This over
to Orlando
yesterday.


Mrs. T. B. Gillespie left yesterday ( ONOMYtXTR1VAGANCf)

afternoon for Palatka to visit her parents fr
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fry. 7R,4 v.
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Mr. W. Merriweather:: of 1-. ?> l.ap )
one k..vL... ,II _. --- .
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Chuluota's .. tIr? '
oldest and well known citizens -- '"" .;. "t, ;
; I spent yesterday in Orlando.Col. p'::> -;:_ :3. ... I -,..J-. .- # \.f,7. --"", .J t'OS "

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Carey D. Landis, of DeLand -f, 1.1 I / 1: .
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I one of the state's distinguished attorneys ,..--. ..t \ -' .,.'..... .. ; 1 I _" ::.--<-- _.. ,'z."C. ...........,,.. '.:-'l.-. "J"
i : spelt yesterday in Orlando on \1-- I' :
A BANK FOR ALL THE '-
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professional matters. -J ", ; '\-R )PT X
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FAMILY -- 7"c'1.. -------:. :".
I Mrs. D. Sheldon who has been visiting 1--; _:,-: ....:- 'A 7 ';'
;., ''\:,,' '<:d I "' -. ,-:. .
:Mrs.: L. Hodge at 208 Garland > l.'l' u ,- v:. ,
The boy or girl, young street returned yesterday afternoonto \.,.. -...",.:- I/"f-; ,, 111.-; .' _. ?-""-,., ,": .... -,,<:r
man, business woman and i / -''
housewife will all find this her home in Pine Castle. ..:.-\\<" ',"" \\o" '" ,1,, : "''-'(.t.',. 'J"7'_: .,' -,.-., ;-' .:.:.. :. .

Bank useful from their own \\' "' (C.-.:. /.u. /... .
particular point of view. The Guests registering at the San Juan .( ,'", ;/" -'" .
broad and efficient service hotel yesterday included W. A. Davis "'' 'I. 1t ho .getS :"n. '
meets the requirements of all Washington, D. C.; A. T. Billett, Wm. : ihe.rJi '!
classes and Reeder, New York. ?;/!(,\ M 0 n" ..--..
covers every .1" "Fb-..'"
banking need as applied to you ezrr ,%
both. Mr. and lIrs.Iarion C. Reynolds

Savings Accounts and Check- who have spent the winter in Orlando
ing Accounts left yesterday for their home in Providence 2511.90 INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORSON
R. I.
APRIL 1, BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
THE STATE BANK OF
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S.
Andersonwere
HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS
ORLANDO among the season visitors starting -

yesterday for their home in Shus- $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER
nan, N. Y.
CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.

Mr. G. M. Holden, the )popular trav-
iiiii: ij:1i1NOTASMI eling representative of the A. B. & A. Peoples National Bank

railway, with headquarters in Tampa,
spent yesterday in Orlando looking "
IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
after the interests of his road.


Mr. J. F. Townsend a prominent
commission merchant of Philadelphia
arrived in Orlando yesterday and is
making his headquarters at the San
Juan hotel.


EI Mr. W. R. Fuller one of Tampa's "D MM ,' . . . ..

leading business men, spent yesterdayin
Orlando. He has many friends in
AND this city who are always pleased to
see him.

hi INERCHILREFRIGERATORS
Mr. I. W. Phillips is spending sev-

eral days in Atlanta, Ga., this week in
the interest of the Orlando Auto and EargaiJr.
1t ..
9 Supply company. He is expected to
return home Sunday.Mr. .

are designed to meet and :Mrs.: S. R. Duprey and One Buick "
I the demand priced high-grade for medium Mrs. G. C. Crescent will leave today Model 21" five passenger ji

for their homes in Greenport, N. Y.
-L_ --- _- T refrigerators. They have both passed a delightful condition
-- r Careful attention isgiven good throughout.
winter and hope to return in the fall.
not only to the
', = outward ,
appearance
Mrs. J. O. Lucius
and little daughters -
but especially to the
left yesterday for
morning De
general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in Leon Springs where they will spend $875.00

order to produce correct and proper refrigeration. several days with relatives and

i Construction.-The outer case is made of Solid Ash friends.

t with raised panels, finished in Golden Oak. The inner
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. McQuarrie, of
, case is of hardwood lumber and Gainesville, were in Orlando yesterday -
between the two is a thorough guests at the San Juan hotel.
4, insulation of dead air and non- They had been attending the State

, conducting sheating. Horticultural Convention in Tampa,
f ICE CHAMBER.-Galvanized and stopped over to see friends.
- iron lined, with all-metal ice
rack and removable flues. Mr. S. J. T. Seegar and daughter. San Juan Garage Company ji

s Provision Chamber. Galvan- Miss Bertie May, who have been in
iron and odorless white enameled Tampa attending the State Horticul-

with removable drain pipe. tural Convention, were in Orlando 1.111111.111..11111.1111,1111.111..111..11.11111.1..1.1. l I
; Shelves.-Adjustable tinned yesterday afternoon en route to their
; woven wire in all patterns. home in Ocoee.

Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets.
, Swing Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Meadows and .
baseboard. Automatic rain trap.
daughter, Miss Laura Meadows, of

See this before you purchase any Refrigerator Pittsburg who have been spendingsome
time in Jacksonville have gone .
to Orlando for a brief sojourn before
OSCAR HAND & SON returning home.-Times-Union. i .

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Mr. J. C. S. Spencer a well known
transportation man of Jacksonville, I ,

spent yesterday in Orlando looking ..

... II 11111111111I1111111111 1111I1I1111 II 11111111 after the interests of the M. D. & S. I THE SAVINGS CENTER I J ': :-
railway. While here he made his t
headquarters at the San Juan. I '
SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE ..
I
Mr. and :Mrs. F. B. Archer of Chattanooga INVESTMENTS, in the long run are ,
Tenn., who are enjoying a \
I trip through South Florida stopping '! placed where earning power combines with
WEDDING GIFTSWith .
I at all the principal points of intereston GREATEST SAFETY. 1 '
the East and West Coasts, are in : -i .
I Orlando guests at the San Juan ho- That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING ;

tel. '
i DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER =
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an immense stock of Cut Glass, !
I Mr. L. L. Sparrow, head of the en- i I OF FLORIDA.
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- gineering department of the Atlantic I!
4 '
per cent paid on-Saving Accounts. -
I Coast Line Jacksonville, and :Mr.: R.
Painted China and the largest line of E. Haley, division roadmaster Kis-
I simmee were among the railroad men I II
Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in I spending yesterday in Orlando on

the city, we are confident we can please I business. I I

Tavares lost two of her most ,
the most discriminating customer. A popu- I
lar winter visitors last Saturday, I
when Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Carr of'' .
glimpse at our stock will convince you. Grand Rapids left for !
Orlando to [


fallen people leaving spend a in and for few love home.the days with compliment with They Tavares friends said can they and before be had the re ': OF1allO Bank & Trust t C Coially


T.D.EVANSJEWELER turned as a more beloved couple has
never visited our city. They said "
they "
V would return next winter. Quite a Consultation Incurs No Obligation.

number of friends bade them goodbye '
at the depot wishing them a safe I II I
journey and an early return next win- .
ter.-Tavares Herald. !

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