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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 18, 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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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1915. NUMBER 55.
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CARRANZA GENERAL MET TRAGIC DEATH



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GENERAL HERERA SHOT TO Spectacular Naval BRITISH BATTLERS POUND
SIR EDWARD GREY GOES
SOLONS ADJOURN DEATH BY HIS OWN FORTIFICATIONS WITH

V I,i TO ITALY INCOGNITO SOLDIERS Fight In Aegean Sea LITTLE RESULT


t TO REST OVER I I I WAS MISTAKEN FOR VILLISTA Torpedo Boat Sunk! DARDANELLES ENTRY is FAILURE

(Wireless to International News Ser- BEGAN, HAS REALLY LEFT ENGLAND .
vice by Staff Correspondent) UPON A MISSION OF SUPREME London, April 17.-The following

LONDON (VIA SIASCONSET IMPORTANCE.HE Body Was Riddled by Machine announcement was made tonight by Hostile Torpedo Boats Forced to
: SUNDAY HAS GONE TO ROME, the admiralty:
L. I.), APRIL 17.-I AM INFORMED Gun-Death Caused Great Retire-German Aviators
WHERE HE ARRIVED INCOGNITO "The transport Manitou, carrying
THAT SIR EDWARD GREY. WHO THURSDAY. Excitement in Nuevo British troops, was attacked by a Drop Bombs on

WAS OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED liE IS TO DISCUSS TERMS OF Laredo Turkish torpedo boat in the Aegeansea a Collier
AD-
SENATE AND HOUSE
A WEEK AGO AS TAKING A SEPARATE PEACE BETWEEN this afternoon. The Turkish boat

JOURNED TO 4 O'CLOCK I SHORT VACATION FOR THE AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AND THE Laredo, Texas, April 17.-General fired three torpedoes, all missing the Amsterdam, April 17.-A Rotter-

MONDAY FIRST TIME SINCE THE WAR ALLIES. Maclovo Herrera, a Carranza military mark. dam dispatch from Constantinoplestates
I "The torpedo boat then made off
-- -- -- -- the British
commander at Nuevo Laredo, is dead, battleships Majestic -
.& I I as is also his orderly, and several of ;and was chased by the British cruiser and Swiftsure Thursday bombarded -

DAVIS BILL DEATH TO SALOONSWill MANY SOCIALISTS MEET AUSTRIA'S LATEST ORDER his soldiers are wounded. Minerva Turkish and the boat destroyers."The finally. was run the ,fortifications near Kaba Tepe,

Gen. Herrera was mistaken for a on the gulf of Saros, opposite the
ashore and was destroyed on the coast
and Bottle I Villa officer.by Carranza soldiers who Dardanelles Narrows.
Prohibit Draft
:of Chios at Kalamuti bay. The crew '
Hold Interesting Meeting in Dr. That War May Last Longer were reconnoitering on a tour as a The Turkish batteries replied and

Beer in Saloons--Bryan J. C. Howell's Office Last Men Between Eighteen result of the advance of the Villa were made prisoners."It compelled the Majestic to retreat.
that about 100
is
Nuevo Laredo. reported men The following day (Friday) the Majestic
Against Clubs in Dry Mau- army toward -
Night-Talk by Fifty May Be Called aboard the transport lost their lives
According to an official note givingthe again attacked some advanced
Territory rice Nessim for Reserves by drowning. The full partciularshave
batteries.The .
details of the killing of Gen. Her-
been received.
rera, he met deat; hin a most tragic not forts returned the fire, obtaining -
Tallahassee, Fla., April 17.-The (By Prof. C. S. B.) Vienna, April 17.-The Austrianwar manner. I three hits, two behind the bridge

senate in the of the street, The Orlando Socialists were busy office issued the following tonight -
language I He left Nuevo Laredo early in the BASEBALL RESULTS YESTERDAY and one between the funnels. The
last night, holding a successful meet-
is up with its work and loafing on the : morning at the head of his commandof battleship retired from action and the
ing in the office of Dr. J. C. Howell, I I "Owing to the possibility that the National
job. As a result, at the conclusionof I I' about six hundred men to recon- League Swiftsure replaced her, continuing the
on Orange avenue. The numerous last time and in
war may a long or-
noiter.I New York 1, Philadelphia 7. bombardment without result.
session i
Friday's adjournment was seats provided for the occasion were !der to secure the I
necessary reserves I About eight miles away the Herrera Boston 5, Brooklyn 1. The night of April 13-14 hostile tor-
taken until Monday afternoon atI occupied before the meeting began, : untrained men between the ages of 18
staff, all on horseback, mounted a Cincinnati 2, Pittsburg 3. pedo boats attempted to enter the
o'clock. Many of the members got and many had to stand up and listento and 50 will hereafter be liable to mil- Dardanelles
hill to survey the surrounding coun- Chicago 4, St. Louis 7. but were easily drivenoff.
Maurice S. Nessim talk. While '
out of town on the afternoon and itary service. German arimen dropped two
'Mr. Nessim is not a professional try.The Federal League
night trains to spend the week-end I Carranza military train was Newark 5, Baltimore 1. bombs on one of the enemy's colliers
speaker, he acquitted himself success- "DO A GOOD TURN DAILY"OY
with their families. !fully in explaining to the people what s SCOUT MOTTO approaching from Nuevo Laredo. Buffalo 4, Brooklyn 8. near Tendoso.

Senator Wells' buzzard bill was up : Socialism is and what Socialism has I i I| When the train was within one hun- Pittsburg 4, Kansas City 1.
dred of where Herrera stood, REPORTS ON CONDITION OF THE
j yards St. Louis 1, Chicago 4.
I done. The characterized
Friday morning on second readingand meeting The Boy Scouts are now busy in
i the machine gun men on an armored Southern League NATIONAL BANKS IN STATE
occupied considerable time. splendidly a Socialist gathering; thatis various ways earning money for their
steel car began shooting, three guns New Orleans 7, Atlanta 4. OF FLORIDA
agitated, full of thought, hope,life summer camp. Kites are made by )
The discussion, which took a face-
being brought into action. 4 1.
Memphis Chattanooga
and
perfectly systematic.
some of the boys whose talents run
tious turn, was participated in by 1,I After one hour of lecturing, the to the art of kite making. Mr. Hill I Herrera and his orderly were in- Mobile 4, Birmingham 3. Washington, April 17.-The comp-
several senators. It was finally sent stantyl killed, and several soldiers Nashville 7 Little Rock 3.
troller of the
John Skelton
: regular business meeting took place, is kind enough to sell the )kites for currency
for further consid-
committee
back to '
eration. and four new members joined the or- the boys without charge, thereby giving nearby injured. Herrera was rushed South Atlantic League Williams, has just made public a report -

ganization. One of these converts the boys the advantage of all to Nuevo Laredo. Jacksonville 5, Albany 9. showing the condition of the national -

Senator Donegan's bill, No. 136, I made the following interesting remarks profits. Some of the Scouts sell Ah official report was issued, an- Savannah 5, Augusta 6. banks of Florida on March 4,
relative nature's conveniences at pa-
to : and magazines others do odd nouncing the death of Gen. Herrera, Columbia 1, Charleston 7. the last call, as compared with their

public schools and requiring that theybe There are some things about you jobs pers of different kinds; thinking of and great excitement prevailed at Columbus Macon 6. condition December 31, the last pre-
screened, passed. I Socialists that I admire immensely.In Nuevo Laredo which was already American League vious call. The comparison on prin-
the
Also the senate passed Mr. Fogar- the first place, you go after the good times at camp this summer. much excited as a result of the en- Philadelphia 1, New York 9. cipal items follows:
bill the law people. You have no fine buildings These Boy Scout camps are always
ty's amending present tire Carranza garrison having left the
5 Boston 7.
and little Your Washington March 4.-Loans and discounts
speakersare conducted the
very money. by Scoutmaster and as-
relative to the production and distri- '
poorly paid or not paid at all. sistant of each troop.Do i city for a point west to meet the ad- Detroit 5, Cleveland 0. $35,416,023.76; demand deposits, $28-
bution of hog cholera serum. You seem to be everlastingly at your vancing Villistas. St. Louis 4, Chicago 3. 053,869.69; time deposits, $11,212418.58 ,-
a good turn by helping the
Bills on their second reading then doctrines. Not only during political Boy An application was made to Gen- total
resources, $65,296,438.2RDecember
campaigns, but all the around Scouts. ;
occupied the time of the senate until year '
and every year. Every Socialist convert i 'eral Evans tonight for permission to DIRECTORS OF THE DIXIE HIGHWAY 31.--Loans and discounts,
the adjournment hour. becomes a Socialist propagandist.His bring the body to Laredo for inter- ASSOCIATION WILL $36,127,648.99; demand deposits, $24-
Davis Bill Means Death to Saloons "falling from grace" is next to FIRE YESTERDAY MORNING ': ment and the taken
matter was up MEET APRIL 23 077,286.34; time deposits, $11,824-
The Davis bill, the most drastic of impossible. You never seem to be CAUSED $730; DAMAGEFire at Washington.
discouraged. The curious thing about 416.34; total resources, 63229171.75;
all saloon regulation legislation to be
your preaching is that you do not I Frankfort, Ky., April 17In accordance percentage of total reserve, 17.86.
proposed during the present session, originating from an oil stove
promise considerable relief at the
a
FORMER GOVERNOR GILCHRIST with between The large increase in the depositsis
has the approval of both senate and present time, and still it is hopeful. yesterday morning at 10 o'clock vir- an agreement
You appeal primarily to the I IN ORLANDO Governors McCreary, of Kentucky; a striking feature of the report.
working
the
house committees on temperance, and tually destroyed home of Mrs. I _
class whether they are engaged in intellectual Mollie Lendrum Patrick I j Slaton of Georgia, and Ralston, of
it is expected an effort will be made on street, the
or in manual profession.No !; Albert W. Gilchrist, candidate for Indiana, preparations were being TURKISII CAMP ON GULP OF
today to rush it through the house, one can get you to talk so often damage being estimated at $750, I
where it was introduced by Pinney, of about something else. With all this which was covered by insurance. The United States senator spent yesterday -i made at the executive offices here to- SAROS DESTROYED BY

St. Lucie. in your favor it isn't to be wonderedat motor fire truck was pressed into ser- in Orlando. The General was en day to notify the directors of the TWO WARSHIPS

The Davis bill will that :you are making progress. vice and succeeded in route from his home in Punta Gordato Dixie Highway Association that the
practically mean And it is this above all that saving a por-
the death to saloons. It will prohibitthe encourages me progress to embrace your tion of the dwelling. Mrs. Lendrum's Leesburg. When asked by the first meeting of the directors will be London, April 17.It is reported

sale of draft beer and will pro- cause. hands were severely burned in at- scribe as to the nature of his visit, he held in Louisville April 23. from the island of Imbros that two
tempting to the replied that it had no political sig- A statement issued at the office of
hibit the drinking of bottle beer and remove burning oil battleships recently entered the bay
other alcoholic beverages in saloons.If AU REVOIR AND GOOD LUCK! stove from its position near the wall. i nificance whatever that when he did Governor McCreary said the governors of Enos, on the north side of the gulf

the sentiment in both committeesis i! start out on such a mission' there I of Kentucky, Georgia, Indiana, of Saros, and shelled and destroyed a

indicative of the general attitudeof W. E. Warman and Harold See left ANTHONY: DEY NICHOLSMr. i, would be some scientific "log rolling." Illinois, Ohio, Tennessee and Florida, Turkish camp. It is said ten warshipswere

both houses, the measure will go this morning at four o'clock to begin i As the ex-governor of Florida is 'an through which the highway is projected in the fleet that approached the

through easily. Many legislators who their bicycle trip around the United Anthony Dey Nichols passed old hand at the business, he'll "just go I are expected to officially notify -

were certain the proposed submission States, and to visit the PanamaPacific away at Winter Park Friday after- :after those chickens." I I the directors of their action. port.The long talked of occupation by

amendment would be defeated are exposition, which is now holding noon. The deceased was a residentof The Dixie highway is intended to the allies of Mytilene now is immi-

confident the Davis package bill will forth at San Francisco. They will New York city, and was 57 years i MEETING I extend from Chicago to Miami, Fla. nent, according to a Times dispatch

pass. follow the National highway after old. lie is survived by his wife who The directors are authorized to locate from the island of Lesbos.

Representative Bryan, of Osceola, leaving Orlando until they reach New will accompany the body north on to- Regular rehearsal of the Mendelssohn the route. Spotted typhus has reached Lesbos,

expected to introduce in the house to- York. From New York they will pro- night's train. The funeral arrange- Club will be held Monday even- II two cases already having been reported -

day a bill prohibiting the sale of ceed to Kansas City )Missouri via the ments were in charge of Hand's un- ing, 8 o'clock, at the Presbyterian "THE BLACK BOX" DREW IMMENSE says the correspondent. lie reports -

liquor in clubs in counties already Lincoln highway. They have not fully dertaking establishment. vestry. I :: THRONG LAST I that on Wednesday and Thurs-

dry. The bill is intended to suppressthe decided as to what route they will i NIGHT day the weather in the Dardanelles

use of liquor in any social clubor continue on after leaving Kansas City, i was favorable for operations.TO
organization in dry territory.The but they will take the most direct New "Dope" Law Is HardshipOn '! The thrilling serial, "The Black

senate was not in session to- route possible to the coast. The pub- Box" drew an immense crowd last AID UNEMPLOYED WOMEN

day. The house convened at 10 lic will be kept posted concerningtheir Crazed N. Y. Drug SlavesNew evening to the Yowell-Duckworth roof

o'clock. progress and other incidents of garden. "The Black Box" is appearing New York, April 17.-Women composing -
Newton Wants No Limit I the trip through the Morning Senti- 'i in story form each Sunday in the various relief societies here
nel, as :Mr.: Warman has arranged to Sentinel. The first installment start-
Tallahassee, Fla., April 17. York
-Representative April 17.-Fifteen ema- anti-narcotic act, which went into effect took steps today toward putting into
Newton, of Orange county publish his diary weekly through the ciated and distracted drug slaves :March: 1. ed last Sunday the second installment effect a suggestion by Miss Anne

is of the opinion that the constitutionof medium of the Sentinel. The Sentinel were admitted yesterday to the Metropolitan This law requires a record to be I appears in today's issue. Be sure to Morgan urging a permanent nationwide -

the state of Florida should not gives them a hearty send-off, and hospital on Blackwell's kept on government blanks of every read the story and see the pictures at j organization of women to aid ,'

confine the legislature to a two trusts that they will have a delightfultrip. Island. All begged-hard: to be let in | particle of opium, cocoa leaves and the garden Saturday nights I the unemployed of their sex. Miss ;

months period of activity every bien- to undergo the treatment which the : their derivatives, imported, made, I Morgan suggested the idea last night J

nial session. He thinks that no limit ;: charities department officials have j prescribed and sold or given away. LIENS AMOUNTING" TO S12.000 I to the emergency relief committee to

should be set on the time the legislature DICKSON-IVES HAVE PRETTY ; put in operation for their benefit. Every commercial handler of these WILL BE FILED IN VERY help unemployed Jewish girls.

should remain in session and has WINDOWThe 1 The "dope" wards of the :Metropolitan : -(drugs is taxed, and the aim of the I NEAR FUTUREIn i

proposed a resolution providing for Dickson-Ives company have a hospital have been taxed to their measure is to stop all interstate ulr -I --- TO ATTEND FRATERNAL MEETING -
the submission of an amendment do- unique window display. In two of the capacity for weeks. Twenty-five per- r lawful trafficking. the very near future liens

ing away with this clause in the con- windows there are model summer sons were discharged yesterday as Already this law has cut off New I amounting to $12,000 will be filed l

stitution. If the legislature completesits frocks draped around the forms, with- cured though of course the doctorscan j York's supply of contraband "dope" against property owners on East Several Orlandoites will leave today i

# work before sixty days he thinks out a single stitch in them-that is, not say that the patients will not j from New Jersey and Pennsylvania Church street, West Central avenue to attend the sixtieth annual session

that adjournment should be taken, the gowns and dresses are draped on be back again unless the new law and has driven the poorer drug slaves West street, and Magnolia avenue for of the Grand Lodge of Florida, and J

and if the legislature is unable to the form without having been previously completely cuts off their supply of from cover, half crazed at their depri- recent paving. The liens are againstall the annual meeting of the Florida Re- 1

complete all the work before it in the cut and sewed together. The drugs.It vation. property owners abutting on new- bekah Assembly, Independent Order 1

given time he thinks that it should be artistic work was done byIrii.. is estimated by the police and Last night there were 147 "dope ly paved streets finished before and of Odd Fellows, which will be held in ,

authorized to continue in session un- Blanche Hall of the ready-to-wear de- the federal authorities that 500 drug fiends" in three of the city hospitals, including March 17. Gainesville, Monday, Tuesday and i

til such time as it will be possible to partment. The display is of consider- fiends have been caught or have surrendered as follows: :Metropolitan: 60; Bel'evue Wednesday, April 19, 20 and 21. j

complete the legislation proposed. able interest at the present time as in New York city within the 55; :Kings County, 32. THE WEATHER

His amendment to the constitution the Dickson-Ives company is featuring last wo weeks. In public and private hospitals in Latest popular music in stock. Music '
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provides that the legislature shall "sewing week" at the present I The rush of the drug addicts is at- Greater New York there are fully Florida: Fair Sunday and proba- ordered at once. Curtis & O'Neal,-

meet as at present. .time. tributed to the new United States 2,000 drug addicts, the police say. bly :Monday.: book, stationery and music store.






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The first really destructive fire Orlando has had Think it over---when you have a GAS RANGE r J i


in several months came Saturday morning and was in your kitchen you eliminate two-thirds of the fire-


caused by a GASOLINE STOVE. danger! Don't you think that for this consideration (I

alone GAS is a good investment. 1F t I



F In fact statistics show that two-thirds of the I $15 Invested in a Gas Range will l do more to save you


, fires in residences are caused by oil I and gasoline from fire loses than $25.00 spent for insurance, besides giving

' the service of the only perfect cooking stove ma d e-A Gas Range

stoves or defective flues. Can you afford NOT to Cook with Gas?

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HAPPYLAND 'Corner Central A\e.CHURCH and West St.) !i THE CAPITAL
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t Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister. I Cow Peas
school 9:45
f \ re live but once. Let us partake of earth's good Sunday Church service at at 11 a.a.m.m.; subjectof i
j|i By C. F. Johnson
things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun- sermon "Friends and Friendship. j
Tallahassee, Fla., 15.-When
j I April
i This will be the last church service Velvet Beans
try. Verily, fellow.-pilgrims, life is happy land for him before vacation. I 1 the nineteen and fifteen session of the
f The Sunday school will continue i Florida
in June
|I legislature adjourns
r
who buys his smokes of the until June 1. i
Unity Circle on Wednesday after- (I the political situation determining the I Kaffir Corn
noon. (I future candidates for the various I

Good and Bad Cigar StoresOUR ST. LUKE'S--CATHEDRAL- state offices will have been definitely
I settled.
The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen dean. I
Second Sunday after Easter. I With ,V. V. Knott present comp- Ambler Sorghum

The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. I troller, as the first known candidate I II

Sunday school 9:45. I for governor, every day of the present -

Evening Morning prayer prayer and and address sermon, 11.7:30.CHRISTIAN I I session has brought out new can- Natal Grass .

-- didates for other offices until now

MOTTO SCIENCE one little city Marianna, lays claimto
:
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
a candidate for practically the en-
Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Doc Teosinte
Small Profits and Quick Returns. trine of Atonement. tire administrative list.

Wednesday evening service at 7:45. Cephus Wilson, who is grand mas-
Why not identify yourself with the Co-Operative Third floor corner South Orange ter of the state of Florida of the Masonic -
Produce Co., and buy feeds and foodstuffs avenue and Church street. Entrance
your at cost, lodge, has definitely announced
Church
streetGERMAN
plus a small per cent for storing, handling, etc. and be- on I candidate for
i --0-- /I I as a governor, thus ac-
/I All Kinds Garden and Farm
independent and progressive Seed
come an buyer? EVANGELIC LUTHERAN cording to the statement of close

See us about it. It cost nothing to investigate the I CHURCH I. friends, eliminating his brother Hon.
plan. II Services every first and third Sunday Emmet who has served
I Wilson as Fresh Seed and Right Prices
.1 in the month at 2 p. m., at Sev-
THE CO-OPEHATIVE PRODUCE CO. enth Day Adventist building, West congressman for the first district during -
Central avenue.G. the past term. Mr. Cephus Wilson -
W. L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 I
W. Ruehle, pastor. was state senator from Jackson

METIIOIIST I county for eight years, and is well

FIRST(Corner Main and Jackson CHURCH Sts.) I known throughout the state being at City StoreJ.
Drug
John IJ. Ley pastor. present president of the Peoples
Show Your ColorsWe Bible school 9:45 a. m.; C. E. Howard bank Marianna..
superintendent. Lesson study. Of the candidates for congress in
"The Shepherd Psalm." New pupil L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
solicited. the first district Senator B. II. Lind-

have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m sey is prominently mentioned as a
flag jointed by the pastor; subjects: morning, "A strong factor in the race. With Em-
flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A Pauline Standard of Discipleship "
; I met Wilson not in the running his
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for and evening, "A Cake Hungry Prophet"
peace There will be good music at each ser I personal friend, J. Walter Kehee expects -
:patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these handsome vice. Visitors cordially welcomed. to have an easy contest over

sets on your home. Junior League, 2:30 p. m.; Senior the field. Mr. Kehoe hails from Pen-
I
League, 6:30 p. m.This
Week sacola and was in the race eight

\v. S. BRANCH Ladies' Aid Society, Monday 3 p.m.. j I years ago and was declared elected The Mar3.etOF :
in church parlor.Wednesday 1 j I by 18 votes. When the election was

7:30 p. m., mid-week contested Mayes was declared the CLEANLINESS OF
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE J services. Think about it. Plan foi I QUALITY
it. Be there. winner. Mr. Kehoe then lost Jefferson OPPOSITE POST OFFICE .
and Madison counties by
-- -- 1,500
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I votes but these two counties are not .
(At the Grand) now in the first district, and for that Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Rev. Edward T. Poulson D. D.,I I reason he feels confident of success. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
pastor; Mr. Samuel A. Newell super-
CAREY HANDFUNERAL intendent of the Sunday school; Mr. Senator Y. L. Watson, of Quincy, is and pure.
George Wr. Phillips, director of the also understood to be priming for the We invite inspection and guarantee Ratlsfactlon. We have
choir Mr. William S. Branch Jr.,
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organist. contest in the first district. Judge everything in the Meat Line.
"'. II. Price Marianna, is now at
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Classes
DIRECTOR for all ages and teachers with well the capital for a second time since FI:. j\dL Self die Co.
prepared lessons. Baraca class at the the opening of the session of the legislature -
AND) EMBALMERAll new church. Men not in other schools NO. 80
are especially invited. and is mixing with friends pHONE PINE STREET

Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. I and politicians of West Florida.
m., with the pastor in charge. Friends of Hayes Lewis internal
Morning sermon "Our Calling.:'
I revenue collector of Jacksonville continue -
calls answered I Evening subject "Why Am I Not a
Promptly Dayor Christian?" to assert that he will be a candi-

B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. b.. date for governor, and an effort has
Night. Hand Block. in the Baraca hall; Mr. Eugene lleid, been made to launch a gubernaterial

president. boom Montcalm Breward of Jack-
Prayer and fellowship meeting sonville. It is asserted that ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
I I Hayes
Orlando Florida.PHONE Wednesday night in Baraca hall in
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new church. I
The public is cordially invited to I-I

639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, 1' attend all services. If you have no believed that he is stronger throughout SHEET METAL CO.
church home in this city come and I
the state than he is in the home
j be at home with us. Join with us in
I the popular Sunday evening service.0 district, and for that reason it is be-

I lieved he will finally decide to become Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH a candidate for governor. ,
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg D. D., pastor. With W. T. Thagard, of f
one the
and Rubber
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. I RoofingsCornices
O'Neal superintendent. state banking examiners announcedas
Men's Bible class in auditorium at a candidate for comptroller W. P.
Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
S.A. Y- 9:45 a. m.Services Coles of Jacksonville is mentinoed as ,
: at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning sermon, "Contrasts." a possible candidate for the same )
Evenine sermon. "Grace." place. Mr. Coles is understood to have Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

Young 1'eopie's Society at 6:30 p.m. been the campaign manager for

Mr. Business Man, I will in ladies' parlor. Judge Van Swearingen, in the recent
Prayer
: meeting Wednesday at 7:30 '
offer for p. m.; topic. "Confirmed Experiences.'' mayorality contest in Jacksonville.
ten days to sub- i Forrest Dabney Carr choir director I

divide the ; ; Miss Roberta Branch organist WORK ON APOPKA CITY JAIL !
property cor- Special music. Seats free. Public j
cordially invited to all services. I Apopka.-Work on the city jail is'

ner Orange Avenue, Jack- progressing very rapidly and will soon .i( The Orlando Meat MarketT.

son and Boone streets in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY be completed. This little building is

being constructed of cement blocks : A. YANCY Manager!
parcels to suit purchaser. I WANTED-Salesman and collector and will be an ornament when com- J
i Apply No. 43 East Pine street
Look the Monday p. m. or Tuesday a. m. pleted. Mr. Pannell, the contractor, :I; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
matter over.C.A.HOVEY i 4-18-te; is building himself a house of the .
I II Florida and Western Meats
I same kind of material on Park ace
FOR RENT Two I
rooms furnished rue.t. .
I or unfurnished. 703 Anderson S Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
413fit"FOE
The cynic thinks that results in '
I -- : Special'Attention: to Hotel and Out of Town'Ordcrs
would be better if '
SALE-Purest bred White Indian general men re
': Runner duck for membered that at time is
eggs hatching; any a ytod
f Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
one choice dollar breedingpens.per twelve.. Now's Also the a time few I time to clean up in and not reserve ;j' PHONES "\ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.

to hatch 'em. W. K. Hale Route 1. !their efforts for a particular week or '
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AN INTERESTING ONEBy I I Present Lengthy MemorialBy



C. F. Johnson C. F. Johnson Sweafier, Live Oak; Mrs. W. L. Hill.

Tallanfessee, Fla., April 15. One of Tallahassee, Fla., April 15.The Gainesville; Mrs. Theodore Wass.
. the most interesting departments of Florida Federation of Women's Clubs Fernandina; Miss Ozie Fisher. Lake
memorial to the membersof City. Section 3-Mrs. T. M. Shackle-
the state government is that of Shell presented a
Fish Commissioner T. R. Hodges. An the Florida legislature today calling ford, Tallahassee, chairman; ;Mrs.

exhibit of various shell fish that are for the enactment of various bills, Chas. A. Cay, Tallahassee; Mrs. C. I i The Big StoreSATURDAY I ;

available as a food supply: along the many of which had been already introduced Talbot Whitfield, Tallahassee; Mrs. L.

coasts of the state of Florida has in both houses.A I H. Pierce, Pensacola. Section 4-Mrs.

been placed in the lobby of the capitol partial list of needed legislationas F. E. Jennings, Jacksonville, chair-

and attracts much attention. Ev- outlined in the memorial follows: man; Mrs. A. G. Cummer, Jackson- MONDAY and TUESDAY

ery stage of the life of an oyster is An act to establish an industrial ville; Miss Francis Anderson Jack- ,

depicted in the many articles on display school for girls, with an appropriationfor sonville; Mrs. Ion Farris, Jacksonville -

and samples from differentpirts grounds, buildings and equipmentof ; Mrs. W. B. Young, Ortega; Mrs. 3 BIG DAyS 3
of the state show what changesa $50,000, with an annual appropriation Samuel P. HHubrn, Palatka. Section

few shell miles fish.along the coast will makein appropriation for maintenance of $75,000 of $15,000.for rebuilding An- 5 chairman-Mrs. ;A.Mrs.E. A.Frederick E. Clark, Miami West, You can<< make your dollars buy more at the Big Store |

IV It was not expected that the shell the boys' industrial school at Ma- Palm Beach; Mrs. F. II. Webber than any store in Orlando. We quote a few of the
ianna, and $25,000 annually for BontonIrs.. L. II. Reed, New Smyrna -
department fish commissioner of the could state make governmenta the new maintenance. A sufficient appropriation ; Mrs. C. E. W. Debbs, Key West; many bargains. Hundreds of other items just as good.

to establish a state hospital for Mrs. W. S. Jennings, president Flor-
paying proposition for several children Create commis- ida Federation Women's Clubs
crippled a ; DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITYLAWNS
but the report that was
years pre-
siion to study the need for a state Mrs. Harry B. Minium, corresponding
sented to the committee on fisheries
hospital for epileptic and feeble minded secretary Florida Federation of Wo-
this week when some changes were children. A health provision in men's Clubs. + in white and fancy, regu- CHILDREN'S -DRESSES splendid

asked in the laws governing this department 'marriage laws of the state. Of the bills advocated in the memo- ;: ular 12>/+c. and 15c. values, 10 yds $1.00 line to choose from, $1.25 quality $1.00 j 1!i

was a surprise to every An act creating a commission to rial, those pertaining to prohibtion, CAMBRIC, fine soft finish, yard wide LADIES DRAWERS, made of a good
member of the committee. The
report -
i study the need for widows' pensions. compulsory education marriage law, 121/. quality, 12 yards for _____1.00 quality muslin, 25c. quality, 5 for $1.00
covered a period of eighteen
: Substituting the electric chair in capital collection of vital statistics state
months and shows property and MUSLIN, bleached, free from dress- LADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of
punishment for hanging. Free highway commission, prizes for
money to the credit of the shell fish can- ing, yard wide, lOc. quality, 14 yds Gingham and Percales, $1.25 quality -

commission amounting to $11,071.78and school books. ning and corn clubs and free school for ___________________________$1.00 for -_______________________$1.00
An act granting Royal Palm Hammock books, have been introduced, and all
a net profit to the state above all a tract of 960 acres, to the Federation except the prohibition measure are BROWN MUSLIN, full yard wide, 7c LADIES KIMONAS, good styles,

running expenses $4,848.26.. 'I, of Women's Clubs as a state progressing as rapidly as possible in quality, 20 yards for ___________1.00 $1.25 quality for _______________$1.00

The primary object of the commis- I park. both houses. The prohibition amend- One lot of Lawns, Voiles, Madras LADIES WHITE SKIRTS, good quality TI

sion was to conserve the shell fish industry This petition was signed by com- ment was disposed of by being killed and Batiste, in whites, slightly regular $1.25 grade for ______$1.00 '. \
of Florida. Aside from the mittees from the different sections of in the senate .
Wednesday.Other
soiled worth 30c. 35c. and 50c.
,
BUNGALOW APRONS, GOc. quality -
financial the has been
gain, industry
the state, as follows: measures called for in the Special, 6 yards for ____________$1.00 special, 2 for _______$1.00 '
placed on a business basis and the ---------
(Mrs. J. W.) Jessie McGriff, chair- memorial have been discussed by prom-
law has been enforced in a manner to man legislative committee, Jackson- inent members of the legislature since SHEETS a good quality 72x90, reg- BOYS PANTS $1.25 and $1.50 quality -

increase the natural resources along ville. Section 1-Mrs. H. J. Drane, the opening session and may find ular 50c. quality 3 for __________$1.00 special for -----------______$1.00

these lines and conserve the shell fish Lakeland, chairman; Mrs. Ida Whitte their way to the calendar at an early SHEETS a good heavy weight, full BOYS WASH SUITS, 50 different

for future generations. Parker, Clearwater; Mrs. R. N. Chelf, date. size, 65c. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 and $1.50 quality for $1.00
During the past eighteen months Brooksville; Mrs. C. II. Halderman, Many of the measures were called
PILLOW CASES a good heavy BOYS
SHIRTS AND BLOUSES
15,000 barrels of shell have been Manatee. Section 2-Mrs. R. A. Bu- for also in the message of the gover 75c
planted in suitable places along the ford Ocala Mrs. R. L.George's grade size 42x36, 15c. quality, 10 quality, 2 for __________________$1.00
. chairman ; nor. for ___________________________$1.00
coast and already these beds are cov- BOYS BATHING SUITS, 75c. quality -

ered with young oysters of sufficient PILLOW CASES, 42x36 and 45x36 2 for _______________$1.00 I I
. Sound. At least colors -------
size to be marketetd at next season. one new I are necessary are inserting a made of a good heavy muslin scal-
The season for 1915 closed today. natural oyster bed was discovered by clause: "Providing colors can be ob- loped, regular 25c. quality, 6 for __$1.00 CHILDREN'S ROMPERS, $1.25 1

Better conditions have been main- this survey and every foot of oyster tained. quality for ____________________$1.00
size
producing water has been charted and Four hundred million dollars is invested BEDSPREADS large good '
tained throughout the oyster produc- in the hands of the commisioner I in weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SHOES for Misses and Children, T
works in
placed dye
ing section of the state during the existence Germany. sizes S'/j to 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00
of the commission.A at the expense of the government. Americans of wealth hesitate to sink TABLE LINEN bleached 60 inches
This has caused comment at the I their money in such works here, fear- wide 39c. quality: 4 yards for ____$1.00 BAREFOOT SANDALES in Tan for
representative of this paper had capital as to the possibility of obtaining "ing the flood of cheap German dyesat Misses and Children, sizes 8'to 2

the pleasure to inspect the boats and assistance from the federal gov- the close of the war, upon which TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for ______________________I____$1.00
equipment in use along the coast by wide, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality -
Shell' Fish Commissioner Hodges this ernment in conserving the salt water j the 30 per cent tariff has little ef 2 yards for _________________$1.00 LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS,
fish of Florida. But it is asserted .
fect.A odd lot worth to $4.00 special$1.00
week, and to take oysters from some TABLE DAMASK: bleached, 2 yards up *
that the state will have to show their I ; ;
of the newly planted beds. The oysters willingness by starting this FINISHING TOUCH TO APOPKA wide pure Irish Linen, $1.25 quality DINING ROOM CHAIRS, solid oak, |

are of the first quality, and plentiful ment. moveI I' RESIDENCEMr. for ________________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00 Tl

showing the possibilities in replenishing Next Monday night Dr. F. C. Moore, LADIES HOSE, black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS 16 and 18 inch

any of the depleted oyster chief of the bureau of fisheries at T. W. Wilson's residence, "The 50c. quality, 3 pairs for _________$1.00 regular $1.50 quality for ________$1.00
bars of the state, if funds and
equipment is provided.The proper. Washington, D. C., will address a Oaks," was electrically lighted on LADIES SILK GLOVES, 16 button, SUIT CASES, 24 inch regular, $1.50
joint meeting of both houses of the Tuesday night. The spacious verandas black and white, $1.50 quality__ $1.00
quality, special for _____________$1.00
Seafoam is the
yacht used by legislature on the fish and shell fish looked very inviting with their
Mr. Hodges ,and his employes in car- resources of Florida, and it is believed ; bright lights, and the beauty of the RIBBONS, beautiful line in plain and CURTAIN SCRIM, white and ecru.
rying out the cruising work looking that some efforts will be made to have I scene was further enhanced by the fancy, worth up to 45c, 5 yards for $1.00 25c. and 29c. quality, 5 yards for_$1.00

after the leasing of oyster bars,which this session of the I MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, odd lot, 1.50
legislature pro- surrounding grounds and shade trees. RUGS, Crex and Wool Fibre size 36x
for ______________ ,
of is increas- quality special $1.00
source revenue rapidly vide laws for the conservation of the The
family and their will find 72 for
guests $1.50 quality ____________$1.00
ing. This trim little boat is well suit- salt water fish. this a delightfully cool and pleasant WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quality -

ed to the work but is hardly large place during the coming summer.- special for _________________$1.00 FANCY ART CHINA beautifully i.
enough for active work all the year Apopka News. MEN'S FOUR IN HAND TIES, odd decorated worth $1.50 to $2.50

choice ____________________$1.00
round, due to the fact that the weather DYE FAMINE MAY AFFECT your
lot, 50c. quality, 3 for ___________$1.00
is oftentimes very rough on the An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free MEN'S UNION SUITS, one lot, regu- ALUMINUM KETTLE 4 quart size,

gulf and demands a larger boat with at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf lar $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00 [
steam power. During the past eigh- THE WHOLE NATIONWashington
LADIES GINGHAM APRONS 25c. 2 DOZEN LEADED GLASS TUMBLERS -
, ,
teen months the Seafoam and her
crew including Mr. Hodges as cap- Forage Grocery Co. quality, 5 for __________________$1.00 thin and dainty for _____$1.00
D. C.-Two million LADIES GOWNS 75c. JAPANESE BASKETS beautiful :
tain, have had some very narrow escapes quality, spec- ,
along the coast in gales encoun- American workers whose activity is SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND i' ial, 2 for ______________________$1.00 line, worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00 i.
somehow face MONDAY -
tered. A smaller boat is used in the dependent on dyestuffs
idleness. The United States has -
bay around Carrabelle and Apalachicola now
only two months supply. Importsfrom 1,000 Ibs. Armour's "Star" hams DOLLAR DAY IN GROCERY DEP'T.II
as a patrol boat to enforce the cut off and the at, per lb. _IRc.
regulations of the commissioner. This Germany are 3 cans No. 3 tomatoes _25c.
was a necessity because when bars outlook for a satisfactory output in 3 cans corn _23c. LOT NO. 1 LOT NO.3

are getting depleted they are "dosed"to the United States is not promising.Here 5 3 cans bottles cleanser __2oc.25c. 3 Cans V. C. Cream, large, value _____30c 3 cans Tomatoes -------------______30c i

oyster men for a term of years in are some of the industries affected 4 lb. can Snowdrift catsup lard _40c. 2 cans Tomatoes, value ____________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder ----_________33c

order to replenish the supply. While : Arbuckle's coffee _18c. 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot. Blue Ketchup ------------____25c
most of the oyster men have heartily Textiles including apparel, carpets 12 V. C. cream, tall _85c. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans Best Corn -------------_____40c

co-operated with the commisisoner and upholstery; paints, including automobile 2 beans medium_sized V. C. pork and 25c 1 bottle B. H. Ketsup value __________15c 3 Rolls Toilet Paper -----------_____25c
t
there are some who make the pres- and carriage manufacture; Best butter _38c .

ence of a patrol boat necessary.At ink, including the printing trades; paper Compound lard, per lb. _lOc, 1.45 $1.55 ; ;
Apalachicola and other places feather and leather manufacturers 50 lb. pail compound lard_$-1.25 LOT NO. 2 LOT NO.4.
All varieties salt Ib.n.lOc-Uc
pork
along the coast where the large ; and a host of minor industries.It .
oyster Breakfast bacon boneless shoulders 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 Ibs Best Lump Starch ___
_____________
canneries are located the ownersof is easy to see from this list that boneless hams, and Georgia smoked
1 best California Pears value ____30c
can 7 Cakes Lenox Soap
the canneries have been hearty the whole industrial activity of the bacon will be sold at very low prices. -------r----------
Roiled sliced ham lb. .: 6 pkg. Jewell :Matches, value ________30c. 3 packages Pearline
___
supporters of the work. The size of nation be stifled by the lack of per >e ________________
oyster taken from the bars is I dyes.In. may Mallo icing and topping, 2 cans..45c. 1 bot. Lemon Extract ---___________25c 2 packages Cel Starch _________________
one 3 lb. can best table peaches_ITc. 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup ________________23c
regulation that the canners have 1913 Germany furnished 74 percent I 3 Prince Albert tobacco -25e. 2 Ivory Soap, small ___________________
helped to enforce. of the world's artificial dys- 6 pkgs. 5c. cigarettes _25e. 1 Bottle Best Ammonia _______________
Just what will be All tobacco 5c. sellers, 6 for :>cAll $1.40 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner ______________
legislation finally stuffs amounting to $92,000,000; and tobacco lOc. sellers. 3 for_ ncMrgic .
enacted at this season of the legislature of the remaining per cent. she fur- stock food, per pkg. __n20{,
to enlarge the powers of the nished the raw materials for more 3 cans lOc. syrup _25c.;
commissioner is at present unknown. than half. 3 t lb.cans Campbell's soon _2;;c. \ \ YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT FOR $1I
White House" coffee _34c i
but it is believed that some changes Of many dyes she had a monopoly.More Loose ground coffee _ISc.!
needed will be provided for. than 900 different dyes result Good green coffee _K.o. : I
The joint committees on fisheries of from coal tar derivatives and of these 3 tattles pickles _25e.Don't .

the senate and house have decided on American dysmakers: have made less m!. We forget will save to buy you your money.feed Please from ROOF GARDEN, MONDAY NIGHT

increasing the salary of the shell fish than 100 on a commercial scale. note that we make same prices for

commissioner to $3,000 a year, and allowing (seat Britain is as hard hit by lack Monday as we do for Saturday. Thi FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW

$1,200 for expenses. When it of German dyes as the United States. ourselves is to accommodae from being you overworked and to save on With Every paid admission to Roof Garden Monday night a dish of Hand's Pure Ice

proximately 3.000 miles ofshrdlcmf She is bidding against us for what Saturday night, especially deliveringafter Cream will be given absolutely fret1.
proximately three thousand miles of dyes are available and prices have al- midnight.
coast the traveling that must be doneto reached high levels. Manufacturers Phone 638.
Rex
Drama Ben Wilson.
carry out the work is great. During contracting to deliver goods for which Get the news in the Sentinel first. Big U Drama, 2 PeelsllcQuarrie I 'T ern.n. ,
the past year about twenty thousand I .SIX'IONTIIS TO LIVE'"NO.
miles have been traversed by the : 329" Sterling Juvenile.

Seafoam with Shell Fish Commissioner ..OLIVE t'S PET'

Hodges in charge looking after Why don't call and let
you us quote you our ION
conditions in the shell fish industry. ', Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights 5c. and lOc.
With the work in such good shape
and provision made for the extensoin. Summer Rates at theZEtocrpire

Florida will soon realize her share of

business So efficient in this has industry.been: the work of : :Hotel: :: Y owell-DllCkwortll Co.Orlando's

the commission that the attention of .

the federal government was called to
the conditions, and the shell fish boat The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added, Did It."
Store.
Largest "Quality {
of that department, the Fishhawk, makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live. iI i
was sent about two months ago to I
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THE DAILY I LOOKING'ON THE RABID RUDOLPH SAYS: I I -

SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE. ,
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South Florida Sentinel I :
,_ You can always tell by a woman's The more I think of modern baseball : -
MORNING AND WEEKLY I face whether she has lived on the methods, th emore I think Chris-
:_ GLENN ............ ..........Editor Columbus P01-i SALEA
C ESSINGTON ._ _. .Luaiaesa lUana HEnt..nd sunny side of life, or whether the topher wasted one perfectly :
gloomy corners have been hers. The good egg!

da. a.. second at the Class pnete Mail Matter.at Orlando. Fk>r- character which has blossomed in sunshine When the Yale bowl is empty 80,000 SEWING WEEK

shows itself in a smooth skin people ain't there-which is the advantage -
SUBSCKllTION RATES clear and cheerful The of having small -
Daily.' I Year ........................ *;3. eyes a mouth. a park.
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2..0Daily. character which has been kept in the
S' Months .................. 1-25
Daily, 1 Month .....:..............eo.... .50Weckly shadows, on the contrary, can readilybe CUT FLOWEIS TO ORDER-Carna"-
--- ---- detected by the wrinkles of discontent tions. Miss Hope Starbu k. 40:i :. I
-.-! l -_Year- .........._...." ...._._11.00 Livingston avenue. Phone 521. new two-story
0 around the
eyes: and lips, 4-18-3tc ;-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN' s--
eight room modern ,
ADVANCETO querulous mouth and unhappy eyes.
---ADVLRTISERS- -- ;-- But perhaps you would ask, how isit FOR SALE-Ten or twenty acres of and unique dwell- .,
t possible for every one to live in fire trucking land on railroad. Or
C.ie, fer display and all other hnd-s will trade for property near Orlando.P. ing, with double \ ;
ad..rrti..insr must t>r handea in at the bu.inm flRtf .! the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. would say that while some are born sleeping porches,
the day before publication. ThU rule applies
to chances for contract aderti 2; it i> with golden spoons in their mouths CARD 01' THANKS modern garage and j:
. invariable and will, be strictly_adhered_ to.Subscriber and walk along a glittering: path yet Mr. Miles Simmons and family desire -I butlers
desiring The Sentinel d'vonCinued to others only misfortune is given and to express their appreciation of quarters, r
thuuM notify the OiS iee in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be their paths are at times very dark in- the kindness shown them by friends very pretty location ,

continued until notice at to the stop regular u received.subscription rates. deed. Then, you would ask, how is it I and neighbors during their mother's I overlooking Lake

: Telephone Numb r. ...................... 24 possible for those in the shadows to illness.
Eola. $4500.00 will
acquire the sunshine of life?
SUNDAY APRIL 18 191;).
,
Shadows of sunshine are not a question The coming of the new motor fire buy this if taken

most of material possessions;of dollars truck has certainly brought with it now, it is a bargain.
There is one thing that the
and cents. The sun does not shine
more fire alarms. Two yesterday is .
stingy person is willing to give awaya any more for those of wealth than it two too many. Maybe it would be

secret. does for those in poverty; and the wise to return to the old system? Or

o sunshine which leaves the face cheer-I maybe it would be wise to get two
IF THE TABLES Within few short weeks SUMMER
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fu and sweet in old age motor fire trucks. Any way the new a very
EVER TURN.If from the sky but from within. GLORIOUS SUMMER with its bril-
come "boat" acts as a jinx or hoodoo. ,
the honorable S. S. Griffin ever You make your own sunshine or liant sunshine and its exquisitively cool
S. G. Dolive & Son
gets "down to charge and out"a ham in sandwich Florida'andwishes anda shadows as you will. The thoughts : and breezy evenings and nights will be 1.
I
you think, the way in which you meet DoctorsBIleklUlisfel'
of coffee he will most certainly with us. Are YOU prepared to meet these
cup the joys or sorrows which may come :
that he ever introduced House REAL ESTATENo. delightful days nights with appropriate -
regret to you all go to make your life brightor & Bnmdagc and
Bill No. in 1915, which providesthat dark. It is not the actual incidents 3 WEST PINE STREET I apparel? Are all your sewing arrange-
a "board beater" must be pun- in life which OSTEOPATHS
bring sorrowor
your I ments made? Can you look forward with
ished by imprisonment in the county joy but the way in which you meet Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat Second Floor equanimity to what the hot weather will
I
exceed three months or by
jail not to them. Kirksville :Mo.
I bring forth? We believe some can, but
fine not exceeding $100.
Every human being has his own 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples C I
0 frankly we have our doubts as to the ma-
share of grief and trouble. Let
us National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. I In
Our spring crop of whiskered affinities learn to meet them, then, in the right !I jority. SEWING WEEK will help those

is on the decline, probably due way. Let us learn to appreciate the who have been either tardy or could not
to the high cost of meal tickets. sun the more because of the cloud J-
find the time and SEWING WEEK will
o which for a time obscured it. Just
BUILDING FORPOSTERITY. 1 1 appeal to others as a means of increasingtheir
because we have had sorrow and wor-
wardrobe at considerable
moneysaving -
ry in, perhaps, a greater share than
.
The northwest portion of Orlando comes to most persons is no reason economies.
will be greatly benefited by the new why we should become embittered

pavement which will soon be con- under our misfortunes and look at e

structed on Lake View avenue. The everything from behind our cloud of TOMORROWIS

city and county will jointly pave this misery. Let us brush away the

avenue to the city limits, making the clouds and look for their silver lin-
pavement sixteen feet wide. The ngs. THE FIRST DAY OF SEWING WEEKIn

work is progressing rapidly and the o Magnolia AvenueI a

pavement will soon be finished. All Bishop Cameron Mann, of Florida, every City or Town ot Importance-

over Orlando from one end to the presided yesterday at the funeral of have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- wherever a store of the size character,
other improvements are being made William R. Nelson, editor and owner and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrif-
of lasting and eternal good to poster- of the Kansas City Star, and one of uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. ty community-SEWING WEEK is a dis-

ity. the; most progressive and unselfish This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a tinct feature.

0 journalists of the present generation.A number of bearing fruit trees. Aside from the money saving advantages of
The man who can not see improve- better man could not have been selected HOME DRESSMAKING which this store cannot
I ment in the highways of Orange to perform the last rites over I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof too strongly advocate-we believe the habit of

county since we started to work in a the! body of so fine a character.- feet off south end. setting aside one week-say in each month-is

systematic way doesn't see as much Tampa Times. going to become more and more general.It .
t as his horse. The house is in good condition and is arranged into

o ADDITIONAL LOCAL light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income developes initiative, resourcefulnessand
:NOW IS GOOD a keener appreciation of good values
of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
f TIME TO BUILD. Mr. and Mrs. Farrington, who have which to economical women-TO YOU-

Far sighted people are taking ad- been spending; the fall and winter bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT will become more valuable as time passes.

p. vantage of the present situation and months in Orlando, at the Glendale, BARGAIN. To all who have ever felt that they are,with all

;r are making plans to build in Orlando on West street, will go to Jackson- their work and planning not accomplishing as
t this summer and fall. It was stated ville the first of the week where they Cash or terms. much as should be accomplished towards replen-

t that one contractor had plans for will take the boat for Boston Mass. ishing the children's and their own wardrobes

. 420,000 in residences for the very They are both delighted with the City
!s near future. All one needs to do tot beautiful and the excellent climate. SEVINGVEEK OFFERS UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES -

, .convince himself that building opera- .
tions are on the increase is to walk Mrs. J. B. Ley left yesterday after- The joy of making something useful-and the sat

around Orlando see the little stakes noon for Tampa where she will visit S.Y.WAYInsurance isfaction which comes with knowing that spare
i. relatives and friends in her former
laid out, watch the groups lookingover moments are being used to good purpose-will be
a recently purchased lot, and home. Rev. J. B. Ley will go to that YOURS the minute you enter the spirit of SEW-
city the first of the week to attend
perhaps overhear a conversation be- a ING WEEK and turn it to practical account.
tween Friend Wife and Friend Husband meeting of the board of trustees of and Real Estate Agent

discussing the merits or the de- Sutherland College, and upon his return TO FACILITATE your efforts along
to Orlando will be accompaniedby these lines, we will arrange suggestive
, merits of where the "sun parlor"should
, be located. Mrs. Ley. PHONE 172 Sewing Week Displays in the windows and
T throughout the store demonstrating the

o Mr. Jas. S. Hall, of Rising Sun, made garment and also giving the actual
Joe Reese of the Reporter-Star is
Ind., who has been spending the win- costs that we are sure you will appreciate.
dashing off poetry these days. Say,
ter with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bence, at
Joe, how would you rhyme Huerta There Will Be Special OfferingsIn
400( East
Pine street, left Friday afternoon -
and Griffin? Or could ? I
you for Jacksonville and thenceto Silks, Dress and Wash Goods, special offer-

o Birmingham, where he will make ings in Linings, Embroideries, Laces, Trimmingsand
DO NOT REMAIN IN WAKEOF visits before going to his home in the l I IMERUK'S Notions.

MOTOR FIRE TRUCK. Hoosier! State. Mrs. Bence is a nieceof
Chief Dean is an apostle of "Safety Mr. Hall. i1 SPECIAL SALESIn

First," first, last and all the time. Dress Lawns Muslins Domestics and all

He wishes the Sentinel to caution the Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller and Mr. kindred lines.

people not to stand in the wake of the and Mrs. M. O.liIler, and Mrs. L. COME: FOR SUGGESTIONS
new motor fire truck when it dashes Wharton will leave the first of the ,
down the street to a fire. Should the week for their home in Aurelia, Iowa. IF YOU are in doubt as to what you

engine follow the truck some one may These estimable people have spent several want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN

become injured. The chief explainsthat seasons in Orlando and a host of MAKE TO BEST ADVANTAGE

there is no fault to find with the friends will regret their departure, The Pictorial Review Patterns,

people in front of the truck-they all but will hail with delight their returnin the recognized Standard all over the
stand aside and give it plenty of the fall. While here they made I States-can help you.
room. But the trouble is that the their home at 413 South Orange ave-
people rush in the rear or wake of nue. AS A STILL further inducement to get YOU
the truck after it has passed, thus interested in this BIG plan we will return to you

presenting themselves to injury by Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Tinklepaugh i, l s Irfs for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on

automobiles, horses, motorcycles, bicycles and sons, Masters Duane and Irwin, | every dollar. This is in addition to the special
and the fire engine which may who have wintered in Orlando for I| a prices prevelant throughout the store during the

also follow. several years at their home, 409 East week.

o Church street, concluded their visit'i WE SHALL LOOK FOR YOU!
NEVER TOO LATE here for the season yesterday after-

TO ACT. noon and left for Jacksonville where

The directors of the Dixie Highway they will sail today on the Clyde Line

Association will meet April 23 at steamship Lenape for New York go-

Louisville. The directors have been ing thence to Sodus, that state, where I

authorized to locate the route of the they will spend" the summer. Mr.and to
iis or
proposed highway which is to extend Mrs. Tinklepaugh are among the Comje i DICKSONIYES CO.

from Chicago to Miami. There shouldbe staunchest" boosters this city has ever
a concentrated attempt on the part had. Your SpringIf Tonic

of all boards of trade, commercial

bodies, city officials and other groupsof WANTED you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now .DEPARTMENT STORE.
central and western Florida citiesto
have the route changed or at least I want a good housekeeper at once, and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the poisons .. ..
between the apes of thirty-five and absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you.
altered to have a spur pass throughthe forty-five, without Children FAVORITE
any and ORLANDO'S SHOPPING PLACE
fairest portions of Florida. It must not be consumptive. There is Bring us your prescriptions ; we fill them right.
would be a good suggestion to delugethe only one to keep house for and your Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right. The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -
director's meeting with messages self. I can give reference in Orlando of fair dealing of trustworthy mer-
and Apopka if needed. David B.
and letters asking them to reconsiderthe Stewart, Box 163, Apopka, Fla. : PHARMA.CYTHE chandise, at right prices .i
original route. Much can be accomplished 4-18-ltc
REXALL STORE I
in a short time if proper
efforts are made. Get the news in the Sentinel first. Phone 68. Quick Delivery r 0

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Open 2 p. m. and ." I It ALLEN'S"i

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TilE !and their invited guests. I Admission 5 !

WEEK I The handicaps for this occasion are : !' i

Monday, April 19. I as follows: Louis Dolive 6, L. II. '.MONDAYADVANCED .'O'H M..E. Church Ladies' Aid Society: II Gedge 8, Dr. Stagg 8, F. D. Guernsey MONDAY'S : ,i : tb / J "
meeting, 3 o'clock. 8, J. R. Yearby 8, P. McNeill 8, II. -I-H'els-I i iU. 1 ,{).tf o
"999" Club Mrs. W. :\Murphy hos\C. Dann 8, A. D. Mallory 10, Judge S. "The Master j j l : ( / \ .

Nullos tess. Club, Mrs. S 'h'anlcElroy \Varlow 12, J. L. Guernsey 14, C. R. {tarts. First episode, I Iard i : ( .
hostess. Robinson 12, W. II. Stead 16, G. W. and Ella Hall. fi.o ; .. __. 'I
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I of : t :: -
Joker. "A Dream : ___ _
National Paflc Alumnae, Mrs C. G. Porter 16, S. Cunningham 12, Col. Comedy. i Ii :> ;:
Brown hostess., 20. i Drew 20, S. Y. Way 18, J. M. Beyer I J>PROGRAM[" World. Another good !: i /11 1\ U
Tuesday April I
Bow Knot Club. :Miss Dane hostess. I 18, J. B. Barnes 18, Dr. Williams 18, Reader: "The :\ i;
John Fleming Wilson,
"The New :Minister" presented bv Ep- G. R. Champlain 10, T. R. Cardenis marvellous serial ).\ QUALITY IN JEWELRY t ,
worth League Methodist churchat 18, K. Guernsey 14, J. L. Giles 20, A. PICTURES ON TIlE WAY. uced. An Irish girl
opera house. C. Hart 18, W. Howe 20, J. N. Brad- bloooJ[ in her veins; you pay, you get quality here for the rl
Mrs. Mather-Smith, of Oakland, en- I I
tertains at cards for Mrs. Ilamlin shaw 25: A. laden 25; II. G. Jackson stroke: ; a brave man much you pay you get intrinsic value for
and Mrs. Dozier. 8, A. R. Wrenn 12, J. P. Holbrook 18, these are"prime factors of real values you can choose from an
ter Key,
t Wednesday April 21. I N. P. Yowell 18, LeRoy Giles 30, Turner and crime. a Monday story at .
wedding Presbyterian asU U
Cheney-Robinson -
o'clock followed Evans 18, Dan Beidler 18, Cestia Don't miss it.
church, 9 by I
reception at home of bride's parents !I Lawton 18, Joe Guernsey 26, Harry LOOK FOR SOMETHING Five cents to-all. :I & CO. JEWELERS.
Capt. and Mrs. B. M. Robin Dixon 30, Tom Brodwater 25, Will For Monday j ,
son.Unity. i Branch 30, Jas. Laughlin III. 18. Love! Crime! )l I .J1
Circle meeting. I i ti '--- rII .
Sorosis Club meeting. I Anyone not having received their UNUSUALLY BRILLIANT.lected mine. These are the i --- ,
Twentieth Century Club, shower for handicap for this tournament may receive Master Key," the
Miss Antoinette Slemons, at homeof II I same by applying to the handi- we will start next :\ I]
Mrs. W. S. Branch. never was a picture j
Men's Open Forum, "ladies' night." cap committee composed of J. D. It is presented in fifteen !j A SAVING IN PAINTis
Cathedral Needlework Guild. Barnes, Louis Dolive, Carl Dann, A. leased two reels at a I
then under the broad not made by buying cheap paints
Thursday April 22. R. Wrenn. and ter Key"vill thrill you PRICES"T;,
Chicken pilau dinner at Country Clubat oaks, in a real nature cathedral, the bone. It will unlock | but by purchasing the very best
6 o'clock, dancing, 8 o'clock. -oA sacred words were spoken which made your heart. See our | grades, such for instance as we han-
Golf tournament at Country Club, all RUMORED the two young people one for life. day and don't miss the j dle. Just think how much more poor
day club trophy, a loving cup. ENGAGEMENT.It this picture, Monday,
Congratulations the party re- paints cost you if you have to keep
Here and There Club, Mrs. P. Palen I over Five cents to all.
hostess. is rumored about that the engagement I paired to the place from whence they renewing them every year or two.
Kil Kare Klub Mrs. Rybolt at the of a very popular young came where a dainty but simple lunch Get the news in the Think how much cheaper are our
Rosalind Melrose Club., hostess. I couple is to be announced on Tuesdayof had been spread upon the veranda of paints which last twe or three timesas
this week. "The New Minister"told the long.
Friday April 23. camp cottage.
Nullos Club, bridge-luncheon San the "Sexton" and the "Sexton" Those present were the bride, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Juan hotel, Mrs. W. II. Lews; hos- tolled the bell, and the secret will out groom, and the minister who officiated II
tess. on Tuesday evening, eight o'clock, at ; :Miss Emma Hainer, sister of 205 S. Orange Avenue
Entre Nous Club, Mrs. Firnkoess hos-
tess, at home of Mrs. C. G. West- the opera house. Admission 25 cents. I the groom, Rev. Eleanor Gordon, Mr. Phone 261
cott. -oA and Mrs. F. W. Stanley' Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday April 24. PRETTY OPEN Victor Starbuck, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. MONDAY
Auction Bridge Club.
Sunday April 25 AIR WEDDING Howes, :Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Robinson,
Memorial Day, U. D. C. Under the broad spreading live Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell, and Mr.
-0- oaks, on what known as the "May and :Mrs. Mahlon Gore.
PRETTY LAWN PARTY FOR Place," on Lake Conway, at 3:30 p.m. The young people expect to remainin SEED COMPANY
MISS ROBINSON. I vesterdav. in the presence of a smi'l Orlando for several days before returning -
. Yesterday afternoon a charming party of friends, occurred the marriage to their Iowa home. "RUNAWAY fresh seeds for
lawn party was given by Mrs. Louis of Mr. John P. Hainer, a prominent ,
Dolive, at the home of Dr. Kilmer, in voung business man of Sioux SOCIETY NOTESOF ,| AND FIELD
honor of Miss Fannie Robinson, who I
City. Iowa to Miss Grace Calder, of INTEREST.The AND THE USUAL [
is to become the bride of Mr. Donald the same place. Rev. Mary A. Saf-: annual convention of the Incabators
Cheney this week. Forty-five guests ford, of this place, but formerly Daughters of the King which came to Cypher
were invited and the affair proved to Sioux City officiated. a close in Daytona was one of the PICTURE US BEFORE PLANTING
be one of the most enjoyable of the T>Ir. I'ainer is a brother of Mi\ :.s most successful meetings ever held.
social season. Intertwined throughthe Emma Hainer, and a nephew of Mrs. Bishop Mann was unable to give his I Orange Avenue
branches and moss of a beautiful Mahlon Gore. Miss Calder has been ,annual charge as he was called awayto -
large tree Japanese lanterns were a guest of the Gore household for Kansas City to conduct the funeralof
hung, and from one large limb was several weeks. Mr. Hainer came from I his friend, Wm. R. Nelson. Addresses -

hung a large inverted Japanese um- the North a few days ago to meet and i were given by Rev. Robert "SAME LITTLE Want Ads For Results
brella. It was an artistic touch char- claim his betrothed, in accordarce :McKay, D. D., rector of St. Mary's
acteristic of the hostess. Later it was with a previously arranged plan. They :church of Daytona, and Rev. J. M.
drawn down and disclosed many beau- ou v? people are very popular in their 'McGraph, D. D., rector of the churchat
tiful as well as useful gifts for the ,Northern home, and to be united there I' Ormond. Miss Corinne Robinsonand -
bride-to-be. As Miss Robinson was would mean no small amount of pomp Miss Carrie Dade, who attendedas
taken by complete surprise it addedto and ceremony, which they preferredto delegates from Orlando, have re FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
the merriment. Light refresh- avoid. Then, too, Mr. Haincr turned. -- ---
ments were served and all left witha wished that Miss Safford should officiate -. --
good wish for the coming bride. as she had known him from Rev. Eleanor Gordon leaves for the Established 1886

-.0-- birth, had performed a like service (Continued on Page 10.)
GOLF TOURNAMENTAT for his sister Mrs. Chas. Bormar,
COUNTRY CLUB. I who spent several months in Orlando :

There will be held at the Country a year ago, his aunt, Mrs. Gore, and CURTIS & O'NEAL
Club a golf tournament for the club I had dedicated Mr. Hainer to her Orlando Wood Yard

trophy a loving cup, Thursday April church when he was an infant.A .
22, all day, and all members are invited small number of friends and acquaintances Removed from Pine St. two blocks
to attend and participate. .A six gathered at the Gore INSURANCE LOANS
north on Railroad, west end Wash-
o'clock dinner, after which a few prearranged camp early in the afternoon and at
addresses will be given, will +the appointed hour marched throughthe ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat .
be followed by an informal dance at gateway leading to the "May all times. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
eight o'clock for the club members t Place" to the spot which had been se-


B. KINGSLEY


JUNE WEDDINGSDo PHONE 344


not delay any longer in placing orders for engraved For SaleHouse

invitations. Our samples represent the very latest shapes OSTEOPATHYDR.
and forms that have been accepted by refined and fashion-

able society. J. C. HOWELL eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price

WE LEAD in originating artistic effects with fine mater- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
ial. Our prices are the lowest. Send for samples, which Kirksville Graduate $4500.00. A bargain.
will be supplied free of charge. J. P. STEVENS EN- Consultation Free
GRAVING CO., Wedding Stationery Engravers White- Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan

hall St., Atlanta, Ga. HoteL
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
Orlando Fla.






WE GUARANTEE



BECKER II if OGRE F AINT 26


.l.V.l.ADE well located lots, on easy terms. As en-

couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell

NOT TO PEEL, CRACK OR CHALK OFF 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 WALTER W. ROSE


and the Price is Right. Real Estate
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Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building' .

JOS. L. GUERNSEY, Phone 555



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I 1, If you LET need "DAD"any little DO repairs IT about J.1ii n her, I ttb& and Shingles
Lake Site
: SENTINEL the place, let "Dad" do it. If you
want a nice, cosy porch swing, let
"Dad" make it. Drop a card to
i "Dad," Box 132, and he will hunt
I WANTS i you. 4-14-Ct

TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS
Two I House repairs of all kinds done
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
The Morning Sentinel Want I screen doors and windows a specialty;
Directory is the Greatest Want sleeping porches, counters, shelving, ORLANDO
I Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. garages, office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get our
Terms Cash in Advance. orices. 18 East Church street. /
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo
beautiful fron-
136 acres with RATES --

two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t Take your Kodak films to Robinson. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on
For Three Days ____________50c 3-3-tf ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c -:
For One Month ____________$2. 0 LOST, strayed or stolen, white and -j
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of liver pointer dog; owner's name on .
25 words or less. If the ad con- collar; answers to the name Jeff.
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate Any information will be appreciated.A. .
will be one cent per word for Cohoon. 4-13-6t
, $20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in-

sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to N. SEYMOUR CONTRACTORR. is the man to see
I. See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- before> letting contract, if you are going -
counts opened by telephone will be to build and want the best house GAS
1-WILL
payable the following day. possible for money invested.P. .
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
Every Home-Every Business- 2-18-laioc
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. ESTRAYED black Jersey type|
cow; crumply horns; ends of horns
; Watkins Block PHONE 104 ; sawed off. Reward for information
leading to recovery of cow. Thos. R.
FOR SALE Frint, Alden farm, just east of Dren- A KIND HUSBANDBECAUSE
nen. 4153t'BUYERS
FOR 90 DAYS j FOR SALE QUICK-A good run-
about, with parasol top, and set of AND SELLERSI
]harness. Address Mrs. J. E. Groves. buy, sell rent, and exchange real
You can buy foundation .Phone 541. 4-17-3tc estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla. When you have gas installed -
:. stone building blocks sidewalk over 30 years. Have handled over
tile or anything in my ]FOR SALE3-Choice cut roses and 20000000.: Call and see me. in kitchen for cooking it will save
line at reduced. Call around bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson, Bar- 10-6-3m F. A, LEWTER. your ,

..' and let me surprise you on 1 tholomew 4-16-2w Place, Colonial Drive. your wife from all drudgery of building

prices. .
Dr. S. S. Jones
FOR SALE-Good, gentle horse, safe fires empting ashes and the insufferableheat
F. D. GORE, for a child to drive, buggy and har- ,
:ness. Come and see Max Isen, 601 CHIROPRACTOR
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. .West Church street. 4-16-3t I graduate Davenport College, 17 and that goes with any stove except a

Nothing charged at thee prices.OSTEOPATH. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
SALE-On of
FOR account impor-
209.
Intelligent
people everywhereare
tant business I will sell my entire gas range
being restored to health by chiro-
stock of groceries and fixtures, situa-

ted Giles on&Orange Hovey building.avenue. F. J.4-16-6t Jones*, amination practic removing adjustments free.the cause, the of disease.new 12-24-lmo:scienceof Ex- FOR ONCE, Consider your wife and


FOR SALEA make her happy. Buy her a Gas Range.

DUo JOSEPHINE HARPER clean, nice cash business for a
Office Orange Avenue and hustler, on easy terms; requires only Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Easy terms. I
corner
small cash payment, balance to suit .
Church St., Davis & McNeil BIdg. purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
Phone 419. 4-9-tf
113; S. Orange Ave. over Curtis & If it's Modern-and Economical Gas

FOR SALE-Modern home; eight O'Neals.
rooms and bath; orange trees and ,
large oak; seven minutes walk to --
OrangeBlossom postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, PHONE 646
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo
For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
i cottage, seven rooms and bath, FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-

HoneyIn 2-23-tf excellent modern conveniences condition. ,W.roomy L. Tilden.porches, BARNARD & SON ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

17 Hughey Street ") Orlando Fla.
comb bottles. Its fine.
or FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock 12-10-ini ,
GAS DEPARTMENT
and tools best farm in county; va-
Fine Herb riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own- Cut Flowers
Flavors colors and enriches er. 1-16-tfc '
;
soups, sauces, FOR RENT ",'

gravies, stews, etc. and Plants !
$1.50 per week, single rooms, hot and JONS[ GOS[ JUST THE SAME
Strawberries Building.cold bath. 9 Court St.. 4-18-lt Armory UNUSUAL REASONFOR

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Floral DesignsII
Fresh Vegetables FOR RENT, Four-room cottage, fur-
nished or unfurnished, two lots en-
ANUNUSUAL -
closed; good place for garden and -
chickens; one block off Orange ave.in My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

Concord Park. $10.00 per month. I months has its schedule but leaves the
not
706 W. Amelia. 4-18-31 changed at
CARUTHERS & GORE Enquire L PRICE same time it always has. .
Violet Dell.i
FOR RENT May 1st, 6-room unfur- FI mist.J.
nished cottage,near lake Lucerne, 10J .. .
New Modern Grocery America St., just remodeled, new bath TIME TABLE .
room with gas, hot water heater,
closets, wide veranda and on two fine lots, ten min-
screens
M. CARUTHERSPhone
back porch chicken house and garage, Bus Leaving Orlando in Front 01 Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 gas, electricity and sewer connection.
Apply 75, care Sentinel or phone 573.
509.
408 South Lake St.
4186t'FOR on one of the best streets. BOUND EAST BOUD

6 and 8 East Pine St.OrIaodoas1iiAton. walks fence Read Down Read Up
Citrus trees, ,
RENT-Seven furnishedor
unfurnished house room, for the sea- Do Your etc. I fA.l\1.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. !A.1\1. P. l\1.P.: 1\1.
son or by the year; rent very reason-
able. Inquire 208 Garland street. Orlando I 16:3o'' 10.15 3:00 9.30 1.301' 6.00
4-16-6t Ocoee .
ElectricFixtures 730111.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
g SEE ME immediately if Winter
FOR RENT-Several attractive bungalows Garden : 7:451i :3c 4:30: 8.1512.15 4.45

for rent on Lake Conway. interested as sale must be Oakland I 8oo: -- 4:3c 8.00-- 4.30
Address C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. Look ;

'-15-Gt made at once or not at all,

DRAWING ROOM FOR RENT-Modern six room fur- Old and at present prices. IF YOU NEED
nished cottage, from piano down;
i
Car large lot; good barns; only two blocks i
Sleeping out 4-15-tf; $30 per month. Carl Dann. Worn Out ? Letterheads Envelopes


First Car on March 16 FOR RENT-Three cottages for rent, ,
close in; one furnished; will rent I have established a plant for
for the summer to family without Cards Announcements
VIA children. Inquire 320 Orange avenue. the refinishing of all metal DR. A. J. TAYLOR, i ,

4-13-61 fixtures and brass beds. This I 1 Ii i Circulars Briefs Hand

FOR RENT-New, Modern Fh.eroom PHONE 696 ; ,
Atlantic Coast Line house. Apply 510 W. Central. work is done at a small cost and

Standard Railroad of the South FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- makes your fixtures look like 905 East Central AvenueDON'T Bills, Catalogs, or, .
mer, or by the year, cheap. T. A. I
Open for Passengers af 9 p. M. Yancey. 3-28-tfc new.
I PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE
NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, i Stock of second hand fixturesfor
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand to adults only. 409 Delaney street.! -


SaturdaysLeaving FOR 10-25-tf RENT-Will rent for the sum- Phone sale. 652: and I will call and WORRYIf Sentinel Job Office

Orlando on Train 82, mer my home Known as "Michigan estimate
job.
Moorings. at 201 Concord avenue your
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays Fridays -
west. All or part of this nine room
and Saturdays.For house with barn, hen house and four -
you are disappointedabout --- -------
lots; all conveniences. See me soon.
Reservations and Tickets please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf L. W. LEWIS. getting a new Eas-
call on A. |IC. L Local Ticket ter Suit,we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try

Agent. FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- old one in good condi-
nished or unfurnished; low rates to our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
permanents; close in vacancies in tion for just such occas-
;
two .houses; all improvements. See I CLINT BASSPHONE ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers

owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. I atFinley's
3-30-lmo
373 ,\I

y..a.i WANTEDWANTED I I West Jefferson Street !I ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
y II PioneerJust
6 -A late model Ford in I Successor to
Cleaning
good condition; cheap for cash. Dry
P. O. Box 201. 4-17-lt j Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
DR. L H. RAMSDELL WAXTED-3.000 to 6,000 acres of Company Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office corner Pine and Court I

OPTOMETRIST saw-mill timber, near Orlando ad- Wood of All
Kinds
ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE dress Box 727. 4-17-6t I I streets. !

FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Kodak finishing left at Robinson's ; PROMPT SERVICE Umbrellas -recovered and repaired- I I| Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. :

AND DO ALL KINDS OF audio will be ready at 5 o'clock thp i REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair ..
OPTICAL REPAIRING .next day. 3-3-tf Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
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C..ARL D :t>T F14T EST TE 00_ 11


Sold 368 pieces of property in J914.[ 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. .



o. BOX 659 CARL DANN, REAL ESTATE COMPANY, ORLANDO 116S. ORANGE AVE I'



I

"I am in favor of more stringent IIERE'S A FREAK BILL TH VT-

CONFUSION OVER BILLS B S law in regard,: to bad checks, and shall ADDS SPICE TO DETAILOne I er *t w ,, ., _
work for the passage of the bill now
pending after I have assured myself of the bills now before the
AND SEN. DRANE I
that it covers the requirements of the New York legislature is one that has
j business interests of the state."I some of the following provisions:
am in favor of a good lien law, I Every farmer shall hire one more
C. F. Johnson The
By and now that hte only measure that farmer than he needs (full crew Attractive Way"M
Tallahassee, Fla., April 15.-At the has been presented has been unfavor- measure); only one price for a given )
1913 session of the Florida legislature ably reported because it did not meet commodity shall be lawful; all bulls J i }%I / &
Jchf ** >*
Senator H. J. Drane presented a the requirements, I will introduce the when moving on the highways: shall I' ; za o tvtrY Lil VCStX.
measure that was practically the same latter part of this week a bill that wear an electric light of 1,000 candle
that is embodied in the plant beard will cover the needs of the state. The power for nights and a bell weighingnot L. :. trains give ber\i bill now receiving favorable consid- labor representatives and materialmen less than 50 pounds by day; sheds Dixie, s M., t ntral Wo t and Nor!hwest. They run from Jacksonville
eration, but while :Mr.: Drane's meas- are agreed upon what is neces- shall be built over all fields where Limited a ure was pending in the senate the sary for the protection of both those hired men work in summer; no farmer is fastest promptly for all the surrounding country. Chicago.
twin bill that was presented in the doing the work on buildings, or fur- shall incur any indebtedness extending and fin.st train 1 l Si. Louis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indi.inapoli>, Louisilc -
house killed, thereby stopping to t.e .orlhwest,
was than month.
nishing the material, as well as the over more one
and the \ Atlanta. Montgomery, Iviioxvilie, XashvilV.Lan .
only
further action in the senate on the owners giving out contracts. Evidently his bill won't receive very through Of Ir
At that time Senator servweontofar lsonville 'e >ville and Grand Rapids are
question. "There are several bills that are of serious consideration. '
Drane warned the members of the I I interest to South Florida, that I will, in the forenoon. A first-class s Ij-' atnunn; the cities reached l l'y 1 -
train fur first-class travel. '
senate of the danger from citrus of course, give my hearty support. : trains direct from .1uaw nville.
canker, and had his advice been heed- Just what other legislation I shall introduce Empire Hotel Dixie Flyer<< i.i the ye-ar-rounl Jacksonville ,,, ,' '
ed the bill asked for this time would I am not prepared at this to Chicago train. Leaves the South Atlantic Limited

have been unnecessary.At time to say, but I will give out state- former city every night 8.30 p. m..arrives "-. -:: r =. +" .-- This popular train. run LtJ!> by way of Atlanta
Chicago early I the second morning.Montgomery .
the time the proposition was ments concerning any measure that I and Knosvi'Ie to Cincinnati, Louisville!!,
talked of to a measure at this rnDU SPECIAL Route Express i:*the 0 i't> ,
present handle ni order that the wishes of the 50 Cleveland,Indianapolis intermediate
session :Mr. Drane was asked by the people may become known." G SUNDAY DINNER I .=\ @]. I night; train from Jacksonville for St D 't + points: Solid through steel train out of
Horticultural Society to introduce a Mr. Drane, having been a memberof I Louis. Throughsleeper.dining-carxn-iee. J.uksonvilleatRIDp.m.dailyarrivSome -
bill, but due to the fact that Senator the legislature for some years, is L. & N. Service Points tY dagincinnatiandLouisvilleearly!
Hudson was from Dade county, that thoroughly acquainted with the ins Cream of Chicken Soup I w ? next evening-one night out.
section having suffered the most from and outs of passing bills, and works Celery Lettuce Time cards and information regarding schedules furnished on appli- Z Electric lighted coathes.draw-
canker during the past wo years, it diligently on all committee assign- cation. Tell use hen you plan to start on your trip.where you want to ingroom and observation
Broiled Red Snapper I and what route prefer. \\e will work out the schedules for
, was deemed best that he should father ments. Although he is announced as go. you jou sleepers.Dining can serve
the measure now pending. Then a candidate for congress in the first '' Reservations cheerfully n.ade. Write.Mire or'phone us. When you pet to meal.including supper '
Roast Chicken, Sage'Dressing, Gib'etGravy
. Senator Drane asked the president of district, he does not refer to his con- I' JaoLxuuille *e will see th.it your tickets are ready for you and assist you in leaving Jacksonville
the senate to place him on the for- templated campaign while at the cap- Roast Beef, Brown Gravy checking Laggap.etc. Oae of'our representatives' is at all :our departing trains. Daylight ride
estry and agriculture committee that ital, giving instead his undivided at- Help in planning trips; gladly given.\ If you are undecided as to route drop us a line. through Georgia
the bill might be pushed through at tention to his duties'in the senate. Peach Charlotte. Vanilla Sauce I rhaps we can make a suggestion that will interest you and help to a decision. Vie want Tennessee
an early date. :Mr. Drane wishes to to serve you in all travel matters. Give us the chance and see how quickly we will respond KentuckySome
for the benefit of the many per- :Mashed: Potatoes New Green Peas.
say
SOOTHING TilE BABY H. C. BRETNEY, Florid. Passenger Agent, Louisville & Nashville Railroad
sons that have written and wired him New Spinach, with Egg i i
Creamed Corn 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167)),Jacksonville Florida
and have been for I
that "I am now, is restless."
two years, working for the bill. It ""Baby'Z""Foxtrot Strawberry Ice Cream Cake DirPf't0,1 diverse routes to the California Expositions. Write for details. _
has been favorably reported by the "
her awhile, can't you.-
joint committees of both houses, and Louisville CourierJournal.For Cheese Crackers ti %a'l 3 Ii 1RYlXb, { r
a ) s -
will soon become a law. Talking fur- Coffee Tea -

there on legislation Senator Drane cleanest, clearest Kodak finish-
said: ing go to Robinson's. J-3-tf All round money getters-want ads.

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL .


Miss Frances Terry left yesterday. ,
afternoon to visit friends in Kissim-i
mee.

Jlr. J. M. Lee, of Kissimmee, was Think Phis over
among the representative business
transactors in Orlando yesterday.Dr. .

AGANCE- ,
A. J. Taylor and Mr. J. F. Schu- -
mann returned yesterday afternoon
rwd c : i
from Lakeland where they spent several 1
days on business. 1! __

Mrs. Geo. F. Anderson and little
daughter have gone to Shushan, N.Y. .
., where they will spend the sum-

mer. !Ir4ii
A BANK FOR ALL THE
Mr. J. G. Harvey, one of the pioneer
FAMILY citizens of Osceola county, was in ;
I Orlando yesterday from Kissimmee --E
The boy or girl, young looking after business matters.Mr. .
man, business woman and
,
housewife will all find this and Mrs. E. J. Forward and
Bank useful from their own Irs. R. F. Callaway, of St. Augustine *\ .
particular point of view. The are among the visitors in Or-
broad and efficient service lando. They are stopping at the San ct5 ihQ &fr&-
meets the requirements of all Juan hotel. ,
classes and covers every Morey

banking need as applied to Miss Donna Voorhees, who has you ccxrnk .
both. spent the winter in Orlando with her
Savings Accounts and Check- sister, :Mrs. James :Magruder, Jr., left $2,511.90
ing Accounts last night for her home in Warren, INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORS

Ohio. ON APRIL 1, BASED ON H I PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
THE STATE BANK OF
ORLANDO Mrs. C. M. Barnum, who has spentan HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS?
enjoyable winter in Orlando, at 402
DeLaney street, left yesterday for $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

__ Boston, :Mass., where she will spend CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.


iiij[ ] 1m] the Mrs.summer.W. W. Brady and little daughter Peoples National Bank

; Olivia, who have been visiting
Jrs. Brady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
C. :M. Brodwater, returned yesterday
afternoon to their home in Sanford.

Mrs. F. Jessan, of Troy, N. Y., and
Miss Fannie Carlton, of Hudson Falls,
N. Y., after a delightful visit to Mr.
and Mrs. F. T. Scruggs, at their homeon

Gore avenue, left yesterday for the IIMMMtMMMt*** III 1111111111111111..1..1111 t .1 >t I II t* .*II It 1111 II.Eargairl. ,. .
H NOTASEME& Empire State.

AND Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mitchell, of
Beebe, Ark., are among the newcomers -
5 who have recently arrived here to
INERCHILREFRIGERATORS make Orlando their home. They are
located at 1011 Atlanta street. Theyare
1 being most cordially welcomed.Mr. .
: : .

i Hugh Seibel, one of the repre
sentative citizens of Columbia, S. C-,
E: ll- are designed to meet arrived in Orlando yesterday after 1 1
j ,lh, 1y I the demand for medium noon and is the guest for a few daysof One Buick Model 21" five passenger ji
I
'iiVi iii priced high-grade Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Beacham at
1 j refrigerators. their home on North Orange avenue.
t Careful attention is good condition throughout.
a, given not only to the PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Chair
', c-- J outward Car party Washington and New
appearance York, Wednesday night, April 28, via
but especially to the the Atlantic Coast Line. Kate S17.10.; I
general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in See C. F. Bieler, 820 West Centraavenue. 1 $875.00

order to produce correct and proper refrigeration.C.onstruction.The from city. Get ticket your.gent identification or depot ticket curds

outer case is made of Solid Ash agent 4-lS-tf H

with raised panels, finished in Golden Oak. The inner
Mr. H. E. Swabey, of Kissimmee,
case is of hardwood lumber and arrived in Orlando yesterday and left
f between the two is a thorough this morning for Gainesville, wherehe
insulation of dead air and non- will' represent Seminole Encamp
i- conducting sheating. ment, No. 13, at the sixtieth annual .
r ICE CHAMBER.-Galvanized session of the Grand Lodge of Flor
r iron lined, with all-metal ice ida.
t >-4 rack and removable flUes. San Juan Garage Company i
f Provision Chamber. Galvan- Mrs. Emma L. Bray has returned
iron and odorless white enameled from a two weeks visit to Taft with
s with removable drain pipe. her brother and sister, Mrs. E. A. .
t Shelves.-Adjustable tinned Warner and G. K. Thomas. Mrs. E. "I"'II"'I"'I'I""I.r.I'II'I"IIIII.IIIII'I'I .111111. '
f woven wire in all patterns. A. Warner will remain as her guest
for a few days. Mrs. Emma L. Bray
It Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets. Swing expects to start North some time next
baseboard. Automatic rain trap. week. r.

See this before you purchase any Refrigerator
Guests registering at the San Juan .
hotel yesterday included G. W. Abbott r
OSCAR HAND & SON Lakeland; A. M. Fisher, E. L.
Crawford, New York; H. P. Barnett f
Lakeland; L. O. Sikes, Atlanta; C. L.
Moon, Charleston; II. E. Swabey Kis 1 Av. .
simmee, and A, W. Gilchrist Punta

.. . . . MMIM Gorda. THE SAVINGS CENTER !

Mrs. C. P'-u"n Stringfield, who ha '
SAVINGS like other forms of SURE
been the guest of Mr.and Mrs.James ,
,
Hirsch at their pretty home in :Mail INVESTMENTS, in the long run are "
land, was in Orlando for a while yesterday i
WEDDING GIFTS leaving in the afternoon for placed where earning power combines with
Cuba, where she will spend a weekand GREATEST SAFETY.
then return to her home in Chi-
cago. j jI That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING -i .

I DEPOSITORS and. is the SAVING CENTER # t
I With an immense stock of Cut Glass, SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST }
I OF FLORIDA.
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- (Continued from page 5))
4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.
North on Tuesday. She plans to give
Painted China and the largest line of a month to suffrage work in Iowa

Sterling Silver Hollow and, Flat Wares in during October the summer.and resume She the will servicesin returnin ( .. .


I the city, we are confident we can please I I II Unity Chapel.-- f t + '

I Mrs. J. L. Huxtable, of Orlando,
the most discriminating customer. A was in Ocoee yesterday in the inter
i ests of the W. C. T. U.
glimpse at our stock will convince you. 4


week-end Cathedral Miss Bertha with school friends--0-Langenbach, is in spending Longwood., of the the I I Or1allo n Bank & Trilsi t Coffipally


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T.H.EVANS :Mrs.: Sylvan McElroy will entertainthe
Nullos Club tomorrow afternoon : "
.. at 3 o'clock. Consultation Incurs No Obligation.

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JEWELER Mrs. Nell Varnes, of Palatka, whois
the guest of Miss Roberta Branch, I
ff* -M- will remain over Sunday.
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