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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 20, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1915. NUMBER 58.

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: VILLA IN RETREAT OBREGON PURSUES ;






HOLLAND AND GERMANY WANT PEACE




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BOARD Of TRADE VOTES[ TO HOT FIGHT IS ON SINKING NOT OF RELATIONS ALTER DUTCH FRIENDLY STEAMER I i; INCREASEOF8 PER I VILLA DEFEAT RECEIVES OF IN CELAYAIS BIG CRUSHING BATTLE






. BUY LOT UPON WtllCtl%' \WilL FOR PRES.GEN.OF PRESS BUREAU DECIDEDLY ANGRY I CENT. IN CITY NOW RETREATING NORTHWARD



Says Germans Are Murderers And Pursued by Obregon and
O. A. R.R.FOR SCHOOLS
-Details of Trawler's 20,000 C'aranzistasl1a


BE PLACED B. Of T. BUILDING Sinking AreRevealed General Under

FIRST TIME IN YEARS ENROLLMENT: IN TilE CITY Arrest

BUT CANDIDATES SCHOOLS CLOSE TO
-- The Hague, April 19.-The sinkingof El Paso, Texas, April 19.-Villa has

GREAT BOOSTER MEETING FOR PRESIDENT the Dutch steamer Katwijk by a 1,000IARK been administered a crushing defeatin

LAST NIGHT LARGELY CHECKS GREATINTEREST German submarine, will not lead to the battle of Celaya and his at my

any break in the friendly relations be- is now in full retreat northward close-
MRS. GUERNSEY AND MRS. STORY 74 MORE PUPILS THAN LAST YEAR
ATTENDEDISlEfTTOEXEWIVECOMMinEE tween Holland and Germany, accord- ly pursued by Obregon at the head of

ing to an official announcement on 20,000 Caranzistas. This was con-

TO President Wilson Made Address the subject today by the Dutch gov- County School Enrollment :May firmed in a report which was receivedin

ernment. this city tonight from both Car-
Several Other Also Show Increase Public
Yesterday- -
The announcement says that Ger- ranza and Villa representatives on

This Committee Will ConsiderAll Notable Persons many explains the sinking as a resultof Schools Close the border.

SOLONS an accident and has ordered an inquiry -
Prospective Sites-Re- Spoke May 28
and also promises full compensation Villa Deposes General

at Special Meet- if the that the El Paso Texas 19.-General
port inquiry proves April
Washington, April 19.-Mrs. GeorgeT. According to J. F. McKinnon, coun-
Katwijk was sunk by a submarine. Felipe Angeles, chief of artillery under -
ing MondayThe HIMES OPPOSED PASSAGE Guernsey, of Independence, Kan- ty superintendent of schools, there
Villa, has been under
placed arrest -
BILL TO PROHIBIT ISSUING today opened her contest to suc- was an increase of eight per cent. in
sas
newly organized Board of 'London, April 19.The war office the enrollment for 1914-1915 in the pending an investigation of his

Trade with its large and increasing I OF CHECKS ceed Mrs. William Cumming Story, tonight announced the capture by the city schools compared with the pre- I loyalty to the northern leader, according 1

' membership held an enthusiastic I! of New York, as president general of British troops of an important hill vious year, 1913-1914. The enroll- I to unofficial reports reaching i

meeting last evening at the Tourist the Society of the Daughters of the east of Ypres. The Germans in an ment this year came very close to the ,the border today. 1
' which attended by SAYS IT IS (UNCONSTITUTIONAL I effort to retake the position advancedin It is reported that Angeles was arrested -
Headquarters was American Revolution, at the twenty- 1,000 mark, being 981, while last 1
close formation and mowed by Villa, owing to fears that
more than fifty members. In point of were year's enrollment was 907. Supt. Mc- i
third annual convention of the order, down by the British machine his subordinate was plotting to seize
the amount of guns
numbers considering Kinnon with the results
Referred Back to Second Read- was pleased
held in Continental Memorial Hall.
hundreds of dead the field. control of the convention
business transacted in the brief space leaving on and expressed himself as gratified army.
ing-Bryan at Capital- President Wilson is on today's pro- Angeles has been mentioned .j
of two hours, and the important business I with the continual growth of the Or- as a
discussed, it was by odds the i Free School Books gram for an address to the Daughters New Commander lando schools and the increased at- compromise candidate for the presi- t

while other speakers were M. Amsterdam 19.-A deicy of Mexico, with, it is
most important meeting ever held by April dispatch tendance.lIe reported, 1
in Bill
Jules Jusserand, the French ambassador -
from that Field Villa's Carranza said
the Board of Trade in Orlando. J Constantinople states was of the opinion that there approval. recently !
; John Barrett, director generalof Marshal Von der Goltz' has been however that he
the Boardof appointed was impossible.
Without
opposition would also be comfortable increasein
any 1 By C. F. Johnson I a
the Pan-American Union; Mrs. .
commander in chief of the
Trade voted to buy a lot upon Tallahassee Fla. enrollment in the county schools, 1
April 19.Special ( John Hays Hammond, wife of the : first Turkish .
which will be placed a structure of to the SentineI.-In the senate mining engineer, and Rogers Ballard i army.Germans but he did not have the reports and BASEBALL RESULTS

adequate proportions to meet the today Senator Himes of Hillsborough Thurston, president of the Sons of the I Are Murderers was unable to compile the standing. 1
of Orlando for the next ten
needs Fourteen of the county schools have
opposed the of the bill to ,
passage American Revolution. Bishop Hard-I
London 19.The official Southern League
years. The building that will grace checks April press closed and between the first and twen- j
prohibit the issuing of with- of delivered the in-I
ing, Washington,
1 that the admiralty Little Rock Memphis 6.
this will conform the ideas hnreau tonight states -
lot to
underlying -
out funds, which provided a penaltyof I vocation. ty-eighth of May the remaining fifteen -
I confirms the that the Atlanta 7, Mobile 0.
report
a civic center. In order to
schools will close. The Orlando
imprisonment after ten days if Chief interest this in
centers year trawler Vanilla Nashville 4 Chattanooga 2.
bring the matter to climax the was torpedoed and ,
a en-
check I public schools will close May 28.
was not made good. Senator
1 the contest for the
presidency generalof
tire proposition was left to the execu- sunk with all hands by a German submarine Birmingham 2, New Orleans 0.
Himes The Orange county schools that
stated it
unconstitutionalto
was the society. For the first time in
South Atlantic ,
tive committee and during the week imprison a person for debt and several D. A. R. elections there are I Sunday.The have closed are Pine Castle, Conway, LeagueAugusta
this committee will consider all avail- press bureau describes the occurrence 6, Charleston 0.
that the law as now prepared meant I but two candidates, Mrs. Guernseyand Christmas, Beulah, Ivey, Lockwood,
r useless Columbia 7 Savannah 2.
as killing of fisher ,
able sites in the city and report at a
Boggy Creek, Iron Bridge Union
substantially imprisonment for debt. ,
Mrs. For the
few
Story. past
folk, and eclares the action of the Albany 3, Macon 1.
special meeting of the trade body to
lie contended that laws now on the days Washington hotel parlors andwomen's Park, Canadas, Springhead, Barton
Germans to be that of murderers.The Columbus 5, Jacksonville 1.
be held next Monday evening. It is
statute books provided punishmentfor club rooms have been buzz- Lake, Cypress Creek, Little Creek,
expected that the Board of Trade will admiralty announces that the Federal League
obtaining or goods under and Orange Center. The attendancehas
money ing with pre-election talk, and the
trawler Fermo tried to rescue the Newark 13, Baltimore 2-
lot the
vote to buy a as presented by
been good and the work
false
pretenses. "Although this bill election is accom-
be
to close
expected
a one.
committee. It was explained that the crew of the Vanilla, but was fired Buffalo 5, Brooklyn 10.
has been endorsed by the retailers of Tonight Mrs. will hold plished has been very gratifying.
Story a reception -
proposed building could not be con- upon by a submarine and driven off. St. Louis 1, Chicago 9.
Tampa, I shall have to oppose the bill in honor of the delegates at
structed upon Lake Eola as that is Pittsburg 2, Kansas City 4.
as now presented Whoever heard ofa the Continental Memorial Hall, and
city property. However, other lots Petrograd Statement National League
WILL/
APPEAL TO PEOPLEFrank's
man being sent to the penitentiaryfor on Wednesday afternoon Preident
may be secured near the business district for Petrograd, April Headquarters New York 0, Philadelphia. 3.
ten years issuing a check? Wilson will receive the delegates in
proper. today issued the following official Chicago 8, Pittsburg 7.
Senator Johnson, speaking on the the East Room of the White House.
Other business statement: Cincinnati 4, St. Louis 1.
important was bill, stated that "no one should be imprisoned There will be several business ses- Case Out of Courts-
transacted.It "During the night of the eighteenth Boston 7-6, Brooklyn 2-4.
for debt. Such a bill wouldbe sions during the week with reports to I I Will Appeal to' People-No
was voted to incorporate.An j the enemy, who suffered heavy losses, American League
unconstitutional. Senator Farris be read and resolutions to be .
adopted.The Further Move of
invitation was extended to the attacked again the heights east of Philadelphia 6, New York 11.
concurring, the bill finally was referred fight between the administration
Grand Lodge, of the Independent Or- Telepatsch. The Russians counter at- the Law Washington 4, Boston 2.
back to second reading for and the anti-administration
der of Odd Fellows, the Pharmaceutical can- tacked, compelling teh enemy to re Detroit 6, Chicago 1.
amendment when it is believed
it will
Society, and the Florida Citrus didates has grown very warm. Mrs. treat. One Austrian battalion was Atlanta, Ga., April 19.-Leo Frank St. Louis 7, Cleveland 2.

Exchange to meet in Orlando. be materially changed. Guernsey has issued a platform, in captured. will appeal for his life to the peopleof
Bryan at Capital which she makes
The revised constitution and by- many charges "Souhteast of the village of Pokhena Georgia. His case is out of the THE BARNES-ROOSEVELT
LIBEL
laws were adopted.The Senator Nathan P. Bryan arnveJ against the present administration.In the Russians took prisoners 20 courts. No further move at law will SUIT

Board approved a bill by Judge, at the capital this afternoon and it I her platform Mrs. Guernsey says officers, 1,155 men and 6 machine be made to save him, according to
understood he will present several it is an outrage that Mrs. Mary C. I A. Alexander
his chief
,
Massey authorizing the city to issue guns. Harry coun- Syracuse, N. Y., April 19.-William
amendments to the
Bryan historian
t primarylaw Bassett general, who has
liens on pavements.The I "No change at other points"DRUGGIST sel, tonight. Barnes, Jr.'s, $50,000 libel suit
against
which was enacted in 1913. Tonight switched to the Guernsey side, should
The earliest under the legal
day
very -
Board also approved the Theodore Roosevelt
pro- opened here
he would not talk this to-
on ques- have been humiliated, first by takingthe
and with the
posed bill permitting property ownersto tion. DRIVES NEW STUDEBAKER procedure utmost i day before Supreme Court Justice
petition for be records of her office away from dispatch of every factor concerned in I Andrews. The
to
(
pavement court
pre- room filled
was
Knight Will
Oppose Corporation her, and second, by being refused acknowledgment -
which Frank could face the
day to
sented at next meeting). I' Taxes to capacity, admittance being only by
by the national board,
The Board also voted not to have a Col. Peter N. J. Merck is now the owner of a mount the gallows can not fall within card.
O. Knight, of Tampa, I lof which she is a member.
fourth of July celebration but to lend will tomorrow before the fine Studebaker car and has got the two months and a half. Before that In suing the Oyster Bay statesman
appea committee -
all efforts and money to the new "! finance nnI: taxatio machine so tractable that he was seen time the present Governor Slaton will Barnes takes a leaf out of Roose-
arai' JOE MANDOT HAS BEST OF
Board of Trade building. i is un !Ie stood will' cppose the CT- FIGHT taking his family out for a ride on be succeeded by Governor-elect Har- velt's own book, for the Colonel two

Mr. Magin made a ten minutes talk poration tax bill now pending. Sunday afternoon. The average drug- ris. years ago won a six-cent verdict
on tourist business matters. gist has little Governor-elect Harris said tonighthe against
Farris Wants Electrocution very time for recreationand Michigan: country editor
Memphis, Tenn., April April 19.
The meeting then adjourned to Senator Farris introduced we are glad to note that Mr. had not given any attention to the who said in print that the Colonel
today !Joe Mandot of New
a Orleans, tonight
meet again in session I. Merck records of the case and would have to
special Monday bill to substitute electrocution insteadof is to enjoy the country air and drank hard.
night.A. j, beat Patsy Drouillard, of Windsor, make athorough study of al levidenceand
hanging in capital cases. This bill I Ontario. In every round of the eight scenery occasionally. other factors before he makes a

was also presented to the house. (round fight Mandot outboxed his opponent statement. DATE SET FOR BAPTIST CHURCH .

C. L. CHANGES SCHEDULE OF Free School Books j all the way and staggered MARRIED SATURDAY EVENING DEDICATION

TRAINS NOS. 31 AND 32 Free school books is provided for Drouillard a number of times with
I Columbus Byrd and Mrs. Hattie M. DEATH OF MRS JENNIE
in a measure introduced in both rights to the jaw. The Baptist people have got a date

On account of the discontinuance of houses today. Dann were united in marriage Satur- CAMPBELL set for their dedication services, but

the Southern railway trains between TO INDIANAPOLIS FOR TEN day evening by Justice of the PeaceJ. building operations are so uncertain

Washington and Charlotte also be- O. H. S. VS. ROLLINS TODAY DAYS Van Buskirk. Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Death called to rest at one o'clock that they have not yet announced it
will be at home to their friendson
tween Savannah and Jacksonville, the many yesterday morning Mrs. Jennie Camp- I to the public. It will probably be during -
Church street.Ir.. Byrd is valued I
New York-Jacksonville train of the This afternoon promptly at 3:30 l W. R. O'Neal is in Indianapolis attending employe of the Orlando Telephone a bell, of Quincy, Fla. Mrs. Campbell I the month of May. The new edifice -

A. C. L. will be shortened to become o'clock the baseball nines of O. II. S. I a session of the board of con had been at one of the Orlando hospitals is easily one of the finest church
The Sentinel with
WashingtonJacksonville.This and Rollins College will cross bats o'\ trol of the Knights of Pythias. He company.others in wishing them joins happi- I for the past two weeks. Her buildings in the state and the dedica-

train will leave Jacksonvilleeach the local diamond. The two teams will be gone for ten days. many death is mourned by her husband and tory services will be of vital interestto
ness.
morning at 8:30, stopping at held a seance last week at Winter I' several children. The body will be the whole community.

Jesup, Savannah, Hardeeville, Lynch- Park, on which occasion the high NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENTThe : McCOMBS DENIES TROUBLE BETWEEN prepared for shipment by the Hand

burg, and Charlottesville.Train school boys came off second best. HIMSELF AND Undertaking company. CUTS EYE ON RADIATOR

82 whcih leaves Orlando at Snice then the local organization has Men's Open Forum Club will WIFE I

12:30 p. m. makes connection with ben practicing faithfully, and in the I|meet Wednesday, April 28, instead of REVIVAL SERVICES Supt. J. F. McKinnon's hand slipped

this train at Jacksonville. only game which they have since I|tomorrow night as scheduled. The New York, April 19.-William F. while.cranking his automobile Satur-

There is also a rumor to the effect played, that against Pine Castle, Friday I feature of the evening will be a travel McCombs, chairman of the Democratic I AT the Apopka Baptist church, be- day and his face struck the edge of

that the train which arrives in Or- last, the opposing team was held talk. national committee, emphaticallydenied ginning Monday evening, April 19th. the radiator causing a severe cut near

lando at 1:14 from Jacksonville, down in fine shape in ano-hit game. the story that was printed this Preaching at 3 and 7:30 p. m. each his right eye.

known as the Tampa Special, and the Connell, who pitched in the Pine Castle THE WEATHER morning to he effect that he and his day. Rev. George Hyman, of San-

one arriving from Tampa at 3:22, are game, will be the official pill tosser wife, formerly Miss Dorothy Wil- ford, assisting. All come and make Have a copy of McClure's in its

to be withdrawn. This is certainly to for today's contest and an interacting Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednes- liams, were estranged, and that she the meeting a power for God. : new dress and new price, ten cents.

be regretted. game is assured. day. :i contemplates an action for separation. I E. Lee Smith, pastor. I Curtis & O'Neal.




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AUTOMOBILE TRAVELS ON LAND 1
AND WATERA GRIFFIN INTRODUCES


curious vehicle that travels bothon
land and water has been broughtinto HOTEL BILL Cow Peas

service on the coast of Oregon,
HAPPYLANDWe for carrying passengers between This bill was introduced in the t

:Marshfield: and a railway terminal 65 house by Mr. Griffin, of Orange, and Velvet Beans f

miles distant. This vehicle, which I. introduced in the senate by Mr. Hudson -
live but once. Let us partake of earth's good the inventor calls the "Amphibion," of Dade. The house committee

things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun- 'consists of an automobile body mount- I reported favorably, the bill being one I Kaffir Corn
ed standard wheels and equipped. needed bills of hill I
try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him on of the most any '
with large pontoons, one fixed to each the legislature could possibly pass, 'I
who buys his smokes of the side of the car. The craft is driven said :Messer: hotel commissioner..
by an aerial propeller, having a diameter Messer claims to have more than five Ambler Sorghum

Good and Bad Cigar Stores of 7 1-2 feet, and operated by an hundred letters from different hotel I
80 horse power aeroplane engine. people throughout the state begging I
Along the smooth beach sands the that this law be passed, giving them ; Natal Grass

"Amphibion" has attained a speed of some protection by which they can I
75 miles an hour. When the driver have some redress against deadbeatswho

comes to a bay or inlet he drives bold- have made a practice of beating I TeosinteAll
ly into it. The pontoons float the ve- hotels and boarding houses out of i

hicle, while the aerial propeller drivesit their board bills, and he is doing
t; across the water at a speed of 15 erything in his power to get the ev-I
miles an hour. A picture of the ma- enacted into a law.
,
OUR MOTTO : chine appears in the May Popular A BILL Kinds Garden and Farm Seed
Mechanics Magazine. To be entitled an act for the protec-
tion of hotels, inn-keepers, lodging
Small Profits and Quick Returns. houses, boarding houses ind eating
DEFENSES ON THE RHINE ARE houses.Be Fresh Seed and Right Prices
Why not identify yourself with the Co-Operative STRENGTHENED BY it enacted by the Legislature of
Produce Co., and buy your feeds and foodstuffs at cost, GERMANS the State of Florida:
cent for storing handling etc. and be- Section 1. That any person who
plus a small per shall obtain food, lodging or other accommodations -
come an independent and progressive buyer? Basel.The German' military authorities at any hotel, inn,
See us about it. It cost nothing to investigate the according to advices reach- boarding' or eating house, with intent StoreJ.
to defraud the owner or keeper City Drug
plan. 4.M ing this city, are reconstructing the thereof, shall be guilty of a misde-
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. formidable fortress at Istein, five meanor.

L. OeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 miles from here on the Rhine. food Section or other 2. That accommodations proof that lodging were L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
The barracks inside the fortress
obtained by false pretense or by falseor
t have been down and extensive
I pulled fictitious show or pretense of any
underground barracks to take their baggage or other property, or that
have been and the person refused or neglected to
place dug quarried out
for such food, lodging or other
r Show Your ColorsWe of the earth. Furthermore, the river pay accommodations on demand, or that
Rhine is being dammed so that wher. he gave in payment for such lodging, 1-
certain sluice gates are closed wide food or other accommodations, negotiable -

have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of ;at stretches of the surrounding country refused paper, or that on he which absconded payment without was The' MarketOF

t flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them. can be flooded. paying or offering to pay for such
t Observers in Basel are expressing food, lodging or other accommodations CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
A nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for an I
t big peace the opinion that these preparationsare or tha the surreptitiously removed -
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these handsome in anticipation of a French of- or attempted to remove his OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
baggage, shall be prima facie evidence FRESH AND SALT MEATS
; sets on your home. fensive being successful. of the fraudulent intent men-
tioned in section 1; provided, that hte Kept under the best sanitary condition!
act shall not apply where there has screened from the flies, and kept fresh
STRAW BREAD IS GOOD, BUT Everything away
t \v. S. BRANCH, been an agreement in writing for delay -
LACKS NUTRITION: in payments for a period to ex- and pure. '
f THE ARCADE BOOK AND :MUSIC STORE ceed ten days. We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Berlin.-That bread made of strawis Section 3. That any person or per- everything in the :Meat Line.
sons violating the proviso of this act
good but of doubtful nutritive value shall, upon conviction, be punished by
is now the admission of Dr. Frienden- imprisonment in the county jail not to H. jVdC. Self Ss Co.
thal, discoverer of the. formula.Dr. exceed three months, or by fine not
Friedenthal his exceeding $100. pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
explained pro- Section 4. It shall be the duty of
CAREY HANDFUNERAL cess at a meeting last night of the every hotel, inn or boarding house
Berlin Medical Association, when he keeper within the state to keen a copy
declared that "straw bread is not en- of this! act .printed in distinct type
posted in not less than three
DIRECTORAND tirely without nourishment. uous places in said hotel, inn
Samples of tarts made of straw ing or eating house. conSPIC-1
were passed around, and the epicures Section 5. All laws or
EMBALMERAll laws in conflict with this act be and : ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
assembled found them decidedly good. '
the same are hereby repealed.
Dr. Friedenthal will continue his experiments Section 6. This act shall go into 'I
hoping to substitute Straw effect immediately upon its passage I
for potato meal.CHRISTEN and approval by the governor.MILLIONAIRE I METAL CO.
calls answered Promptly Dayor II I SHEET
:: DIES
Night. Hand Block. ARIZONA WITH

WATER South Willington, Conn., April 17. Metal Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
:Gardiner Hall, millionaire manufacturer ,
Orlando Florida.PHONE Phoenix, Ariz., April .-Water I
of cotton and silk thread, died i and Rubber RoofingsCornices
instead of the customary champagnehas at his home here today after a long l

639. RESIDENCE ,PHONE 457: been chosen by Governor Hunt illness. He was 78 years old. 'I Skylights. .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
for use in christening the battleship

I Arizona, to be launched at the New LET "DAD" DO IT
York navy yard June 19. Arizona is If you need any little repairs about Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO t
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a dry state. Water for the christening the place, let "Dad" do it. If you I .
want a nice, cosy porch swing, let 5
1 will be taken from the first flow I
"Dad" make it. Drop a card to
over the spillways of the great Roose- "Dad," Box 132, and he will hunt
velt dam. you. 4-14-6t I

SA.Y : An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free I
ADDITIONAL LOCAL :it Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf

The Orlando Meat MarketT.
Miss Alice L. Peck, of the Empire

Mr. Business Man, I will State, came to Daytona Wednesdayfrom Under Management: YANCY, Manager
her winter home in Orlando fora
offer for ten days to sub visit of a week or more with Mrs. House i
Smyth
Dealer in Choice
Retail
Eunice Sears and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. I Wholesale and
divide the
property cor- Peck, at their home on North Palmetto Florida and Western Meats
Jackson avenue.Iiss:: Peck is a cousinof Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. I
ner Orange Avenue -
Mrs. Sears.-Daytona Gazette- One Block from Court House Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
and Boone streets in News. FURNISHED ROOMS ANDBOARD I .
: Speci.IAttention: to Hotel and Out of Town0rder

parcels to suit purchaser.Look William Long, a brother of Gettes Week. Summer I
Rates by Day or
Long, of this city, motored over from f Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
the matter over. Rates Now On. PHONES 'Residence |133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.
Orlando Tuesday, accompanied by his I
wife, :Mrs.: Roxie Long, who remained :MRS. J. II. CcCAMY:
here with :Mr.: Long and family while
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C. A. HOVEY same day. He will come to Daytona
again Sunday for Mrs.:: Long.-Day-

I tona Gazette-News. Pure Ice Creat11i

sa :Mr.: and :Mrs.: James Kincaid and
:Mr.: Kincaid's sister and cousin, :Mrs.:

A. R. Harper and Miss:: Annie Harden,
who were visiting :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Kin- t
r i When you want PURE ICE For Party
caid, made an automobile trip to Or-
I lando Sunday, returning :Monday: and ; CREAM call for HAND'S. If

Hammond &Gore :Mrs.: Harper and :Miss: Harden departed i you don't believe that we take -' Club

Tuesday on their return to the greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from Church Social

I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I Gainesville.-Daytona GazetteNews.Mrs. \ facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All

make it. You will be surprised School Social
:: :Mary: Eagleton is enjoying a i cans, moulds and everythingused
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES visit from Mrs. Charles Calvert, of i i at the care every detail is given. in the manufacture of our Lodge

Orlando. Mrs. Calvert was before Any kind you want, any time
COMPARE her marriage Miss :Mary: Bennett, a Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
I you want it. In any quantity:
ued'I
society belle of Kentucky, residing in
OUR FURNITUREWe Louisville, and twenty years ago she I I from a quart up.

I I visited in Ocala, a guest at the homeof I : You are cordially invited to Order Hands Pure

provide the quality otfurniture that has long Mrs. Eagleton's mother, :Mrs.: Ed- I inspect our factory at any

been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the !ward Badger.-Ocala Star. time. Ice Cream

standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It 1 I
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Sam Johnson, of Or- I
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof lando, were guests of :Mr.: and Mrs.G. .

this business, and that means much to any buyer. B. Seaman, at their home on South
I Ridgewood avenue during the Knights HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

Templar and Eastern Star conven- .
9 McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, tions in this city. :Mr.: Johnson is

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla. past commander of Olivet commandery PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
of Orlando and a member of the
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City Clerks Quarterly Report for 2009-0. W. &; Light Co... .. .. ., 6.00 2218-Massey &; Robinsgon .. ..... 2.60 J r .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111
2010-Orlando Pharmacy .. ... .. 2.25 2219-A. L. Beck Lumber! Co. .. .... 67.28 I
FIRST QUARTER, 1915 2011-Macbeth-Evans! Glass Co. .... 9.SO 2220-Stenberir; &: Ohse . . .. 2.50
2012-Jos. L. Gurnesy .. .......... 10.95 2221-R. L. Holland . .. ... ... %".97 I,
City of Orlando. Orange County, Fla. 2013-O. N. Works Lumber Yard.. 4.98 :222-F. Lauenbacb . . .. .. 3.75 ;
2014-So.. Fla. Foun. and Men Wks 59.2H 2223 Church Home and Hospt.; .. 1 2015 O. Elee. Supply Co. 2.35 : 2224-B. M. Robinon . .. ... .. .. 1.30
To the Mayor and Commissioners of 2016 =Young's Repair Shop' :::::::. .50 .!..- W. 11. Smith . ..... .. .. 120iJ226 > '
the City of Orlando: 2017-M. C. Brown, ... ........ 20.40( F. D. Harvey &: Co. ..... 1.0 '
:2018-R. L. Holland . .. ....... 4S.17 :2227Baker Mf ;. 0 . . . 7.42: I I DollarDayBargains
Gentlemen:-During the first quar- 2019-R. L. Holland . . ..... 40.OO 2228-F. J. Raehn .>. &: H. Co. ...... 2.00 I
ter of 1915, the second year of Com- / 2020--I'ierce Electric Co. ... .. .. 1-20 229-: -So. Fla. Foundry & M. Wws.' 7.51;;;
mission*from of the 2021--Mr. G. G. Randall ... ....... 3.OO .2230 R. Carroll . . .. . ... lf.4> I
government City 2022-E. F. Sperry . . ...... 262.35 !'_'31- -)1. O. Dovel &: Son .. . .. 1.!.;SIg '
Council held 25 meetings, with a full 2023-0. Volunteer Fire Dept...... 60.00 2232-E. S. eys ............ .. .... 75.33
Board present at all meetings but one. 2024-Mrs. A. B. Whitman ........ 500.00 2234 Jos. L. Guernsey . . ... 31.92
. At all of these meetings the routine 2025-.. J. Raehn P. &: Heating Co. 6.05 2233A. L. Wright ............... .75235H.
2026-SoL Harper ... ..... ........ 12.95 > A. Lumsden . .. . 5.50
business relating to the Sanitary, 2027-L. C. Massey . ......... 100.00 2360. W. Light o. ... ... .. .... 1.00
Sewer, now completed as far as the 2028-H. G. Partin & Son ........ 6.00 2237-O. Novelty Wks &: Lbr Yd... 2.TO At The Big\ Store
original contract is concerned and 2029-0. Coiuert Band ... ......... 40.00 2238-Amc. La France Eng Co.... %,11.O<1
additions to the also 2030--J. B. Lawton ..... ......... 10.00 2239 E. F. Sperry ... ...... 247.50
new system 2031-Hyer &: Davis .. .. ...... 20.00 2240 and 2241 used for time warrants
additions to the surface drainage sys- 2032-Curry &: Smith CiKar Co..... 13.75: 2242 Fla. Nat. Vault Co. ... .... .. 250.00
tem and the carrying out of the Brick 2033--Hanner Brothers ... ....... .. 20.90 2243-Alabama Paving o. ... .... .. S4-70
Paving Contract took most of the 2034--McMurray &: Baker .. ..... 4>.:'* =H-fI.. B. Coney. . ... ... .. 378.95: i
time of the Council, up the amount of 2035: --E. F. Sperry .. ........... 192.00 2245 Church Home and Hospt ... %0.33 ; SATURDAY MONDAY and TUESDAY i
..
2036-Fla. Nat. Vault Co.- l.O&O.OO 2246-So. Fla. Foundry & M. Wks 80.00 ,
business transacted is proved by 52 2037 Robert Overstrett .. ........ 5.00 2247-E. F. Sperry . . .... 235.35
pages of closely written pages in the 2038Ala. Paving Co. . ... ..... 323.30 2248---C. Sweat .. . ... .. .. 80.00
book in short 2039-Church Home and Hospt. ... 41.25 2249..State Bank Draft.. .......... 2,508.75
minute recording as
2040-E. F. Sperry ................ 12.87 2250 Mrs. A. B. Whitman ... .... .. 500.00 3 BIO- DAYS 3
form as possible the transactions of 2041-E. T. Worthlee ............. 1.30 2231; -E. F. Sperry ................ 18.36
the Council. 2042-Church Home and Hospt. .... 18.OO 2252-H. B. Coney ....... ....... 176.15
During the quarter one new drain- 2043--E. F. Sperry; . ........ 202.20: You << make dollars buy at the Store
can more Big
well has been completed near 2044-State Bank . . .. ...... 2.000.00 Total amount ................23653.81 your
age ...... 18.33
2045-Studebaker Corporation

Lake Lancaster which will take care 2046-0. Bank and Trust Co. .... 3512.25 January ..................... ... .J16.926.46 than any store in Orlando. We quote a few of the
of the overflow from this Lake and 2047-Peoples Nat. Bank.......... 3,758.75 February ......................... 12.915.31March
t Lake Davis, and forever destroy the 2048-<.'..... A. Barker ........... 15.00 .. .. ... ............... .. 23653.81 Hundreds of other items
2049-H. & W. B. Drew Co. ..... 20.87 bargains. just as good.DON'T
. breeding place of mosquitoes in that 2050-Henry H. Yowell ... ......... 4.00 Total .... ........... ... .... $53,425.58 many .
part of the city. The cost of this 031-Carl Jansen .. ... .. ...... 1.20
well was, by agreement with the 2052-E. F. Sperry .......... ..... 193.63 2 Time Warrants each of $2000.00.. 4,000.00due
the and 2053-Ala. Paving Co. .. ........ 180.28Total December 31. 1915, and Dec. MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITYLAWNS
County, divided between City 31. 1916. as payments for auto

the County. amount .................16926.46 fiire truck were also issued.. t

tion Another near Newman well is now Lake under, which construc-, when Total ................ ... .....-.$57.425.58; in white and fancy, regu- CHILDREN'S DRESSES, splendidline

completed, will properly take care .of WARRANTS DRAWN BY CITY CLERK IN The amount of above warrants was ular 12J/2C. and.loc. values, 10 yds $1.00 to choose from, $1.25: quality $1.00 i

the surface water in that locality. FEBRUARY. 191 i distributed to the following accounts: LADIES DRAWERS made of
This well will be paid for partly by 2054-E. F. Sperry ... ... ......... 125.00 Construction- CAMBRIC: fine soft finish, yard wide a good
the and the owners in 2055-H. C.' Robertson ........... 1OO.OO Surface drainage 121/jjC. quality, 12 yards for ______$1.00 quality muslin, 25c. quality, 5 for $1.00
City property 2046-A. S. Johnson .............. 100.00
that locality. Captain Wilmott hav- 2057A.. Boone ...... .. ......... 100.OO ________$ 4,489.69 MUSLIN bleached free from dress- LADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of
ing deeded to the City the necessary 2058-Carl Jansen ................ 100.00 Sew'age system 81.70 ,
land for the location of the well, be- 2059-R. M. Bennett . .. ...... 9U.OO Sidewalks and ing, yard wide, lOc. quality, 14 yds Gingham and Percales, $1.25 quality -
..............
sides subscribing for part of the cost 2060-A.2061-W. T.H. Seruttgs Smith ............... 10O.OO 65.OO streets _____ 1,295.685,867.07 for ___________________________$1.00 for -----------_____________$1.00
of the we1LDuring 2062-M. C. Broom ....... ........ 75.00 EquipmentsFire -
the quarter the City, by 2063-J. F. Bozarth ... ............ 75.00; Dept. ____$ 6,004.25 BROWN MUSLIN, full yard wide, 7c LADIES KIMONAS good styles,

agreement with the property ownerson 20 2064-J.5--Floyd C. Carter Peel ................................ 60.00 75.00 Sanitary Dept._ 11.65 quality, 20 yards for ____________$1.00 $1.25 quality for ---------______$1.00

Lake Lucerne, came into possessionof 2U66--G. J. Denton ............... 60.00 Street Dept. __ 155.94
the lake fronts, bordering this 2067-Tom Galling ... ............ 20.0O Furn. & fixtures 6.50 One lot of Lawns, Voiles, Madras LADIES WHITE SKIRTS, good qual-

lake, also the peninsular known as :2068-\;m. Dean .. .. ............ 100.00 Live stock ____ 200.00 6,378.34 and Batiste, in whites, slightly ity, regular $1.25 grade for _____1.00
2069-Perry Taylor ................ 56.00
Lot E of Boone's Sub-Division, the 20.o--Dr. P. P. Pillans ............ 10.00 :Maintenance soiled, worth 30c., 35c., and 50c. BUNGALOW
whole being added to the City's Park 2071=Phillip Bunn ... ......... 50.00 Buildings uu$ 179.36 APRONS, 60c. quality -
System, and wrll in the future be 2072-O. A. McIntosh .. ............ 85.00 Administrationof Special, 6 yards for ____________$1.00 special, 2 for -------_________$1.00
Commission. A 2073-Jim Barton ................. 75.00 ___
cared for by the Park 2074-Chas. Hilpert .............. 40.00 city u 2009.75 SHEETS a good quality, 72x90, reg- BOYS PANTS $1.25 and quality
of land Lake Police Dept. ___ $1.50 -
triangular piece on 2075-0. Concert Band .. ....... 40.00 1129.10
Cherokee and the entire lake front 2076-Win. Murphy ... ............ 75.00 Fire Dept. ____ 1,063.28 ular 50c. quality, 3 for __________$1.00 special for --------_________$1.00
from Agnes street to Palmer street 2077 -A. Moore ... ............. 75.00 Cemetery _____ 251.70: '
2078-C. Pomeroy 75.00 SHEETS, a good heavy weight, full BOYS ,"ASII
came under the same agreement in 2079- L. Wright ::::::::::::::: 21.OO Sanitary Dept._ 1,505.40 SUITS 50 different

possession of the City, and will be 20HO! -G. R. Ramsey .. ............ 16.50 Surface drainage size, 65c. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 and $1.50 quality for $1.00

added to the Park system. :2081 -A. B. Herndon ... .......... 11.00 ___n___ 7,31
2082E. A. flyer ..... .......... 8.50 Sew'age system 538.50 PILLOW CASES, a good heavy BOYS SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, 75c
The purchase of an Auto Fire 2083--.'. W. Groves .. ... ......... 5.00 size 42x36 15c. 10
Truck added a valuable piece of prop- 2084-E. F. Sperry .. ............ 200.15 Streets and side- grade quality, quality, 2 for ----______________$1.00
erty to the Fire Department equip- 20H5! -Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. .. 13.1O walks _u___ 3,184.57 for ___________________________$1.00
... .............
2086-E. S. Keys 12.37 Street cleaning 538.50 BOYS BATHING SUITS 75c.
ment, and by quickly responding tot 2087 J. T. Hendricks ........... 100.00 Parks ________ PILLOW CASES 42x36 and 45x36 quality -
several fire alarms during its few 2088--R. M. Carrell .. ............ 114.18 1,500.00Plumbing 2 for ----__________________$1.00CHILDREN'S
week's service has proved its value to 2089 P. F. Laubach .............. 13.00 Insp. made of a good heavy muslin scal-
. the 2090W. S. Branch ... ........... 2.30 Dept. _______ 190.00 ROMPERS: $1.25
City. loped regular 25c. quality 6 for __$1.00 ,
,
2091-Cain & O"Berry Co. ........ 5.00 Electrical Insp.
The Occupation License Ordinancewas 2092-M. O. Dovell &: Co. .......... 5.60 quality for ____________________$1.00
revised in the first part of the 2093-Hammond &: Gore ... ... ..... 5.50 Dept. __n___ 81.00 BEDSPREADS, large size, good

quarter, and a new Plumbing Ordin- 20950.2094-McMurray: Telephone&: Baker Co. .................... 19.00 6.50 General Lighting exp.city ____ 1,457.15 197.17 weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SHOES for Misses and Children,

ance, also an ordinance governing the 2096-The Sentinel .. ............ 5.OO Donations sizes 8y, to 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00
use of Trailers to auto trucks and 10 97-Miss Maud Gardner ......... 7.95 TABLE LINEN bleached, 60 inches
auto vehichles were adopted. 2098-Orlando Pharmacy .. ...... 4.15 awards, etc.__ 612.4.S wide 39c. quality 4 yards for ____$1.00 BAREFOOT SANDALES in Tan for
The Clerk has issued during this 2099-M. C. Broom . ........... 23.80 Charity _u___ 191.26 ,
2100 -J. B. Magruder ........... %..002101.Warman' Tax refunding 1.30 Misses and Children, sizes 8/ to 2

quarter 47 dog licenses, 52 permits to e Repair Shop ...... 6.80 Interests- TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for ______________________r____$1.00
plumbers Water & Light Co. to 2102-The ....
open McElroy Pharmacy 3.60 wide beautiful patterns 75c. quality -
streets for installation of new 2103-H. T. Armington & Son ..... 42.00 Clay bonds _u$ 105.46 ,
works up 2104-Helms Hardware, Co. ... ...... 13.W Street improve- 2 yards for _________________$1.00 LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS,
and repairs. 2105-Stenbent &: Ohse ... ... ..... ?50 ment bonds_ odd lot, worth up to $4.00, special$1.00
Sixty-nine (69)) building permits 2106Richards Repair Shop....... 15.00 2.508.752,614.21 TABLE DAMASK, bleached, 2 yards

have been issued, for new buildingsand 2108 2107--Church Macy Wagon Home and Co. Hospt.. ... .......... 8.25 3.00 Brick Advances-ass'mt wide, pure Irish Linen, $1.25 quality DINING ROOM CHAIRS, solid oak,

repairs, the approximate cost of 2109 J. P. Carwood .............. 30.00 account _____$17,503.33 for ________________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
these improvements, according to 2110-W. M. Davis .. ... ....... 30.0O Sewer
figures as furnished by owners or con- 2111-A. M. Harris ............... 4.50 fund ___ 182.2217,685.55 LADIES HOSE black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS 16 and 18 inch
..... .. RedemptionsThe -
Nat. .
2112 Fla. Vault Co. 2,819.83
tractors being $51,495.00.; 2113-J. D. Mitchell .. .. .. ........ 375.30 last of old 50c. quality, 3 pairs for ________1.00 regular $1.50 quality for _:: ______$1.00
t Police Department- 2114-J. W. Wilmott ........... 5.00 7 ct. clay
warrants have been ....... per LADIES SILK GLOVES, 16 button. ,
243 sworn out 21150. County Fair Ass. 400.OO bonds SUIT CASES, 24 inch regular, $1.50
during the 1st 2116-E. F. Sperry . .......... 38.69 ---___ 3000.00 black and white $1.50 quality__ $1.00
quarter. 2117-E. F. Sperry .. ..... ...... 209.30 Sinking fund __ 1,250.00 quality, special for _____________$1.00
216 cases were tried in the Mayor'sCourt 2118-Mrs. G. B. Whitman ......... 500.00 Time certificates
28 cases were turned over to 119 -I'. F. Laubach .. .........'. 421.80 deposits for RIBBONS beautiful line in plain and CURTAIN SCRIM, white and ecru,
2120 W. H. Smith .. .. .........
the County for trial. 100.00 fancy, worth up to 45c, 5 yards for $1.00
2121-Merck's Pharmacy ......... 2.50 int. on bonds 6021.00 25c. and 29c. quality, 5 yards for_$1.00
The cases tried were: blind tigers 2; 2122-Reporter Star Pub. Co. ...... 26.00 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, odd lot, 1.50
carrying concealed weapons 3; displaying 2123-Church Home and Hospt. ... 8.75 Tital ___________$57,425.58Respectfully RUGS, Crex and Wool Fibre, size 36x
2124-Dana's Transfer Line........ 1.00 ------- quality special for ______________$1.00
deadly weapons 3; disturbingthe 2125-Pierce Electric Co .......... 3.60 72, $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00
peace 10; fighting 50; glambing 9; 2126--Finley, Jr. Sign Service ...... 16.50 submitted WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quality -
drunks 64; violations of traffic ordin- 2127-O. Grain & Com. Co. ....... 690.00 FANCY ART CHINA beautifully
CARL JANSEN, special for _________________$1.00
ance 51; miscellaneous violations 23. 2128 So. FertiL Co. .. ............ 10.50 decorated worth
Fines imposed in 135 2129-T. O. Brorn ........... ..... 39.60 City Clerk. MEN'S FOUR IN HAND TIES odd $1.50 to $2.50
were cases. 2130-.R. L. Holland .. ........... 16.47 Orlando, Fla., April 1, 1915. your choice _____________$1.00
Bonds were forfeited in 39 cases; 21 2131-E. F. Sperry ... ........... 199.85 lot, 50c. quality, 3 for ___________$1.00lIEN'S -------
were discharged and one was commi- 2132-Cain & O'Berry Boiler Co..... 3.30 ALUMINUM KETTLE 4 size
ted to the State Asylum for demented; 2133-Gordon's Transfer .......... 1.00 UNION SUITS one lot, regu- quart ,
2134-A. L. Beck Lumber Co. ..... 7.68 SMALL BOTTLING FACTORY FOR lar $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
I and in 19 cases the fines imposed were 135-L. G. Branhara ... ........... 2768.08 $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00

remitted. 2136-L. G. Branham ............ 6.96.40 WINTER GARDEN LADIES GINGHAM APRONS 25c. 2 DOZEN LEADED GLASS TUMBLERS .
Cash received by the City Clerk 2137-O. Grain &: Cora. Co. ........ 9.50 ,
and deposited with the City treasurer: 2138-Joe. Bumby Hardware, Co..... 11.00 quality, 5 for ---_______________$1.00 thin and dainty for __.__$1.00
2139-Curtis & O'Neal '". .... ... 40.00 Winter Garden.-C. H. Estey andJ.
Fines and Forfei- 2140-L. G. Branham ............. 329.76 Henderson about LADIES GOWNS, 75c. quality, spec- JAPANESE BASKETS, beautifulline
tures _________$ 909.00 .. .. are to open a
2141-F. D. Harvey &: Co. ..... 3.85
Sanitary Tax_____ 866.32 2142-Church Home and Hospt. .... 24.40 bottling works in the Newton build- ial, 2 for -------_______________$1.00 worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00

Pound Fees ______ 62.65 2143-S. D. indsay ............... 151.10 .
ing at the rear of the store. It will
2144-Alabama Paving o. .......... 3.46
Dog Tax ________ 51.25 2145-E. F. Sperry ... ............ 212.89 be a coca-cola plant but all kinds of
Miscellaneous ____ 3.00 2146-L. S. Villenewe ............. 48.85 DOLLAR DAY IN GROCERY
Plumbing Inspector 771.50 soft drinks will be bottled. It is expected DEPT.LOT .

Electrical Inspector 115.00 Total amount ... ... ..........12845.31 that work will commence Mon-

Cemetery Lots and day and the goods will be on the NO. 1 LOT NO.3 I.

Rents Grave N.Digging_ 199.00 WARRANTS DRAWN BY CITY CLERK IN market next week. Both gentlemen 3 Cans V. C. Cream, large, value _____30c 3 cans Tomatoes -------------______30c

Ave. Houses.Orange_ 60.00 MARCH 1915 have been in the business some time 2 cans Tomatoes, value ____________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder ---------____35c

Interest onDeposits 2147 2148--E.H. F.C. Sperry Robertson! .......................... 125.00 100.00 and the product will be high class in 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot. Blue Ketchup ----------______25c

_______ 109.29 2149-S. A. Johnson ...... ........ 100.00 every respect. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans Best Corn -----------...______40c
Interest 2150-C. A. Boone ................
onSinking 100.00
Fund __ 249.83 2151-Carl Jansen ............... 100.00 1 bottle B. H. Ketsup value __________15c 3 Rolls Toilet Paper -----------_____25c
2152-William Dean .. .. ......... 10O.OO -
f Street Department 266.38 2152-Perry Taylor .. ....,.. .. 56.OO STRIKE GROWS SERIOUS -
Fire Department_ 49.00 21S4-R. M. Bennett .. ........... 9O.OO $1.45 $1.55 !
City Maps sold__ 8.50 2155A. T. ScrugrKS ..... .......... 65.00
Tax Certf. in handsof 2156-Wm. Smith .. .. ......... 100.00 Chicago, April 17.-The lockout of LOT NO. 2 LOT NO.I .
2157-M. C. Broom .. .............. 75.00
City Clerk__ 18.30 2158--J. F. Bozarth . .. .......... 75.00 16,000 union carpenters here assumed 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 Ibs Best Lump Starch ________________
Citty Attorney Tax 2159J. E. Carter ............. 75.00 serious
Certi. Redeemed 39.81 2160-G. J. Denton .. .. ........... 60.00 proportions today, tying up 1 can best California Pears, value ____30c 7 Cakes Lenox Soap __________________
Tax 2161-Floyd Peel .. ............... 60.00 operations valued at more than $30- 6 pkg. Jewell Matches value ________30c. 3 Pearline
Collector- packages
2162-Tom Collins .... .... .... .... 2O.OO ___________________
Taxes, Real and 2163-O. M. McIntosh ............. tl .OO 000,000 on 4,000 buildings and throw- 1 bot. Lemon Extract ______________25c 2 packages Cel Starch _________________

Interest on delinquent 2164-Chas. Hilpert ............. 40.00 ing out of employment 125,000 wage 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup ________________25c 2 Ivory Soap small _______
______ 114.04 2165-Dr. P. P. Pillans ............ 10.00 ____________
2166 Phillip Bunn .. ............ 50.00 earners, thousands of whom had no 1 Bottle Best Ammonia
Occupation Lic- 2167-Orlando Concert Band ....... 40.OO _______________
cences _n______ 1,869.75 2168G. R. Ramsey ............. 15.62 connection with the building industry $1.40 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner ____________ __
Zlb --G .R. Ramsey .. ........... 3.13 itself.
217O-G. R. Ramsey .. .......... 131.25
Total --__________$8,864.85Paid 2171-.-\. B. Herndon .. ...... 79.13
to City Treas- 2172-A. B. Herndon . .. ....... 18.75
urer ___________ $8,615.02 2173--A. B. Herndon ............ 2.08 HOUSEMAIDS GET DIPLOMAS YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT FOR $1
Placed in General 2174-.-\. L. Wright ... ........ ........
2175-W. A. Edwards, .... ......... 75.00
. Sinking Fund MTS: -K. '>. Hyer . ... ......... 16.66 Montclair, N. J., April 17.-What is
(Interest on Sink- 2177-E. P. flyer ... .............. 32.30
ing Funds) ____ 249.83 2178-K. P. Hyer ...... .......... 1.04 said to be the first class of house-
2179 J. H. Barton ............... 75.00 maids ever organized in the United
2180-C. Pomeroy ................ 75.00
$8,864.85 $8,864.85 2181-Wm. Murphy .. .. ........ 75.00 States received their diplomas from ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR
2182-A. Moore . .. .. ........ 75.00 the Montclair ,
2183-Jos. L. Guernsey .. .......... 1.75 board of education to
The following warrants numbered .rnCo..h. t..et. day and returned to their duties.
from 1985 to 2252: inclusive, drawn :2184-Studebaker orporation ...... 117.86 REELS AT EVERY SHOW
2185-Cain O'Berry Boiler Co. ..... 4.80
by the City Clerk against the Fundsin 2186-Dr. C. N. Thompson ... ...... 2.00
the hands of the City Treasurer, :187-Church Home and Hoept ...... 7.25 WOMAN AVIATOR HONORED
by order of the City Council amounted 2I8HO.: W. & Light Co. ......... %..00
2189--O. Telephone Co. ........... 17.00 !
to $53,425.58, as follows:- ... ... ... London.-A Victor
21S*>-S. Y. Way .. 25.00 Petrograd dispatch to Drama, \Iyers Thelby
WARRANTS PRAWN BTHE CITY 2191-W. C. McLean ... .......... 21.36 the News Imp. Drama, 2 reels, Violet Merserean, j j : i
JANUARY ISIS 2192 -E. F. Sperry .. ........ .. 220.32 says that a young woman THE DANGER LINE"
CLERK IN 2193-L. G. Branham .. ........ 1021.58 volunteer aviator, named Marie Wm. Garwood. I
1S9& M.... G. G. Randall .. ...... .$ 3.00 2194-Cain O'Berry Boiler Works ... 6.85 Kurp- I! :estor;; Comedy.
e 1>}<6- -L. E. Bates ..... .... ...... 20U.W 2195-Cancelled ... .. ......... 00.00- yeva, has received a St. George cross "U.Mit, JOHN" :
1987-Hamilton Johnson ........ .. 11 .28 2196-O. W. &; Light Co............ 2.82 for THEY WERE ON THEIR HONEYMOON
m--B. M. Robinson ............ 25.00 :2197-P. F. Laubach .. ............ 1.80 daring and successful reconnaissance. -
1989 O. W. &: L. Co............... 219.65 2198-McNair Lumber! Co. ........ 106.75 .
1990-State Bank ... .......... .. 105.46 %Dickson-Ives Co. ........... 1.00 I Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights 5c. and '
1881 -J. P. Lindsey ... .. ........ .. 18.OO 220O-H. T. Harminirton & Son .... 42.00 lOc.
1892T. P. Warlow ...... .....,... 300.00 2201-.-\ .. Paving Co. ... ......... 3364.28
1 9G o. J. Mayer Co............ 21.50: 2202-Copeland Inirlu Shale B. Co. .91*9.1U EXPECT WAR TO END SOON
1994--Cook Auto Co. ............. .75 2203-Hamilton Johnson ........... 1161.0.t" .
1 95--Montgomery Ward &: Co..... 3.63 -Fla. Nat. Vault Co. ...... .. 285.30
1996- -Helms Hardware Co...... ... 6.50, 2205-Warman's Repair Shop .... &..00I Tokio, Japan, April 17.-Count I
1997 -O.Telrphone Co. ............ 15.01 I :2206-Richard's Repair Shop ...... 5.25
1998.--Newell Elee. Co........... 3.43 2207-E. S. eys . ........... 5.99 Okuma, the Japanese premier, told a Yowell-Buckwortli Co.Orlando's
1999 SU-nberit Oh e .. ......... S..52000Ric.bard' 2208-Macy Wagon Co. .......... 15.25 of journalists today he believed
Repair Shop ...... 3.00 2209-The Pierce Electric Co. ........ 3.10 group .
ZO01--Wat-mans Repair Shop....... 3.0C 21)1. C. Broom .. ......... 18.00 the European war soon would have to
2002.-DaniTs Transfer Line ...... 7.50 Montiromery Ward Co......... 8.43
2003-B. D. Wien** .............. 1..00 212--.1.. B. Lawton ........... 6.25 come to an end owing to the exhaus- "
2004 B. W. ingsley .. ............ 1.40 z13-.J.: P. Cawood . .... .. ..... 64.50 tion of the belligerents.Get Largest Store. "Quality Did It.
2005 Gulf Reninir Co. ......... .... 6.50 2214-Caplinger Elec. Co. .. .... 1.20
2006--Caplinirer Elec. Co........... ..Ii i 2215-0. Electrical Supply Co. ... 1.50
2007John R. Sage .............. 6.0fl I 2216-Bumby Hardware Co. . .. .. 18.95 .111111111.11111..111..1111.1..1. . ..
2008-E. G. Duckworth ........... 100.0 2217-E. F. Sperry ...... ...... 246.50 the news in the Sentinel first. .
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South Florida SentinelMORNING I FLORIDA'S Florida is old GREATEST in point of ASSET.discoveryand ( W. S. Branch) !

AND WEEKLY ct/n.j arativelv young in develop-

;:. GLENN .................Editor ment. One of the most essential points Since the senate turned down the FOR SALE
C. ESSINGTON' ......Bu.mw. Manager '
-- necessary to her future progress is prohibition amendment maybe old

Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Florida healthfulness. This element can note luerta will come to Florida to live. I
as Second Class Mail Matter.
> too forcibly accentuated. If Florida -TimesUnion.As I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES from the Keys to its northern "Old Huerta" seems to shine I
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 as if
Daily:: 6 Month ...................... "J boundary and from the east to the a fighter he might locate in Jacksonville I
Daily: 3 Months ...................... I-25 west coast is kept in a high point of and occasionally to lower r
on
Daily: 1 Month ...... ........... -60 go 1 srl'i TrTrrT' r T ,'t -'
healthfulness its future will be as- Bay street and fill up on some of that Country estate of
. Weekly. 1 Year ............... $1.00 i '* I1lMiA' I
.. TrrrTrrTr
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::::::: sured. At present Florida is the "mail order" stuff after which he 'T .i
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PAYABLE IN I 1350 Q1 Ji"r/r 1'1'' l= rr rr rr f
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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS acres large two e
ADVANCETO healthiest state in the Union. Under could start something and have a ,

the able direction of Joseph Y. Porter fight on short notice.0 .
ADVERTISERS: story welhng.harkd- I
state health officer, the entire -- I
. Copy: fr display: and all tbrr hand-set state and the majority of the cities
adTcrtiMBC tout 1M Sandra in at the basinets Palm Beach went and got all the some lake front,
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, are making splendid strides.It summer suits in the United States
the day: Were publication. This rule applies I
t. chances for entraet advertising: it i. does not require much mentality ; named after it, and now Miami has $9000.00.Six .
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered t.. to realize what the loss to Florida' "done gone" and got the big Dixie

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued would be were it to be ravaged by highway named after it. Those East
the office in writing on
should notify
the date of expiration otherwise it will be yellow fever. Thousands of people Coast towns still have some of the I 9

. continued until notice at to the stop regular is received subscription rates. would desert the state on a moment's spirit of Flagler left in them. acre grove modern I I

Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 notice and flee to a more healthful
climate. If typhoid or malaria ravages cottage and out- i
TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 191;). BURIED WITH MASONIC HONORS
a community very naturally the
Sam Ware colored, who died in this buildings, $4000.00.Call .
impulse of hundreds, who are not dependent I
You live longer when you live in upon the locality for a livelihood city Tuesday evening, was buried

Orlando. would be to desert the city or with Masonic honors Sunday after-

. o noon. A large concourse of friends
town and seek some other section of
Speak softly and the world listens. the state or country. And likewise if followed him to his last resting place.

Howl and you get a kick.o Sam was a worthy colored citizen a
a city is deficient in sanitation and onS.G.Dolive
sewerage the winter residents will credit to his race, and had many

. RABID RUDOLPH SAYS: most is naturally where locate where sanitation friends among the whites. & Son OURow&ng .

A cigarette will steal away your perfect, municipal officials < !
have insisted better condi-
upon
brains-but even a cigarette has to DoctorsBuckiilastcr ,
tions.
have something to work on. Reai Estate and InsuranceORLANDO.FLORIDA :
Flies and mosquitoes are a menace. &
is
Baseball is straight-baseball BrundageOSTEOPATHS
To swat the fly or mosquito is not
I
straight-but a good clever guy can '
enough All garbage, refuse and rubbish -
learn to throw a curve.
should be carefully placed under No. 3 W. Pine Second Floor
o Personal instruction under Dr. Still & *
The nearest some gasoline vehicles cover. Screens should be repaired. Afly at Krrksville Mo. i 'ooka

get to being real automobiles is the or a mosquito should not be allowed -
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
horn. entry in any household duringthe
National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. .1
o warm summer weather. Dark,
Our latest cable from abroad is to damp and swampy places should be

the effect that marriageable men are cleaned and opened to the sunlight -

commanding a premium. which is the greatest purifier and
Is sure creating some excitement. We intend
o cleanser. A business man or a property 1
MORE POPULATION.THAN 1,000,000 owner who will tolerate filthy or that it should. If you have a "Sing

No state east of the Mississippiriver unsanitary places on his premises is er" or any other make of machine, makeit f

is increasing as rapidly as Flor- committing a crime against society.To a "Hummer" this week. We'll do our ,.
. ida in population, and few if any in
attain its fullest
the United States are increasing so development part and do it well too in RIGHT prices .
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.Florida must maintain the most thorough
rapidly. A correct census for the I -and we'll also refund 10 cents on every
state would show a population of health conditions in every com-
: about 950,000-possibly a few more I munity. Every city in Florida should dollar purchase made this week.
or a few less but the figure named have excellent
would not be far from correct, says sewerage systems,
the Times-Union. It is safe to say splendid and adequate drainage mains Magnolia AvenueI
, that when the next federal census is and connections, an energetic and per- In every City or Town ot Importance-

taken Florida will be found to have a severing health officer a good water wherever a store of the size, character,

million and a quarter people. supply either filtered or from deep have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrif-

. o wells an efficient and proper methodof uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. ty community-SEWING WEEK is a distinct -
The markets may have been a little

off on citrus fruits the past season burning or destroying all garbageand This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a feature. .
but Florida is refuse matter. When every com- Aside from the money saving advantages of
going strong on vegetable number of bearing fruit trees.I .
shipments. munity, every town, village and cityin I HOME: DRESSMAKING: which this store cannottoo

. .0- this state reaches its full development will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof strongly advocate-we believe the habit of
-
Among other bad traits of vegetable and when Florida becomes feet off south end. ... I setting aside one week-say in each month-is .

soup is the fact that the waitress known throughout the Union as the going to become more and more general.It t
epitome of cleanliness, sanitation and The house is in good condition and is arranged into
usually has her thumb in it when she developes initiative resourcefulnessand
healthfulness Florida will incalculable light housekeeping and does in- ,
apartments produce
brings the bowl to your table. reap an a keener appreciation of good values

o benefit from the in.lux of come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I which to economical women-TO YOU-
investors with
capital, and residentswho
WHO "HOMERMcKEE"
IS. are looking for health. bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT will become more valuable as time passes.To .

A Citizens of Orlando, there rests BARGAIN. all who have ever felt that they are,with all
great many of the state exchanges -
upon you an obligation as great as their work and planning not accomplishing as
are printing "Homer Mc- Cash
Kee's Prayer" and it is a safe guess that thrust upon any city in the state. or terms. much as should be accomplished towards replen-

To attain the perfect conditions ando ishing the children's and their own wardrobes,
that ninety-nine and two-thirds of the
make Florida the leader in healthfulness
editors in Florida do not know who SEWING WEEK OFFERS UNTOLD OP-

or why he is. Homer McKee is thirty requires unselfishness con-
stant work and labor continual PORTUNITIESThe
some odd years old, he is a native pro-
gressiveness and alertness. Orlandois joy of making something useful-and the sat- e
Hoosier was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Indiana along with Worth the center of Florida and to it power S. Y. WAY isfaction which comes with knowing that spare .
and prestige will if its health- used be
come moments are being to good purpose-will
Brehm, the New York artist and oth-
fulness is the best in the of SEW-
state.ADDITIOXAL YOURS the minute you enter the spirit
er celebrities, sailed into Indianapolis,
f drew cartoons for the Indianapolis o ING WEEK and turn it to practical account.
Insurance and Real Estate Agent
i Star and the last we heard of him he LOCALSMr. TO FACILITATE your efforts along

f was director of sales and publicity fort these lines we will arrange suggestive

the Cole Motor Car Manufacturing and :Mrs. W. II. Johnston of PHONE 172 Sewing Week Displays in the windows and
Ishping, Mich., who have spent most
company of the Hoosier capital. of their time in Orlando for the past throughout the store, demonstrating the

L o four months departed yesterday made garment and also giving the actual

r Forget the war; boost for a new morning over the Atlantic Coast Line costs, that we are sure you will appreciate.
for their northern home. The first of
f Board of Trade building.
r November will doubtless find them in There Will Be Special OfferingsIn
o this city again.

i The man who builds air castles is Silks Dress and Nash Goods, special offer-

usually a better citizen than the fellow '- Mr. and :Mrs. B. Franklin Fuller ings in Linings, Embroideries, Laces, Trimmingsand
and little son, of Savannah are visiting f
who lives most of his time downin Notions.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
r his boots. Fuller, at 307 East Pine street. Mr.
-
0 Fuller will return Tuesday.night at SPECIAL SALESIn

F It is said that gasoline will be 12:30, but Mrs. Fuller will spend Dress Lawns Muslins, Domestics and all
some time here and then
visit her
t I much cheaper by reason of a new discovery brother, Mr. Connor of Lakeland.Mr. kindred lines.
recently made. But the
ques- M
, COME FOR SUGGESTIONSIF
tion is, to whom will it be cheaper and Mrs. Edward Hall and '. '.1 I I.. o

the buyer or the seller? daughter, :Miss Catherine who have r\fw YOU are in doubt as to what you

o spent the past five months in Orlando I I' j want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN

Don't let your nerves get the best for were their among home those in Evanston leaving yesterday Ind. They i r MAKE TO BEST ADVANTAGE,

of you, or it's all off. Acquire the were very much pleased with condi- The Pictorial Review Patterns,

habit-and you can-of dropping fora tions here and expressed their inten- jI
tion of returning next season. the recognized Standard all over the
time the 1
thoughts, the work or the I II
States-can help you. .
tasks that are liable to worry you. IIr
After a very pleasant winter in I AS A STILL further inducement to get YOU
Worried people are nervous, and no- Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Love and t
body can do his best mental or phys- daughter Miss Ethel, left yesterday interested in this BIG plan we will return to you

ical work when in that condition. morning for their home in Lymari, for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on

o Ind. This was the first year that they every dollar. This is in addition to the special
have had the pleasure of wintering
ORLANDO SCHOOLS here, but they expect to return again prices prevelant throughout the store during the

SPLENDID ASSET. in the fall.Guests week.
.
The enrollment in the Orlando pub- WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU !
lic schools for the school year ending registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included Fred W.
May 28 showed an increase of eight 'Vanderpool W. C. George Jacksonville -

per cent., over the correspondingschool : A. Robert Straus New York; 4 r
year ended June, 1914. This is G. P. LaFollette St. Louis; W. S.
Till. T. II. Reed, Tampa; M. Morse,
an indication that the Orlando schools:
Buffalo; M. Morrison Boston, and S.
are meeting the requirements and E. Turnbull, Lakeland.
gaining in enrollment which is highly Come -to sor DICKSON IVES CO.

gratifying to every citizen. Good TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

schools with a varied curriculum and Your Spring TOfljCR

efficient instructors is any city's great MONEY TO LOAN on improved high
asset. Orlando can not lay too much class city property in amounts from

emphasis upon its fine public school Atha.$1,000 114 to 5000.South Orange Apply to Cooper & If you want to feel good all Spring and Summer begin now .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.

system. If Orlando public school 4-20-3t avenue. and take a Spring tonic. It will cleanse your system of the poisons .. ..

display greater progress and more absorbed during the winter, and put "pep" in you. PLACE I
FAVORITE SHOPPING
thorough equipment and efficiencythan WANTED-Bids on brick flues Bring us your prescriptions ; we fill them right. ORLANDO'S '
her sister cities' schools in Florida plumbing, wiring for lights. Will The Store of true service, of never-failing cour'I'I
accept lowest bid. See Mrs. Whitten- Buy all your drug store things from us; we sell them right.MERLIi'S .
it is
well of
,
a known fact that more berg 205 West Pine, Wednesday and tesy, of fair dealing, trustworthy ,.

winter residents will come to Orlando Thursday nights at 7 o'clock. : PFrARMACY' chandise, at right pricesr

every winter and place their children 4-20-ltc .

under the tutelage of the Orlando public THE REXALL STORE e

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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE bel O'Neil will leave Friday for Atlanta Admission 5 /
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WEEK I to attend grand opera. They -
will be joined there by Mrs. D. C.
Tuesday, April 20. Thompson. Miss Branham will be absent ,. . I I '
Stag dinner at San Juan hotel, given I about ten days and while in Atlanta TODAY'S :
by Mr. Donald Cheney for grooms- will be the guest of Miss Nevah S i
men and ushers. Straughn, who formerly lived in Or 4-Reels---IOn
Mr. and Mrs. Gray Rush entertain lando. account of "The f I
Robinson wedding party. --0-- being in such bad shape --i 4'
Bow Knot Club Miss Dane hostess. Mrs. Henry Gordon Gale and daughter run it. But instead of U 'i II i t
"The New Minister" presented by Ep- Miss Beatrice, who have been Key" we have booked I
worth League of Methodist churchat spending the winter at the "Batchellor WILLIAM FOX Elaine," featuring :
opera house. Inn," leave today for Chicago, Edwin Arden. This I \ .
Mrs. Mather-Smith, of Oakland, entertains their home. Mrs. Gale is a cousin of being made by the
at cards for Mrs. Hamlin Mrs. W. M. Glenn, on West street,and announcesROBERT you all know the I '"
and Mrs. Dozier. has made many friends here who will shown at the Favorite IN JEWELRY
Auction Bridge Club, Mrs. W. P. Watson regret her departure. in addition to our i
hostess, at home of mother, EDESON Five cents to all. get quality here for the
Mrs Blythe Watson. The Auctioneers Bridge Club will you get intrinsic value for
Wednesday, April 21. be entertained today by Mrs. W. P. AND PLEASANT TRIP TO can choose from an as-
Cheney-Robinson wedding, Presbyterian Watson at the home of her mother, El
TilE BEACH.
t church, 9 o'clock, foUowed by I Mrs. Blythe Watson, 11 East Con- CLAIREVHITNEY
reception at home of bride's parents cord avenue. The following t
Capt. and Mrs. B. M. Robin -0- tored to Daytona Beach
son.Unity. I Mrs. C. G. Brown was hostess yes- IN spent a most delightful JEWELERS.
Circle meeting. terday for the National Park Seminary da's favorite rendezvous ,
Sorosis Club meeting. I I alumnae at her home on North Topliff, Mrs. II. E.
Twentieth Century Club, shower for Orange avenue. DAVID BELASCO'S SPEC- Penley, Mrs. N. Deane : I
Miss Antoinette Slemons, at homeof -0- VaughanIessrs.: .
Mrs. W. S. Branch.Men's Mrs. J. A. Abberger, Church and J. F. Jackson. They
Open Forum, "ladies' night." Liberty streets, will entertain the .TACULAR DRAMA crowds at the seashore
Cathedral Needlework Guild. Wednesday Card Club tomorrow af dulging in dips in old A SAVING IN PAINT
Wednesday Card Club, Mrs. J. A. Ab- ,ternoon.
berger hostess. -0I PRICES"O made by buying cheap paints,
Thursday, April 22. A marriage license was issued yesterday "THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND by purchasing the very best
Chicken pilau dinner at Country Club I by Judge Martin to Mr. Elmer such for instance as we han
at 6 o'clock, dancing, 8 o'clock. Clay, of Tampa, and Miss Hettie Lock,
Golf tournament at Country Club, all of Taft. ME"As Just think how much more poor

dav, dub trophy, a loving cup. '- cost you if you have to keep
Here and There Club, Mrs. P. Palen Invitations have been issued for a I them every year or two.
hostess. bridge party Tuesday, April 27, Mrs. TODAY how much cheaper our
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Rybolt, at the James Laughlin III. hostess. produced by Charles Froh- are
Melrose, hostess. -- ( which last two or three times

Rosalind Club. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., will go !I ..
f'ridaypril 23. to DeLand today to attend the meet- man at the Empire Theater,
Nullos Club, bridge-luncheon, San ing of the presbytery. "TRACKED BY Paint & Wall Paper Co
Juan hotel, Mrs. W. II.*Lewis hos- --0-
tess. MISS HARDEN HAS New York City. An Edison Special 205 S. Orange Avenue
Entre Nous Club, Mrs. Firnkoess hos- PRETTY "500" PARTY. I
tess, at home of Mrs. C. G. West- I Miss Mary Harden entertained a plete in two parts."SNAKEVILLE'S. Phone 261
cott. number of friends at a pretty "five
Saturday, April 21. I hundred" party, Saturday afternoon,
Auction Bridge Club. the affair being held at the home of
Sunday. April 25 the hostess Miss Harden, and Mr.
:Memorial Day, U. D. C. and Mrs. Vivian on Lake Cherokee.Six .
:\Iondaypril 26. tables of players were present, FIVE GREAT PARTS
. Civic League meeting, at Mrs. J. T.Fuller's several tables being arranged on the COMPANY
residence. broad varandas overlooking the lake
and several in the living room which Another of those
for
. SOCIETY NOTESOF was very attractively decorated with Comedies.
INTEREST. numerous small vases filled with pan- sanay
Despite the approach of summer sies. Hand painted Japanese scenes FIELD
the social season does not seem to be decorated the score cards. A very
losing its attractiveness, this week unique button bag was the first prize, 10 cents 20 cents "BOLD AS A
being particularly filled with which Incabators
numer- was won by Miss Eloise Robin- .
ous social events. Orlando society son. Miss Zillah Shepherd captured
centers this week around the Cheney- the second prize, a Japanese coin A Kalem Comedy. PLANTING
Robinson wedding' and its attendant purse, while the consolation, a book I I
prenuptial events. There are many entitled "The Wisdom of the Foolish o'clock Mr. Donald Cheney will tendera Avenue
parties on the calendar for tomorrow and the Folly of the Wise." went to I I stag dinner for the groomsmen and *
afternoon, and Thursday is another Miss Margaret Hibbs. A dainty two ;ushers who will officiate tomorrowI
full day. Next week promises to be luncheon i
course was served on the j I evening.
I I FOUR BIG
filled with numerous events also. Instead small tables by Miss Harden, assisted. -oA REELS I
of diminishing the calendar con- by Mrs. Vivian, Miss Eileen, Mrs. Hal GREAT
tinues to grow in length. However, Beardall, Miss Evelyn Spencer, and "SAME LITTLE Ads For Results I
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the social season will begin to wane Miss Helen Hoskins. Miss Harden's SURPRISE.One
in two more weeks, as many social guests were Mrs. R. P. Cobb, Misses of the most startling surprisesto
. leaders will leave Orlando for the Mary and Elizabeth Branham, .Nan Mrs. J. G. Manuel occurred Sunday
t summer months. and Laura Beggs, Dorothy Cooper, morning when she walked into her -
Elizabeth Fudge, Roberta Branch, class room at the Presbyterian Sunday I
Mr?. John T. Fuller and Mrs. T. Jean Person, Ida Cuthbertson, Mary ] school, where she has been a most'
Picton Warlow have returned from and Grace Holt, Zillah Shepherd I successful teacher for the past six FRANK O'NEAL
Tampa and Dade City. At the latter dred Reed, Margaret Hibbs, Eloise years, and found the room prettily A. CURTIS WILLIAM R.
place they attended the board of directors Gassman, Annetta Persing. Frances decorated with many beautiful flow-
meeting of the State Federa- Bosanquet, Nell Kinzel, Zelma I.ew- ers. Many hearty congratulations to
tion of Women's Clubs. Next Monday -I ter, Helen Nicholas, Edith and Eloise Mr. Manuel followed for the prize he Established 1886
Robinson. had won.
an interesting meeting of theCivic
League will be held at Mrs. Ful- --0--
ler's residence, Mrs. Fuller being the IN HONOR OF
newly elected president of the organ- MR. AND MRS. HOUSE.
ization. The League is planning to Mrs. J. A. Abberger and Mrs. W. C. CURTIS & O'NEAL
Orlando Wood Yard
advance many new ideas and every McLean entertained at dinner Sundayat
member is requested to attend the Mrs. Abberger's, corner of Church
:Monday meeting without fail. and Liberty streets, in honor of Mr.
, --0-- and Mrs. William A. House, of Atlanta Removed from Pine St. two blocks
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Black- who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. north on Railroad, west end Wash INSURANCE LOANS -
stock, of LaFayette, Ind., who have McLean, Mr. House being Mrs. Mc
been stopping at the Wyoming for Lean's brother. The event marked Mr. ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
several months, will depart today for and Mrs. House's tenth wedding anniversary all times. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
their home. They have become well and it was also Mrs. House';
acquainted with many Orlando people birthday. The two families were pres -
who will regret their departure. Mr. ent. The house interior was artistically
and Mrs. Blackstock have spent many decorated in roses and orange B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE
winters in Florida but this is their blossoms. A bride's cake was cut
first visit to Orlando. So delightedare which afforded merriment, and indi-
they with the beauties of Orlando vidual wedding boxes were given as 344
and her charming people that it is favors. Mr. and Mrs. House were the
their intention to return again next recipients of considerable tinware in
winter. keeping with the tenth wedding anni '
versary. The Houses will return to F'or. sale
Mr. and Mrs. James Magruder, Jr.. their Atlanta home in May. OSTEOPATHYDR. '.
with a party of friends, motored to -0-
Wekiwa Springs Sunday in their sev- PRE-NUPTIAL j
' en passenger car. A delightful sup- SOCIAL EVENTS.Mr. J. C. HOWELL House eight rooms. Lot 65x167. Price
per was enjoyed at the springs, after and Mrs. Gray Rush will entertain Physician and Surgeon
which the party returned by moon tonight at for Osteopathic
a porch party Kirksville Graduate
light. With Mr. and Mrs. Magruderwere the Cheney-Robinson wedding party Consultation Free 450000. A bargain.
Mrs. Helen Varnes, Misses Nor- following the rehearsal of the princi-
ma Gettier, Roberta Branch, and Eliz- pals at the Presbyterian church this Office Cheney Block. Opp. San Juan
abeth Fudge. evening. The wedding will be solemn- HoteL
-()- ized tomorrow evening at the Presby- Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 .
Miss Mary Branham and Miss Ma terian church. This evening at 6:30 Orlando Fbu







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couragement to first 10 buyers will sell
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NOT TO PEEL CRACK
OR CHALK OFF ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down,

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

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SENTINELWANT 4-18-3tc Monday p. m. or Tuesday a. m.

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WANTED-By 1st, clerical position ,JN
S by a young married man, with .
I three years experience in railroad office -
and have a good knowledge i-f
Two >bookkeeping. Can furnish a refer-
ence. Am a hustler. L. P. Lovell
The Morning Sentinel Want care A. C. L. Depot Ticket Office Or-
Directory is the Greatest Want lando. 4-20-3t ORLANDO
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando.
Having given up my office o.erIc-
Terms Cash in Advance. ilroy's drug store, will continue my
with beautiful fron- work at home, 112 W. Central ave,
136 acres RATES S. Garland st., L.J. Mustard, Chiropodist. -
two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t 4-20-lt Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on Royal Agatite
For Three Days ____________SOC ,
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For One Month ____________$ .50 Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the -- -- -- -- -
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of next day. 3-3-tf r.
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
will be one cent per word for repairs of all kinds done
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
sertion.If screen doors and windows a specialty; Fir J G Gagoliue Stove EXpIOS1OII l i n I
- you can't bring your ad to sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- garages, office fixtures; window and
counts opened by telephone will be door frames made to order. Get our
payable' the following day. orices. 18 East Church street. f 1
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo

ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Every Home-Every Man has use Business-for a -Take-your-Kodak films to Robin-

Sentinel Want Ad. son. 3-3-tf The first really destructive fire Orlando has had

*" .tkln Block PHONE S04 CUT FLOWERS TO ORDERCarnations. !

FOR SALE Livingston. Miss avenue.Hope Starbuck Phone 521.183tc 405. *.. in several months came Saturday morning and was

DAYSYou FOR SALE-A Bargain 1200 lb. 7- -
FOR 90 caused GASOLINE STOVE.In
by
a .
yr. old mules, $350, fat and sound. BUYERS AND SELLERS
Fred W. Wilmott. 4-20-6t I buy, sell rent, and change real
foundation
can buy estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
stone building blocks, sidewalk FOR SALE-Purest bred White Indian over 30 years. Have, handled over
I. tile, or anything in my Runner duck eggs for hatching; 20000000. Call and see me. fact statistics show that two-thirds of the
one dollar per twelve. Also a few
10-6-3m F.
line at reduced. Call around A. LEWTER.
choice breeding pens. Now's the timeto
and let me surprise you on hatch 'em.V.. K. Hale, Route 1, in residences caused oil and
fires are by gasoline
t prices. Orlando, Fla. 4-13-6t Dr. S. S. Jones

F. D. GORE, FOR SALE-Ford Roadster, 1913 stoves defective flues.
or
1 model in good condition, cheap for CHIROPRACTOR
rf Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. I cash, phone 363. P. O. Box 206.
f 4-20-3t graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
I FOR SALE-Garage! fully equipped, 209. Intelligent people everywhere Think it over---when you have a GAS RANGEin
i !are being restored to health by chiro-
plenty of work. If are a mechanic -
this is your opportunity you ,small practic adjustments, the new scienceof kitchen you eliminate two-thirds of the fire-
t amount capital required. Address removing the cause of disease. Examination your
Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf free. 12-24-lmo
--- danger! Don't you think that for this considerationalone

?f- DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR about SALE, with QUICK-A parasol top, good and set run-of Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST GAS is a good investment. I
Office corner Orange Avenue and harness. Address Mrs. J. E. Groves.
s Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., Phone 541. 4-17-3tc
::
t Phone 419.Great. $15 Invested in a Gas Range will do more to save you

L FOR bushes.SALE-Choice Place Mrs., Colonial Kate cut Ronson Drive.roses, Bartholomew and- O'Neals.115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & from fire loses than $25.00 spent for insurance, besides givingthe

4-16-2w service of the only perfect cooking stove made-A Gas Range

t Reduction FOR SALE-On account of impor- PHONE 646 Can you afford NOT to Cook with Gas?
tant business I will sell my entire
F stock of groceries and fixtures, situated For Eight Cylinder (adillac
'( Sale on on Orange avenue. F. J. Jones,
z Giles & Hovey building. 4-16-6t FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
.

Jams Jelliesand clean, nice FOR cash SALEA business for a BARNARD.& SON ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

hustler, terms Orlando,
on easy ; requires only 17 Hughey Street Fla.
small cash payment, balance to suit 12-10-u
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
4-9-tf GAS DEPARTMENTUNUSUAL

FOR SALE-Modern home; eight Cut Flowers
rooms and bath; orange trees and
Canned FruitsWe oak minutes walk I ,
large ; seven to --- -
x>stofFice. Bargain. Inquire owner,

have more than we desire to 412 FOR East SALE Pine.OR RENT-Two 3-21-lmo story and Plants i JONES[ GOES JUST THE[ SAMEMy [

carry in stock, so we are going to give cottage, seven rooms and bath, REASONFOR
modern conveniences, porches
them at cost price. roomy
away excellent condition.Y.. L. Tilden. Floral
2-23-tf Designs
Sale will last all this week.
ANUNUSUAL -

FOR and SALE tools, best OR farm RENT-With in county stock; va- bus line which has been serving you 'for fourteen

riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock PRICE
CARUTHERS & GORE 31dg-, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- same time it always has.
er. 1-16-tfc .Violet Dell. F Florist.! c

TIME TABLE .
new Modern G Grocery FO-R RENT I

on two fine lots, ten min-
FOR RENT-Three furnished house J. M. CARUTHERSPhone Bus Leaving Orlando, In Front of Evans, The Jeweler. '
keeping rooms, including kitchen, utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 fine location near Lake Eola, ten dol-
lars per month. One room five dollars 509. 408 South Lake St. on one of the best streets. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
per month. 403 E. Pine st. 4-20-3t Read Down Read Up
6 and 8 East Pine St. -- -- -- Citrus trees, walks, fence,

FOR RENT-Two rooms, furnishedor A.M.A.M./ P. 1\1. A.l\1. P. l\I..P. 1\1.
unfurnished. 703 Anderson St. Do Your etc.
4-18-6t Orlando .
6:30:10.15 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00

Orlan 0...Was ineton I FOR RENT, Four-room cottage, fur- .ElectricFixtures if Ocoee 7:30''11.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
nished or unfurnished, two lots en- SEE ME immediately Winter Garden I 7:4SII:3C! 4'30 8.15 12.15 4.45
closed for and
good place garden
n chickens; ; one block off Orange ave.in Look'Old interested as sale must be Oakland i 8:00---: : 4:30 8.00 \ 4.30
Concord Park. $10.00 per month.
Enquire 706 W. Amelia. 4-18-31 made at once or not at all

DRAWING ROOM FOR RENT May 1st, 6-room unfur- and at present prices. IF YOU NEED '

nished cottage,near lake Lucerne, 108 I
Sleeping Car America st., just remodeled, new bath
room with gas, hot water heater, Worn Out? Letterheads
screens, closets, wide veranda and Envelopes,
back porch, chicken house and garage,
First Car \
March 16
on gas, electricity and sewer connection. I have established for i
a plant
Apply 75, care Sentinel or phone 573 Cards Announcements
TAYLOR
DR. A. J. ,
4186tFOR
,
VIA the refinishing of all metal ,

RENT-Seven room furnishedor fixtures and brass beds. This I Circulars Briefs Hand'
unfurnished house, for the sea- PHONE 696 ,
Atlantic Coast Line son or by the year; rent very reason- work is done at a small cost, and
able. Inquire 208 Garland street. Central A, Bills
East 'enueOON'T !
Standard Railroad of the South 4-16-6t* makes your fixtures look like 905 Catalogs, or, .

Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. FOR RENT-Several attractive bungalows new. !
for rent on Lake Conway PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE '
Address C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. Stock of second hand fixturesfor -
Tuesdays Thursdaysand -
M5-6t
sale.

SaturdaysLeaving FOR RENT-Modern six room fur Phone 652 and I will call and WORRYIf Sentinel Job Office
nished cottage, from piano down;
Orlando on Train 82, large lot; good barns; only two blocks estimate job. I
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays out 4-15-tf; $30 per month. Carl Dann. your

and Saturdays.For you are disappointedabout

FOR RENT-New, MOdern Five getting a new Eas- I
Reservations and Tickets L. W. LEWIS.
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. You want the best Piano
call on A. |IC. L. Local Ticket ter Suit,we can put your and Furniture Polish. Try

Agent. FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- old one In good condi- our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A.
tion for just such occas-
Yancey. 3-28-tfc I Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers II
CLINT BASSPHONE ions.
NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, I atFinley's
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. 375 I

FOR 10-25-tf RENT-Three room flats, fur- West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. I ]
a. nished or unfurnished; low rates to PioneerJust
permanents; close in; vacancies in Successor to Dry Cleaning
two houses all See
; improvements.
owner 301 East Livingston avenue. Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
DR. L. H. RAMSDELi 3-30-lmo CompanyWood Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court

OPTOMETRIST of All Kinds streets.
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE WANTED -
PROMPT SERVICE Umbrellas Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.'i .
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES WANTED-3,000 to 6,000 acres of recovered and repaired J
AND DO ALL KINDS OF saw-mill timber, near Orlando ad- REASONABLE PRICES I. "while you wait," at Young's Rep au:
OPTICAL REPAIRING dress Box 727. 4-17-6t Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc "





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Sold 4 368 pieces of property in 1914.[ They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you must I


. do one thing SATISFY .1


- 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 ,116 s. ORANGE AYE

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,
THINGS PAST FINDING- OUT pense to the city, excepting its en- ed,i intelligent men will be selected to 46,000IEX WORKING DAY AND I I SOUND OF LIBERTY BELL IS I QUARTER MILE RAILROAD

1 forcement was positively refused,and enact laws, and not men who "consent" -I NIGHT IN KRUPP STEEL PRESERVED EARNS $1,000,000
King Solomon said: "There be WORKS AT ESSEN I The shortest railroad in Americaand
contractors were asked to submit bids to run for office at the "earnest
. three things which are too wonderful solicitation friends"PROHIBITION 1 "What may prove to be the last at the same time one of the most
1 I for the expenditure of thousands of of many (Xew York World)
I ringing of the historic Liberty Bell profitable is the Grand Island rail-
I know II
for four which not. :
:
,
me yea 'I
. dollars to satisfy a sentiment! I I I Forty-six thousand men are working took place in Independence Hall at I way, which constitutes the only rail
Sonomon in his day and time was. In this there is intended no disre- NOTES r: in day and night shifts and sever Philadelphia recently," says the May I link in the transcontinental trade
considered a rather close observer and spect to the memory of the dead. I I'days in a week in the Krupp SteelWorks Popular Mechanics, in an illustrated route that connects Fort :'McPherson
the reputation has clung to his name Civic pride and the beautifying of I I Alberta will vote on prohibition in Essen. They are busily article. on the arctic circle, with settled partsof
through all the ages, but if he had public places should be encouraged. j July 21st.'Vherever. employed turning out war material. I,i "Instead of sending the bell to the I Canada.
lived now it is very probable that he "God's Half Acre" should be made as !> in United States territory All the big steel furnaces are sending i; Panama-Pacific Exposition, it was de-I This curious railroad is owned and
would have to admit that several lovely as money and art can make it, liquor can be abolished by execu- forth thick clouds of black smoke i I cided to transmit its tones across the :operated by the Hudson's Bay com-
more things were past his compre- but the first duty is to the living. Human tive order it has been abolished. I while they are boiling material for !i country to San Francisco over the re- i pany. It is a quarter of a mile long
I ,
hension. life should be the most preciousthing !I Substantial gains were made by the i I use in the construction of the heavy cently completed transcontinental telephone j and cost less than $800 to build, the
"The way of the eagle in the air, but the unwisdom of "men temperance pt"}ple in the spring legislative I guns for Germany army and navy. ||j I line, partly fulfilling in a lit-i rails being of wood, with strap iron
the way of the serpent upon a rock, charged with high responsibilitiesmakes battle cf Tennessee.For Where, in time of peace, iron and >i eral sense, the prophetic words cast i, facings. The rolling stock consists of
the way of a ship in the midst of the it the cheapest commodity in j the first time during +lu spring I steel rails and other implements of ':! on the bell, 'Proclaim liberty through- two dilapidated flat cars which are
sea, and the way of a man with a the world. Even our highest and noblest ,'session of tI.! legislator-- in T.wa tredrys peace were manufactured by the I out all the land, unto all the inhab- ;pushed by hand along the rails. The
maid," are still unsolved even with sentiments for the dead should lost on treasure th'y rlc l <>ired. I Krupps today nothing but war material : itants thereof.' The bell was struck ': freight rate for all classes of com-
our superior experience, and more not outweigh our regard for the liv "Convict: I;.uul: While Paroled At- I mostly shells and shrapnel of all :; three times with mallets at intervals modities is $2.50 a ton, and some idea
than these, we can not understand the ing. God never intended that. I tacks W.)mer." This lord l of head- i I sizes shapes and description is being 'i of five seconds. By an arrangement j i of the volume of traffic can be had
of law makers. There Typhoid fever is a fly-borne disease. j line is makii-g thousand of prohibition j produced. !,
way some may I I I 'of three very sensitive transmitters i' from the fact that in its 60 years of
be a reason but- The destruction of the fly, and the voters.So j I The most expert gunmakers in Germany j!j which were .suspended beneath it on i, operation the Grand Island railwayhas
There is a certain town in South :prevention of its contamination with I badly rattled are the liquor people .. are racking their brains over i earned profits of more than a
rubber bands, so as to exclude all foreign j
Florida-the name is withheld, it the germs of disease, are effective of Pennsylvania that they are I'I novel and heretofore unknown engines | vibrations the tones were caught .million dollars.-From the May Popular -
would be too severe punishmentwhich ,measures in the reduction of typhoid frantically talking compromise in or- of war, many of which are cer- I :\IechanicsIagazine..
and clearly heard over the telephone
on account of local conditions prevalence, in wiping it out from a''i|der to kill the local option bill. tain to astonish the world once theyare I I I
wires the Pacific
+ on coast. At the
and the consequent expense, has no !community. It is a conservative esti- i "European anti-alcohol develop- brought into use by the Kaiser's I i same time a phonographic record was PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Chair
sewerage system. The city councilwas mate that every case of typhoid involves ments come as an international vindi- army against the allies fighting him Car party to Washington and New
asked not long ago to adopt an a money outlay of $500, and !cation of the wine mess order issued and his men in the open field of bat- I made of the notes "so as to preserve York Wednesday night, April 28, via
I, them for posterity. the Atlantic Coast Line. Rat SlV O.
ordinance providing that all earth this does not include the loss of time !last year," says Secretary of the tle. i
i I See C. F. Bieler, 820 West Central
closets in the city should be screened >i htrough incapacitated human produc- Navy Daniels. avenue. Get your identification: cards
, -flyproofed-to prevent the spreadof tivity. I Since the inauguration of prohibition l CIIICAGO DRUNKS COST CITY For-cleanest clearest Kodak finishing from city ticket agent or depct ticket
typhoid fever. It was intended as I I Public officials who fail to recog- bank deposits in the three banksof $300,000 A YEAR I go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf i i'agent. .(1-lS-tf-

. a protection for public health, and it !nize their responsibility toward their 'I Lewistown, Pennsylvania, have increased -
is a measure that has been proved :constituency in the protection of life I from $885,000 to $1,122,000. I The Chicago Tribune says that it !I'
elsewhere a most effective protection; I and health, are not fitted for their i The county commissioners have just costs the city of Chicago $300,000 a
I Why don't call and let us quote you our low
I j
but this body of men declined to make responsibilities. Such a course as paid $15,000 of the county debt. year in court costs pay of policemen you
it a law because of the expense.At that pursued by this South Florida and time and money lost by drunks I
the same meeting of the same city council, proves its members too BISHOP SUMNER ILL I themselves to take care of the 40,000 j Summer Rates at the
legisltaive body bids were asked for small, too narrow for public place. arrests for drunkenness in that city 1
the construction of a concrete wall They haven't "made good. Roseburg, Oregon, April 17.Right each year. The article calls
about the city cemetery, which, it When the people of Florida shall 'r Rev. Walter Taylor Sumner, bishop of tion to the fact that Boston, atten-j Empire Motel:: '
was understood, would cost not far come to realize the value of public the Episcopal diocese of Oregon, is population of 650,000, has ,
from ten thousand dollars.' and individual health, when they shall I ill at a hospital here with an affectionof rests for drunkenness each year. The I
Think of it! hTe adoption of a law realize that the failure to utilize every the throat, and it was said today especially large number is said to be The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,

requiring a safety appliance to ward established precaution against I an operation probably would be neces- due to the fact that Boston does not makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
off or lessen a serious disease, a law preventable diseases is a sin, a crime j sary. Bishop Sumner came to Ore- I punish its drunks. It merely arrests
which would entail absolutely no ex it is possible that sober, seroius mind- I gon recently from Chicago. them and allows them to sober up.

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\\YATCII A fOR REMINGTON CREATIONSPower -Some FineREAL ,


ESTATE OFFERINGS


Speed, Silence and Convenience !

of 1 1I
, Operation I


. r For ExchangeApartment .
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Building in Mass., new, modern, rents for ten thousand and five hundred
Redo ton
Remington per year, nets seven thousand and six hundred per year, is free of incumberance. Want ,

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



Quality t -A Refinment For Exchange-




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

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

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


Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit

For Exchange- ;

'
THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATION Four hundred acre estate in New Hampshire, in the finest town in N. H., where the

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

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

the made of the finest brick with of
. place Philadelphia pressed granite trimmings .
.
k') : hardwood, plaster is hard finish; cellar under entire house. There are 21 rooms, 3 baths,

',1' butlers' pantry, large attic with billiard rooms, all windows plate glass, has stone engine
a tone of distinction to
house and private electric light system, all buildings covered with slate. Price of this
?$.r.r.L the occupants.The .
place is $75,000.Iortgage: is $15,000; will trade equity of $60,000.00 for two Groves

with dwellings on them. See photographs. "_/


power that come I

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

Cuba Mexico, we have it. *

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


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

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



FLORIDA REMINGTON fI' MOTOR CO. D. WARING, Mgr.


R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Askrus for any exchange you wish we can match what you have,4

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


Mr. G. M. Jacobs one of Chulu-I
ota's substantial citizens transacted
business in Orlando yesterday.Mrs. .

R. C. Keefer, of Jacksonville, Th'nAi phis
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.E. oECOHo
C. Bence 406 East Pine street. .

Mrs. T. Warlow returned yester- Y Ext avg ---
ffl mTTInnT riPrrrM M i'i i' n* P Tr r day afternoon from a visit to her
friend llrs.V.. C. Green in Tampa.

Mr. J. R. Peebles the efficient general '-
manager of the Tavares & Gulf
t railroad, is spending today in Tampa.

I Mr. A. P. Connelly, one of San- r'4- ,

ford's leading citizens, was among the
business visitors in Orlando jester-
d ay.
i
A BANK FOR ALL THE
Mr. M. L. Calvin one of Winter
f Garden's representative citizens, visited -
FAMILY
the county metropolis yesterday,
combining business wtih pleasure.Mrs. .

The boy or girl, young
business woman and J. H. Williams who has c-jn- >
man 1SM 1
ucted the St. James
on West j-trcct,
housewife will all find this left yesterday for Indianapc'is! Inwhere \*., 3 ,1;
Bank useful from their own she will spend the summer.D. *$X dl

particular point of view. The J.'J'vt T / '
broad and efficient service Rabinowitz has returned from a ho et5 ih ; ,! -
few days' visit to Leesburg and Or-
meets the of all
requirements I lando. He is much pleased with that ,' Money .
classes and covers every part of the stat Gainesville Sun.
banking need as applied to I ecxrr*
both. Miss K. W. Cassin, of Tampa, who
Savings Accounts and Check- I has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
ing Accounts Peebles. at 500 East Central avenue, $2,511.90 INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORSON
returned to her home yesterday after-
noon. APRIL 1, BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.

, THE STATE BANK OF .
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Archer, of Chattanooga HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS?
ORLANDO Tenn., who have been visiting -
Orlando and other points of inter-
est in the southern part of the state, $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

leftesterday for Jacksonville.Mr. CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.



.iiE[ ]] ni1J] headquarters hours the. L.in Florida D.Orlando Jones in Citrus Tampa yesterday general Exchange, spent managerof looking several, with Peoples. National Bank


after business
matters. 'IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Mr. R. L. Lambert formerly of this
city, but now one of the leading busi-
ness men of Leesburg, spent yester-
day in Orlando greeting old friends
and business.
--- transacting

Mr. John A. Smith, a former well
known citizen ofV est Orange, but .

r NOTASEMEAND { [ now ence engaged villa, was in horticulture among the at out Flof-of 1111.11..111111..1111111111111111111111111111.111111.11111 111111111111.111.1... ,
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town visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

-
J. A. Moseley the clever rep
resentative of the Miller-Allan Hat
1 b company, New York, was among the
INERCHIL business transactors spending yesterday
I in Orlando.

I L Messrs. H. L. Beeman, Jas. Laugh- Bargain
1 t REFRIGERATORS lip ILL, L. B. Forte and James L.Giles .
:
have returned from a delightful 1
I cruise .
inIr. Laughlin's yacht, theramlin.
I' ."

: are designed to meet One Buick Model 21" five
the demand for medi- Messrs. J. E. Petris and S. J. Bri- passenger j
um priced high-grade ley, of Oakland, were among the sub
J: { refrigerators. stantial citizens of West Orange

-- d Careful attention is capital transacting Monday.Mr. business. at the county good condition throughout.

0 given not only to the

outward appearance, and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin and Mr.
[ but especially to the J. E. Fleming, of Ocala, .n.,'",,red T.)

general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in Orlando in greeting Sunday friends and and spent looking y(' tol'ay after -$2r7SQQ

order to produce correct and proper refrigeration. business matters.

Construction._ The outer case is made of Solid Ash
:Miss Sarah Marsh and Mr. Clar
with raised panels, finished in Golden Oak. The inner ence Marsh of Minneola, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ab-
case is of hardwood lumber and berger, left yesterday for Hastings,
between the two is a thoroughinsulation where they will spend a week.

of dead air and non-
conducting sheating.ICE Mrs Jno. W. Stagg, Jr., and little
son, John Edwin, who have been
CHAMBER.-Galvanized spending several days with Rev. and
S. iron lined, with all-metal ice Mrs. J. W. Stagg, returned yesterday ,

' rack Provision and removable Chamber.flues.Galvan- burg.afternoon to their home in St. Peters San Juan Garage Company I


iron and odorless white enameled County Commissioner E. L. Brown

with removable drain pipe. and son, Mr. Steve Brown accompa .111111.1..11..1. . . . . .a. .
t Shelves.-Adjustable tinned nied by Mr. Clifford Smith, motored
woven wire in all patterns. to Orlando yesterday from their homeat
. Fort -- =
Christmas and spent the day

r Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets. Swing transacting business. -
f baseboard. Automatic rain trap. r.
Messrs. J. J. Winters, of Ellery, Ill.
t and Mr. C. E. Winters, of Marysville,
See this before you purchase any Refrigerator Ky., were among those leaving Orlando -
yesterday. This was their initial -
visit to this section and they wil : .tw-: :
f "
OSCAR HAND & SONMIIIMIIIIIMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMIIIMM the orobably fall. be among those returning in I \ .'-' -t .
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l Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davis of Jacksonville : { ,
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-- are among the Floridians in '.. w-
Orlando registered at the San Juan. Y 1
Among the visitors in Orlando areTr. THE SAVINGS CENTER II .; c' :> ,
t :\ and Mrs. John Baker, Jr., of New I _
t tt York, who are registered at the San ..

Juan for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE I. 7'i" '

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and Mrs. P. E. Smith and INVESTMENTS, in the long run are .-;. .: ,
daughter, Claire, arrived in the city;
yesterday afternoon on the Tampa placed where earning power combines with '.JIP..
WEDDING GIFTS Snecial and will spend several day s. \ "" .
They have previously visited Floridaand GREATEST SAFETY.'r
while the fine climate is not a .
revelation to them, it is nevertheless That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING
a delight.Mr. ,
DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER
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With an immense stock of Cut Glass
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and Mrs. O. H. Carey, of Tren-
t ton. N. J., are in Orlando for a sprin OF FLORIDA. '
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- visit. They declare that the ozone
from the orange and pine trees i is 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.Consultation.
Painted China and the largest line of very exhilarating and they are simply -
enjoying the blessing of Florida

Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in They Orlando think the this finest state place and on the especially globe


the city, we are confident we can please Mrs. A. T. Thayer, who has spent f
the season in Orlando at the home of
the most discriminating customer. A Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davis, on the corner -
of Church and West streets left

glimpse at our stock will convince you. cottage yesterday at afternoon White Bear for Lake her summer, Mini ,

Her many Orlando friends look forward -


.fall.Mr.to and welcoming Mrs.-Wm.her Weigering again in and the Or1allo n Bank & Trust t C m an


T.D.EVANSJEWELER daughter, Miss Natalie, who hav i
spent the season in Orlando guest I
at the home of the Misses McKee on Incurs No '
South Main street departed yesterday Obligation. !
afternoon for Cleveland, Ohio
They enjoyed their visit immensely]
:and will in all probability return in I
the fall to become permanent resiJents. *
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