The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00239
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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 21, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00239
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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PASSES FIERCE Affairs Are Drawing To Climax! I



'. Berlin Says in Two Days East ; THE PRESIDENT:: TOUCHED
African Battle Germans MOST MOMENTOUS\ :: UTTERANCE I

20.-The Germans
k' Petrograd, April

through :Moravia into north Hungary, THE WORLD'S AFFAIRS WERE ADDED: "MEN SAYING IF WE


tempt to develop a counter attack Judge Parkhill of Tampa, Dr. IGNORANCE. Would Bring Several Hundred If Senate Fails to Act Governor
against the Russian positions among DIPLOMACY THAT THE HOUR THE PRESIDENT:: RETURNED
Blackman of Rollins and Delegates to Orlando From Will Have to Suspend
the hills and villages in the southern HAD ALMOST STRUCK WHEN WE TO WASHINGTON ON A LATE
Carpathian regions. National Officersto SHALL HAVE TO "ASSIST THE TRAIN. All Sections of the Sheriffs Again

About sixty thousand AustroGerman SpeakIt SouthDr. I I June 5
troops are now engaged there

over an irregular line between the is thought that now is the acceptable Jno. W. Sta g. Rev. J. F. Mc- By C. Johnson
Lupkow and Uszok passes. time for a state-wide effortin UIS.TODEQLWIThCARRANlAAS Kinnon, and S. E. Ives, Sr., have goneto Tallahassee, Fla., April 20.-(Spe-
Fighting in the middle of this position behalf of the advocacy of peace. DeLand to attend the meeting of i cial to the Sentinel.The suspension
is very desperate, but the Rus- Nearly all Europe is involved' in a presbytery.At of Sheriffs Spencer of Ilillsb rough
sians are slowly wearing down the dreadful war of destruction of men the regular meeting of the session -I I'county and Baker of West Palm

enemy's "resistance." and treasure on a scale so tremendousthat SOlE MILITARY POWER' of the church last week it was Beach, which was transmitted to the

Americans stand appalled, and decided to ask presbytery to assist senate last Friday, is the topic of
Germans Rout Landing Forces the revulsion of feeling is such that the local church in extending an invi-I I general discussion at the capital to-
Berlin, wireless to Sayville, April they must be ready for any reason- tation to the general assembly of the day, since the senate in an executive
.-Mail reports from East Africa able measure looking to the preser- church to meet in Orlando in 1916. session passed a resolution calling fora
state that in a two days battle the vation of our own peace and the NElSON WILL IS ADMINISTRATION THINKS The assembly meets at Newport committee of five to investigate the

German troops near Jassini completely restoration of peace in those war- UNIOUEj VILLA BEATEN AND WILL News, Va., this year and delegatesfrom duties and powers of the senate in

routed a strong corps landed from cursed countries over the waters. ONLY BE :MATTER: OF A this presbytery will be asked to considering the matter.
the British cruisers and transports. Not many local organizations are ESTATE OF $6,000,000 LEFT I urge the assembly to meet in the Senator Himes, of Hillsborough,
The English lost 700 men includingfour in existence within the state, but TO WIFE AND DAUGH- FEW WEEKS TILL OBRE- Orlando church. was named chairman; Farris of Du

companies captured. thousands of disciples of peace are TER IN TRUSTAt GON CAPTURES :MEXICO: The coming of this great church as- val, Calkins of Fernandina, Adkinsof

living throughout the counties of CITY-DUVAL WEST EXPECTED sembly here would be of deep interestnot Bradford, and Watson of Quincy,
"Unchanged Says'Vienna Florida and this call to a conventionin only to the local church but to the were appointed as a committee to investigate -
Vienna, April 20.-An official state- Orlando is with the hope that there Their Death Three University TO MAKE A RE- entire city, and the Board of Trade : but not to consider any
ment of the general situation is en- will be a getting together of these Presidents Become the PORT SOON. would undoubtedly assist in the un facts that led up to the suspension

tirely unchanged. Isolated artillery forces, forming local and state organ- Trustees to Buy Art dertaking. It would mean the com- No date has been set for the com-
combats have only occurred along the izations. Treasures BULLETIN: VERA CRUJ, APRIL ing of two or three hundred delegates mittee to report. A prominent %attorney -

whole front. The call is made upon pastors of 21, 2 A. )(.-DISPATCHES HAVE from every section of the South and here today said that if the senate
churches, leaders of educational institutions Kansas City, Mo., April 20.-The BEEN RECEIVED HERE REPORT- as far away as Louisiana and Okla- failed to confirm or reinstate before
Paris, April 20.-Two Turkish tor- officers of women's clubs, will of W. R. Nelson, the late owner ING VILLA FORCES HAVE EVAC- II'homa. To care for such an assemblage -I adjournment it would be up to the
pedo boat destroyers were blown up, and others to urge attendance upon UATED MONTEREY.Washington of ministers and laymen and governor to suspend them again on
of the Kansas City Star, was filed to-
says a Saloniki dispatch, while pass- this meeting. r send them all home speaking praisesfor June 5, and it is believed that the sen-
ing through mine belt which Rus- day, and he leaves his entire estate in t
a Well known advocates of peace will April 20.-A new and the city would be worth a large ate will not put themselves to record '
sian ships had succeeded in laying address the three day convention, trust to his widow and daughter, Mrs.I. positive attitude toward the affairs in effort. in the matter.

across the entrance to the Bosphoruswhile commencing April 29, among them R. Kirkwood, during their life, the :Mexico probably will be announcedby Favor Taxation Public Utilities
the Turkish fleet was cruisingin Arthur D. Call and Dr. J. J. Hall, two to be trustees. After the deathof the administration within two BASEBALL RESULTS The house committee on railroadsand

the Black' sea. national officials; Judge Charles B. both, the presidents Missouri, weeks upon reports to be made here telegraph tonight reported favor-
The explosions caused by the destruction Parkhill, of Tampa, and Dr. W. F. Kansas, and Oklahoma universitiesare personally by Duval West, the presi- National League able a bill to assess all franchises of
of the two Turkish boats
Blackman, of Rollins College.The to become trustees, and sell all dent's special emissary to Mexico. New York 2, Philadelphia 5. public utilities and common carriersin
to the remainder of the
gave warning San Juan hotel will be regarded the property and purchase art treas- Secretary Bryan said today that Boston 4, Brooklyn 3. the state for taxation, while the
fleet which, the dispatch ,
says as headquarters.State ures to be kept in Kansas City. Mrs. West is now conferring with General' Cincinnati 2, St. Louis 0. senate committee on finance and tax-
obliged to remain in the Black sea be-
mine availa- ( papers please copy.) Nelson and Mrs. Kirkwood will con- Zapata, who is in control at Mexico Chicago 3, Pittsburg 8. ation heard the argument against the
cause no were
ble. sweepers tinue the publication of the Star. The City. This is the first time this gov- Federal League bill taxing franchises of railroads and
ODD FELLOWS IN SESSIONThe estate is estimated at $6,000,000. ernment has treated officially with Buffalo 6, Brooklyn 2. street railways, and deferred action.
7 Zapata. Pittsburg 4, Kansas City 3. Tampa Commission Charter Held Up
STEAMER GOES AGROUND sixtieth annual session of the "TAMPA SPECIAL" TRAIN TO BE The purpose of the administration, St. Louis 8, Chicago 5. The commisison charter bill for

Grand Lodge of Florida, IndependentOrder DISCONTINUED:: as gathered from the officials today, American League Tampa was held' up tonight on account -
Mobile, Ala.-The steamer Isabella, of Odd Fellows, and the annual is to deal with Carranza as the sole Philadelphia 6, New York 2. of the absence of Representative -
of the Porto Rican Steamship Line, meeting of the Florida Rebekah As- Tampa. "Tampa Special," a fast I military power in Mexico. Washington 2, Boston 5. Wilder of Hillsborough county,
from New York with'a general cargo, sembly were formally opened in through train operated by the Atlantic This purpose has become stronger Detroit 6, Chicago 3. who opposed the measure, over the
went aground early today while com- Gainesville Monday. Coast Line between Tampa and because the administration now be- St. Louis 0, Cleveland 9. protest of Martin, also of Hillsbor
ing up the harbor, It was necessaryto Presiding over Monday's meetingwas Jacksonville, will be withdrawn Sun- lieves that Villa has been beaten and Southern League ough, who is seeking favorable actionon
unload her cargo on barges todayin Grand Patriarch John T. Dale, of day, was the announcement made byJ. that it will be only a matter of a few Little Rock Memphis 3. the charter bill.
order to float her. The vessel Orlando, and the following officers G. Kirkland, division passenger weeks until Obregon, Carranza's mil- Mobile 7, Atlanta 2.
grounded during a dense fog. were elected: agent, yesterday. The train has been itary lieutenant, will capture the New Orleans 9, Birmingham 6. SELF HAS BEEF THAT WEIGHED j

Grand patriarch, John H. Ek, of leaving Tampa at 12:45, arriving in Mexican capital. Chattanooga 9, Nashville 6. 1,2.30; ON HOOF AND 717
INSPECT NAVY YARDS Jacksonville; grand high priest, J. H. Jacksonville at 7:30. I The agency of Villa at Washingtondenied South Atlantic League POUNDS WHENDRESSED

Shirah, of Tampa; grand senior war- According to the announcement the again today that he had aban- Columbia 2, Savannah 0.
Washington, D. C.-Representative den, W. P. Pillons, of Lakeland; grand last "Tampa Special" southbound will doned Irapuato, and asserts he has Charleston 3, Augusta 1. -
I Stephens, of California, a member of junior warden, M. I. Zellar, of Orlando arrive here Friday at 4 o'clock and gained victories at Friegel, near Tam- Columbus 10, Jacksonville 2. II. M. Self will hereafter swear
the house committee on naval affairs, ; grand marshal, W. T. Hullinger, the last train north bound will leave pico.The Albany 8, Macon 7. that Florida is the greatest beef producing ;
will leave about I
June 1 tour of
on of Brandentown; grand treasurer, C. here at 12:45 Saturday. i Vililstas claim great success in state in the country. Whenone j
inspection of navy yards at Philadel- D. Rinehart, of Jacksonville, reelected Train No. 80, which has been leav- northeastern Mexico. The state department "THE NEW MINISTER" WAS WITNESSED is in doubt about cattle, size,
New York Boston Honolulu .
phia, ,
and Pacific and Gulf ; grand scribe, S. C. McConnell, of nig Tampa at 10:30, will, beginning gave out news from Vera BY IMMENSE weight, etc., ask Mr. Self and he will
ports. Tampa, re-elected; grand representative Sunday, leave here at 12 o'clock noon. :I Cruz that Obregon personally is still AUDIENCE"The tell you about the largest beef he ever

GERMAN SUBMARINE COMMANDERS John W. Blanding, of Gaines- It will arrive at Plant City at 12:33p. at Celaya, "but his forces are much New Minister," as presentedlast butchered, heard of or saw in Florida.
VERY POLITE ville; grand sentinel, G. Lambrecht, m., and will get to Lakeland at farther north in pursuit of the retreating night at the opera house by the Recently he butchered a beef that
of Pensacola' ; grand outer sentinel, J. 12:53, will arrive at Kissimmee at enemy." Epworth League of the Methodist weighed 1,250 pounds on the hoof and

London. With few II. Haskins, of Miami. 2:13 p. m., at Orlando at 2:43, at San- church, drew an immense audience. 717 pounds dressed. It came from
a striking exceptions -
the commanders of the Ger- ford at 3:26, and Jacksonville at 7:30p. PRESBYTERIANS GIVE $2,287,076FOR The play was particularly good and near Ocala. Portions of it may be
SPAIN IS URGED TO JOIN WITH m. This schedule will be only for- I FOREIGN MISSIONSNew the skit bubbled and seethed with: absorbing secured at his up to date and strictly
man sea raiders are treating the victims -
ALLIES ty-five minutes slower than the one interest. There was never a sanitary meat shop on Pine street.
of their raids with excessive
t courtesy and even generosity. maintained by the "Tampa Special." I York, April .-Total receipts dull moment and everybody laughed, One bite from a juicy steak or roast
Madrid, Spain.-"Silence at presentis Falling off in local travel due to the of $2.287,076 for the fiscal year ending they had to, it couldn't be helped. The will convince you that Florida has a
). SCIENTISTS MEET a crime, for if we wait until the general depression suffered by the March 31, 1915: are shown in the proceeds of the entertainment will go great future for the production of
moment of victory to show our sym- railroads, is the reason assigned by I statement of the board of foreign mis- to the young people of the Epworth cattle.
'Vashin ton.-The National Acad- pathies for the victor, it is probablewe the Coast Line for withdrawing the sions of the Presbyterian church in League and a part of the money will
emy of Sciences met here today in shall be too late," declared Count fast trani. the United States of America issued be used towards missions. FOOD SHORT IN HUNGARY 1 j
annual session with savants from all Alvaro De Romanones, former pre- today. This amount exceeded the receipts The musical numbers were xcellent. a;,

parts of the United States in attend- mier of Spain, speaking yesterday toa JAPS ESTABLISHING NO NAVAL of any other year in the board's The selections rendered by the Sun- Ancona, Italy, April 18, via Paris.
ance. The sessions will continue large audience at Palma, capital of BASE IN MEXICO, SAYS I history with the exception of the year day school orchestra under the direc- -Information received here from i
through Wednesday.T. the Balearic Isles. He pointed out OFFICER ( 1911-12, the statement says. An increase tion of A. A. Patch were splendid.The Fiume (the chief seaport of Hungary 1
that Spain's foreign policy since the of $115,816 for the fiscal year entire cast was "great," each and ) is to the effect that the food '

P. A. OF L. & N. HERE Cartagena agreement in 1907 had Washington.-Any doubt that may ending March 31, 1914, is shown. every part being well taken. Mr. shortage there is assuming serious "'f
been more and more favorable to the have existed in the minds of adminis- I These receipts have enabled the Kendrick Guernsey, as the new minister proportions, especially the lack of "

Mr. H. C. Bretney, Florida passenger triple entente. tration officials as to the purpose of board to pay in full all obligations Miss Eliza Wright as the new bread. While the bread which is sup-
agent of the Louisville & Nashville "The present hours are so grave Japanese operations on Turtle Bay, assumed for the year 1914-15, and to school teacher; Mr. Frank Smith, as plied costs sixteen cents a kilo (2 1-4 I
railroad, with headquarters in and important," said the former pre- Lower California, it was believed here I close the year with a surplus of $30- the sexton, and the "music commit- pounds, its chief ingredients are po- '.
Jacksonville, spent yesterday in Or- mier, "that it is necessary for Spainto today, had been set at rest by the report 000 applicable on an old deficit of tee" composed of Worthington Blackman tatoes, barley and ground straw with !
lando looking after the interests of make a solemn declaration. Without of Commander Noble Irwin, of $292,000, on which the board has received H. Voorhis and Paul Hutchins, a very little wheat. ;
his road.T. violating our neutrality we must the cruiser New Orleans, that there in addition $160,000, given spe- were particularly good. The entire
say who among the belligerents we were no indications of any activity cifically for the reduction of the defi- cast performed like a high class com I YUKON BREAKING UP
P. A. OF C. S. S. LINE HERE consider our friends." except salvage work on the stranded cit. Of the receipts noted the six wo pany from Broadway.The !
Count Romanones' address was enthusiastically cruiser Asama. men's boards contributed 593817. play was staged by Miss Anna Dawson, Yukon Territory.-The Yukon 1
Mr. L. D. Baker, traveling passen- cheered. The Asama has been aground in Echols who will entertain the entire river ice is breaking up the ear-
ger agent of the Clyde SteamshipLine I Turtle Bay since December and reports THE WEATHER cast of forty members at her home liest in its history. The river was !
with headquarters in Jackson- Have a copy of McClure's in its had said that the presence of next Tuesday evening. Miss Jessie open today from White Horse, the !
ville, spent yesterday in Orlando in (new dress and new price, ten cents. warships was being used as a cloak Florida: Generally fair Wednesdayand Pedrick's piano accompaniment was head of navigation, to Lake Labarge, ,;
the interest of his line. I, Curtis & O'Neal. for establishing a permanen tbase. Thursday. worthy of mention. sixteen days earlier than last year i.


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r represent Florida against the other TO ARRIVE IN ORLANDO AT 7 WAR GAME IN TEXAS
COLLEGES HAVE BIG GERMANS ALTER PLANS 'a general offensive movement on the
states of the South proved himselfone O'CLOCK JUNE 15
I French front and has decided simply
worthy of such honor with an Texas City, April 19.-Ten thou- Rome April 18, via Paris.-Official :|to maintain the defensive.
MEETING AT WIN- oration of concise and telling argu- The druggists of the state have already sand United States troops belonging communications received by the Italian I i This information has caused a deep
ment, well expressed and well delivered outlined their
to the second division
pa- I started an ex- cabinet and statements made by impression here because it is believed
and it is certain that in the rade from various I
con- points of Floridato tensive
war game here today. Many Germans in official circles have given to signify that Germany has on hope
TER PARKThe test before him he will reflect crediton this city and thence
to Atlantic visitors 1
are coming long distances to I
the impression here that the German of penetrating further into F{nch
the state and institution from Beach, where the
State Phar- see the maneuvers, which simulate general staff has abandoned plans for [territory. *
which he comes. maceutical Association holds its I
annual convention of the Flor- an- closely conditions of conflict. .
ida State Intercollegiate Prohibition The judges of the contest were Mr. nual meeting June 16, 17 and 18. Motor car parties will tour the coun-
Association was held at Rollins College C. P. Dow, of Orlando; Mrs. Mabel The plan of the automobile parade, try roads in the hope of getting a 1-
on Friday April 16. Three ses- Stevens, of St. Petersburg; Mrs. D. which has been outlined for the drug-" glimpse of sham engagements.All .
sions were held the first at 10:30 in M. Topliff, of Orlando; Clarence E. gists who take part from different arms of the service-infantry,
the morning being the annual busi- Wood of Eustis; Prof. R. A. Van parts of the state, is inclosed in the cavalry artillery and hospital corps- .
ness meeting of the organization. H. Brunt of Palatka, and Prof. George letter received yesterday by the cham- will be represented. The division has Cow Peas
Blaine Peacock of Setson University Marks of Daytona. While the judgeswere I ber of commerce, says the Times- I been subdivided into two armies. The
president of the association presided weighing the evidence and pre- Union. It is as follows: commander of'each side will know of
paring their verdict, the Rollins Glee For South Florida-Druggists from the movements of the "enemy" onlyas
and opened the meeting with an eloquent Velvet
and inspiring address. The reports -, Club quartet sang a number of the Sarasota, Bradentown Manatee Palmetto he learns of them through his Beans
of the secretary and treasurerwere favorite selections which have won Port Tampa Tarpon Springs, scouts. Umpires have been appointed -
read and approved and the following -:them so many admirers among music Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Brooks- who will report the game fully to
officers were. elected for the lovers of the college and neighbor ville, and Dade City will leave Tampa i Washington.Full Kaffir Corn
hood. Monday at 9:30 a. m., going via Plant field equipment of rations,
coming year: President H. Blaine I
Peacock of Stetson University; vice- I j' This convention brings to a close a City and Lakeland, to Bartow, where arms and ammunition will be carried !
president Ira McAlpin University of year of work on the part of the Flor- they will stop for lunch. It is expected by the troops. Battles will be fought, Ambler Sorghum .
Florida; secretary Miss Clella Avery ,,:ida Intercollegiate Association and that the druggists from Fort My- towns and villages attacked and defended -
ers, Arcadia, Bowling Green Wauchula trenches dug, and forced
of Rollins College; treasurer, Angus inaugurates another full of promise,
I'I and Fort Meade will join the marches made. It is
under partyat
Sumner, of Southern College; reporter begun most auspicious circum- great Natal Grass
Bartow from which point they will and will
Walter G. Walker of Stetson Uni stances. The Intercollegiate Prohibition speed activity be shown by
versity. II Association, a national organization proceed to Winter Haven Haines the units involved and that valuable
City, Loughman and Kissimmee, 'I lessons will be learned.
At the afternoon session in the auditorium of which the Florida association ar- A large area
I! riving at Orlando about 7 o'clock, will be covered. The TeosinteAll
Mrs. Mabel Stevens, of St. is a part is the most extensive and game will last
Petersburg gave an address to a widely active college organization ofa where they will be joined by a party twelve days terminating April 30.
from the East Coast, and proceed to
civic character in
large and appreciative audience.Irs.. America having
Stevens who brought the message of reached during the past year 256 col- St. Augstine, thence to Jacksonville COMMISSION IN NORDICA WILL
the state Women's Christian Tem- leges and universities, in 230 of whichit over the splendid new Dixie highway.
perance Union! spoke forcefully of has active local branches with a Sydney N. S. .-Charles Hart- Kinds Garden and Farm Seed
the progress of the prohibition movement total enrollment of 6,500 members.It WEALTHY BUCKEYES THROUGH lett hte American vice consul at Melbourne -
and appealed strongly to those has left a direct and indelible markon ORLANDO has left for Thursday Islandas Fresh Seed and Right Prices
who heard her to throw their influ- over half of the leading universities a special commissioner for the
ence into the effort to banish alcohol and colleges of the country. Mr. H. H. Gibbs and family and a surrogate's court of the city of New
from the people. I The purpose of the Association is to party of wealthy Ohioans. who have York to examine witnesse in the con-
At 8:15 in the evening, a large audience grip the men who are to become the been spending the season at Winter test over the will of the late Madame J
gathered in the spacious audi- leaders in our national life-the col- Haven will pass through Orlando this Lillian Nordica. Madame Nordica
torium to listen to the contestants in lege and university men and women morning in their private car for Sanford drew up aw ill at Thursday Island in City Drug* StoreJ.
the state oratorical contest held each from among whom come so many of where they will take the Clyde 1914. She died at Batavia Java, May I
year under the auspices of the association those who make and mold our civic Line steamer, Osceola, for a trip down 14 of that year. The will is being
to determine the young man and social affairs-and to win them I the St. Johns river to Jacksonville. contested by Mme. Nordica's husband, / L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
or woman who shall represent Floridain for active leadership in the movementfor Leaving there over the Atlantic CoastLine George W. Young.
the Southern contest, and perhapsin the overthrow of the greatest I they will go direct to their I
the National contest later. Four menace to national progress and wel- homes. in Akron. Get the news in the Sentinel first. 'I
entries were on the program repre- fare. To this end it influences a vast .. .
senting four of the institutions of the number of those in the institutionswho
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state and the high standard of the are not actively enrolled in the ,
various performances was exceedingly work. Indeed most of the college
creditable to the ability and train- and university men are touched by
ing of the young men, and the deuca- its work. The able anti-liquor speakers j
tional atmosphere in which they must procured each year the courses I 3A
have acquired their training. In fact, of liquor problem lectures, the great
the orations were so uniformly admir- series of oratorical contests, the debates -
able from every standpoint that it discussions open meetings the
was only after long deliberation and systematic courses of instruction in-
careful' consideration of every detail troduced, the books placed in the libraries -
that the judges wer able to reach a the steady and active educa- It came to pass several weeks ago that the Florida Citrus Exchange

decision.tory of this Probably state has never an in oratorical the his- most tional of work all the of intense the organization personal work and controlled the major portion of the fruit remaining in the State-for the

contest between college young men among the students, and the stirring first time in the history of the organization.
produced material so excellent; any appeals of the workers in private and 1
one of the young men deserved to win public talks, has brought before the
in a contest of ordinary caliber. student body of the United States Almost immediately prices became good and they have been main-

The contestants and their subjects with unparalleled vigor ,the problem tained since at a satisfactory level. The lesson is obvious and justifies the
given in the order in which they were ment has the success it deserves there
finally ranked by the judges were as will be no need for its further ser- faith of the founders of the Exchange that just what has happened would

follows: G. B. Knowles, of the University vices a few years from now. take place whenever the Exchange had the marketing of more than half
of Florida, 'The Saloon Evil a The next annual meeting of the of the fruit.
National Problem;" Walter G. Walker State Association will be held at the
of Stetson, "America, the Hope of University of Florida. Meantime, extension -
the World;" Donald M. Marvin of work will be carried in the
Rollins College "The World View- schools and colleges that have on no act- The Florida Citrus Exchange can ccntinue to get good prices for the

point on Prohibition;; Rodney C. Wilson ive organizations, and the coming growers so long as they let it handle the greater portion of the crop. ,

the of Southern American College"An Citizens."Appealto Mr. year results is gratifying confidently indeed expected to to all show theo Therefore, it asks that they entrust it with the marketing of sixty per centor

Knowles; who thus wins the right friends of this great movement. more of the citrus fruit produced in the State for the coming season that .

it may keep on doing this.

It is the plan of the Exchange to carry on even more aggressively its

j splendid advertising to increa: consumer demand for Florida oranges and

HAPPYLANDWe grapefruit. This season it has opened up many markets in which Florida

fruit never before was sold. By still further extending this line of effort,

: live but once. Let us partake of earth's good the Exchange proposes to sell a much larger proportion of the fruit out-

things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun- side of auctions.

try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims life is happy land for him ,

who buys his smokes of the Growers now can join the Exchange with the privilege of having the

local Associations sell their fruit in carload lots at the packing house to

Good and Bad Cigar StoresOUR buyers whenever these offer satisfactory prices. Any grower may termi-

nate his contract with the Exchange at the end of shipping season. Won't

you join under these conditions? If so, fill out and sign this blank, mailingit

to the general office in Tampa.
Date. ___________--_______-----___________-

t .' Small Prolits and Quick Returns Tampa, Florida "

:E Here is where you pay for the service you get and no I will join the Exchange for the season of 1915-1916 on the terms set forth above.
more. In these times you should pay for no service you

don't get. Investigate our plan.
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trees in grapefruit _____________ -____________ -- _------------_ I
Show Your Colors

Number of Acres of bearing Shipping Station_____________________

We have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS" consisting of a L trees in tangerines _____________ -------------___________________________ I
flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A .

big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand

some sets on your home.





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AI1iEUROPE "And such sad, sad faces! These We' made or collected at least fifteen

women, children, and old men have '
hundred garments for men, women,
been separated from husbands, fath-
OF GREAT INTEREST and children in this Belgian depart- : :
ers, sons, or brothers who, being of
in northern ment alone and aded our mite to the : flollarDayBargains
military age, are kept .
though to a big task of fititng out this once j
Orlando April 18, 1915. France. They are going :
We were in Lausanne Switzerland part of their own country, yet still clothesless horde. I
The situation and "The ready cash in my hands was. : .
last -ummer when war was declared among strangers.
of those for the individual and personal cases )I:
merru>ers of Archdeacon Nies's con- possible changing experience
gregation and of his Woman's Guild, left behind, they do not know and will many times a blessing. Though con- I I

which was organized immediately after not for no one knows how long. They crete cases would be intersetinjr. : t At The Big Store I
. of them too delicate to discuss
the mobilization of the Swiss know only poverty, uncertainty, and many are mothers of- f
troops for the protection of their separation."The -expectant cases
frontier. A letter which :Mr. Nies train stayed about ten min- confinement, etc.-and the majoritydealt

has recently sent to the Living utes-enough for an expression of with were a class to whom pov-
Grand Continuation of Our Great Dollar Sale
and embarrassment Bargain
Church from Lausanne is therefore of warm good will and sympathy on the erty were a new
special interest to us, and I think the part of the station throng together thing. Very many cases were there

following extracts. may be of interest with showers of fruit, chocolate and requiring limited money asistance WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAYand
help with colthing, etc., and not all
. also to your readers. They give an bundles of clothing through the win- ,
idea of what a faithful little band of dows, and then it drew out for Geneva. Belgians, for the families of internedmen .
here in numbers with their
women with a will may accomplish in After the train left, the silenceof are
helping to relieve this awful distress; the throng of thousands could almost incomes cut off. SATURDAY

and\also give a picture of that distress be felt and there was scarcely a "If some good women guilds would ,
send me layettes I could use about -
\ which we can scarcely realize single one who was not weeping."To .
. from the ordinary newspaper reports help inthis emergency the women two hundred in a short time-about Every great value ol the past three days will be on sale and Hundreds of New
fifty here, and the rest for Evacues.
which reach us in our comfortable of will be placed on sale.
my guild are gathering a new Special Bargains
homes. .. Some of these mothers would not then .
lot of worn clothing and have con
have to wrap babies in newspapers.My .
Notwithstanding the many demands tributed a considerable sum of their
-should we not say rather, oppor- own money for material to be madeup. guild could have given away ten I LAWNS in white and fancy, regu- CHILDREN'S .DRESSES, splendid I
tunities!already responded to, I The Living Church Fund will be in one car. Boxes of undergarmentsfor ular 121/2C. and 15c. values, 10 yds $1.00 line to choose from, $1.25 quality $1.00
both sexes, for old and young '
feel that here must be many in Or- used to furnish as much more as can would be useful." CAMBRIC: fine soft finish, yard wide LADIES DRAWERS, made of a good

lando who will gladly respond once be worked up till the situation is met. 12 /2c. quality, 12 yards for ______$1.00 quality muslin, 25c. quality, 5 for $1.00
more to an appeal like this. I have Of course we are not trying to do it
MUSLIN bleached free from dress- LADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of
already collected a small amount of all; we can only expect ot help in ,
Under New Management 14 Gingham and Percales, $1.25 quality -
I ing, yard wide, lOc. quality, yds
mony and will gladly forward with-any ., meeting these strange and, awful for ___________________________$1.00 for ________________________$1.00
sums, however small sent to me problems."In .
in the next week.MABEL. the matter of the Belgians I Smyth House BROWN MUSLIN, full yard wide, 7c .. LADIES KIMONAS: good styles,

T. PLAISTED, have concentrated the most of the quality, 20 yards for ___________1.00 $1.25 quality for _______________$1.00

508 East Central Ave. help at my disposal on two things: Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. One lot of Lawns, Voiles, Madras LADIES WHITE SKIRTS, good qual-

Extracts From Mr. Nies's Letter rent and food for mothers with large One Block from Court House and Batiste, in whites, slightly ity, regular $1.25 grade for ______$1.00

"In spite of the small number of or fairly large families. These required soiled, worth 30c., 35c., and 50c. BUNGALOW APRONS, 60c. quality -
Americans left in Lausanne, we still apartments so that they would BOARD Special, 6 yards for ____________$1.00 special, 2 for ________________$1.00
have a splendid women's guild, num- not have to be separated and scat-
tered. The second difficult item was Rates by Day or Week. Summer SHEETS, a good quality, 72x90, regular BOYS PANTS, $1.25 and $1.50 quality -

bering about forty-nine-thanks to Rates Now On. 50c. quality, 3 for __________$1.00 special for _________________$1.00
the co-operatnn cf English, Germans?, the securing of underclothing. Of I
A Austrians and French-who together course our guild work for the Belgian' MRS. J. II. McCAMY SHEETS, a good heavy weight, full BOYS WASH SUITS, 50 different

succeed in getting a remarkable refugees was not confined to under-I size, 65c. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 and $1.50 quality for $1.00

amount of work done for the sufferers PILLOW CASES, a good heavy BOYS SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, 75c

of the wai, irrespective of nation- grade size, 42x36, 15c. quality, 10 quality, 2 for __________________$1.00
ality. Pry statistics do not teU much, for ___________________________$1.00
but as far as they do-the guild has BOYS BATHING SUITS, 75c. quality -

4 sent off over five thousand garments PILLOW CASES, 42x36 and 45x36 2 for ______________________$1.00
made of good heavy muslin scal-
(mostly wool and flannelette) and a
: loped, regular 25c. quality, 6 for __$1.00 ,
woolen sn.k!'!. Ar for linen bands}es quality for ____________________$1.00
we roll tlr m by machine and have BEDSPREADS, large size, good
practically' stopped counting their A weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SHOES for Misses and Children,

box of varying size goes off about Mr. Business Man, I will TABLE LINEN, bleached, 60 inches sizes 81to. 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00

every week to the smaller hospitalsfor offer for sub- wide, 39c. quality, 4 yards for ____$1.00 BAREFOOT SANDALES in Tan for .
wounded that make application. ten days to Misses and Children, sizes 8i/ to 2

We are now working hard collecting TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for ___________________________$1.00
divide the
worn garments and making property cor- wide, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality -

undergarments for the Evacues from Avenue Jack 2 yards for _________________$1.00 LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS,
ner Orange odd lot, worth up to $4.00, special$1.00
bleached 2
northern France Last week the TABLE yards
convoys of Frandes blesses (heavily son and Boone streets in wide, pure Irish Lineh, 1.25 quality DINING ROOM CHAIRS, solid oak,

wounded) and the Evacues began for -_______________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
passing through Lausanne, stoppinga parcels to suit purchaser.Look LADIES HOSE, black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS, 16 and 18 inch

while. Of the heavily wounded, the the matter over. 50c. quality, 3 pairs for ________1.00 regular $1.50 quality for ________$1.00

trains of Germans out of France arrive LADIES SILK GLOVES, 16 button, SUIT CASES, 24 inch regular, $1.50

at midnight and the French black and white, $1.50 quality_ $1.00 quality, special for _____________$1.00
wounded out of Germany at 2:30 a. m.
I went down to one of the trains of RIBBONS, beautiful line in plain and CURTAIN SCRIM, white and ecru

the French wounded. Any one who C. A. HOVEY fancy, worth up to 45c, 5 yards for $1.00 25c. and 29c. quality, 5 yards for_$1.00

has once seen such an arrival will MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, odd lot, 1.50 RUGS, Crex and Wool Fibre, size 36x

never again be able to shake off the quality special for ______________$1.00 72, $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00
rememberance of it. Here is one case WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quality -

among the many. A strongly built, special for _________________$1.00MEN'S FANCY ART CHINA beautifully
well made young fellow, with a pow- -- decorated, worth $1.50 to $2.50
erful neck and shoulders and well FOUR IN HAND TIES, odd your choice ____________________$1.00
a ________
lot, 50c. quality, 3 for ___ $1.00
poised, well formed head, had neither I ALUMINUM KETTLE, 4 quart size,
one regu-
legs, nor arms, nor eyes! A station $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
i lar $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00
official, a lover of the French like all TUMBLERS
Swiss Romands, had entered the train The Orlando Meat MarketT. LADIES GINGHAM APRONS, 25c. 2 DOZEN thin LEADED and dainty GLASS for _____$1.00
full of enthusiasm and with presentsof quality, 5 for __________________$1.00 ,
tobacco and chocolate. He paused LADIES GOWNS, 75c. quality, spec- JAPANESE BASKETS, beautifulline

before the legless, armless, blind sol- A. YANCY, Manager! ial, 2 for ______________________$1.00 worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00
dier, looked at him spellbound for a \'
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
moment, and then turned away shaken -

with weeping. He left the train Florida and Western Meats DOLLAR DAY IN GROCERY DEFT.LOT i
and has passed through no other. A

great crowd was at the station to wel- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. NO. 1 LOT NO. 3

come the train singing patriotic songs 3 Cans V. C. Cream large, value _____30c 3 cans Tomatoes -__________________30c
and showering the wounded with pres- Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town0rder 2 cans Tomatoes, value ____________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder _____________35c

ents of cigarettes, tobacco fruit,choc- 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot. Blue Ketchup -_______________25c
olate, etc., when an under officer PHONES { Residence Business (135|133 Cor. Orange P.O.Ave.BOX and 226 Church St. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans Best Corn ---------_________40c

among the wounded Frenchmen called 1 bottle B. H. Ketsup, value __________15c 3 Rolls Toilet Paper ________________25c .
out, "Why do you waste your stuff on -
us! In the morning coming through $1.45 $1.55

here from Schafhausen, you will see LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. 4 .
the Evacues:

"He was right. Such misery! Such 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 Ibs Best Lump Starch ________________

wholesale misery! Long trainloads, ORLANDO ROOFINGAND 1 can best California Pears, value ____30c 7 Cakes Lenox Soap __________________

twice daily, of women, children, and a 6 pkg. Jewell! Matches, value ________30c. 3 packages Pearline ___________________

sprinkling of old men. All were of 1 bot. Lemon Extract ______________25c 2 packages Cel Starch _________________

the class who had fled from attacked 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup ________________25c 2 Ivory Soap, small ___________________
points but who had remained in the SHEET METAL CO. 1 Bottle Best Ammonia _______________

possessed regions. The women, children $1.40 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner ______________

and old men are now, for food

reasons probably being evacuated Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
from northern France and sent into i
Germany as internes. From there and Rubber RoofingsCornices
the always charitable Swiss takingup

a new burden, are bringing them Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
over Switzerland into France, where
they will be their and ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR
among own so
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO ,
be better cared for. So many of these

there are that, I am told, it will take
over two months to transport them."I I
have seen squalor and destitu-

tion in many a city and over a periodof I
many years, but no condition like Powers Drama, Ayres, Pawn. I.
Bison Drama, 2 Reels, Francis Ford, Grace
The 1dar1et.OF
that of the
people on these trains. Cunard. "THE ACE OF CLUBS""HE ,
The day on which this first train arrived L-Ko-Comedy t t
was biting cold. There was a "A CHANGE IN LOVERS"
naked infant, scarcely two weeks old, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE I

whose poor mother was trying to pro- FRESH AND SALT MEATS ; Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. Admission Nights oc. and lOco J |
tect it its little
by wrapping
body in
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I
a newspaper. Over her own bare
shoulders in place of clothing she Everything screened away from the flies, and kept frcKb

had wrapped several thicknesses of and pore. I i
newspapers in the form of a cloak. We Invite inspection and guarantee IWtl fartlon. We have I IOrlando's
There wer children of all ages and everything the Meat Line. ore uc .

both sexes in rags, and some almost

without covering, except for newspa- a- :UXdL" Self & Co. 11 i
Did It.
pers; and practically all, old and Largest Store. ;"Quality f

young, were in a condition of destitution PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET ff

squalor, and rags such as can .'aIIIIIIIIIL..I..I.II..J..I..1.'a __. "I
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South Florida Sentinel MAKE ORLANDO ( W. S. Branch)
DEPENDENT. Some men spend so much time
" MORNING AND WEEKlY Orlando bids fair to become a city trimming; the front lawn and caring

. :-GLENN .....................Editor of large proportions in the next ten for a few flowers that they do not FOR SALE !
W' .....
C. ESSINGTOX Bo.intw Mcaarrr
-- -- years. It will grow, it may double in have time to make and care for a
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida population, by 1925 Orlando may bea profitable garden in the back end of
. a* Second Claw Mail Matter. city of 25,000 population; it may the: lot. Other men waste so much I .
have an electric trolley system with time: making garden and cutting the .,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES connections to all sections of the lawn that they do not have time to I

Daily 1 Year ........................ *.5-00 county, also connections with Kissimmee play pool. There are still others who II
Daily. < Months ...................... 2-50 and Sanford. It is well to look spend so much time playing pool that l'p.
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 I
Daily 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. ahead and dream. Dreams have built they do not have time to make a garden I
great cities like New York, Chicagoand or mow the laws.0 Country estate of $ f T 'TrTTTTTT '
...... ...... $l-<> l'N' f
1. Year :.:: ._.:.: .: San Francisco. It is the locationof Ir = vT-T rTr T T
-- IN Orlando that will have tremendous liens 350 7S' T r T f ;
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE a acres, large two = T T r
ADVANCETO amount to do with its future.It Scientists have discovered that the
---- ---- is the logical center of the state. hen is a carrier of typhoid fever -
ADVERTISERSCopy : storydwellinghandsome
Here every industry should center; germs. Now we know why the Jack- !
for display and all other hand-set from Orlando diversified products sonville Metropolis continually car-
advertising mmt be haadeo In at the business from the shop and from the farm ries a line in its editorial column to front, I
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, should be shipped to Florida ports "plant hens."
before publication. This rule applies
to the chaares day for contract advertising: it is and to all cities of the North. It is ---()- $9000.00.Six .
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. essential that Orlando should become "C" in Cake! .ila
elf sustaining. Why rely upon transients Elmer C. Ake is city editor of the
Subscribers should notify desiring the; The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- for capital when thousands of Altoona (Pa.) Mirror. Elmer must

the date of expiration otherwise it will be acres of fertile land lies within a few be the man who put the c in cake. Y
continued at the regular subscription rates, miles of Orlando. And a great portion -()- acre grove, mod- !

Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is...received................... Z4 of it is undeveloped. Here, within All's in a Sign!
a few miles of Orlando, are undeveloped John Cook of the Cook Auto com- ern cottage and out-

- WEDNESDAY APRIL 21, 1915. lands waiting for the plow, pany is a frugal sort of fellow. Inputting
the cultivator the hoe and the agriculturists in the new show window for buildings $4000.00.Call
of the Northland Mrho are the; garage it was necessary to tear ,
Come to Orlando! and learn to cooped upon a few little farms of down part of the brick wall on which
live!! meager acreage. When Orange county the: big sign was painted. John had I
-o reaches its fullest development in the; work stop after all but the last OUR
efficaciousthan agriculture one great element will two; letters of his name had been
is always more
Example have been reached that will make its taken and now he has a good sign
principle. o capital self sustaining, progressive, reading "0 K Automobile Co."

permanent, powerful, and the state's y

show Early their"peaches"color.It are beginning. to true center. o DoctorsBIICkIIIHSIbIl : \%' \%' [ [

is the borrowed o trouble that Everybody, pushing has fighting the habit-the habit-the boosting spirit -- S. G. Dolive <& Son ISE'ING'EEI 1

keeps the world in a bubble. t of conquest-the determination todo (
o for Orlando or perish-it's in the
We can get used to anything. The veins of our citizens. The general OSTEOPATHS Reai Estate and InsuranceORLANDOFLORIDA i

longer a man is married the less he assembly of the Presbyterian church .
seems to mind it. will be asked to meet in Orlando in Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat I tend that it should. If you have a .Sin -

o 1916. Orlando is destined to become Kirksville, Mo. er" or any other make of machine, makeit
No. W. Pine Second Floor
The rule is that if.a woman sees the camping ground for conventions 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples 3 a "Hummer" this week. We'll do our
much of her husband she must do it from all parts of the country. i
before she marries him. o National Bank. Phone 578. part and do it well too in RIGHT prices !

o HOW WE CATCH IT NOW AND ______ _n_ __ --and we'll also refund 10 cents on every

If you place your product in a neat THEN 1 dollar purchase made this week.

can and place it on sale at the gro- -
cer's the women will buy it. He wrote an ode in eulogy In every City or Town ot Importance-

o Of his adored one's dimples; ] wherever a store of the size, character,

A man seldom is funny enough to And now she's mad as she can be, and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrifty -

inspire his wife's laughter. When a Because the typo made it"pimples." community-SEWING WEEK is a distinct -
it is o
woman laughs at her husband
either in scorn or in derision.o One of the surest ways of providing -

against a time of want is to make Aside from the money saving advantages of I
while the shines and is
hay sun now
And yet they say women can not HOME DRESSMAKING which this store cannot
the time
fortify yourself against
fight as men. That old saying is too strongly advocate-we believe the habit of
the anxieties of the high cost of liv-
rude jar-take squint at the I
given election a of president-general for the ing. Promote that backyard gardening setting aside one week-say in each month-is
. idea and wealth and health.It .
reap going to become and generaLIt
r D. A. R. more more
0 o Magnolia AvenueI
t is not the things we have but I developes initiative, resourcefulnessand
' Why not set aside" one day as "War who the: things we hope to get that makes a keener appreciation of good values,

:,.i mentions Prohibition the Day European Every war man shall fort life worth while.LETTERS o have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- which to economical women-TO YOU-

feit fifty cents towards the new Board uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. will become more valuable as time passes.To .
of Trade building. TO THE SENTINEL
This has all who have ever felt that they are,with all
f o place a frontage of 155 feet and contains a

When a burglar wishes to rob a Winter Park, Fla., April 17, 1915. number of bearing fruit trees.I their work and planning not accomplishing as

p house he picks out one on which the As president of the Florida Audubon much as should be accomplished towards replen-

(f porch light is burning. When a bur- Society, I am deeply' interested in will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof ishing the children's and their own wardrobes,
glar sees a porch light running after
t midnight, he knows the woman of the the; protection of our bird life; but I feet off south end. SEWING WEEK OFFERS UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES -

F house is there alone. am also the owner, of a live stock
i 0t ranch containing 4,000 acres and The house is in good, condition and is arranged into

t The "baseball results yesterday" many hundreds of sheep and hogs. I light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income The joy of making something useful-and the sat-

f can cause more palpitation of the have no doubt that the buzzard occa- of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I isfaction which comes with knowing that spare
heart in one minute than all the battles moments are being used to good purpose-will be
maims kills lambs and
l in Europe in one month. People sionally or bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT YOURS the minute you enter the spirit of SEW-
l like clean war, they are getting tired pigs, and it is likely (though hardly
ING WEEK and turn it to practical account.
F of the mechanical destruction of thou- proven) that it in rare instances BARGAIN.

; sands of lives in distorted Europe. 'spreads hog cholera; but I believe Cash or terms. TO FACILITATE your efforts along
2 0f '
that it does more good than harm, on these lines, we will arrange suggestive

f RABID RUDOLPH the whole, and I certainly do not be- Sewing Week Displays in the windows and

f :SAYS If the: enemy attacked us in the lieve that the case against it is suffi- throughout the store, demonstrating the

t rear-I'd be the first to go to the ceintly clear as yet to warrant our made garment and also giving the actual

-front. legislature in turning loose in the costs, that we are sure you will appreciate.
has stolen first base
Nobody ever
fields a multitude of gunners, men There Will Be
on Bill Sweeney's good right whip. Special OfferingsIn
II! and boys, white and black, who will S. Y. WAY '
Silks, Dress and Wash Goods, special offer-
doubtless shoot other species of
THE SPIRIT many ings in Linings, Embroideries, Laces, Trimmings
THAT COUNTS.The birds besides the buzzard, and who and Notions. e

Board of Trade has only start- will collect a considerable amount of
Insurance and Real Estate
ed. It can transform Orlando ev- money from the taxpayers without Agent SPECIAL SALES
erybody works, if there is no jar, if
harmony is not disrupted. A thou- rendering any service of demonstrated In Dress Lawns, Muslins' Domestics and all

sand times better that every Boardof utility. PHONE 172 kindred lines.
Trade member should arise in a Before the delicate'! and wonderful
meeting and have his words than to COME: FOR SUGGESTIONSIF
balance of nature is disturbed in this
harbor ill feelings in secret. The
Board of Trade held a meeting Monday way, ought we not to be absolutelysure YOU are in doubt as to what you

night, fifty men were present, ev- that we are doing the right want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN

erything worked like a perfect motor, thing? MAKE TO BEST ADVANTAGE,

there was no discord. The meetingwas I not ask to influence The Pictorial Review Patterns
notable for its unity and har- May you use your ,

mony. That is the spirit that counts. against this proposed bill, the recognized Standard all over the
Unity of thought and feeling makes which is probably unwise and certainly -
cities. Orlando is in the making. A of doubtful value? States--can help you.
naturalized American citizen who AS A STILL further inducement to get YOU
came to the United States a few years Cordially yours,
interested in this BIG plan we will return to you
W. F.
ago and is now living in Orlando
yesterday in somewhat broken Eng- for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on

lish that the Board of Trade is "goingto TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR every dollar. This is in addition to the special
be the making of Orlando-300 the
prices prevelant throughout store during the
weeks-we know
members in three
the secret for this future-it is SALE-Two good milk cows; week.
prices reasonable. See J. C. John-
Board of do
can any-
Formosa. 4-21-Gt
thing they want to." By a systematic DAY BY DAY SPECIALS

campaign the Board of Trade can WOULD SELL half
interest in Southern -
""Wunderhose" 3 and
make Orlando a by-word in every ,
Hotel! or lease to right .
; party.D.
community in the United States and F. Morrow, Rutherfordton, N. C. 4 pairs to a box, regular $1.00 box,

bring to this city untold capital, 4-21-lt Sewing week-_____________________69c
wealth, power and prestige.

o FOR RENew furnished house, Snaps, black and white, regular lOc.

-BASIC PRINCIPLES"OF complete for housekeeping; or two dozen, Sewing week, 3 dozen for ____lOc .
BUSINESS. or three rooms all conveniences; rent
Almost everybody likes to take 9 reasonable. 211 East Jackson street, COLLAR SUPPORTS f

not shot at the corporations. ItV near :Methodist: church. 4-21-3t Regular lOc. card, Sewing Week, 2 for__5c
either a railroad an oil company a
FOR RENT Three furnished housekeeping :MADRAS SHIRTINGSExtra
shoe factory or a chewing gum cor -
poration. The public generally does rooms, including kitchen; 1 1I fine quality, colored stripe
not realize that a corporation after fine location near Lake Ecla; fifteen effects on white grounds, over 50
all is founded on the basic principlesof dollars per month. One room five
patterns, Sewing Week, yard ____23c:
a small grocery store. It has the dollars per month. 403 East Pine ----

right to retrench i if. business_ does not street. 4-21-3t I = :Many worth double. .See window displayWE
warrant an expenditure of money; it .a7 erra_ = p
has the right to cut down its operating i WANTED}' May 1st, clerical posi- \ r y ARE LOOKING FOR YOU !

expenses jult as a merchant dis tion by a young married man, with u1J
charges an employe. In the retrench- three years experience in railroad office -
ment policy the public is always and have a good knowledge of
pinched, for the public relies to a bookkeeping. Can furnish a refer- Improve Q0.t ; =rYouh )
more or less extent upon corporations. ence. Am a hustler. G. P. Lovell, '
And now that the A. C. L. is aboutto care A. C. L. Depot Ticket Office, Or- '
discontinue another train it will be lando. 4-21-3t Complexion.TO .
well for the public to think of the DICKSON YES CO.
"basic principles. There will still be NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
three trains daily between Tampa and PARDON THE LADIES

Jacksonville. When business reachesits Miss Mae Morrison, a noted beauty specialist will be
normal stride airain the A. C. L. Notice is hereby given that Louis
at store all this week.
will be only too willing to put trains Kilgore, who was at the Novemberterm my
back on the schedule. A traveling of Criminal Court of Record, Appointments 'made in your. own home by phone.A DEPARTMENT[ STORE

public means money to a railroad I Orange County, Florida, 1914, convicted few free facial massages and personal advice will ..
I Ill
company, and the A. C. L. would nevI of the offense of carnal inter- be given by Miss Morrison. I

er make remove money.a train If the were European it possible war to course 18 years with of age unmarried, and on female the 15th under of Don't fail to take advantage of this much talked of ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ends before winter sets in, and the November, 1914, sentenced by said beauty specialist. The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
court, will apply to the Board of Par-
Northern farmers get top notch prices
.. dons at Tallahassee, Florida for tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise
for their fall grain, there will be an a :MERCK'STHE PHARMACY:
influx of money to Florida and Or- pardon of such conviction at its next at right prices -
lando that will resemble the days of regular meeting.
the flood, and everybody will have to I LOUIS KILGORE. I I
swim to shore. I 4-21-10tc Phone 68. Quick Delivery 1

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r----oo Snrirtj! Mr.HAS Fred'Genung' of !i 1 i I I

GRANDTODAY Y., has bought of Leon

city lots, on Colonial

same side of the

SOCIAL CA4ENDAR FOR THE Shirley Montague of Jacksonville, I Genung recently built a
IWEEKWednesday Miss Eda Brewer of Winter Park, low. The new lots are
:Messrs.: Randolph Robinson, Douglas I IR.
.' April 21. Ellerbe of Sanford Merle McEl- of Mrs. Genung, who is I
Cheney-Robinson wedding Presbyterian roy, Louis Dolive :Marion: Ives, Joe with Orlando, and has
- church, 9 o'clock followed by I Cheney, and W. L. Tilden, and Mrs. pleasant winter here.BAGGAGE .
reception at home of bride's par- Ellerbe, Mrs. llcElroy.Irs.. Dolive, ;
ents, Capt. and Mrs. B. M. Robinson. and :Mr.: and Mrs. William Randolph f :
Harney of Jacksonville.The ,<<
Mrs. C. G. Westcott hostess at bridge. porch was prettily decorated in
Unity Circle meeting. bamboo and hanging baskets of nas- LILLIAN WALKER Travel over the
Bachelor Girls, Miss Elizabeth Bran- turtiums. Little tables were grouped
ham hostess. I around the porch on which were roses I Orlando is still brisk. I I \
Twentieth Century Club, shower for and violets. An ice cream course was AND '. pieces of baggage.were
Miss Antoinette Slemons, at homeof served, the favors being dainty Cu- 80, Coast Line !
Mrs. W. S. Branch. pids in moulds. The place cards were north at
Cathedral Needlework Guild. miniature Cupids. HARRY T. MOREYIN 1:40esterday
Card Club Mrs. J. A. Ab- nine pieces were taken
Wednesday -()-
berger hostess. SOCIETY NOTESOF train Xo. 84, going north
Thursday, April 22. INTEREST. ll
Chicken pilau dinner at Country Clubat Mr. and :Mrs.: L. H. Spencer, who
6 o'clock, dancing, 8 o'clock. have been spending the winter in "A COSTUME PIECE"A REMOVING TO A
'Golf tournament at Country Club, all their pretty home on West Central TION
day, club trophy, a loving cup. avenue, left yesterday for their sum-
Here and There Club, Mrs. P. Palen mer home in Cooperstown, N. Y. They Vitagraph Comedy.
hostess. came to Orlando in their fine touringcar D. L. Hawley, 402 : :

Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Rybolt, at the last October and will motor backas street, is removing to
Melrose hostess. far as Jacksonville. There they nue. Mr. Hawley is a
Rosalind Club. take passage on the steamer Lenapeto turer.
Friday, April 23. New York city, shipping their car
Nullos Club, bridge-luncheon San to that point, and continue their jour- "THE BANKER'S DOUBLE"
Juan hotel, lIrs.V.. II. Lewis hos- ney by the machine over the beautiful Don't overlook the PRICES"E
tess. Hudson river road to Albany, thence II I
Entre Nous Club, Mrs. Firnkoess hos through the valley to the town made !An Edison Drama. -
teas, at home of Mrs. C. G. West- famous by the novelist, J. Fenimore
cott. Cooper. Mr. Spencer owns several
Saturday April 21. pieces of real estate in Orlando, and I I
Auction Bridge Club. with his estimable wife will return in -
Sunday April 25; October. when their many friends will I I
Memorial Day U. D. C. be glad to welcome them.
llonday.pril 26. -o- I "THE UNKNOWN COUNTRY"A TODAY"A
Civic League meeting, at Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Sylvan McElroy charmingly
Fuller's residence. entertained the Nullos Club and a I
number of friends, Monday afternoon Lubin Drama.
SOROSIS PROGRAMIiIGIILY in honor of her house guest, Mrs. Do-
ENTERTAINING. zier, of Ocala. The hostess was as- MIXUP IN I
Sorosis ,held a most interesting sisted in receiving by Mrs. J. N. Mc I !
meeting Tuesday afternoon. The program I Elroy. A very enjoyable afternoonwas I t
was given by Mrs. W. II. Robertson spent at cards, the tables being
Mrs. Victor Starbuck. Mrs. A. arranged on the veranda. Mrs. Laughlin I A
B. Whitman and Mrs. J. T. Fuller. won the guest prize, a Japanese "THE LOSING FIGHT"A Vitagraph ,
Mrs. Robertson's topic was "Pres- work basket, and a very dainty Jap- complete in two
ent Day Leaders in Poetry." She anese flower basket was presented to
gave a most interesting talk, taking the guest of honor. The club prize, a Selig Comedy.
only a few, giving their style of writ- deck of cards was won by Mrs. Lewis. -
ing, and bringing in, in a very enter- Dainty refreshments of ice cream "FEEL MY ) ,
y taining way, what a few of the critics moulded into Easter lilies with cakes
say of these poets. She concludedher punch and bon bons, were served at I
talk with a tribute to our own the tables after the game.0 A Lubin Comedy. ,
local poet, Mr. Victor Starbuck.Mrs. --
Starbuck's topic was "Present Mr. Donald Cheney, who will be HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" I
Day Leaders in Fiction." She took .united in marriage this evening to !
one leader, Galisworthy the English Miss Fannie Robinson tendered a din- "HEART'S
author, and gave a review, in a gen- ner at the San Juan hotel last evening -
eral way, of some of his books show-- to his groomsmen and ushers.
ing how in a most pleasing and enter- Those present were Messrs. Joe Cheney A Selig Drama. II
taining way his works were teachinga W. L. Tilden. Douglas R. Ellerbe,
lesson, without the reader being Merle McElroy Louis Dolive, Marion i5 cents 10 cents I I
conscious that a lesson was being Ives, and Randolph Robinson. I,
taught. 1- I r
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Mrs. Whitman gave a Current Topic Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Ellerbe, 1i FOUR BIG REELS
showing' the wonderful discoveries, and little son, of Sanford, are the i JERSEY SWEETS IN DEMAND I
in plant life, by Dr. Jagadis Chinder guests of Mrs. Ellerbe's parents, :Mr.
Bose. Mrs. Whitman presented the and Mrs. John M. Cheney. They will
subject clearly and fully and we all be present at the marriage of Miss Shippers and farmers in this region "SAME LITTLE
came away with a much greater regard Fannie Robinson and Mr. Donald Cheney who have sweet potatoes in stor-
for plant life. at the Presbyterian church to
age are just beginning to reap their
I .
Mrs. Fuller of the :
i gave a resume night.
harvest of from last
big profits sea-
' board meeting of the Federation of -()- )
Women's Clubs. held in Dade City. The country club will be the scene son's crop. With the supply from the .
She filled us with enthusiasm by her of an all day tournament tomorrow.In South and from Delaware about exhausted -
interestng accounts, and we felt it the evening a dinner will be served there is a brisk demand for FRANK A. WILLIAM. O'NEAL
a privilege to be a member of this followed by dancing. A large attend- CURTIS!
Federation which is planning and do- ance is assured and it is expected the the higher priced Jersey "sweets" and -
ing so much. party will be one of the most largely the price has about doubled over that I
-. attended and successful ones ever paid last fall. Coast Star, Manas- Established 1886
quan, N. J.
AT OAKLAND.Mrs. -()-
Mather-Smith charmingly en- Miss Antoinette Siemens who will I
tertained at her attractive home at become the bride of Mr. John Skill-
Oakland yesterday afternoon in honor man Arnold, Jr., on June 2, will be CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
of Mrs. Kerns and Mrs. Volk, of Chicago the honoree of a miscellaneous shower OrlandoVood Yard
Mrs. L. B. Hamlin, Jr., of Elgin, given by the Twentieth Century
and Mrs. Dozier, of Ocala. Club this afternoon at the home of
. Pivot bridge was played and the Mrs. W. S. Branch. Removed from Pine St. two blocks
feature of the party was the beauti- -()- LOANS
, ful silk parasols given as favors, a Dr. II. C. Dozier and Mr. John Do- north on Railroad, west end Wash- .
* prize being given at each of th eeight zier returned this morning in the ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat '
tables. former's car from a short visit to Dr. RENTALS
The parasols were of various colors and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, in Orlando. all times. REAL_ ESTATE
but green prevailed.The :Mrs. Dozier, who is visiting Mrs. Mc
prize winners were Mrs. W. II. I Elroy, is expected home Friday. A
Lewis, Mrs. Gaston Edwards, Mrs. -o-
James Laughlin III., Mrs. Volk, Miss I Mr. Randolph Robinson, who holdsa B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE
Peck, Mrs. DeWitt Miller Miss Mar- responsible positoin with Chase &
garet Hart, and Mrs. L. II. Gedge.It Company, Jacksonville, is home on a
was one of the season's most at- visit with his father, Capt. B. M. Robinson 344OSTEOPATHY
tractive and beautiful parties and the and family. He will be in the
appointments were perfect. Roses wedding party tonight. ;
were used profusely in the interior -()- For Sale
decorations. The refreshments were Miss Shirley Montague, of Jackson-
elaborate salad and ice cream courses ville, arrived yesterday and is the j
being served. guest of Capt. and Mrs. B. M. Robinson. j
--- lIissIontague will be a brides- House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price ji
* ENTERTAINS maid at the Cheney-Robinson wedding DR. J. C. HOWELL i
WEDDING PARTY.Mr. .this evening. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
and Mrs. Gray Rush entertainedat -o- Kirksville Graduate 450000. A bargain.
a porch party last evening at their I Rev. Eleanor Gordon left yesterdayfor Consultation Free
hone on Lucerne Circle the guests Hamilton, Ill, to spend the sum- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
1 being Mr. Donald Cheney and Miss mer. This most estimable lady will HoteL
Fannie Robinson, who will be married be missed by many in Orlando who j
tonight, and the wedding party, con- I will eagerly await her return in the I I Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
sisting of Miss Mary Robinson, Miss fall. Orlando




well located lots, on easy terms. As en- j

couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell

NOT TO PEEL, CRACK OR CHALK OFF ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down,

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

cent on deferred payments. :

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

and the Price is Right. Real Estate


Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building 1

JOS. L. GUERNSEY, Phone 555r


Paints, Oil, Varnishes, Brushes and Interior Finishes




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Lake Site WANTED-Salesman Apply No. 43 East and Pine collector.street., J.dum ber.. Latham aI1cl: S11iI1gles:

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

-- 1 WANTED-By May 1st, clerical position -
WANTS by a young married man, with
three years experience in railroad of-
fice, and have a good knowledge of
Two bookkeeping. Can furnish a refer-
ence. Am a hustler. L. P. Lovell,
The Morning Sentinel Want care A. C. 1.. Depot Ticket Office, Or-
Directory is the Greatest Want lando. 4-20-3t O ILANDO
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. ,
MONEY TO LOAN on improved high
Terms Cash in Advance. class city property in amounts from
136 with beautiful fron- $1,000 to $5,000. Apply to Cooper &
acres RATES Atha, 114 South Orange avenue.
tage on two lakes. Knock Out For One Day ______________25t 4-20-3t Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c Royal ,
$15, per acre. For Six Days _______________75c Kodak finishing left at Robinson's --- ------------- --- ---- -
For One Month ________-___$2. 0 Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the -- ----- ----
This rate applies all ads of next day. 3-3-tf
60 acres, mile off brick road. on I 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 I G liu Stove Ex l i lll

See E. B. you can't bring your ad to sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
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
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 Robinson. -

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

I Watkins Block PHONE S04 CUT FLOWERS TO ORDERCarnations. -

FOR SALE Livingston. Miss avenue.Hope Starbuck Phone 521., 405 ':. in several months came Saturday morning and was

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-A Bargain 1200 lb. 7- 4-18-3tc caused GASOLINE STOVE.In
a .
yr. old mules, $350, fat and sound. BUYERS ANI> SELLERSI
t' Fred W. Wilmott. 4-20-61 buy, sell rent, and exchange real
can buy foundation estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I
stone building blocks, sidewalk FOR SALE-Purest bred White Indian over 30 years. Have handled over
l tile, or anything In my Runner duck eggs for hatching; $20,000,000. Call and see me. fact statistics show that two-thirds of the
one dollar twelve. Also a few
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
t e line at reduced. Call around
choice breeding pens. Now's the timeto

; and prices.let me surprise you on Orlando hatch, Fla.'em. W. K. Hale, Route 4-13-6t 1, Dr. S. S. Jones I fires in residences are caused by oil and gasoline

F. D. GORE, FOR SALE-Ford Roadster, 1913 stoves defective flues.
model in good condition, cheap for CHIROPRACTOR
cash, phone 363. P. O. Box 206.
1 Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 4-20-3t graduate Davenport College, 17 and
L Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
FOR SALE-Garage] fully equipped, 209.being Intelligent restored people to health everywhereare by chiropractic Think it over---when you have a GAS RANGEin

G amount plenty this of capital is work.your required.opportunity If you are Address,a small mechanic !- removing adjustments the cause, the of disease.new scienceof Examination your kitchen you eliminate two-thirds of the fire-

i I Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf free. 12-24-lmo danger! Don't you think that for this considerationalone

t DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR bushes.SALE-ChoIce]Mrs. Kate cut Ronson roses, ,Bartholomew and- Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST GAS is a good investment. I
Office Avenue and
t corner Orange Place, Colonial Drive.
Church St.. Davis & McNeil Bldg., 4-16-2w*
Phone 419.Great. $15 Invested in a Gas Range will do more to save you t
f FOR SALE-On] account of impor- 115; S. Orange Ave, over Curtis &
i, tant business I will sell my entire O'Neals. II I from fire loses than $25.00 spent for insurance, besides giving .
stock of groceries and fixtures, situa-
\ ted on Orange avenue. F. J. Jones, the service of the only perfect cooking stove made-A Gas Range
Giles & Hovey building. 416.6t'FOR
Reduction. SALEA PHONE 646 Can you afford NOT to Cook with Gas?

clean, nice cash business for a For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
1 Sale on hustler, on easy terms; requires only
t small cash payment, balance to suit FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.


FOR. SALE-Modern home
; eight 17 Hughey Street Orlando, FIa.1210du .
rooms and bath; orange trees and
large oak; seven minutes walk to
f andCanned postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, GAS DEPARTMENTUNUSUAL
412 East Pine. 321.1mo'FOR

SALE OR RENT-Two story Cut Flowers .
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FruitsWe cottage, seven rooms and bath, -- ,
modern conveniences, roomy porches,

have more than we desire to 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. and Plants JONES& GOES JUST THE SAME

carry in stock, so we are going to give FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock REASONFOR
them away at cost price. and tools, best farm in county: va-
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
Sale will last all this week. to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock Floral Designs
BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- ANUNUSUAL -
er. 1-16-tfc My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
FOR RENT months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

CARUTHERS & GORE PRICEon same time it always has. .
FOR RENT-Three furnished house
keeping rooms, including kitchen, .Violet e Dell. Florist.
fine location near Lake Eola, ten dollars TIME TABLE '
Hew Modern G Grocery per month. One room five dollars
per month. 403 E. Pine st. 4-20-3t two fine lots, ten min- f
---- -- J. H. CARUTHERS Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
Phone FOR RENT-Two rooms, furnishedor utes walk to center of city,
unfurnished. 703 Anderson St.
4-18-61 Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. on one of the best streets. BOUND EAST BOUD
6 and 8 East Pine St. Read Down Read UpCAREY
Citrus trees, walks, fence,
FOR RENT, Four-room cottage, fur-
nished or unfurnished, two lots en- t A.MJA.M. P. M. A.M. P. 2\1. P. r-I.
closed; good place for garden and etc. I
Do Your '
chickens Concord; one Park.block$10.00 off Orange per month.ave.in Orlando Ocoee I 6:30;10.I 5 3:00 I 9.30 1.301 6.00

OEIaAdoshiogtooDRAWING Enquire 706 W. Amelia. 4-18-3t* 7:30i' 1.15 4:00: 8.3C 12.305.00\
ElectricFixtures SEE ME immediately if
Garden ,
: 7:45'11:30 4'30 8.15 12.15! 4,45
FOR RENT May 1st, 6-room unfur- sale must be Oakland 8:00---
interested 8.00
as : I =
4:30 -- 4.30
nished cottage,near lake Lucerne, 108
America st., just remodeled, new bath Look'Old made at once or not at all,
room with gas, hot water heater, ,
ROOM screens, closets, wide veranda and
back porch, chicken house and garage, and at present prices.
gas, electricity and sewer connection. {
Sleeping Car Apply 75, care Sentinel or phone 573. HANDFUNERAL
4186t'FOR Worn Out? 1

First Car on March\ 16 RENT-Seven room furnishedor
unfurnished house, for the sea- I have established a plant for DIRECTORAND
son or by the year; rent very reason- DR. A. J. TAYLOR
VIA able.4-16-6t*Inquire 208 Garland street. i the refinishing of all metal EMBALMERAll

fixtures and brass beds. This ;
Atlantic Coast Line FOR RENT-Several attractive bungalows -
for rent on Lake Conway. work is done at a small cost, and
Address C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. East Central AvenueDON'T
Standard Railroad of the South '-15-6t* makes jour fixtures look like 905 calls answered Promptly Day .

Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. FOR RENT-Modern six room fur- new. ------ --- or Night. Hand Block.
nished cottage, from piano down; t
Tuesdays Thursdaysand large lot; good barns; only two blocksout Stock of second hand fixturesfor
; $30 per month. Carl Dann. Orlando Florida.PHONE
SaturdaysLeaving 4-15-tf sale. WORRYIf .

FOR RENT-New, Modern Five Phone 652 and I will call and 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
Orlando on Train 82, room house. Apply 510 W. Central.
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays estimate your job.

and Saturdays.For FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. you are disappointedabout .
Reservations and Tickets Yancey.: 3-28-tfc L. W. LEWIS. getting a new Eas-

call on A. |IC. L Local Ticket ter Suit,we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
old one in good condi-
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all. |
10-25-tf tion for just such occas- J

For cleanest, clearest Kodak finish- CLINT BASS ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers )

ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf at 1Finley's

FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- West Jefferson Street ..ORlANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
nished or unfurnished; low rates to Pioneer
permanents; close in; vacancies in Successor to Dry Cleaning
two houses; all improvements. See
owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
OR. L. H. RAMSDELu CompanyWood I
3-30-lmo Pressing and Repairing Just across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court)
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE WANTED of All Kinds : streets. *1F !

WANTED-3,000 to 6,000 acres of .Umbrellas recovered and Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. ;
saw-mill timber, REASONABLE
near Orlando. ad- PRICES i
"while you wait, at Young's Repair I
OPTICAL REPAIRING dress Box 727. 4-17-6t _
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre -
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Sold 368 pieces of property in 1914.[ They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you rrfust

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



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Sometimes European War Is YORK I
I New York.-Contributions from Why don't you call and let us quote you our low
churches in the great wheat belts of
A Tedious Business After All! New York.-There is still a good'
the West saved the financial situationfor
: demand in New York for good Flor- i' nine of the Protestant missionary Summer Rates at the t
ida vegetables, but the quality of the I
societies of America according to an
Berlin April 19.-War is often a with the man, who was a member of receipts, as a whole, continues poor. I
analysis of their recent annual reports -
tedious business. A report by Colonel the Bavarian landwehr. On everything that opens up in good made public today. In the Empire :SotelThe :
"What made you do such a fool- shape, the movement is quite active.
Karl Muller who is with the German South the low prices received for cot- :
hardy thing" asked the opera singer Florida tomatoes ranged all the
in France, tells of amusing ton seriously affected gifts from the Room with the
army an officer. way from $1.25 to $3, with the outside I Dining Quick Lunch Room added, .
attempt on the part of a private soldier "Herr Lieutenant, I simply wantedto figure for the best offerings. churches. There were material de-i
creases from the customary contribu- | makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live. I
to force the French to "start scout around and learn if X is occupied -I Beans sold under a range of $2@4, If
tions in Pennsylvania, New York,
the French and to if around
something. by see i mostly 3350. New Jersey and New England. I 1f
A German officer, in peace times a something could not be done to drive Good peas were in active demandat f
well known opera singer in Frankfort, them out." $3@3.50 generally, but the poor i i -- -- -
had his company quartered near an "But who gave you such an order?" ;stock sold as low as $2, with the gilt I f.
old French chateau in northern "An order? Nobody, Herr Lieutenant. edge offerings up to $4. :
> France. He was making a tour of inspection I simply did so on my own re- Both peppers and eggplants were ; Pure: Ice Cream
when he discovered that one sponsibility." in good demand at a range of $2@ I !
of his sentries supposed to be on duty "Don't you know that a soldier 3.50, according to quality. : 1
outside the chateau was missing. On should only do what he is ordered?" Radishes brought $1@1.50, and let-I
inquiry he was told that this man had "Oh, yes I know that, but pardonme tuce from $1 to $1.75, with I
left his post to go on scout duty and Herr Lieutenant, for saying so, in sound stock reaching $2. I When you want PURE ICE
learn if the village not far away was this war there is now nothing hap- Florida cabbage still leads the CREAM call for HAND'S. If For Iarty I' f
occupied by the enemy. pening at all. In fact, it is no longera markets on Southern stock, ranging .
don't believe
you that we take Club
"The man must be crazy," said the war unless a man makes up his from $2.25 to $3.50 per crate.
officer. "Only' an insane man would mind to stir something on his own the greatest care in its manu'Ve make our Ice Cream from
Church Socialk.
risk going across open country under account." MANY DODGE CARS ORDEREDThe facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
the fire to which he is exposed." The officers who were listening ma It. You will be surprised
School Socialat 1
He hurriedly dispatched a cavalryman could' not restrain their laughter and Orlando Auto and Supply com- the care every detail is given.. cans' moulds and everythingAny I'
on a fast horse to bring the sen- the impetuous infantryman was sent used in the manufacture of our I
has an order for twenty-five kind time Lodge
pany you any
try back. The horseman returned back to his post without punishment.
Dodge cars to be delivered as soon as you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
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possible. Mr. Phillips stated yester- PicnicYou
from izeL
John Phillip Shattuck, a popular ORLANDO FACES IN JACKSON- day that the Dodge Bros. companyhad a quart up.
baritone soloist who has delighted VILLE NEWSPAPERIn an order for 100 automobiles for are cordially invited to
many Tampans by his singing, is visiting Order Hands Pure
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friends in Kissimmee. From Tampa. The order will fill a special inspect our factory at any
Jacksonville Times-
there he will' proceed to Orlando to freight train of twenty cars. time. Ice Cream
renew acquaintances and then will Union appears a photograph of
spend several weeks on his plantationnear Messrs. Warman and See on their bicycles -
Sanford. lie will return here ready to take their departurefor An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
before returning to New York.Tampa at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
the Pacific coast. The photographwas
Tribune. I II I snapped by W. S. Branch. In the -
LET "DAD" DO IT background may be seen the faces of Car party to Washington and New
If you need any little repairs about Messrs. Gilchrist, Earl Vick, Josiah York, Wednesday night, April 28, via
the place, let "Dad" do it. If you Ferris!, James A. Knox, W. H. Ed- the Atlantic Coast Line. Rata SI7.,0.
want a nice, cosy porch swing, letc'Dad" wards, Mayor Sperry, James Burden, See C. F. Bieler, 820 West Central PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
make it. Drop a card to avenue. Get your identification cards
"Dad," Box 132, and he will hunt and S. Belch. The picture was takenat from city ticket ngent or depot<< ticket
t you. 4-14-6t the north end of the Arcade court. I agent. 4-lS-tf

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Building in Mass., new modern rents for ten thousand and five hundredper

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

Orange Grove in exchange for this house. Price 10000000.

Quality y .r* Refinment For Exchange i

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

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

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

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

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

c 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 MANSION

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

't" '. hardwood, plaster is hard finish; cellar under entire house. There are 21 rooms, 3 baths

:. butlers' pantry, large attic with billiard rooms, all windows plate glass, has stone engine
a tone of distinction to
house and private electric light system all buildings covered with slate. Price of this

r the occupants.The place is $75,000.Iortgage is $15,000; will trade equity of 60000.00 for two Groves

with dwellings on them. See photographs.See .

power that commands -

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

Cuba Mexico, we have it. ;"" !: !n11III

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

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

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


R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Asklus for any exchange you wish we can match what you haveI"


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A. M. Bristol, of Taft was
I among the subtantial citizens of that
progressive neighborhood visiting Or-
lando jesterday.

ThInk hs
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Briggs, who over
have been spending the season at
their palatial home in Altamonte --
.. Springs will leave tomorrow for East -
Greenwich, R. I., where they will EONOM'U XTRAVA ANCEr ,
spend the summer. f r- -

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@, t@ Guests registering at the San Juan ,; '.: ,')
hotel yesterday include J. F. Freeman V> I1Jf i II ,-
St. Louis; L. A. Dwelle, Tampa; .A" ,, (! -__ -;
C. C. Morris : i :;;. .: -
Philadelphia; C. S. Her- ; .. I ---- f'J.
I Ii aldson, New York, and Misses Bessie Pl\\... 4... '. ;:.o.T.. t \
and Ann R. Davis, Athens, Ala. _
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i I I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wampler. of t'')..: ..r:: :_ ... j -:- #>j.f.i';"t -- i YI
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Dayton, Ohio, who are touring Florida \ -___'
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A BANK FOR ALL THE I I I II enjoying all the delights of the .-*.. ..Y'I'! \ .' ::: --;-::.. -
I many places of interest on the East ,y I NtRUPTCY
FAMILY 1 and West Coasts at the, will leave today after "'" 4c...r,. 'T.. 1 131d444 iI_ __ .. _' -.z;
I II a peep beauties of this :
I I..I section. ". ''I : ::.-. e- -..,
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The boy or girl, young '\.," "..... .-'( ".'''!.I'..,. '. .1'4'I..'' -_'.-..-:!".r,, =............ -_ ',-: :.;;.._ '"-,
man, business woman and Mr and Mrs. Mrs A. S. Mull and ", ," rp" ) kriOt.,... ... J'y.. -":- --- : --:- .--r._.;
housewife will all find this daughter. Miss Helen, arrived in Orlando \- \., '\''- \'.' ,", 'f-: .. -7 ". ,, .
j I yesterday from Daytona where \ 'I- t 1 ,Dlo_ : ..f ir c
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Bank useful from their own they; have been visiting, and expectto { ,. \. -\(1'" -'t '" -,' .
particular point of view. The remain here until the end of the t.'I' -.- ;1/--' ,.
broad and efficient service month before returning to their homein / Who sets ; -.t-:.- i
DetroitIich.. : :! t
meets the requirements of all
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classes and covers every : I D'"J" c\ > ...J"b- ....,
Mrs. L. S. Tenny, of Orlando, and 'l "t" : -
banking need as applied to her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. you earr }: ./
both. Warn, of Hilton, N Y., came down
Savings Accounts and Check- Friday from Orlando, and were guestsof .
ing Accounts the Wymans home for today.BradentownJournal. the week-end, returning $2,511.90 INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORSON


Mrs. Emma L. Bra, who has been HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS ?
ORLANDO l lQ enjoying Orlando's fine climate and
congenial weather, will leave today
for points farther up the state She $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

expects to make stops at Daytonaand CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.
St. and will reach
Augustine not
her home in Oshkosh, Wis., until some

fi[ ] riii] time in May. Peoples National Bank

Rev. Wm. Ruehle and wife, who .
have been making their home in Or- IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
lando for the past five months, left I
yesterday for California. Rev. Ruehleis
an able German Lutheran minis-
ter, and during his residence here
both he and his estimable wife made

_______ _h friends who regret their departure.Rev. .

D. E. Bedinger and family,who
have been spending the past several .
months in Orlando, left yesterday for
L NOTASEME{ { their home in Walton, Ky., where lillllHi . ( tHilHMMMI1MieiiMMMIIIMHMililliliUOne
\ they will spend the summer. Rev
; -sue Bedinger ably supplied the pulpit in
I AND the Christian Alliance church in this
city during his visit and he will be
missed very much by the members of
that denomination.Mr. .

and Mrs. S. A. Ryder and son,
Jason, who have been spending the
C past two weeks in Orlando, were argain.
} among those leaving for their homesin
the North yesterday. This was
,,, their first visit to this part of Flor-
i ': z r r ..I are designed to meet ida, but they were so well pleased "
t the demand for medium that they expect to leave their homein Buick Model 21" five
i '' Green City, Mo, in the early fall passenger jj
;f "', priced high-grade in order to spend the following five
I = I refrigerators. months here.
Careful attention is good condition throughout. 1n
F Y given not only to the Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Bradley and
1 : -- '- daughter. Miss Blanche, who have
f outward appearance, been spending several weeks here
t but especially to the left yesterday for their home i I

!f general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in Uniontown, Pa. They will make stopsin $875.00
St. Augustine and Jacksonville and
i order to produce correct and proper refrigeration. expect to reach their home in the

r Construction.-The outer case is made of Solid Ash Keystone State about the first of '
May. They were greatly pleased with
L with raised panels, finished in Golden Oak. The inner Orlando and expect to return in the -
fall for a longer visit.
t case is of hardwood lumber and

k between the two is a thorough Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Stewart and .
l insulation of dead air and non- daughter, Miss Edith, who have spent
;: conducting sheating. the season at points of interest on the
West Coast, arrived in Orlando yesterday -
r ICE CHAMBER.-Galvanized to look over the city and surrounding -
iron lined, with all-metal ice country before returning to
i their home in Keota, Iowa. They San Juan ]
4. rack and removable flues. Garage Company j
were very surprised to find such a [
Provision Chamber. Galvan- hustling place and are planning another -
iron and odorless white enameled visit next November. They will

with removable drain pipe.Shehes be about at Daytona two weeks and on the St. way Augustineand stopping . . . . . . . . . . . .' . ."Ml
-Adjustable tinned other interesting places. They
; woven wire in all patterns. expect to arrive at their home in the
Hawkeye State the first of the com-
Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets. Swing ing month
baseboard. Automatic rain trap.

See this before you purchase any Refrigerator

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When the ice man calls on his pa

OSCAR HAND & SONWEDDING trons in the southern part of the city i ,
-or route 2-as it is called by the I. '
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courteous and obliging dehverjmen f.. .;.t,_
of Mr. II. E. Hand, the head of the I .. .--.f ..-"- .. Jib.' .. .
Orlando Ice company, this morning it i J" : :
will be in a brand new, spic and
.. .1111.111t: I' span j .
wagon. It is one of the very latest I ; .
and most up to date of its kind now : ..

in use, and was the product of the SAVINGS, like other forms of SUREINVESTMENTS c\ .,_- : .'.
Macey Wagon company, who have a :
in the long run are Itr.t; ,
in this
reputation section, extendin f ..- .,.
over thirty years, for turning out placed where earning power combines with ..; 4 L .
GIFTSWith none but theery best. )Ir. Hand is
determined to give the many patrons I GREATEST SAFETY. =j :? 4 ;t '; --

of the Orlando Ice company the ben I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING ; .
efit of the very best service possible, J .
and will spare neither pains or ex DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER : -L I 9 t
an immense stock of Cut Glass, pense in doing so.
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- ,,j-
BUTTERMILK STAND IN ARCADE 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. L

Painted China and the largest line of Miss Anna Barlow, who has conducted ;. s

Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in lando for the the Barlow past Gift five months Shop in, now Or 4.as.

that the season is on the wane, has
the city, we are confident we can please decided to embark in another busi

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the most discriminating customer. A ness, which will, no doubt, be strictlyin
keeping with the lady's up to date
ideas. Miss\ Barlow has rented room I
glimpse at our stock will convince you.
12 in the Arcade and expects to have

cold lectable things"buttermilk"t to in thirsty beverage shape stand patrons.today will, where be to open served that up de ice a Orlauhlo n Bank & Trust t C Copy


Consultation Incurs No Obligation.'

J. B. Ley left yesterday after

noon for Tampa to attend a meetingof .
I the board of Sutherland College,

...111.'I. ; .Jg .I.III.II..IIIIIII..I.II... which is to be held in that city today.. -

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