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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 22, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22 1913.:; NUMBER 60.

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IF GERMAN: REPEATS OFFENSE Brief Bulletins I*. S. REPLIES SHARPLY TO

VIENNA SAYS THE GERMANS MAKING GREAT THE DAVIS BILL IS HE'LL HE GIVEN Ticked Off Wire AMlL:MEMORANDUMNOTE \SS.1IOR'S RECENT: '"


1 I EFFORT TO RECAPTURE I PASSPORTS
: I At Late HourPATENT

RUSSIANS ARE IMPORTANT HILL DOOMED TO NOTE E SEVERELY REBUKES HIMHe I I NOT EXACTLY APPROPRIATEBryan

:\IEnIClXEII'G.: RESIGNS

Questioned Good Faith of FROM: METHODIST: Tells! Ambassador That
LOSINGSAYS VIOLENT ATTACKS STILL DEFEAT BOOK CONCERNSan
United States Has Not
CONTINUED BY FIGHTING U. S. in Recent Note- Francisco April 21.-The resignation -
Further Action of Dr. John A. Patton, of Yielded Neutral
TEUTONSHill
Chattanooga, Tenn., a patent medi-
USZOK PASS IS STILLIN WHEN IT COMES: UP FOR A AwaitedWashington. cine manufacturer who since 1910 Rights

AUSTRIAN POS- No. 60 Shelled and Attacks FINAL VOTE DESPITE April 21.-The view has held the position of chairman of Washington April 21.-Secretary
Repulsed-British Aviators the book committee of the :Methodist
SESSION REPORT taken in diplomatic circles is that Bryan today sent to the German em-
Attack Airship and the reply of the United States to the Book Concern, was received today at bassy the reply of the United States
the annual meeting of the book com-

THE SPRING f FUNDS CAUSE DELAYSa.s Sheds I MEASURE MAY DIE IN COMMITTEEWoman storff memorandum, while kindly of Count worded Yon, is yet Bern-a mittee of the Methodist Episcopal memorandum government to of Count the much von Bernstorffin discussed

London, April 21.-The official very decided rebuke to the ambassador I church. which the German ambassador
press bureau announces that violent Suffrage Bills Reported and he is expected to take the I The resignation will be acted upon harshly criticised the character: and
Petrograd Statement- attacks the Germans in at tomorrow's session and probably impartiality of American neutrality.The .
counter by an rebuke in the spirit in which it is given -
Russians Plan to Extend effort to recapture Hill No. 60, near Unfavorably in Both Houses and not repeat his offense ques- will be accepted.In German ambassador has been

Positions and Besiege Ypres, which was recently taken by -Fight May Be Carried tioning the good faith of the United offering his resignation: Pat- informed that the issues between the
the British, still continue. States.If ton explained, and said he did not United States and Great Britain

Forts Yesterday between 6 and 9 p. m. Onto the FloorBy he does repeat it, the expectationin want to embarrass the church becauseof growing out of British interferencewith

two heavy infantry attacks were re diplomatic circles is that he will the attacks which had been made American trade, are "hardly appropriate -
Vienna, April 21. Official state- C. F. Johnson him in the medical journals.
pulsed with great loss to the Ger- be given his passports; therefore his upon for discussion" between the
ment: mans. Tallahassee, Fla., April .-(Special i decision as to his future attitude will The resignation of George P. Eck- government of the United States and
"The Russians have discontinued I The hill was violently shelled all to the Sentinel.) The Davis regulation be awaited with great interest. man, editor of the Christian Advo- the government of Germany."
their attacks against the most impor- night and several further attacks bill is doomed to defeat whenit cate, was accepted, and Dr. James R. I Count Von Bernstortf was further

t tant sectors in the front of our posi- were repulsed today.It comes up for a final vote, in spiteof Joy was appointed in his place. told that the language of his memorandum -
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S BALL
tion which protect Ondawa, Laborcza is also announced that a bold and the favorable report made by the "is susceptible' to being construed -
and Ung valley. successful attack by British aviatorshas committees in both houses. GAMES: RESENTMENT TOWARD U. S. IS I as impugning the good faith

"In the wooded mountains between been made on a German airshipin Sentiment has grown stronger SHOWN BY VIENNA PRESS of the United! States in the performance -
Laborcza and Ung valley the Rus- the harbor and upon their sheds at against any regulation measures be- National League Venice, via London.The discussion of its duty as a neutral country -
sian forces again attempted, despite Ghent. ing enacted at this session. The mem- New York 1, Philadelphia 6. aroused by the memorandum recently -"

heavy losses, to break through, by The extent of the damage done is bers have decided that the liquor ques- Boston 4, Brooklyn 8. presented by the German ambassador He was told that the United States
advancing against our extreme wings. stated to be considerable. tion in the state of Florida is one to Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 0. Count von Bernstorff, to the state department has not at any time yielded any of its
This attack caused severe fighting in be taken care of under the local option Chicago-Pittsburg; rain. at Washington respecting rights as a neutral."

the upper Czircka valley near Nagyp-: FLORIDA STATE PHARMACEUTICAL plan by each county. Two more American league American neutrality is being followed Ambassador Von Bernstorff's con-
which lasted several nights. Philadelphia 0, New York 8. with the keenest interest in Austria-
olany, ASSOCIATIONOn regulation bills made their appear- tention that the failure of the United
The Russians suffered very severe ance in the house today. Washington 11, Boston 3. Hungary. The tone of the press generally States to inhibit the exportation of

losses in killed and wounded. We Monday, June 14th, druggists The hearing scheduled on the Davis Detroit 4, Chicago 3. is hostile to the United States. arms is unfair to Germany was met

also captured 3,000 unwounded pris- from Sarasota, Bradentown, Manatee, bill for this afternoon did not materialize St. Louis t, Cleveland 3. The Vienna Fremdenblatt, recog- with the declaration that "the embargo -

oners. Palmetto, Port Tampa, Tarpon I' and the measure may die in Federal League nized as the organ of the foreign of- in the trade in arms at the present
"The Uszok pass is still in our pos- Springs, Clearwater, Tampa, and committee. Newark 5, Brooklyn 3. fice, says: time would be a direct violation of
session." practically all cities and towns in the I While the woman suffrage bills Buffalo 5, Baltimore 4. "It will be difficult' to answer sucha the neutrality of the United States."
I pittsburg 5, Kansas City 4.
southern part of the state, will arrivein have been reported unfavorably in justifiable remonstrance as that of
Petrograd Statement Orlando in automobiles about 7 both houses the advocates of the Southern League Germany, nor does anybody expect an A BILL TO REGULATE TRADE
Petrograd, April 21.-Apparently o'clock, and will spend the night. measure assert that they will carry Memphis 6, Nashville 4. actual reply, but only what the United

the Russians have everywhere sus- .'Leaving this city they will go to San- ,the fight to the floor of the house and New Orleans 2, Mobile 0. States has heretofore answered Ger- i Tallahassee, Fla., April 21.-What
pended their offensive campaign until ford and DeLand to Daytona, where i senate. No compromise will be countenanced Birmingham 11, Atlanta 7. man admonition with, namely, I promises to create some interest at
the spring floods have subsided and they will be joined by a party from I I by the legislative commit- Chattanooga-Little Rock; rain. phrases. The feeling o( disappointment the present session of the legislatureis

the conditions are more favorable for the East Coast, and proceed to Atlantic tees of the two organizations which' Atlantic League which the attitude of the United a bill that has been prepared by
maneuvering large forces.In Beach, where they will hold are working for equal suffrage. They Savannah 8, Columbia 2. States has produced in Austria will Senator Wells, of Leon county, and
the Carpathians their activity their annual Pharmaceutical Conven- assert that the question must be set- Charleston 2, Augusta 1. not disappear for a long time. has for its title the high soundingname

will for some time be restricted to the tion, June 16, 17 and 18. tled on full and equal suffrage or go :Macon 10, Albany 4. "A Bill to Regulate Trade."
besieging of fortifications and the extension Dr. B. C. Abernethy is in receiptof down in defeat. That the bills will Jacksonville 6, Columbus 0. KRONPRINZ DOCKS; BOTTOM IS Senator Wells says the bill will prohibit

of the new positions which the following letter from Dr. M. meet defeat is now a foregone conclu- SCRAPED unfair commercial discrimination -

they have occupied. M. Taylor, of Tampa, the presidentof sion. ORLANDO-WINTER PARK AUTO Norfolk, Va.-The raiding German between different sections of the
The present chief center of conflictis SERVICE auxiliary cruiser Kronprinz Wilhelm
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the association: I state, communities or towns, or unfair -
along the Stryj-Munkacs road, "Inasmuch as you are one of the' Tallahassee, Fla., April 21.-When today went in dry dock at Newport commercial competition between
which forms the pivot of the Russian original' members of the Florida State Represeetative Dancey, of Duval, today Beginning Friday morning, April News. The water had hardly left the any sections of the state, and pro- ,
forward movement.F. Pharmaceutical Association, and it is 23rd, at 8 o'clock a. m., an auto ser- dock when members of the crew be-
largely through efforts that the succeeded in lopping off three vides penalties therefor.
your
I I association is what it is today, I am sections of a bill pending in the houseto vice will be s'arted: between Orlando gan to scrape barnacles and sea The bill provides that any person
E. COAST RY. ORDERED TO writing this to make a special request give the various county commis- and Winter Park. Autos will leave growth from the ship's bottom. The who shall "intentionally" discriminatefor
GIVE 3-CENT RATE LINES that you be present at the next meet- Estes, drug store, going north on Or naval board of survey, which inspected -
sioners the issue time the of
and have right to war- purpose destroying the
ing something to say re- avenue to Ivanhoe boulevard, the vessel before she into
NORTH OF HOMESTEAD ange went dry
trarding the drug business during rants bearing interest to take up out- trade of another shall be liable to the
east on Ivanhoe boulevard to the city dock, have not made public their re
those early days-also your views retarding standing indebtedness in excess of the penalties provided in the act.
Attorney L. C. Massey received the future of our association.I he killed bill limits, through Formosa and on to port. Their findings have been sentto Of
revenue; practically a course, say persons who have
word from Tallahassee yesterday afternoon feel that anything you might say Winter Park. It is to be hoped that the navy department, and it is said
that from the read the
emanated it will
bill be
will be very helpful to us all, and the comptroller'soffice easy to go into
that the sufficient patronage will be obtainedto that recommend that fourteen
whichhe they
long litigation
association needs your advice and co to remedy the deficit of the court and prove intentional discrimination -
has conducted for the Florida rail- operation."We counties in the state. warrant the continuance of this days be given the Wilhelm in whichto I in any case that may arise.
hope to make this conventiona auto service during the coming make
Outside
road commissioners against the Flor The bill provided that all indebtedness sum necessary reparis. Senator Wells came into promi-
ida East Coast Railway has record meeting both in attendanceand mer months. the possible removal of one plate, all I
company beneficial results, and I feel sure incurred in excess of the reve- nence before the convening of the
been terminated by a decision of the The following schedule and fares repairs, it is said, can be made in one
we may depend upon you to do everything nues should be covered by time war- I present session of the legislature
court in favor of the rail in will be adhered to until further no- week.
supreme your power to help bring
rants and provided for an extra three through the publicity given to his an-
road commissioners.The this about. I will ask that you kindly tice:
write Mr. Roy Chelf Brooksville, mills during the next year to cover ti-buzzard bill, and naturally he com-
supreme court has ordered Fla., telling him that you expect to the item. After the elimination of Leave Orlando.SCHEDULE Leave Winter Park. AN ATHLETIC CLUB mands a hearing to any measure that
that a peremptory writ of mandamusshall be present and will give us a talk." the three sections opposed byIr.. 8:00 A. :M.: 9:00 A. :M.: he presents.At .
issue against the railway com- Dancey the county commissioners are I 10:00A.\1.:: 11:00A\1.: An athletic club will be formed by first sight the proposed bill
pany ordering it to put into effect a PIANIST RETURNS FROM: NORTH left to finance their respective coun- 12:00\1.:: 1:00 P.M.:: the boys in the Presbyterian class of leads one to believe that it is a formidable -
2:00 P. :M.: 3:00 P.M.
straight three cent per mile passenger CAROLINA ties along the budget system each I 4:00 P.M.:: 5:00 P.M. Mr. Sidney Ives, the boys in the measure in keeping with
rate on all of its lines north of year. 6:00 P.M.:: .:00 P.M.: Methodist class of :Mr.: E. G. Duck- I some of the various anti-trust meas-
Homestead. This matter has been i in Herman F. Siewert, who has spent If the law passes in its amended 9:00 P.M.:: 9:30 P.M.:: worth, and the Baptist boys in the ures that have been enacted by late

dispute for a number of years be- the past seven weeks at the Carolina form it will be unlawful for any boardof I Orlando Ivanhoe FARES boulevardcitv class of :Mr. Thos. B. Phillips. sessions of congress. On closer ex-
tween the commissioners and the hotel, of Pinehurst, N. C., where he All in these three classes will
boys
county commisisoners to expend or ( limits) ------_______10 cents amination, however, the measure does
filled an engagement as pianist with contract for the expenditure of more I Orlando to Formosa -_______15 cents please be on hand Thursday night at not inspire much serious confidence in
cornpang. the Carl Behr orchestra of Boston than 95 per cent. of the estimated Orlando Winter Park ____25 cents 7 o'clock at the Baraca room in the the possibilities of its relieving the
has just returned to the home of his Formosa to Winter Park___ 15 cents
church.
between i new Baptist state of unfair
revenue October first and Same prices apply from Winter compettion.
PURCHASED COTTAGE HOMEA parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Siewert, of September thirtieth of any year. I Park Formosa, and Ivanhoe boulevard Except for the prominence of the
Winter Park. He reports a very suc- The to Orlando. EARL GORE IN SANFORDEarl author
stricken sections, two, three the bill would be lost in the
deal was consummated in Orlan- cessful winter tourist season there, i Notice to Merchants
and
four, provided that the boards of shuffle of handling some six hundred
do yesterday whereby Mr. T. A. Yan- and spent much time at golf. I :Merchandise: properly packed will
Gore better known
commissioners should be authorizedto le delivered in Winter Park at individual as "Biddy"to bills already introduced.Mr. .
cey, Jr., becomes the owner of the On his return trip he stopped over make a levy of three mills, or so I residences at reasonable prices. his many Sanford friends, is in the Wells takes the measure seriously -
twelve room house on the corner of in Savannah, and also spent severaldays much thereof as might be necessaryto I city for a few days visit and is always notwithstanding.

Jackson and Boone streets, better in Jacksonville, where he was create what would be known as the It t TO BOSTON TO SPEND SUMMER: welcome in the city where he 3
known as the "Cottage Home" and the guest of Mr. Evan G. Pattishal, "County Unfunded Debt Fund" for I I'I' helped to win the pennant. He has DEATH OF VALUED EMPLOYE: 1 3
I
until recently was conducted as a private who is from Geneva. Mr. Siewert the purpose of wiping out the county 'I' Mr. II. W. Howard leaves today for I II been in business in Orlando for the Mr. Wm. Baleze died at his home 1 j

boarding house. Mr. C. A. Ho- and Mr. Pattishal became acquaintedin debt contracted in excess of the reve- 'YorcesterIass.., where he will makea I past year but recently sold his business on Division street at 10 a. m. with J
I
vey, Orlando's Samaritan, purchasedthis New York city, where they were nue. Those opposing the measure stop, and then go to Boston to' and is looking for a new field.- asthma. He leaves a wife and little 3

property from the Miller estate, both studying organ with Dr. Wm. C. I,contended that many boards of county -I spend the summer.Ir.. Howard is Sanford Herald. son, eight years of age. Mr. Baleze

and has planned to make many improvements Carl. I commissioners throughout the state the owner of the St. James, on the was employed by the Curry & Smith
and in doing so is remov- Mr. Siewert made the trip up the C. C. SERVICE 1
have
issued warrants which are invalid I corner of West and South streets, and Cigar company. Burial will be in
ing all the houses and trees there- St. Johns river in the steamer "Osce- and which should not be paid. I has been coming to Orlando for a Palatka.
from. Mr. Yancey will move it to ola" from Jacksonville to Sanford, I They declared that the proposed :number of seasons. lIe is especially I A bus line will leave Estes' drug G

West America street, opposite the where he was met by Mr. Arthur measure would unnecessarily burden I interested in this city and is one of store today at 9 o'clock, and every BANKS CLOSE MONDAY

home of his parents, and, it is said, Schultz with whom he motored to the taxpayers. I its most enthusiastic boosters. I half hour thereafter, on the hour and Monday, April 26, being Memorial

transform it into a modern home. Winter Park. While Mr. Dancey brought himself I half hour, until after midnight, to day and a legal holiday, all the banksof

into prominence in the house in his LECTURER COMING the Country Club. Orlando will be closed. Make a
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE OF BUSINESS UP TO STANDARD I
successful fight on the bill, many note of this.
CIVIC LEAGUEA I J. L. Dean has equipped the City boards of county commissioners are Rev. S. J. Winchester, of Indiana, THE WEATHER .i
meeting of the membership com- Drug Store with new fixtures. He I wondering what course they shall will lecture at the Lucerne theatre I I Have a copy McCIure's in its

mittee is called for Thursday, April I states that business is good and consistent pursue to overcome the outstandingdebts Sunday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock, for Florida: Partly cloudy Thursday i new dress and new price, ten cents.

22, at 4 p. m., at the Chapter House. and increasing all the time. of their counties. men and at 4 o'clock for ladies. i hand I Friday. : Curtis & O'Neal.


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MORE POSTOFFICES CHANGES ANNOUNCED IN FLORIDA I Items From \i

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Washington, April 20.-The post- Windermere
I office department announces another Cow Peas
HAPPYLANDWe list of changes in Florida postmas-
terships, including the following ap- Windermere, Fla., April :20.-:Mr. t
pointments. andlrs.. H. S. Lyon and Mrs. R. E.
Velvet Beans
live but once. Let us partake of earth's good Carbur, Taylor county, Boyd Nan- Kline spent last Wednesday in San- i '

things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun- kivell. This is a new office. ford. .
Forsberg Alachua county, CharlesP. I Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Follett and
. try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him Forsberg. This also is a new of- :Ir. and Mrs. R. P. Foley, of Charle- Kaffir Corn

who buys his smokes of the oix, Mich., were guests at RossmoreInn i
fice.King's
Ferry, Nassau county, ElvieII. last Saturday.Mr. I
Russell, to succeed \,.. R. Russell and Mrs. C. G. Brown and :Mr. Ambler Sorghum
Good and Bad Cigar Stores as the result of a competitive exami- and Mrs. "'. C. Essington, of Orlando -j

nation. were guests at Rossmore Inn last

Rock Bluff, Liberty county, Ross A. Sunday: Natal Grass
Jackson, to succeed A. Jackson, who Mr. II. II. Williams Jr., returns to .
resigned.The his Northern home in Wauseon Ohio, I

c following Florida postmastersare this week.
TeosinteAll
covered into the civil service. : Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Lege, :Mr.

.. Juliette, Marion county, Franklin E. and Mrs. P. Norcross and Mrs. A. S. f
Hemphill. Allen motored out to Rossmore Inn
f OUR MOTTO :
Westlake, Hamilton county, A. L. last Sunday from Orlando.
Mrs. Jas. N. T'ner.Irs.. E. I... Bar-
Rowe.
Small Profits and Quick Returns. Kinds Garden and Farm Seed
The Interstate Commerce Commission rett, and Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson -
has dismissed the complaint of were guests of Mr. and :Mrs. D.
Here is where you pay for the service you get and no the Jacksonville Machine Works T. McNeil, of Gotha, last Thursday.Mr. Fresh Seed and Right Prices

. more. In these times you should pay for no service 'oudon't against the Central of Georgia rail- and Mrs. II. II. Williams, Sr.,
road. The'allegation of the complaintwas :Ir. and :Mrs. Wm. G. Geier, Mr. and
get. Investigate our plan.
that excessive rates were chargedon Irs. J. C. Palmer, Dr. A. II. Stafford,

THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. goods shipped from Peru, Ga., to :Ir. and Mrs. C. V. Lyon, Mr. and
acksonville. Irs. II. S. L'onIr.. L. L'onIr..

, W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 H.[ II. Williams, Jr., and :Mr. and :Mrs. City Drug* StoreJ.
Frank Smith motored to Eustis Monday -
DO YOU KNOW THAT
!
f inspecting the dairy farm on the

l The ten countries with the largest i Laughlin estate at Zellwood en route. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
:Mrs. Jas. N. of ,
Tyner Washington
populations are, in the order named,
I D. C., widow of the late
Your Colors postmaster
Show China, India, Russia the United
general, and her sister, :Mrs. E. I.
States Germany, Japan, the United
Barrett, of Knoxville, Tenn., who
Kingdom, France, Italy and Austria.
We have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a King George sees his physician every have been guests of Rossmore Inn for

, flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A day. several weeks, are returning to Washington -
this week
at Knoxville
stopping -
Kaiser \Vilhelm confessed that
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and once en route. Th.e 14a1zt
he owned 18,000 neckties.
You teach both of these hand-
patriotism. may by displaying one There are now about 1,500 Esper-
some sets on your home. anto societies in the world. TilE BEST WAY TO SHOP OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Police licenses are issued to women OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
\v. S. BRANCH cab drivers in Paris. First to be sure of getting satisfactory FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Forests sometimes take fire through service, you must go to the right Kept under the best sanitary conditions '

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE the branches of trees being rubbed to- store; but second, and undoubtedly Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freah .
t gether by the violence of the wind, the most important thing, is to know
and thus producing the friction neces- just what you want and be able to ask and pure.
r : sary to ignite them.In for it in terms that afford little or no We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

F the Japanese navy the messing opportunity for argument. Study the everything in the Meat Line

F allowance is the same for all ranks.A advertisements in the Sentinel carefully -
H. HV r. Self & Co.
E vice admiral and an ordinary sea- and constantly-then you will <
man get alike the modest of know just where to go for the things
sum PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
: S..A. Y- : 11.23 a week."Paradise you want and just where you can buyto
y
," by Tintoretto, is the best advantage. The most reliable -
largest painting in the world. It is merchants advertise in the Senti- '
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eighty-four feet wide, 38 1-2 feet high nel. The best offerings in men's, wo-
Mr. Business Man, I will and is now in the Doge's palace, Ven- men's, and children's apparel, home
ice. needs, and comforts, as well as luxuries -
offer for ten days to sub are features in the Sentinel's
, ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
divide the property cor- PROHIBITION NOTES advertisements. f

Gold mines were never deliverednor
; nerOrangeAvenueJackson They say: prohibition will destroy :
bestowed by favor. They were
. and Boone streets in the "wealth" of the liquor trust. hTe found by persistent looking. Those SHEET METAL CO.
property devoted to the manufactureof who pet the most out of Sentinel

parcels to suit purchaser.Look liquors is not wealth; it is illth.'No "wants" ready them every day.
-0- Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Advertise all the time-not extravagantly ,
: the matter over. sensible man can argue at this not wastefully, but don't give
time of day that alcohol as a bever- anybody a chance to forget you. and Rubber RoofingsCornices

age in any degree promotes physical

II efficiency..'-John-0-Newton. Dr. S. S. Jones Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

C. A. HOVEY Fairmont, Minnesota, heard Congressman -
CHIROPRACTOR Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO ,
. "Jake" Meeker for three
hours and immediately went out and graduate Davenport College 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone .
voted bitterly. The dry majority was 209. Intelligent people everywhereire
big. being restored to health by chiro- -
practic adjustments, the new scienceof
The removing cause of disease. Examination -
Reising brewery of Louisvilleis

'. IF YOU NEED bition against does the not wall.decrease Of course the sale prohi-of free. 12-24-lmo The Orlando Meat MarketT.

liquor, but everywhere distilleries and
Under New Management YANCY, Manager:
breweries are smashing, revenue receipts -
f' Letterheads Envelopes are falling and revenue em-
ployes are nursing idle hands. Smyth HouseCorner Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Cards Announcements Florida and Western Meats
The early April elections in Illinois :Main and Jefferson Sts.

banished 150 saloons. On April 20 One Block from Court House Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
: Circulars Briefs Hand twenty-six more Illinois towns will ,

vote wet or dry. FURNISHED ROOISXD: SpeciallAttenlion: to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

, -oA BOARD
Bills Catalogs or bill has been introduced into the Rates by Day or Week. Summer Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
PHONES Cor. Ave. and Church St.
Pennsylvania legislature to compel intoxicated I Rates :Now On. I "t Residence 133 Orange

to tell where their
PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE liquor was persons bought. I :MRS. J. McCAMY:

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committee of the whole agreed to I
Sentinel Job Office
Senator Straight's bill providing for

the submission of state-wide prihibi- Pure Ice reamWhen
tion in 1916.Governor.

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-.. Capper of Kansas is circulating I
through the medium of his t
1I publications the total abstinence you want PURE ICE For Party

pledge. : CREAM call for HAND'S. If
; Hammond &GoreFUNERAL ,
you don't believe that we take Clubthe
SEND ARTILLERY TO POLAND
greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool
Geneva via Paris.-A Vienna dispatch -: tubercular tested cows. All
to the Tribune says that at a I make it. You: will be surprised Socialat 1
cans, moulds and everythingused
VALUES LOW PRICES I council of war presided over by Field the care every detail is given.
Marsha] Von Hindenburg it was decided in the manufacture of our Lodgeyou
COMPARE Any kind you want, any time
that the Austrian heavy artillery Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilized. -
now before Verdun (tin the department want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder

I OUR FURNITUREWe I of ::Meuse France) shouldbe from a quart up. J

transferred to Poland and that the You are cordially invited to
Hands Pure
provide the quality i of furniture that has long Hungarian cavalry now on the western inspect our factory at any
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the front be sent back to Cracow. time. Ice Cream
standard of merit. If an article Is here it is good.
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make :Mrs. :Mary Calvert, of Orlando, i is I
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones in the city for a few days, the guest
of Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton,
at her
of this business, and that means much to any buyer. home Oklawaha I
on avenue. Many

I I years Mary ago Bennett Mrs., of Calvert Louisville, then visited Miss I I HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

MdNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, Mrs. Edward Badger in Ocala, and
she will be glad to have the friends of i
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. fl former days call on her while i in
W. Jefferson
Ocala. The Bennetts and Badgerswere PHONE 566 Street !
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THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT MAY 17 FIXED AS DATE FOR AMERICAN SARDINE PACK UI.I IIMIIIIitllitiMMiiMliMillMlliMHMIIIMMIMMMMMftMMIIiMIIIMI. .
IN FLORIDA NAVAL REVIEW IN NEW I- PROVED


(Ocala Daily Banner) YORK HARBOR Maine Packers-Giving Attention to i

Washington, April 20.-With May Producing a Quality! Sardine )
Those women who are now in Tal- % llar
lahassee askin jrthat they be given 17 selected as the date for the reviewof Washington, -D. C.-The pack of''' Day BargainsAt
the same rights and privileges enjoyed the Atlantic fleet in New York
i American sardines during the past :
by men are numbered among harbor by President Wilson, navy department !i
the ,\'E&Y best women in Florida. officials today were working j i, season was improved 33 per cent in !

For instance, Miss Caroline Bre- out the details of the review and quality, according to the food specialists !
vard is one of them. She carries a These include of the United States I
of events to follow ashore. departmentof I I
\ name that has been a household word a water carnival on the night of agriculture who have been conduct- The Big Store
in Florida ever since territorial times. land the next
:May 17 and a parade at
ing an experimental laboratory
Miss Kehoe in Tallahassee
Minnie is and marines from
day by bluejackets
Maine, during the past two .
from Pensacola. She is the rep- the fleet, federal troops and other military 'Eastport
resentative of a distinguished family. organizations.The packing seasons. This has been i Grand Continuation of Our Great Dollar Bargain Sale

And see what names are headingthe president will remain in New brought about by the fact that the

movement from Jacksonville, York until May 18, and the reviewing demonstrations in the laboratory have
Ocala and other places in Florida. party, which he will head, will include shown the Maine canners the advantage : WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAYand ii
The foremost men in the nation are members of the cabinet members -; of improved methods and of '

now advocates of this measure, whichso of congress, diplomats and oth- (,,I striving to make a quality sardine to
many of us now realize has been : meet the demand for a better class SATURDAY
o too long withheld and we hope that ers.After the events in New York, ma- !of goods which the war's interference '

'" the men composing the Florida legis- neuvers of the fleet are to be held j i with imports has 1argelincreased..

. lature will be just and generous about May 20, off Narragansett bay, I I Before the laboratory was establishedthe Every great value ot the past three days Atilt be on sale and hundreds ot New
enough to give this right to this fair
to be followed by a rendezvous in II Maine packers were competing
. portion of our population. Hampton[ Roads shortly after June bitterly amongst themselves in an effort Special Bargains uill be placed on sale.

Within the last three months ten 21. Between June 21 and 25 the fleet to produce a can of goods that

state legislature have given sweeping will begin its long cruise for San could be sold at some profit for the white and
-DRESSES
LAWNS in fancy, reguCHILD splendid
majorities W__ ,t-tgress( uv-II Francisco and pass through the Pan- low prices then offered by the jobbersand ular 12 /..c. and 15c. values, 10 yds $1.00 line to choose from, $1.::;j quality $1.00
ing majority votes of both houses for ama canal about July 4. President teh wholesalers. Under such conditions -

constitutional amendments extendingfull Wilson has definitely decided that it the packing establishments CAMBRIC: fine soft finish, yard wide LADIES DRAWERS, made of a good

suffrage to women-Massachusetts will be impossible for him to be pres- I naturally had a tendency to work for 12Uc.; quality, 12 yards for ______$1.00 quality muslin, 25c. quality, 5 for $1.00

New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania ent at the ceremony incident to the speed rather than quality in packing. :MUSLIN bleached, free from dressLADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of

Iowa, West Virginia, Ten- formal opening of the canal in July. ing :yard wide, lOco quality, 14 yds Gingham and Percales, $1.25: quali-

nessee, Arkansas South Dakota and FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN UE- for ___________________________$1.00 ty, for ---------------___-_____$1.00
Maine. IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL LIFEIt MANDPhiladelphia. .
Miss Celia Myrover Robinson, a BROWN: MUSLIN, full yard wide, 7c LADIES KIMONAS, good styles.

member of this movement and the is a fact open to our commonest .-All kinds of Florida quality, 20 yards for ____________$1.00 $1.t) quality for -------________:$1.00:;

accomplished society editor of the observation that in social life we getas vegetables continue to meet with a One lot of Lawns, Voiles, Madras LADIES WHITE SKIRTS, good qual-

Pensacola Journal, says: we give. "A man that hath friends very good demand at prices that are and Batiste, in whites, slightly ity, regular $1.25 grade for ----__$1.00

"Florida women are not afraid that must show himself friendly," says the in most cases very satisfactory. Lima soiled, worth 30c., 35c.:> and 50c. BUNGALOW APRONS, 60c. quali-

the Florida men will be behind the ancient Hebrew proverb, and this is beans are selling at 5506.50: ; green Special, 6 yards for ____________$1.00 ty, special. 2 for _____$1.00
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men of other states in farsightedness. true in modern social I beans : ;
beans ,
ever more our $3.50@4; wax $3@3.f;
SHEETS a good quality, 72x90, regBOYS PANTS $1.25 and $1.50 quali-
There are many reasons why world. One who is sociable and liberal squash, $2.50@3: ; peas, $3(0-4: ( ; toma-
__________
ular for
50c. 3 $1.00
Florida should give the women of the quality, ty, special for ____$1.00
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accessible and
toes
easily susceptible, fancy, $1@3; eggplants large
state the ballot, but ther are two spe- obliging and responsive fluent and $2.50@3.50; ;' small $1.75(3:2( :: ; peppers, SHEETS a good heavy weight, full BOYS WASH SUITS 50 differentsize

cial business reasons, and these are: free in his sympathies, abundant in $2.75@3.50; lettuce, $1@2; celery, C3c. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 ancL$1.50 quality for $1.00

"First, Florida is looking largely to charity and gifts, kindly and cour- $1@1.50; cabbage, hamper, $1.65@ PILLOW CASES, a good heavy BOYS SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, 75c

the but West for tourists and colonists, teous, qucik to react generosity, openhanded 1.75; potatoes, $5@G per barrel. Wm. grade size, 42x36, 15c. quality, 10 quality 2 for __________________$1.00
the class these that.is
of desirablewill with all classes and condi- Weinert & Co., as usual are handling for ___________________________$1.00PILLOW
not come to Florida in any large tions of people, will have hosts of their share of all kinds of Southern BOYS BATHING SUITS, 75c. quality

number until the women of the state Friends himself and be universally vegetables. CASES, 42x36 and 45x36 2 for --------______________$1.00
have the vote-they will not come made of a good heavy muslin scalloped -
popular. Everybody likes such a
per- regular 25c. quality 6 for __$1.00 CHILDREN ROMPERS, $1.25;
4 from suffrage states to make their ,
and he
son, gets back ten fold all he COMPLAINT DISMISSED quality for ________________----$1.00
home in an on-suffrage state. gives. But a cold and heartless per BEDSPREADS, large size, good

"Again, the vicious interests are son, unaproachable and unsympathetic Washington.-Complaint of the cor- weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SHOES for Misses and Children,
leaving the suffrage states and going sizes Ito 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00
stingy and mean in his gifts, suspicious poration commission of North Caro- TABLE LINEN bleached, 60 inches

into the states where women are not of every new comer, will have lina against the Southern and other wide 39c. quality, 4 yards for ____$1.00 BAREFOOT SA ALES in Tan for
enfranchised, and so Florida needs few friends and everybody will be railways charging unjust and discriminatory Misses and Children, sizes 81to 2

the suffrage for self protection." against him. The way to get freind- rates, was dismissed in part TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for ----- ________________-____$1.00
ship is to give it, our social wealth is by the Interstate Commerce Commis- wide, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality :
WHY GET MAD? generated and measured by our so- sion today. Decision on the reason- yards for _________________$1.00 LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS: ,
odd lot worth to $4.00 special$1.00
up ,
cial generosity, and as we give freelyit ableness of rates on the first six TABLE DAMASK: bleached, 2 yards
Out in Indiana there is a judge ofa shall be given unto us, good meas- classes from eastern seaboard terri- wide, pure Irish Linen, $1.25 qualiDINING ROOM: CHAIRS, solid oak,

criminal court who, when a man ure, pressed down, and shaken to- tory ot North Carolina points was reserved ty, for ______J_________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for -______________$1.00
was recently found guilty of a crime gether, and running over. for further consideration. LADIES HOSE black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS, 16 and 18 inch

gaveh im u his_ choice_ .of. going. to prison --- 50c. quality, 3 pairs for _________$1.00 regular $1.50 quality for ________$1.00

the or enlisting A in either in the the army or 'LADIES SILK GLOVES, 16 button, SUIT CASES 24 inch regular, $1.50
captain regular
navy.
black and white, $1.50 quality-- $1.00 quality, special for _____$1.00
army stationed at Indianapolis, saida --------
few things about the judge and was RIBBONS, beautiful line in plain and CURTAIN SCRIM, white and ecru.

not very particular about what he > o. fancy, worth up to 45c, 5 yards for $1.00 25c. and 29c. quality, {5 yards for$1.00
said. So the whose o."c- MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS odd lot 1.50
judge, dignitywas ,
RUGS, Crex and Wool Fibre, size 36x
thus outraged caused the arrestof quality special for _____________ $1.00
: 72, $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00
the army captain on a charge of WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quality -

contempt of court. special for _________________$1.00 FANCY ART CHINA beautifully
decorated worth $1.50 to $2.50; >
The United States government has ,
MEN'S FOUR IN HAND TIES odd
ordered the district attorney to your choice ____________________$1,00
rep- I lot, 50 e. quality, 3 for $1.00
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resent the army captain in the judge's I MEN'S UNION SUITS, one lot, regu- ALUMINUM KETTLE, 4 quart size,
court and if the captain is found $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
*' ., lar $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00
guilty there will be a case which will /'E OIKLAAQ ocwv
2 DOZEN LEADED GLASS TUM-
reach the court of the United JFvssen r jayrin _Cp w LADIES GINGHAM APRONS, 25c.
States. supreme quality, 5 for __________________$1.00 BLERS, thin and dainty for _____$1.00

,4 If the honored judge were to try LADIES GOWNS, 75c. quality, specJAPANESE BASKETS, beautiful

to arrest every one for contempt who ial, 2 for ______________________$1.00 line, worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00
has said things about him since he
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caused the army captain's arrest,
there would not be room enough for DOLLAR DAY IN GROCERY DEP'T.
them in his jail. The Week might

add a few more things, and thus be and as much betty r as it is differentLess LOT NO. 1 LOT NO.3'

numbered among those who have got- 3 Cans V. C. Cream, large, value _____30c 3 cans Tomatoes --------------____30c

ten themselves into contempt, but gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less 2 cans Tomatoes, value ____________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder ------_______35c f
what's the use? skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot. Blue Ketchup ---------------_25c
There are some things it is betterto These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this ;year. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans .Best Corn -----------_______40c

laugh about. A good laugh is val- They are assured by mechanical laws. 1 bottle B. H. Ketsup, value __________15c 3 Rolls Toilet Paper ----------______25c
uable-for health, digestion, long life. -
So let's laugh at the judge. His opin- i $1.45 $1.55 ; -
Read the Five Oakland
ion of the army and navy will not Leading LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. .
hurt either one, and there are not
enough in the country; like him to Superiorities BelowEvery 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 Ibs Best Lump Starch ________________
make the case serious. Since he isn't 1 can best California Pears, value ____30c 7 Cakes Lenox Soap ______________.:___

harmful, only funny, let's all laugh.- feature works 6 pkg. Jewell Matches, value ________30c. 3 packages Pearline ___________________
The Week. maintenance towards a definite economy- 1 bot. Lemon Extract ______________25c 2 packages Cel Starch _________________
low becomes a mere incident. Combined with 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup ________________25c 2 Ivory Soap, small ___________________
upkeep are the final touches of comfort convenience
BILLS INTRODUCED BY GRIFFIN of 1 Bottle Best Ammonia _______________
ease handling and beauty that make real .
AND NEWTONBy the up luxury.Thensee $1.40 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner ______________
Oakland-drive it-get a demonstration
that's a real road test-and decide.

Mr. Griffin, of Orange. House The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and i I YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT FOR $1
Bill No. 410.-Regulating the sizes of sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t... I
boxes for field purposes to be used by $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND.

packers of oranges, grapefruit and
lemons in the purchase of said fruit MOTOR COMPANYPontiac
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from growers, and describing the size
ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR
and construction thereof, to be knownas Michigan ,
the standard field box; committeeon

miscellaneous legislation.By I I.. I REELS AT EVERY SHOW
Mr. Griffin, of Orange, House
J. B. MAGRUDER Jr. Agent
Bill No. 411.-To permit to introduc- ,

tion in evidence of copies of certain ORLANDO, FLORIDA Universal Topical Joker Comedy
documents in civil cases where the "ANIMATED WEEKLY" '
evidence of the custodian of such doc- I-Great Strength :
Pose"AROUND THE WORLD IN
I with light weight. = Victor Drama, 2 reels Harry Myers, I TEN
uments is taken upon deposition and
Theby MINUTES"
where the original documents can not 2.-High Speed Motor o mary"PLAYING WITH FIRE" j
conveniently be attached to the depo- I with great power. I
sition or produced at the trial, and -
Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.YowellDiickworth. Admission Nights 5c. and lOc. ;
prescribing rules for the introductionof 3-Low center of ,
such evidence; committee on judiciary -I of gravity with usual I
B. 4.
I road clearance.
By Mr. Newton, of Orange House
4-F lying wedge
Bill No. Co.
438.-Providing for teachers'training a
Lines with least wind 1
department in certain senior resistance.
high schools and making an appropri- E EOrlando's EI I

ation therefor; committee on educa- 5-Economy with O O "
tion. Luxury. jLargest Store. "Quality Did It.

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I Mrs. C. Ives, who has spent the I I It:
season in Orlando with her sister, i
Mrs. W. W. South ate. left yesterday |
afternoon for her home in Fort Thomas j
Ky. Mrs. I\es is very fond of |
:'- :: the City Beautiful and has many I j FOR SALE
C. ; friends here who hope to have her ', I
with them again next season.
ida, as I I
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Daily Daily. 6 I I Application for Tax Deed Under: i iI t
Daily 3 I Section 8 of Chapter 4S88, II .
Daily 1 Laws of Florida l Dj f, pr T'T -T7-T', T j
Country estate of T T
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!!, : Notice is hereby---given that F. II +ll'A-4T vT rTT r rrr ill
T)
ALL :Maguire, of Ocoee, Fla., purchaser of \' 350 acres, large two .TT.TY TT tl ,fY
tax certificate No. 551, dated the th I 1
day of April, A. D. 1892: has filed i i story dwellmghandsome -
:: said certificate in my office and has
Copy made application for tax deed to issuein lake front,
jUice of accordance with law. Said certifi-
the day cate embraces the following described $9000.00.Six .
to i property, situated in Orange county,
I Florida, to-wit:
I Lot 15, block 2, Ocoee. The said
tinued i land being assessed at the date of the
the date issuance of such certificate in the mod-
acre grove, b l I
until name of Unknown. ,
... Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law, tax deed ern cottage and out- :
will issue thereon on the 24th day of
:May A. D. 1915. buildings, $4000.00. :
Witness by official signature and
seal" this the 21st day of April, A. D.

of 1915.Seal..) B. M. ROBINSON, OUR
Clerk Circuit Court Orange
No i County, Florida.
teach ) : By M. A. HOWARD, D. C. Call on


The I BIlekI__ nStci'Doctors& Briindagc_ ( I S. G. Dolive & Son SEWING\ WEEK


to :: Reai Estate and Insurance
OSTEOPATHS Is sure creating some excitement. We intend -
feat. .
Personal instruction under Dr. Still ORLAN DO, FLORIDA that it should. If 'you have a .Sin -
at Kirksville, Mo. er" or any other make of machine make
J. O No. 3 W. Pine Second Floor
unrest 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples it a "Hummer( this week. We'll do our
National Bank. Phone 578. part and do it well too in RIGHT prices !
say I -and we'll also refund 10 cents on every
dollar purchase made this week.

ing I In every City or Town ot Importance-

ing 1 l' wherever a store of the size, character,
I I and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrif-
The ty community-SEWING WEEK is a distinct -
he :: I feature.

and Aside from the money saving advantages of t
HOME DRESSMAKING which this store cannottoo
strongly' advocate-we believe the habit of'o'
it is setting aside one week-say in each month-is
lando going to become and
more more general.
> Magnolia AvenueI
It developes initiative, resourcefulnessand
At a keener appreciation of good values,
that it have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- which to economical women-TO YOU-

that uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. will become more valuable as time passes.To .

about all who have ever felt that they are,with all
This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
their work and planning not accomplishing as
number of bearing fruit trees.I .
much as should be accomplished towards replen-
SAYS
A -will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof ishing the children's and their own wardrobes,

nut; feet off south end. SEVIXG'EEK OFFERS UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES -
self I"r":
The house is in good condition and is arranged into
if Carl' light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income II The joy of making something useful-and the sat-
isfaction which with that
comes knowing
spare
of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I I
moments used
are being to good purpose-will be
bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT YOURS the minute you enter the spirit of SEW-
THE OF I I BARGAIN. ING WEEK and turn it to practical account.

Cash or terms. TO FACILITATE your efforts along
Judge these lines, we will arrange suggestive
upon Sewing Week Displays in the windows and
the : throughout the store, demonstrating the
". made garment and also giving the actual
costs, that we are sure you will appreciate.

the There Will Be Special OfferingsIn
S. Y. WAY
tion is Silks, Dress and Wash Goods, special offer- '
: 0." ings in Linings, Embroideries Laces, Trimmingsand
Notions. "

that states Insurance and Real Estate Agent SPECIAL SALES

In Dress Lawns, Muslins, Domestics and all
kindred lines.
so PHONE 172
L t ning COME FOR SUGGESTIONS

gions I IF YOU are in doubt as to what you
is want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN

f The MAKE TO BEST ADVANTAGE,
I The Pictorial Review Patterns,

t : ; the recognized Standard all over the

They ; States-can help you.

l- beer. -0 0c AS A STILL further inducement to get YOU '
ern interested in this BIG plan we will return to you
power for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on
F- urally, ; every dollar. This is in addition to the special

t E all brewin that week.prices prevelant throughout the store during the

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openly DAY BY DAY SPECIALS

,. i iI I \\"Wunderhose" Hosiery, 3 and
iI 4 pairs to a box, regular $1.00 box,

+, FOR iI I Sewing week______________________G9c

i r : : I Snaps, black and white, regular lOc.
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FOR ; dozen, Sewing COLLAR week,SUPPORTS 3 dozen for _____lOc .


F. -W. : ,. Regular lOc. card, Sewing Week, 2 for__5c f
:' MADRAS SHIRTINGS
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FOR Extra fine quality, colored stripe
i r ern effects on white grounds, over 50
t take i patterns, Sewing Week, yard -_______25c;
I
6# hotel.part Many worth double. .See window display

of I WE ARE LOOKING: FOR YOU !

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t you
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t i f Nice in Your1ornpiexioii DICKSON-1VESCO. I

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sell TO THE LADIES
time. Miss Mae :Morrison, a noted beauty specialist will be
you at my store all this week.
No. 1 Appointments made in your own home by: phone.A I .DEPARTMENT STORE.
free facial and advice will
few massages personal
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sen a Don't fail to take advantage of this much talked of I ORLANDO'S: FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE I
will
beauty specialist.MERUIi'S. The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

I r night PHARMACY of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer- I.

'. city chandise, at right prices
,.Ji THE REXALL STORE I '

May will Phone 68. Quick Delivery II I II

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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE I words that united them in the holy Admission; ; ;5
% WEEK bonds of matrimony. As the bridal i I ,I

party departed from the altar Miss i I :
Thursday, April 22. I Branch rendered Mendelssohn's"Wed- t .. . > . i i "
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Chicken pilau dinner at Country Club ding March." TODAY
at 6 8 o'clock. I Thus Mr. and Mrs. Cheney under I II I
\ o'clock dancing, II 4 Keels 1
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Golf tournament at Country Club, all the most auspicious circumstancesand II I :
dav, dub trophy, a loving cup. I in the presence of a large num- I "- "Round Up at )' 'I If
Here and There Club, Mrs. P. Palen ber of loving friends entered upon I today at the Favorite. :
their wedded carrying with greatest Wild West '\ -
hostess. voyage D II
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Rybolt, at the I them the sincere congratulations of I II in this city. If you :
Melrose hostess. their loyal friends, relatives and ac- I shows don't miss this I

Rosalind Club. I i quaintances.Mrs. FRIDAYthe I ,
is beloved "
Cheney a young great sensational
Friday, April 23.
Nullos Club, bridge-luncheon, San lady who has lived in Orlando nearlyher i WORLD FILM CORPORATION ploits of Elain" starts i IN "
Juan )hotel, Mrs.V.. II. Lewis hos- entire life and consequently has episode. Don't miss it. JEWELRY
tess. won a host of admirers who have be- I you will always wish ;
Entre Xous Club, Mrs. Firnkoess hos- come attached to her by reason of her the first. get quality here for the

tess, at home of Mrs. C. G. West- many virtues, her warm heart and I Presents Five cents to all. you get intrinsic value for '
her charming personality. She is a
cott. can choose from
daughter of Capt. B. M. Robinson,the I an as-
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| Saturday, April 24. I
Auction Bridge Club. clerk of the circuit court of Orange tained many roses and ;
. county, one of Orlando's first citizens On the porch in a vine
Sunday, April 25; CLARA KIMBALL YOUNGIN
and leader in this section of the the bowl
Memorial a ner punch
Day, U. D. C. JEWELERS.
Monday, April 26. state. brilliant hued _
'I Mr. Cheney is general manager of idence. Each guest ,
Civic League meeting, at Mrs. J. T.Fuller's
the Orlando Water and Light Company square of Turkish [ .elI
residence.-0--- i I. a graduate of Dartmouth College skein of prettily colored f :: I
I class of 1911. At college he be- which to finish off
CHENEY-ROBINSON WEDDING came affiliated with the Chi Phi fra- I these very useful I
A BEAUTIFUL EVENT. j i' ternity and was generally actively interested sented to the bride to : I
The climax of Orlando's most not- in the various affairs of that
able social season was reached last i I "THE DEEP PURPLE"I Continued on ) .\ SAVING IN PAINT
institution. He is a son of Judge and
evening when Miss Fanny Sophia Mrs. J. M. Cheney, and is a leader in I made by buying cheap paints
Robinson, daughter of Capt. and Mrs.B. PRICES"o
the business and social life of Or- I purchasing the best
M. Robinson, was united in mar- lando. very
riage to Mr. Donald Alexander Cheney -,i i The prestige of the Robinson and I such for instance as we han
son of Judge and Mrs. J. M. Che- Cheney families, the enviable position Liebler Feature in Five Parts Just think how much more poor

ney, at 9 o'clock at the Presbyterian.i they occupy in the commercial and I cost you if you have to keep
church, the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg I
I socail life of Orlando, their
many
i them or two.
.. every year
officiating. The beautiful and impressive friends and large acquaintanceshipare I
I TODAY how much cheaper
our
Presbyterian ring cere- I features that easily make the are
mony was used. Following the wed- union of last evening one of the most which last t\\e or three times
ding a reception was tendered the immediate notable in the city and this section of I .
families, the bridal party and Florida.

the assistants by Capt. and Mrs. Rob- The bride was attired in a simplebut I "THE AFFAIR OF Paint & Wall Paper Co
inson at their home on East Jackson beautiful gown of chiffon with a II I

street. court train of satin and trimmings of SERTED 205 S. Orange Avenue
Before the wedding the guests were I swan's down and seed pearl garni- I i

privileged to listen to a most delight- i tures. She wore a veil with a wreath Phone 261
iul l and enjoyable musical program of orange blossoms and carried a gor- SHEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" A Kalem Special
given by Miss Roberta Branch, Mr. of bride's and
geous bouquet roses I plete in two parts."BASEBALL .
Forrest Dabney Carr, and Mr. Fritz lilies of the valley. Adding to the
Hauer. The guests were escorted to I charm of her costume was a pearl
their seats by the ushers, and the I brooch which was worn by her motheron I
white ribbons to the pews were raised the occasion of her marriage. _
by little Theresa and Harriet Robin- i Miss :Mary Robinson, the bride's I AND COMPANY
V son and Margaret Rush. sister and maid of honor was charmingly -
The musical program commencedat dressed in green taffeta veiledin
, 8:30 o'clock and was pleasing and white tulle and trimmed in silver A Lubin Comedy. for
finished, consisting of the following lace. The bridesmaids also wore
numbers: Schubert's Serenade; The j gowns of green taffeta with silver 10 cents 20 centstia I
Barcarole, from "The Tales of Hoffman i lace trimmings. The gowns of all FIELD
"THE BARRIER
Miss Branch at the pipe organ; I the attendants were made in the prevailing -
Meditation from "Thais," Air. Hauer 'I round length style and with Incabators

on the violin; and Mr. Carr sang agroup i them were worn slippers of silver A Vitagraph Drama. I

of songs, "I Can Not "Tell, II. cloth.. Beautiful arm bouquets of I
'HowIany Times Do I Love and PLANTING
Richmond roses were carried by the
"Love Hath Won," and Mr. Hauer, a j attendants. The guests were in evening I II | -
violin solo, "To a Wild Rose." dress. I Johnson and one of its members, I I Avenue

The setting for the wedding was Following the wedding a reception I', Mrs. W. S. Branch. Appropriate dec- G I I!
perfect. The interior of the beautiful was given by Capt. and Mrs. Robinson orations were used in the form of FOUR BIG REELS
new Presbyterian church was at their home on East Jackson j many red Cupids and hearts. On all I
handsomely and artistically decorated, street. The guests were received in the draperies in both living rooms I
the predominating color scheme of the tea room which was converted and hanging from the chandeliers and "SAME LITTLE Ads For Results
white and green being effectively car- into a veritable bower, the ceiling being mantel pieces were strung Cupids of i
ried out. Sweeping festoons of as- j covered with evergreen branches various sizes, and in the arch of the
paragus ferns were intertwined in k I through which miniature electric music room the letters S.-A. in red
and suspended from the electric fix- lights peeped. The living room was intertwined with asparagus fern were
tures, and over the center aisle wasa decorated in various colored roses, hung. Amaryllis, asparagus fern, -
hanging basket filled with ferns and I the dining room in sweet peas. A I red gladiolas and nasturtiums were
tied with white tulle. Asparagusferns salad and ice course was served. The used in this room. Vases were placedon
also tied with ribbon, orna- 'punch bowl was presided over by Mrs. the piano, in the windows, and in FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
mented the seats. Merle McElroy and Mrs. Gray RushIn every available space. The library ---- -
The altar background was a mass the library coffee was served by mantel piece held a large bouquet of
of Southern smilax and palms, broken Miss Mollie Ray and Mrs. William red carnations, and sweet peas of red
by an artistic bouquet of white car- Randolph Harney of Jacksonville. pink and white shades were also used Established 1886
nations, ascension lilies and burning Souvenirs were dainty white cake effectively. The dining room con- I
white candles in candelabras. Above
boxes with "C-R" "
and 1915" in silver
the center of the altar and slightly embossed upon the cover. i
behind it was a white dove with a Mr. and
Mrs. Cheney were presented -
halo of ferns. at 9 CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
green Promptly with
o'clock the wedding party entered the and beautiful a great presents quantity, including of useful exquisite Orlando Wood Yard
auditorium to the strains of the Tri-
china, silver, cut glass, pic-
umphal March, from "Aida, played
tures, and innumerable other gifts
t on the pipe organ by Miss Roberta Removed from Pine St. two blocks
that make
Branch. go to an attractive home. LOANS
The guests from out of the city included north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Mr. R. Ellerbe of Sanford
Douglas ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. El
Mr. Chenev's brother-in-law, and Mr. lerbe ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
of Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
1lerlelcElroy, Mr. Louis Dolive, and liam Randolph Harney of Jacksonville all times. REAL_ ESTATE RENTALS
Mr. Marion B. Ives, the ushers,
pre- \ .
:Marguerite Drennen of Big i
ceded the party, followed by the Stone Gap, Va., Mr. and Mrs. E. II.
groomsmen, Mr. Randolph Robinsonof Brewer and Miss Eda Brewer of Cort-

Jacksonville, Miss Robinson'sbrother land, N. Y., Mr. Walter Coble of B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE
and W. Tilden.
Mr. L. Miami, Miss Shirley Montague of
Following the groomsmen came the Jacksonville.

bridesmaids Miss Shirley Montagueof After a trip on the East Coast and 344
Jacksonville and Miss Eda Brewerof
to Havana Cuba
Mr. and Mrs. Cheney -
Cortland, N. Y., followed by the will
return to Orlando, making
attractive maid of honor Miss Mary their home
near Lake Concord. Mrs. For Sale
Robinson, a sister of the bride, who
Cheney wore a traveling costume of
then came in on the arm of her father blue silk OSTEOPATHYDR.
navy and with it a chic hat
Capt. Robinson. Simultaneously and dainty accessories to match.
Mr. Cheney and his best man, Mr.
It Joseph Clieney: his brother, walked I IN HONOR OF-0- J. C. HOWELL House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price
from the
vestry on the left, meeting
Miss Robinson and her father at the MISS SLEMONS.Miss Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
altar. Antoinette Slemons Kirksville Graduate $4500.00. A bargain.
who is to Free
I Consultation
An added touch of sentiment was be married to Mr. John Arnold early t
given to the Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
impressive ceremony as in June was yesterday the honoreeat
Mr. Hauer, the violinist, softly played I a delightful party, given by the HoteL j
Liszt's "Lieberstraum" while the happy 'members of the Shakespeare Club at Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
and beloved parties spoke the the home of its president. Mrs. Lucre- Orlando Fla.

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WANTED J-/u.n.il>or',, Ietrixl: Shiiig1esORLANDO
I Lake Site
SENTINEL i WANTED saw-mill-timber 3,000 to near 6,000 Orlando acres ad-of

dress Box 727. 4-17-6t

WANTSThe WANTED-By May 1st, clerical posi-
tion by young married man, with
7- i three years experience in railroad office -
Two. n__ I and have a good knowledge of
bookkeeping. Can furnish a refer-
Morning Sentinel Want ence. Am a hustler. G. P. Lo\ell
Directory is the Greatest Want care A. C. L. Depot Ticket Office Or- ,
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. lando. 4-21-St

Terms Cash in Advance. WANTED-By 1st clerical position -
by young married man, with
136 with beautiful frontage
acres -
RATES three years experience in railroad office -
on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t and have a good knowledge of Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
i>- For Three Days ____________50c bookkeeping. Can furnish a refer- ,
t $15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c ence. Am a hustler. L. P. Lovell, ---_____ ]I:
For One Month ____________$ .50 are A. C. L. Depot Ticket Office, Or-
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of lando. 4-20-31 r.
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate MONEY TO LOAN on improved high
will be one cent per word for class city property in amounts from
$20.00'per acre. each additional word, for each in- $1,000 to $5,000. Apply to Cooper &
sertion.If Atha, 114 South Orange avenue.
.
..
you can't bring your ad to 4-20-3t
See E. B. Bradley Quick.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be Kodak finishing left at Robinson's <
payable the following day. Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
next day. 3-3-tf -,1

ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Every Home-Every Man has use Business for a TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
_ Sentinel Want Ad. repairs of all kinds done ; 1 : --J
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; -
W.tkn! Block PHONE 504 screen doors and windows a specialty; t
sleeping porches, counters, shelving
FOR SALE garages, office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get our
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Two good milk cows; orices. 18 East Church street. f
prices reasonable. See J. C. Johnson postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo
Formosa. 4-21-6t
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can buy foundation Take your Kodak films to Robin-
atone building blocks, side FOR SALE-A Bargain 1200 lb. 7- son. "3-3-tf
-
walk tile, or anything in my yr. old mules, $350, fat and sound.
line at reduced. Call around Fred W. Wilmott. 4-20-Gt CUT FLOWERS TO ORDER-Carna-
. tions. Miss. Hope Starbuck, 405; *:.
and let surprise on
me you FOR SALE-Purest bred White In-
Livingston Phone
avenue. 521.
prices. dian Runner duck eggs for hatching; 4-18-3tc Cwi rHl l
one dollar per twei\e. Also a few I I
F. D. GORE, choice breeding pens. Now's the timeto 1
hatch 'em. W. K. Hale, Route 1, BUYERS AND SELLERSI
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. Orlando Fla. 4-13-6t' buy, sell rent, and exchange real) .
estate.; Have resided in Orlando, Fla., rI'
I' Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. FOR SALE-Ford Roadster, 191 over 30 years. Have handled over
model in good condition, cheap for $20,000,000. Call and see m,.
L cash, phone 363. P. O. Box 206. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
4203t'FOR

f I SALE-Garage, fully equipped, Dr. F. F. Thompson
l plenty of work. If you are a me-
l r{ DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER chanic this is your opportunity: ,small DENTIST
f Office corner Orange Avenue and amount capital required. Address I
Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf I 113; S. Orange Ave, over Curtis R I'
l i Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., --- '
Phone 419.Great. O'Neals. f
t FOR SALE-Choice cut roses and
s bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronspn, Bar- --
i I tholomew Place Colonial Drive. .
4-16-2W PHONE 646

Reduction FOR SALE-On account of impor- For Eight Cylinder (adillac
;a, tant business I will sell my entire
r stock of groceries and fixtures, situa- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
ted on Orange F. J. Jones
Sale avenue. ,
on
f Giles & Hovey building. 4-16-Gt BARNARD & SON

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FOR SALEA 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
Jams Jellies clean nice cash business for a f2-10-im ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit
\ purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
f and 4-9-tf .Cut Flowers GAS DEPARTMENTUNUSUAL

FOR SALE Modern home; eight
rooms and bath; orange trees and ..
Canned FruitsWe large oak; seven minutes walk to n '
----
and Plants
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner

have than desire to 412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo GOS[ JUST
more we JONES THE SAME
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
carry in stock, so we are going to give cottage, seven rooms and bath, Floral Designs REASON
modern conveniences, roomy porches
them at cost price.
away. I excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf
Sale will last all this week.
-FOR ANUNUSUAL -
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock My bus line which has been serving for fourteen
you
and best
tools farm in county; va-
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- .Violet Dell Flails! months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock PRICEon
CARUTHERS & GORE
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- same time it always has.
er. 1.16-tfe

New Modern G ORANGE BLOSSOM HONEY in one J.: M. CARUTHERSPhone TIME TABLE f
Grocery
lb. boxes for sale in large or small two fine lots, ten min-
lots. John W. Saults, 601 E. Amelia Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans. The Jeweler. i
ave., Orlando, Fla. 4211t'FOR 509. 408 South Lake St. utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200

RENT on one of the best streets. WEST BOUND EAST BaUD

6 and 8 East Pine St. FOR RENT-New furnished house, Citrus trees, walks, fence, Read Down Read UpCAREY
Do Your I
complete for housekeeping: or two
I I.A.l\1.! P. 1\1. A.l\1. P. \1. P. 1\1.
or three rooms, all conveniences; rent etc. I\A. !
reasonable. 211 East Jackson street,
near Methodist church. 4-21-St I ElectricFixtures Orlando 6:3010.15 3:00 I 9.30 1.301 6.00

Orlan ..Was Ocoee 7:3011,15; 4:00: 8.3C 12.30, 5.00
o. ink on FOR RENT-Three furnished housekeeping SEE ME immediately if Winter Garden I
rooms, including kitchen; Look'' 7:45'11:30 4"30 8.1512.15 4.45
fine location near Lake Ecla; fifteen interested as sale must be Oakland 8:00--- 4:30: : 8.00- 4.30
dollars per month. One room five

street.dollars per month. 403 East 4-21-St Pine Old and made at once or not at all, i -

DRAWING ROOM at present prices.
FOR RENT Three furnished housekeeping Worn Out ?
Car rooms, including kitchen,
Sleeping fine location near Lake Eola, ten dollars HANDFUNERAL
per month. One room five dollarsper ---.
month. 403 E. Pine st. 4-20-3t* I have established a plant for
First Car March 16
on the refinishing of all metal
FOR RENT-Two rooms furnishedor DIRECTOR
unfurnished. 703 Anderson St DR. A. J. TAYLORP"ON
VIA 4-18-6t I fixtures and brass beds. This I AND EMBALMERAll

FOR RENT May 1st, 6-room unfur- work is done at a small cost, and
:W96
nished cottage,near lake Lucerne, 108 *
Atlantic Coast Line
America st., just remodeled, new bath makes your fixtures look like
room with gas, hot water heater, 905 East Central AienueDON'T I
Standard Railroad of the South screens, closets, wide veranda and new. calls answered Promptly Dayor
back porch chicken house and 4
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. gas, electricity and sewer connection.garage Stock of second hand fixturesfor Night. Hand Block. t

Apply 75, care Sentinel or phone 573. sale. f

Tuesdays, Thursdaysand 4186t'FOR Phone 652; and I will call and Orlando Florida.PHONE
SaturdaysLeaving RENT-Seven room furnishedor WORRYIf .
unfurnished house, for the sea- estimate your job.
son or by the year; rent very reason- 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
Orlando on Train 82, able. Inquire 208 Garland street. ,
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays 4-16-61
and Saturdays.For L. W. LEWIS.
FOR RENT New, Modern Five you are disappointedabout
Reservations and Tickets room house. Apply 510 W. Central. getting a new Easter -

call on A. IC. L Local Ticket FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Suit we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
Agent. mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. I IVancey. old one in good condi-
3-28-tfc I' CLINT BASSPHONE our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
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NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, 373 ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers r

10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. I WestJeffersonStreet; I atFinley's

i"' I Successor to .ORIANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
For cleanest, clearest Kodak finish- I .
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf : Hand Wood Company I Dry Cleaning PioneerJust

FOR RENT Three room flats, fur- Steam Cleaning
Wood of All Kinds
DR. L
H.
RAMSDELL
nished or unfurnished; low rates to I Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court I
OPTOMETRIST permanents; close in; vacancies in PROMPT SERVICE 1
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE two houses; all improvements. See I II I streets.
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owner 301 East Livingston avenue. REASONABLE PRICES ---
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES 3-30-lmo Contractor for and
Umbrellas recovered and repaired Painting Decorating. Phone 67.
AND DO ALL KINDS OF I
OPTICAL REPAIRING Get the news In the Sentinel first. The want ad.'s the thing. "while Shop. 21 you E.wait Pine,"St.at Young's 2-4-lyrc Repair I

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

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SWISS KEEP WARM BY MEANSOF cious workshop, and numerous private -I SCIENTIFIC KITE FLYINGTeh : I ing his box kite too large.A I developed will soon enable him to flya terminated not only because; of his I
PAPER BULLETS families hastened to lend all the' I I good size for the first kite, to be kite off a roof or up from a narrow j I filthy] habits. but also because he is I
necessary utensils in the way of tubs, i i iI kite season is right here. Every -; flown with common white wrapping street. dangerous to humanity. He visits pa-
.1 "Paper bullets?" you will ask with baskets, drying apparatus, chairs, boy enjoys the peculiar delight of twine, is 24x12 inches on the panels, tients who are sick with typhoid fever -
justified amazement. "Surely this etc. sending a kite off into the sky, but i t: with the paper extending not more THE DEADLY HOUSE FLY tuberculosis and other germ dis-
must be a joke, for no such inoffen- I As in the case of the famous Agency -' too many boys content themselveswith than seven inches down on each end. eases and by means of his feet his
sive missiles have ever been used in of the Prisoners of War at Geneva, a kite bought at a toy shop or i I The range of variations in the possi- Right now is the time to think seriously hairy legs and body he trails the dis-
warfare, and especially not in the war whose gigantic activity is supportedby ,an old fashioned contraption of paper, : ble dimensions is great, and no fixed of swatting the fly. Very ease-producing bacteria everywherehe
fought at present, whose most remarkable over 1,200 voluntary workers, be- sticks, and a rag tail. j I figures can be gen for "the best I soon warm days will be here and then I goes."
features are its cruel wea- longing to the most select of Gene- I To Boy Scouts in particular the kite." Light, reasonably strong wood the wintered-over, fly comes out of its Careful examination according to
pons." Nevertheless, it is true. Pa- vese society, so does this undertaking -,business of kite flying can be made 'j of straight grain should be used for i hiding place and begins its work of I the experiment station specialist,
per bullets have been made in enor- enjoy the co-operation of a vast of unusual interest by making a real j the sticks. The joints and connec- : spreading disease and death. I shows that each fly, on the average
mous quantities in Switzerland. in I army of volunteers.As I study of the principles and by build- tions should be spliced with waxed According to figures sent out as a carries about one million, five hundred
that Island of Peace whose inhab- may readily be imagined, it is ing real kites. Of course, about 85 string, as nails, brads, and wire havea warning by the New Jersey agricul- I thousand germs of various kinds
itants are ever active in helping to by no means a very pleasant task to per cent. of the fun is in the makingof I way of splitting out and weakening tural experiment station, one win- !on his body.
lessen the unspeakable suffering shape balls from the not very appe- the kite, anyway. I the kite frame. tered-over female fly, appearing on <
which prevails in the belligerent tizing paste formed by soaked news- There probably are more than a I After successfully designing a small the domestic scene on April 15, will An 8x10 Kodak enlargement freeat
\.. neighboring countries. I I papers. But it matters not; many hundred good kite designs, but the I box kite the builder can readily pro- by September 10 have produced a Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
J delicate hands which have before efficient all based ;ceed with increases in
While Switzerland herself quite I never most designs are on size and brood of 5,598,720,000,000 flies.
naturally is feeling the effects of the j done such work have become experts the first of the celular kites inventedby I changes in design to the limit of his This is not mere guess work, but
war, she has already distinguished :1 in the making of paper bullets. Lieut. Hargrave of Australia. In ingenuity. Large kties can be flown I scientific calculation. Here is the NOTICE APPLICATION PAHDON: FOR
herself by her keen foresight and her i Brotherly love and charity make them the United States this is more generally -I upon a linen cord known as shoemakers' way it is figured out: April 15, one
wonderful ability in meeting the many i forget the unpleasant part of it, fori I known as the box kite, and in scientific -, thread, obtainable in 500 and wintered-over female fly; May 1, 120; Notice is hereby given that Louis
difficult problems which have con- i i they know that their efforts will pro- i circles, where it finds practical ;,1,000 yard spools. This will readily I May 28, 7,200; June 20132,000; July Kilgore] of who Criminal was at Court the of Novemberterm Record,
fronted her since the outbreak of hos- :vide warmth to many a home whose use, it is called the Blue Hill kite. j handle a pair of box kites 5 feet tall, .
10, 25,920,000; July 2'J, 1,555,200,000; Orange County, Florida, 1914, convicted -
tilities. The Swiss are, first of all, a supporter can not afford to buy a suf- I'I This Hargrave or box kite is almost -j I flown tandem. August 18, 93,312,000,000: ; September of the offense of carnal intercourse -
practical nation, and when the priceof ficient quantity of the regular expen- !I as easily made as the old style I j Tandem kite flying enables the lead 10, 5,598,720,000,000."The with unmarried female under
fuel went up last autumn a clever sive fuel. \' three stick kite, with its cumbersome, I kite to reach greater heights, as the 18 years of age, and on the 15th of
of the
importance
fly ,
I as a November, 1U14, sentenced by said
citizen of Geneva invented the paper Paper is received daily in generous unworkmanlike tail. A pocket knife, I I secondary kite lightens a larger parti I carrier or distributor of disease," says court, will apply to the Board of Par-
bullets, the unique features of whichare quantities, but as the success of the I I a few straight, workable sticks, i i of the weight of the line. the experiment station's warning, (ions at Tallahassee. Florida. for a
that they are cheap, that they balls depends upon the substance having I string, paper, and paste are all that i The tandem method is used in the "has been demonstrated again and pardon of such conviction at its next
% burn slowly and that they retain the I been reduced to a regular paste, I you need, plus a little skill with the weather service when heavy record- again. There is nothing too filthy for regular meeting.LOUIS KILGORE.
heat in the hearth for a 'long time. (expensive thick or glazed paper can knife. II ing instruments are carried into the the fly to eat. The fly should be ex 4-21-10tc
" The manufacture of this novel kind not be used. As many as 800 of these ]I'j Dimensions may vary according to sky on kites. It has also been used in
of fuel is very simple: Soak paper of balls are generally made in one workshop j!j the desire of the builder, and from experimentation -I military experiments with the big -- --- -
the ordinary quality in water until it a day, and as the local relief I I I'I a great deal can be I man carrying kites used to send up
forms a soft paste. With your hands committees donate or sell them to the learned that is of value to any boy I observers. The weather and military Why don't you call and let us quote you our low
you then press and shape this paste needy families for a mere trifle, they |I I I student of aviation. In this connec- I kites are flown on strong steel piano
into balls, which have to be dried in I are indeed the most wonderful bullets tion it is interesting to know that the wire, wound on reels operated with
the sun, or simply in the open air. yet invented during this war. box kite is really an ancestor of the electric motors or engines. Kites have Summer Rates at the
When thoroughly dried they burn well I I 1 I I aeroplane. From the box kite and been used also to carry up camerasto
and supply splendid warmth. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Chair what it taught came the gliders which take panoramic views, for mapmaking
When the first trials showed that Car party'to Washington and New the Wrights equipped with an engine I and other purposes. The I Err.l.pire: SotelThe ::
York, Wednesday night, April 28, via p
the invention was a good one, some the Atlantic Coast Line. Rate S I7.<,0. and transformed into the first bi- J most common practical use of the kite !
local committees undertook to establish : See C. F. Bieler 820 West Central plane. I is in the floating of signs and advertising -I added
Lunch Room ,
Room with the Quick
a wholesale manufacture of these avenue. Get :jour identification: cards The illustration shows a typicalbox devices. Dining
bullets. One generous gentleman agent.from city ticket agent or depot 4-13-tf ticket kite which may be depended uponto I J I The boy kite flyers had best begin II makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
placed his garage at the disposal of fly with little manipulation. The j I some place in the open, and steer I
' the workers, another offered a spa- Get the news in the Sentinel 1 rst. beginner will do well not to try mak- I clear of overhead wires; but the skill I H

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WATC" fOR REMINGTON CREATIONSPow T -Some FineREAL


ESTATE OFFERINGS

Speed, Silence and Convenience

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Remington z -- Remington .


Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years for $7,500.00 per year
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.
Quality y r Refinment
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14 Dwelling Houses Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage 3000.
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property. I
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Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. -
Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for 36000.00 per year.
Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt.


Price $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land Bowling
Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00.Iortgage
$7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.
THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATIONIn


a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
.. rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price S25,000.00.Iortgage $11,500.00. Want good
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.
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We have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort
a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -
Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.
the occupants.


We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago
Income Property.WARING.

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cornmands

respect.

REALTY COMPANY

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


Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, R. D. WARING, Mgr.Or .

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim

PINE CASTLE REALTY COMPANYPine


FLORIDA REMINGTON MOTOR CO. Castle, Fla.


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



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LOCAL AND PERSONALMr.


Walter Drennen left Orlando
Tuesday afternoon for New York city
to look after business matters.Mr. .


M. Moreman, one of the Think hJs
state's largest horticulturists, is in over
Orlando from Switzerland on one of -
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I ORLANDO SOCIETY t_


@, I (Continued from page 5) ; J'.... :r1'.b.;... : J v- Majrruder, Jr., and Miss Sue :\Ia ruder ;. 1Z. ; > '
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sang appropriate love songs during -....;. '\1':;) -4 4' In In:00. t I -_ '"
the afternoon. After the seizing ; -:( ;:<;t \ ,', '
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l was done a large express box was del -" \ <: 9-71t 7 ,.,
livered at the door for Miss Slemons. t't\ ""'$'. x. ::l=
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This was gaily decorated and on be- o fI .. "t f. h?
opened in front of the guests was s. : :
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I t found to contain remembrances from :
I the club members in the way of linen, "'- "lJ\\1-\ ; ; EiLi
A BANK FOR ALL THE I : china and books. Brick ice cream in < -_ ,-'r-... j ; N"'IR'--
which reposed tiny Cupids, cake with ." / J'"
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FAMILYThe : arrow-pierced hearts on the frosting, "' ''' LI- .. .. .- '-.-- .
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Varnes :Mrs. David Rogers, Miss Bet- \ "/oMI'f'- ; .
boy or girl, young : ty Fudge, and Miss Sarah Slemons. : \. '-.. "' 'f.. 1I' ,. -- : : ..
man, business woman and : The affair of yesterday was the first \'', ,' I ,. ..;. I .f.i... -.. ;: 'j. ;-'--._ -_ :'.__ I
housewife will all find this of many which have been plannedfor '''' ', ... # -_--:=-"'-- ./ ./ .- .
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Bank useful from their own :Miss Slemons, who since her girlhood ". : 'l.ll I* ( J ;. .
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I has been unusually popular witha (, : 1 "
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j particular point of view. The 'I host of friends, both :young and !"'Who ih.Monoyr '. ;1'l" -; :
broad and efficient service old. sets :.'
the of all --()- :
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classes and covers every POPULAR ORLANDO YOUNG ] c\ "ru-...,.j

banking need as applied to TONIGHT.LADY WILL MARRIED: you e\.rn.'l ,} -'

both. Thursday afternoon the attractive
Savings Accounts and Check- home of :Mrs. S. Arthur White, at :Me- $2,511.90
ing Accounts bane, N. C., was the scene of one of INTEREST PAID TO OUR DEPOSITORSON
the most brilliant social events of the
season, when she announced the approaching APRIL 1, BASED ON H PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
THE STATE BANK OF marriage of her cousin,
Miss Ruth II. Thompson, of Orlando, HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS?
ORLANDO Fla., to F. N. :Mebane of South Bos- J
ton, Va. The wedding will take place ..
I Thursday, April 22. Rook was played $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER

during the afternoon. Elaborate refreshments CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.
served in three


[[Q] lm] boy course delivered courses.rang read.had the After announcing been There were bell served and fruit followed the,and the a telegram messenger ice a weddingwas creamin salad he Peoples National Bank


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"IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU.
the shape of wedding bells with I
heart shaped cakes and little white
baskets filled with mints. In the bot-
tom of these baskets were two minia-
ture hearts tied with white ribbon, on
one was written, "F. N. M. to R. II.
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T.," on the other, "April 22."
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ANNOUNCED.Mrs. ) .
: A. E. Rambo entertained witha .. . .III.I..l. . IIIIIIIIII.III.III.III'.11l'IIII'IIII"I'IIIIIIIIII
NOTASEME{ { dinner party Wednesday evening in

honor of her daughter, Edythe Rachel,
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whose engagement to Mr. James M.
AND Evans, Maitland: was announced.
1 i After a delicious five course dinner
) Misses Madeline Allen and Bessie
INERCHILREFRIGERATORS Allen brought in a basket which,
when opened, let the "cat out of the
?' bag"-a tiny kitten having a card at-
tached to its neck bearing the names EargainOne
: of Miss Rambo and Mr. Evans.
The guests were Miss Dena Evans,
C- Miss Mary Allen, Miss Louise Allen,
I liii Miss Alice Allen, Miss Ruth :McCul-
?, t II are designed to meet lough, Miss Dorothy Johnson, :Miss "
lr h, 1 } ) the demand for medium Jessie Johnson, Miss Cornelia Miner, Buick Model 21" five passenger
priced high-grade Miss Norma Evans, :Miss Myra Rambo -
111f tHU
t\ f --y je = :\Irs1.. A. Evans, Mrs. F. A.
refrigerators. Curtis, Mrs. Z. V. Raulerson, :Mrs. A. condition
Careful attention is L. Bentley. good throughout.$2r7Q.Q.
given not only to the The wedding will take place the latter -
part of May.
outward appearance, .
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but especially to the PLEASA7PORCH

general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in PARTY.

order to produce correct and proper refrigeration. Mrs. J. A. Abberger and Mrs. Wm. ,,
House entertained the WednesdayCard
C.onstruction.-The outer case is made of Solid 'Ash Club at the home of :Mrs. Ab-

with raised panels, finished iq Golden Oak. The inner berger. At this pleasant porch party
three tables of "five hundred" contrib-
uted to the enjoyment of the guests.
case is of hardwood lumber and
Mrs. W. G. Johnson made the high
between the two is a thorough score and received a shoe horn in a ,
insulation of dead air and non- cut leather case. Mrs. James Burden, #
conducting sheating. Sr., made the low score, receiving as }
consolation prize a pincushion. In
L ICE CHAMBER.-Galvanized the course of the evening delightful
F iron lined, with all-metal ice refreshments consisting of brick ice

" =i rack Provision and removable flues. cream present and at this cake most were delightful served. Those meet- San Juan Garage Company jj jjiMMIIIIM

Chamber. Galvan- ing were Mesdames Jas. C. Thornton,
iron and odorless white enameled W. G. Johnson, Shupe, F. B. Dale. Jo-

[ with removable drain pipe.Shelves. W.siah Westcott.Ferris, James W. C.Burden McLean, Sr.,, Todd Wm., . . . . . . . . '. . . . ., I..

.-Adjustable. tinned House, and O. S. Robinson, and the
t woven wire in all patterns. ---------- -- - --
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r E f Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets. Swing McKee. --0--

f baseboard. Automatic rain trap. AUCTIONEERS: WITH I'' .
E :MRS. W. P. WATSON.Mrs. .
t See this before you purchase any Refrigerator W. P. Watson entertained the
t Auctioneers Tuesday afternoon at the 1 ._
home of her daughter Mrs. Blythe .. ri -
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tf' I Watson, on Concord avenue. Quanti- '
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I roses nasturtiums lent '. .
charm to the attractive rooms where I .
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guests assembled to play bridge and (. ".1.1i
"five ht dred." At the table for"five I i \ ;. : "";' :4tI
1 hundred.Irs.. Jamison made the I 'tf .7 -s u I l
, highest score, winning,: a d?ok of'' 1 "P

i t ..1111111.111. . . . . . . . . . f"ards.Irs.: Fudge: won the first prize THE SAVINGS CENTER I
for bridge, a powder box, and :Mrs. I ,.:
Lege made the second best score for ,

bridge. A salad course was served SAVINGS like other forms of ;
after the game, the hostess being as- SURE \ _
sisted by :Mrs. Blythe Watson, Miss I ,
Myrl: Flournoy, and Elizabeth McCul- INVESTMENTS, in the long run are L ._ i

WEDDING GIFTSWith loch.next week The by club Mrs.will Chalfant.be entertained I placed where earning power combines with t (: ( .

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GOLF I GREATEST SAFETY. .

TOURNAMENT.The I
That is this Bank has 800
golf tournament at the Country -I why SAVING p
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Club, for the club trophy a loving f|
immense cup, will be held on the grounds DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CEN-
an stock of Cut Glass, day: starting at nine-thirty to-I E {
TER OF FLORIDA. }
and lasting all day. x.
the daintiest of Pickard's Famous Hand- The participants are expected to I
make their own engagements. 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.

Painted China and the largest line of Some members of the tournamentand I t: e ry oF't'Orlaildo
handicap committee will be on the

Sterling Silver Hollow and Flat Wares in grounds receive all the day scores.to give informationand

J. D. Barnes, chairman.
the city we confident --()-
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CIVIC LEAGUE.Mrs. .
the most discriminating customer. A W. S. Jennings, president of .
the State Federation of Women's
glimpse at our stock will convince you. Clubs, will pay an official visit to the
local Civic League Monday, April 26.

The 3 meeting p. m.. and will Mrs.be called Jennings to orderat will r i
Bank &
Trust
begin atI o'clock. The meeting will n t C CoMY

be Fuller held, on at Lake the Lucerne.HANDKERCHIEF home of. :Mrs. J. T. i,

i T.D.EVANSJEWELER -SHOWER

FOR :MISS WRIGHT. j Consultation Incurs No '
:Miss Elizabeth Branham entertained I j Obligation.
very, charmingly at her home I t t1J
on Lucerne Circle yesterday after-I I
noon: with a handkerchief
:Miss Augusta Wright, who is to be I
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