The morning sentinel
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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 23, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00241
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Petrograd Says Heavy Guns
Are Superior to Those of

the Austro-German Tucker, Pres.; Frey, V.-P.; and j REPULSED HEAVY[ LOSSES

Army FT. LAUDERDALE BECOMES: Perry Work, Sec.-Treas.-To for Athletic STAGG SAYS COUNTRY ,

London, April 22.-A dispatch to Field I

the Yards bureau states that the Norwegian EAST COAST CO. PROPERLY USED j| T. R. LETTERS SHOWING liE
f steamer "Brilliant," from Sar- Last evening at an enthusiastic LETTER HAD ALWAYS "BUCKED"PLATT

borg for London, has been captured meeting of the Baptist, Methodist and
J by the Germans Lloyds' register Presbyterian Sunday school classes IN SUNDAY SENTINELCORPORAL

, gives the "Brilliant" as a 1,441 ton taught respectively by Mr. T. B. Phillips -

j steel screw vessel built in 1903 and Bill Pending Will Raise the Mr. E. G. Duckworth and Mr. 300 Members and Guests At- BUll MOOSE HAS THE BEST BREAKOn

registered at Christiania. Ives it resolved forman
! Sidney was IN THE BRITISH
Salaries of Judges in This tended the Annual Dinnerat
I inter-class athletic association. .
' Petrograd, April 22.-The great County and YolusiaCounty Officers were elected and a consti- Country Club Last Cross-Examination lie Got

i Austro-German attack on the right tution adopted, by the twentythreeboys Evening FRIENDS :Matters Into the Record
t flank of the Russian southenr is
army present. The name of the or-
, now developing successful for Interesting Account of War Will Which Lawyers Had
very ganization is the M-P-B. Meetingswill
Tallahassee, Fla, April 22.-Brow- "People in Orlando should learn
t the Russians. be held each week for physical Appear in the Sunday Failed to Do
ard county was formed by the bill how to use the Orlando Country
_ Recently the enemy brought up passing the house this morning to instruction. A room has been securedat Club," declared the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Issue of the Sentinel I

1 great Quantities of heavy guns, but divide Dade and Palm Beach counties. the Fair Grounds which will be Stagg pastor of the Presbyterian -Read It Syracuse, N. Y.. April 22.-The

t, the tremendous exchange of long Fort Lauderdale is the county seat of fitted up as a gymnasium, and Mr. church last evening in addressing 300 first asault of the Barnes forces upon

range firing has alreday establishedthe the new county.In Green, physical instructor at Rollins members of the club and their guestsas About eight years ago a rather Theodore Roosevelt has been repulsed

superiority of the Russian big the bill pending before the sen- College, will' coach the boys. they were seated at the annual seedy but prepossessing young man with heavy losses.

guns which are destroying the enemy's ate today increasing the salaries of Each class will have a baseball and pilau dinner on the spacious verandasof drifted into Orlando from South Flor- Mr. Roosevelt was under cross-ex-

transport. the various judges throughout the basket ball team and a series of the delightful club house. ida, where he claimed he had been amination by William M. Ivins in the

The Russian infantry is now deploying state, Senator Donegan offered an games will be scheduled to bring the "The Country Club will grow," con- shanghaied into working on the East Barnes libel suit today.He .

over a distance of nine or ten amendment to the bill fixing the salary different classes into competition with tinued Dr. Stagg, "only when the peo- Coast railway extension but the pes- parried every attempt to show

miles, and the enemy has been driven of the criminal court judges in each other. The association expectsto ple of the community get determination tiferous insects which abounded in that his past had been one of abject
back from Gorlice in
the direction of counties of fifteen thousand popula-. work for an athletic field day at and grit and patronize these that section were too numerous for subservience to Platt.
Neu Sandek, which is of
a point cru-
tion at $1,800. the fair. beautiful golf links, the club house, Bill Buckley and he straightwaymade He contended citfhg letters as

cial importance with a strong bridge If this bill passes, it will probably All boys between the ages of four- the tennis courts, and the excellent for a haven of refuge, which proof, that he always had bucked

over the Dunajec, besides being the increase the salaries of the judges in teen and eighteen years are eligible' boating. There are many times dur- proved to be Orlando. when Platt tried to throw the harness
junction of a railroad system into
Moravia.St. Orange and Volusia counties. for membership upon joining one of ing the long summer months when Being up against it, he was com- over him.

Representative Newton, of Orange, the classes composing the organiza- such a gathering as this should be pelled to resort to panhandling, andit He showed that even in'his polit-

Michael Menaced with other members of the education tion.The very common. was while on one of these expedi- ical infancy he had outmatched' in
Paris by French committee of the house, visited Madison officers elected were: Richard "You do not know how to use the tions that he had the good fortune to craft the crafty Quigg, the late accelerator -

issued April 22.-An the official note this afternoon, investigating the Tucker, president; Philip Frey. vice i Country Club to get the best out of meet Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jordan, who of public opinion for male-

1 h declares tonight the German by press bureau I advisability of establishing a state president; Calvert''Perre3, secretary-1 it. You should exercise your full lib- have presided over the culinary department factors of great wealth, and wriggledout

aggressive, move- normal school there. treasurer. erty and obliterate all jealousy. This at the San Juan hotel for a of the net that Quigg had spreadfor
in the 1
ment vicinity of St. Michael,
which aimed The bill passed in 1913 was vetoed I Country Club can be made the finest number of years. They took a fancyto him.
was at beginning after
the capture of Verdun, has by the governor, but since the city of CAN TRAVEL THE OLD ROADS I advertisement for Orlando and the the young man and gave him On cross-examination, and under
weakened until finally it has disap- Madison offers land free practicallythe TO IOI\IS'IX WEST ORANGE entire community and it is a great chores around the hotel. the enemy's fire, he got matters into

and the same bill is now finding favor. asset and should be utilized. He proved faithful and remained at the record which his own lawyers had
peared altogether
St. Michael itself is possessionof menacedby Fifty thousand dollars is called for County Commissioner J. L. Dillard, Dr. Stagg was at his best, his ad- his post for nearly two years, leaving failed to get in.
French now to establish the school. who was in Orlando yesterday from dress teemed with interest and he was there to accept a position with the The most of the day's testimony

troops. his home in Winter Garden, mingling in rare humor. The large number of South Florida Foundry. When Mr. was based on letter files of Platt,

Germany's Position FLORIDA WELL REPRESENTED: business with pleasure, said among members and guests were in a constant and Mrs. Jordan, some time later, Quigg and ,Roosevelt, in an attenript

Washington, April 22.Germanyhas AT D. A. R. MEETING other things while conversing with a uproar. His topic was "Law- left for Brookline, Mass., to pay a to show that Roosevelt had accepted
representative of the Sentinel, that, the boss-given nomination, and that
notified the United States of her yers, but the "Doctor" characterized visit to their old home, Mr. Buckley
Washington D. C. Florida has the fine brick roads which are now his remarks la them, and while therehe he had taken boss-given orders like a
position in the case of Leon C. one as a pilau, somewhat accompanied
Thrasher, an American citizen who of the most influential D. A. R. delegations being constructed in Orange county similar to fricassee. Dr. Stagg told secured passage on a ship and re good little political secretary of state.A .

came to his death when the British at the congress. It includes would undoubtedly prove one of the of an imaginary trip to Daytona with turned to his native heath, England. characteristically oilly letter

steamer Falaba was blown up by a Mrs. :M. W. Corinth, of Tampa, first best investments that had ever been Seth Woodruff, and expressed himselfas Mr. Buckley has never forgottenhis from Quigg, written after Platt hart

German torpedo in Saint George'schannel. vice-regent of the state, and memberof made. pleased with the high class "scrub Orlando friends. Mr. Jordan re decided to nominate Roosevelt WPS.
On of the roads traffic will be
While the state department the house committee. She is also some dogs" that Judge Cheney had killedin ceived a long letter from him yester read.Quigg
declines to make public Germany's acting as regent of DeSoto Chapter. interfered with somewhat, while the past years. day. lie is a corporal on the Queen tried to convince the Colonel ;

reply, it is understood she holds that Others here are Mrs. Carl I. Hill del contracfors brick, but the are engaged inconvenience in laying the S. Y. Way, president of the club, Elizabeth the big battleship which i is that the shackles were already on his ,
will be
Thrasher took his life in his o egate; :Mrs. Bernice Lyle, of Bartow, officiated in the capacity of toastmaster. bearing the brunt in the Dardanelles wrists and that it would be no use to ;

hands when he took passage on Arne an alternate; Miss Mary MacFarlane, of short duration, and the general lie told of the progress made by bombardment. The letter is very interesting try to shake them off.Roosevelt's .
will be
British steamer plying in waters of Tampa, a specially appointed page, public amply repaid when the the club and urged every member tget and it will be published in reply was also read into 1

which Germany had declared dangerous and Mrs. M. W. Carruth, of Tampa. fic paved, he highways said. are reopened to traf behind the club and boost it. The the Sunday Sentinel.YESTERDAY'S. the record, and insisted that while he I
They are at the Willard. was a good organization man he was :
by reason of her submarine war As pilau dinner was a gridiron affair i in
The results of ballot- a temporary thoroughfare to not going to do what Platt told him
fare. The United States made no re yesterday's every sense of the word, and the RESULTS
ply. ing, announced early today, showed and Ocoee Oakland, Minorsville the suggestion, Winter had Garden been speakers did not mince words or to do unless he thought best. "

that Mrs. Story had been re-elected to phrases. In some cases they told National League i
made that the old
roadway from Orlando
A. C. L. TRAIN NOTICE office by substantial majority. Mr to., hose points in West Orange- enough of the truth to hurt, but nine- Brooklyn 6, New York 4. ASSEMBLY WOULD BRING THOUSANDS ,

Story received 695 of a possible 1,156votes which had been traveled less frequently ty-nine per cent. of it was fun, humor Philadelphia 8, Boston 4. TO ORLANDODr. 1

461 going toIrs.. George and wit. Pittsburg 8, Cincinnati 2.
After today train No. 91, over the since the opening of the
Thatcher Guernsey, of Kansas, the newroad President St. Louis 9, Chicago 5. John W. 1
Atlantic Coast Line, will be annulled, would be a good one to use i in Way introduced the firstspeaker Stag was appointedby
and No. 92 will make its last trip opposing candidate. going to and from those places. under the hidden and veiled American League the St. Johns Presbytery, which J

Saturday. These trains are better The officers elected yesterday were: The traveler passes the old Patrick name, "Vaudevillian and Algae." It New Yorlc: Washington 5. met in DeLand several days ago, to J

known as the Tampa and Jacksonville Recording secretary general, Mrs. place about four miles I was none other than Judge J. M. Boston 7, Philadelphia 6. be ministerial commissioner to the
west of Orlando
Limited. William C. Boyle, Ohio, re-elected. to the right, thence on by the Cheney. And Judge Cheney was at Cleveland 3, Detroit 5. general assembly of the church which

Corresponding secretary general, Robinson place Minorsville I his best. The pilau dinner had a Chicago 5, St. Louis. convenes May 20 at Newport News. jMr. j
turning -
FROM INDIANAMr. Mrs. Julia C. Burrows, of Michigan, off about half a mile this side of great effect upon all the speakers Federal League Smock, of DeLand, was ap- ;

re-elected. Ocoee, and then on to Winter Garden Judge Cheney opened up his broad Newark 3, Brooklyn 0. pointed elder to attend with Dr.

P. J. Breinig of Terre Haute. Organizing secretary general, Mr and Oakland. Commissioner Dillard sides by saying, "Algae, don't worry Buffalo 3, Baltimore 0. Stagg. The presbytery took action j
William A. Smoot Virginia. about Algae, you have to drink the Southern League extending an invitation to the general j
Ind., is visiting Mr. W. D. Walker and said he thought it would be a good
Registrar generalIiss Grace M. city water to it." This Nashville Memphis 4 thirteen assembly to meet in Orlando in
family, and also his wife and daughter idea for travelers to adopt this route get caused ; 1916. I
'. who are now in Orlando. Mr.. Pearce, Washington, D. C. generally, while the more direct highway laughter. Judge Cheney :started in innings. The assembly is the supreme legisla- 1
Treasurer general, Mrs. Joseph E. I with Atlanta 2, Birmingham 1. tive
lampooning Sam Way, Jas. L. body of the Presbyterian church, '
Breinig was being
may purchase'property and paved, as it would be j
locate here. Ransdell Louisiana, re-elected. the means of saving them a great Giles, Harry Beeman, C. P. Dow,, New Orleans 13, :\Mobile. and is an august assemblage. J

Historian general, Mrs. Willard S. deal of annoyance and inconvenience. i I I "Doc" Estes, the secretary of the Little Rock 3, Chattanooga 2. It would bring upward of a thou- 1

Sternberg, Washington, D. C., re- club, Dr. Stagg, W. R. O'Neal, B. South Atlantic League sand delegates to Orlando, and Dr. j
elected. MRS. LAWTO.VS OPERATION Drew, Jos. L. Guernsey, J. D. Barnes, i Savannah 9, Augusta 3. Stagg believes there is a good chanceof

Curator general memorial museum SUCCESSFULThe and last, but not least, Judgear- Albany Macon 2. swinging it to this place. The as-
Rev. Dr. Brooks, president of the
Miss Catherine B. Barlow, Pennsyl low. The speech was funny, and decidedly Columbus 7, Jacksonville 5. sembly has never met in Florida. I'
Union Missionary Training Institute vania.
brilliant. Charleston 8, Columbia 7. Dr. Stagg and Dr. J. F. McKinnon 11
of Waverly avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., Editor of D. A. many friends of Mrs. J. B.
Magazine Miss
C. B. Robinson followed and madea returned last night from DeLand j
Lawton, who
is this evening to underwent a critical
expected spend a Natallie S. Lincoln Connecticut. op I
eration yesterday morning at the Mc- I splendid address urging the club FIRE DESTROYED TWO DWELLINGS where they attended the presbytery.Mr. 1
few days with his mother and brotherin
Vice-presidents general, Mrs. Rheet Ewan sanitarium, will be pleased to members to greater effort in buildingup WITH A LOSS OF $750 and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., lay dele- '
this city. Goode, Alabama; Mrs. Edmund P. the club 'I i gates will
learn that the membership and advanc return today.

THE BLACK BOX Smith Moody, West Delaware Virginia; Mrs.Mrs.William CharlesS. H. successful and operation Mrs. Lawton was entirely is resting ing the general condition of the club. II I Fire early yesterday morning destroyed l'

; He proposed that a rising vote of two houses on Douglas street SANFORD CHOSEN AS THE NEXT i
Don't the "Black Box" at Thomas, Colorado easy.
forget Mrs. William
; thanks be extended to Mrs. Woodruff belonging to A. C. Crooms and Ellen MEETING PLACE OF LODGE
the Yowell-Duckworth roof II. Thompson, Kentucky Mrs. John I I
company ; F. and her committee in generously Butler, the loss being estimated at 1---\\
garden Saturday night. The greatest Swift, California; Mrs. John Lee Din- NO POLICE COURT I
i spreading the dinner. The vote of $750. The alarm was the twenty-sec '!! Gainesville, Fla.-The next meeting I
moving picture serial ever pro widdie, Indiana; Mrs. Kent Hamilton, Everybody is getting good and Orlando i thanks given at the conclusion of ond for
was 1915. Roy Cook, one of the :I I place of the Grand Lodge of Florida i
duced. Ohio Mrs. Samuel is becoming better
; Knight Green
the speaking, and also three 'rahs anda fire laddies suffered
I burned hands I. O. O. F., will be Sanford, the
Missouri Mrs. Sheppard W. Foster. has not been a police
; court for fourdays.
tiger for Mrs. Woodruff and her dressed Dr. The
WILL promptly by Christ. celery city. vote was cast, and ,
WAGE Georgia.
Sonford won out over Jacksonville
Chief of Police Smith and officersare Then came the inimitable Dr. Stagg FINDER OF LETTER addressed to Sarasota and Arcadia. The majority

preparing to wage a war of extermination Have a copy of McClure's in its THE WEATHER with his stories and dialect and W. :M. Glenn, and lost at or on th delegates preferred a South

on English sparrows, beginning new dress and new price, ten cents. Florida: Generally fair Friday and unique mannerisms of speech. The I way to the Country Club, please return eFlorida'I city on account of the loca
today. Curtis & O'Neal. to Sentinel office and receivethanks.
I Saturday. t (Continued on page 5) I tion.

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NOTES FROM TALLAHASSEE ter. It would help along the way of
I inducement to the Northerners to

Tallahassee Fla., April 17.-A bill stay, when they leave the snow and :
has been introduced in both houses of cold of the north and coming down I
the legislature requiring all county here, find their favorite flowers grow I Cow Peas
HAPPYLAND officials to make a statement once a ing to perfection and in profusion. I
month of all fees collected and disbursements -

made by their offices and Bulwer Lytton was certainly masterof Velvet Beans I
We live but once. Let us partake of earth's good the commissioners are ordered to have the art of condensing a world of
things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun- same printed in some newspaper in thought into few words. The following -
the county at least once. The county by him, is an excellent example
fellow-pilgrims life is land for him Kaffir Corn
try. Verily, I commissioners shall provide all account -I and is well worth memorizing:
who buys his smokes of the books for keeping the records "The waves in man's brain are like i

accurately, and they must be balancedthe those of the sea, rushing on, rushing I
first Tuesday in each month. over the wrecks of the vessels that Ambler Sorghum
Good and Bad Cigar Stores Another section of the same bill rode on their surface, to sink after
provides that in all counties where storm in'their deeps."

the work is so great that the officialscan Natal Grass
not personally perform the dutiesof STATE NEWS
office, the commissioners shall authorize I

t __ --- -- and employ one or more depu- A new postoffice called Broadmoor I TeosinteAll
ties or assistants the number and has been established on the Fells- I
compensation for whom shall be fixedin mere Farm tract with Benj. K. Kauf
r OUR MOTTO : open session of the board. The salary man as its first postmaster.Lake .
will be fixed as follows: In coun-

f Small Profits and Quick Returns"Here ties having a population of twenty City is to have a municipalice Kinds Garden and Farm Seed .
thousand at the last government cen- plant in connection with its own
sus, the chief clerk or deputy shall receive electric light and water plant.
is where you pay for the service you get and no
not more than $1,200 per year; Fresh Seed and Right Prices
more. In these times you should pay for no service you second deputy, $900 per year; the remaining The exports from Florida for

don't get. Investigate our plan. clerks not more than $600; larch were $3,466,191 and the imports -!
in counties of less than 20,000 popula- $514,323.; Cotton formed the i!
i.t THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. tion the chief deputy shall receive not bulk of the former and tobacco of
t more than $1,000 per year, and all latter.
L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 other clerks not more than $600 per II IIthe City Drug StoreJ.

year. The Second Regiment Band has,
The fee system is to be continuedas been organized at Palatka with'I
before, with the provision that twenty-eight members. They expectto
when the fees collected by any of be ready for the state encampmentat
Show Your ColorsWe these aforesaid officers shall exceed Black Point during the summer.
two thousand dollars in one year,

after paying all legitimate expensesof The Board of County Commissioners -
have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a the office, fifty per cent. of the of Lake County met at Eustis

flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A remainder of fees collected in that Thursday to receive bids for road construction -
year shall be paid into the treasuryof : as provided for in a bond issue '
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and The 1ar1zetOF
the county. If fees reach over for $500,000 recently passed.
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand- $3,000 after paying the 50 per cent., Owing to the number of different materials OF
some sets on your home. than all over that shall' be 75 per cent. specified in the advertisementfor
paid into the treasury. After reaching the construction of hard surfaced OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

\v. S. BRANCH $;;,000 the ntire amount in excess roads, the bids were of a complex nature FRESH AND SALT MEATS
shall be paid into the treasury.The and, upon being opened were Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE excess fees shall be paid into ,read and discussed. No definite action tHrything:; screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
the treasury the first Tuesday in Jan- was taken.
and enalty is provided for and pure.
uary ap a
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
delay of 30 to
over days pay over
in the Meat Line.
such The funds thus deriverare everything
money. Car party to Washington and New
to be credited to the general reve- York, Wednesday night, April 28, via
nue fund of the county. the Atlantic Coast Line. lat S17/JO. H. jVdC.: Self 4& C<>.
See C. F. Bieler. 820 West Central)
The measure will affect many counties '. Get identification cards
S.A.Y : in the state, and for that reasonis from city ticket gent or dept ticket

k cials.of much interest to all county offi- agent. 4-lS-tf I


i Mr. Business Man, I will NEWEST IX SCIENCEAn PARDON:

offer for sub Notice is hereby given that Louis
ten days to electrically driven machine has Kilgore, who was at the November
term of Criminal Court of Record. ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
divide the been perfected that will seal 20,000
property corner Orange County Florida, 1914, convicted 1
envelopes an hour. of the offense of carnal intercourse -
Orange Avenue Jack with unmarried female under
The government of Brazil maintains -
l 18 of and the 15th of
years age on SHEET METAL CO.
snake farm for the
, son and Boone streets in a productionof November, 1914, sentenced by said
serum antidote for snake bite. court, will apply to the Board of Pardons -
t parcels to suit Resembling a hinge is a new burglar at Tallahassee, Florida for a
pardon of such conviction at its next
proof lock in which the bolts Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
regular meeting. ,
Look the
t matter over. drop perpendicularly into sockets. LOUIS KILGORE.
Water motors have been designedfor -21-10tc and Rubber Roofings
ringing of bells to save the ex- .,

pense of employing men for the b Cornices Skylights. Healing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings

C. A. HOVEYIF task.California's crude oil production [ r. S. S. Jones .

last CHIROPRACTOR Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
year was 103,623,695 barrels, as
compared with 97,867,148 barrels in graduate Davenport College, 17 and
1913.A. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ,
209. Intelligent people everywhereare .
patent has been granted for a being restored to health by chiropractic -
crunk for tourists inside which a per- > adjustments, the new scienceof
son is supposed to place himself and removing the cause of disease. Ex-
float in in event of imination free. 12- 4-1mo
safety shipwreck.
YOU NEED Several of the most common diseases The Orlando Meat MarketT.

including typhoid and arthritis,
have been practically banished from Under New Management A. YANCY, Manager!

Letterheads Envelopes the United States Navy by the use
of distilled water for cooking as well Smyth HouseCorner Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Cards Announcements as Italian drinking.canners are now utilizingthe Florida:>nd Western Meats
; Main and Jefferson Sts.
skins and seeds of tomatoes, the
.- Circulars Briefs Hand former for stock feed and the 'latter One Block from Court House Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

for oil, in its crude form for soap and FURNISHED ROOMS AND
SpeciaTAttention: to Hotel and Out of Town"Ordcrf
illumination and when refined for BOARD -

Bills Catalogs or table use. Rates by Day or Week. Summer Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
Rates Now On. PHONES l Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.


By Joe Phillips
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Sometime when we have nothingelse I
Sentinel Job Office to do, we are going to find out

. how"Spring.many poems" have been writtenon Pure Ice Gresrri.When

> Has he called on you 'et-The
w ill .
flying machine agent. 1
G f
r you want PURE ICE For Pt'

h I StungOn CREAM call for HAND'S. If
Hammond &Gore the public highway and no one ; Club
you don't believe that we take
I(in sight.
"Yer money or yen brains," quoth I. the greatest care in its maneWe make our Ice Cream from Church Social 1
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I facture come and watch us
!the thug as he fingered a minature up tubercular tested cows. All
siege gun. 'I make it. You will be surprised School 1 Socialat
cans, moulds and everythingused
. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I "Sorry, old sport," answered the poi the care every detail is given.
i i i lite pedestrian, "but I have neither." in the manufacture of our Lodge
COMPARE Any kind you want, any time

I I With the passing of the days, you want it. In any quantity Ice. Cream is thoroughly steril- PicnicOrder
OUR FURNITUREWe i So much change, many a phrase. I, from a quart up. lze do
I I (This is how the new rhyme goes: You are cordially invited to
I i L'homme propose, la femme dis 1 Hands Pure
provide the quality of furniture that has long i inspect our factory at any
- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the pose.Pansies 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 grow to perfection here i in
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones Florida and so in fact do a great
. of this business, and that means much to any buyer. many other varieties of the so-calle
I I Northern flowers. This is a fact well HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
worth bearing in mind during the
McNHLL coming summer for it would be indeed

Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St.. Orlando Fla. a good idea to have an abundance of W. Jefferson
PHONE 566 Streetr"
.J, I pansies, sweet peas, pinks, nastur-
tiums, violets, roses, dahlias, etc, inland
around Orlando during next win-
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Personal Items SORRY BEAN PRODUCTION I|j m The following recipe is typical of aI ilMMMIIiitMIMMMIHIMIMtltMltMMMIIMIMIMMMMIiiMMIMMIMMtlt

I I I number of successful soy bean prepa-,

From Taft Fla Washington, D. Experiments II''' rations: 'j
conducted by the United States department -|| To make muffins from soy bean
of agriculture with soy bean '|.: flour, take about one-half cup of soy 'I
Taft, Fla., April .-Mr. O. L. flour indicate that it may be used in i i flour, about one and a half teacupfulsof t ''I DollarllayBargainsa

Quigley, of Boston, Mass., has boughtthe much the same way as corn meal.' Although j wheat flour, one-half teaspoonful j
Fields property on Fourth street the soy bean (also called soya salt, two eggs, one teacupful of sweet J
and wl!,J bring his family here to reside bean) has been grown for more than milk, two rounded teaspoonfuls ofi a
in the near future. twenty-five in this country, it i i i I baking powder, and one and a half I' t
, !
II. C. Hammond left last Thursdayfor has been used almost exclusively as tablespoonfuls of melted, but not hot. F

California for a summer trip, and a forage crop. As a coffee substituteit : butter. Beat well together, adding i ii I II At The Store I
to visit his wife, who has been there has been placed on the market at ,i the melted butter last, and make in I

for the past year. various times with but little success, I gem pans in a hot oven. This will I
Mr. J. II. Estes informs us that he although it compares very favorably I II make about twelve muffins. u
does not intend to "launch out into with substitutes used quite
some I I Grand Continuation of Our Great t Dollar Bargain Sale
business again" by purchasing the extensively. In Japan and China the :I MRS. GRUNDY SAYS:
property on Palm avenue, but that he bean, which has been extensively cul- .

intends to remodel and build an up to tivated since the earliest times, is That there is always a "Fatty," WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
date residence on the lot-and what used principally for human food and i who is a funny fellow. ,

Mr. Estes says goes. is prepared in many different ways. I That all college men do not address -
Sam A. )McCook. Florida's eloquent Bean curd is and other
very common one another as "old hoss.
blind orator, gave a very interesting products with which Western peopleare I I That all college rooms are not and SATURDAYEvery
lecture at the chapel Thursday even- not familiar. European countries !adorned with pennant shells.

ing.Mr. during the past few years have imported That we should not try to put up a
N. McKain gave a social and very large quantities of soy bluff until we have thoroughly tested great value ot the past three days Dill be on sale and Hundreds ol New
. free exhibition at his hall last Satur- beans from Manchuria, principally for sale.
the foundation. j Special Bargains till be placed on
day evening consisting of moving pictures the oil and cake, but in Germany and That a lot of men whittle their
music, short speeches, and a England the use of the bean as human -I time away without making anything.
good social and interesting entertain- food is becoming important. In That if all we think was in diary LAWNS in white and fancy, reguCIIILDREX'S .DRESSES, splendid
ment generally. The evening was England bakers have put on the mar- I form most of us would want to bonfire ular 12>/_c. and 15c. values, 10 yds $1.00 line to choose from, $1.25 quality $1.00

very pleasantly' spent by a large audi- ket a soy bread made from flour the record. CAMBRIC: fine soft finish, yard wide LADIES DRAWERS", made of a good

ence, who before leaving expressedtheir which is 25 per cent. soy meal and 75 I That the last part of the road to : 121/ c. quality, 12 yards for ______$1.00 quality muslin, 25c. quality, 5 for $1.00
appreciation by a rising vote of cent wheat flour. "biscuits"
per Soya ruin has the most dangerous and :
thanks and requested .Mack" to give or "crackers" are also for sale roughest places. :MUSLIN: bleached free from dressLADIES HOUSE DRESSES made of
another which will be wide 10c. quality 14 yds Gingham and Percales, $1.25 quali-
soon request all over England and, like the bread, That the girl who has .left home ing, yard ,
complied with; so if you want a good are very palatable.Soy because she could not get an Easter :. for ___________________________$1.00 ty, for --------------------____$1.00

time look out for Mack's announce- bean meal or flour has been suit, must have had something to ; BROWN :MUSLIN: full yard wide, 7c LADIES KIMONAS: good styles,

ment. marketed to some extent in the wear. quality, 20 yards for ____________$1.00 $1.25 quality for -______________$1.00
Mr. O. L. Quigley will move the United States for use in invalid die- That there are who LADIES WHITE SKIRTS
many persons good qual-
One lot of Lawns Voiles, Madras
Field house, purchased by
recently tetics in cases where it is desirableto think they are going to run nickel- Batiste, in: whites, slightly ity, regular $1.25 grade for ______$1.00
him I and
on to the corner of his lot fac- limit or lower the amount of starch
auto lines and get rich that :
ing Fourth street and Fifth avenue, I way. soiled, worth 30c., 35c., and 50c. BUNGALOW APRONS, GOc. quali-
used. It has not, however, '
and otherwise improve the property.Mr. been on sale in quantities or at as prices yet 'I by That their it isn't friendliness safe to judge; an strangers amiable : Special, 6 yards for ____________$1.00 ty, special. 2 for -_______________$1.00

Quigley is enthusiastic over the which would lead the housekeeper to manner is a confidence man's best as- : SHEETS, a good quality, 72x90, regBOYS; PANTS $1.25: and $1.50 quali-

prospects of Taft and says he antici- use it as a substitute for wheat set. : ular 50c. quality, 3 for __________$1.00 ty, special for -________________$1.00
pates spending many happy years flour, there is I .
every reason to SHEETS good heavy weight, full
here. He will a BOYS WASH SUITS, 50 different
week. commence repairingthis believe that it can become a common MANY FISH BEING CAUGHT size, Goc. quality, 2 for __________$1.00 styles, $1.25 and $1.50 quality for $1.00
market commodity for such uses, if I
W. G. Sphaler is getting the mate- there is a demand for it. PILLOW CASES, a good heavy BOYS; SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, 75c

rial ready to build a new block on the For Americans and Europeans it is I Reports from fishing circles say grade size, 42x36, 15c. quality, 10 quality, 2 for ______________ ___$1.00BOYS
j that fish are being caught in ___ _____________
corner of Palm avenue and Pine probable that the bean is many for _________ __ $1.00
most acceptable -
I lakes Lake Kil- ; BATHING SUITS, 75c. quali-
nearby particularly
street, for a store and other
He will build purposes." when made into bread, biscuits larney, where it is said that a tremendous PILLOW CASES, 42x36 and 45x36 ty, 2 for ______________________$1.00
"right quick.
away muffins, griddle cakes, waffles, made of a good heavy muslin scalloped -
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mockett have etc. slaughter of the denizens of the regular 25c. quality, 6 for __$1.00 CHILDREN'S ROMPERS: $1.25;
returned from a visit to St. Peters- Though rich in protein and oil,fully I deep is taking place. quality for ____________________$1.00
burg and will spend the remainder of BEDSPREADS, I large size, good
ripened soy beans contain no starch, I weight, $1.25 quality for __________$1.00 SII ESor Misses and Children,
the here. The
season They have pleasant or at most only traces of it. When corner stone of the new Lee '
I sizes 8 /! to 2, values up to $2.50 __$1.00
apartments at the Nelson House, and the ground soy bean is used with .County Court House at Ft. :Myers TABLE LINEN, bleached, 60 inches
"no place like Taft" for them.I wheat flour in bread making, it increases I was laid under the auspices of the wide, 39c. quality, 4 yards for ____$1.00 BAREFOOT SANDALES in Tan for
have noticed in the papers for a the protein content and low- I local lodge of Masons on Tuesday Misses and Children, sizes 8!/ to 2
long time much comment in regard to ers the proportion of starch. The and the imposing ceremonies were TABLE LINEN, bleached, 2 yards for ______________________I____$1.00
wide, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality -
the peculiar (to us) names of the for- bread, however, in its general charac- I witnessed by a large number of Lee LADIES OXFORDS AND PUMPS:
2 ;yards for _________________$1.00
eign cities, especially Przemysl, Reg- teristics, is very similar to ordinary county citizens and visitors who assembled odd lot, worth up to $4.00, special$1.00
hdova' Uszok, Volismekhova; but let wheat bread. When the I under the shade of wide TABLE DAMASK: bleached, 2 yards
us look at a few of the names right percentageof spreading oaks to enjoy the occasion.All wide, pure Irish Linen, $1.25 qualiDINING ROOM: CHAIRS, solid oak,
here in Florida and we may get busyat fourth soy bean the character flour is greater of the than bread one-or I ty, for ________________________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00

home. Take, for instance, Ochusee, cakes is materially altered.' round money getters-want ads. LADIES HOSE, black, tan and white TRAVELING BAGS, 16 and 18 inch
' Ocklocknee, Ybor City, Okahumpka, 50c. quality, 3 pairs for _________$1.00 regular $1.50 quality for ________$1.00SUIT
Ocoee, Tahopekaliga, Octahatchee, LADIES SILK GLOVES, 16.button, CASES, 24 inch regular, $1.50

Okechobee, Alachua, etc. and for a black and white, $1.50 quality-- $1.00 quality, special for _____________$1.00
stranger he might well
Russian names. as And if pronounce he RIBBONS, beautiful line in plain and CURTAIN SCRIM, white and ecru,
gets fancy, worth to 45c, 5 yards for $1.00
through Florida all right let him go up 25c. and 29c. quality, 5 yards for$1.00
in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts ] MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, odd lot, 1.50
up RUGS Crex and Wool Fibre, size 36x
Connecticut or Maine, and many other I quality special for ______________$1.00 72 $1.50 quality for $1.00
states, and he will find names that : WORK PANTS, odd lot, $1.25 quali- :
the people who live there can not 1 ty, special for _________________$1.00 FANCY ART CHINA beautifullydecorated
worth $1.50 to $2.50 '
pronounce without a fit of coughing. MEN'S FOUR IN HAND TIES odd
I your choice ____________________$1.00
Our people have nothing on Russia in lot, 50c. quality, 3 for __________1.00
regard to jawbreaking names. MEN'S UNION SUITS, one lot, regu- ALUMINUM: KETTLE, 4 quart size,

Mr. T. R. Adams, who bought the /oC'" allrZAIIO lar $1.50 quality for ____________$1.00 $1.50 quality for _______________$1.00
site of the burned hotel and two addi- MoarrVsPossen
.. e Tovl3,Cqx LADIES GINGHAM APRONS, 25c.quality .
tional lots, at the recent sale, has 5 for __:_________-_____$1.00 thin and dainty for _____$1.00
already sold his whole purchase at a
profit to parties who intend to build LADIES GOWNS, 75c. quality, specJAPANESE BASKETS, beautiful
on the hotel grounds and also on the ial, 2 for ______________________$1.00 line, worth regular $1.69 for ____$1.00

other lots. Mr. Adams is now look- Different
ing for other lots to purchase on -
which to erect his factory. i I DOLLAR DAY IN GROCERY DEFT.LOT .
An ice plant is the next money I.
maker that we need here, and there and as much better, as it is different NO. 1 LOT NO.3

are rumors of one being started soon. 3 Cans V. C. Cream, large, value _____30c 3 cans Tomatoes -------------______30c
Hope it may be a reality. Many Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less 2 cans Tomatoes, value ____________20c 7 pkg G. N. W. Powder ------_______35c
would use ice if it were manufacturedhere skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. 3 cans V. C. Peas, value _____________30c 1 bot..Blue Ketchup ---------_______25c
but will not be to the troubleof These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. 2 bottles Eddys Lemon Extract, value 50c 2 Cans Best Corn -----------_______40c
having it shipped in from Orlandoor They are assured by mechanical l laws. 1 bottle B. H. Ketsup, value __________loc 3 Rolls Toilet Paper -----------_____25c
Kissimmee, which is our only sup- -

ply at present.IT Read the Five Leading Oakland $1.45 $1.55
LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. 4 .

ISXT YOUR TOWN-ITS YOUIf Superiorities BelowEvery 1 can best California Peaches, value __30c 5 lbs Best Lump Starch ________________

1 can best California Pears, value ____30c) 7 Cakes Lenox Soap __________________
you want to live in the kind of a feature 6 pkg. Jewell Matches, value ________30c. 3 packages Pearline ___________________
town works towards a definite economy- 1 bot. Lemon Extract ______________25c 2 packages Cel Starch _________________
Like the kind of a town you like, low maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with 1 bot. B. L. Ketchup ________________25c 2 Ivory Soap, small ___________________ '
You needn't upkeep are the final touches of comfort
slip your clothes in a 1 Bottle Best Ammonia _______________
grip ease Then handling and beauty that make up real luxury. $lAO 1 Cake Old Dutch Cleaner ______________
And start on a long, long hike. -see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's
You'll only find what you left behind, a real road test-and decide.

For there's nothing that's reallynew. The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Fours and I YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT FOR $1
sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 tv
It's a knock at yourself when you $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND.

knock your town.
It isn't the town-it's you! MOTOR COMPANYPontiac .

Real towns are not made by men ,
afraid .
to i
Lest somebody else gets ahead. !. FOUR REELS AT EVERY SHOW

When shirks everybody works and nobody B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Agent I:, i

You dead.can raise a town from the I ORLANDO, FLORIDA Gold Seal Drama, 3 reels, Cleo Maidson, Nestor Comedy. !

1-Great Strength Joe King. ;
And if while make
you your personal .
with light weight. =' '
stake I "IN A JACKPOT CLUB"Admission
"THE DUCHESS"Admission
Your neighbors can make one, too, 2.-High Speed Motor 0 ,,
Your town will be what you want to with great power. l 1 ,

see, Nights 5c. and lOc.. '
Free until 6.30
3 Low > p.m.
It isn't the townit'sou! center of .
-Exchange.The of gravity with usual L4-i.' l i : I
road clearance ,

Woman's Club of Sarasota 4-F lying wedge I:
have recently opened their fine new Lines with least wind q 1( Yowell-Duckwortli] 11

club house that was recently builtat resistance.

a cost of $4,500. The Sarasota I!
5-Economy with
Times makes mention of same and Luxury. O O Orlando's .Largest Store. "Quality Did It."

pays the ladies of that city a high I. I I t

t compliment for their good work in .1.lllllllllllllllleIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIllf..I.lli..11..111 .. . .1. i I
behalf of a better city. -

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South I TO DR. W. F. (By W. S. Branch) I
::'\' LETTER
Are Barbers Barbarous? I

"_. GLENN I I We find that barbers have habits ] FOR SALECountry
., 20, 1915.
:: C. : and characteristics the same as other
people. Some of them take hold of
from Dr.
Entered at I
id*, as Second of the Florida your head and turn it in the chair as I,
asking you to use though they were handling a quarterof j

Daily, 1 Year ; against a proposed beef in a market. Some of them I ,
make it lawful
Daily 6 Months shave you with a heavy, nervous hand
Daily 3 Months and in addition give a
Daily 1 Month head for doing so. that makes you wonder if they will of
----, 1 Year admits the sever your jugular vein. Some of estate 1 ,
Weekly sltla'Acl_ 1
which urged for fi7'rtT rt '',
are rT '
ALL miserable bird when them; chew tobacco or drink Jackson- 350 acres, large two C / 3=T-T'r r r r t I
"no doubt that the ville "mail order" stuff and breathethe
-TO maims and kills fumes in your face. Some of them story dwellmghandsome -

and likely, in rare cut holes in your face and rub alum
a Copy for cholera,"
hog as lake front
advertising mast the to the hemor- ,
..fcce of the .. knows that if the over gashes stop
the day before maims and rhage. Some of them are garrulousto $9000.00.Six
.- to chances for pigs, that it does so ; a man who prefers silence, and
Invariable- -- --and as a means of sub- others are silent when a man wishes
Subscribers it is persistent in I
' tinued should The prac- sociability. Some of them act as
t. the date of that if the buzzard though they appreciated your patron- mod- '
. continued at grove,
until notice to spreads hog chol- age, and others seek to give out the

Telephone Numb constantly it generally, and and so impression that they are doing you a ern cottage and out-

I know from favor when they shave you. Some of
the range stock bus- them leave your face feeling clean, buildings, $4000.00. I
destroy a sub- cool and comfortable, and others
The "good of lambs and pigs,
leave it feeling as though they bad-
they destroy
close by and
know, too, that buz- removed the cuticle and then rubbed OUR
would not be
a cow which has salt on the bare places. In short,
in bogs, or roots or
of them barber and
some us of
The saved, by picking Call on
recalled ; out while yet in them are barbarous.

we day resolved this road morning which ,runs and DoctorsBiickmnsliT S.G.Dolive 6 & Son SEVINGYLEI/ \

For the along my fence, I
buzzards run- & BnimlajieOSTEOPATHS
than eat,
: and flying after a
Real Estate and Insurance
and it is a with
were grazing Is excitement. We intend
sure creating
some -
on this side. grass. I know these
old or older, and Personal instruction under Dr. Still ORLAN DO, FLORIDA that it should. If you have a "Sing-
buzzards were work- er" other make of makeit
at Kirksville Mo. or any machine
f-<< The No. 3 W. Pine Second Floor
system" in chasing 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples a Hummer' this week. We'll do our
say they are knowing by
few ordinance the age pigs' resistance National Bank. Phone 578. part and do it well too in RIGHT prices '

they'll never and that they, the I -- __ __ ___- -and we'll also refund 10 cents on every
eventually have the i dollar purchase made this week.
the pigs' eyes out, -
When the the carcass. In every: City or Town ol Importance-

describe the I attracted pasture by recently a lot, 1 ; wherever a store of the size, character

are always up from some and usefulness of THIS is serving a thrif-

and wanton" lighting down, I ty: community- \\' WEEK is a distinct -
the spot and found a Ii feature.
The "bad buzzards actually j i
their bills, of a I iI Aside from the money saving advantages of
committed by been dropped, and I HOME DRESSMAKING which this store cannottoo
holding forth her weakened condi-
strongly advocate-we believe the habit of
of old Leon. best to save the life
positive that these setting aside one week-say in each month-is
ing a person have destroyed this going to become more and more general.It .
years for my opportune arrival. Magnolia Avenue II
They should to have the theo- developes initiative, resourcefulnessand
up. appeal to a keener appreciation of good values

wonderful of these balance cruel I have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- which to economical women-TO YOU-

If enemies of the use- uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. will become more valuable as time passes.To .

storff doesn't nature, the buzzard. all who have felt that with all
ever they are,
giving a liberal re- This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
passports their work and planning not accomplishing as
of buzzards and
number of fruit trees.I .
der how [ of bearing much should be towards
the repeal as accomplished replen-

buke directed in the at them.WOODRUFF. I will sell the entire property or will sell any number I ishing the children's and their own wardrobes,

solely and forever.:7 of feet off south end. I SEWING WEEK OFFERS UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES -

Wilhelm. \' WAR VETERAN The house is in good condition and is arranged into II
The of useful-and the '
joy making something sat-
light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
Why has isfaction which comes with knowing that
died at his spare
of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
remain a morning at five moments are being used to good purpose-will be

months? ripe age of 70 years. bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT YOURS the minute you enter the spirit of SEWING -

ingenious, poor health for some BARGAIN. WEEK and turn it to practical account.
If the
ers. was not unexpected. TO FACILITATE your efforts along
aground on from Brighton, Cash or terms. these lines, we will arrange suggestive

Flowery .a beautiful home at Sewing Week Displays in the windows and
It that it
avenue. throughout the store demonstrating the
end not in
of the Bosworth made garment and also giving the actual

at Portland Maine. costs, that we are sure you will appreciate.
Some of be at the Episcopal
There Will Be Special OfferingsIn
trained in
3:15 p. m. Dean S. Y. WAY
games and the services. Silks Dress and Wash Goods special offer-

where the survived by a widow. ings in Linings, Embroideries, Laces Trimmings 4
trained and Notions.

game successes. TO CLASSIFY Insurance and Real Estate Agent SPECIAL SALES

you can IB Dress Lawns, Muslins, Domestics and all
enders may for Ford touring kindred lines.
was knocked Box 693.

YOU are in doubt as to what you
The State }'. Phone you're want to begin on or WHAT YOU CAN
ida says: 4-23-2t MAKE TO BEST ADVANTAGE,

borne I The Pictorial Review Patterns,
I fly, and the runabout; must be
nation with model. Address the recognized Standard all over the

f. effective 584, Orlando, Fla. States--can help you.

typhoid AS A STILL further inducement to get YOU

from a ) to stop at the interested in this BIG plan we will return to you
tive estimate at Rutherfordton, for every CASH PURCHASE made 10 cents on
phoid of Chimney Rock. every dollar. This is in addition to the special
Rock. 4-23-lt
and this prices prevelant throughout the store during the
time week.
f productivity. is not a visitor, but
l and will remain 1 1I 1I I DAY BY DAY SPECIALS
; summer.123lt.* I
White "Wunderhose" Hosiery, 3 and

R part of kitchen range; one J 4 pairs to a box regular $1.00 box,
ment to bedsteads; springs; \ CY Sewing week______________________G9c
planned to dining chairs; almost
ida, so laid South street. c Snaps black and white regular lOc.

K way. The I: dozen, Sewing week, 3 dozen for _____lOc

r talked of as good Jersey cow, I COLLAR SUPPORTS .
' way. Why good brood mare, i Regular lOc. card, Sewing Week, 2 for__oc
l Tampa perfectly gentle, will MADRAS
pass down J. W. Childers,
l f state by : 4-23-6t I Extra fine quality, colored stripe
r Kissimmee effects on white grounds, over 50

t tral pa. We Florida are to $3:> per 'month patterns, Sewing Week, yard -----___25c:
to any employed per-
just as much with regular :Many worth double. See window displayWE
as is the no canvassing,
believe it is Unemployed ARE LOOKING FOR YOU !

the coast. Address, The Silver
zette. ., 123 W. Madison St.,
"America Improve o

son in a :: TO CREDITORS T T "
York as he Your Complexion.TO .
government County Judge, Orange DICKSON-IVESCO.
of Florida-In re Es-
Not sordid A. Rollins. THE LADIES

gain, Legatees, Distribu- Miss :\Morrison, a noted beauty specialist will be
that would Persons having Claims at my store all this week.

ter and hi against of you said, are Estate hereby: Appointments made in :your own home by phone.A i .DEPARTMENT STORE.

-that was few free facial and advice
to present any massages personal will I .. ..
"America which you or be given by Miss Morrison.Don't .

has proved may A. Rollins have against, deceased the, fail to take advantage of this much talked of I I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLA('K I

word or a : county, Florida, to the beauty specialist. : The Store of true service, of never-failing; -
he has of said estate, "
P creating fromthe, date here- .rERUI:'S iPFt RMCT: Y tesy, of fair chandise dealing, of trustworthy mer- I
: that should right prices
17, A. D. 1915.
I 1'
in 1915 but 4-23-8wk Phone 68. Quick Delivery !,


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@rlu Wu urirtyI'I'w IFAVORTE ; ;N IT AT ALLEN a ai '

GRANDTODAY I Open 2 p. m. and Ii M ;

SOCIAL CALENDAR" FOR TilE the Cathedral Chapter this evening at Admission 5 I a : r

WEEK 7:30, at the Chapter House.

, Friday, April 23. -o- Ii .. . . . I I
Nullos Club, bridge-luncheon, San There will be a meeting of the so- TODAY'S '
Juan hotel, Mrs. W. II. Lewis hos- I cial committee of the Civic Leagueat 4-Heels--! I .fit e
tess. the home of Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles I'athe. Serial. "
Entre Nous Club, Mrs. Firnkoess hos- I in two parts; first
tess, at home of Mrs. C. G. West- this morning at 10 o'clock and every Empress. "Hazin the
cott. member is urged to be present. ers." A unique comedy,
Saturday, April 21. -a- I
Auction Bridge Club. ter.United..
Weddings and engagements are "Pauline, the
Sundaypril 25; I, Don't miss the first
Memorial Day, U. D. C. coming on so thick and fast that Joe rt great serial picture, for
)Iondaypril 26. Guernsey, Marion Ives, Will Branch ybmaiount-rIn first of it we know you j 0
Civic League meeting, at Mrs. J. T. and Harry Dixon are all wearing mat- rt as this play was written l COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY
Fuller's residence. + ,. est author in the i
rimonial lightning rods. = : Xo matter how litdeou paou get quality here for the
-- Reeve, and was
MRS. WESTCOTT I Hearst newspapers. .I price. No matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for
ENTERTAINED.Mrs. ORLANDO PEOPLE SHOULD i Pearl White and your money. Aside from real values you can choose from an as-
LEARN HOW TO USE C. C. ported by an all-star sortment unrivalled here-abouts.
C. Westcott entertained at I"clutching hand." I
bridge Wednesday afternoon at her "A MODERN MAGADELENE" Five cents to aU.KIRKLAXD.
. home Lucerne Circle. Tables for (Continued from page 1)
"Doctor" is finished after dinner
bridge were arranged in the spacioussun IN
and he heartily applauded. A SPLENDID PARAMOUNT j
parlor which attractively speaker was [b
was Mr. J. G. Kirkland, = 0 T TT ,
decorated with growing ferns and
I Former president of the club, Jas.L. ger agent of the
quantities of phlox of varied hues.
Giles, spoke on "Truth," and was in Orlando )
according REELS
The first prize, two pairs of silk hose,
to President Way didn't tell pa, looking after the
was won by Miss Stella Fox, and the A SAVING IN PAINT
half the truth, for he omitted several road.
second prize, a lovely sewing box, was
is not made by buying cheap paints,
important items concerning the early *****
Miss Hart. Mrs.
won by Margaret
history of the Country Club. PRICES"U but by purchasing the very bestgrades
Seth Woodruff received the consolation '
David Rogers was called fora such for instance as we ban-
prize, a cut glass vase. Ice upon Luce S
short talk telling how and why he Ez dle. Just think how much more poor
cake and coffee served
cream were
cost if have
the paints you you to keep
won golf tournament trophy.
. at the tables after teh game. I I V&fUJRllil-: 1 renewing them eveear or two.
"Dave" said he was so embarrassedat TODAY
--0-- z I Think how much cheaper are our
winning the cup that he could not
KIL RARE KLUB paints which last twe or three times
think of anything appropriate in the r/
MEETS. f as long.
way of a talk.Following
The Kil Kare Klub THE STRANGE
was charmingly the dinner dancing was Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
entertained Mrs. F. A. ;
yesterday by J
in order for the remainder of the 1L1"
Rybolt at the Melrose. Fourteen I "PRINCESS 205 S. Orange Avenue
I evening. It was a highly successful I
including two |
guests were present dinner and no doubt will mark the be- A Selig Special
club guests, Mrs. Sadie Keefer, of'' COLEMAN 8 RHAN Phone 261
ginning of many new features for plete in two
Jacksonville, and :Miss F. B. Miller of II
the summer season.
Hudson Falls, N. Y. Mrs. J. V. Hook, HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"
The house committee responsible
a member of the club,
departed yes- i
for the success of the affair was Mrs.
terday afternoon for her home in the "lULL'SV
1 Woodruff, and Messrs. DeWitt Miller
North and the members of the club
'and Billy Beardall. Those who as-
went ot the station in
a body to say A Vitagraph Comedy."MISJUDGED
sisted in serving were W. S. Branch,
farewell to her. The next meeting of 'Jr., V. W. Estes, DeWitt Miller, and fresh seeds for
the club will be with Mrs.J. M.Snead, ( ..
II L. B. Forte, and others.
$ Robinson avenue, next week. I The results of the golf tournament GARDEN AND FIELD

MARCH I i yesterday follow: 10 cents 20 cents I

STOLE I S. Y. Way _____________ 9&is78 Incabators
ON FRIENDS. I I J. L. Giles --------_____ 93-20-78 Poultry Supplies Cypher

- A march was stolen on their many I Ii Godfrey --____________103-20-83 An Essanay Comed CALL ON US BEFORE PLANTING

friends yesterday afternoon when I A. Haden -_____________108-25-83 i i
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Mr. Daniel Jackson Brown and Miss I B. Drew --____________101-20-81 I L X2O6 S. Orange Avenue

Cora Elizabeth Smith were united in i N. P. Yowell -__________10G-18-88 DEATH OF MR. COONAHAN FOUR BIG REELS
marriage by Judge Martin at the L. Dolive __ 82- 8-74 I
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court house. The happy groom is an F. D. Guernsey ______-__ 83- 8-75 Mrs. J. W. Spellman, of this city, .

employe of the S. A. L. and the brideis II. Johnson -----__-'___110-16--94 received a wire yesterday morning "SAME LITTLE I The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK

a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. J. D. Barnes ___________ 96-18-78 notifying her of the serious illness of I

Smith, on Lemon street, Mr. Smith I K. Guernsey ___________ 91-14-77 her father, Mr. Patrick Coonahan, in

f being owner of a wood yard. Congratulations 11.. W. Howe -_--________102-25-77 Wynncote, Pa. A short time after t
are expressed to the D. Mallory 80872 the receipt of this message, another w i
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newly wedded couple. They will make I'I IJ. W. Stagg ____________ 80 _10-7CJ. I telegram was received, telling of his

Orlando their home. I L. Guernsey 891475T. death. Mrs. Spellman left last night A. CURTIS! WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
-0- I H. Evans __===_.._ 971889G. .on the 12:30 train to attend the funeral ,

SOCIETY NOTESOF Hart _______________ 95-18-77 of Mr. Coonahan. Many friendsin

INTEREST.The L. H. Gedge ___________ 84- 876P. Orlando sympathize with Mrs. Established 1886 1

executive board of the Civic McNeil _____________ 85877 Spellman in her sudden bereavement.

League held a meeting yesterday at C. J. Fuller ____________ 93-16-77 I
10 o'clock at the San Juan hotel. T. P. Warlow __________ 85-12-73 I :

May 4th was designated by the com- C. Robinson ____________ 891277C. Orlando Wood Yard CURTIS & O'NEAL

mitte as a day to formally inauguratea Dann _______________ 85877 1,

movement to clean up and paint up J. P. Holbrook _________ 95-18-77
Orlando. Every effort will be madeto J. M. Bradshaw ________1072582D. Removed from Pine St. two blocks INSURANCE i

see that the movement is success- Rogers _____________ 95-24-71 north on Railroad, west end Wash- LOANS ii i

fully inaugurated and pushed throughto ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
a successful termination. Mrs. C.G. CAUGHT A TEN AND ONE-HALF i
Westcott is chairman of this com- POUNDER
mittee. The committee also decidedto ij i
Many disciples of Isak Walton are
take up the city water question. I enjoying the excellent' fishing in near- iI
by lakes and streams these days and j
:Miss Shirley Montague and Mr. are finding it excellent sport as well

Randolph, of Jacksonville, who were II'las helping to solve the high cost of

among former Orlandoites attendingthe living. Mr. F. A. Purdy and a party I

Robinson-Cheney wedding in this Hof I i friends were out Thursday on Lake For Sale

city, Wednesday evening, returned to i Concord, when that gentleman, who
their homes in the metropolis yester- I wore the belt last season as the champion OSTEOPATHYDR.

day afternoon. I fisherman in these parts, caught ;
House eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price
i a big mouth bass which tipped the J. C. HOWELL l
The regular meeting of the Mendelssohn I scales at ten and a half pounds. Mr. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

Club will be held Friday 'Purdy is justly proud of his catch, Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free $4500.00. A bargain. 1

night at the Presbyterian vestry, at ''and there are quite a number of 1
8 o'clock. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
sportsmen in this section who are put- HoteL ;

-- ting forth renewed efforts to go him Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I j
There will be a special meeting of one betetr. Orlando Fla. I
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well located lots, on easy terms. As en- j
Protect Your Lawn Flowers and Garden
couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell :j

ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down, :
From Summers' Heat
$10.00 a month until paid for. Six per

cent on deferred payments.



Cotton Covered, Red, Black Rubber, also Wire I Real Estate ;

Bound Hose. Lawn Sprinklers of all kinds I RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCEOffice j

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t! WANTED J Muni uer T tt1 and SliinblesR
Lake Site
SENTINEL WANTED-3,000 to 6,000 acres of
saw-mill' timber near Orlando ad-
dress Box 727. 4-17-6t

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

Terms Cash in Advance. MR. CLIFF COHEN, traveling passenger -
agent Atlantic Coast Line,
136 with beautiful fron-
RATES will operate steel Pullman car from
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t Orlando to Washington Wednesday Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c night, 28th. This car parked for occupancy ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c at 9 o'clock. Diagram open, --- -- --- ---
For One Month ____________$2.50 city ticket office. The last tri-weekly -- ---- -- --
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of sleeper from Orlando to Washingtonwill
25 words or less. If the ad con- leave Orlando Saturday night,
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate May: 1.Instead.
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- of working on a spineless
sertion.If cactus, why does not Luther Burbanktry
See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to his hand at a boneless shad
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 s v 1 _
Every Home-Every Business next day. 3-3-tf
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. TRACY & :MOpRE: CARPENTERSHouse
repairs of all kinds done
Watkins' Block PHONE 504 promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; t
screen doors and windows a specialty; ti i
FOR SALE sleeping porches, counters, shelving LWj
garages, office fixtures; window and :
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-A good A-l horse. For door frames made to order. Get our
particulars call at 104 Garland St. orices. 18 East Church street. /
4-22-Gt postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo
can buy foundation
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stone building blocks, side- FOR SALE-Two bungalows; one Take your Kodak films to Robin- >> j'
walk tile, or anything in my 5-passenper automobile; one bicycle.F. !on. 3-3-tf
\McAuley, 4 West South street.4223t' .
line at reduced. Call around
and let me surprise you on .
Hope Starbuck, 405; :
FOR SALE-Half interest in Southern
prices. Livingston avenue. Phone 521.
Hotel, Rutherfordton. Would 4-18-3tc
F. D. GORE, take Florida property in exchange as I III r' \ I 4
part payment and purchaser to run f
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. hotel. Hotel best in town, plain view BUYERS AND SELLERS
of Chimney Rock mountains. D. F. I buy, sell rent, and eAcliar.pe real
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. Morrow, Rutherfordton, N. C. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
4-22-lt over 30 years. Have handled over
r $20.000,000. Call and see m,.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-What have I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 3r P t
you that you are not married to? :
I have a new 7 room house, modernin ItHl
I every respect, in good location. Dr. F. F. Thompson
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Nice young ten acre grove at Conway,
one-half mile from brick road. Will I I
Office corner Orange Avenue and sell or trade one or both. Now's the DENTIST
time. Don't wait until too late. If 1''
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg. 113: S. Orange A H., over Curtis &
I Phone 419.Great. you don't believe this call and see; or fi
address C. E. P., Orlando, Fla., Route O'Neals.
No. 1, Box 43. 4-22-6t. -

FOR SALE-Two good milk cows; PHONE 646
Reduction prices reasonable. See J. C. John-
l son, Formosa. 4-21-6t For Eight Cylinder (adillac

k Sale on yr. old mules, $350, fat and sound.
Fred W. Wilmott. 4-20-Gt BARNARD & SON

FOR SALE-Purest bred White In- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
Jams Jellies dian Runner duck eggs for hatching; 12-10-ira
r one dollar per twelve. Also a few
choice breeding pens. Now's the time
to hatch 'em. W. K. Hale, Route 1,
f and Orlando, Fla. 4-13-Gt Cut Flowers

i FOR SALE-Ford Roadster, 1913
model in good condition, cheap for 6 l
Canned Fruits cash, phone 363. P. O. Box 206.
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4-20-St and Plants

i We have more than we desire to FOR SALE-Garage, fully equipped, JONESGOES JUST TIE SAME
plenty of work. If you are a me- REASON
carry in stock, so we are going to give chanic this is your opportunity,small Floral Designs
r them away at cost price. amount capital required. Address t.
Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf
: Sale will last all this week.

FOR bushes.SALE Mrs.-Choree Kate cut Ronson roses, Bartholomew and My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

Place, Colonial' Drive. months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
4-16-2W .violet Dell Florist.J. PRICE
CARUTHERS & GORE FOR SALEA e ,:same time it always has.

clean, nice cash business for
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
Modern G
small cash balance' M. CARUTHERSPhone
Grocery payment to suit on two fine lots, ten min- '1
4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .

509. 408 South Lake St. utes walk to center of city,

Phone 200 FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
on one of the best streets. BOUND EAST BOUD
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
6 and 8 East Pine St. modern conveniences, roomy porches, Citrus trees walks fence Read Down Read Up
excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden. ----- -
2-23-tf Do Your etc. I A.MIA.M.: !I P. 1\1. 'iA.l\1. P. 1\1. P. 1\1.

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock ElectricFixtures Orlando I 6:30,10., i 15 3:00 I 9.30 1.3',. 6.00
and tools best farm in county; variety Ocoee
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- if 7=30,' 1.15 4:00: 8.3C 12.30, 5.00
O1I3DdOIashiDgIoA to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock S EIE immediately Winter Garden 7:4511:30 4 30'' 8.15 12.15 4.45
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- Look Oakland
er. 1-16-tfc interested as sale must be I 8:00--- 4:30.: 8.00-- 4.30

1- Old and made at once or not at all, I ---- -- --- --- -- --

FOR RENT: at present prices.

DRAWING ROOM FOR RENT-New furnished house, [Worn Out ? I II

Sleeping Car complete for housekeeping; or two CAREY HANDFUNERAL
or three rooms, all conveniences; rent
reasonable. 211 East Jackson street,
have established a plant for
Methodist church.
near 4-21-31
First Car March 16
on the refinishing of all metal DIRECTORAND
FOR RENT Three furnished housekeeping DR. A. J. TAYLOR
rooms, including kitchen; fixtures and brass beds. This
VIA fine location near Lake Eola; fifteen EMBALMER
I dollars' per month. One room five work is done at a small cost arrd
1 dollars per month. 403 East Pine PHONEK696[

Atlantic Coast Line street. 4-21-3t makes your fixtures look like t

Standard Railroad of the South !I FOR unfurnished.RENT Two 703 rooms Anderson, furnishedor St. new. 905 East Central Avenue 1 iDON'T All calls answered Promptly Dayor

Open for Passengers al 9 P, M. 14-18-6t. Stock of second hand fixturesfor -- --- Night. Hand Block. .

I i FOR RENT May 1st, 6-room unfurnished sale.
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand I cottage,near lake Lucerne, 108 Orlando
America st., just remodeled, new bath Phone 652 and I will call and WORRYIf Florida.PHONE .
SaturdaysLeaving I room with gas, hot water heater,
screens, closets, wide veranda and estimate your job. 639. RESIDENCE PHONE
back porch, chicken house and garage, 457,
Orlando on Train 82, gas; electricity and sewer connection.
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays Apply 75, care Sentinel or phone 573.
and Saturdays.For I 4186t'FOR L. W. LEWIS. you are disappointedabout

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

Agent. FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- CLINT BASS old one in good condi- f our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
mer, or by the year* cheap. T. A. tion for just such occas-
Yancey. 3-28-tfc PHONE 3T5 ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers

For cleanest. clearest Kodak finishing West Jefferson Street I at

?;- go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf Successor to :ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur-
nished or unfurnished; low rates to Hand Wood CompanyWood Dry CleaningSteam I Finley'sPioneer
permanents; close in; vacancies in ,
two houses; all improvements. See Cleaning
DR. L. H. RAMSDELuOPTOMETRISTi owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. of All Kinds Pressing and Repairing : Just across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
i streets.
ORLANDO- FLORIDA 8x10 Kodak enlargement free REASONABLE PRICES
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf Umbrellas recovered and repaired: Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. EI I II
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AND DO ALL KJ DQ OF II "while you wait," at Young's Repair
OPTICAL REPAIRING j Get the news In the Sentinel first. The want ad.'s the thing. Shoe. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre I .

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

, doonethingSATISFY .

To satisfy they must have bargains for buyers---and buyers for bargains. Their record on-reco..d.;: Lookit:; up and write for Red Book.P. .


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Newsy Briefs MacDonald goes to Providence to visit : day with his cousin at Tavares. 'I thur Lemmon Mrs. W. E. Tew Miss Mrs. A. T. McCulloch, of Orlando them come, and we hate to see them
her home folks Mr. MacDonaldwill j Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frint enter- Margaret Tew. is visitng, at the home of her cousin leave.
From Oakland go on to Jit. Arlangton New I tained company from Lakeland last Mrs. John Sahlburg Miss Alice Mr. C. II. Hoffner. Mr. J. Popp, who has been spend-
Jersey to open up his hotel at that !week. Sahlburg and brothers Nelson and ing the winter with his friends, Mr.
I I place for the summer. We are glad I Mr. and Mrs. James Treat autoed | Eric entertained a few of their neigh- Mrs. W. T. Perry, of Nocatee Fla.. i and Mrs. James Wachtgeitl left

Oakland Fla., April 21.Linton I I they expect to return to us next win- .to Daytona Sunday. i hors who are soon to leave for the and Mrs. C. Smith, of Chicago, and Tuesday morning for h'. home in

. Briley spent the week-end with the ter.Rev. :, Mrs. Eugene Brewer son Frank North Monday evening. As the family her young children Marian and Rob- : Cleveland Ohio.
home folks. I L. H. Query went to the sani- i i and grandson Paul expect to leave, has spent some time in Mexico ert Smith are visiting with their sisters -:i The school is indebted to Mr. L. C.
:Messrs. Petris and Chas. Tilden I tarium at Trilby last week. His many I soon to spend the summer in Virginia.Mr. most of the evening was spent in I the I.Iia Cc Frances and"' limy Newell for a set of books. These
went to Daytona the first of last I friends earnestly hope he will derive and Mrs.\ Thompson have veiwing pictures of that country and May, at their home on Lake Conway.Mrs. books will be placed in the school
week to attend the Knights Templar much benefit. I guests this week from St. Petersb- before leaving Mr. Sahlburg the pres- A. Humphries of Tampa a cou- building and pupils may use them
convention. Mrs. Chas. Tilden accompanied Mrs. L. II. Query and daughter \ burg. ident of the Tawanta Reading Club j sin of these ladies and her son, Master -!1 with the permission of the teachers.Rev. .
:Mr. Tilden as far as Orange I Margaret have gone to join her chil- Nathan Beach Stone president of on behalf of that organization presented j David Humphries are also mem- II. M. Ingham preached Sunday -
City where she visited her sister !!! dren at Westminster S. C., and visit Mrs. N. B. Stone the founder ,bers of this and in the Methodist church at Con-
;the Yale Business College, at New I visiting party, happy
Mrs. Walter Michael. her parents. of the club with a beautiful watercolor '! way. Mr. J. A. Wilkes took over in
i times the
[ Haven Conn., was the speaker at the are order of the day with
:Mrs. C. E. Wise returned home on J Ludden Baxter surprised his sisters I! services Sunday. A ten minutes talk picture of a scene in Florida. them. his car Rev. and Mrs. Ingham and
Saturday to the satisfaction of her Mrs. Smith and Miss Dollie Baxter j was given to the children after which The entertainment "A Living Magazine -I Mrs. Homer Sheldon had a pleasantstay I neve H. Slater.
many friends after a visit to her I by arriving at their home on .an address was given on "amuse- ," presented by the Lake Jennie I of a few days, during this week, I' Dr. Geo. T. Bennett conducted the
. daughter at Orange City. i Monday evening.Mr. !ments.. Jewel Union Sunday school Thursday !with her friend, Mrs. L. Hodge, of services at Union Chapel Sunday
A little son arrived at the home of I and Mrs. Hatfield and Mrs. Michael I i Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Finch and evening, at the home of Mr. and )Irs.I I'' Orlando. These ladies are friends of : morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith April 13. and Eva were callers at the Col- i iI J. W. face was pronounced one of long standing in the state of Ohio j In Union Sunday school Sundayi
I who have been the ;
Miss Cornelia Crawford who has ,lier home at Bear's Gap on Sunday daughter spending i iI I I the best home talent entertainments j i I I'I and they; enjoy winterisits with i morning Mr. Wm. Wigman was elected -
been a guest in the Collier home, left I j afternoon. !'past four months at "Maryland Villa ever witnessed by those present. The 'each other in the state of Florida. j i secretary to fill the vacancy caused
will leave for their home
Monday for Parkersburg W. Va. I i Baxter Brock has had his motorboat N.Thursday Y. at :'I tableaux were unusually pretty and [I Mr. II. A. Hoffner of Jacksonville, :i by the going away of Mr. Roy Harris
Mr. and Mrs. B. Cooley went to I I the Tennessee nicely repaired !iWaverly, I the mattress work and balancing of ,i was aisitor Monday evening with who has been the secretary for quitea
their Kansas home last week.being I and has put it over in Johns lake I i! Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McMahan who Walter Juergensen and his little three {!his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hoff while.
the last of the tourists to leave. They that he may use it to go to his prop- i have occupied one of the bungalows year old' daughter deserve special ; Revival meetings under the aus-
decided to wait until the snows were erty over by Mr. Robinson's place. '!on Lake Jennie Jewel this season, will mention as does also the piano solos ner.Mr.. and Mrs. L. C. Newell left pices of Methodist church will begin -
Mrs. Chas. Lee and her contest start about the first of May on an of Miss Alice Sahlburg.Pinecastle Tuesday for their home at Ashtabula in Union Chapel Saturday or Sun- .
over.Mr. class from Clermont inter- auto trip to Colorado Springs and I day evening. An evangelist will as-
E. C. Vick is the lucky pos- gave an Ohio. In point of residence the New
sessor of the fine Reo car that Mr. B. esting program on Friday night at later expect to go to Honolulu.I els are our oldest winter residents sist Rev. King D. Jones.
Cooley had shipped for his use this the church. The girls did their parts I and Mrs. W. E. Tew and daughter ItemsPine and have always been to Pine Castle
Miss\ will leave here i
well. Their added much life Margaret
winter. songs such citizens that we are glad to see Get the news in the Sentinel first.
to the .As two of the next week for their home at Waverly Castle i!
Miss Mary Conway and Miss program. con- I Fla., April 21.-Mr. W.
'Thorne came over from Rollins Col- testants failed to come the medai was JN. Y. Roy Harris left Thursday morning j - --- -- --
lege as guests of the Misses Tilden not awarded but Lulu Gilbert received -1: Miss Kinne of Jacksonville was a I I for Mt. Gilead Ohio, where he enters j
in honor of Miss Gladys' birthday.Mrs. the highest number of credits. 1 recent guest of Mrs. J. W. Howell. .the employ of the W. Emerson Machine !' Why don't call and let us quote you our low
J. R. MacDonald and Mrs. j A number of the friends of Mrs.J. I Shops of that place. He ex- \ you
Chas. Maurice were in Ocoee Mondayto W. Pace gave her a surprise at her i pected to stop en route at Cincinnati i
call upon Rev. and Mrs. Thompson. Drennen Notes i j!home at Virgilina grove Tuesday af- :and spend a few days: with his friend, Summer Rates at the
j ternoon. The early part of the after- 'Mr. Clifford Maims, who will see to it i'
Quite a crowd of Oaklandites went Drennen Fla., April 21. William noon was spent with thimbles and that Mr. Harris sees the sights of
by automobile to picnic at Wekiwa Pitt of Cocoa Fla., formerly of New ;, Mrs. Pace was presented with a cook that city. I Eccl.pi.re: Hotel::
Springs. They report a grand time York came here Wednesday for a book compiled by the guests. Those I Mrs. A. N. Crutchfield of Grace- '
and all agree that it is an ideal spot short visit with Capt. C. L. Albertson.Mr. [present were Mrs. W. J. Rice Mrs. ville Fla., arrived Friday for a visitat .
Lunch Room added
for a picnic. and Mrs. N. B. Stone and two I I Bert Humphries, Mrs. W. E. Dewar the home of her mother Mrs. N. T. The Dining Room with the Quick

The Oakland hotel closed on Thurs- sons, of New Haven Conn., left Tues- I(Mrs. Amasa Finch Miss Mary Finch Hansel. She will be joined later by makes it the cheapest nicest place in the city to live.
day. Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald and day; for their northern home 'Miss Lillian Barnum Miss Mary Harris Mr. Crutchfield and they will enjoy a
little Jack leave on Tuesday. Mrs. Capt. C. L. Albertson spent Sun- Mrs. William Lemmon Mrs. Ar- lengthy stay with relatives here.



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Remington to Remington

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas leased for three years, for 7500.00 per year
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt want Timber land in Florida.
Quality Refinment

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.
Price 15000.00; make us an offer of Florida property. J.

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. t

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.

Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats
a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends Price Want
rents for $2,664.00 per year. $25OUO.00.lortgage 1150000. good
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We .

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x 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

ac ? Income Property.WARING.

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

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

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



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Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Fosgateand ..... .
'-- :.7_ "-'" ':r. :. .. '"''?:" 7.Jr ,-- ,.
son left last night for their homeat '1"\ :
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Boston :Mass.: AS A :: \. r?::: \ ,r--::'
G ROCK =- :.
\ After a delightful sojourn of sev- -
sk eral weeks in St. Petersburg. and :'- --=- .t-. ''-- ''': :
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:Mrs. Geo.V.. Jenkins returned to Or- -- )t.. '"' ,1" : ;: ptiri
I' lando yesterday afternoon. .. .:i.. -f .. h_.. ?..- .' -4 -
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:Mrs.: Nell Varnes returned to her :: '; : iel1o. "" ,,,, : -iiII 1
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home in Palatka yesterday afternoon ..-".: "rT-:#-.. : ..
after a pleasant week's visit with '"
:Miss Roberta Branch. 'J. ._ .- $R"

Mrs. L. X. Todd mother of Mrs _, .
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j : J. A. Abberper, left yesterday for 1 J ; ., -" .
I II :Minneola: where she will ;; -:
spend a T :
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A BANK FOR ALL THE I I week with her friend, :Mrs.: E. Hunt. -"; ---

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FAMILY : :: =" .
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Burden
removed riL -:- -- '
I I' from r--:. \ _
yesterday 107 South
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The boy or girl, young ,I I It! Lake street to 409 East Church }:' ; .
man, business woman and I: I I street where they are at home to -- -. "'"' I,. --- --- -
housewife will all find this "II'i their friends. _.\,,. r;l1"f.. .-- .
Bank useful from their own 'I "" .. .: -'.;-' .... .
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i particular point of view. The f I Mr. J. :M.: Johnson one of Kissim- --u- ---- _. ==-...-
I broad and efficient service ... -' .
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'I J mee's popular and rising young gentlemen ;:; .
I meets the requirements of all spent yesterday in Orlando 9"s-2j; l --- -.,...-=..-..
classes and covers every I greeting friends and looking after
banking need as applied to business matters.

Savings Accounts and Check- Mr. and :Mrs.: Joseph Dawson returned BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.

ing Accounts yesterday afternoon from THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION

THE STATE BANK OF lantic Beach, where they spent the GOLD IS ISSUED CURRENCY.A .
ORLANDO past two weeks in a most delightful


delivery attachment for his Harley ING.
iiiim 1Lij1 Davidson motorcjcle. It is a very
roomy and practical affair and will be
used to deliver cigars and periodicalsfor The Peoples National Bank

Mr. Wright's "Good and Bad"

H cigar stand and also for his postofficenews "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

:Mr.: and :Mrs.: A. G. Layton and

daughter, Miss Jennie, who have been
.j spending the season at Fort :Myers:
,and St. Petersburg, and who stopped

over in Orlando for a couple of days II ""' I I I I I I IMCMIMMMIttilifMMMIIIIIitf
NOTASEME{ [ ;left last evening for DeLand where '

1 t : they will spend a while before continuing -
AND I their journey to their home in
Boston, :Mass.:
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INERCHILREFRIGERATORS Guests registering at the San Juan
yesterday included Mr. and Mrs. David -
'I A. Leon, L. II. D. Baker, Jack- BargainOne
sonville; J. A. Spruill, Gainesville;
iJ. II Holcombe, Tampa; R. V. Haslet
C. H. Godfrey, Atlanta; Joe M. :McCormick : -
are designed to meet P. MeMainuel:: Tavares; "
p, the demand for medium I j W A. Logan, Birmingham, and C. ::\1. Buick Model 21" five passenger
: 1? priced high-grade Guther, New York.

7 ----= -"" -, refrigerators.Careful attention is Mr. and :Mrs.: T. W. Howe, who good condition throughout. .

a given not only to the have been spending the past week in
outward appearance, Orlando after enjoying an outing at
but especially to the various West Coast resorts, left yesterday -

general inside construction, cleanliness and circulation, in morning for their home in $875.00
order to produce correct and proper refrigeration. :Minneapolis: Minn:: where they will H
Construction.The spend the summer. They expressed
outer case is made of Solid Ash
themselves as having enjoyed their
with raised panels, finished in Golden Oak. The inner visit to Florida and especially this

case is of hardwood lumber and city. .
between the two is a thorough
'-- insulation of dead air and non- Mr. and :Mrs.: J. G. Hook, popular

conducting sheating.ICE winter residents of Orlando, left yesterday -

CHAMBER.-Galvanized afternoon for their summer ,
iron lined, with all-metal ice home in Antwerp, Ohio. They are
rack and removable flues. both enthusiastic boosters for this San Juan Garage Company |
Provision Chamber. Galvan- city and say there is no other place ,
iron and odorless white enameled like it. They will return the first of :

Shelves.with removable-Adjustable drain pipe.tinned them September.posted on The the Sentinel happenings will of keep Orange I I. MIMiMIM . . . . . . .. . .

woven wire in all patterns. county during their absence.
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Casters.-Self-retaining with spring sockets. Swing Mr:: and Mrs. Chas. P. For ter left ,
baseboard. Automatic rain trap.
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for their home in Pitts-
See this before
you any Refrigerator
burg, Pa. They have been visiting
points of interest in Florida since Jan I ., I, _

OSCAR HAND & SON I uary and are wending their way r r ". _,. .r '
1.homeward by easy stages, expecting f .- .. :(1., '
to reach the "Smoky City" by the .-. .y .. ..t .->4 <
\ first of June. They are coming South I I. \ ..' :- ,5),)fJ!'. .-
next winter and expect to spend at -
.'IMIMIMitOIMMMM III t I 1I1IIII t II III I least three months in this city. THE SAVINGS CENTER j -... .. '
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dillard and
t daughter, :Miss: :Mabel: of Winter ar-I SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE k __. .f -
motored to Orlando
jesterday INVESTMENTS in the
run are ,, :
and spent most of the forenoon greeting I "
t friends and seeing the sight placed where earning power combines with i \ (1

Mr. Dillard reports his section of Orange .'.
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin GREATEST SAFETY.
county as being in a prosperous !,
condition and crops looking remarka- i\ That is why this Bank has 00 SAVING #
Pendantor My well. West Orange was visited .
C r a delightful shower Wednesday which j I DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER .

refreshed vegetation considerably and I OF FLORIDA. '
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best laid the dust. I
r value for your money by coming to us. 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. '
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine Mr. and :Mrs.: H. M. Hull, who are

goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof spending the winter at 208 Palmetto I! ;

merit. We excel in this line, :yet our prices are exceedingly avenue returned to Orlando )-ester- I i : :
: low. We also offer :you choice selections and day from Daytona; where they accompanied 4 ;iTfI.d .
the best service. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: L. S. Spencer, j
who were en route to Cooperstown N.
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it : Y., after enjoying the delights of the
-the kind of quality: that guarantees satisfaction to the :, City Beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Hull report -
wearer. o a most pleasant time,

::: the to are ever.Jacksonville Clyde better:Mr.: Line satisfied and Mrs.for and New with Spencer then York Orlando embark will, continuing than auto they on i'! Or1allo Bank & Trn t C ill an"Consultation

T. H. EVANS : their journey home by easy ,i!
: stages. They are largely interested : "
in property in and around Orlando 1 Incurs No Obligation.
: and will return in
early the fall. During -
f JEWELER the summer months they conduct II
,i[ "Otsego Hall," one of the largest
hos-I I
;* 11111'11""II'IQ IIIIIII'II""III'IIII"i" telries in that city. -- ..........a.

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