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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 24, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1915. NUMBER 62.
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GAS DRIVES THE FRENCH I BROOKLYN WOMAN HAS Brief Bulletins

CARRANZA VILLBEPOVERIN MILLIONS TO 1. R.
TROOPS BACK IN CONFUSION Ticked Off Wire

HEAD CRUSHED BY BRUTENEW .

I At Late HourPLOT

. A LARGE QUANTITY IS NOW USED LIKE GIVING TO
YORK, APRIL 23.-STRANGLED TORN FROM HER FINGERS AND

TO KIDNAP THAW NIPPED ,
THE HOUSE RANSACKED.
AND WITH HER HEAD

And Shows Long and Deliberate CRUSHED MRS. JULIA HELL- DETECTIVES TOOK PHOTOGRAPHS New York April 23.-Sheritf Grif-I
MEXICOU. OF TilE FINGER :MARKSON fenhagen said today he had taken every Y. M. C. A.

Preparation by Germansfor NER, WIFE OF SELIGMAN L.HELLXER TilE SLAIN WOMAN'S NECK. precaution to frustrate an alleged

Employment of WEALTHY PRESIDENT A GENERAL ALARM WAS SENT plot to spirit Harry Thaw out of New

OF A CORSET COMPANY, OUT FOR FRANZ IIAMER, MAN York state, which came to light last
Such Device S. BELIEVES VILLA WILL BULL MOOSE SAYS GIVINGOF
WAS FOUND DEAD IN HER HOMEIN OF ALL WORK, WHO WAS SEEN night in Norfolk, Va. Without accus-

bureau BE ELIMINATED AT BROOKLYN TODAY.A LEAVING THE HOUSE WITH A ing Thaw or any of his intimates of 3,000,000: BY CORPORATIONS -
London, April 23.-The press -
EARLY DATE WEDDING RING AND TWO BUNDLE SHORTLY BEFORE TIlE participation in the plot, the local authorities TO FUND
following -
the the
tonight gave public DIAMOND RINGS HAD BEEN BODY WAS FOUND. said they had reason to be-

dispatch from Sir John French lieve plans had been laid to take

. under date of April 23: NO CHANGE !IN MEXICAN POLICYSo RETURN FROM I. O. O. F. BY I I DIXIE HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS Thaw from his guard on the way to WAS LIKE Y. M. C. A. DONATION

the developed court here, place him in an automo-
"Yesterday evening enemy AUTOMOBILEMessrs. MEET IN LOUISVILLE
bile and hurry him to the first train
an attack on the French Secretary Bryan AnnouncesIs for Virginia. Standard Oil Also Chipped in
left in the neighbor- F. L. Helms, Frank Eaton, Louisville, K-Dixie highway commissioners -
on our
troops
Waiting for Report W. H. Brokaw, J. F. Schumann, H. C. appointed by the governors $100.000, but It Was Returned -
hood of Bixschoote and Langemarick,
Duval West Makesto Henry, M. L. Zellers, and J. T. Dale, of the seven states to be tra- MORE MUNITIONS USED IN 4 Says Teddy

and north of Ypres Salient. This at- who have been at' Gainesville 'the versed by the proposed highway from DAYS THAN IN BOER WAR

tack was preceded by a heavy bom- Wilson greater part of the week in attend- Chicago to Miami, Fla., held their London.-During the four days bat- Indignantly

bardment, the enemy at the same ance upon Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., first meeting here today for consideration tle of Neuve Chapelle in the month of
time making use of a number of Washington, April 23. "Until fur- Syracuse! N. Y., April 23.-Gazing
returned yesterday. They came across I or routes. Besides the fourteen March as much ammunition was expended -
appliances for the production of as- ther notice there will be no change in fixedly at the jury which will decide
the country by auto and report a I commissioners, two each from Florida as was used during the entire
the Mexican policy. whether he libeled Barnes to the tune
phyxiating gas. busy season among the farmers along I Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Boer war, according to a statement
"The indicates This statement was made today by of $50,000 Theodore Roosevelt an-
quantity produced the line. Perhaps the largest acre- Indiana and Illinois, Governor Ral- made in the house of commons this
Secretary Bryan.It 'I nounced this afternoon that for the
and deliberate for
long preparation age in the history of Florida, they ston, of Indiana, who called the meeting afternoon by Chancellor of the Ex-
the of devices is understood by the officials in corporations to give $3,000,000 to his
employment contraryto say, is being put in crop this season. I and Governor Slaton, of Georgia, chequer David Lloyd-George. The
the terms of the Hague convention, the state department that the "fur- campaign fund was precisely like giv-
It is noticeable that corn and hay and Governor McCreary, of Kentucky, Boer war lasted for two years and
to which the enemy subscribed. ther notice" referred to by Mr. Bryan ing money to the Y. :M.: C. A.
are receiving larger attention attended. nine months.
"During the night the French had will depend upon the character of the crops The corporation men who raised
than ever before, while melons and Organization of the commission and
to retire from the zone. report to be made to the president by this fund were the same who helpedto
gas beans in a good growing condi- the possible' hearing of interested
snap WIFE ARRESTED CHARGED
par- ,
Duval West his whois him in 1904 and
elect
"Overwhelmed by the fumes, they personal agent, president ,
tion in the counties traversed by the ties as regards the various contendingroutes
WITH MURDER OF
the to included J. P. :: & Co., Geo. W.
have fallen back to the canal in the now on way Washingtonfrom Morgan
party are estimated by hundreds of will the entire first
occupy HUSBAND
neighborhood of Boesinghe. Our front Mexico City. Perkins, E. H. llarriman, Charles S.
acres. The gentlemen are unanimousin meeting according to Gordon
Harry ,
remains intact, except on the extreme Continued reports to the depart- Douglas, Ga., April .-Charged :Mellen: for the New Haven road, An-
the statement that in the trip and former lieutenant of Indi-
left where our troops had to readjust ment of the success of Obregon and governor with killing her husband, the Rev. drew Carnegie of the Steel crowd, of
during their stay in other towns they who with Thomas
ana, Taggart
the elimination of Villa has rep- Allen Haskins minister others who later
their line to conform to the new probable a Baptist 1 Pittsburg, and many
saw no city that would with resents that state.
French line. induced the officials to believe if Ob compare who was killed with a shotgun Tuesday were classed as malefactors of great
Orlando for beauty and business ac Good roads enthusiasts from all of
"Two attacks which were delivered regon doesn't start a new revolution, night while asleep at his \home at wealth. "*" '!
tivity. The next session of the Grand the interested states dele-
against our lines near Ypres were there will coon be but one great mili- including Leliaton, near here, Mrs. Margaret The Standard Oil also chipped in
Lodge will meet in our neighboringcity gations from Chattanooga and Nash-
easily repulsed. Fighting still continues tary power in :Mexico, namely Car- Haskins was arrested and placed in one hundred thousand, but this the
of Sanford. ville Tenn. Rome Ga.
Indianapolis,
in the region north of Ypres." ranza, and the United States might jail here today.EGYPTIAN Colonel insisted indignantly was re
Cincinnati and various
f take up with him the subject of rec- Kentucky turned.
LUCERNE COURT WILL BE AT- points, were present.
ognition. later admitted that Thos.
FAVORITE PLAYING TO GOOD WHO TRIED TO KILL Roosevelt
Initial official action to-
TRACTIVE"I looking
HOUSESThe SULTAN KEMAL: MUST F. Ryan's gift of half a million to the
ward erection of the
proposed high-
CARL DAMN SELLS ANOTHER HANG campaign of Parker, who was Demo-
am going to build something at way was taken at a meeting of governors -
candidate for in 1904,
Favorite theatre, on Church FINE LOT Cairo, Egypt.The young Egyptian cratic president
the corner of Elliott street and De- at Chattanooga April 3. Deter-
street, continues to draw the throngs.The merchant named Khalil, who on April was also in the nature of a Y. M. C.
Laney street," said C. A. Hovey yes- mination of the route then was left to
pictures are high class and full 8 made unsuccessful in A. donation.
an attempt
Mrs:: J. A. Droege, of Connecticut, terday, "that will be a credit to Lu- the commission which met here today.
of interest. This got into the record the fast
They appeal to all classes. Cairo to assassinate Hussein Kemal,
has purchased a portion of Conway cerne Circle, something unique, some-
Pathe, Empress and United films the sultan of Egypt, was today sen- that Parker also had been helped bra
Heights from Carl Dann and will
thing that will be the climax of my YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
were on the screen last evening, and tenced by a military court to be Big Business.
build a home. This is a fine locationfor long building career. I am going to
tonight there will be an excellent bill. hanged.CIMDERS0.1OLCO..
prospective home buildersTUEAPOPKATAX spend money and I am going to spendit National League
See advertisement 5. The
on page GREAT STORM SWEEPS TEXAS,
wisely and judiciously." Mr. Ho- Philadelphia 2, Boston 1.
popular price of five cents to all insures CAUSING DEATH AND HEAVY
vey will today start the erection of Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 2.
seats air excel-
good splendid SYSTEM PROPERTY LOSS
lent pictures, and more than one his first bungalow at the corner of St. Louis 4, Chicago 8. .

.. Elliott and DeLaney streets. It will Brooklyn-New York rain.

ite hour's is enjoying solid enjoyment.a most deserving The Favor-pat- BILL IS PASSEDBY P have DeLaney three and spacious Elliott verandas streets and, facing the Detroit 4 American, Cleveland League;8. TO IMPROVE LAKEHIGHlAND fifteen Austin and, Tex.twenty, April lives 23.-Between were lost in

ronage. the flood which swept down Waller
inner court. Mr. Hovey has nearly Chicago 4, St. Louis 3.
and Shoal creeks here last
SENATEALSO completed the central walk in the center New York-Washington; rain. night, it
READ
ADVERTISEMENT OF H. M. estimated Houses
was today.
were
of which will be a fountain. On
Boston-Philadelphia; rain.
SELF & CO. IN SENTINEL
in
either side of the walk fronting DeLaney Federal League jammed masses against the bridgesand

ABOUT FIFTY OTHER street will be two pillars surmounted Newark 5, Brooklyn 9. GIVES WATER COMPANY 30 many business buildings were
It is always a problem for the wifeto flooded. The dead include Tom
LOCAL BILLS GRANTING with electric lights and con- Buffalo 5, Baltimore 6. DAYS NOTICE TO MAKE Quinn,
for in
prepare something Sunday fireman who
a city was engaged in
structed of coquina. The bungalowswill St. Louis 2, Pittsburg 5. IIPROVEIENTSApplication
the line of meat. Not so after this. CHARTER CHANGES rescue work.

All you have to do is to read the ad- have considerable coquina in Kansas City-Chicago; rain.

vertisement of H. :M.: Self & Co. in Senate Favors Suffrage Bill as them. Nashville Southern League Before Council to Dallas, Tex., April 23.-Eight persons -

this issue. Today is a special Satur- Regards FellsmereSenator Memphis 4. Reduce Fines of Johnsonand dead, thousands of dollars prop-
NEW YORKER PURCHASES LAND Chattanooga 9, Little Rock 2.
bill of
day dinner
Sunday suggestions.Read erty damage, telegraph and telephone
Was
Talks of Kilgore
Bryan
the SOUTHEAST OF ORLANDO Birmingham 5, Atlanta 1.
suggestions call "The
up communication interrupted and rail-
Primary Law South Atlantic League RejectedThe
Parlor Market. and you are certainto road schedules disarranged by wash- !
please' husband Michael Wolfe, of Eastman, N. Y., Columbus 3, Jacksonville 2.
your tomorrow. outs, soft track and threatened i ibridJ'es
By C. F. Johnson has purchased a large tract of land Savannah 9, Augusta 0. city council met yesterday and the 1!

southeast of Orlando, which he will Macon 8, Albany 2. passed the following resolution introduced was known result early
DEATH OF V. V. McINTOSH
Tallahassee, Fla., April 23.-Spe- today of a rain, electrical and wind
transform into a real farm and will Columbia 4, Charleston 3. by Commissioner Johnson:
cial the Sentinel. The to- ;
to )- senate storm which
was general over -
Resolved by the City Council, that practically
Mr. V. V. McIntosh, 42 years old, day passed about fifty local bills bring his family here next fall and the Orlando Water and Light com- all of Texas and the eastern j

died yesterday morning. For the past granting changes in charters and val- occupy the place. :Mr.: Wolfe is a man CORN LOOKING GOOD NEAR pany is hereby ordered to immediatelymake portion of Oklahoma yesterday and 1

few months he had been foreman rt idating bonds for towns all over the : of considerable means and is an expert LAKE PICKETTMr. such improvements around and last night. j

Mr. J. W. Jackson's turpentine still. state. The bill relating to the tax soil man and will test out every in Lake Highland, the present source In the Thrall oil field near Taylor, ;
of the city's water supply, as are required -
He 'leaves a wife to mourn his loss. system of Apopka was among the acre of soil before cropping it. He is J. F. Harrell and son, Mr. to protect the city water from Texas, tanks containing on ehundredand

The body will be prepared for shipment number. a believer in forage crops and natural Charles Harrell, prosperous farmers possible danger of pollution, includingthe fifty thousand barrels of oil were

to Howling Green by Hammond The house consumed most of the soil building crops and his efforts will and truckers residing in the fertile erection of dykes thoroughly set on fire. The loss, it is said, would !
dredge the lake to free it of all rubbish "
& Gore undertakers. day in a discussion of the salt water be watched with interest by those !section of Lake Pickett, were in Or- vegetation muck be $75,000. Lightning is believed to
etc., erect a
fish bill, but before adjournmentnassed I anxious for better farming in Florida. lando yesterday on a trading expedi- I fence around the entire lake, and have started the blaze. '

GOOD SHOW AT GRAND a concurrent resolution callingfor Large silos will be built and stock tion. While in the city they found make such other improvements as are I Lightning started a fire in an oil
I .
I foods will be prepared and stored as deemed necessary by II. C. Robertson
amendment the time make call
an to constitution to a at this office and warehouse in Dallas, causing a loss of
commissioner of and the
sanitation
"A llodernIagdalen":: was the sub- adopting the "grandfather system"in I in the North so that in winter season renew their allegiance to the old reli- entire city council, to place the watershed i;$120,000. j ji

ject of the play at the Grand last qualifying to vote. Property value ; he can feed his stock instead of letting able South Florida Sentinel. Their I in an absolutely sanitary condi- I In Oklahoma the Canadian river at 1

evening. It was produced by; the Life and assessed at five hundred dollars it roam over the woods to hunta section of the country does not show tion.Resolved Chickasha cut a new channel two ,

Photo Film Corporation, and was is also provided in the resolution as meager living.JACKSONVILLE. any bad effects from the dry weathernd I fully complied further with,within that this thirty order days be I miles from its old bed and ten passenger -

gripping with a good moral, as the a qualification.The I corn is looking good in that lo- from date. trains were marooned there.

name implies. Remember to see the senate went on record as favoring BUSIXESSIAN cality. :Mr.: J. F. Harrell will plant I An application from Attorneys The Santa Fe railroad lost one thou-

film tonight. equal suffrage when they DEAD six acres in sweet potatoes. I Rowe and Blackman asking for a reduction sand feet of track at Purcell, and

passed the commission charter bill for Jacksonville, Fla., April .
-Capt. I of the fines in the Johnson- bridges are threatened at several

CROPS SUFFER IN PHILIPPINESWashington. Fellsmere today. 'Charles Edwin Garner, aged 62 years, READ SUNDAY SENTINEL FOR Kilgore case was refused. points on that road by swollen

The main feature of that charter 'I one of the best known business men FEATURES I streams.

.-Gov. Gen. Harrison bill which received the unanimousvote of the city, died this morning at his HERE'S CHANCE TO WIN $5 GOLD Bursting of a gas main at Alvord, .

reports that an unusual drought has was woman suffrage and voting : home, 1329 Park street Riverside,af- Tomorrow the Sentinel will publish I C. P. Dow, cashier of the People's Texas, caused by water underminingthe

already done much injury to crops, power of any corporation in Fells- i etr an illness of two years. His death !a letter written to Orlando people by I National Bank, recently received a line, has left Dallas and Fort
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especially rice and tobacco, and if it mere through an authorized agent in :has cast a pall of sorrow over the an officer in the British navy. He ,letter that baffles interpretation, almost Worth without natural gas since three

continues "the damage may assume all elections. The charter was pre- entire city. writes concerning North sea battles o It is next to illegible. Today o'clock Thursday afternoon, and it

alarming proportions. pared by P. A. Vans Agnew and introduced I Capt. Garner came to Jacksonvillein and the general situation in Great :he will post it in the bank window, was not known early today when the

by Senator Hudson of Mi 1881, and from the time of his ar- Britain. It is, of course, the British i covering the name of the author. To break would be repaired. i

WEATHERMAN SAYS FAIR WITH ami. rival there was no more active or point of view and radical, but it is t i the person under 18 years old who

WINDS Senator Bryan tonight addressed a powerful influence for the good of the worth reading. Don't fail to securea can read and reproduce it in the neatest Read the beginning of a new novelin

joint session of both houses on city. He was a successful businessman copy of the paper. The third installment i manner, Mr. Dow will give $5 in the Red Book by Mrs, HumphreyWard.

Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- changes needed in the Bryan primarylaw. and as a financier he ranked as of "The Black Box" will gold. The judges will be Professors Curtis & O'Neal's book, stationery -:

day; light variable winds. high as any in the state. also be published. Coleman and Simmons. and music store.



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ZEPI'ELIA WRY WITH HIS I I French critics, however, hasten to picture -'WIIATU.\USES: ROOSEVELT GRUNDAHL-SMITH: TO WRESTLE i iI

CAPTAINS BUT CONFIDENTOF the Count as a disappointed old I ARE FIGHTING FOR. I j TO FINISH: HERE ON: APRIL

SUCCESS man, disgruntled over the failure of I I 29THArrangements I
his plans, and seeking to put the xJarnes asserts Roosevelt libellea

Berlin.-Count Ferdinand Zeppelin, blame on the maladroitness or over- I him by calling him a boss and an ally J have been completed, I Ii Cow Peas
caution of his air captains. lof Charles F. Murphy of Tammany after the exchange of several com- I
with von Hindenberg, the idol of the i
Nothing could be further from the i Hall. I municantions, for a wrestling match '
German assembled the com-
people
truth. The Count is as confident in I It was the bi-partisan charge that to the finish between George Grun- Velvet Beans
manders of his giant dirigibles a few
his great idea as ever. The German hurt. Barnes is determined to kill I dahl, champion of the South, and Sid
days ago and spoke a few plain people are behind him equally with once and for all stories that he and !I J. Smith, champion of New York

words. The Fatherland depended up- I the Kaiser. Germany now has at Murphy have ruled that state by secret I j State for four years, and now spending -
Kaffir Corn
on them, he said and they must press
least thirty Zeppelins in commission, agreement. the season at Orlando.
their expeditions this summer no mat- I
most of which cast the best air dread- More than 300 witnesses have been The match is to take place in the
ter what wind and weather they en- J
naughts of even last summer in the I summoned for the defense. Through Baird Theater, Gainesville, on Thurs-
countered.Such lectures of commandersinchief shade. these it will be attempted to show I day, April 29, at 8 o'clock p. m., and I! Ambler Sorghum
I that Mr. Barnes really is what lr'l admission to the ring-side will be 75 '!
their subordinates infrequent
to are not -
as all close students of mil- Advertise all the time-not extravagantly Roosevelt has said he is.Mr. cents, general admission 50 cents, |
not wastefully, but don't give Barnes will endeavor to show children 15 cents, and ladies with Natal Grass
know. British and
itary history
anybody a chance to forget you. that his interest in politics has been gentlemen free. I

u -- -- .. purely patriotic. lie will deny espe- The match, it is believed, will proveto
cially that he has ever dealt with the be one of the most exciting ever TeosinteAll
f OUR MOTTO : opposition party in defeating the will held in Flordia. Smith chalenged

of the people. Grundahl about six weeks ago, but
Small Profits and Quick Returns." Both men have abundant means. the latter was indisposed from pto-
Neither needs the fifty thousand at maine poisoning at the time. lIe

I Here is where you pay for the service you get and no stake.If states that he has now fully regainedhis Kinds Garden and Farm Seed
wins his he will
Barnes fight con- weight and is confident of win-
f more. In these times you should pay for no service you sider himself completely vindicated, ning. The rule, catch-as-you-can, no

t don't get. Investigate our plan. and will no doubt openly resume his holds barred, will prevail, the best Fresh Seed and Right Prices
leadership of the party in the state two out of three falls.
t THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. and again seek an election to the I

United States senate.A 180,000,000 HUSSIONS: ON THE
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 WATER WAGON

MAN'S MOTHER StoreJ.
City Drug
In the May Magazine Captain
"Your mother's life has not been Granville Fortescue writes an inter-

I easy. Your father was a poor man, esting article entitled, "Battling for
ORLANDO FLA.
L. DEAN Prop. ,
I and from the day she married him Warsaw." It is an account of the greatwar
I ORLANDO ROOFINGAND she stood by his side, fighting as a on the eastern frontier of Ger-

woman must fight. She worked, not I many. Following is an extract:
the eight or ten-hour day of the union, I "When Russia went to war the

SHEET METAL CO. but the twenty-four-hour day of the Czar with a stroke of the pen put I .
poor wife and mother. She cooked one hundred and eighty million peopleon
and cleaned and scrubbed and patched the water wagon. And believeme The 14ar1t
and nursed from dawn until bed- this water wagon 'ikon is no bluff.It .
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, time, and in the night was up and is harder to get a drink in Russia OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

down getting drinks for thirsty lips, today than it is at Lake Mohonk. How POST OFFICE .
and Rubber OPPOSITE
Roofings coverng restless Ittle sleepers, 1st- wise was the edict of the ruler of
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
enng for croupy coughs. She had Russia is now shown in the condition '
Cornices Skylights .Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings time to listen to your stories of boyishfun I.of his army. Their fighting effectiveness Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
and frolic and triumph. She I is higher than that of the French Everything screened away from the flies and kept frh

Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO had time to say the things that spur- and fuly equal to the English, meas- and pure.
red your ambition on. She never for- ured by the physical fitness of the We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
got to cook the little dishes you liked. units composing forces. On the everything in the Meat Line.
She did without the dress she needed other hand, the German soldiers near-

that you might not be ashamed of ly all carry flasks of whiskey or other H. JVH. Self & Co.
your clothes before your fellows. spirits. Ivan the Siberian know this,
Show Your ColorsWe Remember this now while there is and I fear that the famous edict is pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET:

yet time, while she is yet living, to sometimes broken when a batch of I
pay back to her in love and tender- prisoners are gathered in. The flasks '
have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a L ness some of the debt you owe her. are certainly contraband of war."

flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A You can never pay it all."
SAYS WOMEN ARE WONDERFUL
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace anc
BIRD DAY IS MAY 4 EXECUTIVESDavid
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand

some sets on your home. May 4 will be "bird day" in Orlando Grayson writing "Hemp-
and every section of the state field" in the May American Magazine, HAPPYLANDWe

\V. S. BRANCH, where there is any interest displayedin says:
the preservation of bird life. __"I think sometimes that women are
live but once. Let us partake of earth's good
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE Through the efforts of the Florida far better natural executives and or-
Audubon Society, the day has been ganizers than men. To keep a great things as we travel this road that leads to a far-ofF coun-

set aside for observance by the pub- household running smoothly, provis- try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him
lic, and W. N. Sheats, state superin- ioned, cleaned, made sweet and cheer-
ful and to do it who buys his smokes of the
tendent, has issued a note to county always incidentallyas
l superintendents and teachers empha- it were, with a hundred other activities .
: sizing the importance to the people of filling her thoughts, is an accomplishment Good and Bad Cigar Stores
S.A.y not sufficiently
: the society's efforts. appre-
f "No state in the Union has a greater ciated in this world. The true wom-
variety of bird life than Florida, en of the race have this capacity
and there is no state where birds may highly developed. They have real
Mr. Business Man I will
I, be more useful and where they"need I genius for orderliness, which is the

offer for ten days to sub- I greater protection," he writes. "I I sanity, if not the religion, of every- i
: therefore earnestly request that all day life:'
I' divide the property cor- i schools in session on May 4 to observe I
i the day in an appropriate manner. EASY BOOTY ,
Avenue Jack The Orlando Meat MarketT.
ner Orange I Teachers and pupils should make suitable I
programs and study the preservation Flatbush-We had burglars around'our
and Boone in
r son streets I of bird life." house last night, but my wife : A. YANCY Manager!

parcels to suit purchaser. heard Tem and frightened 'em away. I
, YOU BET Bensonhurst-Did they get any- I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Look the matter over.C.A.HOVEY 1 1I I thing Statesman.? "Only the watch-dog."-Yonkers Florida and Western Meats

j "Hang on! Cling on! No matter what I

I they say. NOTING AN IMPROVEMENTThere Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
I Push on! Sing on! Things will come
Special;Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Ordrrs
I you way.
is improvement in
some gen-
'i Sitting down and whining never helpsa eral conditions. For instance, the ,Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
PHONES
bit; people aren't as enthusiastic now as t Residence 133 Cor. Orange five and ChurchSt.r .
I' Best way to get there is by keeping they used to be over boy orators.

i up your grit." I Atchinson Globe
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PRESIDENT GARFIELD UNDERSTOOD DIAMOND VS. MUSE MIIIIMIIifMIHIIIIiUMIMMMMIIIIUIIMMMMIMIMMIMMIMMMMMMMOUR
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News Notes
THE LAW OF AD
He longed for fame, ,
VERTISINGThe :
He sought a name-
Apopka, Fla., April 22.-In a difficulty Did once a youth, ambitious.
which occurred Tuesday evening following interesting story He labored hard

between Will Ball and Will Pinkney, about President Garfield is told in the To be a bard, i
And wrote such lays, delicious! ',
Ball was cut in two places, once on May American Magazine:
tie arm and once in the back. Pink- "James R. Garfield, of Cleveland, lie met a maid
ney was arrested and in the examin- son of the late President Garfield, And to her paidA
tribute, jingling, glowing, TIIBIGSTORE
. ing trial Wednesday morning was or- told one of the editors of the American Believing well I.
dered to jail in Orlando to await the Magazine the following story His lovely belle

circiut court for sentence, as he en- about traveling in 1878 as a boy with I Wouldvrithe with love o'erflowing.

tered a plea of guilty. He was taken his father, who was campaigning.One She had brown
eyes
over Wednesday evening by Chief night, after a speech Michigan, And she was wise-
llarod and turned over to the jailer. young Garfield said to his father: I Such girlies don't we all know?-

John A. Bowman and family have Why do you repeat so much? Do i She frowned on verse,
moved into the Merrill house for the you know that you said the same I And-curses!-worse,
I! She loved a bush league hero.
summer. things to night that you said this
Mrs. S. A. Merrill and daughter' afternoon in Detroit?' General Gar- ': Alas for name

Mrs. A. L. Lowe, expect to leave Sun- field made this reply: 'You happen to I Alas for fame,

day for Lawrence, Mass, their sum- be t a specially interested party and I This Alas youth Ambition's he got ladder:- MENS' DEPARTMENT

mer home, after spending the winter notice these repetitons. Others do Out on the lot

here, as has been their custom for not. I repeat the same statements And played until he had her.
I -Geo. D. Padgett, Indianapolis.
many years deliberately in order that people may
1 -
II. Barington is having his lots on finally get them. Anything that I SUNBEAMSMy

First street cleared and fenced and want an audience to get and remem-
I
expects to erect a residence there in ber I repeat several timesinsomewhat -
son, heed this advice to-day, Clothes for young men, the greatest of Clothingdom's -
the near future. different form perhaps. This .
You'll find it is hard fact;
The revival services at the Baptist practice I have developed out of my I "T
Remember that the less you say, / new fashion achievements, deep notch
church are attracting a large attend- experience which has shown me that
; The less you need retract.
ance of church goers this week who people's attention is distracted in i E. collar, bull dog lapels, full soft roll, narrow shoulders -

are enjoying the preaching. various ways and that a first or sec- i f
I The reason a man is not smarter
Farmers are all quite busy now cultivating ond statement may not really get to than his wife is because she lets him ,. ers, in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles

their crops.A them. You must insist on an idea or
think he is. shown. We have them in to suit all
good rain is needed for the gar- fact if you want to get anywhere withit. prices

dens and crops generally at present.W. ."'
| Morover, the kind of a man who t purses.
B. Davis has returned here
1! eats his bread in the sweat of his
again after an absence of about two
. SAFETY FIRST"I i 1 brow sometim.es overlooks the finger-
months and is again engaged in the bowl. t Kuppenheimer Clothes are the best we can

citrus fruit business, packing and always burned my records aftera

shipping oranges.B. month's time," said Reid of Rock The man who is quick to take of- sell, and the. best you can buy, at prices you can

T. Byars left Sunday morning Island to the Interstate Commerce I '
fence never has any trouble in locat- afford.
for Birmingham, Ala., after spendingthe Commission. Evidently the railroad ing a supply.

past three months very pleasantly slogan of "Safety First" is by no t be

here. means confined to the operating de ; Maybe you also have noticed that SOME men may Our line of Summer Shirts in silk, madras and !
Dr. E. Mullens is having his resi- ( rent to style in
partment-or to train crews.Puck.IT .
; when man gets real sick he
quits '
dence painted. T. M. Byars is doing ,. chaffing a the doctors, and when he gets shirts, but no man can well percales are all that make the hot days pleasant. .
the work in an artistic manner.
Hugh McClure is still painting on NEETR RUNS SMOOJH !I worse he begins_to admire preachers. be indifferent to fit. An Prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00.

the drug store, but he is making it
i
It was at the conclusion of the 1 lot
Marriage may bring a of ills,
look mighty neat and nice.A. .
lovers' quarrel. "And now," he remarked but lovesickness is not one of them. RROW.
.
C. Starbird has returned from
"I suppose we must meet as
the meeting of veneer manufacturersthat I
strangers. I Maybe do not like
some some people
was held in Virginia last week. SHIRT
"Not at all," she replied coldly. "If to save money, because a dollar always .
Mrs. Haley expects to leave next
we should meet as strangers, we looks so much larger when it is
Sunday for her home in Kennebunk,
should probably fall in love with each the only one you have. is always as appropriate to
Baine, after spending the winter very I
other again. -Judge. the wearer as it is to the
pleasantly here as a guest at "The
Oaks." !l The old-fashioned man who was occasion.

TWO BELTS i I known as an old crank now has a
The well that was drilled at the
light plant proved to be crooked and I son who has a self-starting grouch. Made in every style r'

would not take the pump, so that it "The belt worn by Napoleon at the white or color fast.

has been found necessary to drill a Battle of Waterloo shows that his I JOHN BULL'S GALLANTRY
$1.50 and $2.00
new well. Dibble & Ernest, of Eustis, girth was forty-two inches. Some I -

are doing the work. This has been belt, eh?" j "Ladies first," says John Bull, stepping -

qiute a bit of trouble and extra expense "Yes, but not a circumstance to the politely aside and permitting La

as the well was 400 feet deep. 'It that Wellington gave him.- Belle France to seize the Dacia.- Palm Beach Suits, flannel and serge Trousers # 1 '.
.. Mrs. C. II. Hopkins will leave next Louisville Courier-Journal. Charleston News and Courier.

Sunday for her home in New Hampshire in plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appreciate -ter. fl
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after spending the winter here //SS

in her own winter home. these without seeing them. Let us show you. _

Newell & Ustler are shippign ferns

every stock. week now and have some fancy Straw and Panama Hats, Caps, Underwear,

Sox, Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts, in
Park avenue has been graded this

week from Fourth street north to Or- fact, all lines that go to make a Men's Shop com
ange street, leaving a parkway in the

center with a 20 foot grade on either plete. I

side. This will, when completed, be

the most attractive street in Apopka.

There is prospect of several new We Have Them \

residences being erected here this
,AL1f'atlrlA/lQ
,A-f0< 'f.vj"Fi7
summer to make room for the winter T
.
tourists who will come here to spend C'CQfr A look from you will be appreciated.

next winter. It will prove a good investment -

to every one who tries it.
COPYRIGHT '.,.
TUB HOUSE Or KUPPENHEIMCN

PHILADELPHIA SEEKS PRESIDENTIAL Different

CONVENTION

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENTEconomy

ing Philadelphia.-Philadelphia a bid for the Republican national is mak- and as much better( as it is different

convention of next Several influential
year. Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less

ment to men bring are the behind delegates the move-here. skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in service, style and
These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this
year. comfort.
While it is expected that other cities
They are assured by- mechanical laws.
will go after the honor, it is believed Don't let your feet or uncomfortable footwear continue to annoy you.
here that Philadelphia will be selectedby
the Republican chiefs.It Read the Five Leading Oakland Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the com-

is argued that the next presidentis fort, service and style of our Shoes mean real economy.

bound to be a Republican and that Superiorities BelowEvery Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to
the Republican party will put a high
tariff law back on the statute booksas visit us, and the assurance of our most careful attention.
feature works towards a definite
a result of the election next year. maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined economy-with Shoes bought at the Big Store will make good, or be made good by us.
Philadelphia needs a high taritf-
needs it worse than any other city in low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, Come now and see the styles of the times in Ladies, Men's and Children's footwear.
ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury.
the country. Therefore the holdingof
Then-see the
Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's
the convention here would be most
a real road test-and decide.

appropriate.The The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Fours, and

city is not centrally located sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t.. I ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTFOUR
with regard to the country as a whole, $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. ,
but, on the other hand, the bulk of .

delegates comes from the East and
MOTOR COMPANYPontiac REELS AT EVERY SHOW .
would not have far to travel. Phila-

delphia is a great convention city and MichiganJ.
could easily house the delegates and

the army of spectators and wire pull- Universal-Serial, 2 Reels, Herbert RawLKo, 2 Reels, Ritchie, Orth, Bergman.

ers without having to put them in linson, Anna Little. ,
cots in corridors for the night and B. MAGRUDER Jr. Agent "HEARTS AND FLAMES"
,
charge exorbitant prices, features "THE BLACK BOX NO. 2" i i

which have marred many political ORLANDO, FLORIDA

gatherings. 1-Great Strength i
Enthusiasm among local men is with light weight. = Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. |i Admission Nights 5c. and lOc. ; ;

now being stirred to makea
so as
good showing before up the Republican 2.-High Speed Motor With Every paid admission to Roof Garden Monday night a dish of Hand's Pure Ice

national' committee, which will select with great power. ; Cream will be given absolutely free.YowellDuckwortli.

the convention city. 3-Low center of a 0

of gravity with usual
The Putnam County Chamber of road clearance.

Commerce has just been organizedwith I I
-1-F lying wedge
one hundred members and under Co.Orlando's
Lines with least I
most auspicious circumstances. wind
.
The county boards of trade are becoming resistance. I

frequent in Florida and in 5-E c o n o m y with O iI II "

every instance are doing great work. Luxury. I I I Largest Store. "Quality Did It.


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+iE DAILY I IIIE BATTLED FOR POPULAR AMUSEMENT PLACE r Jr.F

THE PEOPLE. The evenings are growing warmer,
South Florida SentinelMORNING Bishop Cameron Mann, of Orlando, and it is delightful on the Roof Gar-

AND WEEKLY in delivering the funeral oration at den. This amusement place is nightly -

f. F.CIENN S!\GTOS...... .Buwnww Man.grrEntered Editor Kansas City recently for the late Col. growing in popularity, affording FOE F SALECountry
--- W. R. Nelson used this sentence:
- ---- the stay-at-homes an excellent oppor- \ rJ
at the postoffic at Orlando. Florida "But it that he really I
people
as Second Class Mail Matter. was tunity for whiling the time away in a i
cared for-people in the mass and novel and entertaining manner. The y'

SUBSCRIPTION.RATES $5.00 class and individual-people as they best pictures to be seen in the city I :EMI i3 JV l Y l 7 7,7.1'rTT T r l'T j t tfll -

Daily.Daily 6 1 Months Year 2-50 make up the body politic, the villages, and all kinds of refreshments are to

Daily.Daily. J 3 Month Months... 1-25_SO the cities, and the state." This was be procured right on the spot. Now I of _TFt +, tA

---- the character of Col. Nelson, the ed- is the time to form the Roof Garden i estate
Weekly. 1 Year. _..... .. ._. ........ ._._$UOO '
:
: :
:: : itor who gave to Kansas City beauti- habit and very soon everybody will be"doin' 350
PAYABLE IN- acres large two
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ,
ADVANCETO ful civic improvements that stand un- I it." "The Black Box" is the attraction 'I

ADVERTISERS: rivalled among her sister cities of the I for tonight. Don't fail to j story dwellmghand-
nation. Col. Nelson fought for a park see it.
Copy for display and all thcr hand-vet lake front
commission board and Kansas City some
.dv..rti+inr most be handeo in at the business ,
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. has reaped a great benefit--a benefit
the day before publication This role appliesto $9000.00.
chance for eontraet adTertising. : it is for the people. Col. Nelson foughtfor Y
Orlando Wood Yard
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.- cleaner politics. He was fearless,
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Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued courageous, tempestuous in his con- I
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be victions, always striving to attain the I Removed from Pine St. two blocks Six mod-
continued at the l-erular subscription rates. ideal. lie rose from the ranks to a north on Railroad, west end Wash- acre grove,
until notice to stop is received.
Telephone Numb r ................. .... 24 multimillionare. Upon the death of ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat ern cottage and out-
his widow and daughter the presi-
SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1913.; dents of three universities-Kansas, all times. buildings, $4000.00.

Oklahoma, and \Iissouri-become the FRIDAY SATURDAY
Does a muffler muffle more or less trustees and will sell the estate, investing ND

when it muffles? is a case that the the proceeds in art treasuresto B. W. KINGSLEY

authorities in the good city of West be kept in Kansas City-for the

Palm Beach are trying o to decipher.Did people. o PHONE 314 Call onS. LAST DAYS OF

watch the fellow who
you ever
THE AUTO'S PRAYERA

I There says nothing are a number but listens of them to you in talk Or-? DoctorsBIleklllilS1'I' S. G.D olive & Son
( square deal for the auto, with
SEWING\ WEEK
lando and as a general rule they have "
apologies to "The Horse's Prayer. )
made a success. It is not talk that (( "To thee, my chauffeur, I offer my .
and InsuranceORLANDO.FLORIDA
Estate
Real
wins-it is determination, resolve and
prayer: OSTEOPATHS
deep thinking.The "Wash water and oil and t
me, me
o Personal instruction under Dr. Still \Ve certainly pleased with the resultof
are
when the day's work is done, provideme
roller rinktum, skatum craze, at Kirksville, Mo.
No. W. Pine Second Floor
with shelter-a clean garage and 3 the Sewing Week inauguration. We
which almost completely disappearedsome 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
large enough for me to recline in with like our efforts to be appreciated, AND
and
revived
time ago, has been National Bank. Phone 578.
comfort. Curse not me. Your voice THEY WERE !
is headed toward Orlando, and when .
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often much good tires.
means as as
the new rink is completed everybody
Pet me, that I may serve you the 4-
round about these diggings: from These Last Two Days
[ more gladly and learn to love you.
sissy to grandma will be found rollingon
"Do not abuse me and do not work i
castors in a mad dash to beat the 1i I Will be especially attractive ones. A fit-
hill.
I my engine too strongly going up
other fellow.Local .
Never beat, kick or maul me when Ido ting "FINALE" to one of the best special
o sales that have for
I we put on some con-
understand what want but
bills, affecting nearly every not you siderable time. .
I county in the state, have been introduced give me some gasoline. Wash me and

in the legislature, and many of if I fail to do your bidding see if G

t the measures are vigorously opposed something is not wrong with my carburetor IN ADDITION TO THE SPECIAL REFUND -

L by some of the people "at home. Asa or motor. Examine my clutch I OF 10 CENTS ON EVERY DOL-
result, the members who have introduced when I don't brake. Do not leave men

i them "by request" are find- an unnatural position or take away Magnolia AvenueI LAR'S WORTH OF MERCHANDISE

ing themselves between the upper and my best defense against joy riders PURCHASED IN THE STORE, and the
Record. and drunks by cutting off taillights -
nether millstones. Florida my
j have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- host or specially priced articles that every
0
I Bull :Moose Teddy may have many "And finally, oh, my chauffeur, uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. department are offering,

; enemies who sneer and leer at him, when my useful strength is gone, do
This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
I but it is interesting to note that Boss not trade me or sell me at secondhand THESE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
number of bearing fruit trees.I .
: Barnes hasn't punctured his armor of or sell me to some cruel ownerto !
SELLING :MUST INTEREST
l. apparent sincerity yet. Time may be slowly tortured and run to will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof

tell and the Barnes siege guns may death. Amen." feet off south end. PLAIN AND FANCY SILK BELTS,

' crumble the outer fortifications, but I o worth up to $1.00 for_____________29c
it's a long way to Tipperary and Ar- And in the meantime Mexico is The house is in good condition and is arranged into PLAIN AND FANCY DRESDEN .

mageddon. Ted hasn't a white flag in fighting for the light, Europe is battling light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income RIBBONS, worth up to 35c., for19c

sight. for the right of might, the legislature of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
SILK GLOVES elbow length black
o is considering the buzzard ,
Fire Chief Dean is undergoing a blight, but what has that to do with bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT white, worth 98c for______________69c

metamorphosis-that is he is losing the Orlando Board of Trade BARGAIN.
new SNAPS, rustless, black and white,
faith in horseflesh. He issued an ultimatum building and this city's permanent worth lOc. doz, 3 doz. for __________lOc
to the press yesterday that prosperity? Cash or terms.
he wished all his horses were on the FINISHING BRAID, regular lOc.
o
4rccl department and that he had a While Europe is laying the foundation and 15c., bunch, _________7c., 3 for 20c

motor fire engine. There is nothing for a newer and higher state of STICKERI BRAID, regular lOc,

that breeds confidence like reliabilityand enlightenment and civilization Or- bunch, 4c, 4 for 15c
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the chief knows that he will get ange county is laying the bricks on NOVELTY LINGERIE BRAID, regular ,

to a fire with the motor fire truck and the county highways for the benefitof S. Y. WAY 15c., bunch ________9c., 3 for 24c.
have a breathing space to fight and the public-and all without blood-
think. shed. I' COLLAR SUPPORTS, Regular lOc., .
2 for 5c

And still building o operations in Or- Pickpockets have a almost entirely Insurance and Real Estate Agent ENGLISH HAIR PINS, regular 5c.,

lando continue. Every crack of the disappeared from Orlando since the 2 for 5c

hammer, each buzz of the saw, spells opening of the World's Exposition in SILK HAND BAGS, white and color,

greatness and prosperity. Why remain San Francisco. They have found better PHONE 172 Regular $1.00 __________________28c

in other cobwebbed cities whena pickings in the Golden State. WUNDERHOSE HOSIERY, in black

contractor is starving to death and o and tan, all sizes, in $1.00 boxes

money is scarce as hen's teeth. Or- INSPECTING A REAL CITYA 3 and 4 pairs in a box ________69c. box
lando is in better condition than any and
happy congenial party spent
other city of its size south of the Mason yesterday in Orlando shopping and I 100 WAISTS !

and Dixon line. If you would taking in the sights of a real live This is an accumulation of several different -

learn to live and realize results from city. They were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. lines, in plain and fancy Lawns,

investments bring your dollars to Or- Bracken, Miss Crosby, Miss Baker, Bastistes and Voiles, in white, cream

ange county and watch your bank account and Mr. J. A. Crosby, of San Mateo and colors, regular price were $1.00 and .

grow. While here they made their headquarters $1.50

o at the San Juan.BANKS I Friday and Saturday, 29c
COULD BE :MADE: BESTADVERTISEMENT.
36-INCH PAJAMA CHECKS
.
The Country Club was ablaze with TO OBSERVE MONDAYIn 0 I c-0;; qualities. This is where the South

merriment Thursday night. Several I observance of Confederate Mem- gets ahead of the East. There's very lit-
orial Day all of the local banks win
hundred people enjoyed the evening. tle difference in the cost of these two

They listened to brilliant gridiron be closed on Monday, April 26. Busi- qualities, but the Southern make is the
ness scheduled for that day should be
stories and addresses. It was an
transacted best.This
: today.DRAINAGE
evening of relaxation. The people is the correct fabric for summer

under such conditions mingled as underwear, children's dresses, etc., etc.
WELL 106 FEET DEEP
school children do on a playgroundthey Eastern make, 10 yards for 85c;
The drainage well south of East
became better acquainted social- Southern make, 10 yards for 9oc;
Central avenue and west of Lake
ly. Such gatherings should be fre-
flardeman has reached a distance of NOTE The refund of 10 cents
quent during the summer months. As on
106 feet and muck is still being found.
Dr. Stagg remarked, "the Country I every dollar purchase applies to the

Club can be made the finest advertise- I above special prices also.
HGHLAND GROVE CHAPEL
ment for Orlando. Within a very Northeast Corner Limits I
( City ) CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
short distance of the city proper, with) Undenominational.Service '
spacious and beautiful grounds, with Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. Odd lots, odd sizes, Gingham, Percales,
natural opportunity awaitingthe Sermon. by B. W. Spiers. etc. etc., worth 50c and 60c.
every Cordial invitation extended to all.
trained hand of man for further I At the Clearance Price of 25c. each

beautification and sparkling lakes for i

fishing, boating and bathing what T. A. MANN I

more can the people of Orlando

want? The Country Club grounds in SATURDAY SPECIALS "ImproveComplexion \
Orlando would make country club "
grounds in Northern cities of fifty Armour's Kingan's and Cudahy's Your DICKSON YES CO.
hams per Ib. unnn__ 17c.
thousand population seem crude unkempt -
1 doz. tall Van Camp cream ____ 85c.
and decidedly devoid of Na 1 doz. baby Van Camp cream ___ 40c. TO THE LADIES
ture's magnanimous touch. The Coun- 24 lb. sack best flour __________$1.00 Miss Mae Morrison, a noted beauty specialist will be

try Club is to Orlando's social life Irish potatoes, peck nn_______ 20c. at my store all this week.
2 cans lIb. roast beef ________ Soc. home phone.A .DEP ARTMENT STORE.
what the Board of Trade is to its Appointments made in your own by
Best butter, per lb. ____________ SSc. '
commercial life. It is more important 4 cans tomatoes ______________ 25c. few free facial massages and personal advice will I .. ..
to the future welfare of the city's so- 2 cans best cream corn ________ 25c. be given by Miss :\Iorrison.Don't .
cial than other element 8 bars Lenox soap _n_________ -25c.Snider's fail to take advantage of this much talked of I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe !
progress any catsup, pints _________ 15c. Store of true service of never-failing
courtesy
except the churches. It is strictly up 1 lb. ArbucMe's coffee _________ 19c. beauty specialist.
to the people of Orlando to make the 18 lbs. good head rice _________$1.00 of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise !

Country Club a real power, a genuine 15 lbs. sugar ______--________$1.00 MERLE'S PETAR'MACYTHE : at right prices "I I II
10 lb. can Snowdrift lard ______$1.00 I
advertisement and a factor in Orlan- _______
3 pkgs. National oats 25c. REXALL STORE j
do's development. Will you be a 3 pks. corn flakes nnh____ 25c. t jt
Quick
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Open 2 p. m. and

CALENDAR FOR THE of Florida's women's clubs. Admission 5 i w
WEEK :
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Mrs. L. B. Hamlin and sister, Mrs. .
Saturday, April 24. I
Auction Bridge Club. W. W. Sherwin, who have spent the I

Sundaypril 2.1: I season in Orlando, have, returned to TODAY'S. j 1
Memorial .-Ht't'-Is--1 I
Day, U. D. C.
their home in Elgin, Illinois. Bothof
Iondapril 26. "The Midnight !j
Civic League meeting, at Mrs. J. T. these ladies have large interests in reels. A thrilling :i
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Fuller's residence.DR. this vicinity and their many friends action with a story of
I
-0-- have enjoyed their visit very much peal.
STAGG TO DELIVER "CONVICT COSTUMES AND "The Progressive
will await their return in
and eagerly I
MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS.The I I very funny comedy. i!
the fall. CONFUSION"A Take notice of this I'
U. D. C. Memorial services will
--()- feature and a good
be held' at the opera house Sunday cents to everybody. JEWELRY
Mrs. Edmund N. Holt, from Green
afternoon at 3 o'clock. It is hoped
Cove Springs, is in the city, a guestof Vitagraph Special Feature
get quality here for the
that the attendance will be large
; her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Lott
everybody is invited. All are requested ; complete in two parts. .A splen- : you get intrinsic value for
also a guest of Mrs. Charles Lord.
to contribute flowers that the trib- can choose from an
Mrs. Holt is state chairman in the department did comedy.
ute to the departed heroes may be a DR. J. C. i
of civics, Florida Federa- asU U
worthy The floral will .
one. offerings tion of Women's Clubs. Osteopathic Physician "
be used to decorate the graves of the' Kirkstille JEWELERS.
Blue as well as the Gray. Plenty of --0- Consultation .,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Benschbachhave Office Block n
Cheney ,
vehicles will be available at the
opera as their guest for the weekendat HoteL I : : ; 1:1. .. ::1
house to convey those who wish to go "THE STOLEN ENGINE"A -A ,.:
their home, 409 Boone street, Miss Office Phone 716; I
to the cemetery. Harriet Moore, who has been visiting Orlando, Fla.Get t
Following is the for the ,
program friends in Cuba and is en route to her I I
day: Kalem Drama. .\ SAVING IN PAINT:
home in Spartanburg, S. C. the news in the j
Master of cermonies, Dr. B. C. Ab-
ernethy. -o-- PRICES"O T::::: : made by buying cheap paints,\
I Miss Mary Branham left yesterdayfor by purchasing the very best
Music, selections the orchestra.
by Atlanta, Ga., where she will at- such for instance as we hanI I
Opening prayer, Dean Remsen. -tend grand opera which holds forthin i : Just think how much more poor I

Hymn, "America." the Gate City next week. I cost you if you have, to keep
Address, Dr. Jno. W. Stagg. "SWEEDIE AT THE FAIR" TODAY I IYHEX them every year or two. J t
Music, selections by the orchestra. I
how much cheaper
The regular meeting of the Mendelssohn are our ,
Benediction, Dr. Jno.W.Stagg.
Club was held last eveningat which last twe or three times i
An Essanay-Comedy.
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the Presbyterian vestry. "
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SOCIETY NOTES I
OF INTEREST.Mrs. --oA : Paint & Wall Paper Co j
special meeting of the Cathedral
W. II. Lewis entertained the A Lubin Special 205 S. Avenue :
Chapter was held last evening at 7:30 Orange
members of the Nullos Club at lunch- I plete in two parts.
in the Chapter House.
eon at the San Juan yesterday after- Phone 261
noon. the luncheon ,
Following
bridgewas
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" \t
played. Those present were Mrs. "SHE WANTED .
W. II. Lewis, the hostess, Mrs. H. L. SALE-A fine Jersey milk cow.
Beeman, Mrs. Mather-Smith, Mrs. Le- 42 Lake View avenue. 4-24-3t* WIDOW"

Roy B. Giles, Mrs. C. B. Robinson, FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1912 COMPANY ,
Mrs. C. G. Westcott Mrs. DeWitt model, in fine condition. Price $275 A Selig Comedy. !
Miller, Mrs. II. C. Miller, Mrs. Merle cash. W. II. Palmer, 102 South Orange -
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McElroy, Mrs. Kearns of Chicago, avenue. 4-24-3t

Mrs. List of Winter Park, Mrs. Cobb, Members of the Socialist Party are "THE GANG'S Chufas
Mrs. Dozier of Ocala, Mrs. F. D. Carr, requested to attend the regular busi- 5 cents 10 cents ,
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, and the Misses ness meeting that will be held tonightat :\
Dr. Howell's office, 3 Orange ave-
Margaret Hart Reba Hilborn, Elea- nue. Nessim, secretary.Mr. .
nor Lewis. A Biograph Drama.

P. B. Wicoff, who has been

Mrs. P. E. Palen was hostess for spending several weeks in Savannah, 206 South Orange Ave.

the Here and There Club Thursday Ga., and other places, returned to Or- i FOUR BIG REELS

afternoon. Misses Mary and Grace lando Thursday evening and is being i.,
Holt and Miss Maude Rossiter assist- warmly welcomed by a host of. ROOF GARDEN

ed the hostess in serving. By far the friends. Mr. Wicoff declares that in "SAME LITTLE Ads For Results
most interesting and popular guests I his travels' he failed to find any city

present were the three babies who attended 'i that appealed to him half as well as

the meeting. They were Master this place, and that Orlando is standing TODAY 1- n

McKay, Blythe Watson III., and up under the so-called financial
Louise Raulerson, and they received crisis better than any other town in 1I

pretty favors, attractively decorated the United States. 'BLACK BOX"r..t@1 I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
balls, for behaving so beautifully. The

guests joined in telling all the won- Forage Grocery Co.

derful baby stories they knew, but R5AL)1A Established 1886
Mrs. Lege's story was voted the best.
-oAn SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND
MONDAY I
informal bridge party was en- I Baffling, Thrilling Apartment
joyed at the Rosalind Club Thursday Sugar, 15 lbs. ________________$1.00 I CURTIS & O'NEAL
afternoon. Five tables of players Star hams, per lb. __u_________ 18c. House Story by E. Phillip Op- A
7 cans Globe milk _uu___ 25c.
were present and sherbet and angel 12 cans Globe milk, large ______ 85c. penheimer, and
'ood were served. The same committee 3 cans No. 3 tomatoes _uu___ 25c. INSURANCE
of which Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles is 24 lb. sack Forest King flour___$1.00 LOANS
chairman, will have 4 pkgs. Quaker corn flakes ____ 25c. 2 REELS L-KO COMEDY
charge of a
Kingan's sliced bacon, box______ 30c. .
luncheon and bridge tournament to be Best butter lb. _______________ 38c. REA.L ESTATE RENTALS
given next Thursday. Luncheon will I Tall pink salmon ___u_________ lOc. "HEARTS AND FL.AIES"Featuring __
be served at 1:30 and the tournamentwill bottles pickles ______________ 25c.
follow. This 3 bottles catsup u_____________ 25c.
will be one of the 50 lb. pail lard _______________$4.00 Ritchie, Orth and
prettiest of the many delightful affairs Compound lard lb. ______uu__ lOc.
given at the Rosalind this sea- 9 Ibs. grits or meal _____u____ 25c. Bergman.A .
son. Nuts, mixed, per lb. _____-_____ 15c.
Lemons, per doz. __u__________ 15c.
-- All lOc. tobacco __________3 for 25c.
The members of the Civic League .All 5c. tobacco____________6 for 25c.
and those who wish to become 14 lb. cans Snowdrift ______u___ 40c. For Sale
mem- I Condensed milk __________3 for 25c. scream from start to finish.
bers are requested to meet at the 1 j Poultry and horse powders, per
home of the president, Mrs. John T. package 20c.
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Fuller, on Lucerne Circle, Monday afternoon -I No. 3 table peaches ___u______ 17c. House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price
New Irish ____
potatoes, per peck 30c.
at 3 o'clock. Mrs. W. S. Jen-
j I Loose ground coffee, lb. _______ 18c. 10 cents 5 cents
Jennings is the wife of a former gov- '(White; House coffee, lb. u______ 35c. $4500.00. A bargain.
ent and address the meeting. Mrs. | Fresh country eggs, per doz____ 20c.
Jennigs is the wife of a former gov- ; Sardines -6 for 25cWe
handle a full line of feed and
ernor of Florida, and has alwa'staken 1'I'sell at close prices.
an active interest in the work: I Phone 638. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. -

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well located lots, on easy terms. As en-
Protect Your Lawn Flowers and Garden
couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell

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

cent on deferred payments.

BUY HOSE AND USE IT

WALTER W. ROSE


Cotton Covered, Red, Black Rubber, also Wire Real) Estate .


Bound Hose. Lawn Sprinklers of all kinds RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE


Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building

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WANTED-Ford runabout; must be
cheap and late model. AddressS.
S. Furen, Box 584, Orlando, Fla.
3-23-3t ;C .sr' Q.7JAf

ANT SI WANTED-S20 to $35: per month o

extra money to any employed person -
Two I i without interfering with regular ,
work. No selling, no canvassing, pos- ,
The Morning Sentinel Want itively no investment. Unemployed
Directory is the Greatest Want need not apply. Address. The Silver ( )114./\"XI IO
: Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. :Mirror Co., Inc., 123 W.Madison St.
Chicago, 111. 4-23-4t*
Terms Cash in Advance.
WILL PAY CASH for Ford touring '
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES car. Address Box 693.

two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t 4-23-3t Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
Royal
tage on Agatite
For Three Days ____________50c ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days ________-_____75c THE BARLOW GIFT SHOP, No. 7 ------ --- -- --
For One Month ____________$2.50 in the Arcade, is not a visitor, but --- -- --- --

60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of an Orlando store, and will remain [
25 words or less. If the ad con- open during the summer. 4-23-lt
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate I
will be one cent per word for Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- I' Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
t sertion.If next day. 3-3-tf
you can't bring your ad to
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Accounts TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
opened by telephone will be repairs of all kinds done
payable the following day. promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; \
W5Itb:
screen doors and windows a specialty;
sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
Every Home-Every Business'
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a garages, office fixtures; window and
Sentinel Want Ad. door frames made to order. Get our
nr <"es. 18 East Church street. /
Watkins Block PHONE 504 postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo i
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FOR SALE
Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
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FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-One kitchen range; one 3-3-tf
oil stove iron bedsteads springs
; ; ; CHICKEN PILAU DINNER at Ross-
mattress, and dining chairs; almost Inn
more Sunday. Phone you'recoming.
can buy foundation new. 300 East South street. 4-23-2t
t stone building blocks, side- 4-23-3t
.
. walk tile, or anything in my NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
FOR SALE-One good Jersey cow,
line at reduced. Call around PARDON
fresh brood ,
just ; one good mare
and let me surprise you on nine years old, perfectly gentle, will "
prices. work anywhere. J. W. Childers, Notice is hereby given that Louis
Ocoee, Fla. 4-23-6t Kilgore, who was at the Novemberterm
of Criminal Court of Record.
F. D. GORE --
FOR SALE-A good A-l horse. For Orange County, Florida, 1914, con-
victed of the offense of carnal inter-
particulars call at 104 Garland St.
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 4-22-6t course with unmarried female under

Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. 18 years of age, and on the 15th of
FOR SALE-Two bungalows; one November, 1914, sentenced by said 't bi
f 5-passenger automobile; one bicycle.F. court, will apply to the Board of Pardons -
W. McAuley, 4 West South street. at Tallahassee Florida, for a
pardon of such conviction at its nextregular
; 4-22-St- meeting. i,, II e 1

FOR SALE OR TRADE-What have LOUIS KILGORE.
you that you are not married to? 4-21-10tc
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
I[ have a new 7 room house, modern \ I
t Office corner Orange Avenue and in every respect, in good location. BUYERS AND SELLERS

; Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg- Nice young ten acre grove at Conway, I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
one-half mile from brick road. Will
Phone 419.Great. estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
,
sell or trade one or both. Now's the 30
over years. Have handled over
time. Don't wait until too late. If 20000000.
Call and see me.
t you don't believe this call and see; or
t lO-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
F address C. E. P., Orlando, Fla., Route
t No. 1, Box 43. 4-22-6t.

ReductionSale Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
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FOR SALE-Two good milk cows;
prices reasonable. See J. C. John- :
on son, Formosa. 4-21-6t
115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
FOR SALE-A Bargain 1200 lb. 7-
yr. old mules, $350, fat and sound. O'Neals. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
Jams, Jellies Fred W. Wilmott. 4-20-6t -,

FOR SALE-Purest bred White In- PHONE 646
dian Runner duck eggs for hatching; GAS DEPARTMENTUNUSUAL
and one dollar per twelve. Also a few For Eight Cylinder ( adillac
choice breeding pens. Now's the timeto
hatch 'em. W. K. Hale, Route 1, FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
Orlando, Fla. 4-13-6t 6
Canned FruitsWe
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BARNARD & SON
FOR SALE-Garage, fully equipped,
plenty of work. If you are a me- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
have more than we desire to chanic amount this capital is your required.opportunity Address,small 12-10-410 REASONFOR E JONES GUfS JUST THE SAME

carry in stock, so we are going to give Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf

them away at cost price. ---

FOR SALE-ChoIce cut roses and Cut Flowers
Sale will last all this week. bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson, Bar- ANUNUSUAL -

tholomew 4-16-2w Place, Colonial' Drive. My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

and Plants months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
FOR SALEA L PRICEon
CARUTHERS & GORE clean, nice cash business for a same time it always has. ,

hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit TIME TABLE
New Modern purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. Floral Designs .
Grocery 4-9-tf two fine lots, ten min-
Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.CAREY .
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story utes walk to center of city,
Phone 200 cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches, on one of the best streets. WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden. Read Down Read
6 and 8 East Pine St. 2-23-tf .Violet Dell Florist. Citrus trees, walks, fence, Up'
I I
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock etc. IA.M.A.M.I !, P. 1\1. :A.l\1. P. !\1. P. 1\1
and tools best farm in county; va-
Orlando
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- i 6:30 10.15 3:00 i 9.30 1.301 6.00
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock J. M\ CARUTHERS Ocoee -
OrIaDdoashiotoD Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- SEE ME immediately if Winter Garden 7:30,11.15', 4:00 :! 8.3C 12.301 5.00
er. 1-16-tfc 7:45'II:3c 4 30 8.15 12.15; 4.45
I Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. Oakland
interested as sale must be 8:00 4:3c ; 8.00- 4.30
FOR RENTFOR
made at not at all
-- once or ,
RENT-Two rooms, furnishedor .
DRAWING ROOM 4-18-Gt unfurnished. 703 Anderson St. Dr. S. S. Jones at present prices.


Sleeping Car FOR RENT May 1st, 6-room unfur- CHIROPRACTOR HANDFUNERAL
nished cottage, near lake Lucerne, 108 graduate Davenport College, 17 and
America st, just remodeled, new bath 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
room with gas, hot water heater, 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
First Car on March\ 16 screens, closets, wide veranda and being restored to health by chiropractic DIRECTOR
back porch, chicken house and garage, adjustments, the new scienceof DR. A. J. TAYLOR
gas, electricity and sewer connection. removing the cause of disease. Examination AND EMBALMERAll
VIA Apply 75, care Sentinel or phone 573. free. 12- 4-1mo
4186t.FOR PHONE1I696:[

Atlantic Coast Line RENT-New, Modern Five I
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. Under New Management 905 East Central A\OellUCOON'T calls answered Promptly
Dayor
Standard Railroad of the South
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- HouseCorner
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. Yancey.mer, or by the year; cheap.328tfcFor T. A. Smyth Night. Hand Block.


Tuesdays, Thursdaysand cleanest, clearest Kodak finish- Main and Jefferson Sts. Orlando Florida.PHONE
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SaturdaysLeaving ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf One Block from Court House WORRYIf .

FOR RENT Three room flats fur- FURNISHED ROOISXD 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
Orlando on Train 82, nished or unfurnished; low rates to BOARD
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays permanents; close in; vacancies in Rates by Day or Week. Summer
two houses; all improvements. See
and Saturdays.For owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. Rates Now On. you are disappointed

3-30-lmo about getting a new Eas-
Reservations and Tickets MRS. J. McCAMY I

call on A.IC.| L. Local Ticket An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free : ter Suit,we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try

Agent. at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf 1 old one in good condi-
our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
PERSONALLY tion for just such occas-
CONDUCTED Chair
Car party to Washington and New I CLINT BASS ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels,. Varnishes and WallPapers
York, Wednesday night, April 28 via atFinley's
the Atlantic Coast Line. Rata S17.W. I
PHONE 375
See C. F. Bieler, 820 West Central i
avenue. Get your identificaticr cards West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
from city ticket gent or depct ticket 1 PioneerJust
agent. 4-lS-tf I I Successor to Dry Cleaning

Don't fail to come to Southern Hotel Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
DR. L. H. 3AMSDELL this summer. Enjoy finest cli- Company Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
mate and mountain in N. C.
; scenery :
OPTOMETRIST Wood of All
Kinds streets.
Rutherfordton is the gateway to the
ORLANDO FLORIDA
famous Chimney Rock Mountain,auto PROMPT --- -
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES, 40 minutes run. 4-24-lt SERVICE Umbrellas recovered and repaired Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. i

AND DO ALL Kivn 5 OF REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair ,
OPTICAL REPAIRING The want ad.'s the thing. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-Urc __.
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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

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do one thingSATISFY

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



0. BOX 659 CARL DANN REAL ESTATE COMPANY, ORLANDO 6 ORANGE AYE


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BISHOP MANN TRfnf*" K TO ,I They will be more fully given by and ideal. Never doubted clouds would break, I Let us suppose these cans were of products, could be retained in Florida.
LATE COL. NELSON I by- "One could not but be struck by his Never dreamed, though right were uniform size, covered with handsome Let us husband our resources. We
s "Neither do I attempt expression of dominant, almost exclusive concern Held we worsted fall ,to wrong rise, would are baffled triumph to, I wrappers, complying with the U. S. have the best heritage in the world.
Bishop Cameron Mann has returned -0 the feelings now surging in the heartsof with men and women. lie read books fight the better, I laws, the demonstration agent's and We are abundantly able to possess
from Kansas City, where he old friends-than whom nobodyhad and bought pictures and planted gar- ;, Sleep to wake.' the lady canner's name on each can, !the land. Let us act like men. Let
was called to conduct the funeral of stauncher ones than did he, dens. He enjoyed green meadows .guaranteeign quality, etc. Now say I j us raise the best crop of boys and
Col. William Rockhill Nelson, editorof around whose bier so many of them and pine-clad hills and the architec- A LETTER TO THE SENTINEL:: : these ladies coul dget these cans at !'girls in the world.

the Kansas City Star. Bishop stand today. I think I will be pardoned ture of foreign lands. But it was wholesale cost sold by the marketing j The best way to keep a boy or girl
Mann was for thirty years an inti- i for saying that I, myself, look I people that he really cared forpeople Reddick, Fla., April 1, 1915.!) bureau without profit to the bureau, :i on the farm is to prepare a way
mate friend of the distinguished ed back over a stretch of thirtythreeyears in the mass and class and indi- Editor Sentinel: giving the young ladies every advan whereby they can help themselves;
itor. The Kansas City Times contains during which this dead man's vidual-people as they make up the The U. S. government, the state tage. and to make them have faith in their
Mann's tribute delivered at i regard and kindness and aid were body politic the villages, the cities, I
Bishop j government and our county Let us suppose our men demonstrators -: own abilities. The best asset this
Oak Hall, as follows: i,something I was and ever shall be and the state. ment all join in the effort of govern-I had 2,000 boys, each planting state can produce is a crop of noble
"The prayer book burial service : glad and grateful for. "A vagrant tramp was more inter- to aid our boys and girls in from one to five acres in corn each I[boys and girls. Let us possess our
neither requires nor suggests a ser- j i I "But I would speak now simply as esting to him than any lily of the :agriculture and domestic economy, by raising from one to five hogs for sale. |opportunities. Let us help the boy
mon. I I'the voice of Kansas City, the West, field; and Kansas City was more important -I I supporting twenty lady demonstra-: Thee 2,000 would make, in all probability -i and girL
"Opportune as may seem a funeral ,the United States, declaring the con- to him than the whole stellar j I tors to instruct our young ladies ini I 5200,000 bushels of corn; raise | L. S. LIGHT.
occasion for spacious moralizing and I j viction that a mighty leader has fallen universe. i i the art of successfully canning our probably 5,000 hogs. !
pointed application, our church deems in the battle line of progress. "He had nothing of the recluse fruits and vegetables, and the boys There is a market for this class of STRIVE FOR CAPABILITY
. that the general teachings of the I "I do not indulge in the vapid flat- scholar or scientist; he was a man I have the instruction and advice of goods. They are shipped into the

event may wisely be left to 'mighty, i try-which he would be the first to concerned with men, to succor or j'I thirty-five men demonstrators, teaching state by the car load. These boys and Always in the myriad-shaped struggle .
just and inexorable death' itself, and ',scorn-of ascribing to Mr. Nelson all combat as the case might be. I them how to more successfully girls individually can not sell such a that is going on upon the stage of
that the special teachings of the individual 'the virtues and none of the frailties I II "That he was mistaken in some of !j grow corn, etc. In addition our good crop under present conditions.A the world, capacity means victory
wisely be left I and sins. He had faults which are his contentions is quite likely. But
career may I j agricultural college at Gainesville
Florida
I marketing bureau would and life; incapacity, defeat and death.If .
to the spontaneous appreciation of apt to go with abilty, intensity and that he drew his sword as the cham- i gives short agricultural in
courses of of fruit
'I dispose every can or vege- we would win physical triumphswe
the neighborhood wherein that career -I self-reliance. He was imperious and poin of men and women and childrento I general farming, and most excellent
( our tables if properly labeled and put up. must be stronger physically than
unrelenting. lie made some men his make all homes cleaner and richer
was run. colleges for at Tallahassee
women Could sell every pound of corn and the brute force with which we are
"While as for those affectionate I foes who might have been his allies. and brighter, is undeniable.'Of I gives short in domestic
courses
pork if properly prepared for market, contending; and if we would win intellectual -
eulogies and laments which are oftenso lie was not wholly free from the erroneous his public and private charitiesI science.
and it would cost but little. The or moral triumphs, thenwe
natural, seemingly inevitable, after i! traditions of that journalistic say nothing; there is no need to I \Ve have two colleges and fifty-five farmers would support it themselves.The must be more capable than the
all 'nothing speaks our grief so well ]world where he ruled so large a realm. here. individuals engaged in
assisting our millions of dollars that go out opposition. In spite of and
'No ,' he said to "Of his relation to the religion I prayer .
as to speak nothing. I man once me 'prints young men and women to better their of the state for canned goods hay, protest, the soverign law keeps right
"Nevertheless there are men at I his ideal newspaper. wherein he was baptized I merely conditions.To grain, pork, etc., dairy and poultry on-Bang went to the wall.
whose obsequies the church's "wisej I "But the essential fact, towering point to the respect always shown it I assure the girls that they can
rule of silence may wisely be broken. out of all this thin mist, Is that WiI- in the columns of his paper to the successfully dispose of their canned --- ---- ---

There are men who held a station i liam' Rockhill Nelson was high-mind- I copious quotations from its scriptures, goods, if properly put up; to assure
and swayed an influence which renderit I ed and noble-hearted, with a steady to the steady recognition of Jesus I the boys that their produce will finda don't call and let our low
Why you us quote you
befitting that our farewell prayers (sense of duty and a solemn trust in Christ as the Lord of humanity."It market, this will create an incentiveto
and benedictions should be accompa- righteousness, and that he had made is indeed a great man we are I excel in these worthy lines, there-
nied by a word at least of personal I it the joyous task of his years to burying this afternoon-a massiveman '!by multiplying the number engaged Summer Rates at the
recognition. I j further the best objects of human ex- a generous man, and withal a I in this line of endeavor, creating habits -
"Such a man was William Rockhill j istence. tender man, eager and stout to war of thrift and industry.
Nelson, and such a word I fain would I i "He was, in the radical sense of against wrong but quick to pity pov- Suppose our lady demonstratorshad I Ercl.pire: :Sotel
utter here. the words, democrat and republican, erty and pain, a man very sensitiveto 1,000 pupils, and each pupil dur-
"I attempt no biography, no elab- insisting on personal gifts and civic social obligations and very con- ing the season would put up 1,000
scious of divine law-and I The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,
again
orate characterization, no catalogueof responsibility. lie was an Americanof say cans of guava jelly, canned peaches,
achievements. There have been reddest blood, with a consuming it, a stalwart fighting man- pears, pineapples, strawberries beans, makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
alreday given in the newspapers of zeal to make this splendid city where I I 'One who never turned his back, peas, or tomatoes This would make I
the land to a considerable degree. he dwelt a full realization of the but marched breast forward, I 1,000,000 cans.
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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 y RefinmentElectric


14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.


Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. -
Large Apartment House, well 16cated in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 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 $25,000.00"Iortgage $11,500.00. Want good
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We .

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.- 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
F Income Property.WARING.
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: REALTY COMPANYR.

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

PINE CASTLE REALTY COMPANYPine


t FLORIDA REMINGTON MOTOR CO.R. Castle, Fla.


, 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.


W. O. Swearingen, one of Win- .. .
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ter Garden's sterling young citizens, ,SOLIDR -:-' rll I"ff,\ : "'- .,, ,
transacted business in Orlando yes- AS A I....: ---J! -
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Mr. Jas. A. Moore left yesterday _
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for Murfreesboro, Tenn., after spend- : J .
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ing the last several weeks in Orlandoand awm : ;
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other Florida towns. ''
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@ Mrs. E. M. Holden left yesterday ... .J: :, :! :r:1': _';...:''','\ -

afternoon to visit relatives and h 'J : ., .
friends at her old home in Washnigton .' -' 11. :: ....;- -i (i,, .. !
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i Mr. II. M. Barclay, a prominent real "" .,\ J' --, 1 .
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i estate dealer of Kissimmee, was in I;;,1" -- -.= J"g
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A BANK FOR IILY ALL THE j I ness. yesterday transacting' busi- J; ._ \,,'C


Mr. Wm. Gage, one of the well .\ ,... '.- .
The boy or girl, young known citizens of Apopka, transacted .'-1.;'",__ P\; ..-._ ........- _- _
man, business woman and business in the county metropolis yes ,. -- : -
i housewife will all find this terday. '10... .400.:: ----=
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I j Bank useful from their own I ..c:",.-: J_ -, ''- ""' ... ... n.-
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i, particular point of view. The I Mr. T. W. Lawton, one of Oviedo'ssubstantial -------7'" ----- -:-..:
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broad and efficient service and leading merchants, -. J -:.......o-r-
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classes and covers every "'. Lawton, was among the welcome
NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE
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banking need as applied to visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mrs. .
both. "FEDERAL RESERVE" SYSTEM WHICH IS THE BEST

Savings Accounts and Check- Florence Lewis, who has spent BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.

ing Accounts the season in Orlando, a guest at the THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION

Palms, on Robinson avenue, departedlast DOLLARS OF GOLD INTO THIS SYSTEM, AND UPONTHIS
THE STATE BANK OF evening for Geneva, N. Y., where GOLD IS ISSUED CURRENCY.A .
ORLANDO she will spend the summer months.Mr. .
NATIONAL BANK IS UNDER THE STRICT SUPER-

and Mrs. A. P. Ileymann, who VISION OF THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WHICH .

have enjoyed the season at their pret- IS A GUARANTEE OF CONSERVATIVE AND PROPER BANK-
ty home, No.9 Hill street, will leave ING.
today for Dayton, Ohio, where they
: 1m] will spend the summer months.
The Peoples National Bank

Assistant District Attorney RichardP. .
Marks, of Jacksonville,
spent yesterday -
"IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
in Orlando, his former home
greeting his many friends while attending -
to important legal matters.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Geo. W. Jenkins,after
spending several months very delightfully -

rO -, in Orlando and St. Petersburg, . . . M I i I M 111 M 11111 M 111 M 1111 M t H 11.Eargain .
I will leave today for Elizabethtown,
Pa., where they will spend the sum-
ihi mer months.Mr. .


and Mrs. Joseph Sundy, promi-

I Castle

I a business mission and incidentally to
visit old friends of which they have a
large number here.


landoites Mr. Peter leaving Mack yesterday was among afternoonfor the Or- One Buick Model 21" five passenger jj

Jacksonville. He will be absent
from home for several days looking
after important business matters in ; ; good condition throughout
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metropolis. .
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Mother Superior, of St. Augustine,
who has been spending several daysin $875.00
Orlando with the Sisters of St. Jo-
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I J seph, left yesterday for Tampa where
// she will spend a day or two. She was
O accompanied by Sister Gertrude of

0 this city.


3IA6.i..d Mr. M. H. Dorsett, clever commer-

'White../..Beauty-7....... i_ cial agent of the Carolina Dispatch, .
spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest -
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of and better business

Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet comes the Atlantic to more getting Coast freight Line.for When his road for it, San Juan Garage Company | !

"Mike" is some hustler.
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Saves miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash,
$1.00 week. Guests registering at the San Juan 1"I"'I'III"I"'I'I'I"I'I'I'I'I'II'II'IIII' 1..1... . 'f..I.II
hotel yesterday include J. E. Hart,
Hoosier White Beauty is now on Display.. Let us Edgefield, S. C.; J. F. Swindal, H. J. -- ---

show you the special features for Florida. Murrell, A. G. Martin, M. G. Porter
Jacksonville; R. H. Short, E. H. Jordan j r.

Atlanta; John T. Ratcliff, Chicago -
OSCAR HAND & SONI ; J. A. Lewn, New York, and J.
R. Watson, Gainesville.Mr. -
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Sole Agents for Orange County I Ii and Mrs. W. H. Furlong, of '. .
Homestead, Pa., who have spent the ; l
I season in Orlando, at 201 West Central t

j.I avenue, left yesterday for Jacksonville ,
where they will stop for a
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lillllHtiimillHMMMMM Itlillti while and then visit Southern Pines, THE SAVINGS CENTER p ': 't*.. .
N. C., before
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returning to homein
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the Keystone State. SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE S :., ,-. .',0'
i GIFTS FOR GRADUATES .
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Mr. W. II. Phillips, of Birmingham, INVESTMENTS, in the long run are .;. 4e. '-, :
Ala., is several 1 fI t \-1 ..'i I
spending days in this i -
placed where earning power combines with 1 4 I
section prospecting. He has certainly ..
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Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin stopped at the right place, and i if I GREATEST SAFETY. t' ..jt '
r ue should fail to find exactly what he !
That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING ,
looking for, the Sentinel will be; X
t Pendant very much disappointed. For it is ; DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER ,. 1
here in unlimited supply.Mr. .
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or other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best and Mrs.-J. E. Ices and daugh I ,
ft' value for your money by coming to us. ters, Misses May and Edna, who have 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. a ai

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine* enjoyed the past several weeks in Or
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof lando, guests at the New Lucerne ho-I f I I
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly tel, are now numbered among the departed I
low. We also offer you choice selections and visitors. They left for Cleve- !L
the best service. land, Ohio, on the Atlantic Coast Line I
train yesterday morning. They con
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it template returning for the coming I I
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the season.
wearer. I


yesterday Special Mrs. C.from W.afternoon MilwaukeeVis Picot arrived on the in-,Orlando to Tampa visit I I f!;, Or1allo n B BaUR & Trust t C CoallY I tt


her brother, Mr. J. L. Watson, at his I
T. H. EVANS home 407 Osceola street. Mrs. i ias
'. been quite ill for the past five :
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months in one of the hospitals in that i i iSty "Consultation Incurs No Obligation. }

and is accompanied by a trained
JEWELER nurse. She has many friends in Orlando "

f having visited here a year ago, I
f f " '+4H' MIIHIMMMIMt'' making her.home at the Keystone. -- :


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