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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 27, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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; "VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915. NUMBER 61.

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PUSH HEAVY GERlANSCK: PARISABLETOCOONTERACTASPHYXGAS LOSSES, SAYS WITH AMENDMENT FOR GERMAN TERNE: CRUISER OWING OF MEN TO WILL ILLNESS -IN i CLEAN-UP WEEK BOARD Of TRADE \Will BUY



SUFFRAGE IS I TIME LIMIT IS NEAR AT HAND I SET FOR MAY3T08

SOT T CORNER[ MAIN STREET[

In Spite of Death Inflicting Gas April 30 to Interne or Put to
KILLEDBY 3 8
Allies Protect Selves and Sea-Will Join Sister Ship.

Gain Ground-Other Eitel Friedrich, at AND CENTRAL A AYE Y[; $$8,500

War News VOTE OF 31 TO 24 SUF- I I Norfolk CIVIC LEAGUE HAS MADE
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FRAGE QUESTION FOR ARRANGEMENTS: FOR = 1 _
Paris, April .-The following offi- I Newport News, Va., April 26.- -
cial statement was issued tonight: SESSION ENDED Commander Thi*felder, of the Ger- :\ I.T R. CONSULTED PLATT SPECIAL MEETING: BOARDOF
"North of Ypres we made marked man auxiliary cruiser Kronprinz Wil- TRADE LAST NIGHT
progress on the left battle front and helm, tonight informed Collector of
I COMPULSORY EDUCATION BILLIs 1,000 BUTTONS ARE 0 R D E LARGELY ATTENDED
pushed the nemy back, inflicting Customs Hamilton that he wished to FREQUENTLY
heavy losses. The Germans again interne his vessel.
made use of the asphyxiating gases, Reported Favorably in the The continued and serious illness of And Will Be Worn BONDS WILL SOON BE ON MARKET
but we adopted means of protectionthat more than sixty members of his crew SHOW THAT THE
Senate-Gov. Trammell Week-State
gave best results. was given ah his reason for desiring COLOXELCOXFERRED'VITII
"Our Belgian allies and ourselves Delivers Memorial internment.The dressed Meeting PLATT Following Their Disposal Workof

both took part in a lively nifantry Day AddressBy men are suffering from beri- Mrs. Fuller'sThe Erecting Board of
fight near Fay, north of Chaulnes, be-
ing in posession of a crater producedby C. F. Johnson beri.The Kronprinz Wilhelm had until positive assurance of With Him Regarding Trade BuildingWill

an explosion of a German mine. Tallahassee, Fla., April 26.Special ( midnight of April 30 to interne or up week for Orlando, Bench Appointments-Sent StartAt
Our troops dislodged the Germans and to the Sentinel.)The woman's put to sea. new members, an address by Governor's :Message
held the position in spite of two coun- suffrage amendment was voted downin The vessel will within a few days S. Jennings, president of Proof to Him the special meeting of the Boardof
ter attacks. the house today by vote of 31 to join her sister raider, the Eitel Fried- Federation of Women's Clubs Trade last evening, attended by
"In the Champagne district the 24. Forty-five affirmative votes were rich, at Norfolk navy yards, there to lution endorsing a free Syracuse, N. Y., April 6.-In the seventy-five boosters who packed
Germans tried to attack Beause- remain until the cessation of hostilities themselves into the council cham-
near necessary to carry. Eleven members in the Orlando schools, and of confidential letters from a city
jour, but wer immediately arrested. answering roll call did not vote, and in Europe. ance of nearly 100 members the unpublished works of Roose- ber like sardines in a can, it was de-
"On the heights of the Meuse, the five members were absent from the outstanding features of a arose to confound him on this, cided to purchase the Dr. Christ lot
German attacks on the front extend- house. This ends the question as to YESTERDAY'S RESULTS cessful meeting of the sixth day of the Barnes-Roosevelt at the northeast corner of :Main: street
ing from Eparges to St. Remy and the enactment of suffrage laws at this League of Orlando at the suit. The letters, all written to and Central avenue, the purchase
the trenches of Calonne suffered a session. National League Mrs. John T. Fuller, proved that Roosevelt, if at price being $8,500, $1,500 of which
complete check. In spite of the ex- Compulsory education bills have Brocklyn 0, New York 3. Orlando league. rebellious, after all was well Dr. Christ will invest in the bond issue -
trem violence of the German effort we been reported favorable in the senate Cincinnati 13, Chicago 12. Mrs. Seth Woodruff, as a political soldier. to be floated within thirty days
remain masters of the ntire positionof today. Philadelphia 7, Boston 4. the public improvement They showed that the Colonel con- following the incorporation of Orlan-
Les Eparges, the slopes of whichare The senate session this afternoon St. Louis 3, Pittsburg 0. announced that the Civic Platt about all his appoint- do's fighting trade body. As soon as
covered with German dead. American League those for the bench the incorporation is perfected bonds
adjourned after fifteen minutes, pass- would conduct a clean-up including ;
"In the Vosges mountains the Ger- ing a resolution to adjourn for Con- New York 9, Washington 2. ning Monday, May 3, and he sent the boss a proof of his will be issued and work will be com-
mans after an extremely intense bom- federate memorial service at the cem- Boston 9, Philadelphia 2. until Saturday, May 8. as governor, asking for crit- menced on the structure which will he
bardment succeeded in gaining a foot- etery, where Gov. Trammell deliv- Detroit 1, St. Louis 3. tions of the city have been and suggestion, and he did not known as the Board of Trade build
hold on the summit of Hartmann's ered the memorial address. Chicago 12, Cleveland 1. f to two or more women, and go on a. stumping tour for the ing.The
t Weiler Kopf." The removal order of Sheriffs Federal League fort will be made to make party or a county fair with- meeting was the largest ever
Spencer of Hillsborough and Bakerof Brooklyn 8, Baltimore 4. paign for cleanliness the Platt's consent, and in those trou- held by the Board of Trade in Orlando -
Turkish Atrocities West Palm Beach did not reach the Newark 5, Buffalo 2. ough ever attempted in days when the energetic gover' and is an indication that that body
Petrograd, April 26.-Seven thou- senate today.A Chicago 7, Kansas City 0. city will co-operate with was deciding whether or not he has its fighting clothes on and the
sand Christian Armenians killed, Pittsburg-St. Louis; rain. League and will furnish afford to gather mould and cob- decks are cleared for action. Boxes,
3,000 injured, over 15,000 fugitives or FREE SHOW WEDNESDAYThe Southern League horses and men to carry off in the vice-presidency, Platt was window sills, and stools held the mem-
prisoners, 12 towns destroyed, over Sentinel was requested last I Atlanta Mobile:: 1. away all trash and rubbish man he consulted before making bers and the sairway leading to the
500 square miles laid waste, summar- New Orleans 6, Birmingham 4. in chamber was thronged with would-be
evening to make announcement that ing it is placed a decision that utrned out to be mo
izes another Moody page of the Turk- should and no doubt will appeal to Nashville 12, Little Rock 11. ready for the wagons. spectators. The secretary was forcedto
ish atrocities reported from Tiflis, the hearts of all children under the Chattanooga 5, Memphis 2. Mrs. James Laughlin III. Over fifty letters between Roose- sit on a pile of bricks.
Tabriz and Teheran. age of twelve years and make them South Atlantic League $5 for the purchase of and Platt were read. The read- Judge Warlow, on the committee to
This record covers ap eriod from feel happy, and may perhaps make Charleston 2, Augusta 1. with a green border and a of this vast mass of correspond- incorporate the Board of Trade, said
early January until late in March. many grown-ups wish they were chil- Columbia 8-1, Savannah 6-2. bearing the words, "Clean consumed the entire day. Now I it would require thirty days to make
The Kurd tribesmen fighting with the dren again. Mrs. Beacham has given Columbus 8-5, Albany 2-2. Up, Live Up." As long as then a witness managed to get the necessary procedure to be fol-
Turkish army are responsible, mainly the management of the Lucerne the- Jacksonville 3-1, Macon 1-4. lasts the buttons will be he wanted into the record. lowed by the first and second lien
r for the massacres, but the Turk- ater instructions to admit all children citizens helping to keep alive Another day may be consumed with bonds. The first lien will be in de-
ish regulars permitted the slaughter under that age, free, to see the movies BAPTIST CHURCH TO BE DEDICATED it of the week.A There are many nominations of from $100 to $1,000( I
and in some instances participated in Wednesday evening. :MAY: 28 feature of clean-up 4)I. letters to be read. and the second lien bonds will be in
the butchery. An enthusiastic meeting of the is assured, is the vacant lot denominations of $10 and upwards.
Horrible tortures were inflicted. I MOVIE FANS MOURN; JOHN building committee of the Baptist ment committee headed by :\ CALLED TO PENNSYLVANIAMrs. When the bonds are sold work will
Mothers begging: for the lives of their BUNNY DEAD church was held last evening in the and Miss Porter. They will S. G. Walker and little daugh- start on the building.The .
children saw them crucified before New York.-John Bunny, motion Baraca hall, with Chairman M. O. ery effort to bring about a Mary departed Sunday afternoon building will be of two stories
their eyes. Oil was poured over the picture comedian, died at his Brooklyn Overstreet presiding. tion upon the unsightly or Coal Center, Pa., following a tele- with a basement. It will be con-
victims and fired. Other butcherywas home today. He had been ill for Several items of business pertaining of Orlando. bearing the sad news of the structed of cement, stucco and brick
indescribable.AT some time of a complication of dis to the completion of the buildingand The following members of illness of her mother with and will be a handsome home for the .
I eases. purchasing of furniture and fix- League have been given the Board of Trade and a real civic cen-
THE GRAND tures were disposed of. The fifth divisions of the city: I I ter. A building committee is to beappointed 1 1I
Today is again Paramount day at Sunday in May (28th) was selectedas O'Neal and Mrs. Newell; I I at a near date. j 1I
the Grand theatre, and the great attraction OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY the day for the dedication exer- Park, Mrs. Dann, Mrs. Davis JOHN D. BJ CARPET I The Board of Trade will issue an a
is the popular and dainty I cises. Frazier; northeast, Mrs. invitation to the Presbyterian assembly -
magnetic little star, Marguerite Clark, -- :Mrs. Musselwhite; I urging them to hold their convention 1
who will appear in the Famous Players I Memorial Day of Confederacy FAMOUS CONFEDERATE CAVALRYMAN Dolive and Mrs. Soloman Oil Chief to Tell In- i in Orlando in 1916. Conventions I
Film company's four-part produc- Observed Sunday at Opera DIES ON MEMORIAL Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Yancey. dustrial Commission About i are wanted in Orlando, that is evi- !
tion of Grace Livingston Furniss' romantic House-Way to GeorgiaUnveiling DAY tising will be in charge of :\ Colo. StrikePullmanCase dent.

comedy, "Gretna Green. Thisis Hickman, Ky., April 26.-General liff.Irs.. Woodruff will to Be Heard The Dixie highway was discussed ,
said to be one of the most delightful II. A. Tyler, 77 years old, a Confed- eral chairman for the entire and a resolution was endorsed to the 1
of the Paramount successes. The committee. effect that concerted action of 1
Memorial services for the Confed- erate veteran famed as a dashing Washington, April 26.-Hearings all
scenes are actually laid in "Gretnn I In order to make cities should be made in j
effort
erate Veterans were observed Sundayat cavalryman, died at his home here to- promise to be the most impor- an to .
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Green, the lovers' haven, near the the opera house under the auspicesof day after an illness of three weeks notable one and to increase so far held by the United States have the route changed to include Or-
Scottish border. It will undoubtedlydraw the Annie Coleman Chapter of the from kidney trouble."I'IN.IFORE" I ciency and thoroughness on industrial relations lando and all Central Florida cities. j
crowded houses. United Daughters of the Confederacy.Dr. league's work, different } begin in Washington next Mon Col.! Bradshaw spoke at length con- ,
B. C. Abernethy presided and introduced TO BE PRESENTED assigned for special work. cerning a certain bill for the relief of !
SPRING WATER FOR PUBLIC Dean Remsen, who deliveredthe MAY 20 May 3, front yard ; day.The commission will resume its con- the people on certain streets who j i
Orlando is petting more metropolitan invocation, followed by Dr. Stagg, I The Mendelssohn Club will present Tuesday and Wednesday, :\ of the conditions of em- were willing to pay for the bricks if ,
every day. The Elder Spring who delivered the memorial day ad- "Pinafore" May 20. A rehearsal was 5, back yard improvements ; of Pullman car porters and they could get pavement. This bill
Water company is making arrangements dress. held last evening.The day, May 6, park, parking and Robert T. Lincoln, seemed to conflict with the bill pre- 1
to commence the delivery of Dr. Stagg said that the civil war Philathea class met at the improvement and clean-up of the board of directors of pared by City Attorney Massey at ,
pure, sparkling, spring water at the could have been averted. His tributeto Methodist church last evening. day, May 7, painting: and Pullman company, will be the the request of the Board of Trade
homes and business houses every day.It the leaders in the conflict, both ing day; and Saturday, May witness. and the city commissioners. Mr.
will be delivered at the business day. :Massey was asked to take the Brr.d- !
Confederate and Federal, was touch- BRYAN SAYS LAWSUIT GIVES The entire week of May 10 to 19
houses in water coolers, while house- ing and impressive. A prayer by Dr. INTERIOR VIEW G. O. P. Previous to Mrs. Jennings be taken up with hearings on shaw bill under consideration and incorporate -
holders can procure it in any quantity Stagg closed the services. Beautiful Washington, April 26.-"We shouldbe reports were made by the and law. Lawyers, labor lead certain parts of the bill if
desired. If you are interested a card I music was furnished by the Orlando grateful," remarked Secretary mittees, and Mrs. E. N. and judges will discuss the va- I found constitutional in the bill previously -
addressed to the above address will Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Bryan today, "for the BarnesRoosevelt man of the civics legal problems that arise dur prepared endorsed and sent
bring a. representative to see you. A. A. Patch. lawsuit. It is giving us an interior State Federation, gave a labor disputes, such as free ) to S. S. Griffin at Tallahassee for an
Watch for their advertisement in the The stage was decorated in stars view of the Republican party." Mrs. Simmons, in ; free assemblage, and conspir- enactment into law.
Sentinel. and bars and stars and stripes. :Many: public health committee, cases, the use of injunctions, boy
flowers graced the platform, which PENSION FOR METHODISTSSan campaign would be waged and blacklist. TO SERVICES MIDWAY, GA.
WON $;; GOLD PIECE IN SHORTCAKE was particularly beautiful. On the Francisco flies, mosquitoes and I
Cal, April 26.Thesum The commission will also reopen Mr. S. Y. Way has gone: to Midw: y,
SUNDAYMiss platform were Capt. B. :M.: Robinson, of $300,000 has been set aside as ditions at the A. C. L. Colorado strike controversy, and ( Ga.. to attend the unveiling of the
:Mathilda Xiles was the lucky Dean Remsen, Dr. Stagg, Dr. Aber- a pension fund for aged Methodist Mrs. Gedge, for the the last of the week expects ; Screven monument, which took place
young lady to draw the $5 gold piece nethy, and the officers of the U. D. C., ministers by the Methodist EpiscopalBook committee, said that an hear John D. Rockefeller and mem- 'at the Old Midway cemetery yest< -
concealed in the strawberry shortcake Miss Mary Robinson, president, and Concern, which has been in con- be made to get medical of his staff. day. Col.! A. S. Way, of Reidsville, ".
Sunday at the Plaza restaurant. Mr. Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Watson. ference her since last Tuesday. troduced in the public Ga., made the speech of acceptance I
Catechis announces that hereafter Following the exercises the audi- fall term. She reported Read the beginning of a new novel for the Midway Society, and Col. J. I
there will be a prize every Sunday at ence moved to the cemetery where the THE WEATHER for dental inspection were the Red Book by Mrs. Humphrey B. Way, the one of acceptance from I
his attractive cafe and restaurant in graves of the Blue and the Gray were Florida: Generally fair Tuesday! and that cards for medical Curtis & O'Neal's book, sta- :the; Georgia Society and the Colonial: 1!
the Arcade building. decorated. and Wednesday. (Continued on page ) and music store. Dames. ;:
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METHODIST WOMEN'S MISSIONARY DRUG FIENDS ARE NERVOUS !

COUNCIL CLOSESITS WRECKS
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SESSION

New York.-New York has seen a

Little] Rock, Ark.-The women's pitiful sight the last few weeks. The 1 Farm

HAPPYLAND missionary council of the Methodist federal drug law has at last prevented ,
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Episcopal church, south, closed its bringing the cocaine heroin, mor-I
fifth annual meeting here Friday phine and other dopes across the r'er t
We live but once. Let us partake of earth's good and adjourned to meet in Atlanta, from Jersey, for the city's fiends. The I' and

things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off country. April 13, 1916. drug users, unable to obtain their or- I .
At the session Friday it was decidedto dinary supplies of inspiration, have :
Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him
organize women's community clubs been reduced to nervous wrecks or
Seed
who buys his smokes of the among the negro women of the South. helpless idiots. They have actually : Garden

The educational qualifications of deaconesses been surrendering in groups to the

were raised considerably] I police, crying for something to relieve
and Bad .
Good Cigar Stores officers of the Scarrit Bible] school the awful agony in which they find

and training school of Kansas City themselves. Most of them will haveto

were authorized to collect a fund for be shipped to asylums] and another Disappointment seldom comes to those
the erection of a new building or an- blot on the reputation of New York ,
nex. Of the sums appropriated by will be gone.SCL'LI'TOR. i who buy their Drugs and Seeds from me.

t --- -- the council $196,835 will be devotedto
People who are particular about who fills
t foreign work and more than $129- MARCEAUX DIES

: OUR MOTTO : 900 to home missions. 'I their prescriptions or where they buy

Miss Annette Gist, McIntosh, Paris.-Rene de Saint :Marceaux
their farm or garden Seed, should give
Small Profits and Quick Returns. Fla., and Miss Charlie Holland, of the: sculptor, died last night at his I
Moscow, Tex., were assigned to work home in this city, at the age of 70 I this Drug Store a trial. Goods delivered

p Here is where you pay for the service you get and no in. Japan, which field is new to the years. Many of his works are fam- .
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council. Miss Gist previously was as- ous and occupy places of honor in night> or day. Phone
i In these times should for service I .
more. you pay no you
l signed to Korea, but the assignment Paris. He was elected to the Acad-

don't get. Investigate our plan. was changed today. emy of Arts in 1U05, to succeed the
I late Paul Dubois. I II

I THE CO-OPEUATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. NEW POSTMASTERS FOR FLORIDA I
II Store
OFFICESWashington.Postmaster ECONOMYMrs. I City Drug
L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447

General Homespun-What'll we con-
Burleson shook the plum tree, and tribute to the minister's donation par- I .j r.; J. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy

the following postoffice appointmentsfell ty?

Show Your ColorsWe I into the laps of waiting Floridians Farmer Homespun Wall, I dunno. i 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA ,

: Tanner. Taters is way up, pork is I

Crandall, Nassau county, Charles J. way up, fowlis way up-well save
i- Davis in place of Miss Ruth Brown, money by giving him money.St.Paul .
have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS, consisting of a
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resigned. Dispatch. .
flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A Johnstown, Bradford county, Geo.

big nice set for 1.50. Our flag stands for peace and W. Coffin in place of D. P. Coffin, re WHAT ABOUT THE HALF HOLIDAY I I-

patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand- signed. I The 14ar1zetOF :

some sets on your home. sW. Loughridge, Taylor county, Thomas
,v. Johnson. This is a new postoffice. Rev. J. 15. Ley suggests that it i., CLEANLINESS' OF gUALITY
Mr. Johnson's present address is getting about time for our good mer-
S. BRANCH OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
Waylonzo. chant friends to inaugurate their us-
Meredith, Levy county, Malcolm D. ; ual summer schedule of a half holi- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
THE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
Graham to succeed T. C. :\lcEachin.Oak day. Kept under the oat sanitary conditions .

Hill, Volusia county, Ernest E\erythinjj screened away from the Hies and kept fr.+hand
McCullough to succeed Leonard LUCERNE HELP HACK TO N. Y.

i I It Mosby. We invite pure inspection and guarantee .satisfaction; We h,.vr '
Old Town Lafayette countq WH- A portion of the help, ten in number everything in the Meat Line.
Ham J. Green to succeed Mrs. A. C. who hive bean l engaged this season -

I Martin. at the New Lucerne hotel expectto Co.
t S..A.YO H. AdC. Self &
: The last three offices were thrown ]leave on the 12:30 train tonightover

open to competitive examination.The the Atlantic Coast Line for New pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
I following Florida] postmasterswere York.

! Mr. Business Man, I will covered under the permanentcivil
service. ADDITIONAL LOCALS

offer for ten days to subdivide McAlpin, Suwannee county, JacobC.
Brock. I... Clark Leonardy drove over to
J the property corner Newburn, Suwannee county, Geo. Orlando :Monday in his car and re-
turned Wednesday afternoon accom-
Orange Avenue Jack A. Hewes. panied by :Mrs. Leonardy, who had ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
I Mrs. McCracken, postmaster at I been visiting at that place and Os

son and Boone streets in Pont Washington, Bay county, Fla-V 1(I teen GazetteNews.Mr.for two or three. weeks.Daytona \
t has been removed, and Edward Mc

f parcels to suit purchaser.Look Cracken was appointed to succeed I and Mrs. E. N. Coy expect to SHEET METAL CO.

' the her. leave today for New York where they
matter over. will spend the summer, returning to

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COVER CROP AND DRY WEATHER I Trlnnilo--" in" the fall Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Dr. J. W. Newman of Punta Gorda ,
I who has been spending a couple of
It is sometimes advisable to turn I days with his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.T. and Rubber RoofingsCornices
I' C. A. HOVEY under a cover crop earlier on accountof M. Newman, on East Anderson
the soil being in good condition, home.street, ]left yesterday afternoon for Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

II whereas if put off for a few days or

I a week, dry weather might preventthe > Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brewster will ORLANDO
St. -
Works 14 E. Church -
work being done as it should be. leave Tuesday morning for Lake : .
r When the land is to be planted to cot- Placid, N. Y., taking with them the I
good wishes of the people of Orlando
ton it will be to turn the .
necessary
and especially]] the section where they .
cover crop under earlier, regardlessof have resided this st season 511 East .
f IF YOU NEED the stage of growth. This will allow Anderson avenue. They have been i

"r., a few days for the land to settle coming to this city for several seaI I
sons and this year have built a lovely
and to be gotten in proper conditionfor home on Colonial Hills which they
Letterheads Envelopes a good seed bed. The plow shouldbe will occupy when they return in the The Orlando Meat MarketT.
followed closely with the harrow, fall.] The Sentinel will keep them
posted on the happenings in Orange .
to pulverize the soil before the wind
Cards Announcements county during their absence. A. YANCY, Manager?
and sunshine dries it out. Unless the
soil is full of moisture.or there are Miss Hester Nathan who has been
Circulars Briefs Hand prospects of an early rain it is best to spending the season in Orlando with Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

run a roller over the land to firm it, her Barents. Mr. and :Mrs. A. Nathan Florida and Western Meats
guests at Duke Hall, left yesterday
I which will aid in holding the mois- N. J., the
afternoon for Clifton to regret -
[ Bills Catalogs, or, ture. The roller should always be of many friends. :Mr. and Mrs. Oysters, Fish, Poultry-, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
,
who this city's
followed with the weeder or light Nathan are among
smoothing harrow to mulch the topsoil nrominent winter residents will not Special Attention to Hotel and Out of'Town:Order* .
leave before the middle of :May. Theyare
PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE so attahced to Orlando and the
BOX 226
P. O.
delightfulness of the climate that ( Busine 135
PHONES Ave. and Church St.
WHEN TO TURN COVER CROP they will remain as long as pos>nible.; \ Reidnc 133 Cor. Orange

f Sentinel Job Office 1 UNDERThe Don't overlook the want ads.

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the soil weather conditions, and the
I crop that i is to follow. Where corn to
0t e Ice Cream
i I to be"planted on crimson clover land, Pure

:I the clover should be turned under just

I when the bloom begins to appear. The .
; liammond&Gore |crop at this stage will contain about !F
.
1 the maximum amount of plant food. I r
'I When you want PURE ICE For Party
I Ii
i ] Besides it will decay much more
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I i i readily] than if permitted to reach full i I CREAM call for HAND'S. If Clubthe

I '! maturity.. It may be necessary to :you don't believe that we take

VALUES LOW PRICES I i i turn the clover under a little earlier, I greatest care in its maneWe make our Ice Cream from Church Social
in order to get the corn planted at
and watch
facture come up us tubercular tested cows. All
COMPARE I the proper time. make it. You will be surprised School. Social
cans, moulds and everythingused
at the care every detail is given.
I OUR FURNITURE I DAVIS YACHT IS BEING REPAINTED in the manufacture of our Lodge
I
Any kind you want, any time
is thoroughly steril
I Ice Cream
We provide the quality i of furniture that has long 1\Ir Edwin Davis, of Orlando, is in you want it. In any quantity 10 PicnicOrder I

been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the the city on professional business. HeIi I from a quart up. ized.
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. reports that his yacht as Crystal Riv1 .
i!, 1 invited to
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make er is being repainted and put in shapefor You are cordially Hands. Pure

this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof the season and he will in a few inspect our factory at any

this business, and that means much to any buyer. I weeks invite a number of his friends time. Ice Cream
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IIISTORIES- DO INJUSTICE TO I third of his army at this battle. I SIDELIGIITS------ 1; MlitilMIMIMMIIIIMIMI IIII I II I I I I I I I I II I II I I I I I IIIIIIII I IIII I III I I I I I I II I II

THE SOUTII Who was the hero of Yorktown? I I

Thos Nelson] of Virginia.Who (By W. S. Branch)

(From "Dixie") was the Swamp Fox of the I

That Florida and other South} "rn Revolution? Francis Marion of South The Times-Union has a headline,

Carolina. "Will Ask Grand to Indict Druggists -
I Jury:
States have suffered at the hands of
Who was the Game Cock of the i Here." We glad that
so-:Mid historians is known to those are very
Revolution? Thomas Sumter. I t
"here" refers to Jacksonville, for we
who know the history of Southern Who were those Partisan Leaders

. heroes. that did such valiant service for Caro- would sure feel sad to see Sheriff I TIIEBIGSTOIIE

Gordon starting for the jail with Mc-
For years the South has submittedto lina and drove Lord Rawdon from

this injustice, but Frank Wideman, Charleston'? Marion, Sumter, Pickens' Elroy, Merck, Estes, DeLaney, Dean .

a Florida Cracker boy, has broughtout and Lee. and Smiht under his arm. The new i
Who the commander in chief ,
this injustice to such an extent was "dope" law is the cause of trouble II j
of the Atlantic squadron? Winfield '
that the Sons of Confederate Veterans j among the pill rollers.

have placed the matter before the Scott Schley. I I
Who made minister to Havana? i .
Florida Legislature seeking a remedy. was I "Let George do it" Mason should I]
Fitzhugh Lee. j
Southern history is but little knownin I get his namesake, "Walt. :Mason" to
Who was called the "Wizard of the "
our schools, and yet it was the write a few of his famous copyrighted -
Saddle?" Joe Wheeler.
South that performed most importantwork jingles about the Jacksonville fair. OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Who commanded the Brooklyn
in making this country the land Walt, writes poetry "for revenue only -
when Cervera's fleet was destroyed?
of freedom. ;" but we believe his style has more

George Washington, the father of Schley. I pull in it than that written by Elbert
What vessel fired the first shot of
. this country, was a Southerner, and Hubbard, who is employed by some of
the war? The Nashville, commandedby
James Madison, a Southerner, was the the largest advertisers to exploit
Maynard of Tennessee.
. father of the Constitution. Thomas their wares.
Who fired the first shot Manilla?
Jefferson, who wrote the Declarationof Clothes for young men, the greatest of Cloth-
Stoakley Morgan of Arkansas.
Rights, was a Southerner and the BILLS INTRODUCED} } BY GRIFFIN
father of State Rights. Patrick Henrywas Who was promoted for gallantry on AND NEWTON : ingdom's new fashion achievements, deep notch
the field] ? Micah Jenkins of South
a Southerner. John Marshall, the
Carolina. collar bull dog lapels full soft roll shoulders
narrow
great expounder of the Constitution, By Mr. Griffin, of Orange, House
Who shed the first blood of the
was a Southerner. So was Henry Clay Bill No. 532-Relative to municipal
war? John B. Gibbs of Virgina. 1'' in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles
and John C. Calhoun.In improvements in the city of Orlando; r
Who was the first to fall in battle?
every cricis the South has beena not referred.By 'ji : shown. We have them, in prices to suit all
Worth Bagley of North Carolina. ? fii'
conspicious factor. In stateman- Mr. Newton, of Orange, House
Who was Dewey's right-hand ?
ship it lead from the birth of the nation man Bill No. 533-Giving every mechanic, I' parses.t .
Al
Tom Brumby of Georgia. III -
to the Civil War. It has led along builder, artisan, workman, laborer or
Who was the hero of Santiago
all of the great works. It was Cyrus other perso who shall do or performany '
' Bay? Winfield S. Schley. Kuppenheimer Clothes are the best we cant
McCormick of Virginia who revolu- work or labor upon or furnish
Who was the backbone of the Santi-
tioned harvesting by inventing the campaign? Joe Wheeler. any materials, machinery, fixtures or '" sell, and the best you can buy, at prices you can
ago
reaping machines. James Gatlinjj of any other things upon or for the con- ,
Who raised the at Manilla?
North Carolina gave us the Catling flag struction, repairing, alteration or removal -I I' .- afford.
Brumby of Georgia.
gun. The first sewing machine was or any other structures, a lien
Who sent with to
made by a Georgian, Fransis Gould-] was a message upon the machinery or fixtures therein men be
Garcia? Rowan of Virginia. SOME may Our line of Summer Shirts in silk, madras and
ing yet our histories give credit to or thereon or upon such buildingor
Who was sent to count the ships in t to style ia
Howe. Santiago Bay? structure, on the land upon whichit percales are all that make the hot days pleasant.be .
William Longstreet of Georgia first stands, superior and paramount to shirts, but no man can well
Victor Blue of South Carolina.
suggested steam as a motive power. Everyone our Southern boys. all other persons; on judiciary B. indifferent to fit. An Prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00.
Watkins of Georgia made the first .
Then who was in command of
cotton gin, but school children never put BITTER ORANGE JELLY
the American in the
hear of him. troops Philip- ARROW
. pines? Ewell S. Otis. Who made
The first railroad in the world was was Specialists of the department in .
Governor of the Philippines? Luke
in South Carolina,and the first steam- the course of experiments have ob-
Wright of Memphis.And SHIRTis
boat tht crossed the Atlantic went served that te hitherto useless fruit
does this not show of
from Savannah, but Northern history our boys of te sour or bitter orange can be

does not tell us so. the South equalled in courage and made to yield a highly palatable jelly always as appropriate to
heroism the boys of the North?
Dr. Gorrie, a Floridian invented artificial which promises to afford a use for a the wearer as it is to the'

ice, which has given comfort to large amoutn of this wasted fruit.

hundreds of millions and which has FINNISH STEAMER SUNK This fruit is too bitter to be eaten occasion.

saved millions of lives. How many raw. The chemists, however, found Made in every' style, J"

histories tell of his work. Stockholm.The that the pulp or interior of this or-
Finnish steamer white or color fast.
Surgery and medicine would be Frack has been torpedoed and sunkin ange, with the unusually bitter skin c > ,

hopeless without anesthesia, yet Dr. the Baltic by a German submarine. removed and with the addition of $1.50 and $2.00 4 a..

Crawford of Georgia discovered it. It is believed that the members of twice as much sugar, would jell intoan
Sims of South Carolina first amber-colored
suggested her product not quiteso
crew were saved. The Frack car- I
surgery in hospital service. How bitter as bitter marmaladebut
orange
ried of iron
a cargo ore and was on \ j ,t tI
Palm Beach Suits flannel and Trousersin >
many Southern school children ever her way to Abo, Finland. having some of the characteristicflavor serge
.. heard of them? of that conserve. I II J1 '
i plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appreciate ii
The first book ever written in Amer- -- -- ----- -- -
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ica was written in the south-the first 4'
these without seeing them. Let us show you.
free school] in America was in Virginia. -

The national anthem, "The Star- Straw and Panama Hats, Caps, Underwear, ill I i iSox /

spankled Banner," was written by a

Southerner.The Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts, in I i '

South has done the greatest

work in making history, but so-called fact, all lines that go to make Men's Shop com- al .1,

historians do not give the proper .
credit.It plete. i

was in the South that the first \11

church was built-first to establish \
We Have Them ,\
the marriage ceremony, and first to ,
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establish a hospital-first to have an /'EM'tJ.ftrlAt\:7' Mooe'd7SPosser

r orphan asylum. : er Tovr3 Corr A look from you will be appreciated.
It was Southern heroes that led in

the war of the revolution. When Massachusetts -

and other Northern States THE HOUSE COPYRIGHT OF KUPPE"HE'ME"1914

were willing to bear the British iniquities -
Differentand
it was Southern statesmen ---

who made the fight for liberty at the

Stamp Act Convention.It I

was in South Carolina, in 1775, OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
that the British flag was first torn as much bett( r as it is different


down. It was John Paul Jones of Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less

North Carolina who won the victoryat skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. Economy is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in service, style and
with
Britain.
sea
These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year.
For two and a half years, it is true, They are assured by mechanical laws. comfort.

the war was fought on northern soil, uncomfortable footwear
Don't let ;your feet or continue to annoy ;you.
but: Virginia troops were in bat-
tle, our Washington was the every leader Read the Five Leading Oakland Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the comfort -

after Bunker Hill and Georgia sent service and style of our Shoes mean real economy. *

the first schooner against the British, Superiorities Below r Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to
and Joseph Habersham of Georgia

seized all the powder in the magazineat visit us, and the assurance of our most careful attention.
Every feature works towards a definite economy-
Savannah, besides 14,000 pounds maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with Shoes bought at the Big Store will make good, or be made good by us.

captured from a British ship, and sent 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.
it
to be used at the battle of Bunker
11:11. ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury.

Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's
North Carolina sent the powder a real road test-and decide. I
that was used at Boston!
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The Ookland
Catalogue upon request. Fours and
Who was the hero of Trenton, :Monmouth sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 to This store deals with its patrons on the principle '
and Princeton? George Wash
$1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND.
ington. that its success will be in proportion to the satisfactionit

Who was the hero of Saratoga? I MOTOR COMPANYPontiac

Daniel Morgan of the Shenandoah.Who delivers. Whether your purchase be a Kuppen-

was promoted for bravery at I MichiganJ.

the seige of Savannah? Samuel Da- heimer garment or the smallest wardrobe essential

vis of Georgia, the father of our Jefferson -j ,

Davis. B. MAGRUDER : t whether the amount involved be $25.00 or 25 cents
Who Jr. Agent ,
the
were heroes of Kettle I
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Creek Elijah Clark and Dooly of i ORLANDO FLORIDA I; i your interests are guarded by a two-fold protection,

Georgia, and Pickens of South Caro- 2

lina.Who 1-Great Strength j the unquestioned dependability of the merchandise

was the hero of Hanging with light weight.

Rock? Thomas Sumter of South ; and our own guarantee. 1 1I

Carolina. I 2.-High Speed Motor 1'with I j'i

Who were the heroes of King's great power. { i I II
I
:Mountain? Campbell of North Caro- 3--Low center of I i

lina, Sevier and Selby of the Wau- ) of
gravity with usual '

tauga said that Settlement.was the decisive Thomas battle Jefferson of || road clearance. 1 II

the Revolution. 1 I 4 F lying wedge Towell-Duckwortli Co.

Who was the hero of Blackstock's] Lines with least wind

Ford Thomas Sumter of South car- resistance. h I "

olina.Who o-Economy with O 01 Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." !'
was the hero of Cowpens Luxury.
Morgan and William Washington of I I
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DAILY 1 CLEAN-UP WEEK IS SET FOR ender an informal reception to the 1 I ''I

MAY 3 TO 8. delegates and visitors. Thereafter j
South Florida Sentinel from day to day till Friday there will |

MORNING AND WEEKLY (Continued from page 1) be specially attractive features. It Iis j

:_ GLENN ......................EAUrv had been ordered. expected from sixty to one hundred I FOR SALE
r. ESSINGTON .... ..Banned Manager
-- ---- Mrs. Potts stated that the school delegates will be in attendance. .4
f Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor- board favored the introduction of free Further notices and detailed programs : ,
Ida. as Second CUs Mail Matter. I
kindergartn into the public schools of the several events will ap'pear r
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES and that a petition had been circu- in the local papers. -a
Daily. 1 Year ....................... J5.00
Daily, 6 Months ...................... 20 lated which bore the names of nearly

Daily.Daily.: 1 3 Month Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: 1-25:6 200 prominent citizens, taxpayers and spending Mr. Chas.the winter Moore, in who Orlando has ,been will
others. Fifty-seven children had been of
Weekly 1 Year. ?-?_?.._......:?..._._$1.00 promised for the kindergarten whenit leave tomorrow for Scranton, Pa., Country estate

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN is founded. It is hoped that it will i where he will spend the summer. :Mr. 350 acres, large two K

be opened in September. A motion Moore expects to return to Orlando

ADVERTISERS- : was passed by which the free kinder- early in the fall and will open a studioin f storydwelhnghandI
and all ether hand-set this being member of the I
Copy for display garten movement was endorsed by city a I
adveitimnr mutt be handea in at the business some lake front
famous Lawrence band and orchestrain ,
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. the league. '
the day before publication. This rule! applies the Keystone State. -
Mrs. Beeman that the
reported
to chances for contract ad.*rti.ine: it is $9000.00. \ 1
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. charity committee would hold a meet-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR / .
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued ing Saturday evening and at that 1 itzWJ.
should notify the office in writing on (\ 1
time would for meet- EXCHANGE Would like 11
the date of expiration otherwise it will be arrange a mass to exchange '\ .
continued at the regular subscription rates. ing to be held in the near future. nice lot in Bartow, Fla.. for Sixacre grove mod- ,
received. lot of value in Orlando. Phone ,
notice to equal
stop is
Telephone until N.mb r ...... ................ 2. There was no report from the junior 632. 4-27-6tc
committee, owing to the absence of ern cottage and out-

TUESDAY APRIL 27. 1915. Mrs. Straley, who has been called to FOR RENT-Five room house with ARE YOU
California because of the illness of lights, water and gas; good loca- buildings, $4000.00.Call .
tion four blocks from M. E. church
himself in ;
Huerta might enjoy her father. I
on east side; rent reasonable. Inquire
Brownsville at present, where he Reports were also made by Mrs. 207 Palmetto street. 4-27-31* AWAKETo
could give both sides the laugh. Warlow of the legislative committeeand I

o Mrs. Bourne of the ways and PUBLIC TYPEWRITING done accu-

The Perry Herald says that this is means committee. For the member- rately.and Reasonable rapidly. Two rates years'; Satis-experience on I IS. the fact that more constitutional ills

the season of the year when a poor ship committee Mrs. Bliss stated that faction guaranteed. Call or address are due to badly fitting or badly fitted
fisherman develops into a fair liar. i 28 new members had been secured, Miss :Mabel Durham. Phone ;570. Box i
727, city. 4-27-Ot* shoes than are dreamed of in our philosophy -
o bringing the total to 184 members. S.G.Dolive&SonReal i

An air raider seems to be able to :\[rs. Fuller, president, interposed a -- ? Many women, many men, carry

drop a bomb with unerring precisionon few remarks declaring that Orlando Doctors'l3iiik'illilsici' I Ii i I .
evidences
with them irritating and painful -
almost anything except what he should have the largest and best Estate and InsuranceORLANDO.FLORIDA i
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aims at.Lots league in Florida. This was greeted Briiiidiigi1 of this fact. .
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o with applause and ther is no doubt a OSTEOPATHS I
of people get up in the air campaign will be waged to greatly Personal instruction under Dr. Still No. 3 W. Pine Second Floor I To fit a shoe properly almost an

who never saw an aeroplane, and increase the membership and bring at Kirksville, Mo.
many others get at sea who never additional power and prestige to the 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples ,
National Bank. Phone 578. i
saw a ship."Married. league.
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and Glad of It" is the tee's report was given by Mrs. West- 41

name of a club in Tampa, but the cott, who desired co-operation from

membership is small and recruits the entire league in encouraging a 1

hard to find.-Thomasville Times-En- movement for the planting of flowersin i .

terprise. front yards throughout the city]

-o that would be in harmony. She declared _
South Florida's most effective ad- that one week should be set

vertising agencies were the fairs held aside for the planting of flowers and

in Tampa from 1904 to 1908. The shrubbery. She suggested that a Pa ):'

business men of South Florida should quantity of flowers and plants be secured -
get together and organize an associa- and planted under expert direc- N t

tion for the purpose of,holding a tion.On Magnolia AvenueI

creditable section fair in this city a motion by Mrs. Laughlin it

each winter.-Tampa Times.D. was resolved that a prize of $1 be have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
o given to the best slogan or motto for
uated from Osceola Hotel.
W. of the Gainesville directly across
Rowe one the league, all communications to be

"letter carriers," has been bound over addressed to Mrs. Fuller. This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
to the United States authorities for :Mrs. Edwards a brief
gave reportof number of bearing fruit trees.
forging the name of a dead negro the meeting held recently at Dade
pensioner to papers in order to receive t I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
City.Mrs.
his pension money. Rowe madea Holt then gave her address, feet off south end.

confession. which was intensely interesting. She ..
o The house is in good condition and is arranged into
said
that civic cleanliness meant
During the last G. A. R. encamp- wealth and prosperity. There is no light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income Artistic AchievementAn

ment there was one woman amid the better advertisement for any city, she of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
crowd of spectators on the day of said, than civic beauty and general
the parade who made herself conspicuous municipal cleanliness. Mrs. Holt said bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT absolute study of individuality, for

by her noisy hurrahs and excited that to neglect these vital things was BARGAIN.Cash there are no two persons feet identically

waving of a flag as the veterans an injustice to self and neighborsalike. or terms. alike. The standard size of shoe may be
marched past. One of the bystanders .
the same, but adjustments radically dif
told her sharply to shut
'. up. Mrs. Jennings concluded the after- e
"Shut up yourself!" she retorted. "If noon meeting with an address of ferent. Our shoe selling staff has, in a

you had buried two husbands who great interest. She has been visiting
few short months earned a reputation of
had served in the war, you would be other cities in the state and told ot
hurrahing, too.-New York Globe. shoe fitting excellence.
the work that was being done in other
o sections of Florida. She discussed at S. Y. WAY

wily SHOULDN'T length the "memorial" introduced by MENWho '

ORLANDO GROW? the State Federation before the state

The Board of Trade will erect a legislature and declared that helpful
Insurance and Real Estate Agent are on their feet probably more than
building to hold meetings and conventions legislation would be enacted for the

in, attract winter residents, and betterment of many evils. women, a perfect fitting shoe is an exquisite -

encourage municipal and civic meet- PHONE 172 pleasure, especially after being in
the Club is to FOR CHURCH GOING FOLKSMr.
adding
ings; Country
the habit of wearing shoes that in the
its membership, contemplating improvements -
considering features for Ley is announcing several features broadest sense of the word-simply fit.

summer and the coming winter sea- of more than usual interest for
son; the Woman's Civic League of Or- music lovers and church goers. To I Our Men's Shoe Stockcarries

lando are responsible for the clean-up begin with, the Glee Club of Southern

t week May 3 to 8. This city is a College will be in Orlando next Sunday -
many ranges, and so complete that
winner! arriving on the late train Satur-

t --- day night. At 11 o'clock Mrs. Alderman every foot can be properly fitted with in-
or Dr. McLean, or both- will sing. -
VALUE OF THEPERISCOPE. telligence.
t At night there will be the usual music

The value of the periscope in f war- festival, the evening being devoted to
fare is shown by this dispatch from the recital of "The Crucifixion," a EveryL1t tc from Head to Foot Our New Styles Include

1L magnificent sacred cantata, by the
Flanders
:
t "The periscope is wonderful. To be college club, assisted by the local in. our Dru tore BLACK AND TAN RUSSIAN CALF.
church choir, and led by Dr. McLean,
f seated where you can see nothing but BLACK AND TAN KID
vocal instructor, and whose splendid Hair Tonic HAIR
the muddy sides of a hole and then
voice was heard with much pleasurein TON I BLACK AND TAN VELOUR
t by applying the periscope, and with- to
out having to rise an inch, to have this church some weeks ago. WHITE CANVAS, RUBBER SOLES
f the whole of this extraordinary countryside On Monday night, at the Orlando Bunion. : '
t revealed-trenches and wire opera house, members of the college Plasters WHITE NUBUCK

t entanglements, sandbags, and shell conservatory of music, and presidentof TAN TENNIS SHOES

t. holes showing up as if under a mir the school of expression will givean ENGLISH SHOES .
entertainment. Among others,
r croscope. 0 Drs. McLean and Fredenburg, Mrs.

: I Dr. Alderman, and Miss Ouida Knight
I TilEI.UE
will take part. The program will be
I OF HUMOR. rLf tti
attractive and elaborate, and at a '
f r- Humor is more resistless than log- ctt
popular admission price of only 25
ic; laughter is more compelling than
cents, the house should be crowded
I eloquence. Many a lawyer and many to. its capacity.On .
a preacher can testify that a touch of
Tuesday the delegates to the
cart + '
humor in an illustration or an argument /.r
district conference will arrive, and at ?
l will drive it home to the under-
the close of the evening opening exercises -
standing quicker than anything else, I
the ladies of the church will
and give the speaker a grip upon his
tr hearers that can not otherwise beI I -- DICKSON IVES[ CO.

t f gained. Then, if he wishes it, from Orlando Wood Yard I
laughter to tears is only a step. The

wise physician well understands the

therapeutic value of fun and a cheer- Removed from Pine St. two blocks Get it at

ful spirit. Medicine may be a neces- .DEPARTMENT STORE.
north on Railroad, west end Washington -
I sary and powerful agent in the treat- MERCK'SWe .. .
St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
rnent.of illness; but it may fail where
all times. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING .
fear or melancholy join hands with! are the nearest drug store PL \CE

) the disease. Cheer up! Smile! Let The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy

x a few thrills of humor run ever so PHONE 68 of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

weakly through the veins and "tickle B. KINGSLEYPHONE at right prices J
t the risibles." The hostile forces of t.IERUI 'S PHARMACY ,

disease can be driven back by the be- E3U I I IT44E
THE REXALL STORE ,
nevolent microbes of mirth.

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Sorosis Club meets. Dr. and :Mrs.: Hal Beardall chaperoned .
II \rs I'IWGlt.1tIeelst :
Mrs. James Laughlin III. hostess at a jolly camping party at beautiful t
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bridge. Camp Allejulia Saturday. In Ideal Feature. Maria Caimi in "The ij'p? r
Wednesday April 28. 1
Lost Chord. A vivid visualization of
the besides Dr. and :Mrs.: Bear-
Young Matrons Club Mrs. Joe Bum- party I
heart interest _It
containing gripping -
a story \ ''
by, Jr., for Miss Mattie Nelson of dall were Miss Guilda Happersett, and replete with action, in ll -- '?00 J.;
Brunswick Ga. Miss Nell Kinzell, Miss Sarah Slem- three parts. I ,, :;,- '" --....
Mission Study Class of M. E. church, /"/
3 o'clock, ons, :Mr.: Edwin Beeman, :Mr.: William Grandon. "Cupid Kicks a Goal. A I // ,
regular monthly meeting. ,
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I clever Ethel Gran
comedy featuring ,
I. O. O. F. anniversary celebration. I!J Beardall, Mr. Harold Johnson. I / 1 1" J
Men's Open Forum meets; travel talk. *** don.Don't ;
-- -- miss these big features the o
Sans Souci Club, Miss McKee hostess. Mrs. Ellen llcGrawliss :Margaret : Favorite is going you for the small ; COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. C. P.
Dow hostess. McGraw, and Mr. T. P. McGraw, ++ t ti price- I No matter how little ,
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Five cents"to all. you pay you get quality here for the fjn'
Bachelor Girls, Miss Alma DeLaney who have spent the winter in Orlandoat I price. No matter how much intrinsic
aDANIEL ------ you pay you get value for
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hostess. the home of Mrs. D.1.. Topliff,
Aside from real values
Thursday, April 29. I your money. you can choose from an assortment -
212 East Jackson street, will leave tomorrow r OSTEOPATHYDR. ] unrivalled here-abouts.
Rosalind Club, bridge tournament, 3 I
o'clock. over the Atlantic Coast Line I U
. Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. J. M. Snead hos- ]for Randolph, N. Y., where they will Iii
tess. the J. C. HOWELL ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. :
spend summer. 7
t State Peace Convention. 7:30 p. m., FROHMAN Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon' --u ]
address by lion. Arthur D. Call, Kirksville Graduate [ HdJ
national director American Peace PROGRAM FOR THE I. O. O. F. Pre nts The Irresistable Consultation Free I. n OBI .
Society. ANNIVERSARYFair Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan .
Friday, April 30. HoteL I -1I
State Peace Convention. 10 a. m., I 1 1I
Presbyterian lecture room, business Grounds, Wednesday, April 28. MARGUERITE CLARKEIn Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 i
Orlando, Fla. A SAVING IN PAINT:
meeting. 1:30 p. m., opera house, I -
school rally, public and private 10 A. :M.: -Call to order by chair- I is not made by buying cheap paints, .
schools of the city; address by Dr. 1I
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the famous Romantic Comedy but by purchasing the very best
J. J. Hill director Peace Society of man.
I I LucerneTODAY grades, such for instance han :
South Atlantic States. 7:30 p. m., Invocation. I as we
address by Dr. J. J. Hall, "What I I Opening ode. i dle. Just think how much more poor 1 1I
Saw and Learned in the \Var Zone. "GRETNA GREEN"In paints cost if have
I Welcome address, W. R. O'Neal you you to keep
. Suffrage tea at home Mrs. Beardall. .1 I
Saturday May 1. 1 Address on behalf of Rebekahs, I 41 renewing them every year or two. '
. D. A. R. meeting, with Mrs. A. B. Irs. Chas. Phillips. !I Think how much cheaper are our :
Whitman election of officers for II I Four Parts I paints which last two or three times
Address on behalf of Seminole En-
coming year. AN; INVITATION AND AN / ( as long. '
II. Brokaw.
State Peace Convention. 3:30 p. m., 'campment
woman's meeting, lecture room; address j Principal address, Rev. James S. ATTACK"An I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co ,;
"by Dr. J. J. Hall, "War: Day, chaplain Grand Lodge of Flor ****- JiI 1
Edison Feature
Brides.
Special com- --- ti T 205 S. Orange Avenue 1
Sunday, May 2. i ida. I I rs plete in two parts.
State Peace Convention. Union meet- Pre-dinner spice, Dr. J. W. Stagg. ; I + i
ing address Chas. B. I I I COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
; by Judge I Adjournment for dinner. 1i
Parkhill Tampa; address by Dr. W. 1:30 P. M.-Call to order. i
F. Blackman. I "SOPHIE CHANGES HERIIND"
-().- Vocal duet, Sisters Stevens and
BOW KNOT CLUBENTERTAINED. I Barker. :\

, I I "Why I Like It," Rev. Dr. Ley. Another of those screaming
Miss Dane entertained the BowKnot j Address by Ethel Bell Stevens, Essanay Comedies. WRIGHT SEED COMPANY ]
Club yesterday at Mrs. J. I.I j"Beauties of the Rebekah Degree." i

, Cheney's, the guests making four ta- !j I Sports: LARGE FRESH SUPPLY j
bles. Mrs. Lege, who substituted for Nail driving contest by Rebekahs; "CORNELIUS AND THE

Mrs. Sherman, made high score, thus I I prize, $2 aluminum pressed battle, WILDMAN" Velvet Beans, Cowpeas, Chufas, j,
entitling Mrs. Sherman to wear the .i given by Geo. :McCulloch: ; 2nd prize, 10 cents 20 cents

Bow Knot pin. Fruit salad, angel $1 cash, P. F. Laubach; 3rd prize, 3 A Kalem Comedy. Sorghum, DasheensAnd !

food cake, devil's food cake, mints I months subscription, ReporterStar.Peanut j
and punch were served. The next race for daughters of Odd other Seeds
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meeting of the club will be with Mrs. Fellows; prize, $2 bottle of perfume, 1I FOUR SPLENDID REELS
i I Call on us for Prices. 206 South Orange Ave.
Chalfant, May 10. given by N. J. Merck; 2nd prize, $1
-().- cash, P. F. Laubach.
AT ORLAND Button sewing contest by Odd Fel- IROOf FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS 1

. HOTEL FRIDAY. lows; prize, $5 savings account, by G4RDfNTODAY
Members of the senior class of O. Orlando Bank and Trust Co.; 2nd BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK

!I. S. are in receipt of invitations sent prize, $1.25 pocket knife, Bumby r
. out by the junior class requesting Hardware Co.
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their presence at the annual junior- I Tug of war by Odd Fellows; prize, I- J
senior entertainment which is to be I$5 rug, by Yowell-Duckworth Co. j
held at the Orlando hotel next Friday Foot race by Rebekahs under 35; 1
evening.SOCIETY. I I prize, $5 savings account with Peo- A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
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NOTES cash, P. F. Laubach. "IN THE CITY OF TERRIBLE

OF INTEREST.The Foot race by women over 35 years; NIGHT" Established 1886
Mission Study class of the M. prize, $5 brooch, by T. II. Evans; 2nd
E. church, south, will hold its monthly prize, five rose bushes, value $2, by I
meeting at 3 p. m. Wednesday in the W. H. Brokaw. Drama of Thrills and Mystery ,
ladies' parlor of the church. All ladies Foot race by Odd Fellows under 35; CURTIS & O'NEAL
I complete in 2 parts, King Bag-
invited. "The Child
. are cordially prize, $5 savings account with State
in the Midst" has proven a very inter- Bank of Orlando; 2nd prize, tie and got.
esting and profitable text book for collar, by Nat Burman, value $2. INSURANCE LOANS
J
b this year. Mrs. E. A. Potts, superin- Board sawing contest by Rebekahs;
tendent Mission Study class. prize, $3.50 cassarole set, Douglass
-- Furniture Co. 2nd prize, Curtis &
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'THE LAW OF LOVE" REAL ESTATE RENTALS 1
This is a hurry call to you and oth- O'Neal, $2 worth of merchandise.Foot .
er kindred souls whom 'life has taughtthe race for all men over 35;
truth of Josh Billings' remark: prize, $3 hat, by Dickson-Ives Co.; Victor Drama. J
"If a man kan't laff there is sum 2nd prize, $2 straw hat, by II. Kan-
mistake made in putting him together ner; 3rd prize, year's subscription to C "j
and if he won't laff he wants az Orange County Citizen.

mutch keeping away from az a bear Jumping contest by boys under six- "HIS ONLY PANTS" j
trap when it iz sot." teen, sons of Odd Fellows; prize,$1.50 For Sale

pair of tennis shoes, by T. O. Brown; Nestor Comedy. Lee Moran, 1
Miss Alma DeLaney will entertainthe 2nd prize $1 Victor baseball bat, by
Bachelor Girls at the home of her Guernsey Hardware Co. Jack Dillon, Billy Rhodes. -
sister, Mrs. S. Y. Way, at 3 o'clock Shoe race by Odd Fellows; prize, $1 House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price

Wednesday afternoon in honor of Pullman hair brush, Estes Drug Co.;

Miss Augusta Wright. I'J2nd' prize, 3 months subscription to 10 cents 5 cents $4500.00. A bargain. J
I Daily Sentinel; 3rd prize, pineapple
The Auctioneers Bridge Club has jj orange tree, by W. II. Brokaw. JI
adjourned for the summer. It will 1J II Everybody invited to come and enjoy Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
reorganize in October and will not t the day. Basket picnic at noon. 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 1

From Summers' Heat ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down, 1

$10.00 a month until paid for. Six per

cent deferred i
on payments.

BUY HOSE AND USE IT 1

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Cotton Covered, Red, Black Rubber, also Wire Real Estate j


Bound Hose. Lawn Sprinklers of all kinds I RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE 0]


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Lake Site I I WANTED of good celery TO EXCHANGE and lettuce 9 uncultivated acres- J.-Lim her, I4tl1. ilid S]1.i"l1.gles

SENTINEL land, valued at $450, for second
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hand 5 passenger Ford car. Address
I E. S., care Sentinel. 4 4-25-Ct

WANTS I W.-\XTED-Position by young lady ra
stenographer, with six years prac- "
tical experience. Best of references.
Two ; "X. Y. 0." care Setinel. 4-25-3t*
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I The Morning Sentinel Want FOR EXCHANGE Buick car, with
Directory is the Greatest Want new magneto, for Orange county lO RLAiND I () .
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. grove land. Max Isen, 601 W. Church
street. 4-25-3t*
Terms Cash in Advance. -

136 acres with beautiful fron- ALL THIS WEEK
RATES Special prices ladies' hose table
two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________2ot; linen, large line of on corsets that: Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on we are Royal Agatite
For Three Days ____________SOc closing out, ladies' dresses ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c assortment of ladies' waists; special 50c. ----- -- ---
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For One Month __________-_ 2.5o Siemens' Millinery and Dry Goods
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of Store. -1 2::-:tc r.
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate Kodak
left
finishing Robinson'sStudio
will be one cent per word for will be ready at at 5 o'clock the
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each insertion -

If you. can't bring your ad i tothe next day. 3-3-tf NATIONAl: GAS RANGE %WffK
TRACY
See E. B. Bradley Quick. office telephone No. 24. Ac- & MUORK of, CARPENTERSHouse
repairs all kinds done
will be
counts opened by telephone .
payable the following day. promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty;
Every Home-Every Business- sleeping porches, counters, shelving, THE BIRTHDAY OF THE .
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a garages, office fixtures; window and
: door frames made to order. Get our
Sentinel Want Ad.
nrices. 18 East Church street. /
Wvtklns Block PHONE 504 postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo First Gas Range

FOR SALE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, 6 chairs, PARDON=
:3 rockers, 1 dresser, 1 washstand, 1 Notice is hereby given that Louis
can buy foundation kitchen safe, 1 table, 1 machine, 1 3- Kilgore, who was at the November Fifty-one years ago the first gas range cooked its first meal.It .
burner oil stove, all good as new. term of Criminal Court of Record.
stone building blocks, side- WXYZ" care Sentinel. 4-27-31. Orange County, Florida, 1914. con- didn't look much like the wonderful new gas ranges of 1915.It .
walk tile, or anything in my victed of the offense of carnal intercourse -
was clumsy-imperfect-but even at that it quickly provedits
with
unmarried
line at reduced. Call around FOR RENT-Larpre, cool, well fur- female under
and let me surprise you on nished Lake Lucerne rooms at the Windermere convenience, November 18 years of, 1914 age,, and sentenced on the by 15th said of superiority over other ways of cooking. .

prices. on ; every ; court, will apply to the Board of Pardons .
terms moderate. 4-25-3tc at Tallahassee, Florida. for a This week is being celebrated all over the country: as Na-
F. D. GORE
pardon of such conviction at its next
FOR SALE-1,100 blooded pigeons, regular meeting. tional GAS RANGE WEEK, in honor of this father of all gas
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 75 chickens, 10 acres fine land (un- LOUIS KILGORE.
cleared), 1 horse, 2 wagons, 2 sets 4-21-10tc ranges. In honor of the greatest househould help of modern
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH_ harness tools, netting, etc. Bargainfor
$1,750 cash. Established market times.
for squabs. :M-l: care Sentinel. JUST RECEIVED

BARGAIN in Ford--touring-- car. See New Black line velvet of hats.ribbon in all widths. The spirit of the week is co.operation---mutual helpfulness

Frank Hyers at stone yard, 103 W. New wreaths and new flowers.
Livingston avenue. 4-25-3tc Slemmons' Millinery and Dry Goods between you and ourselves.
Store. .1 25-3tc
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
FOR SALE-A fine Jersey milk cow. Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or not we I
Office corner Orange Avenue and 42 Lake View avenue. 4-24-3t* BUYERS AND SELLERSI

Church St., Davis & McNeil Bid-. FOR SALE-Ford touring 1912 buy, sell rent, and exchange real want to show you the wondeeful improvements that have been '
car
Phone 419.Great. cash.model W., in II.fine Palmer condition., 102 Price South$275 Or- over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, made in gas ranges in the last few years-.:.changes that make it I '

20.000,000. Call and see me.
ange avenue. 4-24-St lO-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. more than ever the ideal stove for home cooking. It will only

ReductionSale FOR SALE-One] good Jersey cow, I take few minutes of time and we know you'll find it
just fresh; one good brood mare, a your ,
nine years old, perfectly gentle, will Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
work anywhere. J. W Childers, interesting.
Ocoee, Fla. 4-23-6t* -
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FOR SALE-A good A-l horse. For 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
particulars call at 104 Garland St.

Jams, Jelliesand 4-22-6t O'Neals. ....,. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-What have
you that you are not married to? PHONE 646
I have a new 7 room house, modernin GAS DEPARTMENT
every respect, in good location. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
Nice young ten acre grove at Conway
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one-half mile from brick road. Will FIRST CLASS REPAIRIKG. _n .
Canned Fruits sell or trade one or both. Now's the I
time. Don't wait until too late. If BARNARD & SON
you don't believe this call and see; or
address C. E. P., Orlando, Fla.. Route 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla. JON ES GOfS jusnm J U
We have more than we desire to No. 1, Box 43. 4-22-6t. 12-10-iiu E EMy

carry in stock, so we are going to give ONLY $1,000BEFORE ,

them away at cost price. FOR SALE-Two good milk cows;
prices reasonable. See J. C. John-
Sale will last all this week. son, Formosa. 4-21-6t* Cut Flowers
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FOR SALE-Garage, fully equipped, bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

plenty of work. If you are a me- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
chanic this is :your opportunity,small and Plants
CARUTHERS & GORE amount capital required. Address MAY 5thbuys same time it always has.
Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf ,

New FOR SALE-Choice cult roses and Floral TIME TABLE
Modern
Designs
Grocery bushes. Mrs. Kate -Ronspn, Bartholomew .
4-16-2w* Place, Colonial Drive. the 2 corner lots east of Bas Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, Toe Jeweler.

my residence;sidewalks, nice
Phone 200
t FOR SALEA +
clean, nice cash business for a fence, oaks and palms. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
t 6 and 8 East Pine St. hustler, on easy terms; requires only Read Down Read U.
.violet Dell mist
small cash payment, balance to suit e
t 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. Worth $1500 or more. !A.\1.A.l\1.: : P. M. :A.l\L P. !\1. P. 1\1.

Reason for low price is that Orlando .
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6:30,10.15 3:00 19.30 1.301 6.00
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story J. M.\ CARUTHERS Ocoee ,
purchaser must agree to 7:30,11.15 4:00: 8.3C
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cottage, seven rooms and bath 12.301 5-00
OrlandoWashington 0 modern conveniences, roomy porches, build. I Winter Garden : 7:45 I :3c 4 30 8.15 12. (5 4.45
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
Phone 509. 403 South Lake St. Oakland : 8oo-
: 8.
2-23-tf I 4:3c: oo-- 4.30

I 1h FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Terms if desired. j -- --- u__ __ ___ __ __

and tools best farm in county; va-
f Dr. S. S.
DRAWING ROOM riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Jones
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
; Sleeping Car er.BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- CHIROPRACTOR CAREY HANDFUNERAL

graduate Davenport College, 17 and
I I 18 Yowell-Duckworth
building; phone
t First Car March] FOR RENT 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
on 16 being restored to health by chiropractic DR. A. J. TAYLORPHONE DIRECTORAND
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five adjustments, the new scienceof
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. removing the of
cause disease.: Ex- I EMBALMERAll
VIA
amination free. 12- 4-1mo
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- 696
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. I
Atlantic Coast Line I Yancey. 3-28-tfc -
I Under :\Management I 905 East Central AvenueDON'T
For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing calls answered
Standard Railroad of the South go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf Promptly Dayor

Open for Passengers af 9' P, M.I FOR RENT-Three room flats furnished Smyth HouseCorner I ----- Night. Hand Block. .

I or unfurnished; low rates to I
Tuesdays, Thursdaysand i i permanents; close in; vacancies in Main and Jefferson Sts. I Orlando
j two houses; all improvements. See Florida.
Saturdays I,owner 3-30-1mo, 301* East Livingston avenue. One Block from Court House WORRYIf ,

I FURNISHED IWOJISXU PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
.eavingOrlando on Train 82,, i i' An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free BOARD
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri-j I at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf Rates by Day or Week. Summer i

days and Saturdays.For PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Chair Rates Now On. you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets : Car party to Washingtoa and New MRS. J. II. McCAMY getting a new Eas-

call on A. JC. U Local Ticket I the York Atlantic, Wednesday Coast night Line., April Rat 28..tel 17.00. : I ter Suit,we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try I

Agent. See C. F. Bieler, 820 West Central I old one in good condi- '
avenue. Get your identification rards : our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
from city ticket tion for just such occas-
gent or depot ticket
agent. 4-lS-tf CLINT BASS ions. Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers

I i at
i WANTED PHONE 375 I

j WANTED-$20 to $35 per month West Jefferson Street( ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
I extra money to any employed person Finley's PioneerJust
i without interfering with regular Successor?to Dry Cleaning
i work. No selling, no canvassing, positively -
j no investment. Unemployed Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
DR. L H. RAMSDELu i need not apply. Address. The Silver Company Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
OPTOMETRIST! j :Mirror: Co.. Inc., 123 W. Madison SU Wood of
All Kinds streets.
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE Chicago, 111. 4-23-4t*
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FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES i WILL PAY CASH for Ford touring PROMPT SERVICE Umbrellas recovered and repaired Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.r .
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AND DO ALL KINDS OF -" Address Box 693.423.3t' REASONABLE PRICES ,
I "while you wait, at Young's Repair
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:, the principal address. The Stone yesterday that his experience in the I both organizations are working on the amendment and not as to the private SEX. BRYAN MAKES DEFENSE
UNVEIL MONUMENT TO i Mountain granite was employed.; The ; legislature of some years he found I amendment. position of the member of the committee OF HIS PRIMARY LAW
i i memorial's height is fifty feet. The The on the question contained in
that there were occasions where a president of the Florida Equal
I| shaft itself is thirty feet tall by three I the amendment. This thought we Tallahassee Fla.-Speaking to a
HEROES OF REVOLUTION member had to make a motion that Franchise League presided over the ,
feet wide, and is of solid monolith.The i, !hope is now taking effect and the policy joint assemblage of the house and
the committee be required to report a of the I
amendment before the
j I hearing
monument is thirty feet wide at of patient waiting will show the ,
its base. bill, as bills were sometimes "hung i j I house committee of nine members. j j|r result. i senate last night in the house. Sena-
General Stewart was a youngster i up in committee" as the legislators Short talks were made by the presi- I tor Nathan P. Bryan vigorously defended -
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term it. -The house of representativeshave 'ent of this league by Dr. Mary Saf- his law at-
during the revolution, but enlisted in SUBSTITUTE WILL BE OFFERED !! primary against
a rule this year never before ford of Orlando, president of the
has suffered since its
Savannah, Ga., April 26.-The mon- I the cause of liberty. He was cap !tacks which it
FOR TilE WELLS ANTIBUZZARD
ument erected by the national govern- tured by the British but made his escape -I used, that an unfavorable report froma State Suffrage Association .the Flor- first test last June. As author of the
I committee lies on the table for three ida Equal Franchise League being I I BILL !i iI law the Senator
ment in old Midway cemetery, in Lib- from aman-of-war at night by present primary
days if the man putting in the bill also a state association), Mrs.
erty county, to the memories of Gen- i I swimming ashore. lIe was breveted a I by I I urged: that the legislature tamper .
does not during those three days William II. Dial Madison, chairman I I Tallahassee. Fla.-The senate further than
eral Daniel Stewart and General j general by the Georgia legislature. \ ; committee ;with it no to adopt
move that it be put on the calendar, it I of the legislate committee of the health will offer before
which he
James Screven, Revolutionary heroes, : General Screven at the age of thir- on public a |amendments suggested -
was unveiled with elaborate ceremo- ty-two, fell at the battle of Sunbury, is dead. This rule may work a great league, and by Miss Kehoe of Pensa- substitute measure for the Wells :, the committee and which do not
nies today, Southern Memorial day. "la short distance from Midway. He hardship, for the member presentingthe cola a member of the legislative committee anti-buzzard bill. Much fun has been | materially affect the statute. Repretentative -
bill may be ill or absent and upon of the association. lion. John at the buzzard in both I II II of introduced
Troops from Fort Screven took part. J was lured into an ambush while upon poked measure Cash Taylor Friday -
I a reconnoitering expedition and was returning finds his bill, the work of Jay Paul Watertown, who present-I I I houses though it has not yet reached a bill providing: for several
Thirteen young women, all direct i pierced by eleven, bullets. The Brit- careful preparation and endorsement, ed the bill, also !;spoke asking the en- !:the floor .f the house. The commit-I amendments and these Senator Bryan
descendants of Generals Stewart and j, ish captured and fired the house in out of the house. However, this was dorsement of the amendment, the jus- I tee substitute for the Wells bill is ex-I appealed to the legislature to adopt.
Screven, were selected to representthe i II which he law dying. I not the case with the amendment for tice and the value of the measure be- pected to meet the approval of
thirteen original states at the un Theodore Roosevelt and President equal citizenship. or suffrage for wo ing very evident to him. The entire legislators who disapproved of the I II WILL LIFT QUARANTINE
veiling. They were dressed in white, I I men. A motion was made, and the committee "hearing was finished in I original
Wilson both have ancestors buried at measure.
and stood on either side of the monu- :, Midway. The former is a member of j'j'I I bill is on the calendar. It is now I forty minutes and the chairman of Among those opposing, rather desiring Washington, D. C.-Continued success -
ment as it was unveiled. Two of I the Stewart-Screven monument com- only a question as to when it will be the delegation <(myself< ) said she I that the buzzard be unmolested in stamping out the foot and
them, those nearest of kin to the two mission. i considered and by the advice of prominent hoped the committee of men having is Uncle Sam. One of the department mouth disease will permit further re-
heroes in whose honor the monumentwas I I men in both house and senate, hearings before this committee would chiefs has written to each mem- laxations in the federal quarantine
erected, pulled the strings which I SUFFRAGE AT TALLAHASSEE the ladies are using the policy of do as well in economy of time. A I ber of the legislature attempting to effective April 26. The agricultural
revealed the memorial. I II President: Wilson in patient waiting. member of the house committee, who show that the bird is by no means the department today announced further
Miss Eliza Maxwell Stevens, of I Also it is misleading that there is did not vote for the amendment afterward -j I disease spreading agency it is pic- modifications in Virginia, Illinois,
Dorchester, great-great-grand- II Florence :Murpjh Cooley, in The
a i By I any strife for prestige among the ladies told the two representativesof |tured. Iowa Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio
daughter of General Stewart, and !! State I working for the bill. The Florida the league that no matter pre- i I Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wis-
Miss Mary Helen Quarterman, of Savannah -!I The amendment at Tallahassee Franchise is three
suffrage I Equal League sented to the committee on constitu- II I All round money gutters--want ads. consin.:;
a greatgreatgreatgrandter is by no means in the position I years old, and has done so much suf- tional amendments was better presented -
of General Screven were the spon- that some of the daily papers would I frage work and is so well known in than the suffrage amendment.Dr. I --
sors in chief. :Miss Evelyn Harris have the public think indeed it is in I Florida and in the National American I Safford, president of the association -i .
Firard Miss Alice Hart Young, Miss good shape. It is nothing to the Woman's Suffrage Association
very conducted the hearing before I Why don't you call and let us quote you our low
Hattie Gignilliat, Miss Gladys Cas- discredit of the bill that the committee ;|1 that no effort is necessary for pres: the senate committee on amendments,
sels and Miss lola Norman of Savannah dod not recommend it, the vote of ::tige. The Florida State Suffrage Association the committee took a deep interest in I
; Miss Josephine Law, and the committee on constitutional I! with headquarters at Or- the hearing, asked a number of ques- 1 Summer Rates at theFm.plre
Miss Van Evreen Green of Dorchester amendments was four for and five lando, has done excellent work in that tions, but has not jet reported. Sen- I
; Miss Marie Way, of Flemington; against the bill. This was hardly a j! part of the state and has lined up the ator Calkins of Xassau, who is a suffragist -
:Miss Mary Miller and Miss Mary Frazier verdict "almost unanimously against"it ,suffrage work so efficiently and persistently and also a member of the I : Hotel
of Hinesville, and Miss May Kel- as one of the state papers put i carried on at Pensacola by senate committee, said in conversa- I

ly, of Jacksonville.As forth. Many bills come out of com- i the late editor of the Pensacola Journal tion with the writer, that in his opinion Lunch Room added,
with the
The Dining Room Quick
personal representative of Pres- mittee without recommendation, and I the lamented Mr. Mayes. Thereis the question to be settled by the I
ident Wilson, Henry S. Breckenridge only the new members are nervous absolutely no difference of opinion committee on constitutional amend- makes it the cheapest nicest place in the city to live.
assistant secretary of war was press about such a verdict. j I j: about the constituional amendment ments was as to whether the matter I
ent as the guest of honor and made Governor Trammell told the writer or the manner of presenting it, and I submitted was a proper constitutional I I

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\WATCH A fOR RfMINGTON CREATIONS --Some FineEEAL



ESTATE OFFERINGS

Power, Speed, Silence _and Convenience ,


. of Operation






Remington 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.
Ouality y Refinment


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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. -

Large Apartment House well located 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, Hot el completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage a
$7,000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.
THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATION


In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situation'AREMINGTONlends Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
rents for $2,604.00 per year. Price $25OOO.OO.Iortgage $11,500.00.Vant 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. -

.- the Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.
;il.C. ; occupants. ,

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

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


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

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

Or PINE CASTLE REALTY COMPANYPine


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 PERSONALMiss


Bettie Fudge and Miss Roberta .
Branch left yesterday for Palatka .SOLIDr:.r' ;"'" .Y' .f"1-';''' .1. .: -" .' '\l. !

where they will visit friends for several AS A : '- .t--!,..,. ;.;'., :-< .>\:. '
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days. .. --g. ::
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nye and daughter -- -- "V.'-- -!'
of Keene, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs.L. / 1
D. Brewster, of Lake Placid, N. Y., : : _

\i;il] depart today for their homes. ,

@, Mr. A. II. Fuller, the merchant ... .. .....- ..r: ,A.z-...-.---\..=. .' -. .-.-- ..-..... -",.:\"":"..." *\"- 4
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prince of Altamonte -
Springs was .
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among the business transactors in 'i \ '" : 3 .,:\.f.(
Orlando o i
yesterday. !.!.;" __ -_ ... .. .. ..
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Elsewhere in this issue will be I. ,,- ,;
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found the new schedule of the arrival ;_;! &. 'Q --
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A BANK FOR ALL THE i I over the Atlantic Coast Line. ,{
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FAMILY: Miss May Peacock, \\ho has spent ;;.z \\'.

the season in Orlando, left yesterdayfor ,,,- t'\'\ ... "' ._',, _
The boy or girl, young her home in Albany, Ga., to the 9\ w- -"-a ...; -.------
man, business woman and regret of many friends.Mr. .. _,.. 0-. ---- --
: housewife will all find this ...,.. _. { .""2 .0-: ;....

I Bank useful from their own J. R. Davis, the popular sales .If'7
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II particular point of view. The man for the famous Lucerne Circle }Y ::?: ::
broad and efficient service cigar, has just returned from a very L'u, -=.-
meets the requirements of all successful business trip to the Car- -\-= .- .-.--." .
classes and covers every olinas.
EVERY NATIONAL BANK IS MEMBER OF THE
banking need as applied to
both. Col. Carey D. Landis, one of the "FEDERAL RESERVE" SYSTEM WHICH IS THE BEST

Savings Accounts and Check- state's distinguished and successful BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
attorneys, is in the city today from
ing Accounts THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION
DeLand looking after professionaland
private matters. DOLLARS OF GOLD INTO THIS SYSTEM AND UPONTHIS .
THE STATE BANK OF GOLD IS ISSUED CURRENCY.
t.
ORLANDO Messrs. Herbert and Howard Ly- NATIONAL BANK IS UNDER THE 'STRICT SUPER-
man, popular and substantial citizensof
VISION OF THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WHICH t.
Forest City, made a flying trip to .
: Orlando yesterday in their new Max- IS GUARANTEE OF CONSERVATIVE AND PROPER BANK


i1rj[ ] 1m]] well Mrs.car.R. C. Keefer, who. has been ING.

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The Peoples National Bank

E. C. Bence, 406 East Pine street,
left Sunday night for her home in "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
Jacksonville.

Messrs. A. C. Starbird, of Apopka,
-- -- -- -- and E. A. Thomas, of this city, were
business visitors to Sanford yester
day. Mr. Starbird has recently returned -

from a trip to Norfolk, Va.,
II _and Atlanta, Ga. .1111..1111 II etllill IMMIMMMiMiiMMMIMIMinilitllllilMMIlim '

Mr. J. II. Null, who has enjoyed
every winter in this section for the
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last fourteen years, left yesterday:
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line

for Marion, Ind., where he will remain

I until fall. RUSSIAN WHITE OILA

The Cathedral school basket ball
team is making arrangements for the

game with the Umatilla team, which
$ will be played in the Armory, Friday

evening, April 30. Make a note of perfect lubricant with absolutely i
the date and take in the game.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bowers, of carbon. '
no
0 Pittsburg, Pa., were among the arriv-
als in Orlando yesterday. They have
beein visiting points of interest in the

I d southern part of the state, and will THINK WHAT THAT MEANS
leave here this morning for a visit to

Daytona and St. Augustine.Mrs. .

0 Florence E. Lovell, who has

d been spending the season in Orlando,
left yesterday afternoon over the At-

.; lantic Coast Line for Geneva, N. Y., .

"White.....Beauty'AIP..d ..y.....i_ = where she will spend the summer.
She has many friends here who joinin
the wish that she may have a
Hoosier Kitchen CabinetSaves pleasant visit and a safe return.
I San Juan Garage Company \

After a most delightful season

Saves miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash, spent with her sister, Mrs. W. C.
$1.00 week. Sherman, at her home, 810 South 11111'11 1111111111'11111'1'111111'1111'11111111'11'1"lllltlllll.ll ltt.I.II I ,
Main street, Mrs. J. B. Blair will leave
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Hoosier White Beauty is now on Display. Let us this morning over the Atlantic Coast -- -- ----

show you the special features for Florida. Line for Randolph, Mass., where she
will spend the summer. Mrs. Blair r.-

has many friends here who hope to
I OSCAR HAND & SONSole see her again next season.
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Joseph II. Dawson, of Orlando, the I '
Agents for Orange County I well known hardware salesman, was I -
in Daytona last week attending the
conclave of the Grand Commandery,
f.. I Knights Templar of Florida, and was LESSONS OF CHILDHOOD i I ,, : .
I honored by that body in the electionto t

11111111111111111111 II 1. . II . tt . II III !.I the office of eminent grand captainof When early taught, children generally con- Y '_'.
the guard. Mr. Dawson was accompanied .
r.F I by: his wife and they were tinue to be thrifty and provident through e. s '. .;-

i GIFTS FOR GRADUATES ( guests while here at City hotel. Mr. Youth, Maturity and Old Age. '' ; .
and Mrs. Dawson left Thursday for 4t1.

Jacksonville where they expect to This institution recommends the Savings i .
c r spend a day or two with friends be-
fore returning to Orlando. Daytona Account as the easiest means of teaching
Whether It Is Brooch, Bar Pin, Gazette-News. .
children to save. Children quickly take
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Pendantor ADDITIONAL SOCIETY NOTES I pride in their own personal accounts and ;,; = ;

The Ladies' Aid Society of the i easily develop the ability to regularly add
other piece of jewelry want, can the best
you you get Presbyterian church will hold a "sit them. _
value for your money by coming to us. around" today, Tuesday, April 27. to $
I
We specialize in of Lunch will be served at noon. A bus-
the
pieces better class-fine 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts.
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof iness meeting will be called promptly I
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly at 2 p. m. Election of officers. All
low. We also offer you choice selections and the ladies are urged to be present.
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best service.
Miss Mattie Nelson will be the
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it guest of honor Wednesday, when Mrs.
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to theweare'r. Joe Bumby, Jr., entertains the Young



: Thursday Suffrage Matrons On account Card tea to Friday.has of Club.0 conflicting been- changed dates from the Orlaildo n Bank & Trust t C CoMpany 'I



T. H. EVANS -- i!
i :Mrs.: James I. Thornton will enter-
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tain this evening for her house guest, I ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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Miss Eda Brewer, of Winter Park, I II i

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