The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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London Says Canadians Were But Constantinople Declares ?
L. Victims of Poisonous Little Progress Was Made

! Gases and Not of OPPOSITION SHOWNTO -Heavy Bombardment LIENS FROM ONE TO

E Bullets- TRAVELINGBut While LandingParis FIVE-YEARSNewton's Of U. S S. IN 19.04

Committee Inspected Pris-
Paris, April .-According to the April 27.-It is officially an- Bill Providing Collection -

Paris Temps, Italy is insisting in the ons-Davis Bill Attackedand nounced that heavy forces of the allied of Taxes at Oakland -

negotiations now pending that Ger- Defended Before troops have been landed on both Was Also Passed BiefBulletins I BECAUSE FRICK AND PERKINS -

many must undertake to relinquish Crowded House banks of the Dardanelles. The first YesterdayBy HAD CONTRIBUTED

. all her territorial claims on Belgium French forces landed at Kumkelesi,
Ticked Off Wire TO CAMPAIGNDelves
and Poland as a part of the price for Ion the Asiatic side, Sunday. There
Tallahassee, Fla., April 27.-Although -
Italy's neutrality. This being the has been fierce fighting in which the C. F. Johnson
the house went on record in At Late Hour
case Austro-German negotiationswith allied ships took part. Tallahassee, Fla., April 27.-Representative PROSECUTION IS UNRELENTING
the early days of the session as op-
Italy are bound to break down.* The operation was successful and S. S. Griffin tonight suc-
posing the sending of committees on
The Rome correspondent of the Temps the general debarkation of the allied ceeded in passing in the house the bill
traveling inspection trips, one com- Into Record of Roosevelt
to extend the time of liens taken SPAIN HOPES TO GET GIBRALTAR -
quotes a prominent politician as say- forces is now said to be proceeding on
mittee has been on the road, com-
. FROM ENGLAND President and Governor
ing: under favorable conditions. property in Orlando for public im- as

. "We can not agree to remain abso- pleted its inspection and returned to provements from one year to five Paris, April 27.-Public men of -:More Platt Letters
a report--and the session is
lutely neutral unless Germany and prepare Constantinople Contradictory Report years. This is relief preventing fore- Spain are discussing the possibility of Read
not yet four weeks old. The special '
" Austria not only accept our territo- Constantinople, via Amsterdam, II closure on improvement liens in one that country realizing its territorial
joint committee of the house and sen-
rial claims, but also undertake to not April 27.-The following official state- year as now is possible.Representath"e aspirations in view of the probable
ate sent to Raiford, Bradford county, reconstruction of Europe after the Syracuse, N. Y., April 27.Towards .
suppress or oppress any free nation. ment has been issued by the Turkishwar Newton's bill providing -
and to Marion county to inspect the the close of Roosevelt's sixth day on
Senator Axcarate first vice-
This aspect of Italy's case has never office: for assessment and collectionof war. ,
f state prison farm and the leased prison the stand in the Barnes libel suit
of the chamber of
yet been stated." "The enemy troops landed near taxes at Oakland, and a bill ex- president deputies,
farm, located in Bradford and Marion against him, Attorneys Williams and
in address which has aroused wide
Kum Kale (Kum Kalesi) and attempted tending the limits of Winter Garden an
, respectively, has returned. The declared his should Ivins, for Barnes, began to rake the
Canadians Victims of Gas to advance under the protection of were also passed. country
committee comprised Senator Lind- record of Ex-President Roosevelt as
London, April .-The war office the warsihps. Our troops, although take advantage of the present oppor-
say, as chairman, and Representatives relentlessly as the record of Ex-Gov-
/ tonight in its statement says: "Many- heavily bombarded on all .sides, suc- Long Liquor Session tunity to complete the integrity of its
Milliner and Hancock. ernor Roosevelt had been overhauledthe
Canadians who were killed in the cessfully repulsed the attacks of the Tallahassee, Fla.-The joint tem- territory by obtaining the cession of

fighting north of Ypres, fell victimsto I enemy and pushed them back towardsthe perance committee of the house and Gibraltar from England. day before.
Davis Package Bill Attacked and De- The first letter introduced was one
poisonous gases, not bullets." const the enemy losing 400 killed senate Monday night had a public "We could exchange Ceuta (a seacoast -
, fended Before Crowded House that Roosevelt
showing as president,
Enos Main Base for Allies and 200 prisoners. Our losses were hearing on the Davis package liquorbill town inIoro<"co, seventeen
Tallahassee, Fla., April 27.-Before had approved of Barnes' course in the
miles southeast of Gibraltar for Gi-
London, April 27.-A dispatch from insignificant. lasting three hours. The house )
a house packed to overflowing the race track bills a course which succeeded -
braltar Senor Azcarate said "and
Mitylene the bombardment of chamber was packed with members
committees of the senate and the I in defeating them at the
regular -
the Dardanelles forts is proceeding Paris Statement of the legislature and spectators, in that way England would continue

favorably to the allies. The Turkish house on temperance listened to ar- Paris, April 27.-The following offi- when N. C. Bryan, representativefrom !to dominate the straits, the thorn of session.On .
guments pro and con on the Davis his answer to the complaint,
forts on the Asiatic side, near Smyrna cial statement was issued tonight: Osceola county and chairman of Gibraltar would be removed from our
package bill. The liquor forces asked I Mr. Roosevelt sets forth specificallythat
also are being bombarded. Fierce "North of Ypres our progress, as the house temperance committee, flesh and the bonds of friendship

fighting is progressing between the for the recommitment of the measureto well as that of the British army, con- called the meeting to order and intro- binding us to England would be made the Barnes action on the race
give them a chance to be heard, I track bills was one thing of which he
t. Turks and the allies' troops landed on tinues. We made numerous prison.. duced the first speaker, exSenatorDon closer.
and for an hour and a half last night did not emphatically.Next .
Gallipoli peninsula.The ers, and captured material, including C. :Mullen.: I approve
Robert McNamee, of Jacksonville, argued Attorney Ivins reminded the
city of Enos, north of the gulf mortars and machine guns. METHODISTS PLAN TO RAISE
against the adoption of strin- witness that II. C. Frick"
and GeorgeW.
.. of Saros, has been made the main "On the front comprising Les Epar- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS I $10,000,000 FOR MINISTERS'PENSIONS
gent regulation bill by this assembly.Don Perkins, of the United States Steel
base of the allies. The Turkish garrison ges;: St. Remy, zTnd Colonna trenches, i

there retired to the interior with- McMullen, of Tampa; Judge the German attack has been completely National League I Chica .-Plans to raise $10,000- Corporation, had 'contributed to his
Penney, of Volusia, and President C. in 1904.
presidential campaign
out firing a shot. driven back. At one point an New York 5, Boston 1. i 000 to provide pensions for. retired
E. Davis, of the senate, author of the Attorney Ivins secured the admis-
The allies landed three hundred officer counted more than a thousand Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 2. i Methodist ministers, their widows and
measure, spoke in behalf of it for halfan sion of
Roosevelt that while Presi-
thousand troops,' mostly veterans, un- dead. We have passed to the offen- Cincinnati 0, Chicago 6. orphans, were outlined at a national
hour each, both sides being allowed dent he never instructed his
der a terrific shelling by the warships. sive and are making progress. St. Louis 3, Pittsburg 0. convention of bishops and conference attorney

Mine sweepers entered the straits, equal time.Governor. "At Hartmann's Weiler Kopf, after American League representatives of the Methodist general to prosecute that corporation.

clearing away the Turkish mines. Trammell expected todayto reaching the summit, we advancedsome Boston 0, New York 2. Episcopal church which opened here After that the crossexaminationwent
send to the senate an order can- into the matter of the Tennessee
Three hundred thousand Turkish 200 meters down the slopes." Washington 2, Philadelphia 1. today.
ceiling the commissions to Sheriffs Coal and Iron whose
troops are assembled on the Gallipoli Detroit 3, St. Louis 2. I company purchase -

peninsula. They are commanded by Spencer and Baker, of Hillsboroughand MAY RETURN AND BUILD BUNGALOW Chicago 7, Cleveland 4. GERMAN FLEET TO THREATEN by the Steel Corporation was
. Palm Beach counties, respectively. authorized the
by president. Again
I German officers. Reinforcements for Federal League 'I

both Portland, Ore.-A German fleet the witness admitted that no action
sides are on the way. Brooklyn 6, Baltimore 7. is
A number of important measures under the Sherman law had been set
A Petrograd dispatch says Turkish Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Clark and Newark 8, Buffalo 14. headed for the Atlantic Coast of Can-
forts only fifteen miles from Constan- calendars may reached shortly.on house and senate daughter, Miss Ella, who have beenin Pittsburg 2, St. Louis 5. ada to bombard important cities and on feet as a result of this alleged' violation -

tinople were bombarded by the Rus- Florida since early in the fall, were Chicago 6, Kansas City 7. fortifications there, according to a of that statute. 1

sian Black sea fleet Sunday. Several COUNCIL ORDERED among the New Yorkers leaving Or Southern League letter received by Captain Carl The early part of the day was de-

forts are believed to have been badly ON JACKSON STREETThe SIDEWALKS lando yesterday afternoon. They go Atlanta Mobile 1. Brauck, master of the German'bark voted to the reading of more of the

damaged. Turkish warships in the from here to Daytona, thence to St. Birmingham 8, New Orleans 4. Dalbek, interned here since July 23, platt-Roosevelt correspondence and

straits retired before a rain of shells. city council met yesterday and Augustine, and on to their home i in Nashville 4, Little Rock 2. from a friend who is a deck officer of also exchanged.letters Roosevelt and Barnes had '

British authorities today permittedthe considered routine business. A peti Albany, N. Y. Mr. Clark said that he Chattanooga 10, Memphis 9. the German navy.

steamer Noordam, with American tion was received from and his family liked this city very South Atlantic League -

delegates to The Hague peace confer- ers on Jackson street property between Lake own much and that if he could arrange Charleston 4, Augusta 2. I MAY BE CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS I ROSS LAKE TOURING PARTY i

ence aboard, to proceed to Rotterdam. and Osceola streets who desired an his business would return here and Columbus' 4, Albany 3. I WILL LEAVE TODAY FOR j

German attacks were definitely electric light at the corner of East I build a pretty bungalow. Savannah 7, Columbia C. Tallahassee Fla.-Assistant Attor- TilE NORTH j j

checked three miles from Ypres, saysa Macon 4, Jacksonville 0. ,ney General' J. O. Andrews may be a
Jackson and Osceola
Paris dispatch. The nearer approaches streets, that I 'J. Emmett Wilson, who on last Sun- Today will usher out another large i
Jackson street be graded between WIFE OF STAR PITCHER LEAVES
are strongly held by the al day morning announced his intentionof party of Orlando's popular winter
West Lake street and Osceola street, FOR NORTH HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCE 1
lies. The German attempt to drive a not making the race for re-elec- residents, when the Seaboard AirLine I t
and that sidewalks be built between Mrs. Bert Humphries and two children FOR WINTER: PARK
wedge between the French and Brit- tion in the coming primary. pulls out this morning. There ,
said streets on the north side of who have spent the last six
ish by a furious onslaught utterly I will be thirty-odd in the party and 1
Jackson street. The council ordered months at their home near Orlando II. W. Caldwell will build a handsome -
failed. A news dispatch estimatesthe PREMIER PLACE TO FLORIDA their car will be in charge of :Mr.
that the sidewalks be put in, and deferred left yesterday afternoon over the At i home at Winter Park overlook-
Germans killed alone at ten thou- I Washington, D. C.-The United James M. Ross. They will be greatly
action on the other proposi lantic Coast Line for California, Pa., i ing Lake Osceola. It will be part
sand. The French have taken Het- States geological survey issued a bulletin missed by many friends and their re- j i
tions. where they will spend the summer. ,I stucco and part frame. The contract
Sas, a Ypres canal town. The allies i today giving the premier placein turn in the fall eagerly awaited. d
:Mrs. Humphries is the wife of one of I is to be let next week. M. S. King
advanced near St. Julian. The French phosphate rock production in 1914 Some of those in the party are:
NEW ENGLANDERS DEPART FOR the star pitchers on the Chicago Cubs, J I is the architect.
recaptured the town of Lizerne, on HOMES and he and his wife spend the vacation ,. to Florida. Dr. and Mrs. Bradner, :Mr.: Harry W.Lake .

the west bank of the Ypres canal, I Mr. James McNeil, :Mrs.: Bryan
period their
after four days' hard fighting. It is on orange grove. j I I CONTRACT HAS BEE* AWARDED SEPARATE TRIAL IS DENIED TO Miss Shoe, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. TaM- -
Quite of New
a party England
reported that the Kaiser reached the {! T. II. Thompson will erect a handsome LORIMER man, Mrs. McCulIoch and daughter ,
folks who have been spending the BROWN WILL ATTEND ,
G. A. R.
Flanders front late yesterday. 1 new residence on South Main Chicago 111.-Former United States Miss Davis, Mrs. H. Lake and daughter i
winter in Orlando left
yesterday ENCAMPMENT
street. The contract has been awarded Senator William Lorimer was denieda Mr. J.1.. Ross and wife, Miss i
Atlantic Coast Line for Sanford Mr. and Mrs. J.
Brown of ManChester j to J. G. Manuel and work has already separate trial and his co-defendants Mary Pritchard, Martin Shodley, J. j
ODD FELLOWS WILL CELEBRATE where they embarked in the Cl"deLine N. II., who have roundedout
started. It will have seven indicted with him in connection with M. Ross, and others. '1
TODAY steamer for Jacksonville, thence their fifth
season Orlando left
two bath the failure
rooms rooms and a hot air of the LaSalle Street
The Odd Fellows and their friends over the Seaboard Air Line for New yesterday afternoon for the Northwhere
furnace. It will cost $5,000. :M.: S. Trust and Savings Bank of which he Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Eaton, who
will celebrate their York. Among them were Mr. and they will the
anniversary todayat spend heated'
'King is the architect. was president, were granted changesof have been spending the winter at 201 :
the Fair Grounds with an all day Mrs. L. Jansen, Concord, N. H.; Mr. term. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have recently
venue here today in the superior West Central avenue, left yesterdayfor
The of and Mrs. Drewry Howard and daugh- moved to their
sports program. program pretty bungalow court, by Judge O'Connor. The Indianapolis, Ind., where will
co- they
events was published in full in the !". Maine; Mrs. Bessie Kelsey, Bos I 608 LaFayette street, which was' WINTER: GARDEN RESIDENT: I defendants Charles the '
are B.Iundy, spend summer. They will make'
Sentinel Tuesday morning and in or- ton; Mrs. Ella Putnam, Holton, Me.; erected while they were'< own on their DEAD senior 1
vice-president of the bank, and stops at Spring Lake, N. J., :endpoints
A.1.. Carter
der to keep posted on the day's fes- Mrs. L. B. Foss, Boston; Mrs Jesse annual visit They expect to attend died yesterday John j
Seagraves, chief clerk in the in New Hampshire. Both of
tivities, it will only be necessary to Blair, Maine, and Mr. and Mrs. Horton the national G. A. P.. encampment morning at Winter Garden, suddenly, state auditor's office. them are contemplating 1
returning to
Gage, New York. which of heart failure. He was about to
take the paper along with you. If meets the last of Septemberand go Orlando for the coming a

you do not happen to have one handy, then return to Orlando. fishing and was with his wife on the DENY THAT season. Thor
dock and VON BUELOW VISITED daughter, Mrs. J.1. Braly, will not j
drop by the Sentinel and we will be LEFT FOR KANSAS about to step into the boat VATICAN TO BID FAREWELL North until the last of
when he go May. Her
delighted furnish with Yesterday morning Mr. and Mrs SELF IS IN was stricken. He died in- ,I
to you one. LINE FOR CLEANUPs TO THE POPE <*iughters, Misses Alice and Marion,
We to state that the W.*C. Powers and daughter DlisEthel stantly. The body was prepared by I
are requested WEEK
Hammond Rome, Italy.-Both the Vatican awl v'ho are in the senior class at the C !

Mayer Confectionery company will departed over the A. C. L. for II. M. Self is among the first to get Bristol & Gore and was shipped to Prince von Buelow, German ambassador firdral school, will graduate on the !

have a stand on the grounds and any their home in Netawaka, Kansas. For in line for clean-up week. His mar- Tenn., his home. to Italy, deny a report printed in 28th of next month. i

one who has ever tried any of their several seasons they have been win ket is being given a fresh coat of the Paris Figaro April 20 that Princevon !

eatables or drinkables need not be re- tering in Orlando, and have numbersof paint and the store, which is alwaysone THE WEATHER Buelow had visited Pope Benedictto Read the beginning of a new novel ;

minded of them. friends here who look forward to of the cleanest in town is receiving bid the pontiff farewell, believinghis in the Red Book by Mrs. ;

Here's hoping that everybody who their return in the fall to their pretty particular attention for this oc Florida: Generally fair Wednes- departure from Rome was imminent Ward. Curtis & O'Neal's Humphrey book, sta-

attends will have a glorious big time. 'ittie home on Piedmont avenue. casion. day and Thursday. tionery and music store.nrss..R.N .

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: WE DELIVER THE GOODS \: : i To the Editor of the Sentinel: p
: I have read with interest the letter

I : ; Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service j :: j t I in friend last, Mr.Friday's Seth Woodruff.Sentinel of my. Woodruff good- FORECAST FOR Farm I .

: I has an eminently sagacious mind
I and sound judgment, and I always FARMERS

r' .. Harley-Davidson Truck : I differ from him with hesitation, but in t
: this matter I find myself compelled to anDisappointment < .
Washington, D. C.-A weekly
: do so. weather forecast designed especially:
.: II We agree that the turkey buzzard to: aid farmers in planning their farm
: sometimes destroys: young pigs and Garden Seed i
operations and shppers of perishable
r J PHONE 444 : : Iambs; so far, so good. But Mr. products to handle their goods with I
: : Woodruff is sure that on this account
i to expected weather

r i Good and Bad Cigar StoresllllllMIIIIIIIMItlMMMIillMirilllllMMMIIIIMl: !I the I don't buzzard think should so, although be exterminated.I also, of ,I tions United, will States be inaugurated weather by condi-I ,

s ,
sa : : course, lament the untimely taking April :20 and continued during the
sF : ''off of these innocent and toothsome seldom comes to those
f I crop season. In order to have these
I' |creatures. weekly forecasts reach the farmers \\ho buy their Drugs and Seeds from me. .
The berry grower wants all the and shippers in small towns with the
I '' his fruit do People who are particular about who fills
birds killed that eat ; so
least posible delay, the bureau also
OUR MOTTO : and cherries.The .
'I'the growers of peaches has arranged a system whereby the their prescriptions or where they buytheir
of cereals--of corn,
grower forecast will be taken Tuesday and
Small Profits and Quick Returns I wheat, oats, rice-want the various reach the weekly newspapers, especially farm or garden Seed, should give! ,
I sorts of birds killed which feed in ..
in the corn, wheat and cotton
this Store trial. Goods deliverednight
Here is where you pay for the service you get and no I their fields. The house-wife wants districts, by mail on Wednesday Drug a

more. In these times you should pay for no service ).oudon't the hawks, owls and eagles shot, because morning-which will be in time for :: or day. Phone 632.
k I they are fond of poultry. Andso the greatest number of them to use
get. Investigate our plan.
on. These are all "practical"- the information in their editions. In

I that is, near.sighted-people, who this way it is believed that the forecast -
TIlE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. made by the "theorists"and ,
I are weary I for the week commencing on

L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 I "sentimentalists" who want the Wednesday morning will be in the City Drug Store
.. !birds protected; they do not think hands of most of the farmers and
much of the "delicate and wonderful
shippers in the small towns, through
balance of nature;" they only know the medium of the weekly newspapers -I ... J. L. DEAN Graduate of Pharmacy

I that their property is being destroyed, .I Wednesday night, Thursday, or -

Show Your ColorsWe I in greater or less measure. What i riday-thus giving them the benefit j; 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA .
they do not know is, that in killing of from G to1 days of advance fore ...
the birds they are doing a very senseless /

have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a thing, for which "Nature" has cast.The forecasts will be prepared at :

flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A over and over again severely punished Washington on Tuesday morning and : S
those who have ignored her "delicateand
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and wonderful balance." There is no cover the week commencing
Wednesday. They will be telegraphed I -
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand- more foolish person on earth than th3"practical tothe '
state distributing centers of the
some sets on your home. man who sees only that weather bureau where they will be The :bv1arletOF :

part of any intricate problem which immediately printed and put in the OF
W. S. BRANCH lies next to him, in his own door-yard, mails to reach the wekely newspapersin CLEANLINESS QUALITY

his field his office, his factory. The the territory of each station early OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

TilE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE larger part of this buzzard problemis Wednesday, or in time for insertionby FRESH AND SALT MEATS

this: if a company of men, white the vast majority of them. It is dept under the best sanitary conditions, .

and black, are hired by the state to expected that these forecasts will be everything screened away from the files, and kept fre. 1t t
shoot buzzards at much head,
so a
ready for mailing from the distribut-I i .
they will try to shoot a good many. and pure
ing centers by 3 p. m. or 4 atf fadlon. We have
We Invite inspection and guarantee t;
But the easiest and surest way to geta
t Tuesday. In case mail facilities are
bag full of buzzards in a short time, such everything in the !Meat Line.
not as to insure theri receipt in
it will be, in the remote Kissimmee
t or
time to be used by the papers, the
Caloosahatchie prairies, or perhapson forecasts will be telegraphed to editors H. UNdL" Self $2 C<>.

e Mr. Woodruff's or my unwatched when so desired, at press rates, NO. 80 PINE STREET |
Moderate pHONE
lands, to shoot a pig or a steer, and their
P at expense. As a rule the mes-
, use this as bait for the birds. Or, if
4 sages will contain from 30; to 40
the noise of guns might attract at- words.
Cottages tention, a little poison, deftly disposed -
The daily papers which taxe press
t would in the first place providethe I
association services will secure theI
{ For Sale to Rent I carcass, and in the second place forecasts by wire through the several
or silently slay the "eagles" which are
press associations, which have volunteered ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Ri. certain, according to Scripture and, to co-operate in its distribu-
i.k experience, to gather together where tion. '
the carcass is. Does Mr. Woodruff I'I
i.I imagine that any man who would en- YOU SHEET METAL CO.
gage in the business of shooting buz- 1

f zards for the head money would hesitate If there is grace in rhyme of mine
ft C.A.HOVEY to use these means for makingthe Or melody or sweetness
i t business worth while? It is because your voice, dear heart Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
iF Lends to it all completeness.If .
F I Moreover, when we reflect on the and Rubber Roofings f
t fact that in Canada, where few buzzards -I fragrance rise from rose that blows

if any, are ever seen, hog cholera -' With June's young gladness blend-
ing, Cornices, Skylights. healing Ventilating. Metal Ceilings
probably more prevalent thanin
It is because you kissed my lips
Florida, we begin to suspect, thoseof With its ascending.
us who are not "practical" men, Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
but only "theorists and sentimentalists If in the passing crowd you call aloudIn &
--- fancies, dearest, dreaming,
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(by which opprobious terms Mr. Their silent waits my anxious heart
Woodruff probably means people who So near your presence seeming. ,,
IF YOU NEED do not trust their own eyes only, but -:\Iargaretlunro..

investigate matters scientifically, far
and near, in all their manifold elements 4We know so little of the hearts
) we begin to supect that we That everywhere around us beat;
Letterheads Envelopes So little of the inner lives The Orlando Meat MarketT.
should be not much free of hog chol- Of those whom day by day we
era, if any, after all the buzzardswere greet; i[
Cards Announcements killed than now. Oh! It behooves us one and all, : A. YANCY, Manager
Gently to deal with those we meet. |
With what degree of wisdom "prac-

Circulars Briefs Hand tical" men sometimes deal with prob- Gently to deal and gently judge i I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
lems is illustrated by this bill of Sen- With that divinest charity I
ator Wells', if the newspapers cor- That thinks no evil but would seek Florida and Western Meats
The god in every soul to see, :'
Bills Catalogs or rectly report it. It provides for the Measuring net by what it is. '' Vegetables Game El c.
Fish Poultry ,
Oysters, ,
destruction of turkey buzzards only. But that by that which it strives to ; .
Now, we "sentimentalists" know,what be."
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of TownOrdersPHONES
PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE Senator Wells apparently did not I
know, that the black vulture, or "car- Miss Mathilda Niles, who has been Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
rion crow," which is commonly seen the attractive guest of Mrs. J. II. \ Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church

in a company of buzzards, and whichto Ieese[ for the past week, returned yes-

Sentinel Job Office the casual eye is distinguishedfrom terday morning to San Antonio, Fla. i'

the buzzard only by his blackhead _
is as hungry for lambs and pigs -----

as is his red-headed cousin and close

companion. Can Mr. Woodruff swear
! .- e that the buzzards he lately saw be- Pure Ice reinWhen

r 1I 'having badly in his pasture were not

black vultures, instead? Wouldn't it ,

; Hammond &Gore be queer, when some darky shoots a I
black vulture and brings in the head .

for a reward, to have him arrested, as' you want PURE ICE 'F or Party
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I he could be, for killing a protected CREAM call for 1I.\ D'S. If

1,bird. instead of an outlaw? I see you don't believe that we take -- Clubthe
numerous chances of amusing complications i
in its
greatest care manuVie make our Ice Cream from
in the executing of this law, I Church SocialSchool I
COMPARE if it should he passed. Really, whenI facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All I I

I I "pral"ticar'men want to enact a law make it. You will be surprised and Social
cans, moulds everythingused
I I that will "hold water," it is necessary at the care every detail is given.
I OUR FURNITUREWe I I for them to call into council the "the- in the manufacture of our Lodge
Any kind you want, any time
j orists and sentimentalists." Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
provide the quality i of furniture that has long I The present law (section 3761)) provides :, you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ized.
i that any citizen of Florida may from a quart up. ,
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
I I shoot bird which he finds I invited to
committing -
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make l You are Hands Pure
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones i depredations on his premises.I I inspect our factory at any
think this is well enough, it
of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I as time. Ice Cream
I I I stands and I myself shall not hesi- I I

tate to shoot turkey buzzards or black I .
McNHLL); & DAVIS BLOCK, vultures, from time to time, on my ,
ranch, if there should be occasion.

I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church_St.. Orlando Fla. J, We can spare a few. F.of BLACKMAN.them.W. HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

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!I what is best, and making what is best W. Jefferson Streetr'
: of them. The training which makes PHONE 566
i men happiest in themselves also
i\ Try Our Job Department i, makes ers.-Ruskin.them most serviceable to oth- I ..

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'.: SAN JUAN HOTEL IS IDEAL -ADDITIONAL--- -LOCALSMr. -- ville; W. K. Jones, Thomasville, Gr.; \< ..." " " *+*< " . .

.. and Mrs. C. E. Saunders, who sonville; C. E. ;
have been winter residents of Orlando nah; C. L. Moore, ;
,, The San Juan hotel is a model of for several years, left yesterday Harnsburger, Virginia;
}. convenience and luxury and always a for the North, greatly to the regretof New York; E. R. I
center.,? social activities and is pop- their many friends here. They will G. H. Alien, Chicago, I
s ular a' t ng strangers and home folks spend a while at Atlantic City, then Huffman, Eustis.
i alike. proceed to New York for a stopover, asOUR
" Orlando, drawing as it does on the :,nd reach their home in Lake Bomo- Mr. Ira Rigdon, cashier of the First 11 j 1
, resources of all sectons of the Untied seen, Vermont, in about a month. I State Trust and Savings Bank of Uri j'',
States, with the attending streams of bana, Ohio, who has been in this section I ...
commercial and social life that flow Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, of ; on a prospecting tour, left yesterday -
into it from over the entire country, Madison, Wis., who have been spending for Bartow, where he' will
has proved the wisdom of the man who a portion of the winter in Orlando spend a day or two. Mr. Rigdon was
has watched over the San Juan most and St. Petersburg, were prevented very favorably impressed with Orlando -
carefully for the past twenty years, from returning to this city before returning and the surrounding country and
Mr. II. L. Beeman, the owner, is con- North, owing to a severe fall I' there is a possibility that he will locate -
stantly making additions and improvements which Mrs. Gibson had in Tampa, in this city and bring his family
to the hotel, enabling that which changed their plans somewhat. from the Buckeye State to the Landof
establishment to keep pace with the They are having the Sentinel sent to Flowers. MEN'S DEPARTMENT
onward sweep of progress. them at 1282 Broadway, New York
The great body of people who make I city. I Men might as well be given credit .,
up the population of the United :for marrying for love. There are not ,. .
States-travelers, commercial men, Guests registering at the San Juan enough opportunities to marry for .
in fields of art and hotel yesterday included Dr. Nathan .
who thrive
persons money to constitute an exception, remarks -
Pratt Winter R. V. Ott,Gaines- 4
unanimous in their Park "
appreciation an Orlando "back.F.
4 Clothes for young men, the greatest of Cloth-
of the San Juan. As a .

hotel providing the travelng public /" ingdom's new fashion achievements, deep notch
with an ideal place to quarter during cCITRUS= \\1 ,

visits to Orlando, as a mecca for the EXCHOTwenty i collar, bull dog lapels, full soft roll, narrow should
social events on the most elaborate l
scale, as a place of peace and repose ers, in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles
for those who come to Orlando and 6,
shown. We have them, in prices to suit all
would remain in a central station sur-

rounded by the commerce of the city, million boxes of oranges and grapefruit. Thinkof purses.
or those who place everything sub- (
servient to architectural beauty, the it Barring disaster, Florida will have this enormous crop i (1
San Juan fills the measure of the de- Kuppenheimer Clothes are the best we can
f sire. to sell within five years. :.
Orlando is one of the few conven- \ sell, and the best you can buy, at prices you can
If this great volume of fruit is thrown on the market
tion cities in Florida. Commercial i4 hbA
7 afford.
'bodies, labor societies, educational without proper organization for its handling, the growers will
and philanthropic organizations and
every class of people who would as- obtain little or nothing for most of it. S 0 1\1 E men may b e Our line of Summer Shirts in silk, madras and
semble at a place where convenienceis indifferent to style In
at hand, come from all parts of the On the other hand, if the crop is marketed co-operatively, shirts, but no man can well percales are all that make the hot days pleasant.be .
compass to partake of the wotld-
famed Orlando hospitality for a time. with proper work to increase demand in the meanwhile, all this indifferent to fit. An Prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00.

Fine convention halls welcome them, fruit that is of good quality can be sold at satisfactory prices.
a beautiful city welcomes them, a ARRow.SHIRT
hospitable people welcomes them- The Florida Citrus Exchange is ready for this problemof .
and a great hotel is here for their
comfort and convenience. The San ths near future. It alone of the marketing agencies is con- =
Juan is a great factor in the convention -
life of Orlando. ducing an adequate campaign to develop demand. Its sales
is always as appropriate to
force has been strengthened to aggressively cover the whole
DRINK, ENTRENCHED IN THE the wearer as it is to the

HOUSE OF LORDS, DEFIESLLOYD.GEOHGE country. More and more it is selling fruit in new markets occasion.

instead of in the auctions. Join the Exchange! Made in every style ,,, + f ,
London.-In no country in the white or color fast. ii, '; ; l
world is drink
strong so strongly en- .
trenched among the leading class as $1.50 and $2.00 '

Great Britain. The house of lords I
has been called the "beerage." Manyof FCITRUS EXCI-h4IVGE
the nobles owe their elevation to
Suits flannel and Trousersin
money made in the liquor traffic. Palm Beach serge

while almost to a man they are finan- plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appre- t J Lfii
cially interested in distilleries, brew- i

eries or liquor trading. + ciate these without seeing them. Let us show you. gatI '
This is the rock upon which the I 1
prohibition bark of Chancellor of the Straw and Panama Hats, Caps, Underwear, ,jh, 4 I
Exchequer Lloyd-George: and Wa
Secretary Kitchener crashed and may Sox, Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts, in \
li g !
yet be wrecked. "
Patriotism vs. the nobles' incomes fact, all lines that go to make Men's Shop corn-

-this is the issue put in its plainest '
terms. < plete. p

The greatest distiller of gin i in
Great Britain is the Duke of Leeds. We Have ThemA j
The Gladstone family distils the fam-
ous Scotch whiskey known as Fetter- /LiP'atlflANJ .AfoddJ iJFossen __ i
cairn, at Fasque, in Kincardineshire. Tovl'"l'j C.zlf look from you will be appreciated.
Many other prominent noblemen
might be named who are actual headsof
liquor enterprises, while it wouldbe THE HOUSE OF KUPPCNHCIMC
hard ot pick a member of the Differentand
house of lords who is not in some way ---

interested in the production and sales .
of spirits, beer and wines.
The depression caused by the war as much bett( r as it is different OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
has already cut deeply into the reve-

nues of these gentry. Total prohibition Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less

unless the government bought skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. Economy is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in service, style and
their properties, would mean their These are the fixed facts for Oakland owpers this year.
ruin. They are assured by mechanical laws. comfort.
It is preposterous to" imagine that Don't let your feet or uncomfortable footwear continue to annoy you:

the a house measure of lords of would total ever prohibition.assentto Read the Five Leading Oakland Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the com-

even if the Germans were hammer- fort, service and style of our Shoes mean real economy. '

ing at the gates of London.It Superiorities Below Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to
is this which caused the British
visit and the assurance of our most careful attention.
cabinet the other day to pass the Every feature works towards a definite economy- us,
of at the Big Store will make good, or be made by 1
question liquor regulation to the maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with Shoes bought good us.

parliament. The house of commons 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. !
s noiw able to overrule the house of ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury.
lords. It is a tedious process to 0 k Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's
so. But Britain is essentially demo- a real road test-and decide.
cratic, and an issue of drink betwee The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and
the two houses of parliament might sixes; Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 to I This store deals with its patrons on the principle .
easily result in another great she f. b. .
$1685 o. factory.OAKLAND
being cut off the power of the upper.. that its success will be in proportion to the satisfaction .:
chamber. MOTOR COMPANYPontiac
In this emergency-caused by the it delivers. Whether your purchase be a Kuppen- ;
fact that battles are now won b) MichiganJ.
shrapnel, that British factories are heimer garment or the smallest wardrobe essential,

not turning out shrapnel shells rapidly -
enough, and that drink is show- MAGRUDER Jr. Agent whether the amount involved be $25.00 or 25 cents,
ing the rate of outputfeinforcements ,
up I'
have come to Kitchener and ORLANDO, FLORIDA your interests are guarded by a two-fold protection, I :

crt Lloyd-George tier, the Crown.from an unexpected 1-Great Strength the unquestioned dependability of the merchandiseand 1

When King George abolished liquor with light weight. .
from his households, and asked all to our own guarantee.
?. Motor .-
High Speed
follow his example, he cut deeply I into -
his for he with great power.
revenues, owns the cele-
brated Lochnagar whiskey distilleries 3-Low center of 1 U,5',O. I
situated on his Balmoral estates in I of gravity with usual 4 1 I

Scotland.These were started by Queen Victoria i road clearance. { I f
Duckworth Co. I I
royal and cellars her] husband, including, and those supply of many the I. Lines 4-F with lying least wedge wind I Y owe

Czar. King Alfonso and King Haaken resistance. 4 '

and until the present war those of 5-E c o n o m y with OJ -- 0 Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." .
the Kaiser. The brard is also on the Luxury. i
list of many leading clubs here and in .MMIMI MIIMMIMIHMMIIIIIIMtlllMIIIIMMt.
other cities. ." '

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THE YEAR ROUND.: The Modern Woodmen of America j Iand t
South Florida SentinelMORNING Orlando has less flies than any oth- the Royal Neighbors of America \ --p.p.awM

AND WEEKLY er city in Florida. Orlando is the I will hold their
............ regular meetings on \j
: CLSNV .... .... Editor most healthful city in the state. The
r. iJSSI.NGTOX .....BnilneM Manager Wednesday night. All members of Ithe i FOR SALECountry
Civic League will war on rubbish and societies, including visiting members V'1'
Entered at the pootoffic at Orlando. Florida dirt during clean-up week May 3-8.
as Second Clara Mail Matter > are urgently requested to be I
Why return to the North this sum- present. After the meeting is over, \ ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES mer? Remain in a healthy city .
Daily. 1 Year ............:........... $5.00 all will participate in a social affair -
Daily 6 Month ...................... %.50 where the cool, salubrious breezes planned by the Royal Neighbors.J. \
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 float over the city constantly where i
Daily.i 1 Month ...... ..... ..... .5'1) ; M. Brady. clerk.
:.:.:.:.:..: sweeping shade trees dispel the seeth-
... Mrs. Katrerine Dennis, recorder.In estate of
weekly 1 Year. ._..:..... _; $1.00 ing heat waves; where sparkling I

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN lakes invite you to boat, fish and rendered mentioning the excellent music 350 acres, large two I
at the Confederate Memorial Vi
bathe. Life is worth the candle in
ADVERTISERS: I Orlando. Stay here this summer, exercises on Sunday afternoon, story dwellmg.hand-
Cop for display and all .tlau hand-Kt I spend your dollars on the home mer- the writer inadvertently said the
dtertiiinc must be handea in at the bunineaafire lake front
.. .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. chants. The railroads don't need your Patch orchestra, when we meant the some .. .... .,.,.:
the day bef.re publication. Thi ml' applies Baraca orchestra of the Methodist
merchants do.
to rh."ee for e.trart .d..rti.inc: it i. Keep $9000.00. II'.J
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Invariable___. __and__will_ be_strictly__ _adhered_ u_to.__ money here and build up the commer- Sunday school. "

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dhcontinaed cial interests of the best city in Flor- Mr. and. Mrs. F. E. Brown and I tt zW
should notify the o.Tce in writing on ida. to delude yourself in //1 '4'
Why a
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be try daughters, Francis and Katherine, .. f\\ 'lrvi'
continued at the regular subscription. rates Northern city when it's Hotter there who have spent the season at their Sixacre grove, mod- I
until notice to stop is receiwed.Telephone
Numb r ..................... ZC than here. In Washington Sunday it II pretty home, 206 East Livingston ave- I
--- was 94 degrees, New York 88, Chi- nue, expect to start tomorrow for ern cottage and outbuildings i

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1915. cago 84, Toledo 88, Cincinnati 86, and Grand Rapids, Mich., where they will ARE YOU
St. Louis 85. And in Orlando a cool I $4000.00.
spend the will
summer. They be
Indications are that the June crop accompanied I
breeze made the day a perfect one.ADDITIOXAL .
north Miss Steed.
of brides will be as large as usual if I by
little in these I
not larger parts.
a Mr. I
J. A.
LOCALSMr. Peruyn, who has been residing -
a I in Orlando for several months, !
at and Mrs. R. S. Cuthbertson and
f Can the French possibly laugh left for constitutional ills
yesterday morning Johnson- i the fact that more
daughter, Miss Ida, who have been
the of the Ger- Call onS.G.Dolive
mans? gas wintering in Orlando at 410 South I ville, N. Y., where he will remain until are due to badly fitting or badly! fitted

Main street, will leave for Pon- : : October. He thinks this city one
o 'of the best on the globe and when he shoes than are dreamed of in our philoso-
Utilize all your opportunities. If tiac, Mich., where they will spend the 6 & Son
returns in the fall < .
expects to bring phy :\Ianwomen.
the bathtub leaks keep the potted summer. This was their fourth sea- many men, carrywith
several of his friends with
plants under it. son in this city, and so well have they him. them irritating and painful evidences ,
liked it that they are planning to Real Estate and InsuranceORLANOO.FLORIDA
o I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. King are among I of this fact. ..
A good shower right now would come earlier and remain longer. I the Willola guests who will depart tomorrow -

prove of great benefit to farmers and I for their home in Bristol, : !
To fit a shoe properly is almost anArtistic
horticulturists, and also to town peo- Messrs. W. E. Field and Rucker 1 Tenn. They are well pleased with NO.3 W. Pine Second Floor I
ple. Dodrill, who have spent the winter in Orlando and contemplate returninghere !

o this section, have returned to their next season. I Ii i II

"Neutral water," as we understandit homes in Webster Springs, W. VaIn I1 I
I--- -- --- ------
is about as wet as any other kind, I order- to keep in--touch with events ... --1"
and unhealthful when you drink too in Urange county they have ordered i
much of it. the old reliable South Florida Senti-

a nel sent to them. 1 I
When one reads of the Chicago 1I
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hunker and I
strikes, one wonders why more of the son,
manufacturers there don't move to a James, of Trenton, N. J., arrived in

good town like Orlando. Orlando yesterday to spend several I
o days after making an extended tour

One of the French newspapers has to points of interest in South Flor. ( \

been suppressed, and one of our exchanges ida.
is wicked enough to say thatit rt Th ,

guesses Senator Fletcher !is on a Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swasey and Magnolia Avenue \.

visit over there.-Ocala Banner. daughter Miss Grace, left yesterdayfor

o their summer home in Wells Depot I have I
recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
"Looking to the future, I see the Maine, after having spent a most
I directly across from Osceola Hotel. I
doom of early marriages," declares delightful season in Orlando. They

Prof. Scott Nearing of the Universityof spend all their winters here and havea This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a

Pennsylvania. Which indicates that large number of friends who will! number of bearing fruit trees.I .
the professor is something of a long- be glad to see them again in the fall.

distance looker.-Tampa Times. will sell the entire property-. or will sell any numberof

o Dr. C. A. Campbell left yesterday feet off south end.
"Farm products cost more than for Jacksonville, where he will be j The house is in good condition and is into
they used to." "Yes," replied the joined by Mrs. Campbell, who has arranged AchievementAn
farmer. "When a farmer is supposedto been spending several weeks in that light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in-

know the botanical name of what city, and together they will go to come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .

he's raisin and the entomologicalname Greenville, S. C., where they will absolute study of individuality, for
bought at a low price and offer GREAT
of the chemical that will kill the make a short stop, and thence to can a
insect, somebody's got to pay." Asheville, N. C., where they will en- BARGAIN. there are no two persons feet i identicallyalike.

a joy life in the Land of the Sky, returning Cash or terms. The standard size of shoe may be
The health departments the to Orlando in October.
.. over the same, but adjustments radically dif
state are urging the observance of a
clean-up week as a means of exterminating MANY CONTRIBUTORS TO ODD ferent. Our shoe selling staff has, in a

the pesky fly. The officialssay FELLOWS PICNIC few short months earned a reputation of
: that more is accomplished in
shoe fitting excellence. '
.cleaning up and destroying the bred- The committee for the I. O. O. F.

dng places of flies than by swatting celebration at the Fair Grounds today S. Y. WAY

them in flocks.Orlando is very thankful to the merchants, MENWho ,.

o editors and others who have so liber-

should have the Dixie 'ally contributed to the success of the Insurance and Real Estate are on their feet probably more than
highway pass through this city and occasion, as shown by the program
county. If the route does not pierce Gordon's Bakery, O. K. Bakery and women, a perfect fitting shoe is an exquisite -

Orlando the highway is not a repre- Rock's Bakery have each manifested PHONE 172 pleasure especially after being in
sentative one. It is possible for Cen-
their and Bro. I. T.
generosity Georgehas the habit of wearing shoes that in the
tral Florida cities to make a route of "crowned the fabric" with the do-

their own connecting at a northern nation of a very fine $6 bone ham, ,. broadest sense of the word-simply fit.

point with the Dixie highway.What's hence, if we should have a few friends

o without baskets we'll hopa that they I Our Men's Shoe Stockcarries
the use of any man lying to I
will not hungry.
go away
any human being save his own wife? -
Any gentleman will do that. All gen- THE COMMITTEE. many ranges, and so complete that

tlemen lie to their wives. Their wives l every foot can be properly fitted with in- .

love to catch them in lies.-Floridian. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY -
------- telligence. *
We reprint this paragraph withgreat

pleasure. It will be of extreme
WANTED- Intelligent white girl,
comfort to almost all the married men about 14 years old, in family of from 2 Our New Styles IncludeBLACK
we know.-Ocala Star. adults. Address M. M. W., care Sen- Everything Head to Foot- _
tinel. -I- 8-1t.
o in. our Dru tore AND TAN RUSSIAN CALF
Many families will celebrate clean- WANTED POSITION-A young man i

up and paint-up week by paintnig the department having fifteen stores years desires experience position in iI I BLACK AND TAN KID
Hair Tonic" ft
front porch chairs, but few will ob- where ability and merit would war- HAIR BLACK AND TAN VELOUR
serve it by painting the garbage bar- rant advancement. Best references. toBunion TON I
rel that is so visible in the back yard. Address "Y," care Sentinel. -4-28-t WHITE CANVAS, RUBBER SOLES

However, it is expected everything I WHITE NUBUCK
TO ECHANGE-For house and loin .
will be painted and whitewashed when Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Plasters TAN TENNIS SHOES
the Civic League gets the brushes, railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 sA'
soap, water, cleansing powder and set to budded trees two years ago; (3 ENGLISH SHOES
acres unimproved; extra good land. : .:: \ :wr
for action.
mops _
Mahlon Gore. 4-2S-tf .
o \\
OLD NOBODY.The -- --- --- ---- -

trouble is that we all see what's I DoctorsBuckmaster'

wrong and leave it to that old scoun-

drel Nobody, as he is called by a & Bnnidiige Jvv ,.

Southern paper. That is not quite so
true as it used to be, but it is still too Personal instruction under Dr. Still

much true.Nobody. at Kirksville, Mo. 'I,,,, ,:.% C R
is the man with whom most 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
things are left. There are all mannerof National Bank. Phone 578.

good men who will start a thing. L
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But Nobody is there to finish it. DICKSONIVES CO.

We grouch about everything that

will make a good basis for a grouch I Orlando Wood Yard ,

and then turn the whole thing over to

Nobody. Removed from Pine St. two blocks Get it at .DP[ ARTMENT T STORE.
Nobody is nowhere. Nobody is no
north on Railroad
west end Wash-
lIe doesn't
one. exist, yet he is expected MERCK'SWe .. .
to handle E\erybodys unfin- ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
ished business.For all times. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PJ :\CE
the nearest drug store
are of service of
every good cause there must The Store never-failing courtesy -

be a strong and willing Somebody.The PHONE 68MEIWE ; of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

churches today are bringing B. W. KINGSLEY chandise, at right prices
t out these Somebodies who are not : 'S PHARMACY .1

f willing to drop the job until it is PHONE 344 .


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I (9riiii; n Snrtr1j I!! GRANDTODAY I|! FAVORTE THEATRE j I! I "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U 1s '

'I I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission .

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TIIE 1 8:40 train for South Boston, where i 5 Cents

WEEK I they will spend several days before'' Z 1

Wednesday, April 28. going to Tennessee for the summer. .1111111111.11..11111" i

Young Matrons Club Mrs. Joe Bum- The bride, having spent the winter! TODAY'S PROGRAM: i j jI
by, Jr., for Miss Mattie Nelson of ,here, as well as having visited hereon I b

Brunswick, Ga. many former occasions, is well 4-Heels--I
Mission SVidy Class of M. E. church, I t
known and greatly admired in Me- !
3 o'clock
regular monthly meeting.I.
Warner. Marion Leonard presents :
O. O. F. anniversary celebration. I bane. She is justly a favorite among "A Rose of Yesteryear," in three !D
Men's Open Forum meets; travel talk. her many friends in North Carolina '! parts. A powerful story forcefully I
Sans Souci Club, :Miss'McKee hostess. -
well those in her home
as as among presented. _1 /'i
Bachelor Girls, Miss Alma DeLaney ; 'VCOMMENDABLE
hostess. state, Florida. j"THE THRILLING ADVEN- Grandin. "Cupid Kicks a Goal." Avery 1 .
Thursday, April 29. The groom, an electrical' engineer, i! clever comedy. 0 IX ,.
bridge of South Boston Va., is a young man i

Kil o'clock.Kare Klub, Mrs. J. M. Snead hos- of much promise in his chosen profes-j Five cents to all. No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for the

tess. sion. Socially he is remembered very I Mina ------- -- - price. No matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for I i
Special Comedy. .
State Peace Convention. 7:30 p. m., pleasantly in Mebane, having visited D your money. Aside from real values you can choose from an as- i} \
address by lion. Arthur D. Call, his sister, :Mrs.: Arthur N. Scott. I OSTEOPATHYDR. : sortment unrivalled here-abouts. 1
national director American Peace :
Societ',,.._ I" ,
State Peace Convention. 10 a. m., BISCUIT PARTY.Mr. "THE COMEDIENNE'S Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon .
Presbyterian lecture room business and Mrs. W. R Palmer, of 109 Kirksville Graduate LL .cO
meeting. 1:30 p. m., opera house, STRATEGY"A ------
Consultation Free ::
school rally, public and private Ernestine street, were given a very I J. .O .
schools of the city; address by Dr. novel surprise upon their birthdays, Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan j
J. J. Hill, director Peace Society of which occurred the past week. It Lubin Drama. HoteL |
South Atlantic! States. 7:30 p. m.. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 j
address by Dr. J. J. Hall, "What I seems that they have a weakness for i i Orlando Fla. __ A SAVING IN PAINT:
Saw and Learned in the War Zone." rhubarb pie, and also for biscuit, as j''I I -=-
Suffrage tea at home Mrs. Beardall.I I baked by their daughter-in-law, Mrs is not made by buying cheap paint,

Saturday May 1. W. C. Palmer, of Cincinnati, Ohio | but by purchasing the very best
D. A. R. meeting, with Mrs. A. B. ; "FATES PROTECTING ARM"A : LucerneTODAY grades, such for instance as we han
:and their fondness for I II I
Whitman, election of officers for i knowing same,
dle. Just think how much
more poor
coming year. Mrs. Palmer prepared some dough i
State Peace Convention. 3:30 m., I paints cost you if you have to Keep
p. both for the pie crust and biscuit, and :
, woman's meeting, lecture room; ad- Biograph Drama. renewing them every year or two.
sent this, together with of the
dress Dr. J. J. Hall, "War
by Think how much cheaper are our
Brides." first cuttings of rhubarb from their !I
paints which last twe or three times
Sunday, May 2. garden, to Mrs. W. H. Palmer, of '
State Peace Convention. Union meet- 'I I 1'' as long.
this city, with a request that they be
ing; address by Judge Chas. B. "THE LAST OF THE HAR-
Parkhill. Tampa; address by Dr. W. properly prepared and presented to I "THE EVIL MEN DO"A ; (I i Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
F. Blackman.. the couple last Sunday. This program GROVES"An II; 1--
205 S. Orange Avenue
--0WEDDIXG I j was carried out and the pies I!
AT MEBANE Vitagraph Broadway Star. _
i and biscuit were baked to a turn and I i COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261!
j''at the dinner which was served to Edison Drama. Special feature complete in 3
Miss Ruth Becomes the
Thompson them as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.1 -
Bride of F. N. Mebane ( splendid parts.
i> Palmer last Sunday, they were

i quainted with the facts and were aC-1

(Greensboro, N. C., Daily News) i surprised and delighted with the FOUR SPLENDID REELS
Mebane, April 23.-Thursday even- scheme. All of the ingredients ar- WRIGHT SEED
; ing at 7:45 at the home of her aunt, rived in perfect condition.
Mrs. Hettie A. Scott, in West Me- -()- FRESH SUPPLY
Miss Ruth became SOCIETY NOTES Lubin Comedy. !
bane, : Thompson J
the bride of F. N. Mebane. The wedding JOF!I INTEREST. 5 cents 10 cents J JI I Velvet Beans, Cowpeas, Chufas,
Today is filled with social events
though a very quiet one, was
beautiful in its simplicity. The dec- and until the close of the week thereis < I Sorghum, DasheensAnd
a full calendar. The Peace meeting
orations were white and green AN EXCEPTIONAL SHOW
throughout the house, lilacs, spirea, 'opens Friday and the sessions will i other Seeds

dogwood, narcissus, carnations and prove highly interesting. I I0 II I Ave.
Call on us for Prices. 206 Orange
running cedar being used. The east I{ -- ;
i Mrs. E. N. Holt, of Green Cove !
i in which the was !
parlor ceremony
Springs, State Federation chairman
performed was lighted by |
Before the Mrs. F. M. I of the civics department, is the guestof
Hawley played ceremony several selections, I, Mrs. Lott. ROOf GARDEN ,BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL II I I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK

among which were Nevin's "Rosary," jt j -
Engleman's "Melody of Love," and The meeting of the Men's Forum -.

Francis Thome's "Simple Aveu." As ,tonight which is "ladies' night," was TODAY. ____ _ai
the first strains of Mendelssohn's postponed from last week. i I
"Wedding March" were heard Dr. F.I' -0- \
M. Hawley, pastor of the Presbyte-I The first of a series of dances for A. CURTIS WILLIAM'" R. O'NEAL(

rian church, took his place at the im the summer will" be given at the Coun-
i try Club Friday night. :Mrs.: Beemanis
provised altar. The bride and groom THE OAK LAWN HANDICAPA
entered immediately, and took their chairman of the house committeefor Established 1886

before the altar and under the dances.
place a
Drama of the race track com-
beautiful arch of white and green. -- -
During the ceremony Intermezzo I Mr. and Mrs. Mather-Smith, who plete in two parts. Bison.
from "Calalleria Rusticana," by Mas- 'entertain hospitably at their beautiful CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE ,1
cagni, was played' softly. The ring home in Oakland, on the shores of i
f ceremony was used. I'i Lake Apopka, were hosts at another i

The bride wore a tailored suit of delightful function Monday night "LOVE O'THE PARENT"The LOANS
blue French serge and old rose hat, I when they entertained at a dance and J
1 and carried brides' roses. Mrs. D. C. I I Dutch supper. About twenty-five .

Thompson, mother of the bride, was couples from Orlando were present. Story of a Girl's vengeance. REAL ESTATE RENTALS

gowned in a beautiful decollete gown 'I --0I Powers.
of white crepe de chine and chiffon I Owing to the bridge tournament at
trimmed in real lace. Mrs. Sandy I the Rosalind Thursday, the suffrage 1 J
i 1 I'tea to be held at the home of Mrs. .
Mebane, mother of the groom wore a
{I I
'Beardall will be till
postponed Friday
of black de chine.
gown Immediately crepe after the ceremony,I'I[afternoon. At this meeting the state "LOVE, FIREWORKS AND 1

delicious ice cream, cake, mints, and i!banner will be presented. THE JANITOR"

nuts were served. The wedding was I| -o- For Sale

witnessed by only the families of the :MEETING OF CATHEDRALS. Joker Comedy. A scream from !

bride and groom and a few intimate S. TEACHERS.The .

friends. The out of town guests regular monthly meeting of start to finish. 1 House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price
were Mrs. D. C. Thompson, of Orlando the Cathedral Sunday school teacherswas

Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Mebane, held Monday evening in Dean

Miss Myrtle Mebane Miss Fannie I j Remsen's office at the Chapter House, 10 cents 5 cents 450000. A bargain.I .

Bell, and W. W. Ballou, all of South [and was followed by a pleasant social I

Boston, Va., and Miss Rena Coffield I time the senior class of the Sunday .

of Apex. I school also attending. The superin- Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. ,I
Mr. and Mrs. :Mebane left on the (Continued on page 8) I

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located lots on terms. As encouragement 1

Protect Your Lawn, Flowers and Garden I to first" 10 buyers, will sell ,

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

cent on deferred payments.


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

Bound Hose. Lawn of all kinds J

Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building ,

Phone 555 ;


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Lake Site WANTED Jitr ber, T..1E1t115 aiu:1: hill;1eS
of good celery and lettuce uncultivated -
I land, valued at $450, for secondhand
j 5 passenger Ford car. Address
WANTS'I'! E. S., care Sentinel. 4-25-6t 1 b4 \

I I WANTED-Position by young lady
Two I I j I stenographer, with six years practical -
experience. Best of references."X. .
The Morning Sentinel Want Y. O." care Setinel.123t5;
Directory is the Greatest Want ORLANT )()
Real Bargains. Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR EXCHANGE-Buick car, with ,
new magneto, for Orange county ,
Terms Cash in Advance. grove land. Max Isen, 601 W. Church
street. 3 2a "it*
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES +

two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t: ALL THIS WEEK Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on
For Three Days ____________50c Special prices on ladies' hose, table I
$15 per acre. For Six Days _________--____75c linen, large line of corsets that we are _
For One Month ____________$2.50 closing out, ladies' dresses; special
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of assortment of ladies' waists at 50c. (
25 words or less. If the ad con- Slemons' Millinery and Dry Goods
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate Store. 4-25-'Jtc

$20.00 per acre. each will be additional one cent word per for word each for in- Kodak finishing left at Robinson's

sertion.If Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock then NATIONAL! GAS RANGE WEE\ [ [

See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to xt day. 3-3-tf

counts opened by telephone will be TRACY & MGORfc, CARPENTERS
payable' the following day. House repairs of all kinds done
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; THE BIRTHDAY OF THE
Every Home-Every Business< screen doors and windows a specialty; "
sleeping porches, counters, shelving, \ '
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. garages, office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get our !
Watkins Block PHONE 504 orices. 18 East Church street. f First Gas Rang
postal will bring us. ;;- 1-1mo.

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, 6 chairs, PARDON I
3 rockers, 1 dresser, 1 washstand, 1
foundation kitchen safe, 1 table, 1 machine, 1 3- Notice is hereby given that Louis Fifty-one years ago the first gas range cooked its first mfeal.

stone building can buy blocks, sidewalk I.."WXYZ"burner oil care stove Sentinel., all good as 4-27-3t.new. Kilgore( of, who Criminal was at Court the of Novemberterm Record. It didn't look much like the wonderful new gas ranges of 1915.It .

tile, or anything in my Orange County Florida, 1914.! con-
line at reduced. Call around victed of the offense of carnal intercourse was clumsy-imperfect-but even at that it quickly proved
BARGAIN in Ford touring car. See
with unmarried female
and let me surprise you on Frank Hyers at stone yard, 103 W. 18 years of age, and on the 15th of its superiority over other ways of cooking. ,
prices. Livingston avenue. 4-25-3tc November, 1914, sentenced by said
FOR SAl,E-One good Jersey cow, court, will apply to the Board of Par- This week is being celebrated all over the country as Na-
just fresh; one good brood mare, '
F. D. GORE ons at Tallahassee, Florida, for a
nine years old, perfectly gentle, will I pardon of such conviction at its next tional GAS RANGE WEEK, in honor of this father of all gas
work anywhere. J. W. Childers,
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. regular meeting. ;
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. Ocoee, Fla. 4-23-61 I l-21-10tc LOUIS KILGORE. ranges. In honor of the greatest househould help of modern

FOR SALE-A good A-l horse. For times.
I particulars call at 104 Garland St. JUST HECEI'EDBlack
velvet ribbon in all widths. The spirit of the week is co.operation---mutual helpfulness
New line of hats.
New wreaths and new flowers.Slemmons' and ourselves. 1
you that you are not married to? between you
I have a new 7 room house, modernin Millinery and Dry Goods
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER every respect, in good location. Store. 4-25-Stc Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or not, we I
Office corner Orange Avenue and Nice young ten acre grove at Conway,

Church St.. Davis & McNeil Bids- one-half sell or trade mile one from or brick both. road.Now's Will the I buy BUYERS, sell rent AND, and SELLERS exchange real want to show you the wondeeful improvements that have been ,

Phone 419.Great. time.you don't Don't believe wait this until call too and late.see; or If 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 ,

address C. E. P., Orlando, Fla., Route $20,000,000. Call and see me.
No. 1, Box 43. 4-22-6t. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. more than ever the ideal stove for home cooking. It will only

Reduction take few minutes of time and we know you'll find it
FOR SALE-Garage, fully equipped, Dr. F. F. a your ,
plenty of work. If you are a me- ThompsonDENTIST
chanic this is :your opportunity,small interesting.
Sale on amount capital required. Address
f Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf
113; S. Orange A>e., over Curtis &

FOR SALE-ChoIce cut roses and O'Neals. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
Jams Jelliesand bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson, Bar- !
tholomew Place, Colonial Drive.
4-16-2w PHONE 646
FOR SALEA For Eight Cylinder adillac
clean, nice cash business for a
hustler, on easy terms; requires only FIRST CLASS REPAfRINGBAUNARD .. s
Canned Fruits small cash payment, balance to suit -
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. & SON

R We have more than we desire to 4-9-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 17 12-10-lm Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla. JONES[ GOES JUST THE[ SAM[

carry in stock, so we are going to give modern cottage conveniences, seven rooms, roomy and porches bath,, ONLY $1,000BEFORE

them away at cost price. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

t Sale will last all this week. 2-23-tf Cut Flowers

j FOR and SALE tools best OR farm RENT-With in county stock; variety My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

i fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock and Plants
i CARUTHERS & GORE er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- MAY 5thbuys same time it always has. \

f t New Modern Grocery FOR RENT Floral Designs TIME TABLE t.

FOR RENT- 6-room house, modern, the 2 corner lots east of Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.CAREY .
clo in. Address
e House, care Sentinel -
I 4-28-3t my residence, sidewalks, nice
i Phone 200

FOR RENT-Furnished Flat, Ridge- fence, oaks and palms. WEST Read Down BOUND EAST BOUD
x 6 and 8 East Pine St. wood ave. Inquire O. K. Bakery.4-28-6t .violet. Dell Florist. Up

Worth $1500 or more. A.l\I.IA.1\1. P. l\1./A.1\1/ P.\L! P. 1\1.
FOR RENT-Five room house with
Reason for low price is that Orlando '
lights, water and loca- -
gas; good 6:30'10.15 3:00 I 9.30 i.3ol: 6.00
tion; four blocks from M. E. church, J. M. CARUTHERSPhone Ocoee -
Orlan o..Was on east side; rent reasonable. Inquire purchaser must agree to 7:30111.15 4:00: ;I 8.3C 12.30: 5.'JO
ington 207 Palmetto street. 4-27-3t* Winter Garden i. l ;
build. 7:45; :3c 4 30 8.15 I2. I5: 4.45
509. 408 South Lake St. Oakland 8:00---: 8.00--
i FOR RENT New, Modern Five I : 4:30 I 4.30
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. Terms if desired. -- -
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FOR RENT-Large, cool, well fur-
: DRAWING ROOM nished rooms at Windermere, Dr. S. S. Jones
on Lake Lucerne; every convenience;
terms moderate. 4-25-3tc CHIROPRACTOR
) FOR RENT-Cottage, for the summer graduate Davenport College, 17 and
l or by the :year, cheap. T. A. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone

First Car on March 16 Yancey. 3-28-tfc are 209.being Intelligent restored people to health everywhere by chiropractic A. J. TAYLOR DIRECTOR

adjustments, the science lOR.
For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- new
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf of removing the cause of disease Examination AND EMBALMERAll ]
VIA free. 12- "-lm\
PHONE 696 ,
FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- I
nished or unfurnished; low rates to
Atlantic Coast Line permanents; close in; vacancies in
East Central Avenue
two houses all Under New Management 905 calls
; improvements. See answered Promptly
Standard Railroad of the South owner, 301 East Livingston avenue.

Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. 3-30-lmo ,I Smyth HouseCorner or Night. Hand Block. '
An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
Tuesdays, Thursdays at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf Main and Jefferson Sts. i Orlando Florida.PHONE
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Chair One Block from Court House OON'T WORRYIf ,
and Saturdays Car party Washington and New I
York, Wednesday night, April 28, via FURNISHED ROOMS AND i 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457.
:.eavingOrlando on Train 82, the Atlantic Coast Line. Rats: S 17. O. BOARD

at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri- I See C.. F.Get Bieler.your identificaticr 820 West Centralavenue cards Rates by Day or Week. Summer

days and Saturdays.For from city ticket .gent or depot ticket Rates Now On. you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets agent. 4-lS-tf MRS. J. II. McCAMYCLINT getting a new Eas-

call on A. C. U Local Ticket FOR EXCHANGE-Would like to exchange ter Suit we can put your You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
nice lot in Bartow, Fla., i iI condi-
Agent. old one in good !
I our Auto Body Polish. It beats
lot of equal value in Orlando. Phone iI them all. .
632. 4-27-6tc I tion for just such occas-
ions. 1 Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers .
PUBLIC TYPEWRITING done accurately atFinley's
and rapidly. Two years' ex i I
perience. Reasonable rates; Satis-
faction guaranteed. Call or address. West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
Miss Mabel Durham. Phone 570. Box \ PioneerJust
727. city. 4-27-6t Successor. to Dry Cleaning

Take your Kodak films to Robinson. Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
DR. L H. RAUSDELLOlTOMETRISTf 3-3-tf CompanyWood Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court

Advertise all the time-not extravagantly of All Kinds streets.
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE not wastefully, but don't givean'body PROMPT ---
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES a chance to forget you. SERVICE Umbrellas recovered and repaired Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.

AND DO ALL KINDS OF REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair
OPTICAL REPAIRING All money g.tters-want ads. Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

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Sold 68 pieces of property in 1914.[ They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you mustdo

one thingSJLTISFY

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


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little pecuniery loss to America. The investigators found also that B. Y. I*. U. CONFERENCE STARTS THE LITTLE STEPS
WAR KEEPS ABOUT $$250000,000 Before this time last year the big GRAPEFRUIT JUICE EASILY it was posible to freeze the g-rape-I WEDNESDAY !
steamship companies had thousandsof i fruit juice into solid ice and then by The days are little steps we take

MONI advance bookings and were as- : BOTTLED FOR SUM- I whirling the ice in a centrifugal machine Tampa, fla.-The district confer-' From away joy transcendant or front
TOURIST :sured great profits.In I j i to take out a large part--of the I ence of the Baptist Young People's J I grief supreme;
1914 the steamship companies II water and leave the solids and flavoring Slowly we go, yet surely, day and
EY HERE THISSUMMER carried 1,200,000 passengers across; I MER BEVERAGEA E matter of the fruit. This freezing Union will convene in this city on Until
at last there seem
I the Atlantic from or to this port. and concentrating of the juice 1 Wednesday morning. The sessions (For all we would be faithful)
The average fare for the first class I 'I greatly reduces the bulk and makes a I will continue through Thursday af vague and faint,
was $120.00, second class $50.00, and simple method of bottling the product which can be sterilized by ternoon. As some receding, half remembered
I third or steerage, $35.00 Taking in I'I'juice of grapefruit for use in making I heating and kept indefinitely. Care I I Devotional exercises will be led by dream.
:!all the Atlantic ports, the companies ;. acid beverages is advocated by the I must be taken to keep the juice" from |I Rev. Wallace Wear of Lakeland; Arthur The days are little steps that lead us
New York.The State Department received a total of $83,035,780.Tour ; :[United States Department of Agricul- I coming in contact with iron. II | Flake will conduct ac lass in B. j onTo
now refuses passports to all save experts here, figuring the.I ture as a means of gaining a useful I Those who wish to make a clear I'Y. P. U. manuel. Addresses of welcome -I never love or sorrow. Thoughwe
those who have business in Europe. amount the travelers spent in Europe, i by-product from thousands of case of juice, may filter the grapefruit juice i' will be delivered by Howard I That certain goal beyond the farthest
In addition to the billion dolars a year (state this must have been. about 1 grapefruit which are now wasted. before it is heated by adding to it ,Martin and Rev. C. W. Duke, both of dawn,
which the excess of export over im-:i$200,000,000. Adding this to the j An investigation was undertaken at from 2 to 3 per cent (about 3 ounces I this city. Hon. Hugh Jones, of Lakeland I We may not haste nor rest
port of merchandise is bringing to the'I|cost of the steamship trips, the to- I the urgent request of Florida grapefruit avoirdupoise to the gallon) of infus- | will deliver a response. I Till stand at the, 'house of joy or. pain wo
United States, the country is now as- :'tal amount spent on European travel j growers who reported that the orial or Fuller's earth well washed I Part of Wednesday morning will be And one comes forth to peer his one
'sured of the sum amounting to about j was about $300,000,000. If $50,000,000 1 market during the season would not ]with hot water. The mixture is then I Ij II taken up with organization. The delegates night's quest.Theodosia .
'$250,000,000 which pleasure seeking :is taken as the amount which will be I I take up a large proportion of the j I foced through a non-metallic filter j will be enrolled; minutes will Garrison in Ainstee'

Americans ordinarily spend in Euro- j expended by European voyagers, on j grapefruit crop, and asked 'the De- I I press and the clear juice reheated and I II Ii be read; committees will report, so
pean resorts and on the translantic i I see and land, this summer, we have a partment to determine the posibility I boiled. With the freezing process, ,:will unions. NEW SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE
steamships of lines the profits of ,:quarter of a billion good American ': of utilizing the fruit or its juice in the juice is filtered after concentration Wednesday afternoon Rev. George SUNDAY, APRIL 23:
which go to Europeans. j I dollars which can be tempted out of ;some profitable way. I about twice the amount of in- Hyman, of Sanford, will deliver an
American shore and mountain re-I j pockets by summer resort managers i' All that is necessary, according fusorial or Fuller's earth being used address, and the "Relations of the B. Change of Schedule on the Atlantic
sorts are sure to be crowded this sum clever enough to attract them. i the Government's fruit juice special- per gallon of concentrate. i i Y. P. U. to the Church" will be dis- Coast Line
mer. The Panama-Pacific Expesition i i ists, is to bring the grapefruit juice The chemists, in connection with 'cussed by Rev. R. E. Reed, of Bartow.A. SOUTH BOUNDNo.
is indirectly benefited by the war and ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 1 to the boiling point in a porcelain- this bottling of grapefruit juice, no- C. Wright, of Lakeland, and Miss Xo.. 80 S5--Ix Leave ave Orlando Orlandon6.J5____3:24 p.m.Xo. p.m..
American general business also gets I The trustees of the Church Home lined or enameled kettle, pour it while tify the public that the same process |. Howard Stevens, of Plant City, will So:;-Leave Orlando----3:05 a.m.
an impulse which partialy offsets the and Hospital held a recent meetingand still hot into bottles, which then are is not suitable for bottling the juice of discuss the Junior Uuion. The program NORTH BOUND
evi1 effects of the beginning of. the ; decided to change the name of :i hermitically sealed. The juice when oranges or lemons, which will not re- for each day is replete with interesting No.Xo. 84 82--Leave Leave Orlando Orlar.doln____!: :56: a.a.m.m.
conflict. :I the institution, and hereafter it will so handled will keep indefinitely, and tain their flavor if handled in this 1 features. Xo. 80-Leave Orlando____2:43: p.m.
There will be no gay scenes of farewell !'be known as St. Luke':$: Hospital. The provides a base for grapefruit-ade or ; way. |I -
on the mammoth docks of Chel- hospital is under the management of other acid beverages having the char- While as yet, as far as known, there -- --- -

sea and Hoboken this May and June, the Episcopal church, with Bishop acteristic acid, somewhat bitter, flavorof is no commercial market for sterilized !
as crowded leviathans of the sea bear :Mann as its head. Mrs. Cooper, who the fruit. Experiments show, how- grapefruit juice, it is believed that j Why don't you call and let us quote you our low
away their burdens to the atractionsof has been the faithful house motherfor ever, that it is highly important that many persons will find this juice, with
the old world. Instead railroad the past ten years, has resignedand the bottle be completely filled so thatno the addition of water and sugar, a
lines will rejoice in the increase of : will be succeeded temporarily byi layer of air be left between the top pleasant variation from lemonade or Summer Rates at the
the highest class patronage on lines i I i Miss Mann, the daughter of the bish- of the juice and the cork or seal. limeade. Those who like grapefruit I
leading to the White Mountains, the .op, who is now returning from work When air in any amount comes in should find the beverage inviting.The .
Adirondacks and the Maine woods. i i under the Red Cross in Europe. The contact with the top of the sterilized method is so simple that those in i Ercl.pire: HotelThe ::
Sailing of passenger vessels from hospital has accomplished a vast juice it will cause the juice to changeits regions where grapefruit are cheap
New York have been cut in half. The amount of good during its.existence, color. In handling the juice it is and plentiful can prepare this pro- added
Lunch Room ,
actual tonnage loss is much greater. j i i'and the management hopes for such particularly important that it be kept duct on a small scale with ordinary Dining Room with the Quick

Most: of the passengers now assistance and continued support that from coming in contact with iron or household appliances. I makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
are delayed army reservists of the even much greater work may be donein other metals easily acted upon by
Allies or others whose going mean the future. acids. Don't overlook the want ads. !i I
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R RemiD too Remington 1a a I 1

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year, '
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.

Quality y Refinment j
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14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000. 1
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic- t

Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year.

ally. Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches. Price 200000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt. 1 j

Price f.o.b. Detroit
$695 .75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling 1

-- --- -- __ u_ Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hot el completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00.Iortgage r j"
$7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends
rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00. Mortgage $11,500.00. Want good 1
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.

b We have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort 1
: \ a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -

'- -, Ask us for what :you want; we can supply your needs. 1 1j
r the occupants.
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We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago .

r&'e. \ Income Property.WARING. '

2': .,: : .'<.. The power that com
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Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-: 1

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, D. WARING, 1M gr. ]

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


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

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Mr. Peter Mack returned yesterday -
afternoon from a successful business SOLID
trip to Jacksonville.Mrs. AS

B. F. Fuller and little son left
rT yesterday afternoon for Lakeland to ;;
visit relatives and friends.Mr. .

I I L I ILITII I i ffi! T UF I I
and Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson were .
among those leaving yesterday for
@ their homes in other states.

Mother Superior and Sister Ger-
; r trude returned :yesterday afternoon
from Tampa where they have been
for the past three dajs. =
i Jt
A BANK FOR ALL THE Mr. T. J. Minor ,one of Ocoee's well
known citizens, was in Orlando yesterday -
FAMILY: I I : : en route to Tampa on business
I matters.
The boy or girl, young I I
I man, business woman and Mr. F. W. Hill, a prominent mer- % -
I housewife will all find this chant and postmaster at Narcoossee,
I Bank useful from their own spent yesterday in Orlando, mingling \
particular point of view. The business with pleasure.Mr. .
broad and efficient service
meets the requirements of all E. H. Tomlinson, one of Jack-

classes and covers every I I sonville's leading real estate dealers EVERY NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE
banking need as applied to and popular citizens, is spending today -
both. 1 in Orlando, a guest at the San
Savings Accounts and Check- Juan. BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
THE STATE BANK OF have spent the season at their pretty GOLD IS ISSUED CURRENCY.A .
home in Windermere, were in Orlando
i I[where they will spend the summer. OF THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WHICH \
Miss Carrie Rappold, niece of Mr. ING.
and Mrs. II. Green, who has spent the
[W] rErir ] winter at 210 East Amelia, left yes-
terday afternoon over the Atlantic The Peoples National Bank
Coast Line for Lockport, N. Y.

Mr. and Mrs. William Knowles and

daughter, Miss Odelle, departed yes-
terday morning over the Atlantic
__ __ __ m_ __ __ Coast Line for Old Orchard Beach,
Maine, where they will spend the
{heated term.

Miss Alice Peck was amorfg the IIII.IIIIIIIIIIII't.I..I..I..J'a.1"1-' "J. I
popular winter residents leaving Or-
lando yesterday afternoon over the
Atlantic Coast Line for Jordan, N. Y.
Miss Peck owns considerable valua-
ble realty in Orlando and a pretty
I home Amelia
r on avenue.

Y I i I Mr and Mrs. E. L. Porter and sons, RUSSIAN WHITE OILA

I Masters Lamar and Clifton, were in
Orlando yesterday from Lake Wales
where they had been visiting rela-
tives. They left on the afternoon
train for their home in Blackshear, perfect lubricant with absolutelyno
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tendent, Mr. F. II. Williams, gave an
interesting review of the last institu- THINK WHAT THAT MEANS
tion and Dean Remsen followed witha
helpful address on desired methodsof
work in Sunday schools, and of
ideals which teachers should strive to
attain. After the hour's study all ad-
journed to the main room of the
"Wftife BeautyHoosier I Chapter House and took part in two
MttMnti tm mtt-- little guessing contests, the first a
"Musical Romance," for which Miss

Kitchen CabinetSaves I whose Bertha names Dawson supplied played the the numbers missing San Juan Garage Company f

words. Ten of the contentants drew
straws for the prize, Miss
Alice Allen
miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash,
$1.00 week. receiving a musical instrument as I 11..I.III I.III..I.jlell'III.II..ul.I..t. . ... . .
memento of her skill. In the second
contest, Miss Eileen James carried off
Hoosier White is
Beauty now on Display. Let us
the honors. Fruit punch and cakes
show you the special features for Florida. I
served later.
were The hostess next 4 4I r.
month is Miss Allen, Miss Madeline
OSCAR HAND & SONSole I Allen having the review and Miss Kil-
mer the advance work. .
: .

Agents for Orange County I All committee-O-meetings of the Civic '.- _. .

1 League will be held at the San Juan ..1
.. ;
hotel. The Civic League will hold all .
!t. '
I business meetings at the Sorosis Clubrooms ; f. .
at 3 o'clock the last :Monday: of .
..Illllltllii . . . IIMI 14.I each month. When early taught, children generally con- .......

-0-- tinue to be thrifty and provident through : .' i
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES I BRIDGE PARTY. Youth, Maturity and Old Age. J .. :
". ...
:Mrs.: James Laughlin III. }"esterdayafternoon .. I I
entertained at bridge,, This institution recommends the Savings 1 ; d c ( .IJ :.
eighteen tables of I :
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin guests. First prize was players won by being Mr I Account as the easiest means of teaching 1;

M. B. Davis, and second honors went children to save. Children quickly take ; 3 }
to Mrs. William Lege, both prizes be-I I
Pendantor ing silver jewel boxes. The guests I pride in their own personal accounts arid

cut for the third prize which was cap I easily develop the ability to regularly add 1 .
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best tured by Mrs. Dozier, of Ocala, it being I
., value for a beautiful large basket filled to them.
your money by coming to us. I Mi
with sweet peas. An ice cream course
We specialize in pieces of the better class fine was served. The tables were artistically I I i 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. =
.goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof I set on the spacious porches of I
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly the Laughlin home. In finding part
low. We also offer you choice selections and ners and tables little Japanese hand I
the best
service. -
painted place cards were used, four of
We are organized to the same colors and designs. I
produce QUALITY, and we do it
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the .

"THE delightful A jolly RUSHES.crowd cottage"is at owned"The by Rushes Mr. and," a OF1allO n Bank & Trust t Coffillally

Mrs. Gray Rush on the western banks
T. H. EVANS of Lake Conway. The. party includes I i
Mr. and Mrs. Gray Rush, Mr. and i
Mrs. W. C. Essington, Mr. and : I ORLANDO, FLORIDA .
LeRoy B. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. W.\Irs'l
t JEWELER; Glenn, Miss Mary Robinson, and :
I : Marguerite Drennen. The camping I !

t ...tJ..IIII, IIIIIIIIIIIIIII. party will continue until Sunday. '..;.'


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