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 29, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00246
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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r Paris Says Day Has Been Comparatively or- Sultan Informed Allies Fail to

Quiet-Ad- Railroad Commission)' Reduce Make HeadwayBombardby Senator Gornto Would Take the -

Freight Rate Grain Game Laws Out of Handsof WANTED
vantage Rests With on Moonlight in the Guadaljara Is In PLATT TO KNOW

and Flour Shipments Fish and GameCommission
the Allies Dardanelles WHERE HE STOOD,
v Within StateBy Possession Villa i !

Paris, April 28.-A dispatch from London, April 28.-The war office

t Nancy to the Temps says that a German C. F. Johnson announces that the allied troops, in By C. F. Johnson Washington, April 28.-The Villa I

Tallahassee, Fla., April 28.Special ( have Tallahassee, Fla., April 28.-Con- agency announced today that General IVICE-PRES. LIKE PROFESSORSHIP
aeroplane flying at a great height the face of continual opposition,
to the Sentinel.)-The Davis reg- end tending that the game in each countyis Juan Bandora was advancing, against
dropped three bombs in the central established themselves across the
ulation bill passed the senate by vote not the property of the state but Ubregon with 10,000 Zapatistas, and I
t. of the Three from the
quarters town. persons of the Gallipoli peninsular,
of 20 to 11. The only amendment that same is owned by the county and claims that Guadalajara is still in the Did Not Accept Nomination
jIo were killed and six dangerously point northeast of Eski Hissarlik to
changes the hour of closing to 6 m. that the matter of enforcing the laws of Villa I
i wounded. The French aeroplanes p. the mouth of the stream on the oppo- possession the forces. The I From Platt,_but From the
It looks now sure to the house. should be left to the counties individually it has
intercepted a
agency says ,
the German who have also
gave pursuit to es- site side, and that they Unanimous Voice of
J The local option compulsory school certain members of the houseof message which declares that Manuel
caped. beaten off all attacks at Sari Bair |
attendance passed the house, calling and are steadily advancing. representatives will make a vigorous Chao, one of the Villa generals, was Delegates

for votes in counties for adoption.The fight for the restoration of the
Paris Statement The report adds: "The Turks made executed by the order of Villa on the'
railroad commission held a old game law system and for the abolishment 14th instant. Syracuse, N. Y., April 28.-Theo
Paris, April 28.-The following considerable preparations to hamperthe
hearing on a petition fora 25 percent of the present fish and game dore Roosevelt today sought to justifyhis
communication was issued tonight: landing, with wire entanglementsunder
\ reduction in the rate for hay, department. A measure introducedin THE WEATHER subservience to Boss Platt, which
"The day has been comparatively the sea as well as on land, and
grain and flour shipped within the the senate by Senator Gornto and Florida: Generally fair Thursday subservience was clearly shown by
uneventful. In Belgium there is no deep pits with spikes in the bottomare
state. to be introduced in the house by Rep- and Friday. the Roosevelt-Platt correspondence,
modification of the situation. among the obstacles overcome by I
resentative Wilson, of St. Johns, will L i in the ordeal' of the cros-examination
"We hold the ground gained three our troops.
take the enforcement of the game which ended early today.

days ago. INTERNATIONAL PEACE laws out of the hands of the present TAFT PLANS TO OBSERVE Most of the time Roosevelt was in
"In the Champagne district the : Constantinople Contradicts
game commisisoner. It does away the hands of his own counsel.In .
. Germans carried 300 meters of our Constantinople, via Amsterdam,
with this department created by thee re-direct examination which he
advanced trenches in the region off CONGRESS OF WOMEN April .-The war minister sent th MEMORIAL DAY \
1913 session of the legislature, declares practically conducted himself, Roosevelt -
Beausejoure, but we have taken half following report to the Sultan:
., the ownership of game and I declared that he "first consulted
of them back. "General Limon von Sanders tele
birds in the several counties of the I Platt on all matters because without
"In the Argonnes and near Marie OPENS ITS CONVENTION AT graphs that the center and right wingof MEETING OF POST 37 G. A.
state; provides for the protection of n.I'Platt he could do n oaffirmative right
Theresa, an attempted attack was immediately the enemy's army has been com- HELD AND ARRANGEMENTS -
THE HAGUE-TO ASK same; provides for hunters' licenses, and wasn't content with negative
stopped by our fire. pletely defeated and hopes that the
TERMS OF PEACE and for game warden, repealing' chap- MADE good."
"At Les the Germans "
Eparges are left wing will undergo the same fate.
ters G534 and 6535, acts of 1913, re- Secondly, he sent Platt a proof of
but i
bombarding no longer attacking
under the same conditions as exist at English Women Are Opposed to Bombardment Violent lating to the same subject. Sphaler Block Is Being Rushed his message as governor because he

The members of the house opposedto to ConstructionOtherNews "wanted to let Platt know clearly
Hartmann's Weiler kopf. Truce-American Deputa- Mytilene, April 28.The bombard
the game commission will endeavorto where he stood, andto pet the benefitof _
tion Includes Forty ment of the Dardanelles during the Items of
have the bill passed which will Platt's advice and learn any ofPlatt's
NINETY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY past three days has been particularly Interest
Women leave the matetr entirely up to the II objections so they might be
OF I. O. O. F. YESTERDAY violent and full advantage has been .
counties, except as to regulation of met.
. The Hague, April 28.-When the taken of a calm sea and pleasant the seasons.YSETERDAY'S. Taft, Fla., April 28.-A meeting of Third, he "took his nomination as

The Orlando Independent Order of International Women's Peace Con weather.At Post 37 G. A. R. and the W. R. C.
governor from the hands of the boss
Odd Fellows celebrated the ninety- gress met here today it became evident times there has been firing by will be held today to make arrange- without being pledged in
RESULTS any way
sixth anniversary of the order yesterday that one of the first matters of moonlight and there was a heavy ments for Memorial day ser"icesla)' either to Platt or the organization."

at the Fair Grounds. The important discussion will be the resolution bombardment early today. National League 30, and for Memorial day, which will Fourth, though Platt insisted on

meeting was called to order at 11 of the Dutch women who issued be observed on Monday, May 31.
him for
nominating vice-president, it
o'clock by the chairman, the Rev. J. B. the call for the congress that the belligerent WINNERS TO BE ANNOUNCED Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 0. New Block Progressing Platt
not but "the
was unanimous
Cincinnati 8 9.
Ley delivered the invocation. After W. G. is his
countries be called upon publicly SOON Sphaler rushing new
voice of the delegates at the Philadel-
St. Louis 6, Pittsburg 7.
the members had sung the openingode to define the terms on which New York-Boston rain. block right along. The upper storyis phia convention" which forced him to

an address of welcome was de they are willing to make peace, and The Board of Trade contest con American, to be partitioned off into rooms to accept the office he considered of"*ess

livered by W. R. O'Neal. Others on for this purpose immediately to de ducted in the Sentinel for the best League let, in anticipation of the crowds that value' than
Washington 1 a professorship of hi6-
the program were Mrs. Charles Phil clare a truce.Opposition. slogan, best way to advertise Orlando Philadelphia are coming next winter, for they all "
Detroit 12, St. Louis tory.
lips, who spoke on the "Origin of the to this demand for a etc., will be announced in a few say they are coming back to Taft, Fifth he

Odd Fellow," and Mr. W. II. Brokaw,, truce is headed by the English wo days. There were so many contest Chicago 7, Cleveland 3. "the beauty spot of Florida," and will Platt's appointed no man on
suggestion unless he considered
who spoke on the I. O. O. F. in gen- men. While insisting on a statementof ants that the judges have had a difficult cold weather. bring more with them. that
Federal man was the best
eral. The Rev. Dr. Stagg was also a terms, the British group will move time of it in arriving at a de League James F. Harrington, secretary for possible
Chicago 13, Kansas City 1. man for the place, and also that
speaker.Teh to omit the demand for a truce from cision. The papers are in the handsof the drainage commission, has openedan all his
meetings with Platt
dinner, which was prepared by the resolution. the third judge, Mr. Howe, and he Baltimore-Brooklyn, wet grounds. office in Dr. Filbert's cement build "the were on
Buffalo-Newark distinct understanding that fu'I!
the Rebekahs, consisted of sandwiches More than four hundred prominentwomen is expected to finish his perusal of the wet grounds. ing, so if you have any business with be "
publicity them.
salads, cakes and coffee, and was were present at the first of papers today. St. Louis-Pittsburg, rain. Jim, call at the sign cf the (defunct) ::

enjoyed by all those present. The afternoon the three days sessions today. They Southern League "Prosper Colcr.y" office on Palm avenue

session was started at 1:30 represented Germany, Britain, the TO CLAY COLONIAL DRIVE Atlanta 3, Mobile 2. and Fourth street, where he will "STONEWALL" JACKSON FA 151

o'clock by singing. Misses Stevens United States, Belgium, Russia, Norway Birmingham 2, New Orleans 0. be found with L.J ..en loaded for bus TO BE MADE OVER INTOA :
Nashville 9, Little Rock 6. PUBLIC PARK
and Barker sang a very pretty duet Sweden, Denmark, Austria-Hun H. Carl Dann announced yesterdaythat iness.

entitled "Florida, My Florida," to the Memphis 6, Chattanooga 7. Mr. E. J. Mansfield
gary, and Italy, while Holland women he would improve Colonial Drive of St Peters

tune "Maryland, My Maryland." were the hostesses. The British dele- by putting in a center fifteen South Atlantic League burg, Fla., was a business caller here Weston W. Va.-The farm near
Next the program the Charleston 3, Savannah 0. last here on which Gen. Stonewall Jacksonwas
on was addressof gates numbered over a hundred. feet wide and six inches from Wednesday, registering at the
the Rev. J. B. Ley, who spoke on The American deputation of forty deep Augusta 2, Columbia 2; eleven innings Nelson House. reared is to be transformed into
Magnolia avenue east. The new add
why he liked the Odd Fellows. Mrs. includes Miss Jane Addams, the notedsocial tion has been greatly improved by the darkness. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Estes visited i :'a public park, according to an ann -

4 Ethel Bell Stevens concluded the ora worker, Mrs. Louis F. Post, erection of six new residences and six Columbus Macon 3. St. Cloud for a few days last week 'I nouncement today by the traction

torical with wife the Jacksonville 1, Albany 11. looking the "Wonder company which has purchased the
program a very appro of United States assistant contracts have been let for new dwellings over City. Mr.
address entitled "The Beautiesof and Mrs. T. F. property. The old homestead was destroyed
priate secretary of labor, Mrs. William I. which will be completed in se Redwood, of Kissim- -

the Rebekah Degree." Next came Thomas, secretary of the ChicagoPeace eral months. The Colonial Drive sec vAVAIL ADDRESS STATE PEACE mee, accompanied them home for amill by fire recently, but the grist

the "sports," which caused much ex Society, Miss Florence Hot tion has electricity, water and gas. SOCIETY short visit.Is in which the famous Confederate

citement and merriment. ---- House general worked during his boyhood, is
brook, Mrs. William R. Lloyd, and I Building on Wheels
Tampa.-Arranging details I for the Mr. T. still standing. The place has been
Mrs. Robert Kohlhammer, of Chicago, STATE PEACE I R. Adams, manager of the

ANOTHER LARGE PARTY TO and Miss Alice Carpenter, Mrs. Frank TODAY CONVENTIONOPENS peace convention to be held in Orlando novelty_ .works,__has_ _solved_ the moving named "Stonewall Jackson park."
I u
NEW YORK Cotheren and Miss Madeline Doty, beginning Thursday, Dr. J. J. Hall, problem. lie is building a house

representing the New York Peace. director of the American Peace So- on wheels, and when he gets tired of PROMINENT WINTER RESIDENTS

The following are some of Orlando's Party.MRS.. At 7:30 o'clock tonight the Hon. ciety for the South, is in Tampa and one locality he can hook on a pair of LEAVE
I Arthur D. Call
national director of
popular winter visitors who em will go to the convention city tomor- mules or oxen and go somewhere else.

barked last night in one of the fine GUERNSEY AND MRS.IIORTON the liver American address Peace Society, will de row. The state convention will open Great invention for roving people. It The following prominent winter M

steel, electric lighted coaches over the 1917 CANDIDATES an at the Presbyterianlecture in the Orange county metropolis with beats a tent "16 to 1." residents who have been spending the

Atlantic Coast Line for New York room; thus opening the four I an address by Prof. A. D. Call ofVashington season in Orlando, left last night over
D. A. R.
days session to be held in Orlando.As .
\ and there the Atlantic Coast Line in
will be a num- a private
where will
they go to their respective 600 ACRES OF WHEAT IN WASHINGTON -
a result of this meeting it is expected I ber of prominent speakers. The Pullman car: Mr. and Mrs. ThomasH.
homes in the North and East sessions ARE
Washington, D. C.-Mrs. George
that other cities will fall into .
will last Thompson and
Mr. and Mrs. F. through Sunday. daughter, Mrs.
C. Beiler
Mr. and Thatcher Guernsey, of Kansas, and line and affiliate with the BY CRICKETS
organization. :
Mrs. Albert Buck, C. E. Harvey, Miss Mrs. John M. Horton, of Buffalo, N. Margaret Galey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bil-
JOHN L. CENTER IS NOMINATED lingsley, Mrs. Kate Pollock, :\lrs.1\lar-
O'Brien C. G.
1laY8larcia Anderson Wash.
Y., left for their homes today after Spokane -Six hundred acres
Mrs. I. L. Cummings, Mrs. Pres formally announcing their candidacy I MAYOR AT ST. AUGUSTINESt. of wheat have been destroyed by ;aret Barr, Mrs. M. Shupe, Mr. and
ton Raynor, St. Cloud; Mrs. A. W. I for president general of the Daughters crickets in the Wilson creek sectionof Mr. Mayer and
PER DAY Augustine.-John L. Center daughter, and Mrs. N. Cliff.
Phillips, St. Cloud; Mr. and Mrs. W. of the American Revolution i in was Grant county, Washington, accord- The

D. Rouse, St. Cloud Mrs. F. G. nominated over David R. Dunham, party will go to Pittsburg :.nd
; i 1917. Mrs. Guernsey was defeated ing to a report made today by C. W.

Knapp, St. Cloud; James Kibler, :\lr.1 last week for the office by Mrs. William I The Orlando Water and Light Company 414 to 338, yesterday. Creel, cereal and forest insect expertof Brownsville, Pa.
has pumped on an average of City Clerk Lawrence Pomar I
and Mrs. Jacob Ke'serlr.. and 3Ir s. tummings Story, of New York. was the federal department of agricul-
one million gallons of water per day renominated over J. G. Flenner, 432to "WEDDING BELLS SHALL RING"It
C. B. Ainsworth, P. D. Martin, W. E. Mrs. Horton failed of election ture.PRESIDENT.
by only
for the past thirty days. As soon as 315. I _
Moore H. S. F. E.
Smalley, Schun- fifty votes for president general two I
dler and wife, J. Killmer and wife, a shower or rain comes up the outputis Dunham and Flenner carried the is doubtful if any announcementmade
years ago.THEO. ::
J. H. Irwin, A. Simmons and wife, decreased one-half. The companyis third, fourth and fifth wards, but ATTEND CHRISTENING in recent months will give mov-

A. W. Wood and wife. making many improvements in and were snowed under in the first and OF GRANDSON ing picture devotees the amount of

SCHAAL IMPROVING around Lake Highland, the source of second wards. Washington, D. .-President Wilson genuine satisfaction as will the trials

the city's water supply. plans to go to WiHiamstown, and tribulations of the cop and his

LEACH, OF TAMPA TRIBUNE, IN Word comes from the hospital at SOUTHERN GLEE CLUB COMING I Mass, Friday for the christening of S'/eetheart, which will be seen for the:

ORLANDOMr. Orlando that Theo. Schaal is vEIGHTY DOG TAGS ISSUED ,his grandson, Francis Sayre, who was first time in Orlando at .he Roof Garden -

Gilbert D. Leach, vicepresidentand ing and that he will recover from The Tampa Tribune, in its last issue I born in the White House. tonight. It will hold the atten-

managing editor of the Tampa the difficult operation performed a Carl Jansen, city clerk, has issued says that Mr. Fred Weiler' a i ii tion of all with marriageable inten-

Tribune, spent several hours very few weeks ago and return to his home eight dog taxes. The list is growingin well known Tampa singer, has gone i New books, new stationery, new tions and might as well be classed as

pleasantly in Orlando yesterday whileen and business in a few weeks.-Sand length every day. More than 300 to Sutherland College Glee Club, music, new Columbia records, at Cur- a page torn from real life. It is interesting -

route to Leesburg. *-- Herald were issued last year. which will sing in Orlando soon. ,tis & O'Neal's, Orange avenue. from start to finish.


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; Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg securedthe Farm
If ; A few passage of a resolution at Monday -
men and women in Rich- night's meeting of the Orlando
mond, Va., on Dec. 10, 1910, realizingthe Board of Trade inviting the General
Harley-Davidson Truck great need of uniting the woman- Assembly of the Presbyterian church -t

t. hood and manhood of our country to to meet in Orlando in May, 1916. This and
F FOR QUICK SERVICE create a public sentiment to fight the invitation supplements the invitation'

liquor traffic, banded themeselves together of the Presbyterian church of Orlando -
to serve Him, hoping by do- and that of the St. Johns Presbytery -
t PHONE 444 I 1!better.this to make the world purer and I as follows: Garden Seed

: To the General Assembly of the Presbyterian -
I This noble band of men and women I Church in the United

f i Good and Bad Cigar Stores felt that they were called of God to States: t
\ \ ,i bring an arrest of thought in the I We, the members of the Board of ,
l '; hearts and minds of the Christian I Trade of the city of Orlando. Florida, Disappointment
seldom ,
F II II 11111 011111111111 II 11111111 : 11111 1111111111111 ,, men and women of this state and and representnig the varied business I comes to those
,:nation, relative to the injury done by and commercial interests of said city, I: who buy their Drugs and Seeds from me.
:the liquor traffic. do most earnestly petition your hon-
! OUR :MOTTO : i! Born in prayer and borne on the ored body to accept the invitation extended People who are particular about who fills

;i i wings of prayer, this organization by the First Presbyterian 1! their prescriptions or >\here they buy
! Small Profits and Quick Returns i I has had the most marvelous growth church of Orlando, to hold the ses- |
jof i any temperance organization in their farm or garden Seed, should give
; sions of your assembly in May, 1916, j
l Here is where ;you pay for the service you get and no ,I!the history of this country. Not in said church. | this Drug Store a trial. Goods delivered I
p yet year's old we have overseen It is our belief that Orlando, owing !
more. In these times you should pay for no service you I thousand members in Virginia to the fact that she has been prepared | night or day. Phone 632.

don't get. Investigate our plan. j'alone. for many years to house and care for
r II Since the organization up to Janu- many thousands of tourists who visit
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO. I'ary 1, 1914, we distributed free over the state of Florida annually, is as
t I.six million pages of temperance and well prepared physically to care for
t W. L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 I prohibition literature. Much of this such a representative body of com- i! City Drug Store

---... j I was given out at the State Fairs, missioners as compose your church !

,i! thus .reaching. thousands,. of people court as would cities the size of Atlanta i
i jirom tms ana otner states. At the Birmingham, Richmond, or for j' tzt J. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy
| fair held this month in Richmond that matter any of our Southern
Show Your ColorsWe over three milion pages of literature cities. I 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA

and ten thousand copies of books of We would affirm also that at the I

.have in*stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a I,the v. P.Bible L. were A. booth.distributed Since from January the of season your of assembly the year that for Florida the convening will be i I!i I

flag, jointed flagpole and iron bracket to hold them.A : 1, 1914, the account of the pages dis- found as delightful from a climatic ,
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big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and tributed could not be kept, because of standpoint as any part of the United -

patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand- the large amount given out, more States.If i
than 32,000:: packages of literature Orlando shall be chosen the '
some sets on your home. as The 1V. arl=etOF
having been given out, making manymillion next place for the meeting of your

pages. assembly, we, the members of the
\v. S. BRANCH On June 27, 1914, we published a Board of Trade, do hereby pledge our QUALITY
Woman's Prohibition paper. Over ten organization to do all in our power in OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE I thousand copies were printed and dis- the way of securing the best rates FRESH AND SALT MEATS

tributed. Many very valuable leaf- and means of transportation whereby Kept under the bear sanitary conditions .....
f fI lets have been published this year. Florida may be seen and appreciatedin I i Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fr**band
Ever since the League has had all her prodigality of natural

ff after headquarters, which was very soon wealth and beauty, by putting before We invite pure inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I the organization, prayer services the commissioners the varied routes
f everything in the Meat Line.
have been held
every Wednesday by rail and water that may be traversed I
I afternoon. We believe it is because in coming to and leaving the
I I of these meetings that the dear assembly.We I H. :jV
k Three Moderate I Lord has shown His approval of our would also urge upon your as- j pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
. work. He knows it is all for Him sembly that Orlando is in the lake ,
I and His children. Once every three region of the state of Florida, and
t[ Priced Cottages months we have a day of fasting and that within a very small radius there --
prayer at the headquarters.Our are between four and five thousand
purpose is to go on with the lakes of varying sizes, constitutingone
F r.i i For Sale or to Rent educational work as we have in the of the largest fresh water bodiesin

1 1t t I past, giving more time, if posible, to the world; and further that the ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
the work for the children, to keepup 'city js located somewhere about the I
the fight until the nation is dry. 'I I center of the state, and therefore .

I your church court would not only find
i t LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL !Orlando a most desirable city in whichto SHEET METAL CO.

t hold its sessions, but without addi-
St. Augustine, Fla., April 22. tional cost to its commissioners a val-
C.A.HOVEY The Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. uable knowledge about the conditions Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
, Dear ,
I Sirs-Acting on suggestions obtaining in this state would be had,
that we have received during the past and in our judgment a betetr understanding and Rubber RoofingsCornices
t year from many persons living or interested of the needs for the work of

{ I in East Florida, from Jacksonville your church in this commonwealthwould Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings
l. to Key West, we have begun be gained thereby.
i iJ the preparation of what might be Most earnestly submitted,
termed an "East Florida Year Book," ORLANDO BOARD OF TRADE.SENDING Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

which we expect to have ready for .
general circulation early next fall. BAGS TO THE FRONT _
This book will deal in considerable
IF YOU NEED detail with the wonderful resourcesof London.The sister of Lieutenant

I East Florida, covering the East Colonel J. A. Tyler, of the British artillery I
Coast, the St. Johns and Kissimmeeriver is collecting bags here for
Letterheads Envelopes valleys, with Lake Okeechobeeand forwarding to the front. To show I i
The Orlando Meat MarketT.
the Everglades. It will be pro- patriotic women the need of these
fusely illustrated and will, in partic- bags she made public today the fol-i i
Cards Announcements ular, deal authoritatively with the ag- lowing from her brother: A. YANCY Manager
ricultural and civic possibilities of "To make a nice commodious house :

Circulars Briefs Hand this favored section. for a few officers in their gun positions -, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Much valuable data and many excellent some 2,000 sandbags are required -
Florida and Western Meats
I photographs have already been and the number needed for a
Bills collected for this book, but there still sinlge battery will run into tens of I
Catalogs, or, remains an immense amount of workto I thousands mile of trenches will Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

do before it will be ready for the require perhaps 100,000. \,
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of TownOrderPHONES
PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE printer. We respectfully solicit your "When we advance we have not

co-operation in compiling data and time to empty our old sandbags; we f Busi"e" 1:5 P. 0. BOX 226
statistics, securing photographs, etc., require fresh ones." Residence |133 Cor. Orange Ave and Church'St.
from your section, and will at all /
Sentinel cEMficeHammond times appreciate suggestions from Don't overlook the want ads. I
you that will help us to make this
,. work the most exhaustive and au-I
; ------ thentic treatise on East Florida
has ever been published. Within I
'r .- few days a complete announcement FtA fIce reami

|of our proposed plans will be sent you
'for your approval.It ,i
&Gore is our purpose to provide for an
extensive circulation of this book I I
i throughout nearly all parts of the II I When you want PURE ICE For Party
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I i United States and to have the same i CREAM call for HAND'S. If

I j ready for distribution sufficiently in i you don't believe that we take Club
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I advance of the tourist ,
season so that I the greatest care in its manuVe make our Ice Cream fromtubercular
j it will give a valuable service in in- Church SocialSchool
facture and watch
come us
COMPARE teresting thousands of Northern i! up tested cows. All
peo- make it. You will be surprised
i pie in Florida who have Social
I cans, moulds and everythingused
FURNITUREWe either remained at home, or spent at the care every detail is given.
OUR : in the manufacture of
I I our
their winters Lodge
California and other Any kind you want, any time
sections of mild climate. I Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilized.
provide the quality of furniture that has I long : you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
furniture the Again soliciting your sincere cooperation .
been accepted by knowing buyers as from a quart up.
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It in this effort, we remain .
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make il'wiht best wishes, I You are cordially invited to Hands Pure
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones THE EAST FLORIDA ANNUAL inspect our factory at any

I of this business- and that means much to any buyer. I I I COMPANY. I time. Ice Cream


Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SU Orlando, Fla. !,I Material is being placed on the HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
J ground and the foundation has been
:laid on West street for the handsome
j.Residence of Mrs. D.1.. Topliff. It
--- will be ercted by Contractor F. A. PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
Our Job Department Peppercorn, which is a guarantee that
Try .
tit will be a modern structure. I .

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J. Father'Now Sees "Little Mary" With Strong Demand for Fruit of Good
(0' Mother and the Children Insteadof Tallahassee, Fta.-An effort will be [
. Seeing Snakes by made to repeal the law that prohibits
Himself ''railroads i issuing mileage to new:pa--

... New York, April 23.-Receipts of pers in return for advertising. Al-
Tj. Palatka, Florida, News is one Florida oranges were moderate. Stock <'I though attacked at every session for :

of the recent observers of the fact showed a good deal of decay but generally ', some years, all measures introduced

that legitimate pleasure takes the excellent quality. Some desir- to repeal the law have met defeat. THE BIG STOREGrocery
place of beer-soaking after the saloons able Valencias have arrived but as Senator Zim, of St. Augustine, on i i

go."Into yet receipts are light. During the Thursday introduced a bill to require
the coffers of the modern picture next week or so there will be a not- railroad companies to publish their

theatre go the nickels and dimesof able increase. The market generally pasenger train schedules in newspa-

women and children who suffered is strong and active on anything desirable pers and to authorize the paymentfor I( !

for simple pleasures when, under the in good condition. Fancies same with transportation. What at- .
old regime the saloons were offering brought $2.65@3.10, with some goinga titude the newspapers will take on the j \

father 'a place to spend his even- little higher; common S2@2.40; question this year is unknown, but the J ,
ings.'" poor $1.50(5)1.90.( Fancy Valencias railroads' representatives will fight j''

The Miami, Florida, Metropolisnotes made $3.25@4, with some extra fine ,the bill.

a similar state of affairs in that bringing $1.50@5.50.Grapefruit When the question comes up for debate : Grocery
town. It says: receipts were heavier in the senate, there will be the
"Since the saloon has been absent and most arrivals showed some de usual flow of oratory about allowingthe

from Miami not only have the picture cay. Best grades, 65s and smaller, railroads to muzzle the press Department Department
shows flourished, but the banks have ranged from $2.15 to $2.50, with fan- through this method of advertising
stored away thousands of dollars of cy up to $3.25. Common brought exchange. On the other hand, the ed-'

the people's savings." $1.75@2, and poor and wasty $1@ i itor of the small town weekly that Strives to assist the pur6Pounds
7 cakes .
11.75. : does not enjoy the railroad advertis- I

EARLY VEGETABLES IX N. Y. ing because the railroads must pay chaser toward
I CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SESSION the cash for the space, would be in Octagon greatest best

Stock Now Coming From Carolinas AT JACKSONVILLE :line to get at least aticket now and

as Well as Florida ;I then, and to perambulate over the Soap economy by giving great- Glcss Starch
Jacksonville, Fla.-Beginning witha great state of Florida in search of

devotional service at 2 o'clock yesterday more things to boost. t est values. Below are a for
New York.-With vegetables mov- Another railroad bill by Mr. Zim for
afternoon, which service was
ing from the Florida, New Orleans authorizes railroads in the state to
led by Superintendent William H. of the wonderful bargains
and Carolina sections, the market has the grant special excursion rates to
Hopkins thirty-second annual
been in fair shape this week, with indications meeting of the General Congregational lodges, or other organizations under 25c. 25c.Saturday.
of better prices in the near certain conditions.Mr. we are offering for
, Conference of Florida convened in
future. Excepting New Orleans
veg- the Union Congregational church, of
etables, which are on the wind-up, and Mrs. James Kincaid, of J
which Rev. Henry T. Sell, D. D., is
due to arrivals of Long Island chic- Daytona, are among the prominent
the pastor.
and escarol and Bermuda 1 Floridians visiting Orlando. Theyare
ory parsley
I The conference will be in session
carrots and beets, and the infe making their home at the San j
today with a program arranged for
rior quality of the Southern tomatoes, Juan.
busy sessions up to Wednesday night
conditions are quite satisfactory. inclusive, which sessions will be attended 1 AI'OI'KA SCRIBE IN CITY Thursday Friday
Chicory and escarol sold at $1@1.50, !
by the Congregational church Mr. F.
S. business
Witherby, man-
curly parsley $1@1.50, plain parsley
i pastors and prominent laymen of this of the ,
$2@4, shallots $3 per barrel, beets ager Apopka News, and promi- j
church in Florida. The
general topic nently identified with that city's industries -
3c. per bunch, carrots Ic. per bunch,
I of the provisional program will be looked
after business
leeks bunch lettuce
1@2c. per $1@
r Open Doors in Florida. ters in or
I a yesterday.
1.50 per barrel.

, Prices on Florida vegetables' were i __u__ ___. ____ __ _
, |
not quite so high, lettuce bringing $1 ,

@1.25, green beans $2.50(5)3.50( ) fancy
wax beans $3@4.50, spotted beans $2, Why don't you call and let us quote you our low j

peas $3@4.50 per large basket, $2@(

I 3 per small basket, peppers $2@3, Summer Rates at the : __
eggplants $2@3.50, according to size .
and quality, cucumbers $3.50@5.75( ) .
cabbage $2.25@3-25 per crate, $1@< Hotel SNAP FASTERNERS
1.50 per basket, celery $1@2( ) for both :
10 and 12 inch crates. Tomatoes Roost Proof A beautiful thin rnaAND GUN METAL

ranged anywhere from $1@3, accord- The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added, : Black and white, 3 dozen terial for wash dres-
ing to condition, while the few fancy, es, 36 inches wide, 25c COLONIAL PUMPSfor
hard ripe obtainable brought higher makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live. quality.


NOTES FROM WIXDERMERE ----- --_ ___ ____ __ __ _u__ __ __ ___ lOc. 19c. $2.69

Windermere, Fla., April 27.-Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Lyon left Tuesday for I ,
their home in Memphis, Tenn. !
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. N. Burden and GLASS VASES VOILES, Plain and White LAWNS AND CREPES

Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Boone, Jr., of Or-
20 inches high all new in Dainty Patterns -
38 inches wide.
lando, dined at Rossmore Inn last
Sunday.Mr. 75c. quality35c. Sic quality22c. 15c values,

and Mrs. E. F. Nofziger and yard

family, accompanied by Mr. Harvey
Keller, left hurriedly for their home lOc.

in Archbold, Ohio, last week, called
there by the sudden death of Mrs. /oL7r'atKLA/IQ MoavrsSPassen
i Nofziger's mother.Mr. r.roynr 3 Cf

lando, were guests at Rossmore Inn PAJAMA CLOTH \
last Sunday.Mr. DRESSES
and Mrs. II. S. Lyon have returned 36 inches wide, 12y2c Made of Galateau,

to their home in Wauseon, Differentand --- quality, 10 yards for .- Chambray and Seer- made of good quality
Ohio. Their cottage will be occupiedfor Bueker> 50c and 75c Gingham, 75c quality !

several weeks by Mr. and Mrs. S. .nInes .

Whitfield. and, of:Mrs.Auburndale.Mr. H. H. Dickson. with a as much better( as it is different 85c. 44c. 58c.

party of friends, motored out to Ross- Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less

more Inn last Friday.A skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. RIBBONS
fishing party composed of These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. DRESS SUIT CASES SHIRTINGSin
Messrs. Z. V. Randerson Geo. A. They are assured by mechanical laws. Beautiful line in plain ti
Baas, J. J. Dominick, and M. D. Lee, 21 inch size, plain colors and fancy Moire, Floral and
of Orlando, spent Monday here fish- weaves, worth up to Dresden patterns, val51.50 J
ing, and lunched at Rossmore Inn. Read the Five Leading Oakland quality98c. 50c. for, yard15c. ues up to lOc.

:Mr. and :Mrs. T. Crooks, the :Misses yard J

Crooks, and :Miss Stroud, of Hamilton I Superiorities BelowEvery j
Canada, who are winter residentsof I 19c.
Orlando, dined at Rossmore Inn I
feature works towards a definite economyj j j jj
last Sunday. : maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with I j
Numerous automobile parties from : low the final SILK CREPES LADIES HOSE l
upkeep are touches of comfort, convenience, I
Orlando journeyed out to Windermerelast ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. I TALCUM POWDER in plain and fancy ;
Pure Thread
Sunday and spent some time rt Embroidered ;
Then-see the Oakland-drive
a pat t e rns, beautifulEvening
Rossmore Inn. Among the number that's a real road test-and decide. Air Float, Large can White only, 1
were noticed Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nolan The Ookland I Shades, 75c. $1.25; value, pair 1
Catalogue upon request. Fours and values, yard
and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Robertson | i
sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 to
Miss Harris, Mr. and Mrs. C. $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. I 8c. 44c. 69c.TOWELING j
G. Westcott, Miss Kilmer, Mrs. and '; i i

Miss Beacham, Mrs. Proctor, Mr. and MOTOR COMPANYPontiac
Mrs. Gray Rush with friends, :Mr.: and :
Mrs. J. T. Thornton, :Mr.: and Mrs. MichiganJ. I MEN'S UNDERWEAR
Thompson, Miss Shupe, Mr. N. P.i i II
I 2-piece Nainsook, athletic ;
Yowell and family, Mr. Waldo Reed : A good Heavy Twill, soiled, values
and wife, from Fall River, Mass, and :' Slightly 50c.; choice style I $1.00 quellSpecial -
Mr. Lindsay J. Townsend, of Wale i I B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Agent per yard yard '
I ty, suit,
tham, Mass.
4c. 17c. 85c.
The movement to erect a monument | 1-Great Strengthwith
to the joint memory of the revolution-i j light weight. ]
ary heroes, when it was ascertained, }i "
through an old history of the :Midway: 2.-High Speed Motor .-

congregation that congress had in : with great power. 1 '

1801 appropriated five thousand dol- 3-Low center of
lars for a monument to General ] of gravity with usual I '
Screven. Neither the Journal of Con- !' road clearance. -: s Co. i
gress nor any other record disclosed ]j s
further disposition of the matter. Advantage j| 4-F lying wedge
Lines with least wind a
was never taken of the ap-I 1. 1
propriation. An appropriation of ten resistance. .

thousand dollars was more recently !I 5-E c o n o m y with O 0 Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." -

made by congress for a monument to I Luxury. ___,:A :
the memories of General Screven and I

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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) Managers of hotels, boarding house i I I

AND WEEKLY tenement landlords and '
proprietors> ,
-, GLSNN .....................Editor Steubenville, Ohio city officials are others interested in having the names FOE SALE I
V r ESSINCTON ......BumineM Manager
--- -- going to get it in the same place those of their houses or hotels listed in the

Entered. at the poetoflice at Orlando. Florida Terre Haute fellows got it. Over one Coast Line Tropical Trips, a beautiful cf
m Second Clau Mail Matter.
hundred indictments have been found illustrated and information booklet I I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES against them. Another argument for which is issued annually and will soon i
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 1500 1i
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 commission government. Carry the be in the hands of the printers, had i,
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 news to the Tampa Times. better call on Mr. Cliff Cohen the \I r
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60
traveling passenger agent of that of
Weekly. 1 Year ............. .... .... =1.00 Country estate
:: ::: From all the arguments brought line for their 1915-1916 reservations.It

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN forth it would seem that the non- would be advisable to see him to- 350 acres, large two ,

ADVERTISERS: bozzing buzzard is a blessing to the day, as he expects to leave Orlando a I, .
towns and cities and a doubtful experiment Friday for Wilmington, N. C.Mr. storydwellinghanda
Copy for display and all other band-cet in the country among the
dvertixin mast toe hand** in at the badness some lake front
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. calves and 'lambs. Wherefore it mightbe II. Clyde Rinaldi arrived in Or- .=gr'' Irrd

the change day before for publication.contract advertising This .ml:applieito it i* ,' wise for Pole Maybills to have a lando last night on the midnight trainon $9000.00.Six .

Invariable and will be tnctlr adhered to. law passed to compel all mature buz- a visit to his mother, Mrs. A. Ri-
zards to remain inside the limits of !
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discotvtlnoed naldi.
should notify the office in writing on the incorporated towns and cities of
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates. the state. This arrangement would Mr. James Kibler, who has formedthe acre grove, mod-
until notice to stop is received. Seth Woodruff's stock and
Telephone Numb'\ r ...................... Z< save young habit of spending his winters in
the "balance" insisted upon ern cottage and out-
Orlando and the summers in Lincoln,
THURSDAY APRIL 29, 1915.It by;> Dr. Blackman. ARE YOU
Delaware, is now numbered with the buildings, $4000.00.Call .
departed ones, leaving last night over
is the wide awake merchant who The Times-Union should get late
the Atlantic Coast Line. Mr. Kibleris
gets the business.A edition cuts of Hon. Frank Clark and AWAKETo
a fine gentleman with whom it is
o Gov. Trammell. These gentlemen
a pleasure to meet and his many
liberal use of your brain is bet- may be just as young in spirit as they
will miss him.
ter than a great deal of brawn. were 15 or 20 years ago but their onS.G.Dolive the fact that more constitutional ills

o faces have changed and the cuts used are due to badly fitting or badly fitted
Economy is a good trait. But no by the T.-U. look about as much like Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Seegar, who 4
have been visiting their daughter shoes than are dreamed of in our philoso-
hair Clark and Honorable
married man should pick up pins Honorable & Son
:Mrs. B. D. Wienenga, 22 Church o I
he finds on the street and put them in Trammell as they do like Moses and phyIanr: women many men, carry
street, leave tomorrow for Syracuse,
his pocket. Aaron. with them irritating and painful evidences -
N. Y., where they will make a short
o -oWe Reai Estate and InsuranceORLANDO.FLORIDA
visit and then proceed to their homein I of this fact.
the who
"Buy it in Orlando" has become a congratulate man con-
household word already. It sounds ceived the idea of the Towers Hardware Hope Valley, R. I., where they will i ii :

well. It rolls off the tongue easily. company's advertisement in the spend the summer. They have a host No. W. Pine Second Floor i To fit a shoe properly is almost an

And best of all it is being acted upon.o Friday evening Jacksonville Metropolis. of friends here who will be pleased to 3 i iI

An immense tower built up learn that they contemplate return- I

the the Heard bank building on one ing in the fall. 1
The fly has rightly been called from -- .__
undertaker's traveling salesman, and side and the Cohen building on the --

in addition to his regular line of "ty- other side, and from the top of these .

phoid bugs" he carries a side line of towers was suspended a painter's

tuberculosis, Asiatic cholera and oth- scaffold on which sat a painter I

er disease germs. Now is the time to spreading Towers paint over the en- -

swat the fly. tire city of Jacksonville. It was a H ,

-o towering advertisement and no mis-

WIlY IS THIS THUS? take. .

If a man went down town with his

head dolled up in a threecornereddingus ADDITIONAL LOCALSMrs. \ ,er

with turrets and curleycues f

and a cat's tail and a chicken head B. G. Abernethy, who has been

t pinned on one side and a young whiskbroom visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. V. Magnolia AvenueI
f and a bunch of spring onions
Whitaker ,on Bay street, has returnedto
f on the other side and two strips of her home in Orlando. Mrs. Aber-

t red flannel hanging down in the rear, nethy is a frequent visitor in Tampa, have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-

he would be arrested and slammed in and her many friends are always delighted uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.

t the booby hatch. But a woman can to welcome .-Tampa This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a I
do it and get away with it. Times.
F l number of bearing fruit trees.

f FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE Through a wireless the Sentinel is I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof .

t DESERVES MORE MEMBERS. informed that the Pine Castle boardof feet off south end. .

From the general office of the trade is carefully looking into the

t Florida Citrus Exchange at Tampa a matter and are seriously contemplating The house is in good condition and is arranged into Artistic AchievementAn

i campaign is being waged for new the incorporation of that prosperous light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -

t members. Every effort is being made little city. The rumor is also rife of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .

I by the Exchange to secure members that parties with the necessary finan- absolute study of individuality, for
bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
from all over Florida. Advertise-
cial will the
backing beautify large
ments have been inserted in a numberof island in Lake Conway and transformit BARGAIN. there are no two persons feet identicallyalike.

newspapers which the growers into a second Coney Island. Cash or terms. The standard size of shoe may be

r Clay clip, fill out and send to the
the same, but adjustments radically dif
Tair.pa headquarters. Under the di-
Mrs. Helen Blood and daughter, Our shoe staff has in
t Tection of the Exchange prices on ferent. selling a
Miss Isabelle who have been making
f fruit have been maintained at a satisfactory their home at Duke Hall this season, few short months earned a reputation of
t : level, and the Exchange
; will leave tonight for Washington, D. shoe fitting excellence. ,
1 for the ,
continue to get good prices
C., where they will stop for a while
t so long as they will let it S.Y.WAY
and then proceed to Lake Placid, in
handle the greater portion of the MENWho
the Adirondack mountains, where
crop. A portion of the "call for mem-
they will spend the summer. Theyare

bers" is as follows: universally popular in Orlando, Insurance and Real Estate Agent are on their feet probably more than
It is the plan of the Exchange to
and charmed with this and
are so city
fitting shoe is
carryon even more aggressively its women, a perfect an exquisite -
its attractions that they will re:
splendid advertising to increase consumer -
pleasure especially after being in
I demand for Florida oranges tutn next winter. PHONE 172

and grapefruit. This season it has the habit of wearing shoes that in the
opened up many markets in which
Florida fruit never before was sold. TOO LATE_TO&iCLASSIFY broadest sense of the word-simply fit.
By still further extending this line of --:---='"
effort the Exchange proposes to sell LOST-Cameo Lavallier, Tuesday af
a much larger proportion of the fruit ternoon. Finder please return to t Our Men's Shoe Stockcarries
outside of auctions. Dr Harper's office.t29ltc
Growers now can join the Exchangewith
the privilege of havinv the local WANTED TO BUY late model Ford many ranges and so complete that
'- associations sell their fruit in load I
car cash if satisfactory
touring ;
lots at the nacking house to buvers price is given. Address Box 66, every foot can be properly fitted with in-

whenever these offer satisfactory Apopka. 4-29-St telligence.
prices. Any grower may terminatehis
contract with the Exchange at the
FOR RENT A five cottage 7
end of shipping season. Won't you West Concord avenue room, by the sum- Our New Styles IncludeBLACK
join under these conditions If so, Ever'thitt -front Head to Foot-
Apply at 12 W. Concord
mer or )'ear.
fill out and sign this blank, mailingit 4-29-6t
to the general office in Tampa. avenue.
in Dieu
FOR SALE-Ford touring car 1912
model. Has $50 worth of extras.
CLEAN-UP In fine condition. Price $275 cash. Hair Tonic HAIR BLACK AND TAN VELOUR
W. H. Palmer, Box 3, city. 4-29-3t* toBunion. TONI

Noticing a cartoon a few days ago WHITE CANVAS, RUBBER SOLES
entitled, "Who Started Clean-up
the Atlantic Coast Line, Thursday
Movement? and also Plasters
an article on
See Mr.
niJhtIay 13. $17.60. TAN TENNIS SHOES
"The Buzzard Once More," in the LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783 No.

Sentinel, I wish to say a few wordsin 506 Lexington street. Get your iden- ENGLISH SHOES

regard to this splendid combina- ticket tification agent.cards from depot or city ( :i ; '

tion. Personally I think Mr. Black-

man's article is very sensible in sev-

eral wa"s. For instance, if a buzzard Doctors I '
comes onto your premises and dam- ;
Biiekmastyr &
ages your personal property, I say Brundugc(

shoot him right there. But, as topaying OSTEOPATHS .

people to shoot buzzards, I Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat

don't feel able to agree. A buzzard Kirksville, Mo. '"'II,,, i
has as much right; to the air as any 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples ? ///III'/ t

aeroplane or any other bird. If we National Bank. Phone 578.

stop and look at the buzzard in the L

right manner I think that most of us DICKSON IVES CO.

will agree that he is of far more prac-
Orlando Wood Yard
tical use to the human race than any

other wild bird. It is the buzzard

which is first to rush to a dead car- Get it at
Removed from Pine St. two blocks .DEPARTMENT STORE.
cass and strive to remove it and its
north on Railroad, west end Wash-
terrible stench and thus destroy one MERCK'SWe .. ..
St. of Veneer Coresat
ington Plenty
of the greatest breeding places for
dangerous germs. As long as the all times. the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE i r
are nearest drug store
buzzard seems to be one of the originators The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy j

of the "clean-up movement," PHONE 68 1 1MERUI of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

and we all advocate that movement, I B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE at right prices ,

say "off with our hats to the buzzard : 'S PH.A..RMACY: I' I

and give him a helping hand." 344


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-,..- _.. -.,___- _- -. I GRANDl I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission .

'.- rtf- -It='.1 house. Cherry I', 5 Cents 1 J
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*' -i ics, cake, punch i j I i

'' April 29. and bon-bons were served. The club ,j . .. . . . .,
Rosalind Club, bridge tournament 3 will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. ;|l TODAY'S l'IWGR.'iMIReelsI = 1 1r
o'cloclc. Hal BeardalL I[ 1
Kil Kare )cub, Mrs. J. M. Snead hos- ,! -
tess. v NOTES United. "In the Shadow," in three

State Peace Convention. 7:30 p. m., SOCIETY reels. 0< \ .... q -t i
address by Ifon. Arthur D. Call OF INTEREST. Superba. "A Taste of High Life." J
national director American Peace Extra. Willard and Johnson fightin ... ......--
I Mr. and Mrs. James I. Thornton en- ,// ----- 1
Society. hand colored slides and lecture.
Friday, April 30. tertained a number of friends at cards Five and ten cents.OSTEOPATHY. / II'\\\-, \ ;
State, Peace Convention. 10 a. m., I I Tuesday night in honor of their houseguest al

Presbyterian lecture room, business Mrs. Margaret Scott Shupe, o 0 ':
meeting. 1:30 p. m., opera house,
school rally, public and private who will leave tonight for her homein WORLD FILM CORPORATION
schools of the city; address by Dr. Brownsville, Pa. There were two I No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for theprice. 1
J. J. Hill, director Peace Society of tables of "five hundred" and one of No\ matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for '
South Atlantic States. 7:30 p. m., "rummy." Mr. Lege won the gentle- Presents DR. J. C. HOWELL your money. Aside from real values you can choose from an as- 1
address by Dr. J. J. Hall "What I
Saw and Learned in the War Zone." man's prize for "five hundred," silk Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon sortment unrivalled here-abouts.
I Suffrage tea at home Mrs. Beardall. cravat, and Mrs. Pringle the ladies' ROBERT WARWICK Kirk Consultation ville Graduate Free ..

Saturday, May 1. prize, a hand made handkerchief i .
D. A. R. meeting, with Mrs. A. B. ; Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan ALLEN & CO. EWELERS" 3
Mrs. W. G. Johnson received the prize IN HoteL ,
Whitman, election of officers for
coming year. for "rummy," a deck of cards, dec- Office, Phone 716; Residence 1018 Ib
State Peace Convention. 3:30 p. m., orated with Florida scenes. The guestof Orlando, Fla. *. 01:1- I.ITS!I I
woman's meeting, lecture room; ad- J
honor, Mrs. Shupe, was presentedwith Ji
dress by Dr. J. J. Hall, "War "THE 1IANVHO FOUND i
Brides." a beautiful hand made handker-

Sunday, May 2. chief of pale blue silk crepe. After HIMSELF" A SAVING IN PAINT '
State Peace Convention. Union meet- the game the guests were delightfully I
ing; address by Judge Chas. B. entertained with a beautiful musical LucerneI is not made by buying cheap paints,
Parkhill. Tampa; address by Dr. W. but by purchasing the very best !
F. Blackman. program rendered by several of the -.,
I ; grades; such for instance as we han-
by George Broadhurst producedby
-0- I guests. Mrs. Lege and Mrs. Nye '
LOWRIECOCKRELL.Yesterday TODAY i I dle. Just think how much more poor ,
gave several piano solos and Mrs.
I "
at half past five o'clock !Thompson and Mrs. Nye sang some I Wm. Brady Plays Inc. paints cost you if you have to keep '
Mr. Jack Lowrie, together with Mr. I beautiful vocal numbers. I renewing them every year or two.
and Mrs. J. McCormick, and Miss i -0-- 1 Think how much cheaper are our
Katherine Cockrell motored "THE APARTMENT HOUSE I paints which last twe or three times
over to I ; /(
The new officers of the Sorosis Club 1 j1ia
Orlando from Beresford, Fla., and i as long.
elected Tuesday are: Mrs. A. B. "MYSTERY"A -
soon after their arrival they drove up Whitman, president, re-elected; Mrs.T. I ; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O '
to the manse of the First Presbyterian Kalem Special Feature com- LI !
Picton Warlow, vice-president; j
Jj 205 S. Orange Avenue
church where Mr. Lowrie made plete in two parts.
Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, secretary, re- I
it known that he had persuaded :Miss
elected; Mrs. J. M. Cheney, treasurer COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Cockrell to give up her name and take
re-elected; Mrs. Wm. Beardall,
his.The I librarian; and library committee, Mrs. IN FIVE ACTS GUS AND THE ANARCHISTSA
ceremony was performed by

Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg in the pres- I- Lubin Comedy.

.-,. ence of a few witnesses. Mrs. W. S. Jennings, president Florida -
The bride is from Lexington, Ky., Federation Women's Clubs, de- WRIGHT SEED COMPANYLARGE
and was visiting her uncle, Mr. Joe
t livered an address. "THE UNDERSTUDY OR BE-
M. McCormick. She is of the willowy I -0I FRESH SUPPLY
te of figure and sustains the Ken- HIND THE SCENES"A
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, who has been 10 cents 20 cents
cky reputation for beautiful wo- Velvet Beans Cowpeas Chufas
I the guest of Mrs. John T. Fuller at ,
n.Mr. her home on Lucerne Circle, left Vitagraph Drama.
and Mrs. Lowrie will reside at I yesterday Sorghum DasheensAnd
afternoon for ,
Beresford, where their many friends Jacksonville.
'will join with the entinel in wishing I Mrs. Jennings is the president of the I i other Seeds
them happiness. Florida Federation of Women's Clubs, FOUR SPLENDID REELS
and during her visit to Orlando made I Call on us for Prices. 206 South Orange Ave.
COUNTRY CLUB a distinctly pleasant impression by I

DANCE.The her loveliness and charm, and has ROOf GARDNTODAY ( FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS

first of the series of dances for many friends here who will be delighted -

the summer which will be given at to welcome her upon future visits. BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

the Country Club wilt be held Friday -0---

evening. Each member is urged to Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock -

attend. Those who contemplate join- there will be the usual May Day celebration .
ing this subscription dance and have I at the Cathedral school. The j"FRA

not yet paid, are requested to do so I exercises will consist of the winding I

at their earliest convenience. Money of the May Pole, crowning the May "THE GUARDIAN OF THEFLOCKS" A..... CURTIS. !! WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
may be paid to Mrs. II. L. Beeman, Queen, and dances on the lawn. All ,
who is in charge of the subscriptionsfor friends of the school are cordially invited '

these dances, and who is not,,a to attend. Established 1886
member of the house committee as -0It A Mexican Romance, completein

has been stated. has been decided not to have the 2 parts. Warren Kerrigan.

luncheon at the Rosalind Club today, :
PRETTY PARTY but the bridge tournament will beheld CURTIS & O'NEAL

FOR MISS NELSON. as announced. Mrs. LeRoy B.

, Mrs. Jos. Bumby, Jr., yesterday en- Giles is chairman of the hospitality
tertained for Miss Mattie Nelson, of committee. INSURANCE LOANS

Brunswick, Ga., the guests being -0- ,
members of the Young Matrons Club A number of the friends of Judge .

and Mesdames Hal Beardall, W. M. and Mrs. T. P. Warlow gathered atuGra"croft" A Matrimonial Comedy. Max REAL ESTATE RENTALS ':
Davis, S. E. Ives, Jr., W. M. Lege Tuesday evening for a
Asher, Gale Henry.
Leonard Bumby, S. A. Johnson, H. L. picnic supper the delightful affair be- ,
Beeman, Edw. Hauselt' Allan Weath- ing as a surprise party for the host
ersbee Merle McElroy, and Miss Margaret and hostess.

Hart, Miss Mary Guernsey,Miss -
Bessie Miner, Miss Antoinette Slem- The various committees of the Civic "ANIMATED WEEKLY" J

ons, Miss Mattie Nelson, guest of League are working hard to perfectall i

Miss Ethel Dickson, and Miss Harriet I arrangements for next week- Happenings in all parts of the For Sale 1
Moore, of S. C. I "
Spartanburg, guest of "clean-up week. world.
Mrs. Bumby, and Mrs. Geo. Bensch- -0-

bach. Auction bridge was played. Mrs. C. P. Dow will entertain the i
House Lot 65 x167. Price
The guest of honor received a pretty Twentieth Century Club May 5 instead eight rooms. /

prize, an ivory fan, and Mrs Beeman, of today as previously an-
having the highest guest score, wona nounced. 10 cents 5 cents $4500.00. A bargain. iw.
pretty hand painted china dish. -0--
Mrs. Davis, who made the highest ( The seniors of the Cathedral school i

club score, and also won a dainty bit |will entertain the juniors with a dance Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
of china. Quantities of pansies and 1 in Cluett Hall this evening. I -

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

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

$10.00 a month until paid for. Six per

cent on deferred payments.



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

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

Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building

" JOS. L.. GpERNSEY( Phone 555't.

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WANTED JJ"l1.1'11ber., Laths aI1cl ShhlglesOHLAN
Lake Site
of good celery and lettuce uncultivated -
land, valued at $450, for second
hand 5 passenger Ford car. AddressE.
S 1 S., care Sentinel. 4-25-Ct

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot
Two \ in Orlando lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
The Morning Sentinel Want set to budded trees two years ago; 3
Directory is the Greatest Want I acres unimproved; extra good land. T )( ) ,
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc

Terms Cash in Advance. FOR EXCHANGE-Buick car, with
new magneto, for Orange. county
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES grove land. Max Isen, 601 ". Church

two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t street. 4 25; -:;t5 Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on ,
For Three Days ____________50c
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c Kodak finishing left at Robinson's = -- ----- ---- -- ---- -- --
For One Month ____________$2.50 Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of next day. 3-3-tf t.
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate TRACY & MOOR&, CARPENTERS
will be cent word for -House repairs of all kinds done
one per
$20.00 acre. each additional word for each in- promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
per sertion.If screen doors and windows a specialty; NATIONAL GAS RANG E WEEK\ [
you can't bring your ad to sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
office fixtures window and
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- garages ;
will be door frames made to order. Get our
counts opened by telephone
the orices. 18 East Church street. /
following day.
payable postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo THE BIRTHDAY OF THE

r ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Every Home Man-Every has use Business-for a WANTED POSITION-A young man
fifteen in
Sentinel Want Ad. having years experience t

Watkins Block PHONE 504 where department ability stores and merit desires would position war- First Gas Range
, rant advancement. Best references.
FOR SALE Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf

t FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, 6 chairs, ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS TO
i 3 rockers, 1 dresser, 1 washstand, 1 OBSERVE BIRD DAY I Fifty-one years ago the first gas range cooked its first meal.It .
kitchen safe, 1 table, 1 machine, 1 3-
can buy foundation burner oil stove, all good as new. didn't look much like the wonderful new gas ranges of 1915.It .
f stone building blocks, side- ,"\VXYZ" care Sentinel. 4-27-3t. To Principals of Schools, Orange
walk tile, or anything in my County, Florida:-His Excellency, was clumsy-imperfect-but even at that it quickly provedits
r line at reduced. Call around FOR SALE-One good Jersey cow, Governor Trammell, has appointed
and let me surprise you on just fresh; one good brood mare, Tuesday, :May: 4, as "bird day," and superiority over other ways of cooking.
I nine years old perfectly gentle will
recommends that
prices. work anywhere. J.V.. Childers, earnestly observed. Hon. W.be appropriately N. This week is being celebrated all over the country as Na-
Ocoee, Fla. 4-23-Gt
F. D. GORE, ---- Sheats, in commending the governor's tional GAS RANGE WEEK, in honor of this father of all gas
FOR SALE-Garage, fully equipped, action, requests that the day be ob-
and Sts.
Booed Jackson
? Cor. plenty of work. If you are a me- served in our schools by devoting apart ranges. In honor of the greatest househould help of modern
r Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. chanic this is your opportunity small
amount capital required. Address of the forenoon session to the times.
i Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf appropriate study and considerationof

the beauty, usefulness and protec- The spirit of the week is co.operation---mutual helpfulness
FOR SALE-ChoIce: cut roses and tion of any birds whose life and
bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson, Bar- preservation merits our care.I between you and ourselves.
tholomew Place, Colonial Drive.
am pleased to call to atten-
DIE. JOSEPHINE HARPER 4-16-2w tion this action of our governor your and Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or not, we

Office corner Orange Avenue and FOR SALEA state superintendent of education,and show the wondeeful improvements that have been
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg.. clean, nice cash business for a want you ,
Phone 419.Great. hustler, on easy terms; requires only to urge that you comply with their made in in the last few years--.changes that make it $ '
small cash payment, balance to suit. wishes by a suitable observance of the gas ranges
I purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. day in our schools. Yours very truly,
4-9-tf J. F. McKINNON, more than ever the ideal stove for home cooking. It will only

Reduction FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story Supt. Public Instruction. take a few minutes of your time, and we know you'll find it
cottage, seven rooms and bath, -
modern conveniences, roomy porches, interesting.
Sale on ., 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST


and tools best farm in county; va- 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
Jams Jelliesand riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock O'Neals.
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- ,..,
er. 1-16-tfc PHONE 646 GAS DEPARTMENT

FOR RENT For Cadillac
Eight Cylinder :

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Canned FruitsWe FOR RENT 6-room house, modern, FIRST CLASS REPAIRING -----------''- -

tinel close in. Address House, care 4-28-3t Sen- BARNARD & SON $1,000,1 'JONS[ GOES JUST THE[ SAM[

have more than we desire to FOR RENT-Furnished Flat, Ridge- 17 Hughey Street Jrlando Fla. ONLY
carry in stock, so we are going to give wood ave. Inquire O. K. Bakery. 12-10-im

them away at cost price. 4-28-Gt

Sale will last all this week. FOR RENT-Five room house with -BEFORE-
lights, water and gas; good location Cut Flowers My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
; four blocks from M. E. church, !
on east side; rent reasonable. Inquire months has not changed its' schedule, but leaves at the
207 Palmetto street. 4-27-St and Plants time it
CARUTHtRS & GORE MAY 5thbuys same always has.
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. TIME TABLE

New Modern FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Floral Designs
Grocery ,Yancey.mer, or by the year; cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. the 2 corner lots east of Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .

my residence, sidewalks, nice
Phone 200 For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- BOUND EAST BOUD
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-ti fence, oaks and palms. Read Down Read UpCAREY

6 and 8 East Pine St. .Violet Dell Florist.J.
FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- e more. iA.M.
nished or unfurnished; low rates to Worth $1500 or Aol\1.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. P. 1\1. P. 1\1.

permanents; close in; vacancies in low is that Orlando '
for price
two houses; all improvements. See Reason 6:30;10.r 5 3:00 j 9.30 1.301 6.00
owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. M. CARUTHERSPhone to Ocoee t 8.3C
3-30-lmo purchaser must agree 7:3o, 1.15 4:00 I 12.30 5.00
I Winter Garden 7:45'! :3c 4-30 t 8.15 12.15'' 4.45

$2.ooTAMPA An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free 509.108 South Lake St. build. j Oakland 8:00: --- 4:30 :: 8.00-- 4.30I
at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf I

Terms if desired. j I ____ __ __

PERSONALLY Car party Washington CONDUCTED and Chair New Dr. S. S. Jones

York, Wednesday night, April 28 via
the Atlantic Coast Line. Rats SI7.00.
See C. F. Bieler 820 West Central) CHIROPRACTOR HANDFUNERAL
avenue. Get your identification cards graduate Davenport College 17 and
from city ticket agent or depot ticket 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
agent. 4-13-tf 209. Intelligent people everywhere
and are being restored to health by chiro- I DR. A. J. TAYLOR DIRECTORAND
FOR EXCHANGE-Would like to ex- practic adjustments, the new science I !
change nice lot in Bartow, Fla., for of removing the cause of disease. Examination -! EMBALMER
RETURNMONDAY lot of equal value in Orlando. Phone free. 12-24-lmo
63? 4-2.-6tc PHONE 696

PUBLIC TYPEWRITING done accurately -
MAY 1m and rapidly. Two 'ears' ex- Under New Management 905 East Central A,..enueOON'T j All calls answered .
perience. Reasonable rates; Satis- Promptly Day
faction guaranteed. Call or address,
Miss Mabel Durham. Phone 570. Box Smyth HouseCorner or Night. Hand Block.
Tickets good on all 727, city. 4-27-Gt '

Regular Trains I Take your Kodak films to Robinson. Main and Jefferson Sts. I Orlando Florida.PHONE
3-3-tf -
Final Limit May 13th One Block from Court House WORRY( ,
Advertise all the time-not extravagantly -
VIA not wastefully, but don't give FURNISHED ROOMS AND 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457.
anybody a chance to forget you. BOARD
Rates by Day or Week. Summer -
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Rates Now On. If are disappointedabout ::
Atlantic Coast LineStandard PARDON MRS. J. H. McCAMYCLINT getting a new Eas- U- HE

Notice is hereby given that Louis put You want the best Piano
ter Suit we can your and Furniture Polish. Try
Kilgore who was at the Novemberterm .
Railroad of the South of Criminal Court of Record i_. old one in good condi- our Auto :}ody Polish. It beats them all. #
Orange County, Florida, 1914, con- tion for just such occas-
victed of the offense of carnal inter-
Full line of Faints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers
course with unmarried female under BASS ions.
18 years of age, and on the 15th of atFinley's<
November, 1914, sentenced by said I PHONE 375 I .
court, will apply to the Board of Par- I
: cons* at Tallahassee, Florida, for a West Jefferson Street .
pardon of such conviction at its next PioneerJust
regular meeting.LOUIS Successor to Dry Cleaning
4-21-10tc \ Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
DR. L. H. RAMSDELi Company Pressing and Repairing across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court

ORLANDO FLORIDAWE I buy, sell rent, and exchange real i
FIT GLASSES GRIND estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., PROMPT SERVICE Umbrellas Contractor for Painting and
; Decorating.
LENSESAND over 30 years. Have handled over I recovered and repaired ; Phone 67. 1r 1
DO ALL KINDS OF $20,000,000. Call and sea: me. REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair I '
OPTICAL REPAIRING IU-l::m t'. A. LEWTER. Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre "

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J Sold, X68' pieces of property in 1914.[ They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you must :ii

: thingSJLOTISFY ;

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. :




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KISSIMMEE IS WORKING FOR der, of DeLand, who is an admirer of :McCaskill were appointed a committee,I,_
ROUTE OF PROPOSED the governor and a comrade of the I I to arrange for meetings to be held : .
DIXIE HIGHWAY old artist, Mr. Donaghy persuaded I land organizations formed in Jefferson ; 7j
Col. Alexander to get him the oppor- '!, Madison, Suwanee, Columbia, I
Kissimmee, Fla.-The Dixie highway tunity to paint the governor's por- Baker and Duval counties. This com- : 1 S
and the advisability of taking trait. !''mittee will start out Monday morning I 1 SpecialToolandCutlerj C Wfflmittm
f;steps in attempt to induce the national Sittings were impossible, as busi- accompanied by eight or ten Tal- ;
highway to be run through this ness keeps the governor busy, and infirmities lahassee citizens, and expect to hold
city was the main subject of discus of age kept the artist at organization meetings as follows' : : vIyhffi- DEMONSTRATION
sion at the weekly meeting of the home. But modern photography was 1 Monticello, Monday 2 p. m; Greenville :
board of trade. appealed to and from time to time Monday 8 p. m.; Madison, Tues- : w y
That at least a branch of the new 1 photographs of Governor Trammellwere day 10 a. m.; Ellaville, Tuesday 2 p. I
road should go through Kissimmee to sent to the artist, who, from m.; Live Oak, Tuesday 8 p. m.; Lake : 1r$5 in Gold a
\Tampa seemed self evident to all the these got his ideal, and the result is City Wednesday 10 a. Macclenny, I
speakers. Seminole county is work- most astonishingly good. Wednesday 2 p. m.; Baldwin, Thurs- '\ ;
ing on good roads. Orange county is ,: Looking on the portraiture one sees day, 10 a. m.; Jacksonville Thursday j Will be Given at Store
bricking north and south from Orr ,:unmistakably Park Trammell, show- 3p.m. !j : our
lando, and a vote will soon be taken in ing'a three-quarter front face, and Telegrams and letters will be sent : 1
Polk county to brick a through road with all the strikingness of the gov- to each city along the route advising t THURSDAY APRIL 29
there. It seems to be the universal ,ernor, so well known by all who see that the committee will be there at ; ,
, opinion here that if the Polk county .him daily. the time specified and urging that the I 1
(bond of roads is successful, Osceola I Mrs. Trammel is delighted with the citizens attend and perfect an organization. -j
.:: county will follow and brick the main ,portrait, which was so precious in the i 1 For Every ''-'fE'N -NU'T A :\ Blade of a
road from the Orange county to the i eyes of the artist, that he would not Edwin Alford and George B. Per-i
Polk county line. :trust even the express company to kins were appointed as the official del- '
This chain of roadway through Cen- 'deliver it to the mansion, but depu- egates of the Florida association to I Keen Kutter Pocket Knife"That
- tral Florida could not but be a great tized and charged specially his old the Georgia Dixie Highway Associa-' I
asset for the proposed highway and I friend and companion, Col. James T. tion. :
" sufficient reason for this community Alexander, for pleasant work of com- I will not hold an edge. Bring your dull knives,
:eeing the Dixie road going through I,ing to Tallahassee and bringing for C. S. Van Houton, a prominent fruit
.'Kissimmee.. I 1 personal delivery the portrait which grower, and A. G. Kent and wife, of I : We have an expert cutlery man from the "KEEN :tCUTTER"
, !I was presented to Mrs. Trammell Sat- Orlando, and Mrs. M. E. Campen, of i" :
all brands of
who will
urday.I Rochester, N. Y., sharpen
GOVERNOR HAS A NEW OIL POR- were: guests yesterday -! :
TRAIT OF SELF at the DeSoto. They formed a : pocket knives butcher and carving knives, scissors
t DIXIE HIGHWAY GETS BOOST IN motor party which has considerable ;
Tallahassee, Fla.-There was ret I LEON COUNTY experience with the roads in South I' I and shears '
jved at the gubernatorial mansion i Florida. They were due here Satur-I : FREE OFMcOulloch's F,
_m'prday, a gift to Mrs. Park Tram- I Tallahassee, Fla. At a meeting of day noon but reaching Plant City I I -fq
.A, from the celebrated Florida artist I citizens of Tallahassee and Leon were unable to proceed farther south : F
Donaghy, a life-size portrait in I county Saturday afternoon an organi- on account of the roads being closed I CHARGE
oil of the governor, Park Trammell.J. I i zation was perfected to be known as for paving operations. So they went ,
Donaghy, of Lake Winnimissett, :the Florida Dixie Highway Associa- around by Mulberry and arrived here
-VoIusia county, has long been an admirer :1 tion. George B. Perkins was elected at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. The Store
of the governor, but at long j president and George R. Miller secre- road between Orlando and Kissimmee, I Dept. j I
range, for, because of his age he is tary. Leon county and every county they declare, is bad, while the one to : 1
not able to take the longtrips to pub- I eastward to and including Duval is Taft is being graded and paved. Driv- 128 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
lic gatherings where governors are ]entitled to membership in the asso ing a heavy National car they left .;-'rr----------------- . . . .I'.I.rr..I. ...." . . .tt'.1
wont to hie. So, listening to another :ciation. J yesterday en route home.-Tampa
warm friend, Col. James T. Alexan- Dr. William Van Brunt and Mr. Tribune. 4-
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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenienceof



. F For r Exdllallae F For r Floriffa Proiierty ;

Remington Remington -j 1j 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

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage 3000. -1
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

Electric Lighting and Starting., Gears Shift Automatic- J!
Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year. 'i
ally. 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 I
I Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00.Iortgage
I $7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situation Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores 'and six Flats, I
rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00.Iortgag 1150000. Want good
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00. f ;

:_:.- /A REMINGTON lends

We have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort
a tone of distinction to :Mead Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -
the Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.
j occupants.

F We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago
Income Property.WARING.
The that
power commands -

, ':' respect. .


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



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

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Mrs. E. L. Eddings, who has been .
visiting relatives and friends in Or- .SOLID'O::.:.r-t- .JI' __ s.- .

lando, has returned to her home in AS A =: \-
Tampa. ii -

A special in alpaca coats for Satur- '
and ""' -;[.;'' '
day Monday, from $2 up. H. a- -
Kanner's New York Bargain Store.
l'V< j.jy 4-29-1wk-2tdc tJ. I .m" .'
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Included in the list of visitors in : __ -. "t" .
I .d '
,. '
Orlando yesterday from Oakland was '2. 'L '
ill :
Mr. Simeon B. Hull, one of the well r
Vf ;-.. : fL
., 1 known residents of western Orange.Mr. o :'
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5-. .
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\ W. F. Patton, who has been a -. \. > \
; -s _
guest at the San Juan hotel since the ) "
I -
middle of January, left 'last night on -'K -c : ,

A BANK FOR ALL THE I the 12:30 train for Danville, Kj, 44-- .I\.Ir
where he will spend the summer.A \"\ 1 i
FAMILY -y-- J '\
$* : :
i special in shoes for ladies, men 1. "3 '...> ,' d I.
and children, for and Monday \ -- '
Saturday ; -
The boy or girl, young N .... .
If 25 per cent. off. 11. Kanner'sNew :--
I j man, business woman and York Bargain Store. ,{... ,-:: -j 1
I housewife will all find this 429-1 wk-2tdc ..:'::"" ... .J

I Bank useful from their own :;;;; _.. .8
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hudson, of -- '
particular point of view. The .. J -.r; -- "
Greensboro, N. C., the ,, 1
broad and efficient service were among arrivals ;-. :
meets the requirements of all in Orlando yesterday. They are --= -- .-u..c:....; ',';.
classes and covers every making their headquarters at the San 1
banking need as applied to Juan.

Savings Accounts and Check- Mr. H. A. Young, nephew of Mr. BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT. -.1:

ing Accounts and Mrs. J. D. Barnes, who has been THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION .

spending the past three weeks in Or- DOLLARS OF GOLD INTO THIS SYSTEM, AND UPONTHIS ..> !
lando, left yesterday afternoon for his
home in Wilson, N. C.

1 Saturday and Monday, from 9 to 10a. OF THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WHICH .. :
m. we will offer to each customerone
.. American alarm clock for 6& IS A GUARANTEE OF CONSERVATIVE AND PROPER BANK- <. j., .
; H. Kanner's New York Bargain Store. ING. l

Ij itL.j1 4-29-1wk-2tdc

Mr. O. M. Bonnar, one of the state's The Peoples National Bank
popular knights of the grip, after a .
:. visit to his family in this city, left J
yesterday on one of his trips, which
will take him through several weeks.

__ __ __ ,_ ____ Mrs. Kate E. Proctor, who has been
pleasantly located at the San Juan

during her sojourn in Orlando, left :
yesterday for New York city where

she will spend a while and then go to .11111.111111."I'I .
Cincinnati for the summer.

We have just received a big line of "
men's clothing, such as serge Palm
/ Beach, and Panamas, in all colors,and
will offer them at a special price for
Saturday and Monday, at $6.50 per
suit. II. Kanner's New York Bargain
I Store. 4-29-lwk-2tdc RUSSIAN WHITE OILA

I Mr. W. W. Yothers, Mr. J. G. Gras-
enbacher and Mr. J. H. Springer make

up a pleasant trio of Orlando citizensto
come to Arcadia for the great cel
perfect lubricant with
ebration. They are stooping at the absolutely

DeSoto.-Arcadia Daily News. .1

. carbon.
Mr. H. E. Swabey, one of Kissim- no
mee's popular and wide awake citi-

zens, spent yesterday in Orlando en-
joying the Odd Fellows celebration,
I- of which organization he is a movingand

shining light.

Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Beard, who have

spent the season with their daughter,
Mrs. W. M. Davis, at her home on the
corner of Church and West streets,

'White.. to li.Jtof Beauty"i mtt* ,. left yesterday for McLeansboro, Ill., .
where they will spend the summer.

Hoosier Kitchen CabinetSaves Mr. James E. Ingraham, vice-pres- San Juan
ident of the Florida East Coast rail- i Garage CompanyMMIMMMilMMMMMMMMMMi

way, with headquarters in St. Augus-
miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash, tine, spent yesterday in Orlando, a ..
$1.00 week. guest at the San Juan. He was accompanied .. . . . . . .. 11 M III .I..I<

by Mr. T. DeLaney, also ,
Hoosier White Beauty is now on Display. Let us of the Ancient City. -

show you the special features for Florida.
Rev. W. H. Graff, of Philadelphia, **
who has spent the past two monthsin
OSCAR HAND & SONSole Orlando, left yesterday over the Atlantic I

Coast Line for Tampa where he i /. -- 1:
will sail for Key West,
returning :
Agents for Orange County North via the East Coast to his homein I .... .....ii\L, :: '1 t.... ., .
itf.ttJt "
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Quaker City. .
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._I West Orange-was represented in LESSONS OF CHILDHOOD I 1\. : : : : .'.

Orlando yesterday by several of its .
.tlllilimitllillMlliiliMiMIMIIMIiililiillUM'GIFTS prominent citizens, among them being When early taught, children generally con- f, -.. ,'./: :.; r, ,

Judge J. P. Hawthorne, Miss LauraB. tinue to be thrifty and provident through :': :1,

Hawthorne, Mr. Claude Hawthorne, .. _
FOR GRADUATES I Mr. and Mrs. WHlard M. Davis, and Youth, Maturity and Old Age. t J C. m ..;,. '.
Mr. Thos. L. Minor.
This institution recommends the Savings Hl iJ { I
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Grebble and two .
children, of Houston, Texas, who Account as the easiest means of teaching f; .
It Is Brooch Bar Pin .
have spent several days in this
sec- children to save. ChUdren quickly take i- ''
tion prospecting left yesterday afternoon -
Pendant for Winter Haven, where they pride in their own personal accounts and ,
will look over that section and then
easily develop the ability to regularly add
return to this city1 for another visit.
or other piece of jewelry :you want, you can get the best Mr. Grebble, who has been AI
engagedin to them.
r value for your money by coming to us.
the lumber
in Texas,
t We specialize in pieces of the better class-fina passed through this city two years 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. i
t goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof ago, and ever since has been longingfor
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly another visit. He is in search of
l low. We also offer you choice selections and orange grove property.
r the best service. -. i
Mr. Ira Westover, who has been
t We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it I ,' spending several winters in Orlando,
-the kind. of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the I | was among those leaving yesterday

t wearer. | | over the Atlantic Coast Line for thejr

x t t'i 1 :!i a homes genial in, jovial the North.gentleman Mr. Westover and was is a Orlauffo n Bank ../ Trust t C CoMpally

1t i I :| prime favorite at the Tourist Headquarters -

t'f 1 and was universally con-
f T. H. EVANSJEWELER : ceded to have been the champion domino -
', :I player of the many who frequented ORLANDO
| :\ that popular place. This will' possibly FLORIDA'f.
be his last trip North for some
: time, as he will so arrange his busi- 4

\, : ness to enable him to make Orlandohis t .

\ iH44.I.C44-.-t+ --I4444..3.c.4Ue, I .tUIUtII*. ... permanent home.

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