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 30, 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: UF00079945:00247
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.From German'Var-, '\,' -. .! of.' Ipswich but Do Little \\J n H 1\ l1-U.--

hips Cause Damage 'J" Dr. Hall AddreSsed Them in aManner Damage-Other Stuart M. Gould Was Toastmaster -

in Dunkirk Thai Caught and War News BI-PART SI SHIP -BETWEEN -. A Lengthy Program CLAUSE PROVIDING FOR A't

Held Their Closest t .- of Interest Was
;irdam, April '30w The British .. Attention,, Allies.Capture Two Towns From the f EnjoredUnder :

ips ,Majestic and Triumphen .E Turks Another on Fire BARNES ,* NOT IN BILLs

damaged and forced .to F.rldayaftenaoon's Peace.meeting London, April 30.-The town of the softly shaded lights of c

,'from the fighting Jine; the Was a convention of children, and the Maidos, five miles above the Narrowsof the Orland hotel's parlors last even- '
:ruiserJeanne D'Ar Bras set greatest crowd of them ever seen in the Dardanelles Straits, has been ing the upper classmen of O. II. S. BRASSES .

Turkish shells; an ,Englishr ;:an Orlando parade. About 1:30 p."m. bombarded and is in flames, two gathered, with the faculty'to celebrate -

was sunk; two transports a company of khooI-'aitdren', was wtons have ,been captured from the Assert They Saw Barnes in Conference the annual' .junior-senior enter- Despite Speaker' Hardee's! Stren-

1 ,a lies! were hit,-and oneof: them seen to be marching,from the Cathe- Turks, and three other towns are oc. tainment.
:. With Machine Re- uous Efforts to have It' .
.according a Turkish offi- dral school,. and shortly they were cupied by the'British. The admiralty! Promptly at eight o'clock the guests .

ement received here" aria Ber- met by another and a larger company report on the operations was issued publicans jn Senate assembled, and the program for the Defeated-Other t
to. ; from the St: Joseph's academy; a lit- tonight.;, Chamber evening was soon in full swing. Class News" f '

rts from the Dardanelles{ 'tle later"*still two armies approached, v colors were. worn by all loyal class -

p the bravery and enthusiasm 'one from the high school and gram- Zeppelins. Again Attack Britain Syracuse, N Y-/ April 30..-The partisans, the juniors being adornedin By C. F. Johnson '

[Turkish troops. In the first mar school to the southward, and another Ipswich Eng., April 30.Excited green and white, while the seniors
battled.to Tallahassee
Roosevelt legal army today Fla., April 30.-(Sp- ,
Kant Kale,the Turks did not from the grammar school to the residents ,of this historic town today tion between were decked in'purple and gold. cial (
prove a bipartisan'combin to Sentinel.)-Harrison's .
hot, but repulsed'the enemy. northward, armies with banners flying were taking stock of the damage done Miss Grace Fuller opened the fes- ,-,
Murphy and Barnes, as chargedin anti-trust bill was passed by the house
bayonet\ ,. peaceful, banners a happy crowd 'by. the bombs from the German 'airship tivities with a beautiful piano solo, '1
the attack on Barnes, for which today against the opposition of Speak*
warships bombarded Sedtlulfhile of young people living in America, ,. generally believed to have beena after which Messrs. Charles E. Lin- /ft'"
sued the' Colonelfor
the Albany editor er Hardee, who took the foor! to make
: this battle -was.i0y"prog- where war is a story*of the past.and Zeppelin, 'which appeared shortly $50,000. pus and Stuart M.: Gould rendered'amost i
'Turks.. captured a large quan-. a 'rumor of the present They ,filled after midnight: 'So far as can be Senators Davenport and Newcomb; delightful cornd: violin duet. Senator Jlim 's bill creating a thir "

flas and ammunition"h the Lucerne theatre chock full; and learned, no.one was. injured and prop- An entrancing :cal selection by '.
of New York; Ilinman, of 'Binghamton teenth judicial circuit out or Pasco
they,were hungry, their dinners waiting erty damage 'Was small. Bombs fell I Miss Lois Pedrick was next on the
and Henry F. McMillen, newspaper -nd Pinellas counties and leaving
Warships Raid Dunkirk at home but interested harmlessly Waterloo street, whichis
they were program.
: man, were the chief witnesses for Hillsborough in the sixth, was passed "
i-An official Statement says in. peace:.. '''Dr.'J.J. Hall, the discipleof the most densely. populated district. The musical part of the program '
Colonel. the .
: .. i the by senate, creating a new judgeship -
warships ,have 'appeared off peace addressed them in .a famil 4 Davenport asserted he peered into was. brought to a close with a pleas and attorney. _

ian1 coast-and have bombar {far:, vein. He caught' their attention Bombs Cause Fire ingly rendered violin solo by Mr '
the clerk's room in the senate on the The Wells buzzard bill was passed
,irk: Twenty persons were by .telling' them that fifteen billionsof Bury St. Edmonds Eng..April 30. of the conference oh'the Gould, with pianoaccompaniment bj; without clause :
ight primary a providing for. a
Sixteen large shells fell on men had fallen in the world's wars' Shells' dropped here in last night's his sister, the gifted high school pianist .
bill and saw Barnes talking' with bounty on heads. v '
and then.had them try to count a bil aerial raid' caused four: fires. There and Miss Elmina Gould. '
organization Republicans. machine Johnson's bill requiring bonds be
:esence of the German high lion. Counting' a fallen man every was no loss of life.' The property Republicans. The new school song was sung by given when garnishments issued ,

fc in the North sea has been minute,.for, all, the.time past jthey damage was_ considerable.- the entire assembly'with the greatest
bills the
The were beaten afterward.bya" was passed by senate.'

I several times recently, _and wouldStill, bq'..foWlting'fQ..: theb_ .llio4s .The aerial raider remained J>yer'.the. bi-partisan'vote. "- --" s- "-, enthusiasm.' I The Fellsmere commisison charter i
il statement issued at Berlin nce the advent of Jesus Christthen town ten minutes,' and then disappeared .- The guests were now conducted
Newcomb; Hinman and McMillen was signed today.
:ys! ago spoke,of several ex- count:fourfee 'mere billions and tqward the coast. downstairs to the spacious dining hall X
That the
gave similar testimony. two bills introduced to
of this kind, made without the ravages of war would'perhaps be where were found daintily preparedmenu i
Late this, afternoon 'the 'court refused provide an' industrial schoolfor girls\
1gthe :British, fleet, which summed upA "man came from God Positions of Guns at Dunkirk Verified roosevelt cards, decorated with bows of .:
to allow counsel to and a state normal school at Madison
months have been doing pa--: in the long ago and said "Blessed are London,' April 30The admiralty ribbon in the colors of the senior
introduce in evid\pre the subject that will be likely to become laws is: evidenced i
f in ,front of- the' German the peacemakers," and, we are teach- tonight made.the following announcement class purple,and gold. r ;
Barnes was supp Jed to have had par by the attitude. of the governor -
es on the eastern side of the ing more and'more..the value of life, : The place cards were placed in baskets .
ticipation in the \ublic; printing contracts I toward these measures .this"year.
a.* your life. "Keep the, war spirit out ""The ,position of'the German guns during bob Republican and ,"f violets and pansieS The tables' In 1913 a bill passed authorizing an ,:'
test report 'along' that line' of lives Dunkirk have been verified.by'air banked with
your ,out of your hearts; the bombarding A greenery. .
,for the
Democratic administrations., unless appropriation establishment:
ght in by Captain Scott\of spirit that wants to bit somebody,,the reconnoissance. It was attacked The menu was as follows: '
the defense proved that Barnes actually of a normal school at Madison, rjcf
steamer, who declared he had spirit'of revenge. Do some good act this evening, and twelve small I Grapefruit cocktail, iced consome,
I participated in teh printing for the bill met a sad end in the over: ,
ae North sea'a German fleet every day of your lives. May you be and two large,bombs were dropped. queen 'olives, gherkins, fillet of red-
because his
profits of official positionas nor's office atthrcloae'ot-uie: session
eight vessels of all classes, i herpes and heroines of peace, and love "A reconnoissance also was mad fish, pommes Saratoga shrimp a la .
the leader of the Republican party. It has been ascertained
that the
ers did not say where: or all mankind." .. at Ostend which.is .clear of important Newburg, Philadelphia "apon, giblet
The court also refused to admit the .
at that time in
ships had been sight"ed'butnce Each.,child upon going out of the craft A ,Taube appeared but kept sauce, cranberry jelly, duchess potatoes was excess ,
John ,
testimony A. Hennessy, who of the needs of the establishment and
was that it was 'withingave house, was presented with .a Peace; 10,000 feet up at' a distance of'about had ; French'peas in cases, Orland '
.worked up graft cases against maintenance of the school, and this
button.Thenight. three miles. Our aeroplanes then re salad, Neapolitan ice cream, Genoise;
Tammany:because graft had not. been year when the'bill {
been four engagements 'meeting in .the ;Presbyterian tired." i cake, 'macaroons, ladyfingers, demi
; shown to affect Barnes.
committees of tfe .
dince: in the North*sea since ,church:was very interesting and tasse. ,legiala*

ring of the war. The'firstbattle Dr..,Hall, in his talk on what 'he had Paris Statement The toastmaster, Stuart :M. Gould, tune journeyed to Madison on /in Investigation t.

of Helogoland, late ia'whieb heard in Paris 30. The followi official YESTERDAY'S RESULTS trip, The result of'this, -Jt r
rr seen and the war zone, projected April g- being answered by two jouniors
trip is the bills
: a British fleet sent some realistic" scenes,. and statement was issued tonight National' Miss Agnes Kamper, and Eugene now pending.

nan warships to the bottom sounds: all of them calculated to'..fire "In Belgium, north of Ypres) our : League B! Hoffner, kept things lively .for the

er' four German destroyersk the spirit'of 'peace 'in the breast of attacks have progressed along' the Philadelphia 1 Chicago 1, Brooklyn 2. guests. Kimble Hughes, president of "CLEAN-UP c WEEK- CLOSE' 'AT
Pittsburg 4.
an engagement off the the most intense patript whole front Jo. a depth.varying from St. Louis 6 the.senior class, made'a'brief, pointedand HAND 1 ,
Cincinnati 2. .
1st. On December 16 a Ger- Remember the: women's meeting 500 meter.to one kilometer.. We car witty speech of thanks on behalf .

ler squadron raided the eastEngland this.afternoon in the Presbyterian.lecture ried two' successive lines of trenches New. York-Boston, wet grounds. of his class. Next' week is "clean-up week": In

bombarding Scar- room. You mothers, sisters and arid have taken a great number of American League At different times during the even- Orlando. as well "as several places fn

ind the Hartlepools. On Jan daughters who revere 'the part your ptison rs.. ." ., Washington' 6, Philadelphia, '1.. ., ing class yells were given with vim the state and residents here should

1 British squadron interceptman loved ones took in war, let us get'to- ---:- '. ., .. Chicago Cleveland-St.4, Detroit 1. and ginger.. First the juniors yelled not neglect to clean; up their i backyards t
Louis cold 1
squadron while<<, it was gether in peace. Miss Deaderick wifl i No Change at-Front "r Boston-New weather. for the'seniors, ,then the seniors returned ,' and merchants as well'should

the North sea to make,'anI read "War Brides." "If we breed the London,. .April 30.< -The following Federal York, rain. the compliment, after which get rid of a lot of old trash, etc.,

1 'and.sank the'German crui- men for don't let ,_ League. both divisions which has accumulated in their' storerooms i
you,,why you Us say report from Field Marshal Sir John Baltimore 0, Kansas City 2. gave their class yells. .

her.' *' what is'to' become of Them?"' Thisis French was given,out this evening. by Brooklyn-Pittsburg wet grounds.lewarkSt. Like all good things there had to and elsewh?re.

f. is on the'north'eru coast of a great story because it lies so the war office: be an end sometime, and at last the The'preservation of public healthin
ithin a few miles of the Bel- close tq every woman's heart and life... "The situation on our front has not Buffalo-Chicago Louis,cold, wet weather.grounds. .. guests departed, having' enjoyed"the i cities and towns has become a' par. .,

tier.i It :is at the northern changed 'in the last 'forty-eight, hours. Southern'League'Nashrlne juniors' hospitably to the limit.R amount issue to those interested in
of the the work, and the efforts of'the
English channel; east Civic
WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT An.area in the neighborhood of Ypres 6, Memphis 1. f

:and west .of Ostend., OF PRIZE LIST IN. has'been .the'scene of great artillery Chttanooga 6, Little Rock 1. R. MEN REFUSE AWARD OF League, city commissioners. and the ,
Board of '
to make '
.' "deanupweek"
SUNDAY SENTINEL activity throughout this period. There Mobile 4, Birmingham, 3. ARBITRATION BOARD
:; OF THE CITY count for Onward Orlando,
COUNCIL t have been other
no. operations so. 5. ,
New 6 Atlanta
Orleans '
YESTERDAYy the Chicago, April .-The Western should receive .the support ff'all citizens _
After ten' days 'work judges in .as the British ,army is,concerned South Atlantic League .
the Board of railroad arbitration board handed who are interested in the pres-
Trade contest conductedthrough Savannah 3, Charleston 0. :
down its'award today in the of ervation of public health, not only in
: council held its regular r ease
the Sentinel for the best'slogan [VILLA. LOSES 200 :MILES OF TER-. Macon 11, Columbus 1.
six thousand engineers and firemen'who our beautiful city but in the state
esterday. They decided to the best way to advertise Orlando I RITORY Albany 10, Jacksonville 4.
Palmer street had asked for a ten percent. increase and .nation as. welL : -
as soon as etc., reached decision last* '
even -' Augusta. 5 Columbia
5; 11
The invitation '
comes available, refused'thef ing: The fall list of prize winnersand in wages and changes working been extended to
; : El Paso. Tex., April 30,--Villa, in darkness.; the.
) the Orlando Water and ,the articles .submitted, by, themwill ,his retreat'following disastrous, bat conditions. The representativeson Coast Line to Join in the work, '

kpany to stop sprinkling the appear in" the Sunday.Sentinel.Watch tle Cetera, abandoned theenemya SLIP THROUGH OFFICER CARTER'S the board of ,the engineers ,and and Mr.. White, the popular agent at., '
between firemen refused to sign the award. the depot, informs us that the '
;a 6:30 and 9 o'clock for,this Sunday feature. The l the country south of Aguas Cali CLUTCHES company : -

P''deeided4hat the new light articles submitted were:excellent. The They declared granted no increase will enter heartily: into 'the ._
entes stretch of
a 200 miles. This information -
on Lucerne Circle be'placed judges were the cashiers of Orlando'th Eugene Rowe and Cliff Lang, local in wages.and'. .in many cases the movement to make the city inore'atf.
s was in
: conveyed atelegram ,
apart. Daytona' asked foOrlando's r ree:banks-S. Waters Howe of "the' Villa ; orange packers charged ,with'stealinga wages can be reduced, if it were not tractive. ; -
from himself to t
: a correspondent t
diamond pin from,a drummer, were for in the Let us make Orlando-bloom'Jike
charter.' State.Bank C. P;bow'of the a clause award that where { a ,
Peoples in.
a statement of heldby :
; ,Bank,. and Geo. E. .Nolanof. the Orlando 'I. Vflla., The territory now dated in the very clutches of Orlando law I wages are' higher now they shall not rose this summer. -If you help, I. will l' E
message last night but both escaped. Officer be affected. W. S. Carter contendedthat help, for one can not do it alone.
Bank ,
} OF TIIOS. KEYES SENT and Trust, Company.. In I Aguas Calientes today and in i
part Carter had his stern hands Rowe We must all take
on the hand
: NORTH 'reading'the Sunday Sentinel don'tforget said: I wages of every engineer west a in this work
asked .a bystander to hold him and of of beautifying. : "
Chicago are higher now than is
to read the fourth ;
installment ti .
"All of ..
forces in ,,
my are excellentspirits -
tains'of Mr: Thomas Keyes, of the ""Black Box," and numerous. and have been to, leavethe .then dashed viciously after Lang who .' granted by the award. In the case of w .,,.,,,\-
eager was in training for running and dis- 'a few engines there i
n Winter Park on the 22nd Other feature articljes. trenches to go qut to meet Obre- light is a slight TEMPERANCE'' "MAY SWEEP. '
appeared in the impenetrabledark increase. '
I jwere sent yesterday to the 'gon." INDIA,' :\
\ ness of the moon. Carter returned _: ._ I
tne' of .the 'deceased, 'New NOTICE FROM (COMMISSIONER The fact that Villa is entrenched at ?
found Rowe had also '
ont where they will,be in- \ ROBERTSON Aguas Calientes indicates that he is -escaped. PRESIDENT COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH Calcutta.-King-George's example r.

CO. IS DEAD in abolishing strong .drink fromhis
hey were .:
accompanied by Commissioner Robertson, preparing to make, a stand against
A. Morse Jr. stated yesterday .Obregon's forces POULSON TO SPEAK AT New York, April 30:.-Edward D. household for the duration-of the wart ,
that the trash at that pointy -
division of the HIGHLAND GROVE Easion, one of the organizers and has' been nailed with enthusiastic! "d : -

sanitary department would cart awaw The Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson I of the Columbia' Phonograph '
oks, newstationery., ne all removed xnfoss I pastor president light by Indians of the ,upper class,
(,Columbia records at Cur- trees but !I '.:a.THE. .of the Baptist church, will speak 'at company, died today at Central whose younger generation was becoming ) .

tal'';' Orange avenue. trees.would not cany away limbs and small ,I Florida: Fair Saturday and Sunday I.Highland Grove chapel Sunday after- I Valley N., Y., sftar a nervous break i 'alarmingly addicted'to the

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Tampa, Fla.-Pugs.. < ? a resolu-I'I '
Orlando and Service :
Delivery Messenger BY FRANK G. MENKF ion passed at a recent I H Hoosier ..
The Famous New York Sporting the board of governors, D. C. Gillett,
Expert. president of the board of trade, has I
Harley-Davidson TruckFOR sent out a circular letter to fifty com-
New York.-It begins to look as if mercial organizations in South Florida -
QUICK SERVICE the most certain way for a ball playerto calling on them to appoint representatives -
become a star is for John McGrawto for a conference to be heldin I -I
pronounce him not worth his keep. Tampa May 26 and each six months Spring Water .

", PHONE 444 Cincinnati became famous as a thereafter, at which the needs of I
place for fellows to get their real South Florida will be discussed. .
I start by being fired, but John of the The resolution passed by the governors -
and Bad Giants has been giving Garry Herr- called on other commercial or- i iI
Good Stores
j. Cigar man's outfit a close battle of late. ganizations in the Tampa territory to I
Johnson had George Chalmers on appoint a standing committee of three WE have just received a large
.' Jill 11111 III 111111111 III" III I i 1111111111111111111 his roster this spring, but after persons for this purpose, but in his
supply of this nice water. Ringus
watching George throughout the letter President Gillett suggests thatif
spring season John decided George one person from each organization up and order a 5 gallon demi-
OUR MOTTO : wouldn't do. So he pointed to the attends, the leathering will be a very
gate and George went on his way- representative one and like y to be john.
e' Small Profits and Quick Returns." ;jobless. productive of much good tall.
hung around the Polo
George At the semi-annual cp. erences
I grounds when the Phillies made their which it is
proposed to hold in Tampa
Here is where for the service get and no
you pay you
I visit last week and looked so sorrowful steps will be taken to secure the best IT'S A FINE TABLE WATER
f more. In these times you should pay for no service you I that Pat Moran, manager of the co-operation between all of the com- I .

don't get. Investigate our plan. :Quaker crowd, offered him a job. mercial organizations of this section,
George accepted. to discuss general plans and needs,
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. 4McGraw says you ain't any good," both of the cities and the back country -
said Pat to George. "I think you are. and to take appropriate action City Drug StoreJ.
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 Now you go ahead and show me The along the lines indicated. It is expected -
first job you get is against the Gi that the exchange of views will

ants." be> mutually helpful.The L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy
George faced his one time Giant Tampa board of trade now has
team mates, beat them 6 to 1, and allowed nearly 800 members and President
Show Your ColorsWe them only two hits. Gillett expects it to become an increasing 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA

Al Demaree might be called Exhibit power for progress. "
B in this case. McGraw thoughtso
have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a little of Demaree that he traded JUDICIARY B COMMITTEE PUZZLING

flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A him to the Phillies along with Milton -
big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and stock for Hans Lobert- Demaree'sfirst -
was against the Gi-
patriotism. You may teach both by displaying one of these hand- ants appearance and he shut them out. Tallahassee, Fla.-Delegates of labor 'The.' arl et

some sets on your home. The story concerning Dick Rudolphwas organizations who are in the capital -

printed from one end of the landto working for various measures affecting OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
\v. S. BRANCH the other last year. John once workingmen are puzzled over
owned Dick but didn't think much of the attitude of the judiciary B com-
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC: STORE him. So he turned him loose and mitttee in the senate, who look with FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Dick eventually landed with the disfavor on an anti-injunction bill Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Braves and materially assisted in now pending. It is stated that the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
1 pitching them into the world cham- bill as presented is a redraft of the and pure. .

pionship. Clayton anti-trust law, enacted by We invite inspection and guanmttf satisfaction. We have
Hankerinus Gowdy could have been congress some time ago. It is stated
everything in the Meat Line. .
i Giant regular. But McGraw that the committee believed the bill

couldn't see him. Stallings could and would be unconstitutional if enactedin j pelf &
M. Co.
Gowdy today ranks as one of the best Florida, but on the other hand the .

, Three Moderate fielding backstops in the game and as labor people contend that if the law I pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
the greatest slugging catcher in any has been considered constitutional by
league. the federal government that Florida

Priced Charley Herzog has few equals as workmen are entitled to the same pro-
CottagesFor a third sacker. But McGraw let him tection. Efforts will be made to have
go to Cincinnati. If Herzog had the committee reconsider the bill and

Sale or to Rent been kept by McGraw in 1914 a different report it favorably.
story might have been written ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
about the world series, because the PROHIBITION OF VODKA CAUSES

weakness at third lost at least a half CHANGE IN SPEECH
h dozen games for the Giants. Of,
course, Herzog was let go partly for Petrograd.-A Russian merchantwho SHEET METAL CO. :

friendship's sake-but should friendship has just returned from a drive
I figure in baseball? of about 350 miles through the inte-

. C. A. HOVEY i McGraw had a chance to grab Edward rior, says the prohibition of vodka Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
i Trowbirdge Collins. has caused a curious change in the
t. I' Red Ames was traded by McGraw speech of the moujiks (peasants). and Rubber Roofings
to Cincinnati for Art Fromme and an- Whereas the conversation of the
t [other player. Ames pitched great country people was formerly punctu- Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
E ball for the Reds last season, while ated with highly colored and some-
Fromme fliwered badly. times astounding "expletives," these ORLANDO
Works: 14 E. Church St. -
t Heinie Groh was not considered of strong phrases are now rarely heard.
major league calibre by McGraw. He The moujik is observing the temperance -
a- let the midget go to Cincinnati wherehe law in spirit as well as in let-
quickly developed into one of the
I very best basemen in the game. :
CAREY Beals Becker, who is fielding in ter.Dr.
sensational style and hammering the F. F. Thompson\\
ball to all portions of the lots for the. The Orlando Meat MarketT.
Phillies, is a Giant cast-off. He would DENTIST
F FUNERAL DIRECTOR look mighty grand in the wobbly Gi- I
S. Ave.
115 Orange over Curtis & A. YANCY Manager
: ants! outfield just now.
And these are only a few of the I
; most recent folks that John canned -,- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

; and who did a "come-forward" as Florida and Western Meats
Dr. S. S.
soon as they hopped into another uni-

All calls answered Promptly Day form. CHIROPRACTOR Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

or Night. Hand Block. COTTON MANUFACTURERS' CONVENTION graduate Davenport College, 17 and Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
209. Intelligent people everywhereare P. O. BOX 226 -
Orlando Florida.PHONE being restored to health by chiropractic PHONES {Residence Business lie'33 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.I .
Boston, Mass.-Discussion of the adjustments, the new science
I I of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, alarming shortage of dye stuffs due free. 12- -I-lmo.
to the war occupied the most promi- I
nent position in the speeches deliveredat
the annual meeting of the National I
Association of Cotton Manufacturers,

-S. which attracted prominent cotton men ICI I'\ Pure Ice I

r from ton Thursday.all parts of The the country convention in Bos-will \ C.rean-t

Hammond GoreFUNERAL last two days. It was agreed that the ,
cotton and other allied trades will be

seriously curtailed unless conditions When you want PURE ICE For Party *
I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I improve The possibilities of buildingup CREAM call for HAND'S. If I .

I. the pronounced dye industry not in this encouraging countrywere you don't believe that we take Club ,; _j

r REAL VALUES LOW PRICES but several men expressed the opinion the greatest care in its manu- We make our Ice Cream from Church Social

COMPARE that if the war were protracted the facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
United States will find itself forced to make it. You will be surprisedat School Social
become independent as regards dye the care every detail is given. cans, moulds and everythingused
I OUR FURNITUREWe I stuff. It was suggested that the in the manufacture of our Lodge
Any kind you want, any time t
country should be fortified against an- ',
provide the quality i of furniture that has long other such emergency by increasingthe I you want it. In any quantityfrom Jce: Cream is thoroughly steril- ; Picnic'Order

been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the present high tariff on dyes a quart up. ized.
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
here it otherwise. We You are cordially invited to Hands Pure
4 It wouldn't be were ca 't make
Refuses Pay to State Printer
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones inspect our factory at any
of this business, and that means much to any buyer. Tallahassee, Fla.-The house again time. Ice Cream
I I refused to adopt the report of the I

committee on legislative expenses, 1
McNEttL & DAVIS BLOCK, containing the provision to pay the i
I state printer for 4,000 copies of the
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando Fla. journal daily for nine days from April HANDS ICE CREAM CO. I II 1

.J 6 to 13, and this is about the fourth ,
e. time this proposition has come up in I ,\
some form. The house has taken the .
W. Jefferson Street
position that it will not pay this bill, PHONE 566 \
Try Our Job Department maintaining that it never authorized
:this number published.

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t. Detroit, Eustis, Federal Point, Fort seventyfivears ago, consider the 4 Ullllllllllllllllll " " " "I"I'II"'IIIII"I""IIIIIII'II'

rnERS TO THE SENTINEl Lauderdale, Fort Pierce Gainesvillp, :whole range of the spectrum. It is :
Green Cove Springs, Hawthorn, High truly remarkable the multicolored and :
Springs, Homestead Jacksonville :
FROM Lake Worth, Leesburg, Live Oak :Miami fast effects that the dyers of the old :
Ocala, Ormond, Ozona, Palatka, I I school achieved with limited means o)Ii
Pensacola, Princeton, Ruskin, San Mateo land facilities." :
Sanford, Sarasota, South Jacksonville -
OF HEALTH Stuart, Tallahassee, Titus- :
,- vile Wildwood and Winter Haven. (ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND
i. Reports have been received from 27 SOCIAL SCIENCE OPENS .
.': Why Florida Should Model cities. Of the 1,658 cases investigatedonly
: Hare the
984 have an official record of THE
.. State Law for Vital tirth in the archives of the state. Philadelphia, Pa., April 30.Several -
StatisticsTo Municipal action can do something notable public men gathered '

give each individual in Floridaa toward improving the situation, bu. )here today for the nineteenth ,
only through the passage of a good '
legal record of birth and citizen- law can state wide birth registrationbe annual meeting of the American
ship.To effectually established. Academy of Political and Social Science .

preserve the best evidence of Very respectfully yours, which has chosen for the gen- 't

the existence and death of every per- I JULIA C. LATHROP, Chief. .- eral subject of the two days sessions .

son dying within the state. Americas Interests as Affected by J
To assure to health authorities im- SHORTAGE the European War."

mediate notice of each case of sickness On account of their bearing on the

dangerous to the public health. burning problems of the day the dis Grocery
.l' Grocery
Boston, Mass.-The alarming short-
To provide a means of gathering cussions here are being watched with cila
t the data as to the marriages contracted age of dye stuff due to the war block- interest not only throughout the two

and divorces granted in the state. ades was discussed here with concern Americas, but in every capital of the Department DepartmEnt

That there may be permanently by the delegates to the meeting of world. "America," as employed on

" >"preserved and of ready access the facts the National Association of Cotton the program, includes all the Western

\; '"\- of.. the birth- sickness marriage" relation Manufacturers Friday. Hemisphere the ambassador, for among from the Brazil speakersare and 7 cakes Strives to assist the pur6Pounds i
and death of each resident.
Arthur II. Gulliver, of Isorwichton, "'
That legal evidence may be always Conn., declared it was useless for us a former minister from NIcaragua chaser toward greatest best
The speeches have a certain official -
available to settle questions of age, to try to compete at short notice with Octagon i
r identity, parentage, kinship, heirship, character, too, because many of
Germany, a nation that had made discoveries -
descent inheritance the delegates are appointed by governors by giving great-
bequests, lega- and experiments and had economy Gloss Starch
cies, pensions, insurance, as well as in of states. Others represent national Soap
spared no producing results -
criminal and personal responsibility.That from coal tar. He continued: and local civic organizations, est values. Below are a for
public health workers chambers of commerce and peace and for
may "It may be possible for us in a
have the requisite data of the births I number of years--and I speak ad- arbitration societies.The few of the wonderful bar-
discussions will culminate in
and deaths, the marriages and divorces -
them -
visedly-to give some competition 25
and most of all, the prevalence the closing session, when the vital 25c. c. 1"
but for us to consider for a mo- for
4. of sickness, of the people under their ment that we can assume this indus- subject "America's Possible Contributions gains we are offering

care, upon which to base their en- try simply because we are short of to a Constructive Peace," will
deavors and measure the results of come before the delegates.The .
for the
the produce we require opera-
their efforts. prospectus of the meeting ruled
tion of our plants is open to argu-
That one know from out all consideration of causes of the
every may
of birth death and sick- ment. war or blame for starting the conflict. I
comparisons ,
I "We do not wish to belittle the discovery I
ness rates, how Florida and each of' Dr. WalterF. The spirit and the letter of neutralityare
just reported by
its communities and sections to be strictly observed.At Thursday Friday
compare Rittman, chemical engineer of the
the first session held in the
with other states and localities as a bureau of mines, of a process of ob-
land to be born live and die in. taining from crude petroleum the pro- auditorium of the Hotel Walton this ,
morning Alba B. Johnson, presidentof
That the many posisble visitors, ducts known as tultuo and benzol,
settlers and investors be assured the Baldwin Locomotive orks,
may which are the source of many of the
f of the healthfulness of Florida and of presided, and Dr. L. S. Rowe, presi-
stuffs that used in
important dye are
its various sections, and the state's dent of the academy, welcomed the
the silk, cotton and woolen industries.It .
natural and climatic advantages, and is Dr. Rittman's expectation that delegates. Then ensued a discussionof and SaturdaySNAP

the consequent stability of its present ,his process may become more eco- ; "America's Industry and Labor" as
Affected by the European War.
development and the certainty of its nomical than the German method of
Samuel Gompers, president of the
future far greater agricultural and obtaining these products from coal
American Federation of Labor, said
commercial and prosperity.
progress tar, as not only tutuol and benzol are
Finally, because Florida should follow that the organized labor movement is
obtained, but also gasoline in consid-
the example of Maryland, Ken- erable quantities which may prove to planning to protect the wage earner

tucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Mississippi be an important factor in paying the against the tide of immigration of un- EASTERNERS SHEERETTE LADIES $3.50 PATENT

North and South C rolm-i, and costs of the process." paralleled proportions that undoubt-
and be the last edly will flow to this country at the
Georgia, not Socthern
A beautiful thin
Edward S. Chapin, of Boston, de- Roost Proof maAND GUN METAL
State to this conclusion of the war.
place uniformly clared that a return to the use of nat- terial for wash dres-
cated model law on its statute book, Black and white, 3 dozen
is the
ural dye stuffs solution of the 36 inches wide 25c COLONIAL PUMPS
and by so doing have its vital statis- problem. He recalled the time when LOTS OF WINE IN LONDON 'for es, ,

tics acucrately- compiled- and published aniline colors were distrusted. London.-Just as much wine as quality.

&\ by its State Board of Health "We must remember that before ever is drunk in leading West End $2.69

for its own citizens, and by the U. S. the days of the modern artificial dyes restaurants, an investigation today lOc. 19c.

bureau of the census for all the world .people wore colored garments," he discloses. King George's exampleand
to know. said. Ladies were gay and gallants the admonishments of Lloyd-

JOSEPH Y. PORTER, tried to please long before Perkin dis- George and Kitchener apparentlyhave

State Health Officer and Registrarof covered mauve. A careful reading of no effect. _

Vital Statistics. any of the works of the masters of: At the Savoy out of 38 persons i in : : GLASS VASES VOILES, Plain and White LAWNS AND CREPES

detailed description of the past cen- view, 24 were drinking wine and 12
Treasury Department tury-of Dickens, or Thackeray, or non-alcoholic beverages. The head 20 inches high 38 inches wide. all new in Dainty Patterns -

Bureau of the Public Health Service Victor Hugo, or Goethe-will reveal waiter said just as many people were 15c values,
Office of the Sugeon General 75c. quality 35c. quality .
interesting evidence of color and colored calling for wine as ever. Princes', yard

WashingtonI fabrics. Even more so the stand- the Trocadero, and Hatchett's made
am advised by state health
Dr. your ard text books on dyeing of fifty or the same report. 35c. 22c.
officer Joseph Y. Porter, that it lOc.
+ is proposed to present to the Florida
legislature,: for enactment a law to se-
cure the registration of births and t
deaths in the state.
deaths is of the utmost importance to
any community. Records of births and PAJAMA CLOTH PRESSES -'

tial and records deaths are of the two people.of the most As essen- Saturday Monday Special 36 inches wide, 12c Made of. Galateau,
a com-
munity grows in population and as its "QUANTITY AND QUALITY" quality 10 yards for Chambray and Seer- made of good quality
social and business affairs become pucker, 50c and 75c; Gingham, 75c quality
more developed, reliable records of Satisfied customers are our best advertisement. values
the time and conditions of birth and .
the time and causes of death of its 15 pounds Sugar ____________________________ $1.00 85c. 44c. 58c.SKIRTINGS .
citizens become essential to their wel- Kingan's Sliced Breakfast Bacon, 1 pound box___ .30 .

fare and the protection of their legal Excellent Hams, per pound ___________________ .18
social and economic interests.In .
the absence of adequate laws Breakfast Bacon and Strips, the very best, pound .20 RIBBONS :

eoverning the registration of births Creamery Butter, per pound _________________ .38
and deaths in the state of Florida the Snowdrift Lard, large, per pail ________________ 1.00 DRESS SUIT CASES Beautiful I line in plain, 1

t present to legislature has an opportunity Gross weight 4 pound pail lard _________________ .40 inch size in plain colors and fancy Moire, Floral and
do 24
a signal public service for I
the state and to erect, in an adequate Compound Lard per pound __________________ .10 weaves, worth up to.Dresden. patterns, val$1.50 -

registration law, a monument to the 24 pound sack good flour ____________________ 1.00 quality98c. 50c. for, yard ues up to 40c. i

statesmanship of its members. Irish Potatoes, per peck ______________________ .20 yard :

Very RUPERT truly, BLUE 7 cans Baby size Globe Cream ________________ .2;.i 15c.

Surgeon General. 7 cans Tall size Globe Cream __________________ .50 19c.

:3 cans Condensed Milk\ _______________________ .2;)

j 4 U. S. Department of Labor Corn Beef per can _________________________ .20

Children's WashingtonI Bureau One-half barrel Pillsbury Flour _______________ 4.35; SILK CREPES LADIES HOSE

have been 4 packages Quaker Oats _____________________ .2;; TALCUM POWDER
informed that a bill in plain and fancy
for the registration of births and 3 cans Tomatoes ((3 pound) ___________________ .23 terns beautifulEvening Pure Thread Silk, Embroidered -
pat ,
deaths prodding for the establish 3 cans Corn ________________________________ .25 Air Float, Large can White only,
Shades 75c.
ment of a system similar to that suggested Good Early June Peas, per can ________________ .10 $1.25 value, pair ]
in the so-called "model law" values, yard44c. ;
may be introduced in the present ses- 3 pound Table Peaches, per can _______________ .17 a ai

sion of the Florida legislature. 3 cans Soup ________________________________ .25 i 8c.TOWELING 69c.MEN'S .

All legislation dealing with the registration 3 cans Pork and Beans _______________________ .25 .

importance of births to the is children's a matter of bureau vital 3 cans Syrup _______-_______________________ .25 t _ _ _ _ {

because the adequate recording of Good ground Coffee, per pound ________________ .18 .
births is fundamental to the studiesof Good Green Coffee, per pound ______________ .16 WHITE GOODS UNDERWEAR

child welfare which the bureau is 3 bottles Tomato Catsup _____________________ .25 2-piece Nainsook athletic
directed by law to undertake. -
"model law," drafted by a committeeof The 3 bottles Pickles _______________________-____ .25 A good Heavy Twill, Slightly soiled, values l.
the council of health and public instruction Best Pure Syrup, 1 gallon can _________________ .60 up to 50c., choice. I style, $1.00 qualiSpecial -

of the American Medical I Lipton's Tea per pound ______________________ .55 per yard )"ard'.o. suit I I.s
Association ,
American Public and Health approved Association by the 7 five cent packages Shredded Cocoanut ________ .25

the American Bar Association, the 6 packages five cent size crackers _____________ .25 4c. 17c. 85c.
bureau of the census and the chil- 3 packages ten cent size crackers ______________ .25 .

d-en's bureau, provides machinery 2 packages Grape-Nuts ___________________ .25
which is
it has been working established.promisingly The where chil- Navy Beans 7 pounds for ____________________ .50 .

dren's bureau has been co-ooerating Oyster Crackers, loose, 3 pounds for ___________ .25 "

with the general and state federationsof Soda Crackers, loose, 3 pounds for _____________ .25 J.

women's clubs in the effort to Grits, 9 pounds for ---_______________________ .25
arouse sentiment in favor of legisla-
tion providing state wide registrationof Meal, 9 pounds for __________________________ .25 I Yowell-Duckworth Co.
births and we are much interested Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen _______________ .18
'' in the fate of the proposed bill. 6 packages, U. S. Marine Smoking Tobacco _____ .25
You be interested
may in learningof 3 package Prince Albert Tobacco I
the result of the investigationwhich Smoking _____ .25
the club women in Florida have 'I All five cent seller Tobacco, 6 for ______________ .25 l
been making in co-operation with the All ten ceflt seller Tobacco, 3 for ______________ .25 1 1Orlando's
children's bureau to learn the numberof "
babies who are being denied the COM EARLY and AVOID THE RUSH Largest Store. "Quality Did It. 1
right of a birth record.
S'', The investigation has been organ- 21 WEST CHURCH CHURCH

ized in Aubumdale Clearwater, Co- ... II 11111111111111111111 "..81 1.1_ _ _'n II' il" ,. 111'1111111 I .h
,coanut Grove, Crescent City, Daytona,

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THE DAILY I I to put the terminus of the highway,

Miami and exclude consideration :
South Florida Sentinel ,
interior Florida. It would be a g '; <

< MORNING AND WEEKLY idea to write Mr. Saxon, however, S
'- rU GLENN .....................Editor
W. C. ESSINGTON .Buiineu Manager ask him to exert his influence in j
curing a different route. I
Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando. Florida ,
a. Second Class Mail Matter. It will only be a matter of a f

months until Jacksonville is linked .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Orlando and Orlando to "
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 Tampa bj
Daily 6 Montha ............. .. ....... 2.30 continuous belt of bricked highwa
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 True and representative Florida \ I
not be seen by coasting down 1
Weekly 1 Year .... ...... .. 1-00 .; : .
East Coast. The real Florida lies -
ADVANCETO land, through the central porti : '''''''tqr>r. ;

This is where the Dixie highw
should run.
Copy for display and all other hand-set I
advertisinr mutt be handeo in at the business -o-..-
< office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. to,
the day before publication. This rule applies There is deep disquiet among sOof .
to changes for contract advertising: it i. our people because they are not : ; ;.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. .
lowed to run over the new brick rot

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued before the contractors have tun
should notify the office in writing on
the date t>f expiration otherwise it will be them over to the county. Better kt
continued at the regular subscription rates
quiet. The time is very short ur
until -notice to stop is received
Telephone Numb-r .. .................... 24 you can use them to your heart's c<

SATURDAY A Y 1, 1915.


Notice is hereby given that ....e. the und
Central Florida has awakened to signed incorporators intend to apply to i
Excellency. Park Trammell. Governor of *
the fact that the proposed Dixie high- State of Florida, on the 31st day of M
A. D. 1913. or as soon thereafter as we c
route should pierce the most be heard for letters patent to he issued

way beautiful most populous and most the Southern the following Realty Company.shall be of the which Articlesof corporation each per inhabitant of the city. The I ''i I II IIA

Incorporation: improvements around the lakes will Son1\\1
section of Florida.

Scores representative of cities and communities are ARTICLES SOUTHERN OF INCORPORATION ARTILE REALTY I. COMPANY OF THE bring sands permanent of residents plaesure and visitors to thou-for S.G.Dolive &

alert and making concerted
they are
The name of this corporation shall be the generation to come. If there is no
efforts to have the highway routed to Southern Realty Company and its principal other to Real Estate and Insurance
place of business shall be Orlando. Orange way keep up the improve-
include Central Florida cities and County. Florida, but said corporation may ments we might all practice self denial SALE OF
counties. The proposed route is still have offices elsewhere in this State or in the ORLANDOFLORIDA
United States of America as by its business for a week and put the money .
on paper. On May 20 there will be a : may become necessary and expedient. thus saved into park improvements.The No. 3 W. Pine Second FloorMagnolia
meeting at Chattanooga. At that ARTICLE II. I 37 SILK DRESSESOur

time it is expected that a route will The general nature of the shall business be to fol-be
transacted by the corporation as
want ad.'s the I
be determined from Chicago through lows: To hold. buy. own control work de thing. entire
velop. sell. convey lease. rent. mortgage, aggregatingin
Indianapolis, Indiana, Kentucky, Ten- pledgee' exchange, cultivate improve and otherwise I
The I deal in and dispose of real estate and value $790.00.Ve are prepared -
and Florida.
nessee, Georgia -
any rights titles. interest or estate therein.
southern terminus of the route as in the State of Florida and in other Statesof to make a sacrifice-an
the United States and in foreign countries -
tentatively decided upon is Miami. ; to plat. improve., drain and develop ) absolute loss-of $350.00, in or-
There to the lands for the purpose of sale, and to do and
are many objections perform all things appropriate or needful for der to stimulate buying.
routing of the highway from Georgia the development and improvement of the same
for any purpose for which the same may be The Dresses are positively the
Florida to Miami. As plannedit
adapted: to undertake and direct: the management -
will run down the East Coast from and sale of all or any part of the 1 very latest styles shown in New
property of the corporation; and to under- I .
Jacksonville to Miami. It will pass take and direct the management and ale of York at the present moment
I property buildings and land of other and I
through about three live towns and a commission the general business in
to transact on i and are expressed .
score of dead ones. If it does go directly of real estate' agents and brokers to iI I
buy. and ell citrus fruits and produce of alldescriptions qualities of Crepe de Chine,
to Miami from Jacksonville it and to own. operate. manage or I
will not be a representative route in control general merchandise, stores: to buy. AvenueI I Chameuse, Chiffon Taffeta, Silk
build erect or construct houses, dwellinltSo.tore
: any manner, shape, or form, because rooms or office buildings and to sell Poplins and Silk Radium.In .
and lease the same; to buy. raise and sell
every person knows that the interior cattle, and all other live stock; to loan and
cities of Florida have the upper hand borrow money on notes bonds mortgages or have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- order to make purchasingeasier
otherwise. To make contracts of any kind
of the East Coast cities. If the out- whatsoever for the furtherance of its business uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. and more comprehensive,

side world does not know it now they such and purposes and be generally incident to to the exercise we have classed them under
as pur-
powers may A This place has
a frontage of 155 feet and contains
: amber
will soon discover it. poses and business of said corporation : and to three headings
have exercise, an 'enjoy all the rights powers \ of bearing fruit trees. :
Carl Fisher, the man who built the and privileges ffifltlWirTo'cort'.orallons' fir* a.
ganized and existing under the laws of the
Indianapolis motor speedway, who State of Florida J I will sell the entire property or will sell any number
fathered the Lincoln highway, and The foregoing clauses shall be construed as .
independent objects, businesses and powers. feet off south end. 1
who wrote "Prest-O-Lite," has large and the enumeration of any specific businessor
power shall not be held to limit or restrict! The house is in Values up to $19.50 Saturday
holdings in Miami. He is undoubtedly in any manner any other object business or good condition and is arranged into .

behind the movement to make Miami power of this corporation. light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
the southern terminus of the ARTICLE III.The $12.90
amount of the capital stock of this $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
route regardless of the inland cities, corporation shall be twenty thousand dollars.to .

counties and communities of Florida. be value divided of one into hundred two hundred dollars shares each.of Said ther bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT

Should the route run directly to Miami Stock may be paid for in property labor or BARGAIN.Cash HEADING NO. 2
services at a just valuation to be fixed by the
as appears doubtful, and the interior Board of Directors at a meeting called for Values to
terms. up $29.00, Saturday
such or
cities of Florida be overlooked, purpose.ARTICLE IV.

it would not take the traveling public The corporation shall exist for a period of $16.90
very long to find out they were in ninety-nine years. The business of this corporation -
shall be conducted by the following
grievous error concerning the real attractiveness officers to-wit:
\ Vice-President. and
President Secretary
of Florida. Treasurer. One person to hold said office ofSecretary
It would indeed be a comical .sight; and Treasurer and said officers HEADING NO. 3
shall comprise.. the Board of Directors.
to see Carl Fisher holding the bag ARTICLE V. S. Y. WAY Values up to 17.50, Saturday

yes, actually holding the bag, for the The officers and directors shall be electedat
the first annual meeting of the stockholders. -
first time, for he has never been de- which. shall be held on the first Tuesdayin $24.90HAIR :
feated. But such a route as planned I March. A. D. 1916. and annually thereafteron
the first Tuesday of each and every March:
would mean that and nothing more. said meeting to be held at the principal office Insurance and Real Estate Agent
in the of Florida.
of the Company State
Fisher would hold the bag and all the
The persons who are to conduct the business -
real estate men in Miami would also of this corporation as its temporary offi
errs until its regular officers are elected: at PHONE
be holding said bag and watching the the first annual m %ting. and who have quali- 172

stream of motorists leaving the East fied.Albert are J. Taylor. President

Coast route and spinning through the M. a Taylor. Vice-President.
E. B. Bradley. Secretary and Treasurer.
score of beautiful progressive inland ARTICLE VI.

cities. Such a route would meal a The highest amount of indebtedness or lia- f
diversion of traffic. bility to which this corporation can at anytime GOODSThe
subject itself is fifty thousand dollars.
The Orlando Board of Trade has ARTICLE VII.

joined in the movement along with Names residences and subscriptions of incorporators -
: expert demonstrator will soon be
other interior Florida boards of trade. Albert J. Taylor. Orlando. Fla.....74 shares
A "Dixie highway committee" has Eugene B. Bradley. Orlando. Fla...25 sharesM. leaving us, so we cannot too forcibly urge
G. Taylor. Orlando. Fla. 1 share
been appointed and is working in cooperation ARTICLE VIII. upon our lady patrons the necessity of #

with the other commercial The seal of this corporation shall be a circular consulting her at once. Delays and disap-
impression and bear in the center the
organizations in Florida. The "good word "Seal" and around the circumference" Everything from Head to Foot pointments are often vexatious.
roads committee" of the Kissimmee the words "Southern Realty Company. .

board of trade has issued a call for ALBERT. B. BRADLEY.J. TAYLOR.E. irt our Dru< tore SPECIAL FEATURES are Stemless
M. G. TAYLOR.State .
May 8. At that time representativesfrom of Florida Switches, Pompadours, Princess Waves,

eight or ten inland cities will be County of Orange.Before Hair Tonicto HAIR Transformations, etc., etc.
A. .
me personally appeared J. Taylor.M.
present. The proposed Dixie highway G. Taylor and E. B. Bradley to me well. TONIBunion Gray Hair and pure White Hair a spec-
route will be discussed. Plans will be known as the persons who signed the foregoing
articles of incorporation who, being ialty.
laid and a representative to the Chat- duly sworn acknowledged that they signed .

tanooga meeting will be appointedand same pressed.In for. the uses and purposes therein ex- Plasters BUY NOW and save from 33 to 50 percent

present claims for recognition.The witness whereof I have hereunto set my i
hand and seal this 30th day of April. 1915. on every purchase.
Orlando Board of Trade will havea Notary Seat) LIDIE M. BRAIN. e

representative, perhaps several, at My commission expires August Notary 9. 1916.Public.

_, this important meeting. Davis & Giles Attorneys for Applicants. z
Nothing is ever too late. Repre-

sentatives from Lakeland, Sanford,

Palatka, Kissimmee, Arcadia, Fort DoctorsBiickmasfiT 2 : tJ- : : .

Myers, Bartow, Plant City, Tampa,

St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Or- & Brandage!! .

lando and other abutting cities can OSTEOPATHS :

accomplish a great deal in a short Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat ,

time. Kirksville, Mo. ii,4, '" t ii ottL

Governor Trammell went wrong 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples / /

when he appointed the commisisonersto National Bank. Phone 578.

assist in the Dixie highway movement -
G. W. Saxon of Tallahasseewas CO.

all right, but S. A. Belcher of Orlando Wood Yard

Miami was all wrong. Belcher's place

should have been given to a neutral
Removed from Pine St. two blocks Get it at
man from some other section of the .DEPARTMENT
state. north on Railroad, west end Washington -

It is futile to write to Belcher urg- St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat MERCK'SWe .. ..

ing him to use his influence towardsa all times. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
different routing. Belcher in an interview are the nearest drug store
The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy .
in a Miami said
newspaper PHONE 68MERCK'S tof fair of
"There'll be no crooks or turns in the B. W. dealing, trustworthy merchandise

Dixie highway," so why waste time KINGSLEYPHONE at right pricesTI
and words and postage stamps on a 344 t

man like Belcher who is determined I THE REXALL STORE 'J

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isiature' ar 'lananassee. one statea F Drennen, Mr. W. L. Tilden, Mr. M. B. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 not made by: buying cheap paints,
that the Woman's Orlando, Fla.
Suffrage delegationwas i
I Ives. but by purchasing the very best
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mostcourteously received, a de-i, -().- THE FLYING FREIGHTS th1LA grades, such for instance as we han-
cided in this be- I
improvement respect
'j Thursday afternoon the session of dle. Just think how much more poor
ing/noticed over the previous year. the Kil Kare Klub took the form of a CAPTIVE"A LucerneTODAY paints cost you if you have to keep
She declared that the sentiment of 4Ii
porch party at the home of Mrs. J. N. renewing them every year or two.
the legislators had changed. She, as
Snead's, 10 West Robinson avenue. Kalem drama. Think how much cheaper are our
well as the other leaders, are greatly
which last three timesas
The members were kept busy with paints
encouraged. :Mrs. Mather-Smith sang
their needlework, readings and re- long.
two songs in her customary artistic
freshments. In the evening the club Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
and finished manner, and Miss Per- "HER WEAKLING
met at the home of Mrs. Frances Ii
fi '
sing of the Cathedral school rendereda d
4NT i&_ 205 S. Orange Avenue
Wood in Thornton Park for an evening's BROTHER"A
fine piano solo. The new banner c
entertainment of music and -
;presented to the Orlando league by games, the members and their husbands "THEIR CHEAP Y ACA TION" Lubin special feature, complete COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 I
Mrs. J. C. Patterson was officially
bent on celberating her anni-
unfurled for the first time. Refresh- I in two parts.
versary of a birthday. 1Irs."rood responded -
ments were served and a silver offer- An Essanay comedy.
with an appreciation for the
ing was taken. The next regular I J
gifts from the club and friends and
monthly business meeeting of the I I "CATS"A
the time passed merrily. WRIGHT SEED COMPANYLARGE
league will be held May 12. Thee
meeting was presided over by Mrs. -oA Selis drama.
O'Neal. May Day conference will take FRESH SUPPLY
place tonight, at 8 o'clock, at Labor
oc. lO
MRS. FISHBACK-0-HOSTESS auspices hail, 116 of Orange the avenue Orlando, under Socialist the "MILADY'S BOUDOIR"A Velvet Beans, Cowpeas, Chufas,

TO JUNIOR MATRONS. partyfl The well known sociologist, Biograph drama. Sorghum DasheensAnd
Mrs. Davis Fishback entertainedthe Mrs. Hazlett, has been engaged to lec- ,
members of the Junior Matrons ture on Modern Socialism. The en- other Seeds
Card Club Thursday at the Tremont. trance to the conference is free and FOUR BIG REELS
The event was a nasturtium party all are welcome. Call on us for Prices. 206 South Orange Ave.

and the sun parlor where the guests -

played was decorated with a pro- :Mrs. H. C. Dozier returned today ROOf GARDfNTODAY FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
fusion of the gorgeous blossoms from Orlando where she was the fort-

against a background of pretty potted night guest of Dr. Dozier's sister, BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
greenes. The nasturtium shades were Mrs. Sylvan McElroy. Mrs. Dozier
repeated in the refreshments, consist- was the guest of honor at a numberof
ing of Neapolitan ice cream, angel pretyt social affairs and was an
t food, cake, salted almonds, and mints. admired visitor at a number of other -

Each guest on departing received a parties.-Ocala Star. "THE BLACK BOX"
bouquet of flowers for a souvenir. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
:Mrs. Fishback was assisted by Mrs.S. : BOX" TONIGHT AT THE
Waters Howe. Mrs. Bumby made ROOF GARDENSee r.ft RSAL 1I
high score in the game, winning the Established 1886

club prize, a deck of cards. As many the "Black Box," said to be the "
of the members will leave shortly to greatest photo play ever staged. See I A Baffling, Thrilling Apartment
be away for the summer, yesterday'swas what Craig, Professor Ashleigh's ser-
the last meeting of the club till vant, did. In all your life you have House Story. CURTIS & O'NEAL
falL Those enjoying the pretty event never witnessed anything like the .
besides the hostess were Mrs. Allan "Black Box." See it for the greatest i
Weathersbee, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, action, the most wonderful scenes "PUTTING ONE OVER"A j
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, Mrs. Louis ever shown in the silent drama. Ar- INSURANCE LOANS

Dolive, and Mrs. Mallett, Mrs. Joe range to spend this evening on the Dramatic Story with a double

Bumby, Miss Alta Wright, and Miss Roof Garden and mingle with the
Mary Guernsey, who substituted for masses. Another excellent feature, j
'r the absent members.CONTRIBUTIONS "The Fatal Note, a laughable com- i ji
-0t edy with
many interesting topics. -

J Those who wish to contribute shrubbery CARS OF FRUIT Ko Comedy. Billie Ritchie. j

I f or flowers for the beautifying of i

t the city may send the same to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Symonds left For Sale J
r C. G. Westcott, chairman of the civicart last week for New York State, where 10 cents 5 cents

committee, or Miss Hope Star- they will spend the summer, and will 1
buck. Mrs. C. Westcott, chairman return in plenty of time for the fruit
of the civic art committee, and Mrs. season this fall. Mr. Symonds and Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price a

Cameron Mann have already startedthe son packed and shipped seventy-four 1
\0 "clean-up" campaign by greatly cars of fruit this season. They also 450000. A bargain. 1
beautifying the grounds surroundingthe hope to ship a fine 12 acre crop of With every paid admission to
Cathedral school. They have watermelons during the summer. Roof Garden Monday night a
trimmed the shrubbery, discarding t dish of Hand's Pure Ice Cream 1

that which had become unattractive, Get the news in the Sentinel first. '! will be given absolutely free. "


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Make Orlando More well located lots, on easy terms. As en- .

,- couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell .
ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down, .

$10.00 a month until paid for. Six percent t.

PAINT UP and CLEAN UP on deferred payments. '1


,. The whitest of white :Paint, and the best

of "Clean Up" Tools, at Real) Estate


The Hardware Store on the Corner Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building. 1

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Lake Site I I WANTED having fifteen POSITION-A years experience young man in .J.4' ll1ber, La-t11s and Shingles
; SENTINELWANT ,department stores desires position
where ability and merit would War-
rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf **

Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Two "while you wait," at Young's Repair
Slop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want .
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. PHONE 646

Terms Cash in Advance. for Eight Cylinder Cadillac

136 acres with beautiful fron- RATESFor FIRST CLASS REPAIRING Cement Plaster and Perfection LimeNATIONA

tage on two lakes. Knock Out, One Day ______________23t Royal Agatite
For Three Days _________-_50c --- --- -- --
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i< $15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2. 0 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. U
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of l210lmDON'T
25 words or less. If the ad con-
t Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate

$20.00 per acre. sertion.If each will be additional. one cent word per, for word each for in- I L GAS/ RANG[ 'WFFK[ [

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

counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE .

ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Home-Every Business- If you are disappointedabout
: Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. getting a new Eas-
First Get Range
Witklns Block PHONE 504 ter Suit we can put your
old one in good condi-
tion for just such occas-
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1912
ions. .
model. Has $50 worth of extras.In Fifty-one years ago the first gas range cooked its first meal.It .
fine condition. Price $275 cash.
can buy foundation W. H. Palmer, Box 3. city. 4-29-3t didn't look much like the wonderful new gas ranges of 1915.It .
tone building blocks side- ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
walk tile, or anything in my FOR SALEA was clumsy-imperfect-but even at that it quickly provedits
clean, nice cash business for
line at reduced. Call around lustier, on easy terms; requires only a Dry Cleaning superiority over other ways of cooking. .
and let me surprise you on small cash payment, balance to suit Steam Cleaning

prices. 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. Pressing and Repairing This week is being celebrated all over the country as Na- .

. F. D. GORE, FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story --- tional GAS RANGE WEEK, in honor of this father of all gas

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. cottage, seven rooms and bath, ranges. In honor of the greatest househould help of modern
,modern conveniences, roomy porches,
Nothing charged at these prices. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. times.

fi'' 2-23-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock ONLY $1,000BEFORE The spirit of the week is co-operation---mutual helpfulness

and tools best farm in county; variety -
OSTEOPATHDR. fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- between you and ourselves.
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or not, we I .

: Office corner Orange Avenue and want to show you the wondeeful improvements that have been

iii"" Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR RENT' MAY 5thbuys '
Phone 419. made in gas ranges in the last few years-- changes that make it
FOR RENT-In Concord Park, a four
room house. Apply corner Amelia more than ever the ideal] stove for home cooking. It will only
I avenue and Putnam street. A. P.
Butman. 4-30-St the 2 corner lots east of take a few minutes of your time, and we know you'll find it

FOR RENT-A five room cottage, 7 my residence, sidewalks, nice interesting.
Save Money West Concord avenue, by the sum-
mer or year. Apply at 12 W. Concord fence, oaks and palms.
avenue. 4-29-6t

FOR RENT-Furnished Flat, Ridge- Worth $1500 or more. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
wood ave. Inquire O. K. Bakery.
Inquire of us at once about 4-28-61 Reason for low price is that

.- our new scheme of making FOR RENT-New, Modern Five purchaser must agree to GAS DEPARTMENT
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. .
your dollars buy more groceries build.
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
than at any other place in the mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. 6
Yancey. 3-28-tfc Terms if desired.

city. r
For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -
go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf

Call and see for yourself. An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free Service will Service will

at .Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf L Start Pllr r S ri Wamr r Start

FOR EXCHANGE-Would like to exchange May 10th May 10th
nice lot in Bartow, Fla., for DR. A. J. TAYLOR
CARUTHERS & GORE lot of equal value in Orlando. Phone
632. 4-27-6tc

New Modern Grocery rately and rapidly. Two years' ex In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who .
perience. Reasonable rates Satis-
faction guaranteed. Call or;address, 905 EastlCentral Avenue specialize in this one business. Orlando growing to the proportions that demands .

Phone 200 Miss 727, city.Mabel Durham. Phone 570.4-27-6t Box service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

.the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
Take Kodak films Robinson.
6 and 8 East Pine St. your 3-3-tf- lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

I Advertise all the time-not extravagantly Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

not wastefully, but don't give COOLER Free of Charge. .
anybody a chanc:: to forget you.
t r:" and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
PARDON: gallon.

Notice is hereby given that Louis Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallon lots.AN..A..LYSIS.
I. Kilgore, who was at the Novemberterm
$2.ooTAMPA of Criminal Court of Record,
Orange County Florida, 1914, con-
victed of the offense of carnal inter- "
c t course with unmarried female under :
18 years of ape, and on the 15th of
November, 1914, sentenced by said .violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER Ph.D.
; court, will apply to the Board of Pardons Rollins College, Florida.
at Tallahassee Florida for a
pardon of such conviction at its next Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915

t regular meeting.LOUIS KILGORE. J. HI.\ CARUTHERS H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and 4-21-10tc '" Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:.
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
buy, sell rent and exchange real .

estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., ____________________________________Clear-
over 30 Have handled
20000000.years.Call and see me. over Under New :Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral r
MAY 1m 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. FREE AMONIA _____________________________N one.
ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _________________None
WANTED Smyth HouseCorner CHLORIDE ___________________-____________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
:.,.1 Tickets good on all TOTAL SOLIDS _____________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains WANTED touring car TO;BUY cash late if satisfactoryprice model Ford :Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace

is given. Address Box 66, One Block from Court House HARDNESS _______________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit May 13thVIA Apopka. 4-29-3t The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
FURNISHED ROOMS AND monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
of good celery and lettuce unculti- of the body. -
vated land, valued at $450, for second Rates by Day or Week. Summer The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Atlantic Coast LineStandard hand 5 passenger Ford car. Address Rates Now On. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
E. S., care Sentinel. 4-25-61; MRS. J. II. McCAMY quality. \ ,* t.i I f f 1wU'fWF rTIIllyuI
A very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
TO ECHANGE For house and lot
Railroad of the South in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and ..;
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 the body. V Yours respectfully,
acres Mahlon unimproved Gore. ;. extra good 4-28-tfc land. CLINT BASSPHONE -- \e I (Signed) THOS R. BAKER.

Kodak finishing left at Robinson's 375
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the West Jefferson Street
next day. 3-3-tf
the Atlantic Coast Line Thursday Hand Wood
DR. L H. RAMSDEU night May 13. Rate $17.60. See Mr. CompanyWood LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE i
OPTOMETRIST] LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783. No.
of All Kinds

ORLANDO FIT GLASSES- -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES 506 ticket tification Lexington agent.cards street.from Get depot your or iden-city PROMPT SERVICE VV. \Wright, "Good and Bad, Cigar Store." Phone 444r 'i ,

OPTICAL REPAIRING i All round money getters-want ads.

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I the quality and the price. We want your business. How about your Sunday night lunch.



i Lamb Shoulder, Boned and Prime Ribs of Beef Sirloin Porter House Round Pressed ChickenVeal
Rolled Pork Chops Lamb Chops
I Loaf I
Leg of Lamb Rump Roast Juicy Steaks from Special fed Pressed Tongue I

PORK ROASTS cattle that tickle the pallet of Dried Beef I
Either Pot or Pan Roast Shoulder Clod for a Pot Roast the hungry husband. Mutton Chops Veal Chops Boiled Ham t

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LAKELAND SPIRIT THOROUGHLY I in each instance, what must be calleda to the eastward of the Mississippi, THIRTEEN' NEW CASES OF I
AROUSED i triumphal march. most crops are suffering for rain, especially BERI ON TilE )BERI'I'I
in Florida and the South Atlantic : You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try ,I

Greater Chamber of Commerce Is LONGEST SPRINGTIME DROUGHT i Coast districts. I Newport News, Va.-Commander our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all. :
Planned-Lakeland Schools to I40 YEARS I II "Early corn is coming up, but later I Paul Thierfelder, of the German aux- :
Give Play-Interesting planted over the Southern districts to iliary cruiser Kron Prinz Wilhelm, reported Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers II
Personal Mention I Washington D. C. The longest the eastward of the Mississippi has to Collector of the Port Ham- atFinley's
early spring drouth in more than 40 i I not germinated well on account of ilton today that thirteen new cases I
enthusiasmand exists the eastern drouth." of beri-beri had developed among the
Lakeland, Fla.-The years now over part I
Lakeland spirit that is present in of the United States, the national I members of the crew. This bringsthe PioneerJust
the organization of the board of weekly weather and crop bulletin an- SOWING SEEDS ON TRENCHES number of sick men up to seventy-
trade, and its conversion into a greater nounced today. Cotton and truck three.
chamber of commerce was never crops in the Southeast are suffering."In Paris.-Trench soldiers have become i across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
more strongly manifested than on Texas and Oklahoma excessive gardeners. An ingenious use of the FOOD LOW, GERMANS ARE EXPELLING streets.
Wednesday morning when about fifty rains greatly hindered farm work," I arrival of spring is being made by FRENCH
Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67. I
the bulletin. "Fields I
were badly
in town
busiest reported
of the men says
troops in the chalk districts. The en- Geneva-Swiss charitable societies
promptly for service in making a canvass washed, bottom lands were flooded, I
gineers found it most difficult to scat- have been notified by Germany that
4 in the interest of the movement. and much land already planted to cot- I between
ter the excavated whitish earth 250,000 and 300,000 French -- --- ---
This force had previously been formed ton and corn will have to ber eplanted so as families, -
expelled from the northern
into some dozen or more committees, while the wet soil will still further to hide the line of the trench. They
departments of France in the
with their work cut out for them, and delay cotton planting which is gener- now have sown the chalky ridges or sion of Germany because of the posses-lack Why don't you call and let us quote you our low
these sallied forth with a confidenceand ally considered as several weeks late. strips with mustard seed which soon'
of food, will pass through Switzer-
enthusiasm that must have been "In the Central States of the cotton cause a smooth green grass to ap ,
land during the month of May. the
infectious; for when the workers re- belt planting progressed and local pear. The Swiss Summer Rates at
people are doing
,assemMed for luncheon at the Colo- growers greatly benefited that had Last autumn many batteries were every-
possible for the comfort and
nial cafe some two hours later, they already planted in many sections. In concealed with sheaves of corn. Wherever -
care of these refugees. Most of themare SotelThe ::
had secured eighty-three new mem- the Eastern States of the belt the a gun was so hidden, an inten- penniless, and they are composed Empire
berships, representing pledges aggre- crop has been largely planted but lit- sive green crop is now seen. ,in large part of old men, women and
gating $4,980. Hardly a man approached tleg rowth is possible on account of In many places soldiers who have
children. Upon their arrival they Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,
failed to cheerfully sub- drouth, and germination of late planted been in the same place for many being nourished and clothed.
scribe to the movement, and the prog- will be delayed until rain occurs. weeks now proudly exhibit pitiful lit- I makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
ress of the various committees was, "In thep rincipal trucking districts I,tle garden plots. i Don't overlook the want ads. I II
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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience! I


of Operation .

,1 ; N 'TJV F Foil r Exdhailge n[ F r F1oria a Property i

Remington I Remington 1 1

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year, 1
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida. 1
Ouality Refinment

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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. t

Large Apartment House, well located i in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year. i
Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt. ,

Price $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling
Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on I
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage\
$7,000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

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

have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort
,'W. 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.
4 occupants.

We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500. $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago
Income Property.WARING. 11I1111I

: The power that com

mands respect. I


r Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory ::-: 1

; Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, R. D. WARING, i 1M gr. ;

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



R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us.for any exchange you wish wecan match what you have

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Bank useful from their own have, sp- :l. -..' :7'f- :. '
, particular point of view. The ida.Mr. -
broad and efficient service a ,
meets the requirements of all !have spent the past three weeks in ._ .,...=:tEVERY-- ..-...::..-- -., ,_=:. ..
classes and covers every Orlando, left yesterday for their home .
banking need as applied to in i Amsterdam, N. Y. Prior to coming -
both. here they were at Daytona and "FEDERAL RESERVE" SYSTEM WHICH IIS THE. BEST
Savings Accounts and Check- Altamonte. BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.

ing Accounts Mrs. W. W. James left on Wednes- THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION'to .

day! for Orlando for a week's visit t DOLLARS OF GOLD INTO THIS SYSTEM, AND UPONTHIS
THE STATE BANK OF Dr. W. M. Harper's family. She will GOLD Ig ISSUED CURRENCY.A .
return to Eustis and remain a short
while, and then go to her summer

Mrs. W. S. Wheston and daughter, ING.
Miss Gladys, were among the winter

umJ i visitors over departing the Atlantic yesterday Coast Line afternoon for- The Peoples National Bank j jI

their, home in Steward, 111. They have
been spending the season at 405 East I "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
Pine' street.

Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Davis and son,
aster Norton, arrived in Orlando
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yesterday afternoon from Lakeland,
to make their home here. Mr. Davis
is the organizer of the Modern Order

} of Praetorians, who have their headquarters .inilllMMIMIIII, lilllMMMIMiMIIIIMIMIilllMltlMMMM "
in Houston, Texas.

Mrs. Charles Calvert, who has been J
visiting Mrs. Mary Eagleton for two
IO IY Ii I- weeks, will leave tomorrow for her '
home in Orlando. Mrs. Calvert was
a visitor to Ocala twenty years ago,
and during her ivsit has renewed a
I number of pleasant acquaintances.Ocala .- "
Mr. and Mrs. Watson Strabler, after I p,
spending the season at points in i
the southe nrpart of the state, and

stopping days in over order in Orlando to see this for city;(couplef left 1914 Model, used for 5,000 miles onl :

last evening for Cincinnati, Ohio, to .
spend the summer. They have
O planned to winter here the coming Pick up at $625.00.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mason'of Winter
0 Park during their two days sojourn .
in the city, renewed a number
of acquaintances. Mr. Mason is the
1 0tr efficient pitcher of his home town

baseball team, and Mrs. Mason was,
before her marriage, Miss Dorothy
Temple, a Rollins College girl. The
"WW*..Beauty"ttt .. couple enjoy a large friendship in the I .
lint im -ltfl

state.-Ocala Mr. and Mrs.Star.Mervin Spencer and 1 San Juan' Garage Compai .

Hoosier Kitchen CabinetSaves daughter, Miss Lena B. Spencer, who
have spent the winter at their pretty
home, 606 LaFayette street, will leave I
miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash, Sunday on the midnight train for ., ,
$1.00 week. Millerton, N. Y., where they will 111I11 1111111111111" I 1'1 r 1111. u . . .ap, I . .t ".' I'

spend the summer. They are among
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Hoosier White Beauty is now on Display. Let us the most prominent of Orlando's winter -
show you the special features for Florida. residents and will be greatly r.
missed by many friends.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robinson, of 60
OSCAR HAND &?SON North Orange avenue, will leave today
on the 2:45 train for their horn
in Glens Falls, N. Y. }Ir. Robinson
Sole Agents for '.' .
Orange County -<<
has been quite ill for the past month 'f,.
'and is in hopes that the change in climate -'
will make a change in his con diLESSONS OF CHILDHOOD
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u tion, restoring him to his usual health..

... . . .11..1.1111111111111111111111111.111111.GIFTS Mr. W. H. Norris and Mrs. J. H. When early taught, children generally con- % +-
Dodge, his daughter, who have bee;
spending their first winter in Orlando, tinue to be thrifty and provident through f -

FOR GRADUATES will same accompany train. them North. on the' Youth, Maturity and Old Age. '; '

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L.
Joy, wh
This institution recommends the Savings
have been : ,
spending the winter:months
in St. Petersburg, arrived Orlando Account the easiest of .
in do as means teaching t : '
Whether It Is Brooch, Bar Ping yesterday morning from Haines City, '" c .y
where they spent the night. Mr. Joy children to save. Children quickly take 55 .
Pendantor is a retired newspaper man of Cen
pride in their own personal accounts and
tralia, 111., having turned over the< .
> management of his paper, the Daily easily develop the ability to regularly add
piece of jewelry you want? you can get the best Sentinel, to his son. They are old to them.
value for your money by coming to us. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Evan,

We specialize in pieces of the and were shown over the city yesterday -
better class-fine, 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts.
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof by them. They were.. much ,
merit. -We excel pleased, and it is more than probablethat
in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly t
low. We also offer you choice selections and they will spend their future winters ,
in this city. While here :
the best service. they an S. .
making their home at the St..Cfaarlehotel. -S
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it .
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to ,the
wearer. FOR SALE-Hupmobile runabout

t 'S selling West all model new Pine, ;buying 20 just street.; perfect overhauled larger condition car.; reason Call 5.1; tire-6t for ut 20<*, I Orlallulfi n G Bank & Trllst t dC COpaliy ,

LOST-Friday, at Gordon's Bakery, \
T.H.EVANSJEWELER Pure Food Store, l\lcCrory's.l\Iann's\ .
Grocery, or between these and Court ORLANDO HJORIDA d
House small black pocket book con ..1
taming one $20 and one $10 bill and 1 5,
one gold pendant necklace. Finder: t 5
will receive reward by returning to I
L. F. Hammond Elks' Club, city.
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