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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: May 2, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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> '- TOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1915. NUMBER 69.

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MILLIONS MASSED ON'ITALIANBORDE } ;





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$46,000,000,000 500,000 AUSTRIANS- ALONG This Is Clean Up Week--Make Orlando': WARNING OF GERMAN EMBASSY t


. $ ISONZO;AT 300,000 TRENTINO BAVARIANS The "Spotless Town" Of Florida ON HAS LUSITANIA LITTLE EFFECT MAY OPENS WITH




!" TOTAL LOSS AND MANY AUSTRIANS AT PfllA THI5 CLEANEST WILL) CITY BE THE W BIG LINER SAilS WITH HEAVYLOADMany BURDEN OF'


FLO/RlDA WHEN I1Cr
All Austria and Hungary Sub- Notable Americans Are
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iHROUC Nc BILLS
B9ARANDERLIP
; jects Have Been Warned f; WORKING! on Board-Heaviest Load

to Leave Italy by E' I Since Beginning of

Yr BELIEVES WAR May 6 the War HOUSE GROANING WITH A


EFFECT HAS NOT BEEN Rome, Italy, May 1.-A message New York, May 1.-Despite the advertised LOAD THAT WILL ENDURE -

YET FELT from a Ragos correspondent wiring 4M:7 warning by the German em- TO END

from the border reports that thereare hAI1 bassy that passengers traveling on
300,000 Bavarian troops massedat ML7il ships of the allies would run the risk
EXCHANGE MEDlUMWllLBES MARKSo LOCAL BillS BEING CLEANED UP
Trentino, 500,000 Austrians stationed of being blown up in midocean the

along the Isonzo river, 90,000 Lusitania, of the Cunard line, sailed

Thinks Noted Authority at more Austrians at Pola.and a hur- today with more passengers and car- .Miami, St. Petersburg, and
ried inspection revealed the existenceof go than she has carried since the be-
Meeting of Scientists at a number of fortifications recently ginning of the war. Many prominent Jacksonville Are Askingfor

Philadelphia to Dis- constructed, and other extensive prep- Americans were among the first cabin Changes in

cuss Outlook arations to repulse an invading army. tAt passengers. ChartersBy
Near Goriza three aviation hangars
have been erected to house dirigiblesof Typhus Fever Reaches U. S.
Philadelphia May 1.-The sessionsof C. F. Johnson
of Political the Parseval type which are des- New York, May 1.-The dread typhus Tallahassee Fla. 1.
the American Academy Ito May -(Special
and Social Science came to a close tined to operate on the Italian bor- iI fever reached the American to the Sentinel.-On Monday the leg-
shores from plague ridden eastern
this afternoon after several promi- der.The I ? islature will start its second month's
Europe today on the Greek liner
nent economists had expressed their Vienna government has instructed ASS work of enacting laws with the calendar -
H17 Christofers. The ship's last port of
her ambassador at Rome to
views on the financial outlook. of the house groaning under a
\ Frank A. Vanderlip the noted New warn all Austria and Hungary sub- 1 I N T call was Marseilles from which port load that seems likely to hang from
: RFS' Aws she cleared April 10. The victim, a
York banker stated that eminent jects to quit Italy by :May 6. \ TER /L day to day until the end of the ses-
Greek third engineer, was placed in
According to the most reliable information -
English economists estimate the to- sion. Many bills now on the calendarwill
tal loss caused by the war as $46- obtainable Austria's replyto hospital at Quarantine. die a natural death in that place.

000,000,000, or half the wealth of Italy's final demands concerning ::iFbOWR :) The senate, however, is well up with
$ORP! THE U. S. IS EXPECTED TO RECOGNIZE -
concessions is expected within the [IYIC STRtti ZE
Great Britain, and yet "why have we ART 7 its: work, and will be ready to handle
i CARKANZA GOVT.
rising stock markets and money at week. GRASS tEANI a bunch of bills that more than likely
ease everywhere?" PLANTS 6POWl1 /' will be sent over from the house Monday -
Washington, May 1.-The fact that
Arranges Turkish Loan
"I believe that the loss of enor- for consideration.Up .
mous wealth has not been felt yet. London, May Telegraphing from ----- Duval West, Wilson's personal repre- to the present time, not a single
There has been a cushion of infla- Copenhagen the Daily Mail's corre- sentative in Mexico Rear Admiral general bill has received the signatureof

tion. War loans and note issues have spondent says that Berlin advices received THE STATE DANKHASONE I FLORIDA PEACE SOCIETY Caperton, and Special Agent Silli- the governor, the only measures
man, Consul Canada and Consul Gen-
there are to the effect that
prevented the loss being felt. I believe having become law being local bills.
it will be felt more than we now David Bey the Turkish minister of eral Shanklin were entertained at a The calendar of local bills has been .
MILLION D DEPOSIT T ISORGANIZATION ORGANIZED formal luncheon by Carranza's cabi-
c realize." finance, has returned to Constantinople cleaned up in both houses rapdily, and i
before West's from
net just departure
--- after having in Berlin
T. W. Lamont, whose connections arranged 1 it is stated on good authority that
Vera Cruz Washington, is received -
for a new Turkish war loan.
make him familiar with every phaseof there have been more changes in charters -
QUARTERLY STATEMENT WILL BE A here as an indication that the
the financial situation, said as the than at any previous session.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS PUBLISHED IN SENTI- BRANCH OF AMERICAN administration is preparing itself for
war proceeds the probability becomesmore There are still many important ..
and more evident that the dol- NEL NOTABLE ONE PEACE SOCIETY the contingency of a recognition of charter bills to be considered. Miami

lar and not the pound sterling will National League Carranza's government. Carranza intended will soon present a new charter; Jack-
become the international medium of Brooklyn 1, Boston 4. Is Indication of the to be present, but just before is
Statement Officers, Directors, and Honor- sonville known to expect a new
Philadelphia 4, New York 2. the luncheon he received news that
exchange. Strength of Orlando'sOldest Vice-President Were form of government, and St. Petersburg -
Pittsburg 1, Chicago 3. ary his sister-in-law had died at San An- .
is expected to have a charter in
St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 5. Banking Elected at Yester tonio, Texas.A .
SOCIALISTS HELD OUTDOOR
the house next week. These bills
MEETING American League InstitutionThe day's Session great battle between Obregon
from the larger towns have been un-
New York 11, Philadelphia 3. the Carranza commander, and Villa is
dergoing changes at home before com-
By M. Ricenes Cleveland 3, St. Louis 5. quarterly statement of the i A meeting of the State Peace Convention impending near Aguas Calientes. Of- Tallahassee.
ing to !
f Mrs. Ida Crouch-Hazlett, of New Chicago 5, Detroit 0. i State Bank of Orlando, which is print-I I was held in the directors' ficial advices to the state department

York, for many years one of the national Boston-Washington wet grounds. ed in the Sentinel this morning room at the Peoples Bank yesterday reported that Obregon is advancing ORLANDO DISTRICT CONFERENCE -
organizers of the American So- Federal League cates that this popular banking insti- j I morning. W. R. O'Neal, president of rapidly from Celaya with a strong

cialist party, addressed a big crowd Brooklyn 1, Pittsburg 2. tution, the oldest in Orange county, I the Orlando Peace Society, was unan- force and that Villa is preparing to II This week Orlando will its

'. at the corner of Orange avenue and Newark 4, St. Louis 1. is enjoying an increasing business and ,.imously elected chairman of the meet- oppose him with about 35,000 men hospitable doors for the open
t. Church street last night. Buffalo 1, Chicago 2. a steady and substantial growth. ing, and Frank A. Smith secretary. and a large supply of ammunition. entertain-
ment of the Orlando district confer-
"The Socialist party is the largest Baltimore 4, Kansas City 5. This statement was made at the Motion was made and carried thata ence. This conference is
political and economical organizationin Southern League close of business on April 30, and is Florida Peace Society be organized, SEE THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF composed of
about 175 preachers and
the world" said Mrs. Hazlett. "It Atlanta 4, New Orleans 0. one which speaks for itself, and and that the Florida Peace Society bea WINNERS ON PAGE 9 but the delegates,

is international, whereas all parties Nashville 9, Memphis 1. should be read by every man, woman :. constituent branch of the American The Sentinel today publishes on laymen as, it is great unlikely majority that are busy

formed by the capitalists are purely Little Rock 4, Chattanooga 1. and child in this grand old county of Peace Society. page nine a complete list of the win- half that number will be more than

national, dealing with the business af- Birmingham 2, Mobile 5. Orange. The constitution, known as the ners in the recent Board of Trade Delegates will arrive present. ;
fairs of the business class of each South Atlantic League Coming as it does at the end of Universal Peace Constitution, and approved contest conducted through the columns the Tuesday and -
the when hundreds of the American Peace Society I of the Sentinel. The opening exercises of the confer-
country only. Socialism representsthe Augusta 3, Albany 7. season, people by announce- '
will take
interests of the workers and Savannah 4, Macon 3. who have spent the winter here have was read, and on motion was ment should be of interest because ence place with a sermon :
at 7:30 in the
workers should unite to remove the Columbia 2, Columbus 0. checked out and gone elsewhere for adopted as the constitution of the considerable rivalry was manifested informal evening, followed by an

cause of their poverty and social Charleston 2, Jacksonville 4. the summer, the statement speaks Florida Peace Society, subject to such in the contest. None of the winning lor, given reception in honor in of the ladies' par- j.
evils." volumes. changes as might be necessary for articles or the slogan, "The Orlando our visiting
The speaker was warmly congratu- ASSISTANCE DESIRED IX PUB The State Bank has met every the local condition.On Board of Trade-the Power House of friends societies.by the Missionary and Aid i

lated by the men and women that had LISHIXG CROP DATA' emergency caused by the unusual con- motion that clause of the con- Progress," are official. However, the ,
the fortune to hear her powerful Mr. C. C. Hare of the bureau of ditions which have prevailed duringthe stitution designating twelve as the Board of Trade may consider the win- The first business session will be :,;

speech. Mrs. Hazlett left Orlando crop estimates of the U. S. depart- past eight months, and that the number of members of the board of ning slogan and make it official. Read convened Wednesday at 9 a. m. At ;

this morning for Tampa. ment of agriculture, is now located institution enjoys the confidence of directors of the society was changedto the list of winners, the articles and 11 o'clock there will be preaching ser I

permanently at Gainesville for the the business men of this city and six, who should constitute the slogans, and a long list of merito- vice. Full program of the conferenceand

** purpose of regular oversight and pub- county, is evidenced by its very board of directors of the Florida rious answers. each day's proceedings will be j
THE CRUCIFIXION" HAS BEEN lication of data regarding Florida strong quarterly report. Peace Society. famished for Monday's and Tuesday's d

POSTPONED crops. Mr. Louis C. Massey is the presi- The following members were elected LEAVES EMPLOY OF SENTINELJ. papers. An interesting feature of 'j

This beautiful cantata which was Through Mr. Chas. II. Baker, our dent of the bank; Mr. T. Picton War- !directors, namely: Mrs. C. D. Christ, C. Wallace, a real printer of the the daily services will be a sunrise or '

I to have been rendered by the Southern county demonstration agent, he is en- i low, vice-president; Mr. S. Waters Mrs. Frederick Bellows, Mr. C. P. "old school," has severed his connec- ..6 a. m. prayer meeting under the aus- 1

'} College Music Club Sunday night, deavoring to secure some ten or more I Howe cashier and Mr. Samuel A. Dow Mr. C. E- Howard, Mr. W. R. tion with the Sentinel. He and Mrs pices of the local Epworth League. i
s supported by the local church choir parties who will keep an eye on the I Newell, assistant cashier; the direc- O'Neal and Mr. Frank A. Smith. Wallace will depart tomorrow for 'Leaders will be appointed from among I
has been postponed to Sunday even- crops and their progress in the differ- tors are Messrs. L. C. Massey, T. P. Mr. C. P. Dow was elected president Jacksonville where they will spend a the visitors. It is earnestly desired

ing the 10th inst., in order that more ent parts of the county. Three per- Warlow, W. R. O'Neal, L. L. Payne, Miss\ Auretha :Moreman was week with their daughter and then that the revival spirit may pervade !

time may be given for local rehearsal.On sons only have as yet been securedMr. T. H. Evans, L. B. Long, DeWitt Miller elected secretary-treasurer, and Mr.\ will go to Barnesville, Ga., to spend the entire week's program. l'!

the date above, i.e. next Sunday, : II. II. Witherington, Apopka; Ir. S. W. Howe,%\. W. Bumby.Mr. Frank A. Smith auditor. the summer. Mr.\ Wallace has beenin

Mr. Ley will observe "mothers' day"and J. D. Henderson, Fairvilla; and :M Howe has the distinction of be- The following persons were elected the composing room of the Sentinelfor MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION TO I

preach a sermon at 11 a. m. appropriate E. D. M. Perkins, Pine Castle. Ir. ing the cashier of a bank with over a honorary vice-presidents, namely: nearly two years. He has been OBSERVE CLEANUP 1

to the occasion. At this Baker says that it would oblige himif million dollars deposit, of which thereare Hon. Park Trammell, governor of connected with a number of papers in WEEK
service Dr. McLean will sing an offer- any persons especially' interestedand less than a dozen in the state. He Florida; lion. C. B. Parkhill Dr. A. Florida for a period of forty years and Orlando has the reputation of be- i

tory solo. lie will also take the lead- qualified would communicate with I is a fine gentleman, easy of approach, A. Murphree, Dr. W. F. Blackman, is well known throughout the frater- ing a clean city. It is very desirable I
ing part in the evening's musicale. that
him. and is always ready to help those de- Dr. J. B. Conradi, Dr. J. W. Stagg, .nity. our reputation should be main- #

serving help. Dr. Claude Duke W. B. Stevens. tained. !
WILL MEET AT SAN JUAN HOTEL UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE The State Bank, perhaps is as well The board of directors was author- ,TWO EIGHT CYLINDER CADIL- I therefore name the week begin- I
The Board of Trade will meet Monday TEAM WINS DEBATE LACS SOLD ning May 3rd "
known as any bank in the state of ized to elect such other honorary vice- YESTERDAY as "clean-up week. I
night in the parlors on the sec- Columbia, S. (X, May 1.-The Uni- Florida and has a standing in finan- presidents as it saw fit. Yesterday was Cadillac day with The Civic League have kindly sug'I'I
ond floor at the San Juan hotel, Mr. versity of Tennessee debating team cial circles that Orlando may well feel the Orlando Auto and Supply com- gested this and with their "

Beeman having offered,the use of the won over the team representing the pr.'Ud of. POLICE ENTER UPON CLEAN-UP pany. :Mr. I. W. Phillips tells the at the wheel" and the co-operation of I.
parlors to Orlando's trade body, and University of Georgia in a contest WEEK IN EARNEST Sentinel that his firm yesterday sold all residents we can surely make a i

it was immediately accepted with held here tonight under the auspicesof UNITARIAN CHURCH 1 I three of their very best make of cars, clean city cleaner. I
thanks. Be sure and attend this meet' the University of South Carolina. Clean-up week has already started'. two eight cylinder Cadillacs and one All trash delivered in receptaclesin

ing as many important items of business The contest tonight is one corner' ofa Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. and a day ahead of time at that, for' Overland touring car; also one sec- front of the premises will be removed I

will be discussed. triangular debating contest between No church service. two blind tigers were raided last': ond hand car. One of the Cadillac by the city teams. Let's all I

Columbia, Knoxville and Ath-. night by Chief of Police Smith and was purchased by Mr. M. M. Smith, take hold and put the polish on a I

THE WEATHER ens.The New books, new stationery new Sheriff Gordon, the two offenders be- and one goes to Senator J. E. Bux- clean city. i s

Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon- judges here voted three to two music, new Columbia records, at Cur- ing negroes one Guy Thomas and one ton. The Overland was bought bMr. E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. 11
J i day. in favor of Tennessee. tis & O'Neal's, Orange avenue. Jim Slade. Lloyd S. Tenny. Orlando, Fla, May 1, 1915. .
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. + pers tnrougn scratchin' time, it would tnree opposing votes -- -
smooth out some of the rough feel- senate bill 171, by Mr.
ings between neighbors. viding for the transport

r through the state of a -
i OUR MOTTO : The early spread of the Gospel was containing information and
f. carried on by those who heard and relating to public health,
saw and then told others. The same
Small Profits and Quick Returns"Here
principle holds good in reference to Tallahassee, Fla.-
spreading information about Orlando. chairman of the
committee
! is where you pay for the service :you get and no
Get the here
people to see and they tion, yesterday introduced WATER
more. In these times you should pay for no service you will spread the truth. To this end tee: bill providing for the

don't get. Investigate our plan. nothing is better than conventions. ment of separate
Every possible encouragement shouldbe for girls and boys, the bo ti
THE CO-OPEHATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. given the Board of Trade in it's tion to be located at :\
endeavors to bring public meetingsand son county, and the school
L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 conventions to the city. It costsa to be located at some place
little time and money and effort to state of Florida to be
entertain such gatherings but it is board of managers. )
time and effort well

WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES"The -0-spent. Insurance-0--Business
The last shall be first and the first FLORIDA

Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The last. The Birmingham Barons start- Tallahassee, Fla., April
house committee
House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began." ed at the foot of the column and are on ,
"Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Sa '." In Paris now up to third place. Orlando fresh Wednesday made a
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner air and water is just beginning to house on the thirty or more I
and "Darkness and developments of "The Conspiracy."
Daylight" see new tration measures touching
All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eternal show its effect.
life insurance business of
City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To I
Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." The movement to popularize the A number of other :
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has connection, but which do not :
and sale of
ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and use grapefruit seems to approval of the state
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of be progressing and will no doubt be QUALITY
Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of successful in largely increasing the were also reported on.
Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are We consumption of this delicious fruit. The house committee on
Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that has been wrestling with the
leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The But the Florida grape fruit is so far
insurance laws for two
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does superior to all other varieties that .
not send forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of about the time we get everybody in committee completed and kept fr *b
Dishonor." the bills Tuesday night. .
I the United States to eating it for a

.- \v. S. BRANCH breakfast dish those California fellows the opposition was advanced 1224imp'a We have .
principal
measures
will seek to have us indicted for
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE the state treasurer. One
carrying on a trust in restraint of
trade and competition. the investment of fifty per Co.
f F -0- the excess reserve

t An indication of progress is in the surance companies on PINE STREET
state, and the other
call of the Tampa Board of Trade for
ganization of mutual fire
a conference of South Florida com-
mercial companies. -
organizations for May 26.
:Much good will result from such a
Three Moderate gathering and Orlando's growing Jud McLeod:: at

I trade body should be represented bya Tallahassee, Fla.-Judge
large delegation.The McLeod, of Wakulla county
i Priced Cottages -d- the capital Monday, having
legislature continues to grind a large number of his old
out bills of a constructive nature. veterans to be present and )
t For Sale or to Rent One good bill of benefit to the stateis in the memorial services CO.
worth 100 bills that affect only To Judge :McLeod is due
communities. A step will be gained for taking the state

!; when the legislature allows cities to the hands of some pet of Asbestos,
grind out for themselves problems and tures and letting it out to
r. legislation that affect their locality and best bidder. When

proper.It constitution was adopted in

C. A. HOVEY -0-- a provision was Metal Ceilings i
will not be long until the Orlando As printed that section did
high school closes its doors and pear in the constitution.It .
ORLANDO
young men will enter upon "com-
mencement" of life's battles in a is believed a
broader sense. :Many dreams are due about to sweep India which

to become shattered.The great: moral and material .

Kissimmee Valley Gazette in
its last issue says that Orlando will Dr.F. F.
be a rival of our sister city on the Market \
fourth of July. Not so, brother, not DENTIST
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t CAREY HAND so. If nothing happens on the na 115 S. Orange Ave., over ('!
tion's birthday to prevent it, you will O'Neals.
see many Orlandoites proudly strut- I
ting about the streets of the lovely in Choice
f FUNERAL DIRECTOR little city on the banks of Lake To- 1
hopekaliga, like a bob-tail pullet on Dr. S. S.

: AND EMBALMER a rickety hen roost.o CHIROPRACTOR Game, Etc.

There are all sorts of neighbors in graduate Davenport r
the world, including the woman who 18 Yowell-Duckworth b ; I

All calls answered Promptly Dayor gets mad because the little squallingbrat are 209.being Intelligent restored people to health { ( BOX 226
Ave. and ChurchSt.FtAre .
next door cries and disturbs Fido practic adjustments, the
Night. Hand Block. when he is taking his beauty nap in of removing the cause of
f' the afternoon. amination free.

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: Orleans, La., April 18.
l PHONE639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, Editor Sentinel* I have been

,. unable to reach Mexico City as yet, Ice Creat11I
i l conditions being in a terrible mess.I .
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just returned from my third effort
getting as far as Uramaja, 172 miles
r from Brownsville, Tex. There are no I
regular trains running through to you want PURE ICE For Party j..
:Mexico City and the has .
one to
way
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
Hammond &Qore travel towards that city is fearful. It
r took me 74 hours to travel 172 miles. you don't believe that we take Club

I May expect If to I get there there some time in I the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
! ever get will writea Church SocialSchool
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I etc.letter for the Sentinel of conditions L. S. M. facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All

make it. You will be surprised Social
i REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I cans, moulds and everythingused
AS ONE FELLOW I at the care every detail is given.
1 SEES IT.Editors. in the manufacture of our Lodge
COMPARE Any kind you want, any time
f are all born boosters. The [ Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
want it. In quantity j
you any
other day the editor was solicited to I PicnicOrder
t I OUR FURNITUREWe I join a lodge and was handed a peti- from a quart up. ized.

tion printed by a supply house. He I You are cordially invited to
provide the quality of furniture that has long got a dun from a merchant in a government inspect our factory at any Hands Pure 4i
been accepted by knowing furniture the
buyers as stamped envelope and writ- Ice Cream
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. ten on a gargling oil statement; he i time.
t. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "We ca 't make made a purchase at a store and got a I
: this point too clear-it is onse of the foundat on stonesof duplicate bill
printed at Chicago, and
this business, and that means much to any bu r.tielmL wrote check
I a on a blank printed at
Denver. Ye gods! how can an editor HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
& DAVIS BLOCK expect to join lodges and pay bills on
v such treatment as that, and all the
f Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando Fla. time tell the people to trade at home
JI Editors have to be born boosters pre- PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street4r

e __ -i .. pared to live on herring and stand for
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f By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM there was a tremel -
stopped short. Th
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""Blowout he reQuest iC\ : '
Author.o/une. Mooing Novelized from the motion picture drama of the I I frowned. .; 1'
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Finger. "TJ.e Prince 0ume name produced by the Universal Film
Sinnen. "Anna. 1M Manufacturing Company. Illustrated with pho- "How long will

Adoenturcsc"der tographa from the motion picture production "Four minutes"

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(Copyright. 1913 by Otis F. Wood.) The two men leaned over the tire. ; was no answer to our ring. I used

my pass key and entered. This is
SYNOPSIS. I: Army will call too. You can give her Suddenly Quest's expression changed. what I found."
His into his
I this check." hand stole hip pocket.I
Quest stood over the body of his
I "Tom, he explained "that wasn't a
Sanford Quest master criminologist of Ross Brown who was Quest's secre
valet for moment The
obviously
a man -
blowout all. Look here! was
the world. finds that in bringing to justice at
tary-valet and ',
general factotum ac-
Macdougal. the murderer of Lord He pointed to the small level hole. dead. The inspector took his
Ashlelgh's daughter/; he has but Just entered cepted the slip of paper and placed it { handkerchief and covered the head.
Almost he stood back and the up
at
a llfe-and-death contest with a mysterious in i"There I once
an envelope
master criminaL Engaged by I'ro- sunshine flashed upon the revolver A few feet away was a heavy paperweight -
lessor Ashleigh Lord Ashleigh's brother.to are no other instructions.
recover the stolen skeleton of an an- sir?" he inquired. clutched in his right hand.
thropoid ape hurried to Mrs. Rheinholdt's "That was a bullet" he continued. I "Killed by a blow from behind,"
reception where her diamonds have been "None Quest replied. "You'll look French remarked grimly "with that
torn from her throat by a pair of hands i "Someone fired at that tire. Tom
out for the wireless, and you had better i "
little'affair. Look
without arms or body, a black box later there's trouble about" I here!
f appears from nowhere In his rooms and a I If !I switch the through cable and tel- I The man looked nervously around. "You Don't-You Don't Suspect Me of This?" They glanced down at the girl.Quest's '
note contained In it. signed'! by the arm- egraph communication on to head-
- less hands, sarcastically suggests that the "That's a rifle bullet sure" he mut- I eyebrows came together quick
Ilhelnholdt diamonds and the skeleton quarters. Come on, Lenora"They tered. of black substance inside, closed it up, "Inspector I am so excited at the Idea ly. There were two blue marks upon

may be secretary hidden ,together.shadows Craig While the Laura.Quest's pro, left the house, entered the "Get on the wheel as quick as you placed it against the far wall un- of getting my jewels back. Isn't Mr. her throat where a man's thumbs

fessor's valet. Quest and Lenora his assistant. waiting automobile, and drove rapidly can Quest directed. "Here 111 twisted the coil, stood back near the Quest a wonderful man?" might have been.
find the skeleton in a hut In the towards the confines of the city. give
door and then the button. The "
professors garden and discover there an you a hand." pressed "He's a clever chap all right. the "The hands again. he muttered.
Inhuman By Quest's directions the automo- result was extraordinary. The wholeof inspector admitted. "All the
creature half monkey and half He stoopped down to unfasten the same The inspector nodded.
Is man.set As the professor explains the hut bile was brought to a standstill at a straps which fastened the wheel.It the far wall was blown out and for I'm rather sorry he wasn't able to lay "Can you make anything of it?"
afire and the monkey-man and spare
point where it skirted the main railway some distance in front the groundwas hands the thief"
skeleton are destroyed In the flames. In was one of his rare lapses, realizeda on "Not yet" Quest confessed. "I must
Quest's rooms the Rheinholdt diamonds line and close to the section furrowed up by the explosion. "That's your point of view of think."
late. Almost
moment too in his
suddenly reappear enclosed in a second ears
mr black box with a note signed by them house which he had appointed for came the hoarse cry: Quest replaced the instrument in his course," Mrs. Rheinholdt remarked. "I The inspector glanced at him curi

threatening hands.FOURTH his rendezvous with Laura. She had "Hands up, guvnor! Hands up this pocket, sprang through the openingand can think of nothing but having my ously.
apparently seen their approach and ran for the tower house. Behind diamonds back. I feel I "
to
second or I'll blow you to hell!" ought go "Where on earth have you been to?
INSTALLMENTAN she came out to meet them at once, ac- Quest glanced over his shoulder and him on its way to New York he could and thank the professor for recom- he demanded.

companied by a short, thick-set man see a freight train coming along. He Mr. "
looked Into the face of Red Gallagher, mending Quest. "Been to? Quest repeated.
OLD GRUDGE. whom she Introduced as Mr. Horan. could hear, too. Red Gallagher's roar The Inspector made reply. Mrs. "
raised a little above the level of the no "Look in the mirror! French sug
This is Mr. Horan the section of It less than Rheinholdt
road. A ugly little revolver anger. was fifty yards was suddenly aware that gested.
very was
CHAPTER X. boss she explained.Mr. pointed directly at Quest's heart. yet as soon as he reached the shelterof she was becoming a little tactless. Quest glanced at himself. His collar .

Horan shook hands. "My mate's got you covered on the the tower the thunder of the freight I "Of course she sighed "it Is disappointing had given way, his tie was torn, a
Sanford Quest was smoking his "Say, I've heard of you. Mr. Quest sounded in Quest's He glanced
other side of the road, too. Hands ears. not to be able to lay your button and some of the cloth had been
after-breakfast cigar with a relish he announced. "The young lady tells both of you or well make a quick job up I around. Red Gallagher and his mate hands upon the thief. That is whereI wrenched from his coat his trousers

somewhat affected by the measure of I' me you are some interested in that of it" were racing almost side by side towards suppose you must find the Interfer- were torn and he was covered with

his perplexities. Early though it was. prisoner they lost off the cars near him. lie rushed up the narrow ence of an amateur like Mr. Quest a dust
Quest shrugged his shoulders threw
,
Lenora was already in her place bend- here." stairs into the signal tearing little troublesome sometimes. He .
his revolver into the road and obeyed.As room gets "I'll tell you about my trouble a little
.>- Ing over her desk and Laura who had "That's so Quest admitted. "We'd" he did so, the other man stole out open his coat to show his official badge. back the property which is what the later on," he replied. "Say can't

Just arrived, was busy divesting her- '!; like to go to the spot if we could. from behind a bush and for "Stop the freight,"he shouted to the private individual wants but he 'I. we keep those girls out?"
"
self of her coat and hat Quest watched | "That's dead easy, the boss re- the chauffeur, who under cover sprang of the operator. "Quick. I'm Sanford Quest, doesn't secure the thief, which is, of They were too late. Laura and Lenora

the latter impatiently. I plied. "Ill take you along on the detective-special 'powers from the course the real end of the case from were already upon the threshold.
car was stealing off. There was a
"Well?" he asked. handcar. brief chief commissioner." your point of view." Quest swung round toward them.
then
I the
struggle, dull thud of
Laura came forward straightening The section boss turned round and I the railway man's rifle falling on the The man moved to the signal. An- "It's a queer affair about these Jew "Girls," he said, "there has been

her hair with her hands. I whistled. From a little side track two chauffeur's head. He rolled over and other voice thundered in his ears. He els" the Inspector remarked. "Quest some trouble here. Go and wait upstairs
I
"No go," she answered "I spent the ] men jumped bn to a handcar, and lay in the road. turned swiftly around. The Irishman'sred hasn't told me the whole story yet Lenora. or sit in the halL ,
brought it around to where they were head had the of Here the stroke of time!"
appeared at
evening in the club and I talked with "Pitch him off amongst the bushes top we are on

two men who knew Craig but I standing. A few yards away the man Red Gallagher ordered. "You don't the staircase. The car drew up outside Quest's 1 .
who was propelling it-a great, red- that 111 blow house. The assisted his 11, >
couldn't get on to anything. From allI want anyone who comes by to see. "Drop signal or you Inspector \
could hear of the man, respectabll- headed Irishman-suddenly ceased his Now lend me a hand with this chap." into bits." he shouted. companion to alight and rang the bell
I efforts. Leaning over his pole, he The hesitated dazed. at the door. There
Ity Is his middle name"'That's j "What do you propose to do with operator front was a some-
gazed at Quest A sudden ferocity "Walk towards me," Gallagher what prolonged lie again.
the professor's own Idea, me? Quest asked. pause. rang
Quest remarked grimly. I"We're | darkened his coarse face. He grippedhis "Youll know soon enough" Red Gal- shouted. "Look here, you guy, this "Never knew this to happen before"
mate by the arm. will show whether I'm in earnestor he remarked. "That of
lagher answered. "A you sort secretary-
matter of fiveminutes'
boss j
fairly up against it. "
"See that bloke there? he asked "
not! valet of Mr. Quest's-Ross Brown I
Laura sighed. "The best thing we talk to start with. You see -
I pointing at Quest. that handcar house?" A bullet passed within a few Inchesof think he calls him-Is always on the
I can do is to get on to another Job. I 1x
"The guy with the linen collar? the the operator's head. He came slow- spot. They waited for some time
, The Rheinholdt woman has got her !I other answered. "I him." "Perfectly well" Quest assented.
I see "My eyesight is normal." ly across the room. Below they could there was still no answer to their sum
will have quite
Jewels back or at noon to-I "
I bet "That's Quest the detective, the "Get there then. I'm behind hear the roar of the freight mons. The inspector placed his ear to
day. she won't worry about the I a yard
I Irishman went on hoarsely. "That'sthe "This ain't the Irishman the There soundto
keyhole.
Job not
thief. old you and revolver's for your was a
Then the professor's moldy | my pointing
if man who got me five years in the the middle of back." continued savagely. "We want the be heard. He drew back a little
skeleton was returned to him. even your
pen. the beast! That's the man I've and we're to have him. puzzled. At that his attention
It was burned up afterwards. I should been Quest sprang lightly down from the cop, going moment -
take fresh." looking for. You're my mate, road crossed the few Intervening Quest had stolen a yard or two was caught by the fluttering of a
on something I"Can't |I "
eh?
Jim this brief Gal- little piece of white material caught In !1r
colloquy.
be done." Quest replied short I yards and stepped into the handcar nearer during I
I "I
the other
guess so, grunted. te
the door. He
house. lagher's mate from behind shouted outa pulled it out It was a
ly. "Look here girls your average "Are to and do him in?" I
going
try
you
I I I I Gallagher and his mate followed warning just a second too late. Witha fragment of white embroidery. and on
Intellects are often apt to hit upon I
"Now fellows Horan
then you "
I close behind. Quest paused the sudden kick. Quest sent the revolver it were several small stains. The inspector
on
the truth, when a man who sees too shouted. "What are you hanging about '
looked at them and looked at
:I threshold. flying across the room and be-
far ahead goes wrong. Rule Craig there for, Red Gallagher? Bring the I i
fore the Irishman could he his fingers. His face suddenly
recover grew
: "It's a filthy dirty hole, he re
out. Any other possible person occur carriage up. You fellows can have a ) x
You've i marked. "Can't we have our little struck him full in the face. Notwith- grave. Y
to ? Speak Lenora.
out
you smoke for hour. I'm to take
an going "
. chat out here? Is it money you standing his huge size and strength, "Seems to me, he muttered, "that
something on your mind I can see. her down the line for a bit"The I
want?" Gallagher reeled. The operator who there has been some trouble here. I 4 y'. 4
'I I I
"I'm afraid you'll laugh at me, she
two and
men obeyed disap I i Gallagher glanced around. Then had just begun to realize what was shall have to take a liberty. If youll
began tentatively. ]I peared in the direction of the section
with an ugly push of the shoulder he happening flung himself bodily againstthe excuse me, Mrs. Rheinholdt, I think it
"Won't hurt you If I do," Quest replied house. Quest looked after them curi-
I sent Quest reeling into the shed. His two thugs. A shot from the tangled would be better if you waited in the

ously. I great form blocked up the doorway. mass of struggling limbs whis- car until I send out for you."

"I can't help thinking of Macdou-I I "That's a big fellow" he remarked. "No" he cried fiercely "it's not tled past Quest's head as he sprangto "You don't think the jewels have
"What did call him? Red Galla-
gal. Lenora continued falteringly. "He '' you money I want this time. Quest, you the window which overlooked the been stolen again?" she gasped.
don't'gher? I to have him be- |
has never been recaptured. I seem seen!
I t 1 brute you dirty bloodhound! You track. The freight had already almost The inspector made no reply. He ,
know whether he's dead or alive. He fore. sent me to the pen for five years-you passed. Quest steadied himself for a had drawn from his pocket a little
had a perfect passion for jewels. If !I| "He was the most troublesome fel
supreme effort crawled out on the little pass key and was fitting it Into the
he is alive, he would be desperate and low on the line once although he was .
I II steel bridge and poised himself fora lock. The door swung open. Once
would the biggest worker," the boss replied. 1 1i I
attempt anything. j I|
moment The last car was just be- more they were both conscious of that
Quest smoked in silence for a mo i i "He got five years in the penitentiary
i neath. The gap between it and the peculiar silence, which seemed to havein
| and that seems to have taken the
ment. I nlwp previous one was slipping by. He set it some unnamable quality. He
"I the return of the jewels spirit out of him." his teeth and the smooth -
guess jumped
on moved to the foot of the stairs and He Set His Teeth and
squelched the Macdougal theory," he "I believe I was in the case" Quest I shouted: Jumped.

remarked. "He wouldn't be likely to observed carelessly. top.Back behind the tower Red Galla- "Hello! Anyone there?" Laura you had better telephone to

.part with the stuff when he'd once got'I "That's so! Now then, young ladies gher and his mate bent with horrified There was no reply. He opened the the police station and for a doctor.

his hands on it However. I always ," Mr. Horan advised, "hold tight faces over the body of the signalman. doors of the two rooms on the right- That's right. Isn't It. Inspector?"

meant when we had a moment's spare and here goes!" "What the hell did you want to plug I hand side, where Quest when he was "Yes!" the latter assented thought
time to look into that fellow's where- | They ambled down the line for "
him for'? the latter muttered. "He engaged in any widespread affair, kepta fully.

abouts. We'll take It on straight about half a mile. Then Horan ain't in the show at all. You've doneus I stenographer and a telegraph oper Lenora white to the lips staggereda

away. Can't do any harm. brought them to standstill. I Red he's cooked!" ator. Both rooms were empty. Then few feet back into the halL Laura

"I know the section boss on the I "This is the spot" he declared. Red Gallagher staggered to his feet I he turned towards Quest's study on set her teeth and lingered."Is .

railway at the where he disappeared "Now, if want Impressions the horror of the murdererwas "
spot you my you Already the left-hand side. French was a man that Ross? she asked.

," Laura announced. are welcome to them. All the search f in his face as he glanced furtively I' of iron nerve. No power on earth "It's his body," Quest replied. "He's ,

"Then Just take the train down to has been made on the right-hand side f= around. could have kept back the cry which been murdered here, he and the Salvation -

Mountways-that's the nearest spot- here and in New York. I've had my "I never meant to drop him" he broke from his lips. Army girl who was to come this
I
and get busy with him" Quest directed. eye on that hill for a long time. My I muttered. "I got mad at seeing Quest I A few feet away from the door was morning for her check."

"Try and persuade him to loan impression is that he hid there. i I get off. That man's a deviL" stretched the body of the secretary- Laura turned away half dazed.

us the gang's handcar to go down the "I'll take your advice" Quest de- I "What are we going to do?" the valet On the other side of the room, "I'd have trusted Ross with my life,"

line. Lenora and I will come on in cided. "Well spread out and take a 1r ,I, other demanded hoarsely. I lying as though she had slipped from Quest continued, "but he must have

the automobile." little exercise in hill climbing." "There's the auto" Gallagher shout- |I the sofa, her head fallen on one side been alone in the house when the girl

"Take you longer" Lenora remarked -,, "Good luck to you!" the boss ex "1 I ed. "Come on, old man! I can fix i in hideous fashion was the body of came. Do you suppose It was the

as she moved off to put on claimed. the wheeL If we've got to swing for Miss Quigg, the Salvation Army young usual sort of trouble?"

her jacket "The cars do It in a They searched carefully and deliberately I this job well have something of_our | woman. French set his teeth and Inspector French stooped down and

t quarter of an hour. : for more than half an hour. I| own back first" j drew back the curtains. In the clear- picked up the paper-weight Across it

f "Can't help that," Quest replied. Then Laura suddenly called out They .. They crawled to the side of the j t er light the disorder of the room was I'I't was stamped the name of Sanford

i "Mrs. Relnholdt's coming here to identify looked around to find only her head road. Gallagher's rough, hairy fingers fully revealed. There had been a terrible Quest

t her jewels at twelve o'clock, and It visible. She scrambled up, muddy and were still trembling but they knew struggle. Between whom? How? "This yours. Quest?"

can't run any risk of there being no with wet leaves clinging to her skirt. "Hands Up, Guvnor! their job. In a few minutes the wheel j i There was suddenly a piercing "Of course it is," Quest answered. ,

t train back. You'd better be making "Say, that guy of a section boss was fixed. Clumsily but successfully j shriek. The inspector turned quickly "Everything in the room Is micfc."

good with the section boss. Take told me to look out for caves. I've with your cursed prying Into other the great Irishman turned the car j' around. Mrs. Rheinholdt who had disregarded "The girl would fight to defen her- L ,
I'
plenty of bills with you." been In one sure enough! Only Just people's affairs. Don't you remember around away from the city. I his advice was standing on self," the Inspector remarked slowly,

r "Sure! That's easy enough. Laura saved myself." me, eh? Red Gallagher" "She's a hummer," he muttered. "I'll the threshold. "but she could never strike a man sucha

promised him. "I'll be waiting for They hurried to where she was. I "Of course I do," Quest replied make her go when we get the hang of "Inspector!" she cried. "What has blow as your valet died from." ,

you." Quest peered into the declivity down coolly. "You garroted and robbed an it Sit tight" happened? Oh, my God!" .French stooped and picked lip a

She hurried off and Quest com- which she had slipped. Suddenly he old man and had the spree of your life. They drove clumsily off gathering She covered her face with her small clock. It had stopped at eiven-

menced his own preparations. From gave vent to a little exclamation. At The old man happened to be a friendof speed at every yard. Behind In the hands. French gripped her by the fifteen. He looked at it thoughtfully.

\ [ his safe he took one of the small the same time Laura called out An mine, so I took the trouble to see shadow of the tower the signalmanlay I arm At that moment there was the "Quest" he went on. "Ill have to

F black lumps of explosive to which he inch or two of tweed was clearly visIble that you paid for it Well?" dead. Quest half way to New sound of an automobile stopping out- ask you a question." |

11 1 had once before owed his life and fitted through the strewn leaves. Quest I "Five years of hell, that's what I York stretched fiat on his stomach side. I "Why not?" Quest replied loll[

r it carefully in a small case with flat on his stomach crawled a little had," the man continued his eyes was struggling for life with knees and 1 "Keep quiet for a moment," the In- quickly up."Where .

a coil of wire and an electric lighter. way down took out his electric torch flashing, his face twitching with an hands and feet spector whispered In her car. "Pull were you at eleven-flftpen?"

t He looked at his revolver and recharged from his pocket and brushed the stuff ger. "Well, you're going to have a yourself together madam. Go to the "On tower No. 10 of the New STork

it Finally he rang the bell away. Then he clambered to his feet little bit more than five years. This CHAPTER XI. other end of the room. Don't look. Central scrapping for my life" Quest

for his confidential valet "Our search is over." he declared shed's been burnt down twice sparks Mrs. Rheinholdt welcomed the In- Stay there for a few moments and answered grimly. "I've reason to remember

: "Ross." he asked "who else is there gravely "and your troubles Lenora. from passing engines. It's going to spector with a beaming smile as he then get home as quick as you can." It"Something

here today besides you?" ,i That Is :Macdougal's body." be burnt down for the third time." stepped out of his office and approached -I She obeyed him mutely pressingher I in the Inspector's steady .1

; "No one today, sir." Lenora's face sank into her hands I' "Sounds remarkably unpleasant," her automobile. hands to her eyes shivering in gaze seemed to inspire the criminologist

,, "Just as well, perhaps" Quest observed for a moment Quest stood on one Quest admitted. "You'd better hurryor i "How nice of you to be so punctual, I every limb. French stood back inside I with a new idea. He came a step

"Listen Ross. I am going out side while Laura passed her arm the boss will be back." Mr. French" she exclaimed making I the room. He heard the front door forward, a little frown upon his forehead -

< now for an hour or two. but I shall be around the other girl's waist | Gallagher finally slammed the door. room for him by her side. "Will you | open, he heard Quest's voice outside. I II I

back at midday. Remember that. Mrs. Quest glanced at his watch. i' Quest heard the heavy footsteps of tell the man to drive to Mr. Quest's I "Where the devil are you. Ross?" "Say. French," he exclaimed "you

: Rheinholdt and Inspector French are "111 have to get." he said, "but 111 the two men as they turned toward house in Georgia square?" There was no reply. don't-you don't suspect me of this?"

to be here at twelve o'clock. If by send someone along. Cheer up, Lenora the section house. He drew a little The inspector obeyed and took his The door was pushed open. Quest French was unmoved He looked !

any chance I should be a few minutes ," he added kindly. "Look after case from his pocket place in the luxurious limousine. entered, followed by the professor and Quest in the eyes.

t late ask them to wait And. Ross her Laura. I I He opened what seemed to be a "How beautifully punctual we are!" Craig. The inspector stood watching "I don't know" he said I,

a young woman from the Salvation Quest hastened along the road to little mahogany box, looked at the ball she continued glancing at the clock. their faces. Quest came to a stand- (TO BE CONTINUED.) I



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BILL LATUREBy BEFORE LEGIS- I PEACE CONFERENCE HAGUE AT THE i At The ChurchesST. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111111'


The program of the congress omits
LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
C. F. Johnson any reference to relative national responsibility :

Tallahassee, Fla., April 25.-Representative for the war or its con- The Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen :

Griffin, of Orange county, dean.
has introduced a fish regulation meas- duct.One important resolution which Fourth Sunday after Easter.Holy .

ure that was sent to him by owners will come up for consideration readsas Communion, 7:30 a. m. ,

0f v property in the Windermere and follows: Morning prayer and Sunday school ;

Gotha section of the county. This "This International Congress of 9:45 a. m.Evening. I:
THE BIG
7:30 STORE
,
a bill, complying with the wishes of Women urges the powers to come to prayer p. m. I ,,

those interested, will prohibit fish be- an agreement to unite in bringing FIRST PRESBYTERIAN-0- CHURCHRev.

ing caught in Lake Blanc, Lake Down, pressure to bear upon any country
.
Jno.V' Stagg, pastor.
Lake Crescent, Lake Varnell, Lake which resorts to war before it has
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. ,
Sheen, two Lakes Butler, and all referred its case to arbitration or Con-
O'Neal, superintendent. Men's Bible :
lakes connecting with them, and of- ciliation.
in auditorium of church.
class
fered for sale. Fishing is prohibited The British group takes the stand

except with hook and line or lure, that it will not support a propagandafor At Services the evening at 11 service a. m. the and Peace 7:30 p.Con-m. The Store of Superior Qualities and Moderate Prices ; :

and to catch and offer for sale such peace at any price. There are
ference will have charge of the ser :
other resolutions favoring democratic
fish will be a misdemeanor.It .
vices. A fine has been arranged '
is the intention of people in that control of foreign policy, no transference program
and doubtless crowded house
'
a
section to protect their lakes from of territory without the consentof
will greet the speakers. The young .
seine fishing for the market. the men and women in it, and more
people's society meets at 6:30 m. : .
, Another bill has been asked for ina enlightened education of children on p. .

petition sent here addressed to Rep the subject of war. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 June Will Soon
p. m.
resentatives Griffin and Newton, and The English women take exceptionto
Forrest Carr choir direc-
Dabney ,
Senator Donegan, that would prohibitthe the Dutch definition of the confer-
tor; Miss Roberta Branch, organist. .
ence as a protest against a horriblewar
catching of fish in a greater num-

ber than 25 in one day to each personin as they take the stand that services.The public is cordially invited to all Be Here

any fishing party, the same regula- Great Britain is fighting a noble war
-0CATHOLIC-
tions to apply as in the first bill pre- for liberty. -

sented in regard to the catching and The leaders of the congress hope to CHURCH
Mass at 6:30 a. m.
sale of fish. Due to the fact that an- assure that women have a voice in the
final that the smaller Sunday school at 9 a. m.
terms of
,
other signed petition was being peace
pre-
pared to supplement! the one received nations receive proper recognition in Mass and sermon at 10 a. m.

here, and that the bill was to applyto the settlement and that some agree- The annual May procession of the It Is the Month of theGRADUATE
the Children ,
the Sodality of of Mary and
the whole county, this measure has ment is reached at conclusion of ,
the pupils of St. Joseph's academy
the war assuring a permanent
not been introduced. The only excep- peace.
will take place at 7:30 p. m., followed '
tion to the method of fishing in the
a GRAPE JUICE AT HOME by the regular services of Rosary,
county-wide bill, was that picnic par-
Washington, D. who Benediction and sermon.
-Anybody
ties might seine for fish to be used at GIRL
is able to can vegetables can make All are welcome.
said picnic. Every hotel within two

miles of Lakes Apopka, Down, Butler grape juice, says a new publication --
of the United States department of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHAt
and Conway will be required to keepa
agriculture, farmers' bulletin 644. ( the Grand)
of this law posted. I
copy The petition received was signed byJ. The principle is the same in both Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- Is it :your daughter, grandchild or niece, who is about to bid goodby to school days

cases-the sterilization of the product and step from girlhood to womanhood?
P. Holbrook, John M. Cheney, J. W. tor.Mr.
before it is stored In of Samuel A. Newell, superintendent -
McElroy, C. A. Campbell, T. J. Wat- away. case Only one event, her marriage, is as important in a young woman's life as her gradua-
this sterilization of the Sunday school Mr. Geo. W.
kins, II. T. Butler, Jas. L. Giles, II. L. grape juice preventsthe director ; tion. No other occasion is so fitting for the bestowal of manifestation of love by rela-
fermentation which in Phillips, of the choir Mr.
making ;
Beeman, E. H. Gore, B. M. Robinson, wine turns the grape sugar into alco- W. S. Branch, Jr., organist tives. So don't fail to look at the Big Store, as we are showing the largest and most com-
John A. Abberger, Samuel Jones, II.
I O. Estes, H. A. Lumsden, E. E. Mc- hol. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The plete line of Ready-to-Wear garments, and thousands of yards of new and fashionable

Culloch, W. G. Sphaler, Orlando; Wm. Baracas at their new hall in basementof Dress Materials, also Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, and in fact everything to make the young
L. C. Kavanaugh, popular Orlandoite the new church. Men not in other .
Grier, Windermere; H. H. Yowell, Or- graduate happy.
who sells feed, is very particularto schools especially invited.
lando; F. A. Peppercorn, J. B. Walker -
sell feed that he believes is the Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.
W. R. O'Neal, J. N. Larson, Geo.C. .
only sort of feed that will generate m. Morning subject, "A Son's Callto
May, J. R. Irvine, J. E. Vick, W. B.
in "
power "hay burning" locomotives. Service.
Watson, J. A. Huntington, J. B. Red-
He believes the longest mileage a day The young people will have chargeof
dit, Fort Christmas; S. G. Dolive, BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS FOR
can be obtained by putting a mule on the evening service and very interesting -
Wm. Bundy, J. SI. McElroy.
an International No. 2 diet. The Tribune program has been preparedfor

inadvertently "accused" :Mr. this hour. The public is most GRADUATING DRESSES

CHEROKEE ROSESBy Kavanaugh, upon his last visit to ordially invited.

Arthur Irey Tampa, of recommending some other Good music. All seats free.

Cherokee roses, spotless and pure, kind of provender for "our dumb The Week FRENCH ORGANDIE, a graded, deVOILES, we have them in all grades,
Lining the hedge with a heavenly friends." Mr. Kavanaugh writes to Ladies' Aid
Monday afternoon at 3
from the
lure; sirable sheerness and fine texture, Domestic to the very finest -
assure his friends that he did not recommend o'clock, with :Mrs. L. B. Long monthly
Turn to'ard the Earth now thy fostering his competitor's ; 45 inches wide, SOc. 65c., 75c. and $1.00 French make, 2:>coy 3:>coy 50c..
J. thorn, product.- meeting of the official board, Mon-
\0 Whilst lifting a dew-sprinkled face to Tampa Tribune. 65c. and ____$1.00
day night, Baraca hall; prayer and ------------------

the morn. fellowship meeting and business con- MERCERIED LINGERIE BATISTE
PORTUGAL FACING HUNGER
These Cherokee roses will wither and ference, Wednesday night; the choir a rich lusturous quality, 45 inches
HKETONNE NETS, very popular I for
die, Lisbon.-Six months of continuedbad meeting, Friday night. wide ________________35c. ;")0 c. and 75c
And swiftly their thorny-hedge fragrance graduating dresses, 72 inches wide. .

will fly; weather frequently marked by FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 40c. 50c, 60c., 7oc. 90c. and $1.25
But e'er will remain in the rosetintedmorn
torrential rains have beautiful
done so much (Corner :Main\ and Jackson Sts.) TRANSPARENT CLOTH, a

The strong fending hedge, and the damage in agricultural regions thatit John B. Ley, pastor. sheer fabric, 45 inches wide, 50c., 75c.

fostering thorn. is freely predicted 1915 is to be a Bible' school, 9:45 a. m. Fine or- and __________________________$1.00 NET FLOUNCINGS, very new,

Fair Florida roses, bloom in the year of hunger for Portugal. chestra, organized classes, modern we are showing a beautiful line in

And spring; The year's at the spring, equipment. New pupils solicited. C. HINDOO CLOTH a very sheer tex- 24 in., 27 in., and 45 in., at $1.00
softly thy perfume the breezes E. Howard
superintendent.
And the
day's at the
will fling, mom; ture with a high sheen, 48 in. wide$1 $1.25 and $1.75
Morning's at Preaching at 11
seven; a. m. and 7:30
p.
Far over the hedge row, far over the
The hill
side's dew
f street, pearled; I m. The presiding elder of this district -
The lark's the
on wing
A delicate incense, a heavenly sweet. The snail's on the thorn;; i Rev. Smith Hardin, will occupy

God's in His Heaven :the pulpit at each hovf. Mr. Hardin '

The Cherokee the year blossoms come once in All's right with the world. is an earnest, effective speaker, and READY-TO-WEAR SHOES LACES
,
With fragrance distilled both from -Robert Browning. should command a full house. ,

earth and from air; Letter carriers are to be permittedto Special music at night. Morning'
So when UNDERMUSLINSExquisite
soft scented perfume floatsin
through the door, wear cotton uniforms. This is nota service will close with sacrament of

The Rose of the Southland is bloom- discrimination against the wool Our Lord's Supper.

ing once more. grower in favor of the cotton grower. Junior League, 2:30 p. m.

It's the weather. Senior League, 6:30 p. m.CHRISTIAN Laces Exceptional Showing ofUndermuslins

THE TIME TO LOVE"I -
Our assortment of Laces consists of an
Austria balks at our SCIENCE
love my love in the springtime," neutrality. immense variety of qualities and patterns.
Possibly she would Sunday school at 9:45
bullets
prefer
Declared a poet mild. our a. m.
We are showing a beautiful line of Shadow
"I need not buy her roses high, Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Ev
For then they blossom wild." o erlasting Punishment. Lace, Bobinet Laces, heavy Cuackley Em-

broidered Laces, Venetian Laces, ChanBeautIful Skirts, Corset Covers and
D. C. Gillett is the Wednesday
smartest man- evening service at 7:45.
"I love my love in the springtime," Two-Toned Torchon Val,
Laces LinTeddy
tilly Bears
for fat man-wohm Third floor lace and
The lark its song repeats. a we know.- corner South Orange embroidery trimmed -

"Since they suffice I save the priceOf Lakeland Telegram. avenue and Church street. Entrance en and Cluney Laces. and all moderately priced.
that Laces
operatic seats." Dame fashion has decided
Guess have Church
you never met our on street.
"Jimmie D." shall be very good this summer, so we
"I love my love in the springtime," have bought the greatest line we ever
The pride of poet men. o NOTICE
owned both in foreign and domestic
"For poets poor you may be sure, Peach crop symptoms continue ,
'Tis better loving then." good. The only indications of a demise The ordinance of the city providesthat makes. It will be a delight to see them.
no shade tree in the
streets shall
is the drought. be White
removed without permission from Shoes
o the street commissioner, under a pen- Our Beautiful Ready-to-
Empire Hotel The peace speeches and peace res- alty of fine not exceeding $30 or im-

olutions can do no harm they like prisonment not more than 10 days. Wear Is
; are Department to
The city council intends to impose wear with that pretty white dress,
the cigar store Indian in this respect.o this penalty all
upon
persons proved '
t o guilty of the offense.S. Now Complete when you graduate.

miss the things we never had is A. JOHNSON,

50 G SUNDAYCDIJ' N R 50 a habit that can just as well be avoided. 5-2-ltc Com'r Public Works. Never before have we had such a won-

derful display of beautiful dresses in white NEWEST STYLESand

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR colored, distinctive and wonderful in

their We are showing an elegant
Cream of Chicken Soup DoctorsBHekIIIaster RENT Modern bungalow, close I beauty. and in Ladies White Canvas and Nu Buck 1
Voiles Organdies Crepes
in. M. J. Daetwyler. 5-2-3t line in ,
Celery Pickles & I Lawns, some of them beautifully trimmed Pumps and Slippers, high and low heels,

Brimdage!! FOR SALE-New camp, located on a with sheer delicate laces and fine trans- prices ranging from

Broiled Sea Bass OSTEOPATHS lake; half acre of land; near brick parent embroidery, all the newest styles,

Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat road. This is a desirable bargain. and at to suit all.
Roast Chicken, Sage Dressing, Kirksville, Mo. Address D. B. C., Sentinel office. prices i .

Giblet Sauce 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples 5-2-6tc $5.50 to $18.00 $1.50 to $4.00YowellDflckwortli
National Bank. Phone 578. I
Brown FURNISHED-Five large rooms and" i I
Roast Beef Gravy
bath, lighted, trunk and store Ii i
,
Macaroni au Gratin rooms, large lot, bearing grove, chicken -
Orlando Wood Yard house. Rent low to November J
See owner, 714 West Church. 5-2-5t 3
Mashed Potatoes Succatash


Steamed Rice Green Peas Removed from Pine St. two blocks I 3

Lemon Water Ice Cake north on Railroad, west end Wash- Co. i

ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

Cheese CrackersTea all times. I

Coffee 1 J


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South Florida SentinelMORNING W. S. Branch .. 1 .v. n 0a.

AND WEEKLY
'. ::. GLENN .....................Editor Ancient has into his- :
Syracuse gone
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Basinet Manner .
tory because of the wonderful friend- ,t\ r ., .. .. J" ':
Entered at the postoffice .t Orlando Florida ship of Damon- and Pythias enacted to get i ,. _, '1' iI I
as Second Class Mail Matter. .
there. The modern Syracuse is be- flies. T r
SUBSCRIPTION RATES coming famous because Bill and Ted fly," butedious .
Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 I ..
Dally. 6 Months ...................... %.50 are manifesting their marvellous las 10 IVHV/.T ..an. o &&. -.,...? -.. ---
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 hatred within the city. pests around the house, swatter in tored to Orlando yesterday and spent (
Daily. 1 Mont ....................... 60 4Fi y
I -- hand, waiting for them to settle so as the forenoon transacting business and
................ .. $1.00
Weekly. 1 Year The editor of "Viewpoint," a snap- to get a good lick at them, sometimes greeting friends. Mr. Irwin is a Mait-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN py little trade journal issued by missing the mark altogether and land booster of the right kind and is

ADVERTISERS White & Wyckoff Mfg. Co, of Hol- often breaking a dish or two with the continually singing the praises of that

yoke, Mass., says: "If I were czar missile. The swatter also is a dirty portion of Orange county.

advertising Copy for.display sM be banded and all in at other the hand-set business of America, I would issue a ukase thing, scattering disease germs over
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. that any immigrant (healthy) could the table, dishes, etc. Miss\ Evelyn Harvey, who had been
the changes day before for publication.contract advertising This rale:appliesto it Is enter provided he would stay away A Boy Scout will tell you that the engaged at the Florida sanitarium at
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. from cities for five years. The trou- best way to catch flies, along with Orlando during the winter, is againat

i Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued ble center of the immigration problemis their germs, is to use "tanglefoot fly home with the family at 51 First
should notify the office in writing on the inchoate, misgoverned city. paper." You might say that the avenue for the summer, having returned -
f' the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates Think it over and you will discovera sticky paper is a nuisance and often from Orlando Tuesday after-

rr Telephone until notice N to.mb stop.r .is...received................... 24 deal of wisdom in the above idea. causes lots of trouble, but the Boy I noon.-Daytona Gazette-News. CLEANUP!
Scouts meet that argument by show-

SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1915. Mrs. A. B. Whitman, treasurer of ing you a "holder" that you can slip II County Commisisoner C. J. Sweet
the park commission, says that my the paper into and it can be set or and Mr. J. F. Harris, of Pine Castle, .
SAFEGUARD ORLANDO informant on the expenditures on carried around anywhere. were among the business transactorsin
: SHADE TREES. Lake Eola park has placed the total Orders are taken for these holdersby the county metropolis yesterday. EVERYRemnant
... One of Orlando's greatest natural amount expended far more than the the Boy Scouts at a small price, They report things in general as be- "-

assets are the sweeping, magnificent facts warrant. About ten thousand the profit going toward this summer's ing prosperous in their section of the

and beautiful shade trees. They cause dollars has been paid out by the park camping fund for the Boy Scouts. county, but vegetation needing rain
the visitor to gasp with wonder and commission, but this amount includesthe Ask a Boy Scout how to catch flies. badly.
amazement. The fame of Orlando's total amount expended on both If a Scout does not visit your home

oaks has spread throughout the en- I Lake Eola and Lake Lucerne, and in leave jour order for the "tanglefoot"and Mrs. W. W. Southgate left yester-
tire country. Consequently it shouldbe this amount is an item of about two holders at the Wright Seed Store. day for Jacksonville where she will

the purpose of the city governmentand thousand dollars paid for land to com- Do a good turn by catching the fly. make a short visit to her daughter,

individual property owners to plete the present holdings of the cityin Mrs. Craig, and thence to Newport,
safeguard the shade trees. The indis- park improvement. So that in real- Mrs. Cummings and Mr.\ Burt Hart, Ky., where Mr. Southgate precededher
criminate cutting down of trees shouldbe ity only five or six thousand dollars regular winter residents of this sec- a couple of weeks since. This estimable IN .
stopped. Orlando's shade trees are has been used in making Lake Eolaso tion, left yesterday morning over the couple are very popular in
the results of the efforts of the past attractive. Great credit is due the Atlantic Coast Line for Amityville, this city and have many friends who I

generation. It requires at least thir- commission for their wisdom and care N. Y., where they will spend the sum- will be delighted to welcome them in
I
ty years to grow the giant oaks that in the expenditure of the funds. mer. the fall.
border Orlando's pretty streets, making -I THESTORETUESDAY
of them veritable bowers. Why ; LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL .A
destroy trees indiscriminately! The -

Board of Trade should take this ques- Orlando, May 1, 1915. 1
tion up immediately and with the city Editor Sentinel-I notice in your
officials and the city attorney inves- paper this morning a statement that

tigate the present status of the law. my son, Eugene Rowe, in company
o with another boy, had been arrestedfor

WILL YOU ASSISTIN the theft of a diamond stick pin,
CLEAN-UP WEEK? and that he had broken away from

The Woman's Civic League of Or- the policemen and had run away from
them. The truth of the is
untold matter
lando is destined to accomplish
benefits for Orlando, the capital of that the so-called arrest was entirely Magnolia AvenueI
Orange county. Beginning tomorrowthe without legal right, or foundation,
Civic League will conduct a clean- there never having been any affidavitor
warrant issued for my son's arrest have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- Consisting of Dress Goods Silks,
up week, assisted by every citizen, the
city officials, and the Board of Trade. on this or any other harge, nor uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. Linens, Linings, Laces, Wash
is there now any such charge hangingover
lando When should Saturday be night the spotless is reached town Or-of him. So far as his breaking This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a Goods, Embroideries, etc., etc.

and number of bearing fruit trees.I .
is he
away running concerned
,
Florida. The cartoon the front
on
In lengths from 2 to 8 yards
page of today's Sentinel speaks louder simply came home to me, and told me will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof
than all' the editorial musings that about the attempted arrest. I went feet off south end. (There's a use for every length.
we can muster.It with him to Mr. Frank Gordon, the

is highly gratifying to see the sheriff, and he treated me so nice that The house is in good condition and is arranged into -,

harmony and smoothness with which he told me that he would not requireme light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in-
to make any bond, at that time, A
the Board of Trade is working for a
and to be come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
for
greater and more prosperous Orlando. responsible the boy until -
There was a time when the Board of this morning, which I did. The bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
Trade ran along and a few men did sheriff late this evening informed me BARGAIN.
that the man had never shown up to
the work. Now every citizen has his
shoulder to the wheel. It requires make any charge and that the boy Cash or terms. .
work and could go. The person who, I under-
energy to conduct the busi-
ness of the Board of Trade. With stand, made the original claim that Priced for

new and loftier ideas more labor is my son had stolen his stick pin, was
entailed. such a character that he did not stand

his ground, and left town withoutever
o

THE DIXIE should making have been the required affidavit before which myson's S. Y. WAY ONE DAY'S :

HIGHWAY.Everywhere.
liberty was ever threatened.I .
Florida interest is i.
over trust that you will give this state- .
paramount in plans to secure the offi- ment as great publicity as you did Insurance and Real Estate Agent SELLING
cial route of the Dixie highway, orig- the
charge this morning. I could tell
inally planned as an improved road-
more about this man, and what he did
way from Chicago to :Miami. Now, while he was here in town, if I was PHONE 172
however, both the West Coast and
so disposed. Respectfully, Some Less
Central Florida have cast their hats .
J. A. ROWE.
into the ring and are fighting hard to

get recognition from the promoters of LEAVE FOR NEW YORK THIS and1jManyAT
the
highway. WEEK
Whether the Dixie highway name
is given to any one of the routes or
Mr. and :Mrs. E. II. Brewer and
to all of them the movement will have
daughter, Miss Eda Brewer, who have HALF
accomplished much for the
good good been
spending the winter at Winter r
roads in Florida. There is -
already
Park will
depart Monday for their
enough evidence in the militant
spiritof home at Courtland, N. Y., stopping at PRICE
the various sections to that
prove
several cities
en route. will
They motor -
Florida is alert and active in the good as far as Jacksonville.Mr. Everything front Head to Foot-
roads movement. In no other sectionof
the country through which the J. Riggs, who has been spend- in our Dru tore

roadway will pass has there been so ing several months in Orlando look-

much interest shown as right here in ing after the ornamental inside workin Hair Tonicto HAIR

Florida. the Baptist church, was made hap- TON I
The thing for Florida counties to
py yesterday afternoon by the arrival -
do, whether they are selected' as on of :Mrs. Riggs and the little Bunion.
the official route or not, is to build ones, Miss Lucy and Master William, Plasters /
roads that "go somewhere"roadswhich from Portsmouth Ohio. They are

are continuous through one pleasantly located at 305 West Cen- \ ,1
county into another so that those who tral avenue. h
wish to travel can know that they

will be able to do so over good high- Mr. and Mrs. F. W. lIcAuleyIr..

.. ways. and Mrs. R. J. Waldron and Mrs. C.
Orange county is at work now, A. Hovey, left Orlando last eveningover I iT
bricking her highway to the Osceola the Seaboard Air Line for Glens .
county line. Seminole county is like. Falls, N. Y., where they will spend I

wise building highways that lead to the summer. Mr. Hovey's immense ,_ _

the county lines. The county commissioners business interests and building opera- li'" a-
a.
i"
of Osceola have promised to tions in this section will necessarily / li
build the connecting link from tbi detain him in this city for some
Orange county line to Kissimmee and weeks. Their going removes from
on to the Polk county line, and then if Orlando until fall a most charming DICKSON.IYfS CO. e

Polk county will do her part anal con- people whose friends are legion, manyof
struct a direct roadway from line to whom were at the depot to bid
line, the route through Central Flor- them bon voyage.
ida will be complete. The Central Get
DP[ ARTMNT[ STORt.
Florida route is nearer to actual com- FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913
pletion than any other. For that rea- model; new tires, pew coat paint, 111 .
M
son there is $100 worth accessories; price $325.
a strong argument in our
Also 1915 Overland touring car, fine ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
favor. Even if some other route shape; $800. Winter Park Auto Co.,. We the
should be selected, Central Florida 'Winter Park, Fla. 5-2-3t are ne The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

could capture all the traffic because PROMERI tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

the counties in this section could be where the roads are best, whether it at right prices

1 first to complete the roadways. All is called the Dixie highway or any : :'S
: we need do is to "get busy" and com- other high sounding name.-Kissim- r
plete the roads. The traffic will come mee Valley Gazette. l THE ft :- := \tf f
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t. Parkhill, Tampa;; addrss by Dr. W. Branch, of Orlando, was: honor guestat ---- You can always depend on a good

F. Blackman.Monday, Slay 3. an auction bridge party given THE THEFT OF THE CROWN program at the Favorite, so don't fail ()<> \ '.' q -l.
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to Monday's show. '
Civic League, clean-up week-front Wednesday afternoon at the home of JEWELSA Five see cents to all. I .
yard day. Mrs. Alston Haile. Winners of high -
Ladies' Aid Society, Baptist church, scores were Mrs. Fred Merrill, Mrs. ./ ;011"
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with Mrs.Tuesday L. P. ,Long.May 4. Walter Tilghman, Miss Mary Evans, I Kalem Special Feature com- Col. H. C. Reid, one of Winter \

Civic League, clean-up week-back and Miss Betty Fudge, of Atlanta,Ga. plete in two parts. Featuring Park's prominent winter residents, o COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY 0
yard day.Informal Miss Branch was the recipient of a transacted business in Orlando yes
reception in M. E. church pair of very pretty hat pins. Cream terday.OSTEOPATHY. No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for the
parlors, by Ladies' Aid and Mis- Alice Joyce.
sionary societies, to members of the and cake were served. price. No matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for
Orlando district conference. The guests were Mesdames Warner your money. Aside from real values you can choose from an as-
Sorosis Club meeting. Hamm, Rohan Varnes, Fred Mer- sortment unrivalled here-abouts.
Mrs. Jos. Bumby entertains for Miss
Slemons at an afternoon party. rill, Walter Tilghman, Howard Row-
Wednesday, May 5. ton, A. M. Hedick, H. M. Fearnside, DR. J. C. HOWELL ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Civic League, clean-up week-back James Millican: Charles Kupperbusch, Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ,
yard day. Jr., Misses Roberta Branch, Betty "THE METHODS OF MAR- Kirksville Graduate 16 .dJ
Sans Souci Club, Mrs. H. B. Myers
Consultation
Free 0=:::1.
hostess. Fudge, Mary Evans, Grizella Merrill, .
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Hal Winnifred Haughton Irene Gardner, GARETTE" .Office. HoteL Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan

,. .. Beardall hostess. / Edith Kupperbusch, Maud Kennerly,
,
. 'Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. C. P. I I Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Dow, hostess. and Lulu Reed. I A Vitagraph Comedy. Orlando, Fla. 'YOlWILL HAVE NO TROUBLE
Bachelor Girls, Miss Augusta Wright -0- C HEREin
hostess. SOROSIS LIBRARY
Thursday, May 6 NOTICE. selecting wall paper for your
Civic clean-up weekparking -
League After May 1 the Sorosis Librarywill LucerneTOMORROW # home. Our stock contains all the lat-
and street day. i
Rosalind Club, Mrs. C. B. Robinson, be open only on Wednesday afternoon est designs in such varied assortment -
chairman hospitality committee.Kil from 3 to 6 o'clock, and on'' "HEARST SELIG NEWS" that you are sure to find just
IORRO\V
Kare Klub. Saturday, from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. the kind you have been 'looking for. l
Friday, May 7. ..
Civic League, clean-up week-paint i I and 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. The Saturday -I Another of those interesting Come in and see our offering and get
sand whitewash day. hours are the same as usual, but y our prices. You'll be interested.
" Nullos Club, Mrs. Forrest Dabney "RUNAWAY JUNE"
I the library will be open only one afternoon -
Carr hostess. during the week instead of "News Pictorial." : Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
Faculty of Orlando High School en-
Just naturally getting better ,. j !
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tertain for the Seniors. every afternoon as during the winter 205 S. Orange Avenue
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Saturday, May 8. season. with each
episode.
Civic League, clean-up week-Junior I 261
Phone
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League day. COLEMAN & RHAN
MRS. B. SALOMON
D. A. R. ELECT OFFICERS.FOR E ERTAINS. -
A SPLENDID SHOW
COMING YEAR. The pupils and friends of Mrs. Stev-
"ON THE HEIGHTS"A
The Orlando Chapter of the Daugh- enson's music class were delightfully a
ters of the Amerioan Revolution met entertained yesterday afternoon at Biograph Special Feature COMPANY
SEED
yesterday afternoon at the home of the home of Mrs. B. Salomon, 407 WRIGHT
:Mrs. A. B. Whitman and elected offi- North Orange avenue. The house was complete in two parts.

' cers for the coming year. Those prettily decorated with flowers and 5c. lOc. I "CLEAN-UP WEEK"
elected were Mrs. Annie L. Forde, regent ferns and an interesting musical' pro- f
,
; Mrs. E. T. Jackson, vice-regent; gram was rendered by the pupils. "ARTHUR TRUMANS WARD"A I Use Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.
Miss Mable O'Neal, secretary; Mrs. -0- Keep hen-house nd fowls clean of lice. ':
Annie L. Mallory, registrar; Mrs. P. SOCIETY NOTESOF Vitagraph Drama. International your Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.
F. Laubach, treasurer, and Mrs. W. S. INTEREST.Mrs. .
Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augus- 1
Branch, historian. The meeting wasa Fudge entertained the "999" tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal {J
most delightful one and plans were club at her home on South Main FIVE BIG REELS !
Dasheens.
and Sudan Grass,
made for forthcoming sessions. Flag street, Friday afternoon, in compli- ROOf GARDENTOMORROW
day, June 14, will be observed in an ment to Miss Peck. Cards were the
appropriate fashion. Mrs. W. R. order of the afternoon, Mrs. W. P. FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
O'Neal delivered a short talk on wo Watson winning first prize, a piece of
man's suffrage. dainty hand painted china. Miss Peck I BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results j

-0- was presented with a bamboo vase,
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL WON which was made in Orlando. Miss

OVER UMATILLA TEAM, Miriam Fudge assisted the hostess in -
* "THE HEART BREAKER"A
\ SCORE OF 30 TO 9. serving a delicious salad' course with !
The Cathedral school basket ball punch and nuts in individual bowls. .
team won over the girl's team of Several guests were invited to substi- College Comedy complete in. FRANK A. CURTIS WIlliAM R. O'NEAl

Umatilla Friday night in the Armory I.tute for absent members, those pres- two
parts.
with a score of 30 to 9. This makes ent being Mesdames W. P. Watson,
a total of twelve games played by the I Skye V. T. Straley, W. M. Lege, Phil- Established 1886

Cathedral school this season, and of I lip Slemons, Calvert, and Misses
this number only two have been lost,: Dane, Zillah Shepherd, Peck. "THE BUTLER'S BUSTED

one each to Ocala and Stetson. Ties ROMANCE"
CURTIS Si O'NEAL'
were made with the teams of both of Master Clifford Entrican enter-
these places, and that with the former tained in honor of his tenth birthdayat
has been played off, with the Cathe- his home on Grand avenue. The Sterling Comedy.

dral girls as victors. The tie with afternoon was spent in games and afterward INSURANCE LOANS

' Stetson remains, all efforts to arrangea the guests were served with
third game being unsuccessful. ice cream and cake. All departed "THE CLUTCH OF THE

t This is a remarkable record, and one wishing Master Clifford many more EMPEROR" REAL ESTATE RENTALS

which the local team and its able (Continued on page 12)

Drama, Ben Wilson, Dorothy

Phillips.

WEDDING BELLS


WILL RINGfor 10 cents 5 cents For SaJ.e



many couples during the next sixty days and those who send Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens

Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. Samples and pricesare With every paid admission to $4500.00. A bargain.

furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper Roof Garden Monday night a

thing by ordering from them. dish of Hand's Pure Ice Cream

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

couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell

Beautiful ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down,

$10.00 a month until paid'' for. Six per

PAINT UP and CLEAN UP cent on deferred payments.


WALTER W. ROSE

., The whitest of white Paint, and the best

of "Clean Up" Tools, at Real) Estate !

RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCEOffice

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

Phone 555



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Lake Site SENTINEL LOST-Friday Pure Food Store, at, McCrory's Gordon's ,Bakery Mann's, J Dumber, Laths and: : Shingles

Grocery, or between these and CourtHouse
small black pocket book con-
taining one $20 and one $10 bill and
WANTSThe one gold pendant necklace. Finder
will receive reward by returning to
Two L. F. Hammond, Flks' Club, city.
5-1-31
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Directory is the Greatest Want ORLANDO
: Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. PHONE 646 .

Terms Cash in Advance. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

136 acres with beautiful frontage RATES FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
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Cement Plaster and
Royal Perfection Lime
t.- lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t Agatite
on two For Three Days ____________50c BARNARD & SON ---- -- -- ------ ------- -
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For One Month ____________$2.50 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. (.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of 12101mDON'T
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for '
$20.00 per acre. sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- N ATIONAl C GAS RANGE \WEEK

you can't bring your ad to WORRY
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE


ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Every Home Man-Every has use Businefls-for a If you are disappointedabout

Sentinel Want Ad. getting a new Eas- j
First Gets Range .
Watkins Block PHONE 504 ter Suit,we can put your

FOR SALE old one in good condi-

tion for just such occas- I

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR model SALE 20; -perfect Hupmobile condition runabout; tires, ions. Fifty-one years ago the first gas range cooked its first meal.It .

foundationstone all new; just overhauled; reason for didn't look much like the wonderful of
can buy selling, buying larger car. Call 20 new gas ranges 1915.It .
building blocks, side- West Pine street. 5-l-6t .ORIANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
.
walk tile, or anything In my was clumsy-imperfect-but even at that it quickly provedits

line at reduced. Call around I FOR SALE Dry Cleaning superiority over other ways of cooking.
.. and let me surprise you on I A clean, nice cash business for a Steam Cleaning

prices. ''I hustler small cash, on easy payment terms, balance; requires to only suit Pressing and Repairing This week is being celebrated all over the country as Na-

F. D. GORE, 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. tional GAS RANGE WEEK, in honor of this father of all gas
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Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story ranges. In honor of the greatest househould help of modern

Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. cottage, seven rooms and bath, times.
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
I -23-tf ONLY $1,000BEFORE The spirit of the week is co-operation---mutual helpfulness

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock between you and ourselves.
and tools, best farm in county; variety -
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or not, we I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Office corner:: Orange Avenue and Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- want to show you the wondeeful improvements that have been .

Church Phone 419.St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., er.- 1-16-tfc- MAY 5thbuys made in gas ranges in the last few years--.changes that make it .
FOR RENT

more than ever the ideal stove for home cooking. It will only
FOR RENT-In Concord Park, a four
avenue room house.and Putnam Apply street.corner Amelia A. P. the 2 corner lots east of take a few minutes of your time, and we know you'll find it

Butman. 4-30-3t interesting.
Save Money my residence, sidewalks, nice
FOR RENT-A five
,
7
room cottage
fence oaks and
!- West Concord avenue, by the sum- palms.
, mer or year. Apply at 12 W. Concord
avenue. 4-29-6t Worth $1500 or more. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

Inquire of us at once about FOR RENT-Furnished Flat, Ridge- Reason for low price is that
ti wood ave. Inquire O. K. Bakery.
our new scheme of making 4-28-Gt purchaser must agree to GAS DEPARTMENT

f. FOR RENT-New, Modem Five
build.
your dollars buy more groceries .
room house. Apply 510 W. Central.
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t than at other in the
any place
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Terms if desired. :!!
mer, or by the year} cheap. T. A.
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city. Yancey. 3-28-tfc

I Call and see for yourself. For cleanest, clearest Kodak finishing -
go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf Service will Service will
R Pllr S \\Vatei
} An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free Start Spri r Start
r at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tI May 10th May IOthIn
DR. A. J.J TAYLORPHONE
IIr CARUTHERS & GORE FOR EXCHANGE-Would like to exchange -
r nice lot in Bartow, Fla., for
lot of equal value in Orlando. Phone

! New Modern G Grocery 632.PUBLIC TYPEWRITING done 4-27-6tc 696 all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who I

perience.rately and Reasonable rapidly. Two rates accu-I 905 East Central Avenue specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands
;
i. Phone 200 faction guaranteed. Call or service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to v.

727 Miss, city.Mabel Durham. Phone 570.4-27-61 Box the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-

t 6 and 8 East Pine St. lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
Take your Kodak films to Robin-
i son. 3-3-tf Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

G Advertise all the time-not extravagantly COOLER Free of Charge.
i
[ anybody, not a chance wastefully to forget, but don't you. give and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per


l NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR gallon.
PARDON Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallon lots.ANALYSIS.

$2.ooTAMPA Notice is hereby given that Louis
Kilgore, who was at the Novemberterm
: of Criminal Court of Record,
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Orange County, Florida, 1914, con- :
victed of the offense of carnal inter-
t course with unmarried female under .violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.
18 years of age, and on the 15th of
November, 191-1, sentenced by said Rollins College, Florida.
1 court, will apply to the Board of Par- Winter Park, Florida April 19, 1915
dons at Tallahassee, Florida for a
pardon of such conviction at its next J. M. CARUTHERS II. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and i regular meeting.LOUIS Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
I KILGORE. brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
4-21-10tc Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
RETURNMONDAY SPRING WATERCOLOR
BUYERS AND SELLERSI
buy, sell rent, and exchange real _____________________________________Clear.
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Under Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral
MAY 1m over 30 years. Have handled over FREE AMONIA ____________________________Xone. .
20000000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.ma. ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _________-------None.

-:- Smyth HouseCorner CHLORIDE _________________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0. grains per gallon. :
Tickets good on all WANTED TOTAL SOLIDS ___________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace .
WANTED POSITION-A young man One Block from Court House HARDNESS _______________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit May 13th department having fifteen years experience in The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
stores desires position
where ability and merit would war- FURNISHED ROOMS AND monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
VIAAtlantic rant advancement. Best references. BOARD of the body.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf Rates by Day or Week. Summer The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small

Coast Line TO Rates Now On. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionally
ECIIANGE-For house and lot
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from MRS. J. McCAMY good quality.A .
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Standard Railroad of the South set to budded trees two years ago; 3 the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
acres unimproved; extra good land. authorities think, for supplying the lime ,.
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc I I just about enough as many and magnesia requirements
I I of the body. Yours respectfully,
Kodak finishing left at Robinson's CLINT BASS (Signed) THOS R. BAKER.
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
next day. 3-3-tf PHONE 375

.. : LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via West Jefferson Street
the Atlantic Coast Line, Thursday
night May 13. Rate $17.60. See Mr. Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.
LeRoy Thompson P. O. Box 783, No.
DR. L. H. RAMSDELiOTTOMETRISTf 506 Lexington street. Get your iden- Hand Wood CompanyWood
tification cards from depot or city [LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.
ticket agent.Umbrellas. of All Kinds
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE PROMPT \Wright "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444r "
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES recovered and repaired SERVICE ,
AND DO ALL KINDS OFf "while you wait," at Young's Repair I I REASONABLE PRICES
OPTICAL REPAIRING Shop. 21 J;:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc I \ !Er E Ei




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secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites I "
The Board of Trade contest waged like Orlando. I
infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur through the Sentinel closed ten days I "But-keep your eye on Orlando."

Compound. ago. Friday night the judges made "Orlando, the Invincible."

the awards. The judges were the I "Orlando sets the pace."
These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan cashiers of Orlando's three banksS. "Orlando delivers the goods."

Waters Howe, State Bank of Orlando "Orlando does things."
be done at one and the same time. This will abso- I
"
; C. P. Dow, Peoples National I "First work, then talk.
lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. Bank; and Geo. E. Nolan, of the Orlando "Florida's beauty spot""Orlando WASHING
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Bank and Trust Co. the city of opportunity." AND
Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing I "
Winner of Best Slogan "For health and wealth-Orlando.
t cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and Many slogans were submitted but "Orlando's Board of Trade-Orlan-

the the judges decided on Miss Genevieve do's famous three hundred."
you will have no regrets at the end of season.
"The Orlando Board of Trade-
Ivey. The slogan was:
. "THE ORLANDO BOARD OF makes two dollars grow where but

TRADE-THE POWER HOUSE OF one grew before."
PROGRESS." "Orlando grows and never sleeps; POLISHINGYOUR

Prize $5 in gold, given by DeWitt Her record shows the stride she

Miller of the Wyoming hotel. keeps.
J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando "Peace Purity and Prosperity."

How the Women of Orlando Can Best "Not size but quality.
Assist the Board of Trade "Watch us grow in Orlando."

Florida Many 50 word articles were sub- "Public prosperity."
mitted the selection going to F. A. "Orlando to the front!" AUTO

Smyth. The article was as follows: "Industrlae nihil impossibile-to industry -
-THE WOMEN OF ORLANDO nothing is impossible."
CAN ASSIST THE BOARD OF I II "Orlando the city of prosperity."

. I TRADE BY (a) BEAUTIFYINGLOT "Live oaks, new ideas."
AND PARKWAY WITH "Orlando Board of Trade, our self-

Yfllllllllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIILIIIIIIIIII.II.IIII, SHRUBS AND FLOWERS, KEEPING starter." for
Charges $1.00
THEM CLEAR OF TRASH; (b) -- -
THE USE OF COVERED TINS FOR How the Women of Orlando Can
YOU WON'T LOOK RIGHT IN TRASH AND REPORTING ANY Assist the Board of Trade Complete Job : :

NEGLECT IN ITS REMOVAL; (c) "If the Board of Trade can interest

WAGING WAR AGAINST FLIES, .women they will succeed in any
A CLEAN TOWN WITH AND INSISTING ON EATABLES I scheme they undertake. Give them SERVICE FIRST-CLASS AND PROMPT. IT'S

BEING SCREENED." an interest in the Tourist Club House, HANDY AND CONVENIENT TO DROP BY

Prize, $5 costume by Marion Ives, I dedicate a portion of the building to AND LEAVE YOUR CAR WHILE DOWN

A DIRTY HAT of the Dickson-Ives Co. .their exclusive use. Directly after STREET.
this, their husbands, brothers and
: I -0- sweethearts will gladly join the Boardof
Why You Should Join the Board of
Trade Trade"o
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There in this division EAST CHURCHDon't
were many 14
"How can the women of Orlando
i but the best 50 word article was .
| Fry's Hat ShopJ. I assist the Board of Trade any better
awarded to Mrs. Jessica J. Branch.
i than by giving them individually,
Her article was as follows:
nicely prepared meals, on time, and a Wait Come
D. FRY, Proprietor "YOU SHOULD JOIN THE
happy, well dressed wife and children ,
BOARD OF TRADE BECAUSE YOU
i to welcome them on their return from
ARE A CITIZEN OR ORLANDO
; I a day of strenuous toil for the improvement -
Cleaning, Blocking and Renovatingof BECAUSE IN HER YOU GROWTH ARE FOR INTERESTED YOUR- I of our City Beautiful. Now !

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Old Hats OWN BENEFIT AND THAT OF
"Let the have their
women place
YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS. I 1
with the ballot, and the Board of
BY JOINING YOU ADD TO THE
BUILDING OF NEW HATS TO ORDERDRY STRENGTH AND FORCE OF THE I Trade, the business enterprises, and ,
national will
t I government soar to an
ORGANIZATION AND THUS HELPYOUR
of fortune and improved .
unexpected height -
OWN CITY IN ITS GROWTH
methods. Let the of
CLEANING OF ALL KINDS AND CORRECT AND PROGRESS. women
Orlando do their work foreverybody's
duty and
Prize, $5 statuary, "Esmeralda
CLOTHES PRESSING, CLEANING, DYEING
their
good, not especially
given by W. S. Branch, book store.
AND CHANGING COLOR OF PLUMES :. own, and all will be tivell.o ."
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Most Potent and Valuable I "The Woman's Civic League is the
Asset Woman's Board of Trade, therefore, j

The winner of this division was help the Board of Trade by joining
| 210 Boone St. Orlando, FloridaP. Geo. E. Bates, proprietor of the Alta- and working hard in the Woman's
r
monte hotel at Altamonte.His I Civic League." Stimulate businessby 14t atKLANJ MoaVv
O. BOX 33-1 Springs SPd Tovl3 q
fifty word article was as follows: patronizing home merchants and
i "BECAUSE ITS MEMBERS ARE dressmakers. Don't find fault with .

IIIII.-'IIIII'I'IIIIII IILII'IIIIIII'IIIIIIII"'IIIII THE BEST AND ABLEST MEN things as they are but help the Boardof

OF ORLANDO, THEIR EVERY Trade better conditions."

I THOUGHT AND ACTION BEINGTO -0- fferent---
FURTHER ORLANDO'S INTER "The women can use their daily influence -
You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
ESTS. THEY HAVE THE MEANS to help their husbands, sons

our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all. AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO AD- and sweethearts build up their own 1

VERTISE AND PROMOTE EVERY city by punctual attendance at the and as much bett( r as it is different
Full line of Paints Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers
ENTERPRISE. BY ACTING TOGETHER meetings. They can keep trade at

atFinley's THEY CAN CONTROL home by refusing patronage to all Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less

THE CITY BRING IN NEW ENTERPRISES mail-order houses and buying every- skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed.
PROMOTE HEALTH, thing of their own merchants. Theycan These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year.
Pioneer HAPPINESS WEALTH. join the Board of Trade." They are assured by mechanical laws. j

Prize, for -- --
$5 year's subscription to
the Daily Sentinel, given by the Sen- "By cordially greeting all newcomers Read the Five Oakland
Leading 1
''I.. Just across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court tinel proprietors. by a most careful avoidance of
both men and women gossips by
streets. --0--
The Best Way to Advertise Orlando daily observance of the progress of Superiorities BelowEvery

Contractor for Painting.and Decorating. Phone 67. This division was hotly contested, the city as set forth in our newspa-//

but the honors fell to F. M. Aldridge, pers, by instilling pride of ) feature works towards a definite economy-

.-.. Jr. His 50 word article was: Beautiful in the minds of children and maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with
"ADVERTISE AT HOME AND adults. Practice the Golden Rule." low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, 1

ABROAD. THROUGH A PUBLICITY -- ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury.
r i $16.60to VRICHMONDYA. DEPARTMENT DISTRIBUTE The ladies can help the Board by Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's j
k LITERATURE, HANDLE CORRESPONDENCE urging the men to join. By askingthe a real road test-and decide. .
AND SOLICIT CONVENTIONS merchants to display their membership The Oakland Catalogue upon request. Four and j

IJ PUBLIC GATHERINGSAND I cards and asking those who sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t,. t
DESIRABLE WINTERERS. do not belong, why they do not. By $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND.

t = June 1-2-3 1915 THROUGH A LOCAL DEPARTMENT showing their preference to those
EQUIP ORLANDO WITH merchants who are alive and wide MOTOR COMPANYPontiac

: t" IIL CONFEDERATEVETERANS EVERY POSSIBLE ACCOMMODATION awake and belong to the Board of
r Trade. Michigan >!
FOR BUSINESS, HEALTH By sending suggestions and
AND PLEASURE, AND, ABOVE encouragement ot the officers of the i

ALL PREACH TO THE ORLANDO- Board and by their active work in 1
ITES AN ATTITUDE OF GENUINE every way possible, for the good of
MAGRUDER Jr.
J. B. Agent
REUNION HOSPITALITY AND THRIFT." the city"o ,

Prize $5 worth of gas, given by ORLANDO, FLORIDA ;
Ticket OD Sale May 29th to June 2nd, Joe Cheney of the Orlando Water and Why You Should Join the Board of

me*limited{o June Oth. Extension and Light Co. Trade 1-Great Strength ,. .
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stopover priv 7eges. For -- "A city to be prosperous must or- with light weight. I
rates,schedules,reser23 ; Other answers that were merito- ganize a Board of Trade which is a ;
II "' --3. rations,etc,call on 9 rious were as folows: combination of men who keep abreast 2.-High Speed Motor .;:_ 1 1JlJ 1a

Slogans: of the times. The object is to facili- with great power. ; m9
u u u ugl, .> uun II Y. R. O'NEAL \ j. 1
npmpr, ? nr/ln/ r n ,, NI VIII "Orlando a progressive inland city""Let tate trade and do things without friction 3-Low center of ]
City PTicketAgent af5. { alIllill Orlando Flourish." or loss of time. A membershipis of gravity with usual

l I it it l l III 6 y 1 NE "Do it for Orlando." a badge of respectability. Ample road clearance. {' i

/ "The Orlando Board of Trade- reason why you should join." q
ATLANTIC COAST LINE Florida's 4-F lying wedge 1f
Livest Wire! -- -- ii
Lines with least wind
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH "The Florida Beauty." "'Am I my brother's keeper?' If l
resistance.
"Florida's Best Orange." every business man would heed these

"Have a look at Orlando!" words, he would immediately turn to 5-E con o m y with O 0

"United we stand, divided we fall; place where he can help his fellow Ii Iia Luxury. j
Try Our Job Department The Orlando Board of Trade will man, and have a more intimate knowl-
work for all!" (Continued on page 10.) i


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ANNOUNCING WINNERS OF vancement and welfare of Orlando; RECENT MEETING OF THE HOS- and especially to the poor to whom GRUNDAHL EASY TINNER OVER four successive years. The bout wasa

?' BOARD OF TRADE CONTEST they have proven the most potent and PITAL TRUSTEESAt our treatment Home and and shelter.Hospital has afforded P. J. SMITH I match to the finish, best two out of

CONDUCTER BY THE valuable asset." Signed: A. A. RICKERT. three falls, catch-as-catch-can.-

SENTINEL a recent meeting of the Boardof H. W. GREETHAM. Gainesville Sun.
I
"First it represents everything in Trustees of the Church Home and Before an audience of several hun-

< (Continued from page 9.) Orlando, that is for the good of the Hospital the following memorialswere RAW SKIMMED M.' T* A FOOT dred in the Baird theatre Thursday It is a good idea for the Old Man

city. 'Without the Board of Trade it endorsed and requested to be AND MOUTH MENACE night, Geo. Grundahl light-heavy-
edge of what the 'other fellow' is do- also to swat the fly, but he might well
would be impossible for the city to printed in the local papers. weight champion wrestler of the ,
ing and he will always receive value learn that it makes difference
brother and obtain and entertain conventions, etc., With other business transacted for Washington D. C.-A feature of South, won an easy victory over Peter a
back again. Help your to get prompt action on any proposi- the welfare of the hospital was the the present outbreak of foot and J. Smith, the Frenchman of Boston !; whether he does it on the windo

join now"0 tions that would affect the prosperityof decision to change its name to St. mouth disease to which the federal I who has the distinction to hold the screen or on the newly laundei

-when could the city.studious Luke's Hospital.To authorities attach much importanceis championship of New York state for : damask table cloth.
"The time is past man
I Miss Maud Cooper, retiring HouseMother the unprecedentedly large number
live as a detached unit. What helpsor of the Church Home and -
and up-to-date business of hogs which have been affected. II
harms one in a community helps or Hospital: Itl . I IIII i t M I M Ml 11111111 M MJ
and in
THE BEST WAY FOR THE BOARD Both actually proportion to the
\ harms aM. In the Board of Trade the We, the undersigned members of
OF TRADE TO ADVERTISE the Board of Trustees of the Church total number of animals stricken, this i
public spirited helps bring prosperityfor ORLANDO I Home and Hospital, by the appoint- has been much larger than in any of I
the good of all; that selfish for ment of Bishop, Right Rev. Cam-
our
"Insert the following advertisement' the previous outbreaks in this coun-
the good of himself. Let all join." eron Mann, D. D., herewith presentto CLEAN UP !
The chief
the
in the leading Sunday papers north you an expression of the board's try. reason,
authori-I
hap- and west. high appreciation of your service as ties say, is the spread of
"Your business successes your "Orlando, Orange County, Florida. House Mother of our institution.The tion through uncooked milk
and general welfare depend I
piness your phenomenal growth of our
The City of beautiful homes, encir- and other creamery by-products returned -
the and work under care attests en-
upon progress prosper- your your
cling lakes 8000 enthusiastic tire devotion to its and the to the farms to be fed hogs.
many interest
ity of your city. Therefore the Boardof citizens population doubling every fact that in the eleven years of your Infected garbage it is thought is You will Feel Better in a Clean TownIf
Trade, being the organization doing i
5 The city of opportunity, sunshine service you have been absent but also to be held responsible for a por-
most in promoting the general years. twenty-one days in itself bears testimony Your Clothes Cleaned and
fruit and flowers. Write for tion of the lossPOINCARE are
to complete surrender to
welfare of the town, and of its citizenship your
beautifuly illustrated booklet to the work; and the almost miraculous
should have your loyal sup- Pressed by Pipkin the TailorWe
Board of Trade, Orlando, Fla." growth of our plant stands a monu- REVIEWS NEW REGIMENTS ,
port and your as a member. ment to your exceptional executive
-o"Somebody's ability. These facts, coupled with the
"Excellence advertises itself. Let Paris.-President Poincare and Minister
contrast afforded by our earlier and -
Orlando is far ad- are still cleaning the F. L. Anderson Stock of
the Board of Trade learn what Or- later records-which show in the first of War Millerand spent Satur- up
vanced in her physical improvements; lando needs to put and keep it in the ten and a half years of the hospital'slife day evening, Sunday and part of Monday -
she must have in conjunction a com- a list of 500 admissions, and in SHOES AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
plete unionization of her citizenship.The best class of cities, then work to get the past ten and a half years the vast- inspecting the armies operatingin I
these needs supplied. Have advertis- increased number of the Oise and the Aisne and
ly 2,067 patients, on the
Board of Trade needs you you : Special Bargains Every Day this Week. Space will not
the great majority of whom were discharged -
ing money used for improving and lines north of the L'Aigle forest. In
nned the Board of Trade; be a live cured relieved the but remember cleaning
permit of
as or greatly ; quoting prices, we are -
beautifying; work with the Civic the presence of Gen. Joffre and Gen.
wire become a member and let's put -bear witness of your skill and ,
League and no advertising bookletswill Dubois the president presented
Orlando ON TOP." watchfulness and of God's recognitionof flagsto up.
be necessary." your oversight.In new regiments which are being
-0- accepting your resignation, our formed. The president also deliveredan
"Because it is an honor, a duty thanks are due you for your unfalter-
"The Board of Trade 'best ad- address the
to which
can regiments are
and privilege to be a member of an ing faithfulness and self-sacrifice and
the city and promote its growth by composed he said "of and
organization composed of the most when we wish you the infinite good as young
adding every man in the city to its you richly deserve, we beg you to be- old."
prominent intelligent and most influential i C. L.
citizens of Orlando. Becauseit membership. By building a perma- of lieve obligation that we feebly to you.express our sense i Pipkin

keeps you in touch with any pro- nent tourist room; by placing an elec- Signed: A. A. RICKERT.H. There is a growing feeling\ among
tric sign on top of the stand pipe, W. GREETHAM.To sensible motorists that in rounding a
posed improvements or propositions,
and also gives you an opportunity to showing the name ORLANDO. street corner, at least one wheel I : 112 \V. Church Two Stores 31 W. Church

vote or voice sentiments." -- the Rev. H. W. Greetham, Retiring should remain in contact with the I,
your "By using every influence to make I Superintendent. Treasurer and Sec- 'ground. s
--0-- retary of the Church Home and ''HIMMIIHMMtllMIIIMIIIIIIillilliMMMMMIMiltPIT
Orlando a clean wholesome, progres- I
"To shoulder your share of the hospital:
work, financial and otherwise, incidental sive and attractive city, so that vis- We'the committee of the Board of | --
itors and tourists may sojourn here Trustees of the Church Home and
to the making of a modern city. with pleasure depart with regret, and Hospital, Orlando, Fla., appointed by ,
To meet with, to understand, to the Right Rev. Cameron Mann D. D., i
be one of the representative businessmen. planning to return will carry away to memorialize your retirement from

Lastly to reap the benefits for make with them known the to others abiding the purpose desirable to active herewith duty put on in record our establishment our estimate ,
many ClEAN UP UP LIGHT UP 1 IThe

yourself effort." and family--0--by direct personal advantages\-o-of Orlando." of Home your to and the relationship Hospital date of! with your from the resignation its!Church beginning j,I


"Arrange one cent mailing pam- of your office as its Superintendent, I
"Because it creates collective
a
Treasurer and We
Secretary. fully
phlet containing information.
idealism in your city, in yourself, and general recognize that you laid the foundation I
in your homes Advertise in Sunday editions of news- of an institution; that you, almost I
It introduces locally and univer- papers of great cities as follows: single handed, carried it through its
'Orlando Florida modern home city; earlier trials; that, sustained by unfaltering dark gloomy days of winter are over and the bright,
sally the sustaining posibilities ofl
I faith in the righteousness of
your pY'Ogress.I tourist's delight and business center. your endeavor, you at immense cost cheery days of spring are with us. Nature is puting on her best
Send for free pamphlet and enclose of strength, time, means and feeling
t. It can with your help, corporate stamped envelope for careful answersto have given it a name and place in our appearance and it is up to us to follow her example. Clean up

an the adequate betterment municipality of business devoted and thus to special inquiries. Address Orlando missionary district of Southern Flor- the back yards, get rid of the winter's accumulation of trash and

i i through time indorse your most efficient Board of Trade.'" ida.We further recognize in your resig- rubbish, paint over the ugly places. It's a good investment, makes
industries. -o- nation of your official duties the fine
f "Co-operate with every business example of Christian manhood. You, your property look better and last longer. Above all, light up
spent with heroic struggle, have com-
"Because you would become on as- concern in the city. Arrange with mitted your task to us, your friends, !. properly for the summer season. In the warm weather, you nat-
them that every piece of printed matter and we the trust.
who's sociate business organization of live men; men every parcel every box of fruit, The work accept of our institution beganin urally want the coolest, cleanest and best light you can get and in l

centered on the thoughts City's advancement are always every crate of garden produce, etc., for His His Name sake ;it and must in go His on.Name and this line electricity can't be beat. Throw away your old style,

f. and prosperity. Men who have done leaving Orlando should have an at- This formal, though inadequate, expression uneconomical lamps, and get the greatest economy and best light
t than their share in tractive sticker on it telling of the of our esteem is, by order of
more making advantages of Orlando. Merchants our Bishop and full Board of Trustees possible by using Mazda lamps. For business lighting, the nitro- ,
t Orlando what it is, and men who are engrossed in the minutes of the
i unsparing in their efforts to make especially wiuld be a good medium Church Home and Hospital and will gen filled Mazda lamp, with its brilliant white light, when equipped
f through which to distribute these be published in due form in the
Orlando the premier city of inland Palm with the fixtures flood of soft well diffused
stickers. They could fix one on every Branch and the Orlando daily newspapers proper give a light
i Florida. Men who are men and
gen- letter head and envelope they dispatch which gives a daylight effect after dark. Merchants want to be
f Signed: A. A. RICKERT.W. .
tlemen"o the mail.
through Advertise for
? man- II. CRESSON.To known as progressive and up-to-date and the use of electric lightis
ufacturing concerns offering factorylots
"Every man in Orlando should join free and exemption from taxes looked upon by the buying public as a sure sign of progress.
Mr. Charles Lord,
the Board of Trade for it is the only retiring Acting
t for a certain period." Treasurer of the Church Home and
t organization of its kind in Orlando, Hospital:

i and does more good for the city than In accepting your resignation as retiring -I :
; anything else. Every man in Orlando "The best way to advertise Or- Acting Treasurer of the Church
receives benefits from it, directly and lando is to have a place of amuse- Home and Hospital, we, as membersof "DO IT ELECTRICALLY"NEWELL

indirectly, and the persons who do ment for the- tourists, as well as our op,a the committee Right appointed Rev. Cameron by our Bish-Mann

f not join the Board and help the work, home people. Have a building that D. D., chairman of the Board of Trus-
are riding the other fellow." would be adequate for tourist head- tees of the Church Home and Hos-
quarters and conventions, with a pital, desire to put on record our
-
board's ELECTRIC CO
grateful appreciation of
1 Why The Board of Trade is a most gymnasuim in the basement. Havea long and unfailing interest and untir-your
Potent and Valuable Asset" big platform dock with seats whereone ing labor for our institution.It .

t The Board of Trade is a most potent can enjoy the view and chat, out can truly be said of you that you
have given your heart and handsto
and valuable asset in Orlando be- on Lake Eola. Increase facilities for your

cause it has in its power to make the play ground on Lake Eola. Cause rich our reward work for and all we you wish have you done as your the.. 23 East Pine Street Phone 280

city the cleanest, lightest, most beau-I I some one to inaugurate a bus line or blessing of Him who holds in His remembrance -

tiful, and therefore the most attrac- "rubberneck car" to make trips to in all the years you have
given voluntary service to His sick
tive in Florida, both to those who surrounding country. Then when all

live here and to those who visit it." this has been done advertise in the -- .

--0-- magazines, mentioning all that we
"Every business man is individ- have for the pleasure of the tourist. TAKE A LOOK AT THIS MOTORCYCLE

ually for himself. The Board of We should also have our July Fourth

Trade causes a man to understand celebration as well as others of this

that commercially he is helping him- kind in Orlando. Keep the people at

self, if he assists his neighbor to ad- home as much as possible and inci- 1

vertise our city and inducing North- dentally bring others here. There is

erners to help us to make this city no use to spend our money advertis-

the BEST IN THE SOUTH. ing in booklets or to spend ourtoeooffing -- AALE 1 1IC
--0-- in booklets er otherwise, until

"The Board of Trade is potential we have something to advertise.

because of its capacity and effectiveness i


tractions in advertising: its authority the city as and an its agent at- FIORENTINI FOR A MURDER HELD IN IN ILLINOIS LONDON #:::;;;; :: HARLEMDAVlDSoN- A,- 1

for the upbuilding of trade and establishment %;

of homes. It is valuableas London.-Henry Fiorentini
was arrested -
an asset because it belongs\ to the today at Avonmouth when he \ \

city and stands for her growth and reached that port on board the steamer 1 .
_
improvement. Hydaspes which sailed from New J

--0-- Orleans April 1. He was brought to
"Because the secret of successs in London, arraigned in the Bow Street

the growth of a city is wide adver- extradition court on the charge of

tisement of its present and prospec- having committed a murder in Illinois -

tive advantages. A Board of Trade and remanded.

composed of active broadminded

studious and up to date businessmen GREECE TO BORROW $7,000,000 IN

can land most any benefit for UNITED STATES l'

the city from a good citizen to great London.-The Exchange Telegraph

public company's Athens correspondent says

buildings"o- the newspapers in that city state that 1915 Barley-Davidson Side Car Service.

"Because the Orlando Board of the Greek government has negotiatedwith

Trade is composed of citizens who American capitalists for a loan '

realize that there is strength in or- of $7,000,000. 'X7. TTsT. EIo-E3T., A .gen

ganization and unity, and that "every-
body's business is nobody's,". They Daily reading of Sentinel ads is "
sure profit. Don't pass that part of PHONE 444 "GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.
have neither time
spared nor means the paper by.


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speed afield and on the bases. But SAYS PLANETS: AFFLICT ROOSEVELT

,. 1 what'does profit a team if it hasa THIS \ EARN.

I man who can run 100 yards in 10 ,
( Y. World
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seconds if he never gets a chance to
Because the "evil and sorrowful
,' do any running? Collins is a whirl- i
planet Saturn" is just now afflictingthe
wind the bases, but he hasn't beenon
on !
Moon, while "the evil and fiery

; the bases often enough to date to planet Mars" is in "square or evil aspect I
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:. exercise his pedals. to the planet Uranus," Prof. I
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1 -f : xas: '< The White Sox fans hoped
pennant Gustav Meyer, an astrologer of IIo- I
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,. 1
tri. .. ', hopes this spring. About )) per cent boken, yesterday predicted these I
Q. ,,;.:; r :,!: .. ..... .. .. based Collins
of those were on
.... .. hopes things for Col. Roosevelt:
i' 1'4' ... : "JF.I .r -
.
; ;', """'i &>'1.1 !"" !} ; i'f.+ :S'If!" rs wFi: RL-.3 ...;:: about .333 aUear.. f.
.. hitting 'em for "The year 1915 will prove evil or
..
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.e ; __ ,, .. .. ,.. Since Collins hasn't been doing any unfortunate for Theodore Roosevelt,
_
; ": ;" ; 1: .1: F. : : the bat, the
.'_- demond stunts at hopesare j and he will experience keen disap- II IIj
e. >
""0.' I ... not so high as they were. But pointment and have unexpected financial -
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aI I the White Sox folks neendn't despair. I losses. His life will be in jeop
-- -- everywhere. 1]f and circulation. He knows that a I I at second, but Connie got Larry Unless there is something radically I ardy. II I
Partin, one of the oldest minute can not be lost. Lajoie, who is lamming the ball well
I with Collins he ought to do I
I wrong a "It is safe to predict he will lose inI
/ in this part of the state, a over the .300 mark and who is field- back"-and He's nat-
"come soon. a I the Barnes-Roosevelt affair. But this
Pratt respected and loved by ing wiht all of his old time brilliance.
ed i PROF. PATTEN GIVES ASTOUNDING ural hitter and an occasional slumpis will greatly enhance his prestige and
and friends, passed away He doesn't cover quite as much groundas
the FIGURES OF WAR'S a natural happening. I make him more popular and better
and was buried Thursday Collins did, but he covers a very
: I COST liked than ever before. I look for his
Howell cemetery. large portion of that infield. 1
INTERLACIIEN GRAVEL PROVING nomination in 1916
by the Republican
to M. Sheldon, of Boston, I And as to Collins POPULAR "
President Blackman the first Philadelphia, May Speaking on Well, Edward Trowbridge isn't doing II party.
of J"The Menace to America of European -
He student under this
was a any scintillating stunts
|' War Expenditures," Prof. Simon Interlachen gravel has been put DR. BLACKMAN BELONGS TO
I Blackman in Yale College. spring. He seems to be in a slump. i down from Milwaukee northseventyfive
contest for of j N. Patten, of the University of PennSylvania the he has bene I avenue I LAKE
voting "Queen j Up to present hitting
j feet on Grace street by
-j f j told the members of the II
::/ exercises on Rollins College i. them "where they are, while in the 'the enterprising owners of the adjoining -
ter. under the auspices of the American Academy of Political andj days of old he clubbed 'em to those I HainerI i Dr. and Mrs. Blackman, of Winter

Osceola"r A. and Y. W. C. A., consid- j' Social Science here today he esti- portions of the lot "where they ain't." ] propertIessrs.for this and Park, were callers on Saturday en
Bros.
i are agents gravel
and was aroused, but mated that the first year of war would Collins, briefly, hasn't struck his bat- I route to Umatilla to see Col. C. G.
several loads
past ,j I, vote resulted in the selec- j j I I reduce the world's capital by sixty' ting stride, and those who expectedhim (I expect complete to Grace order street from car end of to Megargee on business. Dr. Blackman

I Bellows, as queen, with ,billions of dollars. to jump right into his White Sox : the Milwaukee recently resigned the presidency of
ville, second, and Miss Thoren a .| "The cost of war for one year is uniform and knock all the boards off {' pavement avenue'to Rollins College, and purchased 4,000
Irving street.11' F. D. Gore11'
man I( third. The exercises will i about $15,000,000,000, he said. "If the fence have been disappointed. 'I acres of the Astor Grant just over
I A. \
S. V. Bunting, Miss :1.1.Mietzi: ,
I
the campus from 3 to 6 < we take into consideration the lossesof Collins is fielding in well, but his i iI Messrs. lIainer Bros.11'. C. A. Boone the Lake county line, in Volusia county -
.
Mrs. private property in Belgium, Po- fielding to date hasn't been any more where he will operate a cattle
I and Mrs. J. II. Davis in-
: are directly
land and other I
.. Ohio; places actually within startling than Lajoie's. Perhaps "Co- terested. When completed Grace ranch on a big scale. The Doctor also
I the war area, together with the disturbance I has fine Altoona, this
I PASS EXAMINATION lumbia Eddie" is a bit off color just I street will have brick from Lake Lucerne a grove near
in ; ': of industry other regions: now and will round into old time county, where he once resided for
I ; and Mietzi ,
'a like to Bunting corner
destruction of
Nicoll ( $15,000,000,000has shape in a few weeks. But the Windy I years, and where one of his parents is
I Interlachen gravel to Irvine street,
Maine occurred. Thus we have an actual fans won't their buried.-Eustis Lake Region.
I City forget disap-
making a most lovely street. Mr.
destruction of
her the
Scouts of troop 4 assem- property to of the
pointment present.
Mrs. i home of their scoutmas- amount of $30,000,000,000, and if the Bunting has completed a handsomeI
I Collins would have won the White I sidewalk Before you start North, come In
block about
I foot cement
I Jos. E. Woodnick, last night loss in value is double the loss of
Sox fans' favor for all time had he and let us send you the SentineL The
his Grace street. Our
their second class examina- product, we can assume that at the I property on
treated himself contains all the
to fine
a getawayafield Weekly county news
councilman
II. Clark Robertson
,
worthy -
end of the
who I year the value of the and at bat, even had he slipped is sidewalkin that can be crammed into it. It is the
leans, who were successful were 'world's capital has been reduced by now completing tiling
back a little later. The first impres- I front of his beautiful home. Dr. best once a wek visitor you can have,
I Johnnie Quina, Da $60,000,000,000. sions usually are the lasting ones- and it cost little.
C. A. Boone and11' C. A. Boone
Piano I I Howard Boyce, and Clif- "As the total wealth of the even with baseball fans. As it is, expect .
I to have sidewalks laid on frontof
tries involved
a Mr. G foots up to coun-I
Collins do
must some amazing stunts round ads.
their AH getters-want
adjoining property soon. money
'I
ably a second class Scout the 'I like $300,000,000,000, the loss later on to remove the poor impres-

4 Mr. know the following: He per cent. if the distribution of these sion gained from his poor start. I ---- -- -- --- --
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boat atl east one month in the I losses were equal. 'I Connie may regret Collins departure I
north degree first "If the war continues more than a I
I ; elementary some day, but right now he does low
don't call and let our
The I I I I Why you us quote you
: ing; elemntary signal- year, these losses will be enormously I not. lie has in Lajoie a man who is
ly I : one-half a mile in 25 min- increased and the difficulties of read- hitting far above Collins' mark. He

and i t i a mile in 12 minutes at I justment correspondingly great. I do has a man who is fielding as well as Summer Rates at the
an about fifty steps walk not, however, from this infer that the Collins, and more important than any-

running, alternately; use I total value of the world's wealth will thing else, he has that $25,000 or

town and knife; prove abil- I be permanently decreased. No mat- $50,000 in real, regular cash that was Empire Sotel::

fire ino pen, using not ter how destructive the war is, none paid to him for his one time second
Mr. two matches; cook a quar of the permanent resources of the sacker.
has pound of meat and two pota world will be disturbed." Collins normally is at least 33 percent The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,

Betts using ordinary kitchen I I more valuable to a ball club makes it the cheapest nicest place in the city to live.
"The ; earn and deposit at least one I Don't overlook the want ads. than is Lajoie because of his greater

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Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic-

:." Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year.
ally. Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches. Price 200000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt.


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

Alleys. Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property also Ticket Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00.10 rt gage

THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS, ADMIRATION $7,000.00Iake 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

c rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00.Iortgage $11,500.00.Vant good

property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We .
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: a tone of distinction have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort
'- to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle Orlando, and Apopka. -

the occupants. Ask us for what ;you want; we can supply your needs.



We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago .

Income Property.WARING.

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.1 REALTY COMPANYR.

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


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

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

Or PINE CASTLE REALTY COMPANYPine


FLORIDA REMINGTON MOTOR CO.R. Castle, Fla.



r D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish wecanlmatch what you have



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LOCAL AND I
PERSONAL ...;
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Miss Margery Cadman and Miss
.. Diebner, of Narcoossee, were the at- SOLID ; :' T ?T f 0-\ :

; tractive guests of Miss Jean Person .,\,. ....-.. '.1 .; .--5-,,. :< ;,
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yesterday. : I
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Mr.agent D. E.for Freeman the Atlantic, of Tampa Coast, general Line- "=- -.."..",'....- -"'"- ...... .-,, --. ":......., ',t'" ..,.,..::, ; ._:".-.., i

in that city, spent yesterday in Or- t:! .. -. 1.tj. I
lando on business. W {\, __ :,v I,
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\ REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF :\I&". and Mrs.V.. E. Scoggins and : :&.::- '.- 1. \_: ;:.if. <" ::J .ilb

two children arrived yesterday after- .}7 .\ I
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The State Bank of Orlando noon to visit Mrs. M. J. Young, 317 \ ; --: >\ "
North Main :
street.
ORLANDO FLORIDA ,.'/h, / .., "
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leutsch have :- -<.
At the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 -" --
gone to Brunswick, Ga., where Mr. : -;

s RESOURCESLoans Le'atsch has accepted a position in :: = ,L:
the Brunswick steam laundry.Mr. -" ',\: ;
and Discounts ____________________518044.76 .: "'.. \ .
Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 and Mrs. P. D. Bullard, of Roch- ,;;j:; s' -. "\\"\" ';", !
Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 ester, N. Y., arrived in Orlando 1:.:,;". '' ... '-"'-
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 terday afternoon to spend a week yes-or .........f. '-, -=- -:: '
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Real Estate ___________ 9,547.32 more looking around this vicinity. ... .-,... -
Cash on hand and due from Banks ------___ 366,466.18 :-.... ., : -..= .
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Mrs George Mooney arrived in Or- .... : --.. -
1095178.62 ... -= -
lando yesterday afternoon over the -"- '-.
LIABILITIES Atlantic Coast Line on a visit to Mrs. Z __:.

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 M. J. Young at 307 North Main street.
EVERY NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE
Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22
Bills Payable ___________________________ None Mrs. F. R. Williams left last nighton "FEDERAL RESERVE" ISYSTEM WHICH I 115 THEI:BEST

Rediscounts ____________________________ None the 12:30 train for her summer BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
home in Pennsylvania after spendingthe THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION
Deposits 1,001,705.40 winter
at her residence
pretty on DOLLARS OF GOLD INTO THIS SYSTEM AND UPONTHIS
West street.
GOLD IS ISSUED CURRENCY.
$1,095,178.62 .
The season of the year is at hand NATIONAL BANK IS UNDER THE (STRICT SUPER-

when the matter of Thursday after- VISION OF THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WHICH .

noon half holiday is being discussed.So IS A GUARANTEE OF CONSERVATIVE AND PROPER'.BANK-
far as we have been able to learn, ING.
no petition has been circulated.


Mrs. J. M. Prince, who has spent The Peoples National Bank
the season in Orlando, as has been
her custom for several winters, left I
"IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for Randolph, N. Y.,where

___ t__ __ _______, she will spend the summer.

Miss Mildred Gibbs and Miss Mil-

dred Smith, after a pleasant winter
spent in Orlando, were among those ,
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the East. They will spend the sum-
mer in Lakewood, N. Y.
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SEVEN PASSENGER

ORLANDO SOCIETY


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happy birthdays. Those present were
Misses: Mamie Novinger, Adna Vieh-
man, Kathrina Jacobson, and Eliza-
beth Herndon; Masters Paul Branson,
1"White Electric and Starter excellent
condition
Lights
Christian Jacobson, Lee Jordan, Harold ,
Brokaw, Donald Branson, and
John Grier. throughout. Won't stay on the

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The subscription dance held' at the floor long at only

Country Club Friday evening was
highly successful. About twenty-five
couples attended, all voting the dancean

d enjoyable affair. Ice cream, cake $475
and punch were served. The house
committee wishes to announce that
dances will be held at the club every

Thursday night for five consecutive

AAwNw Ie...Beauty"-....,_.yi1,. -=mar_ Thursdays. Those comprising the .
house committee are Mrs. Seth Woodruff
Mr. DeWitt Miller and :Mr. Wil San Juan Garage "
Hoosier Kitchen CabinetSaves liam Beardall. --0-- | Company


The Nullos Club were the guests o:f
miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash, Mrs. C. B. Robinson, at the Country

$1.00 week. Club, Friday afternoon. Miss Margaret -
Hart won the club prize, a deck o f Miiiill'' 11111111111"I"'II"ln..el" " . IIII..I. ..

Hoosier White Beauty is now on Display. Let us cards, and the guest prize was won b;Y
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show you the special features for Florida. Mrs. Kearns, also a deck of cards
Mrs. Robinson was assisted by her l'
mother, Mrs. Graham, in serving Scream
OSCAR HAND & SONSole course, with punch and bon-
bons. The club will meet next Friday

with Mrs. F. D. Carr. I ?dr' ;
Agents for Orange County -0- 1 I .
The Civic League has a full week I
ahead of it and much good will result !

from the clean-up campaign. The I I LESSONS OF CHILDHOOD .'; "
movement is one that is purely voluntary I- J

...1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 i C on the part of the public, not When early taught, children generally continue /
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I compulsory. The Civic League is not = ..
forcing any one to assist who is not to be thrifty and provident through r : ;

GIFTS FOR GRADUATES : willing to do so. However, it is e xYouth, Maturity and Old Age.
.. pected that every civic loving man,
woman and child will gladly
co-o p-
erate. This institution recommends the Savings fri4

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Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin --0- Account as the easiest means of teaching Y"" 4 "" .
Mrs. J. B. Lawton underwent a second
operation at the McEwan hospital ; I i children to save. ChUdren quickly take k ;,

Pendant. well.yesterday morning and is doing I i f\ pride in their own personal accounts and f t a 111

-- easily develop the ability to regularly add
or other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best _
Mrs. Jos. Bumby, Jr., will
give an '
value for ;}your money by coming to us. to them. ;
afternoon party Tuesday at 3:30 in II
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine< honor of Miss Antoinette Slemons. I I
4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. ,
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof --0- R
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merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly MRS. BRADSHAWS I 1
low. We also offer you choice selections and PRETTY PARTY. J
the best service. : Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw yesterday afternoon

We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it : most charmingly entertainedat I
a Japanese card and
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tea party, '
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the :
thirty-five ladies
being present. There
wearer.L .
were five tables of players, several ofThe I


L :. Japanese the guests pleasing and effect not favors manner was participating.carried were, the prizes all out Japan,inmost decorations a I II Orl n Bank & Trust t Cmny C


T.H.EVANS j ese.Irs.. Lege won first prize, a I
pretty Japanese sofa cover, and other
prizes were won by Miss Hart and ORLANDO, FLORIDAr i i'f
Mrs. Beckwith. Delicious refresments .
JEWELER were served, Mrs. Duckworth,
': j Mrs. Evans, Miss Jean Person fend 1 1I

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