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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 7, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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!r! CHINA DRAGON GIVEN UNTIL SUNDAY TO







,;r-ANSWER JAPAN'S. DRASTIC ULTIMATUM

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t: JAPS SEND ULTIMATUM TO Brief Bulletins FEROCIOUS FIGHTING DAY

;t CHINA EXTENDED AND TLME IS Ticked Off Wire AND NIGHT GALICIA IN WESTERN THREE MEASURES BARNfS' OWN NEWSPAPER




!: lPAN DEMANDS-BOW BY TOKIO SHARE At Late IN $16,000,000 HourTO ESTATESt. CRISIS IS NOT]REACHED IN ITALY IN SENATE QIVALUE TO T. R.'S lAWYfRSf \



,._ China Is in a Turmoil-Other Louis, Mo, May 6.-The jury in Fighting in Dardanelles Has PASSED
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the Campbell will case, after being .
c. News From the Orient- Slowed UpContradictoryReports
less than two hours, late today
out RECORD FROM BARNES'
War Is FullyExpected found Mrs. Jos. Campbell Burkhamthe of Fightingin $$1 ,800 FIRE E YESTERDAYBlaze Y OFFICE SHOWS "LYON"SALARY
of the late
legitimate daughter France VETERINARIES MUST GET
James Campbell and entitled to her

R London, May-6.-Japan has sent an share in his fortune of sixteen million London, May 6.-Furious fightingin LICENSE ARCHITECTS Destroys House and Wood

ultimatum to China and by Sunday dollars. The estate goes to Camp- which both sides claim gains is REGISTER CITIES Mill Belonging to Thomas LYON OPERATED AS STATE PRINTER

t Pekin most say whether the Land bell's widow and Mrs. Burkham, and proceeding in the region of Ypres. a Negro, on Robinson I
is in !eventually St. Louis University for Berlin official reports claim the cap- AvenueFire
Dragon to fight a losing fight i RECORD OF VITAL STATISTICSTo '
against an immeasurably better pre- the establishment of a richly endowed ture of Van Holpe. And Drew Salary of $10,000

pared foe or to become a vassal na medical school.MISSISSIPPI The official report from the Frenchwar originating from an unknown From 1899 to 1901-Big-
tion. office states the British have recaptured Abandon Kissimmee Road to source yesterday afternoon destroyeda

Japan in her ultimatum demands STORM LOSS CAUSES BIG some of their lost trenches St. Cloud and Build to the house and wood mill belonging to I gest Bomb Yet

that China must bow to every pro- !at Hill No. 60. Guy Thomas, a negro, on West Rob- Lighted
posal made by Tokio to her in the recent Clarksdale, Miss., May 6.-A storm The fighting on both sides is proceeding Orange and Polk inson avenue, causing a damage of I

"negotiations." near here today caused probably a steadily by land and sea. County Lines $1,800. The fire imperiled the Stand-I Syracuse, May .-Taking their am-
loss of half a dozen lives and property allied forces to have
The
appear ard Oil tanks 140 feet east munition out of Barnes' own newspa-
Japanese Flee From Mukden; Chinese damage of thousands of dollars. been brought to a halt in the Darda- By C. F. Johnson blaze. Had these become ignited a ''I per office the _Roosevelt lawyers today

Are Stolid Several negroes wer ereported killedon nelles operations and Constantinople Tallahassee, Fla., :May 6.Specialto ( dangerous fire might have started. fired the biggest calibre shot they

Mukden.-Japanese consular orders different plantations. At Coahoma reports the entire Gallipoli' peninsulais the Sentinel.)-All persons practicing I I have landed since the beginning of

have resulted in a general flight of fifteen white people were reported in- still in military control, the Turk- veterinary surgery in! the state SAW SERVICE UNDER GENERAL the Barnes-Roosevelt libel action.

Japanese from Mukden. The valueof jured. The greatest damage was doneto ish and Franco-British forces being of Florida must secure a license and IIARNEY They dug from the battered minute

a gold yen has increased thirty silver plantations, houses being destroyed cooped up and unable to move their register with a state board; all architects :Mr.: Samuel Tatlow, of Bay Ridge book of the Albany Evening Journal a
f cents and a rich harvest was i land fields of growing crops swept landing places. Their warships, the must register and work understate who is spending several days in Orlando I complete record which shows that

reaped by exchange brokers. All Jap- I bare. Ottomans claim, are unable to silence regulation; and all cities and the guest of his friend, Mr. C. from October, 1899, to September, A

anese civilians except a few bankers the terrific return fire of the defending towns must keep accurate records ofI I W. Rose, at 308 North Main street, 1901, the Albany editor was in receiptof
and railway officials now have left. I Big Storm in Louisiana fortress. vital statistics. paid the Sentinel an appreciated visit a $10,000 salary from J. B. Lypn.*

All classes of Chinese view the exodus Mermentau, La., May 6.-A storm Premier Asquith, while expressing Then Senate Adjourns yesterday afternoon. Mr. Tatlow is a Lyonho operated as Lyon, did much

with stolid indifference, not insulting +here this afternoon caused the death confidence, admitted in the house of These three measures constituted most interesting gentleman of the old state printing at that time. It was

or molesting in any way the of one white person and five negroes, commons yesterday that the allied practically all the work of the senate school. He has traveled extensively in December, 1899, that Barnes wrote

persons leaving the city. Althoughthe "and about twenty-five others were in- losses in the Dardanelles had been today, after the passage of which and seen much of the ups and downs |I I Roosevelt, then governor-elect, urging -

natives are deeply perturbed, the jured. The wind destroyed several huge and reported no noteworthy bills an adjournment was taken until of life; was in the United States army him not to advocate a state printing -

city remains quiet. mildings.YESTERDAY'S. gains. tomorrow in order to give the com- for a number of years, and saw actual bouse because it might destroy

Japanese troops occupy startegic The dispatches from Rome indicatea mittees time to work. service under General Harney, who Barnes financially.

positions in Mukden, while Chinese RESULTS crisis is not yet at hand in the Another New County was well known in this city by many Evidence was introduced today of a

soldiers are reported to be moving Austro-Italian negotiations and it is The house consumed most of two of the old timers. In order to keepup former resolution passed by the Jour-

into positions south of the city. Many Southern League still hoped that Italy will conclude sessions considering the Bloxham with the happenings in Orange nal company, in which Barnes was the

,.t of the residents in that district are Birmingham 10, Atlanta 5. neutrality. county bill dividing Marion and Levy county he enrolled his name as a sub- predominant stockholder, that such

coming north. Mobile 12, New Orleans 9. Important communications from I counties, passing it at 4:30 by a vote scriber to the old reliable South Flor- action was taken, and was admitted
I
Chattanooga 4, Nashville 0. Vienna are on the way to Rome and it of 45 to 22. It is the second new, ida Sentinel.M. ,by the plaintiff's lawyers. Evidenceof

Prepare for a Siege Memphis-Little Rock, rain. is rumored that Austria may make ,county created at this session- of- the the resolution, which was read in

Hankow.-The Japanese barracks South Atlantic League sufficient concession to appease the 'legislature. E. CHURCH CONFERENCE court, taken in connection with

here have been prepared for asiege. Savannah 4, Columbus 3. demands of Italy. A Change in Paving CLOSES TODAY Barnes' letter to Roosevelt, becomesthe

Following the consul's advice: many Columbia 4, Albany 1. Fighting unequalled in ?sustained Senator Donegan today introduceda The three days session of the Or- most important defense thus far

Japanese have left the city, althoughthe Macon 15, Charleston 4. ferocity is going on night and day on bill granting the right to Osceola lando district conference of the Methodist produced.It .

Chinese appear wholly indifferent. Augusta National 4, Jacksonville 2. the front in western Galicia. county commissioners to assess four church will come to a close today followed the last day of a vain

Several prominent native resi- League The Austro-German offensive con- additional mills on the road tax for after a highly successful conven effort to bring any direct proof that
dents were ntertained at dinner last Brooklyn 1, Philadelphia 3- tinues but the Russians generally are
t brick roads. The plan is to build a tion. The program has been interest- Barnes had figured in dealings with ;
night by some of the-leading Japanese Boston 1, New York 3. battling to retain a hold on the Car-
brick road from the Orange county to ing, instructive and beneficial. Many the printing ring.
Pittsburgh 9, St. Louis 3.
citizens. pathians for which they paid so greata
the Polk county line instead of the splendid addresses have been deliv- f
.A Chicago-Cincinnati American League, wet grounds. price in attempting to rally on their Kissimmee road to St. Cloud, and not ered. Delegates elected yesterday to CITY DRUG STORE WILL BE
Chinese Students Appeal second line of defense. <
.New York 4, Boston 3. to issue bonds. the annual conference were as follows MOVED TO NEW QUARTERS ;
Washington, D. C.-An appeal by
The total road tax will be ten mills,
f Christian 'Chinese students and busi- St. Louis-Detroit, wet grounds. Another Trawler: and a Schooner Sunk! I : Dr. J. L. Dean, proprietor of the ,
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to brick roads
to
seven go building Delegates-J. M. Lee, Kissimmee
in Philadelphia 2, Washington 11. ; I City Drug Store, announced yester-
ness men the United States for by German Submarines i
and three maintenance of
to go to the W. E. Martin, Orlando J. J. Anderson -
moral support for China in the Cleveland 4, Chicago 10. London.-The trawler Stratton, of ; day that he would remove his drugstore
pres- the roads. This being local bill it '
a Apopka T. K. Hall.
ent crisis was received today at the Federal League Grimsby, was sunk in the North sea will The ; from its present location to 9 i
White House and was transmitted to I Buffafflo 2-4, Kansas City 41. yesterday by the gun fire of a Ger- go through rapidly. com- Alternates-C. E. Gutteridge, Ovie- West Church street, to the room for-
missioners have the
plans to get contractors do Ed. M. Earnest, Palatka T. J.
the state department. Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 2. man submarine. The crew was takenon ; ; merly occupied by the Pierce Electric
Newark 3, Pittsburgh 5. board the submarine. now building the Orange Watkins, Orlando; J. M. Lord. company. The date announced for
road continue the work
county to to
Japan's Demands Upon China Con- Baltimore 9, Chicago 8. The schooner Earl of Latham has Kissimmee and the Polk county line.on "JAX-IIUFP-rfEP" IN ORLANDO the removal is June 1. He will fit up !
demned by English Newspaper been sunk by a German submarine off the new room with new fixtures and
E. B. Sinkler, of the SinklerPriceAuto
London.-The Daily News today GUESTS OF CASHIER NOLAN Kinsale, Ireland. The crew, permitted TO PROHIBIT TIPPING furnishings. The room offers an opportunity -
company, Jacksonville, distributors -
says editorially: A. P. Anthony, of Jacksonville, to take to small boats, was rescued Tallahassee, Fla.-Within the next for more light and better
for the Hupmobile, is in Orlando
"It would not be easy to parallel president of the Peoples Bank, and by a trawler. few days it is expected that Repre- display possibilities, all of which will
this week arrived
having
yesterday
be utilized
such demands from one power to an- Dr. A. B. Roberts, also of Jacksonville The submarine fired nine shells at sentative Robert Anderson, of Escam- to the fullest extent by Dr.
He drove to Orlando in a new Hupp.
t other as Japan has made on China.In who are_ touring the state by the schooner before she sank. bia, will introduce in the house a Dean. New equipment will be added
He reports business to be consistentand and when he is through with the
many auto, were the guests of measuse directed the room
respects they are more stringent yesterday against practiceof
that Jacksonville is in
a highly he will have
than the Austrian demands on Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the Orlando Danish Steamer Sunk tipping in the state of Florida. one of the most up to
Serbia, which led to the Europeanwar. Bank and Trust company. I London, May 6.The steamer Cath- Representative Anderson is being healthy condition despite the little date and modern drug stores in this
"irritation" in
any, from Copenhagen, for Chinese urged by many to father such a bill, Europe. section. Dr. Dean reports business as

"China has done nothing to incur ports, was sunk either by a mine or and he is seriously considering introducing excellent, all of which demands larger

such a penalty. She offered no men- "FABRICAW'TEDDYR.Colonel R. torpedo late last night in the North I one within the next week. PLANS BIG SUFF FIGHT G H T I quarters and additional facilities to
\ meet the needs of his
ace to Japan, and she wanted only to sea. She went down in twenty min- :Mr.: Anderson thinks that Florida patrons. He is
enjoy her own liberties in her own utes. Her passengers and the mem- should adopt the policy Mississippi a graduate of the New York College .-

way. Roosevelt Says Interview bers of her crew, totalling forty-three and other states in this connection.He Suffrage Leaders to Assemble in I of Pharmacy.W. .

"If China was a military nation she in Paris Temps Was persons, took to the small boats, and thinks the tipping system a nui-
never would have been thus chal- Noting but a Base all were landed safely at Ramsgate sance <(
.lenged. She had neither, the will norWhe FabricationSyracuse today. public), and if he introduces the bill Fight in Sixty-fourth LEAVE ORLANDO

power to take an unfriendly and The Cathania was a Danish steamer he will fight hard for its passage. CongressNew The following item from the Re-

4irreconcilable course toward her pow- N. Y., May Roosevelt of 2,596 tons, 296 feet long. porter-Star is reprinted with regret.
erful neighbor, and it is grotesque to tonight followed the example of Wil- MASTER PLUMBERS TO MEET IN York, May 6.-The National However, the Sentinel expresses the

suggest that she is responsible for son by repudiating the alleged interview BIGAMIST GETS THREE YEARSON ORLANDO MONDAYThe Woman's Suffrage Association and wish that :Mr. Nuckols and family will
the crisis. j attributed to him by Gabriel AI- ROAD annual convention of the- Master the national board today issued a call prosper in their new home. Best
"It will be the last and the most Plumbers of Florida will be held for a conference of suffrage leadersto wishes with them.
G. W' go
phaudin, of the Paris Temps, in which Kennedy, arrested at Hob-
bitter tragedy of this war if one of the Colonel is represented as saying good, N. C, charged with bigamy, to in Orlando Monday. Nearly one hun- be held at Chicago June 6 to 9. "Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nuckols will
its consequences be that art unoffending which he dred delegates are expected to attend. The object of the codference is to discuss leave Saturday for their former homein
that had he been president of the pleaded guilty, was yester-
nation loses its independence and United States at the beginning of the day sentenced to three years in the The local committee in charge of the plans for a suffrage fight before Bristol, Va. Mr. Nuckols has been .
integrity through the AngloJapanesealliance. program consists of :Messrs.: W. S. the sixty-fourth congress. connected with the
European war he would have protested state convict camp by Judge T. Picton Reporter-Star for
." Fergus, M. P. Irvine, A. J. Wall, Jo-
against the German violation of Warlow. In May, 1914, he married at several years, and he numbers his
seph Raehn, and H. Otis Ro ers. After DEATH OF PRESIDENT:: BOARDOF friends by his
Belgium's neutrality any would have Hobgood, N. C., and in February, acquaintances. lie goes
LOOKING FOR LOCATION FOR asked the United States to take its 1915, married an Orlando girL The the day's business has been com- CONTROL OF K. I>>. I to the mountains to recuperate his

a. EXPRESS COMPANYMr. place with the allies. "The whole interview first wife has a baby five weeks old. pleted the visitors will be banquetedat W. R. O'Neal is expected to return health, and he will carry with him the

C. C. Wolfe, superintendent of is a fabrication," Rooseveltsaid. Kennedy is 25 years old. the San Juan.VICEPRESIDENT. from Indianapolis the first of next earnest wishes of all for his speedy }

1p the Southern Express company, with MARSHALL AT week. He was called there because of recovery. He and his charming family f

headquarters in Savannah, Ga., was AT THE ROOF GARDEN TONIGHT NEW" ORLEANS the death of Union B. Hunt, presidentof will be missed from Orlando's I

among the visitors to Orlando yes- FRITZ HAUER'S LAST APEAR- Features at the Roof Garden to- New Orleans.-Vice-President Thos. the board of control of the Knightsof church and social circles."

terday. He spent the day trying to ANCE AT GRAND night will be "A Wild Irish Rose," R. :Marshall entertained here today Pythias. Mr. O'Neal is a member I!
decide was of the board of control and is frequently WOMAN'S:: EXCHANGE CHANGES
a suitable -
upon location which "
"When the
Spider Tore Loose, and
by civic bodies and expected to
would be convenient to the general Fritz Hauer, the well known violinist "Skipper Simpson's Daughter." Oneis dedicate the New Orleans Press Club'snew called to Indianapolis. HANDS j

public, .in which to move to, as they who has delighted' hundreds at a romance, another is a drama, and quarters tonight. :Miss: F. S. Borland, of Chautauqua, {
will soon have to vacate the quarters the Grand theatre the past six months, the.last one a comedy. I SHOWERS FRIDAY-HOORAY! N. Y., has purchased the Woman's

I in the north end of the Atlantic Coast will make his last appearance tonightat ROSE SELLS THREE MORE LOTS I I'I. Florida: Showers Friday, except Exchange, which has been so success-

Line passenger depot, which they the Grand and will play one of Tipperary beat by Betty's Basting .' W. W. Rose has sold three buildinglots I fair in south portion. Saturday showers fully conducted by Mrs. W. C. Mc i 1

have occupied since the erection of: Fritz Kriesler's foremost compositions Bellybands for Belgians; 15c. Curtis 'I. in Orange Park to J. G. Martin, except fair tnd cooler in northwest Lean, and took charge on the first of

that building. ; "Sirilenne. & O'Neal, book and music store. of Lake Mary, Fla. portion. May. A

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MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIMIMMMMMtlMM BE TO ENF tCE THE II
i By B. W. ire BIRD LAWS.At .
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
a recent meeting of the executive -
I Orlando is the town committee of the Florida Audubon I

jj Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service ; All Autos the year whizz around, a Society more active plans interest were formulatedfor in the Hoosier I II

And lots of biz, forcement of the bird laws en-I ,
: Harley-Davidson TruckFOR Three banks of mon out the state. To this end special I
To make things run- forts will be made by the society to I
QUICK SERVICE Just come and see aid the state and county wardens in .
J And you will be bringing violators of the bird laws to :
Ii, A Booster. f justice. A summary of the state and I Spring Water
PHONE 444 federal laws relating to the wild I
Orlando is the town birds, including game birds, is being I
Without a frown; prepared and will be printed on large
t i Jolly folks, cards for posting in public places.
Good and Bad Stores
Cigar \ [ Plenty of jokes, With these before them in railroad

The air is fine stations, postoffices and in the shop WE have just received a large
.IMIIIIIMMMIMItMilMHIilMtllliiiiillMMIIMlOUR All the time- where they buy their ammunition
Just come and see those who shoot can no longer claim supply of this nice water. Ring

And you will be ignorance of the laws, and if caughtin us up and order a 5 gallon demi
MOTTO : A Booster. the act of illegal shooting they will
have to take their medicine. The so- john.IT'S .
Small Profits and Quick Returns." Orlando is the town ciety will also probably offer a reward -
Streets and down .
up for information that will ena-
Call us on phone at any time for prices on Feeds. Paved with brick, ble it to follow up and convict viola-
Nice and slick, tors. There is, to be,
or
seems a
con-
A FINE TABLE WATER
Our prices are the same to one and all and you will NOT Shady, too, siderable lack of public information

be met with that impertinent question, "Who is this?" When the sky is blue- regarding the bird laws in Florida. ..41
Just come and see For example, some persons think they
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. And you will be can legally shoot meadowlarks be-
A Booster. cause the state has not yet given City Drug Store
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 them protection. But the federal law

Orlando has the stores classes the meadow lark as a migra-
On the ground floors; tory bird and with the robin and other --.- J. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy
Nice goods, beneficial species, gives it protectionat
k WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES Clean foods, all times. The same applies to the i I
I Prices right, woodpeckers, the flickers or } 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA .
r "The Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The Clerks polite- hammers, the nighthawks .ellow-//
L House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began." Just come and see dees. And what is important
more to
"Men Around the Kaiser" "What Will In i
are asking People Say. Paris And I
will be
f
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner you the hunter the minimum fine underI
and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy. A Booster. the federal law is $100, and a prison
All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eter- sentence, the federal penitentiaryat
nal City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To Orlando is the town, Atlanta
Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." may be imposed in addition '
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has If your judgment is sound; ; to the fine. The federal inspector -' The 14aet
4 ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and Nice hotels, in Florida is especially active in
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword OfYouth" Plenty.of church bells the enforcement of the bird laws and OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of And
saloons
no ,
Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are We the Audubon Society intends to keepin OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that Nor drunken swoons- active. touch with him regarding FRESH AND SALT MEATS
leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The Just come and see violtions reported to its members or
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The Kin does And you will be few Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
not Dishonor.send "forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of A Booster. agents.persons at Only Miami a were days fined ago $100 two I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

each for having heron plumes in their and pore.
\v. S. BRANCH, Orlando is the town, possession. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE Has commission gov't crown; everything in the Meat Line. '
Was the first
among Umbrellas recovered and repaired
To abolish the worst.It "while you wait," at Young's Repair H. M. Self &s Coo
sure is best, Shop. 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
By a very fair test- pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Just come and see
And you will be
A Booster. Dr. S. S. Jones

Three Moderate Orlando is the town CHIROPRACTOR

We do things up brown; graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Electric power 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Priced Cottages At any hour, 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
Brand being restored to health by chiropractic -
new sewer adjustments, the new scienceof .
With sanitation pure- removing the cause of disease. Examination
For Sale or to RentC.A.HOVEY Just come and see free. 12-24-lmo:: SHEET METAL CO.
And you will be .
A Booster.

PHONE 646 Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
Orlando is the town
For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
Where factories abound; and Rubber RoofingsCornices
Oranges packed, -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-

Fertilizer sacked, BARNARD & SON Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings
Mills make good
Things of iron and wood; 17 Hughey Street Orlando,.Fla.
Room for more, 12-10-lm Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

Yes, at least a score-
I II I Just come and see
And you will be Orlando Wood Yard :

A Booster. .
Ir Removed from Pine St. two blocks I

Orlando is the town, north on Railroad, west end Wash-

Ten Nothing miles around small ; ington all times.St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat The Orlando Meat MarketT.

But doctors' calls,
Hammond &GoreFUNERAL For health is good, A.YANCY, Manager
And of course yours would
Just come and see B. W. KINGSLEY I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
I DIRECTORS AND EM B AIMERS. I And you will be
A Booster. PHONE 344 Florida and Western Meats

REAL VALUES LOW PRICES ; I Game Etc.
Orlando is the town, Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,

COMPARE When Sanitariums you are all four run, down; Dr.F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order .

Couldn't ask for more, Business 135 !P. BOX 226
OUR FURNITUREWe
I I No need of pills PHONES |Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
For all those ills- 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
provide the quality of furniture that has long Just come and see O'Neals. .I
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the And you will be
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. A Booster. -- -
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof "
I this business, and that means much to any buyer. Orlando "suits me,
I For many things are free; Pure Ice ream
A smart Board of Trade,

McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, Has a big flower parade
And sells its wares
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla. At sub-tropical fairs-

L J Just come and see. When you want PURE ICE For Party
_. -U And you will be I CREAM call for HA D'S. If
A Booster.
I I you don't believe that we take Club

Orlando has "some" land, II the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from Church Social:

No, its not all sand, facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All "
There's clay and muck, I make it. You will be surprised School Social
CAREY HANDFUNERAL moulds and everythingused
That fine truck,
grows at the care every detail is given.runs
And the seeds you sow I in the manufacture of our Lodge
kind want, time
Are to i Any you any
sure ,
grow Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilized
DIRECTOR And bring a crop you want it. In any quantity Picnic: :

That will make you hop- from a quart up. ,_ .iJ
AND EMBALMERAll Just come and"see "'
You are cordially invited to
And you will be Order Hands Pure
A Booster.Ladies' inspect our factory at anytime
Ice: Cream

calls answered Promptly Dayor misses' and children's shoes,
former price up to $-1,00; your choice
Night. Hand Block. now at $1.00, at Boardman's sale.
Also a lot of men's and women's
shoes, in values up to $6.00, Banis- HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
Orlando Florida. ters, now being sold at $2.00 for your
choice. Don't forget the place,
BOARDMAN'S. o53tDaily
PHONEJ639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457. PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street :.
reading of Sentinel ads isI
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REPORT OF COUNTY AGENT WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN POLAND 4 MtllMMIIMiilllllMllliMMIMMItMMiiilllllillliillliitFOR
Chuluota ItemsChuluota I
BAKER TO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -

Fla., May 5.--We are New York May .-Isabel Strusinka -

having beautiful spring weather now a native of Warsaw who lived in

and we are all so happy over it that Orlando' Fla., :May: 4, 1915. mberg, Galicia until her home was

we are really forgetting to growl over Gentlemen: destroyed and many of her relatives I
its being late. I killed in the recent capture of the
The"pop" of the cow whip is heard I herewith submit to you a reportof
the Russian has
city by army just arrived -
the work accomplished by me inthis
all over the land now. The "knightsof here. She will travel in this
the whip" are gathering and pen- county during the month of April. the work of collecting
in
country, assisting THE BIG STORE
ning their herds. Enlisted as demonstrators, 10, with money for the relief of thoseof
11 demonstrations.
Billie Jacobs and Robert Simmons her countrymen who have lost their
went to Titusville Monday.G. Enlisted as co-operators, 97. all in the war.Madame .

M. Jacobs and N. C. Jacobs wentto Demonstrators. I :: Strusinka is a Pole. The
Visited during the month 33.
Orlando Tuesday on business. Cooperatorsisited during the Polish women she said today have
Ernest Jacobs went to Cocoa Tues-
more real freedom than the women of
day to be treated for rheumatism by month 117.Other Russia. Their opinions are of weightin
farmers visited at their
Dr. Hulett. the affairs of the family, and their
who visited his arms, 13; regular conferences, 90.
Cleveland Jacobs,
i advice is their hus-
always sought by
i Met and conferred with in town andon
parents a few days last week, returned bands, not only in business enter- _
road 60.
the ,
to his place of business Tues- but in
Circulars and bulletins distributed prises, larger patriotic ques- :
day.W. tions as well.Though .
F. Graves spent a few days in 69. the have but restricted :
men a -
Cocoa last week where he went to get Letters written, 23; special mailing
franchise the :
women are seekingthe
, cards, 28.Miles
a horse. traveled rail, team : suffrage for themselves. Both in :
by 178 by
Quite a crowd from here went tot and in SPECIAL FFERINaS
Warsaw there ,
the and auto, 308, by motor boat, 4; visited I Lemberg were :
St. Johns prairie on a camping before the outbreak of the war, large .
and addressed 3 schools, 1 principal -
trip last Friday. The party consisted and active suffrage societies affiliatedwith :
'wf 3 teachers, 66 scholars; wrote
home folks
about of
twenty our notices. the International Suffrage Asso- :
,chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Billie four press ciation. These societies wer organ-
Jacobs and :Mr. and :Mrs. Sol :Mathers, Comment on April ReportAs ized Christobel Pankhurst :
is all the weather by about
recognized by ,
of Gabriella whose the
family joined
; four years ago, and include i in their
conditions the have
crowd. They had plenty of fish and through country membership the best educated and : .
been> very trying, a severe drought
cooked them and cabbage to
swamp most intelligent women of the two :
having prevailed for many weeks. The
their hearts' content. They were a countries. '
happy but tired crowd when they crops that can receive regular cultivation -

reached home Saturday night. are not suffering, but the busi-
ness of growing sweet potato slips, NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn I
Several of our families took their
etc., has been greatly set back. Our Thursday Friday
,
birthday remembrances and gatheredat Court of the County Judge, Orange
the home of Mrs. M. W. Johnson trials of new groves are also disap- County State of Florida-In re Es- '
A number tate of Brewer.To .
pointing. of persons at Eugene ,
Friday night and gave her a surprise .
have taken demonstration all Creditors Legatees, Distribu-
suggestion
my ;
party in honor of her birthday anni- tees and all Persons having Claimsor
versary. The evening was spent in of this kind but hardly any have Demands against said Estate:
music, singing and social chat which started off properly. Everyone wouldbe You, and each of you, are hereby
thankful for abundant rains. notified and required to any
was enjoyed by all. "Aunt Linda," as claims and demands which present you, or and
she is familiarly known, is a great During the midwinter fair, a number either of you, may have against the Saturday
chum to the young people, althoughshe of animals were brought to the estate of Eugene Brewer, deceased
has passed the three score and ten county, some of them having been late of Orange county, Florida, to the
undersigned administrator of said estate -
previously purchased by parties
en-
rftark, and happy evenings they
many within one year from the date
have gaged in the cattle business, and some
spent at her hospitable home. hereof.
They hope to spend many more, and others were sold'during that period.Of Dated March 31, A. D. 1915.
those FRANKLIN E. BREWER,
for
prospective ranging in
.. told their friend so on leaving. Administrator.scale .
4-1-wkly-8t
Miss Bertha Jacobs spent from Fri- I Orange county there were retained

day until Sunday evening visiting E. !the following:
H. Kilbee's family at Geneva. Hereford bulls, 9 ____cost $1,380 by some of our largest orange Last week set a high-water mark of valuesin

Mrs. M. E. Jacobs left last week Shorthorn bulls, 1 ____cost 350 growers. This will shortly begin in

for several weeks visit on the East the Apopka section. Fruit is now the BIG STORE'S Week-end Sale that is

Total _________
Coast. She will visit her brother, A. -------- $1,730 mostly off, and there seems to be the
A. Simmons Eau Gallie One of the Herefords, however, died reasonable promise for the next crop.I .
at and her not to reach. Hundreds of women who
daughters, Mrs. C. F. Raulerson and later. The securing of these animals have lately visited the Hunger- easy

Mrs. F. G. Hill, at Fort Pierce.A. for grading up our native stock, the ford Industrial school at Eatonville.This their
A. Simmons, of Eau Gallie, visited talking up by cattlemen of tick eradication is a colored school of deserving bought are now counting purchases as

his nephew, J. Tilden Jacobs, last and the prospect for increased character. Everything is tried thereto
weeek. production of forage plants, togetherare make itself supporting and they the best Bargains ever bought in this city.

of the greatest interest and have had about the finest growingoats
Mr. and Mrs. C. D and prom-
Brumley J.
Tilden Jacobs spent Thursday in Or- ise. that I have found in the county. But this week's sale will equal last week's in

lando and Pine Castle. Another hopeful fact is the under- Respectfully submitted

,r Mrs. Lizzie Jacobs visited her taking of spraying on an extensive CIIAS. H. BAKER.Service the remarkable values we are giving.

daughter, Mrs. J. C. Partin, at Oviedo,

last Wednesday.Mrs. .
I
W. F. Brannon spent Friday .
with her mother, Mrs. Daniels, at
Geneva.

BLEACHED TABLE MILLINERY SPECIAL CHILDREN'S! SHOES

LINEN. Ladies' Trimmed Hats, sizes 8t2 to 2, regular $2
Personal Items 2 yards wide, beautiful de- values up to $7.50 for and $2.50 quality for

signs, 75c. quality for

From Taft, FlaMr. 49c $3.98CHILDREN'S .39


and Mrs. C. II. Nelson Leland SOX
,
CLOTH
RICE LADIES' PARASOLS Fancy colors, sizes 4 to 7
Nelson, G. H. Brickley, Mrs. :Minnie Plain white, very popular '
white hemstitched and regular 25c. quality for
Riley, and :Mrs. Thomas C. in ,
Avery, J. FOR this season, 25c. quality
j. H. Estes, Rollin Fuller, and J. O for embroidered, slightly 15c
Collins were Taft representatives in soiled, values up to $2.50
Orlando Monday.Rev. 15c for

R. :J. Brewer had some diffi- LADIES' HOSE SUPPOR-

culty in finding the right wife to take RATINE. 98cCHILDREN'S TERS .

home, but finally succeeded in finding Plain and fancy weaves, Silk, all colors, 50c. q uaIl-

her satisfactorily.J. all colors, 75c. and $1.00 ty for
A. Rightown of Candler, R. H quality for : DRESSESSplendid I
Redding of Ocala, A. J. Winthrop of 44. I line, a II. 25cBAKER'S

Anamosa, la., F. W. Ackworth of WASHING $1.50 value for

Tipton, Wis., and R. J. :Miller of To-
peka, Kas., were recent guests at the AND BATH TOWELS 98c COCOA, half lb.
cans, special for
Nelson House. Pure Bleached, good size

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Briley and C. an' weight, 15c. quality LADIES' GOWNS 20c
H. Nelson were at the county seat on
lOc Made of of
a good quality
business last Wednesday.Geo. .
II. Thomas, A. E. Boyce C. Fine Nainsook lace and BEST HEAD RICE,

Avery and C. A. Tompkins helped to POLISHINGYOUR MEN'S SHIRTS embroidery trimmed Extra special, 14 pounds
swell the floating population of Or- Splendid new line, neat design for

lando Thursday. coat styles, $1.50 50c

R. K. Harriman and J. II. Estes quality for $1.00

wandered to the county seat Satur-
day. $1.23 REDFERN CORSETSThe

only real whale bone MATTRESS

PILLOW TOPS corset on the market, $3 Full size, made of pure
NEW COUNTY HAS OLD
SCHOOL BUILDING FOR AUTO Made of .Burlap, ..fancy1.00, $5.00 and $6.00 white coton, $7.50 quality
for
/TOURT HOUSE. patterns, 35c. quality for values all at just . .

"We should not build a court house 25c Half Price $4.79UNDER'VEAR

in five years, as the old school house .
will be all we need. We should make BARGAINSFor

the road through the county one of Misses and Children, MEN'S SHOES HAMMOCKS
the best in the state. From each of Charges $1.00 for some of them slightly Black and Tan Oxfords, :\Iade.of a good quality

the places, Hallendale Dania Fort soiled, 25c. and 35c. quality Khaki cloth, $1.39 quality
Lauderdale, Pompano and Deerfield a Complete Job : : for Baker lasts, $ .00 quality for

boulevard to the beach should be
$2.79' 98c
made and if possible extended into lOc
the glades on the west. If that i is SERVICE FIRST-CLASS AND PROMPT. ITS I

done it would cause more 'people to HANDY AND CONVENIENT TO DROP BY

come to our county than any other AND LEAVE YOUR CAR WHILE DOWN

county of Florida. For that
purposewe STREET. 1 1I
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should raise and spend money,
that should give us the best road system -
i \\n Florida; it would bring the t

products from the rich glade lands to 14 EAST CHURCHDon't Yowell-Duckworth Co. I

the spirt respective of contentment towns; it to.would prevail cause because a- I I i

of a just distribution of the I
benefits."-Fort Lauderdale Sentinel. Wait Come J


Remove the capital from Tallahassee Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."

to Orlando or Jacksonville and Now !
everybody east of the Suwannee and

south of the Withlacoochee will be 11111111111 & III I.J I "........ I. II II .1111_ __._ I --.-.-_-- .
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THE DAILY I WOULD RAISE'AN ALREADY OCOEE TO BECOME A CITY "I .

HIGH STANDARD. I
South Florida SentinelMORNING The Board of Health, in striving to Mr. Arthur M. Clarke, of Ocoee, I l I

AND WEEKLY benefit the city, is the father of two was among the visitors at the Sentinel : .

f. '. '- GLENN ..............-.....Editor ordinances which were introduced atthe office yesterday. He says thereis FOR SALECountry i
W. C ESSINGTON .. .._.Bn.ine.. Manager
meeting of the city council this a growing sentiment in Ocoee that
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida week. The first of the twin ordinances the village will in a short time become
Second Class Mail Matter.
as deals with precautions that Orange' county's fourth city. With I

; SUBSCRIPTION RATESDaily. should be given meats, foodstuffs, business generally booming and the A 3DAYCLEAN UP
s 1 Year ........................ $ .00Daily. I
6 Montha ...................... 2.:>0 bread, vegetables, etc. It is a good population steadily increasing it is I
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 ordinance and should be passed. People admitted that conditions at present I .
Daily 1 Month ....................... 60 I I
nowadays are particular about point to the place becoming incorporated -
I Weekly. 1 Year ........... ..-. ..... $1.00 what they eat. Orlando has it over into a city in the near future.A estate of 350: !

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN other cities in the protection given to number of dwelling houses have acres, large two story I OF

, ADVERTISERS: food. The grocery stores, delicatessen -1 been contracted for and a large pro- dwelling, handsome lake
shops, bakeries and markets are portion of them will be built duringthe I
Opy for display I and all ether neat, clean, wholesome and sanitary. summer. front, $9000.00.Six .
advertising muut be handea in at the business
office .f the Sentinel Rot later than 2 p. ., Yet at the same time an ordinance
F U the chances day before for publication.contract advertising This rule:applies it is such as the one proposed would be a VRIGIIT IS SELLING MANY HAR- EmbroideriesEdges

invariable and will be strictly adhered to. good one for the city and all grocers, LEYDAVIDSONSW.

butchers and merchants should be in
'" discontinued ,
Sentinel
( Subscribers desiring The acre grove, modern
should notify the office in writing on favor of it, for it is fair to all of them. W. Wright, agent for the Har-
" continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates.be I The second of the twin ordinancesis ey-Davidson motorcycles and motor cottage and out-buildings,

f. until -notice to atop is received. has sold several lately and Insertions
:-':>" Telephone Namb- ...................... 2* one that prescribes the powers of delivery wagons, $4000.00. .
. ,....: the city physician. Orlando needs not testifying to his ability as a sales-
: FRIDAY, MAY 7, 191:). only an efficient city physician but it man. He has sold two motorcycles to

needs one that is backed by specific Pine Castle and Winter Garden parties -

It is never too late to blame your powers that will give him authorityto and others are pending. It is "
Our Entire Stock
mistakes on the other fellow. promote certain medical propa- quite likely that he will sell several of I

o ganda and to more stringently safeguard the delivery cars to local merchants. Call on

Any man with a wooden leg will public health. The Harley-Davidson will meet the I Price ReducedAn
tell you he'd rather be that than be a This ordinance would give the city needs of a merchant who desires quick

blockhead. physician the power to visit primaryand communication with the neighboringcities. S.G.Dove&SonReal ( i

o kindergarten schools and examine The new brick roads will soon

Love at first sight is generallyprompted pupils suffering from any "in- be ready for public use and the Har- ; I

by what we don't know irmary" and expel, them. Such a ley-Davidson will make. quick time Estate and Insurance j!
about people. measure would promote parental assurance over these highways. '

o in the Orlando public school ORLANDO, FLORIDA I' unprecedented opportunity -

I Try to get it in Orlando, and if the system. :NOTCE OF ELECTION
all
3 West Pine Second Floor to secure
your
merchants do not keep it, tell them The ordinance would also permit
to wake up, and if they be live ones the city physician to examine all meat /Notice is hereby given to the registered I needs for
voters of Ocoee that there will
they will awaken. markets, fruit stands, restaurants, be an election held at that place on I
0it cafes, hotels, boarding houses and :Monday: June 7, 1915, to decide upon "Commencement"THURSDAY
There is more real joy in a hoe, dairies. There might be some opposition incorporating the,town. 5-74w I

rake of and garden seed to the physician making
plat ground city a --- --
than can be found by loafing four I close and careful examination of such J

months on the street corner. places but it is reasonable to sup- :

o pose that there would be absolutelyno T 1

The most obscure person can get opposition coming from these various -

>: into print these days by showing a businesses, because all meat .
letter purporting to convey from far- markets, fruit stands, hotels' and dai- FRIDAYSATURDAY

away points predictions on some big ries desire to be in the forefront of ,

event in the war. positive sanitation.

o Furthermore there could be little .

r Bob Bentley says that diaphanous opposition to this power of the city

dresses are just as diaph at Pass-a- physician because it should be the

Grille as in Tampa. Haven't we told purpose of every merchant to have

the Tampa Times that if you see it in the stamp of approval placed upon his

the Sun it is so.-Clearwater Sun. business by a competent health offi-
I
o cer. It would be an advertisement

The Albany Journal says the fellow and patrons would go to that merchant -

who sent out the yarn about a hen I who had fulfilled all the re- FOR RENT AND SALEThe NO.1Embroidery

hatching turtle ggs ought to be arrested quirements of the law in giving public -

; not because he committed a patronage the best that precau-
Special
crime against the community, but justso tionary efforts could secure.

people could get a look at him. Both ordinances are fair and square Nucholls residence_ located at No. 110 America

o and should be passed. Where one Street. Lot 67V- x332. House is modern and contains 3,000 Yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges ,
Now that court has ruled so antag- business is strictly sanitary another
onistically to the claims a man has may not be. This ordinance would seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and and Insertions, in widths from 2'/2 to

on his wife's wealthy parents, ambi- undoubtedly raise the standard and bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. 27 inches, worth up to 65c. yard;

tious and clever young men, if they place all business of a like nature on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, yard,
would make money by such means, a uniform basis.OAKLAD.

must turn their attention to widows. o

o NEWS NOTES
10 Cents
What do you say when people ask

you how do you like Orlando Do Oakland, Fla., May 6.-Mrs. Baxter

you speak a good word for the town, Brock and baby and sister Miss Lulu .
S.Y.WAYInsurance
or do you turn yourself loose and try DeBusk, arrived Saturday from Midway -

your best to convince your interrogator Tenn. As an evidence of their

that you should have been born welcome the baby had thirty-one call-

with a hammer in one hand and a ers in one day. and Real Estate Agent
mallet in the other. Rev. HaM, lecturer of the National NO. 2Embroidery

o Peace Society, gave a sermon on the a

The man who never saw such a subject, "The Prince of Peace," on PHONE 172
Sunday morning. It was an excellent Special
winter the
mean, beastly as one recently -
ended is now right on deck I discourse and listened to by a good

with a big kick about the heat. "As : congregation.Miss Aurelia. 1,500 Yards 45-inch Swiss Embroidery
Moreman
a rule, man's a fool-when it's hot, was sent by
DeLand the Flouncing, in Voiles and Sheer Swisses
as delegate to Peace con- ,
he wants it cool; when it's cool, he
wants it hot-ne'er contented with his vention held at Orlando, which was worth up to $2.oO yard.

held the latter part of last week, and Thursday Friday and Saturday yard
lot, etc. The peculiar thing about ,
attended services he,
this rule that man's a fool is, thereare Sunday. He [
many friends were glad to greet her.
no exceptions to it.-Lakelam
Telegram. Mesdames Thompson, of Ocoee, C.
o B. Collier, C. C. Collier, Smallbones, 49 Cents
and Hatfield '
were pleasant visitor
TEX" CLEAXUPCOMMANDMENTS. .. .
at the Maurice home on Friday. -
Mrs. Tuttle, guest of Mrs. C. C. Col-
Thou shalt honor thy neighborhood
lier, is spending several days visiting -
and keep it clean.

Love your neighbor's lot as you do friends. and in Mrs.Orlando.Mr. Hatfield. accompaniedby Everything from. Head to Foot-

your own, but be sure to love
you Mr. C. B. Collier and Mr. and Mrs ill our Dl'uf tore I

own.Don't plant tomato cans and rub- : C. C. Collier, spent Tuesday at Clay MEN'S SU OfSFEEE
Springs.The .
bish on unused land, or in the backyard : Hair Tonic I HAIR
: ; their fruits are withered civic baccalaureate sermon was de-I ToNlBuniozt
livered Sunday at the school to

pride. rium by Kev. Dr. Poulson, of Orlando. ,1 : Li4 ; !
Thou shalt take care of thy rub- It has received hearty commendation ,
bish heap, else thy neighbor will bear Plasters .
by all who heard it. The theme, "A
witness against thee.
Good Character, the Greatest ValueDon't For the balance of this week, we will giye,
Thou shalt keep in order thy alley,
thy back yard, thy hall, and thy stair- "Be a Drifter-Have Plenty of with every purchase of a pair of Boots or
'Grit, was full of practical and help-
Shoes, a pair of 50c. pure Silk Hose.
way.Thou ful advice for the young people. )lrs.1
shalt not let the wicked fly
breed. Mather-Smith gave two solos; the
hymns rendered by the chorus under I FREEDICKSON'IYES
Thou shalt not kill thy neighbor by
the
of
leadership Miss Martin
were
ignoring fire menaces or by poisoningthe .
well
rendered all
; was thoroughly
air with rubbish and garbage. preciated. ap-

Thou shalt not keep thy windows _
Saturday, May 1, the .
Apopka
Camp
closed day and night.A .
:: 111..1.
Fire Girls met at the home of their :. .1 O
fence that has ceased to be a ,,
guardian, Miss Gertie Speer, to have
fence and has become an offence
the last ceremonial meeting of the
should be repaired or destroyed.Do .
year and to celebrate their first anniversary -
not allow tumble-down buildings 00.
as Camp Fire Girls. Duringthe
to stand on valuable land. They are
year the girls have done excel-
financially wasteful; they create filth, .
lent work and their unceasing enthu-
invite vice and are a menace to life.
Two gardens may grow where one siasm assures the success and contin- Get it at
dump has bloomed before. ued group.good work of this Camp Fire .DEPARTMENT STORE.

School gardens are valuable adjuncts MERCK'SWe .. ..
to education and recreation.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe
They can be cultivated on an open
Desire are the nearest drug store Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
lot.Let to leave town in a week.'
not an inch of land be kept i in Would dispose reasonably of house- PHONE 68MERCK'S tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

.- idleness. All land has a divine right hold furniture and 400 thoroughbred chandise, at right prices

to bear fruits and flowers. chickens. Call J. G. Wells, Lakeview : P ARMA.CYI :

Remember clean-up week and keepit avenue, one-half mile west of stand. .

wholly. pipe. 5-7-2tc I THE REXALL STORE __

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SOL CALENDAR FOR TIlE noon from an extended honeymoon I TODAY FOR SALE-Ford runabout, full ; / /
,
WEEK trip which carried them as far southas equipment, electric lights, electric P-
horn, shock absorbers. A bargain.Act .
the
Havana, Cuba, and "all over
Friday, May 7. quick. Ford Garage, Church St
Mrs. S. E. Ives entertains for 'Miss country." Their journey to the Queenof .***** 5-7-3tc;
Edith Rambo. the Antilles was a most enjoyableone ?
I- Mrs. J. N. McElroy hostess at bridge. and they are now at home to their liENS FOR SALE-About 100 hens
Civic League, clean-up weekpaintand their residenceon + # pullets and chickens; price reason- I
whitewash day. many friends at pretty able; must sell before Tuesday. G. E.
Faculty of Orlando High School en- Lakeview avenue. a Bates, Altamonte Springs Hotel, Alta-
tertain for the Seniors. monte Springs Fla. 5-7-lt
Saturday, May 8. NOTICE. 'ti N rt.
Civic League, clean-up week-Junior FOR SALE-Typewriter box, leather
choirare I
League day. Members of the Presbyterian steel ribbed, strong and durable -
Nullos Club, Mrs. Forrest Dabney requested to report for choir rehearSal with lock, key and handle; dust proof o AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0I
Carr hostess. Saturday evening instead of and new. Inquire at Sentinel office
Saturday Auction Bridge Club, Mrs.B. o7GtOSTEOPATHY
I
C. Abenethy hostess. Friday. We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Forrest D. Carr. THE OLIVER MOROSCO PHO- represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is dif-
U. D. C. MEETINGAT -0- 11 ferent from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
LEESBURG.Miss Mrs. John Murphy, of Schenley TOPLAY COMPANY visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and

Mary Robinson, president of Place, Orlando, announces the engage- precious stones.
V the Annie Coleman Chapter of the ment of her daughter, Mary Josephine Presents DR. J. C. HOWELL

United Daughters of the Confederacy, .,Murphy, to Mr. Thomas Louis Con- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.

returned yesterday afternoon from nolly, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. FRITZI SCHEFFin Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free LIi .dJ! ,:

Leesburg where the state convention Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan : = 0'- .
., *of the organization is being held. Miss Bishop Cameron Mann left yesterday HoteL
Robinson stated that the sessions, for Cocoanut Grove and various Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
which will come to a close today, were points on the East Coast, where he "PRETTY MRS. SMITHA Orlando Fla.
YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE
highly enjoyable and that Leesburghas will administer the sacrament of con- _
extended to them most cordial firmation. HERE
a .
story of many varied interestsA
welcome. The social'activities included -
LucerneTODAY I in selecting wall paper for your
launch rides, automobile rides, REAPI'ORTIONMEXT OF STATETO highly amusing Comedy Dra- home. Our stock contains all the latest -
beautiful music and interesting ad- BE DECIDED AT NEXT designs in such a varied assort-
dresses. Reports were heard fromt SESSION OF TilE ma. I ment that you are sure to find just
various chapters in the state and the LEGISLATURETallahassee the kind you have been looking for.
order to be in healthy con- IN FIVE PARTS r- .
appears a V Come in and see our offering and get
dition. The other members of the local Fla.-The census bill .. THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY ,w our prices. You'll be interested.
chapter who are at Leesburg will will pass the senate and become a 6
SOLVED 1
return today, bringing with them a law, but the question of reapportionment Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
full and complete Tecord of the session will have to be decided at the The23rd and final Episode of the -
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which will appear in the Sen- next session of the legislature unlessa
.If If. Great
tinel. constiutional amendment is submit 11 ..
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ted to change the number of repre- ... MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY
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REGULAR MEETINGOF sentatives allowed to form the legis- .. ..
TilE W. R. C. lature. At present the constitution v1'
The regular monthly meeting of the provides that the membership shall J "THE RIGHT GIRL"A -.
Woman's Relief Corps was held yes- consist of 32 senators and 68 representatives -
terday afternoon with Mrs. L. F. with a further provisionthat Vitagraph Comedy. WRIGHT SEED COMPANY .=
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Brigham, president. There was a every new county shall be enti-

very good attendance, and one new tled to one representative. The for- "THE CREED OF THE CLAN"An "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use
, member, Mrs. White, joined the or- mation of new counties since the re- 10 cents 20 cents
der. Plans and arrangements were apportionment has increased the membership Essanay Drama.
Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.
made for the observance of Memorial until now there are 73 members -
Day. Committees were appointed of the house. The contention is You simply must see this show. Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.
International Lice-Powder Camphor Nest-Eggs.
and
which will made that the would ADDITIONAL
appear later in the Senti- reapportionment : _,
Bermuda and St. Augustine ;
Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox,
net The next meeting will be held reduce the number of representativesfrom Natal '
Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas,
the first Thursday in June, after several counties where part of Guests registering at the Ssfft Juan FOUR BIG REELS
and Sudan Grass Dasheens.
which the order will adjourn for the the; territory has been given up to new hotel yesterday include J. Henry Hol- a
remainder of the summer. counties, but according to the idea combe, H. C. Clark, Tampa; Jas. W. r
advanced by Senator Johnson, the re- Neal, Jackson, Miss.; R. II. Alder- FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
SOCIETY NOTESOF apportionment would not likely affect man, Sutherland, Fla.; Dr. T. R. Roberts -
INTEREST.The any county. A. P. Armstrong, E. B. Sinkley, BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results 3 3a

Rosalind Club enjoyed a most Senator Johnson thinks the reapportionment Hal Estes, Jacksonville; R. A. Jones,
pleasant afternoon at cards yester- should be made to pro- Savannah; C. W. Parker, Pensacola, :::. 1
,t day, Mrs. C. B. Robinson being chair- vide a representative for each countyon and A. Alexander, New York. ..
'
man of the hospitality committee.The a basis of one to each 15,000 pop-
J
party was very informal. There ulation or fraction over 15,000, with Information was received at the
were five tables of guests who played not more than three to one county. A Sentinel office yesterday from Mr.and FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL 1
pivot auction. The interior of the plan taken up in the house by Repre- Mrs. Chas. H. Swasey and daughter,
club was effectively decorated in pink sentative Woods called for reappor- Miss Grace, who left Orlando several :
roses and Easter lilies. Delicious refreshments tionment on a basis of one to every days ago that the trip to their north- Established 1886 I

were served. First prize 10,000 population with not more than ern home at Wells Depot, Maine, wasa
was won by Miss Fox, a china jewel I four to one county. According to most pleasant one; that the weatherin
box, and the consolation was capturedby I Senator Johnson, if RepresentativeWoods' !I the Bay State since their arrival
Mrs. Vivian, a pretty Japanese plan were adopted, it wouldbe has been most disagreeable, and that CURTIS & O'NEAL
willow tray. The hostesses were Mrs. t necessary to build a new capitol to they intend to remain in the Sunny

Robinson, Miss May Kilmer, and Mrs. accommodate the next session, as the South much longer in the spring here-

M. O. Overstreet. Gentlemen's even- present membership taxes the capac- after. INSURANCE LOANS
ing on next Thursday will be featuredby ity to such an extent that the visitors'
a dance at the club. gallery is very limited. Mr. R. L. Collins, one of Umatilla's
, The general opinion of members of prosperous and well-to-do citizens, REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Miss Marguerite Drennen, who has both houses, freely expressed, is that was among the visitors to Orlando
been one of the most charming guestsof the 1917 legislature will order a reap- yesterday, coming over in his large
the winter and spring season, has portionment, whether a constitutional touring; car, accompanied by a party of
departed for Ashland, Ky., where she amendment is passed or not. But in friends. Mr. Collins is the owner ofa
will visit for a short time before returning that event the change would have to large peach orchard in that section
to her home in Big Stone Gap be in accordance with the constitu- and expects to begin shipping to the

Va. Miss Drennen was the guest of tion, limiting the number to 100, markets in a few days. The first con-
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Miss Eda Brewer which would of course reduce the signment will go out about the 20th For Sale .
at Winter Park, Mrs. W. M. Glenn, number of representatives in several of this month and will consist of'two
and was the guest of honor at the counties. thousand crates.ROOF .

recent camping party at the summer House Lot 65J xl67. Price
cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Gray Rush FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE TO eight rooms.

I on Lake Conway. Several partieswere MEET HERE IN 1916

given in her honor while she $4500.00. A bargain.
was in Orlando, and her many friends The next annual meeting of the GARDEN
regret her departure for the North Florida Citrus Exchange will be held
in Orlando. This was decided at yes-
Miss Helen Virginia Hoskins, whose terday's session of the board of direc-
delightful parties always evince the tors, which is holding forth at the TO DAY

originality of the young hostess, will Cigar City.
entertain at a masque party May 14, Messrs. L. W. Tilden and A. B.
at her home on Lake Cherokee. The Johnson presented invitations from
cards issued suggest the uniquenessof the Orange County Sub-Exchange, "WILD IRISH ROSE"A

the coming event: while President C. P. Dow, of Orlan- DO YOUR SHARETO

Admit ____________________________ do's Board of Trade, urged this cityas Romance of Killarney.
to"Folly's the next meeting place for the

Frolic" Exchange.The .

Lake. Cherokee, eight o'clock, May 14 I committee on arrangements, to

Courtesy of which Mr. Dow has been added, con- "WHEN THE SPIDER TORE Make Orlando More
en masque. Helen Virginia Hoskins sists of Messrs. W. L. Tilden, direc- -
-0- tor from Orange county; A. B. Johnson LOOSE"
-Quite a number of young 'ladies will I manager of the sub-exchange; :Drama. Beautiful
leave on tomorrow evening's train for I C. U. Walker and H. L. Borland, of
the state Baraca-Philathea convention Citra, Florida.
I
which will convene in Arcadia on the The date for the meeting has not

7th, lasting until the 9th. Among I yet been set, but will probably be "SKIPPER PAINT UP and CLEAN UP .
those who left are Miss Claude De- about thefirst of June. At this meet- SDIPSOX'SDAUGHTER"

Laney, Miss Blanche Barnes, Miss ing the Orlando Board of Trade will
Fannie Tucker, Miss Ruby Allison, have the pleasure of entertaining fif- A.
c :Miss Lena Larson. They will return teen hundred or more visitors. A Marine Comedy. The whitest of white Paint, and the best


I home Monday. -0I THE BIG PHOTO ATTRACTION AT of "Clean Up" Tools, at .

The Nullos Club will be entertained TilE GRAND TONIGHT
tomorrow by Mrs. Forrest Dabney THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE

Carr instead of today as. previously There is an exceptionally strong CITY The Hardware Store on the Corner I
announced. bill at the Grand theatre tonight. It

is the big photo attraction the Broad-
Mrs. B. C. Abernethy will be hos- way success, "Pretty Mrs. Smith"
tess for the Saturday Auction Bridge starring Fritzi Scheff, the world's 10 cents 5 cents JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S
Club. famous operatic star. II

At the Lucerne tonight the 23rd and '
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cheney returned last installment of the "Million Dol- .
to Orlando Wednesday after- lar Mystery" will be shown. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.


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Site FURNISHED-Fiv bath, lighted, ?trunk: and store nd .l."um ber La-t11s and Shingles
SENTINEL rooms, large lot, bearing grove, chicken -
house. Rent low to November.See .
owner, 714 West Church. 5-2-5t

WANTSThe Take your Kodak films to Robinson. c*.
3-3-tf

Two

DoctorsBIIeh'iiiaslei' A
:Morning Sentinel Want

(i Real Bargains Ad Directory Medium is in the Orlando.Greatest Want & Bnmdage( ILAND: () .

Terms Cash in Advance. OSTEOPATHS

it 136 acres with beautiful frontage Personal instruction under Dr. Still

t on two lakes. Knock Out For One Day RATES______________23t; at Kirksville, Mo. .Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
r For Three Days ___________SOc 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples -
--
I $15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c National Bank. Phone 578.DON'T --- ---- -- -- -----
For One Month ____________$2.50 c.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of
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- WORRYIf

See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to
*' the office telephone No. 24. Ac- YES WE BELIEVE IN
counts opened by telephone will be ,
.'
.
payable the following day. disappointedabout
you are

f Every Home-Every Business getting a new Eas- CLEAN UP WEEKWe
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. '
Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a ter Suit,we can put your I

j old one in good condi- p \t
Watkins Block PHONE SO4
J FOR SALE tion for just such occas-
s ions.
FOR SALE-One or two fine lake
FOR 90 DAYS front lots for sale, on Great Con-
way lake. Good shore, high site. .
.ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
You can buy foundationstone Address "High Site," Sentinel office. .

building blocks, sidewalk 5-6-6t Dry Cleaning believe in making Orlando clean and neat, thus deserving -
tile, or anything In my FOR SALE Hupmobile runabout,
s i' -
Steam Cleaning the name City Beautiful. Also we believe that
line at reduced. Call around model 20; perfect condition; tires
and let me surprise you on all new; just overhauled; reason for Pressing and Repairing the place to begin to clean up is inside the home, and "No .
selling, buying larger car. Call 20
; prices. West Pine street. 5-l-6t Home Is-Better Than Its Kitchen." In other words, we

r F. D. GORE, FOR SALEA believe you should begin Clean-Up Week by buying a nice

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. clean nice cash business for a
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. small cash payment, balance to suit
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. newGAS
4-9-tf ONLY $1,000BEFORE RANGEto

FOR SALE-Good Kentucky mare, J
years old, wagon and harness. A
fine bargain at $150. Call on or ad- make kitchen clean and sweet, and then will
dress M. P. Wallam, R. F. D. No.1, your you
I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Maitland, Fla. 5-4-6t have more time to beautify the rest of your home and the
\ Office corner Orange Avenue and .
FOR SALE-New camp, located on a MAY 5thbuys city.ORLANDO. .
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., '
lake; half acre of land; near brick
Phone 419.Clean. road. This is a desirable bargain.
Address D. B. C., Sentinel office. .
5-2-6tc

the 2 corner lots east of
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
Up
residence sidewalks nice
my t
: modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. .
fence, oaks and palms.
2-23-tf WATER & LIGHT CO

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Worth $1500 or more.
. Buy your Cleaning and tools best farm in county; variety -
t Materials of fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Reason for low price is that
us. to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock GAS DEPARTMENT
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- purchaser must agree to
Brooms er. 1-16-tfc
build.

Mops FOR REFURNISHED :.
I Terms if desired. \

Soaps ROOMS for light house-
keeping, or room and board, in private -
family; terms reasonable. 10
Washing Powders Gould street, or apply Sentinel.


Soap Powders 5-6-6t FOR RENT-On Colonial Drive, for. I'L Service will Pnr S Service will
L Start ri Wat Start
six months, at very reasonable r t
DR. A. J J. TAYLORPHONE
.0 Buy a can of Lay-U- terms adults, only.five housekeeping Modern and rooms furnished.to May 10th May 10th
-
Dust. Inquire at 406 Colonial Drive east. -
5-5-6t
696
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
CARUTHERS & GORE in new house. Cheap for summer. In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
Special rates by the year. 406 Margaret 905 East Central Avenue
street. 5-4-6t specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands

New Modern G Grocery FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
Yancey. 3-28-tfc
Phone 200 Cut Flowers lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
An 8x10 Kodak enlargement freeat
Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
6 and 8 East Pine St.
COOLER Free of Charge.
BUYERS
AND SELLERSI and Plants

buy, sell rent, and exchange real Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., .
over 30 years. Have handled over Floral gallon.
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Designs
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.

$2.00
WANTED .


WANTED-Team and man to put in AN LYSIS : ,
< 4 or 8 acres sweet potatoes, on new .Violet Dell Florist.
ground. Ground is plowed and har- THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.
rowed. Hot bed of pulls ready to set. Rollins College, Florida.
o TAMPA Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue. .
5-5-3t Winter Park, Florida April 19, 1915
J. M.\ CARUTHERSPhone
II. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and WANTED PARTNER with $300 cash, Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
to travel in moving picture busi- 509.
408 South Lake St.
ness, Big money and chance to trav- brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results: .
RETURNMONDAY el. Pleasant work. Have complete I
outfit and plenty of booking. Ad- SPRING WATERCOLOR
dress F. B. Lucas, Arcade hotel.
5-6-3t ____________________________________Clear.
MAY 1m Under New Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral .
WANTED-Lady niece 13 years FREE AMONIA _____________________________None. .
country old, wants town, for board the summer.in country Desire, or Smyth House ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _______________None. fof'

Tickets good all place where niece can assist with the CHLORIDE ________________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
on care of children or light work. Sur- TOTAL SOLIDS ___________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon. A
Regular Trains roundings," must be pleasant. Address, Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace
"Lady care Sentinel, giving full
Final Limit 13th 5-6-3t particulars I One Block from Court House HARDNESS ________________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.211 grains per gallon.
May WANTED POSITION young man I FURNISHED ROOMS AND The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
VIA having fifteen years experience in BOARD moqia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
department stores desires position
where ability and merit would war- Rates by Day or Week. Summer of the body.
rant advancement. Best references. Rates New On. The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Atlantic Coast LineStandard Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
MRS. J. II. McCAMY quality.A .

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
in Orlando lake front, 1 mile from
Railroad of the South railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 just about enough as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof ..
acres unimproved; extra good land. the body. Yours respectfully,
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc CLINT BASS (Signed) THOS R. BAKER.
[>
For cleanest, clearest Kodak finish-
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf PHONE 375WestJefferson

9 Street
i LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via
the Atlantic Coast Line, Friday, Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.
May 14. 2:43 p.m. Rate $17.60. See
DR. L H. RAMSDELu Mr. LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783, Hand Wood CompanyWood .
506>
Lexington
t street. Get your iden- LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.
OPTOMETRIST! tification cards from depot or city

WE ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDA LENSES ticket Kodak agent.finishing left at Robinson's PROMPT of SERVICE All Kinds W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the REASONABLE PRICES
OPTICAL REPAIRING next day. 3-3-tf *
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AND PACKING THE be exposed to the sun. The shorter FULL REPORT OF INVESTIGATING them in intoxicating liquors that has and the result is readers of the papersall islators go home.

SOUTHERN STRAWBERRYCROP the time that elapses after the fruit COMMITTEETallahassee arisen or that has been attempted to over the state will have the opportunity With the journals already requiredto
be made by several of the papers of be printed and the employes of the
is picked before it is put into refrigerator of watching what goes on
: Fla., May 3, 1915. the state by reason of the statementas body already paid to do what theyare
cars or refrigerator boxes the through the of their favorite local
eyes -
D. C.-The following
_
Washington, Hon. Cary A. Hardee, Speaker, Houseof quoted from the above mentioned. I told, it was but a matter of some-
summary taken from a new farmers' i better it is for the berries, which will Represntatives.Sir letetr written by me. i paper. thing like $2 a day for stamps to get

butteti. o. 664, of the United States I continue eto ripen rapidly until they I I Your committee finds from the investigation Mr. Griffin considered that there the journals to every one of the more
:-Your committee appointed I
departtnent agriculture, "Strawberry are chilled. I and from the testimony will be more real interest shown in than 135 newspapers in Florida, the
under and by virtue of House Resolution -
Growing in the South," shows the Large Crates Preferable No. 62, introduced by Mr. Gold- given by Mr. Wilson, that the chargeof 'the journals by the small papers than I cheapest way of satisfactorily distributing -
importance of careful grading and Many different types of boxes and "drunken lawmakers" as made in I I the workings of the body that
I be shown the
stein, of Nassau, requiring said com- can possibly by large
packing if the grower expects to ob- crates are used for strawberries, but his letter of the 19th of April, to the has yet been devised.
mittee to have Mr. A. M. Wilson, of
daily ones, because the big dailies
I tain "quality" prices: the tendency is toward a standardfull Manatee Journal, so far as the same I -_
Manatee, before it and ascer-
appear have representatives on the ground to
Picking the Fruit size quart box. In fact, in sev- refers to the House of Representatives CHARTER NOTICE
tain from him the name or names of them He knows the
posted. average -
keep
The stage of maturity at which eral states it is illegal to offer for or any member thereof, is with- Notice is hereby given that The Church
member members of this
any or out foundation in fact and reference country reader and knows that Home and Hospital a corporation not for
berries should be picked depends upon sale a sohrt box; shipments to these ; no -
House that has been drunk since the- in thousands of homes over the state, profit. will apply to the Judge of the Circuit
the distance they are to be shipped. markets must be handled to conform to the House of Representativesnor 1 Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida -
opening of this session, and to make as soon as the weekly papers begin; to on May _9. 1915. for approval of amend
to member thereof intended
When grown for a local market they with the laws. The boxes now in use any was menu to its charter changing it* name to
such other recommendations to this
should be picked when thoroughlyripe are the American or standard quart by Mr. Wilson. That, while print the bills and the status of the that of St. Luk,'s Hospital, and imcreaunic
House as to them seems best, beg bills of local interest in their respective the amount in value of the real estate which
but not soft. If grown for a 'berry box, which holds a full quart; the statement contained in said letter the corporation may hold from *9*,.M to
leave to submit the following: I there will be such discus- fJOO.OOO.:
distant market the berries must be I the octagon box, and the square scale- I was very unfortunate and indiscreet, ( areas April 29. 1915.
Your committee held
a meetnig on
sion and of
reading legislative mat-
picked before they are thoroughlyripe board type of quart and pint boxes. and too general in its terms, yet, upon CAMERON MANX. President
Monday morning, May 3, at 10 o'clock, I ters as has been seldom seen before. Massey &: Warlow. Solicitor
but they should be fully grown The American type is the one that is the assurance on the part of Mr. Wil- 4-29. 5-6-13-20
with all its members and also
present, Also he there will be closer
and about three-fourths ripe. If most generally used; it is full size, son that no reflection was intended argues
with Mr. A. M. Wilson before it who
the House of watch made on representatives by Quite a lot of boys' pants, sizes 11
picked before they are colored the strongly made, and packs well in the upon Representatives,
being duly examined by the committee member thereof their constituency, and there will be to 17, will be sold far less than cost,
f berries will shrink and wither, making -' crate. The octagon box is objectionable nor upon any your
with reference to a certain letter praise or blame accorded later when while they last, at BOARDMAN'S
committee recommends that fur-
them unfit for sale. Strawberries on account of its shape and the no .
written by him on the 19th day of the legislature adjourns and the leg- SALE.
f should' be picked with a short piece of raised bottom. A long narrow box is ther action be taken with reference to 5-5-3t
April to the Manatee River Journal, I
stem attached (about one-fourth to I I not satisfactory, because it is inconvenient this matter.
at Bradentown Manatee
published
'.- one-half inch). They should never be I to pick up without grasping Your committee, having carried out
county, Florida, in which the follow-
slipped from the stem, as that spoils :the sides between the thumb and fingers its instructions as embodied in said

their appearance and injures their i[ and when handled in this way ing statement appeared: resolution, and proceeded with its investigation SPRAYINGFor

shipping and keeping qualities. I the berries are likely' to be mashed. "The shame and disgrace of drunken as far as its authority
lawmakers at a critical time like
Packing I Moreover, the sides of boxes with would permit, and no specific chargeof
this is a reproach upon the good pea White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
Uniformity in the pack is essentialin ':raised bottoms often split off below ple of the state. But this will be an drunkenness having been made be- secticide. For Red Spider. Kuste Mite and all other Mites

order to obtain high prices for i the bottom, causing the boxes to tip eye-opener to decent people all over fore it by Mr. Wilson, Manatee, nor infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
I
Florida, and such a shaking of the
strawberries, and this can be secured :over. The scale-board boxes are by any other person, begs to be discharged -
Compound.
dry bones has not been seen in Flor- !
only when the berries have been care- I cheaper than splint boxes, but as the ida as we shall witness during the from the further consideration These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan

. fully graded and sorted. Some grow- [latter are more substantial they are next general primary election." I of the matter. be done at one and the same time. This will abso-

ers have the berries graded in the preferred in nearly all markets. The Testified as follows: I am the Respectfully submitted, lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.

field.A. type of crate depends on the boxes weekly correspondent of the Manatee HARRY GOLDSTEIN, I Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
common practice in some sec- that are used. Any crate that is sub- River Journal. I wrote the. letter THEO T. TURNBULL, I cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
tions is the berries of all stantially built and well ventilated is from which the above mentioned
to pick ripe S. S. GRIFFIN, you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
grades into the same box and when satisfactory, but cost is an important statement has been taken by a num- Committee.

the tray is full to take it to the pack- 'consideration, as they are not returned ber of the papers of the state. I

ing shed, where the berries are sorted to the shipper. The largest have not a copy of that letter. In 1. SCHNARR & CO Manufacturers

and packed. The graders dump the crate that can be handled conveniently the statement made by me, I had no HON. S. S. GRIFFIN SOLVES THE ,

berries on a table and pick out all is the one to use, as the large ones reference to any member of the PROBLEM OF DISTRIBUTING

green, overripe or small berries. The are cheaper in proportion to the quantity House of Representatives, and it was HOUSE JOURNALS Orlando, Florida

others are placed in the boxes, one of berries they carry. The 24 or not my intention to reflect upon the

of the graders arranging the top lay-I 32 quart crates are generally use, House of Representatives or any Tallahassee.-S. S. Griffin, of Or-

ers in such a way that the berries though in some sections the CO quart member of the House. This is my ange county, after all has solved the

, show to best advantage. When ber- crate is employed. Crates with hingedlids second term as a member of the problem of the proper distribution of -

ries are packed in this manner, care 'I have an advantage over othersin House of Representatives, and I wishto house journals, after that body had

should be taken not t oput the small, that they provide for the inspection say further that the members who stalled and refused to pull either up 1 MOWS THE TIME

inferior berries in the center of the 'lof[ the fruit to better advantage. The compose this House are a sober and or down in the matter of widespread

box and the large fine berries on top. .hinged lid crate invites inspection and industrious body of men, and I knewof distribution.
The fruit should be uniform throughout I this is a point in its favor. no member of the House who had There has ben put through the I I to get ready for the rainy season.

the box, with the top layer merely I A large part of the strawberry been drunk or under the influence of house a resolution providing for one PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE I"EAKSVITH

placed to add to the attractiveness of I crop grown in Florida is shipped to whiskey since the opening of the ses I copy daily of the journal to be mailed FINLEY'S GRAPIIO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
the pack and to hold the fruit in place. northern markets in refrigerator box- : sion. I admit that the statement to each newspaper in the state; and

Where a fancy pack is put up, the I es. These boxes, or pony refrigerators -I made by me was too broad and comprehensive I(I i they have already started to the local $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's

berries should be divided into two I hold 64 or 80 quarts of berries. and I regret that the same i:i news distributing centers of the state.

grades. After the boxes of berries are placedin has been given the publicity it has, '' Mr. Griffin took the position that

After the berries are picked they the refrigerator a metal tray is : and I am glad of this opportunity to 'I the newspapers, and especially the PioneerCORNER

should be placed in the shade as soon put in place above the berries and correct the misconstruction thereof, smaller' ones, which could not afford

as possible, for heat injures the fruitin filled wiht ice. The main advantagejs and I stand ready and willing to exonerate -I a representative at the capital, were

a short time. The pickers should : ) using these refrigerator boxes is in any member of the House of 'entitled to news daily of what wasgoing COURT AND PINE STREETS

I not be allowed to leave the filled boxes I long distance express shipments Representatives from the charge of II[ on in the capital. He talked

along the rows, where the berries will where refrigeration is necessary. drunkenness or undue indulgence by I the matter over quietly with several,
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SWATCH A fOR RMINGTON( CREATIONS( -Some FineEEAL



ESTATE OFFERINGS


Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience



of Operation



t :::;,-.1t'Remington -... .. F r Ex han[ F r Fl rina Pr D rW



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Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year.PrIce ,

7500000. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.

Duality RefinmentElectric ,


-Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.

Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.


I Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic- I

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

ally. Demountable Rims., Tires 30x3% inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt.


Price f.o.b. Detroit
$695
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. Mortgage
$7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.
THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATION


, Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends $11,500.00.Vant good
rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00.Iortgage

r property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.


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'Vi a Wre have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort

a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -

:' Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.
the
y occupants.
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We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago
Income Property.WARING. ?T* "

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REALTY COMPANY "

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


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

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

PINE CASTLE REALTY COMPANYPine


FLORIDA REMINGTON MOTOR CO.R. Castle, Fla.


D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish wecan'match: what you haveIi ,

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


Dress goods, at about half former
price, at Boardman's sale. 5-5-3t
STATEMENT .
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Mr. H. C. Rinaldi, of Tampa was .

in Orlando yesterday greeting friends OF THE -S '_ 1
and transacting business.Mr. S

B. C. Fennel, of Atlanta Ga., Peoples National Bank .
spent yesterday in Orlando looking

after business matters. At the close of business May 1, 1915 r
REPORT OF THE, CONDITION OF
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Clarke, of

. The State Bank of Orlando Ocoee' were among the popular residents -. ,
of west Orange visiting the
RESOURCES .
. ORLANDO, FLORIDA county capital yesterday.Mr. '

' At the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 and Mrs. W. J. Osteen, prominent Loans and Discounts_____________________$406,155.07

i t. RESOURCESLoans residents of the Altamonte section Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73

, were among the welcome visitorsto Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00

- and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 Orlando yesterday.Miss U. S. Bonds ____________________________ 31,000.00

Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 Other Bonds ________________________-__ 13,556.06
Stocks and Bonds ____ ____________ ___ 187,732.69Furniture J. J. of
Ramsdell Tampa, arrived -
Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
., and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 in Orlando yesterday afternoonon "
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32 a visit to her brother, Dr. L. H. Cash and in Banks __-----______________ 481,342.24
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 amsdell, at 110 South street. r
971272.24
; -h.
$1,095,178.62 Mrs. J. E. Turner, who has been -
LIABILITIES visiting her sister in Lakeland for LIABILITIESCapital

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 several afternoon.Mr. days, returned. to Orlando yesterday --____________=_____________J_____$ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits ____ ________ 43,473.22Bills
-: Surplus _______________________..!____ 12,500.00
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Payable ___________________________ None
Rediscounts ____________________________ None F. E. Baxter, the local representative Undivided Profits --------_______________ 9,529.04
of the Florida Good Homes Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
Deposits 1,001,705.40 company, is spending today. in Lakeland Reserved for Taxes --- __ _____________ 640.25 _
on important business.Mr.
Circulation _____________ 21,000.00
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$1,095,178.62 and Mrs. C. 1..- and Deposits ___877,595.13
Knapp -----------------------------
daughter, Miss Ethel, of Jacksonville,
are pleasantly located at Oak Lodge, $971,272.24
where they will spend the summer.
GROWTHMay
Miss Lillian Roux left yestrday

morning over the Atlantic Coast Line 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90

for Fernandina to visit her brother May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84
M r. Geo. L. Roux.
: May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80

Mrs. W. II. Lord came up from St. May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00 .

.- Petersburg yesterday afternoon on a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martinat
their home, 601 North Orange ave- ..
nue.

Miss Lucy Chandler, who has been t11.11111111111.11.lil.I..III.IIIIIII.III..I.I..I.I.,11',1,
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rhV spending the season with relatives in
J.fhyt Orlando, left yesterday afternoon for
Rochester, N. Y., where she will spend
the summer. .

il it.2 Carbonizing"
Mrs. Joseph Raehn and niece, Miss
4- Annie Raehn, left yesterday afternoon
( d i k : over the Atlantic Coast Line for Pitts- Knocking '
burg Pa., their old home, where they Motor u r Troubles
t
will spend the summer. I Loss of PowerExcessive
ly ,
; 1 Hwy

Mrs. P. Phillips and son, Master Consumption of Oil :
Falter, have gone to Miami to joinDr. ,
Phillips, who is quite busy these

days Coast going looking up after and the down shipping the East of These can all be remedied by the use of the genuine.

? his immense crop of tomatoes.Mr. .


LIVE ON THE PORCH' W. T. Rinaldi who travels out NON-LEAK PISTON RINGS
of Savannah, Ga., for one of the old
est and largest dry goods firms, was
THIS SUMMERDon't in Orlando, his former home, yester One to each cylinder

day, greeting friends and calling on
the trade. *

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem-
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be Mr. Isaac S. Levy, a popular knightof Sold By H Hy '
the
grip, who has been making an
converted into cool comfortable
a living and sleepingroom. nual
pilgrimages to Orlando for
several
Here are .a few of many specially made pieces for years, was in the city y San Juan Garage ,
your porch. from New York in the interest of a Company
wholesale drug house.
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs

Haltex Fibre Furniture Maple Chairs and Rockers Mr. E. O. Marshall, one of Alta-
Hammocks and Couch Porch SwingsIIIIMMilllllillMilllllMIMIIIMMIMMIMIIIIMI monte's popular winter residents,
Hammocks spent yesterday in Orlando shaking 'IIII'I' 'IIII'III'III"'III"'I''I'I'I'II'I'I"111111I t""t .
hands with his many acquaintances.Mr. .
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline Marshall expects to leave tomor-
E" ves. Select yours to day. row for Banks Village, N. II., wherehe r.
will spend the summer..
I ,

Mr. A. P. Butman, ., .
of
OSCAR HAND & SON one Orlando's -' --- -.sr,
veteran winter residents, will start \.
tomorrow for Lawrence, Mass., wherehe
will spend the summer. He will
I go from here to Jacksonville where he
-.---' -- -. '- will take the boat for Boston. Mr LESSONS CHILDHOOD
Butman expects to return early in the
fall. When early taught, children generally con- ,

tinue to be thrifty and provident through >. i
Mr. S. J. Galpin left yesterday for r j : ..
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES his home in New York city after Youth, Maturity and Old Age. .. .... F- .1
spending his twenty-fifth season in
Orlando. He expects to return early This institution recommends the Savings I '
in the fall and the Sentinel
joins
Whether It Is Brooch, Bar.Pin, many of his friends in the wish that Account as the easiest means of teaching x

,. he will live long enough to make him children to save. Children quickly take r
Pendantor pass the half century mark in his annual -
pilgrimages to the City Beautiful pride in their own personal accounts and ,

and then some. easily develop the ability to regularly add
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best .K
value for your. money by; coming to us. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Freeland and to them. '

. We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine daughter, Miss Ella, who have been
< goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof spending several weeks in Orlando 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts.

merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly left yesterday afternoon for Torring- JT1Or1allo
ton, Conn., where they will
low. We also offer you choice selections and spend
the best service. three weeks or more and then journey
to San Francisco, Cal, where
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they
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We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it plan to remain until fall and then return -
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the to this city to remain for an indefinite -
wearer. sojourn.


Mrs. Wm. Briggs and daughters, n Bank & Trust t C CoMpy
Misses Sallie and Helen, after spend-
ing their ninth winter in Orlando ina
H T. H. EVANS most delightful manner at the homeof
.
Mr.
and Mrs. Preston Carpenter,
'
on Lake Cherokee.left yesterday af- ORLANDO, FLORIDAi : i iI
ternoon over the Atlantic Coast Line :.
I JEWELERMMMIIIMHiMIIIHilMMMIIIIIIMMt for Frost, Ky., where they will spend
the summer. They will return as us-
t, .- .,., ual early in the fall.
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