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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 8, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NO WARNING BY SUB-2,067 ABOARD ILL






, FATED VESSEL, U. S. NOTABLES DOOMED? ::


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ACCORDING TO REPORT BIG LINER WAS GIVEN NO LOSS OF 1,000 FEARED AFTER 4
WARNING BY GERMAN SUBMARINE AND PLUNGED JAPAN J HAS MODERATED SENATE KILLS BILL FOR R COUNCIL RETAINS $$100FROM 11 HOURS ELAPSE .


INTO BLOW WATERY WAS DELIVERED GRAVE WITH-MANY MINUTES AMERICAN AFTER CHINESE DEMANDS STATE NORMAL SCHOOL 0. W. & l. CO. SINCE DISASTER


NOTABLES WERE ON BOARD, INCLUD- THE DEATH TOLL MAY BE GREATS
WILL NOT MAKE GOOD UL- NORMAL DEPT. FOR CO. II. S. FAILURE SUPPLY WATER

ING ALFRED G. VANDERBILT AND TI5IATUM BY ACTUAL IS FAVORED-LEE CO.J. PRESSURE AT THVRSDAY'S -

ELBERT HUBBARD ;00 at Clonkilty, 500 at Queens-
WAR ON DRAGON P. REMOVED FIRE CAUSE
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I town, 100 at Kinsale, Saidto
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The Liquor Interests in Great Bad Check Law Passed and Bill Elanner Bros. to Build Sidetrack have Landed *
American
Embassy Says Only
Britain Have Won Their to Provide Librariesin -New Sidewalks Were 1,000IissinJ: : .

Fight Over the All Public Ordered for Hughey -.
Half Of Rescued
Passengers
GovernmentWashington SchoolsBy Street NEW YORK, MAY 7.-TIIE CUN- !

___ ___ -*' ARD OFFICES IN THIS CITY SAY .
May 7.-Japan has C. F. Johnson The city council met yesterday af- IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TONIGHT TO '
Ths Would Indicate That at Least 700 May Be Dead-2,067 on
modified her demands on China, ac- Tallahassee, Fla., May 7.-(Special ternoon in the regular bi-weekly ses- OBTAIN RELIABLE ESTIMATE OF

Board, 1,251 of Whom Were Passengers-i-At Midnight cording to official information con- to the Sentinel.-After consumingall sion. On a motion by Commissioner THE NUMBER or PERSONS WHO

700 Landed Near Cork, Others Landed at veyed today to Secretary Bryan. of two sessions in the senate today, Robertson, seconded and carried, it WERE SAVED FROM THE LUSI
Bryan would not give out the particu- the bill to establish a state normal was ordered that "$100 be retained TANIA. THE FOLLOWING CABLE

Kinsale-Great Loss of Life Feared lars by which there has been a modi- school at Madison was killed by a from the hydrant rent for the second MESSAGE WAS RECEIVED AT 10

fication, but it was the general feeling vote of 13 to 17.Senators. quarter of 1915, due the Orlando Water I P. J(. FROM THE COMPANY'S

t LONDON, MAY 8 (1 A. M.-THE CUNARD LINER LUSITANIA II j II at the department that the crisis had Oppose Davis and Light company on July 1, J OFFICES AT LIVERPOOL AND

WAS TORPEDOED BY A GERMAN SUBMARINE: OFF passed and that Japan would not haveto Senator Davis, author of the Davis 1915, as liquidated damages for their CONTMNED: ONLY THE \UTHOR- _

t THE SOUTHEAST COAST OF IRELAND, NEAR THE EN- make good her ultimatum by actualwar "package" bill, talked two hours for failure to provide pressure accroding ITATIVE INFORMATION WIIICHTIlE
on China. the measure at the morning session to contract with the city, at the fire OFFICIALS OF TilE LINE
TRANCE TO SAINT GEORGE'S CHANNEL, YESTERDAY
and was opposed by Senators Wells, on May 6 at the Guy Thomas house HAD RECEIVED:

AFTERNOON. Liquor Wins Himes, Adkins, Lindsey, Watson and and wood yard, and that the city I j "QUEENSTOWN WIRES: FIRST

ACCORDING TO A REPORT THAT THE EMBASSY\ HAS London, May 7.-Liquor interests I Roland. Senator Calkins spoke for clerk notify the company of the ac- OFFICER JONES THINKS THAT

JUST RECEIVED NO WARNING WAS GIVEN AND SHE have won their fight and the govern- the bill. tion of the council." '! ABOUT 500 TO 600 ARE SAVED.

SANK IN 18 MINUTES. ABOUT HALF OF THE PASSEN- ment has backed down and virtually] A Normal Department The council action in regard to the THIS INCLUDES THE PASSENGERS .

GERS WERE SAVED. abandoned its drastic proposals for Senator Watson favors an appropri- Orlando Water and Light company AND CREW AND IS TIlE s;

the taxing the drink traffic. ation for a normal department in was the first of its kind under the ONL\ ESTIMATE WE ARE ABLE 1
THE LUSITANIA HAD ON BOARD 2,067 SOULS, 1,231; OF
The chancellor of the exchequer today each county high school to bring the new contract. TO MAKE. j
WHOM WERE PASSENGERS, ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL announced that taxing proposals training home to those who need it Councilman Robertson reported hav- I "I N THE :MEANTIME WE ARE j

FIGURES RECEIVED FROM THE CUNARD OFFICE.IT would be abandoned for complete prohibition most. ing expended for lunch for the fire I GOING THROUGH THE HOTELS .

IS KNOWN THAT MORE THAN 1,300 WERE SAVED of the sale of spirits under ,1 Remove Lee County Justice laddies after the Thomas fire $250, !;AND LODGING HOUSES TONIGHT

AND A MESSAGE TO THE ADMIRALTY STATES THAT BEt three years old. ."'ihe only other matter consideredin which action was .approved by? Coun-I AND WILL WIRE TOMORROW _

TWEEN 500 AND 600 PASSENGERS WERE LANDED AT There will be compulsory bondingand the senate today was the suspen- cilman Johnson. 'I i TIlE FULLEST POSSIBLE LIST. .'l
Hanner Bros. "MEANWHILE THE
The council INJURED
QUEENSTOWN.AT a surtax of a shilling to be placedon sion of W. D. Frazer, of Lee county, granted j
build side track AND DEAD ARE TAKING UP ALL
all between permission to a across
spirits two and three from the office of justice of the peace.
MIDNIGHT 700 SURVIVORS HAD BEEN Irwin the northwest : i ii
LANDED AT years old. Removal order was made permanent. street on corner f ATTENTION"

CLONAKILTY, NEAR CORK, IRELAND, AND THREE OTHER The proposed duties on wines will. .Pass Bad Check Law of the Raehn plumbing shop, the con- I i
BOATS OF RESCUED struction to be under the supervision CUNARD THE ,.
PASSENGERS ARE not be with. Beer duties
REPORTED MAKING proceeded I The house passed the bad check law,
of the city engineer. I DEAD WILL PROVE EVENTUALLY -
will be withdrawn.This .
THE HARBOR AT THAT HOUR. a bill to exempt all farm and groveproducts
The the for TO BE NEARLY
result follows council grantel petition I 1,000.
OTHER PASSENGERS HAVE numerous con- from license tax, and also a
BEEN LANDED AT KIN- ferences between sidewalks on the east side of Hughey I THIS BELIEF IS BASED ON THE t tI
SALE. Lloyd George and (bill to provide libraries in the public
representatives of the brewers and schools. street from Central avenue to Veach I FACT THAT 14 HOURS HAVE J

THE NUMBER ARRIVING THERE IS NOT REPORTED.A distillers and of the retail liquor The labor statistics bureau bill was street, the grade to be established by I I ELAPSED SINCE THE SINKING .,:
GREAT LOSS OF LIFE the city engineer. OF THE LUSITANIA AND PRACTICALLY -
IS
FEARED DESPITE HOPEFUL trade. Plans for restricting the sale killed in the house.YESTERDAY'S. j
ALL THE BOATS HAVE
STATEMENTS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT AND STEAM- of intoxicants where war materialsare
HAD PLENTY OF TIME TO COME
ALFRED ST.CLAIR-ABRAMS: DIED
SHIP OFFICES. manufactured and where shippingis
RESULTS OR BE HEARD FROM.
ASHORE
carried remain be WEDNESDAY NIGHT
on to worked out.
THE LAST OFFICIAL STATEMENT TO BE ISSUED BE- ASSUMING THAT 700 HAVE 1 9

FORE MIDNIGHT CAME FROM THE AMERICAN Southern LeagueChattanoogaAtlanta BEEN LANDED AT CLONAKILTY,
EMBASSY China Will Yield Alfred St. Clair-Abrams, of Ta- .

THIS MESSAGE READ: "THE EMBASSY HAS JUST RE- Peking.-There is a good reason to scheduled. rain. Only wares, died at his home Wednesday 500 AT QUEENSTOWN POSSIBLY -

CEIVED A MESSAGE STATING THAT ABOUT HALF THE believe that China is prepared to con- game South Atlantic League evening at 9 o'clock. Mr. Abramswas 100 AT KINSALE, THIS
PASSENGERS a son of :Major St. ClairAbramsof WOULD LEAVE NEARLY too
OF cede
THE LUSITANIA everything demanded
WERE SAVED AND THE by Japan, Augusta 2, Jacksonville 0. Only STILL TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR
SHIP SANK IN MINUTES." realizing that the situation is hope- game played, rain.National. this city.
He has been a resident of Tavaresfor
AMONG THE WELL League .
KNOWN PASSENGERS WERE ALFRED less.This possible outcome to the a number of years. For several WILL MOTOR TO SPARTANBURG
pres- Boston 11, New York 7.
G.
4.l VANDERBILT, ELBERT HUBBARD, MRS. HUB- ent tense situation is not generally years he was the owner and editor of '
Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 4.
BARD, LADY MACKWORTH, AND SIR HUGH LEE. comprehended in Peking; consequently Chicago 2, Cincinnati 9. the Tavares Herald. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Butler expect '

a number of foreign residents, as Brooklyn-Philadelphia, wet ground. The body, accompanied by,his fain to close their pretty home, No. 12 :

Facts About LusitaniaThe IMPORTANT RULING IN LIBEL well as Chinese themselves, are today American League er, will arrive in Jacksonville this Gore avenue, on Monday and will "'

Lusitania was built in 1907 at CASE packing their personal belongingsand New York 3,Boston 5. morning at 6:45 o'clock. Funeral ar board their Henry Ford touring car, j

., Glasgow by J. Brown and Co. Her otherwise preparing for eventual- Philadelphia 4, Washington 1. rangements will be announced later accompanied by their chauffeur, M. ;
gross tonnage and indi- by Moulton & Kyle.-Times-Union. Bennet, and hike for Spartanburg,
was 32,000,
;
Syracuse N.
Y., May 7.-The defense ities.Eki St. Louis 2, Detroit 11.
cated horse power 70,000. Her lengthwas in the Barnes-Roosevelt libel Ilioki, the Japanese minister to Federal League S. C. The route will be by Gaines- 1

790 feet, breadth 88 feet, and suit was definitely instructed by the China, went to the Chinese foreign Brooklyn 4, Kansas City 1. FRANCE NOW IS ON THE WATER ville, Fla., over the proposed Dixie

depth 60.6 feet. court this afternoon that it would be office between 3 and 4 o'clock this Newark 5, Chicago 4. WAGON highway i to Atlanta, and thence over :

In 1908 the Lusitania made the trip better to cease firing at the Albany afternoon and presented the Japanese Baltimore 9, Pittsburgh 10. what is called the New York highwayto

between New York and Queenstownin :editor's printing record, as the Roosevelt ultimatum, which insists that China Buffalo-St. Louis, rain. Paris.-The Petit Parisien says i it Spartanburg. -
4 days and 15 hours. lawyers wer introducing accede to the demands presented by has been informed the governmentwill Mr. and Mrs.\ Butler are two of Or- ,

The record established by the Lusi- testimony to show that the Lyon expert the Tokio government. AT introduce a bill prohibiting abso lando's most ardent boosters and they ;;
company THE GRAND
LAST NIGHT
tania in 1908 was broken by her sis- of which Barnes was a stock lutely tlie manufacture, sale and will be equipped; on this trip with literature ;

ter ship, "Mauretania in 1910, which j I holder, had overcharged the state for Attack Constantinople A large audience was entertainedby transport of all alcoholic drinks dur banners and practical information j
made a record run between New York ing the war. Even beverages contain about the City Beautiful which .1+
, printing, when the court made the Paris.-The first attack of the war Miss\ Fritzi Scheff in "Pretty Mrs.
and Queenstown in 4 days, 10 hours ruling. on Constantinople is ing a slight proportion of alcohol, i it they intend using to the very best
reported in an Smith, at the Grand last t
nightI
and 41 minutes. With advantage. It will be a trip for pleasure
the sinking Bowers, for Roosevelt unofficial is understood, will be prohibited. -
f' thereuponmade dispatch from Athens. It of
was one Manager Tallman's
greatest
of the and will be made
Titanic and Lusitania the Mau by easy stages. #
a long speech about what he is said three Russian aviators flew pictures. The Taft few seconds of

retania The is the fastest steamer afloat. expected to prove. He did not, however over the city, dropping several bombs, the film-"Mr. and Mrs. Smith" be PAINTED STORE BUILDING YESTERDAY 3IAN WHO COMMANDED LIGHT 's
displacement of the Lusitania
say he had any proof that which are believed to have caused extensive fore the fireplace-were the most fin I
was 45,000 tons. On a full days run Barnes knew BRIGADE IN HISTORIC .
I
of the
overcharge in the damage. ished and artistic touches to the five
she burned 1,000 tons of coal. I case of the state document The P. B. Wicoff is a firm believer i in CHARGE DIES '
then un message says, also, the Rus- reels of premier comedy. 4
The Lusitania relied on speed and der examination.The sian Black sea fleet bombarded the the clean-up, paint-up campaign and

.in sailing from New York on her last document was ruled out and Turkish forts on the left bank of the showed the right spirit yesterday by London.-Lieut. Gen. William Henry ;

trip counted on eluding German sub- the expert dismissed. The decisionis Bosphorusk 7ednesday Several Rus- BIG CONVENTION FOR ORLANDO painting his store building on Veach Beaumont de Horsy, who commanded .

marines by developing nearly 28 an important one as it affects much sian shells fell within about ten milesof street. It was hot and hard work the famous Light Brigade in
knots per hour.ALTERATIONS. testimony tending to show that Constantinople. The annual meeting of the Florida but Mr. Wicoff intends to enlist his i its charge at Balaklava, died last y

was a graft at Albany, and unless printing Citrus Exchange will be held in Or efforts towards a cleaner and healthier night aged eighty-nine. He enteredthe a
IN BOARDMAN Barnes is lando the latter part of this month or Orlando. army in 1844, became a major f
proved to be
directly con ANOTHER BLIND TIGER RAIDED the first of June. The Board of Trade general in 1878 and retired in 1883.
BLOCKF. nected with this
graft it is
likely that
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will have
charge of the entertainment
N. Boardman has secured all evidence will be ruled out. The FLORIDA PHOSPHATE LAND
a per- police got busy last night and
and will be doneto RAIN
program everything New York. James B. WORTH MONEYs
Duke
;; mil from the city to make alterations When court adjourned the defensewas raided the blind tiger operated by one show the visitors a good time. It tobacco- manufacturer millionaire j
f in his brick block at 104-110 South still arguing. The Barnes C. is de
print George on West Church
street. He is
that
expected the sessions will be fendant in a suit, trial of which The heavy rain yesterday afternoon.
Orange avenue. He intends to put in ing connections question will be set pleaded guilty. The arrest made wabegun
was attended by at least 1,000. today in the and evening spelled money for the "
light courts to'light the stores under tled Monday, when the defense closes. by Officer! Broom. The police have brought by the Interstate supreme Chemical court 1, truckers, fruit growers, and farmers. _
same and proposes to wall up the started a drastic
CLEAN-UP WEEK cleanupblindtigercampaign. GERMANS ADVISED TO LEAVE company a Virginia corporation, It was badly needed in this section'1
light NEAR FINISH .
courts with galvanized shingles, .
> and was welcomed, bringing with it
which owns and
;. and will not build anything above the Clean-up week which has been operates phosphatemines
Paris.-The Vatican has advised aH in Florida. an appreciated coolness and drop in 1
{ present: line of the roof, but will drop scrupulously observed in Orlando this SUNDAY FAIR German and Austrian ecclesiasticsand thermometer.
the skylights down on a level with the week, draws to a close today. Today
theological students to leave "THE BLACK;
k BOX" TONIGHT
second floor of the building and cover is Junior League day. Each day has Florida: Partly beat 1
cloudy by
Rome Tipperary
Saturday Betty's
the ; immediately according to a dispatch "The Black Box" at the Roof Garden Basting
-
"walls had results .
roof'_ from there to' the ,present and from now on every showers in central and northeast por- to the Petit Parisien from the theatre tonight. Do not fail to Bellybands for Belgians; 15c. Curtis ;'
as"stated. week will be
,t" a clean-up week. I tions. Sunday fair. Italian capitaL see it. & O'Neal, book and music store. ;

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I II lltllMitilMlllllllilMIMMIIIIIMMIMIIilI BELIEVES STATE BOARD OF .
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WE DELIVER THE GOODS EQUALIZATION WILL SOLVE DAILY SPO1fLERER
SUBJECT OF TAXATION I


. I Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service/ I ; Tallahassee Fla., May 6.-Mr. J. F. BY FRANK G..'(ENKF hoosier
Jaudon, assessor of taxes of Dade The Famous New York Spirting :

., county, believes that if the legislatureof Expert. f._ *, a .
Florida enacts into the laws house r.. I,
Harley-Davidson Truck
bill No. 413, as introduced by Mr. McDonald I New York.-The chances of a negro -.

FOR QUICK SERVICE : : of Dade county, creating a i ever holding' a pugilistic title in the
state board of equalization, that the
:.: :.. much discussed subject of taxation future are practically nil. Every di- Spring Water

vision champion now is a white man. .
will be solved, as far as can be done
. :: PHONE 444 : at this time or until such a time as and each champion has vowed that he

.. section 11 of article 9 can be added to will never meet a negro i.i a title bat-

the constitution, said article readingas ..
Good and Bad Cigar Stores follows: tle.
.. Jack Johnson's conduct while champion -
Article
,t 9 caused the lifting of the bars WE have just received a large
.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Sec. 11. The power of taxation
shall be surrendered, against the negroes. Johnson's actions -
never suspendedor supply of this nice water. Ringus
i.. contracted away. All taxes shall brought the pugilistic game into
e be uniform upon the same class of worse repute than it ever was. The up and order a 5 gallon demi
r= OUR MOTTO\ property within the territorial limitsof
:
salvation for the ring was '
only game
e the authority levying the tax, and john.IT'S .
shall be levied and collected for public the; defeat of Johnson by a white
Small Profits and Quick Returns"Call purposes only; that all the consti- man, and now that it has been accomplished -
tutional provisions contained in the champoinship battles between
constitution of Florida in conflict with .
us on phone at any time for prices on Feeds. negroes and whites are passed.
the: above and foregoing section shall
t Our prices are the same to one and all and you will NOT be and the same are hereby repealed.Mr. Jess Willard has refused to meet A FINE TABLE WATER '

Jaudon says that the ratification negro challengers. The fight fans
be met with that impertinent question "Who is this?"
stand. wantno
of this amendment will make it back him up in his They

possible for the legislature of 1917 to more mixed bouts. The ring gameis

THE COOPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. put into effect any of a number of none too pure as it is. It narrowly StoreJ.
City Drug|
t. W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson. Street and R.R. PHONE 447 very desirable changes in the presenttax escaped death while a negro held the |
law, i.e. supreme title. And those who love

a. The separation of state and the game for the game's sake, and
county taxes.b. those who love it for the money it L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy

WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES or Hmite4.powers.. A tax commission with absolute brings them want to keep it alive.

: c. Any other. good plan which the Joe Gans was a model champion. 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA
; legislature might elect. le never did anything to hurt the
t'- "The Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The
However, at present, or until our Rather he helped it. George
game.
ascertain "How The War
House of Mirth" efforts are being made to Began.
"Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Say." In Paris constitution can be so amended, it Dixon was another negro who was a U -U
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner seems that the state board of equalization credit to the ring game. Joe Wolcottwas
and "Darkness and Daylight": see new developments of "The Conspiracy." as plar.ned is by far the best liked by whites as well as negroes -
All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eter-
that has as yet been proposed, and because he fought cleanly and
nal City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War. The Teutons wish "To
Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." that he is open to conviction if the with honor. But the cleanness and '
,
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has tax commission or any one has a better honesty of those negroes has been The 14ai'ietOF
ceased in many places. A ruler' is constantly "The Victim" of plots and and he is of
plan, willing to be con- discounted by the public because
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and ."The Valley of vinced, but in his opinion, no such Jack Johnson's actions that brought
Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are We plan has been presented by any one disgrace to the race he represented. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that along this line. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The -
In accordance with house
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does concurrent Another three weeks or so and the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
not send forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of resolution' No. 32 of the legisla-
majority of pugs will go in their Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Dishonor." ture of 1911, Governor A. W. Gil-
summer retirement. The fans for-
: christ appointed a tax commission to and pare. .
\v. S. BRANCH, investigate this subject. This com- sake ring contests in close, stuffy are- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the hot months and
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE mission consisted of Honorable W. S. nas during pur- everything in the Meat Line. .
sue outdoor pleasures, thus forcing
Jennings, Judge T. L. Clark and Major -
most of the fight club gents to shut
Eugene Matthews.. These gen- up shop and pray for September: to H. :lSelf: & Co.
tlemen had before them refer-
every hustle around. pHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
ence work that they could obtain
on
And the pugs? Oh, they do various
taxation and finances of the various
I
I things during the summer. If they
states of the Union, and after consid-
happen to be top-notchers, with
ering all of them, their conclusion
was
healthy bank rolls, they rusticate for
that one of the four following meth-
three months in their villa-by-the-sea,
Three Moderate
ods should be the system adopted in A
or tour the country. The "pork and
Florida:
>eaners," who are not too lazy get
(1) A of equalization the ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
system by
Priced jobs that enable them to keep in shape
Cottages creation and maintenance of a state .
board of equalization to equalize the and keep in food, or they get their

valuations of the counties upon which friends to stake them to a roll large

: For Sale or to Rent the(2)state By tax the is state based.furnishing the enough to provide the necessaries of SHEET METAL CO. '
life until the for the
counties with the amount required for open season pu-
state purposes from such county, each jilistically inclined comes around
county to proceed in its own way to again.
raise the amount and forward to the Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos,
state. The recent Johnson-Willard bout in ,

((3)) The state to base its own value Havana brought together many prizefighting and Rubber Roofings i
ations upon the total expenditures by gents-and most of them

the(4)counties.) The separation of the wore cauliflower ears. On the night Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal
'. C. A. HOVEY state and local taxation, providingthat sourcesof before the fight it so happened that Ceiling;

the state shall assess its taxes Mike Gibbons, wearing a deformed

upon railroads, telegraphs, telephones, ear, Bat Nelson, wearing two, Steam- Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
and licenses for the full amount of its '
boat Bill Scott and Willie Beecher
revenue and providing that the coun-
ties may levy their own taxes for possessed of one each, together with
county purposes, other than the several other funny-eared folks were ,
I sources mentioned. standing in groups in the lobby of
Of the four plans outlined above
the Hotel Plaza, when a Cuban came .
this: tax commission said: "After con-
sidering al lof these plans and much in from the Isle of Pines. He sightedthe

investigation and discussion of the operation cauliflowered group, gasped, took
r of each and the conditions another squint, and then said: The Orlando Meat Market
upon which they are enforced, it is I
"I I born Cuban andso
glad
the am was a
judgment and opinion of the com-
Hammond &GoreFUNERAL mission that, if practicable, Florida escaped the risk of inheriting such I T. A. YANCY. Manager
should enter upon a new system of ears."
taxation, by separating the sources of
revenue for state and local taxation." Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choicq
10 DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS. ; | 1 This commission by invitation called CAPE HAITIEN TAKEN POSSESSION -
the tax assessors of Florida to Jack- OF BY REVOLUTIONISTS Florida and Western Meats
sonville in 1912. Chairman Jenningsset
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES'::11>t forth the four plans suggested and I
Game Etc.
after a lengthy discussion by the as- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,

COMPARE sessors present, they agreed that the Cape Haitien, Haiti.-Dr. Rosalvo i
plan suggested by the commission was Bobo, leader of the revolutionary Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town:OrdcrsBusiness .
by far the best for Florida and en- 1
OUR FURNITUREWe dorsed the s me. movement against President Guil-I 135 :JP. O. BOX 226 *
1 1 With the research made by this laume, rode into Cape Haitien todayat PHONES / Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church-St.
commission and the recommendationof the head of a strong detachment .
provide the quality of furniture that has long the assessors, this tax commission cavalry. ;
Tt made a very exhaustive, comprehensive -
been accepted >y knowing furniture buyers as the and full report to his
standard of merit. If an article is "here it is good. Governor Park Trammell, excellency sixty days, -- -

It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make before the convening of the legisla- .
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones ture of 1913. e

of this business, and that means much to any buyer. ,
1 I
HARDWARE PETERSBURG CONVENTION NEXT WEEK AT ST. Pure Ice CreerriI


eNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, A-

Florida hardware men will be turn-
il Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. ing their steps towards the Sunshine I I I'I

i J City early next week. The annual When you want PURE ICE For Party

!' meeting of the State Hardware Deal- 'I CREAM call for HAND'S. If

ers' Association is to be held in St. you don't believe that we take Club I III'
Petersburg :May 11, 12 and 13, and '
the greatest care in its manu'Ve make Ice Cream from
II' our
from all accounts the arrangementshave Church Social
been completed and all delegateswill facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All

CAREY HAND have a pleasant and profitable make it. You will be surprised School 1 Social ,1
cans, moulds and everything
stay in that city.: The program has at the care every detail is given.
been carefully made and it would appear used in the manufacture of our Lodge i
Any kind you want, any time
t
that the hardware men would is steril
Ice Cream thoroughly
: FUNERAL DIRECTOR it. In
want quantity
find some time for diversion and social you any PicnicOrder '

pleasures outside of the convention from a quart up. ized.
AND EMBALMERAll \
hall. You invited to
are cordially Hands Pure'' ;

inspect our factory at any
NEW BUILDINGS FOR DEAF AND
time. Ice Cream
BLIND
calls answered Promptly Day COST SCHOOL$30,000 TO


or Night. Hand Block. St. Augustine.-New buildings cost- t
-
ing approximately $30,000 will be
HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
Orlando Florida. erected within the coming year as
part of the plant of the state school

for the deaf and the blind here, as a
PHONEJ639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 result of action taken by the state PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Streetp.

j legislature in providing the necessary

i appropriations.

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COMMISSIONER OF AGRICUL-- 'fights made for and Against the various ness by this bill; and he expects to iHtMltitiliMIHilliMHIMIIIItitllMIIIIMIMMMMIMMMMMilllliMIMI ,

TURE WILL ATTEND'STOCKMEN'S bills as they are reached on' the have strong opposition from certain 1
MEETING AT KIS- calendar. corporation! interests. Mr. Farris's J JPB
SIMMEE SATURDAY Farris Wants Bills Passed gift of oratory has won for him a rep-
Senator Ion L. Farris, of Duval utation that he should feel proud to

<] ahassee, Fla., May .-Commis- county,)s.priming himself for a volcanic ,own and fiis arguments prepared for
sio TT of Agriculture W. A. McRae eruption of oratory? on two bills I the fight expected later this week willno
has been invited to attend a stock : that have been in committee for the doubt be so forceful that he will

men's meeting to be heldin Kissimmee -I past three weeks. The first that he i succeed in the passage of the two bills STORE'

on May 8, and stated today that intends.to make a fight for is the I[in the senate.FLORIDA THE BIG
. he would attend. This "cattle day" Harrison anti-trust bill, passed in the
is attracting much attention all over house after a strong fight and reported PRODUCTS ARE SELLING -

the state, and indications are that the favorably by unanimous vote in FAST IN OTHER

attendance will be large. Osceola} the senate committee of corporation SECTIONSJacksonville.That

county has been making great strides Tuesday night. This bill is said.to bea the shipment at

along the lines of raising the standardof redraft of the Texas anti-trust law, present of vegetables from this stateis

their stock during the past few and to have been passed on by the : of great proportions as well as the

years, being one of the first countiesin United States supreme court. The I' fact that generally good prices are be-
the state to make use of the dip- other bill that Senator Farris will ing received were statements made

ping pens under government supervision support with a well prepared speechis yesterday by J. P. Hewett, secretaryand
to rid the county of cattle tick. that taxing franchises of railroads, manager of the Florida Market

Several prominent cattle men have telegraphs and telephone companies, ing Bureau, which organization is
been breeding up their herds of cat- and all public utilities. Mr. Farris handling products in car load lots for

. tIe and bringing to that county some says there are some combinations in its members as well as the split ship-
fine horses and mules during the three the state that will be put out of busi- ments. !

years just- past, and it is the intentionof EI-L FFBRING
the stock men and members of the

board of trade that the county shall

make a reputation that will rival any SPRAYINGFor .

county in the state. ..
State Chemist Is Not Worried
White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
State Chemist R. E. Rose stated at FOR
secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites
the bureau last night that the
press infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
efforts to have him removed througha .
Compound.
bill that pending in the house
was
These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
did not worry him as he was pre- be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
pared to meet any requirements of lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
that could be made.
any investigation Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing TlillrsdayFriday
whom
He has asked the committee to
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
the bill was referred to make an investigation -
you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
and since it is understood
that the bill had its conception in the

brain of a smooth politician, there is J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
little chance for the measure to reach
,
the calendar of the house.Reapportionment and I
in 1917 Florida r SaturdayLast

Since the passage of the census bill -
in the house Tuesday there seems to

be no doubt that a reapportionmentof
the representation will be made in

1917. The senate is practically unani-

mous for the census measure, since
that body recognizes its constitutional NOW'S THE TIMEto

t duty in the matter. Representative
Newton week set a high-water mark of valuesin
while the census bill was
get ready for the rainy season.
pending in the house, offered an
amendment that meant the saving of PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH the BIG STORE'S Week-end Sale that is

$15,000 to the state on the census. FINLEY'S GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT

The bill was amended to pay only $1.00 per Gallon at not easy to reach. Hundreds of women who
31-2 cents per name for towns of

5,000 population and over. After this bought are now counting their purchases as
amendment was adopted then the to-

tal amount of the appropriation was Finley'sPioneer the best Bargains ever bought in this city.
cut to $60,000 instead of $75,000.

Prohibition Movement Started' Has Just CORNER COURT AND PINE STREETS But'this week's sale will equal last week's in

Although members of the house as- :
j the remarkable values we are giving.
sert they were promised by the pro- _
-
hibition forces that when the amend

ment for state wide prohibition was

passed in the house, there would be no
further legislation asked for in this
,20,9
session, nearly every session brings
BLEACHED TABLE MILLINERY: SPECIAL CHILDREN'S
SHOES
forth some new temperance law. It
LINEN Ladies' Trimmed Hats sizes 8'/ to 2
appears that the temperance people regular; $2
feel so confident of success with every 2 yards wide, beautiful de- values up to $7.50 for and $2.50 quality for

bill, now that the Davis bill has be- signs, 75c. quality for
$1.39CHILDREN'S
come a law, they will pursue their 49c $3.98LADIES'
legislative program until the state
will be practically dry without a state SOX
wide vote by the people. It has been RICE CLOTH PARASOLSin Fancy colors, sizes 4 to 7,
'(UK1.A/ID }1txIdV Plain white, very popular regular 25c.
suggested that the governor might white, hemstitched and quality for
t: 25c. qualityfor
V1i1c.u this season,
put off the date of going into effect embroidered, slightly
mentioned in the Davis bill as Sep- 15c
soiled, values up to $2.50
tember 30, to May 1, 1916, in order r15e
that those now engaged in the saloon for LADIES'
HOSE
SUPPOR-
business might reconstruct their sys- Different--- RATINE. 98cCHILDREN'S TERS '_
tem of business. This, however, will
weaves, Silk, all
Plain and fancy colors, SOc.
be opposed, and it is not believed the quali-
all colors, 75c. and $1.00 ty for
would consider
governor postponingthe DRESSES

date for the law to go into effect. and as much better as it is differentLess quality for44c Splendid line, all sizes, 25c
Sale of Everglades Bonds
$1.50 value for
The internal improvement board gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less
has practically closed a deal for the skidding; more comfort, morepower, greater speed. BATH TOWELS 7 98eLADIES' BAKER'S COCOA, half lb.
sale of another large block o fthe Ev- These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. Pure Bleached, good size cans, special for

erglade drainage bonds, and Attorney They are assured by mechanical laws. and weight, 15c. quality
General T. F. West left Tuesday for GOWNS 20c

New York to confer with probable Read the Five Leading Oakland lOci Made of a good quality of H

purchasers and their attorneys. The Fine Nainsook lace and BEST HEAD RICE, ,

work of drainage is progressing nice- I i MEN'S SHIRTS embroidery trimmed Extra special, 14 pounds
ly, and the sale of bonds at this time Superiorities BelowEvery Splendid new line, neat design for

indicates the financial condition of the coat stales, $1.50 50c

country is rapidly improving and that feature works towards a definite economy- quality for $1.00MATTRESS
the credit of the state of Florida
maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with
stands above par in bond markets. low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, $1.23 REDFERN CORSETSThe
Governor and Wife Hosts ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. only real whale bone

Thursday evening Governor and Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's PILLOW TOPS corset on the market, $3 Full size, made of pure
Mrs. Park Trammell had as their real road test-and decide. white coton, $7.50 quality
a Made of .Burlap, .fancy $4.00, $5.00; and $6.00
guests at an informal reception all The Ookland Fours and for
Catalogue upon request. patterns, 35c. quality for
values all at just . .
members of the legislature,their fam- sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t.. ..
ilies, members of the press, and the $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. + 25cUNDERWEAR Half Price $4.79 1
people of Tallahassee generally. This
reception is looked forward to with MOTOR COMPANYPontiac BARGAINSFor

pleasure, especially by many of the Misses and Children, MEN'S SHOES HAMMOCKSMade i

old time members of the legislature,, MichiganJ. some of them slightly Black and Tan Oxfords of a good quality .,
,
to whom the governor and his lovable soiled, 25c. and 35c. quality Khaki cloth, $1.39 quality i
Baker lasts, $-1.00 quality for
wife have endeared themselves in for

years past. B. MAGRUDER Jr. 98c
Crop Pest Dill Agent 10c $2.79

The crop pest bill was the first ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
piece of general legislation to be i t

signed by the governor and become a 1-Great Strength
law. New bills are being certified to with light weight. 1

the governor from every session, and
while most of these have been local 2.-High Speed Motor o

bills, the state wide laws have reached with great power.

the stage of enactment that tells their 3-Low center of Yowell-Duckworth Go. !

fate. So far the governor has not ve- of gravity with usual
toed any measure sent to him, and has road clearance. 4
not indicated his displeasure with any 1. f fOrlando's
I
particular bill pending. The numberof 4-F lying wedge 1
Lines with least wind
bins passed on each, day in both ,
resistance. Store. "Quality Did It.
houses is increasing rapidly, most of Largest
the time during the month hav- 5 E with
past c o n o m y
ing been devoted to committee consid- I Luxury. '

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TiHE DAILY ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. /

-. South Florida Sentinel Forage Grocery Co9sSaturday
and Mrs. W. II. Hull, who have
.
MORNING AND WEEKLY been residents of this city for the past

r. ::. GLENN ...... ....Editor nine seasons, will leave today for and Monday Special
W. C. ESSINGTOV ....::Bu.ine.' Maaacu
-- Richfield Springs, N. Y., with the
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida avowed intention of returning next SATURDAY SPECIALS :.t
as Second Class Mail Matter. "QUANTITY AND QUALITY"Satisfied .
fall and remaining throughout the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES customers are our best ad\ertisement.
; winter and at their home, 208
Daily. 1 Yqr ........................ S5; .00 spring
Daily:: 6 Months 2.50 1.25 Palmetto street. 15 pounds sugar . . . . . . . $1.00
i Daily' : 3 Months .
:: Daily: 1 M.nth .. ..60Weekly. Kingan's sliced breakfast bacon, 1 lb. box . . .30 .
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Berle of Flint,
;" I Year ...................... $*.00 Excellent hams, per Ib . . . . . . 18
Mich., who have been spending the
t ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Breakfast bacon and strips, the very best per lb.. .20 SALE !
here departed
winter and ,
I ADVANCETO spring season Creamery butter, per pound . . . . . 38
the Atlantic
yesterday over
ADVERTISERS: Compound lard, per pound . . . . . .10 56Extraordinary
Coast Line for their summer home in
c.py for display and all other hand-vet Irish potatoes, per peck . . . . . .20 NO.
the Wolverine State. They
are con-
adnrtiunc muM be hands in at the bnsiaM 7 cans baby size Globe cream . . . . .25;
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. templating returning here next
; office the day before publication. This rule applies season 7 cans tall size Globe cream . . . . . .50

r to ehaflfv for contract be advertising adhered: to.It i. for an indefinite stay. 3 cans condensed milk . . . . . . .2;)
Invariable and will strictly:
: Corn beef per can . . . . . . . .20
:Mr. and Mrs. Walter :Martin and
i Subscriber desiring the The office Sentinel writing discontinued on- 3 cans tomatoes (3 pound size) . . . . .25 ValuesIn
should notify: in daughter, Miss Esther, were
:. the date 6t expiration otherwise it will be passen- 3 cans corn ((2 pound size) . . . . . .25
at the. regular subscription rates gers over the Atlantic Coast Line
continued until -notice to stop is received. yes- Good early June peas, per can, 2 Ib . . . .10
Telephone N.mb> ...................... 24 terday for Jacksonville, where they Table peaches (3 pound can), per can . . . .17 .
will board the Clyde Line steamer for
r SATURDAY MAY 8, 191;). New York. They are en route to 3 cans soup . . . . . . . . .25
3 bottles tomato catsup . . . . . . .25 .
points in Massachusetts where
they
3 bottles pickles . . . .ee. . . . 25 NotionSAFETY
WELL. WHAT will spend the summer. .
3 bottles jam . . . . . . . . .2;)

WOULD HAPPEN 3 glasses jelly . . . . . . . . .25
Lusi- Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Traver who have
The sinking of the big liner Extracts, per bottle . . . . . .. OS
tania, yesterday was a disaster that been spending the season at their 3 packages corn starch . . . . . . .2;)
pretty home, 502 East street, left last
will strain the diplomatic department Pure cane syrup, per gallon . . . . . .60. PINS
immense stir at night on the 12:30 train for their sum- -
I' and precipitate an Hallo icing and topping for cakes, etc., per can . .20

f Washington. Invariably the first mer headquarters, Fine View, on the Fresh boiled ham per pound . . . . 35 Dozen on a card, assorted, or in single
St. Lawrence river, where will
question one ,asked after hearing of they Cream cheese per pound . . . . . .20 sizes
the disaster was "Was it right?" No, remain during the heated term. They Best rice, 7 pounds for . . . . . . .50

it was not right even though the Ger- will will be look missed forward by many friends who 3 cans 10 cent size syrup . . . . . .2;) Saturday 2 cards for 5c
vessels to their return in .
(. man embassy had warned all : the fall. 3 packages macaroni or spaghetti . . . .25m ;

to stay clear of the so-called war :J cans pork and beans . . . . . . .2;)

:: zone. It was not right and the :Kai- Mrs. L. R. Cornish Fancy kidney beans, per can, 2 lb. size . . .10 BEST ENGLISH PINS
: Or-
ser knows it. Why should a vessel lando's was among AH 10 cent plug tobacco 3 for. . . . . .2;)

&, carrying a civil population be sunk; popular winter visitors depart- All 5 cent smoking tobacco, 6 for . . . . .25; Sat'd'y 3 packets for lOc
ing yesterday morning the At-
B why should Americans be imperiledby over Snuff, 6 cans for . . . . . . . .2;)
German ? True, the ship lantic Coast Line for Anniston Ala.,
torpedoes
We handle a full lines of all kinds of feeds. Ask us for
t where she will visit her daughter, and
warned it now that its
was ; appears prices, as we can save A guarantee
., destruction was planned at all haz- then go to Chautauqua, N. Y., where with all our goods. you money. goes BIAS BINDINGAll -

", ards, and that it was carried out as she will reopen "Longfellow Cottage."
proved by the dispatches. Americans While in Orlando Mrs. Cornish made 21 WEST CHURCH STREET widths 12 :yards in bolt.

should stay at home? Yes, but even her home with Rev. and Mrs. E. T. jf Telephone 638 Saturday bolt 5c

: at that why should the :Kaiser war on Poulson. ----- --- ------- -
steamships, trawlers and sailing vessels I -
? It is stated that no complica- Mr. and Mrs. Davis Monroe of Fitzgerald -I .

tions will arise at Washington unless Ind., who have been in Orlando 1 1 10 YARDS 36-INCH BLEACHEDSHEETING

Americans were victims. If Ameri- for a couple of weeks left yester- ,

cans like Alfred Vanderbilt should die day morning over the Atlantic Coast The 12i/!c. quality
from a German torpedo what would Line for Sanford where they will take

happen? the Clyde Line boat for at rip down Saturday 10 yds for 85c

o the St. Johns river to Jacksonville,

HOW CAN THIS and from there by rail to the Hoosier

BE REMEDIED: State. They expressed themselves as 10 YARDS 36-INCH PAJAMA CLOTH-
very much pleased with this city and
What amounted to a virtual "fine" will pay this section another visit in The Underwear quality, regular 12/ c
was the $100 ordered retained from the fall.

the hydrant h fund yesterday_ by the Saturday 10 yds for 85c

city council because the Orlando NOTCE OF ELECTION FOR RENT AND SALEThe
Water and Light company failed to

maintain the specified 100 pound Notice is hereby given to the reg- 40-INCH WHITE SILK CREPE DE
pressure at the Thomas fire Thursday istered voters of Ocoee that there will ..
be election CHINE-
an held at that
afternoon. It is stated only 50 pounds Monday June 7, 1915 to decide place upon on Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America
pressure was obtained. This was inadequate incorporating the town. 5-7-4w Our regular $1.50 quality,
Street. Lot 67V x332. House is modern and contains
to battle the flames. The

Sentinel is not fighting the battles of TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and Saturday for $1.29

the O. W. & L. Co. but in justice to fruit
bearing trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
them it should be stated that at least WANTED-Second hand sofa, me-
500 water hydrants around the dium size; must be cheap. J. Van 46-INCH WHITE MOHAIR SICILIAXS-
city
Buskirk, Room 3, Rock Bldg., city.
were open at the hour of the fire for 5-8-3t Exceptional values for 65 cents
sprinkling purposes. This diverted

the stream and power. To have ANTED-Grove, truck garden, or Saturday for 49c
maintained the required pressure of small farm to care for. Address
Room 4,19 W. Church Orlando
street ,
100 pounds as specified in the contract Fla.

the machinery at the power plant 5-8-3t S. Y. WAY 36-INCH WHITE PURE SILK .

might have been ruined, said a repre- FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, MESSALINEOur -

sentative of the company yesterday.SIDELIGHTS 5 passenger in good condition; ex-
a tra equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue. regular $1.00 quality. .
Insurance and Real
Estate
Cheap. Geo. A. Boar.: Agent ]

5-8-lmoc Saturday for 79c

By W. S. Branchy TONIGHT begins a series of free PHONE 172

public debates given under the aus- is the LAST DAY
pices of the Socialist Party, Local Or- Saturday you can parti-
The Tampa and Jacksonville papersare lando, at the Labor Hall 116 Orange cipate in the enormous Price Reductionson
constantly printing "get together" a\esue.: Tonight's topic will be "The
editorials and enlarging on the advan- Wage System." and the debate will
start at 8 o'clock. The admission is EMBROIDERIESALL :
tages of the get together spirit in '
any free and all are welcome. Doors will j
community, and in the next column be open at half past seven. REDUCED-

they turn the linotype loose on one Nessim, secretary. Edges Insertions, Flouncings Band-
another with the most vitriolic lan-
ings, Corset .Cover Embroideries,
guage they can command.
Baby Sets, Beadings, etc etc. _.
-
Please, Mr. Schoolmaster Wilson, We strongly advise you to sort up on our

may we break the rules of neutralityjust

long enough to allow Mr. Roose- FOR F SALECountry EVer t1ilw from. Head to Foot "EXTRA SPECIAL"ISOOydsforlOcyd
velt to join either the :King's or :Kai-

ser's army? He is in reality too in our Dl"U tore ,

much as Paul was accused of being
In all widths, in all characters, for all pur-
by Tertullus in Acts 24:5. Hair
Tonic HAIR poses, values up to 65c. yard.
TON I
Hey there, ")'ou all" who haven't to

yet cleaned up the back yard or painted Bunion.Plasters.
the front porch floor. Mrs. Harold estate of 330;
Bourne A WORD TO THE
acres, large two story .- I
Will git you
if dwelling, handsome lake
you
MENBuy
don't front, $9000.00.Six .

watchout.. your Boots or Shoes this week a pair

of 50c. silk hose is
.. given FREE with every

Quite a large number of Orlando pair of boots or shoes sold, irrespective of

gentlemen are such strong believers acre grove, modern price.

in woman's rights and the "clean-up, cottage and out-buildings,

paint-up" idea that they allowed
friend wife to handle the hoe and $1000.00. n ,. 1 r l a A

rake and paint brush most of the day


on Thursday. DICKSON IVES CO.

Ladies', misses' and children's shoes,
former price up to $4.00; your choice Call
now at $1.00, at Boardman's sale. on
Also a lot of men's and women's
shoes, in values up to $6.00, Banis- Get it at
ters, now being sold at $2.00 for jour S. G. ivefiSon .DEPARTMENT STORE.

choice.BOARDMAN'S.Don't forget the 5-5-3t place, MERCK'SWe .. .


UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Real Estate and InsuranceORkL.DO I II I the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
are nearest drug store
The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

f Desire to leave town in a week.W' FLORIDA PHONE 68lVLERUK'S tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
ould dispose reasonably of house-
.. hold furniture and 400 thoroughbred 3 West Pine, Second Floor chandise, at right prices
chickens. Call J. G. Wells Lakeview : PHARMACY: :
avenue one-half mile west of stand .
pipe. 5-7-2tc I I THE REXALL STORE ..

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SOL. CALENDAR FOR THE and hopeless anxiety of this character 5 Centa

WEEK with wonderful sympathy, and her audience U 4i
was made to feel and under- ,
Saturday, May 8.
week-Junior stand all the sufferings of this unfor-
Civic League, clean-up TODAY'S PROGRAM 9
League day. tunate woman, andthrough her to 4-Reels-I \ irw
t Nullos Club, Mrs. Forrest Dabney grasp fully all the horrors and misery Warner. "Hypnotic Violinist," in
hostess. '
Saturday Carr Auction Bridge Club, Mrs.B. of the women of a war ridden coun three reels. '
C. Abernethy hostess. try. The reading of the entire play United. "The Romance of Coyote
"
-0- was a remarkably strong and finished 'HOW TO DO IT A WHY" Hill. produced.Five One of. the funniest comediesever

SENIORS ENTERTAINEDBY piece of work, and it is seldom the cents to all.

TilE FACULTY.One people of Orlando have had the privi- A -Vitagraph special feature
of the most pleasing social of enjoying such a dramatic
lege
,0 OWe
complete in two Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY. GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY
events of the season, at least as far treat. parts.

as high school is concerned, was the --0-- Featuring Wallie Van and Cissy take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
entertainment tendered the graduating CHOIR REHEARSAL IN NEW represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is dif-

class last evening at the Roof BAPTIST CHURCH Fitzgerald. ferent from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should

Garden by the faculty of O. H. S. LAST NIGHT. '-isit. our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry andprecious
This class was invited to spend the The first choir rehearsal in the new DR. J. C. HOWELL stones.

. evening at the garden, where they Baptist church took place last night. Osteopathic Physician and SurgeonKiik'sti1t

were entertained by the movies and I Mr. F. A. Burness, of the Estey Or- "THE BLACK DIAMOND EX Consultation Graduate Free ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.

where delightful course of refresh- has been in Orlando all
r a gan company lb.
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan .d]
ments was served. The affair was designed the week erecting the pipe organ PRESS"A HoteL 0 i

by the faculty as a time of so- which was installed in the old church Office Phone 710; Residence 1018
cial enjoyment,-unrestrained by the about a year ago. It is a new instru- Kalem Drama."SWEEDIE Orlando Fla.
stiffness and formality which usually ment and has been in storage since
YOU WILL HAVE XO TROUBLE
marks such affairs. With this end in the new church was begun. He has

view no program was attempted, the been assisted by Mr. W. S. Branch, LucerneTODAY HERE

seniors allowed to enjoy the J .
being r., organist. COLLECTS FOR in selecting wall paper for your
evening as they preferred, watchingthe --0-- home. Our stock contains all the lat-

pictures or talking over the approaching MAY OPEN MODELKINDERGARTEN. CHARITY"An est designs in such a varied assort-

graduation. The entire _, ment that you are sure to find just
. evening was most delightfully spent, Miss Nellie Ley, who has had Essanay Comedy. the kind you have been looking for.
and proved a pleasant relaxation charge of the Kindergarten depart- ; and
Come in and see our offering get
which was doubly appreciated, com- ment of the English classical schoolin r You'll be interested.
our prices.
ing as it did just before the final Tampa, has just closed her second "THE ATTORNEY FOR
exams. which commence next week. successful in this school and is o
year THREE REELS OF REAL DEFENSE"A 4 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cf
at home for the vacation period with
MISS DEADERIC'S her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley. COMEDY 205 S. Orange Avenue!
big Lubin special feature
EXCELLENT READING.On Upon urgent solicitation, Miss Ley is ,
-. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Saturday afternoon, in the lecture considering the opening of a model complete in three parts.
school in Orlando this
room of the Presbyterian church, Kindergarten -
An exceptional feature.
Miss Mary Deaderick, of Rollins Col- winter. 5 cents 10 cents
lege, read before the women of the --0-- I

Peace Society "War Brides," a playin ROSALIND NOTICE.The -
one act, by Marion Craig Went- May business meeting of the WRIGHT SEED COMPANY_

e worth. During the present year a Rosalind Club will be held Monday "WHEN GREEK MEETS

number of very strong plays dealing afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. tained at the home of :Mrs. S. E. Ives, GREEK"A "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use

t with the war problem have been writ- Eloise Robinson, secretary. J r., last night with a bedroom showerfor

ten, but it is safe to say that nothingof --0-- Miss Edythe Rambo, who will be screaming Selig Comedy. Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

more dramatic, deeply human in- SOCIETY NOTESOF married to Mr. James Evans :May 18. Keep: your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.
terest has appeared than "War INTEREST. Nest-Eggs.
International Lice-Powder and Camphor
Brides," and Miss Deaderick's inter- Yesterday afternoon Mrs. J. N. Mc- Bermuda and St. Augus-
Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox,
pretation of this difficult work was Elroy charmingly entertained with a Natal
tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas,
remarkably vivid and true to life. All seven table bridge party. This makes ARCADE'MILK FOUR BIG REELS
and Sudan Grass, Dasheens.
the seven characters were clearly the second bridge party, she also hav-
drawn, and each in turn held the interest ing entertained on Wednesday. Pink

of the hearers. The central roses were arranged artistically FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS

figure of the story is Hedwig, the through the downstairs rooms, and {
BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Results '
Use The Sentinel Want Ads For
young wife and expectant mother, the players enjoyed a delightful after-
whose husband has been called to the noon. Light refreshments were
front. Miss Deaderick's finest work served. DEPOT

w was this impersonation. She depictedthe --0-- -

strength, rebelliousness, defiance The Sumus Septum club was enter- ;


No. 0069. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM B. MEAL. j

ImpORT OF THE CONDITION OF TIlE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANKAt BUTTER MILK
Orlando, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business May 1, 1915.
Fresh Every Day. Established 1886
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts (notes held in bank) _________-$406,155.07 5c. per glass a
Total loans _________________________________ $406,155.07 .
Overdrafts, unsecured, $18.73 _____________________ 18.73U. 25c. per gallon
S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par val.) $ 21,000.00U. CURTIS & O'NEAL 'jINSURANCE:1
S. bonds pledged to secure U. S. dep. (par val.)__ 10,000.00 CREAM AND MILK
Total U. S. bonds _____________r_____________ 31,000.00
Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure postal BUTTER
savings deposits _____________________________$ 5,000.00 1
4 Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for state, or Fresh Homemade ;: ; LOANS' .
other deposits or bills payable (postal excluded) 5,000.00 3
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including SANDWICHESPIES
. stocks) owned unpledged _____________________ 3,556.06 RENTALS -j
Total bonds, securities etc. ___________________ 13,556.06 AND CAKESARCADE REAL ESTATE
Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank, d
$3,800; less amount unpaid $1,900 ____________$ 1,900.00
All other stocks, including premium on same _______ 1,900.00 ,,, ,
Banking house, $24,736.40; furniture and fixtures, j
$11,577.87 -----______________________________ 36,514.27 jj
Other real estate owned __________________________ 986.05 i
Due from Federal Reserve Bank __________________ 11500.00 MilK DEPOT .1
Due from approved reserve agents in New York,
Chicago, and St. Louis _______________________$ 24,639.86Due !
from approved reserve agents in other reserve MRS. E. M. PARRYROOF For Sale

cities -----__________________________________ 9,138.33,778.71
Due from banks and bankers (other than includedin .

8 or 9) --------------_____________________ 387,403.28 .
Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price !

bank --__________________________________ 13,722.64
,. Outside checks and other cash items _______________$ 7,483.00 I
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents _____________ 1,983.919,466.91 GARDEN( $4500.00. A bargain. 1
Notes of other national banks ____________________ 1,100.00 i
Federal Reserve notes ____________________________ 8,700.00 I ;
Lawful money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates ____________________ 14.120.7C TO DAY
Legal tender notes -_______________________..... 500.00 1 J
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more 1I
than 5 per cent. on circulation) _______________$ 1,050.00 I
Due from U. S. Treasurer ________________________ 1,050.00 11

Total _________________$971,272.42 r..k@CrYE RSAL
--------------------LIABILITIES------------- I

Capital stock paid in _______________________________ $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund ________________ 12,500.00 DO YOUR SHARE
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e.' Undivided profits ------------__________$5,880.41 "THE BLACK BOX"A 11 aj a
Reserved for taxes _____________________ 640.25
Reserved for -------___________________ 3,653.6310,174.29 Thrilling Apartment House
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid__ 5.0010,169.29 TO 71
' Circulating notes --*-____________________________ 21000.00 Story."A .
Less amount on hand and in Treasury for redemption -
or in transit ________________________ 21000.00 Make Orlando MoreBeautiful'11
Dividends unpaid -----___________________________ 8.00
Demand deposits: MAN AND HIS MONEY"A 1

Individual deposits subject to check ___________$171,792.31 ]'
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days__ 28,094.01 Society Drama with Pauline J

Certified checks _____________________________ 1,024.63Cashier's ..'
checks outstanding __________________ :3,144.16 Bush. J i i
United States deposits -______________________ 10,000.00
Postal savings deposits --____________________ 1,120.31 PAINT UP and CLEAN UP 11
State, county, or other municipal deposits se- MIXED-UP ELOPEMENT"Billy
cured by item 4d of "Resources" ____________ 4,000.00 J 4 i i11
Deposits requiring notice of less than 30 days___ 53,233.61272109.06 Rhodes and Jack Dillon.A .

.I Time Certificates deposits: of deposit due on or after 30 days__$ 16,200.28 Nestor Comedy. A scream The whitest of white Paint, and the best I
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured '
by item 4d of "Resources"---__________ 605,186.0 from start to finish. of "Clean Tools '
Deposits subject to 30 or more days notice____ 588,985.79 Up" at E

Total ___________________._________________________.-----$971,272.42 11
THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE The Hardware Store on theCorner.i
Florida
State of County of Orange-ss:
I, Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear CITY
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
CHAS. P. DOW, Cashier. t
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of May, 1915. 11

Correct Attest: SYLVIA B. BARNETT, Notary Public. 10 cents 5 cents JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S4 11I

M.OVERSTREET, -
J. F. HENDRICKS. I
CHARLES E. JOHNSON,
Directors. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. I
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.: Real Bargains Ad The Cadillac AIRIXG- ORLANDO

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136 acres with beautiful fron- Orlando, Fla. Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For
For --
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$15 per acre. For
For r
60 acres, mile off brick road. This
I 25 Jones
:: Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains

$20.00 per acre. each will

: See E. B. Bradley Quick. the counts If everywhere e by, ;17 chiro-phone and YES, WE BELIEVE IN .

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new science
Every : disease.12-24-1mo Ex CLEAN UP WEEK r' '
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO.,

W.tkin. Block PHaNE 104
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FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR front Curtis &
way ; '
can buy foundation Address
,; atone building blocks, side- 5-6-6t. We believe in making Orlando clean and neat, thus deserving -
." walk tile, or anything In my FOR the name City Beautiful. Also we believe that
line at reduced. Call around .
and let me surprise you on horn, Brimdage i I the place to begin to clean up is inside the home, and "No
prices. 5-7-3tc Act Home Is Better Than Its Kitchen." In other words, we
.
s."__ F. D. GORE, -HENS Dr. Still believe you should begin Clean-Up Week by buying a nice

tr Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. Eullets new
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH.- Bates, 578.Peoples

FOR monte GAS RANGE

with steel Yard

and 5-7.6t to make your kitchen clean and sweet, and then you will
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DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER two blocks have more time to beautify the rest of your home and the
Office corner Orange Avenue and end Wash- '
.
A city.ORLANDO
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., hustler, Cores
> Phone 419.Clean. small .


Up 4-9-tf FOR years

fine
,
dress
WATER & LIGHT CO

Buy your Cleaning FOR lake; ;
t Materials of us. Address road. GAS DEPARTMENTService r

Brooms 5-2-6tc FOR agent.'f

t Mops modern ,

Soaps 2-23-tf r

Washing Powders Eas-

Soap Powders put occas-condi-your Start will Pnr S rin! Wat r Service Start will

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., Buy a can of Lay-U- Gould vate ; May 10th May 10thIn ..- -

... Dust. 5-6-6t
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FOR LAUNDRY..
CARUTHERS & GORE terms six, all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
adults specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands
!
New Modern G Grocery 5-5-6t Inquire* service in this line and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to .

FOR the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
Phone 200 Special in lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
garet Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
6 and 8 East Pine St. FOR COOLER Free of Charge.
mer,
Yancey. Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per

An
$2.ooTAMPA at gallon.No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.ANALYSIS.

i I buy
over estate. : : : -.
l $ ,
r IO-6-3m Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.
Rollins College, Florida-
,
Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915
H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
I andRETURN \ Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
to brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
ness, Lake St.
l el. SPRING WATER

dress outfit COLOR _____________________________Clear. .
r-rMONDAY 5-6-3t : REACTION ______________________________Neutral ..
F MAY 1Ot FREE AMONIA -______None.
old, ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ______________...None. -,
i country CHLORIDE _____________________________ 6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
Tickets good on all place TOTAL SOLIDS _____________________=N=8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
t t Regular Trains I I care of Sts. NITRATES _______________________________Trace
"Lady, House HARDNESS ____________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
t. Final Limit May 13th IS AND The results' of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
i,. VIAAtlantic W A monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
[ Summer of the body.
The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
; Coast Line where rant On.IY amount quality.of chlorine indicates its good quality-the.-."< indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

A very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Standard Railroad of the South TO the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
t in just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
set to the body. '.JfJ Yours respectfully,
'., acres ; ) BASS (Signed) THOS R. BAKER.ELDER

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t t 5-7 Notify etc to SPRING WATER CO.

i DR. L. H. RAMSDELL LAST LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.
. OPTOMETRIST! the Kinds
ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND.FLORIDAWE LENSES 506 May Mr. \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone.444.iI

AND DO ALL KINDS OF PRICES
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A ROAST SELECT BEEF ROASTS. STEAK DINNERSirloin CHOPS FOR SUNDAY NIGHT LUNCH

Pressed Chicken
Veal Loaf
Boned and Prime Ribs of Beef I Porter House Round
Lamb Shoulder, Presided Tongue
Rolled Pork Chops Lamb Chops Dried Beef Boiled Ham

Lamb Rump Roast Home-made Bologna, New
Leg of Juicy Steaks from Special fed
York: Style.
PORK ROASTS cattle that tickle the pallet of
Plate Beef, Boned, Rolled,
Either Pot or Pan Roast Shoulder Clod for a Pot Roast the hungry husband. Mutton Chops Veal Chops Boiled.

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The PARLOR MARKET JJ M. SELF & CO.The PARLOR MARKETPHONES


80 and 610 PHONES SO and 610

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WHERE STRAWBERRIES COME 'basis for the government survey. In of the Delaware, Southern Illinois, CONCERNING ORLANDO'S BEAU- Tarpon Springs. The magnificent FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEET

FROM the South, however and on the Pa- and Maryland supply. By the end of TIFUL SHADE TREES I oaks in some of the streets of this }'LORID.1IEDlC.L ASSOCIATION -
June Southern California is almost .
IN DEL AND
i
cific coast, where berries are shipped city are enough tom any one to i
the only area from which car load :
Washington, D. C.-A recent sur- long distances, it is economical to ar- made. The "Among Orlando's greatest natural becoming a resident. The forty-second annual meeting of
shipments are being
vey of the production and marketing range to have them sent by car loads. strawberries then on the market are assets are the sweeping, magnificentand Tarpon Springs has the trees now J the Florida Medical Association will
beautiful ," I!convene in DeLand May 12 and remain -
of strawberries in the United States shade trees declaresthe
The bulletin already mentioned contains and them. Good
chiefly grown in small quantities in as God planted grew :
in session until 14.
made by the department of agriculture a list of all shipping stations in areas close to the great consuming Sentinel. "The fame of Orlando's' fortune has preserved them to the city May Duringthe
I of the association interesting
indicates that the eight most important where load oaks has spread throughout the entire sessions an -
|the United States car sections.In -and good judgment should not allow
commercial strawberry districts -| with the country. Consequently it should be j scientific program will be
shipments originate, together connection with this work the them to be destroyed.There
are Central California, Tennessee -. number of car loads sent out in 1914. department of agriculture is conduct- the purpose of the city governmentand are cities throughout the nation carried through, including the reading -
Maryland, Delaware, Southern the individual property owners to I j of many papers by prominent
From this list it appears that there ing a telegraphic market news service today trying to regain what they
Louisiana, North and South Carolina, safeguard the trees." The Sentinel physicians. Dr. C. D. Christ of Or-
total of 14,553.2 I
was a grand car of the daily movement of strawberries once had-as Tarpon Springs has it
zfnd the Ozarks. In 1914, decries the sacrifice of lando, is first vice-president of the
properly
Virginia loads of.strawberries hipped very
CCm
to the vario\;3-w.g.e- ssail ti now. Thousands of dollars are being
1,905 car loads of strawberries were mercially in 1914. Of these 2,312 during the current season together rfree i' ISIjever it i is T possible to avoid spent to regain the once held treasure. association.

shipped from Central California. came from California, the state's clos- with the prices received. Reports of destroying thTmT Tn TwTTOrii'h''= )"e car name cities within short radius
Lesser quantities were shipped from est competitor being Tennessee witha these movements and prices are tele- tree is worth money-not for lumber, of TaTp Springs, too, that are Quickest results, and the kind that
the other districts which are namedin I are worth are the kind youthe
total of 15715. graphed daily to producing areas and but for shade or fruit or for its general the of rot haw' money
now evincing rt "Tneh Senti"P "t sdc. i
the order of their importance. Another chart in the bulletin shows consuming centers in order to assistin effectiveness as a part of a land- saved the trees. rt } :
. From the Ozarks came 748 car loads I the duration of the shipping scape. The state of Florida is invit- I
seasons the profitable distribution of the
What if the trees are in the streets?
last year. in the various sections. Strawberries ing the people of the United States to ;
crop. What if they do uproot a few brick? city and there i no comparisonin
t The authors of the survey, which is begin to leave Central Florida as ear- come and see what a beautiful placeit "
the handicraft of the We
I What if some one may laugh about a two.
published in bulletin 137 of the U. S. ly as December and the movement is-and trees form a very consid-
WHOLESALE GROCERS OF TilE town that will leave trees! in the want the people with the soul in them
department of agriculture, "Strawberry -I continues until the end of March. By SOUTH WILL MEET IX erable part of the scenery that everyday streets? Consider Court avenue for a for Tarpon Springs. They are the
Supply and Distribution in 1914," I the first of March the first strawberries ATLANTA MAY 12 is attracting visitors, and trans- few minutes. Where is there such an- people that will be valuable to the
point out, howeverd, that the North i from Southern Texas and Southern forming the visitors, or many of them,
the kind that will elevate
Southern wholesale grocers are other avenue to be found anywhere city; they are -
plays a more important part in the California find their to the to citizens.-Times-Union.
way looking forward to the annual conven- unless it is in Orlando? Its very rar- I and upbuild; they are the kind
strawberry industry than these fig- market. About the middle of March -
tion of the Southern Wholesale Gro- ity makes it priceless.The that will make the city a power. And
ures might indicate. Great quantitiesof the Louisiana crop begins to move, cers' Association which will be heldin Preserve the Shade Trees great oak in the center of that the people with the soul almost would
berries are in the North in continuing about two months until
grown or Atlanta, Ga., May 12-14. One of Orlando's' greatest natural street would be invaluable in some weep to see such noble attributes as
small patches and shipped to market the middle of May is, indeed,
May. assets are the sweeping, magnificentand cities that are now trying to get back the trees in Court avenue and other
by trolley, express, or in the pro- the great month for car load shipments beautiful
Quite a lot of boys' pants, sizes 11 shade trees. They cause what they ruthlessly destroyed once. parts of the city cut down just to havea
ducer's own wagon. Only a very small By far the greatest part of to 17, will be sold far less than cost, the visitor to gasp with wonder and Save the trees in Tarpon Springs! citified appearance.-Tarpon Springa
portion of northern grown berries are the Tennessee and Virginia crop is I while they last, at BOARDMAN'SSALE. amazement.-Orlando Sentinel. Some philosopher once observed: citified appearance.-Tarpon Sprnigs
concentrated into car load olts, the shipped at that time, as well as much i 5-5-3t This '
... appeals to us as important to "God made the country; man made i Leader.
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In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats
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A. O. Winton, who has been a
spring; visitor to Orlando, will leave STATEMENT
today for his home in Cleveland, .

Ohio. -.. OF THE f

Mr. W. O. Swearingen left last

night for Detroit, Michigan, where he Peoples National BankAt
will spend several weeks on business
and pleasure.

the close of business May 1, 1915
OF THE CONDITION OF Dress goods, at about half former
price, at Boardman's sale. 5-5-3t
The State Bank of Orlando
Mr. Braxton Beacham left yesterday RESOURCESLoans
ORLANDO, FLORIDA over the Atlantic Coast Line for

a visit to Atlanta, Ga., on business and Discounts_____________________$406,155.07
At the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 alters.
Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73 .

RESOURCESLoans Mr. F. M. O'Byrne, one of the representatives Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00

and Discounts ____________________518044.76 of the Growers' and Ship- U. S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00 .
Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 pers' League, was in Orlando yesterday Other Bonds ____________________________ 13,556.06
Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 from points on the East Coast. Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30
Cash in Banks _____________________ 481,342.24
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32 Buttermilk 25c. per gallon at the and
Cash on hand and due from Banks __------- 366,466.18 Arcade :Milk Depot. v
$971,272.24.
1095178.62 Mrs. Hester Hallock and son, Master -
LIABILITIES Jack, and Miss Ruth Gilliam are LIABILITIESCapital
expected in Orlando tomorrow from
Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 Elgin, Illinois, on a visit to their _________________________________$ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22 mother, Mrs. John Schnarr.Mr. Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00Undivided
Bills Payable ___________________________ None
______________________
Rediscounts ____________________________ None Profits __ 9,529.04
Z. Bass, a leading and successful Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
attorney of Ashburn, Ga., arrivedin
Deposits 1,001,705.40 Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ 640.25
Orlando yesterday afternoon on a
prospecting tour and may decide to Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00

$1,095,178.62 hang out his "shingle" in this city. Deposits ________________________________877,595.13

Mr. E. L. Parker, one of the leading $971,272.24
naval stores operators of Lake county,
who has been spending a couple of GROWTHMay
days in Orlando on business, returned

yesterday to his home at Pittman. 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90

t ,.' .- May 1, 1313; ____-________ 162,879.84
Fresh home made butter for sale
: at Arcade Milk Depot. May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80

May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00
Mr. H. L. Beeman and son, Mr. Ed-
win Beeman, accompanied by a partyof
friends, left yesterday for Sanford, .
where they will spend several days
cruising up and down the St. Johns
: river. '
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Messrs. T. W. Parsons, H. G. Hard-
ing and L. P. Stack, of the SeaboardAir
Line, with headquarters in Tampa -
> were among the popular transpor-
tation men spending yesterday in Or-

, ci lando. MAXWELL MOTOR CARS

Mr. W. J. Daniels, one of Geneva's
i oldest and best known citizens, who
has been attending the district conference -
Sil'i i of the Methodist church, in this Fully Equipped $750.00
city, returned yesterday to his homein .
Seminole county.

i Mrs. F. C. Jones, after a delightfulvisit A good.Car backed up by a
to Orlando of some weeks, left
;yesterday morning over the Atlantic good CompanySold
Coast Line for St. Augustine. Mrs.
LIVE ON THE PORCH Jones was the guest of Rev. and Mrs.E. .
T. Poulson.Mr. .

THIS SUMMERDon't a
J.V.. White, of Jacksonville,,
was among the prominent Floridians

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- spending yesterday in Orlando. Mr. By .
White is editor of the Fraternal Rec-
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can .be ord and a leading light in several fraternal -
converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. orders. The Sentinel acknowledges San Juan Garage Company I
Here are a few of many specially made pieces for a pleasant call.

:: your porch.
Mrs. W. H. Rawls arrived in Or-
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs lando yesterday from Tampa to spenda
Haltex Fibre Furniture Maple Chairs and Rockers week with her parents, Mr. and
Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings Mrs. Chas. R. Carter, at their home,,
512 Carter street. Mrs. Rawls has; '1..I. . .IIIIIIIII'llllrcleI15.1.11111111.1.1.11..111"I' "lel"4'1'1'
Hammocks many friends in Orlando and is receiving --- = .
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline a warm welcome.
;. Shoves. Select yours to day. r.--
Rev. W. T. Louder, of Seville, returned -
i; home yesterday after spend-
ing several days in Orlando attendingthe
.
OSCAR HAND
& SON district conference of the Metho- "
dist church, which has been in session;
in this city for several days this
week. A (
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LESSONS OF CHILDHOOD ,
---- --- ; Mr. J. J. Anderson, one of the most

..lllilMtMlllilllllltllilllMIIIIIIIIIMIMIIMlttGIFTS estimable and enterprising citizens of When early taught, children generally con-
Apopka, who has been spending sev-
to be and provident through
.. eral days in Orlando attending the tinue thrifty

FOR GRADUATES meeting of the district conference, returned Youth, :Maturity and Old Age. 1? -
\ to his home in west Orange ..
J yesterday. This institution recommends the Savings s ,

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Dickson-Ives Department Store Co. Account as the easiest means of teaching 1 yy. ,.
Whether It Is Brooch
I BarJPin
request that attention be called to an take
children to save. Children quickly ..
error in price of crepe de chine as appeared .
Pendant in their ad. yesterday after- pride in their own personal accounts and ? j'
in the E
noon Reporter-Star. Crepe de
(- chine, 40 inches wide, is $1.29 a yard easily develop the ability to regularly add .
or other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best and not 79c. '
value for your money by coming to us. to them.

.
We specialize in pieces of the better Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Moffitt and -'
class
-fine, 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. 4 ,
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof daughter, Miss Edna, who spent a
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly short time in Orlando in the early fall,
low. We also offer you choice selections and returned yesterday afternoon from
the best service. the southern part of the state, where
they had spent the season. They expect -
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it to leave today for their home in aOrlaildo
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the Bradford, Pa.


L wearer. 1 hotel Guests yesterday registering include at H.the O.San Adams Juan, Bank & Trust t C CoMFy

J. Harry Holcombe, R. V. Keebler, T.
W. Parsons, 1.. P. Stack, H. G. Hard-
;[ T. H. EVANSJEWELER ing, Tampa; S. C. Baird, Green F.
Cannon, Joe C. Forbes, A. K. Birsh, ORLANDO FLORIDA3
C. S. Young, W. E.Johnson,J. A.Mil ,
ler, Jacksonville; Mrs. L. K. Tuttle,
New York; Hal. A. Irish, Pomona; i
F. A. McKenzie, Miami; R. W. Alder- :
lU.JMII" iii i "JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. .... man, Sutherland. I -------- ;
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