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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 11, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, :MAY: 11, 1915. NUMBER: .6.





A WILSON WILL CONDEMN GERMAN ACT ;






ATTACK NOT JUSTIFIED BY A WARNING




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WILSON TO DIRECT A SUBMARINE MUCH LARGER WARFARE SCALELondon ON GREAT[ i T BRITAIN RESPONSIBLE[ [





-J NOTE TO KAISER May 10.-All signs point to preparations by Germany DECLARES[ THE[ BERLIN[ NOT[

. PERSONALLYCRUCIAL for a submarine warfare on a much larger scale than has previously -

been attempted. .

An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen states that
Berlin by wireless to London, :May 'The British merchant vessels being -
fifteen submarines are being built at Kiel for use in the Baltic. ,
WARNING 10. The has been I g nt'ralIarmed with guns and
POINT OF STATEMENT WILL BE THAT following telegram
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Pola the Adriatic that
Neutrals arriving at Geneva from on say r peatt"dltrit"d to ram submarines

WAS NOT A JUSTIFICATION FOR SINKING OF three German undersea boats arrived there and are being hastily sent by the German foreign office to M previous search was' impossible.

the German embassy at Washington: ,
LUSITANIA THAT DID NOT AFFORD PASSEN- prepared for launching.Two They can not therefore betreated as
"Please communicate the followingto "
I merchant vessels..
ordinary
also arrived at Pola.
GERS AND CREW AN OPPORTUNITY Zeppelins
the state department: The German "The recent declaration made in the

'' TO ESCAPE government desires to express British parliament by the parliamentary -
Claim British Have Losses
the deepest sympathy for the loss of secretary stated that practically

Berlin, by wireless to London, May 10.-Official announcement the American lives aboard the Lusi- all British merchant vessels had been

Bernstorff And All German tonight states on the western front that the enemy attacks have tania. The resopnsibility rests with" armed and provided with, hand gre-

nearly everywhere been repulsed with heavy losses to the allies, the British go'emmenthich, throughits nades.

Consuls May Get PassportsIf especially the British. plan for starving the civilian pop "I 'sides it was openly admitted by

ulation of Germany, forced Germanyto the English press that the Lusitania

resort to retaliatory measures. on previous voyages, repeatedly car-

Satisfactory Reply Is Not Forthcoming U. S. May Then Con- English General Says Situation Uncnanged **In spite of the German offer to ried large quantities of war' materiaLOn

London, May 10.-The press bureau makes public a report from stop submarine war in case the starvation the present voyage the Lusitania
sider of Off All Diplomatic Relations !
Breaking
Advisability General Sir John French on the Flanders operations. Sir John plan be given up, the British carried considerable ammunition and
Wilson Has Formulated Note That Will Be has taken of the consisted
the rest
government even more cargo chiefly
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says the general situation is unchanged. The Germans made five
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stringent blockade measures.VANDERBILT. of contraband.
Presented to the Cabinet Today attacks on the nith, all of which were unsuccessful. Heavy losses .
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have been inflicted on them.

Washington, May ,.10.-President Wilson's views as to the position DIED HERO I

s that this government should take following the.sinking of the

Lusitania was formulated after two days consideration, and will A BILL CREATING ASST SUCCESSFUL BANQUET IS -- ,

be placed before the cabinet tomorrow.It London.Thomas S. Slidell, of New ,;in the smoking room by themselves

known the White House that York, interviewed in London today, : when the first torpedo struck the ship.
was made today at suggestionsas CIRCUIT JUDGE PASSEDBY HELD BY THE STATEPLUMBERS I ( Both men intuitively knew what had
to the proper course of action for this government to take had said he last saw Alfred Gwynn Vanderbilt j!:
happened and they simultaneously uttered -
been pouring in on the president by mail and telegrams from all on the deck of the Lusitmia'i'. the word "torpedo."
THE HOUSE
parts of the country. I when she was going down. Together they left the room and

Twenty-five per cent. of them plainly were communicationsfrom Mr. Vanderbilt, who could not swim, ]''I(i went on deck, which had already tilt-

was equipped with a life belt, but he j ed. ,Mr. Stone made for the upper 1i
cranks. ACT RELATING TO :MEDICINE ALL DAY BUSINESS SESSION I
gallantly took it off, Mr. Slidell said, i|i side of the deck while Mr. Slidell' .
The writers of fifty per cent. of the remainder declared them- PASSES HOUSE ENDS WITH BRILLIANT and put it around the body of a young I i I moved downward.

selves against war, but assured the president that they were back AFTER FIGHT BANQUET woman. Then he went off to seek an- This was the last that Mr. Slidell

, of him on any stand he might take. other life belt. The ship sank in a saw of Mr. Stone. Subsequently he
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No doubt the president will condemn the sinking of the Lusi- Forrest Lake Introduces "FullCrew" Raehn Will Go to National Convention few seconds later. :asked a number of survivors but could 1

tania in the strongest possible terms. Bill and Teachers'Measure at Chicago as Del- Mr. Slidell said that he and Her- ,not find any one who had seen Mr.

bert Stone, of New York, were sitting Stone thereafter.
He may depart from the usual diplomatic practice and directly Creates'Discussion egate-Next State Ses- '--

y address the Kaiser himself. sion at Jacksonville

The crucial point of the statement of the United States will be ( GERMAN SUB U-39 GUILTY ::1 I

By C. F. Johnson A most successful meeting of the
that no warning given was or could be a justification for the sink-
the office of Florida State Association of Master -----
The bill
creating assistant -
ing of the Lusitania that did not afford the passengers and crew
circuit judge passed the house Plumbers culminated last evening London, England.-A Central News of checking over the list continues.The .

an opportunity to escape.It this morning, and having already I' with a banquet at the San Juan hotel. dispatch from Genoa, Italy, says a bodies of Alfred Gwynne Van-

can be stated on good authority that there probably will be a passed the senate it will be sent to the The banquet was beautifully arrangedby telegram received there from :Munich: derbilt of New York, an dthose of Mr. .

severe denunciation of submarine warfare and its "new principles" governor for hrs approval. the local committee and fifty mem- Germany, declares it was the German and Mrs. Elbert Hubbard and Justus 0

. and a formal demand that it shall cease immediately unless car- An act relating to the practice of bers and invited guests were present. submarine U-39 that sunk the Cunard Miles Forman, noted Americans, have. J

ried on under strict application of international law. medicine, surgery, osteopathy, chiropractic The association was in a business Line steamer Lusitania on Friday, off not yet been recovered, or if recov-

and naturopractics was passedin session throughout the morning and a Old Head, Kinsale, Ireland.' ered they have not been. identified. i
In the event that a satisfactory reply is not forthcoming the
the house today after a fight; consuming part of the afternoon yesterday, fol- The Cunard Line officials now place There was a wholesale burial of

I United States will then have to consider the advisability of break- most of the day. lowing which an automobile tour of the number of known survivors of Lusitania victims at Queeustown, Ire-

ing off all diplomatic relations by recalling Ambassador Gerard The senate consumed much time in the city was arranged and the plumbers the disaster at 764. This leaves the land, Sunday, when some 140 were j

and all American-representatives in Germany and handing Bern- considering the bill to allow teachers viewed Orlando's superb sewerage death roll at about 1,400. The work placed in three huge graves there, ,

from other states to hold certificatesin and sanitary systems. ,They pro-
storff and all German consuls in this country their passports. -

e ,- -- ,- -- -- Florida, the measure finally being nounced the systems to be on a par PHILADELPHIA OF THE AMERICAN ADVERTISEMENT: ON DAY TilE ;
amended to require persons coming to with the best in the country. At the LINE STEAMED
FOR LUSITANIA
WILSON TALKED PEACE IN AD- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS SAILED
Florida to be in sound health. banquet last evening one of the dele- LIVERPOOLNew
DRESS AT I'IIILADELI'IIIAPhiladelphia 1.
Forrest Lake today introduced an- gates declared Orlando's sewerage
May 10.-I'resident National League NOTICE!
other full bill rail- system ranked with cities of 100,000
crew requiring
York.-The '
Wilson talked "peace" tonight in an Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 0. American liner Travellers intending to embark on
roads to certain number of population.
address which was clearly designed to Boston 14, New York 9. employ a Philadelphia, sailing for Liverpool the Atlantic
men on each train. Similar measures Officers elected for next year wereC. voyage are reminded thata 5
test out the sentiment of the nation Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 7. the
Saturday over route travelled
have already been killed this session. G. Bellote' of Jac:sonville, presi- by state of war exists between Ger- J
regarding the action to be taken in American League
The fish bills passed last week in dent; A. C. Van Dosen, o" Tampa, the Lusitania, steamed away with full many and her allies and Great Britain
His
regard to the Lusitania tragedy. New York 1, Boston 3.
I the house have been made special' or- vice-president; Joseph W. Fowler, of cabins and with berths in the steer-
and her
address was delivered before 4,000 All games that were scheduled. allies; that the zone of war J
der in the senate for Tuesday.A Jacksonville secretary; W. E. McAn- at remium.Notwithstanding. (
age
naturalized citizens of the I Federal League ap ; includes the '
newly j : waters adjacent to the
resolution was introduced uphold- drews, of Tampa, feas"T- F. J. j I
United States and contained no refer- | Brooklyn 3, Kansas City 4. the American flag 1 1
ing President Wilson in wha' R ehn, of Orlando. and L. M. Roberts, British Isles; that in accordance with .
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ence whatever to the tide of anger Newark 5, Chicago 10. which flies at the liner's stern, Cap-
tion he took in the case of the! Lusi-" I ': Jacksonville, were appointed dele- tain Mills will |i formal notice given by the Imperial
which has stirred the nation throughthe Baltimore 4, Pittsburgh 10. observe every precau-
I r'tes to the national convention of '
tania.
loss of American lives on the ill Buffalo 3, St. Louis 5. tion for the safety of passengers German Government, vessels flying
the National association, which; will '
fated lined. Southern League when he reaches the war zone. the flag of Great Britain, or of any of
be held in
at June.
"There is such a thing as being too I :Memphis: 2, Birmingham 0. THREE DROWNED IN TilE ST. Chicago Six cancellations were made at the her allies, are liable to destruction in
At the banquet :Mr. McAndraws, of
proud to fight," said the president. A Chattanooga 8, Atlanta 6. JOHNS Jacksonville last minute. The Philadelphia had I those waters and that travellers sailing -
toastmaster
presided as ,
nation may be right, but it does not Little Rock 3, New Orleans 7. aboard 954 passengers and left be- in the war zone on ships of Great

Oieed to convince us by force that it I Nashville-Mobile:: rain. Jacksonville, Fla., May 10.-Mrs. O. and speeches" were delivered by Com- hind 150 persons, according to offi- Britain or her allies do so at their
missioners S. A. Johnson and H. C.
is right. South Atlantic League II. Johnson and three children were cers of the line, who would have own risk.DIPERIAL.
Robertson City Engineer Ram !' ,Dr.
"Peace is the healing and elevating I Augusta 3, :Macon: 1. drowned last night when their auto- v sailed had there been acommodations. I GERMAN EMBASSY,
Sylvan McElroy, :M. S. King: thepress.
.' influence of the world," continued the Jacksonville 3, Columbia 1. mobile in which they were seated Aral several of the Washington, D. C., April 22, 1915.

t president.The Albany 6, Savannah 1. plungtJ into the f t. Johns river .it ,: plumbers. NARROW ESCAPE FROM SERIOUS I
: of the referred
Iany speakers to Or- !
keynote of the address was Charleston 7, Columbus 5. the Jacksonville-South Jacksonville INJURY LAST NIGHT RAIDED A BLIND TIGER BUT
lando as a city of remarkable growthand
contained in these excerpts. ferry.Dr. "TIGER" ESCAPED

ti Despite the general expectationthat CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES IN Johnson, who had taken his ments equipped in with and modern general improve-sani- As L. G. Johnson, an employe of

the president would grasp the ORLANDO TODAY family and :Mrs.: Bland and two tation that sewerage would do justice to Hawley's Cigar Factory, was leaving The sheriff and police raided a blind

occasion to define the policy that he i The spring term of the circuit court daughters for a ride to Atlantic city in the United States. any Magruder's stable last evening with a tiger Saturday night operated by R.

would pursue regarding the Lusitania for the seventh judicial circuit will Beach, had stopped the car at the fer- All for the horse and buggy the horse became L. :Mercer: at 304 West Church street.

disaster he said nothing, except in so convene in Orlando this morning at ry. As the boat approached the pier of the arrangements convention, and staging banquet frightened, dashed at break-neck The lower story of the building was

far as his laudation of peace may be 'Orange county's temple of justice, he stepped in front of the car and were in charge program of F. J. Raehn-, speed down the raw of automobileson occupied by a meat shop and the upper -
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construed to mean that he will not 'Judge J. W. Perkins, of DeLand, pre- cranked it, so as to be ready when I president, William C. Dennis vice- Court street collided with a ma- story was devoted to liquor. The
,
allow the nation to be Dragged into a siding; State's Attorney Jos. H. Jones the boat made the landing. In some chine at the corner of Court and sheriff stated that they secured more
president, and F. J. Wall, secretaryand
war at any event. prosecuting. Seventeen please have way the car started up and plungedover Church streets, threw the occupantsto than 200 empty pint whiskey bottles
treasurer, of the local union, and
been made since the last session of, the front end of the boat into the brick pavement, the horse be- and that these were concealed be-
Mr. Fergus: H. Otis Rogers, the Win-
IL II. DICKSON SLIGHTLY IMPROVED !the criminal' court of record. the stream. The physician wasthro'Jl ter Park Plumbing and M. came entangled in the harness and tween the first and second floors. The

into the river by the car, company shafts and the buggy almost police also captured an automobile
Irwin. These gentlemen went the pver-
SEVERE STORM RAGED SUNDAY which struck him. I tumed. Scores of moving picture filled with liquor. Mercer has so far
limit and the result
was a most suc-
H- II. Dickson. who was injured Orlando was visited by a heavy gale Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Bland and cessful convention and a banquet that I theatre goers dashed from the Lu- eluded capture, but Sheriff Gordon de-

Saturday by having his head bruised ,and rain storm Sunday which caused her two daughters were saved by cerne to witness the accident. clares it is only a matter of a few
I declared have
was to been the best
and back wrenched in an automobile considerable damage. Trees and tree those on the ferry boat, but Mrs. days until he is taken into custody.
I' held in Orlando. The
ever next meet-
as he was driving to Kissimmee, was branches were blown against tele- Johnson and her two children were WILL BUILD A GARAGEDr.
of the
ing state association will be
reported last evening to be slightly I whone and electric wires and for a drowned. held in Jacksonville. AFTER NEGROES YESTERDAY

improved though still suffering from time electric service was put out of S. C. Hood in charge of the U.

his mishap. With continued care and commission. The rain and wind lit- THE WEATHER S. experiment station, was Deputy Sheriff Peel and Officer

rest it is expected that he will be in tered the streets with limbs and other Tipperary beat by Betty's Basting permit to build a $100 garage yester.l I Carter motored to Zellwood yester-

normal condition again the last of the debris which the street department Florida: Local thunder showers Bellybands for Belgians; 15c. Curtis t day on his premises en izt Am:: ;. ,'a**. bringing back with them three

.Sa week. -:........1 away yesterday morning. Tuesday. Wednesday partly cloudy & O'Neal, book and music store. avenue. J negroes who had voilated the Jaw.f ;


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WILSON AWAITING PUBLIC marched from the piers as tugs and
WE DELIVER THE GOODS ; OPINION ON LUSITANIA trawlers arrived. The people of the :

ATTACK Irish city opened wide their homes to


,: | Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service I jj I' every Washington indication, May at the.-White There House was the being refugees.done for Everything their comfort.possible is Hoosier


today that while President Wilsonwas GET UKIZES FOR FAIR I Ii
Harley-Davidson TruckFOR deeply shocked at the loss of

American lives in the Lusitania dis- Principal Blanton received ten dollars -'
QUICK SERVICE aster, he was determined to await this week from the committee''

i thorough investigation before determining wlych awarded the prizes at the fair Water .
on a course of action for the in Orlando last winter, this representing Spring

PHONE 444 '; United States. the prizes won by the New Smyrna -i i
Officials reiterated that he would
school on maps and water color
take no steps until all available information work. The map of Florida drawn by ;i

Good and Bad Cigar Stores I ;I had been_gained. Mess. Quinton Parker took first prize. I

-Xew Smyrna Breeze.
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11111111I1111 II I I II II ; I r-.... .r r I I I I I Capital Struck Dumb" With Horror ad.ertising.1) WE have just received a large
8. Official Wash-
I Washington) Buyers are found by
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--- ington is horror-struck over the de- because they are opportunity hunt-I supply of this nice water. King
struction of the Cunarder Lusitania
OUR MOTTO : ers. If you have something to us up and order a 5 gallon demi
with loss of perhaps 1,500 lives, as real estate, personal property of any 1 1sortthere's
;,the result of Germany's undersea war- john.
a buyer for it. YOU
Small Profits and Quick Returns.
t fare. That apparently more than 100 don't know who he is, or where he is. I
I Americans, citizens of a neutral country be in locate
You'd to
helpless trying
time for Feeds.
Call us on phone at any prices on
I and many women and children him-but for the fact that he is tl"ing )"- !
Our prices are the same to one and all and you will NOT I should have been sacrificed, makes the to locate you. For buyers are i IT'S A FINE TABLE WATER \

be met with that impertinent question, "Who is this?" situation all the more appallmg. The opportunity seekers. And they have I
I'deepest resentment toward the Ger- learned that the Sentinel "want" columns -

THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. man empire has been aroused in all are the "hunting grounds" for
I walks of life in the capital.It when ad. I
opportunities. Thus your
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 I is felt in official circles that by starts upon its quest it meets the man City Drug* StoreJ.
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I far the most serious situation that for whom it was written-also upon
has confronted the United States !I his quest. And that's how results

since the war in Europe was startedis follow the Sentinel want advertising. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy
that resulting from destruction of
:the Lusitania and loss of American
"But what if I fail of my purpose
j lives, in the face of the warning given here? It is but to keep the nerves at 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO, FLORIDA .

; Germany by the United States that strain, To dry one's eyes: and laugh at
I she would be "held to strict accounta- a fall, And, baffled, get up and begin
bility" if American lives or propertywere again-So the chase takes up one's
Three Moderate I sacrificed as a result of Ger- life that's all."-Robert Browning.
I many's declared intention to make
war on commerce entering what she
Priced I "Four things a man must learn to do
CottagesFor prescribed as a war zone about the
If he would keep his record true:
British Isles. To think, without confusion, clearly;

Sale!or to Rent Heavy Loss First Class Passengers To love his fellow man sincerely; CAREY HAND
To act from honest motives purely;
The heavy loss of life among the "
To trust in God and Heaven securely.
first cabin passengers is believed toI -Henry Van Dyke. FUNERAL DIRECTOR .
I I be due to their calmness and self pos-

|t session in face of danger. Most of "The test is efficiency. A machineis AND EMBALMER\
them were at luncheon when the ves- work. There
no good that does not j I .
sel received her death blow, and declined -
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is more power in an engine of one I L
C. A. HOVEYORLANDO to join in the rush for the boats !cat power that works than in an
en-I
and life belts. They believed the I gine of athousand horse power All calls answered Promptly Day
1 Cunarder would remain afloat until Civilization is'!
nothing.
assistance could arrive. only accomplishes a synonym for efficiency. Effi- I i or Night. Hand Block.
Life Belts of Value
"
ciency means vision and application.
" Difficulty was experienced in launch- -Dr. Coker. I I Florida.PHONE
Orlando
,ing the boats because of the heavy .

list of the Lusitania almost immediately "There is no defeat except from
I after she was torpedoed. Sev- within. There is really no insur- 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
eral of the frail craft evidently
. cap- mountable barrier save your own inherent -
sized when they were launched, or weakness of purpose."-Ralph

soon afterwards. Waldo Emerson.

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rescue to life belts, which kept them
afloat until they were picked up.

SHEET METAL CO. I Among this number was Lady Mack-;
I worth, daughter of David A. Thomas PUl-e Ice Crear1.1.
the Welsh coal king, and Julian de I II
{j Ayala, Cuban consul-general at Liver-
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
i pool.
Gave Steamer Xo Warning I
and Rubber Roofings I Investigation has failed to reveal' When you want PURE ICE For Party i

Cornices, Skylights Heating. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings i!ing.that the The steamer lookouts was sighted given any the warn-sub- CREAM call for HAND'S. If .
don't that we take Club
you believe
!i marine's periscope a thousand yards
I Works: 14 E. Church St. 4 ORLANDO 'away and the next instant they saw the greatest care in its manuYe make our Ice Cream from Church Social I

I.the trail left by a torpedo as it flashedon facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All ..

its course. There came a terrific make it. You will be surprised School Social
.
crash as the missile pierced the liner's cans, moulds and cverythmgat
at the care every detail is gwen.
side, followed almost immediately by in the manufacture of our Lodge I '
i kind want, any time .
Any
another, which littered the decks with you
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
1i wreckage. you want it. In any quantity Picnic
i The Orlando Meat MarketT. The liner's course was: turned at from a quart up. zed.
once towards shore. Four
torpedoes
You invited to
are cordially
A. YANCY, Manager apparently were fired, but only two Order Hands Pure
at
: inspect our factory any

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice hit.Teh loss of life caused by: the tor- I time. Ice Cream I Ii
pedoes themselves and the explosions
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Florida and Western Meats they caused must have been terribly i .
heavy. The tragic freight of bodies
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. taken to Queenstown bears evidenceof
HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
the havoc wrought. Many of those
t t: Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town'Orders taken ashore were seriously injuredand Y

more than a score died after they
I Business 135 {P. O. BOX 226
, PHONES 1 Residence ,,33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. were removed to Cork and Queens- PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street

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I town hospitals.A

r long line of stretcher bearers

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have bought at Sheriff's Sale the entire stock of the PIERCE ELECTRIC CO., .and must give up the room jj jjin


TEN DAYS. The entire stock of Electrical Fixtures, Desk and Table Lamps, also Casserols, Flash Lights, .


:. Store Fixtures, Cash Register, Check Protector, Show Case, and many other articles. \ \


If you are thinking of building or installing new Fixtures you can save about ONE HALF the cost by buying 11 l


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: POSTOFFICE Married women will not be admit- similar proposition in regard to De- ,MllliiMIMMIIIilillllMIMIttlltlllMliIMM IMMIilMlillllllllThe .

SERVICEThe 1 ted to this examination. This prohi- Soto county that was threshed out in

I bition, however, does not apply to divorced 1913. The plan presented this time i
United States civil service com- women or to women who are appears to have merit, since Brevard !

mission announces that on June 12, separated from their husbands and county is an extremely .long county, :
themselves.This and it is claimed there are three distinct -I
1,915, at Orlando, an open competitive support
examination will be held for the posi- examination is open to all citizens business divisions that will betaken i

tions of clerk and city carrier in the of the United States who meet care of in the new county prop- ,

postotrice at the place first specified. the requirements.From osition. THE BIG gTORE
'I
Ch offices of the first and sec- the eligibles resulting from Leon county has slipped one over

ond cLses, and carriers in the city this examination it is expected that on Wakulla county, and a bill to give ,,
.4 delivery service, are divided into five 'certification will be made to fill exist- Leon county a gulf coast line has
grades, the salaries of which are $800, ing and future vacancies. been reported favorably. This
$900, $1,000, $1,100, and $1,200 per For application blank (Form 1371)) pened tonight while Reading ..
annum, respectively. Clerks and car- and "Instructions to Applicants," ad- Nat Walker, who lives in har-I.
riers at first class offices will be pro- dress the secretary of the board of i I county, was away from his I
moted successively, a grade at a time, United States civil service examinersat duty. If :Mr.: Walker should Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices

to $1,100, and clerks and carriers at hte postoffice at the place of em- :f before the bill is finally passed he ..'
second class offices will be promotedin ployment or the place .of examination II will make a fight against the addition
the same manner to $1,000. named above, or the district secretaryat I being made to Leon at the expense of
Promotions of both clerks and car- the address below. Wakulla. The plan is to give a good

riers will be made at the beginning No application will be accepted un- road to St. Marks fro*} Tallahasee,

of the quarter following the expira- less properly executed and filed with the road being exceptionally good to
tion of a year's service in the next the district secretary in time for him the Wakulla line, and no effort hav-

'.. lower grade. No promotion will DC to arrange for the examination.TO ing been made by the. old county to ROOF GARDEN THEATERTHE
bade except upon evidence satisfac- improve the condition.The
r ry to the postoffice department of INCREASE VOTING POWER OF game and fish bills continue to
; the and faithfulness of the occupy much time in both houses,the
efficiency SOUTH FLORIDABy COOLEST SPOT IN THE CITY
employe during the year. Clerks and main salt and fresh water fish bills

carriers of the highest grade are elig- having been killed, many other meas- Roof Garden this week ticket and the hold- i
C. F. Johnson \Vith every paid.admission to we give a one
ible for promotion to the higher posi- ures have been prepared to providefor
tions in their respective offices. Tallahassee, Fla., May 3.-When all conservation of this industry to ing the lucky number will be given absolutely free a beautiful and useful present, value

Competitors will be examined in the the county division propositions have the state.FLORIDA. about $3.50.Monday .

following subjects, which will have been settled this year it is evident night we will give away a Dress Pattern, Tuesday, Ladies' Waist, Wednesday,

the relative weights indicated: that a well defined plan to increasethe SHIPPED 2,138,891 TONS :Men's Ladies' or Children's Shoes, Thursday, Mans Silk Shirt, Friday, Silk Parasol,
Weight. voting of South Florida PHOSPHATE VALUEDAT
Subjects. power
I Saturday, Largest Ham in the Store. ,
1. Spelling (twenty words of average will have been carried out. The latest $7,3. j,7H :
Drawing will take place each evening at 9 o'clock. Person holding ticket must be in
difficulty in common proposition in county division came to E. II. Sellards, of Tallahassee, has :

,) use) _____________________ 10 the house and senate Monday whena I compiled a report on the phosphate : Theater at that time otherwise another number will be drawn.
2. Arithmetic (simple tests in ad- delegation of persons from Brevard situation in Florida during 1914,
dition, subtraction, multiplication county appeared with a map cutting I showing that 2,097,864 tons of phos- :
and division of whole that large division of the state into phate were produced during 1914 in :
numbers, common and deci- three counties. The lower third is to "this state and 2,138,891 tons, worth PROGRAMME TUESDAY NIGHTImpDrama
mal fractions, and United be known as Indian River county, the $7,354,744, were shipped. :

States money) ____________ 20 middle to bear the name of Hudson I I The report gives not only the statistics : ...
3. Letter writing (a letter of not county, and the northern part to remain -j for 1914, but the returns on : 3 Reels, Hobart Henly, Francis Nelson.
less than 125 words on some as Brevard county. So far as is the phosphate industry for many
subject of general interest. known this will be the greatest job years in the past and the names of : "THE BOMBAY BUDDHA"

Competitors may select eith- of county dissection ever undertakenat ]those companies now doing business :
I I one time, with the exception of i in the state. "
er of two subjects given)__ 20 a i : Nestor-Comedy. 1

4. Penmanship (the hand writingof
the competitor in the sub- I "ALL IN THE SAME BOAT"
ject of copying from plain

. copy will be considered with I NOW'S THE TIMEto
i special reference to the elements -

of legibility, rapidity, 5c. and lOc. Free Until 6:30 P. M. i
neatness, general appearance get ready for the rainy season. Admission, -

etc.) ________________ 20 PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH

5. Copying from plain copy (a FINLEY'S GRAPIIO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
simple test in copying accu-
rately a few printed lines in $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's

the competitor's hand writ-

ing) ______________________ 20
Pioneer
6. Reading addresses (test in 8 .dLDU1t..:...'..!' :':..J'.JL 'iy'Tl1lll.1IIt: : 1L 1L 11 1t.Jfo.!
noting with pen or pencil, on
a printed sheet of addresses, C _p. C
CORNER
COURT AND PINE STREETS
differences between the printed 1 '
(j' '.. <
J (:;> L LI
, { addresses and the written I ..- I' ( "J!." :. .
O y"" -
,
addresses of which they area = \. -'. : -.
copy) ___________________ 10 .. ":


Total _______________________ 100 I : .T'T
Each applicant will be required to
submit to the examiner on the day. of .
( \ '
examination a photograph of himself -
erv Ice D
taken within two years. s .
Applicants must have reached their : 1 1 5 +- -
but not their
eighteenth forty-fifth J
4/.1/
birthday on the date of the examina 1j :

tion. The age limits are waived, how "
ever, in the case of persons honorably O .JiiiIII '' I (j
!-a it/ M
: .
discharged from the United States 13tatollWASHING i '. ', '" '
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FOR : :; :, ; 6
military or naval service by reason D I "\ "jr
of disability resulting from woundsor J 1 : ." ;, : : wE
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sickness incurred in the line of 'I' .".. ,:f "',' ': _.i';' .
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duty. Eligibles resulting from this .. .. :
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examination who were under 21 yearsof ." ', '0 1-- oC
COH ., .
.. f
age on the date of the examinationwill -:: --5 -"! !;,i ] g
not be certified for filling vacancies I LLLl .. ...... :' :':/0 ::
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in the position of assistant post- i
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master. i L4 >
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Male applicants must measure': not i
less than 5 feet 4 inches in height in ,
bare feet. No male applicant who AND .
passes the examination will be eligi- UJO .K tH
ble for appointment either as clerk or I"
city carrier who does '
not weigh at
I ,
least 123 pounds without overcoat and
hat. It will be inadvisable for male 1 L ,

applicants whose normal weight is Lh .

less than 125 pounds to enter the ex < <, '..
amination. Female applicants are not ; ti -
required to be of any specific heightor o
weight.

The postoffice department has advised POLiSHINGAUTO 1 1
the commission that I
no person
ANew Self-Starter
who has any of the following named i o

jmysical defects will be appointed to COO
the position of !carrier in the post-

office service: Hunchback; defective Here's the new Florsheim "Apollo,"
....
.
hearing, sight, or speech; blindness in I priced at $5.00. It is Skeleton Lined
r one or both eyes; asthma; loss of arm, -' -
I a for coolness and will give you the
hand or leg; crippled arms or legs;
I comfort that you expect of an old shoe.
flatfoot; hernia; congenital weaknessof Charges $1.00 for
the abdominal wall, or such weak- I Z ::

ness caused by wound or operation. Complete Job : : I j Florsheim lasts are "Natural Shape,"

These defects will also debar a person : .( suited to your feet, and Florsheim

from appointment to the position of I styles are designed for men of your
I
clerk in the service
,
postoffice except t
SERVICE FIRST-CLASS AND PROMPT. ITS class.
that deaf mutes and persons with defective I..J I
HANDY AND CONVENIENT TO DROP BY i
speech or hearing be
may appointed jon
"
to the positions of mail clerk, AND LEAVE YOUR CAR WHILE DOWN a/ Take a look at the Apollo, try it

distributer, and directory and for- STREET. let it demonstrate the comfort

warding clerk, and persons suffering O and quality makeup of our Florsheim
from flatfoot or weakness of the abdominal footwear.

wall may be appointed to any
position of clerk the duties of which 14 EAST CHURCHDon't

they are physically capable of performing Yowe\l-\ Duckworth Co
Applications from persons I ,.
who are not entitled to appointmenton I
Wait
account of physical defects will be Come

canceled. Other physical defects may ,
J
debar persons from appointment when
d JI
in the judgment of the commisison Now -I II

such defects would render them unfitto I

perform the duties of the positionfor 4 .II'I..I. . ... --------.I ... i
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DAILY I DR. DERNBURG DECLARES LUSITANIA SIDELIGHTSBy Club to that faulty piece of walk in t r;

WAS WARSHIP front of the club house that holds
South Florida Sentinel W. S. Branch water like a dish and makes a breeding \

MORNING AND WEEKLY (Published by Request) place for mosquitoes after every \

a. r:. GLENN ............ ...-.-.....RkU Cleveland, May .-Alleging that Phil Armstrong interrogates as follows shower. Drill a couple of holes \
w. C. ESSI>GTON .. ....Busin .. Manager
---- England carried American passengerson : "What's become of the good through the walk so the water can I
-; Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Flori' her ships as shields to protect her old custom of drinking sassafras tea run into the sand is a simple method
ida as Second Class Mail Matter.
importations of arms, Dr. Dernburg in the spring?" of treatment. I
t SUBSCRIPTION RATES statement which he Old Mr. Sassy fails to advertise and -oWe -
dictated
t Dail1. Y\ar ........................ 12.OO 50 today characterized as a the most important the rising generation therefore drinks failed to notice the name of the
'. Daily: 6 Month :::::::::::::::::::::: 1.25
Daily 3 Months statement he has issued in this Wudbline, Coly Koky, and other :editor of the Tampa Times in the "re-
........ yet
Daily. 1 Month ............... .60
country. liquids that keep themselves in the ceiving line" list of Gov. and Mrs.
.. ... LOO EDITORIAL
Weekly. 1 Year. ::.:.: ::.. "Great Britain declared the Northsea newspaper limelight. Trammell's reception.
,,' SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN-
ALL ADVANCETO a war zone in the winter," he said. --

; ADVERTISsEKs: "No protest was made by the United That Civic League recipe for white- I REASON FOR ABSENCE OF REMARKSON
States or any neutral. Great Britain wash may be all right for the ladies. SENTINELSThe
advertising Copy for must display be handed and all in at other the hand-let kawnew held up all neutral ships carrying But when it comes to whitewashingmen
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. non-contraband goods. No foodstuffsof commend us to the variety that Sentinel carrier boy who cov-
: the day before pubhcatiop. This rule applies
, to changes for contract advertising: it is any kind have actually reached the congressional investigating com- ers the east route in Orlando sufferedthe
Invariable and will be strictly-- adhered---to.-_ Germany since the war began. Inter- mittee uses when they are investigating misfortune to run a nail throughhis

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued national law does not recognize any prominent and influential mem- foot Saturday evening. The sub-
.f snoold notify the office in writing it will on bei right to starve out a whole people."In bers of the house or senate for some stitute carrier who took his place
i the date of expiration otherwise
continued at the: regular subscription rates retaliation Germany declaredthe of their misdeeds. Sunday was unaccustomed to the OUR CORSETS
until-notice to stop a received.
Telephone Numb-r .. 24TUESDAY waters around England a war I --0-- route and missed several patrons. ...'
i zone and started a submarine war- The sanitary section of the Civic This matter has now been remediedand

MAY 11, 1913. fare. It became known in Februarythat League should call the attention of in the future the Sentinel hopes I 1

British ships were flying the the sanitary section of the Rosalind there will be no trouble.
A GOOD WAY TO American flag as a protection. I I I

FORGET THE WAR.A "Great Britain replied by officially

good way to forget war is to declaring its purpose to starve 120- WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES !
jump into an automobile and spin 000,000 Germans and Austrians. The II

fifty miles an hour over the newly United States very thoughtfully triedto "The Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The
finished Conway road. It means 4.3 mediate, proposing that foodstuffs I House of :Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began.'*
miles of forgetting the Lusitania,for- should be passed and submarine war- I "Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Say." In Pans
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner !
getting the god of Mars, forgettingthe fare be stopped. Germany agreed; and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy."
bloody undersea conflict, the whole England turned the proposal down. All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eternal -
sordid, distracting, regretful, uncom- "Vessels carrying contraband are City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To
crime of the For 4 Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place."
promising ages. liable to destruction unless they can
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has
miles you see thrifty farmers tilling be taken to a port of the country that ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and
the soil, cutting away the underbrushand captures them. Oil is contraband, like Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of I
timber, planting and plowing. war munitions and all metals. The Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of I
and Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are Ae I Ineady"
houses shining plowshares
new master of the Gulflight swore before
to go to "A Far CountlJand march in "The Paths of Glory" that
happy smiles. Those men are not customs officials to his cargo of oil l leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The
.. thinking of the Lusitania. If they for France. The master of the Lusi- Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does 1O
are they are dreaming of peace and tania similarly swore to his manifestof not send forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of
Dishonor."
hoping that the struggle will soon cargo and metals and ammunition.Both .

end. For four miles there are forty the Gulflight and the Lusitaniawere \v. S. BRANCH,

houses clustered along the beautifulnew attacked, it is obvious.
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
There 1
bricked highways. are "The Lusitania's manifest showed

other houses a farther distance away she carried for Liverpool 260,000

which feed the new thoroughfare. Ina pounds of brass, 60,000 pounds of cop- -

few years there will be more than per, 189 cases of military goods, 1,271 ..

100 houses along this picturesqueroute cases of ammunition, and for London I

that is destined to produce thou- 1,200 cares of cartridges. "
sands of dollars in produce and farm "Vessels of that kind can be seized

products. The section bordering the and destroyed under Hague rules
road is of the most fertile in
new one without any respect to a war zone.
Florida. It has rich soil, plenty of The Lusitania was a British auxiliary

water, and is a natural paradise. Road cruiser, a man-o'-war. The passen- Economy is a virtue, but it must be

building in Orange county means not gers had had full warning, first by practiced with discretion. To purchase an
for today but for the future-ten, the German note to England in Feb-
twenty, thirty years. Every pop of a ruary, second by advertisement. inexpensive corset manifests wisdom, but

gun in Europe means poverty, ruin "Germany wants to do anything to buy; a cheap corset spellsfolly.
and misery, not for today, but for the reasonable so as not to make the

future-future generations that will United States or its citizens suffer in FOR RENT AND SALE The front lacing principle did much for

never recover from the present day any way. But she can not do so un-
reign of murder. less Americans will take necessary the comfort of women, but principle aloneis
"
o precautions to protect themselvesfrom not enough, it must be combined with \
The Nucholls
residence located at No. 110 America
THE LUSITANIA DISASTER .
dangers of which they are cognizant -
VIEWED LOCALLY. Street. Lot 671/4x332. House is modern and contains perfect design.

Calmness was noticeable yesterday ""What has done she has
Germany
1 seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
is designer and Smith is a
in Orlando by citizens of all ranks done by way of retaliation after her Paquin a ,
and classes in talking and discussing offer through President Wilson regarding tearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. designer, both create, but how different

the recent horror of war-the loss of submarine warfare was
their creations.
the Lusitania. The concensus of opin- turned down and after Britain de-

ion was that the United States should clared the war was directed toward
maintain peace at all hazards. As a the 120,000,000 innocent noncombatants There are many makes of Corsets on the

unit the people had faith in the mas- women and children. market, some good, some bad, some indif-
ter mind of President Wilson to deal "Americans can do their own think-
and
ferent. Some are properly designed
with the problem. That the chief executive ing when the facts are laid before S. Y. WAY
of the nation should deal firm- them. some poorly designed, some fit; others do ..

ly and speak plainly in this most try- Asked point blank whether he an- not.

ing situation was the general beliefof ticipated action by the United States

all Orlando citizens. There ap- which might result in pulling her into Insurance and Real Estate Agent Ambition is a wonderful power, it is the
pears to be no doubt but that Wilson the wa. because of the Lusitania's
will consider the question from all sinking Dr. Dernburg said: motive that prompts big things.

-:. sides and hold the German emperorto "That is a question I can not dis- PHONE 172 .
a "strict accountability" for the cuss. I can only say that any ship We are ambitious to have the finest

loss of American lives. Exactly what flying the American flag and not car- Corset Department in Central Florida.
will constitute "strict accountaability" rying contraband of war is and will
How far we have succeeded is known to
was a matter for conjecture. Gerard be as safe as acradle.

may be recalled from Berlin, Von almost every woman who studies ease,

Bernstorff may be grilled and dismissed Answering Dr. Dernburg's state-
comfort and style in her daily life.
a heavy indemnity may be ment that the Lusitania carried a
demanded. The "horror" is now in large cargo of munitions of war the
We make a distinct feature of the following -
the hands of Wilson and all citizensare Cunard Line agents declared that

placing faith in his supreme wis- there was no ammunition aboard except makes, believing .they represent; i

dom and excellent judgment. some cases of small arms car- the acme of style, fit and contour.
a tridges.-N. Y. Sun.

"- MURDER ORFORTUNE OF WAR? CLUBllOUSEFORORLADOBOYSCOUTS Everting from Head to Foot BOX TON ROYAL WORCESTER

1. Press dispatches quote Captain in. our Dru tore MADAME: LYRA FROLASET

Turner as saying: AMERICAN: LADY THE GOSSARD
p"I had a few words with Capt. Turner If will help the Sat-
you by taking Hair Tonic HAIR {
t ," said William McAdams of New Evening Post the Prices Crom$1.00
:. urday or CountryGentleman TON I range -
York. 'I had hoped for fog,' he each week, the Ladies' loBunion.
said. 'The Germans have committed Home Journal all of : '
i evelJmonth, or ,
'" to $25.00Our
deliberate, premeditated murder. them, the Curtis Publishing Company Plasters // A
And- offers a club house 18x30 feet to the -

t "Captain Turner, commander of the troop making a certain record to experienced corsetiere will be pleasedto
Lusitania, one of the few officers Aucust 18.Ye are now 70 per cent. '.; 1 :- .\ :
i f saved, has refused so far to make any perfect. Will you encourage them by help you.
formal statement. He remained at
j- letting a Scout or Scoutmaster James
his post on the bridge until the ship
Burden know ?
. at once ETJ \ n s iI
went down, and was rescued two

l hours later, wearing a life belt. AT THE ROOF GARDEN TONIGHTA

'" "He was terribly broken down when three reel feature tonight, "The
r he landed at Queenstown Friday evening Bombay Buddher."

i but his first remark as he went "All in the Same Boat. Comedy.

': ashore was one of quiet irony. Jack Dillon and Billie Rhodes.
"'''"ell,' he said, 'it is the fortuneof Valuable ladies'
prizes, including a
war.'" waist, given away. )I\

f DICKSON .IYES CO.
t Seems strange that England, Russia -
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT:: TAXPAYERS
'/ or France should not have a few % 1

. submarines scouting around instead i'jGet
f. underwater warfare The City Tax Collector has delivered -
of giving the entirely -
:
to the City Solicitor the delin-
t over to Germany.The quent City tax lists to be collected according it at .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.
t to law. The City Solicitor
sinking of the Lusitania may hopes that delinquent tax payers will MERCK'SWe .. ..
avoid heavy extra costs to themselves
be the means of bringing about a
by: payment without suit, for which an ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
.' speedier and swifter peace for distracted opportunity will be given: until June are the nearest drug store The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -
i Europe. 30th. After that date suits will be
i 0 brought without discrimination. PHONE 68MERUK'S of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
Every disaster has its heroes. Van- Payment should be made to FrankA. at right pricesr

derbilt-if the dispatches are correst .May Smith 10,,assistant 1915. Watkins block. : PHARMACY:

gave: his life belt to a woman and- LOUIS C. MASSEY,
perished! 5-11-2tc City Solicitor. I I THE REXALL STORE A'



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PACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB I r'r;= Aim '0& _

I @rluiWu Snrirt II Located in the Arcade BuildingAll i I t U "GET IT AT ALfcENS"l--: CjJ

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work guaranteed and neat- -
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GRANDTODAY ly done. Our work is the best I I
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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK I decorations, the honoree being charmingly and our prices are the lowest. i ;

I dressed in a gown of that color. This is the place to have your II ,?/ V
Tuesday, May 11. ,During the afternoon a dainty salad old clothes made new. I II r- L.>..::, 1 1L
Sorosi-! ub.
"t'dnesdayIay 12. course was served, and taking it all Suit scrubbed and \:
Monthly business meeting of Suffrage I in all the affair was a most enjoyableand Suit dry cleaned, pressed75C'1 \\,,,

'1 League, 10 a. m., at Unity Chapel. successful one. The high scores Suit pressed _____________40c. i
Bachelor Girls, hostess, Miss Lillian
were made by Mrs. Earnest Elliott, All Palm Beaches scrubbed
Smith. i
Young Matrons Card Club will be en- Miss Florence Davis, and Mrs. Alston and pressed ____________50c'
tertained by Mrs Hal Bourne. Ilaile.-Palatka Post.0 Mohair suits pressed ______25c.We .
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. S. A. ir do ladies' work also. Giveus ( 1 \
Robinson hostess. y
Unity Circle, at Unity Chapel three I SOCIETY NOTES r awgrom a trial and be convinced. I
o'clock. OF INTEREST.The *mraaount> Clothes called for and delivered. i
.o GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL: O
Thursday, May 13. delegates from Orlando in at- Phone 613.OSTEOPATHY. JEWELRY
Rosalind Club, gentlemen's evening, I
dance. tendance at the BaracaPhilatheastate x We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry t
Sans Souci Club meets with Mrs. convention at Arcadia last week represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different -

Lege. were Miss Lena Larson, Miss Blanche from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Naomi Feinberg Barnes Miss Claudie DeLaney, and
,
hostess. visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and

_ Friday May 14.iUss :Miss: Fannie Tucker. DR. J. c. HOWELL precious stones.
{ Helen Virginia Hoskins, hostess Gainesville secured the next session Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
"at masque party on Lake Cherokee. after a warm contest. JESSE L. LASKY presents Kifksville Graduate ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
I Nullos Club, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles The following officers wer elected' Consultation Free ,
hostess. Ib"
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, hostess to after the place of meeting had been RITA JOLIVETin Office HoteL Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan A= dJ I
Bachelor Girls, in honor of Miss disposed of:
Augusta Wright. President. M.:: Parrish, Gaines- Office Phone 710; Residence 1018
High School Classical Club entertainsthe a picturization of Eleanor. Orlando, Fla.
Senior German Club. ville; secretary, Miss Marie Saunders, --- -
Arcadia, re-elected; secretary of world YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE

MOTHERS' DAY wide Baraca movement, James C. La- Ingram's Extraordinary HERE

OBSERVED.The nier, Jacksonville; treasurer, J. 1:. LucerneTODAY
in selecting wall for
paper your
spirit Mothers'\ Day was fit- Roberts, Lake City; secret service sec- Romance ''
home. Our stock contains all the lat-
tingly observed at Orlando churches retary, :Mrs.: C. B. Jenkins, Plant City. ti
est designs in such a varied assort-
Sunday, and even outside the houses ; The convention was the most suc- "THE UNAFRAID"With "
ment that you are sure to find just
of worship individuals wore white cessful in the history of the order.It .
Ii carnations and other flowers to adjourned Sunday afternoon. House Peters ,. ; .;_ the kind you have been 'looking for.
Come in and see our offering and get
"mother." Rev. Ley, of the Methodist CHARLES CHAPLINThe
QAs.-. our prices. You'll be interested.
church, preached a fine sermon, taking The society section of thq*Jackson l
: ( World's Funniest Man) in
for his text, "Woman, behold thy ville Sunday :Metropolis: contained an t
10 cents 20 cents Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
sun; son behold thy mother. Follow- excellent three column 'engraving of "THE CHAMPION":
ing the services which were beautiful Miss Shirley Montague, who will be 205 S. Orange Avenue:
One of the funniest Picture in
i
Dr. announced that Fathers' Day
Ley remembered as one of the brides-
would be observed Sunday, May 15, maids in the recent Cheney-Robinson the world. COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 26!

at the Methodist church. The Rev. wedding. The :Metropolis: says:
Dr. Jno. W. Stagg delivered a most "Miss:: Shirley Montague is the talented "THE GLORY OF CLEMEN! ----

eloquent sermon at the Presbyterianchurch niece of Mr. and :Mrs.V.: B. ?****>. TINE"An
using for his text portions of Harney, and appeared in the leadingrole 11*
Mathew, 20. In referring to the of Miss Jacobi's school play, tt WRIGHT SEED COMPANY

r 'Scriptural passage Dr. Stagg said 'Every Girl,' Friday evening, in which i m ttw1I Edison Special Feature
complete -
that there were two distinct motives
she displayed marked histrionic abil- + -''
,. at play in this chapter, "first, the desire ity." ,lOQR211h in two parts. i "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use
, on the part of the mother for a I
place for those of her own, and sec- ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. Two Big Special Features I Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

ond, a blindness of a mother in not I Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice. '

perceiving that the strength of moth- and Mrs. Nat Burman and Mr. I International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.
erhood comes from the unconscious and Mrs. S. B. Hutton, and Mrs. POSITIVELY AN EXCEPTIONAL I Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augustine -

abnegation of self. There is nothing Stahlburg motored to Daytona Sun- SHOW I Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, NatalI

that more clearly exemplifies the hold day, spending the day most pleasantly and Sudan Grass, Dasheens.
that motherhood has upon the race despite the storm. I
than in the conscious or unconscious I
i ROOf GARDEN[ FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
of life find the
'losing to Scripture Mr. and Mrs. F. Mitchell:: leave

law fulfilled, 'He that would save his Orlando today for the summer. They BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
life must lose it." Dr. Stagg's ad- will spend a month in Asheville and i

dress was very fine and will be pub- Elendersonville, N. C., and then go di- TO DAY"THE

. ,. lished in full by the Sentinel this rect to Jamestown, N. Y., where they
week. The other churches observedthe will Temain until the first of Novem- -

day, Dr. Poulson, at the Baptist, ber and then return to this city.
preaching on "Unbalanced Powers," BOMBAY BUDDHA"A
FRANK
A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
and Rev. Father Fox, at the Catholic Mr. A. L. Maclean, one of Gotha's 3. Reel Feature. A melo-
church, on "Ask and ye shall receive." prosperous and well known citizens,

-0- spent yesterday in the county methopolis drama of mystery and thrills. Established 1886

"II. M. S. PINAFORE." mingling business with pleasure.

"I am the captain of the Pinafore, While in the city he paid the Sentinelan
And a right good captain, too"- appreciated visit. lie reports a "ALL IN THE SAME BOAT"
Mr. J. C. Lawton in his rich and CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
sings fine rain in his section yesterday.Mrs. Nestor Comedy. Jack Dillion
resonant baritone, telling his gallantcrew

that he is never known to quail W. E. Tuttle and son, W. E. and Billie Rhoda. f

.. at the fury of a gale and is never, Jr., left Orlando Sunday afternoonfor LOANS
never sick at sea. The sailors are Grand Rapids, Mich., where they
pleased with their sprightly and handsome will make a short tarry and then go Don't overlook the valuable
' f captain, and accord him a royal to New York city; thence they will
welcome as he appears on the upper journey to Petoskey, Mich., wherde prizes, a Ladies' Waist to be REAL ESTATE RENTALS

deck. This is accomplished by the they will manage the summer store in given away tonight.
most delightful and rollicking music, that city. Mr. W. E. Tuttle will remain -

making the bubbling good humor and in Orlando, and while not en-

merriment so contagious that the audience gaged in looking after the affairs of

responds at once in sympathywith his Orange avenue store, will spendhis
the singers. The "Middy" is a spare time on his orange grove. THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE

delightful piece of mischief and ani- CITY
For Sale
mation, and will be impersonated by DEATH OF PHILADELPHIA

Miss Helen Hoskins, who interpretsan WOMAN

skipping engaging about and in a winsome manner character truly en-, News of the death of Miss Mary 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price 1

s. ticing. Though "Cousin Hebe" is a Bowers, of Philadelphia, has just been

meddlesome old maid, it is to laughat received. She was a sister of Mrs. $4500.00. A bargain.DON'T .
her funnyisms, and in this delineation Wm. C. Gray and has visited in Or- Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney will simply lando, where she has many friends.
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bring down the house.
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PINAFORE WILL BE

RENDERED:: A Y 20. The excursion over the Atlantic ARCADEMILK

W. S. Gilbert wrote the libretto of i Coast Line yesterday to Tampa car-

the light opera, "Pinafore," which is ried a number of Orlandoites who are
I
ja clever story, well worth reading. spending today in that city enjoyingthe
lie was the author of twelve librettosset 1 sights. SWAT THE FLY !

to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan,

which is a series unrivalled in stage TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY DEPOTBUTTER
literature for their humor and satire

( and for real poetical and literary WANTED have proposition open Screen your home with our galvanizedwire
for six hustlers in this salary
merit. The favorites, sung and re- county; -

sung, are the "Mikado":: and "II. :M.: S. 26 East and Pine commission.street. D. E. Drennen 5-11-lt*, cloth at moderate cost.
Pinafore," though the "Sorcerer,"
"Pirates of Pinzance," and others FOR SALE-A lady going North MILK This will effectively keep out flies,
have been widely sung in England, will dispose of a Victrola talking Fresh Every Day.
machine reasonably. Phone 1009, 3
Canada and the United States, and in rings. 5-ll-2tc gnats, mosquitoes and other insects
5c.
I glass
per
foreign lands. Sir Arthur was also ,
the composer of "The Martyr of An- FOR SALE Vehet beans, $-1.00 per 25c. gallon and is
per
bushel: clay peas, 2.10 per bushel;
tioch, which was given by the Men-
I unknown and speckled cowpeas, $2.45;
delssohn Club in the spring of 1914 CREAM AND :MILK:
per bushel. J. L. Dean, prop. City BEST, HEALTH INSURANCEIN
4 under the direction of Forrest Dab- Drug Store. 5-11-7tc BUTTER THE

,I ney Carr. He composed, too many
Beautiful hymns which are \n general FOR SALE-A No. 1 Studebaker sur- Fresh Homemade THE WORLD
rey, in excellent condition; rubber
use in the English speaking world to- tires and will sell very reasonable if SANDWICHESPIES
day. taken at once. $;> will get it. A. L.
Maclean, Gotha, Fla. 5-ll-6t

MRS. VARNES-ENTERTAINS- FOR SALE-Ford runabout, full AND CAKESARCADE Hardware Storeon the CornerGUERNSEY'S

IN HONOR OF GUESTS. equipment, electric lights, electric
:Mrs.: :: R. A. Varnes entertained horn, shock absorbers. A bargain.Act .
charmingly at auction yesterday af- quick. Ford Garage, Church St.

ternoon at the home of her mother, 5-11-tf. MilK DEPOT JOS. L.
:Mrs.: Louis Kalbfield in honor of Miss LOST-30x3 casing, Dixie Heavy-
Roberta Branch, of Orlando, who is tread; has the wrapping on, rust
streaks from carrying; disappearedfrom MRS. E. M. PARRY
in
visiting the city. The color schemeof
my car: return to Sentinel and
pink was carried throughout in the receive reward. 5-11-tfc
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Lake Site I r NOTCE OF ELECTION __ .dumber I-Ja"t11s S.lid S11 11gles
SENTINEL
I, Notice is hereby given to the registered -
voters of Ocoee that there will
be an election held at that place on
. Monday, June 7, 1915, to decide upon
WANTSThe in<"'Orporatingthe town. 5-7-4w C tORLAN


Two i PHONE 646

.
Morning Sentinel Want For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
Directory is the Greatest Want =DO ,
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-

Terms Cash in Advance. BARNARD & SON ..

136 acres with beautiful fron- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
RATES
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t 12-10-im Royal Cement, Agatfte Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c -------- ----. .. .
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c -- -- ---- -'
For One Month ____________$2.30; I.
, 60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of Dr. S. S. Jones
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 CHIROPRACTOR
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in-
4 graduate Davenport College, 17 and
sertion.If
See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhereare ; phone
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- YES WE BELIEVE IN
being restored to health by chiro-
will be
counts
opened by telephone practic adjustments, the new scienceof ,
payable the following day. removing the cause of disease. Ex- '

Every Home-Every Business- amination free. 12.24-1mo CLEAN UP WEEK :
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Man has use for a i
Sentinel Want Ad.

Watkins Block PHONE 104 .- .- Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST


'.., FOR SALE
FOR 90 DAYSYou 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
FOR SALE-One or two fine lake O'Neals.
front lots for sale, on Great Conway -
can buy foundation lake. Good shore, high site.
stone building blocks, side- I Address "High Site," Sentinel office. We believe in making Orlando clean and neat, thus deserving -
walk tile, or anything in my :5-6-6t. DoctorsBileklllliStel'
the name City Beautiful. Also we believe that
line at reduced. Call around
and let me surprise you on FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, & Bnindagc the place to begin to clean up is inside the home, and "Xo..
5 passenger, in good condition; extra "
prices. equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue OSTEOPATHS Home Is Better Than Its Kitchen." In other words, we

F. D. GORE, 5-8-lmoc, Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. Personal instruction under Dr. Still believe you should begin Clean-Up Week by buying a nice

at Kirksville, Mo.
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. new
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1912 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH., model; over $50 worth of extras; National Bank. Phone 578.
must be sold before May 15. W. II.
I Palmer, 3 West Pine street. 5-9-3t GAS RANGEto
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FOR SALE-Typewriter box, leather,
Yard
steel ribbed, strong and durable, Orlando Wood
with lock, key and handle; dust proof make your kitchen clean and sweet, and then you will
and new. Inquire at Sentinel office. I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 5-7-6t Removed from Pine St. two blocks have more time to beautify the rest of your home and the

Office corner Orange Ave ue and north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALEA city.ORLANDO.
ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat ...
clean, nice cash business for a
Phone 419.Clean.'
hustler, on easy terms; requires only all times.
small cash payment; balance to suit '
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. "'.
4-9-tf

B. W. KINGSLEY
Up
FOR SALE-Good Kentucky mare, j
years old, wagon and harness. A PHONE 3HDON'T
fine bargain at $150. Call on or ad-
dress M. P. Wallam, R. F. D. No. 1, WATER & LIGHT CO
Maitland, Fla. 5-4-6t ,
Buy your Cleaning
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two
story
Materials of us. cottage, seven rooms and bath, GAS DEPARTMENTService
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
Brooms 2-23-tf WORRY


Mops 11
FOR RENT -- .
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Soaps FURNISHED ROOMS for light house- If you are disappointedabout r.

Washing Powders keeping, or room and board, in private getting a new Eas-
family; terms reasonable. 10

Soap PowdersBuy 5-G-6t Gould street, or apply ter old Suit one,we in can good put condi-your will Service will)

Start Pnr Wat' i Start
tion for just such occas SIJrin[ 'OI r
of Lay-U- FOR RENT-On Colonial Drive, for ions. May 10th E L May 10thIn
a can six months, at very reasonable __ __ _
terms, five housekeeping rooms, to
Dust.
adults only. Modern and furnished.

5-5-6t Inquire at 406 Colonial Drive, east. ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking
CARUTHERS & GORE purposes by companies who
FOR RENT-Modern house of seven Dry Cleaningl! -
rooms, screened porch, bath, large Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands
closets, gas and electric lights, closein I ..
: New Modern G Grocery one block from1.. .E. church. Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to
Phone 520, or inquire 312 North Main
street. 5-9-6t* the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or- ,
I .
Phone 200 lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
. FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

\ 6 and 8 East Pine St. Yancey. 3-28-tfc COOLER Free of Charge.

FOR RENT-Until October 1, cheap,
large furnished house, 8 rooms, on and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
Lake Eola. Owner going North. Address
W., Box 146, or phone 523. gallon.

5-9-3tc Floral Designs No,deliveries made less than 5 .gallonlots.

BUYERS AND SELLERS
$2.ooTAMPA
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over ANALYSIS :
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. t
.violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.

Rollins College, Florida.

WANTED Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915H.

WANTED-Second hand safe me- ;j. M. CARUTHERS B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
t and dium size; must be cheap. J. Van Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
Buskirk, Room 3, Rock Bldg, city. brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
[ 5-8-3t Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.

RETURNMONDAY SPRING WATER
WANTED-Grove, truck garden, or

small farm to care for. Address COLOR ______________________________Clear.
MAY 1m Fla.Room 4, 19 W. Church street, Orlando, Under New Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral

5-8-3t FREE AMONIA ____________________________None.
WANTED POSITION young man House ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ________________None.
having fifteen years experience in Smyth CHLORIDE _______________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
t. Tickets good on all department stores desires position TOTAL SOLIDS ___________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
1: Regular Trains where rant advancement.ability and merit Best would references.war- Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace S.

Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-2S-tf One Block from Court House HARDNESS ______________________________38 parts per LOOOOO0-2.217 grains per gallon.
t Final Limit May 13thVIA The results of water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
FURNISHED ROOMS A='DBO.RD
, TO ECHANGE-For house and lot monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from
t railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 Rates by Day or Week. Summer of the body.
of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its small
The absence
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 Rates Now On. very
r Atlantic Coast LineStandard acres unimproved; extra good land. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc MRS. J. H. McCAMY quality.

LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via A very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Railroad of the Southe the Atlantic Coast Line, Friday, the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and "
May 14. 2:43 p.m. Rate $17.60. See just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirements
Mr. LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783, of the body. Yours respectfully,
506 Lexington street. Get idenI I "
tification cards from depot your or city I CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOS R. BAKER. .

ticket agent.Umbrellas.
r I 375

recovered and repaired West Jefferson Street
r "while you wait," at Young's Repair( I
ShoD 21 1i:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Successor(to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

6 DR. L H. RAMSDELL Daily reading of Sentinel ads is Hand Wood CompanyWood
sure profit. Don't pass that part of LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.
0 PTOMETRIST| the paper by.Quickest of All Kinds

e ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES results, and the kind that PROMPT SERVICE i \Wright, "Good'Jand'?: Bad Cigar Store.." Phone 444

AND DO ALL KINDS OF are worth money, are the kind you REASONABLE PRICES
OPTICAL REPAIRING I get through Sentinel want ads. I
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LAKELAND IS1 IIK1LLIANT EDITORIAL ETCHINGS "Behold the fool saith, 'Put not all "In years agone I used to hear
OF WAIt the course of the symposium on NEW PAPER AT men
,t NATIONALISM DECLARES CAUSE SWEDISH I r"America's Possible Contributions to r LAUNCHEDMr. Ii : FROM OTHER SANCTUMS: thine eggs in the one basket,' whichis say, 'I intend to make my pile and retire -
but a manner of saying, 'Scatter
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a Constructive Peace. On this SUb- from business and '
enjoy
I myself.
DIPLOMAT '
"The old that 'familiarity and your attention; but
money
saying your
New York, .
ject, Morris Ilillquit'the J. F. Schumann returned to "I
am glad to know
I IPhiladelphia.Nationalism breeds contempt' is only partly true; the wise man saith, 'Put all your eggsin that any one
Socialist, said: Orlando yesterday from Lakeland
is the familiarity with the best things the one basket and-watch that today who makes this remark is re-
II "Politically the nations are almost where he has been spending several
immediate cause of war, August breeds appreciation." basket."-:Mark: Twain. srarded as booked for the bughouse."The .
equally divided into belligerents and days assisting Messrs. Piner and
Schvan, the eminent Swedish diplomatist non-combatants. One-half of the Childs in getting their daily morning man who does not enjoy himself -
and disarmament advocate, told I world is under arms, striving for mu- paper launched. The first edition "When America was first discov- "The good that is in you is of small I in his business will never know
the members of the American Acad- ered men traveled miles and miles to
: tual extermination, while the other made its appearance yesterday. Mr. use as long as it stays there." what happiness is.-The Philistine.
emy of Political and Social Science find a place to settle. Nowadays men
half witnesses the inhuman spectaclewith Schumann reports Polk county as dry,
in session here. travel miles and miles so that they
impotent dismay."If as the fine showers which have been
"To try to secure peace by regu- won't have to settle."
falling in Orange county for the past
all the nations at all
lating nationalism is as futile as it peace
two days have not as jet visited that SPRAYINGFor
neutral
would be to endeavor to root out American republics and all "It's a common saying that to the
crime by inducing criminals to form powers of Europe and Asia, would i section. great man nothing is small. The con-
societies for the proper regulation of join in a definite and urgent offer of I verse is equally true; to the small White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
' ,. their handiwork," he said. "Pacifists mediation with armistice, the proposal I Again we call your attention to the man notihng is great." secticide. For Red Spider. Ruste Mite and all other Mites
f must proceed like modern criminolo- would come with such commandingmoral I classified ads. infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur

gists who try to remove the causes force that it could not be ignored "A good name is rather to be chosen Compound.
which probuce criminals. They should by the belligerent powers. take it upon itself to organize a coun- than great riches; but there is no These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
concentrate their efforts upon the destruction "Every neutral country is deeply cil of all neutral nations, a modern law against acquiring both." be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
of nationalism by doing and disastrously affected by the war 'International Concert 0 of Powers' to lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
away with entity of the state. and wishes to see peace. But the conciliate the warring nations, and Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
"This implies the elimination of world is inert and inactive for lack not to relax in its efforts until peaceis "Worry is the "interest we pay on I cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
governmental action from the field of of leadership. It is this leadership finally and firmly established. borrowed trouble. I you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
international relationship. National which we must assume. The: United "This may be a rather unconventional -
governments must become boards of States is the largest, most powerful step in established diplomatic "The drum makes the noise, but it
administration with no other allegi- and influential of the neutral nations.It I procedure, but the world has never is the silent" baton that directs the or- 1. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers :

ance from the parts of the inhabitantsthan is also the most independent and faced a crisis as great as that through chestra. ,

that which they accord to their secure. It is naturally placed in a which we are now passing. The extraordinary Orlando, Florida
f municipalities." I sition of leadership in this world pO-I situation calls for unusual A man who specializes in theories I
Mr. Schvan's remarks were made in sis. Our government could methods, bold measures and big men." I expects others to make them work.



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Demostration Ideal Fireless Cooker
at McCulloch's all this week. STATEMENTOF

Mr. John M. Cook left yesterday af-
1 ternoon for Gainesville on a business THE
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Peoples National BankAt
Peter J. Smith left last night over
the Seaboard Air Line for New York, .
" where he will remain until October.Mr. the close of business May 1, 1915
OF THE CONDITION OF
J. B. Mills is spending today in
The State Bank of Orlando Tampa taking in the sights and oth-

erwise enjoying life in the metropolisof RESOURCESLoans
I ORLANDO FLORIDAAt South Florida.

and Discounts_____________________$106,153.07
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915
Mr. J. Hugh Reese, editor of the Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73

: RESOURCESLoans Reporter-Star, who has been visiting Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76Overdrafts Tallahassee is expected home for the today.past day or two, S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

:, _____________________________ 518.37 Other Bonds ____________________________ 13,536.00
= Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 Mrs. II. B. Mjers left yesterday Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32: .
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 morning for Tampa to spend the week Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,341124 ,
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32 with her daughter, Mrs. George Wy-
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 gant. 971,272.24!) \


$1,095,178.62 Messrs. Harry Kanner and B. Salo- LIABILITIESCapital
LIABILITIES mon are spending today in Tampa,

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 combining business with pleasure.Mr. _________________________________$ 50,000.00

Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22 Surplus ____________________________-__ 12,500.00
Bills Payable ___________________________ None W. A. Willsey, one of the rep-
Undivided Profits _______________________
Rediscounts ____________________________ None resentative citizens of the Lockhart 9,529.04
section, was among the county seat Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00

Deposits 1,001,705.40 visitors yesterday.Mr. Reserved for Taxes ___ __ __________--- 640.25

Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00

$1,095,178.62 George Kingsley motored to Deposits ________________________________877,595.13 ..
Orlando yesterday from his home in
Altamonte and spent the day looking
$971,272.24GROWTH
after business matters.


:Messrs. R. T. Joughin, II. A. Van
Boursum, W. J. Carson, and \V. C.
McAndrews, of Tampa, spent yester- May 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90

day in Orlando attending the meetingof May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84

the Master Plumbers. May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80

May 1, 1915__________-__ 877,593.00!)
Miss Claudine Sission arrived in
Orlando yesterday aftehnoon from
-- -- -- ----- --
New York on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.F. .
J. Terry, corner of Ridgewood and ..
Hillcrest.

"
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Spencer arrivedin
Orlando Saturday from Miami on 11111111..llllllllli'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll111" ,1",1,111111111..
a visit to their daughter, Miss Evelyn,
II
ee who is matriculating at the Cathedral
l I
school. :' I


Miss Ruth Hendricks, Mr. E. G.
S s, Duckworth, and Mr. John McCamywere
MAXWELL MOTO.R CARS
passengers leaving Orlando yesterday -
afternoon over the Atlantic .
.
Coast Line for St. Petersburg where ..
will .1. ..
they spend today.

1 : i Fully Equipped $750.00
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dodd and daughter :
Miss Orah, of Buffalo Springs, I.I.
lass., were among the arrivals in Or- I.
lando yesterday afternoon and are A good Car backed up by a ::
registered at one of the local hotels I.
for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. .
LIVE ON THE PORCH good CompanySold ::

and Mrs. W. A. House and chil- II II

dren, Margaret and Gertrude, who I
THIS SUMMERDon't have been spending several weeks in I
Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mc-
Lean, left yesterday afternoon for
Swelter in doors when a call to our store will demonstrate their home in Atlanta.Mr. .
I By
to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be .

converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleeping and Mrs. T. W. Camp, who have

.. room. Here are a few of many specially made pieces for spent over the this past section week in with Orlando the view looking of- j San Juan Garage Company i i iII11 ,

porch.
your spending future winters, left Orlando I. .
.
!' Ii.
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic i.. Ii. I
Coast Line for Stroudsburg, Pa. i.
il. Ii'
Haltex Fibre FurnitureIaple Chairs and Rockers I

Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings Mr. Jas. A. Knox has returned froma I

Hammocks visit to Asheville, where he attendeda M .1",1"1"1,111,1,11",1,111.1111.1....? I.II.II.I.llrlllr' .

r Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline meeting of the representatives of -
the New York Life Insurance com-
Shoves. Select to r.
yours day.OSCAR pany. lie also visited other points in
North Carolina.Mr. Bank Organized April 16th, 1906

! HAND & SON and Mrs. B. T. Emerson and STATEMENT OF

daughter, Miss Orah, who have been t
visiting points of interest on the East
ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANYAt
i and West Coasts, arrived in Orlando
yesterday afternoon to spend several
iJ ::i- -- days before returning to their home the close of business May 1, 1915

in Troy, N. Y.
." 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111j I Condensed From Report to The Comptroller

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pringle, who I RESOURCES LIABILITIESLoans

FOR GRADUATES have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs and Discounts _______________$381,830.29 Capitol Stock ____________________$100,000.00
r J. I. Thornton at their pretty home', Overdrafts _______________________ 920.54 Surplus and Undivided Profits ______ 34,385.80
1 209 East Jackson street, left yesterday Stocks and Bonds ________________ 24,668.33 Dividends Unpaid ____________. 12.00 '"
: afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine ; Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures__ 42,167.86 Bills Payable _______-_________ None
:.' for Brownsville, Pa., where they Cash on hand and due from other banks 340,701.83 Re-Discounts ______ None
-------------
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin will spend the
summer.
: DEPOSITS ____________________ 635,213.09: :
i Due to Banks -----________________ 675.96 1
Pendant Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lane, of Plattsburgh -
N. Y., who have been in Or. $790,288.85
$790,288.85
lando for the last couple of weeks,
'I or other piece of jewelry :you want, you can get the best : left last night for their home in the! Reserve carried by the Bank ______340.701.83
Deposits, May 1, 191o______$640,215.09
value for ;your money by coming to us. North. They went to Sanford to take Reserve required by Law __________ 131,043.00
the St. Johns river trip to Jackson Deposits, May 5, 1915______ 691,650.83;
We specialize in pieces of the better class fine __ _
,
yule, and from there by rail to the! Reserve in excess of amount required
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof : Empire State. They expressed pleasure by Law _______________________$209,658.83 Increase in four days ______$ 36,433.76
merit. We excel in this line ,
yet our prices are ex- in their here
, stay and hope to
ceedingly low. We also offer you choice selections and for another visit. return The officers and directors of The Orlando Bank and Trust Co., desires to call the attentionof
the best service. its patrons and the citizens of Orlando to the above strong and healthy statement. The man-
agement of the Bank feels that this showing reflects the sane and progressive methods employed
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it Guests registering at the San Juan .
:I in this financial institution. They endeavor to pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in its treat- \
i t ; -the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the ', ,, hotel yesterday include Chas. M. Rai- ment of its patrons and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking. Accounts of all who desire I

1 wearer. ;<:2LZfT.H.EVANSJEWELER ney, L.1.. Futch, Lakeland; A. O. the services of well equipped and safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
Hopkins, Atlanta; E. B. SinMey, T. A.

,, Coons Unerwood, Chas., L.Y.M.Belote Roberts, B., J.Jas.Kava N.: i E

naugh, Jacksonville, George Keefe; II., W.L. II.Tucker Taliaferro J.-.I Orlaildo n Bank & Trust t L CoMauY

: Needham, W. S. Bullock, Jr., Ocala;

Miss Margaret L. Willy, C. W. Hug: I Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00Total
gins, Tampa; J. L. Sewell, Sampson I
Levy, New Orleans; Chas. W. Smith, Resources Over Three-Quarters of a Million.r.w. .

,, Jacksonville, and J. II. Picton, Rock- !

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