The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00259
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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 15, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00259
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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YesterdgHiy AfternoonWilson Barnes Denied That lie Ever Had I' UNSTEMMED: : ;

Any Dealings With :Murphy I
and Cabinet Discuss robable Outcome but Are Not Dis- Asked T. R. Not to Advocate : -
turbed-Berlin Is Silent [to Date-Bernstorff Asks Bryanto FLA. CITRUS EXCHANGE
Claim to Have Fallen Back LINE "WEST
Put Out No View' From Germany Until They Syracuse N. Y., May 14. There
, was an adjournment tonight in the to River Sene to Shorten FLA." AND FLORIDA
Are Authoritativ] and Official Reply Is MEEtSIMORLANDOJUNE
fourth week of the BarnesRoosevelttrial Their Line on BattleFront
Receiv fd(f From BerlinB as Barnes had just begun to explain -
his relations with the Albany 11THSUBEXCHANGE .
JLLETINDAMAGE printing ring. The subject had been
London, May 14.-The tremendousdrive
CAPETOWN, MAY 14. CAUSED BY RIOTS excluded from the trial but the Roose- of the Austro-German armies Least This City Has Fight-
velt counsel brought the matter at
WHICH HAVE TAKEN PI.CE: ALL OVER DUTCH SOUTH up :under General Von Mackezen through MEETING ing Chance-Levy Tax Bill
the cross examination and Barnes'counsel
1G OF THE 'western Galicia continues unstemmed, YESTERDAY RESULTS IN
AT MORE THAN 55,000,000, HARDLY A SHOP OR Barnes said he asked Roosevelt not according to advices from Vienna to- ARRANGEMENTS

HOTEL OWNED BY A GER! IAN HAS ESCAPED. "o advocate a state printing house l&t ''day.From PassedBy

DISPATCHES FROM DU [DAN STATE THAT LARGE GERMAN cause such an establishment wouitj: Russians being have besiegers now turned of Przemyslthe to its Speakers of Note on ProgramL. C. F. JohnsonThe
raise and prevent competitionfor D. Jones Is Chairmanfor
THER HAVE BEEN Sentinel Bureau
WAREHOUSES ATTACKED BY AIR defense. An official statement issued ,
' MOB TODAY AND THE] CONTENTS TOTALLY DESTROYED wise state detrimental contracts to, and his prove business other- from Berlin says that the forces under the Day-Com- Tallahassee, Fla., May 14.
as General Mackenzen have pushed mittees NamedThe I The greatest surprise of the session
BY FIRE. SHO] 'S AND HOTELS WERE LOOTED publisher. lie had begun \to tell of
occurred in the house of
their pursuit of the Russian : representatives -
AND THE CONTENTS TA1 [EN OUT AND BURNED IN THE his connection with J. B. Lyon whenan corps
which they defeated. the east of Florida Citrus Exchange will I this morning when a joint resolution -
STREETS. IN THIS CITY AND JOHANNESBURG SIMILAR adjournment was taken. Cracow, until now their advance hold its annual meeting in Orlando calling for the division of the
On direct and crossexaminationBarnes
:ACTS WERE COMMITTED.: guards are before the great fortress Friday, June 11. It is expected sev- state of Florida, into two states was
continued a course of contradiction i which the Austrians surrendered last eral thousand members jyll be pres- of St. John county and Davis of Jack-
Among the things he deniedwas I
Washington, May 14.-Secretary Bryan at 10:08: o'clock p. m. ever having political dealings March after a siege of more than six ent from all sections of Tiorida. Every son county.
I months. effort will be made to show the Suwanee river is named as a divis-
gave out the following: with :Murphy in He denied
any way. The Russians have also retreated visitors a rollicking time. I ion line, that part west of the river to
"Ambassador Page at ..'ome cabled the state tha the ever had conversation
department to- a
from their positions at Kielce lono- Minutes of meeting held at the Sub- be known as "West Florida" and that
night that President Ison's note to Germany had reached Rome Loeb as to a promise to keep with I ladz ana along the Pilica river, according Exchange office, Orlando, Florida, part east of the river to be known as

at 2 p. m. today and was immediately copied and forwarded to hands off and let :Murphy elect a to Berlin's official statement. May 14, 1915.Present "Florida." Tallahassee is to be the
United States senator in 1911.
Berlin at 3:40 p. m. t day. I They are said to be falling back : L. W. Tilden, chairman, capital of West Florida, and towns
hastily toward the east. Tildenville; A. B. Johnson, Orlando; throughout the central part of the

President iscusses Gravity of Situation YESTERDAY'S RESULTS The Russians are reported to be developing E. F. Sperry, Orlando; W. W. Bate- state will'make a fight for the loca-

counter strokes, but these man, Wauchula; L D. Jones, Tampa; tion of the new capital.
Washington, May 1 President Wilson and his cabinet discussed National League ire not yet developed to a point where C. P. Dow, Orlando; Dr. J. II. Ross, Orlando now proposes to come to
today the eff 'ct of the American note to Germany had New York 3, Cincinnati 1. military men are willing to commit Florence Villa. the front and join the ranks of progressive -

created on the Ameri an public, and also its probable effect on the Brooklyn 4, Chicago 19. hemselves to a prediction as to their Absent: G. W. Holmes, Eustis; C. cities along the line of adver-
people and'governme nt of Germany. Boston 4, St. Louis 1. success.A H. Walker, Bartow; H. L. Borland, tising. Senator Donegan today intro-
Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 3. Russian official statement issued Citra. duced a bill that went to the calendar '
Ambassador Bern storff called at the state department
today American LeagueNo from Petrograd tonight practically The chairman appointed Miss Lou- of second reading without reference
and requested Secre "ary Bryan to announce that no views would games scheduled. admits the German claims of an ad- ise Allen to act as secretary.This that authorizes the city of Orlando to

be put out as the a thoritative views of Germany on the American Federal League vance upon Przemysl.The committee met for the purposeof levy as much as one mill tax for pub-

note should be a' cepted as such by the American public untilan Baltimore 4, Brooklyn 12. Czar's war office explains that setting a date for the annual con- licity purposes.

official reply of t. e German government was given publicity. Buffalo 1, Newark 5. the Russians have fallen back to the vention of the Florida Citrus Exchange This same bill has been enacted for

Pittsburgh 0, Chicago 6. river Sene, upon which Przemysl is and to arrange all details. Lee county, Osceola county, and oth-

Babies anld Women Washed in by the Seat South Atlantic League situated, with the object of shorten- Mr. Bateman moved that Friday ers at previous sessions. Plant City
Columbia 6, Macon 3. ing their battle front. June 11, be set as the date for the is the only other town that has secured -

Queenstown, May a 4.-Twenty-eight additional bodies of Lusi- Albany 4, Savannah 3. meeting, seconded by Mr. Johnson. this kind of a law at this ses-

tania victims were br ught in tonight. A Augusta 4, Columbus 3. Carried.Mr. .
torped9 boat landed the Paris, May 14.-A Havas dispatch sion.Under
bodies of seven men, fclur women and one boy. The tug Stormcock Charleston 7, Jacksonville 1. from Rome filed late last night says Jones moved, seconded by Mr. the plans of the progressive

brought in eleven men four women and Southern League that at the close of the meeting of Dow, that E. D. Dow :Mr. Johnson citizens of Orlando the bills for advertising -
one baby. Most of the 8
Memphis Atlanta 2.
ministers, Premier Salandra conferred and Mr. Jones be constituted as a I the town and increasing the
bodies were identified those of saloon passengers. The bodies Nashville 2, New Orleans 3.
with King Victor Emmanuel and that committee to make all necessary arrangements i values of the whole community will
found by the torpedo b up twenty miles grave events are expected in the very with the railroad companies -I now be borne equally by all tax pay-
cff Fastnet all wore life\ belts and had been washed out to sea bya Chattanooga 8, Birmingham 5. near future. for transportation, etc. Carried. ers.

gale yesterday. People Want War Moved by Dr. Ross, seconded by
via Paris, May 14.-The
Allies Continue to Gain Ground "INVENTIONS" meeting of ministers yesterday after- sisting of Mr.\ Johnson, as chairman,
:Mr. C. E. Howard J. H. Reese
Sperry, Circuit court ground
noon was not, strictly speaking, a away yester-
London, May 14.-The rench war office in its midnight state- and W. M. Glenn be
'Vashington.-The wave of popular cabinet council, according to the Gior- appointed to ar- day and several important cases were r
ment tonight, says that d spite the unfavorable weather conditions indignation which swept over the nale d'ltalia. range for publicity. Carried. heard. The case of Way and Over- I

at Arras the allies continued\ to gain ground in that region country as the result of the sinkingof The ministers met merely to discuss The opening of the meeting was set street, plaintiffs, versus the C. G. Jus- 'i
1 while fighting took the Lusitania has resulted in stim- at 10:15 a. m. with an invocation by tice Co., of Philadelphia claimants
today, severe place at other points along the the situation created by popular agitation }t
battle front. The allies' successes are claimed. Berlin ulating would-be inventors of imple- for war, and to consider ques- Dr. Poulson, and speeches by the following attracted a great deal of interest. The
regardingthis ments of war, large numbers of whom tions which will be discussed at the gentlemen: E. F. Sperry, jury found a verdict for the claim I
contents itself with
fighting the assertion that the day was have sent to the British embassy next formal meeting of the cabinet. mayor of Orlando; C. P. Dow, Orlando ants. Briefly, the case was one in 1

comparatively quiet. plans for destructive devices. Forty The war fever.continues to spread, Board of Trade; Dr. J. W. which Walter Drennen owed money to

such propositions were received to- and the manifestations in the capitalare Stagg, the City of Orlando; Dr. J. H. Messrs. Way and Overstreet, the lat 5

QUIET SESSION OF TilE CITY PRESIDENT ABANDONS::' RULE day, coming from all parts of the particularly impressive. A crowd Ross, Florida Citrus Exchange; F. L. ter attaching groves owned by the "

BY DICTATING:: GERMAN country and from all classes of men. favoring war went tonight to the hotel Skelly, sales department; Clarence Justice Co., who claimed the fruit
At the meeting of the city council NOTEWashingtcn.President at which Gabriele de'Annunzio is Wood, of Eustis Lake Region, Eustis; was its property. Jones and Jones

yesterday afternoon Carl Jansen, city DEATH OF JOSEPH LINHART::' staying and cheered until the poet Rev. J. G. Glass, of Ocala. represented the plaintiffs and Davis

clerk reported $8,906.60 balance in Wilson dic- Joseph Linhart, a well known fruit appeared on a balcony and spoke fervidly L. D. Jones was appointed chair- & Giles the claimants. Three true

,the brick assessment fund. The city I It 'tated the Lusitania note to Charles grower and trucker of Oviedo, passed in favor of war. The crowd man for the day. bills were returned by the grand jury :

4 Iciais pledged themselves to do everything P. Swem, his confidential stenographer away shortly after eleven o'clock yesterday then went to the palace of Dowager Moved by Mr. Bateman, secondedby against negroes, of murder in the first : I
possible for the entertain- :Mr. Johnson, that all the rest of degree. Two of these : I
and thereby set a precedent. All morning. The deceased had Queen :Margherita and acclaimed her cases will be
ment of the visitors who will attend of the other important state been in ill health since December, and wildly. the program be left entirely up to the heard :Monday. The case of the Flint : I I

p the convention of the Central Florida including his messages to papers for the past few weeks had been at Board of Trade of Orlando. Carried. Kote Mfg. Co. vs. Hanner Bros. will !
Highway Association in Orlando, June the "strict accountability"congress, which one of the local sanitariums. Funeral Come and hear those Columbia rec- Motion to adjourn. Carried.L. be continued today from yesterday. i i'n

10, and the Florida Citrus Exchange went to Germany in February, and services will be held from the Cath- ords. You will want one. Curtis & W. TILDEX, Chairman. q
which will convene here June 11. P. !other international statements, were olic church Sunday afternoon. I O'Neal book and music store. RETURNS:: FROM CRUISE l!
F. Laubach & Co. and the Cooperative writen HAD PHYSICIAN WITH HIM INCASE
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I president in person on '
Co. were the lowest bidders for his old fashioned typewriter, which ACCIDENT Messrs. H. I... Beeman Edwin Bee- I
car load shipments of oats and hay. I rest: on a desk in the White House "U. S. May Lead A Defensive man and Jas. L. Giles have returned :

respectively, and the bids were awarded obb:. Dr. Geo. T. Bennett and Mr. C. II. to the city following a ten days cruise j

to them. League To Stop War"ParisParis Hoffner were up from Pine Castle on the St. Johns river on board Mr. ? ;
I in the latter Beeman's f
VEtY FEW AUTO ACCIDENTS I yesterday gentleman'snew pleasure yacht, "Ladle. ; t
CROPSEVEIt::' LOOKED BETTER Ac I car, which he has recently pur- The party reports having had a most '
)rding to local
there iave been fewer automobile garage men May 14-The unofficial version "It is possible the United States chased, and as he was just reachingthe delightful outing, fish of many varieties ,
i_ A gentleman who has just returned so far this than in accident of President Wilson note to may take the intiative in the organi- point where he could control the being caught at various fishing :
from aisit to several points in Orange year any zation of a defensive league of neu- machine, had the genial doctor alongin grounds where stops were made. :
other ,revious year in the history of Germany is highly praised by this
county says he never saw farm the buiness. trals, which will transfer the passive case of accident-which we are
crops and orange trees look better at morning's papers. "It shows" says neutrality of non-belligerents into glad to chronicle'did not occur. PRODUCE ON::' LOCAL MARKET .'

this season of the year than they do the Figaro, "that the era. of banal pro- active neutrality which will manifest Huckleberries, sugar corn and ] :

right now. Potatoes are looking particularly nCEhESIDEXTLRSILLL: TO tests is over, and Germany must give itself to begin with by an absolute CONGRESSMAN IN ORLANDO::' peaches have made their appearance f
well, corn in some places is SpAK AT THE CAPITAL formal guarantees that she will not and complete boycott of Germany, in the local market and are becoming w
tasseling, watermelons and canta- I I ON::' MAY 17 permit similar crimes in future. If which will definitely place her beyondthe Congressman. J. Sears, of Kis- plentiful. s :

loupes are showing up nicely, and the On tt evening of May 17, ThomasR. she breaks these promises America pale of civilization We can, in simmee, spent several hours in Or-
prospects for a large orange crop MaMiall: vice-president of the will proceed to act. The United any case, be sure the United States lando yesterday shaking hands with THE WEATHER !

throughout the county are very United Sates, will deliver an addressin States, perhaps will not go as far as will exact full and entire utisfact his many friends and looking after Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun,1 ;
bright. Taliahasee. war, for it will not be necessary. I on." business mc.t:cr.5. ay.


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I late news item from New York

| Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service jj I,lows strength According: on to land latest and reports sea is,as Italy's fol- says Crory A:new Stores company Corporation known as has the been:Mc- : VELVET EANSi f

i I Army formed to take over the business for- I i
Harley-Davidson. TruckFOR I I Infantry-2 regiments of grenadiers merly carried on by the J. G. McCrory AND
I 94 of infantry of the 'line 12 company. It will have an authorized II I
QUICK SERVICE :of bersaglieri or light infantry, and capitalization of $1,250,000 7 per cent. I
.8 of Alpine chasseurs, 61 regiments of cumulative preferred stock and $5- COW PEAS
{mobile militia (corresponding to the 000,000 common stock.A .
I German landwehr), and about 400,000 syndicate of bankers headed by
PHONE 444 'infantry of the territorials (corre- Hornblower & Weeks and Charles E.
'I sponding to the landsturm). Each Merrill & Co. has purchased and resold -
regiment of the first line has its reserve all of the preferred stock and a I Makes RicMi LandClay
Good and Bad Stores ii iiMM'
| Cigar unit. Total infantry about block of the common, all of which has
I 1,320,000 men, all mobilized. been placed privately. The new com-
. .. . . .. .MMIilil Cavalry-29 regiments, each with pany will operate a chain of 113 5 and
!i its reserve unit; 31 squadrons of mili- 10 cent stores in New York, Philadel-
Cow Peas, bushel .
per f$2..lo.
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tia, 30,000 territorials; total, about phia, Washington Pittsburgh, and a
150,000 men.Arti'llery2.t. number of other important cities in Unknown Peas, per bushel ---- Bl u_ --__________ 2.15
07E3E..A.: ; rrIs regiments of field ar- the eastern and southern states. Speckle Peas, per bushel ------JJK----u_______ :!.-tn

tillery, 1 of horse artillery, 2 regi- Yokohoma Beans, per bushel -- _u_n n______- 5.00 '

practically a complete poultry feed. Is the cheapest of ments of mountain guns, 3 regimentsof AT ST. JAMES Early Amber Sorghum, per bush el 1 -_-__-____-___ i.sr)
coast artillery, 3 of garrison artillery -
feeds when bought at the right Kaffir Corn, Peck -------- ---- .7:)
price. batteries The of
We have it at the right price. batteries 78 of territorials of militia; total and, about 100 commemorated ascension Christ at into St. Heavenwas James' Teosinte, lb. _________________ .:)s

2.65 per 100 pound sack delivered; 2.60 at platform. 450,000 men. Catholic church, by the celebration of I
Signal corps, engineers medical two masses one at 6:30 and the other! :Mail, Express or Freight Orders Solicited.A
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. corps, commissanry, etc., about 14-3-: at 8 o'clock Thursday. The altars I
000 men. were beautifully decorated with vases
L. DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 Total forces which may be put in of pink roses and ferns, and ascension
the field, 2,065,000: men. ,lilies.
Navy City DruJ; StoreJ.
First squadron-6 dreadnoughts, 5
Again we call your attention to the
mounting thirteen 12-inch guns each, classified ads.You .
and one mounting twelve 12-inch L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA '
guns; squadron speed, 22.5 knots.
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Ten first class battleships (pre-
dreadnought), 4 mounting four 10- Colollial l ] Hill
Y inch and eight 7:5-inch guns, speed
22.5 knots; 4 mounting two 12-inch
and twelve 8-inch guns, speed 20

Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne I knots; 2 mounting four 12-inch, four
8-inch and twelve 6-inch guns, speed hear about Co-

with plenty of Foliage I 20 Five knots.old battleships of small fight- lonial Hills. CAREY IHAND

ing value three light scout cruisers, You read about Colo-
and Trees. I about 50 efficient torpedo boat de
stroyers.For nial Hills. c

joint service with both army You talk about Colo- AND EMBA MER .
Price $2000.00 and nav-U squadrons of 7 aero-
planes each, and.10 dirigibles. nial Hills. .
Sooner or later you
WORLD :MOVED ELECTRICITY will buy in Colonial All calls answered romptly Dayor

C.. A. HOVEY thing After else being under used the for sun almost, electricityhas every- Hills. Why not NOW! Night. HaSbd Block.

been harnessed to make the earth It will give you satis-
I revolve-at least it appears so when faction and Orlando \ Florida.PHONE639.
profit. .
II the ,
one sees apparatus in a recent exhibition -

II I model of what of the engineers earth nearly are doing.A seven. RESIDENCE\ PHONE 457,

I feet in diameter, with all the physicaland CARL DANN
geographical details painted on .
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND its surface and inclined at the proper .
angle to the eliptic, is turned steadily
by an electric motor. To obtain a

SHEET METAL CO. speed better of approximation the earth this to model the surface makesa 'Pure Ice ire

compleet revolution every minute : ntWhen
instead of every twenty-four hours.

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, The designer says that it is perfectly
proper that a world whirled by elec-
t s and Rubber Roofings tricity should go 1,440 times as fastas you want PURE ICE I For
0" Party
the old fashioned
one propelled by
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
1 Cornices, Skylights Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings the ancient force of gravity. The size .
don't believe that take Club
you i
of the model gives the spectator an
excellent conception of the real earth.It the greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from'
J4 E. Church St. Chur h
Wotks: ORLANDO Social
was made by engineering studentsof facture come up and watch us t
tubercular tested cows. All
Highland Park college, Des Moines make it. You will be surprised SCho I .
Iowa, under the supervision of Fred cans, moulds and everythingused Social
ate care every detail is given.
Erickson a student from Galesburg used in the manufacture of our Lod
Illinois, and bears figures showing the kind you want, any time e
number of students in that college you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril Pic iC

The Orlando Meat Market from world.every state and county in the from a quart up. ized.

You are cordially invited to
IT. A. YANCY, Manager inspect our factory at. any Order/Hands Pure'
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice GERMANS time. Ifce Cream

Florida and Western Meats
Berlin.-German naval circles express -
surprise at the rapidity with
\ Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. which the steamer Lusitania sank.
They assumed that a vessel of modern .
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ,
construction and with airtight com-
partments arranged as the Lusitania'swere
'. Business I 135 (P. O. BOX 226
PHONES |Residence 133 COT. Orange Ave. and Church'SU should have kept afloat three or;' PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
four hours and give time for the saving -
1 of all the passengers on board. I

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t We have bought at Sheriff's Sale the entire stock of the PIERCE ELECTRIC CO., and must give up the room

: in 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. ,

One $44.00 Fireplace Mantel, $22,00; $24.00 Fireplace Mantel, $12.00; $25.00 Table! Lamps, $12.50; all

Desk and Smoking Set Lamps one-half price; all Xray Reflectors for office and window jlisplay use one-half

price. Good Vacuum Cleaner for rent.


L j-! H. L. HAIGHT, Purchaser of The Pierce Electric Stock .

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Washington.-The White House DAMAGE DONE

London.-George Bernard Shaw is staff was busy today with a deluge of

not alone these days in his attemptsto messages almost unprecedented in St. Augustine, Fla., May 13.-A furious -

upset the complacency of the Eng- hail storm struck this section at
magnitude. :Many were from governors -
lishmen. There is a very evident 2 o'clock this morning, but little 'damage I
of states, members of the senate
change here from the universally confident : -
has been reported.On
bragging spirit, the "just let and house, and others comprised resolutions -
one of the local beaches where
Britain started" of last of state legislatures. The tel-
the storm struck with greatest force, THE BIG STORE
W. Holt-White is one of
autumn. egrams almost unanimously express the hail banked up several inches
Bull needs
those who believes John
confidence in the president in the thick on a cottage porch.
jolting. He writes: present crisis. They indicated that The ice factory smokestack was
What do know of Germanywho
. they popular feeling over the disaster had blown over and a part of the roof of
know? Mighty lit-
only England by no means diminished. While most J the factory and of the steam laundry .
is obvious.
tle, it
of the messages expressed the desire adjoining was torn away. The
Did the milkman call this morning?
that something be done to show the small residence of Will Mickler, northof
Yes? I thought so, and I had a very The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices *
indignation of the United States over the city, was thrown from its foun- ; ;
serious in puttnig ques-
purpose the sinking of the Lusitania many of dations. No one was injured.
Presently there will arrive at your them strongly opposed a recourse to

house a succession of fresh-faced,' war. TWO OF FORMER: GOVERNORS
healthy, strapping young men from NOW IN TALLAHASSEE
the butcher, the baker, the candestick 1
maker, the green grocer, the fish- CANADA'S ARMY 108,760 Tallahassee, Fla.-Tallahassee is
monger, and the rest of the people entertaining tonight all the living for-
who, thanks to Providence and the Ottawa, Ont.-Canada had 107,760men mer governors of the state, and the

t British British navy appetites, .still with provide five our meals lusty a under arms, at the front and in lobby is jolly with both ofrmer governors -

Canada, on May 1, according to an of- Gilchrist and Jennings.
day.Oh, what a happy land is England! ficial announcement made. The gov- Saturday Night SpecialsFROM
half the world
Armageddon rages ,ernment expects that the number will Quickest results, and the kind that
over. Poland is a slaughter house
Belgium one big bonfire half damped be increased to 150,000 by midsum- i are worth money, are the kind you

down with blood. But in England the mer. get through Sentinel want ads.I'D' .
tradesmen call as usual.
.lit is comforting to think of it, andas 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK
we munch our breakfast roll or
cut into the "prime beef"-the roast
beef of old England from the Argen-
tine-we thank God that we are not I
as the Germans are.
Starving, poor devils, absolutely s t 1
%ud b
Haven't you heard about it? Bread
riots in Frankfort; markets stormed
\ in Munich; children dying for want of Women Appreciate The II
milk in Hamburg; and eggs, 10s. a
To all that there is but one reply,
vulgar, but so apt that perhaps I may of this Store
be pardoned" for using it-"I don't Economy
think! (ktrZANl'owt.J?
The butcher, the baker, the candlestick B v
maker, the green grocer, the
fishmonger, and the rest of the trades-
men are calling in Berlin with pre-
cisely the same regularity as their
British confreres are doing thir

rounds In England in Putney we are or Park the proud Lane.pos- Differentand --- : : Every Person who wants to buy with both sides of i

sessors of one cow to every sixteen

; boast inhabitants.of one cow In to Germany every five they inhab-can every Dollar they spend can do so by watchingour

itants. How can there be any short- much better it is different
age of milk in Germany? as as advertisements each day.
Remember, too, that goat's milk is
generally consumed in Germany, Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less
whereas here we regard it simply as skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed.

a Germany species of has freak exactly temperance ten times drink.as These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year.

many goats as we have. They are assured by mechanical laws. ._
Now as to the candlestick maker,
who, for the sake of convenience, ]I '
Read the Five Oakland GROCERY
will presume supplies the bacon and Leading .
eggs. When the war began there was Plain colors and fancy in Black, only. DEPARTMENT
potential bacon in Germany to the extent Weaves. Values up to 15c. quality
of twenty-five million pigs. Thatis Superiorities BelowEvery special Large Bucket Snow drift
to say, Germany had seven timesas
many pigs as we had. lOc Lard, $1.35 value
Eggs! Almost countless millions of: feature works towards a definite economy- lOc
them. Germany had so many eggs maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with $1.00BROWN
that she used to spare England sixty low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, 2nd FLOOR-ART
'I million out of her
year. eggs every ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. 2nd FLOORDEPART

The butcher? The price of meat Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's Ladies' Princess Slips Dresser Scarfs, lace trimmed IUSLINPin -

today in Germany is normal. She a real road test-and decide. and light blue, $1.25 some embroidered, 36 inches wide,
took from Holland all the vast
sup- The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and quality 35c. and 50c. values25c
plies of meat that ordinarily came to
weight special
Smithfield in the autumns. sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t ,

Bread? Ah, there you think you $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. 79c
are going to have me. "They are 5c
down to potato bread," you say. Rightoh MOTOR COMPANYPontiac
But listen to this.
Germany's shortage in breadstuffs LAWNS AND CREPES- TABLE DAMASK

which she produced herself was, in MichiganJ. All new neat designs and Pure Bleached, 60inches 3rd FLOOR
normal times, only 8 per cent. The wide 39c.
dainty colorings, 12'/2c. quality
last the disturbance
drought spring
Porch Swings, solid oak
caused by the French in Alsace-Lor- and 15c. values, 10 yards ,
raine, and the advances of the Rus- B. MAGRUDER Jr. Agent for 25c complete, ready to hang,
sians in East Prussia brought the $3.50 quality for
shortage up to 15 per cent. all told. 89c
By economy, by the introduction of ORLANDO, FLORIDA MEN'S '
i a small percentage of potato meal, UNDER'VEAR$2.50
and by the system of the "bread tick- 1-Great Strength ,
et" the difficulty has been completely with light weight. SAFTY PINS- Drawers, athletic style,
wiped out. There is now, indeed, an q. f
actual surplus of 20 per cent. to add AH sizes, regular 5c.quality 50c. quality
to the coming harvest. I 2.-High Speed Motor p 2nd FLOOR Millinery De-
Germany therefore-even at the with great power. t 1 'A..r. 39c partment-
present rate of consumptionstandsassured
of her bread for a year, if 3-Low center of 2 1-2c A beautiful line Ladies'
not fifteen months. of gravity with usual
TALCUM PO'VDERTrimmed Hats values
That, whichever way you like to road clearance.
look at it, is a magnificent achieve- 2nd FLOOR- Air Float, delightfully to $6.00 for
ment in both political and scientific 4-F lying wedge. perfumed, 25c. quality,
Ladies' -
domestic economy.I Lines with least wind full
would remind you, too, that it is pl. Ruffles, also plain pound can $2.89
the spirit of the German people which resistance. scallope, 60c. quality
has Mr. 15c
5-E c o n o m y with O
i "the potato bread spirit, is 3rd FLOOR-
as popular a catch word in Germany Luxury. 49c .:
today as "Gott strafe England." Theyare
beautiful in
proud of it. LACES, EDGES AND INMatting

LADIES' WHITE CANSERTIONS- design and colors.

VAS PUMPS AND Values up to 15c. for Size 27x51, limit one to a
OXFORDS- customer

$3.00 and $3.50alue 5c i

25c ;

$2.19GROCERY :
2nd FLOORChildren'sDepartment.

SOUTH mm SUPPLY CO. Misses and. Children's GROCERY DEPARTMENT-- j;

I iV DEPARTMENT Uuderwear, slightly i

3 cans, 3 pound Tomasoiled, 25c. and 35c. values 6 cans Best Maine Corn, J

toes, 40c. value 1 $1.20 value for 1

25c lOc 70cYowollDllckwortli

Can supply your wants in every- i

thing to eat and wear. New things .i

and good things always, Give us H '

a trial.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING I I
?:. GLENN ...................... r
W. C. ESSINGTON .' Bunnru c -
Entered__ at the poetoffire_ at Orlando. : SATURDAY SPECIALSSALE i
ida as Second CM Mail Matter. I

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... in : s
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2i> -
_' Daily.Daily.: : 3 1 Month Month.:::::::::::::::::::::: 1. e
Weekly 1 Year ...................... $ .

Copy for display ADVERTISERS and all other: to J. .
advertising must be handro in at the !
office *f the, Sentinel not later than 2 p. in ,
J, the day before publication. This role
to changes for contract advertising; it of HOT WEATHER I
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d I I
office in I- here at la,.:t. and tome to Ma\ Arc you pie- t
tinued should notify the writing
the date of expiration, otherwise it will prepared to meet the inevitable. the hot dais. the a
continued at the regular subscription I cool eveningwith appropriate clothing: :: I If you I .

Telephone until notice.Nnmb-r'to stop .is...received................... are not then your be-t course is to avail yourself -
I of the minT moneysaving items that g.o to
SATURDAY, MAY 15; 191;). : make Saturday Sales such popular rounty-wide' 4.
e>ents. Your dollars not only spread themselves
further but they are the means of securing!, not ,
IN ITS SIMPLICITY onl absolutely first choice goods, but goods that I
are acknowledged fashions fancies of the highest '
The United States has sent to
"(;1- TO A ST."B.UB.OT:: DOWN TO.\ t
German government a note PRICE."
the loss of more than 100 lives on
Lusitania. It was to have been .
in Emperor William's hands an GENUINE SCOTCH ORGANDIES
: night. Vic- One of the dainties fabrics for hot weather.
The note isstrong. It is the A make suitable both for old and young all pure ,
Billy white, with small figured effects, washes splendidly -
in simple terms. It is courteous, I '
and looks exquisite when made up.
best of all it is firm. It will give Honestly worth G3c. and 4;>C. a )'ard.Saturday,
German emperor something to 29 cents
about. Behind the note is not merely ,
President Wilson and his cabinet WHITE ORGANDIE MULLS

the entire United States with a Another dainty hot weather fabric, made by the
of believing famous Flaxon people, no eulogies needed on this
population patriotic people
-too well known. Our special price is 2.:(".
in the just and equal rights
20 cents
freedom and enlightened civilization.The
note will have pressure on WHITE EMBROIDERED SWISS OR-
Kaiser. It will have pressure GANDIES AND LAWNS

he must realize that this nation I Anyone familiar with this store knows what a
among the rank and file the mapnificient} assortment of goods of this characterwe
spirit of the note-"The imperial German have had. We have not sold them all and
have still some splendid patterns and designs C

government government of the will United not expect States 1 left.What we have been selling at $1.25

omit any word or act necessary to On Saturday will be 89c
performance of its sacred duty
maintaining the rights of the
States and its citizens and of safeguarding LACE VOILESAn
their free exercise and enjoyment exclusive production from Picardy, France
exquisite in design and effects. We have been repeatedly -
told by our northern visitors that New
The note is stronger than many citizens York cannot produce the like.
believed it would be. There Our regular price is $1.75,

many citizens disappointed, perhaps Saturday $1.19
that it was not stronger. It GAUZE VESTSOur
have been stronger, but in its
simplicity regular 10 and 15 cent qualities,
of terms and words lies
its Saturday 2 for 15 cents
It will give the imperial
government leeway to make a itV'e 5152t'e SATURDAY IS RIBBON DAY.
and fill in the empty places. This Hundreds of yards of new and dainty Ribbons.
Dresdens, Taffetas, Moires and Satins in a big
what the United States desires. I
range of new colorings and effects in different
'The note condemns the widths.
of the action of Ambassador Regular prices 35 to 50 cents,
storff in "advertising" a warning Saturday 19 cents

dressed to the American people, LADIES' UNION SUITSAll
ing: "no warning that an
sizes. Low neck, no sleeves, lace trimmed,
f and inhumane act will be knee length. Our regular 65c. value,
: can possibly be accepted as an Saturday 49 cents
._ in' pn explanation for that act and

,abatement of the Responsibility I FANCY ORGANDIE NECKWEAROne

its commission." I on sale Lot collar, and Collar and Cuff Sets goes

r punch The note to is it-the not long but it has Saturday at HalfPriceRUST

""punch" of a free people who will '. PROOF SNAP FASTENERSBlack

endure a violation of sacred and and white, all sizes, regular 10c. a dozen,

f.. principles. 0t Saturday, :3 dozen for 10 cents

t s. o. s.I .- -
ESPERANTO.With bolt, sizes Cambric and Lawn. Regular lOc. a

Russian twisters, Saturday, bolt of 12 yards, 5 cents t

hierglyphics, Italian sneezers, SATURDAY SALE OF WAISTS

I incomprehensibles, Grecian Every $1.25 and $1.50 Waist in the store, all
twisters, Austrian puzzlers, in new and of fine qualities of Organdie, Lawn,
mystics, French parlez vous, Voiles, Lenos and Japanese Silks in both plain and
bow-wows, and about 200 flowered effects,
f names in Florida to decipher, an Saturday only, for 98 cents ,

t itor and linotype operator on MEN'S SHOES f
daily in Florida has a tough time
of 50 cent silk
r The presentation of a pair pure
it in trying to "get by" with Hose to every purchaser of a pair of boots and
news. We would suggest that shoes last week met with such enthusiasm, that 1
;, peranto be adopted. Anything we will repeat the offer for Saturday.To .
that who purchasesa
be better than the present mess every purchaser on day
pair of boots or shoes, irrespective of price, will
ships.A names. of cities men, officers be given a pair of fifty cent Hose FREE.

:New York city magistrate it f I GROCERY DEPARTMENT
clares that the motion pictures are
great aid to the cause of a
t An exceedingly interesting DEMONSTRATION
not so much because the films
the evil effects of strong drink, as
the reason that the picture houses I 10 to 12 and 2 to 4

now "the chief amusement of AND SATURDAY NIGHT .
workingman and not only: the OF TIlE
trates have noticed the effect upon sanitary FREEZERIt's
liquor traffic but saloon new, its its economical. Ices, sherbets -
themselves admit it." Ice Cream frozen ready to serve in 30 sec-
onds, (half a minute).
u Remember that the hot weather will soon be
On page two of today's Sentinel I with us, then a freezer becomes mdi.->pens>ible.
a summary of Italy's land and confirmation.This is the best yet! Come and let us get jour
fighting forces. It is well worth
rusing. Briefly Italy appears to 1
formidable European power.
entry into war has been hanging
for months. If she tips the
and fights with the allies DICKSON IVES CO. I

will tion have to reckon a strong with.o well prepared .

People have learned to swat the
but while most people loathe the .D P .

roach, the cry "kill the ..
not heard often enough. For
cockroach, like the fly is a ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

of disease. The Store of true service, of netter failing courtesy :

o of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer- f

Uncle Sam seems to have chandise, at right pricesu 1 14t !
chip on his shoulder and : :: --\,

Kaiser William in no uncertain J
That are you going to do about ,

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@rlau n Snriej tMIIMIMIIMMtMMjiFAVORTE THEATRE !I\F-t\ ( Aim."GET IT AT ALLEN'S"-;OE -J(1iI U 'j:.

I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission ; ; II \\\ ,-: \ III I
CARL DANN, JR., HAS charmingly entertained the Bachelor i 5 Cents -\4:; I i
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. Girls in honor of Miss Augusta '
II. Carl Dann, Jr., celebrated his Wright. There were three tables of I %::" 1'Y"t ; t'

sixth birthday anniversary Thursdayby players, one being a guest table. The GRAND rtllllllllllll"I TODAY'S PUOGILUIIHi I'IIIII' : U l' \ V VHfl I
entertaining thirty-two of his I guests were Miss Prudence Malone,
small friends at a delightful party. Miss Benner Mrs. Gordon Wright, !: Reels-1 'f
Green and pink made a dainty color Mrs. L. B. Fort, and Mrs. David Rog- drama"American., in two parts."Refining Fn .--'" A i \;>>V/:

scheme; which was carried out by ers. The pretty residence was artist- Kej stone. "Hogan's Mu--> Joi:' I ,c,
artistic arrangement of pink roses ically decorated in nasturtiums. In A comedy.Majestic.. Hfl :.. =-
I ..:;..-3: ,,-, '. .11
and ferns, and draperies of pink and I the bridge games Miss Vida Miller TODAY "Bill's Job." A comedy.Don't Y.i .
green. The table was especially attractive 'won the club prize a pretty silver Five cents miss to this all.Keystone; comedv I f f.
with its quantities of roses deposit perfume bottle, and Miss
and white birthday cake surmounted Wright was given the guest prize, a : 0 GR.CEFCLXD UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0
with six tiny pink candles. Streamersof hand embroidered guest towel. The I Get the news in the Sentinel erst. j:
We take a great deal of pride in baring
our stock of
pink green crepe paper hung were delicious consist- jewelry
from the chandelier to each corner of ing of strawberry ice, cake iced tea, "MR. SANTA CLAUS" OSTEOPATHY'DR. 'I represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different
the table, and the color note was repeated and bon bons.SOCIETY A Vitagraph special feature from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should:
t : visit our store and revel in the glorious display of
in, the refreshments of ice jewelry andprecious
cream and cake. The small host and NOTES complete in two parts. J. C. HOWELL stones. ,, >
.. his guests spent a most enjoyable OF INTEREST.Mrs. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
ternoon playing numerous R. L. Hyer and son, Master Kirksville Graduate ,
:Many pretty presents were Robert, and Miss Edna Hyer, returned Consultation Free ((6. -d1
Among those present were last evening from Port George "THE ESCAPE OF THELIMITED" Office HoteL Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan UMgri
Wade, Jeanette Hutton, Dorothy and where they have been visiting Miss
1 Office Phone 716 Residence 1018
Robert Hood, Margaret and Mildred Hattie Belle Hyer, who will shortly Orlando;, Fla.
Siemens, Mary Ives, Robert Caruth- leave for Tennessee to spend the sum- A Kalem Drama. YOU WILL IL11'F.0 TROUBLE
ers, Vernon Long Robert and Lillian mer.
Dann Rolla and Raymond Taylor, .a ,
Russell D. S. and Gerald Bonner Golfers are interested in the improvements LucerneTODAY in selecting wall paper for your
Manley Duckworth Theron Helms being made at the Orlando "SWEEDIE AND THE SUL- "' 1 home. Our stock contains all the lat-
Vernon Villeneuve, Shirley Speer, Country Club. More hazards are est designs in such a varied assort-
John :McEwan Thomas Warlow, :Mary being placed on the course and other TAN'S PRESENT"An ment that you are sure to find just
Feinberg Elizabeth Rush, Howard improvements are being made mak- /. the kind you have been looking for.
and Fulton Rucker Elizabeth McCul- ing it one of the best in the South. Essanay Comedy. Come in and see our offering and get
loch, Stanley Quigg, Maxine Bonner --- i;;; 9s ,. our prices. You'll be interested.
Hattie Louise Speer, Herman Fein- Mrs. M. B. Davis and daughter "A NIGHT'S ADVENTURE"
berg John Dennis and Dorothy Estes. Miss Gayle left yesterday morningover ,1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Atlantic A Lubin special feature com
the Coast Line for
FOUR GOOD PICTURES 205 S. Orange Avenue
HURRAH FOR tona where they expect to spend a plete in two parts.
CAPTAIN CORCORAN. week enjoying the delights of that COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261!
"Then give three cheers and one cheer resort.

more --0-
For the hardy captain of the Pin- Miss Marguerite Drennen, of Big 5 cents 10 cents
afore." Stone Gap, Va., who has spent a few "THE LADY KILLER"A
1 The captain iz cheerful and beams days with Mrs. William Bew White, Selig Comedy-Drama.
upon his crew until he finds that his left this afternoon for Pittsburgh
handsome daughter is in love with a Pa, to visit friends.BirminghamNews. WRIGHT SEED COMPANYIce
seaman. First he is sad and sings to '
the fair moony asking why everythingis -
at sixes and at sevens. Later he Mrs. Clifford Fuller and baby and Biograph Comedy.A .
flies into a fine rage, but Little But- nurse and her mother, Mrs. Gleason Ice Ice
tercup sets everything right when she will depart this evening for New
discloses a secret long hidden, regarding York. They will be joined later by Eggs Butter Milk
Ralph's station in life. The Mr. Fuller. GOOD BILL
captain's serenade is a number that -o
will delight the audience and will be Mrs. W. M. Glenn;will depart this ROOf 64RDfNTO
sung by :Mr. J. C. Lawton, whose I afternoon for Bloomington I1L, where -
voice never fails to please. she will visit for a month with her FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
-- mother, :Mrs. Alfred
MRS. GILES WAS -Sample. DAY BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

\ CHARMING HOSTESS. Miss Mary Robinson will chaperonea
:Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles very prettily merry party of juvenile picnickers
entertained the Nullos Club and sev- today at Camp Beegiwooche.II. .-
eral invited guests yesterday at her r.jmKl E RSALI
home overlooking Lake Lucerne. 31. PINAFORE
There were five tables of players, FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O' EAL

three being guests. The house inte- Reserved seats on sale Monday 9 "THE BLACK BOX"
rior was tastily decorated in cut roses o'clock a. m., at Estes' Drug Store.
and nasturtiums. An ice cream course Prices 75c. and $1. 5-15-2t Episode No. 5, Nuff Sed. Established 1886

was served. During play punch was
served also. The club prize was won TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
by Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, a deck "THE FEAR WITHIN"A
of cards, Mrs. L. H. Gedge capturedthe SALE-Chalmers touring car, :Mexican War Drama.
guest prize, a pretty embroidered fully equipped, first class condition;
traveling handkerchief case, and Mrs.C. bargain.Phone'422.Inquire 32 West Church.
G. Westcott was given the conso- INSURANCE LOANS
lation prize, dainty hatpins.IN FOR RENT-If looking for a choice "HIS SMASHING CAREER"A I
--0- furnished house for small family, Sterling Comedy.
HONOR OF for summer; low rental; immediate REAL ESTATE RENTALS .'
MISS WRIGHT. occupancy; address Fred B. Dale 306 Ford 59629, Fla.
Anderson street, Orlando, Fla.
Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater yesterday 5-15-6t -

The Largest Ham in the Big
!!! Store given away at 9 o'clock. .

Kentucky Grocery Co. For Sale .

10 cents 5 cents
SPECIALS FOR TODAY 5 GALS. BEST OIL __.. ....... 60c. House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price
Phone 329 BEST FLOUR, PER SACK ....$1.05;
SUGAR, 16 LBS. __.... __ .. Admission Free until
$1.00 13 CANS BEST PEAS .__. .... 23c.: 6.30 p.m. $4500.00. A'bargain.PONT .
TOMATOES DOZ. --. .__. ; CANS BEST KRAUT __... .. 23c.:
BEST CANNED CORN 3 for. .. 1c.,3: MEAT, PER LB. .. 121.2c.
12 SMALL PET CREAM __. .. 43c.; I 47 W. CHURCH ST.


\ Saturday and Monday SpecialsVery SWAT THE FLY !

best sugar cured skinned hams, per Ib. .18c. and 19c.
Kingan's sliced breakfast bacon, per lb. . . . 33c. Screen your home with our galvanizedwire
Best breakfast bacon, per lb. . . . . . 20c.!
Boiled ham, per Ib . . . . . . . . 35c; I cloth at moderate cost.
2 pkgs. Quaker corn flakes . . . . . . 15c; I BUTTER MILK
All raisins and currants, per pkg. . . . . lOc! This will effectively keep out flies,
Bulk raisins, 2 Ibs. for . . . . . . 23c; Fresh Every Day.
All kinds mixed nuts, 2 lbs. for . . eo eo . 25c; 5c. per glass gnats, mosquitoes and other insects
All 5c. size crackers, 6 packages for . . . . 25c; !
AH lOc. size crackers, 3 packages for . .. . . 25c. 23c. per gallon and is
Globe cream, small size, per dozen . . . . 40c! CREAM
Globe cream, large size, 7 for . . . . . 50('. AND MILK THE BEST HEALTH INSURANCE
3 cans condensed milk . . . . .. .. . . 25c BUTTER
f 3 cans tomatoes, 3 lb. cans . . . . . .. 25c!
3 cans Campbell's soup eo . .. . . .:' eo. 25c! Fresh Homemade IN THE WORLD
t' 3 cans syrup, lOc. size . . . . . *ai. 25c. SANDWICHESPIES
I I 3 glasses jelly, lOc. size . . . . . .:. 25cl
3 glasses peanut butter eo eo . . eo eo . 25c AND CAKESARCADE
} 3 cans jam, lOc. size . . . . . . . 25c. The Hard ware Storeon the Corner
I 3 bottles pickles, lOc. size . . . . [ 25c.
I 3 bottles ketchup, lOc. size'm\ 25cl

f .3 bottles prepared mustard, lOc. size . . . . 2oc
(' 3 packages Prince Albert tobacco, lOc. size . . 25c. MilK DEPOT JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S
x 6 U. S. Marine tobacco . . . . . . . 25c.
t'/ 6 snuff, any brand .- . . : . . . . 25c. MRS. E. \L PARRY


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Lake Site NOTCE OF ELECTION Number. La1:11s and Shingles
SENTINELWANT Notice is hereby given to the reg-
, istered voters of Ocoee that there will ..
be an election held at that place on -
Monday, June 7, 1915 to decide upon
S incorporating the town. 5-7-4w
M I .

Two ..
Umbrellas recovered and repaired I
The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want "while you wait," at Young's Repair OILANDC
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. Shop. 21 J:. Pine St. 24lyrePHONE ,

Terms Cash in Advance. u ,
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tage 136 on acres two with lakes.beautiful Knock fron-Out, For One Day RATES______________25t 646 Royal Cement, Agattte Plaster and Perfection Lime +

For Three Days ____________50c II
$15 per acre. For Six Days ____________75c For Eight Cylinder Cadillac I I ,
For One Month ____________$ .50 ft
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- !
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate BARNARD & SON
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
sertion.If 12-10-lm I
you can't bring your ad to ,
See E. B. Bradley Quick.
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts
opened by telephone will be G.A.S
payable the following day. Dr. S. S. Jones .

Every Home-Every Business-
Sentinel Want Ad. graduate Davenport College 17 and
W tklns Block PHONE SO4 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone 1 ,
209. Intelligent people everywhereare .
FOR SALE being restored to health by chiro-
practic adjustments the new scienceof I IJ
FOR SALE-Velvet beans $4.00 per removing the of disease. Ex-
FOR 90 DAYSYou bushel; clay peas, $2.40 per bushel; amination free. 12-24-1mo J Is a servant that can do a lot of things to make your ;
unknown and speckled cowpeas, $2.45per
can buy foundation bushel. J. L. Dean, prop. City kitchen work easier and pleasanter. 1
blocks side- Drug Store. 5-ll-7tc
stone building ,
DoctorsBuckiiiaster A RUUD AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER will give
walk tile anything In
or my FOR SALE-A No.1 Studebaker surrey -
line at reduced. Call around in excellent condition; rubber & Brimte you steaming hot water quickly and economically
and let me'surprise you on tires, and will sell very reasonable if !!
prices. taken at once. $50 will get it. A. L. you want just when and where you want it. 1
Maclean, Gotha, Fla. 5-ll-6t OSTEOPATHS

F. D. GORE, FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat One of our perfect new GAS RANGES will smoothout

5 passenger, in good condition; extra Kirksville, Mo. troubles cook and \
your cooking quickly, cleanly,
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.
equipment; extra tire; exceptional 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Nothing charged at these prices.tOSTEOPATH value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. National Bank. Phone 578. economically. :

l FOR SALEA ? You can enjoy the convenience and saving of an ALL .

clean, nice cash business for a Orlando Wood Yard GAS KITCHEN at a surprisingly low 4eost.
,- hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. Let us show you. ,.
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 4-9-tf Removed from Pine St. two blocks I

north on Railroad, west end Wash- .
Avenue and
corner Orange FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
Church SU Davis & McNeil BIdg. cottage, seven rooms and bath, ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat 1
Phone 419.Clean. modern conveniences, roomy porches, all times.
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. .. \ r
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Up TO room RENT apartment for July and with August kitchenetteand a two B. KINGSLEY ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. '!

bath room in Boston, Massachusetts ,
next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent
for.the two months $50. Emily Curtis GAS DEPARTMENT
Buy Cleaning Fisher 500 Boylston street, Boston, I
your Mass. 5-12-6tc -I 1f

Materials of us. I
FOR RENT-Five room house, No. 9 .
West Robinson avenue; $15.00 per
Brooms month.Company.Apply A. L. Beck 5-14-6tc Lumber WORRY

Mops FOR RENT-Modern house of seven ..
rooms screened porch bath large
closets, gas and electric lights, closein
one block from M. E. church. If you are disappointedabout
Phone 520, or inquire 312 North Main getting a new Eas-
Washing Powders street. 5-9-Gt
ter Suit,we can put your

Soap Powders FOR RENT-Cottage, for the summer old one in good condi- Service will Service will 1
Yancey., or by the year* cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. tion for just such occas I Start Pllr S rin Wat r Start ,

Buy a can of Lay-U- ions. May 10th May 10th
[ Dust. buy, sell rent and exchange: real ,
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., ,
over 30 years. Have handled over ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
$20,000,000. Call and see me. I
1 CARUTUGORE 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Dry Cleaning In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who I

WANTED Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands

r New Modern Grocery WANTED Position as traveling I Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER dally to

salesman or employment in city, the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
by man of good character. Bonds and I
t Phone 200 reference if required. Address J.A.G., lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
Lock Box 82, Winter Park, Fla.
5-14-3t Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
i I 6 and 8 East Pine St.
WANTED POSITION-A young man COOLER Free of Charge. .

department having fifteen stores years desires experience position in and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per

where ability and merit would war- .. A
rant advancement. Best references. gallon.
Address "Y" care Sentinel. 4-28-tf Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots. .
r i $2.ooTAMPA TO ECHANGE-For house and lot t
in Orlando lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
i set to budded trees two years ago; 3 ANA.LYSIS :
acres unimproved; extra good land.

Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc: Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D. ,

f F 140ST-One bicycle wheel between II Rollins College, Florida. i
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915H.
return to Morton Jones & Son bus
f line. 5-13-tf J. M. CARUTHERSPhone B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida. ,
and Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
LOST-Key ring with four keys. Re- brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results: .
turn to this office and receive re 509. 408 South Lake St.

LOST Knight Templar charm with COLOR _____________________________clear- ,
my name on same. Reward. J. N.
: MAY 1m Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc Under New Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral -
FREE AMONIA ___________________________None.
MONEY TO LOAN on good security. ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _______________None. +

Tickets all Wm. Martin. 5-13-3t Smyth House CHLORIDE ____________________________6 parts per 10000000.35 grains per gallon. h.. t
r good on MONEY TO LOAN-We have some TOTAL SOLIDS ________________________8 Parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains money to loan on first class prop- Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace

Final Limit 13th erty. Lord & Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc One Block from Court House HARDNESS ________________________________38 Parts Per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon. .
ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale FURNISHED ROOMS AND The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
YIAAtlantic for commencement. Miss Kate BOARD monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
Ronson Colonial Drive. 51312t.RACKARD'S *
Rates by Day or Week. Summer of the body.
and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its small
PRESSING CLUB Rates Now On. The absence of both free very
Coast LineStandard amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionally

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll MRS. J. II. McCAMY I good quality.
; A very desirable feature of this spring w.ver is its softness containing less than onefourthof

Railroad of the South work guaranteed and neatly the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region and

done. Our work is the best just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof

:and: our prices are the lowest. the body. Yours respectfully,
This is the place to have your CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOG __ DAKEPh

old clothes made new. 375 t

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
West Jefferson Street
dry cleaned pressed60c.Suit .

pressed ____40c. Successor(to WATER
All Palm Beaches------scrubbedand --- ELDER SPRING CO.

t DR. L H. RAMSDELL' pressed --------____50c Hand Wood CompanyWood
f OPTOMETRISTI :Mohair: suits pressed -_____25c. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE We do ladies' work also. Giveus of AIIKindsPR03LPT
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES a trial and be convinced. SERVICE W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store. Phone 444fI

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICES


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Ribs of Beef for Stews for Pot Roasts

1 Special 8c. per lb. Special Saturday 15c. per lb. -

Pre ed Chicken
Veal Loaf
Lamb Shoulder, Boned and Prime Ribs of Beef I Porter House Round Preyed Tongue

Rolled Pork Chops Lamb Chops. Dried Beef Boiled Ham

Leg of Lamb Rump Roast Juicy Steaks from Special fed Home-made Bologna, New
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PHONES 80 and 610 SO and 610

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TO BY CABINET Blind Tigers As Unpopular As! PLANE FELL ON LITTLE '

BABE'S BED The arket:

Washington. Despite the uniform Turkey Buzzards Says Rev. Ley i

' refusal of all the cabinet officers to Paris, France.-The German aero- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
\ plane passed over St. Denis, a sub-
discuss what took place at today's OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
urb of Paris, shortly after 7 o'clock
meeting with the president, it became Editor Sentinel-I believe in giv- second, because having caught him, Tuesday morning and dropped five FRESH AND SALT MEATS

known late today that one subject of ing honor to whom honor is due, and I'm told it is exceedingly difficult to bombs. One bomb fell through the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

discussion was Dr. Bernard Dernberg, rendering it so that those deservingmay prove that he is a tiger. Sheriff Gor- roof of an apartment occupied by K very thing screened away from the flies, and kept freah

former German colonial secretary, still be alive to appreciate it. don told me the other day that it is Madame Bolleker, bounced from the : and pure.
bed where her nine old We invite and satisfaction. We
inspection guarantee
year son have
and sometimes spoken of as EmperorWilliam's Another thing, an ounce of praise for easier to convict a man of murder
Andre, was sleeping, and then struck i everything in the Meat Line.
unofficial spokesman in.the effort made or duty done is worth than of "blind tigering." The pur- the floor, where it exploded. Frag- I
oftentimes a pound of unkind criti- pose of this note is not to tell why I
United States. ments of the bomb slightly woundedthe H. jV r. Self & Co.
cism. this is so.' Rather to commend our
Dr. Dernberg's utterances were referred boy. Another missile, on explod-
I feel like saying this officers for their vigilance. As evidence I
now NO. 80
to, it was understood, and a recent ing, wounded five men who were pHONE PINE STREETNOW's
for local police and county offi- note this excerpt from
our your
speech made by him justifying sleeping in a shed. Two other bombs I -
1 cers in running down blind tigers. A current news notes:
the torpedoing of the Lusitania was damaged an apartment house.
blind tiger is essentially an outlaw. "The police have rounded up nearly -- -
member of
mentioned by at least one
, He is to the extent he dares, an anar- a dozen blind tigers in the last ten
chist. When law gets between him days, and many more are destined to -
Although the German embassy from OFFICERR.
and the object of his desire, money, fall into their net." THE TIMEto
time to time has stated that Dr. Dern- .
he defies and damns the law. That This is fine work. Now, if the authorities V. Atkisson has received noticeof
has connection with it and
berg no
his patrpns are partly responsible, by who have the administrationof his appointment by the governoras
that he is in the United States as the
for the
of the German Red creating through their appetite an incentive justice in hand will just give these probation officer of the juvenile get ready rainy season.
representative has to him to break the law, does "outlaws" the extreme limit of the court of the county and has taken the : PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITHFINLEY'S
Cross, the state department never
not relieve his case at all. law, and let them take it out on the oath and entered upon the duties of
been officially advised of his status; GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
Being an outlaw, it is the sworn rock road, instead of a fine, "blind the office. Saturday he will take five
and in view of his prominence and the duty of our law enforcement organi- tigering" in Orlando will become as of his wards on an outing, transpor- $1.00 per Gallon at .:!:..irmFinley's
weight of his utterances was
in official I zation to apprehend and bring to the unpopular as turkey buzzards will be tation having been secured for the
suggested today quarters
bar of justice the aforesaid tiger. In scarce when our yards are all clean trip. All are boys ranging in age
that it might not be unusual if the PioneerCORNER
state department were to inquire of the performance of *this duty they and our premises sanitary."So from. 11 to 14 years.-\Iiami Metropolis. -
have no holiday task. First, becausethe mote it be."
Count Bernstorff of his standing.So
4 tiger belongs to the "cat" family, J. B. LEY,
far Dr. Dernberg is regarded as
and therefore does most of his prowl- Pastor of the Orlando Methodist Daily reading of Sentinel ads is
a traveler and a guest of the United sure profit. Don't that of
States. ing under shadow of darkness, and J f Church. the paper by. pass part

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience ,

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< .F F For r. Exolialle h [ FIT F r FlHill a Property :

Tl 372
Remington RemidonRetinment I :

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for 7500.00 per year,

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

Quality It t .

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage 3000. ,
Price 15000.00; make us an offer of Florida property. 1


Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. 1

Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for 36000.00 per year. ;

Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. Price 200000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt. 1 j

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

Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on j
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price 4000000. Mortgage 1
$7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County. 1


'p Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats, '"
In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends rents for 2664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00.lortgage 1150000. Want good 1

1 property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, 1350000.

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We have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort 1

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

--' ''__ _r I the Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs. t
r{ occupants. 1

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

Income Property.WARING.

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

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

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



R. D. WARING, Managert P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish welcanlmatch\ what you have

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Bisque cream, in bulk or brick for
your Sunday dinner. Telephone Hand.
Mr. F. W. Jenson, of Orange City,
was a business transactor in Orlando
yesterday. OF THE _
4 .
Attorney H. D. Geiger, of Kissimmee .
spent yesterday in Orlando on Peoples National BankAt
legal matters. r.

Curtain goods, all kinds at half
price, at Boardman's Sale. 5-12&14 the close of business May 1, 1915 -
Jlr. James E. Pepper, of Baltimore t
Id., is among the late arrivals in
The State Bank of Orlando Orlando.
ORLANDO, FLORIDAAt Mr. L. D. Jones, general managerof

the Florida Citrus Exchange, was and Discounts_____________________406155.07
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 among the visitors from Tampa
spending yesterday in Orlando. Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73

) RESOURCESLoans Eventually Hand's ice cream; why Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 not now? S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

4 Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 Jlr. W. B. Davis, the traveling representative Other Bonds ____________________________ 13,556.06

Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 of J. II. Behrenburgi Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 Bros., New York, was in Orlando yesterday -
Cash in Banks _____________________ ,
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32 in the interest of his firm. and 481,342.24
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 Any ladies' hat in the house for 50
I cents: at Boardman's Sale. 5-12&14 -,

$1,095,178.62 Dr. J. II. Ross of Florence Villa,
LIABILITIES was among the welcome visitors to LIABILITIESCapital

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 Orlando yesterday. He returned on
_________________________________$ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22 the Polk afternoon train to his home in Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00Undivided
Bills Payable ___________________________ None county.
Rediscounts ____________________________ None Get the ice cream habit and order Profits ________________________ 9,529.04
some messelrode pudding from Hand Dividends. Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
Deposits 1,001,705.40 for your Sunday dinner. Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ 640.25

Mrs J. A. Abberger returned yesterday Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00
from a visit to Chicago where
$1,095,178.62 Deposits ___877,595.13
she accompanied Mr. Abberger who -----------------------------
went north to look after railroad mat- i
ters. $971,272.24
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Luther and son,
Clarence. were among those leaving
yesterday over the Atlantic Coast
Line for Philadelphia, Pa., to spend 1, 1912____________$ 87,658.90

the summer months. May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84

What is the use in having to worry May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80

and Hand work has about solved Sunday the problem.dessert, when Why May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00

not have strawberry, pineapple orange -
peach, or cherry sherbet

Mr. T. M. Byars, of Apopka, was .
among the visitors to Orlando yester- r
day. He is now representing Wm.
IVeinert & Company, wholesale com- ,
mission merchants, Philadelphia Pa.
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Hon. G. J. Strozier, one of Winter
w Garden's leading citizens, was among
j '. ;
J- ,4 the business visitors in the city yesterday -
: afternoon, spending several

:2 !;:T J? hours.
Wanted, at once, small car in exchange -
for good real estate at Pine MAXWELL MOTOR CARS
Castle, Fla. Pine Castle Realty Co.,
Pine Castle, Fla. 5-14-2t*
Mr. W. II. Bateman, one of the
.- largest and most successful truckersof Fully Equipped $750.00A
Wauchula, was in Orlando yester-
i day attending a meeting of the sub-
l? it committee of the Florida Citrus Ex

change.Geo. good Car backed up by a
F. Anderson left yesterday for
Shushan, N. Y., where he will spend good Company
LIVE ON THE PORCH the summer with relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson expect to return in the
fall to their home on East Central
: THIS SUMMERDon't avenue. .

Wanted, at once, small car in exchange -
for good real estate
at Pine
Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem-
Castle, Fla. Pine Castle Realty' Co., Sold By
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be Pine Castle, Fla. 5-14-2t*;

converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bumby, of Orlando,,
Here are a few of many specially made pieces for have arrived in St. Petersburg. Mr. \ San Juan Garage Company i :

your porch. Bumby will attend the Florida State
Hardware Dealers' Association which
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs convenes today.-St. Petersburg
Haltex Fibre Furniture Maple Chairs and Rockers Times.

Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings Mrs. E. J. Perles and Mrs. E. R.

Hammocks Ryerson left yesterday for Ramsey, .
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N. J., where they will spend the sum-
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline mer. They will return in the fall as --- -- ---

E4.ves. Select yours to day. they have many friends here and
think there is no place like Orlando.Mr. .

; R. B. Clark, who has been
OSCAR HAND & SON spending the past week in and around
Orlando prospecting, left yesterday
L '
over the Atlantic Coast Line for St. CHARACTER :.
Augustine where he will stop for a
short visit before proceeding to his
home in Shumway. Y. "Success" is usually understood to mean "_. :- ,,

.... .1111.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thompson o f financial success, and usually a Savings = '"' 4. j
the "Overlook" Concord Park, ieftover
t the Atlantic Coast Line yesterday Account is a real factor in its attainment.

for their summer home in Glens: There is another success-the buildingof
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES Falls, N. Y., where they will spend

i the heated term. Mr. and Mrs character-which is in large part dues,, :.

Thompson have spent the past yea r '- .
to the practice of regularly depositing in .
here and look forward with
t Whether It Is Brooch, Bar,Pin, their return in the early fall. I a Savings Account. The denials required g '. .... I

--- I develop self reliance in every thrifty '
Pendantor Saturday and
Mon-I :
other piece of jewelry ;you want, you can get the best day's Let this institution help in your building ,,

\,. value for your money by coming to us. for the future through the medium of the ;f?

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine Best Patent Flour I
goods notable for 24 lb. sack ---------_$1.00 Savings
f superior workmanship and diamonds
; of merit. We excel: in this line I 12 lb. sack --______-_ .50 !
yet prices ;
our 4
are exceedingly per cent paid on Savings Accounts. f
r low. We also offer ;you choice selections and I Best Hams per lb. _______ .18 :
{ the best service. Head Rice, per lb. -------- .07 "Consultation incurs no obligation."
t S bars Lenox Soap for --__ .25 I .
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it Grits and Meal, 9 Ibs. for .25 '
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the 7 pkgs., 5c. size Washing 'I

wearer. Powder ---___________ .25 r
Pure ground Coffee, per lb. .18

Tomatoe Fancy Peaches Catsup and, pint Prunesper bot._ .17 Or1ano n Bank & Trust t C ill n I

lb.,Breakfast 13c., 2 Ibs Bacon for __ ..25Kinghan ; .

; T. H. EVANS ,
per lb., -----__________ .21
Honest measure and weights

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