The morning sentinel
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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 18, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Italy Is on the Verge of War-Reported German and Austrian

Ambassadors Have Asked for Passports-It Is Stated WILSON NAMES REV.LEYREV. U. S. FLAGMARINES DIXIE HIGHWAYB.

$10,000,000 Credit Asked for Military and -


17. Officials in the state inclined GATES AT LARGE FROM THE
May department are HONORED YESTERDAY
UMTED STATES TO THE NINTH Crowds Cheer Wildly as Men Full Attendance at the Regular
to take a rather pessimistic view of the American-Germanic WHEN HE RECEIVED A LETTER
situation. FROM PRESIDENT WOODROW WHICH MEETS IN SAN From Uncle Sam's Rattlers Board Meeting Last Night

They express the opinion that chances of a diplomatic settle- WILSON INFORMING HIM OF THE FRANCISCO JULY 7 TO I%. March Through New -Endorse $125,000for

ment of the difficulty seemed to be decreasing.One York Streets P. O.

official said there wasn't "the slightest ground for op- BILL ABOLISHING OFFICE OF GERMANS FORCED TO RETIRE

timism," and another said that the optimism of the past two days COUNTY TREASURER WEST OF YSER-OTHER New York, May 17.-President Wilson I The Board of Trade last night voted

had been misplaced.An PASSES HOUSEBy WAR NEWS reviewed here today the mightiest official credentials to M. M. Smith

official whose opinion carries considerable weight because armada the United States ever assem- V. R. O'Neal and J. N. Bradshaw to
C. F. Johnson London, May 17.-The Germans, by
of his close relation to President Wilson, said if Germany should The Sentinel News Bureau their own admission, were forced to bled. In the morning he saw the sail- represent Orlando at the meeting of

renew her proposition to the United States to induce England top Tallahassee' Fla., May 17, 1915. withdraw from the positions they held ors and marines march through the the Dixie Highway Commission at

permit foodstuffs to get into Germany, the proposition would haveto The bill abolishing the office of west of the Yser, and are now being streets with banners flying and millions Chattanooga Thursday, May 20. At
pushed back from the canal, accordingto this time it is expected that the com-
be rejected. county treasurer and providing that of spectators cheering. In the
any state or national bank which a French report, which states that afternoon he passed in the yacht Mayflower mission will select a route for the
the allies have made gains on the proposed Dixie highway from Chicagoto
to to the two
Lisbon Again Being Shelled agrees pay county percent I I up and down four miles of war Miami.
on daily balances and four percent eastern bank which have been main-
s I I craft anchored in the Hudson river. In addition to the trio named. O. i
BULLETIN: Madrid, May 17.-Fighting has begun again at on time deposits giving a surety tained. I
Lisbon and warships again the bond In the meanwhile a British victory It was a day characterized by the Overstreet, president of the board of
are shelling city, according to dispatches company may qualify as a coun- ;
received here tonight. ty depository and all funds shall be between Nueve Chapelle and La Bas- greatest patriotic enthusiasm here. county commissioners will be at Chat-

divided between all banks so qualifying fee, on the line from Richebourg The metropolis was gaily decorated. tanooga to represent Orange county, ,i-
L'Avoue to Festeubert, has been. Tens of thousands of visitors had and J. P. Holbrook of Orlando will be
passed the house this morning,
London, May 17.Joa Chagras, head of the Portuguese revolu- being the Woods substitute for a com- pressed and the British commander come here from other parts of the one of three men to officially represent -

tionists and president of the newly formed cabinet, was shot and mittee bilL last night reported that all the Ger- country. Everywhere the officers and the Central Florida Highway As- .

probably fatally wounded today, according to Lisbon dispatches. The house of representatives this man trenches on this front are now in men of the Atlantic fleet, the cabinet sociation recently organized at Kis-

Senor Chagras was en route from Oporto to Lisbon to take up afternoon reconsidered its vote taken possession of his first army. La Bas- officials, and the presidential party simmee and which will meet in Orlando j
see s v'riovsly: menaced. found a great welcome awaiting them. June 10. i
his new duties.At Saturday whereby they the
governor's veto"to'the bill creating a Statements from the rival head- The naval brigade landed about With this quintet of Orlando fight 1

Entrocamento, a railroad station, Senator Freitas suddenly twelfth judicial circuit, and by a vote quarters concerning the fighting i in nine o'clock this morning at West ers every effort to get Orange county

pulled a revolver and fired four shots into the body of Chagras. of 51 to 10 passed the bill over the the eastern theatre of war are barrenof Twenty-third street from the warships and its capital Orlando placed on the ,
According to advices here which have been here nine daysto route will be made. A wire
received Freitas was also shot, being governor's veto, providing for the reports of big movements. proposed
killed by a bystander. formation of a new circuit and the ap- Indications are that pursuit by the let the men have the holidays they to the secretary of the Dixie Highway :
Austrians and Germans of the Rus- had earned by months of drills, ma- Commission was dispatched at the :
of and
Chagras was immediately removed to a hospital where his con- pointment two judges two
dition was pronounced most state's attorneys in Duval and Nas- sian Carpathian army has been neuvers and target practice. close of the meetin telling of the del-
grave.In sau counties. checked for the moment, both armies While the parade was starting, the egation that woui be present at the
addition to the pistol wounds he is suffering from a fractured The senate earlier in the day passeda taking advantage of a momentary lull president landed from the* Mayflower, meeting and asking for consideration J 1

skull. bill creating the thirteenth judicial. to reform and recoup, and still many anchored in the Hudson and proceeded for Orlando, Orange county, and the y

r circuit out of the counties of Pasco isolated engagements have occurred.A to the reviewing stand built in Central Florida counties. J

Bitter Italian Situation and Pinellas and limiting the bounda- Constantinople dispatch chroni- Fifth avenue before the public library. The Board of Trade endorsed unan- 1

Rome, :May 17.-Despite denial by the foreign office, the reportpersists ries of the sixth judicial circuit to cling the exchange of shells betweenthe The line of march of the naval brigade i mously a motion that Congressmansears .
Hillsboro county. Now that the house land batteries and bombardingfleet was through Twenty-fifth streetto be asked to work for an appro-
that, following a long conference, the German and Aus- passed the twelfth circuit bill over the of British and 'French ships, Fifth avenue, to Fifty-ninth street, priation of $125,000 for a new post-

trian ambassadors asked for their passports. governor's veto the final passage of states that the British battleship Ven- to Central Park west, to Seventy- office for Orlando instead of a previous .j

The Italian cabinet, at a secret session last night, it is reported, the thirteenth circuit is assured. geance was hit three times. On the seventh street, to the North river, much smaller amount.A s

voted to ask a credit of $20,000,000 for "immediate military and The boiler inspection bill got to west coast of the Gallipoli peninsulathe where the brigade embarked at West motion was introduced by M. O. 1

naval necessities." third reading with some amendmentsin Turks claim to have repelded 3 Seventy-ninth street. Overstreet and unanimously endorsed i

Bitter controversies continue between the senate today when that body three British battalions which attempted The crowds along the way have that; a committee from the Board of ?
interventionists and neu adjourned to allow its members to repeated attacks. never been matched, not even at the Trade be named to co-operate with

tralists over the reports that triple alliance was declared null and meet Vice-President Marshall this afternoon time of the Hudson-Fulton celebra- the city commissioners and the Boardof 1
void :May 4. A cabinet meeting is called for tion. The climax of the
this afternoon. and to hear his lecture this GAMBLERS FALL INTO POLICE enthusiasmwas Trade committee on sanitation and

War demonstrations continued all over Italy Sunday and Sun- evening. DRAGNET reached at 10:30 when the head health, the committee's purpose being 'J
day night. of the procession passed the presi- to treat on the water question in con- j

BARNES DID NOT KNOW For playing "skin" and having large dent's stand. sidering its present condition and to
As soon as the parade had passed suggest a remedy for all
of or
FIRST DAY PROGRAM OF WOODMEN sums money on the game the fol- any
RESULTS and the crowd had dispersed a little fects that exist. The committee
OF THE WORLD, Syracuse, N. Y., May 17.-Barnes, lowing gamblers were fined yesterdayin may
police court: Eugene Robertson the president drove through cheering named was J. M. Cheney, J. C. Pat-
JULY 5 National testifying in his own behalf in his
League throngs to the Biltmore hotel wherea terson, Dr. C. D. Christ and
$50,000 libel suit against Roosevelt, $25; Ernest Adams, $a: ; Walter Luster Lloyd
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 3. luncheon
was given by the committee Tenny.A .
The Ivanhoe Amusement Park atRussell's All others, rain.American. this afternoon told how he happenedto $25; Sam Wilson, $10; and C.
Wooten, $5. The raid was made by appointed by Mayor Mitchel, Cor- method of providing entertain-
thousand dollars! sal-
Point has been selected League give a twenty
as nelius Vanderbilt acting chairman. ment for the
Chief Smith in his characteristic as members of the Florida _
the place the Woodmen of the World I I Chicago'6, Philadelphia 2. ary claim against the J. B. Lyon thorough manner.EXAMINATION. Acting Mayor George McAneny pre- Citrus Exchange which will hold its '
St. Louis 2, Washington printing firm in 1899. Barnes testi
will hold their picnic and log rolling 3. sided and President Wilson made an annual state convention here June 11,
fied that he had bought
a printing
on July 5. There will' be canoe races, wet grounds. FOR address which was punctuated with was referred to the executive committee
New Ybrk-Detroit, cold weather. contract from the McCarthy companyfor TEACHERS
swimming races for men and for ladies frequent applause. and the entertainment committee
Federal League twenty thousand dollars and soldit Supt. J. McKinnon announced
fancy swimming and diving, tub About one thousand guests sat with power to act.
Chicago 6, Baltimore 5. to Lyon. In settlement Lyon asked yesterday that the regular June ex-
down with the '
races, and catch the duck. There will president. It was Treasurer Hausdt's report showeda
Kansas that the matter be charged as his sal aminations of teachers
also be a potato race for fat men. City 5, Brooklyn 7. would be held probably the most elaborate luncheon balance of $1,701.42.Commissioner .
Pittsburgh-Newark wet ary. Asked why the matter was putin in the high school building for the
There will be dancing and bathing all grounds. ever given here. Besides the presi- S. A. Johnson
I I Southern League the form of salary, Barnes said he whites and in the Johnson academy pre-
day, winding up with a big mask ball ; dent the speakers included Secretary sented designs showing proposed
Atlanta 10, Little Rock 1. did not know, that Lyon did it. The for the colored teachers beginning of the
Navy Daniels, Admiral Fletcher "white
up town in the evening. There will way" posts for the Orlando
Xew Orleans Memphis 2. claim, he said, was finally settled up June 8. at 8:00 o'clock a. m., and continuing -
be no admission charged to the and Major General Leonard Wood. business district. The designs will be
I Mobile 5, Chattanooga 4. for eleven thousand dollars. throughout the week. I
grounds. The general public is in- The president then returned to the on display at the city clerk's office. _

\,kited. Bring :your baskets and have a Nashville 6, Birmingham 1. Mayflower, where he hoisted his flag These designs and suggestions be -1
folly good time. Write your friendsto South Atlantic League Two Men And Mule Rendered at 3 o'clock this afternoon. He received presented at the next meeting of the
come. Low rates on all railroads. I Charleston 3, Jacksonville 1. the flag officers and captainsof Board of Trade. 1,

This is one day's program of the Savannah 9, Albany 0. the fleet. At 3:30 the Mayflowergot It was stated that Rev. E. T. Poul- j

three days of July 3-4-5. See later )Macon, Columbia 1. Unconscious By LightningThe under way, followed by the Dol- I son, pastor of the Baptist church had

announcements for further informa- Columbus 5, Augusta 1. I phin and the. Yankton and steamed extended an invitation to Governor 1

tion. north. Trammell to speak at the Baptist .
JACKSONVILLE LUMBER DEALER old saying that lightning never', minutes. The president reviewed the fleet at church dedication ceremonies May 30, J
TilE CUXAUDER TRANSYLVANIA IN ORLANDOMr. strikes twice in the same place came George Foster 35 years old was anchor, passing between the battle- and the Board of Trade will unite its i

REACHES PORT C. B. McNair, a prominent and very close to being rudely shattered one of the victims. Foster resides ships and the shore to the vicinity of efforts in trying to secure the gover-

Liverpool, England.-The Cunarder extensive lumber dealer of Jacksonville afternoon when a bolt from the sky : west of Orlando and has a strawberryfarm. Washington Point and thence back be- nor for this date.

Transylvania arrived safely at Green- was in the city ;yesterday, a burrowed deeply in R. O. Compton'sfarm tween the battleships and the destroyer An invitation was extended to the
south of the city limits, render- ': W. H. West the other J
the employe, a flotilla, the latter being stationed United Brethren
ock. Scotland, at 3 o'clock Monday guest at San Juan hotel on a church to hold its an- :
Morning. When she sailed from New combined business and pleasure mis- ing two employes and a mule unconscious '.colored man, was also put out of com to the west of the main line of vessels. nual national convention in Orlandoin

York Liverpool be sion. Two years ago a Mr. Mortonwas mission. There were seventy-three ships in the 1D1G. .;

her destination, but was her supposed course to was killed by lightning a short dis- | For a time it was thought the mule fleet. I A motion was endorsed that a Board j
tance east of Compton's.When i would die, but true to the stubbornness The shores of the Hudson oil both j. of Trade committee be '
changed to minimize the danger of PINE CASTLE WAS WELL REPRESENTED appointed to 1
the heavy rain started of the mule family, he refused. sides
passing through the yes- were with people, whiles represent Orlando in the matter of
war zone. terday' afternoon Compton instructedhis The hole caused by the lightning wa every window, roof top and other van state division should any legislative j
THE WEATHER Pine Castle was represented in Or- two men who were cultivating in large. tage point was occupied. The cheers action be taken. j
lando yesterday by the following well the corn field to hasten to shelter. But i Compton is not superstitious to any echoed and re-echoed across the river

Florida: Fair Tuesday, except thun known citizens: Messrs. J. F. Harris, the lightning beat them to it and the : extent but is the least bit alarmed This evening the president will dineon Come and hear those
der showers in northwest cooler in I C. V. Tanner Joe Johns, Rufus Han- shock knocked both Columbia rec
; men to the ground that a third strike may reach him or board the Wyomintr, Admires l
north. Wednesday fair. j -e9!, and Mr. :Miller. rendering them unconscious for many ., his house. .Fletcher's flagship. 1 ords. You will want one. Curtis & .t
O'Neal boog and music store.


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." 11.11.11 "tIMIiillMllillilllM 11.11 iiittMI LEGISLATIVE NEWS DIRECT I I-i; and Mrs. J. Leslie Dunham, of

FROM CAPITAL Atlantic City, N. J., who have been
spending the past three weeks in
t i I II By C. F. Johnson I I Florida visiting points of interest on

I Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service | Tallahassee, Fla.-Senator Adkins, I I the East and West Coasts, was in Orlando 'j VELVET BEANSAND

of Starke, has introduced a bill Jn the ,, yesterday and spent several I
senate to amend the election laws, so hours driving over the city and visiting -

Harley-Davidson Truck that persons who have heretofore reg- nearby towns. They were favor-
istered or who may hereafter register ably impressed with this section and

I FOR QUICK SERVICE under chapter 6469, acts of 1913, in said they hoped to return again next

any precinct not wholly or partly in a winter for a lengthy visit. COW PEAS

town of 20,000 population or over, .
shall be deemed duly registered for Get the news in the Sentinel first.
all general elections, and special elec- .
tions, so long as such persons con-
Makes Rich Land
tinue to reside in the election precinctin I
Good and Bad Cigar Stores which they have so registered, and .

their names shall be carried on the

f. II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II registration books as electors.

This amendment is understood to Clay Cow Peas, per bushel ____________________ $2.40
provide a to eliminate the
way objec- Unknown Peas, per bushel _____________________ 2.45;
tion made by voters in rural districts
to double registration during a two I Speckle Peas, per bushel ______________________ 2.40

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND year period for primaries and general I Yokohoma Beans, per bushel __________________ 5.00

elections. I Early Amber Sorghum, per bushel ______________ 1.8;;

Any person may change his party Kaffir Corn, Peck ___________________________ .?.")

SHEET METAL CO. affiliation after the general election i Teosinte, Ib. _________________________________ .38
next following his registration by 1 .
making application in writing to the z' "'
registration officer who shall make a ; Mail, Express or Freight Orders Solicited.

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, note of such change and furnish such I
voter with a certificate showing the
and Rubber Roofings change. Such applications shall be

filed by the registration officer for f, A y
Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings future reference. = City Drug* StoreJ.

Biennial registrations must be heldas ;o.

now provided by the ,
statute and
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
such registrations shall hold good for Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA

aU regular or special elections.
The pay of deputy registration officers AT THE GRAND TONIGHT

is fixed at 25 cents for each registration -

and no board of county commissioners -
DoctorsBuckniiisliT -- -- --
shall allow any additional
The 1eit
: pay> for such services. This is intended &
Briimliige .
OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY to eliminate the heavy expense of
registering voters in small precincts, OSTEOPATHS
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE where the rate per day that is paidfor CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
FRESH AND SALT MEATS deputy registration officers makes
at Kirksville, Mo.
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. the registration exteremely expensive
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Everything screened away from the files, and kept fra to the county. National Bank. Phone 578. DIRECTORAND
and Judiciary B committee of the house
We Inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hav tonight reported favorable a bill to EMBALMER '
prohibite the operation of freight
everything in the Meat Line.Solf. PHONE 646
on Sunday except for transportation -

DEL: of perishable merchandise. The For Eight Cylinder (adillac
M. & Co. bill has been strongly opposed, but All calls answered Promptly Dayor
pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET bids fair to become a law. A similar FIRST CLASS REPAIRING

law has been in'effect in South Carolina BARNARD & SON Night. Hand Block.

for many years. A
17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
The bill authorizing the State Boardof
_4l 12-10-lm Orlando Florida.PHONE
r Health to purchase a railroad car I .
to disseminate information concerning -

the cause, nature and extent of 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
; Hammond &Qore communicable diseases, passed the Dr. S. S. Jones
today, and having previously
passed the senate, will be signed by CHIROPRACTOR
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. the governor in a few days. Florida graduate Davenport College, 17 and -- -

health department will then start a 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone I'
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES campaign of education in an effort to 209. Intelligent people everywhereare .
being restored to health by chiro-
stamp out communicable
practic adjustments, the new scienceof
COMPARE going on the theory that preventionwill removing the cause of disease. Examination The Orlando Meat MarketT.
do more to eradicate disease than free. 12-24-lmo
I OUR FURNITURE cures after infection. The state board
A. YANCY Manager
I has had a display on exhibit at the

I XVe provide the quality furniture that has long capital convened since the that session shows of the startling legislature -! j Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

been: accepted by knowing furniture buyers as thestandard facts concerning the transmission of C Colollial l ) Hin Florida and Western Meats
of merit. If an article is here it is good.
disease. The bills passed at this session -
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca >'t nftike
I this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof to strengthen the work of the Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
board have the state in
put the front
this business, and that means much to any bujer.McNEHL .
rank. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
i I The bill making it a misdemeanorfor You hear about Co-

& DAVIS BLOCK, any person, firm or corporation to lonial Hills. PHONES { Residence Business 135 133 Cor. Orange P. O.Ave.BOX and 226 Church St.
*i operate any hotel, boarding house,,
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando. restaurant or lunch counter without You read about Colo-

L Fla.J keeping all doors, windows and other nial Hills.
.- similar openings in dining rooms,, --- ---
kitchens and passageways between You talk about Colo-

the same and hallways leading thereto -
screened, passed the house and
SPRAYINGFor will to the for Sooner later
go governor approval. or you
I That we may better serve the public, we have decided -
The bill provides further that no food
White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarrs In shall be offered for sale or exposedfor will buy in Colonial I I to move up town. After Tuesday the 18th, we can

secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites sale in a raw state, or which may Hills. Why not NOW!II be found at 10 East Church St.Ve will have the most

infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur be consumed without further cooking, centrally and conveniently located feed store in town,
It will satis-
Compound. at meat shops, butcher shops, mar- give you where we will be pleased to serve all customers old and
These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan kets, grocery stores, fruit stands, bak- faction and profit. heretofore.
the terms
be done at one and the same time. This will abso- ery shops, or any other place where new, on same as

lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. food is exposed for sale, without THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.
Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing keeping such food properly protectedby
and R.R. PHONE 447
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and screens; and to operate any diningcar CARL DANN I W. L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street
you will have no regrets at the end of the season.Manufacturers. or buffet car in this state without

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a penalty for failure to comply with .
f J. SCHNARR <& CO. the provisions of this act.

The bill to establish a county courtin

Orlando, FloridaEXCEPTIONAL the new county of Broward has PUl-e Ice rear
i passed both houses and is now in the
hands of the governor for approval. .

Tampa's commision charter, presented I
J at the request of Mayor Mc-

Kay, appeared in the senate Monday, When you want PURE ICE For Party :

but it was not introduced, and it is CREAM call for HAND'S. If
doubtful if the measure will ever be Club "
E OFFER you don't believe that we take
read. The first commision charter
the greatest care in its manuWe make Ice Cream from
for Tampa passed the house and whenit Church Social 1
reached the senate was indefinitely facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All'
!c postponed. make it. You will be surprised f t School 1 Social
cans, moulds and everything
at the care \very detail is given.
Beautiful lot on Lake Lucem'ef XORDICA'S GEMS APPRAISED used in the manufacture of our! Lodge
: Any kind you want, any time

f with plenty of Foliageand New Yor .-State Senator Henry you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steel, Picnic

E. Ackerson, of New Jersey, who was from a quart up. ized.
recently named as temporary admin- '
Trees. istrator of the estate of Lillian Nor- You are cordially invited_to I Order Hands Pure
dica Young, went to Newark Wednesday i
inspect our any
and checked up the jewels in the< '
i safe deposit vaults of the Fidelity time. I Ice Cream
; Price $2000.00C Trust company. Secretary of State
David Crater, who was originally ad- i
c, ministrator, dropped dead on Broadway -
-. in New York a few weeks ago.
The jewelry is appraised at about
250000. One piece alone is worth HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
$75,000, and several are worth $10
k 000 each. There is also a box full of
. medals and decorations, presented to
JSme. Xordica by heads of various W. Jefferson Street
European nations. PHONE 566

The want ad.'s the thing.

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HAVE WE GOT CONTRACT FOR DIRIGIBLEFOR cola as an aviation ship. With her I:

THE NAVY arrival and delivery of the airships II:
Washington, D. C.-The United
contracted for the Pensacola station
States department of agriculture is Washington, May 15.-Construction ,
now ."Ihering information which, of the navy's; first dirigible was authorized -I I will start the training of officers and :
when expiate, should not only give today by Secretary Daniels, I men on a larger scale than ever be I:
the total mileage of public roads in who awarded a contract for its manu- fore. '
the their but facture to the Connecticut Air Craft I
United States and cost
company, of New Haven, on a bid of
should serve as a basis for estimatingthe
relative value of the different
The balloon is to be delivered within IN THREE DAYS
kinds of highways. Some 15,000 sets
four months--to be used at the
of inquiry blanks have already been
naval aeronautic station at Pensacola.It I
distributed through the state highway is designed to carrv four student London." etween Saturday and
commissions, and some of these are
observers in addition to a crew of Tuesday nlent the British fired a mil-
now beginning to come back to the four. It will be 175; feet long, 55 feet lion and a halt rounds of shell," writes '
department. Each set consists of high, have a gas capacity of 110,000
four cards.Of ubic feet and a speed of 25 miles an Morning Post correspondent in The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices : :
hour. The two hour radius of action' northern France in describing the
these the first asks for informa-
can be doubled by replacing with gas- fighting along the line from Ypres to
tion on the mileage of different classes oline the weight of the extra men.
La Bassee, which, he admits, owing
of roads in the county to which it Congress appropriated $1,000,000for
is sent. The mileage does not include aeronautics in the last naval bill. I to the great strength of the German
The armored cruiser North Carolina trenches had little tangible result.
of course, streets in cities and i I
towns. The roads are divided into 10 j
classes as follows: brick paved,

crete some, substance macadam with such the as asphalt,con-I, We are showing all the newest styles jj jjj
macadam shell,
or tar, plain gravel [
other hard surfaced roads sand and'
clay mixture properly graded and' j in Ladies' Trimmed Hats for Summer !i

drained, ordinary earth roads properly I T
constructed, and, finally, unimproved -
-4/ roads. I wear. Charming new models just arriv- !
The second card asks for informa-
tion in regard to the tax rate for the
roads and the amount of work and $80.50 $89.00 $98.90 ed. The variety is too comprehensivefor

money expended on them.
The third blank is concerned with
the names of local road officials, and description. All moderately priced.
. the fourth with facts in regard to the
bond issues and the indebtedness of To the Great California Expositions'

the counties for their road systems.As .
there are approximately 3,000 Proportionate rates from all intermediate points. Stop-over privileges t
counties in the United States, in manyof enroute and free side'trip to San Diego from Los Angeles.
which the mileage has never even Direst and diverse routes by way of New Orleans, St. Louis and I
been estimated, it is hardly probable Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast through trains and CORSET DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOOR

that this preliminary survey will be personally conducted tours. Y Zb
exact. The department, however,will SUMMER EXCURSIONS I
\Ve carry well-known makes which -
be able to detect any excessively inac-
curate reports for the road mileageper TO: NORTH AND WEST 7 *
!, graceful, natural figure lines.
square mile of territory does not Four trains daily-SOuth Atlantic Limited to Louisville and Cincin- ; r. 1j'k:1
vary excessively. Except in desert or nati,Dixie Flyer to Chicago,Montgomery Route Express to Memphisand + I
undeveloped country less than half p. St. Louis, New Orleans Special to :Mobile: and New Orleans. t : 1 As fits the corset so fits the gown.
mile of public road to every square Choice of routes superb steel trains and superior service are L. &N.
} mile of territory is rare, while in the features. l\Ianyothers make this road a favorite with travelers. For
most"thickly populated rural sections routes, reservations, literature, etc., 'phone, wire or write to 1 THOMPSON: GLOVE FITTING CORSETS,

the maximum is no more than 2 1-2 or H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent, Louisville and Nashville Railroad r
3 miles. Thus, in Farnce, there is an 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167) Jacksonville, Florida .V Id $1.00 to 200.
average for the entire country of 1.76

to a square mile. In Italy; however, VICTORIA \\\
this has fallen to .86, possibly on account CORSETS
of the mountainous characterof
much of the peninsula and of Sicily $3.00 to $9.00

and Sardinia.In Ct GO j

America the average is approxi- _
mately .80 miles, which, in view of
the fact that much of the is
sparsely settled, seems unduly high.
An explanation however, is to be Permits perfect ease in sitting or stand-
found in the fact that in many states AND HEAR PINAFOREAnd ing positions. '. Give healthful I, physical support. .
the law provides that each section

line shall be a public road. Thus for thus encourage the Mendelssohn Club and enjoy an $3.50 to $8.00 $2.00 to $5.00 .
example, there are in the state of evening of brilliant song. But remember that if you own a Vic- v .
Iowa alone more than 104,000 miles trola you can hear Light Opera or Grand Opera every day in the
of legal highways, manifestly a much year. Caruso in "Faust" or"Aida" costs but little more than Billy
larger mileage than is required by Murray in the rollicking "Take Me to the Cabaret."
traffic. Practically every Victor record is made by a star performer
When the information in regard to The Victor people control most of the real stars in the musical Fetching Frocks forthe Summer WardrobeCrepe j j
the existing roads which the depart- world. The other record makers take who ever they can get.
ment is now seeking is complete, it is
the intention to continue the inquiry Meteor, Crepe de Chine, Chiffon Taffeta and Poplins in the leading summer
year after year in order to ascertainthe THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORENOW'S ; shades, Battleship Gray, Belgian Blue, Reseda Green, Rose, Navy and Black, with the
durability and economy of the va- flaring skirts pleated skirts high waist lines, and every late novelty.
rious kinds of highways. The data.I Also a beautiful showing of Wash Dresses of Voiles, Crepes and Lingeries. in plainwhite .
thus collected should be useful to road
I and fancy colors.Tailored .
engineers all over the country and it
is hoped that county agents and oth- THE TIME
ers interested in improvement of agriculture Suits for Women of ConspiciouslyClever
will do their best to facilitate -
the collection of the desired in- 1 to get ready for the rainy season.



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the taught we at it. The romps
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South Florida Sentinel A question often arises, "if the U. Nature seems determined to do all

MORNING AND WEEKLY S. had difficulty with Germany would that may be expected of her and to Cameron Mann, Bishop, in the

v. M. GLENN ........... ..._... ..Editor the Germans in this country prove aid the people of this country in every II May Palm Branch
w. f. ESSINGTON .. ..BuiineM Manager
.. --- -- faithful to their vows of allegianceor possible way to prevent starvationand O Almighty God, of whom the whole

Entered at the postof ice at Orlando.. Florida would they desert the Stars and want. The government estimate, I family in heaven and earth is named,
Second Class MaU ltlat r.StBSCRIPTIOS
as Stripes for the Kaiser." Baltimore based on the conditions on May 1, are look down with pity upon the nationsof
RATESDaily. union for record in the winter wheat
Germans in a church Sunday a new Thy family now engaged in war.
I Year ........................ *5.00
Dail,.. 6 Months ...................... adopted a memorandum: crop. It is now believed that the increase Restrain their rulers and people from
r ail.. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 "While proud of our German ancestry over the yield] of last year will hatred and malice, from pride
Dan,.. 1 Month ....................... .* envy
we know only one flag, the flagof be more than 9,000,000 bushels, and and hardness of heart. Sustain in
Weekly. 1 Year ............. ......... $1.00 our country; and we tender to you, that the total will reach 693,000,000 them the love of justice and mercy.

; ALL 8tBSCJUPTIOSS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN the standard-bearer, our undivided bushels. Fill them with an ardent longing for

ADVERTISERS loyalty. o peace.
"We have every confidence in your DOG VS. MAN Keep, 0 Lord, under Thy protection

advertising Copy for aunt display be handed and all in at other the hand-set business cool judgment, honest purpose and SENSE.: all who are in peril by land or sea.

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. brave manhood and are convinced that The president of the Safety First Give patience and deliverance to the

to the chances day before for puWkation.contract advertising Thin rule;appliea it is you would rather be right than presi- Federation of America advises us: prisoners and exiles, comfort and heal EMPHATIC REDUCTIONS

Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. dent." A dog no longer runs against or under ing to the sick and wounded, courage

Subscribers. desiring The Sentinel discontinued This is the right spirit and the right an automobile, as he did when and hope to the dying, rest and lightto
should notify the office in writing on attitude. Our German-American citizens they appeared. He has changed his the dead.Mercifully.
otherwise it will be
the date of expiration.
continued at the regular subscription rates, must remain true to the constitution whole attitude toward street traffic. minister to all the bereaved -

until Telephone notice Numb to stop .is...received... ............... of the United States which, The average man has not changed; he and distressed and poor. In- In Ready-to-Wear
when they became naturalized citizens still goes wandering across the streetas spire and sustain the physicians and

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1913.; they vowed to uphold. he did when the traffic was wholly nurses, and all who charitably serve

o made up of horse drawn vehicles. On in hospitals and camps, granting them

The quickest way to do things is to MAY GET IT the other hand, the traffic, as againstthe health and safety and a quiet mind.

do them one at a time. IYPODERMICALLY.The pedestrian, has grown aggressiveand And we beseech Thee hasten the

o' Cymric of the White Star Line careless. I day when this conflict shall cease and
About the only satisfactory substi- left New York Friday. The steamship o the nations of the world shall learn to '-

tute for wisdom. is silence. was a veritable arsenal, with TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY war no more. LINEN DRESSES
0 ,000! tons of war munitions. No All which we ask in the name of the

In order to enjoy lire a man must Americans were on board. Will the MONEY TO LOAN on good security.Wm. Prince of Peace, Thy Son Jesus SILK DRESSES

be a little miserable occasionally. undersea sub-sharks get her? When Martin, County Judge. Christ, our Lord, Amen.I Commences :Monday and Continues for
o the captian of the boat was asked 5-18-3t* I hereby authorize the use of the
Remainder of Week
The thing that comes to those who what was in the cargo he answered, I above prayer in the churches of the

wait is seldom what they are waitingfor. I I "Oh, that is foodstuff for the Ger- A the LIVE Casmire MAN as Freezer.county manager A cash business for- district of Southern Florida.] We'll get ahead of you and use the ex-

I mans. They get it hypodermically." good returns, without competi- clamation ourselves first. There'sno
o The Cymric runs a fine chance of getting tion. Small investment. See Mr. CARD OF THANKSWe

The best way to get along with it "hypodermically." Swanson, San Juan, hotel. 5-18-lt question of you not using them. Price

some people is to get along without oADDITIONAL wish to thank our friends for
reductions alone will do that-and
them. LOCALS ATTENTION: : AUTOISTS, the beautiful flowers 'and the courte- you'll

a and all others. Please call at Highland ment.sies shown us in our recent bereave- emphasize the points when you see the
Grove C.iapel; Fern Creek
We haven't had Harry Thaw's opin- A party of pleasure seekers coming on Thursday, May 20. Refresh avenue MRS. JOSEPH LENHART beautiful productions we have to offer.
ion on President Wilson's note to Ger- to St. Petersburg, Tuesday for aay's yourselves with a dish of Hand's deli- and children.
, I outing from Orlando were R. E. DRESS IS NEW
ice cream, and thereby assist in I
many yet. Mann, of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. W.
paying debt on chapel. Get the in
the Sentinel first.
-.0- I Meade, of Atlanta, Mrs. Johnson: andMrs. I EVERY STYLE AUTHENTIC
The Transylvania has reached its E. C. Clemons, of Orlando.-St. -

destination in safety and another one Petersburg Times. -

of "daily worries" has been removed .
our Mrs. O. H. Neyland, who has been .
visiting her sister, Mrs. Gertrude C.
o Davis, returned yesterday afternoonto LINGERIE DRESSES
"Nine more bodies of victims wash her home in Tampa. She was accompanied I
home by her niece Miss
A testimo- Regular Values-
Loy Davis, who will spend a coupleof I
nial to Germany's inhumane undersea weeks in that city. $7.50 _____________ !Sale $4.98
o :Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harris and son, $8.75, $9.75, $10.00__ !Sale $7.35

It is said that all automobiles have George, ,v,ho have been spending several $12.00 ____________ !Sale 8.50
< weeks in Orlando, left yesterday
the tobacco habit. The gasoline cars for their home in Newark N. J. !Sale
$14.50 ____________ $9.80
smoke, while an electric. won't start where they will spend the summer.
without a plug. They expect to return this way next 1 Imported French Model, size 36
season and will probably remain all
o winter. regular price was $45__! !
The Lakeland Telegram says that FOR RENT AND SALEThe
.' Sale, one-half price __________$22.50
Rube Allyn would be in his element if :Mr. A. J. Sims, of the Sims Realty

he went to Germany to lick the whole company: Tampa, was in the city yesterday -
dinged country. Running a country a guest at the San Juan hoteL -
is' just like war.-Clear- lie was en route to Canada wherehe Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America
newspaper and some friends have a hunting I
water Sun. ]lodge, where he expects to spend the Street. Lot 67x332. House is modern and contains LINEN AND RUSSIAN RAMIE
o next three months in the wilds inquest
of big game. seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
There still DRESSESIn
are a great many young
men who feel that it is not worth bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
Mr. Frank Krueker and family are white and colors, with the new French
their while to stay at home and ac- among those who have recently departed -
quire a farm, when they can go to the from Orlando for the summer. Dry finish.

City and earn $9 a week and see all They have gone Waterloo, Iowa.
Mr. Krueger operated the Kleen Market 11 Dresses, Regular price $12.50

*the picture shows. on Church street, for a while, but ! Sale $8.90
o on account of slack business closed

The chances are that President the place during the summer. 2 Dresses, regular value, $14.50

.. Wilson will reach the goal toward S.Y.WAYInsurance I Sale $9.80 '
Mrs. E. J. Temple] was among the
which Colonel Roosevelt is looking, to .
Orlandoites leaving yesterday
and will reach it by a much better spend the summer in the North. Her
first will be Philadelphia, Pa.,
way. Bitterness and resentment are stop
not the best motives. where she will spend a few days with and Real Estate Agent
her friend, Mrs. Freeman. From
o thence she will journey to Boston SILK DRESSES
Warfare at twenty rounds was the Mass., to remain with her daughteruntil

case of the recent bombardment of fall. PHONE 172 Exquisite conceptions, charming colorings,

Dunkirk. Like Lexington, these shots
Miss Edith Rand left yesterday for beautiful' fabrics.
heard 'round the world. It was
were her home in Longwood, Fla., after
almost incredible. Imagine guns at spending several months here the The "trend of the monde" is elaborately

f Sanford shelling Orlando. guest of her brother, Frederic II expressed in these dainty realities of the '
. 0 Rand, Jr. Miss Rand, who visits here
frequently, is a social favorite and costumieres art.
E Nations we do not care to visit: will be greatly missed by tlie mem-
r Portugal, the British Isles, German bers of the dancing set.-Miami Her- Regular values-

1 South Africa, Germany Austria Ser- ald. $8.75 ____________! Sale $6.60 ,
via, Russia Turkey, China, Japan,
Mexico Italy, France, Belgium Bulgaria Mrs. R. V. Atkisson and daughter, $14.50 ___________! !11! Sale $9.80
:Miss Lucile, will leave next week fora t
Greece, and even Switzerland. visit to Los Angeles, Cal., where $16.50 _____-____! Sale $11.98
will visit relatives for the next
o they
r The man who isn't satisfied with his five months. From Miami they will $17.50 __________ !Sale $12.90

town just doesn't know how many delightful with go to friends Jacksonville and then to spend go to a few Atlantafor days Everythinu front Head to Foot $19.50 __________! !Sale $13.50 '

. towns there are scattered all a short visit with Mrs. Atkisson's $22.50 ____________ I I I I Sale $14.50
over the woods that are ready to give sister-in-law, Mrs. J. D. Atkisson. En iit our Dru.1 tore i
the glad hand. Moving is a whole lot route to California they will stop at $24.50 ___________ 1 I !Sale $15.40
Oklahoma and various other
cheaper and better than knocking. points in the West. Both Mrs. Atkisson Hair Tonic I HAIR $27.50 ___________ !Sale $16.50
Albany (Ga.) Herald. and Miss Lucile are popular witha TONIBuniolt
1 French Model regular
Imported ,
o wide circle of friends here and will to t

A romance grew out of the Lusita- be greatly missed during their absence. value $29.75__! Sale! half- .
.-Miami Metropolis.
nia horror. John Welch, an engineer, Plasters ra price $14.87 '

and Miss Gerta Xeilson, a milliner, Guests registering at the San Juan
1 French Model regular
became acquainted on the ill fated hotel yesterday included L. H. Crock- Imported f

t steamer and were married Friday in ett, Baltimore; J. H. Preston, Rock- 34 value $37.50____ !Sale half- t
ford, Texas; E. P. Thagard, Tallahassee -
Manchester. For a courting ground ; II. E. Kinly, New York; A. D. price $18.75 _
we'll take the tall pines and the glistening Mcllvaine and wife, Tampa; R. E.
waters of an Orange county Waterman, Winter Garden; W. H. 1 Imported French Model, regular
Drew A. J. Simms Tampa M. II
lake for ours. Thatcher., Louisville:, C. B. ;:McNair value $47.50---- !III! Sale half-

Mrs. Medlin;, Jacksonville; J. E. Gibson -: I price $23.75
The cartoonists have utilized the Gainesville; B. L. Alvis, Atlanta;
Lee M. Good, Chicago; H.1.. Boly, I
I.usitania to advantage and are grinding Savannah Ga.; C. B. Murphy, Lake- : I
out some fine sketches. Rollin land; D. H. Crockett, Baltimore; G. D. I
Kirby, in the Xew York World, is in Moss, Birmingham; H. Hirsch, Philadelphia it
the forefront. A recent sketch, ; Harry S. Harper, New Orleans
; Sol. Bowman Jr., New York;
"Whichill he choose?" shows the E. Woodward, Virginia; C. W. Hug- .
Kaiser gazing at President Wilson, gins, Tampa; B. L. Swerpert, Atlanta DICKSON IVES CO.
who js holding in his hands the olive ; A. Lee Tanksley, Jacksonville.

branch of peace and a sword.

Orlando will play o host June 10 to SON TO CASEW. Get it atMERCK'S STORE.
W. Wright has sold another lIar-
the Central Florida Highway Associa-
tion recently formed at Kissimmee. ley-Davidson motorcycle to Geo. A. .. .. I
Case, of Pine Castle. Mr. Case is
L. A. Whitney, secretary of the St. .
county's agriculturistsand
Petersburg board of trade writes that
We: the nearest drug store
there will be a delegation from that will hereafter utilize the brick are The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

city to the Orlando meeting. They roads. Mr. Wright has a number of PHONE 68IERUR'S tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

will come in automobiles and before deals pending. He has the agency chandise, at right prices

the crowd reaches here there may bea for the Harley-Davidson which is recognized PHARMACY: t
as the foremost cycle in the -4
score of autos filled with good road 4f
boosters. world. i I I THE REXALL STORE j f

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OX THE COCIAL CALENDAR May 23rd 1915, to be observed as Admission 5 Cents
'Peace Day' in the churches throughout -
Tuesday, May 18.Ladies' 1
the of Florida and I do
Aid Society of the Methodist state ; r'I " 11 IJ
church will enjoy its annual outing, earnestly recommend that on said respective f I
picnic, and regular monthly busi- lays the schools and churches -
ness meeting at home of Mrs.V.. W. provide appropriate exercises for B. "Sergeant Jim's Horse."
Wright, on Rock lake. "
suitable and impressive observance of **** Thanhouser. "An Inside Tip.
Marriage of Miss Edythe Rambo to i *
Mr. James Evans. said days in the interest of promoting Kej stone. Comedy. "Mabel and

Troop 4, Boy Scouts, will hold special peace, good fellowship and humanity. r t Fatty at the. San Diego Exposition." I
meeting Tuesday to decide summer "PARK TRAMMELL, t ybnuaouritPARAMOUNT Beauty. 'Foolin Uncle."
camping grounds.Ieetin at home t } Don't have
forget we Mutual ser- .
of Scoutmaster Joseph Woodnick, "Governor of Florida.
at vice. See those Keystone comedies.OSTEOPATHY.
7:30.Wednesday, May 19. o GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0
Country Club subscription dance, 8:30 _
o'clock. OF CATHEDRAL SCHOOL.The We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs S. A. Cathedral School for Girls will
all that is
Robinson hostess. represent not only newest and best, but that also is different -
Unity Circle, Mrs Sherman will read observe May 23 as commencementweek. : PICTURES from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
With the exception of the bac- DR. J. c. HOWELL,
"The Story of a Leaf. visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
The Bachelor Girls at Country Club, calaureate sermon, the school play, Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon precious stones.
Miss Guilda Happersett hostess. class day exercises and commence- FICTION PICTURES INC. Kirksville' Graduate .A<

Thursday: May 20. ment proper will be held in Cluett Consultation Free ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Pinafore, Orlando opera house, even- Presents Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan n _
ing. Hall, Cathedral School. HoteL n

Kil Kare Klub, Mrs Frances Wood, The following program has been Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 :* .. IM-Ti --c'J
Thornton Park. sent to a number of Orlando people. BETTY BELLAIRSIn Orlando, Fla.
Rosalind musicale, Rosalind Club
The programs are very neat and artistic .
rJ Friday, May 21. and bear the initials "C. S. C."
Orlando schools complete year's work. in gold. The wording of the invita- YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLEHERE

Sunday, May 23. tion is: "THE SPANISH JADE"A LucerneTODAY
Baccalaureate sermon for O. H. S.
"The and senior class of
graduates, Dr. Stagg, Presbyterianchurch. in wall
selecting for
the Cathedral School for Girls, Orlando fascinating tale of paper your
Spanish home. Our stock contains all the
latest -
Baccalaureate sermon for the senior Florida, request the honor of
class of the Cathedral school, St.Luke's your presence at the commencement love and tragedy with unique designs in such a varied assort-
Cathedral, 7:30 o'clock, by ment that to find
you are sure just
Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D. exercises, Wednesday evening,May
costumes and of that
-0.- the twenty-sixth, nineteen, hundred the kind you have been looking for.

HIGH SCHOOL and fifteen, at a quarter after eight quaint country. Come in and see our offering and get
You'll be interested.
COMMENCEMENT MAY 25. o'clock, Cluett Hall auditorium." our prices.

The Sentinel has received the following The events of commencement week Edison special feature com-
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
invitation: plete in two parts.
"The Faculty and Senior Class of Baccalaureate sermon, by Right 205 S. Orange Avenue:
the Orlando High School request the Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D., in St. I
honor of your presence at the com- Luke's Cathedral, Sunday evening, 1/ COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
mencement exercises Tuesday evening May 23, 7:30 p. m. I "fimunourit- t "A HORSE OF ANOTHER

May twenty-fifth, at eight o'clock, School play, Monday, May 24, 8:15p. COLOR"
at the opera house." m.
The invitations are handsome examples Class day exercises, Tuesday, May Another of those screaming Es-

t of the engraver's art, and 25, 7:15 p. m.Graduation. sanay comedies. 1
bear a beautiful embossed seal in gold conferring diplomas, SIX PARTS
with "Orlando High School" the words etc., Wednesday, May 26, 8:15 p. m. WRIGHT SEED COMPANYIce
encircling "'15." The seniors who will receive diplomas -
The members of the graduatingclass are the Misses Alice Braly, Marian -
10 cents 20 cents
are the Misses Annie Eulalia Braly, Jane lone Greene, Marguerite Kalem Komedy. Ice Ice

Crux, Nina Mae Swearingkn, Bessie Elizabeth Hodgson, Bertha
Quigg, Maude Beatrice Davis, Ruth Ruth Hudsenkamp' Marian Jones,

Mable McCullough, Corinne May Bar- Nina Hill Phillips, Ella Taylor Slem- FOUR BIG REELS Eggs Butter Milk

ker, Annie Griffith Henderson, Rox- ons, :Marian White.
Irvine, and Messrs. -- --
ana Sidney Philip
Newell, Carl Eldridge Henderson, PINAFORE
Kimble Foster Hughes, Willis New- MAY 20.Deck ROOf GARDfNTO
of H. M. S. Pinafore
man Rogers, Arthur Goode Ivey, Ar- off
thur William Newell. Portsmouth, England. Here you see BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
The high school graduation exer- a chorus of sailors, led by Bill Bob-

cises this year promise to be extremely stay, the boatswain, cleaning the ship

interesting. The former custom of and singing boisterously. One of the 1
having each of the seniors deliver an leading characters in the play is this

oration has been omitted and this part same Bill Bobstay, and he is repre- "THE ADVENTURE OF THE

of the program will be given to the sented by Mr. S. Kendrick Guernsey, A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
commencement address, which is to be who had especial training while in YELLOW CURL PAPERS."

delivered by Prof. H. W. Cox, of the Philadelphia attending the university. Complete in two parts.
University of Florida. Other features -> He had the honor of being a memberof Established 1886
of the occasion will be special the well known Mask and Wig

music by the high school orchestra, Club, whose ingenious and efficient
and presentation of diplomas by :\lr.1 work has entertained and charmed "LOVE AND HAND CUFFS"A
C. E. Howard, president of the boardof many an audience in the larger cities. CURTIS & O'NEAL
trustees of the Orlando sub-school tick) Deadeye admits that he's un- drama of the Hills.

district. pleasant to look at, and his name's

"This," said Professor Simmons, "i agin him, and seeks the captain, tells -
the same form of program which all inghim that Josephine is about to "WHEN WAR WASTHREATENED" INSURANCE LOANS

of the larger high schools are adopt- elope with Ralph. In disguise the ,
ing for their graduation exercises." captain finds the party and a violent

On Monday evening, class night, scene ensues, much to the enjoyment A rip roaring farce.A REAL ESTATE RENTALS
the senior class will present a shotr of ignoble Deadeye. It will pay you
play entittled, "Betty's Ancestors. fo come to the show just to see this

This, too, is a new feature, as in for character of the servile seaman set Gentleman's Silk Shirt given
mer years it has been the custom to forth by Mr. Harry Voorhis, who is
have the class prophecy, class will, both a musician and an actor. He away at 9 o'clock to night.

class history, and presentation of sing> plays the piano and the pipe
class gifts on this night. As the play organ, and is a useful. member of the
which is to be given is of a humorouscharacter Mendelssohn Club. For aleHouse
there is little doubt that the The excellent piano playing is done
by Mr. Herman F. Siewert 10 cents 5 cents
, change will prove a great success. of Winter
-- Park, who is a musician of more than eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price
TODAY IS the average endowment, and has beena

PEACE DAY. great support both to director and Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $4500.00. A
chorus. Mr. Siewert has bargain.DON'T .
in i
"Peace Day, to be observed May
18 in the schools of the state, and New York and Philadelphia and was a
pupil of the illustrious William --I I
:May 23 in the churches, has been proclaimed Carl, II
well known in the musical fraternity. I -
by Governor Park Trammell. I -
The General Federation Women -o--
Clubs asked that the governor desig SOCIETY NOTES ARCADEMILK

nate such a day and ask its observ OF INTEREST.
ance. The proclamation of the gover Interest in Orlando society today
nor follows: centers in the wedding of Miss Edythe

"State of Florida, Executive Office, Rambo and Mr. James Evans, which SWAT THE FLY !
Tallahassee, May 12, 1915. will take place tonight at eight
o'clock at the home of the
"In accordance with a recommen bride's
dation from the General Federation of mother on Amelia avenue. Miss Mary DEPOT

Women's Clubs the educational de Allen will be maid of honor and Mr.\ Screen home with our galvanizedwire
"' partment of the Florida Federation of A. L. Bentley, uncle of the bride, will
: Women's Clubs is endeavoring to I be best man. Miss Rilla Rambo, thebride's cloth at moderate cost.
arouse sufficient interest for the observance I sister, Will be flower girl, and
i Rev. John B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist \ BUTTER MILK
of 'Peace Day' in the schools This will effectively keep out flies,
and churches throughout this state. church, will officiate. Fresh Every Day.
"It is believed that the plastic period Before the ceremony, Miss f:liza gnats mosquitoes and other insects
of youth is the time when the Wright, accompanied by Miss Alice 5c. per glass ,

deepest and most lasting impressionsare Allen, will sing several selections, and 25c. gallon and is
made; and it is felt that the thou I Mr.\ Frank Allen, violinist, and Miss per
sands of our people who are affiliated Alice Allen at the piano will play the CREAM AND MILK
. with the churches in our state will I wedding march. A dainty color BUTTER THE BEST HEALTH INSURANCE

welcome an opportunity to give scheme of yellow and pink will be
formal and public expression to the I used in the decorations. After the Fresh Homemade IN THE WORLD

universal desire prevailing in this ceremony, a reception will be held at
country for the restoration of peaceamong the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. A. SANDWICHESPIES

the civilized people of the L. Bentley. AND CAKESARCADE
world. Hardware Storeon the Corner

"Being in complete sympathy with Cards have been issued for the ap

this movement, I, Park Trammell, proaching wedding of Miss Augusta
governor of the state of Florida, deemit Cornelia Wright and Mr. Louis Talley
proper to endorse the action of the Hewitt, which will be solemnized: at MilK DEPOT GUERNSEY'SF
above mentioned organization in des the home of the bride's mother, firs JOS. L.

ignating Tuesday, May the 18th, 1915, Marion\ C. Wright, 411 Palmer avenue
't as 'Peace Day' in the schools of this at 8 o'clock Tuesday, June 1. The MRS. E. M. PARRY

" state, and in designating Sunday, (Continued on page 8)

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Lake Site NOTCE OF ELECTION Dumber. I,a"tl1s avid hiilgieson

SENTINELWANT 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
S incorporating the town. 5-7-4W

Two -House repairs of all kinds done
I promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
The Morning Sentinel Want screen doors and windows a specialty;
Directory is the Greatest Want garages, office fixtures; window and LA Do)
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. door frames made to order. Get our
prices. 18 East Church street. A
Terms Cash in Advance. postal will bring us. 5-lG-lmo

136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES Royal Cement Ana tile Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale ,
For Three Days ____________50c for commencement. Miss Kate
f 15 per acre. For Six Days ______________75c Ronson Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t
For One Month ____________$2.50 c.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of MONEY TO LOAN-We have some
25 words or less. If the ad con- money to loan on first class prop-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate erty. Lord & Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- THE SAN JUAN Quick Lunch
sertion.If .
will 6 o.clockIonda: '
open )
you can't bring your ad to
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 21. Ac- morning, May 17, for the sum-
counts opened by telephone will be mer. Popular prices. 5-lG-3tc GAB
payable the following day. .

Every Home-Every Business' RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., EnryIan has use for a I
Sentinel Want Ad.
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll :; ,
Welkins Block PHONE 504
FOR SALE work guaranteed and neatly -
done. Our work is the best
FOR SALE and our prices are the lowest.
FOR 90 DAYS 200 egg hot water Reliable incubator This is the place to have your Is a servant that can do a lot of things to make your 1.
patented egg turning tray
out removing eggs from incubator; old clothes made new. kitchen work easier and pleasanter.A .
You can buy foundation good as new. $10. Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
stone building blocks, side- 100 chick outdoor brooder. $;;.
dry cleaned, pressed___GOc.
and trees,
walk tile, or anything in my 2,000 orange old budded grapefruit and seed- Suit pressed _____________40c.
line at reduced. Call around 1 L and 2 years steaming hot water quickly and economicallyallyou
I lings. lOc. and 50c. each.D. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand you
and let me'surprise you on N. Batchelor, Winter Park, Fla.5163t'. pressed ____________oOc want just when and where you want it.

prices. Mohair suits pressed ______25c.

I F. D. GORE, FOR SALE-Five room cottage; good We do ladies' work also. Giveus One of our perfect new GAS RANGES will smoothout
location; only $850. Cooper & Atha. a trial and be convinced.
troubles-cook quickly cleanly and
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 5-16-3 Clothes called for and delivered. your cooking

Nothing charged tat these prices.OSTEOPATH. FOR SALE-Hupmobile roadster, Phone 613. economically.You .

fully equipped, "Prest-o'-Lite" tank ,
---- - ---
L demountable rims, extra tires, seat can enjoy the convenience and saving of an ALL
covers etc. A bargain. Act quickly.
: Ford Garage. 5-16-3tc Orlando Wood Yard GAS KITCHEN at a surprisingly low cost.

FOR SALE-One Ford auto, in good Let us show you.
condition; some chickens, and two I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER window frames and glazed' sashes. Removed from Pine St. two blocks

Office corner Orange Avenue and Going north and must sell. Apply north on Railroad, west end Wash-
206 East Church street. 5-16-6t
Church St. Davis & McNeil BIdg. ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat .

I Phone 419.Toasted. FOR SALE-At a bargain, beautiful all times.
Turkish rug', 10x14. Phone Ross-
r more Inn, No. 1019. 5-16-3tc

FOR SALE-Velvet beans $4.00 per B. W. KINGSLEY
Rice FlakesThe unknown bushel;and clay speckled peas, $2.40 cowpeas per bushel, $2.45; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

per bushel. J. L. Dean, prop. City PHONE 3UOON'T
choicest of Cereals and Drug Store. 5-11-7tc

just the article for breakfast GAS DEPARTMENTService
FOR SALE-Chalmers touring car,
during the summer months. fully equipped, first class condition;
bargain. Inquire 32 West Church.
Phone 422.

FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car,
Grape SmashThe 5 passenger, in good condition; ex- WORRY
tra equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
most delicious hot 5-8-lmoc

t weather drink. FOR SALEA If you are disappointedabout .
l clean, nice cash business for a Eas- r.
getting a new
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit ter Suit,we can put your
t Comb Honey purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. old one in good condi- will Service will'

4-9-tf tion for just such occas Start Pnr S rilln Wat r Start

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story ions. May 10th May IOthIn
l made from the orange blossoms.CABUTHERS cottage, seven rooms and bath,
i modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
I- -- 2-23-tf- ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

rl l & GORE FOR RENT Dry Cleaning all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

r FOR RENT-A large, well furnished Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands '
front bed room. Can be fitted up for

New Modern G GroceryPhone street.light housekeeping. 405 East 5-16-3t Pine Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER dally to

the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
FOR RENT-If for choice
looking a
200 furnished house, for small family, lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

for occupancy summer; address; low rental Fred ;B.immediate Dale, 306 Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

6 and 8 East Pine St. Anderson street, Orlando, Fla.5156t' COOLER Free of Charge.

and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
TO RENT for July and August, a two
room apartment, with kitchenetteand gallon. -
bath room, in Boston Massachusetts -
next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
for the two months $50. Emily Curtis
$2.ooTAMPA Fisher, 500 Boylston street, Boston,
Mass. 5-12-6tc

FOR RENT-Five room house, No. 9 :
West Robinson avenue; $15.00 per
-- month.Company.Apply A. L. Beck 5-14-6tc Lumber .Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.

Rollins College, Florida.

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Winter Park, Florida. April 19, 1915
mer, or by the cheap. T. A.
II. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc
and | J.1M.: \ CARUTHERS Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

BUYERS AND SELLERSI brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
buy, sell rent and exchange real Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
RETURNMONDAY estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., SPRING WATER
over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see me. COLOR ______________________________aear-
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Under New Management REACTION ___r___________________Neutral
MAY IOt WANTED FREE AMONIA -_________._______Xone. I

I ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ____________None.
WANTED POSITION young man Smyth HouseCorner CHLORIDE _______________________________6 Parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon. .
Tickets good on all having fifteen years experience in TOTAL SOLIDS ________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
department stores desires
Regular Trains where ability and merit would position war- Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace

rant advancement. Best references. One Block from Court House HARDNESS _______________________________38 Parts per 10000002.217 grains per gallon. .
Final Limit May\ 13th Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free ammonia
1V A FURNISHED ROOMS AND albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
VIA "ED-Piano. personal use, for BOARD
6 or 7 months. Address 117 East of the body. .
Rates by Day or Week. Summer
Amelia avenue. 5162tcTO The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Rates Now On.
Atlantic Coast Line ECIIANGE: -For house and lot amount of chlorine indicates its goad quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionally
in Orlando 'lake front, 1 mile from MRS. J. McCAMY good quality.A .
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 very desirable feature ot tms spring waver: is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Standard Railroad of the South set to budded trees two years ago; 3 the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
acres unimproved extra land.
Mahlon Gore. ; good 4-28-tfc just about enough, as many authorities think for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
I the body. Yours respectfully, .
LOST-One bicycle wheel between CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOL _.. D KER.
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
return to Morton Jones & Son bus 375 !
line. 513tfLOSTKey
j West Jefferson Street

ward.turn to this ring office with and four receive keys.5-13-tf Re-re Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

-- Hand Wood
DR. U H. RAMSDELL CompanyWood
LOST-Knight Templar charm with LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
OPTOMETRIST my name on same. Reward. J. N. of All Kinds

ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc PROMPT SERVICE \V.;;W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444
GLASSES. GRIND LENSES Umbrellas recovered and repaired Ii
AND DO ALL KINDS OF "while! you wait." it Young's Repair REASON"lRLE PRICES i
OPTICAL REPAIRING Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
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The new management of Ivanhoe Amusement Park, Auto service will run on schedule at a charge of lOc.
The Attractions Are
otherwise known as Russell's Point wishing to give this each way for adults, children under 12, oc. Xo charge for
Park a more attractive name, has decided to pay TEX McINTOSH ORCHESTRA children under 5 not occupying seats.

IN GOLD to the resident of Orange County,
DOLLORS DANCING (Week Days only.) Admission to grounds after 5.30 pm.

who first sends the name considered most appropriate for BATHING, BOATING, FISHING
All answers must be sent to P. O. Box 358; Orlando,
-this park. The selection will be made by three judges. Thewinner's MOTOR BOAT TRIP AROUND LAKE
not later than Friday noon, May 21st. 1915.
name will be announced and the prize awarded (.15 minute trip.)
Saturday evening, May 22nd, at 8.30 p.m. at the above men- FREE MOVING PICTURES WIN THIS TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE

The public should keep in mind that this park will open Strictly Up-to-Date.

on Saturday morning, May 22, 1915, at 10 a.m., and will PICNIC GROUNDS .
Saturday, the Opening Day will be CHILDREN'S DAYat

.. .remain> open until 11 p.m. It will be open seven days every BOWLING AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS WILL
..I the Park. Bring the children and picnic on the grounds.

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R. Slate has returned home after St. Augustine, Fla., May 15.-The Chester A. Ryttenberg, Sumter; W. artillesist now in Flanders.
having passed the last several monthsin seventy-second annual council of the Atlanta, Ga., May 15.-J. II. Mc- Livingston, Seneca. "The first thing I shall do when I Tallahassee, Fla.-Goxernor Tram-
Laurin, of Jacksonville, Fla., was re-
Florida. Mr. Slate and Town Episcopal diocese of Florida will con- elected president of the Southern reach home will be to go to bed for a mell this morning notified the house
Clerk II. G. Potter, of Queensbury, vene here next week, on Wednesdayand Wholesale Grocers' Association at the GOV. TRAMMELL: EXPRESSES month. One of those beds you sink he had signed the bill creating the
were taken south during the winter Thursday, May 19 and 20. All closing session of its convention here. CONFIDENCE IN WILSON right down in and feel as if you could municipality of Stuart, Palm Beach
by W. S. Kelleher, demonstrator of preliminary arrangements have been was Selection left to of the the executive next convention committee city, stay there forever. county, the act relating to a special
the Ford automobile, and both were completed by members of Trinity par- which will announce its decision later. Tallahassee Fla., May 15.-Speak- "Still, I think I could sleep on a road law for Liberty county, the act
so greatly pleased with the journey Invitations were received from Hot ing about President Wilson's note to I clothes line or the edge of a knife to validate all outstanding warrants
ish.The Springs, Ark., Galveston, Memphisand Germany, Governor Park Trammell issued by Lafayette county commis-
made in Ford cars they immediately Daughters of the King will New Orleans. after some of the places I have sleptin
purchased machines. Mr. Slate returned hold their session on Tuesday, the Before adjournment the delegates' last"At night this said: I out here. sioners.
time of disturbance and
The senate also was notified that
home in his car. 18th. The council will meet Wednes- adopted a resolution expressing "the I "When we have been on the march
unsettled opinion, I do not think I the bill amending the charter of Sar-
The tour of Florida was so success- day and Thursday, the 19th and 20th, utmost confidence in the ability and coming up the line I have been gladto
wisdom of President should give out anything that I has been
Wilson" in guid- mightbe asota signed.
ful that already a movement has been as will also the Woman's Auxiliary, ing the affairs of this country. I construed as the views of state flop down, up to my ankles in mud,
started for a tour of America next while the Men's Missionary Leaguewill Other officers elected were: First when the is i I I with everything on wet through, and
waiting something James Kincaid, who had been
fall ,leaving here late in Novemberand meet on the 19th. Bishop Weed vice-president, E. L. Adams, Atlanta; I definite sleep like a log." .. con-
to base its conduct on; fined to the house for nearly a weekas
passing the winter in California.It will preside over these important sessions second vice-president, Max Mayer,
Little Rock; treasurer, James Lasse- especially since I have implicit confi- the result of a sprained back the
understood that six automobile
is ter. Jacksonville. dence in the president, who, surrounded FISH DROWNS BOY latter part of last week, is able to be ,
owners have already signed for the On Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, Directors elected by the associationfor his Laurel, Del.-While fishing from
by advisors
in close touch :Mr. Kincaid
out again. came over
his five- ear-old
grandfather's '
trip and that six: others have an- missionary service of the council will the various states included:
Florida-T. E. with the situation and will, I believe Allen White was pulled overboard bya from Orlando the previous week with
nounced their intentions of becoming be conducted by Bishop Mann, of the Bryan Tampa; I
handle it in the I big catfish and drowned. When the
Lewis, Jacksonville; Harry Kahn, way that will best re- his wife and sons who had driven over
members of the party.-Glens Falls missionary jurisdiction of Southern Pensacola. I dound to the true, and, therefore, best lady's body was recovered the line to that city in their car.-Daytona

Post-Star. Florida. Georgia-Frank--- --Lanier- Americus; interests i I of the country." I I was fast fast to the around hook.his wrist and the fish J I Gazette-News.
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Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for 7500.00 per year, ,
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.
Quality RefinmentElectric "

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. -

Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year.
Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 :inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt.

Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling
Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage t
THE APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATIONIn $7,000.00Iake: us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County. ,

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

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

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a tone distinction
to :Mead: Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -
the occupants. Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.

We want a Bungaow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando. for Chicago
\ Income Property. _

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Aubrey Smith has gone to
Plant City on a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Robert Morgan.Mr. STATEMENT
B. J. Overstreet, one of the
well known citizens of Lockhart,spent .
t yesterday in Orlando looking after OF THE
matters of importance.
Mrs. Lillian Hall left yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line Peoples National BankAt
for Cuthbert, Ga., where she will
spend the summer with relatives.Mr. .
C. II. Hoffner, a well known the close of business May 1, 1915
Pine Castle citizen, was in the city
yesterday mingling with friends and
business associates.Mr. .
E. P. Thagard, of Tallahassee,
to the StateThe state bank examiner, is in Orlando on RESOURCESLoans
his annual tour of inspection. He is

registered at the San Juan hotel. and Discounts_____________________$406,153.07

rigid State Banking Laws of Florida Mr. R. E. Waterman, a well known Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73 .
Winter Garden citizen, mingled with
must be complied with to the letter or we Orlandoites yesterday. lie reportsthinrs Stocks -________________________________ 1,900.00)

lose our charter. Under their safe pro ange county in general as running in his section smoothly.Mrs. of.Or- U. S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

Medlin, of Jacksonville, and Other Bonds ____________________________ 13,536.06
visions the depositors' money goes largelyto Mr. J. E. Gibson, of Gainesville, were Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
in Orlando yesterday with an automobile -
the development of home industries. party seeing the sights of the Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,342
Beautiful.Mr. .
Loyalty to the State-and the advance City
W. II. Drew, a prominent Tam- 8971,272.24
ment of your own personal interests- pa contractor, was in Orlando yesterday -
on one of his annual business
with trips. While here he made his head- LIABILITIESCapital
should induce you to open an account
quarters at the San Juan ht>tel.

the Mrs. Jas. M. Johnston. one of Kis- _____________$ 50,000.00
simmee'es sterling citizens, and ....
young Surplus ______________ 12,500.00 ,
deputy clerk of the court for Osceola ------------------

State Bank of Orlando county, was in Orlando yesterday to Undivided Profits ----------______________ 9,529.04Dividends
attend to matters of importance.
Unpaid _____ __ 8.00
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Messrs.V. R. O'Neal, L. C.Ias-
sey and Judge T. P. Warlow are in Reserved for Taxes --- -_ _____________ 640.25

Jacksonville today in attendance upon Circulation __________ 21,000.00
the annual meeting of the Royal Arch -------------------

Masons.Mr. Deposits ____877,595.13
R. E. Wells was among those
I leaving yesterday for points in South $971,272.24
Florida where he will spend the next
two weeeks looking after business
matters requiring his personal atten- GROWTHMay

i- tion.Mrs.. of Memphis,
Tenn., is Coleman in Orlando Groves visiting Mrs. J. E. : 1, 1912 -___________$ 87,658.90

Groves, on South DeLaney street. :May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84 .
Mrs. Groves formerly resided in this
city and has many friends who are :May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80May

delighted to see her. 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00 .
Mr. F. E. Baxter, local representative -
of the Florida Good Homes com-
pany, with offices in the Watkins
block, left yesterday afternoon for
Lakeland to look after important business tt
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sauls and t
daughter, Miss Eva, were among
those leaving Orlando yesterday over
the Atlantic Coast Line for Wilmington 11111111'.III.tlllLti
Del., where they will remain until
Summer Cooking fall.Miss
Rose Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Shouldn't Cook White and Miss Annie Slocum passed
through Orlando yesterday in a large
touring car en route from Malbar on
the Cook the East Coast to St. Cloud and
thence to points in the southern part MAXWELL MOTOR CARS
of the state.
Getting dinner ready ___ _
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jernigan, who
in July! is jut; as comfortable have lived in Miami for the past three

as in November where years, they left will last make night their for home Orlando for Fully Equipped 750.00 f fA

-if you use a the next several months, returning to '
Miami late in the fall.-Miami Her-
and Mrs. F. B. Stoneman will
COOK STOVE. "Tire Turning Point in Oil Stove Hiitory" leave tonight for Jacksonville where good Car backed up by a
Mr. Stoneman goes to a meeting of
The hect goes into the FLORENCEOil the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch
cooking not into the Masons. He will return Thursday, good CompanySold
while Mrs. Stoneman will visit rela-
kitchen. It does your Cook Stoveswork tives there for a few days longer be-
fore going to Orlando for a ten days
work well and reliably, for the Lever" visit with her mother, Mrs. H. W.
- Greetham.W. .
and keeps com
you W. Yothers, prominent in the
fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan affairs of Orange county, arrived yes-
terday from Orlando and is a guest at .. .
a coal stove. the DeSoto. D. C. Warner and By .
A. J. Beck, both well known to Tam-
) You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot pans, were among last night's arrivals
,! at the Hillsboro. They came from i San Juan
or merely simmering flame. Orlando, where they live, and today Garage CompanyCHARACTER
I met many local friends.-Tampa
Come in and let us show you how these Florence Times.

Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No ORLANDO SOCIETY

Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once

started, each burner will keep going at the same (Continued from page 5))

power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY. : young couple will be at home to their .11111'11' IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIII"111111.,11. . . tll.I..
t friends after July 1, at 411 Palmer -----=-

SAFE avenue. Miss Wright is a social favorite I r.
and Mr. Hewitt is also very
I popular in social and business circles,
1 being associated with the Dickson-
; OSCAR HAND & SON Ives company.

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Mrs. Dora Davis, who has been _
coming to Orlando for the past twen-

ty-five years, left yesterday afternoonover "Success" is usually understood to mean
the Atlantic Coast Line for her .
.. iiililllllllllillMK summer home in Tilton, N. II., where financial success, and usually a Savings r r _;; : -

E she will spend the heated term. As Account is a real factor in its attainment. "-. .. ,, ..
usual Mrs. Davis made her home at
l ,
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES i Duke Hall. The Sentinel will keep There is another success-the building t ..
her posted the happenings in Or-
on of character-which is in large part due ., ; V .
f ft ange county during her absence. j
t t to the practice of regularly depositing in .a"I
fr I I
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcllvaine.. of Pt r I
r Whether It Is Brooch, Bar Pin, Tampa, arrived in Orlando Saturday a Savings Account. The denials required 1 ; R .

evening to spend Sunday and yesterday develop self reliance in every thrifty
t.: Pendant with Miss Willie Person, at the -f r
home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. person. -
, W. C. Person. Mrs. Mcllvaine has ..
or other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best i many friends in Orlando, having resided Let this institution help in your building R

value for ;your money by coming to us. here with her parents, Mr. and for the future through the medium of the r I I ;

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine, Mrs. C. G. Mcllvaine, at their home on '
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof Lucerne Circle. Savings Account.

merit. We excel: in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. T
low. We also offer you choice selections and Mr. J. L. Billingsley and his mother '
the best service. Mrs. Billingsley, arrived in Or- "Consultation incurs no obligation."
lando from Miami
yesterday after-
i it
We are organized to produce QUALITY and do it
we 'noon, having motored through. They
-the kind of quality that ,
guarantees satisfaction to the
wearer. 'were accompanied by Mrs. F. C. Bros- I
sier, who is stopping with her daughter -

I i The, Mrs.third J. H.of Reese.-a ()series- of subscription -I Orlaildo ll Bmk & Trllst t C Company

I dances will be given tomorrow
T. H. EVANSJEWELER 'evening at 8:30 at the Country Club. I

;;; These dances are proving very popu-

_. I'lar and are well-0I attended.- ORLANDO, FLORID

I 1IissIarjorie Davis left yesterday i
afternoon for Arcadia on a visit to E!
II l tllllll'lttJfllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'" her aunt, Mrs. A. E. Bennett. J

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