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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 19, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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} THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, :MAY 19, 1915. NUMBER: 83.

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: Y--READyHrO DECLARE- WAR TODAY !






DARDANELLES POLICY CAUSES A CRISIS



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AMBASSADORS ROME: YESTERDAY FROM AFTERNOON GERMANY -AND ASKED Al"STRLOtTIT FOR PASS sl S. GRIFFIN IS PRAISED MAY REMOVE WHITE BOYS' MASQUE BALL ON AVENUE TRANSYLVANIA V RACES


PORTS-AN IMPORTANT DECISION EXPECTED
Hotel Commissioner :Messer Is DEPT.ATJ1A1ACOMMITTEE Woodmen of World Will Hold FROM SUBMARINE
I SOON ITALIAN CABINET IN SESSION : .
Warm in Praise of ".OurSam's" I! :Masque! on Orange Avenue

FOR TWO HOURS Dead Beat PROBING REFORM Night July :5>>-Bond of CUNARDER STEERS ZIGZAG

Hoard Hill SCHOOL WILL Trustees LoweredThe I COURSE AND ELUDES

German-Americans Are Eager For A URGE CHANGE GERMAN SUB
k By C. F. JohnsonThe city council held its regular I

,. Sentinel Bureau, session yesterday and granted permission -
Peaceful SettlementMany Tallahassee, Fla., May 18. Orlando Publicity Bill Passed by to B. K. Behsari, deputy organizer (I Turks Frustrate Plot to BlowUp
Hotel Commissioner A. L. Messeris for the Woodmen of the
enthusiastic over the law just Senate Yesterday and Cer- World, to hold a masque ball on Orange I Sultan on His Birthday,

German-Americans Who Have Been Zealously Working for passed by the legislature protecting tified to House-Hill avenue between Church street While on Way to Services -
hotels, restaurants and boardinghouse and Central avenue the night of July I
Germany to Get Justice Now Turning Attention to a Course keepers against deadbeats, and is With GriffinBy 5. the date set for the convention of Mosque:
sending out a letter to the hotel men the order in Orlando. The W. of W.
Which Will Bring About a Conciliatory Answer of the state in which he gives full C. F. Johnson agreed to pay extra police who maybe Transylvania Races From Submarine
credit to the author of the bill, Repre- The Sentinel Bureau, pressed into service on account of Glasgow, Scotland.-A passengeron
From the German Government to the sentative Sam S. Griffin, of Orlando. Tallahassee, Fla., May 18. the; carnival. the Cunarder Transylvania, which
The state hotel commissioner says, The council instructed G. R. Ram York declaresa
United States' Note The committee of the house appointed reached here from New ,
=-',: after calling attention to the law, a to visit the Marianna reform sey, city engineer, to procure actual German submarine was sighted
copy of which goes with the letter: "I school returned this afternoon from a Trades on streets west of the railroadfor while the liner was proceeding for
BULLETIN: ROME, MAY GIORNALE DIfITALIAN wish to say that this law is the pro- trip to investigate that institution and the purpose of draining surplus Glasgow from Greenrock.The .
DECLARES AMBASSADORS BUELOW AND MACCHIO duction of Representative S. S. Griffinof will make their report tomorrow.It surface water at different points. Mr. Transylvania steered a zigzag
Orlando, Orange county, and as is understood that they will rec- Ramsey will make a report Friday.On course, and raced clear of danger.
ASKED FOR THEIR PASSPORTS AND WILL LEAVE ROME:
hotel commissioner for the motion Councilman Robertson
state of ommend the removal of the depart- a by While the submarine was in sight
TONIGHT. Florida, I know of no law that could ment for white boys to some other location it was ordered, providing the law the liner's small boats were swung
have been enacted that will be of that the bonds of the brick
more as the conditions under which permits, out in readiness for any emergency.
.,-( benefit and protection to the hotels, that and sewer bond trustees be lowered to
Deputy Also Leaves Rome they were living at place were
restaurants and houses than instead of
boarding $5,000 $15,000. Turks Frustrate Armenians
Paris (midnight) May 18.-A dispatch from Rome not satisfactory.
says a spe- this will be. Otherwise there is no apparent Paris.-Reports from Constantinopie
cial meeting of the cabinet was begun this evening, Italian time, "Allow me to suggest that you have grounds for charges to be made CONVOCATION GRAND CHAPTER confirm the discovery of a plot
and has been in session two hours. An important decision is ex- a sufficient number of copies made against the management of the insti- ROYAL ARCH ;MASONS ATJACKSONVILLE organized by Armenians and Turks
and have one posted in each room, including to the regime to assassinate -
pected as soon as this meeting ends. tution in connection with the fire, opposed new
lobbies, writing rooms, sampleroom which occurred at that place last year, the Sultan, Enver Pasha, Field
Baron Sonnino had a long conference with Ambassadors Von and in any conspicuous place. Marshal Von der Goltz and General
,', when several bovs lost their lives. Jacksonville, May 18.The sixty-
Buelow and De' Macchio this afternoon. Sonnino also had a con- "Then if any one jumps or fails to The Orlando publicit* bill passedthe ninth annual convocation of the grand iman von Sanders, telegraphs the
ference this evening with the French ambassador, and the Rou-. pay their bill you have a law to han- senate today and was certified to chapter Royal Arch Mascn- of the Journal's Athens correspondent.Two .
manian minister. dle them with, and a few trials will the house where it will rest with Mr. state of Florida opened in Jackson- Armenians, the Journal says,
convince such deadbeats that they will Griffin for final passage.YESTERIA1"S ville today at the Masonic temple, were to have blown up the Kara-Keui
The German conservative deputy, Erzberger, who went to Italy have to pay their board bills." with John M. Caldwell, of Jasper, bridge, connecting Stamboul and Ga-

presumably to use his influence with the pope in behalf of peace, RESULTS most excellent grand high priest, pre- lata, on the Sultan's birthday while
hurriedly quit Rome this afternoon. Officials attached to the Ger- DICKSON-IVES CO. HAVE INTER siding.At the ruler, accompanied by his com-
ESTIXGDVERTISEIE T National the evening session the annual manders, was crossing to attend a cer-
man and Austrian embassies also left Rome this afternoon.One League
New York 0, Chicago 1. reports of the grand officers were emony at the mosque of St. Sophia.
is said have been revealedby
The to
The Dickson-Ives Company has increased Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 0. read. plot
of Two Proposals Advocated its advertising space in the Boston 3, Pittsburgh 2. The important work of the second a son of Zograph Effendi, an Armenian -
Washington, May 18.-German-Americans, who for months Sentinel from two columns to one-half Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 5. day's session on Wednesday will be deputy of Constantinople.
past have been carrying on a campaign to influence the United page. Results from Sentinel adver- American League the election and installation of grand
tising has caused the company to Chicago 11, Philadelphia 6. officers of the grand chapter for the FULLER IS PROMOTED FROM
States government to a course which, according to their view, will ensuing the presentation of the
make this increase. However, the increase All others, cold weather. year; CHIEF CLERK
be just to Germany, now with equal zeal are endeavoring to per- would not have been justifiedif Federal League past grand priest's jewel; and the exemplification -

suade Germans of influence in the United States to convince the service and satisfaction had not Pittsburgh 0, Newark 8. of the degrees. Savannah, Ga.-E. M. North, as-
German government that the reply of Germany to Wilson's note been guaranteed to every purchaserand All others, cold weather. This convocation is significant inasmuch sistant general passenger agent of
patron of Orlando's most excel- South Atlantic: League as it marks the seventeenth the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, upon
should be conciliatory and appeal to the American sense of fair- lent department store. High grade Columbus 5, Savannah 0. consecutive year of service of Mar- his return to the city yesterday made
ness. merchandise, premier judgment in the Charleston 3-4, Albany 1-2. cus Endel as grand treasurer and the public the announcement of the pro-
They are doing all they can to persuade those whose opinions selection of goods, unexcelled service Jacksonville 5, Columbia 4. sixteenth consecutive year of serviceof motion of B. F. Fuller, at present his

carry weight with the German government that a reply along this and courtesy of employes, prompt at- Augusta 1, Macon 1; eleven innings, W. P. Webster, as grand secretaryof chief clerk, to traveling passenger
tention to details, the desire to please darkness. the grand chapter, Mr. Endel hav- agent with offices in the First National -
line will afford the very best basis for an understanding which will every customer and to fully maintainan Southern League ing been elected to his office in 1898, Bank building Montgomery, Ala.,
be to the best interest of Germany, as well as to the best interestof ever increasing high standard of Memphis 1, New Orleans 5. and Mr. Webster the following year, effective May 15.
th United States. They are putting forward two proposals general efficiency has made of the Nashville 4, Birmingham 5. 1899. Mr. Fuller will succeed F. C. West,
which think would Dickson-Ives Company "Orlando's Favorite Little Rock 1, Atlanta 5. These two periods of service are who is promoted to district passenger
they open up a way for a diplomatic agreement the of record in the grand
Shopping Place, a household Chattanooga 7, Mobile 2. two longest agent with offices at No. 829 Broad
between the two countries.The word in every section of Central Flor- chapter with but one exception, that street, Augusta. Mr. West succeedsT.

first proposal is that Germany agree to cease attacks on ida. In today's Sentinel, on page four, ATTENTION, BAPTISTSA of the late DeW. C. Dawkins, who B. Walker, who has resigned to
passenger ships of any and all belligerent nations well may be seen the Dickson-Ives adver- served for twenty consecutive yearsas accept service with the Peninsula and,
as as shipsof important meeting of the
very
from 1873 to 1891.
tisement featuring a special silk sale grand secretary, Occidental Steamship company.Mr. .
neutral nations carrying contraband church membership will be held at
provided the United that commences on Thursday. Grand Officers Fuller came to Sav-7jnan
States will agree that no passenger vessel leaving any port of o'clock.Baraca Hall Every this member evening and family at 7:30 is The present grand officers. of the secretary in Octob' 7t i909. He was as
the United States grand chapter are: chief Mr.
made clerk
explosives.The .
carry THE WEATHER urged to be present. Important mat- to North on July
second proposal is for Germany to call the attention of the ters are to come up and be discussed high M. priest E., John, Jasper.R. M.. Caldwell, grand 1, 1913. The new appointment is an-

United States to all violation of international law by the allies and Florida: Partly cloudy Wednes- prior to the dedication.E. E., Will C. Andreas, deputy other promotion. He will be succeeded -
here chief'clerk P. W. Reese
day. Thursday, showers. T, POULSON, Pastor. as by ,
to that will .
agree Germany cease violations which form the basisof grand high priest, Jacksonville.R. now secretary to General Passenger

the American complaint against her as soon as the allied nations E., William R. O'Neal, grand Agent T. C. White at Wilmington, N.

agree to cease the violations of which Germany complains, This Victim Of HighwaymanMust king., E.Orlando.R. D. B.. Palmer, grand scribe, C. the Mr. Savannah Reese was office formerly until employedin trans-

or as soon as the United States gives Germany assurance that the :Monticello.M. ferred to Wilmington. lie expects to

United States will compel a cessation of violations injurious to E., Marcus Endel, grand treas- reach here with his family Saturday.Mr. .
Germany.The Have Had Brain Fag! urer, Jacksonville.M. B. F. Fuller is the son of Mr. '
expectation is that the German note will deal with E., Wilber P. Webster, grand and Mrs T. II. Fuller, of Orlando, and
Jacksonville.M. .
every secretary,
is well known here
having
frequently
British violation of international law and the United States will be :: E., I. E. Webster, grand chap- visited his parents at their home, 307
politely asked by Germany what it has done or proposes to do Shortly before noon yesterday the | Sheriff Gordon and one of his depu- lain, Gainesville. East Pine street.PRESIDENT .
about such violations. sheriff's office was notified over the ties lost no time in getting to the E., Charles H. Ketchum, grand cap- ,
long distance from Taft that a man I' tain of the host Key West. s
This will be done for the purpose of forcing an expression by residing in the southern part of Or- scene of the reported hold-up. Therehe E., L. F. Blalock, grand principal WILSON REVIEWS '

the United States on British violations, the idea being that ensu- ange, near the county line, had been I was met by Sheriff Ingram, of sojourner Ocala. FLEET AS IT LEAVES )

ing discussion will have a tendency to create a more favorable held up by a negro highwayman. The I Osceola county, and s<:me of his depu- E., W. V. Carter, grand Royal Arch NEW YORK 1
,. report said that he was a farmer and ties, who had been notified in Kissim- captain, Port Orange.E. .
toward in the
opinion Germany United States than now exists by was engaged in plowing his field, I mee. After going over the ground ., S. May Walker, grand master New York, May 18.-While the
demonstrating that she is not without provocation. when the negro approached and II thoroughly and closely questioningthe third veil, Tallahassee.E. president reviewed the magnificent i
I nelled him at- the point of'a com-I. farmer, the officials reached the ., O. L. Taylor, grand master sec- procession of war ships from the deck
London, !May 18.-In the midst of a } unhitch his mules, aiiernfir."C going i II II. conclusion that they were on a wild- ond veil, Sanford.E. of his yacht, the :Mayflower, the vessels .
cabinet session a crisis amounting to 'LOlUD.VEGETABLES IX X. Y. through his pockets and rifling them ".pose chase, and that the "hold up" ., Chester DeRocher, grand master of the Atlantic fleet passed out to i
almost a political revolution suddenly New of their contents. lie then mounted i I I victimv: s evidently laboring under a first veil, Bradentown.E. sea here today, bound for important
developed in England. Florida York.-The beans general receipts of one of the animals, made the white :>, ivid hallucination, and there was ., John W. Capper, grand guard, maneuvers which culminate in a "war 1
According to J. L. Garvin, who also this week were of ordi- man lead the way to the roadside,and nothint else for them to do but chargeit Jacksonville. game." )
is probably the best informed political nary quality and selling at $1.50@3per after striking him over the head with to their experience account and return The president had spent the night
writer of the country: the cabinet basket for both green and wax, the gun. made off in a southerly direc- to their headquarters which theyat SECOND WEEK OF CIRCUIT aboard the Mayflower, following his
will be entirely reformed and a coali- but according to quality and condiion; tion for the tall timber. once proceeded to carry out. COURT reviews of the fleet yesterday. The !
tion cabinet; which will include the strictly fancy refugee beans wouldrcadih' Mayflower was anchored in the Hud-

principal Unionist leaders, will take i Cukes command a higher figure The spring term of the circuit court son. At nine o'clock this morning the j
its place. in have been coming very irregular Orlando Will Soon Have Modern for the seventh judicial circuit startedon Mayflower, Dolphin and the Yanktontrot
quality, and
bringing $2@ .50
The crisis was brought about by for its second week in this city Monday under way and proceeded: to a
fancy
I, and $1@1.50 for choice. point in the harbor near the Statue of 1
between Lord i
acute disagreement ] The morning.: The time of the court
Fisher, admiral of the fleet, and Win-i'i considerably receipts heavier of tomatoes have been Amusement Park Russells Point has been taken up with the trial of Liberty. Here they anchored.' )
ston Spencer Churchill first lord of.< until Friday totaling 80 cars the State versus Otha Wright, other- The harbor was filled with pleasure 1
morning and under these
the admiralty, in regard to the naval heavy and wise known as Otha Hicks, charged craft on board which were thousands 1
be in the Darda- j receipts unfavorable and -- of spectators. At nine-thirty o'clock
policy to pursued j with the murder of Will Hopkins 1
i stormy weather during the
early mar- the
fleet under From their
nelles campaign. I| keting hours of Thursday, a decline in These are busy and tempestuousdays The pavilion runs east, thence north near Oakland some time the first of got way.
London, May 19.-Four great battles I I the All the colored. anchorage along the Hudson river,
values at the Ivanhoe Amusement Park year. parties are
resulted, so that stock is mov- for 100 feet and back to shore, inclosing from off
are raging on the front for nearly !I'ling on"P.ussell's Point. The The delay was occasioned by the absence Seventy-ninth street to ,
slowly, fancy bringing $:!..';0@3, new manage- of considerable where Washington Point
miles extending almost in direct a pool space of they steamed at 10
200 a witness Alex-
I I and choice, $2.25@2.73.: ; : ; ment has a force of ten men at work an important ,
line from the neighborhood of I j Peppers are in active demand, converting the old picnic ground intoa the "shooters" from the chutes will ander Lasane, who was located yesterday yacht.knots speed past the presidential '
Kielce. past Jaroslau and Frzemysl I when of fancy especially modern, up to date and strictly high shoot. at work with a section gang
to Stryj, according to the German official receipts bringing $..5o@quality 3.i0., general Eggplants class amusement park, with shoot the West of the pavilion Manager Kent near Tampa. He was subpoenaed, Without a hitch the long line of
statement issued tonight. I are also selling at S2.50@3.50: chutes motor boating, bathing, dancing will install a moving picture machine and came up in the afternoon on the seventy-three warships passed the
The Austro-German forces have 2:43 train and the trial Mayflower, lines of flags: flying and
Ilarg'c. desirable fancy stock command- bowling, and an airdome theatrefor throwing the pictures on a screen near proceeded.
crossed the San at several points, after latter figure. movie fans. the water's edge. Seats will be placed officers and crews standing at atten-

severe fighting, and secured foot- I Manager Kent is sparing no moneyor between the machine and screen seat- MOPE THAN 300 SAIL ON TilE tion.
holds on the eastern bank between a SOUTH labor in giving the Orlando publican ing several hundred persons. The pic- ORDUNA
point just south of Jaroslau and the AMERICA WITH U. S. ON- amusement park that will be on a tures may also be viewed from the B.PTISTSXIJ THEIR ANNUAL
junction of the Wistok and the San, I GERMAN ISSUE par with anything in the South. The I lake as well as the shore side, :Mr.: New York.-More than three hun- CONVENTION IN HOUSTON,
north of Jarowslau.The Buenos old pavilion is being enlarged. The Kent dividing the titles on the pic- dred passengers were booked todayon TEXAS
+ Ayres.-La
Russians, driven back at this I Prenza expresses north half will be devoted to tures in such a manner as to be inter- the Cunarder Orduna, sailing today
point, are reported to be fleeing to to approval Germany.of It PresidentYilson's that note and bowling alleys will be dancif1g'l preted on either side. for Liverpool. A few were reg- Houston, Tex.-The Southern Bap-
the north and east. ciples set forth in says the if the prin- the south side. Opening ) Northwest of the pavilion picnic istered as from New York and two tist convention, at the final session of
Vienna claims 170,000 prisonerswere there will be note do not prevail east entrance may be obtained to the I grounds are being laid out. All underbrush from Chicago. It was reported that its seventieth annual meeting here today
captured in the last two weeks. that universal an end to neutralityand open air "board walk" running out is being carted away, elec- the Orduna had a large cargo of sup- created an educational commission -
Heavy contradictions concerning a war will follow. over the lake and covered with a roof I tric lights are being installed and the plies for the British government. pledged co-operation to the anti-
the German forces before Shavli, in "" for protection from the sun and rain. I park will soon be ready for the pub- saloon league of America and similar
Uindenber 's Baltic litteral drive, I BIG PLANT TO RESUME Under this and fanned by the cool j I lic. S2.000.00ft DAMAGE CAUSED BY organizations and adopted resolutions I
have availed them nothing, accordingto I fI \ breezes from Lake Ivanhoe picnickers 'I Catechis & Co. will do all the catering AIRMEN IN STRASSBURG deploring presence of'a papal leg-
a Petrograd dispatch, and the Ger- I Pittsburgh, May 18.-The plant of and lovers of recreation may sit and j and will serve everything from atee Washington and alleged "ef-
mans are now on the defensive. the American Locomotive company drink cool refreshing dishes prepared i i light- lunches to ice cream sodas. Geneva.-Information has been received forts of the Roman Catholic hierarchy
Heavy mists and rains have settledover I j here is being overhauled and plans are by D. C. Catechis, manager of the i The good ship "Ivanhoe" is being here that aviators of the allies to gain control of our government" "
the battlefields in Flanders and I[ being made for complete resumption Plaza Restaurant. At the same time I J reconstructed and will make trips have inflicted damages amounting to j

northern France, according to a I I of work. The plant has been prac- they may watch the moving pictures, i through the chain of three lakes every more than S2.000.000 to the tanneriesat We aim to ave and to hold" your ;
French report tonight and all activity ti?<--allv idle for two years.' About one the swimmers and the boys and girls ''! " K.I.,, u. '.. -.II.- t'u. t.'C"t; : ',. Iwiok. staItionery -
d there has been suspended. J i> thou,...J: men will 1 be af!ected. shooting the chutes. enjoy a boat ride of eight miles. material for the German army. and music store.



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DELIVER THE GOODS I IA NEW PACKING HOUSE!I a visit, and from there will go to I
:Richmond, Va., to attend the '
ConCed'I'I

Orlando Delivery and Messer erServiceHarleyDavidson I FOR APOPKA I I I. he erate Washington returns reunion home.city, and and Baltimore will before i| BULK


Capt. and Mrs. Brown expect to
MRS. MATTHEW HALE SUC-
leave this week for their summer
TruckFOR CU I FUNERAL LAST ?
home at lIarbleheadIass.., but will pRL

QUICK SERVICE SUNDAY return early next fall to occupy their
winter home here.
Will Send Its Entire '
Apopka

(I PHONE 444 Board; of Trade to Orlando HOPE ERS TO OF RELIEVE UNKNOWN TWO ARCTIC EXPLOR- Your Drug* Store

June 10-High School
t CONTINENT

Good and Bad Stores Exercises
t Cigar New York.-Two arctic relief expe-
Apopka, Fla. May 17.-M. T. An-
ditions will leave the United States
derson, of most wide awake
IIII'IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I'III'IIIIIIIIIIII one our this summer, bent on bringing back Every woman in the city is interested in Pure Drugs.
business young men, is now prepar-
explorers marooned in the frozen
ing to begin at once the erection ofa We keep that in mind when buying drugs.
polar regions.
modern, up to date packing houseon One is quite confident of success Full stocks of Drugs Medicines, Pharmaceuticals: of

i i ORLANDO ROOFINGAND tion one of the of his A. C.lots L.near and S.the A.intersec-L. rail- and not a desperate business, as such finest qualitThis store is always in position to fill your
work goes. It will seek to reach the
s roads. He has already received five party of Donald B. MacMillan\ now orders or the doctor's orders promptly and efficiently. 1

1 car loads of lumber and has same on believed to be at Etah, North Green- If ;you want the best and nothing but the best, the
SHEET METAL CO. the ground now ready for work. Thisis land, and reported safe in of
r another evidence of the growth of last year.The August best way to get it is to come: to this: store where you will

Apopka and Mr. Anderson has done second, a forlorn hope, will at- be sure to find the best.

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos } his full part in the advancement of tempt by aeroplane search of the ter- -...

t the town. rible northern seas to locate stout-

and Rubber Roofings The Grim Reaper visited the homeof hearted Vilhjalmer Stefansson, who a
:Matthew Hale, one of our most with
two
year ago companions
J Cornices, Skylights, Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings highly respected citizens, last Sunday marched straight north into the unknown StoreJ.
afternoon and claimed the wife and from the Canadian coast near City Drug
mother as its victim. Mrs. Hale has the mouth of the Mackenzie river.
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO been an invalid for some months, in

I' fact, she came here more than a year The want ad.'s the thing. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA
ago seeking relief, but the white .
plague had become seated in her lungs

and no relief other than death could DoctorsBuck
sever its hold. The sympathy of the
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entire community goes out toIr. iastci' & Bnindiige
Hale and his children and grandchildren .
t OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY who have thus been bereft of OSTEOPATHS

F OPPOSITE POST OFFICE the love and care of a kindly Christian -
Personal instruction under Dr. Still]
FRESH AND SALT MEATS companion and mother. Funeral at Kirksville, :Mo. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
services; conducted her
were
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. by pastor 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Rev. Geo. D. Reeves, at the Methodist -
if Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh church Monday morning, after National Bank. Phone 578.

and pure. which the remains were deposited in DIRECTORAND

t. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have the local cemetery to await the great EMBALMER 0

in the Meat .
everything Line. resurrection morn.Irs. Hale was a PHONE
646 .
i devout Christian woman and when she .

a wf H. : L Self & Co. realized that she could not recover For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

(. pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET join she became with her very Savior anxious and to Redeemer die and, FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- All calls answered Promptly Dayor

t -- where suffering never comes. She BARNARD & SON
Night. Hand Block.
left her family the assurance that she
; 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla.
was fully prepared to die and told
them not to mourn for her as she was 12-10-1m Orlando Florida.PHONE
I -
1llamrnond&Qore I, going to be with Jesus. What comfort .
it is to friends to know that their
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loved ones have made peace with God
Dr. S. S.
'I JonesI
before the final summons comes.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I The Apopka board of trade held a CHIROPRACTOR I

very interesting meeting last week,
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
REAl. VALUES LOW PRICES and among the many other matters; 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
discussed was the Dixie highway, anda 209. Intelligent people everywhereare I
COMPARE committee consisting of the entire, being restored to health by chiro-
,
: membership of the board was dele- practic adjustments, the new science 1
of removing the cause of disease. Examination -, The Orlando Meat MarketT.
r OUR FURNITUREWe gated to go to the Orlando meetingwhich free. 12-24-1mo :
I I will be held on June 10 and I
f help to boost for the interior route! A. YANCY Manager
provide the quality of furniture that has I long which will bring the Dixie highway

; been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the directly through Apopka. This seemsto Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
f standard of merit. If an article is "here :
0 it is
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "NVe ca ,'t good make be the much best route interested, and in our peopleare Colollulli l Hill Florida and Western Meats

:his. point! too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones to very come this securingit

r I of this Tmiiness? and that means much to any buyer. I Last Friday night way. marked the clos- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

.
ing of another successful school
; very : Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK year of the Apopka high school and You hear about Colonial -
,
diplomas of graduation were issued to r J Business 135 'P. O. BOX 226
PHONES
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. five students who had finished their Hills. t \ Residence \133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

work, as follows: Miss BarbaraO'Donne11
'
r. .J You read about Colonial ,,
i ._.- Miss Erma Corton, Mr.
Bernard Wilkins, Mr. Robert Chap- Hills. ,
i il man, and Mr. Harry Starbird. At the
ti You talk about Colo-
ii close of the program lIon. \V .R.

i SPRAYINGFor O'Neal presented the diplomas in avery nial Hills. I WILL MOVE TO 10 EAST CHURCH STREET
impressive talk to the graduating -
Sooner or later
White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In- class. The full program of the you That we may better serve the public, we have decided -

: secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites evening was as follows: will buy in Colonial to move up town. After Tuesday the 18th, we can

l infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur Music. Hills. Why not NOW! be found at 10 East Church St.Ve will have the most
Invocation, Rev. E. Lee Smith.
h Compound. l located feed store in town: .
chorus. centrally and conveniently
,
Song Greetings It will satis-
give
r These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan you
Salutatory, Bernard Wilkins. where we will be pleased to serve all customers old and
; be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely faction and
t insure clean trees and bright fruit. History: Town, School and Class,, profit. new, on the same terms as heretofore.THE .

i t Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing Erma Corton.
Music. PRODUCE CO.W. .
CO-OPERATIVE
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
Class Will, Barbara O'Donnell. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447
you will have no regrets at the end of the season. CARL DANK
Class Prophecy, RoberJ Chapman.


t J. SCHNARR & CO., Manufacturers Music.Junior Valedictory paper, ,Harry Inez Corton.Starbird. =-

t tn Music.

Orlando, FloridaEXCEPTIONAL Class address, Prof. H. Trusler..
Ice Crean1I
Song, The Call of Summer, chorus. Pure

Presentation of diplomas, Hon. W.
R. O'Neal.

Benediction. I
I,
When you want PURE ICE For 16
Apopka, Fla., May 17.-Miss Ruby Party
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
Wilson will spend her summer vaca-
don't believe that take Club"
OFFER tion visiting in Kansas City, Mo. She you we

has taught in the Apopka junior high the greatest care in its maneWe make our Ice Cream from Church SocialSchool 1
school for the past two years and has facture come up and watch us
tubercular tested cows. All
been elected for another year. make it. You will be Social
surprisedcans, moulds and
everythingused
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Bap- at the care every detail is given.
Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne tist church served ice cream, straw- used in the manufacture of our Lodge
kind want, time
berries and cake at the K. P. hall you any
with plenty of Foliage Monday afternoon from 3 to 9 o'clock.F. you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- PicnicOrder

E. Zepp has temporarily locatedat from a quart up. ized.

and Trees. Zellwood with his family where he You are cordially invited to
is doing contract work on a handsome Hands Pure
residence.Gen. inspect our factory at any

Price Geo. W. Tibbetts and wife will time. Ice Cream
$2000.00
leave on the 19th for Seattle, ',"ashwhere ,
they will spend several weeks
I' i visiting home folks, but assure us

that they will come back to Apopkaby HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

C. A. HOVEY September 1st and be ready to
boost for the healthiest town in the
t state.

Miss Estelle King, of Zellwood, was PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
the guest during commencement week

of her sister :Mrs. E. W. Fly. -


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p REGARDING DAVIS BILL AND IIIIIMIMItllMMMIMIIMIIIIIMMMMMMIMIIIIIiillllMMIIiMt

REAPPORTIONMENT OF

THE STATE CITRUS EXCHANGE,

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By C. F. Johnson
The Sentinel News Bureau, w
Tallahassee, Fla., May 17, 1915.!
One director of the Florida Exchange is elected annu-
The question being discussed over
the state as to the possibility of the ally by each SubExchange.Every .
interests opposed to the Davis bill
ha":.-; the act declared unconstitu- Sub-Exchange consists of three or more local THE BIG STORE

. tional: and in fact, all the acts since citrus growers' associtions, each of which is entitled to one
1897 declared null and void has
' brought out opinions of many learned delegate to the Sub-Exchange board.

lawyers on the subject. These representatives of the various local associationselect
Speaking of the provisions in the
constitution that direct that the state annually the directors who are the governing boardof '
shall be reapportioned every ten the Florida Citrus Exchange. The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices
years, beginning in 1887, Senator
Hudson says: "If all legislative ses- Every grower affiliated with the Exchange has an equal
sions since 1897 are illegal and the
acts passed in such session were declared voice in the selection of the officers of the organization
null and void, then any act to
therefor-local, county and state.
reapportion the state in 1917 would
likewise be unconstitutional.
"The argument that because the There could be no more thoroughly democratic organi-

I state was not reapportioned in 1897 zation than is the Florida Citrus Exchange. If you believe We are showing all the newest styles ; ;
every act passed since that time is unconstitutional -
resolves itself into a that the organization isa good thing, and would like to
case of 'reducto ad absurtum,'" con- in Ladies' Trimmed Hats for Summer jj
tinued the senator."Constitutional have a voice in its management, join a local association and

rr.. provisions are of help choose the directors.CITRUS .
two classes, mandatory and directory, wear. Charming new models just arriv- !
providing penalties for enforcing the

may mandatory be mandamused sections. by Lower the supreme courts ed. The variety is too comprehensive J:

court to force compliance with the
F EXCHANGE A
mandatory provisions. A directory
provision having no penalty attachedcan for description. All moderately priced. :
not be enforced.
.
"Taking the census every ten years
is a directory provision and when the
legislature failed to provide for the
taking of the census in 1897 the ques- pcJT.
tion of reapportionment was also
CORSET DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOOR
postponed. It may be stated that every -
member of the legislature has
taken an oath to abide by the provis- 1"e:
/ well-known makes which
ions of the constitution, and that pro- carry pro-
viding for the taking of the census ; i."ln .
vide graceful, natural figure lines. ,
1'
this year and reapportionment in 1917 /
are enumerated in the constitution as ;( ;r (
part of their directory duties, and for J ... u lBL'f I ( r\i 1;!:;\ .>,4s 1: As fits the corset so fits the gown. 3 f
that there is
reason every reason to
expect that such steps will be takento 1 : ) 12\\f\\ I
Message .4J'
session.carry out these propositions at this To the BusinessMen No. s 1 TIIOII'SOGLOVE- FITTING- CORSETS, .t
};
"But, if every act of the legislaturewere of OrlandoThe f tl $LUO to $2.00 \
declared irregular since 1897,
then the state would revert to a state prosperity of a city is in direct proportion to the local pride. ft t I '
of anarchy. There would be no one Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Sucha LaVICTORIA CORSETS
in town is a good place to live and do business in.
authority, and practically
every Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of $3.00 to $9.00 a
law in force
now would be nullified. ce
prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new,inviting
There
could be no law enforcement,
look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes .
as practically every public officer is : feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the CORny
acting under recent provisions of the direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the
statutes. I paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. MODART CORSETS MEMO SELF REDUCING CORSETS
"There is no reason for those who
would test the case on these groundsto Permits perfect ease in sitting or stand-

feel encouraged by the fact that Dutch Boy Atlantic White Leadmixed ing positions. Give healthful, physical, support.
one legislative body overlooked a directory -
duty imposed by the constitu- T $3.50 to $8.00 $2.00 to $5.00
tion. No court would ever rule to with Dutch Boy linseed oil is the paint of quality and always has been.
overthrow a state government on such Lasting and economicaL Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your
a contention," concluded the senator. dealer today.
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
Various
newspaper comments have
been made regarding the
reapportionment -
of the state, but the recent com- -- ------ Fetching Frocks forthe Summer WardrobeCrepe
ments were occasioned by a state-
ment that was given out to the effect
that the Davis bill would be tested on Meteor, Crepe de Chine Chiffon Taffeta and Poplins in the leading summer
the contention that because there NOW'S THE TIMEto shades, Battleship Gray, Belgian Blue, Reseda Green, Rose, Navy and Black, with the
were more members of the legislaturethan flaring skirts pleated skirts, high waist lines, and every late novelty. .
was provided for in the constitu- Also a beautiful showing of Wash Dresses of Voiles, Crepes and Lingeries In plainwhite
tion the acts were null and void. get ready for the rainy season. and fancy colors.Tailored .
Nothing has been heard of any fur- 'I PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH
ther steps taken to test the case, andit
FINLEY'S GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT Women of
is not thought that an effort will Suits ConspiciouslyClever
be made until October, when the Davis $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's
bill becomes effective.
StylesA

DRUGGISTS TO CLOSE AT NINE PioneerCORNER

wonderful diversity of models in all the wanted shades and leading styles.
We, the undersigned druggists of
Orlando,agree to close every night in COURT AND PINE STREETS
the week except Saturdays at nine Bathing Suits for EverybodyAmericans
o'clock, starting May 17, until Octo-
ber 1. N. J. Merck,V. W. Estes,J. L.
Dean, "City Drug Co," McElroy's taught the world how to bathe, and what fun we have at it. The rompson
Pharmacy, DeLaney & Abernethy :Sentinel Want Ads Get Results the beach are worth the years waiting for play time to get back again.
Drug Co., H. A. Smith. I Daintiness and the regard for one's health demand the wearing of their own Bathing -
I Suit-and into a bathing suit you'll hurry at the first moment.
;: \Ve are showing a beautiful line of all the latest styles of Bathing Suits for Ladies .
and Children at '

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$1.50 to $10.00'


Bathing Caps in all the latest novelties in rubber and cloth, .
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO.

,, 25c to $1.25Bathing j


WINTER GARDEN, FLA. Shoes priced at 50c. and 65c. j,



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Can supply your wants in every-


thing to eat and wear. New things


and good things always, Give us


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South Florida SentinelMORNING think it is a natural instructive W. S. Branch
judgment of the people of the United
AND WEEKLY States that they may express their The new Ford purchased by C. H.
V. ]K.f GLENN ... Editor power appropriately in an efficient Hoffner of Pine Castle, enabled the
I W r ESSINGTOX _ .B..i"... M n rirEntered navy, and their interest is partly, I entire Hoffner family to come to Or-

believe because that navy somehow is lando to church last Sabbath even-
at the paetoffire at Orlando. Florid -
*, u Second Class Mall Ma.tter. expected to express their character, ing. While the automobile undoubt- I
not within our own borders where its edly takes some people away from #
f' SUBSCRIPTION RATES character is understood but outsideour church it also allows many to go who

f. Daily, 1 Year ........................ 15.00 border, where it is hoped we may would otherwise find it impossible to

F Daily Daily Daily.: 6 3 1 Month Months Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: 2.6O 1-25.60 occasionally slight vision touch of what others America with stands some do so. -0- e

for. Following the lead of the New York

F Weekly. 1 Year :.:_:: .,......... 11.00 Herald in a hot headed editorial about
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Efficiency runs into every well con- the use of the hyphen in speaking of
ADVANCETO sidered detail of personnel and meth- "German-Americans" vs. American-
f od. Efficiency runs to the extent of Americans, the Tampa Tribune bursts
,. ADVERTISERS- : lifting the id,al of a service above out with the exclamation "Away with
Copy for display and all other hand-set every personal interest. the hyphen!" and intimates that thereis
advertising must be hand a in at the business no such article as a "German-
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. The interesting inspiring thing American" since the wreck of the Lu-

to the chances day before for publication.e.ntract advertising This role;applies it i. about America is that she asks nothing sitania. Bless you, my son, this is
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. for herself except what she has a just the time to exercise your neu- "BIG" SALEt
right to ask for humanity itself. We trality. Any one can be neutral when !
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued want no nation's property, we wish to there is nothing special to be neutral
. should notify the office in writing on question no nation's honor we wish to about. I I0
otherwise it will be
the date of expiration
continued at the regular subscription rates stand selfishly in the way of no nation -
until notice to atop is revived ; we want nothing that we can Some one who is evidently not the
Telephone Numb-r "..".,..".....,..,.... 24 not get by our own legitimate enter- "mubical editor" of the Tampa Tribune
prise and by the inspiration of our has the following in the Sunday
a WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 191;;. own example and standing for these edition. "The Mendelssohn Cluh of
things, it is not pretension on our Orlando is busy preparing to present Up to a Standard---Not Dov/n to PriceIt
p f part 'to say that we are privileged to the Victor Herbert opera 'Pinafore.' "
RECIPROCITY-A stand for what every nation would Alas, poor Gilbert and Sullivan how
f MUTUAL BENEFIT. wish to stand for, and speaking for soon you are forgotten. Victor Her- i.
"You scratch back and I'llf V
I % my those things which all humanity must bert was wearing pinafores when the
f s scratch yours" is a common expres- desire. famous opera was written. is fully recognized by all that we have established
sion. This term may be applied to a When I think of the flag which -oWe -

variety of circumstances and condi- those ships carry, the only touch of not that it will make
can see
t tions. of color about them the only thing thatmoves any particular difference whether it is a new standard of values, and our price supre-
Orlando is the capital Orange
as if it had a settled spirit in
r county. In Orange county there are it, in their solid structures, it seems called the "Dixie highway": or the is also
"Heart of Florida boulevard. All \ve fully acknowledged.
f {N a great number of prosperous cities to me that I see alternate stripes of macy
and communities. Orlando should bea need to do is to have a brick highwayfrom
parchment upon which are written the Jacksonville to Tampa via 1'a-
r" brother to the smaller towns.
big
right of liberty and justice, and latka Sanford, Orlando and Lakelandand
Orlando should assist them in
every stripes of blood spilled to vindicate the cars filled with people will Ta-cS SCLX S..A.LE
possible manner. those rights; and then in the corner .
travel over it by thousands. Event-
To advertise and boost Apopka,
a prediction of the blue serene into ually there will be such roads down
f Winter Garden, Oakland, Ocoee. Taft, which every nation may swim which both the East and West Which will DAYS
Pine Castle, Windermere, Winter stands for these great things. coasts as only last FOUR commencing THURSDAY,
well as through the central route, and
Zellwood
Park, Plymouth, Tangerine, *
Maitland, Conway, and a score of The strength of our poliwy is that whichever route offers the most at- will confirm still further this acknowledgement. This sale means
tractions will the
get most people.
smaller towns and communities, is we, who for the time being administerthe Each section build its roads four of SILK SELLING---and hitherto
helping and aiding Orlando in a proportionate 'I affairs of this nation, do not originate anyway and must all we need to own do is to busy days selling at a price -
like Whatever
benefits these towns manner.receive from Orlando's it her spirit, we attempt to em- organize and go to work.0 unapproachable by ourselves or any other store in Florida. "
body ; we attempt to realize it in
-
boosting and unselfish sup- action; we are dominated by it, do
* port this city shares in the "cutting' not dictate it. we We heartily agree with the Tampa \VE MEAN\ BUSINESS. AND WE MEAN\ TO GET BUSINESS.AND .
E of the melon." sIt Tribune that one strong argument in
j "You scratch my back and I'll is as startling as it is touching favor of Perry G. Wall for congressis OUR PRICE REDUCTIONS WILL DO IT.
scratch yours" is becoming more and to see how, whenever touch the fact that he is a business man
more evident as days pass. Apopka, touch you a and the law making bodies need a liberal -
principle the hearts of the
Pine Castle Winter Park and the other -' people of you the United States. sprinkling of that kind of mate- Every Piece of Silk in the Store Reduced.e

towns desire to see Orlando progress. rial. Lawyers are quite necessary as
Orlando's growth means pros- a prominent component part of congress -
perity for the little brothers of Or- When a crisis occurs in this country but they should not control it.
ange county's happy family. A united it is as if you put your hand on Like all other classes of individuals
county means a united people with the pulse of a dynamo; it is as if lawyers' minds run in grooves and SALE COMMENCES ON THURSDAYAnd
kindred views and like principles of things which you were in connection they look at things from their own

advancement.A dispatch. from Apopka indicates with nothing listen were to spiritually do with them bred., except You had if angle.man A who successful has run aggressive the gauntlet business of- continuing Friday Saturday, until Monday\ (the last day)

you truly to speak the things
that the entire personnel of the Apop- education through card index systems:
that
ka board of trade will attend the you hear. loose leaf ledgers modern advertising
meeting of the Central Florida High- These things now brood over the plans and other aids to greater efficiency SUMMER WEATHER IS SILK WEATHER accordingly.

way Association to be held in Orlando river. This spirit now moves with and has in his career come into
June 10. That is the proper spirit. the men who represent the nation in intimate personal contact with all
The Sentinel enjoys the distinctionof the navy, these things will move upon classes of people has necessarily I
having a fine suburban news ser- the waters in the maneuvers; no gathered a fund of valuable informa- These Prices Indicate Some of the Drastic Reductions \ \

vice. During the week our correspondents threat lifted against any man, againstany tion and experience that a lawyer nev- I
from Pine Castle, Conway, Winter nation, against any interest, but er knows about. The business of his
BLACK SILK PEAU DE SOlE (Lyons dyed- 36 inch Pure Silk PERU DE CYGNE
just a great solemn evidence that the ; |
Park, Windermere Taft life has been to placate men's differences
Apopka force of __ ____________Sale -96 ____
Winter Garden Oakland Maitland, America is the force of moral of opinion rather than to inflame Regular $1.35 $ Regular Price $1.00 -- --Sale Price .86

and several other towns have newsy principle, that there is not anything them. Regular $1.75; __________________Sale 1.36 36 inch BELDINGS PEAU-DU-CHESS
letters in the Daily Sentinel. These else that she loves and that there is __ ____________
Regular 1.85_ ___ Sale 1.46 Regular Price $1.00 ____ __Sale Price .86
collected letters from all parts of the not anything else for which she will --
contend. DR. DERNBURG'S BLACK SILK CHIFFON TAFFETAS, 36 inches
then in the
county are published 36 inch CHIFFON TAFFETASRegular
Weekly South Florida Sentinel.It o DEPARTURE.The Regular $1.00 __________________Sale .76
error at the root of Dr. Dern- Price $1.00 _______Sale Price .86
will repay you to read these let DONTS FOR TRAVELERSDon't burg's mission to this the Regular $1.25 __________________Sale .96
ters. tell of various country was 36 inch BELDINGS and SWISS TAFFETAS I
They improve- buy a lot of foreign labels assumption that American citizens Regular $1.35 __________________Sale 1.06
ments that are going on, of invest- ____ '
Regular Price $1.50 __ Sale Price 1.26
ments that are being made, of new from some American dealer and stick needed instruction from Berlin. Someof Regular $2.00 __________________Sale 1.56:

houses that are being constructed, of them on your grips and trunks this them seem to have welcomed it and Regular $2.50 __________________Sale 1.86 SHIRTINGS AND TUB SILKS ,
year. Nobody is going to Europe some have been misled by it, but there
agricultural progress and last but from this this BLACK SILK TAFFETA 36 inches- 32 and 36 inch j
country summer and never has been any real necessity for
not least, of many social and personal consequently the. deception will be such tutelage. Americans of German : Belding make, guaranteed for two seasons. Regular Price 59c. _____________Sale price .36 I

events.To read these items is to be con- easily detected. descent have not lacked spokesmen, Regular $1.50 _________-___Sale Price 1.26 Reegular Price 75c., 90c., $1.00__Sale

vinced of the healthy condition of Or- Don't give a prosy account of your and their spokesmen have not been FRENCH FAILLE FRANCAISE. 36 inches Price ____________________________ .19
trip upon your return. That's old deficient in Almost
ability
ink; count-the leading county of stuff and no one will listen to without exception or these courage.people have Lyons Dye Regular Price $1.25 _____-_Sale I'rice .86

state* pnd by following the letters Try blank verse, for a change, you.and spoken as Americans. Dr. Dernburghas Regular $2.25; ___________-Sale Price .$1.76 Regular Price $1.50________Sale I'rice 1.26
day 'oull.be convertedto
.from day to }the saying, "scratch you may get a hearing.Don't sjlvken as a representative of the BLACK SWISS DUCIIESSE, 36 inches 40 inch RADIUM SILKS .
: the truth ot complain about being seasick Kaiser and therein lay the mischief. Regular $1.00 __:..________Sale Price 76 1
Price _______Sale Price 1.56;
back and Ill scratch yours. because if do Regular $2.00
) you one will know X. Y. World.A .
ny every
-
Regular $1.75 ____________Sale Price 1.46
-o I you traveled on a small boat. The big o 40 inch CASCADEUCREI'E
ones roll but little and BLACK SWISS DUCIIESSE. inches
THE VALUEOF [quently seasickness very on board them conse-is sucker may be born every min- Regular $2.00 _____________Sale I'rice 1.56: Regular Price $1.75; ________Sale Price 1.26
VISION. infrequent. ute, but if this war keeps on they'llall
If Orlando is to continue its sweep' Very be needed. BLACK FRENCH MOIH AiIQCExn SI'OT AND SHOWER PROOF FOULARDS
ing progressive strides vision is necessary Don't say "There's no place like o MOIRE FRANCHISE 36 inches Our season's leader cut specially at
home" That's
return. what
upon your
Cities grow when their CIti- Be of $1.50, _____________Sale Price 1.16 75c. ___ Sale I'rice16
"go after things and get them." every one says. original, even if The reputation a hypocrite is Regular ---- -- -- --------

zens To accomplish these things vision, you have to slander the old home- never on speaking terms with his Regular $1.95 _____________Sale Price 1.16 CHENEY FOULARDSIn

foresight and preparedness are essential stead. character. BLACK COAT SATIN (Beldings: ) exclusive pattern lengths of 10 yards, no j ',
.
We read that Florida is to be divided 4. Regular $1.25 _____________Sale Price 1.06 two patterns or colors alike. Every one this

into two states. In the opinionof BLACK SWISS LOUISINE, 36 inches seasons productions Regular Price $10.00

many of the older residents .this Regular $1.50 _____________Sale Price 1.16 The pattern length of 10 yards Sale Price 6-86
proposition has been bobbing up and I
down as a ghost for the past thirty BLACK LIBERTY SATIN, 36 inches 27 inch RAJAH SILK, pure yarns

years. Others of the younger genera- Regular $1.25 _____________Sale Price ..96 Regular Price $1.00 ________Sale I'rice .:;6
tion believe division of the state is
a BLACK SILK SERGE 36 inches
36 inch CHINESE SHANTUNGS::

that surely there coming.will be It is no a division common of belief the Regular $1.50 ____________Sale Price $1.26 Regular Price 75c. _________Sale Price .:;6

state for many years, or until that BLACK JAPANESE IIABUTAI. 36 inches Regular Price $1.00--------Sale Price .76

time when the state becomes wealthier (Lyons dye waterproof) Regular Price $1.25 ________Sale Price .96

and more discard thickly all populated.Let thoughts. of a Regular $1.00 _____________Sale Price .76 36 inch CREPE CHINESE SHANTUNG

state division us as may or may not be- Regular $1.25________--____Sale Price96 Regular Price $1.50 _______Sale Price 1.16
!. come effective this year or in ten COLORED SILKS
years. The point is this: if a divisionof 36 inch ORIENTAL STRIPE GLISSADE SILKS
Silk CREPE DE CHINE
inch Pure
40
the state should occur what would Regular Price 85c. _______-Sale Price16
the located Regular Price $1.50 ________Sale Price 1.16
Orlando most
as centrally 36 inch JAPANESE POMPADOURS
city in one of the two states have to FOR RENT AND SALEThe 36 inch SILK POPLIN
Regular Price $1.25 ___ Sale Price .96
offer in making a fight for the --
cap- Regular Price $1.00 _____--Sale Price .76
ital At present Orlando has nothingto
offer.It I 40 inch SILK AND WOOL POPLIN 36 inch TAFFETA POMPADOURS

was a wise suggestion and at the Regular Price $1.25 _______Sale I'rice .96 Regular Price $2.25 ___----_Sale Price 1.16
same time an example of vision and Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America ; .

the foresight Orlando that Board prompted of Trade a member to pre-of Street. Lot 67V-_x332. House is modern and contains j I -.-

sent a motion to that hodin its seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and .
meeting Monday night that"a com- NOTICE .
mittee be appointed to represent Or- bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. SPECIAL !
lando in the matter of state division
should action be taken by the leg-
any :
islature now in session at Tallahassee. This sale should appeal to our out-of-town customers very

o strongly. We will gladly send samples of any silks requestedand


strikes According more women to statistics than men lightning each in addition pay all express charges en any purchases made.


attractive.yea"-probably because o they are more S. Y. WAY 1 OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT IS A BOON TO MANY, IS IT TO YOU?

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As a healer of domestic wounds a
jeweler beats a physician.
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A lean woman and a fat one always "Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place"

envy each other.
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p. m. and 6:30 p. in.Admission .

ON THE COCIAL CALENDAR I Miss Beulah McClure.St. 5 Cents
Jo".eph'scademy u
.Wednesday, May 19. First prize, $5.00 gold piece, Miss
Country Club subscription dance, 8:00: :Mabel: Lungren. "I""III'I"'IIIII" 1
S o'clock. Second prize, $2.50 gold piece, Mr. GRANDt TODAY'S PROGRAMMajestic. '
Twentieth Century Club, Sirs. S. A. Henry Brooks.
. Robinson hostess. Judges, Miss Pleasaunce Baker, "The Better Man." In
Unity Circle Mrs. Sherman will read graduate of Bryn; Mawr College, and wo parts. <
"The Story of a Leaf." Miss Mary Holt, a normal school Komic. "A Flurry in Art."
The Bachelor Girls at Country Club graduate. Amer. "The Certainty.:*
Miss Guilda Happersett hostess. TO-DAY Five cents to all. El II IIIQ

Thursday, May 20.
IMPORTANT MEETING OF EX- ------------ -
Pinafore, Orlando opera house even-
TERTAINMENT COMMITTEE
ing. Orlando is now to be subjected to <
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Frances Wood I BOARD TRADE TODAYJ. its first public "masque ball." It will
Thornton Park. Le a Treat sight to see Orange avenue j
GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0
Rosalind musicale, Rosalind Club D. Barnes chairman of the entertainment "ALIAS GREASED LIGHTENING. on the night of July 5 with hundredsof -
rooms. committee of the Boardof dancers promenading up and down :I We take deal of pride in
a great having our stock of jewelry
.
21. Trade, has called a meeting of his the business mart.OSTEOPATHY
Friday May k i. all that is not only newest and best but
Orlando schools complete year's work. committee for this afternoon at 3 represent that also is different -
.Sunday May 23. o'clock, at the city council chamber, A Mina Comedy. A Big Laugh."LOVE'S from the common run. Every; jewel loving woman should
Baccalaureate sermon for O. II. S. to make plans for entertaining the visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry andprecious
I graduates, Dr. Stagg, Presbyterian annual meeting of the Florida Citrus stones.
church. Exchange in Orlando, June 11. The y IBtn
Baccalaureate sermon for the senior executive committee of the board will SAVAGE HATE"A
class of the Cathedral school St. meet with the entertainment commit- DR. J. c. HOWELL k ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Luke's Cathedral 7:30 o'clock by tee.Chairman Lubin Drama. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ] n
Right Rev. Cameron ::Mann D. D. Barnes has received ad- Kifksville Graduate : sas.w
-0- vices from many sources to the effect Consultation Free I ri --..I.'I 0 JI-: 'I.CJI

r' EVAXS-RAMBO that the meeting at Orlando will Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
WEDDING LAST NIGHT. break all previous records for attend- "THE DANCER'S RUSE"A Hotel.

A pretty wedding occurred last ance, and that Orlando may expect at Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I
least four thousand visitors that Biograph Drama.
evening when Miss Edythe R. Rambo date. Preparations will be made on Orlando FLu STEP BY STEP
ac
was united in marriage to Mr. JamesM.
cordingly.The have we climbed in the paint business
.
Evans at the residence of the
bride's parents on East Amelia avenue exercises will be held at the T i* until now we are at the top. Hard
the Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the fair grounds there. and the dinner will be "THE GIRL WHO KEPTBOOKS" I 1 work, honest prices, fair dealing and
spread Special features of
Methodist church, officiating. Follow- tertainment will be provided to take en- LucerneTODAY pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
ing the Mr. and Mrs. Evans
ceremony place in the afternoon.The contributed to
our success. Every
left by automobile for a trip on the
East Coast. members of the entertainment An Edison Drama. article you purchase from us i is hacked

The maid of honor was Miss Mary committee besides Chairman Barnesare by our personal guarantee. Just
Messrs. W. R. O'Neal
Gray Rush,
Allen, who was prettily attired in
a name wants and leave the rest
S. A. Johnson, Lester Beeman, N. P. your
of yellow brocade and de .. 'OUSEPq
gown crepe
chine and carried a bouquet of pink Yowell W. M. Glenn DeWitt :Miller: FOUR GOOD PICTURES: to us.
G. R. and B.
Ramsey R. Brossier.
and ;yellow roses. The groomsmanwas I N Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
an uncle of the bride Mr. A. L.
.
Bentley. The flower girl was little PROFESSOR FRANCKE IMPLORES "THE WRONG GIRL"A
5 cents 10 cents 205 S. Orange AvenueS
Miss Rilla Rambo a sister of the GUIDANCE FOR GERMANY
bride, who wore a pretty white dress Vitagraph Comedy completein
with a yellow sash. Mr. David Rambo Cambrid \Iass.-Professor:: Kuno COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

and Mr. David Bentley acted as escorts Francke, of Harvard's department of Tomorrow-Clara Kimball i in two parts. -
to the
wedding party. German languages and literature, has
The bride was charming in a beau written a war poem which has been Young in "Lola."
tiful gown of crepe media and pearls translated into English by Mrs. Kath-
with veil and orange blossoms. The erine Royce, wife of Prof. Josiah "THE FURNACE MAN"A
veil belonged to the bride's aunt, Mrs Royce another member of the Harvard
Bentley, and has been worn at three faculty. The follows]] Lubin Comedy.
poem :
family weddings.To WRIGHT SEED COMPANYIce
+ the accompaniment of Mendels- Is this the end of Europe? Then, 0
sohn's wedding march, played by :Mr.: God
Frank Allen violinist, and Miss Alice In mercy save the spirit of my folk "SCARS"A
Allen pianist, the contracting parties From the dead night that overwhelmsthe
took their respective places and the world. Selig Drama.A Ice Ice
ceremony was then performed. Preceding Forth from the rage and wrath of
the marriage Miss Eliza former days

Wright, accompanied on the piano by Lead it, renewed enlightened,purified, Eggs Butter Milk
Miss Alice Allen SPLENDID
rendered two beautiful Until its radiance lights the future BILL
solos.
The color scheme was white and And the times I ;
Heaven
new and Earth shall]1
yellow and the decorations were very dawn at last. s
tasteful and J elaborate. Delightful refreshments Soul of my folk, thou canst not turn ROOf GARDEN ,
fruit were served consisting of to dust.LEAVE FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
punch, a salad course ices,

cakes parlors, coffee were and thronged nuts. with The spacious a large FOR CHATTANOOGA TO BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results 1
DAY
company of personal friends who
wished the young happy couple "bon M. O. Overstreet, chairman of the
voyage" through life. The presentswere Board of County Commissioners and
numerous and very beautiful. Messrs. J. N. Bradshaw and M. :M.: -
-0- Smith representatives of the Orlando' "THE WAR OF THE WILD"
ORLANDO SUNDAY SCHOOL Board of Trade, left Orlando yester
PICNIC AT DAYTONA.A day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast A thrilling jungle feature in 2 I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL'
committee from the three Sun Line for Chattanooga, Tenn.. to at II I
day schools, Presbyterian, Methodist, tend the meeting of the Dixie High parts.
and Baptist, has decided to have a pie- way Association. There were several
nic at Daytona. Round trip tickets, representatives on the train from Established 1886
$1 for adults and 50 cents for chit points in the southern part of the
dren. Date either June 17 or the fol state en route to Chattanooga. J. P. "NATURE'S TRIUMPH"
lowing Thursday, positive notice to be Holbrook, representing the Central
given in a day or two. Train to leave Florida Highway Association left for A Drama.
A. C. L. depot at seven o'clock sharp. Chattanooga early yesterday morn CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
This will be the first picnic of the kind in}:!'. It is expected that W. R. O'Neal
in ;years, and doubtless five or six: will also join the delegation at Chattanooga. -
hundred persons will go. The committee "LKO COMEDY
is composed of Supt. S. A.
Newell, Messrs. Tichenor and Allen, DR. CIIAS. S. COOPER Featuring Billie Ritchie. Nuff LOANS
of the Baptist; Supt. W. R. O'Neal,
and Sidney Ives Jr., of the
Presby: Dr. Chas. S. Sed.
Cooper, aged 72 ,
terian; and Supt. Howard, of the years
Jlethodist. died at the Florida Sanitarium at Formosa REAL ESTATE RENTALS
early :yesterday morning, as a
-- result of a complication of diseasesand
PEACE SOCIETY general senility. Dr. Cooper was A Ladies' beautiful Dress Pattern -
AWARDS PRIZES. one of the well known residents of
The Orlando Peace Society awarded St. Cloud and had a large circle of given away free at nine
prizes for peace essays in the Orlando close friends and acquaintances. T
schools as follows: remains hey
were prepared for burial o'clock.
High School Undertaker Hand, and accompanied
Senior class, prize $2.50 gold piece Mrs. '
by Grace Cooper, were taken ,
:Miss Annie Crux. yesterday afternoon to his old home For Sale
Junior class, prize $2J50 gold piece, for interment.

10 cents 5 cents

Keep Beautifuli House eight rooms. Lot 65/x167. Price

We Have the L
Admission Free until 6.30 .
:Requisites- \ p.m. $4500.00. A bargain.


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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 I{, incorporating- the town. 5-7-hv

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

with beautiful fron-
136
acres

tage on two lakes. Knock Out For One Day RATES_____-_______25t ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ___-_______50c for commencement. Miss Kate =
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________73c: Ronson, Colonial Drive. 5-13rl2t:
For One Month ___________$2. 0 (;
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- i
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 I
$20.00 per acre. each additional word for each in- THE SAN JUAN Quick Lunch I
.
See E. B. Bradley Quick. sertion.If the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to morning will open, May 6 17 o'clock, for the Monday sum I IS
GAS THE FUEL Of NO DISAPPOINTMENTS
p counts payable opened the following by telephone day.will be mer. Popular prices. 5-16-3t


: I Every Home-Every Business RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB t
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad.
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
Wttkins Block PHONE 104 work and neatly
FOR SALE guaranteed -
done. Our work is the best
FOR SALE and our prices are the lowest. .
FOR 90 DAYSYou 200 egg hot water Reliable incubator This is the place to have your ,
patented egg turning tray without old clothes made new. You can be sure you will never be disappointed by
removing from incubator
eggs ;
can buy foundation good as new. $10. Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit your. oven failing to do its share if you. use a GAS
stone building blocks, side- 100 chick outdoor brooder. $5. dry cleaned pressed___GOc. RANGE. A gas oven. is always under your control it

walk tile, or anything in my 1 2,000 and 2 orange years old and, budded grapefruit and trees seed-, Suit pressed _____________40c. may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of
around
line at reduced. Call
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
lings. lOc. and 50c. each.D. bread into Gas Oven know it will out
goes your you come
and let me"surprise :you on N. Batchelor Winter Park, Fla. pressed ____________50c
prices. 5163t.FOR Mohair suits pressed ______25c. just right.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus AND TOO it is economical. Turn it on when you. need
F. D. GORE SALE-Five! room cottage; good
location; only $850. Cooper & Atha. a trial and be convinced. it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust sootor
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. -16-3tc Clothes called for and delivered. ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.

Nothing charged at these priccs.OSTEOPATH. FOR SALE-Hupmobile roadster Phone 613. You will be interested in knowing all the improve-

fully equipped "Prest-o'-Lite" tank, -- --- ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic
I demountable rims, extra tires, seat
covers, etc. A bargain. Act quickly. I lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man
Ford Garage. 5-16-3tc Orlando Wood Yard to explain.ORLANDO.

FOR SALE-One Ford auto in good
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 SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
I Phone 419.Toasted. FOR SALE-At a bargain beautiful all times. .r
Turkish rug 10x14. Phone Ross-
t more Inn, No. 1019. 5.16-3tc .

FOR SALE-Chalmers touring car, B. KINGSLEY
Rice FlakesThe fully equipped, first class condition; WATER & LIGHT CO
bargain. Inquire 32 West Church.
Phone 422. PHONE 344
choicest of Cereals and

just the article for breakfast FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, GAS DEPARTMENTService
during the summer months. 5 passenger in good condition; extra -
equipment; extra tire; exceptional
value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.


SmashThe 5-8-1moc FOR SALEA DON'T WORRY
Grape clean nice cash business for a
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
most delicious hot small cash payment, balance to suit J
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
weather drink.Comb. 4-9-tf
If you are disappointed (,
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story about getting a new Eas
cottage seven rooms and bath
ter Suit,we can put
Honeymade modern excellent conveniences condition. ,W.roomy L. Tilden.porches!: old one in good condi-your will Service will'

2-23-tf -- tion for just such occas Start Pure S Sprater\ r L Start

from the orange blossoms. FOR RENT ions. May 10th May 10 thIn

FOR RENT-A large, well furnished
1 front bed room. Can be fitted up for
light housekeeping. 405 East Pine ..ORLANDO STEAM UIINDRY..
street. 5-16-3t
t CARUTHERS & GORE Dry Cleaning all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
FOR RENT-If looking for a choice
furnished house, for small family, Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands

[ New Modern C Grocery f for occupancy: summer; address; low rental Fred ;B.immediate Dale' 306 Pressing and Repairing service in this line and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER dally to .

y 5-15-61 Anderson street, Orlando Fla. the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or- .

Phone 200 lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
TO RENT for July and August, a two
room apartment with kitchenetteand Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
l 6 and 8 East Pine St. bath room, in Boston Massachusetts -
Free of Charge.
next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent COOLER ;

t for Fisher the, two 500 months Boylston$50.street Emily Boston Curtis, and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per

Mass. 5-12-6tc

f FOR RENT-Five room house, No. 9 I Floral Designs gallon.No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.ANALYSIS.
West Robinson avenue; $15.00 per
$2.ooTAMPA month. Apply A. L. Beck Lumber
Company. 5-14-6tc

t' FOR RENT-Cottage, for the summer :
t or by the year cheap. T. A.

Yancey. 3-28-tfc Jiolet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.

BUYERS AND SELLERSI Rollins College, Florida. ..

buy, sell rent, and exchange real Winter Park, Florida April 19, 1915H.
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.
over 30 years. Have handled over B. CONEY ESQ., Orlando Florida.
; and $20,000,000. Call and see me. J. M. CARUTHERS.Phone Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. brought to me last week and have obtained the following results:
509. 408 South Lake St.
RETURNMONDAY WANTED SPRING WATERCOLOR


WANTED POSITION-A young man _________________________________Clean .
MAY department having fifteen stores years desires experience position in Under New Management REACTION ___________________________Neutral
1Ot where ability and merit would war- FREE AMONIAALBUMINOLD __________________________Xone-
rant advancement. Best references. AMMONIA _________________Xone.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 428tfTO Smyth HouseCorner CHLORIDE ______________________--_-__6 parts per 1,000,000-0,35 grains per gallon. 1
Tickets good on allj] ECHANGE-For house and lot TOTAL SOLIDS _8 parts per 10000000.46 grains per gallon. ,
Regular Trains in Orlando, 'lake front, 1 mile from Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES -Trace \

railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 One Block from Court House HARDNESS _38 Parts Per 10000002.217 grains per gallon.
set to budded trees two
Final Limit 13thVIA 3
May years ago;
acres unimproved; extra good land. ', The results' of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free ammonia -
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc FURNISHED ROOMS AND albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.of .
BOARD
I the body.
LOST-One bicycle wheel, between Rates by Day or Week. Summer
ammonia the spring water and its small
The absence of both free and albuminoid in very
Oakland and
Ocoee. Reward. Please Rates Now On.
Atlantic Coast Line return to Morton Jones & Son, bus amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
line. 5-13-tf MRS. J. II. McCAMY quality.A .
A '\ desirable feature ol tms spring Q..cC is its softness containing less than onefourthof
Standard Railroad of the South LOST-Key ring with four keys. Re- the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region and
h'\ ward.turn to this office and receive re just about enough as many authorities think, for supplying the 'lime and magnesia requirementsof
5-13-tf
the body. Yours respectfully

f --- CLINT BASS (Signed) THOC; ... D KER. ,

LOST-Knight Templar charm with
my name on same. Reward. J. N. PHONE 375 I
Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc West Jefferson Street

Successor; ; to ELDER SPRING'WATER CO.

MONEY TO LOAN on good security..
5 :DR. L H. RAMSDELi Wm. Martin County Judge. Hand Wood CompanyWood
5-18-3t LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
OPTOMETRIST

WE ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDA LENSES Umbrellas recovered and repaired PROMPT of SERVICE All Kinds i W. W./Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 I!

AND DO ALL KINDS OF J"while you wait," at Young's Repair REASONABLE PRICES I
OPTICAL REPAIRING Shop. 21 E.:: Pine St. 2-4-lyre I:

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The new management of Ivanhoe Amusement Park, The Attractions Are Auto service will run on schedule at a charge of lOc.

otherwise known as Russell's Point wishing to give this each way for adults, children under 12, 5c. Xo charge; for

Park a more attractive name, has decided to pay TEX McINTOSH ORCHESTRA children under 5 not occupying seats.

DOLLORS IN GOLD, to the resident of Orange County, 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 338, Orlando,
this park. The selection will be made by three judges. The MOTOR BOAT TRIP AROUND LAKE
not later than Friday noon, May 21st, 1915.
winner's name will be announced and the prize awarded (45 minute trip.)
;
Saturday evening, May 22nd, at 8.30 p.m. at the above men- FREE MOVING PICTURES WIN' THIS TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE:

tioned park. RESTAURANT AND REFRESHMENT: STAND
FOR YOURSELFSaturday
The public should keep in mind that this park will open Strictly Up-to-Date.

v ctf Saturday morning, May 22, 1915, at 10 a.m., and will PICNIC GROUNDS
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
the Park. Bring the children and picnic on the grounds.

week. SOON BE ADDED. Strict order will be maintained.Children .








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ACCOUNTING SYSTEM FOR system is substituted for the sale WAR HAS HELPED TilE COTTON and in foreign countries. Canada has GREAT TRAFFIC THROUGH TilE I road during the previous year. The
I I
FRUIT ASSOCIATIONS I book as being more flexible. In these MEN i(used more than 7,000 tons of cotton- CANAL Panama railroad was supposed to

envelopes all records and papers are I i I i seed meal during the past season, have the heaviest traffic per mile of
Washington, D. C.-Copies of the Birmingham, Ala.-Material improvement -while only a few it
was entirely -
held from the time the fruit is received :I years ago Washington, D. C.Kecoi d-break- all the railroads of the world, it was
in all lines of business di-
forms in a new < unknown there.
accounting necessary the Panama
until payment is made by the rectly connected with the manufacture -!i I I ing cargoes passing through said. The average loading of cargo
system accounting for cooperativefruit canal in March, according to war
person to whom a car load of fruit is of cotton seed products, as a result j I I SIX THOUSAND ARMENIANS ARE statisticians would have carrying vessels through the canal in
associations be obtained department
now
can shipped. There is thus one envelopefor of the war in Europe, was described -!|I .MASSACRED IX VAX filled approximately 1,800 freight March was 5,040 tons.
' from the U. S. department of agri- by C. L. Ives of Newbern, N. I London,
I May 17.-Six thousand Armenians -
each car load shipment. After the ,trains\ of twenty cars each. These
culture. This has been workedout C., president of the Interstate Cotton- have *. '
been
system massacred in Van, FORMER VICE-PRESIDENT L. I
car has been paid for, the difference I trains, it is estimated would have to-
by the department to meet the seed Crushers' Association, in his an- (Armenia, Asiatic Turkey, according
I talled 275 miles in length, or filled MORTON REACIIES AGE
needs of the smaller organizationswhich i between the amount received and the nual address to the convention of that Ito a dispatch received in official quarters '
I five parallel tracks from Panama to OF NINETY-ONE
handle fruit nad produce, on a various charges connected with the organization here today. i in London today from the Rus- Colon.
commission basis. There are several shipment constitutes the balance due "The beginning of the season," he 'sian consul at Urumiah, Persia.
Had this been
I freight transportedacross Washington, D. C.-Former Vice-
hundred of such co-operative organi- to the grower. said, "found us with the export demand This message is dated May 15. It the isthmus in freight trains it
zations in the United States at pres- Those who desire further informa- for our products entirely cut ![adds that the Armenians are defending would have required a train every for- President Levi P. Morton still was receiving -
ent and new ones are continually be- tion on this subject are requested to because of war conditions, and our I themselves to the utmost against I ty-eight minutes, or fifty-eight trainsa congratulations today on the
ing formed. Many of these, however, apply to the department, which ability to buy seed very limited,lthe I Turks and Kurds arrayed against day. occasion of his ninety-first birthday
are short lived, and their failure can through its office of markets is en- through stringency in the money mar- them, but that help is urgently need- The cargoes handled in March anniversary which he celebrated Sun-
be traced in many cases to a faulty deavoring to assist in every possible ket. The prospects were dark and ed.
through the canal aggregated 635,058 day. Despite his years, Mr. Morton
system of accounting. In the new way co-operative associations in solv- gloomy. Through the united effortsof
tons. This almost equals 99 per cent. takes an active interest in public af-
system described by the department ing their various accounting prob- the publicity bureau and the gen- SCHOOL CLOSES AT WIXTER
of the hauled ,
through freight over fairs reading the papers closely.
of agriculture in bulletin No. 225, "A lems. eral membership of the association, PARK
the Panama railroad during the fiscal Twice a day he is driven through the
System of Accounting for Cooperative cottonseed products have been intro- I The schools at Winter
Park will
year ending last June, and 40,000 tons city parks. :\Morton's health and
Fruit Associations," an envelope Get the news in the Sentinel first. duced into new markets, both at home I close Thursday. I
more than the freight handled by the appetite are said to be excellent.
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MCH\ A fOR RfMINGTON CREATIONS T -Some FineEEAL



ESTATE OFFERINGS

Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience


of Operation



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RemiiHon
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Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year, i iPrIce
$75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida. .
Refinment
Quality y J 'jj j


14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000. i
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property. 1

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic- .

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


Price, $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 i
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage ,

THE[ APPEARANCE THAT COMPELS ADMIRATION $7,000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County. J .j


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In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats, i
rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00. Mortgage $11,500.00. Want good .
J property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00. 1
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We have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort ;
: of distinction
L ':. a tone 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. l

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We want a Bungaiow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago I

Income Property.WARING. "

: The power that com- f

a mands
respect.

REALTY COMPANYR. I

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


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

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

Or PINE CASTLE REALTY COMPANYPine I Il'


FLORIDA REMINGTON MOTOR CO.R. Castle, Fla. !I I"t


D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any'exchange youjwish welcanimatchwhat; : !you have ;




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Mrs. W. E. Martin is spending the
week Winter Garden with her sis-
STATEMENTOF
ter, Mrs. W. L. Story.


Mrs. Chas. McDowell left yesterday THE
afternoon for Tampa on a visit to
a Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Mitchell.Mr. .

.. Peoples National Bank
J. F. Anpe, one of the success-
ful contractors and builders of Orlando -
is spending today in Jacksonvilleon
business. At the close of business May 1, 1915 .

Mrs. J. P. Austin who has spent
I some time in Orlando, departed yesterday -
afternoon for her home in
I Loyalty to the State Whitehalllich.. RESOURCESLoans

Mr. T. W. Hansell, assistant super- and Discounts_____________________$406,153.07

. The rigid State Banking Laws of Florida with intendent headquarters of the Atlantic in Sanford Coast, was Line in, Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73

must be complied with to the letter or we Orlando ;yesterday for while.. Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

lose our charter. Under their safe pro- Mr. and Mrs. J. Magryder, Jr., S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

are expected home today from the Other Bonds __________________________ 13,556.06Real
East Coast where they have been visiting -
visions the depositors' money goes largelyto Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daetwyler.Mrs. Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.3

the development of home industries.Loyalty' Cash and in Banks _____________________ 431,342.24 ,
R. P. :Miles who has been visiting -
points in Xew York state, spent
to the State-and the advance-
several days in Orlando this week, en 971272.24
route to her home in St. Petersburg.Rev. .
ment of your own personal interests-

Smith Hardin, presiding; elder LIABILITIES
should induce you to open an account with of the Methodist church south, left b.;.. .

the yesterday for Moore's Station, near Capital _________________________________$ 50,000.00
Sanford, where he will hold quarterly
conference.Mrs. Surplus _-:______________________________ 12,500.00
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of Orlando Undivided Profits ________________________ 9,529.04
State Bank II. F. Douglass and daughter,
Miss Catherine, left yesterday after- Dividends Unpaid ______________________ 8.00

noon for Santa Cruz, Cal., where they Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ 640.25
expect to make their home for some
Y time. Circulation ____________________________ 21,000.00

Deposits ________________________________877,595.13
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Norcross, of
Willard, Pa., arrived in Orlando from '
points in the southern part of the $971,272.24
state. They will remain in this sec-
tion until the last of the month.
GROWTH

C4 j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chandler and ..", .

Miss Thelma Yelvington daughter of May 1, 1912____________$ 87,658.90
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Yelvington, left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic :May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84

Coast Line for Saluda, N. C., where ; May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80
will the summer.
they pass .
.'f' May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00MAXWELL
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Goodwill and
Mrs. D. Sheldon, winter residents of
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I trains Tuesday: leaving in the after-
noon for their summer homes in Ash- .
tabula and Kingsville, Ohio.

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Mrs. Lyda Hodge, of Garland street,
left Tuesday afternoon for Ashtabula -
Ohio, where she will spend the IIIIIMMMMMMP iMiiMititiiiiitim
summer with her sister, Mrs. O. N.
Goodwill, formerly a winter residentof
. .. Summer Cooking this city, but now of Pine Castle.

Shouldn't Cook Mrs. Bertha Douglass Sorrell, of
Macon, Ga., who has been the guestof
her brother, lion. E. A. Douglass,
the Cook left yesterday for Orlando where she MOTOR CARS
will visit several weeks ere returningto
dinner her Georgia home.-Sanford Her-
Getting ready ald.

in July is just as com- .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Welch and
fortable as in November j, daughter, of Palatka, arrived in Or- Fully Equipped $750.00A
if lando last evening in their touring car
you use a and are registered at the San Jpan
FLORENCE OIL 1-1 hotel. Mr. Welch is a prominent
banker in the Gem will
City. They
., COOK STOVE. "The Turning Point In Oil Stove History** leave today for Tampa.Mr. good Car backed up by a

The heat goes into the T. M. Fuller son of Mr. and
FLORENCEOil Mrs. T. I{. Fuller, who has been vis- good Company
cooking, not into the. iting his parents at 307 East Pine '

kitchen. It does Cook Stoveswork street left yesterday afternoon for ;
your Birmingham Ala., where he will visit I
his brother, and then to Boston, ,
well and reliably, go .
"Look for the lever"and
Mass., to rejoin the battleship New
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keeps you com Jersey.Mr. .

fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan and Mrs. Wm. Walley who .

a coal stove. have been residents of this city for I Sold By
some time, departed yesterday over I

You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor home the Atlantic in West Coast Baden,Line Ind., for with their the "

merely simmering flame. avowed fall and intention remaining of throughout returning next the San Juan Garage Company;

Come in and let us show you how these Florence winter.

Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No Mr. C. C. Hall, one of the repre-
sentative citizens of Pine Castle, was
Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once in Orlando yesterday transacting bus-
iness and friends. Mr. and
started, each burner will keep going at the same Mrs. Hall expect greeting to leave Florida the 1111111111111111111111111'11111111111"1"1'1".11111111"111"rr
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until turn it out.PERFECTLY. first of the week to spend the summerat
power you their old home, Westmoreland, .a
New Hampshire. j
SAFEf
Mr. S. G. Fletcher has departed for
Atlantic City, N. J., greatly benefited
in health after a sojourn in this city
f OSCAR HAND & SON of several months. He will remain .
there for a couple of months and then
go to Lansing, Mich., where he will CHARACTER
tarry until fall. Mr. Fletcher expectsto

. spend next winter-in this section. 2,, .

_. Mrs. M. J. Burton, who has been "Success" is usually understood to mean.
spending several months with her
;; I MMttlllllMMIIiMMMtGIFTS daughter, Mrs. T. H. Fuller returned financial success, and usually a Savings ; y'
to her home in LaFayette, Ala, Miss
t Lavinia Fuller accompanied her Account is a real factor in its attainment. jfM -, .
grandmother home. She will visit her k
FOR I sister at Gadsden Ala., and two There is another success-the buildingof
GRADUATES
brothers in Montgomery, and then 4
1 spend the latter part of the summerin character-which is in large part due
the mountains of North Carolina.Mr. .
to the practice of regularly depositing in z
.and Mrs. D. S. Benage who havea
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin pretty home in Concord Park, expect a Savings Account. The denials required ,
,
to leave tomorrow for Sharon.
Wis., where they will spend the sum- I develop self reliance in every thrifty \
Pendant mer. They expect to stop in Chicagoen t
route. Mr. and Mrs. Benage are person. ;
enthusiastic boosters for the City
Beautiful and expect to be Let this institution help in your building .
other of accompanied
or piece jewelry :you want, :you can get the best on their return in the fall
by sev-
r- value for your money by coming to us. eral of their friends who will spend for the future through the medium of the
the season here.
t We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine Savings Account. '
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cummings, Jr.. :, r
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are ex- and daughter. Miss Serena who dur- 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. 1
ceedingly low. We also offer you choice selections and ing the past winter has visited a num- Jji
ber of cities and
resorts in Florida "Consultation incurs no obligation."
the best service.
t and has spent the past three weeks in -
Orlando left yesterday the At-
: over
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it lantic Coast Line for Sanford where
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the they will take the steamer for a trip I ,
wearer. down the St. Johns river to Jackson- I
ville and thence to New York by the


here same TOO for line.the LATE entire They TO season expect CLASSIFY in to the return fall. I I Orlallilo B llk & Triit t C ill ll



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EVANSJEWELER WANTED-To buy good clean rags I
at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf
I ORLANDO FLORIDA
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LOST-Somewhere on the streets of
Orlando Saturday evening, a
man's "blackjack billie." Finder POlice-I
return to city clerk's office I
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