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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 20, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: THE MORNING SENTINEL







VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, UH:;. NTMISEK: si.

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OF-BRITISH MERCHANTMAN i: THE BAPTIST DEDICATION BRITISH SECRETARY- WAR I'' SILVER LINING OF ClOUD

DEPRESSES WILL TAKE RECRUITS STATE PRiNTINGPLANT ORLANDO\ ON M4P


WASHINGTON UP TO 10 YEARS
Speakers Announced for Dedica- Is That Growth; of Friendly
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TONE OF GERMAN PRESS SAVAGE tion Baptist Services Church of New TEUTONS TO CAPTURE PRZEMYSL BILLPASSES Feelings can Republics Among:, Says Ar eri- CHATTANOOGAMEETING


May 30 I I Barrett i iI I

Declares Submarine War Justi- I Inferno Rages in Austria and I I

The members of the Baptist church Lake Mohonk. N. Y., May 19.-Thegrowth
., liable-No Answer to U. S. heM a very important session in Ba- Along Carpathians-Giant I of friendly feelings among the

raca Hall last evening, with a large American republics is the silver lining :
Note Before Ten Armies in Bloody
and enthusiastic attendance presidedover a of the war cloud which hovers .

Days by Rev. Poulson. The members Strangle Hold I[TIlE HOUSE AND STILL HAS over Europe and Asia." John Bar- J. 1'. IIOLUKOOK WIRES cd -
talked over preliminary matters pertaining rett director general of the Pan-
to the dedication of the American Union tonight told the delegates
new TO GO TO SENATE BE- TRAL FLORIDA IS WELLjREPRESEN
Washington, May Ambassador church May 30. The program was London May 19.-An official state- to the twenty-first annual conference -
Gerard today notified the state department discussed in detail and business attended ment issued by the press bureau tonight ]I FORE PASSAGE on international arbitration : TED
that the German note would of says: which
: to an important nature. opened )ere today.
not be ready for at least one week.It The speakers for dedication Sunday "Thesecretary of war announces "The most remarkable fact affecting -

will probably be ten days, there- will be Dr. B. D. Gray, of Atlanta, new recruits will be accepted up to HOUSE KILLS THE STATISTIC BILL the Western Hemisphere which EAST COAST HAS SMAll CROWD'
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fore, before the note is made public at corresponding secretary of the home the age of 40. I has been developed by the European

Washington, though it is possible Ber- mission board of the South; Dr. Lin- war is the impetus it has given to
lin will make it public before it reaches coln Hulley, of DeLand president of Italy Has Not Entered War Yet i practical Pan-Americanism. The war

here. Stetson University; Dr. C. W. Duke, Rome, May 18, via Paris, 19.-For- Senate Consumed Entire Morn- has done more than any other political Things Look Bright for Orarfce
The news of the sinking of the Brit- ty: persons were killed and several r
of Tampa pastor of the First Baptist influence since the declaration of
ish ship Drumcree off Cardiff by a church of that city; and an effort is I hundred wounded by the police and ing in Executive Session- the Monroe Doctrine in 1823 to pro- County and Orlando Get-
German submarine, and unfavorable made Austrian troops in quelling the uprisings Pan-American and
being to secure Governor Tram- Also Insurance mote solidarity ting on the Dixiehighway |
comments of the German press on the mell. A feature of dedication day in Pola, according to the Idea emphasize the importance of the com-

note of the United States caused a will be the sunrise service at 6:30a. Nazoinale. Bills mon interest of the Western republics .-
pessimistic feeling here today as to Foreign Minister Sonnino is "
m. for the church members and reported he said. -
the nature of the reply which Germany -I friends. to have informed the council of '
will make to the demands. of the ministers, at its session this evening, By C. F. Johnson By J. Holbrook !
United States. that offer of additional territorial The Sentinel Bureau I Opening of Lake Mohonk ConferenceLake i Chattanooga, Tenn-, May 19.-SjJe-
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The sinking of the Drumcree was WILL CONNECT GROUP TWENTY concessions had been received from Tallahassee, Fla., May 19. Mohonk May 19.John Bas- cial to the Sentinel.-Orlando) is
made dramatically evident that Ger- LAKES AT WINTER HAVEN Austria. The house today passed a bill by sett :Moore formerly American coun- pn
many has no intention of abandoningher Representative Forehand, of Liberty sellor of state presiding at the opening the map at Chattanooga with M.ID.

submarine warfare against merchantmen Winter Haven Fla., May 19.-The Russians Battling Hard county, providing for the appointmentof of the twenty-first annual confer- Overstreet representing Orange cotn-
t pending a discussion of the Beasley Construction companv of Savannah a state printer and purchase of a ence on international arbitration here ty 1.1.. Smith and J. N. BradshJiw
issues by the United States. Ga., has signed a contract for London with May fierce 19.-Covering their plant to do all the work for the state today, sharply drew the lessons of the representing the Orlando Board of
The tone of the German press left dredging the boat canal of twenty and retreat rear guard actions of Florida. The question was first investigated past twelvemonth. He warned against Trade and myself representing the
on the mind of the state department lakes about Winter Haven. The contact fierce counter attacks the Russians by a committee and a detailed relying too far on arbitration. His Central Florida Highway Associati n.
officials an impression that Germanyis calls for the excavation of 76- with their center menaced are report made to the legislature.The words were taken to urge the United The Central Florida Highway I hits

disposed to persist in her subma- 000 cubic yards of earth which will battling line desperately behind the to establish a measure still has to pass the States to preparedness for wars which established headquarters at the P.Jt-

rine warfare against: merchantmenupon construct a canal twenty feet wide new While the river San. senate, but it is likely to have smooth peaceful methods may not prevent. ten: hotel. We have a good, strong
the plea of necessity regardlessof and four feet deep at lowest ebb. An- the entire front fighting from is furious along sailing with a few amendments. "The address which I had to deliver delegation from Central Florida while

the rights of neutrals under the existing other matter which stirs the pulse of Bukowina it is the the Baltic to the Martin's bill providing for the es- last year was, according to a pub- the[ East Coast delegation is vety
on sector about
international law. our people is the prospect of havingthe that the tablishment of detention homes and lished report interpreted in some small. So far we have hun one o ior
Przemysl efforts of
Her excuse for this course will be, Dixie highway pass through Winter the Austro-German greatest schools for delinquent children in each quarters as having a pessimistic tone on the East Totst crowd. We h4ld
according to the assertion of one offi- Haven. concentrated armies are being county passed the house by a unani- in regard to the value of present trea- an enthusiastic meeting this aft4r-
cial, a justification which she claims Prospects are excellent here for from the rival, according to advices mous vote leaving the matter of such ties of arbitration" he said. "Upon noon.

exists because of British violations of continued building activities throughthe Less capitals. establishment optional with the various this interpretation perhaps no com- Our prospects of securing the route
international law which she successful or in one case at counties. ment is that whichis
through beyond
summer. The new school build- least[ unsuccessful necessary through Orange county and Orlando
has been made to suffer greatly and ing, a modern brick structure, will be the Russian in their attacks on The state model vital statistics bill furnished by the tragic events that looks very bright. At present we,
which, she alleges, threaten her very erected this summer. The need of central wings, the forces of the passed the senate last week but was have since occurred. have no reason to feel downcast. D4l-

existence. this improvement is apparent from Gen. empries Von under the commandof killed in the house today, Representative "These events indicate the impor- egates are here from everywhere,
Mackenzen
The keynote of nearly all the Ger- the fact that the number of pupils en- the are directing Lake changing his vote in orderto tance of facing candidly the realitiesof each wanting the Dixie highway lo

man press comment on the Americannote rolled has increased from 218 two the utmost Russian efforts line against along the the San.centerof ask for a reconsideration.The life and the grave problems which pass by his front door and are su>>-

is that Germany must be more vears ago to 404 pupils at the present Regardless of the senate consumed the morningin they involve. mitting "various kinds of data as ar
t concerned about thnigs that threaten time. cost of human executive session and considered "The tendency of the human mind, gument.Things.
life the
her than about the rights or even the their German commanders are hurling only insurance bills at the afternoon running in advance of results, to treatas promise to wax warm tl-|
thousands
forward, while the
lives of neutrals.If session. an accomplished fact that which it
that is to be the position taken SWINDLING CHARITIES IN PARIS I Russians covering their retreat gamely desires to bring about may often exert hold morrow.over until The convention the twenty-first.promises Thereis to
by Germany in her reply to the United are battling to save themselves be- in the affairs of life a useful and
I Paris.-The Matin publishes extra- tween Przemysl and the marshes of HOW THEV PLAYED YESTERDAY considerable wire pulling going on
States' break between the influence but
note a two the Dneister. helpful ; when followingthe and the situation is tense.
countries, officials say, will be inev- ordinary facts and figures resulting 'illusions of hope,' it bids us close The Cincinnati |
from police investigation into the The German guns are getting the Southern League delegation just arrived
itable. to actual conditions and to
charitable organizations: instituted in range of the western forts of Prze- Memphis 5, New Orleans 7. our eyes in comfortable one hundred and fifty strong.As .
Paris since the outbreak of war. The mysLIt Little Rock 2, Atlanta 1. rely security upon stated the Florid East Coast dele*
London May 19.The famous Ki- safeguards that either do not exist
has inquiry was initiated as the result of is believed the Teutons plan to Nashville 2, Birmingham 3. or gation[ is small, yet thev feel certaito
been
kuyu controversy just set- are so defective as to be practically
they will the route. Ex-Governor
tled. In June, 1913, representativesof numerous complaints which reachedthe recapture this stronghold at all haz- Chattanooga 1, Mobile 0. non-existent, it become peril get
a as
may
judicial authorities that certain ards. Fighting along the eastern South Atlantic League Jennings seems to be Jacksonville
seven missionary societies met at well hindrance wise
Kikuyu, British East Africa, and discussed so-called charitable works with high front is divided into four major en- Augusta 6-2, :Macon 3-15. tial effort.as a to and essen- representative. I

a scheme of co-operation. At sounding names were exploiting pub- gagements.In Savannah 3, Columbus 1.
the close of the conference commun- lic genrosity for base personal ends.A two of these at least along the Charleston 6, Albany 5. THE WEATHER
ion was celebrated in a Scotch Pres- report recently handed in to M San and along the Vistula the Ight- Columbia 11, Jacksonville 3. INSIST ON PHOTOGRAPHS
byterian church, the Anglican bishopsof Mouton director of the judicial police ing appears to favor the AustroGerman National League London.The British government Florida: Local showers Thursda,
Mombasa and of Uganda being gives' 147 as the number of socie- arms. New York 5, Chicago 1. I has decided that the photograph of except fair in northwest. Frida
present. ties which have sprung into existencein In the western theatre of war heavy Brooklyn 2, Cincinnati 0. every person mentioned in a passport showers, except fair in extreme sout .
I the department of the Seine alone mists and violent rains practically puta Boston 0, Pittsburgh 7. must appear on the document. Under
since the beginning of the war. halt to all activity.The Philadelphia 0, St. Louis 3. the American regulations when a man
Of these less than a half-seventy- French midnight communiqueissued American League is traveling with a family assport it
FLORIDA SEPARATED I one--have, after careful inquiry, been at Paris stated no action had Cleveland 5, Boston 2. is made out in his name with an addenda MURDER FIRST DEGREEJury
I recognized as above all suspicion. The been fought during the day. Detroit 3, New York 1. stating that he is accompanied

remaining seventy-six are to be the Berlin states the fighting on the Chicago 9, Philadelphia 7. by other members of his family

object of further severe investigation. astern bank of the canal north of St. Louis-Washington, cold weather. Hereafter however a photograph of Returned Verdict Last
From Georgia and Will Be Ypres has developed in favor of the Federal League each member of the family travelingin a a

Known as Florida District A CHANCE TO SECURE A FREE Germans, and the English attack Pittsburgh 3, Newark 7. this country must be attached to Night Against Hicks of
south of Nueve All others cold the
Chapelle, for which weather. passport.
Murder in FirstDegree
Revenue Agent'sDiYision BOTTLE ELDER SPRING there had been heavy artillery prep-

WATER aration, has been repulsed. PUBLICITY BILL PETITION MUST "WARRIOR IN IRON"

GO TODAY Vienna.-As the state lotteries no
Washington, D. C.-Effective today Water The managers of the Elder Spring LONG MOTOR TRIP longer bring in much money, the an- The case of the State of Florida
Van Vorees Company announced yesterday Bert Berry who has been circulat- cient custom of the "warrior in iron"has versus Otha Wright, otherwise knownas
Revenue Agent will be that they wanted everybody in Or- Dr. T. R. Williams and Merle Eber- ing one of the petitions for and been revived. In the Schwarzen- Otha Picks in the circuit court,

made revenue agent for the state of lando to try their product. Consequently hart have returned from an auto trip against the passage of the proposed burgplatz stands a tall wooden knight went to the jury yesterday afternoon. .

Florida with headquarters at Jackson- today any one who desiresto to the eastern end of the state. In publicity tax bill for Orlando, serves on a little rostrum to which one gains After deliberating four hours the jury >

ville. The same order separates Flor- be sample free the Elder five spring water will company with Mrs. Williams they mo- notice that he must send up the peti- access by a few steps. Ten yards returned a verdict against; Hicks of

ida from Georgia and Florida will be given has to do a gallon bottle. All tored to Harrisburg and Reading.Mrs. tion to lion. S. S. Griffin not later away is a booth where for the sum of murder in the first degree with a rec-
one to take
advantage of Williams remained to sp"id ?io 'Mn this morning at 10 o'clock. All titling you to drive a nail into the ommendation of mercy. Hicks killed
known as a distinct and separate revenue this offer is to telephone W. WWright time in that section while Dr. Williams ho wi'=h, to sign and haven't done so twenty-five cents you buy a ticket en- Will Hopkins at Oakland in January,

agent's division from now on. 444, local representative' and and Mr. Eberhart returned here Mould see him Chief Smith or Chas. knight's body. There are already 1915. The evidence showed that the <
he I l I
The change was made, according to these will bottles.immediately deliver one of last night. Punxsutawney ( Pa.) '. Dow in the meantime and affix I I ;OOOOO nails, and it is hoped to reach murder was an atrocious and brutalone. i

Commissioner of Internal Revenue Spirit. :heir signatures. 700,000. Both parties are colored. It wa>-

Osborn because of an increase in bus- -- a hard fought case and occupied the
iness in the state. Recently New Jer- attention of the court most of this
sey was separated from New York Board Of Trade Executive And Entertainment CommitteesPlan week. The maximum penalty is life

and Arkansas from Texas and sepa- imprisonment. j
rate revenue agent's divisions created.
The change made today is in line with For Florida Citrus THAW
those made in other states. Exchange Meeting In Orlando June 11 LOW TRANSFERRED JAIL; JURY TRIALPOSTPONED TO LUD-

There will be few if any changes
made in the of the --
personnel men now
} s s s s s s s s s s s s s s ,
employed in the revenue agents ser- 4.000 and 5,<*K)> ,'i1J take advantage of jected to slaw he was almost "slawed" committee; N. P. Yowell, cup spoon New York.-Supreme Court Justice
vice in Florida. The same force Well how does this barbecue the low railroad fares and hie themselves of the
out meeting. Everybody want- and plate committee; R. D. Brossier. Hendrick signed an order today transferring -
,.wherever practicable will be continued menu sound to you? '' I to Orange county's fair capital. ed slaw. music committee; W. Po.. O'Neal, Gray Harry K. Thaw from the
as heretofore. Reef 1.800 pounds. This is the first big convention that When another member said fifty Rush and Lester Beeman, committeeto Tombs to Ludlow Street jail
There will be no change in the internal ** Pork. 700 pounds. '' will be held in Orlando this year. cups of coffee could be made from one arrange Fair Grounds for barbecue This was done in response to a request -
revenue collector's division. Bread 1.500 loates. Hospitality and entertainment will he of coffee he chairs i
pound was literally mur- prepare auditorium tables from Thaw's counsel who had
The new order affects only the reve- Coffee. 153:>> pounds. under the direction of the Orlando dered by the indignant glances of ten complained that Thaw was suffering 1 j
nue agents and has no bearing on the '' Cream enough for 5,000 cups '* Board of Trade. The hustling local I pairs of eyes who wanted coffee, NOT etc.C.. P. Dow as president of the Boardof from rheumatism and throat trouble : 1
revenue collectors or any of their dep- of coffee. trade body intends to do the entertaining WATER! Trade will secure the official per- and did not receive sufficient exercise j
uties. Sugar enough for ;5.000 people. in a manner that will surprise And bread. One member said he mit to secure the Fair Ground J. D. in the Tombs.

'' Cold slaw, enough for ;.000 *S every city in the state. Nothing will thought those "little round lumps or Barnes will be chairman and generalissimo Thaw will not be given a jury trial i

BARNES-ROOSEVELT CASE SOON S people. be left undone. The feature of theda"s biscuits" would be better than com- of the entire entertainment until June 7. Justice Hendrick today '
Pickles. ;5.000. :
entertainment will be an immense mon bread att cents loaf for committee. W. S. Branch
TO END Ice. several per was appointed postponed the case until that date so ; j
i tons. barbecue at the Fair Grounds. 1.500 loaves. Did he win his point? a committee of one to arrange the appellate division may have timeto
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Lemonade,
several; barrels. Every preparation will be made to No. Bread was good enough -for for and decorations. W. M.
Syracuse, N. Y.. May 19.-Attorney Water, all any- pennants render a decision on the new attempt -
Bowers, chief counsel for Roosevelt Enough you ran drink. feed the multitudes expected for the body. They knew what they could get Glenn was appointed as a committee by the state to prevent such a
concluded his argument shortly before for 5.000 cups!!, spoons and plates day.Sunny out of A LOAF OF BREAD, but "lit- of one with power to act in securingan triaL .
adjournment tonight. He spoke prac- people. ; Jim Barnes with his hair tle round lumps, or biscuits" looked appropriate badge. I

tically all day. Ivins for Barnes is And. *for* dessert. a.brass. .!' *band.. *' shaved and his expansive smile running treacherous. The directors of the Orange County BIG
FRUIT IN
to make his address in the morning wild presided yesterday after- Anyway, the tentative barbecue Citrus Sub-Exchange, the entertain- DAMAGE MICHIGAN -
after which the court will charge the Some spread, is it not? And the noon over a special meeting of theexecuth..e dinner is as outlined above. And there ment and executive committees of the BY FROST ., .

jurv and the case will be given them. meat will be roasted and toasted and and entertainment commit- will be plenty for everybody. It will Board of Trade will compose the reception oJ"
tees of the Board of Trade. and rep- be the grandest and best barbecueever committee. St. Joseph, MichMay 19.-It is ,
barbecued a la Orlando. This is what
resentatives of the Florida Citrus Exchange given in Florida. V. 'V. Estes' motion that no enter- estimated today that the early morning j'
PEACE BABIES OVERLOOKED you will partake of on June 11 at the at the city council chamber. I The follongwere named chair- tainment be given in the evening was frost caused a loss of $250,000 to ,

London.-In the Fair Grounds when Orlando plays No bride ever studied a cook book men of various committees with power tabled. It will be considered at a I fruit interests in this region. Grape 1,
for the hysteria over caring host to the throng of visitors who will more assiduously than did the groupof to select their committee: J. D. meeting to be held Monday.All and strawberries have been hardest 1I
so-called "war baby the I
B. T. members hit and in some districts the is
:yesterday in analyzing Barnes meat committee DeWitt Miller citizens will and crop
peace baby has been a bit overlooked.The attend the annual meeting of the ; use flags pen- I
latter is still and discussing beef. pork. pickles, cake and bread committee; S. A. nants for decoration purposes. wiped out. l
a bit the more num- Florida Citrus Exchange. It is difficult -;
erous. a coffee bread. cake. cream, sugar lemonade Johnson. coffee cream and sugar com- Every resident in Orange county is" I '
A writer in the I matter to figure the total num- 1 and slaw-they all agreed that mittee; G. R. Ramsey; city engineer urged to come to Orlando June 11 I We aim to "have and to hold" your
Chroniclesays ber of visitors who
will to'Or
: Daily ; '..anVbut it is estimated that come slaw "cold slaw." put the final touchto "cold"slaw and pickle committee; W. with baskets; and han,.,e:" C'. e.-. c('_ : c- f"jrti.- & J'Xc..l l, book, stationery -
between the menu. When one member ob- I l\1. Glenn ice, lemonade and water is welcome! and music store.

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DELIVER THE GOODS i DAILY SPORT LETTER I-
t Windermere, Fla., May 18.-Mrs. E. i
A. Thomas Miss Thomas, and Miss j'
Orlando and Service i I BY FRANK G. MENKC i
t. Delivery r Messenger The Famous New York Sporting Chalfant of Orlando, were guests of iI I' BULK
). : Expert. Rossmore Inn last Sunday.Mr. .J
C and Mrs. S. Whitfield spent the I IGS-
Harley-Davidson Truck
New York.-Unless the Giants week-end in Auburndale and Bartow.Mr. -

r FOR QUICK SERVICE' jump into the pennant fight Soon-. H. C. Luff was in Kissimmee on

and stay in it-every club in the Na- business last Saturday. .

tional League stands to suffer a loss Mr. C. Pounds and family, from
PHONE 444 of from $30,000 to $35,000 throughpoor Ocoee, motored over to Rossmore Inn Your Drug* Store

attendance at the Giant games last Sunday.

; Good and Bad Cigar Stores I during 1915. Miss Palmer entertained for the
The Giants have been saviors of the young people in Windermere last

_... .u._._.__.. .. . .-.._. ._._._. ._. _. ._. ._. ._._. ._. _._. _._. ._._ r. National have been League the power for ten that years.has They kept Thursday. Art evening.Mr. Hagerty. who has spent the Every woman in this city is interested in Pure Drug>
We that in mind when
keep
buying drugs.
many clubs from bankruptcy in years last three years Windermere, has
gone by. They have done their work returned to his home in Indiana.Mr. Full stocks of Drugs, :Medicines Pharmaceuticals of

ORLANDO ROOFING nobly, but in this year, of all years, and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds. witha finest quality. This store is always in position to fill your

AND they have faltered at the start. They party of friends, motored out from orders or the doctor's orders promptly and efficiently. t
1 Orlando last Sunday and spent some
bad-and can't
got away they seem time at Rossmore Inn. If you want the best and nothing but the best, the
SHEET METAL CO. to go right.If .
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. McNeil, of best way to get it is to come to this store where you will
the Giants are not in the race for
i Gotha, were Windermere Sunday, be sure to find the best.
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the"balance of the season it will meana bidding their friends good-bje, as
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, loss of nearly $300,000 in attend- they return north this week.

ance receipts, to the league as a Mr. and Mr. R. S. Rowland, Mr.
and Rubber
r Roofings whole. and Mrs. Dunn and Mr. Rowland
f spent some time in Windermere Sun-
Cornices, Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings The Giants still have about 125 day, guests at Rossmore Inn. StoreJ.
City Drug
games to play. About 65 are at home Mrs. R. E. Kleine spent Tuesdayin |

i Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO and 60 abroad. When the Giants Kissimmee shopping.Mr. .
A were in the pennatn fight they averaged and Mrs. J. C. Palmer and Mr. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA
and Mrs. II. C. Luff were shopping in
a daily attendance of 9,000 at all
Orlando last Thursday.
t home games. Some days:; during the
F
middle of the week the figure .
t dropped
WILL MOVE TO 10 EAST CHURCH STREET
i ri to the 5,000 mark but the Saturday
rl That we may better serve the public, we have de- attendance, which averaged around

l. cided to move up town. After Tuesday the 18th, we can 15,000 generally brought the aver- C Colollial l ] Hill

be found at 10 East Church St.Ve will have the most age up to 9OOO-and sometimes be-

;10 centrally and conveniently located feed store in town, }'ond.If. CAREY HANDFUNERAL

3 where we will be pleased to serve all customers old and the Giants stay in the rut it will

new, on the same terms as heretofore. decrease the average home game at- You hear about Colonial -

f tendance to 4,000. That means a difference Hills. DIRECTOR
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO. .
f I W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 the 65 of; 5,000 remaining per game home, or games.325,000for You read about Colo- AND EMBALMERAll \ .

t The Giants used to draw an average nial Hills.
-- I of 5,000 daily while on the road.
t If they are out of the pennant fight You talk about Colonial -
that average will drop to 2,500. That Hills. I calls answered Promptly Dayor
makes a difference of 2,500 per day,
or a total difference of 150,000 for the Sooner or later you! Night. Hand Block.

i EXCEPTIONAL OFFER CO road games. will buy in Colonial
The loss of 325,000 patrons at the Orlando Florida.PHONE
I -
i remaining home games and 150,000 at Hills. Why not NOW! .

the remaining road games makes a It will give you satis- 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457.
I grand total of 475,000. The gate receipts -
Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne I usually average 60 cents a faction and profit.
head. That means that at a conserva-
tive estimate the Giants would playto
with plenty of Foliage $285,000; less if out of the fight

and Trees. than The if they entire were league in the would fight. suffer CARL DANN :Sentinel Want Ads Get Results .1

x r along with the Giants because the
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gate receipts are split 50-50,except on
i Price $2000.00 75 cents and $1 admissions. Divide
the $285,000 eight ways and it shows
i- I that each club would lose about $35- I Pure Ice Crear-n
000 through the failure of the Giants
if to be among the pennant contendersall

I f C. A. HOVEY I the way.
Ir Cut even if the Giants do get into
the scrap it is certain that they won't When you want PURE ICE For Part
f "draw the huge home crowds of former CREAM call for HAND'S. If Y.
i years. They have competition -'
you don't believe that we take Clubthe
I now-something they haven't had in .
-------- greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from
I real form since 1904. The Yankees Church SocialSchool
!f' I I seem to be back among the people facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
just now and they promise to stay make it. You will be surprisedcans Social
moulds and everythingused .
r SPRAYING I there. The fans seem awakened to at the care every detail is given.
the strange--but seemingly true-- in the manufacture of our Lodge
; Any kind you want, any time
For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In- |fact that the 1915 Yankees are making Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilized. -
it. In
secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites I noises like a real ball club. you want any quantity PicnicOrder
infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur The Gotham fan who gave the from a quart up.
t Compound. I Yanks the go-by in other years and You are cordially invited to
These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings I'patronized the Giants exclusively is inspect our factory at any Hands Pure
t can be done at one and the same time. This will abso- j splitting his patronage now. If the
I. time. Ice Cream
lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. Yanks keep on surprising the baseball -
Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing I world and the Giants don't hit
i cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and I their stride soon the non-partisan fan
you will have no regrets at the end of the season. who yearns only for real baseball may
I,transfer his patronage to the American -
I
HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
:
leaguers.
1. SCHNARR t CO. Manufacturers i i In other words, the 1915 outlook for I
the Giants in particular and the Na- I

Orlando, Florida tional League as a whole, is none too : PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
rosy even though 1915 promises to
I
be a 100 per cent. baseball year.
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PREPARED FOR ANY SHOCK :

St. Lucie County Tribune

The Right Rev. Cameron Mann, -
Clews DEVOUTLY WISHED THAT IT :
(By Henry )
D. D., bishop of Southern Florida
made his annual visit to Fort Pierce NEW YORK, MAY .THOUGH I WILL. '
I THE EFFECT OF WAR UPON
and attached missions on Sunday and UNSETTLED ON FRIDAY, THE
THE UNITED STATES WILL BE :
MgQday last.Bishop MARKET CONTINUED i
STOCK
LESS SERIOUS THAN UPON ANY .
Mann preached a masterfuland STRONG THROUGHOUT FIRST OTHER NATION. WE CAN AT

impressive sermon in St. Andrew's PORTION OF THE WEEK, PRESUMABLY I PRESENT PROBABLY DO BUT :' THE BIG STORE
church Sunday morning to a
UPON THE HOPE LITTLE HARM TO GERMANYAND :
congregation that taxed the church to
THAT THIS COUNTRY WOULD I SHE CAN CERTAINLY IK :
its utmost capacity, many leaving be- ,
NOT BE INVOLVED TO THE EXTENT :STILL LESS TO US. SOME FURTHER -
cause unable to find seats. After the : :
OF ACTUAL: HOSTILITIES DERANGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL -
sermon, Bishop Mann administeredthe i
rite of confirmation to -Misses WITH GERMANY. PRESIDENT ; TRADE AND FINANCE I!:
WILSO.VS CALM BUT FIRM POL- MAY FOLLOW BUT i i:
Fanny Pyles and Lyndale Cook.
The bishop then spoke warmly in ICY HAD AN ASSURING EFFECT, NOTHING LIKE THE BLOW The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices
AND THE COUNTRY, THOUGH :WHICH FELL LAST JULY. IN I': ; |
praise of the many improvementsmade '
DEEPLY STIRRED, REFUSED TO FACT, TilE UNITED STATES IS :
in the church and grounds since I'
BECOME EXCITED. NEVERTHELESS EXCEEDINGLY WELL PREPAREDTO '
his visit last May, and dedicated the
THERE IS NO CONCEALING MEET ANY SUCH SHOCK, '
elegant art glass window erected in i
THE FACT THAT THE COUNTRYIS =' I AND NO SERIOUS DISTURBANCENEED ,
memory of Mrs. Cora Stickney Harper -
FACING A GRAVE CRISIS, AND ,; BE ANTICIPATED; BESIDES '
by her husband, Charles T. Hat-
NO ONE CAN TELL THE OUTCOME :'! AT THIS WRITING, IT IS
per. Thsi window was executed by
OF THE PRESENT CON PREMATURE TO INDULGE IN
J. and R. Lamb in their New York I
t. TROVERSY. A PEACEFUL: SETTLEMENT SUCH FEARS, AND BETTER TO I
studio, and is very beautiful It was II We are showing all the newest styles
IT IS TO BE HOPED, HOPE FOR A PEACEFUL OUT
placed in the south side of the chan-
WILL BE REACHED-AND IT IS I I COME.to .
cel only the day before the bishop'svisit
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and will be a permanent tributeto in Ladies' Trimmed Hats for Summerwear.
the brilliant and loyal churchwoman SIDELIGIITS I I give the sand oil road a thorough i

who entered into rest last No- I try out. When we recall the fact that

vember, while in the act of receivingthe By W. S. Branch something like one hundred and fifty Charming new models just arrivi i
thousand dollars of our half million
Holy Communion at the chancel That new Nunnally candy store just
opened on Forsyth street is probablyall dollar road bonds go to the railroad
railing.
right for little old Jacksonville, companies for hauling the brick down ed. The variety is too comprehensivefor i
but just wait until Ned Butt and Col. ". here, it emphasizes the necessity of
DELIVERING SPRING WATER Watkins get their ice cream and can- {earnest effort to find a suitable substitute -
dy palace opened on Orange avenue I for the paving brick that can
II. B. Coney has his delivery auto and when some of the Jacksonvillians j be procured nearer home. We do not description. All moderately priced.CORSET
visit Orlando we will show them a I expect the railroad to haul the brick .
all fixed now for the quick delivery
up sure enough handsome candy shop. i free of charge but we will cheat them
of Elder spring water. He thought at --0- i out of those big freight bills if we can
first that he would deliver in Orlando Glad the commissioners are going !and have much more money for roads.

only but there was such a demand in
I
Sanford for the water that he was :

forced to make one trip a day here
and started on Wednesday. The wateris DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOORWe
put up in five gallon bottles and is The Orlando Meat MarketT.
delivered at the door for ten cents per
gallon or fifty for the five gallon bot-
tle. Mr. Coney expects to have about A. YANCY, Manager carry well-known makes pro1'9"
_
250 gallons contracted for in Orlandoin '

dred a short gallons time for and Sanford.about one hun- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice j '1 vide graceful, natural figure lines. ,'

Elder spring water being found remarkably t
Florida and Western Meats
anal-
the chemist's
pure by
1 1' As fits the
corset fits the
f so gown.
ysis, is now being recommended everywhere 1
by physicians and the peo- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
.. pIe are making the spring a regular
mecca, going out there every day to Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders -- ;r r THOMPSON GLOVE FITTING CORSETS, I
see the springs and taste the water.A .
new bottling plant has been installed -
at the springs and the bottlesare PHONES { Business (135 P. O. BOX 226 E 1 $1.00 to $2.00
washed and filled by the latest Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church 5t.

equipment and under the most approved -
sanitary methods thus insur- k VICTORIA CORSETS
ing the public the purest and cleanest
water at all times.
This will make the Elder place fam- $3.00 to $9.00 a
ous ere long and Capt. Elder is begin-
ning to realize that in this spring he GO .j
has not only the fountain of youth buta _
fountain that will soon flow a golden -
stream of revenue.-Sanford Her
ald. MODART CORSETS NEMO SELF REDUCING CORSETS

Permits perfect ease in sitting or stand-
RESOLUTION PASSED APRIL 28 Give healthful, physical support.

BY ORANGE ASSOCIATION COUNTY MEDICAL AND HEAR PINAFOREAnd ing positions. .


Whereas, there are pending, at the thus encourage the Mendelssohn Club and enjoy an $3.50 to $8.00 $2.00 to $5.00

present time, in the Florida state legisla"ture evening of brilliant song. But remember that if you own a Vic-

abuse of, certain two bills drugs relating, namely,to opium the trola you can hear Light Opera or Grand Opera every day in the

derivaties and cocaine; and year. Caruso in "Faust" or"Aida"costs but little more than Billy
Whereas, these bills aim to controlin Murray in the rollicking "Take Me to the Cabaret."

a just and humane manner the dispensing Practically every Victor record is made by a star performer.
of these drugs and, forthe Summer
Whereas, it is the opinion: of the I The Victor people control most of the real stars in the musical j Fetching Frocks WardrobeCrepe \

Orange County Medical Society that world. The other record makers take who ever they can get.
the passage of these bills is necessary
to control the present deplorable con- W. S. BRANCH, Meteor, Crepe de Chine Chiffon Taffeta and Poplins in the leading summer
ditions existing as the result of the Blue, Reseda Green Rose, Navy and Black with the
Belgian ,
shades, Battleship Gray,
abuse of these drugs; THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STOREMOWS
Therefore, be it resolved, that the flaring skirts pleated skirts, high waist lines, and every late novelty.
Orange County Medical Society, in ----- -- Also a beautiful showing of Wash Dresses of Voiles. Crepes and Lingeries in plain
regular meeting assembled, herewith
white fancy colors.Tailored .
endorses unanimously House Bills No. and
416 and No. 417 and Senate Bills No. !
253 and No. 254; and THE TIMEto Women of
Be it further resolved, that this So- Suits for ConspiciouslyClever
ciety do earnestly request the repre-
sentatives of Orange county in both get ready for the rainy season.
branches of the Florida legislature to StylesA
support these measures, and exert PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITHFINLEY'S
their utmost efforts to secure theirpassage
and, GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
;
Be it further resolved, that a copy $1.00 Gallon at wonderful diversity of models in all the wanted shades and leading styles.
per
of these resolutions be sent'to the I
representatives of Orange count, in
both branches of the Florida legislature Bathing Suits for EverybodyAmericans
; that a copy be spread among Finley's PioneerCORNER I
the minutes of the Society, and that
copies be furnished the local newspa-
pers. taught the world how to bat he, and what fun we have at it. The romps i

(Signed) S. PULESTON, COURT AND PINE STREETS I IL on the beach are worth the years waiting for play time to get back again.

President Society.Orange County Medical Daintiness, and the regard for one's health demand the wearing of their own Bath-

ing Suit-and into a bathing suit you'll hurry at the first moment.

We are showing a beautiful line of all the latest styles of Bathing Suits for Ladies

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South Florida Sentinel following EDITORIALS.The is only one. of many James Ford left this morning for
Brilliant editorials from the New York Maitland, Fla., where he will visit
MORNING AND WEEKLY
". 2:. GLENN .... .... .. .. ._.....Editor World written since the sinking of during the next several which days he will among
W r ESSIXGTON .Ba.inrm. Manager the Lusitania: relatives, following pro-
"
ceed to South Georgia wherehe
points '"
America Has Spoken /
Orlando. Florida will be engaged for some time on
Entered at the poatolfice at -
as Second Clans Mail Matter. When the president, in his speechat business.-Fort Myers Press.
the mayor's luncheon yesterday,
:Mr.: Albert G. ,
Quade a popular
SUBSCRIPTION RATES declared that "America asks nothingfor

Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 herself except what she has aright commercial representative who has
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2-60 to ask for humanity," he trans- been coming to Orlando for the past
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 twenty years, is among the late arrivals -
of the
Daily 1 Month ....................... .SO lated the note to Germany out at the San Juan hotel. Mr.
language of diplomacy into the lan-

Weekly. 1__Year ......."-:": "-.j-_" $'-gg guage of the people. Quade Selrose is Dress here in Fabric the interest company of, the of

,'. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN That is what the United States New York.
ADVANCETO means in this crisis. As the presidentso "
--- it'e Mr. J. B. Stinespring and familyare "
felicitously! expressed wantno
ADVERTISERS: their beautiful
nation's property we wish to ques- now occupying
Copy for display and all other hand-vet tion no nation's honor; ; we wish to home at Schuman Heights, which i
advertifinc must be handea in at the business stand selfishly in the of the development they recently purchased from J. F. I
way
..Hire of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, Schumann. Mr. Schumann and family -
the day before pnMk-atinn. This rul! applies of no nation; we want are living at the Keystone for a 1 iI
advertising it is nothing that we can not get by our
to chances for contract ;
I SALE
few weeks, when they will to California
go -
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. own legitimate enterprise and by the visit. : I
on a
inspiration of our own example; and
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued standing for these things it is not Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mauck and son. 'i

the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be pretension on our part to say that we Mr. C. E. Mauck, who have been f
continued at the regular subscription; rates are privileged to stand for what every spending several days at "Dixie," thepretty
until notice to stop is received. nation would wish to stand for, and home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. I
Telephone Namb-r ...................... 21 speak for those things which all hu- Thomas on Lucerne Circle returned t
manitv must desire." yesterday afternoon to Arcadia. Mrs.
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 191;). Had the president's note to Germany Thomas is the daughter of Mr. and
represented> anything less than Mrs. Mauck. Up to a Standard---Not Dov/n to PriceIt

If a clerk wants a vacation he has this inherent idealism of the American Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Hyser, of
only to tell a woman the actual size of people, it would have been greeted ; Carmin. 111., who have been visiting
her footwear. by no such mighty chorus of ap points in the southern part of the
proval. lie himself would not have state, arrived in Orlando yesterday y
Italy is setting o a wonderful exam- been applauded in the streets of New afternoon to spend three or four days is fully recognized by all that we have establisheda
ple of observance of a policy of look York yesterday as no other president looking over this section, with the
before leap. has been applauded within the mem- view of returning in the fall to spend standard of values and price
you new our
0 ory of living men. When the West the winter. supre-

Lake View avenue since it has been minster Gazette called the note to Mrs. Angie Hungerford and Mrs. is also
Germany "the greatest single event of fully acknowledged.
Such Mary G. Richardson were among the macy
bricked looks like street.
a new "
the: war, it had in mind the spirit and visitors
season departing yesterday
transformer is magic brick.
a purpose that shaped the note, and afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine
0 that; spirit and purpose are the soul for their respective homes in the
The man who plants shade trees of the Republic. North. The former will spend the Ta-rS: : SrLX: S..ALE
along his property will have a monu- It is because "the force of Americais summer in Detroit while the latter .
ment through the years greater than the force of moral principle, that
< can be purchased at any price. there is not anything else that she have goes spent to Hamburg several winters Mich. in They this both sec- Which will only last FOUR DAYS, commencing THURSDAY
o loves, that there is not anything else>
tion and have planned to return in the
According to some outsiders who for which she will contend," that the will confirm still further this acknowledgement. This sale means
would the columns country has responded unanimously to fall.Mr.
would contain run a newspaper only marriages, deaths President Wilson's leadership. He i sterling. J.and E. progressive Moseley, one citizens of Gotha's four busy days of SILK SELLING---and selling at a price hitherto -
,
real estate transfers, beauty hints, stands forth not merely as chief magistrate was
baseball dope, and stock quotations.Take of the nation, not merely as among yesterday.the visitors lie to here the for county the sea unapproachable by ourselves or any other store in Florida.
o executive head of the government, but was purpose -
> of meeting Mr. J. G. Wood, who
one good look at Woodrow as principle the very without embodiment which of the that Republic moral arrived on the afternoon train from : : WE MEAN BUSINESS. AND WE MEAN TO GET BUSINESSi i
Wilson's Do believe
photograph you could not live.Germany Cincinnati. Mr. Wood will spend the AND OUR PRICE REDUCTIONS WILL DO IT.
for one minute that the president's next ten days in Orange county superintending -
superb and massive law is an indica- could make no graver the of
developing large

tion that he "is too o proud to fight?" correspondent Blunder of than that to sentiment.of misread the World the The, significance Berlin whose- orange out in grove the Gotha which section.he has recentlyset a Every Piece of Silk in the Store Reduced j

.
"V.-P. Marshall speaking at Tal- news sources are exceptional, telegraphs Mr. and Mrs. Herman, who have '
lahassee Monday said that the United that "Germany will not deviate been coming to Orlando for several
States does not want war because the one iota from its submarine years, and who are destined to come t
women are opposed to it. Surely he warfare against England," which presumably for many more to spend the fall, win- SALE COMMENCES[ { ON THURSDAYAnd
was not speaking about domestic war. means that it will continueto ter and spring months, as they de-
o ; pile Lusitania massacre upon Lusitania clare this city to be the most ideal in
Flags will float from the flag staffs : massacre if possible. This opinion the world as a winter resort, left yesterday continuing Friday Saturday until Monday (the last day) :
f.- throughout Orlando and in fact the is "based upon a knowledge of the over the Atlantic Coast Line ,
entire country, June 14, the 138th an- situation here and the temper of the for Ridgewood, N. J. During their
niversary of the adoption of the Stars i governmental, army and navy circles absence they keep in touch with affairs SUMMER WEATHER IS SILK WEATHER---act accordingly. j
and Stripes as the flag of the .United the: press and the people." Be thatas in this section through the Sen-
States. The American Flag Associa- it may, there is an American tem- tinel. |
tion has issued an appeal to President that is
per not to be disregarded either -
.. Wilson, the governors of all the states and that temper is the temper of HALF MOVEMENT : These Prices Indicate Some of theDrastic Reductions \
and mayors of all the cities to issue 100,000,000 people, who, as the presi- The half holiday movement for the
proclamations for the observance of dent says, ask nothing for themselves summer months is to be started in Or-
flag day.LE1"S except what they have a right to ask lando on Thursday, June 3. On that BLACK SILK PEAU DE SOlE (Lyons dyed)- 36 inch Pure Silk PEAU DE CYGNE

o For humanity. Such a moral force day the principal business houses of Regular $1.35 __________________Sale $ -96 Regular Price $1.00 ____--__Sale Price .86

TALK ABOUT has never been subdued by any military I the city, with a few exceptions, will Regular $1.75 __________________Sale 1.36 36 inch BELDINGS PEAU-DU-CHESS

'; SOMETHING: ELSE. force, and never will be subdued.If I close their doors at noon until fur- Regular 1.85 __________________Sale 1.16 Regular Price $1.00 ________Sale Price .86
Berlin ther notice. This is a continuation ofa
When there's no war news that can not see that, Berlin is :
seems to mean anything in particular blind to the greatest fact in human similar movement inaugurated some BLACK SILK CHIFFON TAFFETAS 36 inches 36 inch CHIFFON TAFFETAS

to the average editor he throws in a history. years ago, which has proved quite a Regular $1.00 __________________Sale .76
Regular Price $1.00 __ _Sale Price .86 3
The delightful innovation for clerks and -- --
few remarks of his own as to the time American people sometimestreat Regular $1.25 _____________u___Sale .96
when the will end. He has forgotten their government lightly. business men. 36 inch BELDINGS and SWISS TAFFETAS
war They
_______________Sale 1.06
: that when it began, such was .habitually treat their politics lightlyand Regular $1.35 -- Regular I Price $1.50<< ____ __Sale I Price 1.26
the impetuosity of the German spirit their political issues lightly. But WILL SHARE IN PROFITS Regular $2.00 __________________Sale 1.56 u
to grab Paris by the throat again, it they never treat their ideals lightly. Local Ford owners who purchasedtheir Regular $2.50 __________________Sale 1.86 SHIRTINGS AND TUB SILKS
was quite commonly supposed by the They never permit those ideals to be cars between August 1, 1914, BLACK SILK TAFFETA inches- 32 and 36 inch

'c same average of editors that it was trampled under foot, no matter what and August 1, 1915, are now assuredof Belding make guaranteed for two seasons. Regular Price 59c. ____ _____Sale price .36
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going to be what have made it the the cost of protection be. It the $50 rebate, the 300,000
we may cars
may _____________Sale Price 1.26 __
fashion to call a "whirlwind cam- not be easy for the German govern having been sold during the fiscal Regular $1.50 Reegular Price 75c., 90<., $1.00 Sale
." Six to ten weeks was to seethe ment in its present state of mind to year, with a month to spare. Henry FRENCH FAILLE FnA CAISE. 36 inches I'rice ____________________________ .19
finish of another such activity in show to those ideals the respect they W. Ford has authorized the statement Lyons Dye Regular Price $1.25 _______Sale Price .86

.. the field as ended at Sadowa in 1866. deserve but the need of so doing is that the money will be paid back. All Regular $2.25 ____________Sale Price .$1.76 Regular Price $1.50___--___Sale Price 1.26
During the winter it seemed as if the imperative.One who purchase Fords before next Au-
end of the spring must surely see the of the Paris newspapers calls gust will share in the rebate. BLACK SWISS I>DUCHESSE 36 inches 40 inch RADIUM SILKS

end of the war too. We know now the president's note to Germany an Regular $1.00 _____________Sale Price.6 Regular Price $2.00Sale Price 1.36 J
that the end is not in sight. ultimatum. It was not an ultimatum NOTICE TO TilE PUBLIC Regular $1.75 ____________Sale Price 1.16
When Lincoln called for 75.000 men in form or in substance but the spirit Owing to the increase of business BLACK SWISS I>DUCHESSE inches 40 inch CASCADEUCREI'E ,
for three months' service, a few da'safter back of it is an ultimatum and that and having received a car load of L36 Regular Price $1.75 ________Sale Price 1.26
Regular $2.00 _____________Sale Price
spirit is the
the Southerners took Fort Sum- spirit to which the presi- plumbing goods, we have moved our
ter, it was generally reported that dent gave expression yesterday. To- olumbing shop to 208 Boone street BLACK FRENCH MOIR ANTIQUE: AND SPOT AND SHOWER PROOF FOULARDS
Secretary of State William II. Seward day "we are privileged to stand for and will make special low prices on MOIRE FRANCAISE 36 inches Our season's leader cut specially at

had said he believed three months what every" nation would wish to all plumbing work for the next 30 Regular $1.50 _____________Sale Price 1.16 75c. ______________________Sale Price .16
stand
would the end of the Whether for. If Germany does not wishto
he see really did say so war.or not, may I stand for it, so much the worse for days.SALLAS & SALLAS, Plumbers, Regular $1.95 _____________Sale Price 1.16 CHENEY FOULARDS

not have been certainly known by Germany. America has spoken. 5-20-31 208 Boone St. BLACK COAT SATIN (Beldings) In exclusive pattern lengths of 10 yards, no

anybody. When General Sherman, -- -- Regular $1.25 _____________Sale Price 1.06 two patterns or colors alike. Every one this
after three months of our war, including .J
Bull Run ventured to suggest BLACK SWISS LOUISINE, 36 inches season's productions Regular Price $10.00

t hat it might/; last three years, official : Regular $1.50 _____________Sale Prict 1.16 The pattern length of 10 yards, Sale Price 6-86
Washington and the press of the coun- 1
LIBERTY SATIN 36 inches inch RAJAH SILK
try that fed it, were amazed and BLACK 27 pure yarns
huffy-indignant upon that the general Regular $1.25 _____________Sale Price ..96 Regular Price $1.00 ________Sale Price .56 '.

should lend his name to a guess which BLACK SILK SERGE 36 inches 36 inch CHINESE SHANTUNGS .

could have only a depressing effect lasted on Regular $1.50 ____________Sale Price $1.26 Regular Price 75c. --_____--Sale Price .56
; the national spirit. The war
I four years. When there isn't anythingto BLACK JAPANESE HABUTAI 36 inches Regular Price $1.00--------Sale Price .76

say about this war except to guess (Lyons dye waterproof) Regular Price $1.25 ___--_--Sale Price .96

how long it won't last, let's talk about Regular $1.00 _____________Sale Price .76 36 inch CREPE CHINESE SHANTUNG

something else.-Exchange.0 Regular SL23; ______________Sale Price96 Regular Price $1.50 __--___Sale Price 1.16 :

f THE SPEED CRAZE. COLORED SILKS.36 inch ORIENTAL STRIPE GLISSADE SILKSRegular
fr Here's a record for a month that 40 inch Pure Silk CREPE DE CHINE _
Price 85c. Sale I rl'e16
t ought to be studied by automobile i Regular Price $1...0 ________Sale Price 1.16 ---- --
f owners and drivers generally with a 36 inch JAPANESE POMPADOURS
t view to doing their share toward making FOR RENT AND SALEThe 36 inch SILK POPLINRegular Regular I Price $1.._,.J- Sale Price 96
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a different record for this month, Price Sl.OO Sale Price ;6
one that they can point to as the result 40 inch SILK AND WOOL POPLIN 36 inch TAFFETA POMPADOURS

h I of following safe and sane ideas Regular Price $1.25 __--___Sale Price ..96SPECIAL Regular Price $225Sale Price 1.16
of motoring.One .
> hundred and twenty-eight hu- Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America

man lives were lost in automobile ac- i Street. Lot 671x332. House is modern and containsseven
t' cidents in the United States in April I
just ended. I Ii rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
i; Two hundred and ten persons were I NOTICE!
bearing fruit trees. Ornamental and i _
\ injured, fifty-six seriously. plants shrubbery.
Speed cost the lives of five score. \

score Speed others.resulted in the injury of tent I This sale should appeal to our out-of-town customers very

their Twelve drivers cars,trying moving to at great beat speed trains, strongly. We will gladly send samples of any silks requestedand

"" over tives.crossings, were hit by locomo- in addition pay all express charges en any purchases made.


V ded feitin Seventy, in.every cars instance, "hitting human it up.life" skid-for- S. Y. WAY OUR MAIL' ORDER DEPARTMENT IS A BOON TO MANY, IS IT TO YOU?


Records show that eighteen pedes-
trians were killed. In several instances -
the fault coroner's juries
i_ found, rested on the pedestrian. In Insurance and Real Estate Agent
the majority of cases>, however, the
cars crushing out the lives were

speeding.A> significant. feature of the April!' PHONE 172 IIICKSON"IYES CO B'

t record is that many accidents were : :
due to the acts of drivers who had re-
Gently purchased machines.>
J Seventy speeding cars skidded and
I. lives were sacrificed to speed. Going
r at top notch is dangerous as drivers Favorite Place"
i 1 know dangerous to themselves and "Orlando's Shopping !
those whose safety is in their keep-
ing and also to others walking or
driving in the streets. ORLANDO :-: :-: FLORIDA

The record for April ought to lend
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OX THE COCIAL CALENDAR wearing apparel, and a very accept- 5 Cents
able sum of money were noticed ,1 1 1
Thursday, May 20. among the display. Home friends in
Pinafore, Orlando opera house, evening New York remembered the absentone ... .. .. . .. .. . .
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by several gifts. Refreshmentsof TODAY'S PROGRAM:
Kil Kare Klub, :Mrs.: Frances Wood, a most attractive variety were
Thornton Park. served, including grapefruit punch, Reliance. "The World Upstairs."
Rosalind musicale, Rosalind Club cake, ice cream, candy and fruit. Ata American." "The Crucifixion of Al
rooms. late hour the party dispersed, wishing GRANDTODAY Brady.
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Friday, May 21. their genial hostess many happy K j"stone. "Colored Villainy."
Orlando schools complete year's work. returns of the day. Heat}'. "Drifting South.
Sunday May 23. Among those present were Mrs. Five cents to all.
Baccalaureate sermon for O. II. S.graduates Sam Dale, Mrs. Sarah Eaton, Mrs
Dr. Stagg, Presbyterianchurch. C. E. Anderson Mrs. D. L. Brokaw,
Mr. and Mrs. William of I
Boyce
Mrs. Geo. Barker, Mrs. Chas. Philips,
Baccalaureate sermon for the senior :Mrs.: A. R. Longa Mrs. A. II. Gau- Revere street, are spending several;: I GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0
class of the Cathedral school, St. thier, Mrs. May Bell-Stevens. Mr.and weeks with relatives and friends at I
Luke's Cathedral, 7:30 o'clock, by Mrs. Frank Helms, Mr. and Mrs. Carl their York.OSTEOPATHY.former home, Glens Falls, New I We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D. Jansen, Miss Xetta Carpenter, Miss i
represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different -
--0- Corinne Barker, Miss Marie Stevens;:,
CONFEDERATE REUNION and Mr. Fred Philips. from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should

IN RICHMOXD.: WORLD FILM CORPORATION visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry andprecious
t Charming Southern girls of this PINAFORE i stones.
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state have been chosen to representthe TOXIGHT. I iI I .1 I I; .tttlm
Florida division and various indi- One of our lady readers received a iI Presents Of DR. J. C. HOWELL I' ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
vidual camps at the annual Confederate letter yesterday from a cousin in New I ,
reunion, which will be held next York city, in which she writes: "Dur- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon: 16 n
month in Richmond, and those con- ing the week I have walked along Riverside CLARA KIMBALL YOUNGIn Kirksville Graduate i i -. -[OJl'jCJ
templating attending will be particu- to watch the battleships. Per- Consultation Free I A.
larly interested in the following from haps we ha\en't much of a standing Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
.fIt.e Richmond Times-Dispatch: army but the navy looks imposing Hotel. I
"Richmond, the historic capital of and last night from our south win- Office Phone 716 Residence 1018 I
the Confederacy, old in song and dows we looked out over the Hudsonat ; STEI' BY STET'Ar'iiii
story, will be the focus for all eyes the fire works, which created "LOLA"By Orlando, Fla. I : :; ; -
have
for the next few weeks, culminatingin enough noise and light for a dozen .: we climbed in the paint business
the great Confederate reunion armies." Owen DavisA 1 until now we are at the top. Hard
June 1, 2 and 3. From all parts of -0- '. LucernelTODAY work, honest prices, fair dealing and
the Southland they will come, those The event of the season: Pinaforeat pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
gray clad men who bore arms againstthe the opera house tonight. This is Schubert Feature PhotoPlayin
invader over fifty years ago, anda the first nautical opera to be heard in \ contributed to our success. Every
gallant company they are, indeed. this city and you can't afford to missit Five Acts. -, = article you purchase from us is backed
I They will be accompanied by their ; indeed, you can't. Come and havea r----i' by our personal guarantee. Just
own distinguished commanders and good laugh and you will keep on -3, ::z;:=::::=_:: name your wants and leave the rest
officers and a coterie of beautiful laughing all day tomorrow; you cer- .. F
girls as maids and sponsors, and the tainly will. It is better than a tonic. :/ to us.
entire city will be decked in the flags Pinafore is all to the good.
and colors of the Lost Cause to greet -0- 10 cents 20 cents II 1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
them. The daughter of the great BACHELOR GIRLS "OLD ISAACS OX'S
205 S.
Orange Avenue
chieftain Lee, will be here to add hon- ENTERTAINED. ,
or to the occasion, and his granddaughter DIAMONDS"A
is to be sponsor-in-chief fo charmingly COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

the Veterans. The governors of many the Country Club by Miss Guilda Hap- Kalem Special Feature com-
of the Southern states have already persett. There were three tables of
indicated their purpose of coming to players. Mrs. Fort won the guest plete in two parts.
Richmond for the reunion, and the prize, a deck of cards, and Miss Elizabeth -
town will be thronged with visitors to Branham won the club prize,
do honor to the Confederacy. two pretty handkerchiefs. Brick ice
. "Widows and daughters and grand- cream, cake mints and almonds were "IllS SOULIATE":
daughters of yet other honored men served. The guests were Mrs. Louis
who battled in the war between the Dolive Mrs. A. L. Fort Mrs. Gordon A Lubin Comedy.; WRIGHT SEED COMPANYIce
states, as well as the women who he- Wright, and Miss Prudence Malone. -
roically aided at home, have been invited The club will be entertained Tuesday I
and the various entertainments by Mrs. Fort.SOCIETY .
planned in their honor will be unus- "THE WORTHIER MAN"A Ice Ice
ually brilliant ones. In Henry S d- NOTES
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picture is drawn of the last reunion The Ladies Aid of the Methodistchurch
held' here, and this vigorous young gave a picnic dinner at the Eggs Butter Milk
Virginia writer has pictured with home of Mrs. Wright, on Rock lake,
strong and vivid colors the gatheringof Tuesday. The gentlemen came to din- SPLENDID SHOW.
the gray in Richmond. In just ner and had a good time. At three ROOf 64RDfNTO
such a manner as Mr. Harrison has o'clock the usual Aid business meeting -
written it for generations that shall I was held.
come after us, will the whole parade FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
present itself in June. It will be a :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mcllvaine,
wonderful pageant, the worn, gray who have been the guests of Miss DAY BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
uniforms of the old soldiers, the tat- Willie Person will return to Tampa
tered battle flags of the Confederacy, tomorrow. They will make the return -
surrounding the fresh young faces of trip in their automobile.
the sponsors and maids, who have -0- r
been chosen from among the flowersof The feature on the society program "THE HONOR OF THEORMSBYS"
Southern beauty and charm. There for today is "Pinafore" at the opera
will be music and new flags and young house. A great sale of tickets has
soldiers, mingling with the old. The been recorded but there are still a A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAl
survivors of the V. M. I. cadets aNew t number on sale at Estes'. A :Modern Society Drama. A
Market, where those gallant --0-
youths received their baptism of fire The Twentieth Century Club passeda Feature in three parts. Established 1886
and blood, will march by the side of most enjoyable afternoon with Mrs.S. .
the cadet corps from the institute to- A. Robinson yesterday, continuing Mary Fuller and Matt Moore.
day. There will be wonderful stories the reading of Queen Mary.
retold and old comrades remet. The -- -
Confederate reunion here next month Another one of the subscriptiondances CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
will write a fresh page upon the an- which are proving highly pop
nals of the history of the city, whoseevacuation ular and enjoyable was held at the
took place fifty years ago Country Club last evening. "ANIMATED WEEKLY"The
in such sorrow and tribulation."
--- Latest Happenings of the LOANS
. A BIRTHDAY MRS. EMMA P. GORSLIXE
PARTY. world.
The many friends of :Mrs.: C. S. Mrs. Emma P. Gorsline, aged 68
Fleek, of 118 West Central avenue, years, died Friday at Caroline Center. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
deemed it fitting that her fifty-eighth She is survived by one son, Milton, of
birthday anniversary should be recog Brookton, and one daughter, :Mrs.: R.
nized with appropriate demonstration. E. Foster of Santa Rosa, Cal. The
In goodly numbers they wended their funeral will be held Sunday afternoon A Ladies' Silk Parasol given
way to her attractive home last even at 2 o'clock from the Congregationalchurch
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ing, much to her surprise. They pro at Brookton. the Rev. Fred away at 9 o'clock.
ceeded to make merry the hours witgames Brown officiating. Interment will be
and sociability. Many were in Quick cemetery.-Ithaca (N. Y.)
the gifts bestowed upon the deserving Journal.
hostess. A beautiful bouquet of Eas For Sale
ter lilies, a shower of birthday cards, Get the news in the Sentinel rst. 10 cents 5 cents

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t Lake Site SENTINEL NOTCE OF ELECTION J-JuInber. hauls ct11dhllbles .

Notice is hereby given to the registered -
voters of Ocoee that there will
; be an election held at that place on
WANTSThe :Monday June 7, 1915, to decide upon
incorporating the town. 5-7-4w
Two :I ,

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Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want OHT-ANTX )
i Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. Dr. S. S. Jones

f Terms Cash in Advance. CHIROPRACTOR

136 acres with beautiful fron- RATESFor graduate Davenport College' 17 and Cement Plaster and
tage on two lakes. Knock Out One Day ______________25(. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone Royal AgatflB Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
|15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c being restored to health by chiro-
For One Month ____________$ .50 practic adjustments the new scienceof r
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
25 words or less. If the ad con- free. 12-24-lmo
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for
.. $20.00 per acre. each additional word for each in-
sertion.If .

\ See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to DoctorsBUCkllJilstcr GAS IS THE FUEL Of NO

counts payable opened the following by telephone day.will be OSTEOPATHS& Bmndagc DISAPPOINTMENTST


Every Home-Every Business
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat (
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Sentinel Want Ad. Kirksville Mo.

Watkins Block PHONE S04 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
FOR SALE National Bank. Phone 578.

FOR SALE-One Ford auto, in good
FOR 90 DAYSYou condition; some chickens and two
window frames and glazed sashes. You can be sure you will never be disappointed by
Going north and must sell. Apply
can buy foundation 206 East Church street. 5-16-6t PHONE 646 your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS

stone building blocks, side- For Eight Cylinder Cadillac RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control it
walk tile, or anything in my FOR SALE-Chalmers touring car,i
fully equipped first class condition may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of
line at reduced. Call around ; FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
bargain. Inquire 32 West Church. bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out
and let ;surprise ? on
me you Phone 422. BARNARD & SON
prices. just right.

FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, 17 Hughey Street Orlando FIa. AND TOO it is economical. Turn it on when you need .
F. D. GORE, 5 passenger in good condition; extra 12-10-lm
it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal dust sootor
equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.

Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. 5-8-lmoc You will be interested in knowing all the improve-

FOR SALEA ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic
J t clean nice cash business for a lighters etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man
lustier, on easy terms; requires only Orlando Wood Yard
small cash payment, balance' to suit to explain.ORLANDO.
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
4-9-tf Removed from Pine St. two blocks I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Office corner Orange Avenue andChurch cottage, seven rooms and bath ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., modern conveniences, roomy porches,
Phone 419.Toasted. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. all times. .
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FOR RENT-FOR If looking RENT for a choice B. KINGSLEYPHONE

Rice FlakesThe furnished house, for small family WATER & LIGHT CO
for summer; low rental; immediate OXE 344DON'T
occupancy; address Fred B. Dale, 306
choicest of Cereals and Anderson street, Orlando Fla.

just the article for breakfast -15-6t GAS DEPARTMENTService

during the summer months. TO RENT for July and August, a two
room apartment with kitchenetteand
bath room, in Boston, Massachusetts
next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent
for the two months $50. Emily Curtis
SmashThe Wisher, 500 Boylston street Boston, WORRY
Grape Mass. 5-12-6tc

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most delicious hot FOR RENT-Five room house, No. 9
West Robinson avenue; $15.00 per
weather drink.Comb. month. Apply A. L. Beck Lumber If you are disappointedabout
Company. 5-14-6tc ,
getting a new Eas-
FOR RENT Cottage, for the summer -
ter Suit we can put your
Honey Yancey., or by the year; cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. old one in good condi- will Service will

BUYERS AND SELLERSI tion for just such occas Start Pnr S rin Wat r Start

made from the orange blossoms. buy sell rent and change real Ions. May 10th May 10thIn
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., -
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me. .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. .

CARUTHERS & GORE WANTED Dry Cleaning all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

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

[L New Modern Grocery WANTED department having fifteen POSITION-A stores years desires experience young position man in Pressing and Repairing service in this line and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to .

where ability and merit would war- the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Orlando .

I t Phone 200 rant Address advancement."Y," care Sentinel.Best references.4-28-tf Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
f 6 and 8 East Pine St. WANTED-To buy good clean rags
at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf COOLER Free of Charge.

t TO ECHANGE-For house and lot and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
I in Orlando lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 Floral gallon.No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.AN.ALYSIS.
\E $2.ooTAMPA acres Mahlon unimproved Gore. ; extra good 4-28-tfc land. Designs


LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please :
r return to Morton Jones & Son, bus .
( line. 5-13-tf
.violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.
MONEY TO LOAN .
Martin, County on Judge.good security.Wm. Rollins College, Florida.
5-18-3t Winter Park Florida, April 19, 1915H.

Umbrellas recovered and J. M. CARUTHERS B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando Florida.
; and repaired careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that
"while you wait," at Young's Repair Dear Sir:-I have completed a you
Shot 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc brought to me last week and have obtained the following results:
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
RETURNMONDAY TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse SPRING WATER
repairs of all kinds done
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; COLOR __________________________..____.Clear-
MAY 1m screen doors and windows a specialty: ; Under New Management REACTION _____________________________Neutral
: garages, office fixtures; window and FREE AMONIA ____________________________None.
f door prices.frames 18 East made Church to order.street.Get our A ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ________________None. .

postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo Smyth House CHLORIDE ______________________________6 Parts Per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
Tickets good on all] TOTAL SOLIDS ________________________8 parts per 10000000.46 grains per gallon.NITRATES .
Regular Trains ROSES for commencement.AND CARNATIONS Miss for Kate sale Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. _____________________---------Trace

Final Limit Ronson, Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t One Block from Court House HARDNESS ___________________________38 Parts Per 10000002.217 grains per gallon. \
May 13th The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
LOST-Somewhere on the streets of FURNISHED ROOMS AND monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating: contamination.
VIA Orlando Saturday evening, a police- BOARD
man's "blackjack billie." Finder please Rates by Week. of the body.
Day or Summer
return to city clerk's office and receive The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Atlantic Coast LineStandard reward. 5-19-3tc Rates Now On. amount of chlorine indicates. its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionally

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB MRS. J. II. McCAMY: good quality.
Located in the Arcade Building A very desirable feature ol tms spring waver is its softness containing less than onefourthof
Railroad of the South All work guaranteed and neatly the amount of calcium: and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
done. Our work is the best just about enough, as many authorities think for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof

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

old clothes made new.
375
Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c.
9- Suit dry cleaned pressed___60c. West Jefferson Street

Suit All Palm pressed Beaches------scrubbedand ----___40c. Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

.DR. L H. RAMSDELi pressed ---------___50c Hand Wood CompanyWood
REPRESENTATIVE
LOCAL
OPTOMETRIST Mohair suits pressed ---___25c.We .
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds "
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE W. \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store. Phone 444

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICES
OPTICAL REPAIRING Phone 613. -
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The new management of Ivanhoe Amusement Park, Auto service will run on schedule at a charge of lOc.
The Attractions Are
otherwise known as Russell's Point wishing to give this each way for adults children under 12, 5c. No charge for

Park a more attractive name, has decided to pay TEN McINTOSII 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 I i
All answers must be sent to P. O. Box 338 Orlando I
this park. The selection will be made by three judges. Thewinner's MOTOR BOAT TRIP AROUND LAKE
not later than Friday noon, May 21st 1915.
t 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 PIEGt:

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

or Saturday morning, May 22, 1915, at 10 a.m., and will PICNIC GROUNDS
Saturday, the Opening Day will be CHILDREN'S DAYat
remain until 11 It will be open seven days every
open p.m. BOWLING AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS WILL
the Park. Bring the children and picnic on the grounds.

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

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BILL FOR ARCHITECT BOARD Spencer to J.1.. Wilson, Jr., of this FROM HERE AND THERE AND I I NEWEST SCIENCE r rI WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH j:I I Are there ways of increasing. my use-
GOES TO GOVERNOR city. Mr. Spencer has just returned EVERYWHERE YOUR LIFE? fulness to the world?
I I I Why have I not achieved perfect
from a trip among the Big Cypress About the smallest eye shade yet health?
Tallahassee, Fla.-The bill creatingthe Indians and states that somethingmust Australia is rapidly increasing her invented is worn on the nose like a The June Woman's Home Companion -i What does my body require to be put '
state board of architects and pro- be done immediately for them imports of iron and steel manufactures pair of glasses.The says that no matter what your into the best physical condition?
viding for regulation and examinationof but declares his inability to cope with steam and other engines, locomotives only complete ancient Roman idea of success is :you should, from How do I measure up in-
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their time to time take an inventory of Integrity? ------
all architects practicing pro- the situation on account of there be- electrical machinery and agricultural standard in existence is owned by an yourself. Too many people go along Kindliness? _n________________
fession in the state passed the senate ing no government funds for the In- implements. Englishman.Two _____ _
and been by the dians. from day to day without any attemptat I Love of justice? _______
today having passed
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Courtesy in the home and in the
Frenchmen living in Cochin self analysis. In connection with I
house formerly was immediately cer- The appropriation for the Florida It costs between $350.000,000 and
conduct of business? _________
tified to that body as notice of como Seminoles, which congress has made S400.000.000 a year to maintain the China have invented a wine made the following article chart on this which subject the appears individualis the I Truth? _______________________
pletion of legislative action on it. It before although included in a bill by Czar's peace time troops. The pay of I from the juice of bananas.A Have I the of associ-
advised to fill out for himself: respect my
now goes to the governor for signa- Senator Fletcher did not go throughthis privates is about 20 cents a month; I new household convenience is a CHARTof ates? __________________________
ture.Before last session. The appropriationwas sergeants about 30 cents a month.I I spigot so mounted that it will deliver Possessions and Possibilities What are my qualities that leave me ;i
my
pasage the bill was amendedso subjected to a bitter attack from -()-- hot or cold water to a kitchen sink, What are ideals? open to their criticism? _______j _
as to make $20 instead of $25 the Representative Mann of Illinois and Boys and girls in Vienna under the I laundry tub or wash basin. What are my habits? uuunn_ What improvements have I definitely
license and further amended so as not was lost. age of 14 have been ordered to serveas Italian scientists recently recorded That have my I accomplished nnnun to date? in mind to carry out ____________
less than all the from Fort u
Walking
to apply to buildings costing way hospital orderlies.
a of
temperature 138 in the victim ofa
Whither shall I arrive if I
keep on as
$5,000. This bill was introduced in Lauderdale to Kissimmee for medi- -0-- disease
I lung the
Himes and is cine several Indians in highest figure ever at present?- U. S. TO TEST NEW GAS BOMB
the senate by Senator were recently The tobacco plant has grown larger' known in human
a being. In business life? ____ __
ON ITS CONDEMNED j
and effective this revealing the destitute my uu
regarded as a good ditions city them well con-the and more profuse in the United States'I Small transformers, which can be In my health ________________ CATTLE
measure. among as as than in other
any country. screwed into electric
light' sockets
to In and social environ-
Big Cypress denizens. While here my family Chicago.-Beginning next week a !
they were received with hospi- -()- permit the use of low voltage lampsor ment? ______________________ series of exhaustive experiments will
SEMINOLES IN NEED OF HELP every Rudyard Kipling's novel, "Kim, high
voltage circuits,
are a German In what direction am I J.'oinJ.-' be conducted at Fort Sheridan, under
tality by J. M. Will son, Jr., and wife has been translated into Chines. .
(Minnie Moore Willson) and novelty.A Backward and downward? ______ the supervision of United States army
Kissimmee Fla.-Destitute and bor- rendered medical aid Dr. J.were M. -- -- new garbage pail holder raises it Forward and upward? _________ officers with the chemical bomb re-
by Taken the
starvation is the conditionof world over, the annual from the
dering on ground out of the reach of
In what way can I increase my mental cently invented by Dr. L. R. Fowzer.
Hicks, local
the Seminole Indians of the Big a physician. average rainfall is 60 inches. animals, protects it from rain and sur- power? Condemned cattle will be the sub-
Cypress district according to a state" I rounds it with a shield for the sake How can I increase my earning jects. Dr. Fowzer declares their
ment from Indian Commissioner L. A. The want ad.s the thing. I Get the news in the Sentinel first. j Hof appearance. power? death will be instantaneous.
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property, also Ticket Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00.Iortgage ;
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: In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situation Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats
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:: S. Y. Way returned :yesterday
afternoon from a business mission to
\, ;. Tampa and St. Petersburg.Mr. STATEMENTOF ,
and Mrs. Omar Doran and
daughter left :yesterday for their THE ,
home in Shelbyville, Ind. : !
:Mr.: J. E. King left yesterday for
Bridgeport, Conn., where he will be National BankAt
engaged during the summer. Peoples

Mr.:: and Mrs. W. Z. Locke left yesterday -
for Roanoke, Va., where they
expect to make their future home. the close of business May 1, 1915 .

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilkins, of the
: ( Altamonte section, were among the
1 shoppers visiting Orlando jesterday.

the StateThe Mr. E. II. McNeill left yesterday RESOURCESLoans
to
Loyalty afternoon for Plant City where hewill
spend a day or two on business.Mr. .
and Discounts_____________________$406,155.07
Laws of Florida W. J. Steed, of DeLand, was
rigid State Banking among the visitors to Orlando }-ester- Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73

must be complied with to the letter or we day.Mr. Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.
W. II. Moriarty: of Pittsburgh:
lose our charter. Under their safe pro- Pa., is among the late arrivals at the S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

San Juan hotel. Other Bonds ______________1_______-___ 13,55G.OG

visions the depositors' money goes largelyto Mr.the F.city II.visiting Beaufort his, who mother has, beenin Mrs.E. Real Estate, etc. -_________________ ____ 37,300.32

the development of home industries. Penley, leaves tonight on his return Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,3-1221 ,
trip to Mobile, Ala.
Loyalty to the State-and the advance- Mr. Frank C. Jones and family, of
Omaha, Neb., have landed in Orlando 971,272.24
ment of your own personal interests- and will build a home just west of the
city and make this their abiding place. LIABILITIESCapital
i should induce you to open an account with Mr and Mrs. Chas. Jordan left last

the night on the 12:30 train for Boston until, _________________________________$ 50,000.00 9 .
Mat-b., where they will remain
the first of October. Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00

State Bank of Orlando Miss Ella Switzer, who has been Undivided Profits --------________________ 9,529.0-1
visiting her brother, Mr. O. T. Swit-
zer, in :Miami, returned to Orlandolast Dividends Unpaid -____________________ 8.00

evening. Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ G40.23

Little Orlando:Miss yesterday Edna Williams afternoon arrivedin from Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00

Lakeland on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Deposits _877,595.13
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R. P. Johnson. .
Mr. J. B. Mills returned to Orlando
yesterday afternoon from a week'svisit 971272.24
to points of interest in the southern -
part of the state. GROWTHMay
Messrs. A. M. Bristol and C. '.
\ r well known citizensof
Tompkins Taft mingling were business with pleasure : 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90

in Orlando yesterday.Mrs. May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84

W. L. Whittenberg, who Sarah has :May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80
been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Pipkin, has returned to her home in May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00
Tampa.Mr. .
: and Mrs. A. II. Laird departed
yesterday for Royalton, where they
I will spend the summer, returning to ,
Orlando in the fall. .

:Miss: Hester Ley, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. J. B. Ley, who has been one
of the efficient school teachers at Mulberry -

in Polk county, arrived in Or- III" .. .. : . IMIMIMIIillMIi t. --- n II w w n__._._ _.wow.-- _
lando yesterday.Mr. .
:: Evans Alexander, of Tampa,
Summer Cooking arrived in Orlando yesterday morning
over the Atlantic Coast Line. lie expects -

Shouldn't Cook section.Mr. to. spend several days in this

: and Mrs. J. D. Anderson, wife
the Cook and two sons, arrived in Orlando yes- MAXWELL MOTOR CARS
terday afternoon from Bartow, and

Getting dinner ready have Lodge.Mr. .secured apartments at Oak

in July is just as com 1 : W. A. Whitcomb, a prominentreal

fortable as in November estate man of Bloomington, Ill., I
arrived in the city last evening. lie i : Fully Equipped $750.00A
-if you use a is making his headquarters at the San
Juan during his sojourn in the city.
FLORENCE OIL
:Mr. A. B. :McIntyre\ the popular
COOK STOVE. traveling representative of the Skin-
"The Turning Point in Oil Stove History" ner Manufacturing company, Dunedin, good Car backed up by a

The heat into the spent yesterday in Orlando in the in-
goes FLORENCE terest of his firm.
good CompanySold
cooking, not into the Miss Bee Heltzen, accompanied by

kitchen. It does Oil Cook Stoveswork her nephew, Thos. False, has departed -
your for a lengthy visit to relatives and
friends in Richwood Davis, West Vir-
well and reliably
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"Look for the Lever" ginia, and other points in the North.
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and keeps you com Congressman W. J. Sears was

fortable. It requires less watching and regulating among the prominent Floridians
t spending the day in Orlando yester-
r than a coal stove. day. lie reports things at his home, By
Kissimmee, as looking exceedingly .
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You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot bright.
: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas and San Juan
Garage ji
t or merely simmering flame. daughters will leave Orlando tomor- Company
row in their large touring car for
r Come in and let us show you how these Florence Boston, Ga., where they will visit relatives -
for a while and then make a
Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No general tour of the states.

Wicks to burn out. No halves to leak. Once :Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ Austin :Mertz\ of Newark -
N. J., are among the recent arrivals -
r started, each burner will keep going at the same in Orlando. They are making a
trip through Florida and registered at .11111. IMIMMIIitlllllllMIMlMttlMMIIIiiMM '. . .. ""HIM
power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY. the San Juan hotel for an indefinite -- ____ _n------ __u__ _. -- ---- -- --- --
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r SAFE Mrs.:\ A. W. Harman and daughter,
t who have spent the winter and spring
: season in Orlando, guests at the St.
!Charles hotel, left yesterday for Inde-

OSCAR HAND & SON the pendence summer., Iowa, where they will spend

:Mr.\ and Mrs. Wilbur E. Hill, who CHARACTER"Success" .. .
have been spending the past week in
Orlando, after visiting points of inter-
est on the West Coast, left ;yesterday ''1
,- -- afternoon for South Manchester, X. is usually understood to mean _
II., to spend the summer.
financial and usually a Savings t
success,
.1111111111.111111111111.1111111111.11.11.11..1111 t I. Mr. and :Mrs.\ Ralph Marshal, of Columbus -
Ohio, who have spent some l
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attainment.
Account is a real factor in its
: time in Orlando, left yesterday after-
noon for their home in the Buckeve
There is another success-the buildingof
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES : State, where they will remain until

fall.Mr. character-which is in large part due :r I t : & "
and Mrs. II.1.. Neilson left
,, yesterday: for their summer home in to the practice of regularly depositing in 3' 4yy''
lloot-ick Falls, X. Y. They expect to f
Whether It Is Brooch BarLPin ,, return early in the fall and will induce a Savings Account. The denials required 'J A- '
from their
others section to come ,
and life in Orlando.Mr. f '
enjoy
develop self reliance in every thrifty ; f
Pendantor and Mrs. :M.\ Lehrer and daughter -
Veronica, returned Friday after- person. .,
noon from Orlando, Fla., where they a I

other piece of jewelry :you want, you can get the best enjoyed home during the comforts the months of their of January winter, Let this institution help in your building ,- I

value for your money by coming to us. February, March and April.Springfield for the future through the medium of the. J : -

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine Advance. I' '
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Messrs. H. K. Wolfenden and Will Savings Account. \
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof II. Walton, representative citizens of

merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly : Palatka, who are making a pleasure I 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. ft
low. We also offer you choice selections and trip through South Florida in their ,
the best service. : touring car, arrived !in Orlando yesterday "Consultation incurs no obligation." fit : l
and are making their head t h )
\Ye are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it : quarters at the San Juan hotel.

-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the Guests registering: at the San
wearer. : hotel yesterday: included A. B. McIn-f I
,I tjre Dunedin: L. C. Tinker, J.1.. ,
I James. R. C. )McCall New York; G. M. !
:! Robinson W. R. Suber, E. J. Hearst. :
Leo Tyler, T. B. Deece, P. G. Russell j Orl Bank jl Tfpf P
L. H. D. Walker Jacksonville; WalterS. n t ill an
Adams, Louisville; D. J. Regan, J
T. H. EVANSJEWELER Birmingham; T. N. Burt. Jr., Leslie '
I Alonzo. II. O. Adams, Tampa; E. R. I'I'
Fagan. Bernard F. Camp. B. E. Fen-
well, Atlanta. Ed. S. Harris, ColumI I ORLANDO FLORIDA 1
bus: Austin :Hertz and wife, Newark, ,
N. J.; Abe Gregg and wife. Philadelphia -I (
: M. R. Chandler, Jonesboro
K. Wolfenden, Will H. Walton, H.I
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