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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 21, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME




THREE. ORLANDO FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915. XI MIJEK N;>.
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ROME DEPUTIES- PASS KILL'I; RING IS -BEING DRAWN RANGE

GIVE WAR POWER TO I FLA.CITRUSEXCHANGE CLOSER AROUND FORT ;, IMPORTANT INSURANCE APAcIfoU E O CO. HAS LARGEST


CABINET Directors Elected at Tampa for RESS OF PRZEMYSL i LEGISLATION PASSES I FLORIDA DELEGATIONAT

GREAT ENTHUSIASM IS EVIDENTWould Coming Year-Local Ex- KRUPP GUNS WITNESSED"PINAFORE"
changes Officers Elected Own BATTERING AWAY I AT TALLAHASSEE CHATTANOOGA


Seem That Italy Is Ready German-Austro Forces Expectto
Tampa, Fla., May 20.-Delegatesfrom FORBID INS. COMPANIES TO J. P. HOLBROOK WIRES SECOND -
to Jump Into Blood and Reduce Fort and WrestIt
the various sub-exchanges of the PAY DIVIDENDS UNDER MESSAGE: FROM
,LJ, Murder at Moment'sNotice Florida Citrus Exchange for the com- From Control of
CERTAIN CONDITIONSOther BATTLE FRONT
ing year who will form the board of I
Russians
REPEATED TONIGHT FOR
directors of the exchange for that pe-
Bills of Important Nature Holbrook Characterizes Convention -
ROME, MAY .THE CHAMBER riod were elected yesterday throughout LONDON MAY 20.-DRIVING THOSE UNABLE TO WITNESS -
the state. In addition to the directors Passed-Salt Water Fish as Greatest :Movementin
PLAY
OF DEPUTIES TONIGHT FORWARD IA NEW MASSED
each of the local exchanges Bill Will Become History for Good
AMID SCENES OF TREMENDOUS
FORMATION THE AUSTRO-GER-
elected its officers for the RoadsBy
own year. Law
, ENTHUSIASM AND EXCITEMENT The list of directors is as follows: MAN LEGIONS UNDER GENERAL A VERY SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTIONAudience
PASSED A BILL PROPOSED BY Lake county G. W. Holmes; Volu- MACKENZEN ARE DRAWING By C. F. Johnson J. P. Holbrook
PREMIER SALANDRA CONFERRING sia county, C. E. Stewart; Indian River CLOSER THE IRON RING ABOUT The Sentinel Bureau, Chattanooga Tenn., May 20.-The
FULL POWERS ON THE sub-exchange, Hon. H. G. Putnam; PRZEMYSL,, WHILE THE HEAVY Tallahassee, Fia., May 20. Was Immense and Appreciative Dixie Highway Convention convenedat
Marion H. L. Borland Polk KRUPP GUNS ARE BATTERINGAT Notes o'clock with Clark howell
CABINET TO MAKE WAR. county, ; The senate today devoted practically -Many ten today
THE VOTE WAS 417 TO 71, WITH county, Dr. J. H. Ross; Pinellas county THE FORTRESS WHICH THE all their time to the considerationof of Interest From of Atlanta, presiding as chair-
ONE MEMBER NOT VOTING. A. L. Rodin; Hillsborough county RUSSIAN HOWITZERS SHELLED insurance bills, passing one to a man. The Florida delegations were
THIS IS CONSIDERED A VOTE Dr. W. C. Richardson; DeSoto county, ONLY A FEW MONTHS AGO. third reading, forbidding insurance Bowsprit heard first. Former Governor W. S.
election postopned to May 25 Orange ALONG THE ENTIRE FRONT ON Jennings spoke for the East Coast
; companies paying dividends under cer-
THAT WILL FAVOR WAR FOR ss . . ess ss
WHICH THE GOVERNMENT HAS county, L. W. Tilden; Manatee county, THE SAN AND THE DNEISTER tain conditions, but killing the bill to followed by speakers from the Cen-
MADE ALL PREPARATIONS AND J. W. Ponder; Lee county Edward THE FIGHTING IS PROCEEDING prohibit discriminatory insurance By request "11. M. S. Pinafore" tral Florida delegation. Florida Vas
THE PROSPECTS, WHICH HAVE. Parkinson. WITH THE UTMOST VIOLENCE,, rates. will be repeated at the Orlando given one hour.
Most of the the list WHILE THE MISTS ANDHEAVY opera house this evening. A general We
AROUSED THE GREATEST ENTHUSIASM names on are OPAQUE This last bill was introduced by are considerably handicapped
. THROUGHOUT ALL familiar, having been closely associ- RAINS ARE RENDERING Senator Himes, of Hillsborough, and admission fee of 50 cents will because of lack of work prior to our
ITALY ARE THAT A FORMAL ated with the affairs of the exchange DIFFICULT AND HAVE BROUGHT provided that the rates charged in be charged with 25: cents addi- arrival here.Irospects.
' for several The annual meet- PRACTICALLY TO A HALT THE must tional for reserved seats. for our looked
DECLARATION OF WAR WILL BE years. Florida not be higher than those . . . . success
MADE AT ONCE, OR PERHAPS ing of the exchange is to be held June OPERATIONS OF MAGNITUDE IN charged in other states under similar brighter this afternoon. The fourteen
IMMEDIATE ACTION WITHOUT A 11 at Orlando.In THE WEST. conditions.The Dixie highway commissioners will
FORMAL DECLARATION OF WAR. addition to the names above '* bill authorizing the organization By Mrs. Jessica J. Branch make a final decision, but the resultas
General Manager Jones had received CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIANSMEET of mutual fire insurance compa- The nautical opera, "H. M. S. Pinafore yet is purely speculative.Wire .
Italian Demands the following names of people electedto nies finally was sent to the engrossing ," was given in the opera house pulling and exciting speecheswere
First, the cession of the entire prov- the Orlando sub-exchange: committee to add the amendments last night Jto a capacity house, and all features of the day.
ince of Trent (part of the Austrian Orange County (Orlando-R. L. Memphis, Tenn.-Several hundred adopted. This bill will become a law who were so fortunate as to be present There are many notables here,
Tyrol), according to the frontier of Byrd, president; E. F. Sperry, vice- commissioners and minsterial delegates and allow local fire companies to be left in high good humor and with among them being Carl Fisher, Tom
the kingdom of Italy in 1811. president; A. B. Johnson secretary- were registered at the opening organized on a mutual basis. words of praise for the director and Taggart, and others. There are great
Second, eastern Friueli, comprising manager; L. W. Tilden director to the sessions here today of the 85th gen The bill that would have diverted all who took part in the opera. demonstrations of all kinds every-

Malborgeth, Plezzo, Gradisca, Goritz, Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa; directors eral assembly of the Cumberland funds now in the hands of the inter- The Mendelssohn Club gave this little where.
Monfalcon, Comen and as far south as E. F. Sperry, Orlando; Dr. C. Presbyterian church.U. nal improvement fund for drainage to opera at a great cost of time 1aborand Orange county has the biggest rep-
Nabresina. R. Switzer, Winter Park; J. E. Mer- pay claims of certain counties on old money, and the gratifying success resentation of any from Florida.
Third, Triest, Capo d'Istria and Pi- rill, Plymouth; A. L. McLean, Ocoee; S. TO LEAD IX IDEAS railroad bonds issued to build the which crowned their efforts, the I Other states have delegates here
rano (the last two in Istria), to forma R. L. Byrd, Winter Garden; L. W. road from Jacksonville to the Chatta- excellent acting and singing, and the by the hundreds and the fight will not
new state independent from Austria. Tilden, Tildenville; E. Curlett, Geneva Washington, D. C.--The United hoochie river was killed after an able enthusiastic and unstinted applause end before Saturday.
Fourth, the islands of Curzola, Lis- ; A. H. Foss, Longwood; H. Ly- States will be a world leader in ideasas fight by Senator Hudson. from. the great audience made the This convention is the greatest
sa, Lesina, Labosta, Cazza and Mele- man. Forest City. a result of the European war, ac The house today passed the saltwater task seem lighter.Mr. movement in the history of the country -
da (off the coast of lower Dalmatia), cording to Dr. Philander P. Claxton, fish bill with a few slight Carr has met with many dis for good roads.Chattanooga .
to be ceded to Italy. ANOTHER MEETING MONDAY OF federal commissioner of education. He amendments, and it now appears the couragements in the loss of members
Fifth, the abandonment by Austriaof "BARBECUE" COMMITTEEAt made this prediction in an address to bill will become a law and conserve from one cause or another, but has Tenn., May 20.-Delegations -
her interests in Albania, acknowl the meeting of the executive and the graduates of a fashionable semi the salt water fishing industry of the toiled on, indefatigably, the result be from any cities and sections
edging Italian sovereignty over Avl entertainment committees of the nary here last night. state. ing one of the finest entertainmentsever within the state of Florida and Geor-
na. Board of Trade Wednesday there was presented to an Orlando audi gia, that are contesting locations on
considerable discussion as to whether ence. the proposed Dixie highway from Chi-
Washington, :May .-The British. entertainment should be given in the HIGH SCHOOL "ECHO" OUT T MAY IS SURELY JANUARY Judge Cheney, as Sir Joseph Por cago to Miami late this afternoon .
embassy gave out the following statement evening of June 11 for the visitors at ter, K. C. B., was at his best, givinga completed the presentation of their
,I tonight in reference to the detention the annual convention of the Florida laugh-provoking portrayal of the arguments before the state commissioners -
. of cotton cargoes in Great Citrus Exchange. It was the opinion Contains Fifty Pages of Live So Quoth H. Carl Dann, Who Is haughty lord, and was a very hand from the seven interested
Britain: of representatives of the local sub- Reading Matter-Being Doing a Rushing Real some Englishman at that. J. C. Law- states, who opened their meeting here
"The embassy is informed that the exchange that there would be a very Distributed Estate Business ton was an ideal captain, and sang today to select a route for the high
British government is doing all it canto few visitors remaining in the even Today These Da'sCarl his part in a truly artistic style, being way.
expedite the purchase of cotton car ing. It was thought that an immense heartily encored several times and I Representatives from five other

goes and is in direct communicationfor barbecue for 5,000 people would be The vacation number of the High Dann said yesterday that i it graciously responding each time. His states will be heard tomorrow, and .
this purpose with an American sufficient evidence of the wholehearted School Echo singing was a delight to the ear and the designation of the route will be
is today being distributed must be January instead of
cotton representative in London. hospitality of the Board of Trade. May as all in the best of taste. Ralph Rack- made Saturday.
Payment will be made without delay In view of these conditions Secretary to the subscribers. The current there is great activity in real estate straw, the seaman, was ably represented Advocates of the two competing
in each case to the proper partieson Estes introduced a motion that no entertainment edition is bound in white with gold circles. Mr. Dann sold Mr. Chas. P. by D. A. Cheney who learnedthe routes in Florida, the Central and the

the proof that they are the persons be given in the evening. I lettered title. From twenty pages in Dow several lots on Colonial Drive. splendid part in less than twoweeks East Coast, were heard from, while
entitled to a payment and on their However, following discussion it was I the Christmas edition the Echo has Mr. Dow made this purchase for his time, and was a pattern of a arguments were presented by repre-
furnishing the evidence of a contract thought that time should be given to I grown to a magazine of fifty pages i in daughters and he proposes to erect a fine British tar. sentatives from three sections in
price. The need of these particulars the proposition and consequently Mr. this issue. New departments have modern bungalow for them. Mr. Harry Voorhis, as the villain, Georgia, comprising the cities and
now is the only obstacle in makingthe Estes' motion was laid on the table been added, old departments have Mr. Dann also sold to Dr. II.1.. was clever as an actor and correct asa sections between Chattanooga and Atlanta -
payment." and the question will be considered been enlarged and improved. The inside Beardall a beautiful camp site on singer, receiving a double encore for Atlanta and Macon Macon and
..Jjpng":* detention of cargoes of cotton Monday at another meeting. of the magazine is illustrated Lake Conway, and sold to J. B. Long his eccentric dance in his interviewwith Jacksonville, and no less than six different -
a. *'Jsh ports and continued difficul- I with numerous cartoons, several ex "other excellent camp site on Lake the captain. Bill Bobstay was a routes being proposed over the
tieV.. / shippers in getting a settlement YESTERDAYS RESULTS cellent half tones are also found. Gatlin. He also sold Wm. Beardall I most attractive seaman in the per last mentioned stretch of road.
'). -from the British government are I In a strong editorial Mr. Xewvll a camp site on Lake Conway. In addition son of S. K. Guernsey, whose comedy There was also a proposition to
two matters which are said here to National League brings before his readers the need of to these sales he made anotherto work was well received. have a branch route from Albany,
demand a new note to Great Britain. New York 2, Pittsburgh 6. physical culture training in the school, Mrs. Ida Nurick, a pretty lot on Miss Helen Hoskins as the mid ship- Georgia to Tallahassee Lake City,
Brooklyn 1, St. Louis 3. and also makes a plea for an en Colonial Drive. mite, was sweet and discerning and Ocala, Tampa, or at least to extend
NOTES FROM THE BOWSPRIT OF Boston 2, Chicago 4. larged school curriculum. gave her role in a very comprehensive the highway from Lake City to Tam-
II. M.: S. Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati Misses Beulah pa. The route from Jacksonville
PINAFOREThe 6. McClure, Agnes JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER. JR., ON manner being much the youngest
American LeagueSt. I Hamper and Hester Bedinger class of TIlE STAND member of the company. Miss south on the East Coast would pass
ushers were certainly a cos Louis 2, New York 4.. '16, contribute entertaining sketchesto Leona Benner was a charming Jose through St. Augustine, Palm Beach
mopolitan collection, ranging all the Chicago-Boston, rain.ClevelandWashington. the fiction corner. Social happenings and Miami. 1.
Washington. :May 20.-Jno. D. Rock- phine, her ease and grace of manner
way from City Commissioner Robertson cold. I are interestingly chronicled b y'':'feller Jr., who appeared late today and beautiful make-up combined with l .
". with his silvering gray hair down Detroit-Philadelphia, cold. Misses Annie Henderson and Theresa I before the United States commission her correct singing, made a lasting CIRCUIT COURT
V. small barefooed boy in knee Federal League I Warner of the seniors. Athletic news on industrial }relations read a statement I impression upon the audience and The time of the circuit court was
:lists and soiled shirtwaist. St. Louis 1, Buffalo 11. is given in pointed paragraphs by prepared for him by President greatly aided in the success of the taken up yesterday with the trial of
That clog by: Dick Deadeye, Chicago-Brooklyn rain.BaltimorePittsburgh Willis X. Rogers. Welborn of the Colorado Fuel andIron evening. Pinkey, who is charged with the murder -
.J "Shorty" Voorhis, brought down the rain. For several years the school alumni company dealing with the conviction Mrs. Joseph Cheney as Cousin Hebe of Charley Johnson at a dance
house until the church deacons and All scheduled. have failed to reorganize. Miss Bessie hall in Winter Park the
of John Lawson a labor lead- was real comedy and amused and de on night of
pr Archers: had to Saugh. "Short).'" South Atlantic League Quigg emphasizes the desire of j er. who. was recently given a life sen- lighted those who know her in a high March 6. Both parties are colored. ;i
., should break into comic opera instead Charleston 2, Albany 4. the present class to see the alumni j;tence for murder committed during ly creditable way. Mrs. Cheney is a The defense is represented by C. P. ;
of wasting his time counting money Savannah :3. Columbus 2. playing: an active and important part the late strike of miners. comedienne of the first water. Dickenson and Davis & Giles.. State's f
in a bank.J. Southern League in the school life. .1' Welborn's statement denied that the Little Buttercup was ably interpreted i Attorney Jos. H. Jones is assisted by
L. Giles and II. L. Beeman were ;, Little Rock 0, Atlanta 2. "Echoes" is the title of the joke department company had anything to do with the by Miss Reba Hilborn,-whose Hon. John C. Jones. The state's with I
k both there but on Itheir intimate Memphis Mobile 6. and a most appropriatetitle I conviction of Lawson but admitted 'grace i i of manner and fine diction i I nesses were examined yesterday af- I
,..friends recognized them because they I Chattanooga 0, New Orleans 1. it is, as this department has been I that some of the company's employeswere singing made her innumerable friendsamong j ji i ternoon and the case will probably !
!:... 'eft their mustaches at home on the Nashville 1, Birmingham 7.PRF.SR1"TERLINS filled by the editor, Miss Ruth Mc- called as witnesses. ChairmanWalsh .i her hearers. I to the jury this morning. I

Cullough with a collection of bright of the commission asked Rockefeller i I I It is safe to assert that the opera ofi
5 Judge Cheney and family can start OF THE SOUTH sayings from members of the -LIBEL SUIT Jl"Jt)1..
graduating if it were true that these witnesses i i Pinafore was a notable success andI \Y REPORT I
.. an opera troupe of ;their own. They GATHERING AT NEWPORT class.Altogether. were detectives employed by I I i marks a red letter day in the historyof I! Syracuse X. Y., May 20.-The jury i
4 f. all seem at home either. in heavy tragedy Xewport News, Va., May 20.-The the vacation number of his company who pretended to be musical Orlando. ;Jin{: the Barnes-r.oo eveIt libel suit retired -
or vaudeville. Presbyterian general assembly of the the Echo is very good, indeed and reflects I strikers and went through the strike j The accompaniment of II. F. Sie-I|I for the night at 11 o'clock without I
Bill Bobstay made eyes at Little] South began here today its 55th great credit !
on those who .
an have ,and afterwards went on the stand to wert was a fine piece of work and a delivering a decision. They are
6 Buttercup from start, to finish. nual session with nrost of been '
the charged '!
hundred three with the task of securing I swear away the life of Lawson. most creditable support for both director i. j#'to report at 10 a. m. tomorrow. .I
accredited and I
s'r commissioners arranging material. Too and singers. No better playing
We aim to "have and to hold" your from the churches of fifteen states in i great credit can not be given the efficient I and made possible the many improvements could be asked for and Mr. Siewert is I THE WEATHER I
r, business. Curtis & OXe'| attendance. The
book sessions
stationery business
*. will con- manager, Kimble F. I which are to be seen in the a musician of which a city of this size Florida: : Local showers Friday and I
and music store. I ::-e for ten days.
Hughes who
financed I
the undertaking "Vacation Echo. should be proud.
: i I l probably Saturday.
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and Rubber RoofingsCornices DAILY SPORT LETTERBY I Temperature.High Low. Frec. Bar
Monday ______ 88 68 .:'o CC
Tuesday ______ 90 70 .,l4 CC
Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
FRANK G. MENKF Wednesday ___ 78 .0 .1'9 CC City Drug* StoreJ.
Thursday _____ 88 69 .35 rc
The Famous New York Sporting Friday _______ 86 63 ___ C I
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO Expert. Saturday _____ 93 6-1 ___ C
L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
New York.-"More public golf Sunday _______ 9. 70 ___ C
courses!" is the cry of the ever increasing Never do a thing gratis today that ,
army of golfers in every I some one is likely to pay you to do
I part of the United States, and it i*< I
WILL MOVE TO 10 EAST CHURCH STREET likely that the big city governments :tomorrow. ,
will make answer by constructing! : ad- I -
That we may better serve the public, we have decided ditional courses for the use of the .

to move up town. After Tuesday the 18th, we can public
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In Greater New York where the GolOllial l } Hill
be found at 10 East Church St. We will have the most golf fever is raging fiercely and cor-
raling hundreds of new victims each ,
centrally and conveniently located feed store in town, CAREY HANDFUNERAL
day, there are only two public courses
where we will be pleased to serve all customers old and -one in Brooklyn and one in Manhattan -
new, on the same terms as heretofore. Island. And there are at least You hear about Co-'
50,000 persons who want to use these
courses which have a total normal DIRECTORAND
THE COOPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. capacity of less than 1,000 frames a lonial Hills.

L. D WITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 day.On Sundays the crowds start to arrive You read about Colo- EMBALMERAll

at the golf links around 5 o'clockin '
nial Hills.
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the morning. The city controls the
I parks and issues tickets that entitle I
You talk about
Colo-
the holder to play around once, but calls answered
Promptly Dayor
one's chance to get on the links depends nial Hills. I

One golfer upon one's arrived early at arrival.Van Cortlandt Sooner or later I I'I Night. Hand Block.
park at 6 a. m. on a recent Sunday. you
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER lie thought he would be "early ''
an will
buy in Colonial
bird." He found 75 golfers alreadyon Orlando Florida.PHONE
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in line the course waiting and their more turns.than This 100 more golfer Hills. Why not NOW! .

t, finally got his chance to play at 12
It will give you satis- 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
o'clock-a wait of six hours. In disgust -
r Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne he quit playing at 3 p. m. after faction and profit.
[ on negotiating 10 holes in three hours
owing to the crowded condition of the
with plenty of Foliage course.In .
I every other city of metropolitannature
where there are public courses CARL DANN Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
. and Trees. I there are at least a hundred times as .
' many golfers as there is room in the
links. But the municipal authoritiesare =
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1 Price $2000.00 that golf has become a game of the
masses as well as the classes, now.
They realize that it has as many
i probably more-plajers than baseball Pure Ice Cream.I
I and before another year comes
I around some new municipal golf links
f C. A. HOVEY'f courses may have come into being.

Here few remarks I
are a on golf by I
Miss:: Alma Whitaker, of the Los Angeles you want PURE ICE
Examiner, who knows golf as For Party
I CREAM call for HAND'S. If
few know it, and who can express it .
in a way that is wonderful: I you don't believe that we take Club
"The golf devotee solemnly assures
you that golf is a facsimile of the I the greatest care in its manu'Ve make our Ice Cream from .
Church SocialSchool
came of life, and he knows whereofhe facture come up and watch us
speaks. tubercular tested cows. All
"Physical is of little make it. You will be surprised 1 Social
perfection account -
moulds and everything
f SPRAYINGFor in golf. A mighty arm that can at the care every detail is given. cans
drive a ball within the limits of the used in the manufacture of our Lodge
straight and narrow pathway counts Any kind you want, any time
White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In- I i for less than the weaker stroke that Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
t- secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites !i sacrifices distance for accuracy. you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
t' infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur I! "In golf it is yourself against the from a quart up. ized.
' world. Not yourself against a mor-
; Compound. 'I tal opponent. Both he and you are You are cordially invited to
t These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings striving to overcome the obstacles and inspect our factory at any Hands Pure
k' can be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely difficulties which nature has placed in
time. Ice Cream
insure clean trees and bright fruit. your path.

Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing need"Golf for brings self control home, self poignantly confidence the,
f cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and mental orderliness, spiritual peace.
i you will have no regrets at the end of the season. To attain the goal the mind must be

concentrated'the matter with in solemn hand."earnestnessupon HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

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following is the weather report PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
t Orlando Florida for
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PINE CASTLE ITEMS Rev. R. J. Brewer will]] deliver a I[ Arrangements are being made in I''. II MiMIMMIMMMMIIilllUMIMillllliiMIIMI Mill IIIIIIMMHM t

memorial sermon at the chapel next Orlando for beautifying Lake Lucerne
Pine Castle, Fla., :May 19.-Mr. J. Sunday at 11 a. m. Everybody come. 1;
B. Stinespring and family have moved Regular memorial services will be Circle and Lake Eola park by estab-

from their home on the peninsula to held at the chapel on Monday May I lishing a series of ornamental lamps
their new home in Schumann Heights, 31, at 2 p. m. Everybody welcome. d
Orlando.Dr. I about these two famous and beautiful {

N. L. Bryan and family, of The sinking of the Lusitania was pl "ces. The new lights will be on [
Lakeland, have moved into the resi- of Prof. Simmons' I j
the main theme '
dence they recently purchased from 'highly attractive pedestals and will ,
Mr. J. B. war review lecture Wednesday morn
Stinespring. illuminate the park and Lucerne Cir-i
'-.Mr. C. II. Hoffner and family are ing. These weekly reviews on cur- f
enjoying the pleasure of a new Ford. rent developments in the war zones of cle most artistically. Orlando is fast |
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy visited
Europe are exceedingly interesting becoming one of Florida's most beautiful I j
with relatives in Kissimmee Wednes
.. day.Mr. the students, and are far from being cities. The improvements underway i j THE BIG STOREThe
and Mrs. Wm. Wigman will !i the least valuable part of the week's I will greatly add to her attract-
chaperone a party of our young people work. i i iveness.-Times-Union. i
on a hay- ride to Orlando Thurs- I
will attend !
day evening where they a -----
route picture home.show, and enjoy a luncheon en !

Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Goodwill and
Mrs. Homer Sheldon left Tuesday for Summer Excursion Rates
their home in Ashtabula, Ohio.A I
business meeting was held Sun-
day afternoon in the new Baptist $33.00 $37.75 $43.50
church by the people of the Baptist $31.50 Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices : :
congregation. Their plans and arrangements Louisville Cincinnati St. Louis Chicagoand
will be announced later return and return and return and return '
Low rates to all other resorts, Great Likes Canada. IVn ky Mountains. Yellowstone.I
on.The Christian will hold asocial Silt lake, California Expositions,etc. Fur information addressH. I
t Saturday evening, May 22, on .C. BRETNEY,Florida Pauenger Agent,LouisTule NastiTilie Railroad,
the lawn at Union Chapel. 134 West Bay Street, (Bell Phone 167..Jacksonville,Florida
The distressing accidental death of

W. Armstead Ford, Friday, from the _. a
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tire community. This young boy-13
years of age-with little friends went .
out in the woods west of town to look
for huckleberries, and while crossing
h through a cypress swamp, and help-
ing another child over a log, was t t ?
struck on the ankle by a snake. s're-
posedly a moccasin. Being a distance Satlirday Night Specials
from home, it was some time before
help could be summoned and the child
taken home. Drs. Edwards, of Orlando -
and Filbert, of Pine Castle, both
attended the boy, and all known reme-
. dies were applied, but the lad died in
the evening after hours of terrible FROM TO
7 10 O'CLOCK
suffering. W. Armstead Ford was the LjIJZ2FTo
oldest child of Mrs. Ford Smith and
the late Rev. W. H. Ford, and was a
Message
native of Virginia. His funeral was "
held at his late home on Saturday afternoon the BusinessMen No. 3
and was conducted by Rev. -
R. J. Brewer. Interment was made in of Orlando
Powell cemetery.The .
moccasin is particularly activeat When a good salesman goes out after business, he first puts on a clean collar
this season of the year, and the and gets his shoes shined. Then he looks like more business-and he's madea
long spell of heat has driven them out flying start toward getting it.

of the ground to seek the cool of Likewise, a community can go after more business-and get it. The "clean I OUR PRICES ARE OUR ARGUMENTSA i
shade and damp places. They
are
collar and shiny shoes"of this town are the well-painted stores, the bright, cheery
frequently seen now, and as they are
extremely venomous, it behooves us homes, the fresh, clean-looking buildings. The pan paint plays in building up
, all to watch out where we go in the local pride cannot be put in figures-but its good effects are recorded on the local
woods. merchants'sales sheets. Buy good paint. We recommend

. TAFT ITEMS REAL SENSATIONAL SALE

Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead
Taft, Fla., May 19.Harvey Rae,
who has been spending a few months' ?
at Lockhart, has returned to his home
here where he can find pure enjoy- and Dutch Boy linseed oil. There is nothing else so satisfactory, so lasting and
ment.J. cheap in the long run. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your
A. Simmons spent a few days at .j"*?l r today. .
St. Cloud last week, visiting with
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY SECOND FLOOR GROCERY DEPT. BLEACHED MUSLIN
friends and taking in the sights of
the "Wonder City." LADIES' SAILORS CRISCO LARD
A telegram was received by Her- "": -. """I '.:p'I """"- ... All colors Yard wide, soft finish,

bert Tice last week bearing the sad 55.00 quality $1.00 Bucket for 10 yards to a customer..
news that his father, J. II. Tice, was
dying at his summer home at Pit- Special 90cSECOND 5cSECOND
man, N. J. He boarded the midnight
train for the North that night. Mr.J. The Orlando Meat MarketT. $2.89
II. Tice was one of our highly respected FLOOR
winter residents who owns FLOOR
considerable property here with an A. YANCY, Manager SECOND FLOOR Toilet Department TRIMED HATS
elegant residence on First street. He, PULLMAN: SLIPPERS

with time his ago wife to ,spend went north the summer.only a short He Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice BOYS SUITS.BASE All BALL colors All colors $2.00 quality All late styles, values up

was a veteran of the civil war and a $1.23; quality to $6.00 for
Florida and Western
Meats
member of Taft Post No. 37, Depart- $1.19 -
ment of Florida, G. A. R., and chap- 98c $2.89SECOND
lain of the DOSt. I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.Special .
The speaking, or "medal contest," I SNAP FASTNERS I
was conducted under the direction of I
I Attention Hotel and Out of Town FLOOR
the W. C. T. U. at the chapel Thurs- to Orders THIRD FLOOR Black and White, all
day evening. Miss Cora Sphaler won WASH BOARDS SILK SHIRT WAISTS
Business P. O. BOX 226 sizes
the silver medal. / 135
PHONES Splendid Grade 25; cent
Mayor A. M. Bristol and W. A. Residence |133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.NOW's 3c dozenSECOND In white, I lace trimmed
Levis were among our representatives quality ;
S in the county seat on Saturday.Last some embroidered, $1.25 \
IScMEN'S
Saturday evening a large and 1.50 quality
crowd assembled at the Nelson House FLOORCHILDREN'S
for a sort of wholesale good-bye and 98cLADIES'
"bon voyage" for Miss Frances Nel- HALF HOSE STAMPED:

son, J. A. Simms, and W. H. Phillips, I 15 cent quality, special DRESS PATTERNS
all of whom are soon to start for a THE TIME
visit in the North. The evening was lOc $1.50 quality FANCY

spent socially with games, music, etc. PARASOLS
75c
Dainty refreshments were served, and I to get ready for the rainy season.
all went away wishing them a safe All new styles special
journey; a pleasant summer visit, anda PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITIIFINLEY'S SECOND FLOOR Your choice
speedy return where a hearty wel- Toilet Department GROCERY DEPT.
GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
come will greet them, and unlimited One-half Price
Yantines Perfumes
theirs BROOMS:
enjoyment to experience in the
paradise of Taft. $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's all odors 25 cent value None Better :Made ,

Joe Ahik, of Sanford, is spending a ;
few days in town for a vacation tak- 19cGROCERY 65 cent quality EXTRA SPECIAL
ing a rest and getting acquainted with Pioneer 1
I his family. 44c SUITINGS AND SKIRT-

Miss Frances Nelson and Mr. W. H. DEFT INGS,
Phillips left*Monday morning on the Plain and
A. C. L. for Toledo. Ohio, to spend CORNER COURT AND PINE STREETS HAMS THIRD FLOOR fancy weaves,
the summer, but wilt return before Kinghans some of them part silk,
the cold weather comes. I Armours or Star ALUMINUM SET, 9 pieces, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50

including Roaster,
18c qualities
$2.50 quality

1 SECOND FLOOR $1.69 25c

STAMPED SHIRT WAIST
LADIES WHITE CANVAS '
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PATTERNS SECOND FLOOR J
Fine White Crepe, 50 LADIES' GAUZE VESTS PUMPS: AND OFORDS ;

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South Florida Sentinel W. S. Branch CAST

MORNING AND WEEKLY The personnel of the cast bespeaksthe
i W. It. GLEN ............ .._.....Editor Randolph Rose, the Jacksonville excellence of the performance.The I
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t W r ESSINGTOX .0. .Ba in* Manager
--- saloon-groceryman, evidently believesin Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter,
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida the saying, "If whisky interferes K. C. B., first lord tf the admir-
. Second Class Mall Matter.
d as with your business, give up business." alty ________________ J. :M.: Cheney
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Randolph) has a big ad. in the Jack- Capt. Corcoran, commanding II. M.
1 Year ...,.................... $5.00
Daily Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 sonville papers announcing that the S. Pinafore ________Cestia Lawton
Daily. S Mohths ....................eo 1.25 Davis law will compel him to close Ralph Rackstraw, able ___
seaman
. Daily. 1 Month ....................... ..WWeek.1y. I -
I I out his grocery department becausethe __________________ Donald Cheney
............ $1.00
1 YearALL ""''''
law the sale of
new prohibits any Dick Deadeye, able seaman ___u__
SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN food where liquors are sold. __________________ Harry Voorhis
-- Bill Bobstay, boatswain's mate____
ADVERTISERS: The Conway brick road is fine, if a ____________ S. Kendrick GuernseyTom :
Copy for display and all other hand-set fellow could only buy the right of Tucker, midshipmite ___
ad.-ertillinc must be hand a in at the businessoffice un
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. way so that he could have the sole ______________ Miss lIelen Iloskins
., the day before publication. This .rule. appliesto use of the brick long enough to run Josephine, the captain's daughter
chances for contract: ad trti ing; it is
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. down and back. Miss Leona Benner I "BIG" SALE
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::; Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued --0-- Hebe, Sir Joseph's first cousin Un
should notify the office in writing on A chocolate tinted negro, wearingtan __________ Mrs. Joseph Y. Cheney
} the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates shoes, lavender stockings, bright Little Buttercup, Portsmouth bum-

until Telephone notice Numb-r to stop .is...received.................. ** blue trousers, pink silk shirt, white boat woman ____Miss Reba Hilborn 1
collar, red necktie, gray hat, and driv- Sir Joseph's Sisters, Cousins and

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1913.If ; ing a bright green car is a twentieth Aunts-Misses Thelma Hammond.

century automobile rainbow, don't you Marguerite Robinson, Johnnie Smith, Up to a Standard---Not Down to PriceIt

only for the sake of one's good think? Sarah Slemon, Mary McCulloujrh,

looks, it is wise to contented. --0-- I Mary Holt, Elizabeth Branham, Raie
-o Have you noticed that you do not I Harris, Lillian Smith, Millie Smith,
When woman states her reason a see "candied sweets" on the menu I Louise Allen, Lou Halstead, Helen is fully recognized by all that we have establisheda

mere man might as well cease to cards of the restaurants and eating Warlow, Elise Harris, Mesdames Y1

argue. houses as regularly as you did a few Ralph Yearby, E. E. Penley, II. E. new standard of values, and our price supre-

o weeks or months ago? Do you know Hester, R. P. Cobb, George Bansch-
After a man has absorbed a few the reason? Fifty cents a peck; that's bach. macy is also fully acknowledged.

eye-openers, he finds it impossible to the reason. Sailors Messrs. Hoyt Taylor, Rob-

keep his mouth shut. --0-- ert Bellamy, James Roaner, George
o If the United States had gotten intoa Banschbach, Joseph Cheney, Clarence T ii IS SILX S..A.LE ,

While you are planning your sum- war when Mr. Taft was presidenta Johnson, Ralph Yearby; Frank Williams .

mer vacation, Mexico may soon be in lot of men could have stood behind E. R. Thompson, Richard Which will only last FOUR DAYS, commencing THURSDAY,
a frame of mind to welcome visitors. the president.-Times-Union. Compton, T. W. Hewlett, Charles
o True, but ponderous as he is not so Swartz, Howard Lindsay. will confirm still further this acknowledgement. This sale means

Apopka is forging to the front in many men got behind him in the fall \Iarines-\Iessrs. George Bass,
four of SILK SELLING---and hitherto
busy days selling at a price -
of 1912 behind the
many ways. A new modern and up as were more Julian Harris, George Dolive, Rudolph
to date packing house is now in pro- elongated, serious looking Woowrow Wichtendahl, Bert Walker unapproachable by ourselves or any other store in Florida.WE .

cess of construction.Now Wilson.

o DEATH OF :MRS. :MOLLIE NOLANAt MEAN BUSINESS. AND WE MEAN TO GET BUSINESS-

that "Pinafore" has passed OCKLAWAIIA NURSERIES IIAVE AND OUR PRICE REDUCTIONS WILL DO IT.
successfully, the next thing to look BRANCH ORLANDO
7:45 yesterday morning death
forward to is the big Florida Citrus called Mrs Mollie Nolan, who residedat Every Piece of Silk in the Store Reduced
Exchange barbecue June 11. The famous Ocklawaha Nurseries, ; j
the corner of Boone and South .
o O.V.. Conner, proprietor, Tangerine,
streets. The deceased had been sick
People of all classes that need help Fla., have established a branch in Orlando .
but four weeks. She 27 of
are looking about for intelligent industrious and Mr. G. G. Wright will be was shears
SALE COMMENCES ON THURSDAY
in age and leaves a husband, J. II. Nolan,
well behaved, gentlemanlyboys. charge. If there are any better
and four children.
Interment will be
A boy of that kind is laying a trees grown than the ones which
good foundation for success in Ife. i come from 0 these nurseries, the Sentinel I made o'clock at this the morning.Ocoee cemetery The funeral at 10 And continuing Friday, Saturday until Monday (the last day)

0 has yet to learn of them, and it
will leave the residence at 8 o'clock":
The wealth of the United States is behooves any one contemplating en- SUMMER WEATHER IS SILK WEATHER---act accordingly.
The services will be held at the cemetery -
estimated at $187,739,000,000, orS gaging in citrus culture to call on Mr.
Hammond & Gore have chargeof
$1,965 for every man, woman and Wright before purchasing their the

child. We'll take our $1,000 right stock. arrangements. : ; These Prices Indicate Some of the Drastic Reductions : .
now and donate $965 towards a greater -
REV. LEY TO COMMENCEMENT:
navy.A BUYS TilE WRIGHT REALTY EXERCISES BLACK SILK PEAU DE SOlE (Lyons d 'ed- 36 inch Pure Silk PEAU DE CYGNE

o I STOREMr. Regular $1.35 __________________Sale $ .96 Regular Price $1.00 ________Sale Price .86 I
Baptist preacher engaged in bap- : 0- I Regular $1.75 __________________Sale 1.36 36 inch BELDINGS: PEAU-DU-CIIESS .
Rev. J. B. Ley left yesterday after-
tizing at Shelbyville, IncL, caught a I :: Evans Alexander, of Tampa, noon for Sutherland, Fla., to attend Regular 1.85;: ____________--____Sale 1.16 Regular Price $1.00 ___--___Sale Price ..86BLACK \
< bass which swam up his trousers leg has purchased the Wright Realty' and
SILK CHIFFON: TAFFETAS. 36 inchesRegular
and had the fish for If Seed business I the commencement exercises of the 36 inch (lIIFFOT.FFETAS: .
supper. any on South Orange avenue $1.00 __________________Sale .76
Methodist college and the annual
.. of our Orlando fishermen friends can and took I Regular Price $1.00 _______Sale Price .86
charge yesterday. The meeting of the board of trustees Regular $1. _____________u___Sale .96
beat this we'd like to hear from :
story, business 36 inch BELDINGS: and SWISS TAFFETAS
was established in this city which will be held at that place. Rev. Regular SI..,.> u________________Sale 1.06
them. II
seven years ago by the late Mr. W. W. Smith, Hardin the presiding elder, Regular $2.00 _______________Sale 1.36: Regular Price $L50Sale Price 1.26
o
,Wright, who by his courteous and I will fill the pulpit at the Methodist Regular $2.50 __________________Sale 1.86 SIIIUTI"GS"n: : TUB SILKS
DISTURBING :commodating manner, built up an ae-I BLACK SILK TAFFETA 36 inches 32 and 36 inch
church Sunday morning, and
-- answer
WORSIIIP. :cellent business. The new owner, : Belding make, guaranteed for two seasons. Regular Price 59c. _____________Sale price .36 >
Mr.
There have been some complaints Alexander, is a son-in-law of Rev.and 'Ley's any pastoral absence.requirements during Regular $1.50 _____________Sale Price 1.26 Reegular Price 75c, 90c-, $1.00__Sale

recently about the noise made by automobiles 'Mrs J. B. Ley, and it is predicted that FRENCH FAILLE FRANCAISE: 36 inches Price ____________________________ .19
and motorcycles while passing he will make a great success of his i Lyons Dje Regular) Price $1.25; _______Sale Price .86

the churches during service hours. undertaking.Berlin i EPISCOPALIAN WOMEN WIN A Regular $2.25 ____________Sale Price .$1.76 Regular Price $1.50________Sale Price 1.26
At times the noise has been so greatas I BIG VICTORY BLACK SWISS DUCHESSE, 36 inches 40 inch RADIUM: SILKS

to disturb worship. We do not be- now says only one torpedowas I Regular $1.00 _____________Sale Price 76 Regular Price $2.00 _______Sale Price ].;)6 .
lieve any one would be guilty of intentionally launched at the Lusitania and the St. Augustine, Fla.. May 20.-Wo- Regular $1.75 ______ ____Sale Price 1.16
men's rights gained a big victory inches 40 inch CASCADEUX CREPE .
DUCHESSE 40
BLACK SWISS
the services and loss of the
disturbing a steamer due
to
mere mention of the inconvenience of ammunition was in the interior.an explosion the Episcopal council when, after Regular $2.00 _____________Sale Price 1.36 Regular Price $1.75 _______-Sale Price 1.26 '.

caused should be sufficient. Which are we to believe: several hun- much discussion, they were accordedthe BLACK FRENCH: MOIR ANTIQUE AND: SPOT AND SHOWER PROOF FOULARDS

-o dred American survivors who declare right to vote for vestrymen in the MOIRE FRANCAISE 36 inches Our season's leader, cut specially at

annual parish meetings in the dioceseof ______________________
TIlE VACATION they saw two torpedoes, or Berlin? Regular $1.50, _____________Sale Price 1.16 75c. Sale Price16
SEASON. Florida. This does not include the Regular $1.95 _____________Sale Price 1.16 CHENEY FOULARDS
Get the news In the Sentinel first. right to hold office, however.
The closing of the school season is BLACK COAT SATIN (Beldings) In exclusive pattern lengths of 10 yards no
the opening of an important one for ;-J------- Regular $1.25 _____________Sale Price 1.06 two patterns or colors alike. Every one this

its pupils. Especially is it one of importance -[ BLACK SWISS LOUISINE: 36 inches seasons productions Regular Price $10.00

to the boys. For them it 1 I Ii Regular $1.50 _____________Sale Price 1.16 The pattern length of 10 yards, Sale Price 6.86

will be a busy, productive season, or BLACK LIBERTY SATIN 36 inches 27 inch RAJAH SILK, pure yarns

one of idleness, as they choose to Regular $1.25 _____________Sale Price ..96 Regular Price $1.00 ________Sale Price .56 \
make it. I BLACK SILK SERGE. 36 inches 36 inch CHINESE SHANTUNGS -

For many boys the farm will call, I Regular $1.50 ____________Sale Price $1.26 Regular Price 75c. _________Sale Price .:;6
and fortunate are those that will heed BLACK JAPANESE HABUTAI 36 inches Regular Price $1.00--------Sale Price .76

it. Others will mistake in assumingthe (Lyons dye waterproof) Regular Price $1.25 ________Sale Price .96

vacation season one of rest. It is. Regular $1.00 _____________Sale Price .76 36 inch CREPE CHINESE SHANTUNG

But one need not be idle to rest. Regular $1.25; ______________Sale Price96 Regular Price $1.50 _______Sale Price 1.16 '
Few sights are more inspiring than COLORED SILKS
36 inch ORIENTAL STRIPE GLISSADE SILKSRegular
to see a young man of the city guiding DE CHINE:
40 inch Pure Silk CREPE
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Price 85c. Sale I
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a plow through the fields. It Regular Price $1.50 ________Sale Price 1.16
shows ambition that attracts mature FOR RENT AND SALEThe 36 inch SILK POPLIN 36 inch JAPANESE POMPADOURS
attention. And when watch- Regular I Price $" 1.');-) Sale I Price)6)
men are -------
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Regular I Price $1.00 _n Sale I Price
ing the work of a bore that boy has a 40 inch SILK AND WOOL POPLIN 36 inch .\ POMPADOURS

future. Regular Price $1.25 _______Sale Price .96 Regular Price $2.25; _--__--_Sale Price L16SPECIAL
o Nucholls residence located at :Xo. 110 America I ..

MUSICAL INSTRUCTION: IN Street. Lot 67 / x332. House is modern and contains I
ORLANDO: PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ,
seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
Between acts at the production of
NOTICE!
"Pinafore" last evening, F. D. Carr, bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. I

director of Mendelssohn Club, I

took occasion to speak of the past and This sale should appeal to our out-of-town customers very
future of Orlando's foremost musical
organization. He declared that Or- strongly. We will gladly send samples of any silks requestedand

lando had no better asset than the in addition pay all express charges en any purchases made.
Mendelssohn' Club; that it has been

mentioned in London musical circles BOON TO MANY IS IT TO YOU?
and journals; and made a plea that S. Y. WAY OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT IS A ,

more support be given the club by the
Orlando Board of Trade and the Or-

lando business men generally. He Insurance and Real Estate Agent '
spoke of the finances of the club and /
of the difficult matter of obtaining 1

funds to carry on the work of the or- PHONE 172 DICKSON-IVES COm
ganization. But the kernel of his remarks -

was that Orlando should have

musical instruction in the public

schools, particularly in the Orlando ,
high school. He stated that the local
I "Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place"
high school was a good field to draw
- front in recruiting the ranks of the
Mendelssohn Club. Without musical I ORLANDO :-: :-: FLORIDA'I.

instruction in the Orlando high school

! there is good talent being wasted Is ,
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I .11. IIIIIIIIIIIII'/fr fit W. R. O'NEAL IS HONORED Mrs.: Mary A. Brooks, who has been


I rON {rttmto SnrirfJ I' GRAND i : : FAVORIE THEATRE ;I; ,I I The 69th annual convocation of the a spending guest at several the Keystone months, in left Orlando yesterday -,

I Grand Chapter Royal Arch :Masons: of for XashiI1e.lich.., where she

I TO-DAY I Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. : Florida came to a close yesterday at will spend the summer. Mrs. Brooks
,
Jacksonville. W. R. O'Xeal of Orlando came South with her husband in the
: THE COCIAL CALENDAR tions and trusts their matrimonial Admission 5 Cents i I
...... was one of the grand officers fall but he was taken sick in this city
will be of blessings and I .
Friday, May 21. voyage one .- -. X elected, being R. E. D. G., high priest. last March and died on the 15th. The
the absence of and <<
Orlando schools complete year's work. joys and sorrows r .lllllllllllllaJI.lllllltTOIU Mr. O'Neal is also steward in the remains were sent Xorth to his old

Sunday, May 23. troubles. : lu1 tt rs PKOGKAM Grand Council of the Order of High home and have been lying in vault.
Baccalaureate sermon for O. II. S. ..wId .
. graduates, Dr. Stagg, Presbyterian 4 :3-Big Reels--5 Priesthood of Florida. The interment will take place when
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church. SOCIETY NOTES Broncho. "The Gun Fighter." In Mrs. Brooks reaches Xashville Many I

Baccalaureate sermon for the senior OF INTEREST.The -- =--- two parts.. TRAWLER LUCERXO: SUNK: friends were at the depot to bid her tgoodbye.
class of the Cathedral school,' St. meeting of Unity Circle on Beaut}. "Evans' Lucky Day. A .
Luke's Cathedral, 7:30 o'clock, by Wednesday especially interestingand comedv.
Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D. was I'athe. "Exploits of Elaine." The Aberdeen, May 20.-The trawler
-0- greatly enjo'ed.Irs.. Sherman fiifth episode of Elaine, in two parts.
U. D. C. MEDAL read "The Story of an Autumn Leaf," Don't miss> this great serial picture Lucerno was sunk by a German submarine i POSITION WANTED-At once, by

AWARDED.The written by Clark Howell, who is an the greatest ever produced; it is getting j I forty miles off Rattray Head experienced. young lady stenogra-
better all the time. Five big: phet-V'>, kkeeper. Best of references.
following from the Pensacola uncle of Dr. Howell, of Orlando. The reels today. j i Wednesday. The trawler' crevas ..\dd'l"-,.. irixmg: part l"ularB.. care !!

Journal will be of interest to mem- story is an allegorical tale in which Admission children ;)l'.; adultOSTEOPATHY-. 111('. 1 landed. :-'l'ntnl'l. :;-:! ; *
bers of the U. D. C. throughout the the life of the leaf is likened to the I

state: life of man, and the story is told by I i -

"The winning of the medal, presented the last leaf of the fall. The simileis 4 !;; -IF- a T ALLEN'S"T:* :; i

t to the eighth grades of the beautifully drawn and is very ap- "GET IT AT U

grammar school each year by the pealing, and the reading was thor- I
the members.0 DR. J. a HOWELL I i
oughly appreciated by
Pensacola chapter United Daughtersof
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distinction and the announcement this Miss May Kilmer entertained the .e Consultation Free I

morning that Gladys Vaughn was the Tuesday Bridge Club at her home Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan i '
'I +akv.t
successful contestant was greeted Wednesday afternoon, complimentary HoteL

..with much enthusiasm by the school- to her house guest, Mrs. L. A. Spencer. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I l

mates and friends of this bright I The beautiful lawn and trees Orlando, Fla. i :

young girl. made a pretty setting for the bevy of

"The purpose of the U. D. C. in I guests in their dainty summer frocks.

awarding this medal is to stimulate Mrs. SJ.'lvanlcElroy won the guest :
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an interest in the study of the Southas prize, a mayonnaise bowl, and Mrs. LucerneTODAY
JESSE L.
LASKY
it was during the civil war, the Eston Shine the club prize, a deck of /a, ,

. days preceding it and the trying reconstruction cards. The hostess served dainty refreshments Presents the Favorite Broadway ,

times and each year all I of frozen fruit, cake and Comedy Star

pupils of the eighth grade who have I frappe. VICTOR MOOREIn o GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0

made an average of eighty-five or -- a picturization of the funniest We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry

above in composition and history for The Junior Auxiliary will have a written represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different -
comedy
the school term are allowed to com- "silver tea" at the Chapter House ever "THE VISION OF THE i. ll from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
"S OBS"FOUR
pete. This year the subject was Women next Wednesday, May 26. They are SHEPHERD"A :. visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
of the South and the Part They hoping to raise the balance needed to precious stones. .

Played in the Civil War,' and they endow a bed in the hospital for chil- REELS OF REAL Selig Special Feature com- 1

were pronounced unusually credita- dren in China where Dr. Mary Glen- COMEDY ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
plete in two parts. ,
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, BY MRS. J. M. PEDRICK. Miss Catherine Brady, one of San- -
STEIUY STEP
Program day of W. C. T. U. at the ford's pretty young misses, arrived in "THE COMBINATIONS"A a

Presbyterian ladies' parlor, Friday af- Orlando last evening to visit her + r t a. have we climbed in the paint business

ternoon at 3 o'clock.Irs.. J. L. friend, Miss Julia Bunch, at the homeof la1!< Vitagraph Comedy. until now we are at the top. Hard

Guernsey will have charge of this her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. "A POUND FOR A POUND"An work, honest prices, fair dealing and

meeting and refreshments will be Bunch, 613 West Central avenue. 10 cents 20 cents pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
served. Special music by ladies' quar- Essanay Drama. contributed to our success. Every j
tet. article you purchase from us is backedby
MEETING TONIGHT
Judge Billingsley, of Marianna, our personal guarantee. Just

passed through Orlando this week and FOUR GOOD PICTURES name your wants and leave the rest
:Members of the Socialist Party are .. OUSEPq
spent a few hours with his brother, to us. i 1
requested to attend an extraordinary ROOf GARDfNTO
P. L. Billingsley, on West street. It vT
business meeting that will be held to- > Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co ,
was the privilege of the writer to FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
night at Labor Hall 116
Orange avenue -
have a short interview with the Judge 205 S. Orange Avenue! -1
at 8 p. m. Admission is free BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL
and discuss
some of the problems of
only for members caring member- DAY COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
the prohibition work. It was largely ship cards.

through the efforts of Judge Billingsley -
NESSIM
Secretary.
that Marianna went dry, and that ;
better laws are in effect there than
IN CIRCI'IT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL "INIATTY'S DECISION"The
in almost any county in the state. lie CIRCUIT ORANGE COUNTY,

goes to Tallahassee to see about get- FLORIDAElla World's Famous Base Ball FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R.. O'NEAL.
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ting the Billingsley bill before the K. Turner
vs. Mortgage Foreclosure. Star, Christy Mathewson. A 7
legislature. Alfred Familin and Mary W. Sandlin his
wife: Walter Drennen Co.. a corporation; Established 1886 ;
-- C. P. Whipple: Isaac D. Sayre and William drama of today, complete in two .j
ARNETTE-ECIIOLS. K.Spruance. co-partners trading as C. U.
Justice Co: Gulf Iron Works a corpora
Rev. J. F. McKinnon, superintendent tion; and David Lock hart, trading as Orlando parts.

of public instruction, united in T marriage at his office in the court |'ears from the affidavit of J. E. Peacock I' j
herein duly filed that h* is solicitor for
house, Wednesday, :Miss Harriett Le- the complainant in the above entitled cause: "MARY PICKFORD IN LOVE
that it is his belief that the defendant C. I' 1
Arnette of
. nora Longwood, and Mr.
Whipple is a resident of a state in the United REFLECTION"
Eulos Grey Echols, of Ocoee. States other than the State of Florida to- INSURANCE 5 : LOANS
wit: the city of in hampton. in the State of :: j
, Mrs. Echols, nee Arnette, has been New York: that there is no person in the The story the mirror told.
one of the efficient corps of Ocoee State of Florida the service of a subpoena 1
upon whom would bind such defendant and
teachers for the past three years, and of that the defendant is over twenty-one,, years REAL ESTATE RENTALS i

much of the success of that school You acre.are therefore ordered to appear to thisBill "IllS NOBS, THE DUKE"A
and its high standard of efficiency is on :Monday the 5th day of July. 1915 the ii
same being; m Rule Day of this Court. i
in part attributable to her zeal and It is further ordered that this notice be Royal Farce. "Nuff Sed.
energetic labors. published in the South Honda Sentinel anewspaiier
published in Orange county tlor-
The groom is one of the prosperous ida.. once a week. for four successive weeks.. J
Witness. B.1.. Robinson. Clerk of the Circuit
citizens of West Orange and has Court and the seal thereof this the lit A Ladies' Beautiful Silk Waistto 1
friends day of May, A. D. 1915.
many throughout the .
county.In the uniting of these hearts the By M A. HOWARD D. C. away For Sale 1
.1. E. Peacock Atty for Complt.
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. Beautiful 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price


We have the $4500.00. A bargain. .1..

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Lake Site Owing NOTICE to the TO increase THE PUBLIC of businessand Lumber: h at11s alld S11i11gles
SENTINEL having received a car load of
plumbing goods, we have moved our I
nlumbing shop to 208 Boone street
I and will make special low prices on
WANTSThe all plumbing work for the next 30
I days.SALLAS
Two : & SALLAS. Plumbers,
5-20-3t* 208 Boone St.
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Morning\ Sentinel Want ---- .
Directory is the Greatest Want ()] {I.JANDC ,
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. 1IDr.' S. S. Jones

Terms Cash in Advance.

: 136 acres with beautiful fron- CHIROPRACTOR .

tage on two lakes. Knock Out,I For One Day RATES______________25t I 18 graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College, 17 and Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection LimeDISAPPOINTMENTS
building phone
For Three Days ____________SOc ;
$15 per acre. For Six Days ______________75c 209. Intelligent people everywhere : ------ -------- -
For One Month ____________2.50 are being restored to health by chiropractic j r
adjustments, the scienceof
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of removing the cause of disease.new Examination -
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate free. 12-24-lmo
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word for each in-
sertion.If .
See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to DoctorsBiiekiiinslci'
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts payable opened the following by telephone day.will be & Bnmdiige GASilS THE FUEL Of NO

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Every Hpme-Every Business-!!
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Man has use for a : Personal' instruction under Dr. Still I
Sentinel Want Ad. at Kirksville, Mo.

Wttklns Block PHONE 504 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
National Bank. Phone 578.


FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE

FOR SALE-One Ford auto, in good You can be sure you will never be disappointed by .
condition; some chickens and two PHONE
can buy foundation window frames and glazed sashes. 646 your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS

stone building blocks, side- Going north and must sell. Apply For Eight Cylinder Cadillac RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control it
walk tile, or anything in my 206 East Church street516Ot*
may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of ;
around FIRST
line at reduced. Call CLASS REPAIRING- !
and let melsurprise ;you on FOR SALEI-Chalmers touring car, bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out
fully equipped, first class condition; BARNARD & SON
prices. bargain. Inquire 32 West Church. just right.
Phone 422. 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you need .
F. D. GORE, 2-10-lm
it-oil when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor
FOR SALE-Studebaker
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. I 5 passenger, in good condition touring;car extra -, _____u ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue You will be interested in knowing all the improvements -
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
I 5-8-lmoc to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic

FOR SALEA Orlando Wood Yard lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man

to explain.ORLANDO.
clean nice cash business for a
hustler, on easy terms; requires only Removed from Pine St. two blocks I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER small cash payment, balance to suit
north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Office corner Orange Avenue and purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
4-9-tf ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
Jhurch St. Davis & McNeil BIdff.,
all times.
Phone 419.Toasted. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf B. W. KINGSLEY

Rice FlakesThe WATER & LIGHT CO
FOR RENT. PHONE 344
choicest of Cereals and
I FOR RENT-If looking for a choice i
just the article for breakfast furnished house for small family, GAS DEPARTMENT
during the summer months. for summer; low rental; immediate
occupancy; address Fred B. Date, 306
Anderson street, Orlando Fla.


5-15-6t FOR RENT-Five* room house No. 9 DON'T WORRY

Grape SmashThe West Robinson avenue; $15.00 per
month. Apply A. L. Beck Lumber
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Company. 5-14-6tc .
a
most delicious hot

weather drink.Comb. FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- If
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. you are disappointedabout r.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc getting a new Eas-


Honeymade buy BUYERS, sell rent AND, and SELLERSI exchange: real ter old Suit one,we in can good put condi-your Service will Service will'

estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., li Pnr S Wat
over 30 years. Have handled over tion for just such occas I Start Spring[ r Start

from the orange blossomsCARUTHERS $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. ions. May 10th May 10th


WANTED ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.

& GORE WANTED POSITION-A young man Dry Cleaning In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

department having fifteen stores years desires experience position in Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands .

New Modern G GroceryPhone rant where advancement.ability and merit Best would references.war- Pressing and Repairing service in this liner and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-

200 WANTED-To buy good clean rags lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

-at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf- Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
6 and 8 East Pine St. TO ECHANGE-For house and lot
COOLER Free of Charge.
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in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon.No .

set to budded trees two years ago; 3
acres unimproved; extra good land. .
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$16.60 Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc Floral Designs deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots. ---"- :-

LOST One bicycle wheel, between
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please'
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus :
LYSIS
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line. 5-13-tf :

f RICHMONDVA. Umbrellas recovered and repaired .Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R BAKER, Ph.D.

I "while you wait," at Young's Repair Rollins College, Florida.
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyr
Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915H.

[ TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTER J. M. CARUTHERSPhone B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
E; And ReturnVIA -House repairs of all kinds done Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

6 promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
509. 408 South Lake St.
screen doors and windows a specialty;
SPRING WATER
e garages, office fixtures; window and

t Atlantic Coast Line door frames made to order. Get our COLOR ________________________._______Clear. .
prices. 18 East Church street. A Under New Management REACTION ______________________________Neutral
postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo FREE AMONIA ___________________________*one'
i Standard Railroad of the South ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _____________Xone. .
ROSES House
AND CARNATIONS for sale
.; for commencement.liss Kate Smyth CHLORIDE _________________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd Ron son, Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t* TOTAL SOLIDS __________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon. f

Final limit by extension June 30 Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _-_______-____?_________-____Trace
Stop Overs Side Trips LOST-Somewhere Orlando Saturday on evening the streets, a police-of One Block from Court House HARDNESS _____________________________38 Parts Per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
man's "blackjack billie." Finder please FURNISHED The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
ROOMS AND
Variable Routes return to city clerk's office and receive BOARD monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30 reward. 5-19-3tc
of the body.
Rates by Day or Week. Summer
For reservations call on RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Rates Now On. The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. Located in the Arcade Building MRS. J. McCAMY: quality.A .
Orlando All work guaranteed and neatly very desirable feature ol tms spring wsr is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
I done. Our work is the best the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and

and our prices are the lowest. just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof

This is the place to have ;you the body. Yours respectfully,
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old clothes made new. CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THO:; _-. /vKER. ,

>' Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit 373; !
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
pressed ------ T --___40c. West Jefferson Street I

All Palm pressed Beaches scrubbedand ___50c Successor to I ELDER SPRING WATER CO.
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1DR. L H. RAMSDELl Mohair suits pressed ---___-23c. Hand Wood Company I
OPTOMETRIST We do ladies' work also. Give LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE (/
ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE us a trial and be convinced. Wood of All Kinds
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Clothes called for and delivered. PROMPT SERVICE W. \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
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The new management of Ivanhoe Amusement Park, Auto service will run on schedule at a charge of lOc.
The Attractions Are _
otherwise known as Russell's Point wishing to give this each way for adults, children under 12, oC.0' charge for

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

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

who first sends the name considered most appropriate for BATHING, BOATING, FISHING
All answers must be sent to P. O. Box: 358, Orlando,
this park. The selection will be made by three judges. Thewinner's MOTOR BOAT TRIP AROUND LAKE
not I later than Friday noon May 21st. 1913.WIN .
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 THIS TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE:

tioned park. RESTAURANT AND REFRESHMENT STAND

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

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

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

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produces serious derangement of the While we have changed our ideas as relatives and friends.
:Mr.: and Mrs. W. X.
vasomotor'mechanism of the to what bad air, ventilation is Gartman and
Air is bad, when it is overheated, body causes W". G. Sphaler and family were the
when it contains an excess of moisture resulting in a rise of temperature, increased just as essential to remove the heat guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sphalerat 35.OO"CLYDE'
and when it is chemically contaminated pulse, and a lowered blood produced by human bodies as it was Sand Lake Sunday. $
:Miss: Lora Tanner, of Winter Gar-
This is the conclusion of pressure, with a corresponding decrease once thought to be to remove the car-
den, was the guest of :Miss: Arrilla
the New York state commission on in efficiency, both physical and bon dioxide produced by human lungs, llobson Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. .
ventilation, as summarized by Professor mental. In addition to this, overheat- and it is now proved also to be essen- :: A. J. Richardson shopped in
. C. E. A. Winslow, chairman, in ing conduces to an undesirable con- tial for carrying away chemical pro- Orlando Tuesday. LINE"ONLY
the official of the National As- gestion of the mucous membranes of ducts which exert a measurable effect W. G. Sphaler will have, when com-
organ pleted, one of the most to date
p sociation for the Study and Preven- the nose, thus, possibly paving the upon the appetite for food. People stores in this part of the up country. DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLE
tion of Tuberculosis, the Journal of way for colds, sore throats, and at- who live and work in overheated and Part of the rooms upstairs will be fit- Fare includes meals and stateroom berth
tacks of various germ diseases. unventilated rooms are reducing their ted up for offices while the rest will
the Outdoor Life. be used for dwelling purposes, whichwe Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship
that chemical accumulations in vitality and rendering themselves
Professor Winslow shows that whileit proves an understand are all rented. Final Return Limit October 31st
The work of the commission also to all sorts of diseases, suchas
has been a matter of common belief easy prey George Barry was .in Taft yesterday -
for a long time that stagnant air was the air as a result of air stagnation, tuberculosis, pneumonia, grippe, from Orlando, making arrangements CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
bad for the body, until recently no bring about a decreased appetite for,etc." month.to They move will his occupy family the here Filbert next for schedule and further particulars
food, which in turn must have an unfavorable -'
this The New residence Palm
one knew why was so. on avenue.
effect'on the entire body.In Mrs. W. E. II. G. 'YE ZEL. Florida Passenger: Agent:
York state commission on ventilationhas I TAFT ITEMS OF INTERESTTaft Murphy and daughter,
definitely two counts the commission's experiments, the Mrs. II. D. Baggerley, of Port Tampa Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St.
proven Fla., 19.Mr.J. N. Ahik City, are expected next week
May to visit
people living in fresh air ate 4 1-2 to Jacksonville, Florida
bad air, of them for the
against one of Sanford is home on a two weeks friends in this city.
first time in history,and will probably 13 per cent. more than those living in vacation from his duties i: the office Work moves on quite rapidly on the
others later on. stagnant air. of the superintendent of the A. C. L. new brick road of which we will be .'
. prove railway. Joe is always a welcome justly proud when completed.Get .
"These Professor Sentinel Want Ad
The first indictment against bad air experiments"says visitor in Taft. Try a
shows that an increase in temperature Winslow, "indicate that fresh air is Miss Frances Nelson left Monday the news in the Sentinel first.
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Just two more days to buy elec-
trical fixtures and hantels at cost. To
THE KEY SUCCESS
sftl H. L. Haight, Church street.
Jlr. S. A. Heffield went to Sanford '

his yesterday sister. to spend the week-end with ISI1MONEY IN THE

Mrs. V. V. Sharpe arrived in Or- : 'J" ; "
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pa on a visit to relatives.
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Messrs. J. T. Branham and Wellborn -
Phillips left yesterday for Jack-
sonville on business for the Orlando I

Auto and Supply company.Dr. .

Loyalty to the StateThe "". II. Gillette, a former popu-
lar Orlandoite, arrived in the city yes- JI
terday from Lake Helen. He will remain \
rigid State Banking Laws of Florida
here until Saturday.Mr. J\ a, 4 t\
must be complied with to the letter or we Julius Loescher was among S. \, ; .'
those departing yesterday over the \ < O
lose our charter. Under their safe pro- Atlantic Coast Line for his home in r1r{ s:,

visions the depositors' money goes largelyto :\IuskegonIich.. > BASK':ANY MAN .
Miss BessieIoseley arrived in Or-
the development of home industries. lando yesterday from Kissimmee, *o WHO IS SUCCESSFUL? '
the week-end with relativesand
spend
Loyalty: to the State-and the advance-
friends. HE'LL TELL
YOU.
; ment of your own personal interests- Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Moorman left
.... f-rv.;.
should induce you to open an account with Orlando yesterday morning for Au-
gusta, Ga., where they will spend a
the month or two.
,-1f
Mr. John A. Abberger, of Orlando OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

State Bank of Orlando who represents the N. C. & St. L. rail- Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account

way, is a popular transportation offi- started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit
cial paying Arcadia a business visit
today.-Arcadia News. now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

the money.
Mr. W. E. Mosher of Washington
We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
D. C., arrived in Orlando yesterdayand
will make his headquarters at the put In our bank and compound the interest every three .

San Juan hotel during his sojourn in months.
the city.
I
Miss Emma Smallwood arrived in

Fowlston Orlando Ga.yesterday, and is the morning guest of from Mr. The Peoples National Bank

and Mrs. J. W. Jackson at their home
325 East Livingston avenue. I "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Mrs. William Parshall, who has

spent several weeks in Orlando left

yesterday for Elmira, N. Y. She was
exceptionally well pleased with her
visit to this city and will return in .
the falL
.
Rev. J. D. Renaker left yesterdayfor

Demorest, Ga., where he expectsto II III III Illl III I tlllllill 11111 II 1I11 1111111111111111111111'11 rrrlr..II:......._
remain for some time. He was :
accompanied by his grandson, Master i-
Summer Cooking Howard Rucker, who returns to his i i--

home in Richmond, Ky. IIi"
tSp
Shouldn't Cook ) JT w
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barker and chil-

the Cook dren, who have been visiting Mr. and Ij! MAXWELL MOTOR CARS
Mrs. P. P. Amick, left yesterday

Getting dinner. ready __ morning over the Atlantic Coast Line :
for their home in Morgantown, W.
in July is just as com- [-

fortable as in November Va. I1 Fully Equipped $750.00A r
Mr. J. G. Kirkland, division passen- i: .
-if you use a ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line,

FLORENCE OIL t with headquarters in Tampa, was in

Orlando yesterday looking after mat- Car backed
COOK STOVE. "The Turning i"ti" Oil Stove If iszory" good up by a
ters pertaining to the interest of his
The heat goes into the road.
FLORENCEOil good CompanySold
cooking, not into the Your printing expresses the char-

kitchen. It does your Cook Stoves acter of your business. If you have a
business that appeals to an intelli-
._ work well and reliably, "Look for the Lever" gent clientele, don't handicap yourself
-
and keeps you com- with ordinary printed matter. Let us

fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan show you something different and in-
dividual. Phone 24. By
a coal stove.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Field, of Redding -

,. You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot N. J., arrived in Orlando yester-

or merely simmering flame. day the and fore will part remain of in next this week.section Theyare until i San Juan Garage Company | j jMMIIMMillMM

Come in and let us show you how these Florence making rather'a late visit to Flor-
ida, but as they expressed it, want to
Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No .
see the country in the "between sea-
Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once sons."
r
J started, each burner will keep going at the same Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Walton and . . . . . . . . .. +llilillMi. 'III. .

power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY. daughter, Miss Maud, have returned -- --
to their home in St. Paul, Minn., after ---

F r SAFE spending a delightful season at vari-
ous, places in South Florida. They
t spent the last two days in Orlando

: OSCAR HAND & SON perfecting in November arrangements for the for season.locatinghere .

Ft, Mr. A. D. Davis was in Orlando I CHARACTER"Success"

yesterday from Clarcona en route to ....
; Daytona where he will join a friend is usually understood to mean p!It'" '".-
and the two will auto from that resortto
I t.
e ...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..J Asheville, N. C. It is simply a financial success, and usually a Savings .... '*, '

pleasure trip and no record time for Account is a real factor in its attainment. : .:., J r c
making the trip is contemplated. Mr. p .i I
Davis will spend some time in the There is another success-the building f.: ; Y
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES Land of the + -
I Sky.
;
of character-which is in large part due J.,:> :
Mrs. V. Willis and Miss Maggie
Hamilton left yesterday afternoonover to the practice of regularly depositing in x {:r : :
L--'T-- ;
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin the Atlantic Coast Line for a Savings Account. The denials required si'J i '" ..
; 3
Washington Court House, Ohio, where i i
they will spend the summer. Mrs. develop self reliance in every thrifty r
'
Pendantor Willis came to Orlando in the fall in "
M feeble health and her many friends person. .r

will be pleased to learn that she returns Let this institution help in your building = ,.
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best home much benefited.
value for your money by coming to us. I very for the future through the medium of the fir.--ti ,
Capt. B. G. Smith, one of Oviedo's I' '
We specialize in of the better i"k
pieces class-fine
sterling citizens, motored to Orlandoyesterday i Savings Account. '
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof and spent the day mingling; ;
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly with friends and transacting business. 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts.
low. We also offer choice selections and
you -
He was accompanied bIrs.. M. W. '
the best service. "Consultation incurs no obligation
Lo\ell, and Mrs. D. C. Marlowe of

We are organized to produce QUALITY and we do it Sanford, and Miss Scroble, of Jacksonville -
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the who spent the day with Miss .
wearer. Scroble's sister, Mrs. Murphy, 402 I I
East Anderson street. I
i i

Mr. and Mrs. A. Turnbull, who have
spent the winter at their pretty homeon Orlan Bank unORLANDO t CoMally

Fern creek, are preparing to leave

T. H. EVANS Monday for their summer home in I .:'
Frankfort, Mich. They will visit relatives -i

in Newport News and Washington FLORIDAl' ;
D. C., returning to Orlando ,
JEWELER early in the falL They have many I.
.
friend: here who will miss them dur- I !

EtiltifftllMillliM* 1 1I ing their absence. 17



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