The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00265
 Material Information
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 22, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00265
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Relief Belgians With 6,600 O.clock-\Yould Have Been


Italians Have Faith in Salandra Which Germans Had Been De-
New York, May 21.-The "African LEGISLATURE HAS SUCH A Syracuse X. Y., May 21.-Justice IIOI..BHOOIlitES REGRET-
fending for the Past Six
-Austrians Burn Bridges, Monarch chartered the relief Andrews 5 o'clock this afternoon
"., Railroads and Tele- commission for sufferers in Belgium, JIonthsPrzemslIs SEN. BROWNRepresentative ordered the jury which is trying to DID NOT AWAKEN

graph LinesBULLETIN sailed this afternoon with a cargo ofGGOO Quiet reach a verdict in the BarnesRooseelt -
tons of wheat, bound for Rot- libel suit locked up until 10
Zim Asks for however Will Be an Immense
terdam. o'clock Saturday morning, when theywill
London 21.-The French
Publication of All Assess- Meeting of Central Florida
forces, which were forced to suspend report whether or not a verdict
LONDON THE, MAY DAILY 21.-A TELEGRAPH DISPATCHTO LAST PARTY FOR SENIORS BEFORE operations by heavy mists which hung ments of Real and Per- has, been reached. In the event of a Counties in Orlando

FROM COPENHAGEN SAYS ON THEY JOIN ALUMNI over the battle ground in the Notre sonal PropertyBy .continued disagreement the court may June 10
RANKSBy dismiss the jury or lock them over
Dame de'Lorette region furi-
THAT TilE ously to the attack as soon as the veil C. P. Johnson Sunday. By J. P. Holbrook
FOREIGN LEGATION AT CHRIS Arthur Ivey, Class 1913: lifted today, and tonight's report from The Sentinel Bureau, Chattanooga, Tenn., May 21.Ar
TIANA HAS RECEIVED A MESSAGE Last evening in response to the invitation Paris chronicled their capture of all Tallahassee, Fla., May 21. One Vote Needed guments of all the states before the
ANNOUNCING THAT WAR of Miss Beatrice Davis the approaches to the table rock of Loretta Senator Brown today introduced abill Syracuse N. Y., May 21.-The jury Dixie highway commissioners colsed
HAS BEEN DECLARED BETWEEN entire senior class gathered at her giving them full control of the to prohibit any minor under the in the Barnes-Roosevelt libel suit today: and their decision will likely be

ITALY AND AUSTRIA. home, "The Melrose," to enjoy one plateau, a position which the Ger- age of seventeen years smoking cigarettes came in shortly before 11 o'clock to- made late tomorrow.
last social good time before the final mans had defended with great stub- making such an offense a misdemeanor day, and the foreman announced that There were many great speechesand
exercises of commencement which will bornness for the past six months.In i punishable on conviction of the jury had agreed upon a verdict for unbounded enthusiasm was shown
London, May 21.-A dispatch to in a few more days transfer them the meanwhile the French and having. in his possession cigarettes or the defendant. When the roll was by the delegates.It .

the Exchange Telegraph company from the undergraduate state to the Algerian troops operating north of material by such minor to be prima called by the clerk of the court, elevenof is a regretable fact that Central
says: ranks of the alumni.At Ypres pressed across the Yser canal fade evidence. the jurors said they were in favor Florida did not awake to the vast im-
"Pre ier Salandra this morning obtained 8:15 the guests arrived and im- and carried the fighting to the Germans Senator Zim asks for a publicationof of a verdict for the defendant, but the portance of the movement earlier.
the royal signature to a de- mediately upon being ushered into the I with tremendous energy. all assessments of real and per- twelfth, Edward Burns, a Syracuseman Central Florida will perhaps be de-

cree suspending the diplomatic immu- parlor found everything prepared for Both Berlin and Petrograd are quietas sonal property in each county, in abill arose in his seat and said: "I feated. However, the members of the
nity of the Austrian and German am- their entertainment. Assisting the to the operations around PrzemysL introduced today. am for the plaintiff." Central Florida delegation will return

bassadors to the Vatican, who leave hostess were Misses Berry and Childs. Petrograd admits the German and After the passage of a few local The jury was trying to decide the home thoroughly resolved to build a

tomorrow. The Vatican will remain One game followed another in rapid Austrian troops have overrun the bills in the senate the insurance meas- question of costs, and that alone. It central route. .

neutral. succession. The seniors were called eastern bank of the San, spreadingover ures were again taken up. was apparent when the roll was called They will arrive in Orlando June '
Italy's participation in the war,, upon to guess all sorts of unguessable the region about Jaroslau, Rad- that some of the jurors were in favor 10, and they are a wide awake bunch.

while welcomed in many quarters in riddles, and when one blunderer his awa and Sierniawa, after a stubborn 30,000 AMERICANS SETTLE IN of dividing the costs, which, at the Look out, as there will be something
London, was unexpected, even by the feelings were not spared from the tor- resistance by the Russians. C.XAD.SIXCE WAR most, it was said, would amount to doin gat that meeting.
most optimistic. The result will be a ment of his classmates' mirth, even The British unofficial reports chronicle STARTED less than $1,500, white others were in- Great speeches were delivered to-
quick termination of hostilities. though he strove to keep a part of his the capture of Kilid Bahr and '. different. day by Ex-Governor Cox, of Ohio an I
Whire Italy's participation may lead< mythical senior dignity. Krithia in the fighting on the Gallipoli The libel law provides that the loserin men from Kentucky Indiana and Ter
Ottawa. William J. Koche minister
to immediate benefit of the allies i it
i The guests were escorted to the a contest must the costs but nessee.
peninsula in the Dardanelles. This pay
of the interior, has issued the following -
is feared serious complications will re- spacious dining room, where ice report has not yet been confirmed. statement in the event, it was said, of Juror An automobile parade last
: nigh
sult, because of Russia's ambitions to< cream and cake, both in the senior Likewise there is lacking official con- Burns refusing to agree with his eleven together with fireworks,
"The movement of settlers from the
gain Constantinople and reach the colors of purple and gold, were served. firmation of the reported silencing o f United\ States to the 'Dominion is still companions, the costs would be greatest excitement.
Adriatic In the Balkans
am- Flowers in the class colors Seemingly work
cut-and-dried before
were scat- split. -
all the forts on the Asiatic side of the
encouraged by the Canadian;
bitions of Greece, Bulgaria, Rumania tered over the table, adding a touch of Dardanelles. govern- the convention produced consdf--
and Servia will, almost certainly,, color to the gay scene. ment. Since the outbreak of war 30- ITALY IS PLACING LARGE ORDERS erable indignation among hundreds of
000 settlers from the States have .
cause further complications. At a late hour the guests, having YESTERDAY BALL GAMES taken up their homes in Canada. IN THE NEW 10KK delegates. I
assured their hostess of the enjoyment MARKETS a
"The has been taken
greatest care
Venice, May\ 21.-Austrian troop of her entertainment, departed National League that no barriers intercourse WILL A GREAT PEACE I.EAGtl. i;
today fired upon Italians rioting ai Among the favored few who attended Boston 2, Chicago 3. unnecessary between the two countries New York.-Large orders for military GROW OUT OF THE WAR I ;

Zara. Several were killed and many were Misses Ruth McCullough, All others, rain.American. shall be raised. There is an immense stores and foodstuffs for Italy j
wounded. Theresa Warner, Annie Henderson, League were reported to be in the market Lake Mohonk, N. Y.-Prof. John B. '
trade between the neighbor republics
Roxana Irvine, Corinne Barker, Annie Detroit 8, Philadelphia 11. which necessitates constant crossingof here today despite the fact that for Clark, of Columbia University, discussed f.j
Geneva, May\ 21.-The entire Swiss Crux, Nina Swearingen, Bessie St. Louis 5, New York 4. the international boundary. Thereare months the Italian government has the possibility of using the ;

army is mobilized and stationed on Quigg, and Beatrice Davis, of the sen Chicago 3, Boston 2; seven innings. in both countries hundreds of been drawing supplies from the triple entente, the triple alliance, (t 1
the south, west and east frontiers to ior class; Carl Henderson, Sidney Washington-Cleveland rain.. United States in anticipation of hos a combination of both as the nucleus "
places of beauty and historical inter
prevent violation of Switzerland's Newell, Arthur Ivey and Kimble Federal League est which attract the tourist. tilities. Shipments of coal and wheat of a world peace league at the end of tj

neutrality. The forces will be increased Hughes represented the masculine element Pittsburgh 3, Baltimore 2. "United States citizens need not from this country to Italy in the last the war, in a speech here today before j
to 400,000. of the class. Professor and Chicago 9, Brooklyn 2. to the trouble of go few weeks have ben extensive it i is the conference on international arbi j
or securing
Mrs. Simmons._____nnn, :_Miss____ ------J.npT.tnP'fi..c_!.u_S Kansas City 8, Buffalo 3. passports, nor will expense unnaturalized residents said. Many ship loads of horses for tration. 1 t
Rome, :May 21.-The Italian senate Groves and Miss Harris representedthe St. Louis 3, Newark 4. of the United States coming to use of the Italian army were reportedto "Is it desirable to make plans for n j

late this afternoon passed bill giv- faculty. South Atlantic League this country for peaceful purposes be have been made and an order for I wholly new league which shall preserve m
ing the government full power in the Savannah 3, Macon 4. in any way interfered with. 50,000 more horses is understood to : the peace of the world" he !.
case of war by a vote of 262 to 2. WANTS SQUADRON OF AERO Charleston 2, Columbus 1. be awaiting acceptance. asked. "Two international alliancesnow

This bill was the same one that was PLANES FOR THE MILITIAOF Columbia 4, Albany 3. ITALY'S EXTn.XCI110: WAR Many of the Italian reservists in exist each of which acts toward

passed by the chamber of deputies UNITED STATES Augusta 2, Jacksonville 3. MAY mn ABOUT: PEACEIN this city returned to Italy in the early the outer world somewhat as a single -

yesterday. Southern League SIX MONTHS stages of the European war and a empire might do. They are waging -
Any decisive action by the cabinet New York. President Allan R. Nashville 2, Atlanta 5. rush by Italians to return to Italy and a terrible war with each other,

has been held up pending this vote of ;Hawley, of the Aero Club of America, Memphis Mobile 2. Washington.-Italians in the United enlist for the war is not anticipated but it is too lightly assured that they

confidence in the government. ;announced today that a public subscription Chattanooga 1, New Orleans 4. States probably will not be called among leading Italians. naturally tend to increase warfare."

Events are now expected to move I has been started by the gov- Little Rock 9, Birmingham 3. tack to the colors unless the Euro-
rapidly.It ernors of that club to acquire funds pean war continues for another vear. NORTH C.HOLIX.L\:\' WILL DELEGATES TO PEACE CONFERENCE -
is even said tonight that a mes- with which to purchase a squadron of VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTERIN Italian officials here believe! Italy has BECOME ORANGE COUNTY: RETURN:

sage has already been prepared by aeroplanes for the use of the militiaof CASE OF ST.TESo sufficient'; men in her home army to RESIDENTMr. f
the cabinet and dispatched to Vienna each state in this country. It is t'INKEY SLOAN maintain a vigorous offensive against New York.-Many of the American
immediately: following the senate's proposed also to provide one hundred Austria. W. II. Hollingsworth, of Dunn, women who left New York more thana

action. aeroplanes for carrying mail, with the The circuit court in session for ten The possibility that Italy's entrancein N. C., was among the passengers leaving month ago to attend the Interna-

All navigation services on the Adri- understanding that the machines and days, will adjourn tonight. Yesterdaya the war may compel peace in another Orlando over the Atlantic CoastLine tional Women's Peace conference at
atic sea have been suspended.The aviators will constitute a reserve for jury rendered a verdict of man- six months is suggested in Italian yesterday. lIe has been prospecting The Hague, were passengers; on board

Italian warships patrolling the military service in case of national slaughter against Pinkey Sloan, for quarters here as a reason for in this section for several the Holland-American steamship Ryn-
Albanian coast put into the port of need. the killing of Charlie Johnson at Win- withholding any call for reservists days:, and before leaving wisely decided dam, which arrived here today from

Cattaro. The subscription, it is stated, is intended ter Park on the night of March 6. resident in foreign countries until the : that this part of Florida was the Rotterdam.
The Austrian troops and customs to be an application of the Sloan cut Johnson in the throat and necessity for them shall become most inciting and has become permanently -
guards have been withdrawn from plans put into effect in Germany and breast Johnson dying almost instantly. parent through the development of i identified with this county by PIITSBCHGIIIT.\LL\XS TO GO TO

Ponte Ceffaro and Lodrone. France in 1912 and 1913, by which to I The penalty for manslaughter is military operations. purchasing some valuable orange and ITALY FOR SERVICE
They burned the bridges, destroyed each country upwards of one million twenty years in prison or under.. The truck !aTi near Orange Center. He

the railroads, telephone, and telegraphlines. dollars was obtained. I jury was out but a short time. The I I CONVICTS SERVANTS expect to move his family, bag and Pittsburgh, Pa.-Eight thousand
I circuit court will meet in Sanford next &baggage, from the Tar Heel State in Italians in Pittsburgh and vicinity arc

I Communication between Austria NORTHERN BAPTISTS TO COMBINE week.A Montgomery, Ala.-The practice of I Octoher to the Land of Flowers. prepared to return to their homes to
and Italy has practically ceased. TWO BRANCHES INTO I using convicts as servants in the join the colors in the event of a declaration -
Austria tonight refused to accept ONE OPERATIONLOS I FINE OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE homes of state officials ana as;laborers '' :NEW:' YORK E'CXG11.. 1C of war between Italy and
mail bags at the frontier. SUNDAY SELECTION at the capitol and other state institutions SOON CHANGE HANDS Austria, according to estimates made
Bridges all along the frontier have Angeles, .-Delegates to the I is abolished in an executive today by Italian leaders here.
been mined.A Northern Hand's Ice Cream hque.1 New York.-The New York
Baptist convention today renewed Co. has order just issued by Gov. Charles Evening -
flotilla of Austrian aeroplanesfrom the debate on the efficiency cherry, pineapple nut and pistachio Henderson. This order, which states Mail will be sold in a few days to . . . . .
Gorlitz is patrolling the frontier commission's plan to combine the ice cream, and lemon, I" the S. McClure Newspaper Cor-
orange or pineapple that the practice is illegal, will return GYPST CARAVAN '
above Isonzo. I American Baptist Home Mission Society ices for your Sunday dinner. .1" about seventy-five convicts, mostly ne- poration, being formed here accord- S s
The railroads at Ponte Ceffaro and and the American Order now before ing to announcement today by S. S. '
Baptist Publication you forget it. Either -i gro women to the penitentiary and .\ gypsy caravan consisting of
Lodrone have been destroyed by the I Society into one new corporation in bulk or brick. All orders given I state convict farm. 'McClure, who will be president of the two wagons, the usual quota of '
Austrians. They'pass over the fron 'to be established in New York prompt attention. Any quantity. I.new corporation. horses, enough humanity to forma '
tier and serve foE communication be- and 5-22-lt The McClure
to move the American Baptist GOLD FROM TOKIO corporation has Sl- tillage, two measly curs, one '
tween the two countries.On foreign mission society from Boston 225,000 of issued stock. Henry L. S black bear four chickens and one '

the heights above these two to the same city. WINTER GARDEN MERITS BEATAPOPKA New York.-Announcement of the Stoddard who now controls the Mail, goat, passed through Orlando early ,
places Austrian a JHery has been will remain associated in the
BOOSTERSThe of management yesterday morning route '
engagement $1.000,000 gold at To- en to
seen.At ing no preparations to leave. Their Winter Garden Merits defeatedthe kio for shipment to this country to of the paper. Fra!: Parker Savannah, Ca. The menagerieand J:

000 Italian Brindisi Bari and Poggia, 350- friends declare the two diplomats still Apopka Boosters in a hotly con- morrow was made today. This makes {' will be managing editor.FORTI.'XE a kid or two were piled into

troopstrated. lave been concen- profess to see no imminent danger ofa tested game Thursday afternoon. The a total of 33,730,000 gold taken from one of the wagons, with the exception .
rupture between Italy and Austria. crowd was large and enthusiastic. the Orient since January 1. : FOR OIL LAND of the bear and it was!' al- "
Heavy Austrian forces are concen- This leads to the belief that Germany Tulsa, Okla.-Announcement wasmade lowed<
trated Ambassadors at Trent, B zen, and Meran. and Austria are adopting dilatory tac- THE WEATHER That story in Ladies' Home Journal here today of the sale of 320 of the procession. The outfit attracted 0
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still remain at Ro ; Below and Macchio tics in order to complete military Florida: Local showers Saturday. and Saturday Evening Post will interest acres of land in the Cushing oil fieid << considerable attention. ;
e. .
They are mak- preparations. Fair s s s s s s s a a s. .
3 Sunday you. Curtis & O'Neal. for approximately $2,000,000.
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j Orlando Deliver y and Messenger ServiceHarleyDavidson ; By"The Secretary real problem War of Garrison national Arthur-hey i BULK

defense is how to pet the peopleof The rain came at just the right
this country to look the facts GS
TruckFOR squarely in the face." time to cool off the atmosphere for pR u

"Turning aside won't do-it the senior "finals." As a usual thing
will not only not prevent'the ca-
QUICK SERVICE lamity, but will also serve to the weather at final examination timeis

make its effects more disastrousif so warm that the exams are ren-
and when it does '
"No sound reason can be ad- dered much more uncomfortable thap Your .
PHONE 444 duced which would justify a sane they naturally are. This year, however Drug| Store
man in condluding that isolation
t to alone spells safety." the weather has been as cool as .
"Nor can sure reliance be placed could be desired-perhaps this partly.

i ; Good and Bad Cigar Stores i upon our, our lack freedom of aggressive from covet-intention accounts for the excellent marks made

, by the seniors.
ousness or our tendency
..II II II II II II II II I II I II I II I II II III II 111111111111111 righteousness." Every woman in this city is interested in Pure Drugs
4 "Self respect without which George C. Dolive, one of last year's
We keep that in mind when buying drugs.
r man is an invertebrate animal, disturbers of the peace at O. II. S.,

pared requires to that protect we that should which be pre-we is no longer engaged in the delightful Full stocks of Drugs, Medicines, Pharmaceuticals of

t ORLANDO ROOFINGAND cherish, which not only includesour occupation of making his teacher'shair finest quality. This store is always in position to fill :your
material possessions, but that turn gray before its time. Far
intangible something which makesus from it-George has at last settled orders or the doctor's orders promptly and efficiently.
a distinctive nation in the eyesof f
the world." down (to hear him tell it) and is au- If you want the best and nothing but the best, the
SHEET METAL CO. "Hideous as is the face of war, tomobiling.
I abhorrent as are the evils consequent best way to get it is to come to this store where you will

long run upon can it not, its be results so fatal in to the a J The seniors, these--o-days, are busily, be sure to find the best. 1

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos nation as would be the failure of engaged rehearsing their commence-
that nation to courageously and ment exercises.
fearlessly ascertain its duty and
i and Rubber Roofings do it." -oIsn't -- 1""
"We are surely not so deludedas it strange the faculty never
Cornices Metal to believe that we can reach gives a fire drill while a final examination i-
Skylights. Healing
Ventilating Ceilings
t intuition what others StoreJ.
by can only is in progress? Just think City Drug
acquire by training and experi-
what a perfectly grand opportunit
t ence. We are surely not so sacrilegious -
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
or irreverent as to be- there would be for Sammie and Tom-
lieve that Providence has unjustly mie and Billie and Joe to get togetherand L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDACAREY
discriminated in our favor and compare notes for mutual benefit.
against the other peoples of the
world. Too bad, isn't it? Such is life, .

"American institutions are the though.
very Ark of the Covenant and if -

f Where Is No. 10 E. Church St.? we we are must worthy show that to posses we cherisHthem them Professor Simmons chaperoned his ...,

and will protect and defend junior physics class on a tour of investigation -
them." of the water and lightcompany's
plant, Thursday. Needless
{ WHAT IS THERE ? FEED OF THE BEST QUALITY, Lake Jlohonk, N. Y., May .-The to say the trip was greatly enjoyedand HANDFUNERAL
United States must arm immediatelyif
t AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS it is to keep its place among the in all probability many of the i
High School Echo will be off the
f- pressin
fe. nations, Secretary of War Lindley.
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. time for distribution by the end of
Garrison told the pacificists gatheredfor DIRECTORAND
next week. The new "Echo" is
L. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 the annual conference on interna- prov-
ing and the business
tional arbitration here tonight in a very EMBALMER .
finds little trouble in '
manager disposing -
brilliant speech, carefully argued and
of the five hundred
copies printed. .
bristling with striking epigrams
lie declared the real problem of Probably the next edition will see I

I American national defense is to get such a decided increase in the circula-
I the people to look the facts squarely tion that the management will be All calls answered Promptly Dayor

!r in the face. Only a united nation can forced to increase the number of Hand Block.
accomplish anything in arming for copies published to one thousand. Night.
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER I, the the conflict which is bound to Many new departments have been :
I come sooner or later. added, the old departments have been I Orlando Florida.
We will be despised among the nations -
brought to a higher standard, and the ,
of the earth and our righteousness -
I will not save us from the aggres- entire magazine is greatly improvedover I
sions of the unrighteous if we remain the first edition. All who wishto ,

Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne 1 weak and flabby, he declared. We secure copies of the Vacation Echo ,
on | must be ready to make war in order i
I to keep the blessings of peace he said. should either "write, 'phone or wire"I I iI I
Self preservation is the first law of a the business manager, Kimble F. '
with plenty of Foliage I I nation. Hughes, before the last of the week I

i' "A nation to deserve preservation stating the number of copies they [Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
and Trees. I must be sane, just, righteous self respecting i .
r and coureageous," he continued ,wish reserved for them. I
-. j "Since it only obtained those
virtues by conflict of one sort or an-
Price $2000.00 I other, it can only retain them and 1
i!. thus insure its own preservation by
being prepared in every proper way
I j to defend them from the inevitable h rIse CrearrlWhen
i assaults which will be made against
j them.
"At first blush it seems amazingthat
C. A. HOVEY there could be widespread inattention I
on the part of our people to
this matter which vitally and intimately
so want PURE ICE
f 1 concerns them, and quite as For Party
'! amazing that there could be disagreement CREAM call for HAND'S. If

as to certain fundamental considerations you don't believe that we take Clubthe
and confusion of thought
t _-- -- --.---- and judgment with respect to them. greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
I There is, however, just such inatten- facture Church Social
and watch
t 1' 'tion, resulting in neglect of the sub- come up us tubercular tested cows. All
ject i and just such confusion of make it. You will be surprised School Social
SPRAYING j thought and division of counsel, and at the care every detail is given. cans, moulds and everything
i we must face that situation and deal
used in the manufacture of our
with it as it is. Until most of us Any kind want, time Lodge
you any
t For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In- think alike on this subject, there is Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites no hope of a proper settlement of it. you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder

, infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur I brought"The early with settlers them of an this inveterate country I from a quart up. ized.

t Compound. hatred of tyranny and oppression, and You are cordially invited to
t These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan all things connected therewith-and inspect our factory at any Hands Pure
r be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely military force was closely connected
therewith. time. Ice Cream
This prejudice can not
i insure clean trees and bright fruit. survive if brought forth and subjected -
r Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing to the light of reason and of con-
K: cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and mon sense. Here, now, in this coun-
you will have no regrets at the end of the season. try, with the form of our governmentand
the character of our people, thereis .
no shred of foundation for any fear HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
that military force will impinge in
i J. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers
the slightest degree upon the civil authority -
or be used by the civil au-
. thorities, under whose command it is, W.
PHONE 566 Jefferson Street
Orlando, Florida to tyrannize or oppress the people."

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WHAT TIlE ST. PETERSBURG INDEPENDENT structed, and whether it is called 1 them the attorneys asserted they MIIIMMIMIiiniillMMtlMIMItiliMMtiMMMMitillttllilliliiliimiM M
HAS TO SAY Dixie or some other name the people would attempt to prove "that Roman

ABOUT HIGHWAYFlorida THE DIXIE I will use it. I Catholic priests were required to takean .

oath traitorous to the United
counties in the central part !DELAY IX TRIAL OF "MENACE"
of the state are trying to have the PUBLISHERS DECLINED States government and requiring
Dixie highway routed that way instead teach against the doctrine of Amer-
of along the East Coast, and BY COURT ican liberty."
the yare going after it in the right I Kansas City, Mo., May 20.-A motion Judge Van Valkenburgh ruled that

wayThey are showing that theyhaveSome to continue trial of the govern "the' Roman Catholic church is not on
good roads now and have I
voted millions of dollars more to com- I:ment's case against publishers of the trial in this case," and that "the ques-

Elete highways already started or to I Menace, an anti-Catholic weekly, published tion is whether the defendants have
new ones. The Dixie highway is at Aurora, Mo, was overruled violated the penal code
. to be built by the counties through I Federal Judge Arba S. Van Val-
which it passes and the only object in THE
designating a certain route as a national I kenburgh here today. JAPAN EXPECTS OPPOSITION TO M
highway is to stimulate the Individual defendants named in the
efforts -
people of the counties to greater indictments, which charge that ob-
in their program for road build- I scene matter was sent through the ; Tokio, May 20.-Emperor Yoshihito,

ing.Ed.. Scott, chairman of the committee mail, are Wilbur F. Phelps, Bruce M. who formally opened the diet today in

of the Central Florida Highway Phelps, Theodore C. Walker, and Marvin the presence of princes and ambassa-
is making a determined
Association Brown. dors, expressed the hope that delib-
fight to have the central route selected -
and has sent to the commission of Attorneys for the defense asked erations would be conducted in a spirit -
governors of the states through which delay in the trial, set for the June of harmony that would assist in
The Store of Moderate Prices
Superior Qualities at : :
the highway passes a communication term of court in Joplin, :Mo., on the bringing about the passage of needed
spttnie forth the reasons why the central
route is best. In concluding the grounds that it was necessary for laws.
arguments for this route the committee them to go to Rome to obtain deposi- There are indications that some opposition -

t says: tions of the pope, his secretary and will develop to the government's -
"According to the census of 1910, the keeper of the Vatican records. By Chinese policy.
Florida had at that time 753,000 inhabitants -
It is not far wrong_ when. --
we say that the total population to-
day is over 1,250,000. According to
the figures of the last census, this
route of the Dixie highway would GO -
serve 51 per ce'ht.' of the people of the
state, but as it is a known fact that
immigration has been more rapid and
greater to the peninsular part of the
state than in the upper western porn Saturday Night Specials
it is fair to assume that at the I

Dixie est highway calculation we the are route offering of the for AND HEAR PINAFOREAnd

your confirmation will serve not less
. than 750,000 directly and through the thus encourage Mendelssohn Club and enjoy an
improved feeders."If evening of brilliant song. But remember that if you own a Vic-
the route were laid down on the trola you can hear Light Opera or Grand Opera every day in the
West Coast, it could draw only from FROM 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK
-"Faust" or"Aida"costs but little
one side, the other being the gulf of year. Caruso more than Billy
Mexico. On the other hand, the At- Murray in the rollicking "Take Me to the Cabaret." .
lantic ocean would constitute the feeder Practically every Victor record is made by a star performer.
on one side for a road laid downon The Victor people control most of the real stars in the musical
the East Coast. It naturally follows -
that a highway centrally locatedfor world. The other record makers take who ever they can get.
the greater part of its length in
the state will not only draw traffic W. S. BRANCH,
from its two sides and serve as a
main artery of travel north to south, THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
or vice versa, but it will offer the
greatest in feeders inducement and laterals.to road improvement I OUR PRICES ARE OUR ARGUMENTSA

"Right here it is only justice to state
that the people have realized that
with the advent of the motor drawn
vehicle and by the constant immigration -
of people from states where an REAL SENSATIONAL SALESECOND
improved road spells prosperity for
the communities, they have to get out
of the rut of the ancient class of trails
and hog-wallows in streets. Within Ice Ice
the past two years such remarkable
strides have been made in countiesand
cities that the greater part of the Eggs Butter Milk
state looks new."Surprising .
as the figures may seem,
the fact remains that bonds have been FLOOR GROCERY DEPT. BLEACHED MUSLIN

voted or issued in counties, districts, LADIES' SAILORS CRISCO LARD
towns and cities directly on the pro- : All colors Yard wide, soft finish,
posed route and on the direct feeders I $1.00 Bucket for90c .
> 10 yards to a customer.
$5.00 quality
within the past two years to the
. amount of $9,130,000, and movementsare Special 5cSECOND
on foot to bond for $1,725,000 ad- \ I
ditional within the next six months. The Orlando Meat MarketT. $2.89!
This will make $10,855,000 either ex- SECOND FLOOR
pended or which will be used in the FLOOR
construction of improved roads, A. YANCY Manager SECOND FLOOR Toilet Department TRILLED HATS
streets and bridges, within the area
described view in of this the petition."In foregoing unprece- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice SUITS, All colors All colors, $2.00 quality All late styles, values up

dented statement of facts and of the $1.25 quality to $6.00 for
immense enthusiasm and vigor with Florida and Western Meats $1.19
which conditions along these lines are 98c $2.89SECOND
changing for the betetr, and in view Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
of the fact that the route of the Dixie
highway in Florida as proposed in SNAP FASTNERS
this petition, appears to be in exactly Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders THIRD FLOOR Black and White, all FLOOR

the correct place, we ask your hon- WASH BOARDS SILK SHIRT WAISTS
orable body to permanently locate the PHONES / Business (135 'P. O. BOX 226 sizes
same on the route as indicated on the \Residence 133 Cor. OraneeAre. and Church St.NOW'S Splendid Grade, 25 cent In white, I lace trimmed
map herewith submitted."We quality 3c :
ask that your honorable body some embroidered, $1._5
grand us permission to place before 15cMEN'S and $1.50: quality
you orally, through our committee, at SECOND FLOORCHILDREN'S
the meeting at Chattanooga, Tenn.,on 98cLADIES'
May 20, 1915, additional data infor- HALF HOSE STAMPED
mation and pledges from the different DRESS PATTERNS
15 cent quality, special
counties to improve and bridge their THE TIMEto
roads. $1.50 quality FANCY
St. Petersburg would prefer the PARASOLSAll
central route, which would pass get ready for the rainy season. 75c
through Tampa and on down to Arcadia new styles, special
through the state to Tampa St. Petersburg GROCERY
Toilet Department DEPT.
would have direct
connec- One-half
Vantines Perfumes
tion and
would be as much a termi-
nus of the highway as though actually $1.00 per Gallon atFiiUey's all odors, 25 cent value None Better Made
designated as such on the map.
From this city to the Hillsboro liner 19cGROCERY 65 cent quality EXTRA SPECIAL
there will be built a first class road, Pioneer '
and this will give St. Petersburg connection 44cTHIRD SUITINGS AND SKIRT.

with the main route. DEPTHAMS INGS,
With all those counties, from the Plain and
northern state line down to Arcadia. CORNER COURT AND PINE STREETS FLOORALUMINUM fancy weaves,
spending money on road building it is Kinghans, some of them part silk,
certain that a highway will be con- I Armours or Star : SET, 9 pieces, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50

including Roaster,
18cSECOND qualities
$2.50 quality
1 FLOOR $1.69 25c

Fine Crepe,
cent quality 15 cent quality for $3.00 and $3.50 quality i

: SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY CO. 25c lie $2.19IlYowellDuckworth


Can supply your wants in every- 1 1i i,

I j

thing to eat and wear. New things

a and trial.good things always, Give us Co. 1




Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." i



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":. South Florida Sentinel \ Isabelle Dissenderfer died at
.' :: and Mrs. C. A. Wilkerson left
MORNING: AND WEEKLYV. Winter Park shortly after 10 o'clock
;:. GLENN .... ... ..... ....... ...EditorW. yesterday morning, after a brief ill- Orlando yesterday for Ithaca, N. Y., Sale P
C. ESSINCTON .. Baoinru Manager where they will be for the summer. Saturday
ness. The deceased had been a resi-
They have only spent a couple of
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida dent of Winter Park for several I
as Second Class Mail Matter. weeks in this city, but in that time
and has many friends who will be
formed an attachment for the place
SUBSCRIPTION RATES grieved to learn of her death. She is
Daily 1 Year .... .................. $5- which will bring them here for the
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2-50 survived by her husband. Funeral season.
3 Months 1.25 services will be held from the No. '
f Daily Daily 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly Episco- .
pal church at Winter Park at 4 o'clock 58
................ 1X>
,-1-Year- --- :..:.:..! today. Undertaker Hand has chargeof Mr. D. R. Caruthers returned yesterday -
.k ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the arrangements. from a two weeks visit to Oxford -

ADVANCETO -. Fla. lie has been assisting Mr.J. .
ADVERTISERS: NOTICE TO TilE PUBLIC L. Moore, who purchased his inter-
:.. Copy for display and all other handet On and after May 31, 1915, the est in the grocery store on East 'To business that we love
advertising must' be handed in at the business undersigned barber shops will close at Church street, since the consumma- rise betimesAn'
tfffiee of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. 7 o'clock Saturda's.Standard we
the day before publication. This rate appliesto p. m. except tion of hte deal, but is thinking of "
changes for rontrmrt advertising: it ia Barber Shop. go to it with delight.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Gem Barber Shop.J. moving to Sumter county. .
----- -------- B. Harris. ---Shakespeare.It .
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued I:. W. Bird.
should notify the office in writing on Maste Howard Phillips son of Dr.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be A. P. Jackson. has certainly been a pleasure to our lady patrons to shop
Royal Palm Barber and Mrs. P. Phillips, left yesterdayfor
continued at the regular subscription rates
until notice Numb-r to stop .is received. 21 Arcade Barber Shop. 5-22-Ctc: Miami, where his parents are lo- early these last days. Long before our recognized hour of opening
cated for the present. The Doctor is -8 o'clock-many were down at the store. Of course we f
SATURDAY, :MAY 22, 1915.f : Tl'UlJ.XlJ largely interested in the tomato sit-
MOND.ITFLIUIl : uation on the East Coast and right had the attractions Sale of SILKS---but that was not the only

W f Men who are employed on morning FLOUR., PER PER 21 12 LB.LB. S.\CKuuSI.OO SACK uu ;j\l\ ('. now is spending the major portion of incentive, BIG reductions on wanted fabrics was undoubtedly

f papers can tell you early birds are IRISH POTATOES, PER PECK, his time in that section supervising { the drawing card.
; astir these fine mornings. 1:; LBS. ..._-__--______--___ 22c. the marketing of the crop.
f GOOD RICE PER LIt uuu 117(. i
f 0 3 CANS SOUP uuuu_______ 2.3c.; .
The operation of removing the hyphen TOMATO CATSUP, PER PINT: :Mr.: and Mrs. Joseph Herr, who
from a large number of American BOTTLE _uu.uuu___ 17c. have been spending a few days in Or-
citizens was successfully per- OATMEAL, IN B'LtPEl' LIJ. O;:c.
formed, and the patients for the most MEAL AND: GRITS 9 LBS FOR 23c.: lando after a tour of the southern
r part are doing as well as could be ex NICE HAMS. PER LB. uuu_ 18c. part of the state left yesterday for
pected.A FANCY PHeXES OR PEACHES. Sanford where they will take the St.
-o PER LIJ. 13c, 2 LIJS. I Olt.___ 25c.EVAPORATED ; Johns river steamer for Jacksonville.
Xew Albany citizen has made a APPLES, PER:
wooden leg for one of his hens which PACKAGE; _________________ 12c. I They will pay a visit to St. Augustinebefore r
had broken her good one. The Cyn- GRAPE JUICE, PER BOTTLE continuing their journey to ? I O a .
thiana Democrat says here is a big PINTS 2;)('.; QUARTS ________50c.; Gumright, Okla.
disappointment in store for some HONEST :MEASURE AND: WEIGHT
Methodist preacher. CASH GROCERY CO.
o 7 EAST CHURCH ST. Want anything Ask for it through THE PHENOMENAL PRICE REDUCTIONS -
Some fellow over at Tallahassee has Telephone 618. 5-22-2tc: Sentinel "Wants."

introduced a bill to prohibit freight -. --- - __ ______ I
.S trains running in Florida on Sunday. ON SILK STILL CONTINUES
What next The author of such a i iOn

bill should be given a job of digging Forage Grocery Co. I
pine stumps.-Polk County Record.
up Saturday every piece of SILK in the FANCY AND FLORAL LAWNSA
The Cleveland Leader fears that Specials For Saturday And Monday store carries a reduction. and positively at big range to select from, all this sea-
such unheard of prices that cannot fail to
many of those loves that are estimates sons patterns colorings and designs .
at $50,000 per love in the divorce make new friends for the store. a
regular 121/c. and 15c.
pleadings of the day would have
rough sledding to figure up to fifty WE WILL ALLOW 25c.; PER DOZEN IN TRADE FOR ALL IN ADDITION Saturday only, .

cents each before legal complicationsset EGGS BROUGHT TO OUR STORE The Ready to Wear Department and theIEX'S
in.After. Snowdrift :\ SHOE DEPARTMENT have veryattraeti'e 8 yards for 79 Cents
o Large pail lard .1.O0

all, life can be compared in Large pail Crisco . . . . . . S3c.; special items that will withoutthe
I slightest doubt make Saturday Sale
a great many respects to a school. Kingan's sliced bacon, per lb. . . . . 30c. APRON GINGHAM
No. :58 one long to be remembered.
When in school Fresh, clean, ham lb. . .
we found that we had unwrapped per . ISc. 25 pieces only will be put on sale, black
'to apply ourselves in order to make Fresh, clean, unwrapped, skinned ham, per Ib. . lic.) and white 3 sizes blue and white. :3

good. The same principle holds goodat 21 lb. sack Pillsbury flour . . eo. eo .$1.15; Silk Specials for Saturday :sizes red and white 2 sizes, brown and

all times. Everything depends Corn flakes, 2 packages; . . eo _ . IJSc.; and white 2 sizes.
white 2 sizes
upon the individual. 3 packages Post Toasties . . . . . 25c.G ; :36 inch PURE SILK MESS ALINE green .
I Our regular Sc. quality.Saturday
o cans Globe milk, small . . . . . . 20c. In 25; different shades including white. only

LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL 7 cans Globe milk, large . . . . . ;-30c. Our regular $1.00 quality, ,

Best lemons, large size, per dozen . . . 20c. Friday, Saturday and Monday, 10 yards for 59 Cents .

As to Musical Instruction in the Seeded raisins, per package . eo eo. ..e. eo . 10c.

Schools Currants, per package . . . . . . 1 Oc 59 Cents

Editor Sentinel: 2 Ibs. peaches or prunes . . . . . . 25c.; :16 inch p..IAJLCLOTH .
I notice your reference to the speechof 7 packages shredded cocoanut . .. . . 25c.; 10 inch PURE SILK CREPE DE CHINE

Mr. Carr at the Pinafore performance 1 lb. can Calumet baking powder . . . . 20c. In 20 different colorings, including black The best quality, extra strong for underwear ;

Thursday night, in which he ad- Large size jar peanut butter . . . . :20c. and white. Our regular 81.50 quality. worth 12%c. a yard.

vocated the teaching of vocal music in .1 1 cans 2 lb. best tomatoes . . . . . 25c.; Friday, Saturday and Monday, Saturday only,

the public schools of Orlando, and Best oats, per sack . . . . . . .$2.35; 10 yards for 95 cents

your comment, that it should be Best corn, per sack . . . . . . . 1 J.i;) $1.16

taught in the high school especially.The Best shorts, per sack . . . . . . 1.75:
trustees of the district agree Best bran, per sack . . . . . . 1.70 10 inch PURE SILK RADIUM SPECIALS IN NOTIONSWe
with Mr.: Carr, and although the Best cotton seed meal per sack . .$1.15.; and. 1.65;
Best molasses feed sack . . In all the new tones and half tones so will put on sale some very extra
school taws of the state, so often ob- per . . 1.90
\ Best beet pulp, sack . . extremely popular this eason, black and special items that are bound to interest,
structive, rather than constructive, do per . . . 1.80
not permit the of Best cotton seed hulls, per sack . . . . 65c.; white included. Our 82.00 quality. so be sure to make a call at the Notion
employment a music
teacher, unless the applicant shall- Best chicken feed, per sack . . . . .$2.20 Friday, Saturday and Monday, Counter. T'will be money saved.CHILDREN'S .

lave passed an examination in the Magic poultry food, per package . . . 20c. $1.56 In DRESSES Percale Chambry. '
Other Gingham, ,
regular course of studies and earned prices in proportion. 100 Dresses in ages from 2 to G years,
a teacher's certificate (for teaching in Don't forget to see our display of hams.A PARISIAN DRESS LENGTHS worth from 50 to 75c.

the grades) the members of the local square deal to all qur best advertisement.Phone Absolutely exclusive to ourselves, no On Saturday
board during the first of their
year 638. two alike, either in color or design, beau-
service agreed that with the next 26 Cents
tiful silk fabrics that have the charmof
term an effort would be made to place
distinct individuality and French
music in the schools, notwithstanding --
the fact that they have been besieged "chick"ness. Worth up to $20.00. 100 Dresses: in ages from G to 14 years, ;

; by patrons to substitute other specialties [ Friday Saturday and Monday, worth from $1.00 to $1.50.

which to their minds are more I $4.66 the length On Saturday,

important. Some of these other 46 CentsSILK
studies being domestic science, busi-
32 and 36 inch SHIRTING MADRAS
ness course, manual training, and kin-
dergarten.It The kind that the finer quality of Manhattan SHIRT WAISTS

is the duty of the trustees to fur- shirts are made of, in about 30
nish the place and equipment and of new and dainty designs, showing the Made of a magnificent quality of pure

the county board to furnish the teach- new two and three toned effect so extremely silk Crepe De Chine plain and embroid-
popular at the present time. ered, black and white and colors. Regu-

ers.Neither board is suffering with an Worth from 35c. to 50c. lar values $2.50 and $3.00.

overplus of money. In fact, the income Saturday only, On Saturday,

can improvements not keep pace and with additionsand the required FOR RENT AND SALE : i 19 Cents $1.96

the best and most far-reaching
work must be accomplished first.

Without question, music will reach The Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America i
more pupils than other .'
any; special
Street. Lot 67V- x332. House is modern and contains
study, but high school instruction .
should be the completion, rather than seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and REFUND FOR THE MEN !

the commencement of this as any bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. .,
other study, and therefore it is the *
: :
intention to start down in the grades I
and build a foundation, else the pupil To every purchaser of a pair of Men's Boots or Shoes,

will have nothing more than the ",'e- costing $4.00 and upwards, we will refund the sum of ONE
.. neerot spoken of by Mr. Carr.
The board is glad for the co-opera- DOLLAR. This refund for Saturday only.

tion of the public and the public

prints in furthering this and. other S. Y. WAY -"
school activities.


Chairman Orlando C. E.School HOWARD Trustees.Mr. I Insurance and Real Estate Agent


E. 15. Morey, the clever representative i I PHONE 172
of the Munger Land company DICKSON-IVES COn H

with headquarters in Orange
Center looked after business mattersin

this city yesterday. He has recently -
sold several tracts of land in

this county to farmers in Missouri, "Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place" .
who will arrive in the early fall to

develop their holdings. ORLANDO : : :-: FLORIDA IMM"

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I (@rlau n nritty ,i I IFAVORTE THEATRE ;i i

t Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission I Here we jro, here we go, when doe go": To the Ke.uiu-ky Grocery Co., I
as every l body knoSujrar. \\?. .

ON THE COCIAL CALENDAR I damask cloth, a large brass basket of 5 Cents If Ibs. ---------__-__-___ 1.0eans best Tomatoes -----___ .__:2c :t

w -, 23. roses, resting on a silver framed reflector i Best White Meat, per lb. ______12:!4c :H cans best Kraut ______________25c i
Sunday May adorned the center. On the Best Lard. lb. ___ ______ _____ "
Baccalaureate sermon for O. II. S.graduates HilMlllliUMiililinTODAVS per ------ s c 3 cans best Hominy _____:2,c !
Best Flour sack _______ ______ __
Dr. Presbyterianchurch. place cards were painted little pink per ---- $1.05 2 cans Libby's Cherries 25c I
Stagg each PKOGKAM .;5 gallons Best Coal Oil__________GOc 2 cans Kosedale Table Peaches-_-'%e
Baccalaureate for the senior roses and at plate was a tiny "Finjrer Prints of Fate." A Than- :{ cans Best Corn ------2;)( Best Hams per lb. ______________17c I
class of the sermon Cathedral school St. bouquet of these dainty flowers. houj-er special feature, in two parts. 3 cans best Teas_______-________2c ;5 Ibs best Coffee ______________$1.00 I
Luke's Cathedral 7:30 o'clock by The arrangement of the table and "Turkey Trot Town." A Thanhou- I

Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D. the serving of the six-course dinner ser comedy. I
-0-- were perfect in every detail and GRANDTODAY "MabelFatty and the Law.:' A Kentucky Grocery Co.
COMMITTEE: OX CIVIC Keystone comedy.Fie I
showed the charming individuality cents to all.
ART MAKES EXCELLENT the genial hostess. See those Keystones. 47 W. CHURCH ST. PHONE 329 I
Enjoying this delightful occasion -
the weather of the __ ____ I
Despite warm --- -
with Governor and Mrs. Trammell and PUKE LEMONAIE-Made: : from Ii i
past few weeks the committee of the Vice-President and Mrs. Marshallwere choice lemons; the kind Sheppard : Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
Civic League have taken up their "AX AFFAIR FOR THE used to make. For sale bd.. M i
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gray of Tallahassee -
newly appointed tasks with enthusiasm Cooley, oppo.-ite Dunn's Tra ?fcr. W.
Mrs. J. T. Park of Tampa f!
POLICE"A Church treet. T>-:'!:!-t>t
and many interesting reports and Mrs. E. L. Carney. of Oc la.- rr ASm .. .. -0...._ -J:1Ji1 i
will be made the business
at meeting N
Tallahassee Democrat.0 Vitagraph special feature
f on the last Monday of the month. The U "G ET IT AT ALLEN'S" U I

committee on civic are is chairmanedby complete in two parts. OSTEOPATHYDR. .
Mrs. C. G. Westcott, who, with 1H
her able assistants, Mrs. E. G. Hau- Miss Ann Carter Lee, of U pper- J. C. HOWELL C'4 ''I'IL 'IU
selt, Mrs. C. P. Dow Mrs. Louis Do-
yule, Ga., has been appointed by General "THE GIRL TELEGRAPHER'SPERIL" Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon I
live, Miss Hope Starbuck, and Miss Kiiksville Graduate
Bennett II. Young commander of
May Kilmer, will do much to further Consultation Free U
the United Confederate Veterans, as
Vjustify Orlando's title, "City Beauti sponsor for the South at the reunionin A Kalem Drama."SWEEDIE'S. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan .
ful." This committee that HoteL
Richmond.Miss .
atten- Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
property owners pay especial Lee is of
a !
tion to the parkways, and calls atten- Orlando, Fla.
Gen. Robert E. Lee. She is named for SUICIDE"Another
tion to the pleasing effect obtained by D
General Lee's mother, Ann Carter, a
uniform planting which is noticeablein of those funny come-
descendant of King Carter of Vir-
the block on Main street between. ;
ginia. dies. E
Church and Jackson streets. The
Last year at Jacksonville, Miss Co- 4
committee recommends that
grass rinne Hampton, of South Carolina, LucerneTODAY o GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 3We
only be placed in the parkways, that
of General Wade
Hampton, A GOOD BILL
unbroken stretch of green being pref- was sponsor.-Atlanta Journal. take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry

erable to a variety of flowers and --0-- represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is dif-

bushes. To stimulate interest in beautifying SOCIETY NOTES ferent from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should

the grounds surrounding the OF INTEREST. 5 cents 10 centsttOF visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
houses the civic art committee
pro- A very pleasing musicale was givenat precious
poses to collect plants and cuttings i ilb.
the Rosalind Club Thursday after- stone.ALLEN
during the summer, and early in the & C.VLERS.
noon and the attendance was very _
fall offer these for free distribution.
good. Miss Rose Hamblin and Miss
Prizes will be given for civic improvements Winifred Brown played selections big Lubin special feature .* 0 .. dJ
the details of the contest to be
from )McDowell and
Grieg Chopin,
announced shortly. complete in three parts.
with delightful touch and technique STEP IJY STEP
Eloise Robinson, Chairman Public-
playing entirely from memory. The An exceptional feature.
ity Committee Civic League.0 have we climbed in the paint business
Misses Drew, Miss Anna Jones, and
"TIlEIILLIOXAIRE CABBY" until now we are at the top. Hard
:Miss Corinne Walton gave a charm- l
NOTES ABOUT work, honest prices, fair dealing and
ing Swedish folk dance, as taught A Selig Drama.A .
pure satisfaction-giving have
them by Miss Zillah Shepherd, of the
contributed to our success. Every
beautiful pink brocaded silk Cathedral school. Miss Eliza Wright
--- T article you purchase from us is backed
Miss Leona
gown worn by Benner in
two by Carrie Jacobs
sang songs
SPLENDID SHOW by our personal guarantee. Just
second act of Pinafore loaned
Bond, with Miss Roberta Branch at
by Mrs. Walter Westcott, of Rock the piano. Orange ice and cakes were .. LOUSE name your wants and leave the rest

lake, and has been in her family for a served by the committee of whom GARONTO ( :7' to us. .

hundred years. It was shown to great :Mrs. Florence Hudson was chairman. FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CEXTS PA IId Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

advantage in the Bell trio, when Miss
205 S. Avenue:
Benner danced so gracefully and DAY Orange
The house committee of Sorosis Li- .
charmingly. Miss Benner is the house
brary are redecorating and refurnishing -! COLEMAN: & KHAN Phone 261
guest of the Misses Smith, her home
a room for the regular meetingsof -
being in Lima, Ohio. I I .
the club, which will beery attractive '
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney wore an anc'entand
# when completed and will be quite 1 I
very attractive costume of by- rml N[YERSAL)
independent of the reading room. The III
gone days which was kindly
very work is being done under the able and FRANK CURTIS: *
loaned by :Mrs. Peter Palen. It set I h._ UULm'u:' R. O. EAL
careful supervision of Mrs. Helen
off the old maid cousin to perfectionand Wright. BLACK BOX EPISODE, Xo. 6

added much to the success or the
-0-- In Two Parts. Established 1886
part, as played by Mrs. Cheney.VICEPRESIDENT .
Mr. and Mrs1' C. D. Brumley and .
-0-- The most thrilling Picture
Mr. Merrill, of Chuluota, were shopping ever
in the city Friday. Mr. Merrill shown.


Chuluota which will attract
and Mrs. Park Trammell gave perma-
an elegant and beautifully appointed nent lage. residents for that thriving vil "FACES IX THE XI GilT"

6 o'clock dinner Monday, complimenting LOANS
--0-- A weird and gripping drama.
their house guests, VicePresidentand i
Mrs. Marshall of Indiana. A merry party enjoyed a picnic sup-

The entire lower floor of the "man- per last evening at the summer cottage REAL ESTATE RENTALS

sion" was opened en suite and in every of Mr. and Mrs. Gray Rush, on "SHAVED IX MEXICO"Lko

room were cut glass vases con- Lake Conway. Eighteen were in the Comedy, featuring Hank

taining fragrant Easter lilies or love- party. ,
ly roses. -0- Man. A scream from start to

The color motif of the dining room The second performance of Pina- finish.

was pink-Dorothy Perkins roses fore last evening at the Orlando opera -

were used exclusively and gave a spe- i house was largely attended.

cial charm to this spacious room. The largest Ham in the store For Sale

The table was covered witha heavy Get the news in the Sentinel first. ,
given away at 9 o'clock.

Keep Beautiful House eight rooms. (Lot 65%x167. Price

10 cents 5 cents

We Have the A
$4500.00. bargain.

RequisitesBe Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. A




DEPOTBUTTER Screen your home with our galvanizedwire


: cloth at moderate cost.

MILK This will effectively keep out flies, t

rftrlJd NAIL mosquitoes and other insects
pULlH Fresh Every Day. gnats,

5c. per glass and is

23c.; per gallon


"The Woman Beautiful"Use BUTTER


Our BeautifiersRemember Fresh Homemade II

it is easier to keep your hair than to restore it SANDWICHES

when it falls; USE REXAL 93 HAIR TOXIC 50c. and 81.00. PIES AND CAKES I IiARCADEMILK II The Hardware Storeon the Corner

We have the most complete line of Skin Creams, Powders and

Beautifiers, absolutely! harmless.It I I

is easier .to keep :your self always young and retain your I

beauty and complexion than to overcome sallowness and wrinkles.

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Lake Site .dumber. Laths and S11iJ.1gles:
SENTINEL C Colallial l ] Hill

You hear about Co-

Two lonial Hills.

Y Morning Sentinel Want You read about Colo- A

Directory is the Greatest Want ORLANDO
nial Hills.
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando.
You talk about Colo-
Terms Cash in Advance.
136 acres with beautiful fron- nial Hills.

tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day RATES______________23t Sooner or later you Royal Cement, AjjatilE Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days _____-_____50c
will in Colonial
$15 per acre. For Six Days ______________75c buy ---- --- -
For One Month ____________$2.50 Hills. Why not NOW! I
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- It will give you satis-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
faction and
will be one cent per word for profit.
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in-

See E. B. sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to CARL DANN
Bradley Quick.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts' opened by telephone will be GAS IS THE FUEL OF NO DISAPPOINTMENTS
payable the following day. t
Dr. S. S. Jones
Every Home-Every Busines--'
Sentinel Want Ad. 1
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Welkins Block PHONE 504 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
being restored to health' by chiro-
.0 FOR SALE practic adjustments, the new scienceof
FOR 90 DAYSYou removing the cause of disease. Examination .
,FOR SALE-One Ford auto, in good free. 12-24-lmo You can be sure you will never be disappointed by .
condition; some chickens, and two
can buy foundation window frames and glazed sashes. your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS
atone building blocks, side- Going north and must sell. Apply DoctorsBuckiimsttT RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control, it
walk tile In 206 East Church street. 5-16-Gt :
or my
line at reduced. Call around i & Brnndagc may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of

and let meysurpriseyou on FOR SALE-Chalmers] touring car, bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out
fully equipped, first class condition; OSTEOPATHS .
prices. bargain. 32 West just right.
Inquire Church. Personal instruction under Dr. Still
Phone 422. AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you need '
F. D. GORE, at Kirksville, Mo.
FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 5 passenger, in good condition; extra National Bank. Phone 578. ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.

Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. equipment; extra tire; exceptional -- You will be interested in knowing all the improve-
value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. PHONE 646
-8-lmoc ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic

I FOR SALEA For Eight Cylinder Cadillac lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man

clean, nice cash business for a
lustier, on easy terms; requires only BARNARD & SON I
OB. JOSEPHINE HARPER small cash payment, balance to suit 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
Office corner Orange Avenue andChurch -9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. 12-10-1m

SU Davis & McNeil Bldg.. .
Phone 419.Toasted. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage, seven rooms and bath, Orlando Wood Yard
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf Removed from Pine St. two blocks

Rice FlakesThe FOR RENT north on Railroad, west end Washington WATER & LIGHT CO,

St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
choicest of Cereals and

just the article for breakfast FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- all times. GAS DEPARTMENT
during the summer months. mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc


buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 3UDON'T
Grape Smash over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see me.
'f The 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
most delicious hot

weather drink.Comb. .


Honeymade pher-bookkeeper.experienced young Best'lady of references.stenogra- Service will Service will 1

Address, giving particulars, S-B., care
Sentinel. 5-21-6t If you are disappointedabout H1: Start Pllr S rin Wat r Start

from the orange blossoms.CARUTHERS getting a new Eas- May; flOth May 10th
young man
ter Suit,we can put your
having fifteen years experience in
department stores desires position old one in good condi-
where ability and merit would war-
tion for just such occas
rant advancement. Best references.
& GORE Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf ions. In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands
WANTED-To clean
I buy good rags I
New Modern Grocery at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Dry Cleaning
Phone 200 lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 Steam Cleaning
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 Pressing and Repairing Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
t 6 and 8 East Pine St. acres unimproved; extra good land. COOLER Free of Charge.
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc
l Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon.No .
t [OST-One bicycle wheel, between Cut Flowers
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
i return to Morton Jones & Son, bus
: $16.60 line. 5-13-tf and Plants deliveries-made less than 5 gallon Jots.ANALYSIS.

Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Shop. 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyre Floral Designs : .

repairs of all kinds done
Rollins College, Florida.
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty' ; Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915

garages, office fixtures; window and .Violet Dell Florist.J. II. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
And ReturnVIA door frames made to order. Get our Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
prices. 18 East Church street. A brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo

: Atlantic Coast LineStandard ROSES for commencement.AND CARNATIONS Miss for Kate sale 509. 408 South Lake St. COLOR _________________________ ____aear-

Ronson, Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t REACTION _________________________________Neutral
Under New Management FREE AMONIA ____________________________Xone. .
Railroad of the South NOTICE TO TilE PUBLIC ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _________________None
and Owing having to the received increase a car of business load of House CHLORIDE _______________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon. .
Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd plumbing goods, we have moved our I. Smyth TOTAL SOLIDS ______________-_______8 parts per 1,000,000-0.-16 grains per gallon.
olumbing shop to 208 Boone street, NITRATES _________________________________Trace
Final limit by extension June 30 and all plumbing will make work special for low the prices next on 30 Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. HARDNESS _____-________________________38 Parts pet 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Stop-Overs Side Trips days.SALLAS One Block from Court House The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
Variable Routes & SALLAS. Plumbers, monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses. of these indicating contamination.of .
208 Boone St.RACKARD'S -
For reservations call The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
on Rates
PRESSING CLUB by Day or Week. Summer
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. Rates Now On. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

'v. R.0'NEALC.P.&T. Located in the Arcade Building quality.A .
A. All work guaranteed and neatly MRS. J. H. McCAMY very desirable feature ol this spring,&ir is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Orlando of calcium and carbonates found in waters of this ,
done. Our work is the best -. the amount magnesium many 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 the body. Yours respectfully, ""1
old clothes made new. CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOG:: _.. .oAKER.

Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. 373
: Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
., West
pressed ____40c. Jefferson Street
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

pressed -----_______50c .
iDR. L H. RAMSDEU Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood Company

FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES Clothes a trial called and for be and convinced.delivered. PROMPT Wood of SERVICE All Kinds W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Pho e1444 I Ir


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The Attractions Are'


completed, will be opened to the public, McINTOSH ORCHESTRA .

name of the winner of the Ten Dollars will be an- BATHING, BOATING, FISHING Auto service will run on schedule at a charge of lOc.

nounced at 8.30 p.m., by the following judges, Hon. J. M. MOTOR BOAT TRIP AROUND LAKE each way for adults, children under 12, 5c. No charge for

Cheney, S. Y. Way and J. L. Giles, at the Park. (45 minute trip.) children under 5 not occupying seats.

( Picnic parties are invited, and the management desires FREE MOVING PICTURES I
Admission to grounds after 5.30 pm.
that everyone bring along a pleasant smile. In aboutone RESTAURANT AND REFRESHMENT STAND
Saturday, the Opening Day will be CHILDREN'S DAY *
week's time a formal opening will be announced, at Strictly Up-to-Date.
at the Park. Bring the children and picnic on the grounds.: ,
which time water and other sports will be featured. PICNIC GROUNDS
Strict order will be maintained.



1'0 Children 5 Csnts Adults 1O gents I

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GROWING STRAWBERRIES IN commercial scale, shipments practically OAKLAND NEWS NOTES 1 I II I Annie Smallbone. !is spending the week with h"r father, : WORK FOR IDLE MINERS
TilE SOUTH cease as soon as berries froma I Harold Henschen and sisters, Mr. J. G. Malcolm, and family.
Washington, D. C.The strawberryis I more northern.region begin to move I Oakland, Fla., May .-Miss Ber- Teasley and family, Mr. Vick and Mrs. Vick is entertaining her friend, J Pittsburgh, Pa.-Resumption of

the most valuable of the small fruit in car lots. nice Wren spent Thursday with her family, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Shupe Miss Stuart, of Plymouth, this week. !I lake coal shipments and increased

crops grown in the United States. The The strawberry is propagated com- father at Clermont. took an auto ride over to Clay Springs Dr. Anderson and family, of Winter I consumption of coal by industries in |
commercial value of the strawberrycrop mercially by runners from old plants. Mrs. R. L. Bird, of Beulah, enter- Sunday.Mr. Garden, attended church services I this section have resulted in renewed |,
in 1909 was nearly $18,000,000, The runner first forms leaves; then I tained at luncheon, on Wednesday of F. E. Shore, of Okeechobee, is here Sunday. activity in mining operations in the
and the acreage was one-half of the takes root. This :young plant receives last week, Mesdames Chas. Tilden, here with his brother, Mr. C. J. Shore, Pittsburgh district. Three-fourths of
total of all small fruits. This does nourishment from the mother plant I Dan McKinnon, Mather-Smith, and J.1 I' who has been quite ill for some time. Guests arriving at the San Juan the miners in this district, estimated J Jat
not include the small home garden until it is capable of self support, C. Michael. We hope he kill soon be able to be hotel yesterday included E. R. Fagan, about thirty-seven thousand, have I
patches, which would probably double when the runner dies. The new plant, Dr. A. O. Bannon, an evangelist, around again. Wharton Mitchell, Atlanta; C. Saar- been recalled to work after months of
the value. Practically one-fourth of as soon as it is wel lestablished, often will hold a series of meetings in a Mr. and :\Mather-Smith: enter- bach, New York; C. P. Rice, Guy S. idleness!>, and it is expected this number -
the crop is grown in the Southern sends out runners and forms other I tent, at the park, beginning Tuesdayand tained for dinner on Tuesday night, Davis, Tampa; G. A. Ruster, Sarasota will be increased soon. '
States, according to a new bulletin of plants. These young plants that have continuing through the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Collier and Mr. ; II. T. Howard, II. Metcalf, B. C.
the U. S. department of agriculture not produced fruit are the ones used Mrs. Cross and little girls went to and Mrs. C. C. Collier. Dorster, A. O. Martin, C. Sanderson, A1IERlCA"SGGRESSOns .
(Farmers' Bulletin No. 664)). for setting new plantations. I Hartwell, Ga., last week to take Bessie Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Grey, of Hal Estes, L. E. Bissell Jacksonville;
An important consideration in growing Propagation by seed is never resorted and Susie Barrett to see their rela- Ocoee, were on Thursday to meet II. T. Diver, St. Petersburg; W. II. Douglas, Ariz.-The American col-
strawberries in the South for the to except for the production of tives, on account of Bessie's poor with the ladies of the Episcopal mis- Moriarty, Pittsburgh; W. A. Whit- onists at Esperanza were the aggressors -
northern markets, according to the new varieties, since no one can fore- health. We hope she will soon im sion, at the home of Mrs. Hatfield, for comb, Bloomington, 111.; S. G. Lavine, in the recent battle with Yaqui
new bulletin, is to select a location tell what kind of fruit will be pro- prove. the purpose of organizing an auxil- I;Xew York; M. A. Davidson, Boston; Indians, in which three Americanswere
where the climatic and soil conditionsare duced by a seedling plant. All new The children have had several May iary. After the business session the II. A. Miller, New Orleans; Rufus M. killed, according to a dispatch
conducive to the early ripeningof varieties, however, come from seed, basket parties during the last week. hostess served cake and ice cream. (Robbins, M. V. Thompson, Titusville; today from Nogales, Sonora. The Indians t
the fruit, so there will' be little either through normal variation in the I Among those who received the pretty Mrs. Thompson and children, of I iJ. L. Michaels, Atlanta, and Carl were raiding ranches owned by
competition from regions further seedlings or through variation induced favors were Vera Hickman, Dorothy Monteverde, are spending several days Reed, Bristol, Tenn. Mexicans in the vicinity, the message
north. In many southern sections I by crossing two distinct varies Cordele, Gussie Hinchen, Eva Michael with Mr. Jeff Waits. I says, when a party of Americans in-
.. where strawberries are produced on a I ties. I Freddy Edwardy, Grace Husband, and Mrs. L. II. Gore, of Winter Garden. The want ad.'s the thing. terfered.
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Speed, Silence and Convenience

of Operation

.. -XA For F r Exdllailge ll n[ F For r Floriffa Proierty :

Remington RemrtonRefinment/

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased, for three years, for 7500.00 per year,
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida. ,

Oualit t

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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. -
Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year. i
Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt.

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

: N Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends Want
Mortgage $11,500.00.
rents for $2,664.00 per year. $25,000.00. good <
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We .

p. t.. _
; ,. have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort
.. a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apop- '
S _. ka. Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.
t- ; the occupants.

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

Income Property.WARING.
', ". E I
w Th that
I: power commands -

respect. .

Narragapsett Model $695 f.o.b.1 factory :-: 1

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

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim .j


t I. S R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish wecan match what you haveft

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Just two more days to buy electrical -

: II. L. Haight fixtures, Church and hantels street. at cost. THE KEY To SUCCESS

y "
Miss Ruth Martin, Monteverde, '
: IN
has arrived in Orlando on'a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Chas. Piatt. J 1 '
t..1 / I
Mr. and :Mrs. John E. Hamilton will .
ipp4 I II leave in a few days for Albany, N. Y., # '.
where they will spend the summer. :- .

.f ,
I I Mr. Geo. W. Kingsley, one of Mait-
land's esteemed citizens, was among
Loyalty to the State the welcome visitors to the county I \
seat yesterday.Mr. .

The rigid State Banking Laws of Florida
F. II. Davis, one of the sub- \ .
must be complied with to the letter or we stantial citizens and mayor of Apopka &. .. 4 t, .J b,; -\---. .
,1 lose our charter. Under their safe pro- county, was seat among yesterday.Mr. the .visitors to the kr- I:5! (;:, .

visions the depositors' money goes largelyto iASK".ANY! .
J. F. Harris, one of the success- MAN .. .
the development of home industries. ful truckers of the Pine Castle section, IS SUCCESSFUL }:. rWHO

transacted business in the county metropolis -
the advance-
Loyalty to the State-and I
yesterday.Mr. HE'IX'
; ment of your own personal interests- I
; M. :M. Miller, of Kissimmee, ;;-r';; .
should induce you to open an account with I
was among the business transactors
the I spending the day in Orlando yester
OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

State Bank of Orlando Mr. F. W. Wilmott left yesterday i Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account

afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., where he started a few years ago would come in handy now. Start

will be engaged in business affairs for it now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

some days. the money.
\ We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
Mr. J. F. Harrington,: of Taft, sec- &
put in our bank and compound the interest every three
retary and treasurer of the Taft
drainage commission, was in Orlando months. ,
yesterday attending a meetnig of the

Auburndale was represented in Or- The Peoples National Bank"IT

lando yesterday by :Mr. Geo. R. Nox-
on, who came up from his home in IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
Polk county to look after business

matters.Mr. .
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G. :M. Cotton, of Pittsburg, Pa.
arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line. He
expects to remain in this section fora

couple of weeks. I11111I1 1111111111" II I 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' ,ttrrnraMAXWELL

Mr. Gabe Long, his daughter, Miss I
Summer Cocking May, and :Mr. S. F. Long, motored to .
Orlando yesterday from their homein I
Shouldn't Cook Chuluota and spent the day greeting -
f old friends and shopping.Mr. Ii
the Cook sue: p MOTOR CARS
: W. B. Collier and wife, who ,
Getting dinner readyin have been spending some time in Orlando -

July is just as com \ departed yesterday afternoon
for Yonkers, N. Y., where they will
fortable as in November pond the summer. | FullyEquipped; $750.00A |

you use a
FLORENCE OIL :Messrs. II. C. Berry, J. T. Brown
and C. T. Fairbanks, of Baltimore,
COOK STOVE. Car backed
good by
"The Tunz71gPD71li" Oil Stove History" :Md., are spending the next few daysin up a

The hert into the the city. They are located at the
} goes
FLORENCEOil San Juan hotel. good Company
cooking, not into the

kitchen. It does! your Cook Stoves Mr. G. W. Chapman arrived in Or-

work well and reliably lando yesterday afternoon from Jack-
"Look for the Lever"and
sonville and will
spend a of
- couple
.' keeps you com weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
fortable. It requires less watching and regulating T. Chapman, at their home on De-
\ Laney street. I Sold By
than a coal stove.You .

can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot Mr. R. H. Ludlam, of Kissimmee, .
I San Juan Garage Company f fM ,
'. or merely simmering flame. spent yesterday in Orlando on busi-
ness. He is a civil engineer and is in
Come in and let us show you how these Florence charge of the work now being promulgated -

{ Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No mission.Mr. by the Taft drainage com-

Wicks to burn out. No fahes to leak. Once

started, each burner will keep going at the same and Mrs. Frank Beck, of Bel- 1111.1.1.. .II.I..II..I.I.JI.III..IIIII.IIII..I.I.II..I. .. .III. / '- &
more, Pa., who have enjoyed several
power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY.
weeks in this of
part Florida, have
SAFE departed for their home in the Keystone .

the summer.State, where they will spend i WHO WILL BE YOUR EXECUTOR?

OSCAR HAND & SON Mr. D. B. Sphaler, one of the ster- j AX... ling and well known citizens of the I When you appoint an individual as your executor .
southern part of the county, was in you do not know who will eventually carry
the city yesterday from Winter Home I' out the provision of your wIll.A .; ;
attending a meeting of the Taft-drain- PERSON nominated to execute your will may ,'
age commission.Mr. not long survive you. Sickness may delay or prevent "
'ilimiMMttMlitiiMltlMlltllliMliMiMillMIMiGIFTS the beginning or completion of his service.In ,. ;-
W. R. O'Neal returned yesterday -i
I afternoon from Jacksonville either case, another person vriH be appointed ;' : -. i I
by the Court, possibly the last person "L-: : .
where he had
attending the six- "" Ii
FOR GRADUATES whom you would have :selected! to cary out the
ty-ninth annual convocation of the
Grand Chapter Royal Arch :Masons of wishes expressed in your will. :

Florida. tinuous.The Service of a TRUST COJJPAXY is con- ;Ta _I I 91I

Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin Mrs. F. II. Gray, who has been Sickness and abesnce do not delay. You may I .
spending several weeks in Orlando, begin now to cultivate an intimacy and consult

Pendantor will start today for Oakland, Cal. j freely with the officers of the company about
She will stop en route at Washington ] your affairs, and know that the information and f 1
and Chicago. :Mrs. Gray is largely wishes imparted to them will permanently influence l-

other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best interested in Orange county realty.Mr. and facilitate the accomplishment of your
value for ;your money by coming to us. dearest preferences in the settlement of your estate '- : te
and :Mrs. R. F. O'Brien were 1
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine among those departing Thursday for as
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamonds their home in Ottawa, Ohio. Later BE UNBROKEN. r -
of merit. We I Answer No. 2 will appear in the future i issue -
excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly they expect to take an auto tour j
low. We also offer you choice selections! and through Pennsylvania and Xew York. : of this newspaper.
the best service. They also will spend some time in the i i Come in any time and freely ask for further z
mountains and at Rockaway Beach.I' information on this vitally important spbject. You
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and do it I
we officers
are welcome, and our are always glad to
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the :Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Briggs and '! give advice. I

wearer. daughter, of Dunn, N. C., who have 'i
been spending some time in this sec- I,

tion noon prospecting over the Atlantic, left yesterday Coast Line after-for i Orlaildo ll Bank & Trllst t C Goffihlahy

their home in that state. They did ,
T. H. EVANS not depart, however, before investing !
r ii! Orange county realty purchasing ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital
from the Munger Land cjmpany avery i,
desirable! tract of land in the i( and Surplus and Undivided Profits 131,000.00. Total Resources! over Three
JEWELERStllUlllllliHit. Lockhart section. They will retun: Quarters of Million.. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.; /I
in the fall to make their home in this i i I
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