The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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t i. DURING WAR-WAR ZONE IS new Baptist church is completed Anthem. I I

... OUTLINED ready for occupancy, and will Prayer, Rev. C. T. Douglass, D. D.,
r pastor' Winter Park Baptist church.
be dedicated with appropriate ceremonies -
Hymn 515.
- Sunday, May 30. It is a beautiful Announcements.Address .
German And Austrian Ambassadors church in every respect. Not a Rev. John W. Stagg, D. D.,
ingle detail has been overlooked. Orlando pastor First Presbyterian church.
.. Fail In Eleventh Hour Proposals is proud of her churches. Address, Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor
; The following program has been First M. E. church, south. DONEGAN FAVORS BILL TO COMMISSION: : AT ('11.\TT V-
arranged for dedication services, Sunday Solo.
',:. May 30: Address, (to be supplied). EXEMPT: HOMES: FROM: NOOGA DECIDES ON
Both Leave Foreign Office Looking Downcast and Acting Nervously MORNING PROGRAM Hymn 138.Address .
(Subject to Change) "Our Temple," Rev. B. D. STATE TAXATION EAST COAST ROUTE
-King Will Issue Another Proclamation Addressed Sunrise service, 6:50 a. m. Gray, D. D, LL. D.

_. to the Army and Navy-Austria's Action in Destroying Bible Morning school, 9:15 Worship to 10:15, 10:"a.:; m. gation Offertory standing and).benediction (congre- NEGLIGENCE CAUSE MARIANA ARE[ 10 ROUTES HAVE BEEN SELECTEDThis

! Communication Between Two Countries Organ prelude, Chorus of Pilgrims Postlude in D (E. 1.. Ashford).
(Wagner). Evening Service, 7:30
'; Constitutes Casus Belli Processional, Hymn 83. Organ prelude, Movement from
Invocation, Dr. Poulson. Sonata in A (Oliver King). Dixie Highway to Pass Through Was Done in Order to

BULLETIN Hymn 520 (Baptist Hymnal). Processional, Hymn. Jacksonville Says Report Avoid Disputes-One Year
Scripture lesson. Invocation and the Lord's Prayer
ROME: MAY 22.-A ROYAL DECREE WAS ISSUED TO- Anthem. (congregation standing). Received at the Given to Finish
Prayer, Dr. Stagg. Anthem.
OF WAR EXISTS Solo.Announcements.. Scripture lesson. CapitalBy Segments

Offertory, Berceuse (D. Alard). Prayer.Anthem..
C. F. Johnson
VINCENZA BELLUNO UDINE, VENISE, TREVISO, PADUA, Unveiling of windows, with Olive's Chattanooga, Tenn., May 22.-The
NANTUA FARRARA AND ALSO IN THE ISLANDS AND Brow and Coronation (congregation Announcements. The Sentinel Bureau, fourteen commissioners of the Dixie
.. standing). Offertory, Pastoral (Arthur Pear- Tallahassee, Fla., May 22. Highway Association late this after-
-' COAST TOWNS OF THE ADRIATIC, AND ALL FORTS WHICH Reception of new members. son). Senator Arthur A. Donegan, of Kis- noon completed the task of definingthe
HAVE BEEN DECLARED AS STATE DEFENSE BY THE Sermon, Rev. B. D. Gray, D. D., Solo. simmee, today introduced a joint res- .
LL. D., Atlanta, Ga. Sermon, Dr. B. D. Gray, Atlanta. great Chicago-to-Miami roadway.The
:MINISTER OF WAR." "The Building Fund.* Words from Mr. Overstreet, chair- olution for a constitutional amend- salient points of the route are
t Doxology and benediction (congre- man building committee. ment that will exempt all homes within Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville Cincinnati -
Rome, May Mobilization of Italy's army and navy began gation standing). Hymn 34. the state from state tax and leaveit Lexington, Knoxville, Nash-
f' Postlude, Caprice in E minor (Jas. Prayer and benediction.
tonight. Dickinson). Postlude, from Festal Overture optional with each city and county ville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Macon,

This was followed by the issuance, during the afternoon, of a Afternoon Service, 3 O'clock (John Kinross). whether taxes are levied on such Tallahassee, Jacksonville, St. Augustine -
Organ prelude, Chant Triumphal homes. Palm Beach, Miami.In .
general mobilization decree and imperial manifesto recalling all ((Harvey Gaul). Mr. Wm. S. Branch, Jr., organist.Mr. The senator's idea is that elimina- order avoid the
disputes commissioners -
classes of reservists whatever Processional, Hymn. Geo. W. Phillips, director of the
category and under whatever colors tion
Invocation. I choir. of taxes on homes occupied by in reality decided upon two
and the signing by King Victor of the bill conferring extraordinary their owners will have a tendency to routes, known as the eastern and they

powers on the government in the event of and during the encourage home owning. The wa western.
the idea is presented this session i is The western runs from Chicago to
war.The different from those of other sessionsin
Miami via Indianapolis. Louisville and
decree summons all Italian subjects to call and join the colors -
that it provides an election on the Vashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Ma-
= not later than Tuesday. question of city and county tax. non, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, St. Augustine -

x The provinces of Sondrio, Brescia, Belluno, Udino, Benetia, Tre- Marianna Fire Report Palm Beach.

viso, Padua, Bizana, Mantu, and all the islands and communes on The legislative committee on inves- The eastern leaves the western at

the Odriatic frontier are declared within the war zone. "" tigating the Marianna reform school Indianapolis and joins it again at
today reported, declaring that the firewas
: Chattanooga, passing through Day-
The mobilization decree was issued at 4 o'clock and makes
... mobilization not of incendiary origin, but ex ton, Lexington, Cumberland Gap and
effective tomorrow. pressing the belief that gross negligence Knoxville, and from Chattanooga, the
t A short hour just preceding the publication of the decree was was responsible for the terrible eastern route passes through Dalton

one of great activity about the foreign offiffce. Short and decisive effects of the burning of the dormitory and joins the western at :Macon.

t conferences were held, during which it is understood the German of the white boys at that institu From Macon to Jacksonville the
tion last year. eastern route will be selected within
and Austrian ambassadors made eleventh hour advances to forestall -
Removal of the white boys' school 1 ninety days.It .
the one act, which aside from the formal declaration of war, was recommended in the committee was agreed that all segments of

:. mean war. "" 4tat. report.No the road must be constructed withinone

Ambassadors Von Buelow and De'Macchio visited Sonnino at ; Mention Central Route year up to specifications.

the foreign office shortly after 3 o'clock. Both left greatly down- Word was received here this after

cast, and De'Macchio was in a highly nervous state. noon from the Dixie Highway Com BACCALAUREATE SERMON AT
mission that the "GeorgiaFloridascenic
The minister of war, Zuppelli, at 3:30 o'clock visited the king to route, via Tallahassee and METHODIST CHURCHDr.

submit for his signature a number of important documents. The Brief Description Of Orlando's Newest Jacksonville," had been selected by Nathaniel Pratt, of Winter

decree of mobilization, it is believed, was not the least importantof unanimous vote as the official route Park, will preach at the Presbyterian
House Of
these. Worship for the Dixie highway.No church this morning at the regulars

The king's decree assembling the nation's armed forces came -- mention was made in the me service and this evening at the Mfth-

a..1a reply to the Austro-Hungarian The interior of the new Baptist church midwabetween floor and cell cage here that the route through Orlando odist church Dr. Pratt will deliver the
statement re- ., and Kissimmee and then across baccalaureate sermon to the high
church is, if possible, more beautiful ing.The
garding the Italian renunciation of the triple alliance treaty. The than the exterior. Pews are placedin pews are handsomely finishedin the state was considered. school class. This is to be a union

Vienna note was handed to the Italian ambassador at the Austrin a graceful circle, facing the north- Above light oak the effect.southern and eastern' service of the Baptist, Methodist and

capital Friday and by him transmitted here today. west corner, where is located the bap- floors there is a large and nicely ar Sam Will Add Referendum Clause Presbyterian congregations. The baccalaureate -
Earlier in the day the king issued manifesto tistry, reached from the rear by ranged balcony. Hon. S. S. Griffin has received the service was to have been
a to the
ex- swinging doors. The class rooms of the church an
petitions referring to the passage of held at the Presbyterian church but
plaining why Italy was forced to resort to arms, and appealing-to Above the baptistry the organ and so arranged that they may be increased the
Orlando publicity bill, also several the pipe organ got out of order at thee
the nation to do its and choir loft are located, the organ, an or diminished in size and
duty win
a victory for a just cause. Estey instrument, has just been installed number by opening or closing connecting letters in regard to the measure. li last moment, necessitating changed
Another proclamation will be addressed to the army and navy. by an expert from the Estey doors. There are some fifteen stated late tonight that he would adda the program. Consequently thee
The choir loft is somewhat class
factory. rooms. referendum clause submitting th union service will be held at the Methodist
lower than the organ and is large The basement of the building is divided
Austrians Concentrating Along Adige enough to accommodate thirty sing- into two large) rooms, which areto question to a vote of the people and church.YESTERDAY'S.
Switzerland, May 22, via Paris.-A Journal dispatch from Rome ers.Beautiful be occupied by the primary depart pass the bill at once.
s the clusters of stained glass ment and the Baraca class. Tax Certificates CanceledA
says are concentrating large forces along the upper dome light twelve feet in diameter is The general effect which is noticedin I bill BALL GAMES
Adige. The Adige flows from the Tyrolese Alps into Lombardynd directly above the central auditorium. the interior of the Baptist churchis passed the house today authorizing -
enters the gulf of Venice. Frosted ceiling lights cast a subdued I the circular arrangement. This ar the city of Tallahassee to National League
light over the audience. I rangement has been carried out in every sell its public utility plants and make Boston, Chicago 5.
An artistic strip of white plaster detail and renders perfect acoustic contracts with
a private
All others rain.4mt'rican.
Italy Free to Open Hostilities work encircles the entire inside of the '' properties in the auditorium. such service. Anotehr bill company passed the League

Paris, May 22.-It is considered that Austria's action in destroying house today cancels all tax certificates St. Louis 6, New York 2.

the bridges and cutting telegraph and telephone lines at HARRIS NEEDS NO ADVICE TEUTONIC ALLIES HALT !I held by the state on lands, dated Cleveland 7, Washington 6; thirteen -

Ponte Caffaro and Lodrone can be held to constitute a casus belli, prior to 1901. The senate passed the innings. '

making Italy free to open hostilities without further I naval stores inspection bill providing Detroit 5, Philadelphia 2. .

,. formalities, says a Gaulois dispatch from Turin. diplomatic! Governor-elect Says lie Can : Russians Bring Them to Standstill I that spected all by such a state products agent.must be i nChicago 11 Federal, Boston 3. 1 j,

Ponte Caffaro is a short distance north of Riva Deal With Frank Case on East Bank of River League j
extreme I Kansas City 2, Buffalo 3.
northern point in Austria, on Lake Garda. Ausfrian troops were Without Outside San, Says London I THE WEATHER St. Louis 6, Newark 2. '

withdrawn after the civil population had been forced to evacuate AssistanceMacon Dispatch Florida: Fair Sunday and :Mon Chicago 4, Brooklyn 2.

viva and other sections of Venizia under Austrian aI-I day. Baltimore-Pittsgurgh, rain.
rule. Ga., May 22.-Letters,-petitions London, May 22.-The Teutonic Southern League
When the :Milan
express reached a point near Ponte Caffaro, resolutions and memorials sent lies, who have been pursuing the retreating That story in Ladies' Home Journal Nashville 2, Atlanta 9.
where the line had been cut, the train was seized the and Saturday Evening Post will
Austrian from out of the state, in connection Russians who were driven est you. Curtis & O'Neal. rMemphis 4, Mobile 1. J

and the crew was arrested. It is supposd the same fate has be- with the Frank case, will not be given from the Carpathian passes, have Chattanooga 2, New Orleans 6. J
fallen another train from which no news has been received since it vance, while Vienna claims that daily Little Rock 1, Birmingham 2; 13 '
any consideration by Governor-elect been brought to a halt on the eastern
crossed the Austrian frontier. gains of ground are made in "a slowly innings.
Harris. bank of the San. I
South Atlantic
advancing offensive. According to League i
J Washington, May 22.-Secretary j Mr. R. L. Verble died at his "You say for Nat Harris that if the The Russians have turned and areiving Petrograd the Austro-German attack? I Jacksonville 4, Augusta 1. 11
McAdoo was being congratulated to- j dence resi- matter of dealing with executive clem- their former pursuers battlein on the Galician front are growing constantly Macon 6, Savannah 7. j
on Kentucky avenue shortl; one of the most terrific conflicts weaker. Columbus 0, Charleston 2. '
day over the birth of a daughter and ency to a condemned man be consid- yet I I I t
also over his first appearance at his after 11 o'clock yesterday morning. ered by him, the entire outside worldwon't waged on the eastern front. I On the western front the fighting Albany 3, Columbia 5. ,.I
office in the treasury department since He had been ill but a short time, Petrograd claims the Russians are !continued throughout the day. Berlin I

he was operated upon for appendicitis death resulting from heart disease. I I bit. be taken into consideration one advancing along the left bank of the ':makes no mention of fighting on this Carlisle, Eng.. May 22.-At least ;I
Deceased San and have occupied it after severe front, but Paris tonight claims successes !' fifty persons were killed early today ;I
about two months ago. leaves a widow and several....... "It is a Georgia matter, and if I am fighting, taking four villages and have I I for the British north of La-- :when three trains came into collision j I

President Wilson's first grand- children. The hour of the funeral to consider the case I will consider it beaten the Teutons back in an attempt I i Bassee, and northeast of Festubert, (at Gretna, near here. The final list a i
daughter was born to Secretary and will be at 2:30 o'clock today at the altogether from a Georgia basis, with to take the fifth. On the right I!and in the region of LaQuinfrae Rue. of dead may be considerably greater, j"
McAdoo last The child Rev. Dr. the
night. cemetery, Poulson officiat- interests of Georgia and the interests rank one town has been taken by the Noticeable gains from house to house, for it is believed many sustained fatal l j jiOJluAe.
will Le r .l..cd rn Wilson: JicAdoo, j inC!r- U!!-< !'+='k v, HnnJ:: is in charge that Georgia have I I
persons at Russians. fighting in the streets o" '. ... The total casualties prob- j
for the late Mrs. V.oclOWVi n. I ot the arrangements. I Ia I heart." ; were I
I j j i Berlin makes no claims of an ad- made by the French today. ",0Vm: reach 403. '!

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L, 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 U. S. WEALTH $187,731,000,000
Washington May .-Director of Empire HotelSPECIAL
; : WE DELIVER THE GOODS : the Census Sam L. Rogers today reported -
the wealth of the United

: ; j Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service j means States $1,965 to be for$187,739,000,000.every; man. woman This BULK
I : and child in the country. The estimate :
is made for the year 1912. JOC SUNDAY OWNER 50C
: I In less than two-thirds of a century i
Harley-Davidson Truck -from 1850 to 1912-the total wealthof
: the nation, excluding tax exempt Cream of Celery Soup _)
real estate increased from $7,136-
f' : FOR QUICK SERVICE 00,000, or ?308 per capita to $175- Sour Pickles Celery
: 426,000,000, or $1,836 per capita, the Baked Sea Trout Butter Sauce
percentages of increase being 2,358 "
for the total and 496 for the per cap- Roasted Potatoes Your Drug* Store .
f : PHONE 444 : ita amounts.In Kimblet Cut of Beef, au jus
other words the wealth of the
nation as a whole is nearly twentyfive Roast Leg of Lamb Green Peas,
[ : times as great as it was in 1850, Chicken Pot Pie, Southern Style
i Good and Bad Cigar Stores while that of the individual is about
six times as ,great. Spanish Puff Lemon Sauce

t iniiiiiiiiiiniaiiORLANDO_. I . I U u u U II'. The tax at exempt$12,314,000,000 real estate or was$129 estimated Mashed White Potatoes Every woman in this city is interested in Pure Drugs
June Peas,
per capita, in 1912. Early We keep that in mind when buying drugs.
The total and
per capita amountsof Sugar Corn
Ft the national wealth for the sev- Steamed Rice, Full stocks of Drugs Medicine,, Pharmaceuticals of
eral census years are as follows:
, ROOFING Total (exclusiveof Per Vanilla Ice Cream Cake finest quality. This store is always in position to fill your

exempt Lemon Cream Pie orders the doctor's orders
Year. real property) capita or promptly and efficiently.If .
1904 1912 ____$175,426,000,000_ 100,273,000,000 $1,836 Fruit Pudding Orange Sauce you want the best and nothing but the best the I

SHEET METAL CO. 1900 un nn_ 82,305,000,000 1,083 1,234 Cheese CrackersTea best way to get it is to come to this store where you will
1890 __Uu 61,204,000,000 975 Coffee Iced Tea
1880 __u__ 41,642,000,000 830 be sure to find the best.
1870 __ __
24,055,000,000 624
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos 1860 ___u___ 16,160,000,000 514 RESORT
1850 ______ 7,136,000,000 308 Montreal among the big mountainsof
- and Rubber RoofingsCornices The value of exempt real property North Carolina, is unique. Private ..
is not included in the foregoing com- family has high class accommodationsfor
parison for the reason that at the cen- a few desirable adult guests.
t Skylights Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings suses of 1850 to 1870 no data relating Large, comfortable new house; running City Drug StoreJ.
r to this item were collected. Beginning water in each room; sleeping
with 1880 however, the inquiries porches; unexcelled home cooking.
f Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO have covered both taxed and exempt Particulars address "Birdwood," Box
property. The following table shows 27, Montreal, N. C. 5-16-S10t L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA
I the estimated value of all classes of

d wealth combined for the census years Arrivals at the San Juan ;yesterdaywere
1880 to 1912Total (taxable Per
r Year and exempt capita G. M. Fort Jacksonville; J. II.
rf f 1912 --$187,739,000,000 $1,965 Hollcombe, Tampa; W. H. Harrison,
1904 Un_ 107,104,000,000 1,318 Chas. H. Benjamin New York W. E.
: Where Is No. 10 E. Church St.? 1900 _nu 88,517.000,000 1,165 ;
1890 65,037,000,000 1,036 Mosher, Washington, D. C.; W. II.
: I 1880 __nu_n_ 43,642,000,000 870 Conn Mulberry; P. J. Wallace St.
OPPOSITE DEAN'S CITY DRUG STORE I Some of the items which make up Louis; C. P. Fairbanks, H. C. Beryr,

; WHAT IS THERE ? FEED OF THE BEST QUALITY, Taxed the 1912 real total propertyand are the following: F. M. Cartlett Julius Meyer, Balti- CAREY HANDFUNERAL
improvements --$98,363,000,000 more; J. T. Brown Atlanta; John M.
J- AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS Exempt real propertyand Carlisle, Gainesville; John Metz New

improvements __ 12,314,000,000 York; J. H. Picton Rockport, Texas.

. equipment -uu_ 16,149,000,000
W. L. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 Manufactured products SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND
J (other than clothingand MONDAY EMBALMERAll \
personal adorn-
Jr' I hides ments, furniture ve- FLOUR PER 12 LB. SACK____ 50c.
and kindred
property) _u______ 14,694,000,000 I 13 LBS. _
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i aP Furniture kindred property vehicles and___ 8,463,000,000 I. GOOD RICE. PER LB--------- 07c. calls answered Promptly Dayor
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Live stock uu 6,238,000,000 ;
t Manufacturing machinery BOTTLE CATSUP: liT___ 17c. Night. Hand Block.

EXCEPTIONAL OFFER ments, tools__,__and u__imple-_____ 6,091,000,000Agricultural OATMEAL.' uuuuuu IN:' BULK. PER LB. Oac.:
)IE.I'Iin: GRITS. 9 LBSFOR 2;)(. Florida.PHONE

1 I Street railways and products_u___ 5,240,000,000 1.597,000,000Clothing :NICE FANCY' :' HAMS PRUNES: :'PER PEACHES LB _uu_, 18c. Orlando, .

f. I adornments personal_____u 4,295,000,000Gold EVAPORATED PER LB. 13c.,2 APPLES LBS. FOIt25c., PER ; 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
and silver coin
Beautiful lot Lake j and bullion _uu__ 2,617,000,000 PACKAGE ___hUhU_ 12c.
Privately owned cen- PINTS 2;;(.; QUARTS ________;50c. II
tral electric light and
: with plenty of Foliage I power 2,099,000,000
Shipping and canals __ 1,491,000,000 CASH GROCERY CO. I
Farm implements and 7 EAST CHURCH ST. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
; and Trees. 1 machinery ___uu 1,368,000,000 Telephone 618. 5-22-2tc I
M | Telephone systems ___ 1,081,000,000It
will be that real
seen estate -- - --
taxed and exempt, represents nearly -
Price $2000.00 I 60 per cent. of the estimated value of
t j all property.i I

i total wealth of New York $25-
f I 011.000,000, is the greatest shown for PUl-e Ice Creat1.1I
I any state, while Illinois and Pennsylvania -
K I with 15,481,000,000; and $15-
] 458,000,000 respectively, are close
t C.A.HOVEY i I rivals for second place. Other states
I' which rank high in total wealth are
Ohio, with $8,808,000,000; California, I When you want PURE ICE For Party
t : $8,464,000,000; Iowa, 87,808,000,000; CREAM call for HAND'S. If
Texas. $6.860,0000.000Iassachusetts; ,
f i, $6:03,000.000Iissouri: ; : $3,842,000-; ; you don't believe that we take Club ..
000; New Jersey, $5,743.000,000- the in its
r greatest care
manu'Ve make our Ice Cream from
nesota,547,000.000 ; ,
; Michigan $>- I Church Social'a
1 I' 427,000,000 facture come and watch us
; and Indiana, $5,195,000.-: up tubercular tested cows. All
,: 000. No other state is credited with make it. You will be surprised School Social
t SPRAYING i I as much as 5000000000. cans, moulds and everythingused
]. When the comparisons are applied at the care every detail is given.
c on a per capita basis however a very used in the manufacture of our Lodgeyou
r For While Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In 'different showing is made. The high- kind you want, any time
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
est capita figure for wealth the it. In
per in want
any quantity
l secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites I[hands of individuals and commercial PicnicOrder
F infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur organizations-that is, exclusive of from a quart up. ized.
Compound. I j the non-taxable property owned by I You are cordially invited to
L These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings I governmental, educational, charitable, Hands Pure.]
and religious institutions given inspect our factory at any
r can be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely I for Nevada, 4865. Next in order time. Ice Cream
t insure clean trees and bright fruit. ,come Iowa, with $3,345; North Dakota -
Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing $3,210; California, $3,113; Nebraska -
the habit of $24)54; Montana $2,743; Colorado, ,
i cheaper on the market. Get spraying and
$2,668; Kansas, $2,525; Oregon, $2-
will have no regrets at the end of the season.
you 523; and Illinois, 2507.
The latest published estimates of
i' the wealth of foreign countries show HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

1. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers $108,280,000,000 for the British Em-
pire in 1903, of which amount $72-
997,000,000 was credited to the United
r Orlando Florida I I Kingdom. The estimate for the PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
I United States in 1904 was $107,104-
, L 000000. The wealth of Germany in
t 1908 was estimated at 77861000000.
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Having made large purchases of Beef on a down market we are in position to give our customers the

i benefit by selling them Meat at prices that are rock-bottom. We want your business and we are

. giving the service, price and quality to get it.

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Great Enthusiasm for Orlando
., Trip Being Manifested
. .-'
Party Will Arrive
June 10
St. Petersburg, Fla., May 22._"It
sure will be a ten strike," said L. A.
Whitney, secretary of the board of
I trade, yesterday in stating that he
and other good roads boosters of this
city are formulating plans to make up
I an automobile party to attend the
meeting of boards of trade delegates
.. lat Orlando June 10.
"The trip will afford the autoistsan
opportunity to inspect the routeS
from here to Orlando, and also be one
of the biggest good roads boosts St.
I Petersburg has ever had," said Mr.
Whitney. Local men as well as oth-
ers in the county are extremely desir-
ous of having good roads all the way
r from this city to Ocala and are work-
ing hard toward this end."

I Mr. Whitney stated it is planned to
take kodaks along and snap pictures
of different sections of the roads as
'Announcing they travel. A picture of the rightof
way will be taken and it is plannedto
have a special map of the route
drawn, upon the return of the delegates -
Packard from the Orlando meeting.Mr. .
Whitney is in close touch with
every board of trade secretary in the
state, especially those in this county,
MOTOR CARS"TWINSIX" and knows thoroughly every move be-
ing made in the highway project. He
is very enthusiastic about the routingof
the highway through the central
part of the state, as it will mean
much to St. Petersburg.
The automobile trip to Orlando has
been thoroughly discussed by Mr.
'- Whitney, other members of the board

,._ of trade, and good road enthusiasts,
and all are highly elated over the pro
posed jaunt.
Mr. Whitney stated any one wish-
ing to acquire more detailed informa-

A TW E L V E C Y L I N D ER C A R tion board in of this trade regard headquarters, should and call he at

would gladly inform them.
Following is a copy of a letter Sec-
retary Whitney received from W. M. .
Which of lenn, of the Orlando Board of Trade,
by a rapidity pick-up, a
in which an urgent request is made
to i have as many delegates as possi-
of h. h. and
. range 19 ble at the coming good roads meeting
and to enlarge the membership of the
.. ease of hill-climbing, a sureness of Central Florida Highway Association -
... made possible by Frederick F.
sustained speed, and a nicety of Smith, of the strongest boostersor
betterone roads that has ever visited
this city. Several l letters have been
control 1 before combined in
never mailed to other boards of trades sec-

any motor car, recasts every motor -

car standard, and antiquates 1I1G AND ASSOCIATION IO1 ::

Orlando, Fla., May 12, 1915. j
all 1] ideas of
previous motor car A meeting was held Saturday, May
8!, at Kissimmee, and a route for the
sufficiency. proposed Dixie highway to run
r through Florida was endorsed. Al ;
fight to secure the endorsement of J
this route proved necessary.
.. The route as agreed upon was Live J
Oak or Lake City to Gainesville, Ocala -
Leesburg, Orlando, Kissimmee, 1
"' Bartow, Arcadia, Okeechobee City, "
West Palm Beach and Miami. 1 af
The meeting was attended by rep- j
resentatives from the counties of OrDetroit J

Mich. ange, DeSoto, Osceola, Putnam, Polk, '
Billsborough, Seminole, Clay, and

Pinellas.As a result of the meeting the Cen- 1

tral Florida Highway Association was
organized.The .
next meeting of the association
will be held in Orlando June 10.
The purpose of this letter is to invite -
I you to attend the Orlando meet-

r ing.Ve want you to have a repre-
sentative or several from the board of
county commissioners and the boardof
trade. Six men-should come from
your county.
y -
Delegates to the Orlando meeting
will be urged to attend from Lake,
Dade, Palm Beach, Alachua, Marion,
Sumter, and St. Lucie counties.
These are sixteen of the best and
most representative counties in Flor-

one will be invited to Join the
; Central Florida Highway Association.This .
will then be the strongest and 11II
most formidable organization in Flor-

organization will mean not
I I only an impetus for the further improvement !
of the highways but it will i
I mean that consideration will be given
t to this route by the directors of the
Dixie Highway Association in session
at Chattanooga May 20.
If you will enlist with this organization -
and will come to Orlando for
\ I the big meeting advise immediately.
(Signed) The Orlando Board of
Trade Committee of the Central Flor-
ida Highway Association-W. M.
.- Glenn, chairman J. P. Holbrook J. II.
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1 here's setting up \ I "Then we've got to make tracks

i i@i !" he declared, "and pretty quick tooShe'll _

and looked at them be starting from somewhere
1 I
9 of blank astonIsh- //f 1i i about number twenty-eight dock along I

was a little em- 1I way down. Come along, gentle- I

I men.'' I

me away like that," : I I They hurried out to the automobile: ;

reached the halL and started off for the docks Thi i

and gentlemen. If latter part of their journey vr.. c- I

I II comphshed under difficulties for the

i places In the au I street was packed with dra> -, anti

off. As they heavy vehicles. They reached dock I

of Gayson avenue 1 k' k F4WyiY'giy number twenty-eight at last, how .

to show signs of ever, and hurried through the sh' don .

When they drew to the wharf. There were no signsof

E.PHHJJP5 OPPENHEIMwc the house he gave r a steamer there.

19.5' vji>3 r WOOD His face was ew "Where's the Durham?' Q.iest
Novelized from the Photo Play of the Same Name. Produced by the Universal I asked one of the carters, wbo was Just

Film Manufacturing Company. :: he said, "Inspector' 3: getting his team together.The .

SYNOPSIS. station," he went on, "and we regret that I have man pointed out to the middleof

questioned them carefully. It ." river, where a small steamer was

Sanford Que!' the world, finds that in bringing to Jus- I
a man came out of the side smiled in I "There she is." he
tice MacdougaL the murderer of Lord a con- replied. She'll
Ashleigh's daughter, he has but Just be- of the house, saw them reading at Laura. It was ck : A I I be off in a few minutes. You'll hoar

gun a life-and-death master criminaL struggle In a with hidden a mysterious hut- Lenora's message, and shouted |I what was com I the sirens directly when they begin

in Professor AshlelRh's garden he haseeen I them. The boys had sense ,' to move down."

an anthropoid ape skeleton and a liv- to scoot. The man ran after j the I Quest led the
ing inhuman creature, half monkey, half ago, professor way quickly to the
man. destroyed by fire. In his room have j but had to give It up. Here Is this house and He Was Wearing Craig's Clothes. edge of the wharf. There was 3-
appeared from nowhere black boxes, one "
description of him. "
containing diamonds torn from a lovely It to-- I small tug there, the crew of which ,

throat by a pair of armless, threatening i. The inspector took a piece of asked quickly. hand. French waited in the hall below i long as I Ii'p.he declared, "111 have were just making her fast for the
hands, both with sarcastic, threateningnotes per from his pocket. They all Craig," the that fellow before Im through!" night
signed by the inscrutable hands. lie also armed. Laura gripped Lenora -
Is arrested for the murder of his valet. breathlessly. I a groan. j s arm in excitement. "Fifty dollars if yoaTl take us out
Ross Brown, and a Miss QuSgg, in his : "Had to drag this out of the cry. She turned "They've got him now!" she exclaimed CHAPTER XVII to the Durham and catch her before
rooms. Laura and Lenora his assistants, : bit by bit," the inspector the inspector. she sails." Quest shouted to the man
suspect Craig the professor's valet. Lenora "Got him, sure!
is abducted by the threatening i i "but boiled down and put Into as to its locality On the fourth or fifth stair Craig The professor roused himself from who seemed to be the captain.

hands of, but the is murder rescued.charge Quest but clears falls himself to- able language, this Is what it the professor con- hesitated. He suddenly saw the professor what had apparently been a very They clambered down the iron lad- .,

trap Craig. In his rooms another black ,: to: A man of medium height, ; "I remember that standing below. lie grippedthe i gloomy reverie. der and jumped on to the deck ot the
box appears in the rifled safe and return- thin, pale, and after running "Well," he announced, "I must go The
Ing the diamonds a second time the accompanying -, I of his hav- banisters with one hand. The tug. captain seized the nhe-?l.
note tells him he has no short distance he put his hand for some fifteen other he flung out in a threatening home. K has been very kind of you, The two men who formed the neW

Chance against the inherited cunning of his heart, as though out of to show him gesture. Mr. Quest, to keep me here for so took off their coats and waistcoats.
One of the boys thought his nose mark of my appre- "You've given me away to these long." "Give it to her, Jim," the former ordered -

SEVENTH INSTALLMENTTHE a little hooked, and they both j that he was looking bloodhounds!" he cried-"you, for Quest glanced at the clock. "Now then, here goes! \\ e'll

marked upon the fact that i for his father and whom I have toiled and slaved, whom "Don't hurry, Mr. Ashleigh," he just miss the ferry."

HOUSE OF MYSTERY. he shouted after them, he used since both dead, I have followed all over the world, said. "We may get some news at any They swung around and commenced

swear words, but simply tried to : house agent to send whom I have served faithfully with moment. French has a dozen men I their journey. Quest stood with his

CHAPTER XVI. duce them to stop. This suitable residences. the last breath of my body and the out on the search and he has prom- watch In his hand. They were getting '

suggest anything to :you, gentlemen one I purchased." last drop of blood In my veins! You ised to ring me up immediately he up the anchor of the Durham and

Something in the nature of a con- "Craig," Lenora said firmly. "I around the place. have brought them here-tracked me hears anything." from higher up the river came the

ference was proceeding In Quest's "It is a very accurate discription "that the profes- down! You!" The professor sighed."A screech of steamers beginning to

study. The professor was there, seat- i Craig," Sanford Quest agreed. I now removes any The professor shook his head sor- man," he declared, "who for move on their outward way.

ed in the most comfortable easy- I The professor looked troubled, guilt You are i row fully. twenty years can deceive his masteras "We'll make it all right," the cap-
a little perplexed. lie said I has been closely utterly and completely as Craig tain assured them.
chair, smoking without relish one of "Craig, he said, "you have been
his host's best cigars, watching with however. ?" the best servant man ever had. If has done me, who Is capable of such They were within a hundred yardsof
I. "Under these circumstances," certain informa- diabolical outrages, and who, when the Durham when Quest lit
nervous impatience the closed door. I you are innocent of these crimes you gave a
Laura and Lenora were seated at the I Inspector continued, "I have had "I have had can clear yourself. If you are guilty capture stares him in the face, is tle exclamation. From the other side

table, dressed for the street. They house watched, and I propose that I best men in the a dog's death is none too good for capable of an escape such as he made of the steamer another tug shot out

had the air of being prepared for I I now search it systematically. It assure you that no you." today, is outside the laws of prob- away, turning back towards New

Some excursion. Quest, realizing the very possible that something left it during the Craig seemed to sway for a moment ability. Personally, I do not believe York. Huddled up in the stern, half
transpire to help us. Of course, hours. that I shall ever again see the face concealed in a tarpaulin
professor's highly strung state, had I upon his feet. Only Lenora from the was a man
left him alone for a few momentsand men went through it roughly way to the piazza hall, saw that he was fitting his right of my servant any more than that in a plain black suit. Quest with a ,.
we brought Miss Lenora by the front door. you, Quest will entirely solve the little shout the
was studying a map of New York. : away foot into what seemed to be a leather recognized man at }
The latter, however, was too ill at that wasn't anything of a search I an ordinary frame loop hanging from the banisters. mystery of these murders and the the helm from his long, brown beard.
I count, if the place really has size In theft of the Uheinholdt jewels. What "That's one of those fellows who
ease to keep silent for long. I poor re- Then a wild shout of surprise broke
"Our friend French," he remarked, a haunt of criminals." signs of great neg from the lips of all of them, followedby can we do against men who have revolving was In the truck," he declared, "and

"gave you no clue, I suppose as to the I "What about the ownership of I were barely fur- a moment of stupefied wonder. staircases and trolley-loads that's Craig in the stern! We've got

direction In which his investigationsare house?" Quest asked, as he took first cursory search The whole staircase suddenly beganto of river pirates waiting for them? him this time. Say, captain, it's that

leading him?" his hat. I of habitation. revolve. Craig, clinging to the You may be a scientific criminologist, tug I want Never mind about the

Quest glanced up from the map. The Inspector nodded the broken skylight banisters, disappeared. In a momentor Quest, but that fellow Craig is a steamer. Catch it and I'll make it a

"None at all. I know, however, that "I am making a few Inquiries I Lenora had occu- two there was a fresh click. An- scientific" criminal, if ever there was hundred dollars!"

the house In which Lenora here was that direction," he announced. "I I upon which she had other set of stairs, identical to the one. "We've got her!" he captain exclaimed

confined Is being watched closely." pect to have something to report crumpled. French first, had taken their place. Quest crossed the room towards his There's the ferry and the

The professor glanced across toward shortly." I the walls down- "The cellar!" Quest shouted, as he cigar cabinet, and opened it. His little first of the steamers coming down in

the table before which Lenora The professor stood drawing They trooped rushed down the stairs. "Quick!" start was apparent to both of them. the middle. They'll have to chuck it"

was seated. his gloves. The vague look of The inspector They wrenched open the wooden Lenora laid down the bag which she Right ahead of them, blazing: with

"It seems strange," he continued, still lingered In his face. Le'O I what appeared to door and hurried down the dark steps had just lifted up. The professor lights, a huge ferry came churningthe

that the young lady should have so "Tell me again," he begged Into the gloomy, unlit cellar. The leaned forward in his chair. river up and sending waves in .

little to tell us about her Incarcera- I name of the avenue in which this said, glancing out place was crowded with packing cases "What is It, Quest?" he demanded. their direction. On the other side

tion. idence Is situated?" his eye to be sure and two large wine barrels stood in Quest stretched out his hand and

Lenora shivered for a moment. I, "Gayson avenue," the Inspector there, "let me show the corner. At the farther end wasa picked up from the" top of the cigarsa
I small black box! lie laid it the
"What could there be to tell," she plied. "It's a bit out of the way, just discovered." door. Quest rushed for it and stood on

asked, "except that it was all horrible, It's not a bad neighborhood." thumb for a spring. guard. A moment later, however, he table. "

and that I felt things-felt dangers- !J The professor repeated the a portion of the called to Laura and pressed his revolver "Unless I am very much mistaken,
he said "it is another communicationfrom
which I couldn't describe." I to himself softly. For a moment in extent, slowly into her hand. friend." s,3_
our mysterious
The professor gave vent to an Im- stood quite still. His manner ; a small cup- "Stand there," he ordered. "Shoot "

patient little exclamation."I | signs of growing anxiety. lIe :f a telephone Instru- him If he tries to run out I'll searchIn "Impossible! the professor exclaimed -

am not speaking for fancies he to be trying to remember the packing cases. He might be I hoarsely. "
II "How can he have been here? Le-
persisted. "You had food brought to j "The name," he admitted finally, the inspector re. dangerous." : nora cried.

you, for Instance. Could you never they moved towards the door, to it, "in an unoccu- The professor, out of breath, was
I Quest removed the lid from the
see the hand which placed it inside gests to me, I must confess-we a concealed cup- leaning against one of the pillars,
box: and drew out a circular card.
your room? Could you hear nothingof going to see the house inspector?" I you think of that?" his arm passed around It for support.
Around the outside edge was a very
the footsteps of the person who ': "We are on our way there now, shook his head. Lenora, with Quest and French.
I clever pen and ink sketch of a life-
brought it? Could you not even surmise '-that is if the young ladies are I he groaned searched hastily amongst the packing
I buoy, and Inside the margin were
whether it were a man or a Ing?" he added, glancing at Laura. I receiver from its cases. Suddenly there was a loud several sentences of clear handwrit .

Woman?" | "We've been waiting here with the exchange. crack, the sound of falling masonry,
I II ing. In the middle was the signature -
Lenor answered him with an evi- ( hats on for the last half hour," I speaking he followed by a scream from Laura. -the clenched hands! Quest .y nt Lh.

dent effort. She had barely, as yet !'i tell me what Is French, with a roar of anger, rushed read the message aloud:

recovered from the shock of those t U :,mow the telephone froM I toward her. She was lying on her In the great scheme of things, the

awful hours. I J I and who Is the side, already half covered by falling Supreme Ruler of the universe divided
bricks and masonry. He dragged her
"The person who brought me the an inheritance amongst his .

food she said, "came at nipht-never ,. the reply and asked away, just In time. children. To one he gave power, to r
e 'My God, she's fainted!" he '
heard I CT- '
In the daytime. I never any- another strength, to another beauty, ;
claImed."I .
thing. The most I ever saw was onceI when this Instru- but to his favorite he gave cunning.
happened to be looking toward ? When? haven't," Laura faltered tryingto
They all looked at one another.
the door and I saw a pair of hands- you!" open her eyes, "and I'm not goingto "What does it mean?" Lenora t'.e

nothing more setting down a tray. I I I up the receiver. but I think my arm's broken, and gasped."A Y
name," he told my side hurts.
shrieked and called out. I think that lifebuoy!" the professor mur
; I almost fainted. When I found cour- The number "The fellow's not down here, anyway mured.
f., the book ," Quest declared. "Let's help her h
age enough to look, there was nothing by re They both stared at Quest, who remained
the floor." j I was used an upstairs and get her out of thisdevil's _
there but the tray upon silent chewing hard at the h Sy.
he turned :a9 p call office and con- house. :
The professor sighed as end of his cigar.
I I That is to They supported her up the steps _
i "Every he said
away. speaking
,' J spoke from this and found a chair for her In the hall. message I
"It Is evident, I am afraid, he said, : half to himself, "has had some sig.
The inspector swung open the tele-
"that :Miss Lenora evidence will help w1daydy : nificance. What does this mean-a
( I I have maintained phone cupboard and called for an am-
no one. As an expert in these affairs, lifebuoy?" yy. N x.
I bulance. Then Quest who had been
Mr. Quest, does it not seem to you that someone lie was silent for a moment. Then
| "must examining the staircase; suddenlygave
be In
that her Imprisonment was Just a lit- he turned suddenly to the professor. '
a little exclamation.
tle purposeless? There seems to have moment" "What did you call those men In the
"He's done us! he cried. "Look
I the
been no attempt to harm her In anyway Inspector motortruck, professor-river pirates? Quest Stood on Guard
here, French, this is the original stair-
And a lifebuoy! Walt"He unnaturally large, loomed up the
case. There's the leather loop. I
"Whoever took the risk of abduct A .ww J to search the front crossed the room towards his great bows of an ocean-going steamer.
J know It because there was a crack on
ing her," Quest pointed out grimly, floor before we do desk and returned with a list In his The tug was swung round and they
the fourth stair. When we rushed
"did It for a purpose. That purpcfte Quest "I think hand. He ran his finger down It, ran up alongside. The man with the
down the cellar after him, he swung
I may be able :o
would probably hate been devel- stopper and glanced at the date. beard leaned over.
the thing round again and simply
oped In course of time. However we directly. "The Durham" he muttered, "cargo "Say, what's your trouble?" he de _'
walked out of the front door. Damn
look at it, Mr. Ashleigh, there was the stairs and en- cotton, destination Southampton, sails manded.

only one man who must have been 'sr unfurnished room on. It, man, it's open! at high tide on the 16th. Lenora, is The Inspector stepped forward. ..
They hurried outside. French blew
anxious to get her out of the way. and He looked for a that calendar right?" "I want that man you've got under
his whistle. One of the plainclothesmen
that man was Craig. Here comes our at a large but "It's the 16th, Mr. Quest," she answered the tarpaulin," he announced. tr

friend French. I have an Idea that he the door of came running up from the ave- "Say, you ain't the river police?"
nue. He was looking a little sheep
has something to tell us." and tapped lightly Quest crossed the room to the tele "I'm Inspector French from head-

They glanced expectantly towardsthe upon the back part ish."What's wrong?" French demand- phone."I quarters," was the curt reply. "The

door as French entered. The in- withdrew a few feet want number one, central," he sooner you hand him over, the better

spector, who was looking very spruce his revolver, delib- ed."He's :said "Thank you! Put me throughto for you."
off the
gone was unwilling
; the floor, a few Mr. French's office. Hello "Do hear "
and well brushed, wished them a gen- The Whole Staircase you that, O'Toole? the
Suddenly reply. "I guess that chap's given us
eral good-morning. His eyes rested was a half- French! I've got an Idea. Can you other remarked, turning around. "Get
to Revolve.
I the slip""Speak
last and longest upon Laura, who :|I I false back suddenly French Insisted. come round here at once and bringan up you blackguard!"
unconscious of his replied a man rushed out automobile? I want to downto
seemed, however, promptly. "You've : get A man rose from underneath the
"The only place the man went on,
presence. 1|I i your ten minutes out some, j covered him, buti hadn't the docks-not where the passen- oilskin. He was wearing Craig's
"we glued
our on was
"Now, then, French Quest began, '!' French." i I for its use. ger steamers start from-tower down.. clothes, but his face was the face of a
the front door. He must have come
as he returned his greeting, "take a j The Inspector maneuvered to let r with dust, his face Good! Well wait." stranger. As quick as lightning Quest
I out through that There's teen a
cigar, make yourself comfortable in others pass on, and descended I 1 of marble, even his Quest hung up the receiver. swung round in his place. /
motortruck with one or two queer-
that chair and let us have your news. stairs by Laura's side. fear, was wholly "See here, professor," he continued, I "lie's fooled us again!" he exclaimed '
1! looking chaps in it at the corner of
As you see; we have' obeyed orders. "Couldn't ht-Ip it" he In fact Incap "that fellow wouldn't dare to send "Head her round, captain-
of resistance. the avenu" there for the last ten min-
We are all ready to follow you any- lowering his tone a little. "Had this message if he weren't pretty surf back to the Durham!"
I the utes. I'd just made up my mind to
', where." i information in about that house room, Quest or- of getting off. lie's made all his The sailor shook his head.
stroll round and see what It was up
"It w on't be to the end of the world, couldn't quite size up. You're I of me-so! Now plans beforehand, but It's my beliefwe "We've lost our chance, guvnor"
I and to when Jim, who was on the other
anyway," the inspector remarked, as well this morning, Miss Laura." go down the I side, :shouted out. A man jumped jp shall just get our hands upon him, he pointed out "Look!"

he lit his cigar. "I am going to pro- "Say, who are you guying!" she little I into it and they made off at once." after all"Presently Quest set his teeth and gripped the
pose a little excursion: down Gayson plied cry as they the heard the automobilestop Insp'tor's arm. The place where
The Inspector's rubicund counte-
avenue way" I "I mean it." the inspector a trembling, pitiful nance was white with fury. His head outside and French appeared. the Durham had been anchored was

"Back to that house?" Lenora exclaimed : -, "That hat seems to suit )'ou." He around like a kept turning In the direction of Laura, "Anything doing?" he asked. empty. Already, half a mile down

< with a grimace.The Laura_ laughed at the top of commenced to the Quest showed him the card and the the river, with a trail of light behind
I holding to whom professor was busy rendering
Inspector nodded. voice. first aid. sailing list and her siren shrieking, the Durhamwas
"We have had those boys at the : "Say, kid," she exclaimed to Quest remained on The Inspector glanced at the clock. standing out seawards.
"If I take another
never Job on
the landing above, his revolver in his as

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At The Churches I II WANTED-Estimate on grading and WANTED: -White woman, good cook ttllllllllllllllllllllll..I..I..I..,* .J.O.,..... ., ...." ....... ....
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I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH home to right party. Call or address,
: (At the Grand) COUPLE, without children, desire to H. McDaniel, 801 Magnolia ave
j Kev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., rent small cottage, unfurnished. nue. 5-23-3t j
pastor. Address Cottage, care Sentinel. l
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the choir; Mr. William S. Branch, Jr., yourself while you live swinging in \

organist.Sunday school at 0:45 a. m.Ir.. S. FOR SALE]--10 young chickens; I an easy porch swing. Get one at
A. Newell, superintendent. price lOc., 15c. and 20c. each, Tracy & )Moore's 18 East Church
-, Morning worship at 11 o'clock, with cording to age. Phone 380. 300 aC-j I Only $2.50. Come and look at St,1,
the pastor in charge; subject, "A Notable 5236tcimiIS& J
Revival, and How It Started." -
This church and congregation will
join with the Presbyterian and Methodist ---
in the baccalaureate services at $16.60to W
the Methodist church at the vening

hour.B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m. FRICHMONDYA.June
in Baraca Hall; Mr. Eugene Reid, .
Prayer and fellowship meeting on -
Wednesday night in Baraca Hall. = 1-2-3 1915
The public is cordially invited Ao

. attend Note.all-Sunday services.morning will be the CONFEDERATEVETERANS Our Men's Department
last service this church will hold in j
t the Grand. Arrangements for the c
dedication of the new church Sunday, 'u UI I u
May 30, are progressing: nicely, and '
the church and its many friends are REUNIONUSEfUL
looking forward to a great day. ,,,,, Clothes for young men, the greatest of Cloth-
Watch the papers for announcements. I
-()- (Tickets on Sale May 29th to June 2nd, ingdom's new fashion achievements deep notch

...;. Very ST.Rev.LUKE'S II. R.CATHEDRAL Remsen, dean. me stopover*limited privileges.to June 10th.For Extension and ,., collar, bull dog lapels, full soft roll, narrow shoulders -

Whitsunday Services: May- 23. i rates,schedules,reservations ; HGq,'yy in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles i

i 7:30 a. m., celebration of the Holy I ,etc,call on shown. We have them, in prices to suit all
Communion. ;
I 9:45 a. m., morning prayer and Sun- >? !|| | WJL r NEALCity 1L r1C purses.

day 11 school.a. m., late celebration of the Holy Pass,and y CAST aillllllllllllgllflllllllpl '' ,'I, Kuppenheimer Clothes are the best we can I

Communion and sermon. IIIIIIII Ticket Agent y INE 6 sell, and the best you can buy, at prices you cans
7:30 p. m., evening prayer and bac- '
calaureate sermon to the graduatingclass ATLANTIC COAST LINE 6' "' afford.
of the Cathedral school, by the r
Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D. STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH Our line of Summer Shirts in silk madras and
Whitsunday is a holy day of obligation -
-one of the three times a year percales are all that make the hot days pleasant.
when every loyal communicant is expected Prices ranging from 1.00 to $5.00.SOlIE .
to receive the blessed sacra- ,

ment.May 24, Monday, Whitsun-week: GIFTS FOB GRADUATES
10 a. m., celebration of the Holy men may be
Communion, Bishop Mann.
May 26, Tuesday, is Whitsun-week: to style in
10 a. m., celebration of the Holy
Communion. Corporate communion of shirts, but no man can well '
the Daughters of the Bing.CATHOLIC .
be indifferent to fit. An
May be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction, Booksof
6:30: a. m.. Mass. Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty books
10 a. m.. Mass and sermon. I ARROWSHIRT :
' Guild.3 p. m., meeting of the Acolytes' I made for gift purposes. We also have special CongratulationCards R't s

ediction.7:30 p. m., rosary, sermon, and Ben- for sending to graduates, either separately or to accom- ,,;; -6

6:30, Mass, in which the membersof pany other gifts. 5c. lOco and 13c. each. ,,
the Holy Name Society, the Sodal- is '
ity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the always as appropriate to
St. Aloysius Acolytes' Guild, and Sun- the wearer as it is to the x ; j
day school will receive Holy Communion. -
occasion. '. :
\V. S. BRANCH i1 ;
FIRST PRESBI"fEnL1CHUItCII Made in every style ; '
Dr. Stagg is at Newport News in THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE r '
white color
attendance at the general assembly of or ,
the Presbyterian church. Dr. Nathaniel -
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Pratt of Rollins College, will -- $1.50 and $2.00 li/ i;
preach the baccalaureate sermon to
i the high school at a union service to I
be held at Methodist- church. The Orlando Meat MarketT. Palm Beach Suits, flannel and serge Trousers 3

" CnmSTLSCIECE[ : r in plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appre- ( j
Sunday school at 9:45 a. F j
m. A. YANCY. Manager '
Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Soul ciate these without seeing them. Let us show you. a tl :
and Body. '
.. Wednesday evening services 7:45. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice Straw and Panama Hats, Caps, Underwear, 7

avenue Third and floor Church, corner street.South Entranceon Orange Florida and Western Meats Sox, Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts, in -

Church street. fact, all lines that go to make a Men's Shop com- i k 1

METHODIST- -CIIURCII Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. plete. j
Rev. J. B. Ley, the pastor, is at
Sutherland to deliver the commence- Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
ment sermon. Sunday school at the We Have Them = ,
usual hour. In the evening the congregation PHONES / Business (135 'P. O. BOX 226 J JA
will join in the union service \Residence 13 Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St.
, at this church. ; look from you will be appreciated. THE NOVSE COPYRIGHT OF KUPPENMEIMER 191.


is on the HOME STRETCH. Only a .
short time left, and the
treme prices are quoted following to move the ex- NOW'S THE TIME ;
balance of the stock quickly: Our Shoe Department 1
Everything in yard goods at just .
half price. to get ready for the rainy season.
rompers half price. 1
price.Ladies' skirts and shirt waists, half PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH Economy is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in service, style and '

Boys' shirts, half price. FINLEY'S GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT comfort. ., .i<*
Men's hats, half
Any ladies' hat for price.35c. $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's Don't let your feet or uncomfortable footwear continue to annoy you.

price.Boys' suits and extra pants at half Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the com-

r A few ladies' coat suits that were ,PioneerCORNER fort, service. and style of our Shoes mean real economy.
$15 to $25,
now $5 for
Get busy while there are your any left. Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to

F. N. BOARDIAN, visit us, and the assurance of our most careful attention.
5-23-24-27-29. Orange Ave. COURT AND PINE STREETS
Shoes bought at the Big Store will make good, or be made good by us.

Get the news in the Sentinel first. Come now and see the styles of the times in Ladies, Men's and Children's footwear.

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This store deals with its patrons on the principlethat

its success will be in proportion to the satisfactionit

SOUTH flPOPKfl SUPPLY CO. delivers. Whether your purchase be a Kuppen

the smallest wardrobe essential
...... heimer garment or ,

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. whether the amount involved be $25.00 or 25 cents,

your interests are guarded by a two-fold protection,

the unquestioned dependability of the merchandiseand

Can supply your wants in every-
our own guarantee.

thing to eat and wear. New things

and good things always, Give us ...


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Florida Sentinel ON PROCEEDINGS The spring term of the circuit court
South The Orlando Board of Trade and Conway was well represented in for the seventh judicial circuit ad-

MORNING AND WEEKLY the Orange County Commissioners Orlando yesterday by the following journed yesterday forenoon. Judge

W.'" C.!:. FSSINGTON.B..b.e.GLENN ....Ia..ccr.Editor showed the right spirit in paying the well known citizens: Messrs. L. Gar- Perkins sentenced Otho Rix, colored,

expenses of J. N. Bradshaw and M. rett, M. Simmons, W. J. Conoley, W. I to the state penitentiary for life, for .

*Entered. as Second at the Class postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Florid O. Overstreet, respectively, to the E. Williamson, Lonnie Scott, Burl the murder of Will Hopkins, colored, ,

meeting of the Dixie Highway Com- Scott, J. P. Rutherford, J. L. Keen, who was killed near Oakland, in this

SUBSCRIPTION.RATES 15.00 mission at Chattanooga, which has Geo. Hart, Ben Redditt, Gill Redditt, county, early in March. Pinkey Sloan,

Daily Daily. 6 1 Months Tear Lie come to a close. Always in the fore- and James Partin. who killed Charley Hopkins, both colored -

Daily S Months 126DaUy. front is the keynote of Orlando and Most of them were summoned of Winter Park sentencedto
1 Month .. near was
Orange county. J. P. Holbrook was jurors in the condemnation proceed-
three in the
.......... 11.00 serve years peniten-
Weekly. 1 Year also at Chattanooga rooting for Cen- ings of the county against :Mrs. Hammond tiary. After disposing of several other -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE tral Florida, his expenses being paid and Mrs. Sweetapple, in which matters, court adjourned until the

ADVERTISERS: by the Central Florida Highway Asso- the county had constructed a hard fall term in October.
ciation. 11.1.. Smith, of Orlando, road through the property of these Court for Seminole' county will convene -
Copy fr display and_all other band.eladvertising was also at the meeting. He deviated women. The case resulted in a com- in Sanford
must M hand in at the business Monday.
.Ii eC.. Jhe. Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. from a business mission to be presentat promise.
the day before puMication. This rule applies
to changes for contract advertising: it i. the Dixie highway session. :Mr. "JOYLAND" IS NEW NAME FOR
and will be strictly adhered to. TOWNSEND NOW CLAIMS ORLANDO -
'k Invariable Smith voluntarily paid his own ex 1VANHOE AMUSEMENT
i. Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued penses. This group of men made AS HOME PARK"In
should notify the office in writing on themselves felt at Chattanooga andit Superintendent Townsend, who was
the date of expiration otherwise it will be the contest conducted by A. G.
superintendent of construction for the WILL BELiST
continued at the regular subscription rates. is to the credit of this city and
until notice to stop is received. new Baptist church, formerly lived at Kent & Co. for a new name for the .
Telephone Nattb-r ...................... 2. county that they are the real class of Ivanhoe Amusement Park, E. G. Hau-
Anderson S. C. but claims Or-
citizens who do things. It is stated now
SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1915.A that Orange county had the largest lando as home, having built a pretty selt won the $10 in gold by suggest-
ing the name, "Joyland." Three oth-
home in Colonial Hills. Mr. Town-
delegation of any county from Flor-
ers submitted the same name, but Mr.\
man will pay a whole lote for a ida. This fact alone was worth the send superintended the work of construction -
bunch of experience, and then fail to battle. It shows Florida that Orlandoand on the Methodist church, Dr. Hauselt submitted it first and won. THE DAY

appreciate it. Orange county are on the map. Pillans' residence, and Mrs. M. E.Elalstead's Nearly 150 names were suggested.The v
committee making the selection
o o home, besides several other

"Know thyself," and you probably PHYSICIANS CAN buildings. His latest achievement is I was John M.\ Cheney, Jas. L. Giles andS.
the church which Y. Way. Mr. Kent announces that
will be
add one more to your list of undesir- PRESCRIBE DOPE. Baptist '
I there will be a moving picture to
able acquaintances. According to word received here formally dedicated May 30. up
standard at "Joyland" today.
o any form of treatment for the drug OF OUR
Mr. and :Mrs.: E. S. Sperry and
Columns of mean things are being habit which does not bring the patientand
daughter, Miss Elizabeth, will leave SENIOR DANCE AT CATIIEDRAL
said about the fly, but Mr. Fly doesn't the prescriber or dispensing phy- Orlando today for Bayside, :Maine, SCHOOL
mind. What he despises is sticky pa- sician into personal contact for the where they will remain until fall. I
and the swatter. purpose of properly diagnosing They will return early in the fall and Mrs. R. P. Cobb entertained the .
per symp- renovate their select family hotel, the seniors and faculty of the Cathedral
-- Some people go to a theatre and practice of medicine would be a business. During their absence from Cluett Hall. There were about twenty GIGANTIC
listen with their eyes closed. Some violation of the intent and purposesof the city they will keep posted on couples present and they danced untila SilK SALE
the anti-narcotic events in this section through the Sen- late hour. Elegant refreshmentswere
even have their ears closed. But so law. The words
tinel. served.
few listen with their mouths closed.A used therein in connection with the

o dispensing or prescribing of narcotic

fashion authority says the last drugs "personally attended" and in

word in male attire is the "curlicue" "the' course of his professional prac- Co.
Forage Grocery
feather on the side of the hat. Is it tice only."

to take the place of the wrist watch? o .
A TONGUE-TIER. Positively the last Day in
o Specials For Saturday And MondayWE
A Sacramento bank announces a The Orlando Sentinel says that "the which you can participate in .-

"stocking room" for the exclusive use best way to get along with some peo-

of women depositors. But won't that ple is to get along without them," but WILL ALLOW 25c.; PER DOZEN IN TRADE FOR ALL the extraordinary values on

encourage them to draw out their there are people whom you can't get EGGS BROUGHT TO OUR STORE Silks of
? along without whom can't
money you get
o along with.-Miami Metropolis. Large pail Snowdrift lard . . . . . .$1.00

Large pail Crisco . . . . . . . S5c.;
One of these desk gardeners ad- o
Kingan's sliced bacon, per Ib . . . . 30c.
vises the suburbanite to cultivate the REALM Fresh, clean, unwrapped ham, per lb. . . . 18c.
and several OF LIVING IS TO
garden intensively get THE CHOICEST
in Most amateur Fresh, clean, unwrapped, skinned ham, per Ib. . 19c. QUALITIES
crops a season. gar-
21 Ib. sack Pillsbury flour . . . . . .$1.15
deners are glad if they can get one
OWN CAMPThe Corn flakes, 2 packages . . . . . . 15c.

crop. 3 packages Post Toasties . . . . . 25c.;

o 6 cans Globe milk, small . . . . . 20c. THE LATEST STYLES
When makes failure of almost -
a man a
real joy of living is to own a 7 cans Globe milk, large . . . . . . 50c.

everything else he can usually camp. To jump out of bed, run downto Best lemons, large size, per dozen . . . 20c.

make quite a go of starting a new religious the lake, dive in and take a swim, Seeded raisins, per package n. . . . . lOc.

sect if he only prophesies hard and follow with a good rub certainly Currants, per package . . . . . . lOc. and the
enough that the end of the world is
puts a man in shape for breakfast! 2 Ibs. peaches or prunes . . . . . . 25c.; .

about two years off.o. After a good breakfast of ham and 7 packages shredded cocoanut . . . . 25c.;

eggs an auto drive of a few miles 1 lb. can Calumet baking powder . . . . 20c.

Not only the suppression of subma- puts a man on edge and delivers him Large size jar peanut butter . . . . 20c. NEWEST WEAVES

rine warfare, but the elimination of at his office with a clear mind to meet 4 cans 2 lb. best tomatoes . . . . . 25c.;

aerial bomb dropping should be the questions of the day.A Best oats, per sack . . . . . . .$2.35;

brought about in the interest of hu- ten minute drive to dinner is just Best corn, per sack . . . . . . 1.95;

manity and for the prevention of the the same as going home, only the din- Best shorts, per sack . . . . . . 1.75:

needless slaughter of the innocents ner tastes better and the return tripis Best bran, per sack . . . . . . 1.70

hereafter.The just right to drive away the sleepy Best cotton seed meal, per sack . . .$1.15.and.1.65:

o feeling that follows a good dinner. Best molasses feed, per sack . . . . . 1.90

pathos of a conscientious ed Then about five o'clock the busy Best beet pulp, per sack . . . . . . 1.80

itor's life is illustrated by the way he man forgets the worries of the day in Best cotton seed hulls, per sack . . . . G5c.: These Days are saving days .

feels quite a popular man when he his eagerness to get to camp and take Best chicken feed, per sack . . . . .$2.20
of Economies. Can
receives one letter praising him for wife and "the kids" for a ride around Magic poultry food, per package . . . 20c. you af. _

his position on some paramount issue the lake and get back for a swim be- Other prices in proportion.Don't ford to let an opportunity

other and only twelve or thirteen fore supper. .
or to
forget see our display of hams.A .
roasting the tar out of him for it. Eight o'clock-time for bed, and the like this-which so seldom
0 pure air and cool breeze and sound square deal to all our best advertisement.

: sleep make it seem impossible that Phone 638. occurs-to pass by ?
The Orlando Sentinel believes in the night has passed and that it is
time for another swim.
reciprocity. So do we. The trouble
that is the real joy of !
with it is, that in practice it amountsto -
A number of Orlando
this: "You scratch my back for people have

nothing and 111 scratch yours if it secured camps on the nearby lakes. I
What town is
pays.-Apopka News. more naturally located
than Orlando for its citizens to enjoy
SHE SHOULD owning a camp. On the south is Lake
Gatlin, Lake Jennie Jewel and Lake
Conway. All are beautiful lakes, with
A Cleveland woman has sued fora
possibilities of becoming famous DAY
divorce, alleging her husband is
camping places.
"unreasonably jealous" because he
Among the many people who have
would wake her up in the middle of
availed themselves of camps are: Wm.
the night to "ask her the names of
Beardall, Carl Dann, M. C. McLean,
i- the men he imagined she was dreaming -
postmaster, Dr. McEwan, Dr. V. W.
fii' about." Do not blame the
Estes, Gray Rush Dr. J. C. Howell, FOR RENT AND SALEThe
! Evidently he dreamed that his wife
Dr. Hal Beardall, Dr. Wm. Edwards,

News.dreamed what he charged.-Niles E. G. Duckworth, H. N. Dickson, M. B. J Help to Make it a Big One

Ives, J. B. Long, C. P. Dow, J.1..

a Cheney, J. L. Giles, H. L. Beeman, Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America I

FIRST THE MELONSOF SEASON. Seth Woodruff, and others. Street. Lot 67 / x332. House is modern and contains '

What is claimed to be the first shipment PAY UP YOUR OCCUPATION seven. rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and i We'll Oo Our Part r
of watermelons from the state
LICENSES bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
this season, left Fort :Myers Wednesday -
consigned to Chicago. The ship- C. A. Boone states that here has

ment consists of 51 large melons been delay and procrastination in the

grown by Z. H. Curry of New Pros- paying of occupation licenses which I

pect, directly across the river from were due January 1, 1915. Fifty percent

Fort Myers. It is understood that 60 have not been paid. Tomorrow !

cents each was received for the mel- Chief of Police Smith will collect

ons, which were of fine quality.FortMyers these back licenses and he will make S. Y. WAY :

PressU. but one trip.


The reunion of the old soldiers of the Monday following the dedi-

the Confederacy which will be held in cation of the Baptist church Rev. Dr. PHONE 172 !

I" Richmond, Virginia, June 1, 2 and 3, John A. Wray, pastor of the Baptist

-, will probably be the most largely attended church at Miami, will arrive to con- y .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.
of any other in recent years or duct a two weeks revival in the new .. ..
(. any that will be held in the future. church. II

"The thin gray line" is growing thin- I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

"" ner more rapidly as the average ageo NEW SIDEWALK IS COMPLETEDThe I The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

, + the old soldiers becomes greater, 1 1I
" tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
and the numbers who can stand the new sidewalk from Unity Chapel
chandise at right pricesr
I' fatigues of the journey necessary to to the fountain in Lake Eola park ,

attend these annual gatherings are has been completed. It is on the H

rapidly diminishing. north side of Central avenue. 1 I ?

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'.. .e'II'I'II'I"111 4ff 1:one of whom is wide awake, progressive !1;r G. McKay. :Master Donald :McKay

and congenial. : gave a birthday party yesterday in

I Snriet : : FAVORTE TIII3 THE : Mrs S. B. Chalfant--0- and daughter, ''I I number honor of of his his thirteenth boy friends birthday.helped to A

Mary Woodward, of Orlando, Fla.. are : make the day a merry one.
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. II IIFt. guests several of weeks.:Mrs.: Mrs.Anna Chalfant's:M.: Parks host for i i i -0-

I Miss Ruth Bourlay, of Leesburg, is
of friends here are glad to learn that
ON THtfeuCIAL CALENDAR the eldest of Orlando's respected citi- Admission 5 Cents she will spend the summer with i! visiting Miss :Marian: Smith at her
home Lake Cherokee. Miss Eouri
on -
here and that
friends hope she will
Sunday, :May: 23. zens.Among the donors were Elder W. her home here ;i lay was a graduate of the 1914 class
Baccalaureate sermon for O. H. S. II. Hickman. :Messrs.: D. R. Calhoun, N. I U 11111 a.. II 'III" make permanently. 1! at Cathedral school, and has many
,y graduates, Dr. Pratt, of Rollins Col- B.V. Spire, Geo. Greimore, Joseph :MONDAY'S: PROGRAM: Clipper-Monitor, Bronwsville, Pa. 'friends in the city.
church. Currier, Alphonso Currier, G. X. Bell, -0-- t
lege, at the Methodist -
K. B. "The Bottomless Pit. :Mrs.: Harry Hoffner, who has been
Baccalaureate senior R. :M.: Carroll, R. W. Logan, Mrs Rose
sermon Mr. and
Majestic. "Branch 37. visiting her mother, Mrs. Seth Woodruff Mrs. Jas. B. Magruder, Jr.Ir. ,
class of the Cathedral school St. Currier, \Irs. B. W. Spire, Mrs Nora
Royal. "Her Hero"American. left yesterday for Jacksonville I :\ and Mrs. Daetwyler, of Orlando,
Luke's Cathedral 7:30 o'clock, Greimore, Mrs:: W. H. Hickman, Mrs::
by- GRANDTOMORROW "The Wrong Bride." A where she will sail today on the Clyde :drove over in their car, Sunday, ando
D. D. D. R. Calahan, Mrs. R. G. Stinger,
Right Rev. Cameron :Mann: were guests at the Breakers for their
comedy. Line steamship, Mohawk, for New
Monday, May 2.&. :Mrs. R. :M. Carroll, :Mrs: H. J. Styche, Five cents to all. York. Mrs. Woodruff accompaniedher : Sunday dinner.-Daytona Gazette-
Seniors of Orlando High School will Mrs. Mattie Lusaddie, :Mrs: P. J. News.
present play, "Betty's Ancestors." Dann, Mrs R.V.. Logan, Misses Co- daughter as far as Jacksonvilleand .
will week in that -0-
spend a city
School play, Cathedral school, 8:15 rinne Currier, Lucile and Beulah Grei-
o'clock. more, Grace Styche, Cora Felker. with her brother, Mr. D. S. Shine. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tobler arrived in
OSTEOPATHYDR. 4 Orlando }"esterdaafternoon from
25. -0--
Commencement Tuesday exercises, May Orlando ORLANDO LODGE NO. 69, Mrs. Edward Hansel and baby Tampa and are the guests of :Mr. Les-
TUESDAY. "THE SMUGGLERS OF LOXEISLAND" daughter, Helen, of Kissimmee, are ter Beeman at his pretty suburban
High School, at opera house; ad- F. & A. :\MEETS
dress by Dr. Cox, University of Orlando Lohge, No. 69, F. & A. M., J. C. HOWELL !visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. home on Lake Sue.
Florida. will meet in regular communicationin !
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ---
Judge and Mrs J. :M.: Cheney will en- their hall at 7:30 Tuesday evening, Kifksville Graduate
, tertain members of MendelssohnClub May 25, 1915. Work in :M.: :M.: de A Kalem Special Feature com- Consultation Free = -0... -JI =iI
and all those who took part in gree. Your presence is earnestly re IF-
"H. M. S. Pinafore," at Camp Bee- quested. Refreshments. By order of plete in two parts."S'VEENEY'S Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Joan "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U
\ gi-woo-che, from 5 to 8 o'clock. the W. :M. HoteL
Bachelor Girls, :Mrs: L. B. Fort hos- H. M. Voorhis, secretary. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
tess. Orlando, Fla. l -Mn
Class Day exercises, Cathedral school. CAUGHT IN CHRISTMAS f
Wednesday, May 26 CUPID'S COILS. LI II
i nior Auxiliary, "silver tea," at Thursday at high noon, Mr. H. H. BIRD"An
Chapter 1I0use.Commencement Yowell, esquire, united in marriageMiss
exercises Cathedral : Martha Krevnack and Mr. JohnK. Essanay Comedy.
school Cluett Hall. Smith, of Sanford. The ceremonywas \,1 a
Young :Matrons: Card Club, Mrs. Davis performed in a highly satisfactory LucerneTOMORROW
hostess. manner and the happy couple returned -
Thursday, May 27. to their home in Seminole "HEARST SELIG NEWS

Rosalind Club, luncheon, 1 o'clock. county. PICTORIAL"Portraying
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THIRTIETH ANNUAL annual-meeting of the alumnaeof events of the day.
COMMENCEMENT.Sunday :: the Cathedral school will be heldon

\ 23-11 Bacca- Tuesday, :May: 25, at four o'clock, O o
Sunday. in Pell-Clarke Hall. All graduates of "THE THIRD ACT"A GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY
laureate sermon President William F. the school living in Orlando and vicinity A GOOD BILL I
feature We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Biograph Special
Blackman, Congregational church. are urged to be present. com-
4 p. m., Vesper service, Congregational represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is dif-
church.Monday SOCIETY NOTESOF plete in two parts."BRONCHO ferent from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
May 24-8 p. m., Com- INTEREST. 5 cents 10 cents visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
mencement recital School of Expres- Anticipating the graduation of Miss
sion, Knowles Hall. Corinne Barker, the sister Rebekahsof precious stones.
Tuesday, May 25-10 a. m., Meeting Orlando Lodge No. 12, in goodly BILLY'S U
of the board of trustees, CarnegieHall. numbers called at her home, 412 West ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
Central avenue, yesterday afternoon.A BROTHER"An ,
3 p. m.. Annual meeting of the surprise awaited the young lady b. cO
Alumni Association, Carnegie Hall. when Mrs. Louise Gauthier, in appro- Essanay Drama. O .r.. =
& 8 p. m., Graduating exercises, Senior priate words presented her a Rebekah
Class, Academy, Lyman Gymna- pin. The recipient responded feelingly -
sium. ly, the present was highly; appre- STEP BY STEP
Wednesday, May 26-8 p. m.. Com- ciated and well chosen. Her appre- "FATES AND FLORA FOUR- have we climbed in the paint business
mencement concert, Knowles Hall. ciation was further expressed by the
9 p. m. President's reception, Carnegie rendering cf a delightful musical program FLUSH" _1 until now we are at the top. Hard
Hall.Thursday. consisting of piano selections. work, honest prices, fair dealing and
27 10 Grad- :Mrs Minnie Barker, the mother and '
May a. m., art Two. pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
uating exercises, Knowles Hall. hostess, assisted by her daughter, contributed to
1 p. m., Alumni dinner, dining hall. Olive, served fruit punch and cake to our success.
8 p. m.. Commencement social, Ly- the guests. The inclement weather article :you purchase from us is backed
man Gymnasium. prevented many from being presentto FOUR GOOD PICTURES 3T by our personal guarantee. Just
Marshal, Raymond Wood Greene. pay their; respects to their genial name your wants and leave the rest
Ushers, Paul L. Thoren, Clarence sister member. 10USE
G. Tilden, Geraldine Clark, Anna F. -()- to us.

Funk. session The Kil Thursday Kaie Klub afternoon held its weekly nt the ROOf GARDEN[ FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS 1 PA Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

AN INFORMAL home of Mrs. Frances Wood, Thorn- BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL 205 S. Orange Avenue:
SURPRISE PARTY. ton Park. The roll call elicited responses -

Last evening at 7:30 o'clock a num- I included grave vocal and gay solos and by the:Mrs.program E.- TOMORROW i COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261
ber of the friends of Mrs H. L. Horn,
C. Bence and a guest for the day,:Mrs.A. : .
residing at 8 Garland ,
avenue gave L. Van Dusen, of Thornton Park
,*her an informal surprise party, and in I ; _1 I
duets .
piano by; :Mrs. Boardman, Mrs.A. v-
token of their esteem presented her
L. Van Dusen, and Mrs. Wood and
with a handsome traveling bag. In
piano solo by Mrs. Wood. Mrs. Chas.
view of the fact that Mrs. Horn expects "UNLIKE OTHER GIRLS"The
to start Monday on a visit to I Phillips read a very beautiful poem FRANK, _A._ CURTIS I WILLIAM R. O'KEAl
by an aged resident of Florida, and
Battle Creek, :Mich.: where she will Mrs. Bence responded for Miss Hall Story of a girl vs. a corpora-
spend the summer with her daughter,
I with for the club.
Mrs. Harry Ward, the a poem composed tion in two Pauline
appropriate.Mrs. was very If "variety is the spice of life" the parts. Established 1886
club has reason to be proud of the :
H. L. Horn will be remem- Bush.
contributions of its members, each
bered as the widow of the late Capt. ,
L. C. Horn, the family being among (Continued in fifth column)

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fervent, emotional Drama.



The of blasted with
for many couples during the next sixty days and those who send story hopes
out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens he chef as chief blaster.A .

I Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. Samples and prices .

are furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper

thing by ordering from them. pair of men, women or child-

I It ren's o'clock.shoes given away at nine For Sale

Keep Beautiful 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. ;lot 65J xl67. Price

We have theRequisites A
Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. 450000. bargain.


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Site SENTINEL LOST-A containing small$5 bill black and velvet some purse small, .J umber I-Ja-t.hs a.11cl shiuialesWSji

change, between Central avenue and
Church street, on Orange avenue.
Reward. Return to Sentinel.
k WANTSThe 523tfc.

I The second printed edition of The

Two I juniors saw some machines which p e r,
Morning Sentinel Want they never had seen before.
Directory is the Greatest Want oermany 48
Ad Medium in Orlando. BLAND
Real Bargains
.. Terms Cash in Advance. Want anything Ask for it through
I-- Sentinel "Wants."

136 acres with beautiful fron- For One Day RATES_____________titFor Cement
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, Three Days ____________50c Royal Agatite and Perfection Lime
For Six Days ______________75c
f 15 per acre. For One Month ____________$2. 0 C ColOllial l ] Hill
This rate applies on all ads of I
I 60 acres, mile off brick road. 25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate
Over 1500 feet lake shore. will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in- You hear about Colonial -
$20.00 per acre. sertion. |hi Hills.
If you can't bring your ad to
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- You read about Colo-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. nial Hills. GAS IS THE FUEL OF NO DISAPPOINTMENTS r

'< Every Home-Every Business-!'' You talk about Colo-

ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a nial Hills. r

Sooner or later you

Watkins Block PHONE 104 -. will buy in Colonial

FOR SALE Hills. Why not NOW!

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, It will give you satis-
5 passenger, in good condition; ex- You can be sure you will never be disappointed by
tra equipment extra tire exceptionalvalue faction and profit.
; ;
can buy foundationstone Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS

building blocks, side- 5-8-lmoc RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control, it
walk tile anything in CARL DANN
my FOR SALEA may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of
line at reduced. Call around
; and let me;surprise you on bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out
nice cash business for a
prices. hustler, on easy terms; requires only Dr. S. S. Jones just right. It.
small cash payment, balance to suit AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when :you need
F. D. GORE, purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
4-9-tf CHIROPRACTOR it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. graduate Davenport College, 17 and ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.
charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
209. Ypu will be interested in knowing all the improve-
cottage, seven rooms and bath, Intelligent people everywhere
modern conveniences, roomy porches, are being restored to health by chiro- I ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic
l excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. practic adjustments, the new science
2-23-tf ':)f removing the cause of disease. Ex- lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man
amination free. 12-24-1mo I to explain.ORLANDO.
DoctorsBUCkllli1stcr I
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- & .
Office corner Orange Avenue and !!
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Church St.. Davis & McNeil Bldg., Yancey. 3-28-tfc
Phone 419.Toasted. OSTEOPATHS 1
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
buy, sell rent, and exchange real Kirksville, Mo.
I' estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
over 30 years. Have handled over
Rice FlakesThe 520,000,000. Call and see me. National Bank. Phone 578.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. : PHONE 646 WATER & LIGHT CO

choicest of Cereals and

just the article for breakfast WANTED For Eight Cylinder Cadillac GAS DEPARTMENTService

during the summer months. POSITION WANTED-At once, by FIRST CLASS REP AIRIXG-
experienced young lady stenogra-
pher-bookkeeper. Best of references. BARNARD & SON
Address, giving particulars, S-B., care 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
Sentinel. 5-21-61 12-10-lro
Grape SmashThe
having fifteen years experience in
Orlando Wood Yard "
most delicious hot department stores desires position
weather drink.Comb. where ability and merit would war-
rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf Removed from Pine St. two blocks r.

north on Railroad, west end Washington -

t Honeymade WANTED-To at the Sentinel buy office.good clean 5-19-tf rags St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat will Service will

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot all times. I Start PllilD Spring[ WalPll% L Start

from the orange blossoms. in Orlando lake front, 1 mile from May,'rlOth May 10th
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
set to budded trees two years ago; 3
acres unimproved; extra good land.,
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc I PHONE 344

CARDTHERS & GORE In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who ..
t bicycle wheel, between
: Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus
!. New Modern G Grocery y line. 5-13-tf service in this line and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER dally to

Umbrellas recovered and repairer OOWT WORRY the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or

Phone 200 "while you wait," at Young's Repair lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
J SPOD. 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyrr
Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a.
i 6 and 8 East Pine St.
TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS If you are disappointedabout COOLER Free of Charge.
t -House repairs of all kinds done Eas- I
getting a new
E promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon. :._ __
ter Suit,we can put your
t screen doors and windows a specialty;
f garages, office fixtures; window and old one in good condi-
$16.60 door frames made to order. Get our tion for just such occas I No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.

prices. 18 East Church street. A ions. .
postal will bring us. 5-lG-lmo I ..

t RICHMONDVA. for commencement. Miss Kate .
Ronson Colonial Drive.
Dry Cleaning
Rollins College Florida. t
Winter Park Florida, April 19, 1915
Pressing and Repairing
And Return Located in the Arcade Building H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida. I
All work guaranteed and neatly Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

VIA done. Our work is the best brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:

and our prices are the lowest. Cut Flowers SPRING WATER
This is the place to have your

: Atlantic Coast LineStandard old clothes made new. COLOR ___________________________.______Clear.
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit and Plants REACTION _____________________________Neutral

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit FREE AMONIA:: ____________________________None. ,
Railroad of the South pressed -----________40c. ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _______________None.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Floral Designs CHLORIDE ________-_______________6 Parts per 10000000.35 grains per gallon. ,...
Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd pressed ------______50c TOTAL SOLIDS ____________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Final limit by extension June 30 Mohair suits pressed ______25c. NITRATES ____________________________Trace
i Stop-Overs Side We do ladies' work also. Giveus HARDNESS ____________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Trips a trial and be convinced. The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free ammonia -
Variable Routes Clothes called for and delivered. .Violet Dell Florist. albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of. these indicating contamination.
SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30 of the body.

For reservations call on Phone 613. 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 exceptionally ,
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. and after May 31, 1915, the good quality.A .
Orlando undersigned barber shops will close at Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. very desirable feature ol tms spring a..cr is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
7 o'clock p. m.. except Saturdays. the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
Standard Barber Shop. just about enough as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
Gem Barber .
B. Harris.R. Shop.J. CLINT BASSPHONE i the body. Yours respectfully I.
W. Bird.A. (Signed) THOS: *.. DAK..EP. ,
P. Jackson. I
Royal Palm Barber Shop. 373
rtj) Arcade Barber Shop. 5-22-6tc West Jefferson Street !I

PURE LEIONADEIade:: from Successor to
E choice lemons; the kind Sheppardused ELDER SPRING WATER CO.
IDR. L H. RAMSDELL to make. For sale by G. :M.: Hand Wood CompanyWood I
Cooley, opposite Dann's Transfer, W.
ORLANDO of All Kinds

WE AND FIT GLASSES DO ALL, GRIND LENSES room RENT cheap-One for nice the,summer cool,furnished; ladies PROMPT SERVICE \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444r I
I. only. Apply 206 East Church. REASONABLE PRICE 1
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JI J, --- I.!this great building will be but they : I

I Ji HISTORY OF BUILDING' believe that every dollar that ha :
i gone into the church has done fully a .
I dollar and a half's worth of work.

Men who have been on church build- .
ing committees in other cities say the
building would be very reasonable at

BAPTIST CHURCH a cost of 60000.

I There have been about 170 addi-

II tions since Dr. Poulson came, 22 k
WORK BEGAN AUG. 1, 1914- months ago.

I CORNER STONE LAID The Baptists are perhaps the larg-
f:r 1 OCT. 12 est denominations in the state of

S Florida. They have taken a promi-
nent place in the history of this stateas
Is[ Beautiful Edifice of Imposing
well as that of the nation, and for

+ Grandeur and Beauty Christian enterprise and liberality are

Rivals Anything in surpassed by none. Stetson University -

the South at DeLand, Columbia College at

Lake City, and the Orphanage at Ar- I

When it was decided to erect a new cadia, are standing monuments of the

Baptist church a building committeewas princely giving on the part of the rich
and of the denomination
ua K \ o.l appointed, in September, 1913 a The Orlando Church ; rF 4

few months after Dr. Poulson took Their church in Orlando has a his-

charge as pastor. tory commensurate with that of the

For a while there was a Second city itself. T

Baptist church in the city, but the two Fifty-five years ago, before the cit)
could hardly be called village, the
united into the old First church about
R William Miller organized the a
: October 5, 1913, and today there is i
church with about a dozen members:
not a church in the state where a
but the war coming on the church
more vigorous, harmonious and broth- .
went down and all the records were
erly spirit is shown than in this well

organized church. lost.The
present church was organized
The work on the new church began
:March 5, 1871, with eighteen mem-
about August 1, 1914. The corner
stone was laid with impressive cere- bers.The
church has had in her pastoratesome
monies October 12, 1914.
REV. EDW. T. POULSON, D.D. PASTOR BAPTIST CIIURCII Mr. J. E. Greene, of Birmingham, very able and prominent ministers -
among them being such namesas
chosen architect although num-
was a
Rev. C. S. Ferris, D. D., of Stetson
ber of important changes were madein
COMMENTS ON THE BAPTIST words, "God was leading," and we be- University; Rev. J. Massey, D. D.,
the plans by Superintendent L. C.
CHURCH AND' REV. DR. E. T. lieve he can e to Orlando to uo a spe- Tc;Yii&end and the buiidin; committee.Mr now pastor of the First Baptist
POULSOPASTOR cial and distinct work. M. O. Overstreet, the efficient I
son, deceased; Rev. T. F. Calloway.
i I It was seen at once that he was the chairman of the committee; Mr. L. C. BAPTIST CHIRCIIthe
Second Baptist church of Macon Ga.
i i. the right place fn.m the Townsend the and Dr. ; --
: right man : superintendent, -
Reid ,
t By Eugene Re[ ,. F.V.. Cramer, and Rev. EdwardT.
.., way he gained the love and supportof Poulson, the pastor, have been constantly good opinion of the people of 'ington's message; and it is for the
July marks the close of one year'swork Poulson, M. A., D. D., the present I
the entire membership. All organ- and closely "on the job" ever who these United States and is another ev- American people to say whether they
Dr. E. T. Poulson as pastorof pastor; recently'l"ame from the
by of the church began takingon started.
izations irce the
building was Theywere
First Baptist church of Bluffton, Ind. idence of the great influence which the are ready to propose, or accept membership -
church. He life nd the building filled to backed and faithful
the onando Baptist new : by a strohg
existence of the of
mere democracy in, a league of progressive
took charge of the work in Orlando overflowing at each service. This committee.
America has exercised for
after an interval of about six months with inadequate Sunday school facilities Special mention should be made of THE HEART OF THE WORLD on the peoples of Europe.over a century nations, whose aim shall be the pre..

during which the church had no pas- was sufficient evidence that a new the noble assistance rendered by the \ention of war and the advancementof
"The American has
Republic trav-
tor, and the effect of which the church church biuldmg was badly needed. A ladies of the congregation and the By Pain Hector! Pain Fuller! Torture in Indianapolis ana pain! Star elled far !since" it received Washing- the welfare of the human race."

and all its organizations was feeling movement for this purpose was various organizations.Men .
Hatred and
was sown, pain thatwe ton's last message, warning it to avoid
very keenly. launched during October of last year, who have travelled a great reap
I European alliances and the conditionsin
Rev. Dr. Poulson is a man of com- and to the credit of this committee, deal declare there is not a more hand- While the war rages on. Brave faces have also; :Mrs. P. C. Hodges and MrsJames
brave. Europe greatly changed
manding figure, strong and vigorous, of which 1'r.1.. O. Overstreet is some and better arranged church in the Burkhurtle and daughter have returned
And women must weep I since then.
always maintaining the dignity of a chairman, and the pastor, work upon the state. For their dead on the land; their sons "New occasions make new duties. to their homes in Orlando, after -

man and Christian minister. lie was the new church, a cut of which ap- With the handsome gray pressed sunk in the deep. The United States signed the II:iirue several weeks' visit here with
born and reared in Virginia, educatedat appears on this page, was begun andis brick, put up with black mortar, and Pain! Pain! Torture and pain!
More deaths shall be died; more pain conventions, notwithstanding Wash- l i I relati\es.-Eustis Lake Region.
Richmond College, the Southern now finished. with the white stone trimmings and shall we know,

Baptist Seminary, and the University the plan :or this building' designedby great massive pillars, and red tile As the tides of grim battle still ebb

J, of Louisville. For several years he Mr. J. 1'. Green, of Birmingham, roof, the building makes an imposingand and still flow;
was the pastor of strong churches in Alabama, is conceJed to he one of the magnificent appearance.The And the voices vain of peace shall be liftedin

the Middle West and in June of 1912 best in use. bavins1 already been dem- art glass windows show beau- While the heart of the worjd is tortured -
the degree of Doctor of Divinity was onstrated i a numbe: of states. It tifclly from the outside as well as the with pain.

conferred upon him by Franklin Col- is well ada' e.l\ tc Sunday school andB. inside, giving to the edifice a touch of
Pain! Pain! Torture and !
lege, Indiana, not only for his schol- Y. P. U.: work and contains a additional grandeur. And we call ourselves men pain, in this.
arly attainments, but also for the spacious ai we' a-r-r.!!ed audito Going up the broad steps and pass- world of men!

many evidences of his usefulness in rium. The have been one hundred ing through the colonial porches on Have we no brave souls who can do

the divine calling.Dr. and thirty '!Jditions to thi chrrch either side of the building, one entersa and dare;
Who with Godgivenoice or with
Poulson is an eloquent preacherand since Dr. P -10" has been pastor. the large vestibule. From the vestiubleon power of pen,

his sermons are noted for their membership totaling about five hun- either side one can enter the large i Can lighten the world's despair? :

many practical lessons. His popularity dred at the nresent writing. auditorium or the stairway to the spa- !, Pain! Pain! Torture and pain! ;'

,. as a minister has been evidencedby The Sund .v school<< considering the cious balcony and organized classrooms The tears sake of heed the;children! For God'- ,

his many calls to deliver baccalaureate inadequate i" ci'ities, is doing excel- or he can go from the vestibule The wailing of widows; the sad moth- : To the BusinessMen ORLANDO Message
f sermons, and addresses on lent work v .h ?n aver' r'tendance to the ladies' and Philathea's ers' need. : No. 4

other occasions. He is loved by all of upward o* two hundred; during parlors and the Sunday school assem- i Are we men. to suffer in selfish' disdain. of OrlandoWhen

his people and held in high esteem by the summe months. bly room, which is virtually a part of While the heart of the world is tor-

the entire community. The Orlar '() B. V. P. U. ranks with the large auditorum.A tured with pain a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods?

He came to Orlando from BlulTton! the best ii. :he !st-'te" a creditable narrow glass panelled door, ten Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave

Indiana, and in resigning the pastor- church papt i'tei! ? nu1 fished under feet high, is used in the circular par- UNITED' ST.TESIUST: GIVE UP him an order ?

ate of a church in a flourishing condi- its auspiceV'i i p -u'er untiringin tition for the auditorium, parlors and INSULARITY' Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must

tion with a modern building and an effort and unlimited in capacitysuch class rooms. look prosperous and show local pride.

active membership to take the work as Dr. Poulson the Orlando The large Baraca hall and primary Monk Lake, N. Y., May 21.-The Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because

in Orlando he seemed to be thoroughly church. as expressed by its elder members department of the Sunday school are United States should not let its tradi- they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable,

conscious of the labor the under- is entering into a period of use- in the basement. When the basement tional policy of avoiding entangling for paint made of .
taking involved. But to use his own fulness hitherto unknown. shall have been completed, it will in alliances stand in the way of enteringa

-= -- addition contain the larger assemblyroom league of nations to prevent war, Dutch
:i Boy White Lead
for the school, dining room, and Justice William A. Weir, of the supe- Atlantic

general social purposes. rior court, province of Quebec, told! ?

Also the large heating and the delegates to the conference on international
and Dutch Boy linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and
plant is in the basement-there will arbitration hare today. lit decay. Call up your paint dealer and get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead
be no cooler room in Orlando than the said; and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL .

church auditorium.The "A notable characteristic of the LEAD COMPANY

L balcony arrangement is ideal, existing war is the importance at-

and will seat 250, with room for 50 tached by all the combatant nations to

more chairs.

The seating capacity of the entire

church many more is about chairs.1,250, Superintendent with room for Summer Excursions North and West

Townsend says 1,400 people will be in The surpassing scenery makes the L. & N. flee attractive way
the church at of the
some services on r
; I dedication day, May SO. Low Theroek-ballastetl track, the solid steel through trains, r Tht

Two Beautiful WindowsThe summer the up-to-date coaches, sleepers and observation L. & N.

--. RIf ___ two large figure windows in rates to al! cars, the unexcelled and reasonable dining. 4 offersdircclCanadian

1 1w the colonial porches are very beautiful car service, and the facilities for dose and divcrst

If and impressive. The west window resorts,the Great and direct connections, combine routes to the CalExpositionz-

represents the Gethsemane scene Lakes, Yellowstone to make the L. & X. the ifoTllia

Christ in Gethsemane), and is a gift Park,Rocky Mountains, comfortable andMiss1wtPlay.ChoiceSalt
of the iray.
Hull families in of
memory Lake City, the Pacific of three gateways and
their mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. many
W. B. Hull. Coast, etc., etc. The L.&N.y < g rout'sisgi'entravdcrshj.rthcreacb's

The north window represents the all the gateways of the L. & X' They may go one way

Easter morn, and is a special gift of North and West-Buffalo, X93 l-- V { and return another-via

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dillard of Pittsburg Cleveland Louisville
Winter a Orleans, St.. Louis or Chicago.

;.' !. Garden.The Cincinnati, Toledo, >a Information furnished on Past through trains with

organ and choir are slightly elevated Detroit, Grand Rapids, .Wlapplication. ReservationsIndianapolis lyonechange. Hound l
over the baptistry and
i! back of the pulpit.platform. just ChiBr cheerfully made. Write, wire or t rip i tickets f rllm
St. Louis fir 'Phone us. When Set to Jackson-
The arrangement is cago, :you JacksonvilleSO.r i
I! very Mem phis Br vile we will see that your tickets: are ready
indeed. The choir box will accommo- $ 0; from
i for you and asSist'ou ia checking Baggage, etc.
date 30 and New
persons. Mr. Geo. W. Phillips I kV&r One of our representatives is at all departing trains. T a m p a

the director of the choir, and Mr. I OrleaJJs.. l Tr. C. Brctner, Florida Passenger A4ent. SS9.00

William S. Branch, Jr., the organist, .. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD -
are preparing a splendid musical pro- 134 West Kay Street (Hell Telephone LOi) Jacfcaonvme. Florida '

gram May 30.The for. the dedicatory services, $80.50 Tip; ; California Expositions
committee are not yet pre-
s BAPTIST CHURCH. pared to say just what the cost of

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The Attractions Are

completed, will be opened to the public, McINTOSH ORCHESTRA


The name of the winner of the Ten Dollars will be an-
Auto service will run on schedule at a charge of lOc.
nounced at 8.30 by the following judges, Hon. J. M.
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.Admission .

Picnic parties are invited, and the management desires FREE MOVING PICTURES
to grounds after 5 no .
that everyone bring along a pleasant smile. In about RESTAURANT AND REFRESHMENT STAND pm.Saturday
the will be CHILDREN'S DAY
Opening Day
one week's time a formal opening will be announced, at Strictly Up-to-Date.
at the Park. the children and the
Bring picnic on grounds.
which time water and other sports will be featured. PICNIC GROUNDS
Strict order will be maintained.SOON .




I-Children !5 C ,nts' Adults 1O merits I

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A CALL TO ARMS: 0,It shame is the on country's selfish patronage-ruin- HOW THE WAS TREATY DENOUNCED WITH AUSTRIA -I''I.not"'This be accomplished concession, moreover at, would I NEW YORK AND RETURNS35.OO
except an Undetermined -
put the right man in his place.
Unpublished Poem by Lord TennysonThe And up, now, and be doing! BY ITALY I period; that is to say,only i
0, gather gallant volunteers' Paris.-A Havas dispatch from!i at the end of the war. !
"Spectator" prints the follow- In every town and village, Rome says: I I "'In view of this condition of affairs -
hitherto Al- For there are timers--fiends,not men- '
ing unpublished poem by "The final document in the Green the Italian government must renounce -
May burn, and pillage!
fred Lord Tennyson, which has been I Are you ready, Britons all, Book issued by the Italian govern- the hope of reaching an agree- VIA"CLYDE lI
forwarded to the editor by the present I To answer foes with thunderT I ment is the note sent by Foreign Minister ment and sees itself constrained to
Lord Tennyson, who recently quoted! Arm, arm, arm!
Sonnino to the Duke of Avarna, withdraw all propositions of settle- LINE"ONLY
one of the three stanzas in the course Italian ambassador at Vienna, annull- ment. It is
.of a speech. The poem has been Up, stout-limb'd yeomen, leave awhile equally useless to give
adapted to a melody by Emily Lady' The fattening of jour cattle- ing thetriple alliance. The note, a formal appearance to an alliance DIRECT LINE FROM: JACKSONVILLE
Tennyson, the former poet laureate's And if indeed ye wish for Peace, which was communicated to Baron which would be destined only to dis-
widow, and is arranged with sympho- Be ready for the Battle! Burian, Austrian foreign minister.onMay simulate reality of continued mis- Fare includes meals and stateroom berth
To fight the Battle of the World,
nies and accompaniment by Sir Fred- closes with the Tickets Now Sale Good on any Ship
erick Bridge. As the editor of the Of progress and humanity, 4, following trust and daily disagreements. Thatis on
""Spectator" remarks, the poem seems In spite of his eight million lies statement: why Italy, confident in its right, Final Return Limit October 31st
almost af if it were written for the And bastard Christianity! "'All efforts of the Italian govern- affirms and proclaims it will resume
present crisis. Are you ready, Unions all, CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
To answer foes with t-under? ment encounter the resistance of the from now on its entire liberty of action -
O, where is he the simple' fool, Arm, arm, arm! imperial Austrian government which,I and declares null and hereafter Write for schedule and further particulars
Who says that wars are over? after several months, decides to con- without effect its treaty with Austria- H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
What Across bloody the Straits portent of flashes Dover there? FOR SALE-A BARGAINSix cede only the special interests of Italy )'.*" Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St.Jacksonville .
Nine room house and one extra lot in Avlona and to promise insufficient
hundred thousand Slavs in I Florida
arms ,
May seek to bring us under; adjoining, 06x140; near in; house in concession of territory in Trent-a Mrs. J. W. Webster, one of Bar-
good repair. Price cash
But England lives and still will live, Worth or concession which admits of no normal tow's trained nurses, left Wednesday I
terms. looking into. Fred B. I
For we'll crush the despot onder. Dale, opp. San Juan hotel. 5-23-Ctc solution of the situation from an eth- for Orlando where she has accepteda '
Are we ready, Britons all,
To answer foes with thunder? ical, political or military point of position in the hospital.-Polk :Try a Sentinel Want Ad
Arm arm, arm! The want ad.'a the thing. i view.Y'ATCII County Record. i




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Remington eminion

lintel) and Sanitarium in Kansas leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year.
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.
Quality RefinmentElectric
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14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

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

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

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

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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-

the occupants. ka. Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.

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

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power com

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; Narragansett Model $695 to b. factory :-:

Fully equipped with top, windshield, s )eedometer, electric horn, D. WARING, Mgr.Or .

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rimFl.ORIDA


D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish;we can match what you have

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] i ville.Lodge, is spending today in Jackson THE KEY To SUCCESS

Just two more days to buy elec-
trical fixtures and hantels at cost. tISHl\IONEY
II. L. Haight, Church street. : IN THE
Miss Elizabeth Rinaldi arrived in ", / f
: '
Orlando yesterday afternoon from
Tampa, on a visit to relatives. BANK .
1 Mr. Bat Lanier one of Tavares' i e
I well known citizens, was among the # }
visitors to Orlando yesterday.
3Tr. A. O. Tally a prominent archi- f '
tect of Tampa, was in Orlando yesterday .f ..
I on a business mission. ;:J/1 r

the StateThe Mr.\ A. O. Wright, the versatile ed- --;,:r '
Loyalty itor of the Florida Grower Tampa 1 I \
was among the welcome visitors to ""l. .
Orlando yesterday. r
rigid State Banking Laws of Florida Mr. B. Rogers, of Petersburg Va., \ .......ct' .- .
is a guest at the San Juan while in J" #
must be complied with to the letter or we Orlando looking after business mat- .. +

lose our charter. Under their safe pro- ters. -1 w\v o
Mr. W. N. Dyer was among the
visions the depositors' money goes largelyto passengers over the Atlantic Coast .
Line leaving Orlando yesterday after- { NY MAN
the development of home industries. noon en route to Palatka.
Rev. J. II. Weddell arrived in Or- WHO' IS SUCCESSFUIX :
Loyalty to the State-and the advance- lando yesterday afternoon from Thon- pHE
otosassa, and will remain here for
ment of your own personal interests- some days. EL TELL YOU o

Mrs. R. C. Ponder will leave the ..M-vQ'% .
should induce you to open an account with first of the week for New Britain,
Conn., where she will spend the summer -
the .
Mrs. E. G. Duckworth and childrenleft
yesterday afternoon for Montgomery OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.
State Bank of Orlando Ala., on a visit to Mr. and Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
Mrs. W. T. .
Campbell. started a few years ago would come in handy now. Start
Mrs. Henry Strother went over to
Orlando the first of the week to visit it now; in a few years you will be the man ready with
her son-in-law and daughter Dr. and the money.
Mrs. M. N. Bogart, for several weeks.
Daytona Gazette-News. We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you

/ )Ir. II. G. Seagroatt, the clever rep- put in our bank and compound the interest every three
resentative of the United Paper com- months.
pany, Atlanta, Ga., arrived at the San
Juan yesterday and will spend several
days in the city on business.
Messrs. M. E. Gillett and T. F. Gillette
; prominent horticulturists of The Peoples National Bank
Hillsborough county, arrived in the
city yesterday from Tampa. They
were gueots; at the San Juan hotel. "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
Mrs. Sarah A. Mann was amcnt
the winter visitors leaving Orlando
yesterday afternoon for Pittsfield,
-- N. II., where she will spend the sum-

mer.Read the advertisements carefully. "

They are full of good news if you are .
I in the market for bargains. Our mer- ,.
'chants are ready and anxious to dol I
i :the you eoods.Mr.a good. turn and they are back iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiti" .11..111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I FIt 11'11 u.J

and Mrs. Phil Blanton and two
Summer children of Brandon, and Miss Lena
, Cooking :Matchett of St. Petersburg are in
Orlando visiting Mr. and Mrs. J1..
Shouldn'tthe Cook c Caruthers at their home 408 South
Lake street. I
Cook I' Miss Beulah Roney will leave Or-
l e. lando today over the Seaboard AirLine
f for Bayside Maine, where she
Getting dinner ready will spend the summer with Mr. and
in is :Mrs. E. S. Sperry. Miss Roney will
July just as comfortable -
stop for a short visit in Boston.
as in November Mr. Albert O. :Martin the well
known representative of the Crown
-if you use a I Willamette Paper company Sanford
t. FLORENCE OIL I was among the visitors attending to
Best Price
business errands in Orlando yester at Any
COOK STOVE. ,.. **
"The Turnirz Point in OiISttJ't'ellim day.Mrs.
J. II. Mooney left yesterday
f t The heat goes i into the afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
} into the FLORENCE Line for the Blue Grass regions of Ask the Man Who Owns One
cooking, not Kentucky to visit her mother Mrs
: kitchen. It does your Oil Cook Stoves Elizabeth McCarmick. and brothers,
at Lexington and Winchester. She
t work well and reliably, "Look for the Lever" will be gone several weeks.
- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dolive re-
and keeps you cc'm- turned to Orlando yesterday after

fortable. It requires l less watching and regulating noon from Jacksonville where they
,; have been spending; several days with ,
than a coal stove. fiYou their son, Mr. J. Carney Dolive, who Sold By
is manager for the Postal Telegraph
can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot I company in that city.
I Miss Emmie Smallwood who has San Juan Garage
or mere } simmering ; t been visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jack-
son at their home 325 East Livingston
Come in and let us show you how these Florence t. left yesterday for Jacksonville-

Automatic Stoves \:or!;, ivnv: simple and reliable.No i where turning she to will her visit home friends in Fowlstown before re- f

Jftcks to burn c.t.: i. ) Valves to leak. Once ; Ga.

started, each burner wi.l keep going at the same i do's Mrs.popular Geo. winter B. Green visitors one, of will Orlan-leave : ,

until turn i it oat.PERFECTIY. tomorrow for Altmar, \. Y., where
power you -- -
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spend the winter. :Mrs -
Green has a host of friends here who c;.
SAFE J will anxiously await her return in the

:Mrs. A. Ruth AnnaMe and :Master j
I Edward Annable who have been in
OSCAR HAND & SON 'I Orlando since the fi.st of December. I ANSWER 1'0.1-
spending the last two
months Oak -
at '"
I an individual as your executor ;,
C When appoint :
returned you
Lodge. to their home it I '
\Va>erly, N. Y., on Saturday. Their you do not know who will eventually carry .. _.;.... -
northern trip was deferred that Master out the provision of your will. '- '
Edward might finish the term in will
A PERSON nominated to execute your may ? ;
the excellent school here. Y u.
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Sickness delay or prevent _
survive may
not long you.
Mr. C. P. of
Lope Salem Ohio who "' '
aMMBMIillMllillllilMIMIMIIMIIIilMlllllililMGIFTS has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. the beginning or completion of his
Goldberg Lake Ivanhoe, this city, In either case, another person will be appointed r' ;
during the season; left for Michigan by the Court, possibly the last person ,, --;' : ',
on a short business trip last Thurs- .. ; :.
FOR GRADUATES day. :Mrs. Lap and son Ralph willremain whom you would have selected to cary out the --,, : ; _
here until he returns when it wishes expressed in your will. '' '
is expected that they will all make -I _,
Orlando their permanent home. The Service of a TRUST COMPANY is con- a f N

Mr. and Mrs. tinuous. .
II. W. Cooke and rr
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin daughter.Iiss Abbie who came to Sickness and abesnce do not delay. You may ; { '
Orlando the first of the week from begin now to cultivate an intimacy and consult ;. r Y
points on the East Coast, where they about ; '- ,,
have freely with the officers of the company }
Pendantor spending the winter, left t
yesterday over the Atlantic Coast your affairs, and know that the information and ,
Line for St. Paul Minn.: They stoppedover wishes imparted to them will, permanently influence I ..
here for the purpose of seeing of 7
the accomplishment
and facilitate your
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best the City Beautiful with the view of
value for your money by coming to us.We returning here in the fall for the sea- dearest preferences in the settlement of your estate -

specialize in pieces of the better class-fine Mr. Chas. McCrory, the efficient BE UNBROKEN. e ,, { I '
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof I court stenographer who has been in Answer No. 2 will appear in the future issue ii ;' Ih I
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are ex- attendance upon the spring term of of this ; t
ceedingly low. We also offer choice selections and the circuit court in Orlando for the newspaper.
the best service. past two weeks finished his labors Come in any time and freely ask for further v: I
yesterday and left in his car for his information on this vitally important subject. You } ,, ,
home in DeLand. I 1
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it very popular in this city and McCrory a host of is are welcome, and our officers are always glad to '__ :r i I
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the friends will miss;: his congenality until give advice. -
wearer. 'next fall unless circumstances should !

hotel bring Petersburg.Guests him yesterday registering this. Va.way.; included Hugh at L.the B.Leech San Rogers,Juan Atlanta Orl n B k & Trn t ill n

; S. G. Gray, Trenton Va.; H.
Schraeder. L. C. )McCubbin Jackson
T. H. EVANS G.ville;Seagroatt J. H. Dean Atlanta Richmond; Cornelius Va.; H. ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital

Christianccy, Allandale W. B.
II. W. Silverstein New;York; Geo.Byner W., and Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,000.00. Total Resources over Three

JEWELER Hammond Baltimore; M. E. Gillett, Quarters of Million.. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
T. F. Gillett, E. A. Wright Tampa;
--- J. C. Carter, Dade City; O. A. Tally
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COL \W%' ATKINS' ENDEAVOR: 20 Babes Years Will from See Now Selves Orlando as NW[ BUTT CANDY KITCHEN


of the many features of the j I Nearly a score of Orlando babies are
new room in the Watkins Block soon represented.

to be occupied by: Butt's Candy Kitchen These paintings will stand the wear
: ORlANDO are the panel paintings executedby and tear of time, and twenty years
F. II. Immer, the Jacksonville dec- from now babies and children, then
i orator and artist. grown, will see themselves as otherssaw
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There are eight panel paintings, them in 1913.! --
'to it to enhance its grandeur and I tilation, acoustic properties and com
NEW ROOM IN WATKINS four on the north and four in the To paint children or babies and secure AFTER 12 YEARS SUCCESSFUL -
beauty. Artisticness is its keynote and fortableness. The "Colonel" always i
is -
V, BLOCK IS ANOTHER MONUMENT south walls of the new room. In each a good likeness has always beena } CAREER CO. ENTERS
I fortunate indeed are the sterling business -'I!panel may be found the likenesses of difficult matter. But Artist Immer thinking of the best manner to
I men who will operate their i well known sons and daughters of has performed his duty well and the please the people and increase their

II excelled business in it. un-I Orlando parents.In i result is a fine gallery of beautiful pleasure in life.

IS ONE OF MANY ACHIEVEMENTS Such is the character of Col. I all cases the artist has caught Orlando babies and children. Each Col. Watkins is in the prime of HOME MADE CANDIES SPECIALTY

I kins who has given to Orlando many I the expression of the children and are portrayed in the panels as cupids. life and is destined to fulfill many
'I handsome structures. Such men build thrown upon the canvas the real character .This feature is only one of many inaugurated hidden ideals that are not now appar-
Col. Watkins Has Benefited Or- cities. More men of a like caliber as I of the child. Col. Watkins was in the new room. ent. Stored within his expansivebrain Butt's Candy Kitchen Has! Everything -

lando and Orange Countyto the Colonel would mean a mightier I the originator of this idea. He directed The subject of the paintings are plans that will add to Or- in Its Fa"or-L"1-
Orlando. He has been in Orlando for the artist to portray in the eight ning at the south wall and begin-I lando's growth, prosperity and per-
Untold dies Rest Room Will
an of Orlando babies around the north wall He is the
seven years and these years have been paintings portraits are petuty. contemplating erec-
Extent marked by a strong and persevering and children.To i the Snow," "Spring," "The Magic tion of a handsome home on his beau- Be a Feature
endeavor to increase the prestige of do this work required a great Fulte," "Autumn," "Winter," "Dawn," tiful lots on Lucerne Circle and

After many months of work and the city; to aid the citizens; to giveto deal of time. Photographs of the "Summer and the "Little Black- America Street. When Col. Watkins After twelve years of a successful

labor the new Butt Candy Kitchen is the mass things of comfort and children were collected and Mr. Im- I I smith." In addition to these are builds, this select portion of the res- career the Butt's Candy Kitchen is to
beauty and to build a solid foundationfor mer then executed the paintings. Lake Eola and Lake Lucerne. idential district will be graced by an have home business
about to be thrown open to the public. a new --a new
future generations. :edifice of imposing grandeur.In .
The new room is the latest addition to room-that will be unrivalled in the
He has accumulated a comfortable purchase of the "Dixie" property at The up-stairs office rooms, 40 in num- addition to his real estate hold-
Orlando's business district and standsas income by dint of hard work. lie Is I ings in Orlando he has large orange country. Especially will the room
the corner of Lucerne Circle and ber, finished with hardwood floors and stand and loom
another monument to the untiring a self made man, unassuming and and grapefruit property holdings in strong large as
South Orange avenue. He improvedthis all up-to-date conveniences.The compared with other ice cream emporiums
efforts of Col. T. J. Watkins to giver modest. Such men accomplish Orange and DeSoto counties and other
valuable and converted it Grand theatre is another of and candy and confectionerystores
and corner sections of the state.
Orlando the best that money and things obtain results where others i I
brains can produce.The fail. He came to Florida twentyfiveyears into a veritable palace which he re- Col. Watkins' many and varied The really remarkable feature about in the South. There is absolutely

new room is where the post- ago. He settled near Gaines- Gently sold to E. A. Thomas for a achievements. When he purchasedthis the man is the tremendous amount of nothing in the South that can

office was formerly located. It has ville and engaged in the grove busi- I large sum. valuable property he had fore- I work that he has accomplished in compare with the present quarters of

been entirely remodeled by Col. Wat- ness in an extensive way, only to Later he purchased the Charleston sight to realize that the people must I such a comparitively short time. the Butt's Candy Kitchen.
kins, and there is no finer ice cream have his fortune wiped out by a dis- I Block, which is now the Watkins be amused and have a modern, up-to In seven years he has given to Or- The exact date for the formal open-
emporium, candy and confectionerystore astrous freeze in 1895. With bulldog Block,and expended a large sum in the date play house for recreation. lando a modern theater where thous- ing can not be determined today but

in the South than the one now tenacity he started afresh and with I improvement of this modern store and Consequently plans were drawn :ands seek amusement and recreation; within a very short time an announce-
of the date will be madein
ment opening
ready for occupancy. indomitable courage and resolve builded office building. Nothing was left un and the building enlarged to he has built a modern commercial
Master artists and designers,skilled a stronger foundation. done. He did everything in his powerto 50x132 feet at a tremendous cost. Mock, 150x150, where it is a pleasureto the Sentinel.
Kitchen will make
The Butt's
workmen, an architect of unusual ability From Gainesville he went to Arca- add comfort to his tenants. The Above the Grand he built a beautifuland exchange business and where ten- Candy
service and cleanliness its watchwords
with Col.Watkins' superb superin- dia where he now has valuable prop- are the most desirable in the city. comfortable hotel. The Grand ants live for many hours per day -
tendency and personal direction, the erty holdings, and seven years ago They are spacious, well-lighted and has become the talk of not only Flor- under the most favorable and pleasant Every customer whether man,
I woman or child, who steps within the
finest finishings that money can produce came to Orlando. ventilated, the epitome of cleanliness ida but the entire Southland. Its circumstances.
make the new room beautiful One of the first events in his suc-!I liness and accessible to a busy public. beauty is striking and it is exceedingly I i And now the question arises, what I II I i confines of the new palace will be giv-

' and complete. Nothing can be added cessful sweep towards success was the and acccessiable to a busy public. artistic. Its features are ven- I l I (Continued on page 4)) I 1 I (Continued on page

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THE .new Store will be a place that has long been needed in this J J4

The best drinks, the finest candies and excellent service 1

will add you to our list of friends and patrons. J

Every Detail for your comfort has been attended to. A Ladies' j

Rest Room is one of the many features. A Delightful Place to meet 1

your friends and sip a cooling Drink amid beautiful surroundings. t

Announcement of the Date of Opening will be made in the near

future. Watch for it. ,

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York Office N. E. Corner Fortieth Street and Park Avenue I'

J. A. Caplinger in a skillful and satis- I esting fact that whereas the bulk of

"SUCCESS DEPENDS factory manner. W. E. Gore, the cement -! this $:2,000,000 worth of installment I AFRICAN MAHOGANY OF THE FINEST .
man, and Mouth & Caldwell, the paper was signed and obligated for b> ,
sheet metal contractors, also contrib- I Florida purchasers, it was also endorsed -
UPONI uted to the success of the undertaking and guaranteed as a necessary

INTEGRITY[ [ [ II his means firms.of financing the business by GRADE IS IN NEW CANDY KITCHEN

In connection with self-plajing -- -
H. MONTGOMERY SMITH pianos he stated the following facts ITEM The Southern Seating and C.iinretCompany
I little known to the general public: COST FOR THIS
is located at Jack-on Tennessee -
HAS BEEN IN I That the player piano, which may be WILL COME: CLOSE TO in the heart of the hurdw.'od
SKILL"-M S. KINGLOCAL PIANO used either manually or as a player,
I $:1,000lAHK region. It is one of the olde.t'Pa;; !-
is in use inmany of the public schools
panics of its kind in tie entire Smah
I in the North in teaching music to
ARCHITECT WRITESOF r :-- - --=--- ---- == I BUSINESS 17 YEARS I their pupils. The great advantage of 'WORK' OF WELL KNOWN COMPANY I having It has been a capital established stock of in around 1'S. two

music of all classes, from the
or suitable for the purposes intended. I hundred thousand dollars. Tlun-
TO SUCCESS I The owner and architect feel that they REPRESENTS IN ORLANDOA latest ragtime to the most classical I eral manager of the company i iA.. K.
with absolutely :M. C. Rush Is Superintending
compositions, played
have accomplished a work of real val NUMBER: OF WORLD I Tigrett. .
ARCEITECTIs C ue to the community.The perfect technic, will be apparent tj the Work of Installation In amount of work done it
The of player piano
i interior and exterior wood workis In Charge of Florida I and probably exceeds any involution
rolls that the exact
of solid mahogany; the selection of may give of tae kind in the United Stale, being -
Defendant on Those to Whom 1 the wood for this work being especially Average of $10,000 Per Month I reproduction of the playing: of the OperationsThe r eqaippjd with the latest and! most

He Entrusts Contracts fine, up to the specifications in ev- in Pianos Have Been greatest living artists, as IVulerewtki, improved machinery for carrying on

for Furnishing I ery particular, and worked true to Placed in Florida Carl Bohm, Cecil Chaminade, Mau: interior wood work of the new its work, as the company ii ]U'iegedwith + ;
MaterialsBy detail. The Southern Seating and Moszkowski, etc., these: rolls carrying confectionery establishment which the orders fron all over the United
HomesA with them much of the
Cabinet of Jackson, Tenn-, personality States.
company Butt's Candy Kitchen is soon to open,
these artsts and im-
Murry S. King I furnished and erected all cabinet workin of great in the old postofTice room on Orange Mr. Rash, who, as mentioned ;al>o\ .,
is this and their Mr. Rush had gentleman whose! piano advertisement parting it to the student or audience. is of the Florida
The success of any undertaking room, avenue, is being put in under the per manager operatioi-,
dependent on the integrity, knowledge charge of the erection of the work, appears on another page in the The immense popularity of the player sonal supervision of Mr. M. C. Rush, I made Ids first trip to this state )l.-t
and skill of those entrusted with its I i which he executed in a skillful and I Sentinel furnishes ;as these interesting I piano has interestei millions of who is tue Florida manager of the summer, coming to us from the ( arolinas .
accomplishment. The architect is especially -I I satisfactory manner. figures.He capital in the production of music Southern Seating and Cabinet com- where he had been engaged on
dependent upon those to I I In the use of faience tile we have I has been continuously in the I rolls, and the same are produced: now several important pieces of woik.He .
piano business in Florida Cor: the. past I at such small cost that they ar* available pany. I
whom he entrusts the contracts for departed somewhat from the beaten is very enthusiastic about hiswoifc
II the almost the Mr. Rush' is not a stranger in Or-
furnishing materials and labor for path, but have accomplished results seventeen years. The drst twelve I to public at same and seems to he enj jo j'i ing, his
for sheet rruxsic. ,lando by any means. lie it was who
any piece of work. It is true he reserves -:that in the opinion of real art critics years as secretary of the Ludden- prices they pay I stay: in the Land of Flower
the right to reject faulty material !I has amply justified the departure. In I.Campbell-Smith to., at Jacksonville! ,I Mr. Smith represents in Orlando of supervised the interior the of wood the work Orlando finishing Bank I His company is to be congratulate!
or work, and may succeed in having I all the world of pottery, ancient or''I doing business orer the entire! state I and a large part of South Florida a ,Ion having such an affable all,1,1 sI.iilt1 1 1I
number of world renowned makes of ,and Trust company's offices when that
both as near perfect from a mechanical i modern, there are none more beautiful j!vrith Ifi-anch bosses: at Tampa, Key I institution remodeled its I representative in Orlando and: I I-l lob -Li i !
standpoint as is possible for :than those manufactured by the Rook- j West and Valdosta, Ga. The succeed- I pianos and player pianos, ranging I popular I and Butt's Candy Kitchen i- f.-n >1-

human hands to accomplish, and yet : wood Pottery company, Cincinnati, .ing five years after the voluntary !from the Steinway and Weber pianos quarters not long since. mate to have secured the s't"' \'i.'I <,Lone '
of the above !* to those of the cheapest reliable He also was on deck and saw to it
liquidation corporationhe j
have seemingly failed in obtaining the Ohio, and the possibilities for varietyin so weD fitted to carry o',t tie:
has done business on the East !makes-which may be bought on very that the pews in the Baptist, Presbyterian .,
results sought for, the bringing into effects to be obtained by their use I !plans[ advanced by Architect hi.> : ;.: ,,1 1
Coast of Flora and ai Orlando. small monthly pa-ments-and his and Methodist churches were
existence the creature of his imagina- i are unlimited. The harmony and richness I backed by Col. Watkins.
tion. i i of coloring afforded in these the I An average of 10,000 a month in (long and valuable experience is always -:' placed properly. In his present Undertaking I
the command of I Mr. Rush is his
at inquirer. keeping
and have any up
pianos player pianos
: The architect who succeeds in hav- are unexcelled. The owner and architect NEW PLACE HAS FIVE BOOTHS
executed not '' appreciate to the full value the been placed in Florida homes-making |reputation for skillfully and artistic- '
ing the work by men 1 I i WITH LIGHTS AM ELM:
SODA FOUNTAIN WILL BE A i finished work.J I
total of $120,000rorth of these tally
dominated entirely by a spirit of com Florida scenes made up especial! for :,I a TRIC BUTTONS
; mercialism, but by the sincere purpose !I this work by this firm. I goods a year, or $2,010,000 worth of THING 0BE.CTY J The Candy Kitchen is to be finished

to accomplish the desired result, The work of F. II. Immer, of Jacksonville musical instruments; placed during the !in the most expensive grade of imported The Rutt's Candy Kitchen i.s so arranged -
is fortunate indeed, and the contractor needs no comment. :Air. Im- I seventeen years of his business in this The fountain for the Dutt's Candy | mahogany, one of the most ex- as to meet the needs of -
who succeeds in employing mechanicswho I I mer is an artist of rare ability, and I line in Florida. As it is known that Kitchen will be one of the most beautiful -I pensive of woods. The cost for this I and after theatre gatherings.parties on

realize that "he who merely is, his, execution of the allegorkal and I the average selling price of a piano is in the city when it is installed. one item alone will come close to the either side are five African mahogany
may be a dumb and insensate hynde, scenic paintings used in connection $300, the above figures indicate instruments It is manufactured by a Cleveland !five thousand dollar mark, according I booths, each capable of holding-

but he who knows is in himself divine with the wall decorations has delighted J: placed in 6,800 homes in company and has the very latest ;to Mr. Rush, and he states that this four people comfortably. An electric-

," will be able to accomplish workof the heart of the owner, Col. T. J. Florida and South Georgia during the equipment insuring excellent output iis" the first time in his experience that button is on the wall and a gentle

real value to the world. t Watkins. He was especially successful above mentioned period.Our and premier products.TilE Ian establishment of this kind felt that push will bring a neatly clad waiterto
That the Watkins Candy Kitchen is in reproducing the faces of sev- informant referred with some I its custom would warrant such an expenditure the booth where orders may be
a piece of work creditable to those I eral Orlando children in the cupids in pride to the 6,800 Florida families in ENTRANCE WILL BE VERY on fixtures and decorations. given and prompt service insured.
who contributed to its construction is the allegorical paintings. whom musical education was encour- EFFECTIVE AND BEAUTIFULOn ,I On either side of the central lobby Dainty electric lights are also arranged -

without question. There are many I Of the local firms participating in aged as a direct result of the com- either side of the entrance will (extend a row of five booths, with ta- in each booth. In the centerof
rooms in larger cities fitted up at a the work, F. Joseph Raehn Plumbing mercial organizations with which he be receptacles for ferns, plants and |I I bles, chairs and walls all of the same the lobby there will be three tables .-
greater expenditure of money, but we 'I'company has maintained its high rep- was connected and the sometimes- flowers. The front windows will be I grade of mahogany as the other wood with chairs. The electric but-
suggest that there are none anywhere, +utation in sanitary engineering. The criticized installment plan of purchas- raised and lowered, which is an unique work. Down the central lobby an- tons register a number in a box to
at any price, that are more pleasing lighting equipment was installed by I'ing the same. He also cited the inter- feature of the room. other row of five tables will be placed. the right of the soda fountain.
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M. C. Rush, Representative

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Orlando Bank and Trust Company and the Pews of

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1 ikenesses that recognition is very 1| The panel paintings: are particularly "Winter," "Dawn,*' "Summer." and tions would not be complete without

IS ARTISTICALLy ,:jasy. The faces of Orlando children striking and beautiful. Mr. Immer ."The Little Blacksmith." paintings of Orlando's natural l beau- PLUMBING IN NEW ROOM

% appear in virtually all of his panel first paints them on canvas and then iI I Mr. Immer's reputation is such that ites, artist Immer was instructed to

paintings.The the canvas is stripped from the I I he is called upon to make oil portraits portray Lakes Eola and Lucerne. I BY F. JOSEPH RAEHN

I : general Tiffany effect has been' frames and pasted in the respective I from life. It is likely that he will These lakes appear on either side of
DECORATED i I used in all the mural decorations. It panels. '-paint several Orlando people before the east end wall and are very hand- COMPANY


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Orlando Scenes, and Faces of Kg?: (: t-: : ::-- \7i f'f : \ .::: .r ;;: :. : : f .: > J Kitchen The plumbing has been work entirely in Butt's in charge Candy

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Orlando Children, Brighten !j.T ""> C : '' -" / ".''I: ... -< .." ..
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"' t1 enviable record in the history of the
for a glance at the decoration, .
oil paintings, ornamental plaster work : :
and designs, shows the touch of a Greater Orlando. Good workmanshipand
master hand. The artistic touch and t, ... ..". the highest grade of materials j

the sublime coloring and delicate de- ",,":,-', ..,.jr. are the factors which bare helped this 1.
signs are the work of F-II. Immer, of Vr" ." t I company to gain its position as one
Jacksonville.Mr. '.' i of the foremost plumbing houses in J

Immer is a master artist in all I I the state. i
that the term implies. He is a nativeof ') ; The founder of the company, M r.
Hanover, Germany; and by inher- F. Jo*pfa Raehn, has for thirtyfiveyears J
ent instinct obtained that natural' talent keen engaged in the plumbing 1
which thousands seek to learn business, and for twelve years of that j I

through art schools and academies. a time he has resided in Orlando where .. #
True, Mr. Immer studied art at the i he has built up a splendid business.
Berlin Dusseldorf academies but so y .' His company owns a large warehouse -

f decided was his leaning toward art tt I.. _.. )r '. .'. I. on the corner of Grace and Irvine .,
t.. ., streets, where in stocka
that the training at the academics I they keep .
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only accentuated his true ability. .J. .'. A,' '. '" ,44& very full line of plumbing goods and

when Jacksonville he came to claimed:Florida and Mr.that Immer cityis .70" --.:, /.\ :;: .' ': :' .' .,-' '.-,, 0 : : -: -: !. I': {{.: { ;: i ji: ; i:: : 1 II I accessories.the famous Detroit Here may gasoline also be engine seen

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now his headquarters and has been '. .. ", ,. . '' "".. .. ., ., .. "'" 'l *. Dayton Pump company's -
his home for five years. So strongare : < {\ : ,.::, :.t. f ::: {f; ;.w-. .:: ; ; />?; -.. z ?'tt.t:; : : ;; :., :: J pomp.both of which the company
the demands upon his time that Ii! l 19siCLl! /! "* vj.lrt?.fci s.%S*<.=-*i "2?* Siui S'. & .-i*... .._ ,._ "'-.=.< < I represents.A .
he is frequently called to the large : trip through the Raehn warehouse -
cities. He has decorated homes is one which can not fail to be
and business offices and stores in San I interesting and may also serve to instruct -
Francisco, New York, St. Louis, and I the casual visitor as to one of
other cities of prominence.The I Orlando's important industries. An
attentive escort is always at hand
decorating in the Butt room is
a fine example of what Mr. Immer is is pleasing to the eye and restful. j As one enters the first painting on I I he leaves the city. some. I ready to answer the visitor's ques-
capable of doing. From photographsand The soft, delicious tints are features: the south wall is "Lost in the Snow" i tions and explain the various mysteries -

life he has thrown on the canvas that appear to the public and to the and then follows, around the room, TWO PRETTY LAKES FORM PART Want anything? Ask for it through I which excite his curiosity.I I
living images of well known Orlando critical person who is versed in the : "Spring," "The :Magic Flute," "Au- I' OF MURAL DECORATIONS I I Raehn was formerly president
babies and children. So true are the ethics of the profession. tumn," Lucerne Circle, Lake Eoia, Realizing that the mural decora- : Sentinel "Wants. i{ (Continued on pag 4)
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Weber Steinway Pianolas Pianolas COINOLA f

Steck Pianolas
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: Story & Clark Players EMPRESS

Hallet & Davis Players

Lyon & Healy Players Coin-operated

Players on Monthly Payments $$10 and Upwards Pianos SI$. Monthly and UpwardsAll .

makes fully guaranteed. Catalogs upon request or call at corner

Church and Court Streets, Orlando, Florida.


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FIGURESThe tle business in the South with an out- JOSEPH RAEHN CO.
lay of far less capital than in most

following simply stated growth other sections of the country. (Continued from Page 3.) Sunshine Pours ,
facts, presented ia n full page adver- The summer climate of Florida is of the Florida Association of Master .
tisement in the Manufacturers' Rec- equable. The extremes are lacking. Plumbers, and is prominently and favorably -
ord by'the industrial department of You can find it pleasureable and prof- known among the membersof Into Our Lives
the Seaboard Air Line railway, make itable to make use of the reasonable his craft all over Florida.
additional comment unnecessary: priced home seekers' rates and make His contracts are not confined to
Report of the commissioner of agri- your selection during the coming this city, but come from all over the
culture fcr the years 1913-14 con- months. We will help you. state. Among some of the many suc- Over tIle'ilCS
tains a record of advancement rarely cessful jobs of work which the com- f 1
k equalled and of interest to many. NEW BUTTS CANDY KITCHEN pany has done in this city are the ,
These figures answer numerous live STANDS UNRIVALLED IN Astor hotel and the Lucerne.

questions arising in the minds of pros- ENTIRE SOUTH The fixtures and workmanshipwhich "With all the children .
home makers and investors.
are being put into Butt's Candy
They tell the truth about the actual (Continued from page 1)) Kitchen are all of the highest order married and living indifferent j
live conditions in this state of wonder en the strictest and best service. In :and will not only keep up the reputa- .
with its variety of soil and agricul- addition none but the highest qualityof tion of the company for first class places the Bell i
tural production, where the possibilities candies, ice cream and drinks will work but will in all probability increase -
for further advancement and extension be dispensed.A the prestige and fame of the Telephone is essential to
of profitable endeavor attractso full, complete and elegant line of F. Joseph Raehn company.
many. home made candies will be carried. our happiness. We can
The value of all farm products: This will continue to be the specialtyof ;
1900-10-$36,712,734. 1913-14-$83- the Butt's Candy Kitchen, as it has ROOM FOR MONTHS call any of them, day or
937,135. Increase, $27,250,000.Now I been for the past decade. A new, up I s
observe some of the items to date and modern candy factory is So great has been the interest of night, and hear them as
which go to make up this advance- in the rear, and on the second floor of I
the Orlando public in the new Butt'sCandy
ment: ,' the new room makes it possible for Kitchen room that immense well as they were right
Fruit products: 1909-10-$5,905- the to finer
company produce an even
throngs of curious eyed citizens have here.
727. 19131413447435. Increase, quality of goods than in previous
constantly stood near the front en-
years. trance during the months of construc-
1 And by comparison it is seen that I The has in its
company everything often of the calls by
tion. Knowing that Col. Watkins "Very one girls me Long
f. this increase is steady and consistent, I favor. The location of the room is the in the
would effort
spare no making
as the value for 1911-12 was $10,025- most desirable in the city; Col. Watkins Distance and have pleasant visit of five minutesor
I room a climax of his building career we a
163. These figures afford direct proofof has spared no effort in building
I crowds have been
to date deeply
the citrus fruit advancement, and, and constructing the room of the fin- interested in seeing the work pro- more. You'd be surprised to know how little it
consequently, the proof that here is est material that money could buy;
the citrus center of the United States. the personnel of the Butt's Candy of gress.Artist Especially Immer. has As.this he painted been true on costs as compared with the joy and satisfaction.
t Live stock raising and dairy pro- Kitchen is such that they have won
the canvas sometimes as many as ten
ducts show gratifying increases and the confidence of the Orlando and Or-
or fifteen spectators watched him "When of the sick and I
are typical of the various profitable ange county public. wield the brush.OPENING any grandchildren are
pursuits, which can be made sources One of the features of the room
i of wealth: that the Butt's Candy Kitchen will am called at night, I simply reach for my extension

t Live stock value: 1909-10-$23- utilize to the utmost advantage is the ANNOUNCEDJust DATE YET TO BE telephone and talk without moving from my bed. .
It 967,501. 1913-14-$29,541,931. In- ladies' rest room in the rear and to

[. crease, $1,250,000.For the right of the main room. A desk when the opening will occur is Often I can give advice and direction that saves lots
many years its large open will be placed here for the women I
, ranges were profitable. The breedingof where they may write or read, and a matter of speculation. However, of "
better stock-cattle tick eradication there will be comfortable chairs for the Butt's Candy Kitchen will make a I worry

. -the growing of the many varie- their recreation. This feature will formal announcement through the
t Sentinel in a few days. It is plannedto I
ties of economically produced cattle undoubtedly prove popular, as thereis
E foods on its arable lands, with 350- no place of this kind in Orlando of- have an orchestra for the opening. Every Bell Telephone Is a Long Distance Station.

" day growing season,has given this industry fering such a means of pleasure to, Other plans are being considered. :
: an added attraction, which bids the women patrons.We .
,, fair to become one of the foremost in COL. WATKINS ENDEAVOR HAS I
the state. The splendid efforts of the are glad to note :Miss Leta Trus- BEEN TO GIVE ORLANDO 1A SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
, experiment station at Gainesville, liberal kett's condition is so she was able to THE BEST
transportation arrangements for be brought home Thursday from Or- I
f dairy products, and the awakening of lando, where she has been for several (Continued from page 1) 'AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY.iHilMMMIilMMIHIiMtnni .
the people to its values are factors of weeks under treatment. Eustis Lake other immense projects lie in the mas- I MATED
interest in observing this item of ad- Region. ter mind of Orlando's respected, hon- I
vancement. Cheap lands combined ored and beloved citizen. All honorto
with cheap cows for foundation stock Get the news in the Sentinel first. the man that does things. j
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Irrigating Plants Magnificence of the Equipment IS the Plumbers Brass Goods .

Gasoline Gas Plants Soil Pipe and Fittings
Careful and Sanitary Plumbing
Acetelyne Gas Plants Enameled Baths .

Well Drilling and Driving
Lavatories and SinksPlumbers

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Lead Goods and Lead Pipe
Sewer Pipes and Fittings

PLUMBING Solder and Sheet Lead
Gas and Steam Pipes I

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