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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 25, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1915. NUMBER 88.


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. GERMANY DECLARES WAR ON ITALY ;






3 TURKISH SHIPS SUNK IN SEA MARMORA




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LONDON THROWS HEARS GAUNTLETIN GERMANY ORLAMDOV1LLBE ALLIED SEA OF SUB MARMORA PENETRATES AND RUSSIANS TAKE QUESTION Of CONTRABRAND


ITALY'S FACE SINKS TRAXSPOUTSLOSS i



}. ELEVEN NATIONS-NOW AT WAR ON WEST' DIXIEHIGH'AY OF TURK LIFE IS 4,0011 OFFENSIVE IN \WILL CAUSE NO TROUBLE



Austrian Aviators Attack Italy Would Appear From Brief Dispatch -
( GALICIA


L* East Coast-Get 185 Miles of Within Making That Allied Some Fleet! Is BETWEEN[ [ ITALY Y AND THE U. S.


Rome THERE WILL BE EAST AND Progress FOLLOWING RETREAT ARE


. . . . WEST ROUTES OF GREAT 3 Turkish Transports Sunk DELIVERING COUNTERATTACKS

ELEVEN NATIONS AT WARs HIGHWAY IN STATE Athens, May 24.-An official report WHISKY COURT FEATURE I LONG NOTE RECEIVED BY

received here states that a submarine ITALIAN AMBASSADOR

'' now Eleven at war.Arrayed European. nations are JUNE 10TH MEETING IMPORTANT attached to the allied fleet penetratedthe THE TURKS ARE BATTLING HARD YESTERDAY

Criminal Court Grinds
Away
on one side are Great sea Marmora: and sank three

Britain, Italy, France, Belgium, Orlando! Convention Will Have Turkish transports. It is reportedthta Trying to Wrest From Allied With Many and Varied NOTE CORRECTS MISAPREHENSION

Russia, Servia, Japan and Monte 4,000 Turkish troops were Illicit Whiskey
Bearing on Routing of Western Troops Ground Lost on Cases
negro. drowned.
On the other side, Germany, Branch Through the Gallipoli Misapprehension United States

Criminal court with Judge Warlow
Austria and Turkey. State Washington, May .-The British"oreign Peninsula Representing Austria at
Greece, Bulgaria and Roumania presiding started off yesterday with
office has retracted its state- considerable spirit. A heavy docket, Italian Capital Is
momentarily expected to en-
are
The meeting of the Central Florida London, May .-Battles are rag-
the Teutons ment that the United States was a all cases for the most part having
ter the war against
Cleared
Highway Association to be held in ing along practically the entire frontof Up
Turks. between counsel, force the session into
and to agreements
party repre- may
Orlando June 10 will determine the Russian theatre of but
I war
.
. .
s t a s next week.
sentatives of shippers of cotton and Washnigton, May 24.-After two
whether Orlando will be on the west- decisive results have been obtained at

London, May 24.The Exchange ern Florida branch of the Dixie high- the British government.Paris no point, according to reports from Whiskey appeared to be the leading long conferences with Secretary Bryan -

Telegraph company says the Wolff way from Chicago to Miami.In Berlin and Petrograd tonight.In featureesterday and under the today, Count Macchi Di Cellere,

Agency has announced that Germany sharp, pointed and excellent prosecu- the Italian ambassador, announced
order to avoid disputes the Dixie May 24.-According to a mid- Galicia the Russians are takingthe
has declared war against Italy and Highway Commission at ChattanoogaMay night statement from the French war offensive after their disastrous tion of County Solicitor W. L. Tilden there would be no difficulties betweenthe

recalled Prince Von Buelow, her am- there was little parleying or difficultyn United States and Italy the
20 granted different routes in office, the Germans tried to attack !J retreat, and are now delivering strong on

bassador at Rome. different states. The same ruling applies with very, heavy forces north of Neu- counter offensive attacks along the getting a conviction. question of contraband.
Charles Clark and D. E. Randall,
to Florida and the commisisonhas ville Saint Vaast today, but were San to the north of Jaroslau, and al- Ambassador Cellere spoke for hi-
Austrian Aviators Attack negroes, got five and four months respectively government as he had received from
advised the Florida commissioners caught under a heavy fire from the j I ready have gained some ground lost
Rome 24 via Paris.-Official I the road, both pleadingguilty.
May on the foreign office long cable dispatch
a
G. W. Saxon of Tallahassee, andS. French artillery and were stopped to the Germans when the latter '
announcement made here today I Walter Thompson chargedwith
,
was which had been decIphered
partly
A. Belcher of Miami, to decide on short, suffering heavy losses. crossed the river.In I -
that Austrian aeroplanes have attacked grand larceny, was sentenced to
and which he said he would
a western route for this state. the eastern :Mediterranean the
the arsenal at British Warships Active two broke into the
Thompson
governmental years. present tomorrow to the state depart-
This decision will be hastened and Turks have brought up large rein
Venice. The aeroplanes were driven The ship yards of Raverzyde, south, A. C. L. depot some months ago and I ment.
influenced by the monster meeting I forcements and large numbers of guns
west of Ostend, were bombarded vig-
off. with goods of considerable
got away This communication, for a largo
scheduled for Orlando June 10. At of all types against the positions now
Porto Corsini, Ancona, Barletta and orously today by the British warshipsoff value.
part, is review by Italy of the cause
this meeting will be representativesfrom held by the allied troops on the peninsula a
Gesi also were attacked.It the coast, who also directed their Ed Mack was convicted of the ille-
which led to the war.
all the interior counties of Florida I of Gappiloli in a supreme effort
is apparent that the Austrian fire in the region between Nieuportand gal sale of whiskey, but no sentence. Dr. Constantine Theodore Dumba,
comprising the Central Florida td wrest from them the ground which
aviators have swept virtually the en- Highway Association and representatives Ypres, doing considerable dam- they hold. was pronounced yesterday. As this is ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary -

tire eastern coast of Italy. From age to the Germans.U. Mack's second offense it will hard
from southern Georgia.As Whenever the Turkish troops are go also, in the state depart-
Venice, at the head of the Adriatic, with him and he will probably 18
get
known, the route chosen at repulsed fresh troops are rushed forward ment, handed the brief note to Secre-
they have made their way as far S. MAY BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE I months in the penitentiary.On Bryan.In .
Chattanooga was the Tallahassee- to take their places and the at- tary
south as Barletta, a distance of 350 FOR LOSS OU EURQ- the docket today are several note Austria cleared the
Jacksonville-Miami a
route, the eastern tack renewed. At one place six suc- up
miles. PEAN PROPERTY IN more whiskey cases and an illegal misapprehension, alleged, to
I route. On the recommendation of cessive attacks were delivered in one as some
Porto Corsino is about 68 miles Commissioners Belcher and Saxon a MEXICO afternoon.The fishing case which will occupy the at- the objection that Austria would be

south of Venice. Ancona is 185 miles tention of the court for the day.
Rome the United
at by
will be represented
western route selected and of- Turkish fleet is also active in

northeast of Rome, and about 140 ficially designated as a segment of Washington, May 24.-President trying, by indirect fire, to shell the States. i

miles south of Venice. Wilson received from Duval CARTER GOES AFTER PATRICK All that Ambasasdor Dumba
the great highway from the lakes to tonight positions of the allies from certain woul\

The value of Austrian and German the gulf. West, his special envoy in Mexico, a parts of the Narrows not in open admit was a communication intendedto

ships now in Italian ports, which have The route that will pass through report on the revolution in that coun- view from the allied fleet. Acting Deputy Sheriff J. E. Carter "correct misapprehensions," as it

become prizes of war, is estimated at Orange county and Orlando will be as try and the outlook for its termina- left yesterday afternoon for Tampa to was understood this afternoon that

I more than. 100,000,000 francs ($20- much a part of the Dixie highway as tion.So WORK ON "INN" AT WINTER bring back to Orlando J. R. Patrick, Austria would be represented in Italy

000,000)) will Jacksonville or St. Augustine. far as can be ascertained from PARK PROGRESSINGWork wanted by the Orange county authori- by the United States.

First Success for Italy M.: O. Overstreet, who was sent to officials in touch with the situation, ties on two warrants sworn out by J. Secretary Bryan announced early in

The first skirmish of the war re- the Chattanooga meeting by Orange President Wilson is not expected to M. Patrick, charging him with assault the day that Italy would be represented -
the
on addition to the "Sem-
sulted in for the Italians.
success county, returned Sunday. He said make at an early date announcementof and battery and embezzlement. lIe is by the United States at Vienna and
inole Inn"
invaded at Winter Park was started
Austrians the
Italy through Orlando was represented by the larg- any new policy. being held by the Hillsborough offi- that the United States had undertaken -
yesterday under the direction of Hen-
mountain between
pass Bont Di Legno est delegation of any Florida city or Officials who have some knowledgeof cials pending the arrival of Officer i to represent Austria at the Ser-
and Bejo. The was driven ry Green, contractor, of Orlando, anda
enemy county.J. conditions as reviewed by West Carter. vian capital and at Cairo.
back into Austria. large force of skilled mechanics,
N. Bradshaw who there must be great change or These
was sent by say a from this The Inn announcements were inter-
Lieutenant principally city.;
General Count Luigi the Orlando Board I substantial modification of the TO CIRCUIT COURT SANFORDMr.
of Trade, arrived a pres- preted as meaning that Austria had
will be
increased
Cadorna, commanding the entire Ital- fifty rooms, or dou-
yesterday.M. ent policy, and failing in that, an- ble its size. :: John C. Jones went up to San- failed to respond to the reported suggestion -
present
forces is
ian preparing to establish
:M. Smith, who was also at the archy in Mexico will continue indefi- ford yesterday to attend the spring of Ambassador Von Buelow
headquarters at Bologna.
great meeting, will return later, and J. P. nitely. term of the circuit court for Seminole that Austria should not be represented -
News dispatches today state that CARTER BRINGS BACK WIFE
Holbrook, who was a representativeof One of the principal advisers of the county, which convenes there today. in Italy by the United States but

Germany has declared war against the Central Florida Highway As- president states that should the Eu- DESERTER He is representing his brother, Hon. rather by Spain.

Italy. Gerntany is now moving sea- sociation, will continue his trip to In- ropean war terminate and the Mexican Deputy Sheriff J. E. Carter returned Jos. II. Jones, as state's attorney, whois
soned veterans from the French and
dianapolis and Detroit, returning in trouble still remain, the foreign to Orlando Saturday evening in Washington, D. C., on legal mat-. THE NATIONAL GAME
Belgian front to meet the Italians. time to participate in the big Orlando nations will be amply justified in hold- from Eufala, Ala., having in custody ters before the United States supreme
Italy has a quarter of a million men I James Argo, white wanted by the
meeting June 10. ing the United States strictly to account court. National League
massed along the Austrian frontier.
for the destruction of foreign Orange county authorities, chargedwith
It is reported that the Italian fleet. Boston 1, Chicago 9.
wife desertion.
and loss of lives
the of European

under Duke Abruzzi has sailed to BRYAN LEFT OUT IN COLD property and other foreign nationals in- NEWTON PASSES 2 BILLSBoth All others American, rain. League

bombard Austrian defenses on the Mexico. WILL GRADUATE FROM G. M. A.
Adriatic. All Italian railroads have I Chicago 5, New York ..
WITH HIGH HONORS
This official said that
-
I no new pol-
been seized for the movement of the Detroit 4, Washington 0.
Is Not Invited to Wedding of icy had yet been "formulated," and Mr. Walter DeLaney Way, son of of Importance to Florida- Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 5.

troops. Clark's probably no new policy or modified :Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. \\"aof this city, Torrens Land Bill
High officials expect a long war, Champ Daughter; System St. Louis 4, Boston 3.
policy will be agreed upon until after will graduate from the Georgia :Military -
one saying: "It will last as long as Five Thousand Others and Inheritance Tax Federal League
the president has taken counsel with Academy at College Park, this
Chicago 4 Buffalo 3-
,
the war in Europe lasts. Are Asked Hill
his cabinet. week with high honors.
t
Kansas City 2, Newark 2.

Gas Causes a Retreat Bowling Green, Mo., May 24.-President By C. F. Johnson SL Louis 2, Baltimore 1.
1
London, May 24.-A report received Wilson and every member of the i Orlando Cyclers Experience The Sentinel Bureau, Pittsburgh-Brooklyn, yet grounds.
1N tonight from Sir John French cabinet Southern League
except Secretary Bryan will
Tallahassee, Fla., May 21.
says the Germans attacked east of be invited to the marriage of Miss Little Rock 1, Birmingham 2. I

Ypres at 3 o'clock this morning undercover Genevieve Clark, the only daughterof I Homesickness And BreakdownsMessrs. Representative today succeeded Newton in of Orangetounty getting Nashville 7, Atlanta 3. I

of poisonous and forced Speaker Clark New Orleans 3, Memphis 4.
gases Champ to James :M: through the house two bills of
impor-
the British troops to evacuate some Thompson, a New Orleans I Only three games scheduled. l!
newspaperman I See and Warman, who left A short list of important towns tance to the state of Florida. !
South
Atlantic
of their trenches.The June 15, it was learned today. LeagueCharleston i
Orlando a short time ago on bicyclesen I passed: through is as follows: Spent The Torrens land system bill, call- 1, Columbus 0.
Germans penetrated the British Practically every noted American'sname I ;
route to San Francisco are having a day in a very small town in South 'I ing for the Torrens system of record- Savannah 1, Macon 2. J j i
line in two or three places. is included in the list of 5,000
persons invited to the nuptials. The I a hard time of it and are experiencingpangs I Carolina called Fairplay. Here Mr. ing and transferring lands, was given Augusta 2, Jacksonville 4. J 1 ;

of homesickness. The following Warman had his first spell of home- final passage, as was also Mr. Newton's Columbia 0 3. .
,
PRESIDING ELDER SMITH IIAR members of the Clark family_ __ today I Albany
n letter is written by Mr. See from I sickness. (I sleep mine away.) bill to provide for taxation on
DIN PREACHED :METHODIST refused to state why Secretary Bry 'I I
Lexington, Ky. Breakdowns seem to Greenville, S. C.; Spartanburg, S. C.; I inheritance, devises, bequests, legaciesand THE
an's omitted.Mr. WEATHER MAN SAYS
name
CHURCH was I :
have been frequent, also homesickness then to Kings Mountain, N. C.; gifts, and providing for the man-

The Re '. Dr. Smith Hardin presid- I and of these the Sentinel hopes ;through seven miles of hard rain; avery ner of payment as well as the mannerof Florida: Unsettled Tuesday and

ing elder of the Orlando district, W. R. O'Neal left yesterdayfor there will not be a recurrence. The cold night spent there. We went enforcing payment thereof.A Wednesday, with local thunder show-

preached at the Methodist church Orangeburg, S. C., to attend a letter follows: from there to Gastonica, X. C. over committee substitute bill providing ers.

Sunday morning in the absence of meeting of the Grand Lodge Knightsof Lexington, Va.Iay: 20, 1915. I very heavy road, thirteen miles with- I for the establishment of a detention --

Rev. J. B. Ley; who is attending the Pythias which convenes in that Editor Sentinel: out breakfast. From there to Charlotte I home for delinquent girls was provision will be made for workingall

commencement exercises at Suther- state today. After a three days stop at Atlantaon I N. C.; to Salisbury, N. C., whereI i passed after some slight amendments such persons on a state farm. :

land College. Dr. Hardin preached a account of a breakdown, Mr. War had to get a new tire; Winston-- !i being made. Mr. N. C. Bryan, of Os- I Sixteen insurance bills passed the

strong and helpful sermon on "Justiceand Columbia records of the world's man and myself have reached Lex- I Salem, the twin cities; then to Stone- !ceola county, was particularly active senate today cleaning the calendar on ;

Mercy as Among the Necessities greatest musicians. Prices ranging ington, Va. I vine, where I spent my first hard day !in the passage of this bill. the third reading, and were certifiedto

of a Christian life," his text being from 65 cents to $7.50. Get the latent We left Roanoke after another i of homesickness, after a breakdown The convict lease system is to be the house. These measures have

taken from the bock of Micah, sixth; I <'ata')gue. Curtis & O'Neal, book breakdown. As you can see I have I which I had patched up in Roanoke : abolished if the sc-.:-': ; in a I 0. -4-i-J, ii.u,t of the ti.ne ill tie: senor -

I chapter, eighth= verse. I I store. had some trouble along the w;:.='. Va. bill passed in the house today and : .t.: : he pa: '





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ff f 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I111, GERMANY'S HATE OF ENGLAND know how to live over there. Take a
F London season; what have we got in
WE DELIVER THE GOODS : London.-How deep is Germany's Berlin that can compare with it?
: hatred for England? If one answered Take our races, and then go and spenda BULK
! Orlando and Service that question from a perusal of the I day at Ascot. Why it's the most
j Delivery r Messenger ;:j newspaper reports from conversations beautiful social and sporting event I
: with "the man in the street," i you can find anywhere in the world." I
: from general outward signs, Lis- Then my hostess chimed in: "Yes, pR"-) .
Harley-Davidson TruckFOR sauer's Hymn of Hate, and the "Gott and, after all, an Englishman, w ien I
: strafe England" greeting, then one he is a gentleman, is the greatest gentleman
I QUICK SERVICE : would be inclined to say that it is avery in the world." .
:, very deep rooted feeling, and I would like to state, in conclusion. Your Drug Store .
i that it will take several generations that in the above I have merely given
PHONE 444 =1 to die out. But is it really so? some of my personal experiences, and
;I It is again a matter of staying long do not wish it to be considered as an
{ in if I argument of any description. Of
: enough Germany-to pet may
Good and Bad Cigar Stores :[use that expression, "under their course, I have met as well numbersof

_1 skin." If you stayed only a week or men and officers who were perfect Every woman in this city is interested in Pure Drugs

.11111111 II III II H II II I r II . II I IIII II J"-,two yes, you would receive the im- cranks on the subject of hatred of the We keep that in mind when buying drugs.
English.
|pression that, from the baby in the
cradle to the highest official of the Full stocks of Drugs :Medicines Pharmaceuticals of
government, there is but one sentiment 2,300 ON CRAFT GOING TO
finest quality. This store is always in position to fill your
that of hatred and despite of EUROPE
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND England. orders or the doctor's orders promptly and efficiently.If .
New York, May 22.-More than
During my visit to Munich I met 2,500 passengers were booked for you want the best and nothing but the best the
Count Lerchenfeld, of the
Major von passage to Europe starting today on best way to get it is to come to this store where you will .
SHEET METAL CO. Bavarian army, in peace time gover- five steamships leaving here. The
nor of one of the counties near Mu I,I be sure to find the best.
vessels included the St. Paul of the
nich. I noticed the I
during conversa-
American Line carrying 750 passen-
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos tion I had with him an entire absenceof I gers, among whom were more than ..
the much advertised strong senti- 100 Americans. William Marconi, the
: and Rubber ment of hatred towards the English, wireless inventor, who has been sum-
Roofings and I stated this to Count Lerchen-
moned back to Italy for war service.
feld. Here is his answer: City Drug Store
was one of the passengers registeredon
Cornices Skylights Healing. Ventilating Metal Ceilings "Hatred is a sentiment of our lower I
the St. Paul. I II
classes, a sentiment which has been
Crowds of enthusiastic Italians
I
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO cultivated by part of our press. But gathered at the pier of the Italian J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
with the educated classes in Germanythe
Line steamship Stampalia upon which
main sentiment is not that of
800 passengers, man'y of them reserv-
hatred, but of
disappointment. We ists returning to Italy to enlist for the
are pained by England's attitude at war, were leaving. I
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the outbreak of the war." -- --

Where Is No. 10 E. Church St.? That was early on in my visit to '
Germany and in the weeks that fol-
lowed, I was often reminded of those C ColOllial Hill
OPPOSITE DEAN'S CITY DRUG STORE words of Count Lerchenfeld. At the CAREY HANDFUNERAL

WHAT IS THERE ? FEED OF THE BEST QUALITY, Bavarian foreign office I had the
pleasure of meeting Secretary of
AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS State von Loessel and the ministerfor

; THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. agriculture, Von Meinel. Both expressed You hear about Co- DIRECTOR '

L. DeWITT. M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 ner as themselves regards in German the same feeling man- lonial Hills. AND EMBALMER\

against England.Von You read about Colo-
Meinel, in the course of our .

I meeting"It will, said be: a disastrous war for nial You Hills.talk about Colo-I All calls answered Promptly Dayor

both the conqueror and the conquered,
nial Hills. Hand Block.
but I strongly disapprove of encouraging I Night.

the spirit of hatred. After all, Sooner or later you
this war will end some day and then Florida.PHONE
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER we will have to live together apain." will buy in Colonial Orlando, .

If you want to have the straight, Hills. Why not NOW! 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457.
unadulterated, spontaneous, first hand
quality of hatred towards England j It will give you satis-

Beautiful lot Lake you must visit the restaurants and faction and profit.
on Lucerne cafes the "Rathskellers" of the Vater- .
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land. There at almost every table
I' with plenty of Foliage you can hear it, and if the place hap- i
Ads Get
Results
Want
pens to have a cabaret, and some CARL DANN ;Sentinel

and Trees. I wild-eyed, Kaiser-mustached, patriotic
actor-singer gets and sings and --
up ----
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I acts Lissauer's Hymn of Hate, you I
i Price $2000.00 will witness a demonstration that will
i go deep, that will make a strong impression -

i I ; but stronger I believe, with j I PUl-e Ice Cream
I the stranger than with the people "
themselves.I .
think much of this "Gott strafe
t C. A. HOVEY England" business is only skin deep I I

with them. In many cases, I believe, I I When you want PUKE ICE For Party
] I I Ir i iit is fostered by those "higher up" to I CREAM call for HAND'S. If
r keep the excited.
people Clubthe
you don't believe that we take
II As Herr von Beinel put it: "When I
----. this terrible war is over we will all greatest care in its manu'e make our Ice Cream from .Church SocialSchool
have to live together again- we all I facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
r need one another." I make it. You will be surprised Social
SPRAYING cans, moulds and everythingused
An officer, a naval commander one at the care every detail is given.
.
r 1 night in Hamburg said to me: "It is I I used in the manufacture of our Lodge
kind want, time
F For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In- I j such a pity, because after all, we i iI I you any Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
t secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites i were beginning to understand each you want it. In any quantity Picnic

infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur i i other better every year. Those among I from a quart up. ized.

i Compound. 1! us especially who have visited Lon- You are cordially invited to
;- These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan I don felt drawn towards England and inspect our factory at any Order Hands Pure .
be done at one and the same time. This will abso- I the English. And the interest grew
Ice Cream
lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. I year after year. After all, one must time.

f Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing admire the power of a small countryin ,
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and being able to rule half of the globe.
you will have no regrets at the end of the season. Any one of us who spent any time in
England came back with quite differ- '
r ent sentiments." HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
J. SCHNARR & CO.
< Manufacturers I remember another officer, with
whom I
spent an evening in Berlin,
Orlando Florida who also knew England fairly well. PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
Said the officer: "Yes after all, we
I must admit that they (the English)
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"CROSSING THE LAWNS" PRESBYTERIANS MAKE NATIONAL asserts that at the meeting of the as- .tliiiiiiiifiiiiiii MIIMIIMMM* IMMMIMMMMM
PROHIBITION AN ISSUE sembly in 1911 it offered a resolution' I:
I A Milwaukee firm has declared that AT ANNUAL SESSION for the purpose of putting the bodyon ; :

their employes have a standing order Newport News, Va., May 22.-National record on national prohibition and' :
not to cross over lawns in delivering prohibition was made an issueof that the resolution was tabled on the '
goods, and this reminds the community the fifty-fifth general assembly of ground that it was not in keeping :
that the order is a sensible thing, the Southern Presbyterian church with the letter and spirit of the con- :
there is a general movement in the here today in the filing by the Transylvania stitution. :

unity to organize to protect Presbytery of Kentucky, of ,,
I
..wns from delivery messengers and :a protest against the resolution adopted MAURICE NESSIM LEAVES FOR i THE Dlii STORE
newsboys. This is a good reform and at the last general assembly favor- NEW YORK ::
. should be adopted by every commu- ing the abolition of the sale of liquorby
nity. Lawns should not be made pub- an amendment to the federal con- Maurice S. :Xessim left Orlando this I
lic pathways. Many a yard has been stitution. morning for New York where he will :
spoiled by streaking it with tramped The potest was referred to a com- be welcomed by his brother and sister i
,
down grass paths. If we can not mittee and the Transylvania commis- who arrived in America last week I:
have community action upon this mat- sioners, as well as others opposingthe from La Rochelle, France. Mr. : ,
ter, let all the firms sending out delivery resolution, predicted a spirited sim was the guest of Mr. and xes-I
clerks, instruct them to keep contest when the matter is reportedto Claud Haines last night, and :
off the lawns; and if they are remissin the assembly. The protest sets pressed his sorrow for leaving :
this, let their customers remind forth that the assembly, under he lando. His New York address is
them of their duty. Patronize those terms of its constitution, can not deal I East 23rd street, and we are sure or-I: Our Men's
who will not tramp down your grass. in political questions further than to I will be glad to hear from his : Department |
-Ohio State Journal. advise and petition, and that it is not acquaintances. :
The Milwaukee firm has established .
" permitted to advocate political issues. .
a good rule that might be imitated The Transylvania delegation also Get the news in the Sentinel first. :
t with good results by firms every- Clothes for young men. the greatest of Cloth-
where. Even here in Orlando, the
".41 ingdom's new fashion achievements, deep notch
model city, some way to protect the (
lawns and conserve the grass might ,/A11iZffi7I collar, bull dog lapels, full soft roll, narrow shoulders -

t- r be adopted. X.T. -. ) in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles!
The "cut-across" propensity is
strong and will be found difficult to shown. We have them, in prices to suit all

eradicate, but it is carried too far. I J purses.
Frequently not half a dozen steps are ''
r r lit ttflT Kuppenheimer Clothes are the best we can i
saved and these few steps or even
more, should' not be saved at the expense sell, and the best you can buy, at prices you can
of other persons' yards. The afford.
\ grass soon shows the effect of the r
steady footfall on the same spot, gets Our line of Summer Shirts in silk, madras and

discouraged and abandons all attemptto percales are all that make the hot days pleasant.

However grow. it is possible that Orlando To the Business pRp'( Message No.4 : .. 4 Prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00.

does not suffer so much from cutting Men of OrlandoWhen
across the lawns as some other towns
and cities. One of the chief causes a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods? SOME men may be
of complaint here is the littering up Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave to style in
of lawns and flower borders with him an order? shirts, but no man can well
posters, pamphlets and other paper Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must
be indifferent fit. An '
to
look and show local
debris. This is during certain seasonsof prosperous pride.
the year a daily nuisance and Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because
makes something of a back-breaking they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable,
' task for the householder. for paint made. of f'TARROW

Frequently, too, papers and other 'm i
things that are thrown on the lawn SHIRTis /kHi
Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead
are projected with such force as to
break off and valuable blooms' ?
rare
always as appropriate to : ;
that have been carefully nourishedfor ,(
and Dutch Boy linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and the wearer as it is to the ) ,
months. decay. Call up your paint dealer and get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead r
The suggestion is timely and it i and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL occasion. ; \A'
would not be a bad idea for all
per- I LEAD COMPANY oj Made in ft L 'f
sons who employ distributors of their every style, ; '
products, advertisements and other, white or color fast. '' 11 d i
matter, to be extremely careful not to oj
$1.50 and $2.00
litter lawn whose
up a owner has
gone to great pains-for his own %
pleasure and as a matter of civic Trousers \ j, / i
The Orlando Meat Market ; Palm Beach Suits, flannel and serge
pride-to make as presentable as his
means, his time and his ability would' in plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appreciate t t 11 ;

permit. T. A. YANCY. Manager : these without seeing them. Let us show you. f''' i

NEW BANK AT KENANSVILLE IS Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice Straw and Panama Hats, Caps, Underwear, l' ;;

OPENED WITH BARBECUE Florida and Western Meats Sox, Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts, in t

AND PICNIC fact, all lines that go to make Men's:: Shop com : i

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. plete. -i&. +
Kenansville, Fla.-The new Kenans- h t
ville' bank was opened for business Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

Friday, the occasion being a gala affair We Have Them
/ Business (135 P. O. BOX 226 =
for the officials and patrons. E. PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
COPYRIGHT 1914
P. Thagood, state bank examiner, of ojoj A look from you will be appreciated. THE HO OF KUPPENNEIMER

t Tallahassee, came over to look into
the soundness of the new institutionand
he declared himself satisfied withit j
in every way. Between $6,000 and
$10,000 was deposited the first day. NOW'S THE TIMEto Our Shoe Department
The officers of the bank are: 11.1..

Smith, of Orlando, president; A. L. get ready for the rainy season. .
Hunt, vice-president; B. F. Row,
cashier. The directors include M. M. PAIXT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH : Economy is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in service, style and

Smith, A. L. Hunt, B. F. Row, L. B. FINLEY'S GRAPIIO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT :. comfort.
Drawry, F. E. Trudell, and J. F. '
uncomfortable footwear continue to .
Parkef. $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's : Don't let your feet or annoy you.

The bank opened at 11 o'clock and : Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the com-

at 12:30 a barbecue dinner was servedin PioneerCORNER : fort, service and style of our Shoes mean real economy.

the park on Rutledge avenue. Ad- Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to
dresses were made by M. M.
Smith,
visit and the assurance of our most careful attention.
us,
E. P. Thagood, A. L. Hunt, W. J. Rice, COURT AND PINE STREETS
B. F. Row, L. B. Drawry, M. Sulli- I I Shoes bought at the Big Store will make good, or be made good by us.

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tf THE DAILY; ANOTHER STEREOTYPED "JACK'S PLACE" ON CHURCH I ADDITIONAL LOCALS
f QUESTION ARISES. STREETMr. I -
South Florida Sentinel "What effect will Italy's entry into I Mr. J. P. Rutherford, who resideson
MORNING AND WEEKLY war have upon the situation in Europe E. W. Butt who has been operating the Conway brick road a short distance -
r- v. I:. GLENN ..........Editer ?" was a universal question a refreshment parlor on from that htriving village is
t W. C. ESSINGTOJ .Bu Inew Manager asked yesterday.Who Church street a branch of Butt'sCandy building a handsome residence on his

f Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando. Flor- can answer? Each and everyday Kitchen, has sold it to Mr. Jack farm. Mr. T. W. Mathews, of this
r ida. a* Second Class MaU Matter.t adds to the complexity of the Carter who has taken charge and has city, has the contract which is a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES already begun to make many improvements guarantee that it will be well done.

Daily.Daily.! ,1 Month Year .. 'J60Duly. 5.00 war.When spring set in in Europe everybody in the place. That Mr. OUR SHOES
S Months 135 expected Kitchener's vast Carter will make a success of his venture Mrs. Thos. O'Xeilleft yesterday for r.
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I; Dash 1 Month army to have a tremendous and immediate goes without saying. "Jack," as Atlanta Ga., to spend some

Weekly f Y *r 11.80 effect upon the trend of affairs his many friends call him, is popular with relatives. :Mr. O'Neil is weeks.. _

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE IN in northern France and Belgium. with old and young alike and "Jack's cient manager of the

:f What has this army done? Joffre has Place" is bound to be well patronized. Paving company and is busy these
TO ADVERTISERS done more than "Kitchener's army." days in Orange county looking after i We have turned our stock over five

atortisinz Copy for ant* play be handea and all in at other the hamd-Mt kosinrasffice It was thought the capture or reduction SCHUMANN AND FAMILY DE- the interests of his firm who have times since we started, just fourteen
ot* e.Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. of the land forts on the Dar- PART TODAYMr. seven! road contracts.Mr. .
before poVlication. This rule appliesto months ago. We haven't a pair of shoesin
day
the
chance for contract advertising: it U danelles would be accomplished in a and Mrs. J. F. Schumann and
taTariable and will be strictly adhered to. short time; that Russia's store houseof daughter Miss Margaret and son, Mr McKeivik, prominently con- stock now that we had then. There's
wheat would be released that Turkey Justin will leave nected with the Orlando Development
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel dleon-! ; Schumann todayfor a reason of course, and one not very hardto
Unued'should notify the office in writing on would be wiped from the map; Indiana where they will stop fora company, who has been spending sev-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be find. of leather absolutely the
continued at the regular subscription rates. that all the little countries would joinin while and then go to Oakland Cal., eral days in this section looking over Types

Telephone until -notice Nnmh-r to atop .ia received.........n' II the struggle against the Teutonic where they expect to spend the sum- the affairs of the company, with the best styles absolutely the latest and last abut
allies and that the Dardanelles popular local representative. M.
campaign mer. These estimable people will be
not least being able to fit comprehensively -
TUESDAY, MAY 23; 1915. generally would hasten peace. missed by a large circle of friends Smith left yesterday afternoon for .

What have the Franco-English fleets but it is gratifying to know that they Clinton, 111. any form of foot.

Orlando-the town worth while. accomplished? Goethals is quoted as will be away only a few months. They Can you wonder at the phenominal pop-
o saying no fleet of warships can storm will witness the annual races at the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark, who have
Swat the ball and swat the fly are veil fortified land batteries. The successful Indianapolis motor speedway.Col. been at their home 714 West Church ularity of these two departments Ladies 11f

now in order. storming of the Dardanelles street leave today for New Castle, and Men's?
-o- -- remains to be seen. and Mrs. Pliny Norcross who Pa., where they will spend the summer -
You will do better if you advertisein Russia captured the fortress of have been occupying their pretty months. Their many friends in
the Sentinel.If przemysl. Then it was expected the home 510 Magnolia avenue will leave Orlando will i he pleased to learn that

o Slavs would overrun the Hungarian today; for Troy N. Y., where they will thc-y will bi i-mcng the early arrivals
"Procrastination is the Thief of plains and sweep Austria off the spend the summer. They will take in the fall.
In the Ladies' ShoeDepartment
Time" Italy is sure that Thief! globe. This has not been done. The the Clyde Line boat at Sanford for a ,
0 Russians are now defending Przemysl. trip down the famous St. Johns riverto Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daetwyler and.
Two weeks from today taps will be What have the Russians done? Jacksonville from which point they Mrs. J. B. Magruder all of Orlando, !

sounded for the 1915 legislature.The The British navy has swept the will sail on the Merchants and Minersfor spent Tuesday in town guests of Mr.

o seas clear of German cruisers, merchantmen Baltimore. Thence up through and Mrs. A. R. Bogue. They then
chief enjoyment of a vacationis and various craft. John New York state to their destination. motored on down to Miami and We feature exclusivelyJ. -

being away from where you were. Bull has broken German commerce They have been coming to this city stoppe off in Delray again on Thurs- T. COUSINS
o but has failed to cope with the sub- for several years, and are ardent Orlando day on their return home.-Delray
The real joy of golfing,is to hit the marines. boosters.A Progress. KRIPPENDORF & DITTMANN
white pill and then hunt for it for Aerial warfare has been overrated.The i -- THE NATHAN D. DODGE.
half an hour before using a new ball. British fleet has been overesti- REAL NECESSITY I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haslett will

o mated. The vast horde of barbarous No individual with anything to sell close their pretty home at 514 North
Never did arm chair critics have Slavs has been a disappointment.And or trade can successfully find a buyeror Orange avenue and take their departure -
such a glorious opportunity to pur- now Italy steps into the arena. trader without the aid of the Sen- for Avon-by-the-Sea, New Jersey
sue their vocation as in the present If: there is any one element in the war tinel want ads. Remember that its where they will remain until the first In the Men's ShoeDepartment .
war. that should have an effect it is Italy. circulation represents five-sixths of of October. They will keep in touch
o And yet a few months from now we the Orlando community.TOO with their many friends in Orlando
A good barometer of any city's may find this bubbling, seething nation through the daily visits of the Senti-

standing is prorerty valuesprovidedthey only one of many disappoint- LATE TO CLASSIFY nel.
maintain some consistency from ments.

year to year. Italy has stood on the outside for Special-Lover's Delight at Mr. Wm. F. Ludwig, who has spenta We featrue cxclusively-

o eight months. By astute diplomacyshe roy's Pharmacy. -l\ICEI-1 number of winters in Orlando, andis JOHNSOIURPIIY
As a rule a single man never fully has parleyed and dickered and the happy owner of a very pretty
comprehends the story of the widow's maneuvered until she was prepared. "ANTED-Estimate on grading and : orange grove just east of the city, C.II. ALDEN
might until she starts out after a sec- Nearly half a billion dollars has been hauling dirt. Address E. W. Lager-
roth, West Side Lake Ivanhoe. 25-lt; left yesterday afternoon over the At- J. S. FRENCHA
ond husband. expended on her army. Her navy has' lantic Coast Line for Fort Myers,

o been increased and strengthened. Sheis FOR RENT-Room, 14x28 feet where he expects to spend several
Is the Dixie highway a route root in excellent fighting trim while the suitable for paint plumber, or carpenter days fishing for the denizens of hte
or riot? The East Coast says it's a other nations are panting for breath Silt p. Central. Inquire) of deep before going to his home in Baltimore .
route, Central Florida a riot and the Italy is fresh while the others are becoming Co-operative Produce Co., 10 East Md.
Church St. 5253tcDO Refund for the
railroad, a root-of all evil! fatigued and feeling the

I o strain. YOU WANT a wedding present? Mrs. Lisle Hammond is expected
Robert Keller city treasurer of Italy with the blood of Caesar See the hand painted china in DicksonIves' MenThe
shortly from New Smyrna where she
Tampa, is dead. He was a belovedman coursing through her veins may be an window, painted by MissEchols
505 South Main. 5-25-3tc has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
and Tampa is grieved because a immense factor in bringing the war toan
Mrs. N. F. Brandt, and will be joined
real citizen has passed away. end and again she may not. LOST-A garden plow and hoe, last here by Mr. Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. popularity of refunding ONE DOLLAR -
o any rate Germany may be forced to Friday afternoon on East Amelia
"Swat the fly" may be a time-worn divert her strength from Flanders; avenue. Please notify Mr. A. T. Anderson Hammond, who were married recentlyin of the purchase price on Men's
will make their home in
; Orlando
-< slogan-but remember the insect has and Greece Bulgaria and the Balkan 306 West Concord avenue. Shoes over the amount of $4.00 exceededour
5253t'WANTEDTo this city.-Times-Union. Mrs. Ham
patience. It is a question of who will States may side with the allies in
mond was formerly Miss Josie Brandt, expectations on Saturday.
persist the pest or humanity.A whipping Turkey.LEARNING rent house by the
of this city.-St. Augustine Record.
"WE'LL CONTINUE THE REFUND FOR
o year. Must be modern, have sleeping -
minister last week porch, about five or six rooms, and
Philadelphia THE WHOLE OF THE WEEK"
IT ALL. must be well located close in. State We have never been to Italy-the
went to sleep and forgot his sermon
Here is a new motor car story: A location and rent in answer. Address closest we ever got to it was in Wentworth -
but perhaps his congregation was Resident care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf
farmer strolled into a motor sales avenue between 22nd and :35th
and didn't know anything aboutit.
asleep. house. "What'd that worth?" he Parfait 15e. today, special, at Mc- streets, Chicago. However, Italy i\
o asked, pointing to a small car. "Five Elroy's Pharmacy. 5-25-3tc i Europe) must be lined with signs L
hundred dollars" was the reply. "And reading: "Safety First," "Stop-Look
in the
There is no grander sneak that?" pointing to a better car. "Seven FOR SALE-Hupmobile runabout Listen," "Meditate, then Hesitate," i
world than a writer or author of an hundred and fifty dollars." "And thoroughly overhauled, Al condi- "To Hesitate Is Lost," "A Stitch in ,
letter. He must have a tion. Object of selling, to buy largercar.
anonymous that there one?" pointnig to a seven Address Hup, care Sentinel. Time Saves Nine" "Hesitation Means THE
snake's and soul
heart like a eye a III
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passenger, with a jerk of his thumb. 5-25-3t Preparation."
like a caterpiller. "That one is a fine car and is worth SEI

-o 1200." "I'll take it," said the farm- .
The Scientific American says it is era "The car is cash, you know," said I 1 II IIJ

announced that banana juice has been the salesman. "Yes, I got the money" 1
found to be a remedy for snake bite. said the farmer as he pulled a roll of
Bug juice will continue the main dependence -' bills out of his pocket peeled off 12

though for lots of people. $100 bills and paid for the car. "Now, .

o )cull show me how to drive the critter -
Chicago is on the map again. Both ?" "Sure" said the salesman; IlIIIIIUatgl! r

the American and National League "that's a part of the sale." So they

teams are leading their respective started out and after going three L1AiThe
c, leagues. A baseball is better than a miles overtook a man in a wagon witha
cannon ball in America thank mule team. The salesman tooted

Heaven! and honked and honked and tooted,
o but the man with the mules refused too
Clearwater's revenue has been increased ; heed. Finally the farmer said. FOR RENT AND SALEThe necessity of a hose combining dur-

1533. If Powell could buy "This is my car, ain't it?" "It is," ability and quality is now recognized by

himself at some of his friends valuation said the salesman. "And I paid fort everyone. In the EVERWEAR HOSE you
and then sell himself at his own ?" "You did. "Then" said the
Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America obtain not only a article of standard merit .
farmer
"you run right that
valuation he could raise the revenueto over sun-
an even $2,000. navagun; that's the way automobile Street. Lot 67 x332. House is modern and contains but a positive assurance of relief from
drivers always done with me-To-! further hose annoyances. :
'i seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
Milliners in convention have decided ronto (Kan.)) Republican. Our new stock includes the latest shades ..
bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
that it is psychology that causes women and weights for men, women and children.

to pay $25 for $3 worth of hat. LETTERS TO THE SENTINELWe I Try a pair and be convinced of the superior
Some one ought to get out an injunc-
I merit of this hose.I .
tion restraining them from teaching
i
hope the legislature will pass I
psychology in our colleges.o i the Jones bill which provides for pen-
-o -- sioning school teachers who have
:\ : Senator Fletcher was in taught in the state continuously for !

Tallahassee Saturday shaking hands thirty-five years and have reached the S. Y. WAY I

with the "boys" and patting them on age of sixty-five. The pension to be II I I
the back. Wonder when the lion. D. one-fourth of the
I salary they were receiving -
U. will begin,: to make his round ofI the last year of service as Insurance and Real Estate Agent DICKSO N IVES CO.DEPARTMENT
calls on the 150 Florida editors? teacher. Very few school teachers receive -I .

--o- enough salary to enaMe them to I

A great many northern exchange lay anything by for old age, and yet i PHONE 172
reaching this office contain the following their work is of the utmost
which is so applicable to this tance to the welfare of the impor-\\ II [ \ I STORE.
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section when the seasons change, thatit small pittance which the new .
is reproduced: "With the comingof would allow them would at least preserve -
warm weather all kinds of walkers them from abject poverty or the i 6 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

'" wheelbarrow pushers and so on. poor house. And the provisions of I The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

have broken loose and pester the the bill are such that very few would of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

country. The main game is to sponge ever draw a pension. New York city at right pricesr
I off the public and avoid work. Newspapers pensions teachers who have taught
, that exploit the freaks are I continuously for 25 years.W. .

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wear their uni- sister, Mrs. James Laughlin III., at

( i forms. i"Virginia Heights." Miss Mahady has i I
I : I .. : : FAVOME THEATRE Rufus Tatum, secretary. visited Orlando before and is extremely I

popular in social circles. Mrs. I
__ I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. SOCIETY NOTES : Laughlin entertained for her guest

Poulson. Admission 5 Cent I OF INTEREST.Mrs.: 'i :yesterday afternoon at her lovely

"Rejoice in Hope" was the text of t I B. G. Abernethy entertained ata home. j jI

Bishop Mann's beautiful address at ... . . .. ... very pretty bridge party Saturday !I -0-
St. Luke's Cathedral. The sermon afternoon, six tables of players being The first regular meeting of the
sparkled with those rare literary TODAVS PROGRAM present. Mrs. Florence and Miss Methodist Sewing Circle will be held
gems that only Bishop Mann can so GRANDTODAY ance"THE special LOVE feature PIRATE., in two" parts.A Reli- Hattie Hudson assisted in serving at the parsonage this afternoon at

skilfully use. He said that whetherwe "A HOG OX BARON." A single pineapple ice cream with whippedcream I threethirty.Irs.. Ley cordially invites
deem our existence an opportunityfor red Komic comedy."PEANUTS and salted nuts all during the all of the ladies to attend. Don't
achievement, enjoyment, or ser- Keystone AND BULLETS. A game. Mrs. W. M. Lege won the first I forget to bring your needles and thim-
vice, hope is essential to our makingthe Five cents comedy.to all. prize, a silver picture frame in oval bles.

best of it. .*****# shape, and the consolation, a deck of I -0I -
Bishop Mann was assisted in the t Want cards, went to Mrs. Mattie B. Davis. I Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers. )Ir.and
service by Rev. R. P. Cobb, principalof ## t# anything? Ask for it through -0-- i :Mrs. Ralph Yearby, Mr. and Mrs. Tom

the school. C t a_ 11777711_ a* Sentinel "Wants." Miss Bessie Mahady, of Cambridge I i Brodwater were guests at a deli- ht-

Mass., is the attractive guest of her (Continued on page 8)
SUCCESSFULSENIOR
PLAY.At OSTEOPATHYDR. --

,I the high school auditorium last tpI,. .=o=JI'U i

evening the senior play, "Betty's Ancestors
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J. C. HOWELL "GET IT AT ALLEJW
I'' ," was given before a large and
Osteopathie Physician and Surgeon
appreciative audience. The play was DANIEL FROHMAN Kirksville Graduate .;
I very humorous and was exceedingly Consultation Free A.

,EXCELLENT CATHEDRAL, j well staged. It was only of one act Presents Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
but filled with amusing situations. HoteL
SCHOOL PLAY. I ID
The annual school play, "MennemenInn i,The members of the class displayed DAVID BELASCO'SCelebrated Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 ;

," was presented by the pupils of considerable talent. The cast was as Stage success Orlando, Fla.
the Cathedral school follows:
last
evening in
Cluett Hall before Betty Winslow ____ Ruth McCullough "MAY BLOSSOM"
a large and appre-
Deborah Weston ____Beatrice Davis LZ J
ciative audience. The play was a With a famous players cast. ;
modern comedy. The parts were well James O'Mara _____ Kimble Hughes .
v taken and the production was ably ;The Spayde Sisters ______________ ****** LucerneTODAY -- '- "O-- \ L:
: Nina Swearingen, Annie Crux and r '
The :
presented. cast of characterswas C r ::!( .- '- I .
I Corinne Barker. -
as follows: =--
Miss Honesty Braggs, New Eng- I'The! Spayde Twins ________u_____ Is .
land landlady__Marguerite Hodgson Kimble Hughes and Willis Rogers o TABLE SILVERWARE ain

Cute Sweet Brier, her niece______ Mrs. Austin C. Wellington _______ chests for
____ Alice 1 --------------___ Theresa Warner "THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM presentation purposes,
Brat silver ,
---------------- y or tea sets odd pieces, etc., all
Helena Strong, "the girl from Lab- Miss I Elvira J. Moore\ ____________ of the latest designs and best qualityare
___ Annie Henderson FOUR SPLENDID LINCOLN"An on display at our store and we invite -
rador, Maine" ______ Marian Braly ------------- PARTS I
Mrs. Rhoda ___ Mrs. Freddie Hitchens__Bessie Quigg you to come and examine these
Strong, her aunt Edison special feature com- articles. They are really works of
-------____ Bertha HeulsenkampViva Mrs. Hitchens' Father___Arthur Ivey art and yet most moderately priced.
Delancy, rich girl from New College Professors _______________ 10 cents 20 cents ]plete in two parts.

York City __________ Nelle Kinzel 1 ____Carl Henderson, Arthur Newell I ALLEN & CO., JE YELLRS.a .
Mrs. "Colonel" Carter, her chap- I I Shades: D[b. cD

eron ____________ Winifred Brown Great-aunt Letitia -___Roxana Irvine "TWO BOLD BAD MEN"An I =
Three Sisters: I Ephraim Huntington-Sidney Newell
Essanay Comedy, a scream.
Miss Frances Morrison ________ ,James O'1IarahKimble Hughes --1 STEP BY STEI-
__ Jane Greene --0- I.
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have we climbed in the
Miss Dorothy Morrison ________ 'SPECIALIEETING # paint business
____ Julia Yates OF THE U. D. C. "YOU'LL FIND OUT"I ? l until now we are at the top. Hard
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Miss Josephine Morrison _______ There will be a special meeting of A Kalem Komedy. 'I I work,, honest prices, fair dealing and
pure satisfaction-giving goods, have
the Annie
Coleman Chapter of the U.
Marian Jones
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Airs- -Weatherby, a gay widow____ v.i. tomorrow at the home of Miss _- __, article you purchase from us is backed
___ Ella Siemens Mary Robinson, president of the or- I II
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A GOOD BILL ; by our personal guarantee. Just
Alicia Weatherby, her daughter ___ ganization. The meeting is called for name your wants and 'leave the rest
____ lone Neal 3:30 o'clock and all members are requested .. OUSE
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Betsy Bulson, little country girlCorinne ___ to be present. This will) be
----------------- Walton the last meeting of the season and ROOf GARDENTODAY FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS PAS 11J Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O

Marie Louise, manicure girl ______ given several urgent important attention.matters must be I :BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL 205 S. Orange AvemieS
______ Helen Hoskins
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Pearl, waitress _______ Nina Phillips -- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Katrina, waitress ___Dorothy Daniel NOTICE.AU -
Pearl, chambermaid ____Hilda Koegel members of the MendelssohnClub
Nellie, Miss Delancy's maid ______ both active and associate, and 4 r !

__________________ Josephine KeidBACCALAUREATE all who took part in the performanceof 1\
"AT THE \
"Pinafore" BANQUET TABLE"Ielodramatic
are invited to
-0-- Camp I FRANK A. CURTIS WJU4AM R. (OJjpL .
SERMONS Bee-gi-woo-che at 5 o'clock p. m., A :\ comedy in two
DELIVERED SUNDAY. Tuesday, May 25. There will be cars
at the office of the Orlando Water and parts. King Baggot.
Established
1886
I
Inspiring baccalaureate sermons
Light
at 4:30
company p. m. to fur-
were delivered Sunday to the gradu- nish transportation. Please
ating classes of the Orlando arrange i i
high
to stay until 10 o'clock. "TINY HANDS"An
school and the Cathedral Schol for i '
John M.
Girls, the former being held at the Cheney.- incident of the Civil War. CURTIS & O NEAL
Methodist church and the latter
at St. SANS SOUCI I Ii
t Luke's Cathedral.At .
CLUB.
the Methodist church. Dr. Na- Mrs. Josiah Ferris will entertainthe i IIER FRIEND THE MILKMANA I) INSURANCE LOANS
thaniel Pratt, of Rollins College, de-
Sans Souci Club
this
evening at
livered a most excellent message to game of bluff. Eddie Lyon
her home, o08 South Lake street. The II
the the seniors and to the congregationsof club will inaugurate a new departure, and Billy Rhodes. Nestor Com REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Presbyterian, Baptist and
inviting the
gentlemen, and the mem-
Methodist churches who united in the bers edy.
service.Dr. are anticipating a pleasant time.
-
Pratt's sermon was based on THE BOY SCOUTS.
the text: "I have fought
a good fight,
I have finished the course, I have kept All members of troop No. 4, Boy Ladies Silk Waist Given Awayat
Scouts,
are requested to attend the
"
the faith. It was a practical dis-
regular meeting this nine o'clock.
evening at 7
course filled with inspiration. The
o'clock at Scoutmaster Woodnick's. For SaLe:
benediction was pronounced by Dr. (Continued in fifth column.


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4 Lake Site SENTINEL LOST-A containing small$5 bill black and velvet some purse small, $-4'umber. I a-t11s and: Shin;lei

change, between Central avenue and
Church street, on Orange avenue.
Reward. Return to Sentinel.
WANTSThe 5-23-tfc.:

I :NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Two I I On and after May 31, 1915, the
i( undersigned barber shops will close at
Morning Sentinel Want 7 o'clock p. m., except Saturdays. A
Directory is the Greatest Want Standard Barber Shop.
Ad Medium in Orlando. Gem Barber Shop.J. ORLANDO
Real Bargains B. Harris.
Term. Cash in Advance. R. W. Bird.A. .
P. Jackson.
RATES Royal Palm Barber Shop.
136 acres with beautiful fron- _____________ .
For One Day 25t Arcade Barber Shop. 5-22-6tc -
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For Three Days ___________50c Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and P
For Six Days _______________75c GET OUT on the porch and enjoy .
f 15 per acre. For One Month ____________$2. 0 yourself while you live swinging in .
; This rate applies on all ads of an easy porch swin Get one at .
60 acres, mile off brick road. 25 words or less. If the ad con- Tracy & Moore's, 18 East Church St.
tains more than 25 words the rate Only $2.50. Come and look at them.
Over 1500 feet lake shore. will be one cent per word for 5-23-6tc
each additional word, for each in-
$20.00 per acre. sertion. i-4 DONT: FORGET
If you can't bring your ad to BOARDMAN'S SELLING OUT SALEis

See E. B. Bradley Quick. the counts office opened telephone by telephone No. 24.will Ac-be short on the time HOME left, and STRETCH.the following Only extreme a-

payable the following day. balance prices of the are stock quoted quickly to move: the GAS IS THE[ FUEL[ BE HO mSA

Every Home-Every Business Everything in yard goods at just
Every Man has use for a half price.
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Sentinel Want Ad. Children's rompers, half price.
Ladies' skirts and shirt waists, half
price. -
Witkins Block PHONE C04 FOR SALE Bo -s' shirts, half price.
l\len'shats, half price.
I FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, Any ladies' hat for 35c.
FOR 90 DAYSYou I 5 passenger, ih good condition; extra price.A Boys'. suits and extra pants at half
extra tire
equipment exceptional
; ; few ladies' coat suits that You be will be
were can sure you never disappointed bv
value, Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
$15 to $25; : for
$5 choice.
now
can buy foundation 8-lmoc Get busy while there are your any left. your oven failing to do its share if you' use a GAS

stone building blocks, side- FOR SALE-A BARGAIN F. N. BOARDMAN, RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control, it
walk tile, or anything in my 5-23-24-27-29.
Ave.
Six house and extra lot Orange be made "slow" at will.
reduced. Call around room one may "quick" or When a batch of
line at
adjoining, 66x140 in house in
and let me'surprise you on good repair. Price; near$1,000;, cash or Get the news in the Sentinel first. bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out

prices. terms. Worth looking into. Fred B. just right.

F. D. GORE, Dale, opp. San'Juan hotel. 5-23-6tc Dr. S. S. Jones AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you need

A clean, nice cash business for a it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. hustler, on easy terms; requires only CHIROPRACTOR
ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.
small
cash payment, balance to suit
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. .. -9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone You will be interested in knowing all the improvements -

209. Intelligent people everywhere to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic
I are being restored to health by chiro-
FOR SALE OR RENT Two story practic adjustments, the nw ?cipT>ee lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man
cottage, seven rooms and bath, of removing the cause of disease. Examination I to explain.ORLANDO.
modern conveniences,
roomy porches, free. 12- 4-1mo
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
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DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER DoctorsBuckmaster

Office corner Orange Avenue andChurch FOR RENT
St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., & Bruiidagc;
FOR RENT-One nice, cool,furnishedroom I
Phone 419. cheap, for the summer; ladies OSTEOPATHS .
nly.' Apply 206 East Church.
-23-6t Personal instruction under Dr. Still '
at Kirksville, Mo.
Peaches Green FOR RENT Cottage, for the sum- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Yancey.mer, or by the year; cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. National Bank. Phone 578. WATER & LIGHT CO

Corn FreshTomatoes
,
PHONE 6-16
BUYERS AND SELLERS
i I buy, sell rent, and exchange real For Cadillac GAS DEPARTMENT
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Eight Cylinder
over 30 Have handled over
years.
We carry a full line 20000000. Call and see me. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-: I

of Fresh Vegetables. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. BARNARD & SON
( I
i WANTED 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. II
t Call and look them over 12-lO-im ,II I i

POSITION WANTED-At once, by I .
experienced young 'lady stenogra c
f pher-bookkeeper. Best of references.
b Hams and Bacon Sentinel.Address, giving particulars, S-B., care Orlando Wood Yard !


t- Comb Honey woman, good 5216t'WANTEDWhite cook Removed from Pine St. two blocks ,

and general house work; must be north on Railroad, west end Washington -
t Strictly Fresh Eggs capable. Will give good wages and Service will Service will
home to right party. Call or address, St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

t Jams and Jellies i ii nue.H. McDaniel, 801 Magnolia' 5-23-3t ave- all times. StartMaySlOth' ; PUIlP SIJIII'll[ W U tPIl May Start 10th


r i Olives and Pickles WANTED POSITION-A young man
having fifteen :years experience in B. KINGSLEY
department stores desires position
where ability and merit would war-
f CARUTHERS & GORE rant advancement." Best references. PHONE 344 In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
Address "Y
care Sentinel. 4"8-tf
( specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands ,

Hew Modern G Grocery WANTED at the Sentinel-To buy office.good clean 5-19-tf rags service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

I WORRY' the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
TO ECIIANGE-For house and lot DON'T I
: Phone 200 in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

6 and 8 East Pine St. set to budded trees two years ago; 3 COOLER Free of Charge.
acres unimproved; extra good land.
If you are disappointedabout
r Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon.No .
getting a new Eas-

LOST-One bicycle wheel, between ter Suit, we can put your
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
$16.60 return to Morton Jones & Son, bus old one in good condi- deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
line. 5-13-tf tion for just such occas i

Umbrellas recovered and repaired ions. I
"while you wait," at Young's Repair II I .A 1STAJs Y SIS : .
Srop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
RICHMONDVA. .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS i THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D. .

-House repairs of all kinds done Dry Cleaning Rollins. College, Florida.

promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Steam Cleaning 'I Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915H.

screen doors and windows a specialty; Pressing and Repairing B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
And Return garages.- office fixtures:. window and I Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

VIA doorframes made to order. Get our I brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
prices. 18 East Church street. A
Cut Flowers ( SPRING WATERCOLOR
postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo

Atlantic Coast LineStandard ___________________________.._______Clear.
ROSES
AND CARNATIONS for sale
for commencement. Miss Kate and Plants REACTION ________________________________Neutral
Ronson, Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t FREE AMONIA ____________________________None. .
Railroad of the South ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _______________None.

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Floral Designs CHLORIDE ____________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon. ..
Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd TOTAL SOLIDS __________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
fi
Final limit Located in the Arcade BuildingAll NITRATES ________________________________Trace
by extension June
30 work guaranteed and neat- HARDNESS ___________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Stop-Overs Side Trips 1 ly done. Our work is the best The results' of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
Variable Routes and our prices are the lowest. monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination. ,
This is the to have Violet Dell Florist.J.
SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30 old clothes place your of the body.
For reservations call on made new. The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small

D. ,Yo WHITE, D. T. A. Suit Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. M. CARUTHERSPhone amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. quality.A
pressed _______
------ 40c. 509. 40S South Lake St. very desirable feature ot tms spring.,ter is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
OrlandoDR. All Palm Beaches scrubbed
the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
and pressed _______50c
----- about authorities think the lime and
just enough, as many for supplying magnesia requirementsof
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. the Yours
body. respectfully,
We do ladies' work also. Giveus CLINT BASSPHONE j
(Signed) THOG __ neKER.
a trial and be convinced.
"" 375
,",,'-, :-\". Clothes called for and delivered. i
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Phone 613. Successor to !
SPRING WATER
ELDER CO.
PURE LEIONADEIade from Hand Wood
L H. RAMSDEU choice lemons; the kind Sheppardused CompanyWood i
to make. For sale by G.1.. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE;
OPTOMETRISTORLANDO Cooley, opposite Dann's Transfer W. of All Kinds I

FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES Church street. 5-22-6t PROMPT SERVICE W. \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Want anything? Ask for it through REASONABLE PRICE* I ,

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HIGH SCHOOL NOTESBy LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL far as it goes, but there will be thou- stored for many years to come. POSTAL SAVINGS BANK Burleson. This important extensionof
Arthur Ivey sands who will try and escape this I "There are thousands of mothers j I the senice11 be made possibleby
Members of the senior class are in What Will Come After the War Is burden at the earliest opportunity. with a few little children, now homeless Every person in the United States permitting persons living in com-
receipt of neatly engraved invitations I Many of the younger people of i and their dear husbands and I ten years old or over may open an'I
Over-Prosperity or munities so sparsely settled as not to
requesting their attendance at the an- southern France, Italy, Spain Portu- I elder sons are dead. Think of it, my account in a postal savings bank after:
Depression? will seek homesin brother, these mothers have raised justify the designation of their local
nual commencement of the Georgia gal, and Belgium new July 1, according to an instructive
:Mili Academy, College Park, Ga. America, and will find a climate I their children for slaughter in the bat- leaflet on the postal savings system postoffices as regular postal savings
Waite Laney Way, formerly a When the war broke out one of the and soil to correspond with their own :tlefields like the cattlemen raise their just issued by Postmaster General banks to open accounts by mail.
membe 1 the class of '15, O. II. S., first signs of trade stagnation was the as far as possible. :cattle for the butcher. I -
is a senior in the academy and his general shutting down of factoriesand This means the Southern States and "And now, by all indications, those I
many friends in the high school wish mills in the United States. The California. Florida will be their first that have been engaged in war in the j I
im a happy graduation.Just demand had slackened in fact had choice, all things considered. It is past few months are now making the j i
one word about the "Echo." ceased, for freight cars for cotton and the most accessible, the climate is uttermost preparations for the better I
The five hundred copies have been for machinery of nearly all kinds. better, and the lands are cheaper than and more destructive weapons to fight I
over-subscribed. Nothing further need When the war terminates there will California. that great, last battle which they I
be said in order to prove the popularity be an extraordinary demand for these When and where this war will end, think is soon to take place. In this
of the publication.We same products owing to the inabiltiyof the good God only knows, but my last battle not only the present war H''
are sure that all of the seniors other nations to supply these things word. Florida will increase more in riors, but all the rest of the kingdomsof ] 4r
will agree that Miss Beatrice Davis for themselves. population the first year after the war Europe not at war, will join together -
deserves a vote of thanks for the delightful Most thinking men and men of affairs than in any two ;years prior. with them in making an effort t
party which she gave them see only good times ahead fort "NIGAM." to end all things in the East, as all of ;
$88.90
Friday evening. e United States. Interest may be the nations are raving mad. $80.59 $89.00

Owing to the absence of Dr. Stagg, higher for money and prices of everything BUTCHERY IN EUROPE BAFFLESPEN "Neutral countries show war to the JACKSONVILLE TAMPA MIAMI i
the baccalaureate sermon will be I may be higer, but what of that? WRITES SISTER OF MR. fullest extent. They are now build- AND RETURN AND RETURN AND RETURN
'preached by Dr. Pratt, of Rollins Col Look back and you will find every big AND :MRS. JOHN B. ing destructive weapons far greater f

lege. war has been followed by a big boom.In FRANCE, ORLANDOMr. than any that have been used. What To the Great California Expositions 'i
,
There are fourteen seniors in the times of war frivolities of all these are no one knows, for they are
graduating class this kinds are thrown aside and habits of and Mrs. John B. France, 308 kept secret by each of the powers.
year. I Proportionate rates from all intermediate points. Ploj -over priilexes I
The dress rehearsal of the senior extravagance naturally turn to habitsof West Pine street, have received a let- Every able bodied man and boy is free side San from Los # ,
(route and trip to Diego Angeles.:
.play last evening was a great success. economy. The person who has been ter from :Mrs.: France's sisters and armed and standing ready to fight, Direst anti dhcrsc routes by way of New Orleans. St. Louis and I
Dr. Cox, of the University of Flor- eating three eggs for breakfast will whether neutrals or not.
brothers in Holland. The followingare Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast through trains and
ida, will deliver the commencement 00 satisfied with two. Millions of "In the city of Apeldoorn, 8,000 conducted tours. J
little leaks will make river. extracts from the letter which will armed soldiers and personally ,
address Tuesday evening at the opera soon a are standing ready I
house. Stop the million little leaks and you prove highly interesting: in fifteen minutes can array themselves 5t ll SUMMER\ EXCURSIONS
Baccalaureate sermon at the Methodist -I will soon have a lake. "Many mickles "In a recent battle fought near us I for battle, and we as citizens .. i l TO NORTH AND WEST I m
church, Sunday evening. make a mackle," as the Scotch say, it was like thunder-continuous thun- have to keep them-a few in each
I 1 I Tour trains South Atlantic Limited to Louisville and Cincinnati -
:Miss Beulah :McClure of the junior and this is one reason why there is der. The windows in our house rattled household, board and bed them, although daily-
I I II Di ie to Chicago, Montgomery Route Expres to Memphisand
Flyer
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-, class, who won the prize offered by more money in the banks today than I II from the loud reports of the big the government pays us for
SL Louis New Orleans Special to Mobile[ and New Orleans.
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the Orlando Peace Society for the ever before. Every one is saving a I guns. We are just within the bordersof their keeping.
service L. &. X.
I Choice of routes, superb steel trains and! superior are
little, both home and abroad. the little country of Holland and "And brother, in letter of
best essay on Peace, written by a jun- i your a f'atures.Ialn'others make this road a. favorite with travelers. For >
ior, received the high grade of 99 1-2 i We are entering on an eve of depleted -: only a few miles from the fighting. few weeks ago, asking how long the routes, reservations, literature etc., 'phone wire or write to
per cent. The junior class and Miss stocks of everything. There is Holland is yet at peace. war would last, we must say from all
McClure are to be congratulated on :no glut of overproduction anywhere. i iI "It was a horrible sight to see the reports around us no one could tell, H. C. BRETNEY, Florida; Passenger Agent, LcuiSTilIe and Nashville Railrcad I
such a remarkably fine effort. When the war is over there will be a: condition following the battle. Thou- but making greater preparations for 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Pnone 161) Jacksonville, Florida

Commencement is indeed the end of rush to buy, and prices will not standin i I sands upon thousands on both sides to slay all human beings off the face
I the of It will be had fallen on that battle ground, and of the earth. brother this '!
old things, but as the very word denotes way purchases. a My by it' -------- --- -
it marks the beginning of those case of woodchuck-"got to have him, train loads of dead were taken awayto looks like the end of time has come. j I
greater duties and responsibilities in I no meat in the house." Where is the I be buried-to some better place ."And 0, we are so glad that your I USEFUL GIFTS fOR GRADUATES
training for which the student has money to come from, you ask. Sta- : where the digging of graves could be America land is still in peace; may :
spent twelve long years. tistics show deposits in the Bank of I made with ease. I God grant that you never will see the |I II
Thus we come to the end of the England have been three times greater "The battle was at that place in the I fearful sights in America that we see '
school year of 1915, and in the wordsof since the war broke out than in I Franco-German war in 1870-71, in i here now, before our eyes, day after
the acrostic which appears in the its history, and the same can be said I which my brother was, when something 'day. I'I'i .
Echo, "We have conquered." :May of the banks in the United States. I like 190,000 men were slain at "This is from jour loving sisters May be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction, Cooks
each member of the class take this There is your answer. The banks are that place. But that was not a dropin and husbands, at and in the city of
for his motto, and when from year to !bulging out with money. This is no the bucket compared to the ones Apeldoorn, Netherlands, Europe." i iI of Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty books i

year we gather as alumni at the "old dream. Ask your banker. :Many: men of late we have had. Countless is the made for gift purposes. We also have special CongratulationCards a
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school," may all be able truly to affirm think there will be little emigration number of lives already slain and lost GETS ELEVEN MONTHS: ON
"We have conquered." !after the war. Among them Vice- in the present war. r ROAD for sending to graduates, either separately or to accompany .;
I President Marshall. However, like "Pen can not describe all the hor- '
The new Russian-American Line .i the cotton, grain and stock markets, ror, murder and bloodshed in this war. Joe Purcell, colored, entered a pleaof other gifts. 5c. lOc. and loc. each.
steamship Czaritza carried 550 pas- Ii I there are two sides to this question. In Belgium west of us, for as long guilty of forging a check on the
sengers and 6,00 Otons of cargo for I Some people think immigration will distance as you can see there is noth- Alabama Paving company, yesterday,
Archangel, Russia. About 250 pas- :be unprecedented in numbers. And ing left. Those big guns have plowed and Judge Warlow, of the Orange ,
sengers were booked on the French .why not? The tax burden for years deep holes through the ground that a county criminal court of record, sen- W. S. BRANCH,
Line steamship Niagara, which also I and years will be enormous through- train of cars would almost pass tenced him to eleven months on the
carried mail and cargo for Bordeaux. lout Europe. Patriotism is all right as through. It can hardly be re- county roads. I THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
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: a tone of distinction to Mead Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. ;
Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs. !
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Income Property.

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Mr. E. G. Duckworth is spending
today in Jacksonville looking after THE KEY To SUCCESS

business matters. JSIMONEYx /' IN .
Sir.V.. P. Johnson left yesterday THE
afternoon for Arcadia on business for :}}' il/j,1/:/ I
the South Florida Foundry.Mr. .
e ./ "BANK

' 1I J. C. Burts returned yesterdayto ,
+ his home in Roanoke, Va., follow- $ %; /
ing a week's visit to friends in Or- r J
lando.

Loyalty to the StateThe Mr. T. E. F. Hoskins left yesterday \ : tT\ik
morning over the Atlantic Coast 11\1
Line for Daytona Beach where he expects -
rigid State Banking Laws of Florida to enjoy life for a while. : :

must be complied with to the letter or we 6' I -.J
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tobler, who have < :;
lose our charter. Under their safe pro- been the guests of Mr. Lester Bee- p i ; I"" V\k\ .

largelyto man, at Shore Acres, returned to their '! .
; visions the depositors' money goes
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home in Tampa last evening. BASK ANY MAN
the development of home industries. '
:Mrs.\ J. E. Farris left yesterday afternoon WHO IS SUCCESSFUL
Loyalty to the State-and the advancement -
over the Atlantic Coast Line
of your own personal interests- for Danville, Ky., her old home, to HEEL TELL YOU
spend the summer. :Rr :
- should induce you to open an account with ..

Miss Alice Woodruff arrived in Or-
the
lando yesterday from Avon Park and
is the guest of her friend, Miss Ruth OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.
State Bank of Orlando Hendricks, on North Main street. Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account

started a few years ago would come in handy now. Start.
Mr. E. A. Douglass, clerk of the it now; in a few years you will be the man ready with
court of Seminole county, was in Or- the money.
lando yesterday from Sanford look-
We will 4 cent interest on the
ing after business matters. pay you per money you
put in our bank and compound the interest every three

Mrs. Henry Hale and Mrs. Emma months.

/\ Howard, of Jacksonville, are guestsof
rMA Mrs. E. T. Worthley, 807 East Cen-

tral avenue. The Peoples National Bank

Mrs. J. McDaniels, one of San-
ford's estimable ladies, was among "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
the welcome visitors to Orlando yes-

terday.Mr. .
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W. W. Hunt, the well known
representative of the Cummer Lum-

ber company, Jacksonville, is spending -
today in Orlando.

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Miss Ophelia Cooper arrived in Or-
lando yesterday afternoon from Jacksonville -

Summer Cooking on a visit to her sister, Mrs.J. .
M. Caruthers, on South Lake street.
Shouldn't Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dotson left yesterday -
the Cook over the Atlantic Coast Line PACKARD MOTOR CARS

for Hendersonville, N. C., where they
Getting dinner ready will spend the next three months en-
joying life in the mountains.Mrs. .
- in July is just as comfortable \

i as in November J Geo. E. Nolan and son, Master -

r' -if you use a )) George, Jr., and little daughter,
FLORENCE OIL Francis Henriette, left yesterday afternoon -' The Best at Any Price
for Atlanta, Ga., on a visit to
, COOK STOVE.' "The Turning Point in Oil Stove History relatives.

t The hect goes into the FLORENCE Among the representative citizensof Ask the Man Who Owns One

f. cooking, not into the West Orange visiting Orlando yes-
kitchen. It does your Oil Cook Stoves terday were Hon. B. M. Sims and son,
" Mr. Walter Sims, of Ocoee, who min-
t work well and reliably, "Look for the Lever"and gled business with pleasure.Mr. .
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l keeps you com

fortable.! It requires less watching and regulating 8 and Mrs. George Pile and chil-
Sold
i dren, Ruth, Clara, and George, who By
than a coal stove.
have been here for some time, occu-
G You keep four burners hot I pying one of Mr. S. P. Carpenter's
can one or at an intensely
San Juan Garage Company j
cottages on Lake Cherokee, left yesterday -
[ or mere y simmering flame.: for their home near Bluefields,

F: Come i:1. and let us show you how these FlorenceAutomatic West Virginia.Mr. .

Stcvca work! how and reliable.
simple S and Mrs. A. C. Heffner, who
No Wicks to burn c::t. 1:"j lrahes to leak. Once have been pleasantly located on East

started, each burner wi.l keep going at the same Central avenue for the past two 1. . 1.eI .e1. 4 .II lt'.lnl.r..t.f'III' '
months, left yesterday over the At-
power until you turn i i' out.PERFECTLY. r lantic Coast Line for Beloit, Wis., """"!.

where they will spend the summer
SAFE J months. They are planning to returnto
Orlando next winter. r I WHO WILL BE YOUR EXECUTOR ?


OSCAR HAND & SONIIMilMMIIMIIIIilliMlltlllMIMMMtllMUMM Miss Roberta Cason, daughter of ANSWER NO. 1- .
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Cason, armed r.i When you appoint an individual as your executor i f

Miami last .evening, coming on the you do not know who will eventually carry :
5:30 train. Miss Cason has taught out the provision of your will. _r
during the last year at Apopka, Fla., A PERSON nominated to execute your will may r ;
-- -- but it is the plan of her parents to not long survive you. Sickness may delay or prevent p
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.. persuade her to remain in this city the beginning or completion of his service. : ., .;..
not only during the vacation, but next .
will be ,
In either case, another person ap- r s
I winter as well. Miss Cason was introduced
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the last
.. pointed by the Court, possibly person
last evening to the I
young
whom would have selected to cary out the
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES people of Methodist church, south, wishes you expressed in your will. -
at the farewell given for Miss Streator '
of TRUST COMPANY is con- ,
The Service
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and it is
no hyperbole to say that 1
she has already become a favorite.- tinuous. ,. A- ;

Whether Miami Metropolis. Sickness and abesnce do not delay. You may
It Is Brooch Bar Pin ..
... I begin now to cultivate an intimacy and consult .
freely with the officers of the company about 3 ;
ORLANDO SOCIETY
Pendantor your affairs, and know that the information and f r
wishes imparted to them will permanently in-
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fluence and facilitate the accomplishment of your
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best fully informal supper party Saturday dearest preferences in the settlement of your es- '
value for your money by coming to us. given by Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Fort. tate, as the CONTINUITY OF SERVICE WILL

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fins After supper cards were enjoyed. BE UNBROKEN. ems .
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goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof -0- Answer No. 2 will appear in the future issue ; '.
Miss Constance Bourlay of Lees-
merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are ex- of this
newspaper.
burg, is the guest of Miss Marian
ceedingly low. We also offer choice selections and
you time and ask for further
Come in freely
the best service. Smith. Miss Bourlay is an alumnusof I any +a
the Cathedral school and has many I information on this vitally important subject. You

We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it friends in Orlando. She will be here are welcome, and our officers are always glad to t ;; .,,, I
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the for several weeks. I give advice. tOrlaildo
wearer. -0-


day tained Holt Mrs.,evening who a Irvine few will friends in and leave honor Mrs.at for of auction McKay Jersey Miss Satur-enter Grace City I n B Bauk & Trust t C Coffipally n


T.D.EVANS Tuesday. ORLANDO FLORIDACapital
-oMr. ,
: and :Mrs. Malcolm Ross Matheson -
of New York, arrived yesterdayto and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three

EWELER be the guests for a few days of Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.rr ; .
Mrs. M. E. Halstead, on Magnoliaavenue.

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