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 26, 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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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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mains Tin i Also Got Conviction in SAYS THAT FROM yAY .il TO ALONE.
Secretaryof AUSTRIAN
as [
His First: "Cow Case":

1 London 25. An official an- inal Court ---
May --------
to the composition of .STRIANS RETIRE TO FORTIFIED -
nouncement as
the new cabinet was made tonight by For the first time in local historyCoun'ty FLEE GAS TO SAVE LIVES LI AMTHOIT

the press bureau. Solicitor W. L. Tilden suc-
Lord Herbert Henry Asquith remains ceeded in securing a conviction yesterday MOTION

premier. afternoon in the criminal court LONDON, MAY :;.-IN SIR JOHN I COULD NOT BE RECOVERED ON

Reginald McKenna, the present for illegal fishing in Orange county FRENCH'S REPORT, I'l7BLlSIiEUCCOCXT I OF A GAS CLOUD. WARSHIP IS ACTIVE IN ADRIATIC

home secretary, becomes the chancellor waters. Adrian Sewell and W. E. TONIGHT, THE BRITISH COM"TIIE GERMANS USED GAS ON TO RECONSIDER VOTE BY

... of the exchequer, in place of David King charged with illegal fishing in OUR FRONT FOR FIVE MILES WHICH PRINTING BILL
LloydGeorge.Sir I Lake Apopka, were convicted. No MANDER STATES THAT POR- FOR FOUR AND A HALF HOURS, PASSED Shells Huso and Inflicts Consid-

Edward Grey remains foreign sentence was pronounced upon these TIONS OF THE LINE TO THE MAKING THE BRITISH QUIT THE WAS erable Damage Italy Will

secretary. violators of the law yesterday, but EAST OF YPRES HAVE BEEN TRENCHES IN ORDER TO SAVE

Arthur J. Balfour, the Unionist will be today. LOST BY TilE BRITISH AND THEIR LIVES.COMMENCEMENT Measure Now Up to the Senate Not Conclude Sep-

leader, becomes first lord of the ad- County Solicitor Tilden also got a -- .- - and Will Re Reported Out arate Peace
miralty, in place of Winston Spencer conviction in his first "cow case" yes- of Committee on

Churchill. terday. Richard Victor Lent was sen- T 0. Ii. S. I SLIGH HAS MODEL FARMS WednesdayBy Geneva, May .-One hundred and

Lord Kitchener remains secretaryof tenced to pay a fine of $70 for killinga Ii twenty thousand Italians (three army
war. cow. IJ J C. F. JohnsonThe corps) have invaded Austria according -

David Lloyd-George becomes the Robert J. Bank and David Suttle Class of 1915: Is Launched on Tomatoes Are Showing Form- Sentinel Bureau, to news dispatches today. The

minister of munitions, a newly crea- for dealing in liquor, were sentencedto Life's Rough Sea Last I Two Car Loads Have Been Tallahassee, Fla., May 25. Austrians are slowly retiring to their

ted office. six months each. If the court con- Night at Opera : Shipped This The house today voted down the fortified lines without giving battle.

Lord Churchill becomes the chan- tinues its unrelenting procedure there House I Week motion of Representative Martin, of Italian airships reconnoitered the

cellor of the duchy of Lancaster.The will be no more whiskey cases on the I Tampa, to reconsider the vote by Austrian positions in the Tyrol and

place was offered John Red- docket for some time, if ever. In addition which the bill was passed last Friday Dolomite Alps, but were driven back
The annual commencement exercises When it comes to ideal farms of
mond, the Irish leader, but he refusedit. to the three who pleaded guiltyto ] authorizing the establishment of a by Austrian air patrols.
of the Orlando high school wer ,truck and vegetables, S. J. Sligh
whiskey charges Monday, the following state printing plant. The measure is
held last evening in the opera house. leads the ntire state of Florida. A
Lord Asquith retains the portfoliofirst have been sentenced: Arthur Italian Destroyer' Does Much Damageat
The opera house was filled to capac- general survey of Mr. Sligh's farmsin now up to the senate and will be reported -
lord of the treasury.The Wiggins $100 or three months; I out of committee Wednesday.The Buso, Austria
ity. The exrcises were opened\ .h a various parts of Orange county discloses -
Marquis of Lansdowne takes a George King $150 or four months Rome 21 via Paris 25.
; prayer by Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of excellent crops. bill providing for taking the May May --
seat in the cabinet but without a James Packard $1;;0 four months The official
port- or ; the Methodist church. Prof. Simmons I He has a vast acreage of tomatoes. census of the state during this year following statement was

folio. months. introduced Dr. II.V.. Cox, professor j These are being picked and crated bya was indefinitely postponed in the sen- issued tonight by the Italian general
The other members of the new cab- Other cases are: ate after lengthy debate to staff:
of philosophy and psychology in the j score of employes and two car loadshave today a as
inet who will 'fill minor positions were Eugene Adams and Charlie Wil- University of Florida. i been dispatched. The market the necessity and authority for such An Italian destroyer entered tie

also chosen. liams, gambling, each $25.; of Buso the Austrian fro,.
but Senator Stringer changedhis port near -
Dr. Cox chose for his subject, I price is good. In addition to the tomatoes a step,
Among these were Bonar Law, the Joseph Purcell, forgery, plea of "Dreams" and took the principal part I I which are ready for shipping vote to move a reconsideration of tier, and destroyed the landing stages,
leader of the Unionist party who will guilty, 11 months in jail. the railroad staion and barracks
the vote that postponed the measure as
of his address from the life of Joseph :Mr. Sligh has cucumbers of the finest
be secretary of the colonies; ; Austen Sidney Hayes assault and battery, and showed how dreams are II II.variety, his corn is about a month old and it will come up Wednesday again. well as all motor boats in the harbor.
Chamberlain, president of the Boardof $25 and costs. The not damaged and
The state hotel inspection bill destroyer was
really a part of one's personality. I rnd is waist high; his potatoes are .
Trade. LeRoy Green, petit larceny, jail The main theme of his magnificent excellent; he has many acres in wa- passed the senate today and under its none of the crew was wounded. Two
Lords Crewe and Curzon also received sentence. of the ekilleU and took
wer we
provisions hotel antI enemy
address was an admonition to the I I termelons. Some of the "baby" mel- every boarding'I
appointments.The Robert Gaines $30. I fifteen
graduates to be men and women ons are bulging from the vines and house, restaurant, lodging forty-seven prisoners, including -
official announcement of mem- Jim Harris, four months. I who
inn will under the of non-commissioned officers,
I physically, mentally, morally and spir- will weigh from thirty to forty come supervision
bers of the new cabinet stated that Willie Banks, beating train, plea of itually. He delivered a very convincing pounds in two wekes. the state hotel commissioner and the were brought to Venice.
the names had been approved by the guilty, 30 days.Nathaniel infor-
; attack on tobacco, whiskey and Mr. Sligh says conditions never regulations will place every public "According to supplementary
king. Thomas, petit larceny, dissipation.He looked better. He is getting top place of abode on a high standard. mation received the two enemy aero-
$30 or 60 days. The bill enacted in 1913 exempted planes which appeared over Venice
said that while Florida was doing prices because he has the perfect pro-
NINE BODIES BROUGHT HOME Cecil Walker, petit larceny, plea of a great deal in educational work ducts. A trip through his string of houses of a small number of rooms, this morning dropped eleven bombs
BY THE NEW YORK guilty, sentence suspended.Geo. and it has been found that the bill without causing serious The
more in proportion to her wealth than farms is well worth the time. And a ) damage.
New York.-Nine of the Lusitania's Gibson, compounding felony, any other state, yet she was not doing talk with him is most interesting for did not reach far enough for the pro- fire from our defnses put them to
dead were landed here today from the plea of guilty, 6 months.
one-half enough.The he is recognized as an authority tection of public health. flight. The damage to the railroad
American line steamer New York. Kellen Hail, breaking and entering, speaker was followed by C. E.I vegetables in the South. His farms The "grandfather clause" amend- caused by the attacks of warships and

Among them was the body of Charles one year in jail. Howard chairman of the board of I are the epitome of culture and everything [ment to the constitution, having aeroplanes in the early hours of the

Frohman. Flanders Williams, petit larceny, school trustees who presented the diplomas is in.a. high state of cultiva passed the house several weeks ago. morning was unimportant and already -
Dr. Carl E. Foss of HarlemIont.., plea of guilty, $30 or 2 months. to the class. His remarkswere tion. today suffered a few amendments and has been repaired.

a survivor, who came on the New Rufus Jones, Allen Wilson, Ardie well reieived. was sent to the engrossing committeein "The Austrian cannonade sank a

York gave some graphic details of Freed Jake Banks, Joe Mitchell, gambling I The benediction was pronounced by the senate. It is now confidently German steamer in the harbor at An-
the destruction of the Lusitania. lie $15 each 30 days. HOW THEY PLAYED "
Dr. Poulson. The flowers were beau- expected the amendment will be sub- cona.
said after the explosion of the torpedo Carl :Morris grand of
larceny, plea
tiful. The seniors, fourteen in num- mitted to the people at the next gen-
he saw a life boat break from the guilty, $300 fine or 3 months. ber, were seated on the platform. National League eral election. Will Respect Swiss Neutrality

davits and fall into the sea almost under The jury which was selected and 1 New York 5, St. Louis 11. Berne May 25.-Official: Germany,

the big ship's propeller blades. has tried several cases is composed of Brooklyn: 5. Pittsburgh 1. BECKER STILL SAYS HE IS IN- Austria and Ifely have pledged the'i;
"The blades ripped through the lit- W. N. Z. Dollins, G. R. Croft, H. B. Boston S, Cincinnati 1. NOCENT: I selves to reflect the neutrality (.f i

tle boat and battered it to bits," he Dease, R. H. Williams, J. D. Hehnis, INDIANAPOLIS: MOTOR Philadelphia 3, Chicago 0. Switzerland.

said. "One of the men was cut to C. K. C. A. SPEEDWAYGray American League I
Pomeroy, Lee, II. Ohse, Ossininjr, N. Y., May 2-1.-Becker
pieces before my eyes; the water was A. F. Lloyd, F. T. Scruggs, II. K. Cleveland 5. Philadelphia 6. will not ask for a commutation of the Italy! Sign With Allies
red where the boat went down." Wood, C. Sweat, and A. C. Ellison. Rush and J. C. Otey, of Orlando Detroit 4, Washington 8.ChicagoXew sentence of death imposed upon him London*--It generally is understood -
leave today for Indianapolis.
'. where York, rain. by Justice Seabury, so he informed Italy has reached an agreement
they will witness the annual
HAVE REACHED .ASHTABULA: DEATH OF FORMER JEWELRYJI.XUF.CTURElt St. Louis-Boston rain. Father Cashin, his spiritual adviser, with her new allies under which she
international the
sweepstakes races at
t SAFETYA Federal League this afternoon, after he received the will sign the existing treaty not to
post card received at the Sentinel Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Satur- Pittsburgh 2-5, Brooklyn 4-4. conclude
that the of
news court appeals had a separate peace.
yesterday from Mr. F. A. Purdy, who day, May 29. The races promise to Kansas City C, Newark 5.
Mr. Renslow P.. Crosby, 82 years refused him a new trial in the death
with his wife left recently for their old died at 7 o'clock last evening at be more thrilling than ever before. J. Chicago-Buffalo, rain. house at Sing-Sing. Italians Advance

summer home in Ashtabula Ohio, I his late residence 9 Lake street. He P. Holbrook is now in Louisville St. Louis-Baltimore, rain. Becker stated that he believed he Rom e.-The war office announced
tells of their safe arrival in the Buckeye born in Villerica Mass and where he went from the Dixie High- South Atlantic League that Italian
i was was had put up the hardest fight possiblefor today forces had penetrated -
State. both laid with way Commission meeting, and will Savannah 3
They are up I a prominent business man in Boston 4. life and although he asserts he Austria, occupying Caporetto,
bad colds, are homesick, and wished i for many years, being a large manu- join Messrs. Rush and Otey at In- Columbia 1, Columbus 2. is i innocent he feels it will be utterly I'the heights between the Jndnio and

a they had remained longer in Orlando. facturer of jewelry. He had win- dianapolis. They will also be joinedat Augusta;: 3, Albany 2. useless to appeal Whitman, who, as the I*>nzo, and the towns of Cormons, ,
the Hoosier I
They also welcome the Sentinel's tered in Orlando for the past five capital by R. R. Price Charleston 3, Macon 3; eleven innings district attorney, prosecuted him I Cervignagno and Terzo.
and E. B. Skinner of Jacksonvilie-
visits and wish to be darkness.
daily remembered years, and had many friends in this through two trials.MISCREANTS .
All these men are automobile fanciers
t to their rien<*s. city. He is survived by a widow but Southern League U. S. Neutrality Proclaimed 4
and race fans of the worst kind. They
Little Rock
no children. Funeral arrangementshave Birmingham 4. Washington, May 25.A
: STEAL I neutrality
will have
an enjoyable trip and be on
l MORE TROOPS FOR THE DAR- not been announced. Nashville 5, Atlanta 4. FEED proclamation by the United States
speaking terms with the French and
D.XELLESConstantinople.The New Orleans
Memphis 3. covering the entry of Italy in the '
number of Italian racers before returning to No others scheduled. Monday night some miscreant en-
British and French troops landed NEW CABINET FOR PORTUGAL: Florida. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Estes tered the barn of Mrs. J. II. Richardson I the ropean war was published today Eu'I'I

the Dardanelles has been increased Lisbon, May .-Dr. Jose Castro will also witness the races. on the corner of Anderson and state department under date
along -
to 90,000 by additional de it is announced will be president of FROM CLIENTS Sammerlin and helped themselves: to i!

barkations.Of the new cabinet, vice Senor Joa Cha- OFFICERS ELECTED ALUMNI CATHEDRAL MARGINS all the horse feed they could lay their French Gain-One Mile ;E!
shore about gas who resigned this afternoon. The SCHOOL hands on after first confiscating the
the troops on 4,000 Paris, May 25.Important progress 3!
are said to be incapacitated by illness Spanish cruiser: Espana, which was There was a large and enthusiastic New Orleans La., May 25.-The harness and taking whatever else it was realized today by the French in ,z;

The original landing force was esti in port here guarding Spanish inter- meeting of the Alumni Association of United States district court of suited their fancy to make way with. their operations along the northern .
ests during the recent has appeals Several
mated at 60,000. left. mutiny the Cathedral School yesterday at today decided that brokers cannot suspicious characters have battle front. Infantry attacks against a

4:30. The meeting was called to order sue to collect! from clients margins been seen loitering in that neighborhood I German trenches and fortified po.si- .1

NO EXTRA SESSION I by the president Miss Dorothy on cotton in future trading. recently and petty thieving re tions were made in several places, not- 1

Washington, D. C.-President Wil- BIG FORCE ON FRONTIERThe : Cooper. A large amount of businesswas The case came before the court in ported.TO ably to the north of Arras, where the i

son said today he had not considered .Hague.-Information reachingThe transacted and then the membersof the suit of D. W. James versus WaldoP. Germans were forced to give up sev- f

calling an extra session of congressin Hague indicates that German this year's senior class were Clements and others on appea! RESPECT SWISS NEUTRALITY eral trenches and large fortified posi- J

OftoWr. He remarked his mind and Austria have concentrated 680,- brought in and made members of the from a verdict in the United State.. .* London.-Germany and A ustriaI I tion. South of Arras east of ;Ihe road l

had been occupied with other matters 000 men on the Italian frontier. All association. Delightful refreshmentsof court for the northern district of Hungary have notified the Finnish from Aix Moulette to Souchez, the

and that there still was plenty of but ten of these thirty-four divisionsare ice cream and cake were served. Georgia.The I government that they will respect Frenche gained over a mile after routing J'

time to think about an extra session. German. The annual election of officers was lower court gave to Clementsand Swiss neutrality, according to a Berne, Germans who had resisted for fif-

held and resulted in the election of his associates, cotton brokers a I dispatch to the Reuter Telegram com-" teen days.

Rome.-The value of Austrian and Columbia records of the world's :Miss Frances Bosanquet, president; verdict of $10,145 against James for pany. 1
German greatest musicians. Prices Miss Helen Warlow ParisIay 2: .-Two German aero- .
ships now in Italian ports, ranging vice-president; cotton margins. James appealed.The .
which have become prizes of war. is from 65 cents to $7.50. Get the latent Miss Zelma Lewter secretary, and New Orleans court reversed the THE WEATHER planes approached Paris this evening, ;

estimated at more th-rn 100.000.000( cat:.;ogue. Curtis & O'Neal, nook Miss Jean Person, treasurer; who will 1;judgment holding that margins were Florida: Gere-11;- f "'dnes- I!I bu were i/tattn off by six Ireis:,h ma-

francs, equivalent to $20,000,000. store. 1 serve for three years. wagers on cotton and not commodity. day and Thursday. .chines.I : .
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11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 PACKARD EXHIBITION TWIN-SIX AT WILL INDIAN.BE ON LOW RATES TO ORLANDOA.


1 WEEK C. L. Will Give Rates and BULK

| | Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service j twelve A tumult cylinder of rumors Packard relating has been to a Special Orlando Train Meeting Service to

crystallized by the announcement of June 11 R U
Harley-Davidsbn TruckFOR the Twin-Six. It is stated officiallythat
the model A. B. Johnson has received a notifi-
new will be on exhi-
cation from E. D. Dow, traffiffc
bition in Indianapolis during the weekof
ager of the Florida Citrus Exchange,
the big race.
In external appearance the new car that the A. C. L. will make a rate of Your Drug Store
PHONE 444 retains all of the well known Packard three cents per mile plus 25 cents for
I characteristics. It looks much like round trip to Orlando and from all
.. previous models, except that the hoodis stations on the line on account of the
shorter, the radiator meeting of the Citrus Exchange in
i Good and Bad Cigar Stores tapered to
conform to it, and the running boardsset Orlando June 11.
r two inches nearer to the ground. He has advised that a special train Every woman in this city is interested in Pure Drugs
II The reduced length of hood permitsof will be run, leaving Arcadia about We keep that in mind when buying drugs.
a shorter wheel base. 5:30 a. m. June 11, connecting with
Full stocks of Drugs, Medicines, Pharmaceuticals of
When the hood is lifted startling the regular train at Bartow, leaving
changes are revealed. The twelve cylinders that point at 7:15 a. m., and connect- finest quality. This store is always in position to fill your
are there all right, but it is ing with their train No. 84 at Lake .'
[ ORLANDO ROOFING orders or the doctor's orders promptly and efficiently.
hard to realize that such a Alfred, leaving there at 8:13 a. m.,
AND plant can be so compactly stored arriving at Otlando at 9:56 a. m. If you want the best and nothing but the best, the ,
away. There will be no special train in the best way to get it is to come to this store where you will
SHEET METAL CO. reverse direction as those attendingthe
The Twin-Six motor is exactly what
I be sure to find the best.
convention reach
can easily their
its name implies, two six cylinder I
blocks arranged in V form with an homes with the regular train service.
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos angle of sixty degrees between them. j i This will necessitate quite a numberof
This small included angle allows such I 'them leaving Orlando on A. C. L.
train No. 89 at 3:24 in order for
and Rubber accessories p. m.
Roofings as starting motor genera- |
tor and '[them to connect for points between
water pump to be placed in City Drug StoreJ.
Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings the standard Packard position just inside Lakeland and Fort Myers.
the frame, so that the space be-
tween the cylinders is left clear and WISII THEY WERE BACK IN
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
I the valves are conveniently accessible ORLANDO
without the removal of a single ac- Word from a number of winter residents -

cessory. The acute angle between the who have departed for their ..
cylinders also permits of a narrow homes in the North is to the effect
'' frame at this point with the result that they wish they were back in Or-
that the turning radius is even shorter lando.
Where Is No. 10 E. Church St.? than before. .

The motor is of clean cut design
, OPPOSITE DEAN'S CITY DRUG STORE with nickled trimmings and enameled
cylinders. The bore is three inches C Colollial l ] CAREY HANDFUNERAL
r WHAT IS THERE ? FEED OF THE BEST QUALITY and the stroke five inches.

AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS The Twin-Six has a remarkablerange
I of ability combined with almost DIRECTOR
complete absence of vibration at
r W. I. DeWrfT.' M'gV. N.. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 all speeds. This result is due not You hear about Colonial AND EMBALMERAll
only to the continuous smooth Hills.
cation of power from the apPli-1
I inders, but also to the fact that the' You read about Colo-
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I small bore of the cylinders and the nial Hills. calls answered Promptly Dayor
f use of a special aluminum alloy in
making the pistons have reduced the You talk about Colo- Night. Hand Block.
reciprocating weight of the twelve nial Hills. ,

I EXCEPTIONAL OFFER pistons and half connecting the weight rods to of approximately the- Sooner or later you Orlando, Florida.PHONE .

corresponding parts in the previous will buy in Colonial
Packard model. The superior smoothness 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457.
of operation, which is inherentin Hills. Why not NOW!

Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne I longer this life twelve to the cylinder bearings engine and insures effectsan It will give you satisfaction -- .

6 economy in oil and gasoline. and profit. I --

t with of I The new car will be furnished in
plenty Foliage
f two wheel base lengths. The "1-35" 'CARL DANN Sentinel Want Ads Get Results 1
and Trees. i is 135 inches and carries practically
the present line of Packard bodies. _
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The "1-25" is 125 inches and takes anew
i line of Packard built bodies I I
l Price $2000.00 .which are a little less in length. There I II I

f is a new type control board mounted
PUl-e Ice CreetrriWhen
i I 1 on the steering column with combination !
lighting and ignition switch. This
|permits the operation of a combina-

I C. A. HOVEY. |1 tion movement.of lights with a single. ever i ,

j I Those who have seen the new Packard For Party .
call for HAND'S. If
Twin-Six motor and driven behind -
l- I, it, say that it marks the great- you don't believe that we take -- Clubthe

t< I I est advance in motor car design since greatest care in its manu Remake our Ice Cream from
Church SocialSchool
; T- i i the passing of the primitive onelonger. facture come up and watch us
tubercular tested cows. All
I It is claimed that the man at make it. You will be
surprised I 1 Socialat 1
the wheel is given an absolutely new cans, moulds and everythingused
SPRAYING I the care detallls given.
t j I sensation in motoring. The Packard
used in the manufacture of our Lodge
company says that advance demonstrators I kind you want, any time
For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In will be shown in the principal you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- '
r secticide. For Red Spider. Ruste Mite and all other Mites cities within a few days. I ized.: PicnicOrder
f infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur from a quart up.
r Compound. You are cordially invited to
K These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan ABSTRACT COMPANY MOVES inspect our factory at any Hands Pure
, be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely time. Ice Cream
; insure clean trees and bright fruit. The Orange County Abstract com- ,

t Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing pany has moved into new quarters at
f cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and the corner of Pine and Main streets,
you will have no regrets at the end of the season. the room formerly occupied by the
Tourist Headquarters. The rapid ICE CREAM CO.
t growth of this company has necessitated -
1. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers this move. They will continueto

occupy the room in the court house
in connection with their work. PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
; Orlando, Florida
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" Having made large purchases of Beef on a down market we are in position to give our customers the

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

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

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ONLY TO U. S. Paris.-Captain Edmond Thery -
Tampa.-Large and enthusiastic at- widely known as an economist, estimates :
tendance is anticipated at the conference Battle Creek, \tich.-C. E. Kolb, that the total military expenditures -i:
I: of mayors of Florida municipalities president fo a local manufacturingconcern for the first year of the war ;:
which is to be held here June 10. has refused an order from a will be 810,000,000,000 for the seven '-
Definite acceptances have been re- European government for shrapnel allies, $7,400,000,000 for Germany -I':
cr A N from the following: shells. The order, if accepted would Austria and Turkey. This :
Biering, Bradentown; CharlesI amount to about $3,000 a day for an I makes an average of $48,400,000 a I THE Bill STORE
L Palmetto; A. B. Edwards indefinite period. day or $2,000,000 an hour. ;
SalRota; A. C. Thomas Cottnndale;
N. B. Borden Fernandina; R. White,
Fort Pierce; J. R. Jeffries Clearwater -
; Frank II. Davis, Apopka; O. ){. KpTR.
Eaton, Lakeland; John W. Watson
Miami; M. D. Carmichael, West Palm
Beach; Charles II. Barr, Auburndale;
J. B. McDonald Stuart; A. T. Bige- A .ww r t rN r

low, Seabreeze; D. Stuart Gillis, De-
Funiak Springs; W. L. Weaver, Per- r

ry; Wm. II. Meyer, South Jackson- Our Men's
ville; Wm. F. Colley, Ormond; S. M. r is DepartmentClothes

Booth, Interlachen; H. VonXovszky,

Melrose. .{
'- ITALIAN CITIZENS IN NEW YORK To the BusinessMen No. 5 for young men the greatest of Cloth-
t ingdom's new fashion achievements deep notch
of OrlandoThe
New York.-A call to Italian citi-
zens and American citizens of Italian collar, bull dog lapels, full soft roll!' narrow shoulders -
prosperity of a city is in direct proportion to the local pride.
tk birth to enroll here for service in the Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Such 9' in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles
Italian army was published in the live and do business in.
town is a good place to :
shown. We have them, in prices to suit all
newspapers of that language here to- Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of :
day. It was signed by G. Fara Forne, prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new,inviting purses.
Italian consul, general, and was addressed look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes 4 Kuppenheimer Clothes are the best we can
to men between 19 and 29, in feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the :
elusive. direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the sell, and the best you can buy, at prices you can
Italian military law holds that all paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. : afford.
men of Italian birth in this country r
Our line of Summer Shirts in silk, madras and
are subject to call for service, regard- j jT
less of whether they have taken out Dutch Boy AtKntic White Lead \\ percales are all that make the hot days pleasant.

citizenship papers in the United : \ Prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00.SOME .
States. Penalty for refusal to obey 1' ,
the call is imprisonment in the eventof mixed with Dutch Boy linseed oil is the paint of quality and always has been. :
a later return to Italy.It Lasting and economical. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your .
dealer today. : men may be
was estimated there are 125,000 .
Italians of military age in this city. : to style in

More than 4,000 already have en- .. shirts, but no man can well ''
be indifferent to fit. An


Wallace Robertson, station agent of 1
Cazenovia, was mourning his pet rat r
terrier as dead, strayed or stolen May be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction, Booksof /A14q
when on Tuesday another dog pawingand Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty books Li

sniffing around a partly filled hole made for gift purposes. We also have special CongratulationCards is always as appropriate to .J .J ( II
that had evidently been the domicile
of rabbits, led to the discovery of the for sending to graduates, either separately or to accompany the wearer as it is to the ; 9 t ;

pup imprisoned in the hole. Just one other gifts. 5c. lOc. and 15c. each. occasion. '\4'
Week before, the dog had disappearedand 'l w t
Made\ in : '' i
no trace of him could be found. W. S, BRANCH every It
The only explanation seems to be r whiteror color fast. +.
that the dog went burrowing in the
$1.50 and $2.00 ,
hole in pursuit of a rabbit and that ?
in his diligence he soon had motr dirt r I /
than he could handle and was blocked i I.I Trousers i f
Palm Beach Suits, flannel and serge .
fore and aft. The dog was little the The Orlando Meat Market '
worse for his long fast.-Ex. in plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appre- :

T. A. YANCY Manager ciate these without seeing them. Let us show you. !f4
Straw and Panama Hats, Caps, Underwear i
MORE TO CONDUCT WAR Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice : Sox, Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts, in

Tokio.-Minister of Finance Wakat- Florida and Western Meats fact, all lines that go to make a :Men's Shop com i
suki announced to parliament yester- 1< ,r r
day that the supplemental budget Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. plete. t
would call for $26,000,000 which .
would be used for the creation of two Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders We Have Them .
new army divisions, naval construction I .
/ Business '135 P. O. BOX 226
educational, industrial and har- PHONES COPYRIGHT 1914
bor works. The allotment for the \Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.NOW'S A look from you will be appreciated. THE:NOOSE OF NUCPENNEIMER'

navy is $6,000,000 but no details were
given as to the purposes for which it
would be used. A request was made I j
for $5,500,000 to conduct the war for
the next five months, and $2,500,000for Our Shoe
war incidentals.The THE TIMEto
finance minister told the diet
war expenditures up to the present
get ready for the rainy
time had been approximately $50,000000. ,- season. is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in serVice style and

footwear continue to
Don't let your feet or annoy you.
and after May 31, 1915, the $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the com-

undersigned barber shops will close at fort, service and style of our Shoes mean real economy.
7 o'clock p. m., except Saturdays.
Standard Barber Shop. PioneerCORNER Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to
Gem Barber Shop.J. .
B. Harris.R. visit us, and the assurance of our most careful attention.

.. W.P. Jackson.Bird.A. COURT AND PINE STREETS Shoes bought at the Big Store will make good, or be made good by us.

Royal Palm Barber Shop. Come now and see the styles of the times in Ladies, Men's and Children's footwear.
Arcade Barber Shop. 5-22-6tc


This store deals with its patrons on the principlethat

its success will be in proportion to the satisfactionit .

delivers. Whether your purchase be a Kuppen
I heimer garment or the smallest wardrobe essential

I 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 wants in
your every- our own guarantee.

thing to eat and wear. New things ,,I

and good things always, Give us..

a trial. _

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DAILY BUM Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Daytona body, dead because of neglect of the t::

I Palm Beach, and Miami must feel principles of public healthDDlTIOXAL ?

; South Florida Sentinel INKLINGS greatly pleased over the result of the

MORNING AND WEEKLY VICTOR HUGO Dixie Highway Commission in routingthe .\ LOCALSMr.

r.,11:. GLENN .... ...........-... ..Editor highway via East Coast! What a
'. W C. ESSINGTON ., .Bo hi"i Mmn jr Victor Hugo wrote as one who un-
derstands the human heart and seeksto real pleasure those cities must feel and Mrs. Al. Holden returnedto
Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Flor- over the result. One representative Orlando yesterday afternoon from
the soul. In Les Misera-
ida as Second Clan MaU Matter. penetrate
battle for points in the south, where they have
bles he paints a fine picture of Bishop at Chattanooga to a cause been spending some time.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES that all "cut and dried." Those
Daily 1 Year ........................ W-00 Bienvenu. In his travels the Bishop I
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 meets with all classes in the masses, East Coast towns must have a superb Brick is being placed on both sides OUR SHOfS
Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 idea of their as fighters!! I ,
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .** he bestows a thousand kindnesses prowess of the Atlantic Coast Line passenger I
On the other hand, Central Florida
Weekly. 1 Year ... ................... $1-00 upon the poor people and in manyways depot preparatory to paving those
went to Chattanooga, battled for a
PAYABLE IN elevates and assists humanity.One thoroughfares.Mrs. _
ADVANCETO day in the course of his duties representative route and temporarily

TO ADVERTISERS; the bishop was called to the side of a lost. They returned to Florida smiling Frank Trappe returned yesterday -
and defeated. Now \Ve have turned our stock over five
happy though afternoon from Atlantahere
criminal who was doomed to the guillotine -
Copy for display and all other hand-set they are rallying to the colors and a she has been for several weeks. She
for theman's times since started just fourteen
advertising mint be hande In at the holiness The bishop prayed we
office'of the, Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... monster meeting will be held in Orlando \vas accompanied by her daughter,
the day before publication. This role applies soul; and the bloody knife ofth'e Mrs R. H. Cowan and her little months ago.Ve haven't a pair of shoesin
June 10. There will be
to chances for contract advertising; it is scaffold executed him. The kill- a route daughter, who have come to spend a
variable and will be strictly adhered to. ing depressed the bishop for many through Central Florida that will beas couple of weeks. stock now that we had then. There's

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d con- weeks. much a segment of the Dixie highway a reason, of course and one not very hardto
tinned'sbould notify the office in writing. on as the East Coast route, and Messrs. E. C. Hoskins and R. B.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Hugo throws into the story some
continued at the regular subscription rates superb language, as: "The scaffold is when it is won there will be genuine Brossier, representing the Orlando find. Types of leather absolutely

until Telephone notice Nemb-r to stop .is..received................... 24 the accomplice of the executioner; it satisfaction over the victory, and no Board of Trade, went to Tampa yesterday best styles absolutely the latest and last .'
veneered self satisfaction and bigoted afternoon to attend a meetingof ;:
devours, it eats flesh, it drinks blood"In but able to fit comprehensively -
MAY 26 1915.; not least being .
WEDNESDAY, I a way the passage characterizesthe egotism over something won that was the get-together-movement of the

fearful maddening slaughter in not justified. boards of trade in Florida.Mr. any form of foot.

Down with the temperature! Europe. Modernized warfare devours, -- -- Can you wonder at the phenominal pop-
o WISDOM TEETHRepresentative : Jonas Versailles, a retired bus- ..
eats and drinks the life of nations .
that what the ; iness man of Cincinnati, arrived in ularity of these two departments Ladies
The old saying pea
Griffin did wise
civilization falters before the rushing a Orlando yesterday intending to remain -
pIe want they will have, especially turbulent slaughter of crazed thing when he attached a referendum for an extended visit. lie is here and Men's?

where the referendum furnishes a crowned heads. Death in Europe is clause to the publicity tax bill for for his health which has become some-

weapon, is true. very common these days. A human Orlando. The Board of Trade represents what impaired, and his'physician rec-
ommended a year in Florida, wherehe
o- life is so much flesh and bones. Thereis Orlando, yet there are several could be out in the open. lie expects -
Gossip is born of idleness and idle- little thought of the soul. thousand individuals who would like a to go over to the coast the first

ness is born of indolence, than which This wanton destruction of millionsof voice on the question. "Sam" knew of the week.

there is no worse enemy of mankindor lives again recalls Hugo's wordsas what he was doing when he took that In the Ladies' ShoeDepartment
:Mrs. K. Grundel and daughter, Miss
'. -- womankind. given to the bishop, who is brood- precautionary measure. He is a representative Sophie left yesterday afternoon for

0 ing over the death of his criminal of the people; the people New York where they will spend a

Living example of the fable' of the friend on the scaffold. "I did not placed him in the legislature; and the week or two and then go to their
dog who had a bone between his jaws summer home in Lowell, Mass :Miss
think that it was so monstrous. people always want a voice in public
Sophia is one of the popular stenogra- We feature exclush'ely-
reflection in the water!
and saw his Death belongs to God alone. By what affairs these days, whether the issue phers in the office of Mr. S. J. Sligh

One guess! Sure-Italy! right do men touch that unknown involved is great or small. and has many friends in Orlando who J. T. COUSINS
o will give her and Mrs. Grundel a
thing? And Hugo adds: "In course --0--
Love sickness may be temporarilycured warm welcome upon their return in KRIPPENDORF & DITTMAXN
of time
these impressions weakenedand LESSON IN RESPONSIBILITY the falL
by absent treatment, but mar- probably vanished. Neverthelessit There are always problems facing a THE NATHAN D. DODGE.
riage is said to be the only infalliblecure
was observed that the bishop city-that is, a city like Orlando, Guests registering at the San Juan
says the pointed paragrapher. thenceforth avoided passing the placeof which is progressive and desires tobe hotel yesterday included E. R. Feagin,
o Atlanta; H. P. Pulling, Charlotte;
execution. > in the forefront of advancement.A .
}, The war costs England $150 every Sampson Levy, New Orleans; B. E.
-- -- 'little story comes to the Sentinel Morrill, T. S. lIatsfield. H. B. Good-
second, according to a London official.If TilE U. S. M.Letters .- which runs along in this vein: A man rich, V. V. Sharpe, C. W. Huggins, H. In the Men's ShoeDepartment .1

only governments could stop the and communications that conducted a butcher shop in the northeast C. Allen, Tampa; R. D. White, Al-
clock, as legislatures do just before bany; P.1.. Knight, O. Y. Elder, M. I
the hour of adjournment. come to an editor's desk are weird, portion of the city last year, Smith, T. S. Raace, L. C. Mann, Jacksonville
varied, amusing and decidedly inter- within the corporate limits. lIe butchered ; A. A. Branmore, Richmond;

o esting. and he butchered, and after he Frank Zills, Chicago; C. E. Grote,
Constant smoker died in Massachusetts Chattanooga; C. C. Hudson Daytona,
Every day a letter comes from Cin- butchered hogs and beeves and other
the other day at the age of 102. and F. J. Gonzalez Sanford.Mr. \Ve featrue excIusiyely-
cinnati. Half of the envelope is dec- animals he moved from Orlando to
Poor fellow! Why didn't he smoke
orated in red ink and reads: some other city. But when he movedhe and Mrs. R. L. Edwards, of JOHNSON & MURPHY
and the of
Tampa cigars
age "Publicity department, National did not take with him the reekingrot Philadelphia, Pa., who are making a
Methuseleh' ?Tampa Times. Or Or- C.II. ALDENJ.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Associa- of his butchering The study of conditions in Florida duringthe
lando cigars! pen. pen so-called heated term, arrived in
0 tion, 301 United Bank Building, Cincinnati was on a knoll, and drainage from the i Orlando yesterday afternoon from the S. FRENCH

O. 'The Other Side. News-, pen ran down the side of the hill intoa southern part of the state. They were
Hotels and houses will in
boarding delight d with this of the
immediate. hollow or "sink." There was a well part coun-
future be protected from deadbeats try. Only in a very few places did
Don't read it. The letter is the us- in the neighborhood. Residents drank
according to the provisions of a bill they find any mosquitoes to mount tom"thing
ual stereotyped wet goods stuff at- the water from the well. Now if any and other insects too insignificant .
that has passed both houses of the
tempting to find flaws in prohibition lives are lost by the disease thus to mention. They will come A Refund for the
legislature. Why can not some legis-
down this in the fall
literature. Throw it in the W. B spread who will be held responsible? way a partyof
lator introduce law to friends.
a protect news-
without further parley and save your All rubbish, garbage, debris, excre-
from deadbeats-Sarasota
papers MenThe
eyesight. 'ment, and filth should be totally and
RICHMOND P. HOBSON absolutely destroyed. One of the best

a The next letter is "The Truth About : methods to destroy refuse is to burn, WANTED-GIRL to stay in office
Some of the
legislators and representatives Alcohol"-a speech by Congressman :burn until the hungry flames lick up mornin s. Will pay moderate wa es. popularity of refunding ONE DOLLAR

Tallahassee of the plain fine pee-pul little at Ilobson Now Hobson has his ene- every germ of disease. Orlando is Address Box 341.. 5-26-3t of the purchase price on Men's
are pipe
mies and his friends. lIe is
more or big enough to have an incineration
dreams lon't wake them Donean FOR RENT Six room and bath furnished -
-< up less Shoes over the amount of $-1.00 exceededour
of a flashlight, a sensationalistand plant. Why not install one? Public bungalow. Apply at Orlando

would obliterate home taxation a spotlight artist, but in his health is an issue. That is one rea- Paint and Wall Paper Co. 5-2G-Jtc: expectations on Saturday. 1
and another solon would pension "old
speech are a few kernals that give son the Sentinel publishes the health
teachers." Who will introduce a bill WANTED-One first class mule for "WE'LL CONTINUE THE REFUND FOR
food for thought. letters dispatched by Jos. W. Porter, farm. State price, size, and condition -
for uniform sizes of One item in the speech is a sentence of the State Board of Health. To Address Box 553. Orlando, Fla THE WHOLE OF THE WEEK"l1iIfl

-O that Gladstone, the great British safeguard the health of a growing 3-2
Will a state printing plant get rid statesman, is reported to have said: city like Orlando is even more impor-

of the "printing graft?" :Maybe not, "Do not speak to me about the reve- I tant than a new Board of Trade building -A furnished house of 6 or 'J
7 rooms, by the Large yard
but of the printing craft
some may a'
nues from strong drink. Give me new parks, better streets, or a preferred. Address C. P., care the .
graft. Or to be a "devil" in the state people who do not squander their sub- new city hall or postoffice building. Sentinel. 5-26-tf

plant a boy may have to be a cousinto stance in strong drink and I will find Imperil the lives of the Orlando population !iiii I

a friend of a friend who marrieda an easy and ready means of raisingthe and you fill the cemetery. and LOST-Hand bag and contents, be- IIIIllhIIIIIjtIllhtllIll! !
sister-in-law of a farmer county tween Orlando and Clay Springs.
( necessary revenue for carrying on how can a city grow when the under- Return to F. A. Lewter and get re Hlr
commissioner who was a brother to "
the government. takers lay to peaceful rest a diseased ward. 5-26-2tc 1 (III
the late representative from the In the fight for temperance Great I j OSEI

: district. Britain might well look to the words 14

o of Gladstone. Internal dissension in I b II

THE DAILY England was caused largely by labor I l' al
troubles. Ammunition of a high ex-
man that was taken out for a
plosive nature needed
was at Ypres,
ride in a Ford thought that it looked and not possessing this the British U-\ .

smaller than any Ford he had ever forces submitted to a defeat. Kitch- l :

seen and after puzzling over it in silence ener was abused by the Northcliffepress (I(1n114111yt(

for a long time finally spoke and public opinion in England .

about it and the owner of the car was given an excuse for outlet. But

said: "Yes, it is a little smaller than booze and the workingmen do not t 4 111/ J

the rest of 'em, y'see, the mother of mingle' any better in the shipyardsand

this one was scared by a motorycy- ,' ammunition factories of Great

cle."Clearwater Sun. Britain than they do in the operative

o side; of the American railroads. I FOR RENT AND
GOOD THINGS ABOUT SALEE The necessity of a hose combining dur-
Then the honorable Richard inserts
ORLANDO FROM "When the great Titanic sank in E ability and quality is now recognized byeveryone.

ILLINOIS NEWSPAPER. mid-ocean with her precious cargo In the EVERWEAR HOSE you

(Centralia, I1L Evening SentineL) and shocked the whole world, she car- The Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America obtain not only a article of standard merit .
Little beds of flowers
Little cans of paint. ried down less than 1,600 souls. Alcohol Street. Lot G7V x332. House is modern and contains but a positive assurance of relief from

Making homes attractive, carries down to a premature further hose .
comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
seven rooms
Out of them that ain't. grave every day more than 2,000 ; M ,
Our new stock includes the latest shades
Monday-Front yard day. American souls." bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.

Tuesday and Wednesday-Backyard Which could be brought up to date and weights for men women and children.

days by allusion to the 1,300 lives lost on i Try a pair and be convinced of the superior

f Thursday-Parking day. the Lusitania. merit of this hose.DICKSQN1VES.

i Friday-Paint and whitewash day. And then the speech is interesting, I

The above is taken from the advertisement for it records the yeas and nays of

for "clean-up" week at Or- congressmen on the question of the i\

lando, a Florida city with two titles-- constitutional amendment for prohi- S.Y.WAYInsurance

"The Venice of America" and "The bition. Among the nays we find such

City lit autiful." The first because familiar names as Gardner, Mann,

there are seventeen lakes inside the Underwood; Sabath, Heflin, Gray, i

corporation the second on account of Blackmon. Dent, Witherspoon, and and Real Estate Agent N [ CO. .j;

the beautiful homes, and lawns, the others who may have had "a rea- '

fine drives and walks. They have just son." 1 !

voted $600,000 bonds for good roads --0- PHONE 172 I

leading into the city, and they already PRIDE IN WINNING- I
had several out a short way. City is HOW proud a person is who dons

spending $200,000 for three new his fighting clothes goes after a proposition I .. .. 1 I

.' churches. It is the home of Z. W. and wins. In a like measure i I

Evans, a former Centralian who is there is a certain pleasure in getting i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE 'I I

'_ now nicely located with a flourishing into a battle, mixing it up, and then The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

business; to him we owe thmiks for a coming out of the fray with a "black"eye i! I of fair dealing of trustworthy merchandise -

drive over the beautiful city. It is in and a damaged nose, knowing i at right prices

part a tourist town, but its regular that one has made a good fight for a I A l

rear round business makes it one of just cause leaving an impression .l ..

* the very best places in the state. though temporarily vanquished. I __



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.C. do high school. The discourse was hall. All members of this order are I
scholarly and eloquent, and the large urgently requested to attend this
/ @rlattbn Surietj audience was unanimous in saying'' meeting as important business is to I I
FAVORTE THEATRE that it had never heard better and, be atetnded to.
perhaps, not so good. Prof. Cox is J1.. Brady, clerk. I l
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I a talented man and an eloquent speaker --0-
on all occasions. ANNOUNCEMENT.Sunny .
oxt 5 SOCIAL CALENDAR GOLF. Admission 5 CentsTODAY'S SOUL South Camp Royal Neighbors -
The handicap committee of the Or- THC SANS CLUBENTERTAINED. of America will meet at the I.
.nesda13): 26. lando Country Club have arranged a I ; O. O. F. hall Wednesday afternoon at
Junior auxiliary, "silver tea," at series of fen golf tournaments to be r..IIIIIIIIIII.II..III Mrs. Josiah Ferris most charmingly :' 2:30 o'clock. All members of this society
Chapter House.Commencement played during the months of June, PROGRAM entertained the members of the as well as visiting members are
exercises Cathedral July, August and September, the Sans Souci Club last evening at progressive I i requested to attend this meeting.
games to be played on the first and GRANDTODAY Thanhouser. "The Shoplifter. "five hundred" her homeon -
school. Cluett Hall.
third Thursdays of the above named K. B. "The Famine. Lake street. The gentlemen were i, soclEnXOTES
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Davis
hostess. months and the two extra tourna- Komic." Comedy, "Cupid and the also present and added to the general !OF INTEREST.

Annie Coleman Chapter U. D. C. ments to be held on the Fourth of Pest. pleasure of the evening. Twentyseven -1 The Rosalind: Club will close the
July and Labor Day. Keystone. Comedy, "Too Many were present. The interior of the i season with a one o'clock luncheon on
Rosalind Club Thursday, luncheon, May, 27.1 o'clock. The committee has decided to Brides," with Ford Sterling.Mr. house was prettily decorated in cut i Thursday, only members attending
Kit Kare Klub, with Mrs. Gore, 3 i charge an entrance fee of $10 for the flowers. Neapolitan ice cream and i this: annual affair. The chairman of
ten tournaments and to divide the en- cake was served by the hostess.ANNOUNCEMENT. the ho"'pitalitcommittee: ; i" Mrs.Forenee .
South street. : and Mrs. II. II. Williams, who
Club dance. trance money into fifty, thirty and : Hudson, and a delightful
Country subscription have been
the winter and
twenty per cent in buying prizes for menu may IH expected.
--0- spring season at their home in \Vin-
the winners. No. IH0.4 Modern --0-
Camp Woodmen
GENERAL FEDERATIONOF Special tournaments for the ladies "DISTILLED SPIRITS"A dermere, were in Orlando yesterdayen of America will hold its regular meet- )li># Roberta Branch? i> eMttvtain-
WOMEN'S CLUBS. route to Wauseon, Ohio, where
have been arranged and also mixed Wednesday night at the I. O. O. F. i Continued on page 8))
will .
Preparations are already under way ladies' and gentlemen's four ball Mina Comedy. they spend the summer.'OSTEOPATHY
for the next biennial convention of matches will be played. -- -----

the General Federation of Women's The committee would like to have I L- I- mmm. .. AS JI
Clubs, which is to be held in New all golfers join in these summer tour- IF: 9JC
York City, May, 1C 11. It takes a year naments and is making especial ef- "OUT OF THE STORM"A "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
t to prepare for the convention, which forts to see all those interested, and
is one of the largest and most repre- those who wish to join can get their Lubin Drama."WINNING '
sentative gatherings of women in the names on the list and find out the par- DR. J. c. hOWELL -
world. ticulars of these tournaments by calling Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon 1
Its convening may be likened in importance on Mr. J. B. Barnes at the Yowell- Kirksville Graduate
1 to that of the congress of Duckworth building. THE OLD lIANOVER" Consultation Free Di I
the United States; laws that the lat '
-0- Office Cheney} Block Opp. San Juan
ter body passes not infrequently have ABOUT -.
their original source in this body of SUFFRAGE. HoteL c- ;1-

women, who propose and debate them Speaking before an audience of A Biograph Comedy. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
and then educate the public to de- suffragists in Atlanta, :Mr. Leonard J. Orlando Fla ?
mand them. It is expected that there Grossman said: "Suffrage is a Southern f-/
will be about six thousand delegates institution. Suffragists the na-
and alternates at the next federation tion over are? glad that a Confederate THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCEAn -- ". / [1
meeting. soldier will be the next governor of -- >
The attendance at the biennials has Georgia. He has signified his willingness Edison Drama. i I;

greatly increased since the first. Mrs. to sign a suffrage bill, and why? LucerneTODAY --[ -- .il..
William Grant Brown, one of the most Because Georgia's next --S.:: j ...
active and widely known club womenin governor
knows the first legislature to ever en-
the United States has opened head- franchise American women was com- FOUR GOOD PICTURES TABLE SILVERWARE 0
quarters in the Waldorf as director of posed of and dominated
by his old
... the boards, and is preparing the I comrades in arms-the Confederate in chests for presentation purposes,
accommodation of from 12,000 to 20- I(I soldiers from the left wjng; of Gen- or silver tea sets, odd pieces, etc., all
000 women she believes will attend eral Price's arm-who willingly gave of the latest designs and best qualityare
the convention.The the vote to their wives and mothersin "O'GARRY OF ROYAL on display our store and we invite -
delegates will be the guests of Wyoming forty-six 5 cents 10 cents you to come and examine these
the New York City federation of So- "The Confederate soldier years is ago.so ob- MOUNTED"A articles. They are really works of
rosis and the New York State Federa- viously the father of suffrage in this art and yet most moderately priced.
tion of Women's Clubs. The meeting country that this fact, when known,
will be held in the Hippodrome, as Vitagraph Special BroadwayStar
will have a peculiar significance in & CO. JEWELERS.
that building has the greatest seating f1
Georgia's attitude toward this
cause, Special Feature in three
capacity of hall in New York.
any first "
championed by the old soldiers. .
Mrs. Brown has served as presi-1 .OJl. JI
dent of many clubs, and has been G. A. R. MEMORIAL Big ,
president of the New York City Fed- SERVICES.
eration. She is founder of the Salva- STEP BY STEP
1 Sunday, May 30, 2:30 P. M.
tion Army Rescue Home and other or- "WHEN
at Cemetery.U. INTER have climbed
we in the paint business
ganizations that have succeeded.The .
S. Grant Post No. 10, G. A. R.
last biennial was held in Chi- will hold memorial services at the Or- FERED" j jI until now we are at the top. Hard
cago. San Francisco and Cincinnati lando cemetery, Sunday, May 30. I work, honest prices, fair dealing and
have also entertained the biennial. :Members: of the Post and Relief A Lubin Comedy. pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have

--0-- Corps, visiting comrades and freinds, iAN I contributed to our success. Every
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL will meet at Mayor Sperry's residenceon
article you purchase from us is backed
CLASS DAY EXERCISES. Pine street at 2 p. m. Carriages
Cluett Hall was filled to capacity will leave for the. cemetery at 2:30 EXCEPTIONAL SHOW by our personal guarantee. Just
last night by the large number who sharp. name your wants and leave the rest
attended the class day exercises of the lIon. W. R. O'Neal will deliver an OUSE to us.
seniors. The program, which is given address. ROOf GARDENs
below, was well carried out and the Flowers can be left at Mr. Sperry's FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS P4IIJ Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
numbers showed much hard work and from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. All who can ui/
training.The do so are requested to contribute, as BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL 205 S. Orange Avenue:
essays were all humorous and about eighty graves Confederate and
the characteristics of each memberof Federal, are to be decorated. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
the class were shown up thoroughly Carriages will be furnished to carry
those not otherwise provided for to
The whole program was well pre- the cemetery. ..
pared and faultlessly rendered and By order of Post Commander.
reflects great credit on the pupils as --
well as on the teachers who have A WORD FORMISSIONS. "NABBED"

worked so hard to make it the success FRANK__A.._CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
it was.Following. Mrs S. E. Ives' Sunday school classof A Thrilling Police Drama, come -
is the program: young ladies will entertain their
Address of welcome, Marian Braly. friends at a "poverty soshul" to b plete in 2 parts. Established 1886
Introductions. Jane Greene. given in the church parlors next Fri
Class song, the Class. day evening. A delightful literary
Class poem, :Marian Jones. and musical program will*be renderejand
Presentations, Marian Jones Ber refreshments will be served. Everybody
tha Heulsenkamp.' : will "ware poverty clothes CURTIS
Class history, Marguerite Hodgson. and will be fined if they ware eny A Financial Drama. O'NEALINSURANCE
Vocal duet, Alice Braly, Marian: fixins or frillins. Enybody ketched
Braly. laffin at other folks' close will be
) Presentation to the Juniors, Marian scolded some by the jedge. A aetin

Braly. Kommitty will introduse eny bashful "CY PERKINS IN THE LOANS
Class folks and will CITY ,
prophecy, Alice Braly. see that thare aint no
Presentation of picture, Ella Siemens. flurtin. No fancy hare pins nor silk OF DELUSION" ,
tys can be worn to this soshuL"HIG
Last will and testament, Nina Phil --0- Joker Comedy. RE \L ESTATE RENTALS
song the Class. COMMENCEMENT
Class motto: "Non sibi, sed omnibus LAST NIGHT.
." E. W. Cox, one of the professors at
Class colors: Green and white. the Florida University, Gainesville, Gents Silk Shirt given away at

Class flowers: White rose, aspara who has been attending the exercisesat nine o'clock.
gus fern. Rollins College, Winter Park ar
Class yell: "Rick, go rack, go rack, rived in Orlando yesterday, and last
go rack; 1915 is on the track; Green night delivered the commencement ad
and white. green and white Seniors! dress at the opera house to the Orlan- For Sale
Seniors! We're all right." ( Continued in fifth column.' ) I
10 cents 5 cents

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

We have theRequisites Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

$4500.00. A bargain.



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cloth at moderate cost.

BUTTER MILK This will effectively keep out flies,

hAIL Fresh Every Day.: and other
gnats, mosquitoes insects
oc. per glass

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J1' 25c. per gallon


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Our BeautifiersRemember

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when it falls; USE REXAL 93 HAIR TOXIC. 50c. and $1.00. AND CAKESARCADEMILK the Corner

We have the most complete line of Skin Creams, Powder: and I .

Beautifiers, absolutely harmless. I

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; Lake Site SENTINEL LOST-A containing small$5 bill black and velvet some purse small, UInber9, La1:11s and SiiinbiesRrANDO 1

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

LOST; One bicycle wheel, between
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus
Morning Sentinel Want line. 5-13-tf
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. LOST-A garden plow and hoe, last ( ) 4
Real Bargains Friday afternoon on East Amelia
Term Cash in Advance. avenue. Please notify Mr. A. T. An-
derson, 306 West Concord avenue.

136 acres with beautiful fron- One Day RATESFor _____________25t 5-25-3t Cement Plaster and
Royal Perfection
tage on two lakes. Knock Out. For Three Daya ___________50e RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Agattte Lime
For Six Days ______________75c -_
f 15 per acre. For One Month ____________$2.50 .
This rate applies on all ads of Located in the Arcade BuildingAll I

60 acres, mile off brick road. 25 words or less. If the ad con- work guaranteed and neat-
tains more than 25 words the rate ly done. Our work is the best
Over 1500 feet lake shore. will be one cent per word for
and the lowest.
each additional word for each in- our prices are
$20.00 per acre. sertion. < i This is the place to have your
If can't bring ad to old clothes made
you your new.
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
counts opened by telephone will be cleaned GAS IS TIE FUEL[ OF NO

payable the following day. dry pressed ---,-pressed60c.Suit ----_____40c.. mSAPPOINTMfNTSI

Every Home-Every Business- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

Every Man has use for a ___ _
pressed 50c I
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Sentinel Want Ad. -------
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus
Wttklns Block PHONE 104
FOR SALE a trial and be convinced.
Clothes called for and delivered.
FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, i O
FOR 90 DAYSYou 5 passenger, in good condition; extra I
equipment; extra tire; exceptional Phone 613. You can be sure you will never be disappointed by
value, Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
can buy foundation -8-lmoc your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS

stone building blocks side- Get the news in the Sentinel first. RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control, it

walk tile, or anything In my FOR thoroughly SALE-overhauled Hupmobile, Al runabout condi-, may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of

line at reduced. Call around tion. Object of selling, to buy larger Dr. S. S. Jones bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out
and let mesurprise you on car. Address Hup, care Sentinel.
prices. -25-3t I just right. .

CHIROPRACTOR AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you need

F. D. GORE, Six FOR room SALE-A house and BARGAIN one extra lot I I graduate 18 Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, 17 and it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal) dust, sootor
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. adjoining, 66x140; near in; house in 209. Intelligent people everywhereare ; ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.
good repair. Price $1,000, cash
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. terms. Worth looking into. Fred or B. practic being adjustments restored to, the health new by scienceof chiro- You will be interested in knowing all the improve-

Dale opp. San Juan hotel. 5-23-6tc removing the cause of disease. Examination ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic

I A clean nice cash business for a free. 12-24-1mo lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man

lustier, on easy terms; requires only to explain.ORLANDO.
small cash payment, balance to suit DoctorsBtickiimsler
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER -9-tf & Brundage I

Office corner Orange Avenue and'Jhurch FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story

St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., cottage, seven rooms and bath, OSTEOPATHS
modern conveniences, roomy porches, Personal instruction under Dr. Still I ..
Phone 419.
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. at Kirksville, :Mo.

-23-tf 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples 1
FOR RENT National Bank. Phone 578. I

Peaches Green -
FOR RENT-One nice, cool,furnishedroom PHONE 646 WATER & LIGHT CO
Corn Fresh cheap, for the summer; ladies
it nly.523-6t'Apply 206 East Church. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

Tomatoes GAS DEPARTMENTService
FOR RENT-Room, 14x28 feet,
suitable for paint, plumb, or car-
r We carry a full line 1)er.ter snp. Central. Inquire of BARNARD & SON
Co-operative Produce Co., 10 East 17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla.
of Fresh Vegetables.Call .
,Church St. 5-25-3tc 12-10-lm
and look them
i FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
i Yancey. 3-28-tfc Orlando Wood YardRemoved 9 .

buy, sell rent, and exchange real from Pine St. two blocks j r.
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Comb Honey over 30 years. Have handled over north on.Railroad, west end Wash-
20000000. Call and see me. St. of Veneer Cores
ington Plenty
Strictly Fresh Eggs 0-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. will Service will
at all times. IT
Start PHilp STII1I'l1 W tPll Start
Jams and Jellies May;: lOth U May 10th

Olives and Pickles POSITION experienced WANTED-At young lady stenogra-once, by B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE

pher-bookkeeper. Best of references. .
J Address, giving particulars, S-B.. care 344
i Sentinel. 5-21-6t
; CARUTHERS & GORE In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

WANTED-To rent house by the ---- --------
r. year. Must be modern, have sleeping specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands

New Modern G porch, about five or six rooms,and service in this line and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to
: Grocery must be well located, close in. State
location and rent in answer. Address DON'T WORRY the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs located on Or-
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf
? Phone 200 lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
WANTED-White and general house woman work;good must cook be Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

6 and 8 East Pine St. capable. Will give good wages and If you are disappointedabout COOLER Free of Charge.
home to right party. Call or address
II. McDaniel, 801 Magnolia ave getting a new Easter Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon.No .
nue. 5-23-3t Suit we can put your

WANTED POSITION-A young man old one in good condi-
$16.60 having fifteen years experience in tion for just such occas deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.AvizsIs.
department stores desires position
where ability and merit would war- icns.
rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf

at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf THOMAS R. BAKER Ph.D. f
Dry Cleaning
Rollins College, Florida.
TO ECHANGE-For. house _and lot Steam Cleaning
m Orlando, 'lake front, 1 mile from i Winter Park Florida, April 19, 1915H.
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 !I Pressing and Repairing Orlando Florida.
And Return set acres to unimproved budded trees; extra two years good ago land.; 3 I! Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
VIA Cut Flowers
Umbrellas recovered and repaired SPRING WATER
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Atlantic Coast LineStandard Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc COLOR ________________________. _____Clear.REACTION .

and Plants : __________________,_____________Neutral

TRACY & MOpRE, CARPENTERSHouse FREE AMONIA _____________________-______None.
Railroad of the South repairs of all kinds done ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ______________None.

promptly screen doors; repairing and windows! of leaky a specialty roofs;; Floral Designs CHLORIDE _______________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.

Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd .1 garages, office fixtures; window and TOTAL SOLIDS ___________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.

door frames made to order. Get our NITRATES ______________________________Trace ... {
Final limit by extension June 30 prices. will 18 East Church street. A HARDNESS __-_________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
postal bring us. 5-16-lmo
Stop-Overs Side Trips The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free ammonia -

Variable Routes ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale .lie! Dell Florist.J. albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
for Miss Kate
SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30 Ronson,commencement.Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t of the body.
For reservations call on The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small

D. ,,. WHITE, D. T. A. PURE LEIONADEIade from M. CARUTHERSPhone amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
choice lemons; the kind Sheppardused quality.
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A to make. For sale by G.1.. 509. 408 South Lake St.
its softness less than onefourthof
A very desirable feature ol tnis spring wager is containing
Cooley, opposite Dann's Transfer, W.
OrlandoDR. Church street. 5-22-6t the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and

--- just about enough as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
Special-Lover's Delight at llcEIroy's -
the body. Yours respectfully
(Signed) TKO: ... BAKER ,

DO YOU WANT a wedding present? 375
See the hand painted china in Dick- I
9 scm-Ives' window, painted by Miss West Jefferson Street .
Echols, 505 South Main. 5-25-3tc I
Parfait 15c. today special, at Mc-
L H. RAMSDELl Elroy's Pharmacy. 5-25-3tc Hand Wood CompanyWood I
OPTOMETRIST GET OUT on the porch and enjoy of All Kinds I
ORLANDO, yourself while live swinging in
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Tracy an easy& :Moore's porch swing.18 East Get Church one St.at PROMPT SERVICE \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444r

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Only $2.50. Come and look at them. REASONABLE PRICE*


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Report of Committees
Mrs. S. H. Mallory Mrs. Geo. Banschback 1915-1916 Announcementso
PROG RAM.FOR 1915-1916 Mrs. A. R. Bogue Miss Josephine MalloryMrs. flag, 0 country, 0 heroes brave and Election to :Membershiptrue

CALENDAR FOR 1915-1916 W. S. Branch Mrs. J. S. McEwan Unfinished Business
Mrs. F. R. Bridges Miss MabeMe O'Neal What furnace fires what love what New Business
October A l Mrs. C. B. Bailey Mrs. W. R. O'Neal sacrifice made you! Adjournment
Host< :rs A. B. Whitman. Mrs. J. M. Cheney Miss Harriett Parkhill He honors you who holds himself a t
dal Legislative Work of Geo. Washington, John -
Mrs. M. W. Crossley Miss Agnes Person man,
dams, Thos. Jefferson, James Madison. his God he's American. IX MEMORIAM
Mrs. C. P. Dow Mrs. Frank Phillips And thanks an
. Mrs. A. R. Bogue Mrs. Benj. Drew Mrs. Thos. PhillipsMrs. The Rev. J. H. LaRoche There is no death! What seems so Is

"Abigal Adams. A. L. Forde Mrs. W. P. Pillans transition
Mrs. Thos. Phillips
Mrs. Geo. Green Mrs. S. A. Robinson Study Topics: This life of mortal breath
November 6Hostess Mrs. W. R. Harney Mrs. F. X. Schuller Special Legislative Work of the Is but a suburb of the life elysian

: Mrs. P. F. Laubach. Mrs. S. R. Hudson Miss Antoinette Slemons. Different Presidents of the United Whose portal we call death.

"Special Legislative Work of James Monroe, John Mrs. E. T. Jackson Mrs. E. J. Temple States. Longfellow
Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin VanBuren." Mrs. G. C. Kollock Mrs. F. N. Warren Wives of Presidents.
Mrs. J. M. Cheney Mrs. P. F. Laubach Mrs. A. B. Whitman
"Dolly Madison." Mrs. O. P. Likins SPECIAL DAYS :Mrs.: J. T. HendricksMrs.
Mrs S. H. Mallory J. R. :MontagueFEBRUARY :
December 22
4 :Mrs.: J. E. Buxton
Birthday of George Washington
Hostess: Mrs. S. A. Robinson. S. H. Alleman Mrs John Head Mrs. O. L. Packard
'.. "Special Legislative Work of Wm. Henry Harrison, John Miss Charlotte Arter Mrs. Carl T. Jackson MARCH 27
Florida Discovered by Ponce de Leon
Tyler, Jas. Knox Polk, Zachary Taylor." Miss Minnie Arter Mrs. Florence Lewis
Annual Picnic of Chapter OBSERVANCE OF FLAG DAY
r Mrs. A. L. Forde Mrs L. W. Cook Mrs. Robert MacDonaldMrs.
APRIL 19 _
"Elizabeth Monroe." Dora Davis Mrs. O. P. Newton
Mrs. Geo. Banschback Mrs. L. R. Dutton Mrs. Joseph Neill Battle of Lexington Circulars have been mailed broad-
Continental Congress in City of ,
January 1Hosteess Washington cast throughout the United States
NATIONAL OFFICERS calling attention to the observance of
: Mrs. W. R. O'Neal. JUNE 14
the 138th of the
"Special Legislative Work of Millard Fillmore, Frank- President General _____________Mrs. William Cumming Story Flag Day anniversary adoptionof
the Stars and Stripes on Monday,
lin Pierce James Buchanan Abraham Lincoln. Chaplain General _______________________Mrs. Mary Lockwood June 14, 1915. Because of the great
Fillmore." Mrs. A. Whitman Recording Secretary General ___________Mrs. William C. Boyle' PROGRAM COMMITTEE European conflict which daily threat-

"Abigal Mrs. John Head Corresponding Secretary General ________Mrs. Julia C. Burrows 1915-1916 I ens to entangle the United States

Treasurer General ___________________Mrs. Joseph E. Ransdell Mrs. Jackson ![ greater effort is being made this year

..February 5Hostess Registrar General _____________________Miss Grace M. Pearce Mrs. Hudson to create patriotism on that day than
: Mrs. Edward T. Jackson Mrs in previous Petitions have been
"Special Legislative Work of Andrew Johnson, UlyssesS. Historian ____________________________Mrs Willard Angsbury I mailed to President years. Wilson and the

Grant, R. B. Hayes, Jas. A. Garfield." ORDER OF BUSINESS :governors of every state asking them
The Lord's Prayer to announce the day by proclamation.Salute .

- "Lucy Webb Hayes." Mrs. C. B. Bailey Regent, ________________________________Mrs. M. W. Carruth to the Flag I By flying a flag from the porches of
Roll CallMinutes homes it is possible to show much pa-
March 4Hostess Vice Regent _____________________________Mrs. A. T. Bigelow I troitism.

: Mrs. C. P. Dow. Second Vice Regent _____________________Mrs. A. B. Whitman

"Special Legislative Work of Chester A. Arthur, Grover Secretary ______________________-_____Miss Carrie VanKuren NEW YORK AND RETURN

Cleveland and Benjamin Harrison." Treasurer _______________________________lIrs.Vm.. Taylor
Mrs. S. H. Alleman
"Caroline Scott Harrison." OFFICERS
CHAPTER $35.00
Mrs. L. R. Dutton
April 1 Regent _________________________________Mrs. Anna L. Forde

Vice Regent ________________________Mrs. Edward T. Jackson VIA"CLYDE
Hostess: Mrs. F. X. Schuller. .
"Special Legislative Work of Wm. McKinley, Theo Secretary _____________________________Miss :Mabelle: O'Neal

dore Roosevelt, William Taft, Woodrow Wilson. Treasurer _______________________________Mrs. P. F. Laubach LINE"ONLY

Mrs. R. P.: MacDonald Registrar ___-__________________________Mrs. S. II. Mallory:: .

"Frances Folscm Cleveland. Historian ________________________________Mrs. }V. S. Branch DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLE ''
Mrs. Carl Jackson Fare includes meals and stateroom berth

May 6 ADVISORY BOARD Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship

Hostess: Mrs. A. L. Forde. Mrs. Cheney Mrs. Dow Mrs. O'Neal I Final Return Limit October 31st
Annual Meeting-Election of Officers.
Mrs. Forde Miss O'Neal Mrs..Laubach CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
"Mrs. Helen Taft."

Mrs. Geo. Green. SALUTE TO THE FLAG for schedule and further particularsH.

June G. WENZEL Florida Passenger Agent
14 "We the Daughters of the American Revolution, who find
. Hostess: Mrs. S. R. Hudson. rest under thy folds, do pledge our sacred honor to love and protect Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St.

Flag Day. thee and the liberty of the American people forever." ? Jacksonville, Florida




Power, Speed, Silence and Convenienceof


':,; .. .' "'- Fir F r ExciiB ll ll Fir F r; Flail Pr l] rtj

Remington ;- ReminrrtonOuality

*Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for 7500.00 per year
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida. .
a y Fl Refinment f t

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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears: Shift Automatically. -

Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year.
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
$7,000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

REMINGTON Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
all times
a you are at master of the situationAREMINGTONlends
r rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00. Mortgage $11,500.00. Want good

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
"t t' a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -
00: Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.
the occupants.

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

Income Property.WARING.
-. ,_.. _.. : The power that commands -

'._ respect:

Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

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

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



1 R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish we canlmatch'what you have

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Chicken supper, Baptist Ladies' Aid
Society postoffice., Saturday 25 cents.night, opposite 5-26-4tc the THE KEY To SUCCESS

:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kissler were 15JMONEY IN THE
visitors to Orlando :yesterday: from
Altamonte. '

Mr. Joseph Dawson- left yesterday- S

afternoon for points in the southern

t I l l lI part of the state. (JC --=- ,

1 Mr. and :Mrs.Vm.. Edwards, orPh'mouth ,
were among the welcome ch :'
visitors in Orlando jesterday.Messrs. .

Loyalty to the StateThe G. M. and J. Tilden Jacobs, 1 1I'\\ z
popular and influential citizens of ]
rhuluota, transacted business in Orlando -
rigid State Banking Laws of Florida yesterday. .
with to the letter or we J\ i
must be complied .
chicken Sat-
25 cents pets supper, \
Under their safe urday; night, opposite postotfice, Baptist L! \" \ < O >
lose our charter. pro- Ladies' Aid Society. 5-26-4tc l' \

visions the depositors' money goes largelyto \
:Mrs. Herbert Wichtendahl left yesterday 'ASK'ANYMAN,/: / .
afternoon the Atlantic
of home industries. over '
the development
Coast Line to spend the summer at WHO IS SUCCESSFUL?
the advancement her old home in Carterville, Ill
Loyalty to the State-and '

t of your own personal interests- Mr.: T. J. Minor: one of the representative HE EL TELL YOU

citizens of Ocoee, spent several ....'j'r<:.:.
should induce you to open an account withthe hours in Orlando yesterday. lie y
was en route to Tampa to look after
i business matters.

OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.
Mayor E. F. Sperry and Mr. E. II.
r State Bank of Orlando :\Icx iII returned where they yesterday had been from before Tallahassee Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account

the state pardoning board in behalfof started a few years ago would come in handy now. Start

t Louis Kilgore.Mr. it now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

and Mrs.: A. F. Beck, who have the money.We .
been spending several weeks in this will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
section, left yesterday afterncon for put in our bank and compound the interest every three
Belmond, Iowa, where they will pass
the summer. months.

Mrs. Geo. Durkey, who has been
spending some time very pleasantlyin ]
Orlando, left yesterday for Wisconsin -
I mer. where she will spend the sum- The Peoples National BanK

Commissioner J. L. Dillard and son,
Mr. Marvin Dillard, of Winter Gar
t den, with a party of friends, motoredto
---- __n --. -. --- Orlando yesterday and spent the

t I day. ..

Mr.: and Mrs. S. P. Meadows: of
ti Quincy, 111., px north today after a
short stay in this city. They will return -
tI in the fall and make an extended I t 1111II It. 11111111'_ . '111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111 .I'A 1111,11m
i sojourn. - - - -

Mr. and :Mrs. A. McArthur left

I Summer Cooking _.rtovt.cr ,.. yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for UostonIass": after
Shouldn't Cook = =spending several weeks very pleasantly -
in Orlando.

l ; ; a Chicken supper, Baptist L. A. S..
Saturday night, 25; cents, Pine street,
t Getting dinner ready ,; opposite P. O. 5-26-4U
t' in July is just as comfortable Rev. and Mrs. Lee Smith, of Apopka -

f as in November were in Orlando yesterday, accompanied -
[ ? by their son, Jesse B. They .
i -if you use a were here to place their son in a local
L FLORENCE OIL sanitarium for medical treatment.Mr. The Best at Any Price

; COOK STOVE. and Mrs. Harold Auburn, of .
"The Point in
Turning OiIStO'fleHistory"The Syracuse, X. Y., left the city yesterday -

f !}let goes into the FLORENCEOil Line afternoon for their over summer the Atlantic home in Coast the Ask the Man Who Owns One "

: cooking, not into the} Empire State, where they will remain ..
until fall.
kitchen. It does your Cook Stoves

1 work well and reliably, "Look for the Lever"and Rev. J. B. Ley returned yesterday !
- from Sutherland, Fla., where he had
keeps you com been to attend the commencement exercises -
of the Methodist cohere and
fortable. It requires! less watching and regulatingthan also the annual meeting of the board, I Sold By
f trustees.
a coal stove.Irou .

keep four burners hotor I Mr. Dick Janus, who has been coming '
at intensely
can one or an 1 San Juan
: to Orlando for several winters.was Garage Company
mere y simmering ;llame. among those leaving Orlando yesterday -
afternoon over the Atlantic
Come in and let us show you how these Florence Coast Line to spend the summer in .
Pittsburgh, Pa. .
Automatic Stovesvork: : how simple and reliable. ..

No IFicks to burn o::t. 1'.') fakes to leak. Once The Daytona Beach Hotel], under ..
; the new ownership and management "
started, each burner viJ 1 keep going at the same offers special summer rates. Hole 11111 n I II11 D IIMMIMIIMMIMIMiniiii IIIIIMMI t" '
refu.-nished and redecorated throughout. -
.. .
power until you turn it out. "ea foods a specialty. W. F. & -- --- -- -- ----=
E. Tt. lyres: Daytona Beach, Fla.52.i .
PERFZCTLY SAFE ;-_w-wktf. r

:\1;/. and Mrs. Vine larding and i WHO WILL BE YOUR EXECUTOR ?
daurhterIiss Dorothy, are among I .
OSCAR HAND & SON Orlando's prominent residents who; I
will close their pretty home (ft; We1 t ANSWER NO. 1- __ 4
Amelia avenge, and start for their: I When you appoint'an'individual as your exe- -- ;
,northern home in :\IackinacIich'l cutor you do not know who will eventually; carryout
They have many I
of will. :'-
and will return south at the close of the provision your
summer. They will keep in touch A PERSON nominated to execute your will may ).
with their friends here by.having the not long survive you. Sickness may delay or prevent ,
..11111111111111111111111111" 11111 11111. their Daily absence.Sentinel follow them duri.i:! the beginning or completion of his service.In '"' .

either case, another person will be ap'i.

ORLANDO SOCIETY pointed by the Court, possibly the last person s y.- .' "t -.,...w -t.':,,: 'T,- '

whom you would have selected to cary out the I.'- \. ..." .'i?'' ..i':::;!f I -:., "J 1,

(Continued from page 5)) wishes expressed in your will. .. ,,' :...;. ,,',;:
ing Mrs. Alston K. Hale and little The Service of a TRUST COMPANY is con- ii t./ "!-f$; ": .. i
daughter, Margaret, of Palatka, this tinuous. .'. .::- I ,
Valuable Diamond LostHow '
\\ -r. :
-o- Sickness and abesnce do not delay. You may 3 :
On page seven" today's Sentinel appears begin now to cultivate an intimacy and consult -' "1' ,.4- 1
the complete program of the I freely with the officers of the company about '
Orlando Chapter, Daughters of the your affairs, and know that the information and ; "- t r I
American Resolution for 1915-lDlfi. I
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- The national, state, chapter officers wishes imparted to them will permanently influence ,
advisory board, year book, salute I and facilitate the accomplishment of your -
sult of
a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing jewelryby
your regular and associate members '
dearest preferences in the settlement of your es-
having it examined at store at least found on this It;; will
our once every page. the prove in-I tate, as the CONTINUITY OF SERVICE WILL a+ +' ,
teresting reading to Orlando
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof lic. I BE UNBROKEN. eMt es"t '

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin --0- i i Answer No. 2 will appear in the future i"ue
The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society is
our shop, thereby time and I' of this
saving you a middleman's planning to hold a chicken supper on newspaper.
profit. A trial will convinec you. the vacant lot west ?Mann's grocery j Come in any time and freely ask for further _
store Saturday evening. For 25 cents! information on this vitally important subject You
:you will receive a bountiful helping] j BA J
and assist the ladies in a good cause. I are welcome, and our officers are always] ; glad to il --y.. t rOrlaildo
Remember the date and be sure to be 'i give advice. ""
present. Bring your friends with you. '!

T.D.EVANSJEWELER Miss; lone Neal--0-, a student at hte :,I
Cathedral school left yesterday for Bank &
Jacksonville where she will be met bv n NISI t CoMlially
her parents and then go to Indianop-|
olis, Ind., for the summer. Quite a i|
number of her friends were at the i
Atlantic Coast Line depot to wish her ] ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital
bon voyage. .
and Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,000.00. Total Resources over Three

I Mr.Thursday Lester A.night Beeman at his will beautiful entertain Quarters of Million.. Dividends Paid since Organization S72,500.00.I I

I country home in honor of Mr. and
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