The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 4, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
6 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
Preceded by:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Orlando morning sentinel

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Philadelphia, April 3.Yale's oars-
REAL MAN men won both the senior, junior and IN BED
Bulgarian Army Attacks Ser- eight oared races on the Schuylkillriver -
late this afternoon.A. AM FOLLOW EXAMPLESET
vians Without Warning FIRE FLOOD AT SEABRIGHT I

Desert Cause MINNEAPOLIS NEWSPAPER Columbia, S. C., April .-The state TOURIST DIED AT NORTH- New Jersey City Suffers From i I I -

LONDON, APRIL 3.-BULGARIA dict supreme against court the today Atlantic affirmed Coast the Line ver- ERN HOME MARCH 31 Sixty Miles an Hour Gale I:ACTION EARLY COMING WEEK

railroad and gave Mrs. Lizzie M. and Fire-Bulkheads

WITHIN SIDE OF POSSIBILITY GERMANY AND THAT IT ALL IS WAS 1.1. HILL'S GUEST IN 1898 damages:Mims of for Columbia the death$16,000 in 1910 of actual her CAME TO ORLANDO IN EARLY 80'SHis Weakening British Press Says It Looks

husband, an employe of the railroad,
' THE BALKAN NATIONS MAY who was accidentally killed while discharging Seabright, N. J., April 3.After an Like Total ProhibitionBeer
BECOME INVOLVED. Besides Reporting lie Traveled his duties. Death Will Be Source of all day fight with fire and floods Sea- -
THE SERVIAN LEGATION HERE 'bright, tonight is at the mercy of hugecas May Be Allowed
Real Grief to Many Orlando which, lashed to fury by the
Ie, menace the bulkheads.At
Dined With President ORLEANS Friends Was Yearsof
IRREGULARS IN GREAT NUMBERS 83 the height of a fiJ mile gale to-
AND WEARING :MILITARY Washington April 3.-Admiral Ca- 'ay fire started i Si a boarding house London April :a.--i'he rover, nent
UNIFORMS MADE A SUDDEN AT- (@) McKinleyBy perton today reported to the navy department Age 'ocated at the center of a large groupof decision on the drink question anticipated -
TACK ON TilE SERVIAN BLOCK that Ortez 1'arey, in east frame buildings, and only the he- early this coming we .
HOUSES AT VALANDOVO. DRIVING Franklin Merrick Yucatan, appeared to be broken up by The sad Pond startling intellisrence roic work of the local firemen ailed The British press is now .. most
TilE SERVIANS BACK TO the Carranzistas although Progressowas of the sudden death of Senator; W. D.
Paris April .-From a comparatively by companies from Long Branch and unanimously of the opinion the the
STRUMITZA AND THE BULGARIANS obscure ruler, King Albert of reported to be quiet. The steamer Gorsline came to the Sentinel last Rumson which answered the call for government action will include 'totalhere
NOW OCCUPY ALL TilE Belgium has become in a few monthsthe Aim sailed from there last night evening in a special delivery letter aid, were the flames prevented from prohibition of spirits.
HEIGHTS ON TilE LEFT BANK most popular monarch in the with 5,000 bales of sisal hemp for from Poland N. Y., in which was the sweeping over a wide area. During the last day or two
OF THE RIVER WARDER ALONG: world. All who approach him are New Orleans. following! clipping. Senator Gorslinewas At the same time 30 foot waves has been crowing agitation aiming! a
WHICH THE FIGHTING CONTIN charmed by his manner. Those who one of the most familiar of the were crashing against the bulkheadsand certain class in favor of allowing: the
UES. surround him idolize him. ARRESTED BECAUSE HAD BEER many tourists who came to Orlando. threatened to undermine and workingman to still have his *t>eer.
TilE CASUALTIES ON BOTH lie has been called a "king without SIGNS ON WAGONS lIe was in good health up to the time shatter them. which every one knows is the ars lent
SIDES ARE REPORTED CONSID But this will be. of his departure two weeks ago. where staple drink of England. 1
i country. never Montgomery, Ala., April 3.-Because Outsiiie! the lp'1rdinghoue
ERABLE. From the time his land was invadedhe he had beer signs on his deliv- He was in fine spirits and came to he fire started living sparks set fire It is possible the governmentmay
A DISPATCH RECEIVED AT has never left its soil, and he has ery wagons George Preiss a local dis- the Sentinel office to say good-bye to the Walsh hotel which was consid- make this; concession, but if tl is is
PARIS FROM NISII. LATER FORWARDED word that doubts that and express the wish to return to the flames done all classes will be warned tat
given a no one tributor of Evansville, Ind., beer, was erably damaged, but soon a
HERE CONFIRMS TilE he will die in the trenches before he arrested this afternoon on a warrant Orlando many more winters. lie had were under'control and the fire fighters continuation of excessive drinkingmay
NEWS OF BULGARIA'S ATTACK. will allow the Germans to force him issued by the judge of the court of been a regular winter resident in this went to work bolstering up the result in absolute prohibition.
over the border from the tiny strip of common pleas by request of the sher- city for twenty-five years and came bulkheads.
London April 3.-A dispatch to the Belgium that still is his. iff's office. here in the early eighties for the first NOBODY LOVES AN EDITOR
Evening News from Bucharest : But is It is not time. lie was a beloved man and his WEATHER
says bravery common. This is the first arrest in the state THE
"In the highest military and political Albert's bull-dog tenacity that en- for alleged violation of the recently friends will mourn his loss. Bre'r-Carruthers of the Welliville
circles in Vienna there has been dears him to all. It is the quiet kind- enacted Denson anti-liquor advertis- New York, April 3.-The entire At- Daily Union has opened a newt line
expressed a strong opinion that after ly manner in which he handles every- ing law. More arrests are expectedto FOUND DEAD IN BED lantic coast from Florida to Maine of speculation for the editor. Ie! laments -
her next big defeat Austria will ca thing. It is his freedom from pomp follow. Former Assemblyman Gorsline Returns was treated today to the worst as follows:
pitulate. The general public in Aus- and circumstance. It is because he is From Florida and Dies Easter weather ever experienced.Wind "If we had it to do over again we
tria is quite unconscious of the state the most democratic ruler in the I PIKE'S PEAK TRIP MOTORISTS Suddenly at Millers Mills snow and rain combined to would pick out some other kind of a
to which Austrian resources have been world-even if he is a king. JOY Herkimer March :31.-Dr. Ralph S. make the day memorable. The windat job. Yesterday we observed one of
reduced." How much of this democratic spirit Huyck coroner was called this even- Long Branch attained a velocity the fairest of our city's damsels; go
did the hero of the Yser acquire in Good Roads Wild Scenery, and Excellent ing to llillerslills to investigate the of 75 miles per hour. It reached fiO tripping down the street. She met
STOCK EXCHANGE SEATS UP his series of adventures in the United Fishing on Colorado Tour sudden death of former AssemblymanW. I I miles in New York and six inches of the postman and 'gave' him a cheery
States? Undoubtedly a great deal. D. Gorsline who was found by snow fell. Pedestrians and horses smile. The bank cashier was good
New York.-If the price of stock He admired greatly the wars of the The Pike's Peak region is today the neighbors dead in his bed today. Mr. were blinded and accidents were num- for a pleasant greeting and shejcon-.
exchange seats is a barometer of general J'reatVest.. lie absorbed the do or "motorist's mecca," just as fifty Gorsline was 83 years old. He was erous. sumed five minutes of Mayor Djiniel
business conditions business is I die spirit of the American frontiersman. ago it was the goal of the pioneerand years the prominent man of the communityand Eighteen trans-Atlantic and six Steiner's time chatting about the
on the mend. The price of seats has "Prince Albert," as he was his prairie schooner. To the east- had served at one time as super- coastwise ships scheduled to leave weather, etc. We were next ire line
risen $1,500 within twenty-four hours. then went back to the court of his ern or southern motorist, from visor and justice of the peace besides New York wer eheld, but no serious and had deluded ourself into thinking
The seats of George A. McClellanand uncle the sybaritic King Leopold, the heat and humidity of the weary lowlandsand having represented his district in the accidents to shipping have been re we were some oats. Down the pike
Frederick E. Ballard were sold with far different ambitions froni seeking a change of scene and assembly. Mr. Gorsline was in the ported. Norfolk was partially inun- she came but so help us, when she
for $44,000 each Wednesday. This is that unlovely despot.It days of rest and recreation in the habit of spending his winters in Flor- dated, and citizens were forced to use went by she had her head tilted to
the price commanded in the last pre- was the year of the Spanish- great Rocky mountain wonderland, ida and last night he returned from boats on the streets and many per- an angle of 95 degrees, and the mer-
vious sale. Yesterday the seat of American war 1898 that Albert came the snow capped summit is as wel- that state to Millers Mills. Early in sons suffered minor injuries.The cury dropped to 12 below. Well, who
Howland II. Pell was sold at $45,500to to America. lie spent much time in come a landmark as it was to the gold the evening a number of his neighbors storm developed over Florida innell could love an editor anyway?"
Edwin M. Carter. New York Washington and the East seeker of old, tired by endless daysof Everett Bailey W. R. Edick, and swept the coast to Maine.It .
This is the highest price in months.In but was most impressed with the march across the never changing William Finger Ernest Walker and centered largely early in the day LONDON RAISES PRICE OF GAS
the great depression last spring a West. J. J. Hill the railroad magnate prairie. John Hope, went to the house to visit over the Virginia capes and soon descended -
seat sold as low as $34,000. It is pre- took him under his protection Before the day of transcontinental with Mr. Gorsline. The men left upon New York and Rich- London.-London gas companieshave
dicted in Wall Albert's rugged six foot about 8 o'clock and Mr. Gorsline re mond. News and Norfolk
street that within a although railroads the traveler turned his Newport announced to their customers an
month the price of seats will cross three never needed much protection.Mr. horses' heads westward from the out- tired. This morning and up to noon were isolated completely by wire com- increase of 8 cents per 1,000 feet in
$50,000. Hill got him a job on a news- fitting post on the Missouri river and none of the neighbors saw him and munication with the rest of the coun- the price of gas. due to the increased
paper in Minneapolis, and later on followed two faint wheel tracks until this evening Mr. Bailey and Mr. Edick try. South of Richmond along the cost of coal. The price which was
FUNERAL OF MRS. PACKARDThe one in St. Paul. lie was a regular he came in sight of the "Great White went to the house to see if he was ill. seaboard wires are also in bad condi- raised 4 cents a thousand at the be-
found him dead in bed. A
reporter, the first to ever ascend a Mountain." There they tion. ginning of the war will now reach 75
throne. !lamp was burning and. it
funeral of Mrs. Thena Packard cents a thousand in the Metropolitan
who died in this city Friday after- I He worked incognito and few knew BOARD OF TRADE is supposed that he died in the night. For Florida: Fair Sunday and :Mon- district.
Coroner Huyck went there this
noon, took place yesterday afternoonat that the intelligent persistent young day; rising temperature.NEW .
evening and after making an informal
man who "dug" for facts was the
three o'clock from resi-
family Regular meeting of the Orlando POLICE COURT YESTERDAYJ.
examination ordered the body sent to
heir apparent to the throne of Belgium FEATURES FOR GRAND
dence, 207 Ridgewood avenue. Rev. I of Trade will
and prospective ruler of the Board be held in the Undertaker Graves of Mohawk. In THEATRE
A. A. Rickert conducted the services. Congo.It I city council chamber at 7:30 p. m., the morning he will make a further W. King, drunk, $5.00; R. E. Sin-
The interment was in the Orlando I :Monday April 5, 1915. Every it is the gleton, drunk, $5.00; Joe Kirkland
is said that some of the city editors I member investigation, although opin- Manager Mac Tallman of the Grand
cemetery. in the sister cities of Minnesotadid I should attend. Important. No ion that death resulted from heart announced yesterday that the World drunk $5.00.FLORIDA.
not learn until years later that donations will be asked for. failure.Mr. Film Corporation pictures had recently -
their promising "cub" was a scion of Chas. P. Dow, president.V. Gorsline leaves a wife and son, been contracted for and will be
ALABAMA NOT INCLUDED royalty. W. Estes, secretary. William, who are in California; also added to his Paramount features GROWN ORANGES
I Besides reporting, Albert traveled two sisters :Mrs. Ida Clippinger and which have taken Orlando by storm
through the Northwest as :Mr. Hill's EXPORT EMBARGO EXTENDEDBY Mrs. Wallace Young of Columbia from the first. The first subject of
IN DIXIE HIGHWAY I guest. He used the magnate's pri- SPANISH GOVERNMENT Center. the new feature is announced in this OUST FOREIGN FRUIT
vate car and was accompanied by Mr.Hill issue. Read the advertisement. The
himself or his son Sam. Madrid.-Supplementing its orderof William D. Gorsline was born at second subject will be Lew Fields in
It is recalled by the Hills with March 12, prohibiting the exporta- Columbia lIerkimer county, N. Y.. "Old Dutch;" third, "The Deep Pur-
APPLICATION IS REJECTEDAT amusement that as the train was approaching tion of certain food products the gov- April 9, 1832. lie was a farmer and nle;" fourth, "The Man Who Found FOREIGN PRODUCT BEING
CHATTANOOGA HIGHWAY Anaconda Mont, they were ernment today issued a decree forbid- manufacturer being the owner of the himself" and others to be announced EXCLUDED BY OUTPUT
compelled to make a side excursionand ding the exportation of iron steel, tin, grist and saw mills located at Millers later. Paramount nights will continue -
CONFERENCE told the prince he would be well sulphur, aluminum antimony, ammo- :Mills, where he resided. lie was also to be Tuesday and Friday. The DOMESTIC MARKET
taken care of if he would look up Ed- nia, rubber mineral oils and forage. largely interested in dairying and hop World Film Corporation features will (
Florida Is to Have Two Members I itor J. II. Duston of the Anaconda growing and owned several large be shown on Thursdays.NO Exports American Oranges for
Standard. Mr. Duston, who had been WAITERS AT WAIL MEN'S CLUB I farms. Mr. Gorsline was captain of
on Commission to Select at his desk until 4 a. m.. was awak- EMPLOYS WOMEN Company A, 38th regiment, New : SHIRT STRIKE THIS YEAR Last Year Amounted to "
Route of Proposed ened at 8 a. m. by a persisting ring- York state militia for three years More Than Four Million *
ing at his door bell. Throwing on a London.-In consequence of its and was one of the most prominent New York.-A contemplated strikeof .
Highway dressing gown he went prowling to best waiters enlisting in the army, men in the county, both in politicaland 30,000 shirt makers in New York Dollars
the door looked over his caller and I the excl'i'ive Athenaeum club to business circles. city has ben declared off officially for
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 3.-After immediately decided the polite dap- which only men are eligible has decided lIe held the office of notary public this year. The leaders of the shirt Washington, April .'',.-With a gii.nd:
stormy debates this afternoon the per young man with the good pres- to employ women servants. Par- several years, was railroad commis- makers' union after a series of meetings total of $92,840,172! !'\ the foreign tr: de
final sessions of the Dixie Highway ence was a book agent! I lor maids now serve drinks and after- sioner seven years, and was president concluded that this would be a of the United States in fruits :,l1d
Conference decided on a commissionof ""Well, what do you sell?" he grum noon tea.TWO I of the Winfield Agricultural Societytwo bad time to call a strike because of nuts during the calendar year 1''14
fourteen men two each for Indiana years. lIe was always a Republican -
bled.The I the economic depression brought was double that of ten years ago, ;According -
Illinois Ohio, Kentucky Tennessee "book agent" immediately appeared NEW REVOLTS IN INDIA: and was supervisor of his townin about by the war. Solomon Cupler, to the department of c ,n-
Georgia and Florida, to selcet a embarrassed and produced his 1879 and 1850. He was a memberof organizer for the union made the an- merce. Imports aggregated $59,2i-! '
route proposed from Chicago to Miami card. Then the editor for once in his Berlin.-Reports have been receivedin the assembly in 1SSO and 1881, nouncement yesterday. 394 in volume; and exports $3.3,6tH,-
for a highway.The life was embarrassed too, but they Berlin of two new outbreaks in serving on the committees on agri- 77'8. which included the trade \\.th
governors of these states are were soon fast friends. India. At Surat three British officials culture and militia and was chairmanof FLORIDA TO GET $798.500; FOR Hawaii Porto Rico Alaska and toe
authorized to make selections.An While in America Albert studied the committee on game laws in HARBOR WORK Philippines.
killed. At Kurrachee
application to include Alabama I about every industry we have. On Mohammedan soldiers shot two British 1881. Bananas valued at $10,000.000 w< re
with a branch highway connectingwith his return he wrote a book about the 1 officers. Washington, April 3.-The allot- brought into the United States in
the main highway was rejected. I United States which evidenced the ON BUSINESS MISSIONDr. ment of the lump appropriation for 1914 while income totaled $5.250O( ;
A committee was appointed to wait fact that his dream of an ideal gov- I I river and harbor work made by the olives, $2,500,000; grapes, $1,500,003;
upon congress and attempt to secure I ernment was just:: about the government TEXAS SAYS IT FIRST P. Phillips left yesterday for congress last session was completedby pineapples $1,333,333; currants $ ,-
government aid in the construction of this country has adopted. I points on the East Coast where he army engineer today. 250,000: preserved fruits $1.000OtO,
the highway. While in America he had dinner in i Austin. Tex.-Recent frosts and will remain for some time attendingto Florida gets 8798,500, which is and figs nearly $1,000,000.
Most of the delegates left for home Washington with President and Mrs. cold weather virtually have destroyed urgent business matters. He is very generous treatment. Nut imports included cocoanuts j>-
tonight after a banquet. :McKinley went to Newport to be II the Elberta peach crop in Texas, accordinir the automobile.
en- making trip by The detailed allotments will not be pra etc., valued at $5,250,000; wl l-
to the Texas of
tertained by :Mrs. Potter Palmer took department
made public until Monday. nuts, $3,500,000; almonds, $3,500,01')
t GUY EMPIE. OF TAMPA, IN luncheon at the Lawyers Club in S. . t peanuts, about $2,000,000 and i.-l-;
ORLANDO Wall street with Frederick R. Cou- I DIOGENES IS NOT :NEEDED FIRST SALMON TO WILSON beets $1,000,000.With J
dert, went over to the Standard Oil he put it, which few men in his IN ORLANDO: the development of the California -
Old friends of Guy Empie were delighted works at Bayonne N. J.. visited the station had enjoyed. By this he meant Bar.gor.leSeven salmon were and Florida citrus fruit indi.}-
to see him in Orlando yester United States navy yards, and saw his traveling and mixing freely."I Yesterday morning Officer Carter landed at the opening the Penob- trv foreign grown oranges gradually!
day. lie will return to Tampa some also a cavalry drill, and as a diversion lived like any American in the walked into the post office, I !scot river fishing season today. The .1 are being excluded from the domes-fc
time today. Mr. Empie is now man- after such strenuous labors tried to American Northwest and along the looked at his feet and there was first fish taken weighed 16 pounds. It market; and American grown fruit Js
ager of the Western Union Telegraph visit the scene of a murder in Brook- Pacific coast. In lie. purchased for $2 in larger .
my own country, a roll of bills and a check. was a pound a rec- being exported quantiti'%*
company at Tampa and is doing well. lyn which figured on the front pagesof too I have seen almost everything for picked it up. $122.50 greeted ord price and will be sent to Presi- In ten years, from 10.J to 1914, et-
lie has fifty-two employes under him the morning papers.In myself. I know from experience him. lie was almost too astonished dent Wilson.Go ports of American oranges have quintupled -
including messenger boys, and it requires an interview with a newspaper what it means to drive a locomotive to walk further. He began last year totaling $-1.2'5.9't.
work to keep the office in or- correspondent recently he spoke with I 1 and to work in a coal mine. It is work S a search and found the owner to Curtis & O'Neal's for latest I Prunes have shown a big gain while
der. Empie's a man equal to any satisfaction of "knowing: his people." | be a king, too. Few realize how Mrs J. S. Happersett. books finest stationery. Orlando and apricots and preserved fruits ha'ja
job, however. He declared he had had advantages. (lto work it is." . . . . Florida cards and booklets. I doubled during the decade. j'r'

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r Symbolizing the Day of Light and Joy WOUNDED CANADIANS: : IN: ENGLAND follow a different occupation from loved ones.
their own says the Rochester Demo- To this picture Cashier I>ovnas
crat and Chronicle. The sons of doc- written "\V hy should the inmx-ent
"' rrj.C Folkestone, Eng.-Fifty-f \-e Cana- tors and lawyers: prepare themselvesto suffer and starve" and beside her
dians wounded in France are now being be agriculturists and the sons o" hand the word "HELP," and be-ide
nursed back to health within two farmers and engineers want to be .- the fobbing child the commt-nt.
t. miles of Folkestone. Their nursing come doctors and lawyers. Wei!. c s "Fatherless. Homeless hungry" <"id
home is officially called the Canadian tant fields are always green. Men below these comments is the st ,te-
, .. :Military Hospital. In non-war days ''looking back on their own hard- ment, "IitherIr. Dow or Mr. II,m-
t fi 4 it is Beachborough Park, Shornclitfe, fought careers imagine their sons selt will receipt you and Corw.trdmr .
the home of Lady Malcolm typical I'I will have an easier: time of it in some donations which will be acknowledged
Y esC solid-faced, white-turreted, English i j other profession. in the regular manner by the Belpiun
mansion, tucked cosily under the lea j "
I But such reasoning on the part of I Relief Committee.
a side of the cliffs that fringe the Eng-i! parents is unsound. id is unfair to j I Mr. Dow states that he has a number -
t lish channel. j(the sons, who mr: oey the parental of the beautiful pictures of :the
f Every available room in the house J decree. Every k ,wn occupation is "Battlefield of the Nations" left \\1 ich
has been converted into a "ward." "crowded" ,.ed with he will
': i -cro : mediocrity.And gladly give to any who ire
r Old masterpieces of Dutch and Brit I there i i. !ways room at the top 1 willing to donate to the relief of -Jie
fA ish painters hang on the walls and j -plenty of .;. Energy, enthusiasm poor innocent suffering non-coml .it-
broad staircase; the luxurious hall ;and aptittK.o are as necessary to a ants.
with its old fashioned fireplace, has young m"n as a sound knowledge of I j Every fond parent, and particularlya
become a sort of rest room for nurses his profession. It is, then difficult loving husband and father can sot
who snatch a few minutes off duty; a for t. n to succeed in an occupation I but feel inclined to help those poor
tennis court is being laid out in front toward. which he is indifferent, and unfortunates when he considers h->w
7 .5 w of the house for the use of patientsin ; assuming a rather grave respon- much worse off they are than his .
? sV: the coming months; on the hug .ility to force on a boy a profession own loved ones, and it is to be hoped
lawn to the left is to be erected \ ithout consulting his inclinations/ that Orlando will continue to send to
r extension of the hospital. And .: The old custom of the son following their relief.
f oaf.. the first floor an apartment has i o.i j in the footsteps of his father may
turned into an operating room. I[not always have been right but it
Under the glare of the Xraprac-i was at least more logical than the
;, 4 4 LIk 3 tically every man has bee" probed |modern tendency to have the children
for German bullets an! shrapnel ''"try something different" regardlessof Bridgeport, Conn.-For the fit st

7 .c : 11 which had not been rer" at the 'I' inherited or natural aptness. time during the European war, cartridges -
base hospitals in F' :ice. have been shipped direct
Major Charleston, W. Va. Mail.A ro
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L'3t Hackson died here t' '.ugh his name London via New York A rush oruVr
has not yet figur "J m the casualty : received at the plant of the Uni ,n
list. Jackson d:t .ot from wounds, I Metallic Cartridge company of this '.
but from appei '. iis, which he con- city yesterday, calling for 100,0t(
tracted in the :onches. I Upon the south window of the Peoples rounds, was filled within five hou--s .
Practical' National Bank is heart wrenching after and rushed
every Canadian regiment -i a receipt to the steain-
is re csented in the hospitalthe I picture. er Xaugatuck, was conveyd to New
Prin' '..,s Patricia, Winnipeg Ri- I It is a true to life colored pictureof j York, where, it is intimated, it is on
fles, En".neers, Sappers, all who came one of the numerous cases that ; its way to London. The order was
.f with t'! e first contingent-and some now exist in the war swept sections I consigned' to the Remington ArmsU.
% tt of t' .m will be months on the sick which are also pictured in colors in :M. C. company, London.
H;*; /et. the same window.A I As this Is the first time that the
homeless mother with infant mask has been dropped from the ship-
FATHERS AND SONS clasped to her emaciated breast anda ments abroad, which heretofore ha\e
I ragged little tot sobbing and clinging gone by way of Canada, international
) to her ragged garments as she agents and military authorities here
Statistics recently compiled show''stretches out an appealing hand for tonight are of the opinion that Great
t I pllCTC fRA r FOlik / that fathers who send their sons to hte necessities of life of which this ( Britain is in urgent need of ca.--
college generally have their offspring terrible war has deprived her and her tridges.

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That's exactly what we mean. We have secured At that time the management did not know of THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM :

the third great feature in addition to our regular another program that would enable them to keep

Paramount Program. May we add that the newaddition up the standard set by the Paramount Program, TUESDAY

but another great corporation has in "RULE G"
sprung up
is the only I program obtainable that will
our midst and without losing any time, we have The Greatest Railroad Picture ever produced.
enable us to hold up our standard.'t Approved by prominent railroad heads, who
for the Grand and Orlando.I
actually posed in the photograph reproduced
The patrons of the Grand will remember that
(Not one of these men receives less than
NOTE-During the writing of this ad., the r year salary. A paramount picture in
when we first started to show the great Para- $20,000.
management received the following day letter- ,
mount Pictures, we only run one each week. Con- THURSDAY
"Due to the fact that we have so many contracts .
stant increase in patronage prompted us to se- WORLD FILM COMPANY PRESENTS
playing Thursday it was an utter impossibility LAURA SAWYER IN

cure the second. for us to start you out with one of our strongest
"ONE OF MILLIONS"subjects.
The picture is good and will pleaser
(A Dyreda Art Feature Photoplay. The
people, but it is not in a class with the remaining -
The law of and demand
supply compelled us to t greatest preachment against war ever staged.

three. (Program not made public.) They FOUR SPLENDID PARTS.
for the third great production. When, we
are really masterpieces in every sense of the
say demand, we mean that a great number of Or- FRIDAYBOSWORTH .
word, and you will be delighted I with them. INC.
lando people came to us and confessed that they
of America's most stars
SIGNED, WORLD FILM CORPORATION presents one popular ,

were spoiled with these great pictures and were ELSIE JANIS IN
Through the efforts of the management of the
certain that there were a great number of others "THE CAPRICES OF KITTY'
Grand and the requests, as we ask your cooperation -
Written by herself; the picture everyone has been
of the same mind. At the same time asking us in this matter, of the people, this summer waiting for.

"Why: don't you show more of them? in Orlando should be one of pleasure. A PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN FIVE PARTS

GRAND AMUSEMENT CO. Mac. Tallman, Manager


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NOTES OF INTEREST publication. Kimble is a good exam_14 14pIe " " " " -MMIIItMIIMIMIIMtM- ." .,. j
i of "the right man in the right .
place at the right time."
Ivey) We must confess that few April ,,
fool jokes were pulled off Thursdayand '
the strained ex I this is a public school, too. Can 1 i i
faces of O. H. S. stu- you beat it? GREAT SLAUGHTER ii i
It's caused by their
poetry for the Echo "MY HATS OFF TO WILSON"

read tragedy Tues-. "If these are hard times under the
to program. Wilson administration, I have failedto
squad held a confer- find them," said Edward D. Eas- ;
ton, president of the Columbia Graph- %
being "bombarded" ophone Company of New York, in an
-each mail interview here to day, "I hive never SALERMNANTI
found business so good. I have voted
are discussing what the Republican ticket all my life, but
school art collection my hat's off to Wilson. He is without -
doubt the greatest president we
senior, left for his I:have ever had. Business men should,
Pa., last Wednes stop howling and get to work."
from the high OF
this spring, and to HOW TO EARN THE THANKS OF
Quaker State he car- FRAU VON HINDENBERGBerne
best wishes of his
H. S. for success in Switzerland.-East Prussian
life. pigs as presents for Field Marshalvon
high school campus Hindenber 's armies are now the
on brick fashion in Germany. Each East
Prussian hamlet is giving one fat pigas
the weather man a thank offering for von Hinden
the attendance at berg's victories. The originator of
of the week. this movement has received a letter
Padgett, class of of thanks from Frau von Hindenberg.We .
,, morning exercises
will give you plain bricks, or
orchestra is coming one, two, three, or four color bricks,
Limpus and Monroe same price. Hand's Ice Cream Fac
the freshmen by tory. Phone 566. 4-3-2tc
music until the COMMENCING
secure these instru-
class. Easter Lillies .i
talk is beginning to

foreign row.another travel of his Tues-en- FOR EASTERGet 6 .
Tuesday Morning April
subject of the lec-
Its Relics and Ruins orderin
Needless to say the your
interested. In
principal, "We all
Porter returns to early a
he may be pre-
i of his the travels school in with the ([Many wonderful bargains mark the clos-

club let the is cat planning-out of .Violet Dell Florist. ing of our great challenge sale.

class was con- J. M.\ CARUTIIERSPhone Here you will find the most gigantic collection -
its lack of numer- .
probably a case of 509. '408 South Lake St.
done up in small of remnants of all kinds of mer-

1.'r song: "Who contest will?"win 'I'''Dr.1 S. S. Jones chandise which has accumulated duringour

then-the-evidently Echo not re I CHIROPRACTOR big sale. Bleached and Brown Muslin -
graduate Davenport College 17 and
adage the pie.about too I 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhere; phone Apron Ginghams Dress Ginghams Per-
the efficient bus- |j are being restored to health by chiropractic ,
the Echo, has al- I adjustments, the new science
of |' of removing the cause of disease. Ex- cales Lawns in White and Fancy Crepes
financing the I amination free. l"-24-lmo: ,

Voiles, Batiste, Organdy, Silks and Ribbonsin

lengths of one yd. to ten many good

.L"ItI Dress Patterns in the lot and all marked at wonderfully -

low prices. They must go as we need the room for

Y: other new goods, so we have marked them far below

the low prices we have been giving during our big sale.

It's a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of

while it lasts. In order to secure space for our new

summer merchandise all remnants must go. That'swhy
and Fruits and Vegetables. your dollars are bigger for the next few days

Easy Terms. than they will be again for many a day. They look
W. J. BARBER, just south Drennen Station.
bigger to us and they'll buy more for you.

We are determined that our store shall be absolutely clean and

J4a'Iet: fresh with the new spring season. We are determircd that if

LINESS OF QUALITY startingly drastic reduction will accomplish our purpose, all the

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Remnants in our store will find new owners at once.
the best sanitary conditions.
screened away from the flies, and kept trwrh
< in the Meat Line. REELS AT EVERY SHOW

jVT Self $j Co. With Every paid admission to Roof Garden Monday night a dish of Hand's Pure Ice
Cream will be given absolutely free.
I a Big-U-Drama Reels, McQuarrie, Veniou. Sterling Comedy. I

ij j Orlando Meat Market
I Rex-Comedy-Drama, Ben Wilson. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
j T. A. YANCY Manager ;! "SIX'OR NINE" Admission Nights oc. and lOc. ?
i I and Retail Dealer in Choice I -

j I and Western Meats I

1 j iI I ..Fish, Poultry; ; Vegetables, Game, Etc. I Y OWE -Duckwortll Co.Orlando's _

Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

(135 'P. O. BOX 226 Largest Store. ,"Quality Did It."
( 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

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t DAILY I I"it--i; Easter the world over. The I. LETTERS TO THE-SENTINEL--- l lF ----

spirit of the day unfolds it's meaning
F South Florida Sentinel over distorted Europe as
I EASTER. well' as peaceful Orlando.In Mesick, Mich. I II
MORNING AND WEEKLY ; the trenches a silent Editor South Florida Sentinel:
I':. M. GLENN .. ........ ..........EditorW. will be offered.many A F FOR SALE
": Manager prayer crip- I hear by letter you are havingsome II
I' C. __ Florida "Christ pled soldier has will risen greet!" and his fellow the answer with cold weather, but you may be #
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando -
a* Second Class Mail Matter. from his comrade will come as in the thankful you are in Florida. Today
days centuries gone "lie is risen indeed the thermometer here registers 10 degrees -, I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES !" and crowning both utterancesthe above and : .
Daily. 1 Year ...................... 15.00 heavenly response "Peace unto zero a regular bliz- I
I Daily. 6 Months '................,.... 2.60 thee" strangely comforts and cheersth zard-air full of fine snow with a I

Daily.Daily.:: : 3 1 Month Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: 1.25 60 ; lonely hearts. With the arrivalof 25 mile gale. :
Easter one's thoughts turn quicklyto But Wolverines used
Weekly, 1'e T ......., ............ $1.00 warring Europe because of the incongruity are to it, A new two-story
and think but little of it, and think r
"ALL. SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN- of the strife to win souls as
ADVANCETO opposed to the battle for material there is nothing better but this is a eight room modern I II :

t ADVERTISERS: things. Then too, the fearful appalling little unusual for this time of year.I I and unique dwell-
I h hi I
combat is uppermost in the put in four winters in Orlando andI I
Copy: for display and all other hand-set thoughts of the world. Today with found by close watch that about ing, with double
I advertising must be handca in at the business the bursting of the resurrection hour
office the day.f before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. m, silent messages for peace should take three days after a storm here it wouldbe sleeping porches, 'I

fO' U chances for contract advertising: it U precedence over all other forms of cool in Florida so look out, it is modern and
k Invariable and will be .strictly: adhered to. supplication. Christ's spirit promptsthis coming.I garage ,,
belief. Best Easter thoughts for butlers
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Orlando public are thanks for note in the Sentinel the Board of quarters, I
r' should notify the office in writing on an
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be present peaceful conditions and the Trade gave a free auto ride to the very pretty location !I
k continued at the regular subscription rates joy of freedom liberty and life. Let tourists, and I must say Orlando does : i
until notice to atop is received. enlist in human need and overlooking Lake eTHEATSand
Telephone Numb r .... ... '........o 2tI us helping try to treat her tourists right. A few
loneliness, alleviating pain and dis- Eola. $4500.00 will
i : comfort, and promoting hope. Today years ago they gave a water carnivalon
the Lily reigns-symbolizing the tri- Lake Lucerne which we witnessedand buy this if taken

umph of purity over unrighteousness which was fine. Such pleasures
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. right over wrong, and life over death. now, it is a bargain.SlDolivefiSon.
Management Circulation Etc. Required by please the people and they come again
I the Act of August 24, 1912.
and their friends.
of The Morning Sentinel published daily at OUR SPELLINGA bring
Orlando. Florida for April lot. 1915. JOHN A. EVITTS. '
Name of
Editor. W.- M. Glenn. Orlando. Florida. stranger in our land was he; CRAFTS
Managing Editor. W. C. Essington. Orlando. He tried to learn our spelling, Don't overlook the want ads.
\ Florida. He thought it would as asy be ;
Business Manager W. C. Essington. Orlando f
J Florida As buying or as selling.
Publishers. Glenn &; Etsington. Orlando. He tried to write but couldn't quits
Florida. Lean when to spell' it wright or DoctorsBlickilliislci' Of good workmanship in Men's Tailoring is :
6 Owners: (If a corporation rive its name
and the names and addresses of stockholders right; fully established with No is .
us. one more cog
holding 1 per cent. or more of total amountof He couldn't: tell just where he stood &
stork. If not a corporation.. Rive names When using cood or wood or shood, Bnindage REAL ESTATENo. nisant of the fact than ourselves, that to be .
t' and addresses of individual owners.). W. M. He had to stand a lot of chaffing
Orlando.Glenn. Orlando.Florida. Florida; W. C. Essington. When cruel people started laffing. OSTEOPATHS dressed correctly one must have not only the ;

Known bondholders mortgagees and other Then other things confused him so 3 WEST PINE STREET material to begin with, but the fabrics built
security holders holding 1 per cent or more As doe and dough and roe and row Personal instruction under Dr. Still
of total amount of bonds mortgages or other And mail and male and sale and sail at Kirksville, Mo. Second Floor into the garments, to ensure a "lasting and a
securities: (If there are none so state.), i
I Josiah Ferris. Orlando. Florida. And many more that turned him pail. 132 S. Ave. t correct symetery. All of our Men's tailoring
Average number of copies of each issue of Said he: "I left my wife and daughterIn
this publication sold or distributed throughthe other lands across the waughter.I National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. bear the mark of expert workmanship. It is

during mails the or six otherwise months to preceding paid subscribers the date wanted much to bring them here I emphasized in the production of
shown above. (This information is required But they shall have to stay I fere
from daily newspapers only.), 1450. And I must leave you." With a sigh r- -I
3rd Sworn day of to April.and 1915.subscribed before me this He added: "Else 111 surely digh." Hart Schnaffner

Notary: Public of Sate of Florida MORE IN ACCORD WITH FACTSIf
(My commission expires October 10. 1918.)
& Marx
it is true that the church is considering
undue of
familiarity winter
sitting in the lap of spring is making some slight changesin
something -
the form of the marriage service,
scandalous. Our complete for Spring and Sum-
we should suggest that the words, .
Experience has o taught us that if "with all my worldly goods I thee endow mer is ready for your inspection. t
be in future the
spoken by
you have anything to to mule
say a bride.-N. Y. Tribune.DO .
say it to his face.

It is now the 0 season for "Palm YOU KNOW AvenueI )
Beach" suits and "peek-a-boo's," but,
That about thousand times as
avast, ye fickle spring!
many men as women are protected by

Always speak well o of the dead, and an eight hour law? have recently purchased tho Hadley property sit-

if you have the time you might speaka about That half the the federal state governments government and uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. t
good word for the living occasion- .
tect their employes by an eight hour
ally. This place has frontage of 155 feet and contains
a a
o day, and they employ many more men
The than women? number of bearing fruit tr('es.
married has
average woman That Washington, California Colorado I IMEN'S
two dispositions. One she exhibitsin
public and the other she uses at and Arizona have eight hour I will sell the entire property or will sell any numberof I I II
home. laws for women?
feet off south end.
That these are suffrage states?

Billy Sunday doesn't o have a monop- DOXOLOGYBy The house is in good condition and is arranged into I II
oly on vigorous language. A Kansas A SUFFRAGISTS
lawyer is quoted as saying in court light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -

that to mete out proper punishmentthe Eva Dean of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
murderer should be fired from a More woman-ness in womanhood; I
red hot gatling through barbed A further-reaching motherhood;
gun a
at low and
bought a price can offer a GREAT
wire fence into the mouth of Hell. A passion for all human good;
-0 Love leading, where despair has BARGAIN.Cash .
Ingalls wrote that "Opportunity stood! a
knocks once at every door." "At -N. Y. Tribune. or terms.

least once every day at every door"
would be a sensible amendment, and WARNING!

nearer the truth. Can you imagine,
for instance, any day in which an opportunity Any person picking roses from Eola HATS :
to buy something at an ad- park without permission will be liableto
vantage is not advertised in the Sentinel arrest by Park SuperintendentBlair
? who has been given police pow- : .
o ers. For some time all roses and S. Y. WAY Our complete stock now in, every estab-

Is it true that the English government buds of any size have been taken so lished style is with us, every face can be .
is calling on women to do work that the public has been deprived of
abandoned by men? the beauty of the rose beds and it fitted.

Is Yes not, it woman's is true. place the home? nouncement.seems necessary Mr. to Blair make will be this given an Insurance and Real Estate Agent Ask to see the new Leghorns, they are

No, not when men need her services the names of any having permissionto very dressy and extremely fashionable.
outside the home. cut the roses.ORLANDO .
Will she never be told again that PARK COMMISSION.
her place is the home? PHONE 172

Oh yes, indeed. lIr. W. A. Stringfellow a popular
When? knight of the grip, was in Orlando I
As soon as men want their jobs yesterday in the interest of the Corno
back again.-N. Y. Tribune. Mills company St. Louis, Mo. This is
o his first visit to this section in some i
The well known ancient and charac- time, as his duties carried him all I I
teristic concern of the Slavic races for i over the West. "The changes that ,
the ornamentation of have taken place since I was in this
FROM HEAD their footgear seems city over a year ago: ," said Mr.
TO FOOT. likely to be surpassed Stringfellow "are simply marvellous. I I
r in this country. The I could hardly believe it was the same
elaboration with which the manufac- Orlando. Beautiful paved streets, -
J' turers are decorating the footgear of tall business buildings and other improvements -
both sexes is altogether novel. The too numerous to mention '
[ styles worn now by women are often I certainly shows prosperity, in spite of
r fantastic in their inappropriateness. 'so-called hard times. e' We sell only ;
s There seems no limit to the varietiesof /
f color and cut made possible by the JAIL FOR ROTTEN EGG :MEN ./ Pure I
: prevailing fashion although they
r would have been thought out of the New Jersey Dealers in "Rots" and Dru I

question for street wear a few years "Spots" Convicted on Chargeof c.;
.t ago, remarks a New York writer. The Conspiracy j. /r
disappearing difference between the
t fashions appropriate for woman's Washington D. C.-Seven of the CHILDREN'SBONNETS
l wear on the street and in her own men connected with the Western Egg
r home, marked as the tendency has Yolk company and the Excelsior Baking l

been for several year, is nowhere company so-called, of New Jer- ,
more noticeable than in the sort of sey, who were convicted of conspiracy i .
footgear which they affect. to violate the food and drugs act 4itltj I
i But the new fashion is not confined in the interstate shipment of rotten j have .
This we given considerable
r to women. Men of all ages permit eggs have been sentenced in the fed- : si r season
themselves pedal extravagance of eral court at Trenton, New Jersey, to 1 attention to this department and have now I
which they would never have been terms in prison ranging from three
guilty a decade ago. It is perfectly months to a year and a day. Hyman I 4FJ 1I an assortment that includes the very latestof

true that such novelties are by no Lewis, Bernard Edelberg, Samuel E- I I Fashion modes, in Panamas, Leghorns,
means in the best Edelberg, and Morris Sladkus
taste any more received -
I' than conspicuous dress of any kind the latter sentence; Herman Milans also a full range of Baby Caps in

may be. But it is not to be denied Zwicker and Harry Lewites, six iLY Mulls Silks and Organdies.DIMIVESGO.
that these novelties are growing in months each; and Scheir Weissman, I I 1J p i'j
favor even among the most conserva- who was recommended for mercy 1
tive. Is the elaborateness of the ear- three months.
r ly nineteenth century to be revived? Some of the defendants it was
Hats used to be different every proved were doing business under
year, but there was little or no differ- the name Western Egg Yolk company
[ ence in what men and women wore on *nd others under the name of the Excelsior -
' their feet. The usefulness of shoes Baking company for the pur-
practically continued until they were pose of purchasing eggs which had [ t
worn out. But if there were a yearly been l condemned and denatured in
change in the modes if the striking New York city and selling them to 34- .
patterns of one year were impossible bakers in Jersey City, New Jersey -
t to wear twelve months later, then the I If in violation of the federal food and
demand would be greater. The cost II drugs act.nusiness. You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. '

E of cloth moreo\oer. in the manufacture -.. Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the .DEPARTMENT STORE. f'
of shoes was much less than that throughout the country is
quality compounds of tested strength and purity. .. ..
t/ of leather so another advantage was gradually picking The I I
to be found in the ornamental shoes up. Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE I
opinion seems to be that the Euro- ,
which allow it.You. I
1 are indispensable to the modishof
both sexes today.It pean war can not last very much can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy j

is American acuteness to business longer. Many hold to the opinion thatit We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years.NrERUI'S of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer- 1
i. opportunities which has led to will surely end this summer. chandise, at right pricesr" 1 I4
the gay decoration of the feet which I
: :
now promenade the streets of New

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SOCIAL CALENDAR At The Churches Admission 5 Cents U !

April 4 to 10. :


Easter services at all the churches. CHURCH MONDAY'S PROGRAM
Services every first and third Sun-
Monday 5 Reels 5
day in the month, at 2 p. m., at Sev-
Entre Nous Club Mrs. Leon B.
Fort. enth Day Adventist's building West Animated Weekly. All about the 1
war autos of
Central .
Dance Elks Hall. avenue.G. Frontier. "The Scarecrow's Secret -
W. Ruehle
Rebekah Degree Lodge guest of I pastor. "
a drama of the Rockies. I
honor at I. O. O. F. Hall. --0- "
CHRISTIAN D MISSIONARYALLIANCE )Iutt and Jeff a big three reel \
Monthly meeting of the Woman'sAuxiliary 'I comedy.; You all know Mutt and Jeff. = s -

Chapter House. (22 West Tine Street) and you know ;you can't afford to
Tuesday Services as usual. At 2:30, Sunday miss it when ;you can see it for the
Easter egg hunt at Chapter House, o
school. At 3:30 and 7:30 small price. 0
p. m.Mrs.. Chester Goodrich, hostess for preaching by Rev. J. G. Printer, from 'THE ROMANCE OF A POOR Five cents to all-

the Tuesday Bridge Club. Ocala, Fla. Don't fail to hear him, For Easter Buds and Blooming Brides We haven't been in busi-

Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. and bring your friends. .YOUNG MAN"A NOTICEAll ness all these years without knowing what's appropriate as pifts.
Miller Sorosis hostess.Club.Rehearsal CHURCH ll Our store is a panorama of blazing sparkhnjr jewels at prices

of Mendelssohn Choral. (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) Biograph Special Feature Sir Knights of Olivet Com- lower than the lowest. Our money back guarantee with everything.
Wednesday Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister. mandery X.). 4, Knights Templar, an'
Morning service at 11 a. m.; sub- visiting Knights having uniforms, are
Twentieth Century Club Mrs. J. B. complete two parts.
:Magruder, hostess. ject of sermon "Is Death the End?" requested to meet at the Asylum; Sun- ALLEN & CO. JE YELERS_ .
Mrs. Abberger entertains Wednesday Unity Circle on Wednesday after- day, April, at 3:30 p. m., to attend ,
Card Club. f noon; Miss Gordon will read "The the Easter service which will be held 16 zd]
Unity Circle. War Brides." at St. Luke's Cathedral atI o clo-k. : I I. Dt zGETTING .
Men's Open Forum. -- The Tt-mplar service will be used.
Cathedral Needlework Guild, Chap- FIRST IETIIODIST CHURCH Sermon by Bishop Cameron Mann.
ter House 3:30. (Corner Main and Jackson Sts.) "SOPHIE'S HOME Alfred W. Bumbv. E. C.
Miss Elizabeth Porter entertains at John B. Ley, pastor. Wm. R. O'Neal Recorder.
1 Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Easter service -
bridge-luncheon, m.
Thursday"Gentlemen's p. :: A large class of young people Drama. READY FOR BUSINESS
evening" at the Ros- will be received into the church. Eas- [L ;

alind Club; Mrs. Cheney, chairman.The ter missionary offering. LucerneTOMORROW is easy with our paints. Just open
Bachelor Girls; Miss Jean Per- 11 a. m., sermon by the pastor; subject the can and begin with the brush, ;
son hostess. "If a Man Die Shall He Live 1
Here and There Club; :Mrs. Z. V. Again?" At night: there will be a They are already mixed and the col-
Raulerson.Kil beautiful Easter music program, and
ors ingredients are of the highest
Kare Klub. consisting of solos, duets congregational "THE LEVEL"A :
Annie Coleman Chapter U. D. C., and full choir selections. Thisis grade known to the paint trade. Get

Chapter House, 3 p. m.Friday our regular monthly musical. painted up for Easter.
I Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Vitagraph Drama. I

Mrs. DeWitt Miller, hostess for the Senior League tt 6:30 p. m.
Nullos Club. have At the morning service Mr. Ley will "RUNAWAY JUNE" Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Garden party; Judge and Mrs. War- distributed beautiful Easter
low and Miss Harlow, at "Graycroft. souvenir programs. Be sure to get 205 S. Orange Avenue i
Saturday one. Getting better each episode.

Entre Nous Club. --0- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 I
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. '
:MINORLARSONWEDDING Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Un- "A MAN AND HIS WORK'
YESTERDAY. I reality."

Yesterday afternoon at five o'clocka Wednesday evening service at 7:45.
very pretty home wedding took Third floor corner South Orange A Majestic Drama. WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. avenue and Church street. Entranceon
Zebulon Vance Raulerson on Amelia Church street. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen :Man do it.
avenue, the contracting parties being --0CATHOLIC- "ABOVE PAR" Something new Something: New I
:Mr. Edward Arthur :Minor, brother- HURCH Try it. Ask About it.
in-law of Mr. Raulerson, and Miss Easter Sunday the annual celebra- r Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
Ethel :Mae Larsson. Rev. Dr. Jno. W. tion of the Lord's Resurrection from 5 cents 10 cents A Reliance Drama. I three or more
Stagg performed the ceremony in the the tomb. Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
presence of the immediate family of Mass and sermon, and general communion COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
the groom and bride and a few invited 6:30 a. m. POTATO SALADJ.
guests. After the ceremony ice cream High mass and sermon 10 a. m.
and cake was served. Much amuse- Subject of sermon, Christ's Return TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY "A LUCKY LEAP" R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
ment was afforded at the cutting of From the Dead the Basis of Chris-
the wedding cake, when the mother of tianity." Phone 26 Bakery
the bride cut for the thimble, the best Rosary, sermon and Benediction, AUTOING NORTH? Automobilemechanic l Keystone Komedy.
looking old maid in the company cut 7:30 p. m. at present employed,
would like to drive back .
for the ring and the officiating cler- Sermon "Christ's Commission to some car -
gyman cut for the dime. After a Teach and His Promise to Be With north. Address "North; care Sen
most enjoyable commingling all joinedin the Teachers Commissioned." tinel. 4-4-3t FIVE BIG REELS FOR THE

felicitating the young couple and The Mass de Angelis will be ren- WANTED An Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results I
wished for them long life, contentment dered by the choir at 10 a. m. experienced, respon SAME LITTLE PRICES
All welcome to all services sible Northern man sees a good
and all necessary in basket and in the
stove. Catholic church. business chance in Orlando but lacks
sufficient capital. Will some one back
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OF SOCIETY INTEREST.The NOTES. Very Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. Business," care Sentinel. 4-4-3t

of dance Country April Club.will be the scene Holy Holy Communion Communion, 7:30 and a.sermon m. 11 FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
a mer home known "Michigan
22.0 a. m.Children's. my as
Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue,
Easter service 3 .
Mrs. Otto Grassi and p. m.Knight's
west. All or part of this nine room
New York, who has been the guest of There will Templar be no morning service,session 4 p. m.of house, with barn, hen house and four Established 1886
her mother, Mrs. Harold Bourne departed
the school lots; all conveniences. See me soon
Sunday and no service in
last evening for her home.
the evening. please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf
One of the pretty social affairs an- There will be evening prayer and WANTED-Boy between 14 and 16
nounced for this week will be the confirmation with address by the CURTIS & O'NEAL
bishop at St. Luke's Cathedral tonight years of age to wait on trade and
meeting of the Twentieth Century deliver
packages. Opportunity for
(Easter 7:30. choiris
eve) at The
Club on Wednesday afternoon with advancement to the right kind of boy.
requested to attend and to remain
Mrs. J. B. the
Magruder at Empire
No application given consideration
. hotel. for a brief rehearsal of Easter music unless -
after this service. references accompany it. C. D., INSURANCE LOANS
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care Sentinel. 4-4-3tc
Judge and Mrs. T. Picton Warlow -- -
and Miss Warlow will entertain to FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. Jno. W.
Stagg, D. D" pastor.
party Friday afternoon from
3 to 6 o'clock at their delightful home, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. & RE AL ESTATE RENTALS
O'Neal, superintendent.Men's Forage Company, grocers said
"Graycroft. This will be one of the
Bible class in auditorium at yesterday: "Keep our column of Saturday -
most pleasing social affairs of the
week. 9:45 a. m.Services. Specials in the Sunday issue.
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. We are deluged: with orders. Advertising .
--0At "
the Mendelssohn rehearsal on Communion at morning service. in the Sentinel pays.

Tuesday evening work will be begunon Morning" sermon, "Life Through
"Pinafore the comic which
the club will present early in May. The evening service will consist ofa
Much interest is being shown in this special musical program for Easter I.V.. Phillips & Son have sold a
music and a large attendance is expected arranged by Mr. Carr. number of cars recently, among the For Sale I
at this rehearsal, which will be Young People's Society at 6:30p. happy buyers being J. A. Caplinger,
held at the Presbyterian; vestry at 8 m., in the lecture room. 1914 Cadillac; Mrs. E. Hoequist
o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on Dodge; G. R. LaDew, Mt. Dora,
--0At Wednesday. Dodge; and several others. The company House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price
the U. D. C. meeting to be held A cordial invitation is extended tall o' is expecting a load of six new
Thursday several important business services. Seats free. Dodge cars by April 15. These will

matters will be discussed. Arrange- have the wide tread. $4500.00. A bargain.
ments will be made for the memorial EASTER MUSIC AT THE BAPTISTCHURCH

service April 26, and delegates to the
state convention of the organizationto Morning
be held the first week in May at Anthem, "Christ Is Risen" (Caleb
Live Oak will be elected.ADDITIONAL Simper). WEDDINGStationery
Solo Mrs. Thompson.
LOCAL Anthem "If a Man Die" (J. W.
Rush & Holbrook yesterday: sold a Solo. Miss Weeks. f

new Mineola.Mr.Hupmobile. to R. E. Black, of Anthem, "Say, Watchman, What o
. the Night," with solo part by Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Richards and
. daughter Miss Fay, of Decatur, HL,
arrived in Orlando yesterday over the Empire Hotel Invitations
Atlantic Coast Line from Jacksonville -
and expect to remain until the
middle of May. They came to escape :30c.-SUNDAY DINNER-:50c. Announcements METHOD !
the inclement weather which is prevailing Cream of Chicken Soup
now throughout the North. Celery Pickles At Home Cards

Baked Red Snapper Tomato Sauce My method has paid both myself and clients well.If .
Mr. and Mrs. Justin
Buskirk Fricassee of Chicken
have returned from their sad missionof Roast Beef au jus Calling Cards you are interested in Real Estate,
conveying the remains of their son. Compote of Rice with Peaches
Mr. Henry Van Buskirk. who died ina Mashed Potatoes Buttered Beets
hospital in Boston, Mass., mentionof Creamed Cauliflower IT
which was made in the Sentinela Candied Yams
couple of weeks since to their old Strawberry. Ice Cream Cake J. P. STEVENS WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS
home in Bald :Mount near Scranton, Cheese CrackersTea
Pa. where the remains were interred. Coffee
Henry was ab right and exemplary. ENGRAVING CO
young man, and many friends deeoly
sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. Van
Buskirk in their loss. I 47 Whitehall St. AtlantaOSTEOPATHY
Wood Yard I Real Estate

Mr. Jas. W. Crawford, who has !
been the four weeks
with his spending family, who past are pleasantly I I Removed from Pine St. two blocks RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE

located at 100 Liberty street for the north on Railroad, west end Washington
winter left yesterday for Pittsburgh, Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building
ParIr.. St. Plenty of Veneer Cores
Crawford, who is a prominent
and successful attorney; in the at all times. DR. J. C. HOWELL Phone 555
Keystone State brought his family
to Orlando last season and they wereso Osteopathic Physician and SurgeonKirksville
well pleased that their return this Graduate
year was inevitable. Mrs. Crawfordand B. W. KINGSLEY Consultation Free
her two attractive children, Virginia Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
and James, will not return to HoteL
the "Smoky City" until the last of PHOXE3U Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
.May. Orlando Fla.


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, Lake TRACY- & repairs MOORE of, CARPENTERSHouse all kinds done J umber: La"t11 slid: Shingles:

Site SENTINEL promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty; ,
sleeping porches, counters, shelving, -
garages, office fixtures; window and
WANTSThe door frames made to order. Get our
orices. 18 East Church street. A
postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo v


:Morning Sentinel Want N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
Directory is the Greatest Want before letting contract, if you are go- KLAN ) ( )
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. ing to build' and want the best house
possible for money invested.P. .
Terms Cash in Advance. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES

lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t WANTED-An experienced married Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on two For Three Days ____________50c business man wants a situation ,
$15 acre.60'acres For Six Days _______________75c April 15th or May 1st. Resident of
per For One Month ____________$2.50 Orlando. Member Masonic and Red -- ---
brick road. This rate applies on all ads of Men orders. Must have it. Employednow.
mile off
25 words or less. If the ad con- Good reason for change. Ad- fK
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate dress D. A., Box 474, city. 3-30-Gt
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- EXCHANGE-Choice: land for a good
sertion.If automobile. T. J. Wilson, R. F. D.
you can't bring your ad to No. 1, city. 4-2-6t "
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- "A HAPPY EAST R
counts opened by telephone will be SPECIAL COACH FOR NEW YORK .
payable the following day. April 6th, at 7 p. m. Rate $17.60.
See Wm. Morris, 404 West Church .
Every Home-Every Business- street. Phone 622. 4-3-St
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. Get the news in the Sentinel first.

J Watkins! Block PHONE 504 WANTED-Good boys about fourteen You will certainly have a Happy Easter in your home if your meals 1

years of age to carry paper routes. .
FOR SALE Must have bicycle, and be familiar are cooked with Gas. There is something about a Gas Range that makes

I FOR 90 DAYSYou : FOR-top SALE-One notch condition beautiful, as good piano as new, in with town names to which of he streets is district Also of a woman happy, you know, and when a woman is happy about getting the
able to do good collecting. For infor-
and of make at bargain fig-
can buy foundation ure if splendid bought at once. Also some mation, address or call at this office. meals the whole family is happy too.

stone building blocks, side- dressers and beds. Going North. Box 3-24-tf

l" walk tile, or anything in my 75. 4-3-3tc PARTY FORMING, special rates to Of course, if her gas range i is out of whack the woman i is not so happyas
line at reduced. Call around New York, leading Orlando night
FOR SALE-One Studebaker auto
April 8th, via Atlantic Coast Line and she might be.
and let me surprise you on 20 horse power; two safes and fine
prices. :":..: __ store fixtures. Inquire Phone 570, Savannah Line. Special through car
Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo. From Orlando to Savannah. See Mr. Maybe its some trifling piece of adjustment needed. Perhaps the oven
F. D. GORE, 4-2-6t A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando.
3-26-tf does not seem to bake "just like it used to." Call for one of our troublemen.
f Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome
for small family; garden Take your Kodak films to Robinson. It won't cost you a cent.
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH growing; fruit, shrubbery and flow- 3-3-tf
F ers; six rooms. Apply 510 Marion
tl 3-7-lmo HOOSIER SPRING WATER-Just stove is out. Gas stoves will out
avenue. Maybe, however, your worn wear ,
tI received 60 gallons Hoosier Spring

I FOR SALE-Modern home; eight water. $1.20 for 5 gallons. City Drug even though they are long lived. Rust plays a strong part in wearing out
Store. Phone 632. 3-31-6tc
rooms and bath; orange trees and
I, large oak; seven minutes walk toostofTice. gas stoves in this climate. Our experts will gladly call and tell you
Office corner Orange Avenue and 412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo STREET BETWEEN AND MY SENTINEL:HOME OX OFFICE.WEST whether it will pay to have it repaired or to get a new one. I .

r Church St., Davis & McNeil Bid?., I REWARD FOR RETURN TO W. C.
f I r Phone 419. cottage, seven rooms and story bath, ESSINGTON. 4-2-tf If there is anything wrong, let us fix it; but don't blame gas as a fuel.It .

t I modern conveniences, roomy porches LOST-On Orange avenue, Thursday and then
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. is the best there is some.
i morning, a woman's dark blue
2-23-tf reefer. Finder please address Lock
Box 101, Maitland, Fla. 4-2-3tc
LPRODUCTS FOR SALE-:Story: & Clark upright
grand piano won by :Miss Myrtle COME, join first class party for New
Weeks in the recent contest will be York, through car by S. A. L. andB.
The Wakefield Preserving Com sold for benefit of Baptist church & O. R. R., on April 28th. Apply
building fund. Piano may be seen 212 Ridgewood avenue. Pullman reservations -
pany of Geneva, Fla., had a display of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. can be had. 4-2-ltc

orange, grapefruit and guava Jellies Weeks 10 Washington street. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
1-13-tfc For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -
and Preserves at the County Fair go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf

that were admired by all who saw FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
and tools best farm in county; va- BUYERS AND SELLERSI GAS DEPARTMENT
them. riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- buy, sell rent, and real
This company now has a display in to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- over 30 years. Have handled over
our window. Be sure to see it.
er. 1-16-tfc 20000000. Call and see mo.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An .

FOR RENT -- ------
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TOURISTSshould 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
FOR RENT-Two at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
suites of rooms for
light housekeeping; summer rates;
take some of this Florida Fruit close in, in a pleasant neighborhood; PHONE 646
near Eola park. Address "Rooms,
home with them.CARUTHERS.
F. P. R.." care Sentinel. 4-3-Gt For Eight Cylinder adillac tr

seven rooms Attractive
and bath, unfurnished; ten minutes BARNARD & SON Way"
& GORE walk from court house. Applv of
owner, W. N. Hurd, 110 Summerlin
Place. 4-3-St 17 12-10-lrn Hughey Street :Orlando. Fla. Florida to Northwest '


New Modern G Grocery FURNISHED week. Apply ROOMS Room-7 Two, over dollarsa Model p L. & N. trains give service to all the leading centers in the .

Cafe, after 6 p. m. Young men pre- Do Your Dixie Central West and Northwest. They run from Jacksonville

ferred. 436t'FOR Limited to a dozen important terminals. At these they connectIS

Phone 200 RENT-Desirable 4 room flat, fastest promptly for all the surrounding country. Chicago.St. .

with bath room, in business district. ElectricFixtures finest trainto St. Louis, Cleveland I ,Cincinnati:, Indianapolis, Louisville -
Rent reasonable. Inquire the Hammond the Northwest
6 and 8 East Pine St. & Bunch store. 4-2-3tc Look and the only through Atlanta, Montgomery, Knoxville Nashville
aervicroutofJacksonville. Evansville and Grand Rapids; are -
FOR RENT-For the summer season,
a furnished bungalow, suitable for in the forenoon. A 6rst-daSl -. among the cities reached bytrains I y !I I I
small family; fine location; an ideal Old and train for first-class travel. direct from Jacksonville.South '
home. Rent $18 month. AddressE. .
per Dixie Flyer it the year-round Jack- -
Orlan J. T., Sentinel office. 4-1-6tc kon>ille to Chicago train Leaves the Atlantic Limited
oas jog oo Worn Out ? : ... .
former city every night 8:30: p. m.,arrives iitiP':'
room TLu popular train runs daily by way of Atlanta
nished unfurnished Chicago early I the second morning.Montgomery .
or ; rates to .
and Kno\\ille: to Cincinnati. Lou"x I ,
permanents; close in; vacancies in Route the .
Express is C
houses all I have established a plant for (1enlaod.lnl..napoli.n.1 l intermediateponts.
two improvements. See
; .
ID S tJ al night train from Jacksonville fortLouis. ,
owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. L SoiiiJ: thnnj;h steil I train out of
DRAWING ROOM 3-30-lmo the refinishing of all metal Through sleeper dining-car service" J.ukson\illeat: / R 15 p.m. diy.! .arriv-

fixtures and brass beds. This Some L. & N. Service Points jag('tncinnatiandLoui.vcrary:!! !
Sleeping Car FOR RENT-New, Modern Five ;' nest evening-one night oat.
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. I work is done at a small cost, and Timecards and information regarding schedules furnished on appli ; Electric lighted roacbes.dra.iD : :

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- cation. Tell us when you plan to start on your trip,where you want to oom and obicrvsithleepers. .n >
First Car on March 16 mer, or by the year, cheap. T. A. makes your fixtures look like go and what route you preft'r."e will work out the schedules for you. .Iiningear.!set-

Yancey. 3-28-tfc new. Reservations cheerfully made. Write,wire or 'phone us. When you get to meal ,me-luding supper; |

VIA I FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con Jacksonville we will see that your tickets are ready for you and assist you inchecking )' (leaving; Ja" ksonvili!*,
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. Stock of second hand fixturesfor baggage; ,etc. Oae of our representatives u: at all cur departing trains. y D-vh-ht I i n i

Knox. 11-3-tf sale. Help in planning trips gladly given. If you are undecided as to routes drop us a want ; through; OeorKenturt:'

Atlantic Coast Line Perhaps we can make a suggestion that will ia.erest you and help to a decision. We .- Tennt's.o ;. 't
NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Phone 652 and I will call and &
to serve you in all travel matters Give us the chance an J see how quickly we will respond, ;
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Standard Railroad of the South 10-25-tf .
estimate your job. H. C BRETNEY, Florid. Passenger Agent Louisville & Nashville l Railroad "

Open for Passengers af! 9 P, M. WANTEDWANTED 13-1 West Bay Street Bell 'Phone 1671,Jacksonville, Florida

Direr and diverse routes to the California EiposiUons Waite for details
Tuesdays Thursdaysand -A five passenger automo- L. W. LEWIS.
bile; must be in first class condi- -
tion. F. A. Lowe, 501 West street -- -- --t '
SaturdaysLeaving south. 433t.WA1i' !i!lL- :- :J :P ..

r.:" : >."_ '-
Orlando on Train 82, ED POSITION-A young
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays honest and reliable desires a ..
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and Saturdays.For tion of some kird; he i ir '\\ '! poSi-1 I DON'T WORRY -- -- -
start on a small sal::ry and work ; lase I
can use typewriter. Address F. P. R.. ' on Reservations A. (IC. L Local and Tickets Ticket care WANTED Sentinel.-An old square 4-3-6t piano; I If you are disappointed CLINT BASSWest i Finle y'Pioneer Paint &)Wall PaperStore !

don't care whether it plays or not. Jefferson Street
Tracy & Moore, 18 East Church St. I about getting a new Easter -
4-l-4tc Suit,we can put your Successor to Has always on hand a large and well seleC1c&!

I stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints\
old in condition -
WANTED To one good
buy automobile ingood
Hand Wood CompanyWood Wall Finishes and Painters \
condition on reasonable terms. I for just such occas- Brushes, Supplies.
9' Address D., care Sentinel. 3-31-6t

Church street, with private family; PROMPT SERVICE ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU 'AT 1 :
everything neat and clean. Board and .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
OR. L H. RAMSDELiJ room $5 per week. 3-31-6t REASONABLE PRICESDaily
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES and wagon sound.and Write harness., stating Must terms be young and I Steam Cleaning reading of Sentinel ads is I BONE 67 Corner Pine and Courtr" !

AND DO ALL KINDS OF giving full description. Address Pressing and Repairing sure profit. Don't pass that part of
I .
a OPTICAL REPAIRING "Mule," Sentinel office. 4-2-3t the paper by.



O.A..RL S ANN EE.A.L I 2I4.2'E CO.

Sold 368 pieces of property in 1914.( They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you mustdo

one thingSATISFY


'To satisfy they must have bargains for buyers---and buyers for bargains. Their record is on record. Look it up and write for Red Book.


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Jennie Jewel Union Sunday school
Drennen NotesDrennen T H K
,and Ladies' Auxiliary. All residents I
of Drennen well Pine Castle nad
as as

Fla., April 2,-Miss Swit- Conway interested in the work of I
these organizations are invited to at- PERU PANAMA HAT
zer, of Orlando, was a mid-week visitor LO.
of Mrs. Nathan Stone's.Mr. tend and bring well filled baskets for
the picnic dinner. A silver collection
and Mrs. Spencer Braddock and
will be taken for the chapel building
. daughter and Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith I
and daughter will leave Monday to
The fine team of Thomas Frint's
spend some time at Waycross, Ga.

Nathan B. Stone, president of the road became Tuesday frightened by an on accident the Pine to Castle the I I M : rck's Pharmacy, 21 S. Orange Avenue

New Haven Business College, of New
harness and ran away throwing
Haven, Conn., is expected here Sat- ,I I
Frint, her youngest daughter and
several weeks with I I 3 W this of all de.tectives
urday to spend can greatest
i eldest daughter, Miss Greta, from the
his family at "The Oaks," Lake Jen- I go straight to the
carriage. All were badly bruised but I III I I heart of any mystery, find
nie Jewel. I none seriously injured. The wagon [Qo- clues the police have overlooked
Miss Greta Frint goes to DeLand,i II was demolished. I ,and make criminals j$4T.
do as he tells them* s 7 q{r i
Monday, to attend the summer course April 15 has been chosen as the I hid.5):
What wonderful power is ,
of Stetson University. I date for the entertainment entitled t denbehindthisswelloftheciubs .
William Lemmon is painting his ,"A Living Magazine." About thirty whose brain works like lightning
bungalow the Pine Castle road. I ,whose nerves are of steel, "
on {will take part and you will find the I
I who defies death and danger
Friends have received word of the latest fashions as well as art, musical, I: with a smile? .s

. safe arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I I editorial, and other departments. 1 See Herbert Rawlinson, that finished -
Butler at Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. But- j A short session of the Sunday 'I and polished player of the movie
I world in this treat part. positively "he 1
ler expect to return here early in the 'school will be held Sunday, after most remarkable detective character
ever staged in the entire w)'Id. .
fall and make many improvements to !j which the Rev. Mr. Bedinger, of Cincinnati '--
I See The Black Box, the World'smost -- : :
their property.Mrs. j will preach. All are cordially fascinating Serial and, you will see I
Arthur Lemmon entertainedthe fin acting more wonderful scenes more
|:invited to attend these Easter ser- I exciting episodes than you ever n y, { ,
Ladies' Auxiliary Thursday af i'vices. .dreamed were po>s.ble I Over twelve bales of genuine Panama Hats are being sold by

ternoon. The early part of the meet- i I Franklin E. Brewer has been ap- before You you must can see julge The it.Black because Box "Y is the importers at $1.75, $2.75 and up. Direct receivers in the!\

ing was devoted to an unusually interesting i pointed administrator of the estate It entirety It's in a ana cUss distinctly by itself differ Se'y a rough, fresh and natural. Thirty-eight days from Ecuador and 1

talk given by Miss Switzer,.of his father, the late Eugene Brewer. aside one night every week to- t Peru, South America. t tOur
at present stopping at Orlando. Miss I j

Switzer gave a brief account of her &eTHE reputation is well known from the Atlantic to the Pa-
visit to Egypt, the Holy Land, Pas- I 15 cific. Small profits and quick sales make our success. Each

." sion Play at Oberammergau, and other DINNER BLACK ., hat is built by the Spanish process to satisfy the individual taste
places of note. As she was in Germany I 2X EpisodesOne : of each and
Hand's Pure Ice Cream, moulded in lady gentleman. Buy from the importer and savemiddleman's
when the war broke out she The Photoplav a
t shape of Easter lilies and bun- profits.
; eggs
was able to give a graphic descriptionof I Supreme weekROOF

the conditions in many countries at t ny rabbits. Phone 566.I32tc \ Remember, If You Buy Your Hat Elsewhere, We Both Lose.
that time. In order that many mem- I GARDEN THEATRE
Special lot of ladies' white waistsup
bers soon returning North may be
to $2.50 all sale at I
are now on
able to attend another meeting, the r-D OY
50 cents each at Slemons' dry goods(
president, Mrs. Humphries, will ;

8th.tertain the auxiliary Thursday, April and millinery store. 4-3-2t I -- ((UNIVERSAL) Tn Our Ik J ll t

Saturday, April 10th, a picnic will wish, we can match what you have. < i
be held at Gatlin woods by the Lake Waring Realty Co. 4-1-tf : + Beiiarlllle'utI

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenienceof

Operation For ExchangeTwo -

: Remington iX-raw ,- Remington Good Farms 160 acres Kansas

100 acres in each farm in cultivation, have wheat crops now growing, they are
want good lands in Orange County, must
will I trade
encumbered for
be good farm lands. These Kansas farms $1600.00;

Quality Q V Refinment are worth $25 per acre. These farms equity for Orange County, Florida, lands.

Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C.

Annual rental for 16 houses$2904.00 !I Want to trade this property for good land,

Electric and Gears Shift Automatic- Annual expense on the 16 houses$1632.50 '
Lighting Starting. groves, Farm or City Property in Orange

Net income per annum ________$1271.50 I County. Make us an offer.
ally. Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches.

Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit One of the best farms in the State of GeorgiaLocated

three miles from Plains, Ga., Want to exchange this farm for n good

on fine road. There are 440 acres and 300 small grove and small farm, in Orange

acres in cultivation; plenty of tenant County, Florida. What have you to offer

THE APPEARANCE{ { THAT COMPELS ADMIRATIONIn houses, and good eight room dwelling. for this elegant farm.

a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situation 574 Acre farm in GeorgiaOne

half in cultivation, near fine Academy dition; plenty of barns, stock sheds, etc.

.-- A REMINGTON lends on good road; runs 40 to 50 plows. This is This place equipped as it is is worth thirty

,. not a rundoplace, but is in perfect conthousand dollars; we want to exchange it
a tone of distinction to dition; has $15,000.00 worth of stock and
for a Florida Hotel worth the money do
implements, feed grain, etc., now on place.
the occupants. All of the dwelling is modern and up to not submit old dilapidated property that

date. All tenant houses in first-class conis not worth the money.

3r Fine business block, seventh street, Washington, D. C.

The that
power commands -
y Brick business block on seventh street, i $4,000.00, long time to run. Want to

": respect. Washington D. C., with flats on second trade this equity of $7,=00.00 for a good

floor, rents for $60.00 per month, always:,
grove, well I located.
rented, price $12,500.00. Encumbered for
Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn,

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim WARING REALTY COMPANYR.


D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish we can match what you havef" j


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CHAMPION TOMATO RAISER OF with-the canning of the strawberries, I

NORTHERN STATES TELLS cherries, peaches, tomato butter and
A Fine Sweet Pipefor
HER STORY catsup, apple jellies and gooseberryjam.

b Wellington.. With it, can be sure SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! !
you you Iowa Young Woman Encounters Dif "As to my other club work, I will
of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't have the
ficulties in Making Fine Recordin I at Des Moines
dean and say that was duringthe
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington
tractable. Saliva can't get to the fire to boil and Department of Agricul state fair, and helped to record Garden and Field Seed
ture Club and care for the exhibits sent in by
splutter. /
club members. I also gave a canning
Washington, D. C.-Miss Eloise demonstration for the county teach-

Parsons, of Clarinda, Iowa, is the ers' meeting at Clarinda on the 26th :
Wellington young woman whose record in the department of September. The demonstrationwas 1 Golden Dent Corn, quart ____________ __________10c
of agriculture's garden and held in the domestic science I
canning clubs was the best of the rooms at the high school building. I Hickory King Corn, quart _______________________10c

is made on the correct pipe principle. It won't .r thousands made by members in the 33 took my own canner, tomatoes and I Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart _________________15c .

foul and it can't dog. Come on in and pick the Northern States. Miss Parsons ob- apples, and most of the other necessi- I Country Gentleman Corn, quart __________________15c

:shape you like best-every one a masterpipe.25c tained a yield of 5,318 pounds of tomatoes ties, besides most of my collection to '! White Dent Corn, quart --_______________________lOc

35c 50c. up. : from her tenth-acre plat. Her show the different things one can conj j Hasting Prolific Corn, quart ____________________23c;
costs were $15.61, and her net profitswere by this method.
Look them the Made In serve | Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. __________________lOc
over at AmericaGOOD $115.57. Her costs cover every "As a summary I will state that
( Kentucky Wonder Beans, ___quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
item of expense in raising the crop,, my expenses were $15.61 and my |I
including rent of land, her own time profit $115.57, besides winning $23 in Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
AND BAD CIGAR STOREOUR I (estimated at 10 cents an hour), fer- prizes at the state fair. I have enjoyed Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans ____quart, 3:>c., 3 quarts $1.00

tilizers and sprays. She describessome this work, although it has been i Lima Beans, quart ______________________________30c
of her difficulties in obtainingthis long and sometimes a bit lonesome.It .
Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 33c.=> 3 quarts $1
result as follows: has been a way by which I could
MOTTO : "I decided I would try and have not only have my own spending Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. __________________G5c;

ripe tomatoes very early and so ob- money and pay my expenses at the Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. ___________________GOc .

Small Profits and Quick Returns." tain good prices for them. So in the farm camp, but I also have a bank Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ------________________75c

latter part of February I planted the account of $60." Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c., 2 quarts for 25c .
early variety in three boxes whichc I Another member of the and
"Tampa Special" is the best hen feed made or sold garden Black Eye Peas ___________________________quart, 18c
anywhere regardless of cost. To introduce it, we will, placed on a shelf in front of the south cannig clubs in the Northern States,
Whipporwill Peas ________ ___quart 15c., 2 quarts 25c
windows in the In whose work is of --
for a few days, give a package of oyster shells with each dining room. a worthy special men-
sack purchased. Try it. short time they came through and tion, is :Miss Sara Dickinson, of
We are headquarters for the BEST Feeds. grew rapidly. But they began to Sharpsville, Pennsylvania. She won
grow tall and spindly, so in the latter first prize in her state with a recordof City Drug* StoreJ.
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. part of March I transplanted part of 4,966 pounds on her tenth-acre.

L. DeWITT. M'gV. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 them into small pasteboard boxes, Her costs were $12.33; her net profits,
one plant in each. By doing this I $78.61. It is difficult to compare the L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
could move them to the open with- profits made by the various young
out disturbing the roots, and hindering women in the garden and canning --

; Our New"Eola" Letter File the development of the plants. clubs, as the market prices of fresh
Then as soon as it was warm enoughI vegetables differs very widely in different -
set the rest in a cold frame, four parts of the -country, and a I
t Is proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart- inches apart each In the first I member with good :1
way. a very crop may (
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually of I GOES JUST THE SAME[
April planted the late variety in sometimes have to sell at a very low JONES
; easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young the hot bed. Those in the cold frame price, because of prevailing market
t lady can open them with perfect ease. and in the pasteboard boxes developed conditions.
These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for
a great amount of roots and were
p 35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter very strong, some in bloom, when I PHONE ROSSMORE INN you will
t files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the transplanted them to the open on the be out to dinner Sunday. 4-3-2tc

L name. 22nd of May. The plants in the hot My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
bed did not such Something nice and very attractive,
\v. BRANCH months has not changed its schedule but leaves at the
S ,
f roots, and because of this fact( and frozen oranges filled with Hand'sPure

t THE ARCADE BOOK A MUSIC STORE also that it was very dry, I lost quite Ice Cream. Phone 566. same time it always has. .
a few of them when I transplantedthem. 4-3-2tc .
After filling in for the fourth TIME TABLE
recovered and repaired
time a few vacant places still remained -
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
as it was almost impossibleto Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc I I Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, Tbe?Jeweler.
get them started because of the

CAREY HANDFUNERAL early drought. In all I had over 600
Read Down Read Up
hoed them after each rain and FOR -
--- -- -- -- --

DIRECTORAND whenever I thought it necessary. As IA. l.A.\l.! : p. 11. ;A.l\l. P. :\1. P. 1\1.
we moved to this place this spring, ;

EMBALMERAll and the garden was not plowed in the Bargain Hunters. I Orlando I 6:3010.15: 3:00 I 9.30 I.30i; 6.00
fall, many weed seeds were not de- .
se IOcoee
I 7:301' I.15 4:00 I 8.3C 12.301 5.00Winter
stroyed, and I had a very hard time
keeping the weds down. The plantsdid I Garden 7:45; :30 4"30 i 8.15 12.15, 4.45I
I Oakland ; 8:001--- 4:30 j 8.00._, 4.30
not grow very large, and as it
calls answered Promptly Dayor
continued very dry, I decided it not __ u____ ___ ____ __
Night. Hand Block. best ot stake the plants. The plantsdid
not make fine truck landon
a very great growthand 2V acres
very few needed pruning. I hoed The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
Orlando Florida.PHONE them until the tomatoes began to good street, fenced,
Orlando Florida Pocono Manor\ Pa
ripen and the plants were too large."I nearly all cleared, small ,

639. RESIDENCE PHONE picked my first ripe tomatoes on
the 9th of July. From then on the building, price $750, half J. W. HURLEY

pickings every two or three days cash, balance to suit. MANAGERORLANDO
grew larger. At first I received ten
of 3 fine
cents a pound, but soon the price be- Also a group

gan to fall so that after the 1st of building lots on East Cen-
September I received only two centsa
pound. As my father runs a dairy tral Avenue, near my resi- '

OFFER FOR ONE WEEKSome he took the tomatoes with him and dence. Improved by walks, ROOFING'AND
sold them easily to the hotels, res-
taurants, and milk customers. He shade trees, nice fence, etc. .
was able to sell almost all of them
Attractive Priceson the green ones wer gathered. until As- Price low to party who will I SHEET METAL CO. '

long as we could get a dollar a bushel build.
Property on for the tomatoes fresh and as we
were so very busy with the work of i Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
a dairy, I thought it best not to can J ,
them. I and Rubber Roofings
LAKE LUCERNEThe "After school began I was kept I

very For several busy in weeks picking it took the three DR. A. J. TAYLOR, ;i Cornices Skylights. Heating, Ventilating. Metal Ceiling,

evenings of the week to get the
Beauty Spot of Orlando entire patch and often gathered over PHONE 696 Works: 14 E. Church St. i ORLANDO

ten bushels. During the second and 905 East Central Avenue
third weeks of September we had so ,
much rainy weather that I could not -
gather the tomatoes, and after the -- -
C. A. HOVEYHammond rains they began to ripen so rapidly

that many of them split. On the 12th =

and 13th of October I had to gatherthe i c.rean1n
green ones. I gathered 1,083 I Fur-e Ice

pounds. There was no sale for these.
We used all we could and I gave some

to the neighbors, and still a great
r many went to waste, as they were wet t I
I For Easter we will make
J,when they wer gathered, and as it When you want PURE ICE

.1 &Gore : turned warm again, they rotted very I CREAM call for HAND'S. If many fancy varieties, in all .
I you don't believe that we take flavors and special moulds.
j I the greatest care in its manufacture We make our Ice Cream from ( '
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. other garden vegetables were not as EASTER LILLIES
and watch us
come up
,good as usual, we used more tomatoes I tubercular tested cows. All
: fresh. I make it. You will be surprised RABBITS
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I cans, moulds and everythingused
"I made I the detail is given.
I I a collection of canned at care every '
in the manufacture of our EGGS 1
COMPARE fruits, vegetables, and meats, which I Any kind you want, any time
: I consisted of the following: : tomatoes, Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- PISTACHIO BRICKS
beets white wax beans, green poddedbeans I you want it. In any quantity I
I OUR FURNITURE I celery, carrots, pickled onions, I from a quart up. BRICKS OF 1, 2, 3 and 4 I

I'beet greens, pumpkin, shelled beans, You are cordially invited to COLORS !
We provide the quality of furniture that has long I pears, apples, plums, peaches, cher. I inspect our factory at any I I
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I ries, strawberries, raspberries, whiteand I In fact anything you want. !
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It I ( purple grapes, sausage, chicken,, time.

wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make I I corn, watermelon' pickles, and goose- ___ __ .
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones ;,berries. I exhibited this collection at u
of this business, and that means much to any buyer. ;I the state fair and
I -

McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK club work. I did all this canning by
j the cold packed, hot water bath pro-

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando, Fla. |cess. I also canned, alone, 30 quarts W. Jefferson Street
\m .J, of windfall apples, ten quarts of PHONE 566

gooseberies, six pints of beans, 100
.quarts of tomatoes. I also helped

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l a quaintly demure air. One poor, "You can't kill a dying man" for tho
little finger pointing at man in the room, who sat bolsteredup
I scrawny was
Don't Forget! BOWLBY'5E Ii the flowers. "That's mine." she was in bed and who looked at him
murmuring, "an' that's mine" the with eyes was manifestly

i I finger shifted "an that-oh! an' ill.
I that!" She drew a long breath as if "Why, Tom." he stammered. "So
THE you're out? Well I'm mighty glad.
the cup of her Joy was overflowing and
RtTURW'An pressed her solemn little face closerto And you found my little girl She's
the window. all I'\e got Tom My money, home,

The man looked sharply at her. He wife, health-all gone. I've only her
fnsI'c5 or6dP found himself smiling at her enthusiasm. left."
The Salvation Army girl had stopped
Then he thought differently
about it and scowled. But still he scrubbing. She was still on her knees
child. watching the two men. She had witnessed -
lingered watching the Some-
BIG BANKRUPT LIEG5t1ANNOtPb thing about her went to his lonely, too many tragedies of the
seared heart. At last he spoke. "So slums not to realize that she was
face to face with a crisis. The Tis-
you own them all, do you, little girl?
stood on the outskirtsof he asked, and was amazed at the itor's silence was ominous. His heavy
a crowd surrounding sound of his own voice. eyes were fixed intently on his enemy
as a vision of all his suffering passed
a group of Salvation The child looked up. "I was just
Army people. No making believe." she said shyly. i before him.
one paid the slightest i "Would you like to own them all?" The sick man put out an imploringhand.
heed to this man with '! he asked, still wondering why he "Tom," he pleaded, "I didn't

the livid face and should speak to anyone."I treat you square. And Tie had my
pay. It was I who ruined you. who
ashamed eyes. Everyone ; love flowers she hesitated.
was craning his (: "Tell me. said the man, "If you sent you up. and I perjured**
had choose, would The intensity of her father's speech,
SALETHE neck to gape at the to which you
girl in the blue poke'i take?" the pallor of his face, alarmed the

bonnet who had just begun to sing in I! She looked earnestly in the window child, who ran to him and throwing
and little claw- ', her arms about him. cried: "Papa,
a wonderful contralto voice: I| again once more the
papa! Don't you look like that!"
like finger came into play. It wan-
. I've found a friend In Jesus: dered meditatively from flower to flowDidn't The jailbird looked at the tremblinglittle
He's everything to me. creature clinging to her battered
He's the fairest of ten thousand to mysouL
wreck of a father. And as she looked

I The Lily of the Valley suddenly the stone was rolled away
In Him alone I see from the sepulcher of his soul and
All I need to cleanse and make me fully angel sat tiiere.
I an
HAMMOND & BUNCH CO'S.Entire whole. Reaching out his hand he took that

The martial swing of the music 4y j -- of the sick man. "It's all right. Bill!"
rolled up like a battlecry.Iany beat he said huskily. "Don't say another
the measured rhythm upon the stonesof word"-a smile transfigured his
Stock Sold the street with their feet. The masklike face-"before the child.

hymn was plainly a favorite. "Glory to God!" cried the Salvation
The man with the haggard blanched Army girl in an ecstasy. "He's got the
face and the eyes that avoided other ictory."
eyes felt something roll down his An hour later as he reached the
i cheek. He put up his hand and to his I II Iv street door Captain Grace was waiting -

United States Court I great surprise brushed away a tear. for him. She touched him gentlyon
By He immediately walked away won- the arm. "Come down to the bar

dering at himself. He had not weptin racks with me, brother," she said.

years. I "The commander will be glad to see

lIe walked aimlessly on, coming at >ou."

last to a public square where benches
were placed. Here he sat down.

Next day he went up and down the Joy Without Endnow
sordid streets looking for work. There
SALE was none for him. By some mysterious -
power, everyone to whom he applied "\ Treat You Square."
AT ITS FULL HEIGTH! was aware that he had just
er, until it paused at the lilies of the
come from prison. lie had often heard
valley. "I'd choose them," she said.
his fellow convicts talk of the"hound-
The little start. "Why?"

, The Greatest Array of Bargains in the his- he ing was of the now police.experiencing" He realized that ordeal.that he questioned,"man said gave the not a child unkindly."Oh "because. they

He grew more and more bitter as he
such little thingsfaIryflowers
met each fresh rebuff. "It's just as they are weeny
of this be Sold I think; but," she added
tory County. Everything must told me, he said savagely to him-
primly and with a strangely old air, '
self; "no place in the world for a
"flowers do not become me." &
and Make Room for the Orlando' jailbird. "Why not?" & '
Quick to As day by day went by without any "Because," replied the child, turningher : %
prospect of better fortunes, his seared \
eyes resolutely away from the
heart grew like granite. lIe came to
window, "we too "
Pawnshop. hate everything and everybody; to are poor.
The slowly drew his hand out
realize in the depths of his soul that man
I of the pocket of his rough frieze coat
he outcast, but
was not only an an
and glanced at the silver in his palm.
Ishmaelite his hand against every
I "You stay here a minute, little girl,"
man. lie began to wonder how soon
it would be before he would go back. he said.
Your Dollar Will At least, there he could have shelter He went into the florist's. "How
Buy $3' much for a bunch of lilies of the val- y
and food. He consoled himself with
the thought that if society refused him ley?" he asked the pert, buxom young
behind the counter.
his living the state would notHe woman .
"Dollar a dozen during Easter," she :
often thought of the other man;
the one who so glibly swore him into responded.
Worth of Merchandise Oh, Easter, that was It! He had for
prison; who had worked next his desk
there such Institution
gotten was an
in the bank; who knew where the
"Well, do the best you can for 50
money went. There had been hours in
cents," he answered, the tk
his cell when he had said coldly to laying moneyon ycb'L ''

hImself "When I get out-" the counter ___ __ _00' ..,AaAl
wnen he came out with the lilies
I The sinister thought began now to
in his hand his quaint little friend now let the bejpctu fcc foyful.
haunt him again. If he was to go
GREATEST BARGAINS SHOES!! was still flattening her face againstthe Itt earth her
back he said, it might as well be for song fccgin.
window. "Here, child, he said
murder as for anything else; better, "take these." Let the round world keep triumph

She did not speak at first; but her And aU that Is therein.tnaisthle ..
thin hands trembled with excitementas and aislble.

I II i he bent to give the flowers to her. their note let all things blend
She took them, and for moment held
I & Smith y a
80 Tor Christ the Cord hath
p them close against her face. "How risen

good you are!" she said. Our joy that hath no end.

You can "Xow I'd better walk along with .-

you," he said gently, "or some other
Patrician and other
thief may molest you."
to $2.50 If you wish cream colored to con-
for'S They came to a tenement, before
form to the decorations, we can do
which the child paused. "This is
Leading Brands. pair shoes where I live," she said. "Please, sir" so with our pure vegetable colors.lIand's .

I I she murmured timidly "will you go up Pure Ice Cream Factory.
to our door with me? There is a Phone 566. 4-3-2tc

dreadful boy on the floor below us,

and I am afraid he might take my VARIETIES OF PEACHES SUITEDTO

LACES, EM B R 01 D ER I flowers.Together" they mounted the dark FLORIDA

stairway. On the third floor there
Washington, D. C.-Lists of the
was a sudden rush and a whoop; but
and Dress the man soon settled the "dreadfulboy varieties of peaches that have proved

and ," who returned to his lair nursing successful in the different sections of

lOc to 35c values a sore head and bursting with the country together with their approximate -

wrath.As ripening periods can now
Dress Patterns going Here He Sat and Thought. the two were mounting the last be obtained by peach growers from

perhaps; for his misery would be flfght of stairs, die sound of a glorious the United States department of ag
a %O Yard less than 1-2 the sooner over. voice was heard singing: riculture. In order to collect this information -
I So he began now to look in crowds He'll never never leave me. the department invited a
for face. watched the bank
a He had
Nor forsake here in
yet me large number of growers many
and discovered that the other man He'a the Lily of the Valley.
representative districts to advise it as
was no longer there. He said to him "
"It's Captain Grace! the child
self that when he found the face he cried joyously, "from the Salvation to the varieties which had proved

: SPECIAL would follow it It should not hide Army. She comes every week and most successful with them, and alsoto

from him. He laughed grimly at the tidies us up." she explained, "and she give as nearly as posible the aver-
Idea. There were no walls thick sings oh, so beautifully!" She rushed age date when the ripening season for

MONDAY APRIL 5th 10 enough, no doors strong enough, to through a half-open door, calling excitedly each variety began. A large numberof
a. m. keep him from his enemy when once : "Papa, Captain Grace look!" responses were received and spe-

he had found him.It The man caught a glimpse of a cialists believe that the informationthus
5 Bolts Ratine-Blue Pink Old Rose was the end of Holy week, and
Purple young woman In a blue gown, on her collected will be of value not
?I the florists' windows were a glory. knees scrubbing the floor. Then he
Roses, Annunciation lilies, violets,jon heard a man's voice say: "Back again, only to commercial growers but to
and 50c
guaranteed quality those who wish peaches for their own
1. e quils-a mass of beauty and perfume dear?" And at that voice the heartof
C tempted the eyes of all passers-by. the jailbird trembled in its rock- use. The list shows that in Floridathe
One Dress Pattern to each Customer. I hewn tomb. following varieties have been
I Even the man-the Ishmaelite, the
I JailbIrd-paused and looked in at the Never the walls so thick, never the grown successfully:
banks of bloom in the window of a doors so strong as to keep him from Volusia County (East Central)-

$10,000Vorth ol High Grade Merchandise! to Pick From ,I' shop. His somber eyes roamed over his enemy when once he had found Jewell, May 10-20; Suber, :May: 10-20;
him! Well, he had unwittingly
the the Yellow
flaunting tulips stately roses Angel, :May: 25-June 1; Hall ,
him. There he was In there, alone,
and rested on a cluster of tiny white :: 25-June 1 Waldo, :May: 25-June
May ;
COME NOW AND MAKE A GOOD SELECTION flowers, modestly hiding under their with did he a helpless hesitate woman? and child. Why 1.
leaves. Yes, there
waxen they were
I flowers?" Alachua and Putnam Counties
-hIs mother's flowers-the flowers "Where did you get your
his young wife had loved. the voice went on. (North)-Jewell, :May: 25-June 5;

I "O-o-oh sighed a childish voice by "A man bought them for me," the Waldo, June 1-15; Colon, June 15;
child answered"a kind man, who June 20-25 Taber, July 1-
Angel, ;
THEM OND & BUNCH CO'S. I him.Bowlby, the jailbiril.: looked down. A fetched me home. Come In!" she
called, back the door and
: running to ,
little slip of a girl stood there looking seizing the jailbird's hand-"come in A little suggestion for an Easter

; In the window at the elaborate dinner: Tutti-frutti bisque, nut, pas-
and She him
see my papa. pulled
floral She was a tidy little
ice in
COR. CHURCH AND BOONE STS. : ORLANDO FLA. and girl, thin.although She her had clothing solemn was eyes worn and I I looked across at the each threshold.other. The two men brick tacchio or, coffee bulk.,Hand's macaroon Pure Ice cream CreamCo. ,

The jailbird's first thought was, Pho..e X65. 4-3: 2tc(
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Cornish will serve fried spring I Ii i
chicken dinner at noon today at the
Tea Room. 4-4-ltc THis "P&UDZWT !
Try a nice parfait or mousse from MANPUTM/SNRST i >
Hand's Ice Cream Factory. Phone W I II
556. 4-3-2tc V/NGS//V TSA / f- \ I I

i/VTH T > BANS r' L=hS& V x' I- I;
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bostick, of
Jacksonville, were among the promi- : 1
PROPERlW"DOES nent Floridians registering at the San \ .\\ // 1I
Juan hotel jesterday.:
: -I
Special lot of ladies' muslin underwear -
at half price at Slemons' dry
i goods and millinery store. 4-3-2t
: U(1
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rolles arrivedin
the city yesterday and will enjoya
stay of several days before returning -
to their home in Atlanta, Ga.

Monday, April 5th, 10 a. m. f
50c RATINE 19c.
One dress pattern to a customer. ((1!
Hammond & Bunch Bankrupt Stock.
headed Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Renfroe, of Elk- -; JR4iJOHN
That's the first question hard employersof r r
hart, Ind., arrived in Orlando yester-
men ask now-a-days. Heedless spending fore- day afternoon over the Tampa Spe- .
: cial and expect to remain in this sec-
casts a bad ending. It's the young man who saves tion during the month of April.
that gets the job! Self denial gives a man first Fresh country eggs Monday spe-

trial. Do want to be first-or last? Are cial at Forage Grocery company, 20
you you cents per dozen. The Forage Grocery D. ROCKEFELLER WAS ONCE A POOR, YOUNG

going to save and win? company was busy delivering groce- MAN. SUPPOSE HE HAD NOT BANKED THE FIRST MON-
ries to 4 o'clock this lte

1 The State Bank of Orlando Fla.
have been spending the past week in
Orlando, after a month at St. Petersburg YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL EARN 4 PER CENT. IN-

50c. RATINE 19c. )\'
One dress pattern to a customer. TOMER.
i- Hammond & Bunch Bankrupt Stock.
R 4-4-lt

Peoples National Bank"IT
Mrs. T. F. Alexander and manly
little son, Franklin, who have been
J visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley fora
I couple of weeks, returned yesterdayto IS'A PLEASURE. SERVE YOU."
their home in Tampa.Mr. .

and Mrs. M. Conrady, of Brook-
lyn, N. Y., who have been spendingthe
past several weeks in Orlando,
left yesterday afternoon for their
homes in the Empire State.

Monday, April 5th, 10 a. m. iiiiiiMiiinn ' .' MMIMU
One dress pattern to a customer.
Hammond & Bunch Bankrupt Stock.
4-4-lt New Fisk PricesAt

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Epps and son,
PORCH RIGHT NOWIf Walter, who have been making Or-
lando their headquarters while mak-
ing side trips to nearby places, left New Low Prices
yesterday for Chattanooga, Tenn.

Sweet cream for whipping, at Establishing a New Standard of Tire ValuesSize

it is one Piece or Complete Hand's Ice Cream Factory. Phone

556. 4-3-2tc Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

Suite need 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
we can please Mr. George D. Denison and wife,
you you
f of Taft, are spending a few days in 30 x 31/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

r the city and will leave for Indiana 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85
f next week, where they will spend the
summer. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

t 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20
Monday, April 5th, 10 a. m.
Here are a Few SuggestionsVudor 50c. RATINE 19c. 37 x ___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
One dress pattern to a customer.
Hammond & Bunch Bankrupt Stock. If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
Porch Shades in all sizes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barney, of Kan- Station. All
Genuine Crex Rugs in all Sizes___________50c. to $12.50 sas City, Mo., are in Orlando and We Have a Service

Genuine Deltox Rugs, in all sizes __________25c. to $7.50 will have come purchased next winter a home, making to which Orlando they-

Good Fibre Rugs, 9x12 ____$5.95 after that time their regular home. Adjustments Made Here.

Genuine Cingoleum Rugs, all patterns and prices. Henry Prosser and J. A. Kling, of
Buffalo, N. Y., stopped off in Orlando
American Fibre Porch Suites, specially priced. yesterday on their way from Tampato

Chinese Hong Kong Chairs and Suites. greatly their pleased northern with home.Orlado.They are
San Juan Garage Company | |
Old Reliable Maple and Double Cane Porch Rockers and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crow and

Chairs always good. daughter, Miss Lucy, arrived in Or-
lando yesterday from Albany, Ga., to
spend a week in looking over this sec . . . MMMMMMI "*tMMIIiB .t. I MM*

Let us Save You Money tion.

Transients arriving at the San Juan
yesterday include II. C. Sloan, Jack r.
sonville; J. F. Heins, Florida; W. J.
Oscar Hand & Son Parker, Pittsburg; F. II. Burt, Tam-
pa; II. T. Moore, Chicago, and A. C.
Carpenter, Boston.Dr.
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West Pine Street and Mrs. R. Robinson, who have
been in this city for several weeks, : t f 'rat .
left yesterday afternoon for Donnelson -
Conn-, where they will spend the I II \ .-. 'k
summer. While here they made their I
home at Eola Cottage.
Mrs. Mary Brown and Mrs. J. E.
Hickey: who have been enjoying a a-
THE HAPPYEASTER : visit of several weeks to their sister, SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE Y -
Mrs. J. W. Wilmott at the Tremont
hotel, left yesterday for their homein { .......
: in the 'i- h.,
BostonIass.. INVESTMENTS, long run are : _". .

GIFT -- I placed where earning power combines with 43 i3 \.;
: Mrs. R.1.. Poole and son. Master
Merle, who have been spending sev- I GREATEST SAFETY. J '
Let a welcome gem-set ring "Happy Easter" for eral weeks in Orlando at the home of : Y '
say : Mrs. W. M. Smith on West Central I That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING 1 .
:you this coming glad season. Delight dear
a parent, a avenue, started yesterday afternoon I Y
big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or : for their home at Oceanside, N. Y. I DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER ;,,
friend. I
I Mr. and :Mr. W. M. Fonda who i OF FLORIDA.
There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than : have been visiting points in Florida I
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts including sojourn of a week in Ort t 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.
lack. : lando left yesterday for their home
in Fonda, N. Y. They will make I
And, let the ring you give be an unusual ringonethat stops at several of the principal re- ,:
is guaranteed to endure through a life of constantwear. :. sorts en route north. !
: Our line of millinery is complete I
: and new-all of the very latest in i
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry .. hats and owers. Come and look them I I
over at Slemons' dry goods and mil-
Repairing Engraving linery store. 4-3-2t1 i

.: son Mr., Donald and afternoon,Mrs.arrived-P.over Boynton Orlando the Tampa yesterday and- i Orl n BanK & Trll t C illlJan i

Special from Jersey City, X. J. They :
: are making a tour of Florida and having .
T.D.EVANSJEVVELER heard this city so highly spoken I:>
I :I Hof, could not pass it by without stop- : Consultation Incurs No Obligation. ,
I ping. They are looking South Florida
1 over with a view of investing.
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Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
: Studio will be .ready at 5 o'clock the
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