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 7, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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South Florida sentinel
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Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Orlando morning sentinel

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Orlando People To Consider


I Tallahassee 6. to the Sentinel. _" One
t April -(Special )
: IR R i other proposition that is to be considered by the legislature con-

INJAST 'S FATE cerning Orange county, will be to amend the charter of the city of SAYS GRIFFINi NOTJAW

Orlando to enable the city to employ a city manager, under the .

direction of a commission board." I i


. sent lo Mr. Johnson who is the Sentinel's representative at Talla- ;
hassee, requesting him to see Representative S. S. Griffin and secure \ I

SUCCESS CIDE ISSUE an interview, and to dispatch 100 words immediately. The .', BY 1 'ILLARDGATE

following telegram was received from Mr. Johnson at 11:48 --

GERMANY ASKS U. S S. EXPLANATION LARGE ARMIES ARE GATHERING o'clock Tallahassee last evening, Fla.,:)April 6.-"Griffin says he will push desired Will P ESENT T f FIELD m BILL RECOPTllRE $$110,000May ,

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I bill as early as possible. Nothing presented in line of bills todaClaud ,}'.- !
Germany Regards Action of But They Seem Insignificant F. Johnson." ;, And Also Lodging and Boarding: Be Less-Willard Gets a

Porto Ricans in Firing on I Compared to the Huge Ii i' House Bill-Says lie Fine Watch From Friends

Boat as Unjustified Masses in European ? Favors WomanSuffrage -Jack May Go to
"Attack"Success Conflict DEATH BELOVED WOMAN ARE YOU A SElF STARTER : Spain 1

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for Russians Washington, April .---:The state Mrs. Woodruff, 88 Years of Age, Join the Board of Trade and Be' By Claud F. Johnson Ky FnG.: Menke
Petrograd, April Operations in.. department officials are awaiting with Tallahassee, Fla." April 6.-(Special Havana, Apiil Tomorrow will 1
the Carpathians are developing un-"I deep concern the reports of the result Died at Avon Park Mon- a Booster for All Time- !; to the Sentinel.)--lion. Sam Gririn, be get-away day for both Willard and 1

'" broken success. 1. of the battle between Obregon, Car- day Afternoon-Burial Do It Now Don't of Orlando representative from Or- Johnson with their camp followersand
. Two advances are now progressingfrom ;! ranza's commander, with 20,000 men, ange county, arrived in the capital the remainder of the fight crowd.
a hinge around Bartfield, one ,: and Villa, with at least an equal number There Put It Off Friday: accompanied by his family By Thursday night Havana: will be
turning" westward towards 'an extended 1: of troops, which the dispatches and has taken up his re idem:,.' in a cleared of visitors. Willard with
line of the enemy's. defenses along i indicated began yesterday near Ira-!I Mrs. Almira Henshaw Woodruff, The Board of Trade list is dailygrowing cottage on :Monroe street. Mr. Griffin Jones, Curley and! Frazee his sparring :
the Dunajec, and the other southward 1! puato, 75 miles from Mexico City, between I aged 88 years and 6 months died at in length. Are you a mem- has been mixing with the newly ar- partners and friends, is sched- ]
from the passes beginning with the that city and Guadalajara. the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ben- ber? Every new name means just so ri-ed representntievs! from other pars' uled to l leave in the morning for Key
Uszok. ,: The officials expressed the opinion jamin Hinkley, in Avon Park, Monday much more progress for Orlando. rf the state and gettinr- line with West. From there his party goes 4o
An immense number of prisoners is that because of the number of troops afternoon at 6:30 o'clock, from Look and see if your name appearson the work that will begin Tuesday in I Jacksonville, where it remains Thursday -
now passing into the interior. l engaged, and the location of the,bat- general senility.Mrs. the list inside, or in this list. If the lower house. night and Friday.
1: tie, the result will have a great bearing Woodruff divided her time be- it doesn't make haste and join. When asked vhat new measures he They are undecided whether they
Washington, April 6.-Germany has ,. on the supremacy of Carranza or tween Orlando and Avon Park and Starbuck V. S. lawyer had to present for consideration. will proceed to New Orleans or New .
asked the United States for an investigation Villa in Mexico and may even decide was well known and highly respected.She Brown C. G.. Yo"e l-Duckw'h Co. : Griffin said he thought we h-ul enough York from Jacksonville. A decision j
and inferentially for an explanation this issue. They say the fact that was a devout Christian and her Wilmott, J. W., Tremont hotel. laws now on the statute books, in will not be reached until Thursday.
of the action of authoritiesat ;i Villa went to meet Obregon personally I I I sterling qualities caused all who knew Fishback, I). E., irrigating plants. fact, too many. an clthat he would Havana sportsmen presented Wil
San Juan, Porto Rico, in firing indicates that Villa was quite !I her to love her greatly. Herndon, A. R- civil engineer. j have but few l>:'us'Curing the session. lard with a fine gold watch at the Stadium I
across the bows of the Hamburg- aware of the supreme importance of !i I She survived by one daughter, Ferris. Jcsiih: Sentinel. I When asked if he had these meas- tonight.
. American liner Odenwald.The i the result. Mrs. B. Hinkley, and two sons, Messrs. Francisco Nick fruit stand. ures ready he replied that he would While ( urley says that the fight
vessel is still being detained at I I W. II. and Eugene Woodruff, all of hand Jno., furniture. : present the first day: a measure to receipts hate not been figured up yet
that port. Washington, April 6.-The state 1, Avon Park, and several grandchildren 1Va.'... S. Y., insurance. i regulate the size of "field"! boxes to he said that he thought it possible a aI
' Germany regards the action of the department reports today from 1 i among them being Miss Ruth Darn II. Carl real estate. I! be used in the citrus groves, establishing they} might reach 110000. >
military authorities as an "attack" on Brownsville teM of skirmishes be- ,j Hendricks, daughter of Mr. J. T. Hen- Herman, Edwin, San Juan hotel. I a standard: size box. This bill I Dick Klegan however, says that he "1
the steamship. This is indicated bya tween the Carrnnzistas aqd Villistas dricks, of this city. The funeral was Hoen: E. M., steam laundry. i has been carefully prepared and has doubts whether they will run over .
statement issued today by the Ger- at Matamoras. No bullets fell on the | held yesterday and the body laid to Jansen Carl city clerk. I been considered by grove owners and $70,000. Jones coincides with Kleganin
man embassy, which also contains an American side of the frontier. j rest in the family burying ground at Massey, L. C.. lawyer. ; shippers in the southern part of the this opinion.
allegation that the vessel was fired at I Avon Park. Robertson, W. II.. retired. I II1artcorn. state and meets with approval.The Willard's share of the money will
after she had started back into the Albert Iw, lawyer. 1 other measure Mr. Griffin will reach $15,000. Just before the fight
port and that no warning shot was STUDENTS CONTROL AUTO BY Green Henry, contractor. offer is a bill to make it a criminal] of- Willard demanded a arrangement
fired, as required by international law. Orlando Life In i! WIRELESS Tucker, J. II., county treasurer. I fense to dafraud any person, hotel or whereby he was to get 25 per cent. of
It is strongly intimated that the ., Vivian. II. A., dairy. boarding house out of board. Mr. the gross receipts instead of 25 percent
Odenwald had been delayed unneces- Paragraph Urbana, III.-Among the featuresof Catechis. D. S.. restaurant. Griffin states that the greatest bur- of the net.
sarily by the United States officials the electrical'show which will be Dolive, Louis, insurance and realty. den of these losses fall on widow women The new champion was i idolized
and that therefore the enemy had j i opened tonight by the students of the who are unable to gain a liveli- wherever he went today. lie was followed -
gained information of her intentions. I hood in any other manner, and that by cheering mobs. Willard
The Board of County Commission- University of Illinois i is a demonstra- STRAWBERRY CROP OF LOUISIANA -
Secretary Bryan said that the ques- i ers met yesterday and transacted considerable tion of wireless control of an automo- HARD HIT BY he thinks the penalty should be so severe continues to take his honors modestly. ,
tions will be taken but did in- I 1. for this offense that one Johnson the hustling to
up, not business. A greater portion bile. This feature is one of the most MARCH FROST any spent day
dicate when or how. i Hof I introduced stu- would hesitate to skip a board bill. get steamer accommodations, as he
the day was taken up with the interesting ever by
The indications however that Griffin states that he favors leave tomorrow. Just whete
are. dents. It will be similar in Mr. wants to
bricking of the Orange county high- operation. Washington, D. C.-The department
t the United States will stand the ( and that he thinks he is does not to bet:$
on ways. A full and complete report of to the work of the son of John Hays of agriculture issues the followingstatement I woman suffrage, going seem
official report made to this govern- j(t the proceedings will be published in Hammond, who controlled by wirelessthe regarding the damage doneto the question should be settled at this known. ;Ie wants to go to Buenos t
ment at the time of the incident. of small off the session of the legislature. Ayres, but this seems to be unlikely.
!I the Sentinel tomorrow. operation a ship Louisiana strawberry crop:
--()- lie will probably sail for Spain. ,
Massachusetts coast. "Reports received the office of
WAS REAL SHOW AT GRAND FIRE LAST NIGHT LITTLE DAMAGE The students have also equipped an markets and rural organization, of I Mesmer Wants Scope of Hotel Commissioner Johnson still says that he is Being I i
electrical cafe, wherein the cooking, the department of agriculture, from s Work Extended to end his days as a gentleman farmer !i
"Rule G" was a gripping Paramount -j The fire department was called out lighting and serving is done by elec- the Louisiana district, which shipped Tallahassee, April 5..State Hotel] near Paris. i
master piece presented at the I| at nine o'clock last evening and extin- I trical devices. over 1,300 car loads of strawberries in I Inspector A. L. Messmer will endeavorto Speaking of the fight today John-I
enacted at this session of the declared that the knockout punch I
Grand theatre last evening. It was ;; guished what might have been a bad 1914, indicate that the frost of March have son
full of intense interest and held the I legislature a law to provide for a didn't land on his jaw, but landed low
fire at a barn belonging to Mrs. H. FIGHT POTATO DISEASES 21st destroyed three-fourths of the ion
large audience spellbound. Its theme Sweetapple, on Robinson avenue. The crop already set, and will probably state building code, to regulate the his cheek near the ear. i
was temperance and carried with it a barn was gutted. The damage was Mipneapolis, Minn.-Beginning to- reduce the expected shipments of construction of all public buildings, i
strong and powerful message. Manager f not great. day, a three day campaign will be con- 2.000 car loads by about onefourth.The and make review plans for such state buildings mmis- ARBOR DAY FRIDAY
subject to by a
Tallman reel
announces a 'ducted against the potato diseases by plants are setting another crop,
Keystone comedy for Monday and CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP the University of Minnesota and the but heavy shipments will be delayedfor sioner. i Columbus, Ohio.-Governor FrankB.
Wednesday of next week with such The E. Ewing Drug company, at x U. S. department of agriculture in the two weeks. This measure, :\Messmer says, is Willis has proclaimed Friday ,
well known stars as Marie Dressler, Winter Garden, was sold yesterday to potato counties of Hennepin; Ramsey II | Reports from the Carolinas, central a necessity in Florida, as at present April 9, as arbor day in Ohio. In ad- -
Charles. Murray and Mable Norman Dr. Anderson, of Plant City, who will and Dakota. Losses of from 10 percent Alabama and Arkansas indicate no there is no law compelling absolutelysafe dition to the regular observance of
Manager Tallman is getting the assume immediate charge. Mr. Ew- I to 25 per cent. of the crops have. damage, but crop two weeks late." construction of hotels, churches, the day throughout the state, the occasion -
. shows and the crowds. ing will leave for Ohio in a" short I been reported in recent years in those schools, depots, public libraries, and is also known as "bird day" for'
time. Dr. Anderson, the new owner, I sections. :The government, state and DENTON CIRCULATING PETITION other large buildings for use of the the first time. Governor Willis calls |
THOMPSON IS MAYOR OF is general public. A number of promi- the schools organizations and
I a practicing physician. county experts will show by charts upon :
nent senators, when asked their viewson
CHICAGO -oNO citizens to participate.
methods for '
they suggest wiping
the question of such a law, readily
I' BETTINGIt out the blight on potatoes and other Officer Denton, who has been with Olympia, Wash.-Friday is arbor
Chicago, April 6.-William Bale was rumored that several partieswere crops. the police department until recently, agreed that such after a measure was a necessity day in Washington, by proclamationof
'was elected arrested for and that investigation of Governor Ernest Lister. Insteadof
Thompson, Republican, Monday betting on was circulating a petition among the
the bill
mayor of Chicago today over Robert the Willard-Johnson mill, but so far CITY COUNCIL MEETINGThe merchants yesterday to the effect that the requirements of they confining the celebration to tree I
Sweitzer, Democrat. Thompson's plu- as the Sentinel knows only a few cigars he would act as a night watchman for would no doubt give this measure planting, the governor urges that ?
rality about $135,000. Today's lost. their support.Mr. shrubs, bushes and plants be set out ;
was were city council met yesterday and the sum of $1 per month for each 1
also desires the
: Messmer
election was the bitterest Chicago has --()- the only thing of importance trans- merchant. The petition received a scopeof to "assist in a substantial manner in ,I I
his work extended hotel
as com-
experienced in twenty years. Over MAY LOCATE HERE further beautifying the state of
resolution introduced
acted was a by number of signatures but of the
many missioner, that the inspection of fruit "
200,000 women cat votes and their Albert E. Hartcorn, who was introduced Commissioner Johnson that the headsof merchants did not believe that extra Washington. I
votes little in the tri- at the session of the stands, bakeries, meat markets and
played no part I Monday all departments meet the first protection was needed during the
groceries be included in the law -
of the candidate.The Orlando Board of Trade is regulating
umph Republican now I
prac- Wednesday evening of every month, summer months. However, if actionis the sanitary condition, and further CATTLE DISPLACE COTTON IN
next city council will be ticing law at Zellwood, but may come the TEXAS '
beginning with May, for purposeof taken, a better man than Dentoncan stated that if such was
cratic despite the landslide to Orlando and locate.
Demo-I conference. not be found.In .
his he would
given department soon
ried Thompson into office. -0- Dallas Tex.-The land owners of
COUNTRY CLUB MEETINGThe have the entire state in a more satis-
Texas, influenced by the tempting
ON BUSINESS MISSIONS I I board of governors of the Or- factory condition. It is now believed market for meat cattle, are planning I
I lando Country Club will meet today A Joint Bill For State Wide this hotel addition commissioner to the will powers be providedfor of the to take up cattle raising on a larger i

John Baas is in Leesbure for a few I and pass upon several new applica- scale than ever before. The reduction I
at this session.
days on business.-W. W. Rose, the tions for membership. in cotton acreage the coming season
well known real estate dealer, is out --- Prohibition Has Been Prepared -Minimum-()- Law will be a big boom to the cattle indus-
B. R. T. Wants Crew
of the city for a few days on busi- II. BOARD MET YESTERDAYThe 5.-The Brother- try throughout the state, it is pre-
ness matters.-L. S. Tenny left Or- school board met yesterday and hood of Railway Trainmen will endeavor dicted. The output is expected to |
lando on a business trip yesterday.R. transacted routine business. double during the next year. Blooded 1
Claud F. Johnson I with the of. to secure the passage of an
Dixon left last evening for -0- I By j keeping expressions cattle are being brought into the state
New"York for afew days urgent busi NEW IIUPMOBILE I Tallahassee, Fla., April 6.-(Special many prominent members of both act to regulate the number of train- and attention will be paid more close-
ness. I Gray Rush, J. P. Holbrook, and W. to the Sentinel.)-The 1915 session of :j houses an effort to economize broughtup men and employes to be used in the ly to breeding.
L. Tilden have returned from Jack- the question of reducing the num- operation of trains within the state; of
sonville bringing with them the Florida legislature was permanently ; ber of senate journals to be furbished hiorida. The measure stipulates that
a new
i Hupmobile.MARRIAGE. organized this morning by the i! each member, but the question in the. passenger trains shall have not less !
., PRETTY HOME IS SOLD --()- confirmation of the choice of the cau- j senate went over until tomorrow. In than one engineer, one fireman, one BISHOP CURLEY COMING I
LICENSE cus held last night in both houses of I, the house, however, there promises to conductor, a flagman, baggageman,
I A marriage license: was issued yesterday the assembly. be a warm fight on every measure,I and brakeman; freight trains shall
'4 C. E. Saunders Purchases of by Jud Martin to Mrs. Em- ,I lIon. Charles E. Davis, senator that provides for appropriations. have an engineer fireman, conductor, Will Preach at Catholic Churcn
ma J. Todd of Orlando and Mr. JohnT. from the 10th district, was the unanimous -j A joint bill providing for state-wide flagman and two brakemen regard- I
Walter Drennen Pretty Hogg of St. Cloud. I choice of the caucus for presi-j prohibition has already been prepared less of the use of any safety appli- Next Sunday-Is Youngest -

Bungalow on Lake --()- dent of the senate, and Senator J. E. | and it is expected that this measure ances. Bishop in the
IS RECUPERATING I Calkins, of the 16th district, was will be considered early in the ses- The measure stipulates, however, I
StreetA II. C. Allen, who has been ill with unanimously chosen: president protem. (! sion. The lower house is conceded to that the law shall not apply to rail- World
the grippe, is better. I in the senate. C. A. Finley, who has j the dry column with a nice majority, way lines having less than 100 milesof I
deal was consummated in Orlan- --()- served the senate as secretary almost while the senate is about equally divided track within the state, nor to Next Sunday, April 11, Bishop Cur- .
do yesterday between Mr. Walter FROM GOTIL\ continuously since 1887, was also the therefore the fight promises to freight trains of less than fcrty cars. ley will celebrate mass in St. James : i!
Drennen and Mr." C. E. Saunders, R. M. Moseley, wife and daughter, I I'I I unanimous choice.In be most interesting.The and imposes a penalty of from $100to Catholic church at 6:30 o'clock a. m. '
whereby the latter gentleman be- of Gotha, were in Orlando yesterday the house of representatives the |: attaches for the lower house S500 for violation. He will also preach at 10 o'clock, and "
comes the owner of the pretty brown for a few hours. I I. choice of Carey E. Hardee as speaker announced at this morning's session A similar measure passed the housein in the afternoon at 3 o'clock will I
J bungalow on S< rth Lake street knownas --()- was the culmination of a strong con- ,: were: Theo. D. Turnbull, speaker pro 1913, and was favorably reported preach and confirm. Bishop Curley is r
the "Dale bun alow." TO TAVARES test that had been waged since last tem.; chief clerk. J. G. Kellum; as- hy committee of the senate, but died the successor of the late Bishop Kenny "
This is one of the prettiest placesin Sheriff Gordon left yesterday for Thursday in the capital, and only late I[. sistant chief clerk, A. G. Green; bill in the rush days of closing stilj on the of St. Augustine, and is the E"
Orlando, and while the purchase Tavares and will return with two negroes in the afternoon yesterday did the clerk, C. C. Epperson; reading clerk, calendar.Mr. youngest bishop in the world. He is I
t price was not mentioned it must have wanted for the illegal sale of friends of Forrest Lake, of Sanford, 'I' Nat R. Walker, (the original Florida I W. E. Kite of Avon Heights, is very bright, intellectual and a good [
been a substantial one, as Mr. and liquor. concede the office to Hardee. The cracker); enrolling clerk. Miss Sue in the city as a representative of the speaker. !
Mrs. Saunders can enjov the pleas- --()- taches of the house were at-I Barco; recording clerk, F.1.. York; (Continued on page 4) i
ures of a really fine'and comfortablehome WAS SENTENCED after several balolts and an sergeant-at-arms, W. R. Griffin; messenger -I FROM ILLINOIS i
which we understand they will Arthur Wiggins was sentenced to tion process which lasted until two II I i J. ::;. Rogers; doorkeeper, J. RETURN SSOON r
next seasonCIIARGE three months on the road yesterday o'clock this morning. ,, A. Cox of Lakeland; chaplain, Rev. S. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Lloyd, of Champaign II
by Judge Warlow for the illegal sale Senator II. J. Drane, of the 7th dis- : H. Howard of Tallahassee; janitor, Julian Harris, who has been in the Ill., who have been spending
WOMAN WITH WHITE of liquor. trict, who served as president of the Eugene Hawkins: pages, Carroll Bus- North for several weeks on important the winter at DeLand, were in Orlando -
SLAVERY senate in 1913, called the senate to or- i, sey, Paul Williams, Rinaldo Van business matters, is expected to return yesterday for the first time and I'
HAS RETURNEDMrs. der at twelve noon today, and after i Brunt. the last of the week. were charmed with the city. From I
Lexington, Ky.-Mrs. Jeanne Gen- H. A. Vivian has returned the roll call and reception of new I There are two women among the here they will go to points on the 1
try and her negro maid, Anna Long, from DeLand where she spent Easter members, presented the gavel to Sen- I attaches, one in either house, estab- AT MASONIC HALL West Coast. i
must appear in the United States with friends. ator Davis in a most appropriate five lishing a new precedent in the selection .
court today to answer to a charge of minute speech, in which he gave ex- of the clerical forces in the flor- Royal and Select Masters Council, THE WEATHER I
wihte slavery. The Gentry woman is We have the best in the Columbia pression to the high esteem in which I ida legislature.Both l Thursday, April 8, 8 p. m. _
charged with having enticed Ida Wil- Grafonola. Catalogues of all music the new president is held by his col- houses adjourned until ten Joseph Dawson, T. I. M. Florida: Generally fair Wednes- I
son from her home in St. Joseph, Mo. I records issues. Curtis & O'Neal. leagues. o.clockYednesday.. W. R. O'Neal, Secretary. day and Thursday.i.'f .

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I visions for the handling of the county

1 A Fine, Sheet Pipe-- POLICY OF ECONOMY BY been funds advocated will have that to be the made.county It com-has

, for you is the Wellington. With sure THE LEGISLATUREBy missioners treasurer select, requiring some reliable the paymentof bankas SEEDS SEEDS! SEEDS !

of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You wont have the interest on all funds of the county.
slightest trouble keeping the Wellington dean and Other suggestions have included that
the tax collector in each be
tractable. Saliva cant to the Ere to boil andsplutter. county Garden and Field
get Claude F. Johnson made to act as treasurer. The abolishing Seed

______ A Tallahassee, Fla., April 4.Whenthe of this county office will save
the in
state salaries and commissionsalone
Florida legislature convenes Tues- .
$125,000, and it is estimated
day morning, April 6, a policy of
that each will receive
county interest ,
will be
economy inaugurated, and an
aggregating $125,000 for
effort made to eliminate perear
any unneces- their deposits under the law
sary appropriations embodied in many total saving of $250,000 to new the state., a Golden Dent Corn, quart ------------_____________lOc
bills that have already been
Represntatives with measures proposed. The reapportionment question is Hickory King Corn, quart ------------____________lOc
carry- one that seems to be lost of
is made on the correct pipe principle. It wont f' ing appropriations will have a hard every session of the Florida sight legislature at-i Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart __________________15c

foul and it cant clog. Come on in and pick the fight.lahasseee The exudes whole retrenchment.VhiIe atmosphere at Tal- though it is a measure that is Country Gentleman Corn, quart ---_______________15c
shape like best- one a master-pipe. most imperative under the present
you every Florida has not suffered seriously conditions. The man who fathers sucha White Dent Corn, quart ---------________________lOc
25c. 35c. 50c, up. from the general business depressionover
the country the past eight measure and fights it through to Hasting Prolific Corn, quart --------____________25c
Made In final ewill win for himself
Look them over at the AmericqGOOD months servative, a methods feeling: prevails are imperative that con-at permanent passag place in the history of the a Pop Cornfor Seed or poping, lb. ----______________lOc

this session of the legislature. state. Gossip about the capitol has it Kentucky Wonder Beans. ____quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
that such a measure will be forthcom-
The financial condition of Floridaat ing. Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00
AND BAD CIGAR STORE the end of the fiscal year was excellent -
there being practically no indebtedness come Compulsory at this The is educational bound to Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

except a $600,000 bond issue institutions of the state have been Lima Beans, quart -_________________1___________30c
held by the school funds, and
there was in the general fund a bal- backing sidered early plans in to the have coming this issue sesison con-, : Burpees Stringless G. Pod Beans, quart, 35c., 3 quarts $1

OUR MOTTO : ance isfactory of practically balances in$400,000 all other, with funds.sat- and sentiment is much in favor of the I I Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. ------------______65c

There will be a large volume of legislation measure. I Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. -------------______60c

11 Small Profits and Quick Returns." and it! is on anticipated varied subjects that work, however will be, covering There have practically been laws every suggested question I Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ---------------_______75c

well under way in both branches of known to mankind but those enum- Choice Clay Peas __________quart, 15c. 2 quarts for 25c
"Tampa Special" is the best hen feed made or sold erated have gained such importanceas
the legislature by Thursday.One to be ready to ocupy considerabletime Black Eye Peas ___________________________quart, 18c
anywhere, regardless of cost. To introduce it, we will, measure that will be presentedthat
for a few days, give a package of oyster shells with each will meet with favor throughoutthe week.of the session beginning next Whipporwill Peas _____________quart 15c. 2 quarts 25c
entire state will! permit the changeof
sack purchased. Try it.
charter by cities and towns with The "Buzzard Assembly"But
We are headquarters for the BEST Feeds. out consideration of the legislature.This last of all the famous buzzardbill
will come in the form of a con- will not down. Senator Wells of StoreJ.
THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. stituional amendment. At present every Leon county, in which the capital is City Drug
session is burdened with measures located has gained much support for
L DeWITT, M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R.. PHONE 447
from various towns desirin" to make his measure providing a bounty of 25
changes and broaden the scope of the cents a head for killing turkey buz L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.
municpality.Citrus zards. 1Ir.Vells says that there are
growers truck farmers and about 50,000 buzzards in the state,
cattlemen will all come in for consid- and that it would cost $12,500 to eliMinate -
Our New"Eola" Letter FileIs eration in measures that propose to them and that this would se
elimnate diseases of citrus trees veg- $25,000 a year to the stock men of th"
etables, and also the cattle tick. Much state. After all this may go down in
proving a very popular addition to the office supply depart- work has been done by aid of the fed history as the "buzzard assembly" of

ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually eral government in these lines, and the Florida legislature.
doubtless the state will do its part JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
A child
easy to open. four year old or a weak-fingered young the this
during coming year. Along VARIED ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN
lady can open them with perfect ease. line it has been planned to extend the

These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for girls canning club work, the boys corn Wisconsin stores and factories em-

35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter clubs and provide that each board of ploy nearly 50,000 women.
county commissioners shall make appropriations Columbus Ga., has a board of trade
files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the
for county demonstration
composed exclusively of women.
name. agents in co-operation with the federal Fargo, S. D., has t'? ree women dep- '
bus line which has been for fourteen
government. uty food inspector who serve with- My serving you .

W. S. BRANCH There will be the usual liquor fight, out pay. months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
movement under to
a now being way Thirteen For Dodge, Minn., girls
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE submit a constiutional amendment for have mutually agreed to walk 500 same time it always has.
state wide prohibition. This will,. as miles each yetxr.Mile. .
usual, be a hard fought contest. Mrrie Marvingt of France is
Woman's suffrage, each year gain- considered he greatest female ath- TIME TABLE
ing in favor in Florida stands a fair lete in th world.
chance of being submitted to a vote Miss Lelen V. Drogaris $1,000a
this session of the pays Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, Tbe'Jeweler.
of the state at leg- mor h rent for a flower stand in I
islature. Many educational measures New "ork.
CAREY HANDFUNERAL have already been prepared and will In Persia girls are often married to
endeavor to provide many extensions th' r cousins in order to keep them WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
to; the school system of the state. : -.lily properly intact. Read Down Read Up
The policy of Governor Trammel1 Philadelphia now has four female
DIRECTOR to suggest from time to time needed I assistant judges, whose duty it is to I\A.l\1.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. A.l\1. r.l\I.ip. 1\1.
for consideration at the
legislation try all cases of children now under
AND EMBALMERAll coming session of the legislature has 16 of age. Orlando .
6 6.00
9.30 1.3C
30(0.15 3:00
brought out many important me.sures Mothers in Kansas are allowed a ;
that have been found necessaryby pension of $12 per month for the first I Ocoee 1.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
the various departments of str.te : child and $6 for each additional child. Winter Garden 7:30\\
government in the administration of : 4"30 8.1512.15 4.45 !

the: affairs of Florida. Among these Kodak finishing left at Robinson's Oakland 8:001---: 4:30 8.00 .- 4.30
calls answered Promptly Dayor may be enumerated: A settlers act, Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
to encourage owning of homes, to exempt next day. 3-3-tf
Night. Hand Block. a large part of a homestead
from taxation; a bill to require sep- Daily reading of Sentinel ads is
arate space for white and black in sure profit. Don't pass that part of The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
houses bill to eliminate land
Orlando Florida.PHONE opera ; a the paper by.CLINT
bill to increasethe
frauds in the state; a
Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa
penalty for drunkenness; a meas- ,
ure to require all railroads to use
switches railroad employers'
safety ; J. W. HURLEY
liability act; a bill to prohibit corpor- BASSPHONE
ations within the state issuing watered -
stocks; to provide for a water- 375WestJefferson MANAGERORLANDO ,
way across the southern part of the
state, assisting in the work of reclaiming Street j .
the Everglades; revising the .
Bryan primary law; reducing the legal Suce C..or to
interest rate from eight to six I >>
per cent., and on contract from ten to Hand Wood Company )

One measure proposed and one Wood of All Kinds
which has been favorably discussed
throughout the state, would provide a PROMPT SERVICE
Attractive Priceson system of voting for railroad and SHEET METAL CO.
traveling men, who are forced to be
away from their place of residence on
election day. This is a much desired
Property on law and will have hearty support.
Metal Slate Tile Tin
The question of protection from ,
fraud through bad checks will be tak-
en up and more stringent laws adopted. Dr. S. S. Jones and Rubber RoofingsCornices

LAKE LUCERNEThe The present law does not afford
the; necessary protection, and has CHIROPRACTOR
caused great losses in the state. 17 and SkyHgbls. .Healing. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
That the insurance laws of the state graduate Davenport College,
were not uniform was shown in a report 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ,
Beauty Spot of Orlando of the state treasurer to the governor 209. Intelligent people everywhereare Works: 14 E. Church St. ,J ORLANDO
restored to health by chiropractic
and that this defect might be being -
of adjustments, the new science
remedied, a prominent attorney
Philadelphia has been in the capitalfor of removing the cause of disease. Examination -

II the past week conferring with the free. 12-24-1mo
administration in an effort to frame
. C.A.HOVEYREAL proper legislation to._make the Florida ,. -
laws uniform with those 01 other
states. The fire insurance questionwill
take up considerable time in the
legislature, in an effort to eliminate PUl-e Ice Cream
what is believed to be a combinationof
insurance companies. which has by
comparison of rates with other states
Florida heavily. In this
been taxing r
connection sentiment is strong for a
measure that would force the invest- r
ment of a fair amount of the surplus When you want PURE ICE For Party '
premiums collected in this state in CREAM call for HAND'S. If 1.
Hammond &Qore within the
business propositions
monwealth. This would eliminate the you don't believe that we take Club I

assistance Florida insurance compa- the greatest care in its manu'We make our Ice Cream from .
nies render in the development of other Church Socialtubercular
collected facture come up and watch us
states with the money tested cows. All
each year in premiums. It is expected make it. You will be surprised School Socialat
VALUES LOW PRICES that the insurance companies will cans, moulds and everything. t
oppose any measure that would forcea the care every detail IS gIven.
revision of their rates downward in used in the manufacture of our Lodge .
COMPARE Any kind you want, any time
investments of
the compel I
state or
their funds in Florida.A you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- PicnicYou

I OUR FURNITUREWe I annual bill is corporation considered tax for providingan and rais- from a quart up. ized. I

ing the maximum charter fee to $500. are cordially invited to
which is now only $250 regardless of Order Hands Pure
provide the quality of furniture that has long r
the capital stock. Bank deposit guar- inspect our factory at any
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the antee is proposed in another measure I time. Ice Cream I
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. suggested.

It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We ca 'I make Throughout the state the questionof I! I

this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof separating state and county taxesin
effort to abolish the necessityfor
this business, and that means much to any buyer. an
uniformity in assessments in every

I 1 county for of many the state months.has This been ques-discussed HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK tion will doubtless occupy much time
of the various committees and departments -

Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla. at this session.
Cor. Orange
Since the constitutional amendmentwas PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
t- J adopted last November abolishing

(1 -....., .. the office of county treasurer
when the present terms expire, pro-

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R. D.. real estate. CLOTHESOf
300 MEMBERS 1 Seth stockman.
W. P., S. A. L. engineer. all the quips and turns that
Dr. A. B., dentist. fashion has revealed this season's ten-
"BE A SELF ST Whitney cigar store. dencies in semi-close fitting shoulders,
WAIT TO BE Allen S., transfer co. and full, flaring skirts, especially the
Y abbreviated: lengths are particularly IGREATSLAUGHTESALE
-JOIN THE ell-Duckworth. adapted to riding habits and country
TRADE J. Yowell-Duckworth., sport suits, which require ample free- :
dom. Strikingly attractive new mod-
els on these lines are shown this
\MEMBERS AND THE NEWSPAPERMAN spring by Hertz, one of the foremost
. 1 A habit makers and sporting tailors of
Ange, J. F.. Fifth Avenue.Time .
Anderson, F. I friend of mine." was when nothing but a black
Baxter, F. IL, real no more carelessly used habit was considered the proper thing,
B is known to any language. but among the new models a trans-
Bossier, Dr. II. J., almost with the term fromation has occurred, and snappy
Beardall, Dr. Hal, in the impositions that tweeds, homespuns and tropical
Brannon, T. (X, S. A. upon it. clothes are now in evidence. Plain
J. D. Barnes Y is one of the rarest colors in subdued tans, blues and
Dr. R. P. qualities, and when grays also are approved. Fancy
Nat Burman, gents' is true it is indeed a jewel mannish waiscoats are much worn,
Bumby, Joe, Butt, Arthur, tax woman has his or her "fair tween the revers of the coat and just
Brokaw, W. H., and blessed indeed below its closing. Hats in straw colors -
Beeman, H., San number figures on one and novelty materials are sanc-
Branch W. S., book tioned, in fact, all the habit requisitesare OFI '
Berry, Bert, auto but one true friend. He cheery in color to tone up the
' Brown, T. 0., men's who realizing your effect._
Bradshaw, J. N., to you when the clouds Country Suits:: tailored u on mannishlines
Branham, L. G.. S. and when the fog of are more worn than ever before
Beardall Ym., begins to envelope you. by the horsey set. Their becoming
Barker, Geo. A., is one who looks you style for all outdoor activities, travel
Burden, Jas. N.. the eyes and, in a spirit and general summer use is unques- I I II
Beggs, James D., you of your faults and tioned. The new Hertz models are
Bumby, A. W., demands that you correct masterpieces in the art of tailoring.The .
Butt, E. W., Butt's he does not tell you the clothes are beautiful, includingthe
C yourself, he shirks a divi- rough English weaves and won-
duty, and is little derful new shades in the dull blu*s, RMNANT
Cheney, J. Y., O. W. friend than the man who tans, rose tones, greens and grays.
Christ, Dr. C. D., your character. The
Curtis & O'Neal all men and women are I
Caruthers & Gore, equal to the task of tel- INDIVIDUAL CUPS FOR HORSESThe
Cheney, Donald, O. they love best their faults,
Chadwick, C. D, real do so without allowing following is taken from the
Cheney, J. M. O. W. utterance to escape their Farm and Fireside:
Cohoon. Robt.. even a momentary home Common drinking cups for individuals -
... Curry, W. K., Curry of the human race have been
. Factory. n of true friendship : under a ban for a number of yearsIn !
D life of the newspaperman I the meantime horses have been COMMENCING
Davis W. II., stock that of a member of any drinking from the community troughat
Davis, G. IL, for the newspaper- the road crossing.
Dickson, Harry. not tell the truth about "Missouri, through its state boardof
Dickinson, C. P., whether they be friends agricultural, is now taking the t
Dickson-Ives, enemies, does not do his stand that horses should have individual -
Dolive, S. G., real public or his profession. buckets. They maintain that open !
Dow, C. P., Peoples e newspaper writer, fool- water fountains are insanitary and
Davis, E. W.. lawyer. gives to the individuals greatly facilitate the spread of glan- 6
Dale Fred B., real as friends infinitely more ders and other contagious diseases Tuesday Morning April
E. G. Duckworth. of receiving, and con- among live stock.
Duke Buford Duke belief of many, deli hts Glanders is an awful disease, and if
E kindly tributes and offers it is impossible to control it when the
trough is used then individual -
his will. common
T. II. Evans
buckets should be insisted :
a newspaperman commits upon
Estes, V. W.,
of friendship are many Says the Missouri State Board: -
Edwards Dr. G. H.,
Eaton, W. H., numerous than those he "The wrong kind of apparatus
gain or from a desire to caused approximately 500 cases of
a Essington, W. O, to man or institution. glanders in the limits of Kansas City
Empie, Jno. F.. Spot stumbling block in the each year for eight years. Tha rieht ([Many wonderful bargains mark the clos-
F man. whether he kind has resulted in reducing the
Feinberg, J. L. a metropolitan daily or number of cases to ten or twelve
Father M. Fox on a rural sheet is each year. ing of our great challenge sale.
Fiezl A. A., Orlando He can spend years in If this be true, the common drink-
Metal Co. public man, or in overlook- ing trough must be a great dangerto
Fort L. B-, San Juan and all goes well. Let horses when disease of any sort is
Field, A. R-. Field & home a few truths, how- prevelant. The cautious owner will Here you will find the most gigantic col-
Fuller, A. Y.. Palms the "friend" howls like a carry his own bucket.
the sting of truth always This warning along with the epi-
G his breast. The laurels demics which are plaguing us now lection of remnants of all kinds of mer-
C. E. Graham, the man who injects the will demand of us increased vigilancein

Goodrich Gore, Mahlon, S.C.S.,W.,real retired.Griffin himself, regardless, but he rarely of conse gets sanitation about the farm. chandise which has accumulated duringour

Gordon Frank, retired."T" suffering in re PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH HAS
Glenn W. AU The display of courage. LOST CHANCE TO ESCAPE
\- Giles, Jas. L-, real I WATCHERS big sale. Bleached and Brown Mus-
George, J. T., meat
Guernsey, Jos. L-, be most successfully ex Newport News, Va.-The German
II if you stuff all their holes auxiliary cruiser Prinz Eitel Fried- lin Apron Ginghams Dress Ginghams Per-
Helms, F. L*, Helms of rag which has been rich still lay at her wharf today,withno ,
Hand, Cary, and then in cayenne outward evidences of whether she
Hauselt, E. G., would move to sea or interne.TnleOTTCHES cales Lawns in White and Fancy Crepes
Howard, C. EL, ,
Hovey. C. A. real
HowelL Dr. J. CL, s Voiles Batiste Organdy Silks and Ribbonsin
Haden, A., orange ,
Howe. S. W, State

Hupple Hand Holbrook, H.AL,E J.,, auto ice l\ ofrjlne lengths of one yd. to ten many good

t Jackson Ives, M., J.B.,' ., J I hideous Ape-Man Dress Patterns in the lot and all marked at wonderfully -

Johnson C. H, So. low prices. They must go as we need the room for
Johnson S. A, city

Keys, E. S., A. C.K L. \ HO? See the Black Box and- other new goods, so we have marked them far below <1 <
Kent A. G., retired. UJFind out who stole the skeJeton-
King, Murry S..L -Who daughter-murdered Lord Ashleigh's the low prices we have been giving during our big sale.

Long L. B.. Helms -Who stole the pearl necklaceWhoputthesecretconfessionintheBlackBox-
Lawton, J. B., printer.Laubach. -
P. F., feed + Then you will know who was the Ape-Man's It's a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of
Lartigue, Chas,
Leu Works., H. P., r' have See this to borrow biggest the of all price photoplay of a ticket.successes if you while it lasts. In order to secure space for our new

M See this thrilling detective drama and tell all
Merck N. J., y'a your friends. summer merchandise all remnants must go. That'swhy
Y.u can be right with Sanford Quest,the
Miller, J. O-, auto .0
Magruder, J. B.. champion of all detectives,while he works; your dollars are bigger for the next few days
Miller DeWitt see Quest pick up a clue; see Quest when
1 McCullough, Geo., (_+f ". s he outwits both criminals and the officers
than will be for
McLean W. O, of the law,and fixes the crime upon they again many a day. They look
the guilty beyond the shadowof
Martin W. E. tax person
Mathews, Tom W., a doubt. bigger to us and they'll buy more for you.
McEwan. Dr. J. S., There are fifteen smashing big
McKay Donald G. ? $ ;t episodes with a punch in hundreds

Moore McElroy J. J.L.Merle r +'w 30 of them.great You'll amazed-thrilled See every one of We are determined that our store shall be absolutely clean and

'":w ;' -... -you'll be overjoyed at the won-
Newell J. J,. Newell N c :=.. c.1?5' der of it all- fresh with the new spring season. We are determined that if

Niles Norcross C. L.Capt. P., startingly drastic reduction will accomplish our purpose, all the ,
O Remnants in our store will find new owners at once. :
Overstreet, M. 0.,
P ." Serial Supreme IS Episodes-one a wed
Payne, L. L..
\ Phillips. T. W., auto GARDEN THEATRE
Peppercorn, F. A.,

.. Porter Patterson.Dr.J.George C., ROOF GARDEN, TONIGHTFOUR

Phillips, F. IL,
Phillips, Geo. \\'.. __ I
Rush Gray Ford i.UN& )
Rogers, "'. W.. San
Rex. Walter W,. \ .j.jf
W. H. Reynolds, f
Robinson C. B, Lamell Drama
Robinson B. M, Bison Drama, 2 reels, Cleo Madison, Joe

W. W.. real
Robinson.Rose O. S.. "DIANA OF EAGLE MOUNTAIN" 3 i
S Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStore

Smith. H. A. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
Self, H. M, meat Joker Comedy, Max Asher

t Smith Soloman, M.Ben M..,real dry always on hand a large and well selected "SCHULTZ'S LADY FRIEND" Admission Nights 5c. and lOc. ;

Sligh. S. J.. orange of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
Smith, W. H-, chief Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Sperry, E. F., mayor.
Schnaar. Jno.
Steinspring, H. W. I Yowell-Duckworth Co.
Turner, J. E, mgr. .
Tildt n. W. L.. lawyer. : ;

Topliff Terry,F.C.J IL, FINLEY'S PIONEER Orlando's Largest Store. '."Quality Did It." '1

Townsend. C. S.. 67
Tenney. Lloyd S, Corner Pine and Court
S Thornton James L,
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South Florida SentinelMORNING
(Continued from page 1) A new hat. i'i'I
AND WEEKlY trainmen and will look after the bill New kitchen utensils.
V:* M. GLENN .....................Editor when presented. More money for household ex- FOR SALEA
W. C. ESSINGTON _...i.B..ia_ Manager -0- penses.A

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida Price of Marianna. in Capital in the thoughtful husband like some
as Second Claw Mail Matter. Interest of His Race for other woman has. I I
Congress Some one to appreciate her. !
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Tallahassee, April Hon. W. H. A months' vacation each winter ata .
Daily. 1 Year ........................ *5- Price Marianna circuit- for winter resort and a month's vaca- .d r ;
Daily 6 Months ...................... %.50 tion each summer at
: a
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 the second district, was in the city summer resort i
Daily. 1 Month ....................... -60 yesterday mixing with friends among I

Weekly.: 1 Year ...................... *.OQ members of the legislature. More clothes. I new two-story
Judge Price is a candidate to suc- ;
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ceed Hon. Emmet Wilson in congress The actions of a phonograph create : eight room modern _
ADVANCETO from the second district, and friends a lot of unnecessary talk. I

ADVERTISERS: believe he will make a strong race. I and unique dwell- ; I I i
Walter Kehoe of Escambia county, is _
Copy for display and all other handsetadverti'inx also mentio d as a candidate for con- ing, with double I _
matt be handed la at the business gress in the'"third district, but close At-"TED-Close: in, vacant property j
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 pm.. sleeping porches _
the day before publication. This rule applies friends at the capital state that if :Mr.: at reasonable price. Give location, :
to chance for contract advertising: it if Wilson is a candidate to succeed him- full description and price. Box 3, modern garage and I _
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered" to. self Mr. Kehoe will stay out of the Orlando, Fla.

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued fight. butlers quarters, I
should notify: the office in writing on Judge Price was chairman of the FOR SALE-Good work horse at a location !
the date of expiration otherwise it will be state Democratic committee for some bargain; sound and gentle. Also very pretty
continued at the regular subscription. rates, time, and was the first judge to serve top buggy, good as new. Inquire of overlooking Lake

until notice Numb to atop .is...received.Telephone .................. 24 in the ninth judicial circuit when that W. C. Palmer, on Conway clay road. I .
circiut was formed in 1911. He is Owner leaving. --1-7-Gt Eola. $4500.00 will j

WEDNESDAY APRIL 7; 191;). president of the State Bar Associa-
tion, which met recently in Tampa. FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms; buy this if taken I
Friends of the judge say that he twelve dollars per month; ten dollars -
Forrest Lake wasn't there at the will be a strong factor, and althoughB. unfurnished; or one furnishedroom now, it is a bargain. I THE

finish either. H. Lindsey, of Careyville, senator five dollars per month; in private !I
o from Holmes county, is known to bea family. 403 East Pine street. I
Too many mistake a "hunch" for candidate for congressman, the 4-7-3t I
heavy thinking.The judge feels as confident that he has ARTS and CRAFTSOf
o a good chance for success. lie returned Don' overlook the want ads. I
prodigal son of an old hen was home in the afternoon, and
once a bad egg. stated that he would begin active

Some stingy people o can give offense campaigning at -an -early date. DoctorsBarkiiilstrr S. G. Oolive & SonREAL i good workmanship inIen'g Tailoring is

and never. miss it. Other :News of the LegislatorsR. fully established with us. No one is more cog-
o R. Tomlin! state convict inspector
To the pure all things are not delivered arrived in the capital this after- ; & BrundageOSTEOPATHS ESTATENo. \ nisant of the fact than ourselves, that to be
in milk wagons. noon from Plant City, and has taken
dressed correctly one must have not only the
o charge of the West Florida district of
The physician who takes life easy the; inspection department, which runs 3 WEST PINE STREET I material to begin with, but the fabrics built .
is a dangerous character. from Tallahassee to Pensacola. Mr. Personal instruction under Dr. Still
Second Floor into the garments, to ensure a "lasting and a
Tomlin that
he finds conditions
o reports at Kirksville Mo.
A thirst for liquor beats an um- : in South Florida all that could t I correct symetery. All of our Men's tailoringbear
brella for Keeping some men dry. be expected. Mr. Tomlin having 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples .
o served in the lower house two years National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. : i I the mark of expert workmanship. It is

How we like to meet a man who ago, was greeting friends among the I emphasized in the production of
has no talk of woe to inflict on us. members present at the capital for
e the next session of legislature. -
When prohibitionists have banquets -0Retresentative I Hart Schnaffner
they are supposed to eat the toasts.o W. T. Martin, of
Elillsborough county is on" hand and
The low-and-behold opera gown will has ready for presentation the open- & Marx
soon give way to the peek-a-boo ing day of the legislature a measureto
waist.A authorize the boards of county
o commissioners! to appropriate ,
man may lead a woman to the for salary to employ county demon-money Our complete range for Spring and Sum- .

altar-but his leadership is apt to end stration agents in co-operation with mer is ready for your inspection.MEN'S .
there. the department of agriculture of the h
o federal government. Several counties
Whoever would have believed that have already taken up this line of
John Bull would be brought to roast work, but others have hesitated be-
beef and pop? cause of the lack of funds for this Magnolia AvenueI
o purpose.
What Mexico really needs is a fed- -0-
eral court and a grand jury from the Senator Hines of Hillsborough, sit-
have recently purchased the Hadley property
Indiana district.If when asked what measures he had
o prepared for consideration, stated uated directly across from Osceolu Hotel.
you are poor your friends sel- that he expected to receive in a few '
dom help you, but if you are rich they days a copy of a new charter pro- This place has a frontage cf 155 feet and contains a
usually want to be helped.If posed for Plant City. This measure 'I
number of bearing fruit trees.I .
o was to be considered by the Plant
a man's children are one-half as City board of trade, and when approved -
will sell the entire will sell numberof
he their he thinks pre)erty or any
as was at age, by that body, sent to Senator .
the world is growing worse. Hines l for attention. It is understood feet off south end. I I

o thai the growing city of strawberry
Love may laugh at locksmiths, but fame has found it absolutely neces- The house is in good condition and is arranged into V
it never even gives the poor install- sary to have a modern charter in
ment collector a pleasant look.A keeping with the rapid progress being light housekeeping apartments and does produce an in-

o made. come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
woman always figures on what -0-
she would buy with the money her Sentiment is expressed throughoutthe bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
husband throws away on cigars. hotel lobbies for abolishing the
o tax commission, the school commis- BARGAIN. .
When a man fails to get what he sion, the game commissioner, shell
wants, he always thinks there's some- fish commissioner and hotel commis- Cash or terms.
thing crooked about it when another sioner. Many prominent representa-
man gets it. tives and senators believe these com-
o missions have been a burden on the
A dry goods clerk defines a counter- state and have not been worth the HATSOur
irritant as a woman who insists on cost the people.
examining the entire stock and does -0-

not buy anything.No I W. II. (the original Bill) Mapoles complete stock now in, every estab-
o arrived Sunday and brought with him S. Y. WAY '
wonder that her husband beat : the genial smile that is so befitting lished style is with us, every face can be
her because she told the gas company : his congenial character. Mr. Mapolessays fitted.
that, although they burned a lot oJTgas he will have more Laurels) on .
it never registered on- their me-. the Hill when he finishes this term Ask to see the new Leghorns, they are
ter. for Walton countv in the lower house Insurance and Real Estate Agent very dressy and extremely fashionable.
o and what Bill says he means. He is
Robinson Cruesoe was thunder- very active and with the host of
struck when he discovered a single Friends he will make a good worker. PHONE 172
strange footprint upon the shore of He agrees with the majority that this
his island. We wonder what his this will be a session of economicallaw

thoughts would have been were he a making.
resident of.Orlando whose lawn is -0-- .
used as a short cut by delivery men Senator Arthur Donegan, from the
and boys. 19th district, arrived from Kissimmee
e Monday, and at once became the favorite I
bachelor member of the
And the tidings that
now comes .
Jack Johnson is going to return to Dranch. Senator Donegan says that
the buzzard is one of God's creaturesand
France and raise and chickens.
it would be unwise for mankindto I. I
Such is fame-fitful fluctuating
fluttering, -
tamper with the handiwork of the ,
Fame! "This is the life"subject -
Supreme Being. He was trying to
of hit-fits Johnson toa
a song reconcile Senator Wells to this view
finish. Even at that the 26th roundis
at the close of the for
reports today.
twice thirteen, so how could the

Golden Smile win? Bill Mapoles will-.0--again present his e' W sell only y- / '
o "oure shoe" bill, and a measure to / .
The savants and dictionaries have abolish the Bryan primary law, which Pure
been put to rout by a Boston news- was enacted in 1913. The pure shoe
boy. In the heat bill met a sad end at the last session It Drucgs
THAT PUZZLING of the controver- but Bill won't give up, and is on hand ..N
NAME. sy over the pro- with a lot of dope for "pure shoes.0 ." f ff
nunciation of that
-- -
imposing word "Przemysl," which Members of the lower house from CHILDREN'SBONNETS
henceforth will blazon in history, the East Coast counties have agreed -
many varieties came from the author- that those persons desiring to maker

ities.But a new county from a slice of Dade {1and I I fi
an Austria newsboy who livedin Palm Beach {counties with Fort i
the city which has now fallen be- I. Lauderdale as the seat of county gov- .
fore the sweep of the Russians de- ernment, may have what they want I Iat M4flLJ This season we have given considerable .
clares the right way to sav it is just this session. The new county will
what the residents there call it,"Shee- be known as Broward county. r attention to this department, and have now

mil. Heretofore the patient readerof -0Representative 1 an assortment that includes the very latestof
war news has had to be content O. N. Williams, of
with a variety of solutions including Pasco county, will present measures I Fashion modes, in Panamas, Leghorns,
"Jaymeezle,"" "Pshemishly" and to grant new charters for Zephyr I, :Milans also a full range of Baby Caps in
"Fzhemishl. Hills Trilby and San Antonio. lie I
o also favors state wide prohibition and Mulls, Silks and Organdies.DICKSONIVESs.

Spring is the clean-up period of the woman suffrage. i
year. Every citizen who will allow ,
CLEAN his premises to spread dis- FISH STORIESA ,
CLEAN ease is menacing the
health of his brother man. large number of Orlando people
There are a number of insan came out to Geo. Bowen's place to
itary places within a few squares of have a fish fry. Ninety pounds of
the Sentinel office that need the fish were provided and the day was
cleansing hand of the owner of the thoroughly enjoyed. J. McMillan\ \ r t [
property. The owner should know in an hour, caught nine pounds of
better than allow his property to bass Friday afternoon. Report your CG>R'aQiu.4e.
spread sickness disease and typhus fish catches. J. M.\ Cullam caught fifteen :
perms. Any property owner can pounds of bass Saturday. n-
stroll over his premises and with the ter Garden Times. You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right : .DEPARTMENT STORE.

aid of nose and eye detect lurking Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the I

evils that menace health. If the own- OR.XGESXD LETTUCEThe best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. i ..
not find these existing filthy
er conditions can the Sentinel, as a public T. & G. has moved from Win- Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will' not ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe

servant, is only too willing to publicly ter Garden 35,000 boxes of orangesso allow it.You. Store of true service, of never-failing
expose these places. However pub- far this season, or 100 cars. TheT. can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. courtesy .
licity is not necessary to remedy these & G. has moved 31,875 crates, or We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 years. of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer
e\ils. It is strictly up to every man 85 cars, of lettuce so far this season, chandise, at right prices
' in Orlando to promote better health all from Winter Garden and vicinity.The 1ERLI'S PHARMAC'THE
ful and liveable conditions. Act today, largest car was moved Tuesday,
before the weather becomes warmer. I of 416 crates.-Winter Garden Times. RE. ALL STORE _. I 7

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SOCIAL CALENDARApril I ity. Miss Ella Switzer was elected Admission 5 CentsA..IIII.IIIIII.II.

secretary pro tern in the absence of
7 to 10 the secretary. Capt. Burton addressedthe 'I
r meeting and much interest was It

| Today manifest in the rescue work about to TODAY'S PROGRAMImp.
Twentieth{ Century Club; Mrs. J. B. be established under his leadership.The .
Magruder, hostess. next meeting of our local union ". Mary Pickford in "Sunny
The Misses Holt will entertain at will be a "mothers' meeting," under Spain. I
Rex. "Olaf Biss. A 2
bridge. the direction of Mrs. Story, superin- Erickson,
Circle. reel drama of the pine woods, featuring -
Unity tendent of "motehers' meetings. Re- I ITi
Ella Hall and Robert Leonard.
Men's Forum. and
Open freshments will be served every "
Cathedral Needlework Guild, Chap- one interested will Le welcomed. At Starlight. "Noisy Neighbors. A
ter House, 3:30. these meetings a beautiful feature is comedy with a laugh throughout.
Miss Elizabeth Porter entertains at the presentation of "white ribbon" re Keep an eye on the Favorite for
MAURICE COSTELLOIN they are giving some shows
bridge-luncheon 1 p. m. cruits. you you
Thursday"Gentlemen's Our last program meeting was a can't afford to miss. o DIAMONDS AND JEWELERY 0
evening" at the Ros- "medical afternoon and
temperance" -- ---
alind Club; Mrs Cheney chairman.The Mrs. A. G. Branham carried out the NOTICE OF EXECUTORFor For Easter Buds and Blooming Brides. We haven't been in busi-
Bachelor Girls; Miss Jean Per- so well that it has I teen
Final all these without
( Discharge) ness years knowing what's appropriate as gifts.
son hostess. spoken of several times as the most
Here and There Club; Mrs. Z. V. interesting and instructive program "THE PLOT"A In Court of the County Judge, State fl Our store is a panorama of blazing sparkling jewels at prices

Raulerson.Kil meeting ever held here. of Florida County of OrangeInre lower than the lowest. Our money back guarantee with everything.
Kare Klub. What the German government is Estate of Cornelia J. Miller.
Annie Coleman Chapter U. D. C., telling its recruits: Vitagraph special feature Notice is hereby given to all whomit
Chapter House, 3 p. rru In a pamphlet entitled "Alcohol, I may concern, that on the 6th day of ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.COLEMAN .
FridayMrs. I and the Power of Resistance" distributed complete in two parts."BRANNIGAN'S October, A. D. 1915, I shall apply to n
DeWitt Miller, hostess for the among the recruits of the Ger- the Honorable Wm.Iartin., judge of Ib'
Nullos Club. man army, the following statement said court as judge of probate, for 0 JI. :::
Garden party; Judge and 1Irs.Var- concerning beer is made: my final discharge as administratrixC.
low and Miss Warlow, at "Graycroft." "There is no justification for calling T. A. of the estate of Cornelia J.
Saturday beer 'liquid bread.' A glass of heavy :Miller, deceased and that at the same
; r rI
Entre Nous Club. beer
costing twenty-five pfennigs
time I will present my final accountsas A SAVING IN PAINT J sis
Saturday Bridge Club. no more nourishment than a piece of administratrix of said estate and j
--0-- cheese costing one pfennig. Almostall ask for their approval. not made by buying cheap paints, j
TUESDAY BRIDGE excesses and disturbances in the BAND"A Dated April 6, A. D. 1915. but by purchasing the'e!"). best
CLUB ENTERTAINED. army are traced to drink. It is mostly WALKER I
Mrs Chester. Goodrich was yes- beer that causes the mischief. Beeris Adminstratrix C. T. A. grades such for instance as we hanf f
terday hostess to the Tuesday Bridge not the harmless" drink that it is Lubin Comedy. 4-7-15-6mo die. Just think how much more poor t
Club at her home on West street. supposed to be. paints cost you if you have to keep '.
There were two tables of players. A The above is a translation of the renewing them two.
every year or
delightful luncheon was served. Mrs. pamphlet as given by Gordon Reeves
"VVestcott substituted for Mrs. Woodruff in the March number of "Physical Think how much cheaper are our
and Miss Margaret Hart for Mrs. Curture." LucerneTODAY paints which last two or three timesas

Carr. Mrs H. L. Beeman was a I: long. t|
guest. The club will be entertainednext DEATH OF SWEET LITTLE GIRL
week by Mrs Edward G. Hauseltat Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
the Summerlin. I The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. "THE RICHEST GIRL IN THE a
R. L. Bunch are in deep sympathywith ,PINT 205 S. Orange Avenue
AN INFORMAL"0" them as they weep today over WORLD"A
:WUSICALE. the remains of their sweet little girl, & RHAN Phone 261
Mrs Maud Boone Rogers gave an lelen. She was only 5 years old, and
informal musicale on Monday after- had enshrined herself in the hearts of Selig Drama. "THE DECISION"An -
noon at her home on Boone street. her fond parents. She was a ray of
Miss Sara Yancey, one of her gifted I sunshine not only in the home circle, American Drama.
pupils, gave several selections from but among all who came in touch with
Schumann Carnival Miss Corinne the little life. The child passed out WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver J
t Walton played Godard's "Au Matin" yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock

with remarkable technique and expression and the little body will be laid to rest "THAT hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
t responding with a pleasing in the city cemetery this afternoon at SPRING-TIME Something new 1 Something New I i
encore. Miss Eliza Wright sang Carrie 3:30 o'clock. Appropriate funera1services HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" Try it. Ask About it.
a Jacob Bond's "Compensation" and will be held at the residenceof FEELING"A for the table. For for two for
Complete Lunch put ready one, f
c'l'mVearin' Awa', Jean. Mrs. Rich- Mrs. R. W. Hammond, her grand- up

ard P. Marks of Jacksonville, was the mother, on West Central avenue, con- Keystone Komedy"A have stock three of good or more things to eat on hand
honor guest for the affair. A delicious ducted by Rev. E. T. Poulson, pastorof COLD Always MEATS a BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES I
cream course was served. the Baptist church. POTATO SALADJ.
--0-- "Jesus. said: Suffer little children
PLEASANTLY and forbid them not to come unto Me COWBOY PASTIME"A
SURPRISED.Mr. for of such is the Kingdom ofleaven. 5 cents 10 cents R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone i

and Mrs A. J. Robinson of 608 ." Lubin Comedy. 26 Bakery'
North Orange avenue were very
pleasantly surprised Monday eveningby PEEL SUCCEEDS BASS AS CHIEF
some of their Glens Falls friends. DEPUTY SHERIFFJ.
The occasion was the anniversary of I
their fifty-sixth wedding day. Those W. Bass who has been the chief GET BUSY AND SEND IN YOUR
present were R. A. Little and wife, deputy sheriff under Sheriff Frank ANSWERS TO THE BOARD SAME LITTLE PRICES Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

Frank Harrington and wife W. II. Gordon since August, 1914, has tendered OF TRADE CONTEST r.'I
Norris and Mrs. E. H. Dodge and his resignation, which became
Mr. Wood of Albany, N. Y. Light refreshments I effective yesterday morning and has Considerable interest has been
'. were served by Mrs. E. II. been succeeded by Floyd Peel of the aroused in the contest conducted by -
Dodge. A'l enjoyed the occasion. Orlando police force, who will enter the Sentinel to increase the membership -
-0ENGAGEMENT .- upon his new duties at once. Mr. in the Board of Trade. Several

Bass will return with his family to answers have been receivedmoreare FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
ANNOUNCED. Orange Center, where he again will desired. Sit down today and sendin
Invitations have been issued an- follow the less strenuous life of grow- your efforts. The contest will close
nouncing the approaching marriageof ing oranges and farming. He ownsa April 15 and prizes will be awarded.
Miss Fannie Robinson to :Mr. Don- nice home at that place, which was The following prizes will be given. Established 1886 :
ald Cheney, on Wednesday April 21, leased at the time he moved to Or- Here is the list:
at the Presbyterian church at nine lando, and this will again be occupiedby For the best fifty word article on
o'clock. :Miss Robinson is a daughterof Mr. Bass and family.SOMETHING "Why you should join the Orlando
Capt. B. M. Robinson, county clerk Board of Trade," W. S. Branch bookstore
and Mr. Cheney is the son of Judge $5 piece of statuary, "Esmer- CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
and :Mrs. J. M. Cheney. :Many social FOR THE WOMEN alda." Address all letters to "Join," 1
affairs have been given in honor of The Sentinel. .
The Orlando Bank
!Miss Robinson and others are on the and Trust com For the best fifty word article on
social calendar. Both are exceedingly pany, as an advertising feature, is "The best way for the Orlando Boardof
well known and have veritable host furnishing its.customers with an an- Trade LOANS
1 a ; to advertise Orlando, Joe --.
of friends who extend congratulations. nual laundry book, a neat little book- Cheney, O. W. and L. Co., $5 worthof
let for checking household articles in-
Address all letters to "Best
.. gas.
tended for the laundry. Cashier Geo.E. "
-0- Way, The Sentinel.
Nolan smiles as he passes the nov- REAL ESTATE RENTALS
CHAPTER OFFICERS For the best Orlando Board of
el device which will
be found most
WERE ELECTED.The Trade slogan, DeWitt Miller, of the
useful, especially to the keeper of the
Wyoming hotel, $5 in gold. Addressall
annual parish meeting of the household. All
Cathedral women are urged to letters to "Slogan," The Sentinel.
congregation was held
call at the bank
and obtain while
one .
Monday in the dean's office, the bish- the supply lasts. For the best fifty word article on
op presiding, and resulted in the reelection "How the women of Orlando can as-
of the following members of ADDITIONAL LOCAL sist the Board of Trade," Marion Ives, ..
the Cathedral chapter for the ensuing of the Dickson-Ives Co., a $5 costume.

year: Messrs. A. Haden, T. P. War. Mr. D. L. Graham, a former Address all letters to "Women," The
low, Geo. McCulloch, C. B. Robinson popu- Sentinel.For .
lar agent of the Southern ;
C. P. Dow, and F. H. Williams. in this but Express the best fifty word article on For Sale .:
company city now making
"Why the Board of Trade is Orlando's 3
his headquarters in
Waycross, Ga., is "
most and valuable The
potent asset
SOCIETY NOTES in Orlando for few
a days assisting
OF INTEREST.The tent Jamieson, and visiting his Sentinel. Address, one year's all letters daily subscription. "- Lot 65J xl67. Price I
to "Why House
U. D. C. meeting will be at the brother, Mr. T. J. Graham, who is lo- The Sentinel. eight rooms.
,. Chapter House on Thursday at 3 p. m. cated in Orlando in the employ of the
:Members are urged to be present on same company.Mr. .
SMITH: HAS CHANGED OFFICE $4500.00. A bargain.

time.Mary Branham, secretary. and Mrs. O, P. Newton, who are LOCATION
--0-- numbered among Orlando's veteran I I '
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stagg Jr., winter residents, left yesterday after- 1.1. Smith who has had his of-
and son, John W. Stagg III., of St. noon for Providence, R. I., where they fices over the Orlando Bank and Trust
Petersburg.., are the guests of will spend the summer. They have company, is now located in the Christ
Mr. Stagg's parents, Rev. and Mrs. been located at 404 West street. Theirson building on Central avenue. He is
John W. Stagg. Mr. Geo. H. Newton..did not return comfortably located on the first floor,
-' with them, but will remain in occupying the east tier of front
About fifteen couples enjoyed an informal this section for a while longer. rooms.
dance at the Elks Club Monday -
night. The music was furnishedby Mrs. Geo. W. Deems, who has spent COLLECTOR LUTIBUSY
the McIntosh orchestra and punchwas the winter at 402 South Main street" ,
served. left yesterday for her home in Washington Last week was your last to pay up
'\. -0- Pa. Mrs. Deems has been at the tax collector's office and all
Owing to illness, the meeting of the spending the seasons in Orlando for a who could scrape up the coin did so.

. Wednesday Card Club, which was to number of years, but gave the Cali- Collector Martin is busy sending out =:: OMB::
. have been held today with Mrs. Ab- fornia climate a tryout the last, but receipts to those who liquidated while
berger, has been postponed. she prefers Florida to any other, and making up the delinquent list for pub-
-0- will be here lication.
in the fall.
Mrs. A. Y. Fuller entertained informally again A lovely home in the best residental section of City. New,

yesterday afternoon at her Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Guy, who have PROGRESSTwo modern conveniences, shade and fruit trees, with :

home on Magnolia avenue. been coming here .for the past seven I. vacant corner lot, easily worth 2000.00 alone. J
-a- years, left yesterday for their homein new lights have been placed on
Mrs. Louis Dolive's many friends Worcester Mass. Mr. is '
Guy an Main street by the electric
wilt regret to hear of her illness. Orlando booster of the "first water." Winter Garden Times. company. To see it, is to admire it

--0-- ;, lie has been to Nassau on the east Once seen, you'll desire it

A card party was given at Duke and Cuba on the west and thinks this JAM UP AUTOMOBILE mechanic, Desiring, you'll buy it
Hall last evening in honor of Miss city superior to any place he has yet
I been employed here, desires to Why not try it?
Head who is soon to depart for the Iisited.. As usual they made their ;
change and get with people who
North. home
at the Wyoming hotel.
need a good electric starter and bat-
There will be--a('-called meeting oft I __ ______ tery man: a small salary acceptedfor I' :. WALTER W. ROSE I II

the Civic League Saturday at o'clock regular work through summer;
gilt edge reference. Address W. C. A.,
the Chapter House for the
at purposeof Orlando Wood Yard care Sentinel, or call 102 East Jefferson. -
electing a president and to decide 4-7-lt I Real Estate
upon a place of meeting. I -
II. Edwards.
Mrs G.
-.()- Removed from Pine St. two blocks RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE

W. C. T. U. NOTES north on Railroad west end Washington OSTEOPATHYDR. .
Office Suite, 1 and 3 Watkins Building
MRS. JyM. PEDRICK. St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

About thirty were present at the all times. J. C. HOWELL Phone 555
W. C. T. U. business meeting in the
Presbyterian parlors Friday after-I Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

noon in spite of the rain. Many important Kirksrille Graduate ,
matters were brought up for B. W. KINGSLEY Consultation Free
discussion. Reports were satisfactory Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Joan
and told of work well done. The HoteL

t president, Mrs. A. A. Gould, was pres- PHONE 344 Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
ent and presided with her usual abil I Orlando Fla. -

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LOST-Black mare mule; split in one tied
Lumber La"ths SI1.inglesORLANDO
l ear; shoes on front'feet. Reward if .
Lake Site SENTINELWANT 4-6-3t returned, or notify James Porter.

Two ESSINGTON. 4-2-tf n

The Morning Sentinel Want MAKE YOUR SPRING AND SUMMER -
; Directory is the Greatest Want CLOTHES under the super- :
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. vision of Miss Echols. She is respon- C
sible for fit and style of dress. 505
Terms Cash in Advance. South Main. 4-6-6tc

136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES SPECIAL COACH PARTY TO NEW
______ YORK FRIDAY NIGHT APRIL Plaster and Perfection Lime
For One Day ___-___ 25t Royal Cement Agatite
tage.on two lakes. Knock Out, For Three Days ____________50c 16, VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ,
I: For Six Days ______________75c RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER
$15 per acre. For One Month ____________$2. 0 820 WEST CENTRAL AVE., OR GET
This rate applies on all ads of YOUR IDENTIFICATION CARDS r:
60 acres, mile off brick road. 25 words or less. If the ad con- FROM THE TICKET AGENT MR. I I
than 25 words the rate WHITE AT DEPOT. 4-6-tfc
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more
will be one cent word for
per I HAVE MOVED STUDIO from the
each additional word, for each in-
$20.00 acre.
per Watkins block to 505 South Main.
can't bring ad to Are you looking for wedding presents -
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office you telephone No. 24. Ac- ? Come and see my china. Or-
counts opened by telephone will be ders taken for initial and monogram.
Miss Echols.
( payable the following day. GASUKEYO
Every Home-Every Business choicest White Indian Runner
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE Every Man has use for a very
ducks, at one dollar per twelve.V. K.
Want Ad.
NCEOO': Sentinel Hale Route 1, Orlando, Fla. .4-6-6t

Watkins Block CONTRACTORR.
FOR SALE N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
before letting contract, if you are going -
FOR 90 DAYS FOR SALE-Cheap, two-seated car- to build and want the best house A CONTENTED WIFE
riage, in good condition. Phone possible for money invested.
1024 4 rings. 4-6-3t P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
t You can buy foundation ..,- 2-18-1moc
stone building blocks, side- FOR SALE-One Studebaker auto, BECAUSE the
by of it for fuel in
walk tile, or anything in my 20 horse power; two safes, and fine EXCHANGE-Choice land for a good use
Call around store fixtures. Inquire Phone 570, automobile. T. J. Wilson, R. F. D.
( line at reduced. Florida Real Estate and Investment
No. 1, city. 4-2-6t kitchen will have
and let me surprise you on Co. 4-2-61 your you never cause

f FOR SALE-Modern home; eight repairs of all kinds done about meals
F. D. GORE, rooms and bath; orange trees and promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; to worry not being ready on
large oak; seven minutes walk to screen doors and windows a specialty;
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. ostoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner, sleeping porches, counters, shelving, time also will have no fires to buildor
I 412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo garages, office fixtures; window and ; you
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH door frames made to order. Get our

t FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story brices. 18 East Church street. A ashes to If YOU have not
ti sweep up. a
i cottage seven rooms and bath, postal will bring us. 331lmo'l'ARTY
tr modern conveniences, roomy porches,
t r excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. FORMING, special rates to in YOUR kitchen---tell hus-
-23-tf New York, leaving Orlando night gas range your
April 8th via Atlantic Coast Line and
t DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE-Cheap, one fine banjo; Savannah Line. Special through car band---and he will do the rest.If .
from Orlando Savannah. See Mr.
leather suitcase
t one good guitar; one I
Avenue and
; Office corner Orange ; one 4x5 box plate camera; one A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando.
R Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., steel trunk 30x15x37. See them at 3-26-tf
Phone 419. 106 Gould street. 4-6-6t
it's Modern-and Economical Gas
t Take your Kodak films to Robinson. w
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock 3-3-tf
t and tools best farm in county; variety -
LettuceFinest fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- COME join first class party for New
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock York, through car by S. A. L. andB.
1 in the city.Strawberries Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- & O. R. R., on April 28th. Apply
er. 1-16-tfc 212 Ridgewood avenue. Pullman reservations -
I can be had. 4-2-4tc
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FOR RENT For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-

I The famous Missionary FOR RENT-Cox visible typewriter. ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

variety. Apply to J. F. Watkins, No. 2 America BUYERS AND SELLERSI
street. 4-6-6t buy, sell rent, and exchange real
: !! estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., GAS DEPARTMENT I
FOR RENT-A 4 room house in Con- over 30 years. Have handled over
i cord Park; low rent. Apply at cor- 20000000. Call and see mo.
Guaranteed to be strictly ner of Amelia avenue and Putnam 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An .
fresh. street. A. P. Butman. 4-6-3t, ,

8x10 Kodak enlargement free -- 6
FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum- at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf -
Fresh VegetablesEvery mer my home known "Michigan -
Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue,
west. AH or part of this nine room
house, with barn, hen house and four Easter Lillies FOR.Baipn Th.e iait
lots; all conveniences. See me soon,
Brooms, Mops. please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms for FOR EASTERGet ss. Unite.. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
light housekeeping; summer rates; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
close in, in a pleasant neighborhood;;
CABUTHERS & GORE near Eola Park. Address 307 East Kept under tb. best sanitary condition

Pine. 4-3-6t your order Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

and pure.

New Modern Grocer FURNISHED week. Apply ROOMS-Two Room 7, over dollarsa Model We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ,
] Cafe after 6 p. m. Young men pre- in early 2V acres fine truck land everything in the Meat Line.
ferred. 4-3-61
on good street, fenced, r
Phone 200 FOR RENT-For the summer season, I TI:. :HVa:. Self & Co.
a furnished bungalow, suitable for nearly all cleared, small
small family; fine location; an ideal PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
I home. Rent $18 per month. AddressE. building, price $750, half
6 and 8 East Pine StDRAWING J. -Sentinel office. 4-1-6tc ..Violet Dell Florist. cash, balance to suit.

FOR RENT-Three room flats, fur- Also a group of 3 fine
nished unfurnished; low rates to
permanents; close in; vacancies in building lots on East Cen-
two houses; all improvements. See
O Othndo o...Was ineton owner 3-30-lmo, 301 East Livingston avenue. 509. 408 South Lake St. tral Avenue, near my resi-

dence. Improved by walks,
FOR RENT-New, Modern Five
room house. Apply 510 W. Central. Do Your shade trees, nice fence, etc. ,

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Price low to party who will
ROOM mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc ElectricFixtures build.
Sleeping Car
FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. Look

First Car on March 16 Knox. 11-3-tf

to adults only. 409 Delaney street.

VIA 10-25-tf WANTED Worn Out? DR. A. J. TAYLOR,

Atlantic Coast Line PHONE 696
""ANTED-Good. second hand dresser THIS BUNGALOW FOR
; must be cheap. Apply at 406 I have established a plant for 905 East Central Avenue SALE 1I -
Standard Railroad of the South
Gunby avenue. 463t'WANTED I
the refinishing of all metal Bearing Trees and Fruits and Vegetables. .
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. '
POSITION-A young man, Price $1200.00. Easy Terms.
honest and reliable desires a posi- fixtures and brass beds. This I
Tuesdays Thursdaysand tion of some kird; he is siding! to W. J. BARBER, just south Drennen Station.
start on a small sa'I"). and work up; work is done at a small cost, and '
can use typewriter. Address F. P. R.. OON'T WORRYIf
SaturdaysLeaving care Sentinel. 4-3-6t makes your fixtures look like

Orlando on Train 82, WANTED-Boy between 14 and 16 new.
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fri- I years of age to wait on trade and
days and Saturdays.For I deliver packages. Opportunity for Stock of second hand fixturesfor I Orlando Meat Market
advancement to the right kind of boy. you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets No application given consideration unless -I sale. getting a new Eas- T. A.
YANCY Manager
references it. C. D. :
call on A. (1C. L Local Ticket care Sentinel. accompany 4-4-3tc Phone 652 and I will call and ter Suit,we can put your

Agent. old one in good condi- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
AUTOING NORTH? Automobile estimate your job.
F mechanic, at present employed, tion for just such occas- I Florida and Western Meats :
would like to drive some car back ions.
north. Address "North," care Sen-
tinel. 4.4-3t* L. W. LEWIS.PHONE Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

W A "TED-An experienced, responsible ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
Northern man. sees a gooJ 646
tidiness: chance in Orlando but lacks Dry Cleaning PHONES Business '135 'P. O. BOX 226
him.uiTicient for a capital.modest Will amount some? one Addre bay,,? For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Steam Cleaning t Residence 133 Cor. Orange Aye. and Church St.

DR. OPTOMETRIST L. H. RAMSDEUI "Business," care Sentinel. 4-4-St .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- Pressing and Repairing I f k

beans, field peas, grass seed etc.,
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES from Carter, Venable & Co. (Inc.), Umbrellas recovered and repaired::1 Our Job
AND DO ALL KINDS OF Richmond Va. Write for prices. 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. "while you wait," at Young's Repair Try Department

OPTICAL REPAIRING 4-6-6t 12-1Q-du Shop. 21 E. Pine St. __2-4-lyrc -
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c.4E-r! I : .ANN: :: READSTATE 00. r I

Sold 368 pieces of property in J914.( They propose to sell 600 in 1915. To do this much business you mustdo

> one thingSATISFY

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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.P. .




tive. A great many northern people there were within the city limits of Anti- Iilitaristic '; three changes, varying the temperature 12.000 for Hillsborough bay. St. I
READ WHAT (OTHERS SAY live in Orlando the year round. In Orlando. It may have been 13 and it Somebody in the crowd of folks i I from about 18 degrees to 40 or Johns river from Jacksonville to I'a-
the winter they entertain their friends may have been 27, but it was some who arranged and managed that fair i I 50 degrees Fahrenheit. After this latka gets $10,000 and from Palatkato
and relatives from distant states. So almost unbelievable number. was decidedly anti-militaristic, I' preliminary treatment, they should be Lake Henry gets $10,000.I'E.1CE .
ABOUT ORLANDO it is, that in the mid-winter season Getting Mail in Orlando judging by a number of placards kept permanently at about 40 degrees
. there are few homes here where the prominently displayed near the exposition Fahrenheit. Any lower temperatureis
: .family circle is not appreciably augmented That afternoon I strolled around to gates. A typical one of these a needless expense.
I II either by boarders or per- the postoffice, to get some mail from i placards read: A battleship costs
sonal guests. Recently a census of that valiant and popular old comman- |12,000,000. This would build 750 I would rather be a hero in the place
(From the "Industrial Index," pub the guests at a small hotel in Orlando :der chief-in-chief of fond hopes, General miles of brick roads, 18 feet wide." FLORIDA TO SHARE IN RIVER that I call home
lished at Columbus, Ga.) I showed that 21 states were represented I Delivery. Getting one's mail is I I Florida as is known of all men, is a AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENT Than to rule a mighty continent from
At Orlando the Tampa Special was on the register that time. not such a difficult proposition in the great brick roads state. There are I PROJECTS Petrograd to Rome.I .
deserted by many of its passengers, Gasoline Bill is Big. ordinary city, but when you strike a more brick highways in this state I Washington, April 5.-River and
the writer among the number. Or-I I tourist town you begin to acquire than in all other Southern states I harbor would rather play tin soldiers witha
lando is in the midst of Florida's Florida was originally called "The experience along that line. There combined. I improvement projects to sharein little boy of mine -
noted lake and orange country, is ,Land of Flowers," Then when Flagler was quite a crowd about the general the $30,00,000 authorized in a lump Than to lead a mighty army throughthe
nearer the East Coast than the West, 'began to build his palatial hotels in delivery window, and it seemed to extend sum by congress for those public valley of the Rhine. .
and is slightly over half way in the the state and the rails crept, mile around the corner, into the ar OF PRECAUTION works deemed most desirable in the
SHOULD BE USED TO interests of
journey from Jacksonville to Tampa.It after mile, down the long stretch of cade. I turned the corner, and got a KILL MOTHS commerce and navigationwere I would rather have him cuddle with.
is in Orange county its principal the East Coast, the title, "Play I elvmcse of the real crowd. It extended announced today by Secretary his head breast
Garrison. Congress left the upon my
thoroughfare is Orange avenue its Ground of the nation" was bestowed way down that arcade, a long to chiefof Than to wear a dozen medals of the.
official color is orange and orange upon it. But this title will not endure, line of remarkable patient humanity. The various substances used to keep engineers of the war departmentthe legion on chest.
pennants stream from the numerous I for although it is still a playgroundin Gentle and opulent reader, have you away moths, such as tobacco cam- which cuting of the original estimates my
automobiles that go gliding down the a sense and always will be on account ever, in your less fortunate days, phor, napthalene cones or balls,tarred amounted to $53,000,000
, street in one constant, whirling pro ,I of its delightful winter climate, been in a bread line in New York or paper, and cedar chips have no effectif The largest appropriation for Flor- I would rather have him call me
. cession. I am going to say a good yet Florida, along with its marked in- some other seaport town? If you the eggs are already present in the ida is $350,000( for work on the St. "dear ol' daddy" than to hear
it is I dustrial development is have, idea of the clothes, and Johns; river from Jacksonville to the The voice of a multitude proclaiming
deal about Orlando, because a I I becoming a I you can get some entomology specialists in
typical Florida tourist city of what {workshop as well. If the increase in proportion of that remarkable mail- the United States department of agriculture Oct.:n. The second largest item is I me with cheer. .
might be termed the middle class of the number of automobiles in Florida line. They say that in the morningsthe I therefore recommend a thorough -
population. The year-round popula- I continues at the present rate, it will line of people before the windowwas beating shaking, and brushingof
tion is about 8,000 and this is doubledin soon be referred to as the "Automobile longer. I took my position in all articles likely to attract moths, IF YOU NEED
the tourist season. This statement, ,. State." In Orlando there is said the line and worked up to the windowin before they are laid away for the
on the face, sounds like an exaggera- to be a car to every 15 people, but less than a half hour. summer.
tion. And yet it is not an abnormal ,judging by the endless procession Fairs in the Winter TimeA The brushing of garments is espe-
situation, for at St. Petersburg, the ,while we were there the automobile cially important in order to remove
Sunshine City on the West Coast the proportion must have been higher by big mid-winter fair was on in eggs which may have escaped notice.In .
number of visitors in February is said that time.A Orlando that week. The Fall of the general moths are likely to affect Letterheads Envelopes
to considerably exceed the number of Typical Tourist City. year is the customary time for agri- only articles which are put away and ,
liomefolks. cultural fairs in most of the states in left undisturbed for some little time.
You may have wondered what a this happy union; but in Florida Apartments and closets that are fre-
e. Hotels Galore tourist town in Florida looks like. i which has its own original ways of quently aired and swept are not apt Cards Announcements
to return to Orlando. A pro- Well, here is a pen picture of Orlando -I doing things, such fairs and exposi- to be seriously affected. In fact, air- ,
cession from the train marched in : tinos are given in the winter time. ing and sunlight are probably the
style\ to the largest hotel in the town, Imagine a spick-and-span business The Orlando Sub-Tropical fair was best as well as the oldest remedies. Circulars Briefs Hand
a the San Juan. A god many had ar- section, with well-paved' streets, I really a revelation. One wandered Where circumstances demand that ,
ranged for reservations and were provided modern looking stores, some of themof about in a perfect maze of oranges the articles be put away, however, a
for, others were put on the a height and character that make 'and grapefruit and celery and sweet convenient and effective device is to
waiting list, and others scattered, go- you open your eyes in wonder, mile potatoes and corn and tomatoes and place them in large pasteboard boxes, Bills
ing to the other hotels. Within a I after mile of paved sidewalks; almost i beans and pecans and pumpkins and such as tailors use, and gum a stripof Catalogs, or, .
short time everybody had secured accommodations every street like a forest, with great I apples and jellies and jams-all illustrative wrapping paper around the edgeso
for Orlando, whatever oaks stretching across the the roadway I of what Florida can growi as to seal up the box completelyand
defects it may secretly enjoy, is cer- j and clasping each other affectionately -i and does grow until he becomes really leave no cracks.
tainly: not short on hotels. There are I I ; almost eberv residence occupying -I! bewildered by the magnitude of it. For valuable articles the safest planis PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE
:several large hotels and a good many a large, comfortable lot, the I I never saw such a collection of jellies to place them in cold storage. Re- THE
small ones, while the number of attractive house being in the center of a verita- I before. And it was the first cent experiments have shown that the
looking boarding places, nes- ble flower garden; and people, people, time in my life that I had ever seen larvae of the clothes moth will resist ,
tling amid orange trees, behind bow- people-on the sidewalks, in the Maypop jelly. It looked good and no for a long time low temperatures if
ers of roses, is rather remarkable. streets, in the flower yards seated on doubt tasted good. That Maypop jelly these are uniform but that the alter
Many of thes boarding places have front porches enjoying the mild Florida will stand out in my memory, clear- nation of low and high temperatures *
pretty and attractive names 'and there I sunshine. And it is a city of nat- cut, after other recollections of the quickly results in death. It is recom- Sentinel Job Office'Some
is a general coziness in their home- ural as well as man-made beauty, too. wonderful Orlando Fair have faided mended therefore, that storage com-
like appearance that is very attrac Somebody told me how many lakes from the mental horizen. panies submit their goods to two or




Speed, Silence: and Convenienceof I'i!I

, Operation For Exchange- I

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Remio tone-' : Remington I Two Good Farms 160 acres each in Kansas I'

100 acres in each farm in cultivation, I have wheat crops now growing, they are
want good lands in Orange County, must i 4
encumbered for $1600.00 will trade
be good farm lands. These Kansas farms I ; !

Duality Reilnment are worth $25 per acre. These farms equity for Orange County Florida lands. r

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Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C. !.

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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. Annual expense on the 16 houses$1632.50gloves, Farm or City Property in Orange ;

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

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

Located three miles from Plains, Ga., Want to exchange this farm for a good
on fine road. There are 440 acres and 300 small grove and small farm, in Orange t
acres in cultivation; plenty of tenant County, Florida. What have you to offer j

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


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

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

'. >, : on good road; runs 40 to 50 plows. This is This place equipped as it is is worth thirty

,," not a run-down place 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
J implements, feed grain, etc., now on place. .
l- : is modern and to not submit old dilapidated property that
the occupants. All of the dwelling up
date. All tenant houses in first-class conis not worth the money.


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

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

.' respect. Washington D. C., with flats on second trade this equity of 700.00: for a good

floor, rents for $60.00 per month, always
grove, well located.
t 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.



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



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'- Jos. L. Guernsey is spending

A .- today in Jacksonville on business.Mr. . .

M. Doyle, superintendent of the T7S "PRUDENT -
Wekiwa Stock Farm transacted busi- NAANPUT///T/RST .. '
ness 'in Orlando yesterday.
SAW//GS///r// 4
Attorney C. P. Dickson left yester-
day business.Mr.for .St. Augustine on professional BANK F .,

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and :Mrs. D. W. Rouse, of the
Lake Bowen section, were among the I
visitors to Orlando jesterday.Mr. .

J. Leinhart, a prosperous trucker -
of Oviedo spent yesterday in Orlando -
on business. .

/ No matter what paper you are taking -
the Sentinel 'should be in jour
STEAL VS. STEEL home; brim-full of news; modern, re-
I You can't steal through steel. Fire
1 1of Mr. J. B. Redditt one of the leading
and water cannot penetrate it. Back stockmen of the Fort Christmas section -
it lies safety-absolutely and en- spent yesterday in Orlando looking -
after business affairs. .
during. At $1.00 a year a safety box

for valuables in our Massive Steel I Mr. W. M. Pannill, of Tampa, who
has been looking after business mat-
and Steal-proof Vaults is the most ters in this territory, left yesterday
carefully guarded investment you and afternoon for his home.
your can make. Mrs. Lester A. Cobb, who has been frS i sa
spending a few weeks with her sister, '
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, Mrs. Mary O. Beeman, left yesterday .Q-n> ; Wj//
afternoon for Cleveland, Ohio.

George Byron Green are spending a
few days at the Mason hotel in Jack- EY HE EARNED, WOULD HE HAVE BECOME RICH ?

N. Y. arrivals in the
are recent
city who are making the San Juan ,

Mrs. C.V. Cheney was among
winter visitors leaving for their TOMER.
homes in other states yesterday. She
goes to Shelbyville, Ind.

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buchanan, of Peoples National Bank"IT i
New York city, are at the San Juan ,
hotel. They are here to enjoy a few
.. .-. days sightseeing.Mr. IS-A PLEASURES) SERVE YOU." :

J. J. Miller, who has been visiting -
his sister, Mrs. W. T. Walker, ;
- -- at the Willola, returned yesterday to- i ii
his home in St. Petersburg. i

: .
Rev. F. D. Hoskins, who has been _.-
spending the winter with his son, Mr.
T. E. F. Hoskins and family, at their Miinnnn III' i I I H M C Ml I M i t M 111 M 0 I e M 11 M I M tX40' *
LET US FURNISH YOURPORCH home on Lake Cherokee left yesterday -
for Hartford,_Conn. i i'

Mrs. W. C. Saunders who has been
spending the season in Orlando, a New Fisk Prices
guest at the New Lucerne hotel left
RIGHT NOWIf yesterday for her home in Rochester, s sAt
N. Y.Mr..
New Low Prices i
and Mrs. A. P. Lacy and daughter -
Miss Mae arrived in Orlando
on the Tampa Special from Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values
Cincinnati, to spend a couple of weeksin i
it is one Piece or CompleteSuite this section.Mr. .
Size Plain Tread Casing Xon-Skid Casing Tubes :

need : and Mrs. C. H. Gotnalt and Mr. 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 .-
you we can please you and Mrs. Jack Churchill, of Daytona,
were among the prominent Floridians 30 x 3Vij! ________$11.60 12.20 2.70 !

terday.registering at the San Juan hotel. yes- 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85 1

34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 f

yesterday Ocoee was by the represented following in well Orlando known 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20 r ;.

Here Few Suggestions citizens: 1lessrs.V.. J. Minor O. R. 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
are a Tyner, J. I. Witty, and J. P. Haw
thorne. If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.

: Vudor Porch Shades in all sizes. :Mr.: J. B. Barnes, who has been one
of the faithful linotype operators in All
Genuine Crex Rugs in all Sizes___________50c. to $12.50 the Reporter-Star, left yesterday for We Have a Service Station.
the wilds of Lake Okeechobee, wherehe
Genuine Deltox Rugs, in all sizes __________25c. to $7.50 will cast his lot for a while.

Good Fibre Rugs, 9x12 _______________________$5.95 Mrs. Gardner and granddaughter, Adjustments Made Here.

Genuine Cingoleum Rugs, all patterns and prices. Miss MildredVarner, who have been ,
spending the winter in Orlando guestsat -
American Fibre'Porch Suites, specially priced. the Willola, left yesterday for their r
home in Maryland.
Chinese Hong Kong Chairs and Suites.
lion. E. W. Davis, of Orlando, one San Juan Garage Company jj
Old Reliable Maple and Double Cane Porch Rockers and of South Florida's best known attor-

Chairs always good. neys, was a prominent visitor to the
city Tuesday on legal business before .
the supreme. court.-Tallahassee True "I II I I II "I" I 11' 111 II 1..11 I II T I"' t IIII II LUll. It.. II t I J H' II.....

Let us Save You Money Democrat.Mr. -- --- -

and Mrs. C. A. Raulerson, Mrs.A. .
A. Moran, Miss Bobbie Nicholson, -
and Mr. M. E. Dooley motored to Or-
lando yesterday from Geneva and
Oscar Hand & Son
spent the day shopping and greeting
friends. .... --
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Mr. and Mrs. John Dunkin left Or- ';- ;.'. f#
West Pine Street lando yesterday for their home in f ;? 1
New York. They have been pleasantly .
situated with Miss Lendrum on
Patrick street. They expect to return I
again in the fall. : -
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... .1111.11111111111111111.111111111111111111111111. :Mrs.: E. G. Swift, of Newton highlands THE SAVINGS CENTER 'j }
Mass., after an extended visit ."", -: .
to Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dale, at their I / I
THE HAPPYEASTER home, 30G Anderson street, left Monday SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE '.. :
for Jacksonville for a brief visitto i
friends before leaving for home. INVESTMENTS, in .the long run are !

GIFTLet .A- Transients registering at the San placed where earning power combines with B 4 I
Juan hotel yesterday include C. W.
Watkins E. B. O'KelljF.. M. hull GREATEST SAFETY. } =.
Jr., Jacksonville; Harry Jarrett, Tam- i. ,
a welcome gem-set ring say "Happy Easter" for pa; D. A. McDonald. Fred V. Hill, That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING i 2'I .
you this coming glad season. Delight a dear parent, a Boston; B. D. Hiers Gainesville, andG.
big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or W. Johnson. Birmingham.Mrs. DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER ; ;
friend. I T
S. A. Steer, Mrs. A. B. Lawrence OF FLORIDA. .
There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than and :Miss: Kittie Kilham were
among the winter visitors leaving Or- 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts
lando yesterday. They will visit pointsof ,bwt e '- -
lack. interest en route to Lowell, Mass. 11

And, let the ring you give be an unusual ringonethat the While New here Lucerne.Mr. they .made their home at

is guaranteed to endure through a life of constantwear.

and :Mrs.: O. W. Gifford and
:Mrs.: D. Delamater, who have: spent
the winter in Orlando, were among :r.. .. I
. Expert Watch Clock and Jewelry those leaving yesterday for their f
homes in New York. They will make
stops at Jacksonville, "Washington and '
Repairing Engraving other point of interest on the way,

I Apopka reaching The following were home in about Orlando leading the yesterday first citizens of )Ia-on of. w i: Orlaildoi n B nk & Trll t C illlmn I

business before the county commissioners -
: Messrs. D. W. Clark, H. H. i ii
1 T. H. EVANS Witherington, G. W. Tibbetts, J. I
Anderson. W. G. Talton, and Leslie Consultation Incurs No Obligation "
Waite. They wanted the county solons i ,
to resurface the Apopka ana
f i JEWELERtUMimnMiiiiiiiiiiiitMiii Winter Garden road. That highway I
s is now strawed between the two I I
i places, but they desired to have this
,+ illinium llllll.f removed and clay or =:l" j_*.;rt:::t *od. 1'f;


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