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 8, 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 ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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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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lURE [ T
morning's Sentinel of the news PAYERS OF ORLANDO! I
Will Buy Cotton on DaciaRussia STATED BEFORE I LEFT HOME
story as written by Claud F. Johnson,
Has Made Greatest Advance IN SENATESENATOR
the Sentinel's representative at Tallahassee SUCH TIME AS A PUBLIC

in Carpathian in which he used the sentence: MEETING: HAD BEEN HELD AND
"Griffin says he will push desired bill TilE MEASURE ENDORSED. UP
Campaign (charter change bill) as early as pos- TO NOW I IIAVC RECEIVED NO tl
GORNTO WANTSA sible," Bert Berry dispatched the following SUCH L'ILL FROM ANY ONE NOR J

Smyrna Forts Destroyed CONSTITUTIONAL telegram to S. S. Griffin: HAVE I BEEN ADVISED THAT ,

Paris, Aprl 7.-A dispatch to the "HON. S. S. GRIFFIN TALLA- SUCH A MEETING TO DISCUSS --
Vail of Smyrna has refused the de-
bombardment. The Smyrna forts it CHARTER OF ORLANDO EARLY -,-C. F. JOHNSON. ParagraphLARGE I II
de AS POSSIBLE. THERE HAS i Mr. Berry is of the opinion that
is stated have been completely Lower Branch Legislature Ad- I
molished. BEEN NO PUBLIC MEETING AS Mr. Griffin will not introduce the pro- : DASH WAS DEEMED IMPOSSIBLEToo
journs to 10 O'Clock TodayNo PER YOUR STATEMENT BEFORE posed bill. Others are of the s ime PARTY RETURNINGA
LEAVING HERE. PLEASE ANSWER Some of party of thirty from Orlando left
Important Russian Success opinion. course, are not.
Petrograd April .-Russia has Committees Are AT MY EXPENSE. BERT It is presumed that when :Mr. llrif -rt night over the S. A. L. for New Many Hostile Craft Aw.iit
York. The was gotten by
party up
important success in the BERRY. fin received the message he immedi-
won Carpathians.very NamedBy This telegram was sent at 12:35p. i ately sought Mr. Johnson and gave Mr. :Morrison.: Any Attempt of Eitel to

Sunday her troops fought their way m. i out the above official statement. :Mr.: -0RACK --
over the ridge at a point due south Claud F. Johnson At 3:40 o'clock the following mes- Johnson, is representing the Sentinel TO NORTH Escape From
of Baligrod and they are now drivingthe sage was received: at Tallahassee and also representingthe Mrs. William White and son left .
Tallahassee, Fla., April 7.-(Special ,
Austrians down the Hungarian "BERT BERRY. ORLANDO FLA. I' Tampa Morning Tribune, and his last night for the North after spend- Tort
slopes of the range. to the Sentinel.-The committe on STATEMENT OF S. S. GRIFFIN: reports are supposed to be absolutely ing the winter at 414 North Orange

The achievement was accompaniedby rules in the senate reported at the WHILE PERSONALLY I FAVOR I authentic. However, he is as susceptible avenue. Newport News, Va., April 7.-Cotn-

no great captures of guns or pris- opening session favoring the rules of TilE CITY MANAGER IDEA AND I to errors as any other human OJ -- Thierichens of the German cruiser .o-
WILL INTRODUCE SUCH A MEASFATEHINGES being. KNIGHT TIlE GRIPW. night handed the following letter to
oners. 1913, and Senator Ion L. Farris of- A. Black, representing the Law- I Collector of Customs Hamilton:
The extent of ground won probably --- ------
exceeds anything achieved since the fered an amendment that would. em- -- ton Jordon company, of Jacksonville, "I wish to inform you that I intend

Carpathian battle was begun many body reduction- .of- the- committees- to was in Orlando yesterday. to interne S. N. S. Prinz Eitel Frit-d-

weeks I six numbered committees and five -- rich."The
ago. I NEUTRALITY WILL RETURN SOON relief which I expected appears -
standing committees, with special Smith and Mr. II.
London Statement :Mrs.: E. Ashley to have not arrived on time, so
London, April 7.-A dispatch from I committees to be provided by the Gardner Jackson will depart April 13 that the number and force of the ..n-
Amsterdam the fighting is still 1 chair. Senator Johnson defended the over the S. A. L. emy's cruisers waiting outside the
proceeding in says the neighborhood of I rules committee report and Senator ON BIG BATTLE WHEREINMAY GREEK CABINET TO MAIN- bay makes it seem impossible that a

Nueve Chapelle. Hudson, of the ISin district, supported BE DECIDED I TAIN STRICTEST KIND ALSO RETURNING dash for the open sea could now be
The allies' artillery is bombardingthe Senator Farris' amendment. llrs. Sperry and companion departed made with any hope of success."I .
villages of Fromelles and Ilerlies. Senator Himes, of Hillsborough, MEXICO'S DESTINY OF NEUTRALITY yesterday for their home at Cran- have decided to not deliver the
The Germans delivered numerous and Senator Adkins, of Starke, opposed I ford, N. J. crew and ship to fruitless and certain

counter attacks especially in the the amendment. A vote being 40,000 Men Are Engaged in the Following Consultation With -0-- death."I .
night, but have been consistently un- taken, the amendment was lost by a FROM ALTAMONTEA. am greatly obliged for the courtesies -
successful. vote of 30 to 2, thus ending Senator Great Clash Near City of the Kaiser Field Marshal L. Taveau, of Altamonte, was in shown me by alt United States
Farris' fight for general reorganization Orlando .
Artillery fighting in the Fromelles yesterday. authorities."I
Returning to Con-
Irapuato, Accordingto
of the legislature. await orders."I .
region, it is stated, has been partic- your
ularly violent. Senator Gorno introduced a concur- Report stantinopleBerlin ORIGINAL TWIN AUCTIONEERS have communicated the same
The Germans attacked at this pointin rent resolution providing for a consti- ARE COMING AGAIN message to the commander of the U.

close formation supported by artillery tutional convention. It is understoodthat Washington, April 7.-Without wireless to London, April 7. S. S. Alabama. Respectfully yours,
while four aeroplanes dropped at the constitutional convention news of the battle reported in prog- -A dispatch from Athens states that' Big sale and free barbecue at Taft. Thierichens." t '
bombs on the British positions.The the question of reapportionment of ress near Irapuato, in the state of the Greek government held a crown Monday and Tuesday, April 12 and Hamilton immediately wired tiie
German infantry is said to the state will be considered. Guanajato, upon which the fate of council to discuss the international 13. news of the commander's acton jto
have suffered considerable losses. Senator Blitch introduced a bill call- Mexico is believed to hinge. situation. Penny Bros. and Thomas Bros., the Assistant Secretary of the TreasuJyPeters
Strong German attacks near Ar- ing for a constitutional amendmentfor Forty thousand men, according to The members of the cabinet decidedby greatest auctioneers in the country, who is in charge of the ciUe
mentierres according to this dispatch, state-wide prohibtion, which was last reports, are engaged, the forces unanimous vote to maintain the have been engaged for the occasion. at Washington. He then lifted the
also failed. referred to the temperance commit- being pretty evenly divided. strictest neutrality. Richardson Bros.' concert band and embargo on the departure of mt r-

The British warships continue to tee.Senator Villa is in personal command of his I male quartet will furnish the music. chantment flying belligerent flags, releasing -
shell the Belgian coast supportingthe Plympton introduced two troops. Obregon, the Carranza com- Field Marshal Returning This auction company carry ten or about 25 British strtimers.
allies on land operations.The measures one providing for a steam- mander, is on the scene. Berlin, wireless to London April 7 more men, every one an artist in his The navy department will take
allies .are delivering infantry boat and boiler inspector, and one for The Villa agency tonight issued the -Field :Marshal: Von Der Goltz, who charge of the Eitel immediately.!
attacks regularly. Numerous trains municipal auditors. following bulletin: came from Constantinople to consultthe line.Taft is eight miles south of this Probably nothing will be done toward
bearing German wounded are arriv- Senator Hudson presented a meas- "Villa has moved the main body of Kaiser and general staff, is returning city in the center of the drainage dis-I dismantling her until tomorrow.
ing at Bruges and Thourout. ure to provide for a state plant path- his forces south from Queretaro to to Constantinople. lie arrived trict comprising 41,600 acres of rich
ologist and means to prevent insect engage the troops of Obregon. De- at Vienna on the way back. alluvial land. When drainage is com- ORLANDO MADE STRONG BID
French to Buy Dacia Cargo pests to plant life. An act to appointa velopments of supreme importance to pleted this section will be second to FOR ELKS CONVENTIONThe

Paris, April 7.-The French gov- naval stores inspector, by Senator the future of Mexico are now ex- GOVERNORS AND STAFFS ARE none in the state. Everything that
ernment has decided to buy the cargo Lindsey/of Garyville; to appropriate pected." INVITED TO CONFEDERATE can be grown will produce big crops state convention of Elks closed
the interned American funds to fight citrus canker by Hudson and strawberriesbeat
of cotton on REUNION AT RICHMOND lettuce, celery Palatka and Jacksonville
ship Dacia. The chamber will soon of Miami; to encourage the destruction the world. This is a young town yesterday at
MEETING OF ORLANDO S. P.C. A. was chosen for the next place of
be asked to vote an appropriation to of the turkey buzzard by Richmond,. Va., April 7.-Invitations less than five years old, has had many
purchase this and other captured car- Wells, of Leon. Senator Roland to The Orlando Society for Preventionof were on the way today to the hard knocks, but with the push and the meeting. However, Orlando after display-the
right spirit by going
for the burial of all animalsdyinlt"
provide of the various Southern
goes in neutral bottoms destined for governors energy of its present citizenship, it
to Animals is bid
Cruelty to
planning convention and making a strong
in the state Senaotr Drane, to
; and
States their staffs from Governor take its the
Germany. will soon place among
establish commission form of govern- hold a public meeting in the Tourist for the place of meeting. C. O. McLaughlin -
Stuart, of Virginia asking them to live ones of the state.
Paris Statement ment at Florence Villa; Himes, to Headquarters Friday evening, April attend what he declares be the The Jacksonville-Tampa brick highway urged that Orlando 7>e
in- 17th, at which prominent speakers for chosen as the city to hold the ned
give state treasurer authority to
last reunion
Paris, April 7.-Tonight's official veteransin now building and drainage will
the will be
cause present. convention and he made
insurance condi- a
certain strongspeech.
statement vestigate the Confederate capital to be held make this town faster than ever
says"Weather grow
continues tions; Farris, of Duval to enable qualified Charles L. Albertson, of Waverly, here June Features Orlando withdrew from the
very bad. There beginning 1. of before. A syndicate from Chicagohas
N. Y.
president of the society in his however when it
voters to vote when away from race was seen thstthe
nevertheless the will include the dedica-
has been great activity gathering recently secured large holdings
county, and for eighteen police honors could be
between the Meuse and the Moselle, home on election day. Senate then years tion of the Confederate :Memorial: In- and will put in a demonstration farmat not capture'!!
in New York will be
captain city
took recess until 4 m. one M. M. Smith was elected first vic'-
where maintained all and p. stitute and the of the
we gains laying corner once. With this and other develop-
of the .
session of the speakers.Ir. Albertson is a president. It is reported by the Elks
At the afternoon senate -
realized further progress. I I stone of a monument to Gen. T. J. ments coming this town will exceed
of wide and
will have
man experience who attended the that Mr.lcLaughlin's .
introduced meeting
the following measures were -
Stonewall Jackson."In .
"Near Paried east of Verdun, we ( ) the expectations of all.
much of interest for the
public. ::\ bid for
carried two lines of trenches.At : An act to provide for: a all human probability," says the The property to be sold consists conventicn
Les county treasurer and a county school invitation "this will be the last the A. L. was one of the finest ever deliveredand
Eparges Tuesday night we I DON'T FORGET TilE BOARD OF reunion good business lots along C.
feature of the session.
treasurer, by Senator Gornto; an act was a
made an important jump forward. TRADE CONTEST of Confederate survivors to be railway, beautiful home sites, and
The Germans have been violently to create a board of county tax assessors held at the capital of the Confederacy. small farms for white people. Also

counter attacking all day but have not ( and tax equalization board Remember the Board of Trade It is therefore all the more appropriate very desirable residence property for WHAT TilE WEATHER MAN SAY*>
contest -
regained any of their lost ground. |and a state board of assessors and I' and seemly to have gathered colored people.
now being carried on through the
Their last attack which was particu- I equalizers Senator Rowland, o$ columns of the Sentinel closes April here representative officials of Past history proves the time to buy Florida: Generally fair Thursdayand
Gainesville; an act regulating the sale all the Southern States is the of
larly strong they were mowed down 15. Write and mail to- as partici- real estate on eve develop- Friday.
i of produce on commission, Senator your answers in event which will Now is the time Taft. The
by our fire. There the result achievedwas pants an particu- ment. at
the of Adkins; an act for the relief of the day. contest is causing much in- larly mark the pride feel in and all extend to
woods Ailly. we our citizens, one you a
estate of E. W. Scarborough, Senator terest. Judges will be announced heroes and dead." cordial invitation them the
Come living to join at 25 lOIN B. OFT. YESTERDAY
1: Watson; an act providing for es- shortly. to the Sentinel and and
free barbecue. Everybody come
;, tablishing and maintaining experi. ask for details if you are unfamiliarwith CLEAN UP DAY AT LUCERNE have good time.
BEACHAM liS TREASURER : ment farms in the Everglades by the them. You may earn $25 in I i

internal improvement board, Senator prizes. Now is the time.ADDITIONAL A unique program has been arranged Sure-the Board of Trade-Litl
i Hudson; two measures by Senator I by the management of the Lucerne STILL COLD IN TilE NORTHMr.
Will Hold Purse Strings of the Terrell to revise tax laws; an act by SOCIETYSt. theatre for Saturday. Couponswill tie Chance to Escape the
of Polk be printed in the Sentinel. All :: W. N. Kurd who with his fam-
i Senator Drane, county, to .
Taft Drainage District- i'I change the location and name of Louis, Mo.. April 7.-Miss Mary I children who clip this coupon certifying ily is spending the winter in this city, Campaigners

O. B. & T. Co. Depository 1 Fargo, Polk county; an act by Sena- Busch, eldest daughter of Mr. and I that each child, boy or girl, has at their pretty home 110 Summerlin :Members
;! tor Drane to incorporate Auburndale, Mrs. August A. Busch and grand- devoted one hour's time to cleaning Place, is just in receipt of a letter
Bank Polk county. ; daughter of the late Adolphus Busch. !! up the premises, will be admitted free from his friend. Dr. Gallup, Long Hill, Twenty-five new members to tl ;.
i Only one measure was passed today was married tonight to C. Drummond I I I of charge to the theatre. The tickets I Conn., in which_he writes that winter Board of Trade were rounded up yes
The Taft Drainage District (inc.) in the senate and certified to the Jones, of St. Louis, clubman and ten- !1! are good for all day Saturday! Watch is probably returning. The Ice King terday. Only one more week and the
has held several important sessions in house. This was a special bill by nis star. i I I I for the coupons in the Sentinel. I holds full sway, snow in some places contest closes. The list is growing
the office of Davis & Giles, counsel Senator Cooper of Punta Gorda, to being banked up three or four feet longer every day. Be a self starter
for the company, recently, and the .validate ratify and confirm the Sara- roads in very bad condition, cutting and join now.
big project will soon be under way.B. sota-Venice special river and bridge Transportation Life At Depot winds and that it snowed all day on Here is the result of )yesterday'

Beacham was yesterday elected district Manatee county, an elec- Easter Sunday. battle:
treasurer of the company, and the Or- tion having been held in said county Raj born, D. B.
lando Bank and Trust company was March 16. This measure was, upon I: Presents Gay Festive Aspect FRENCH GOVERNMENT: ORDERS Poulson Rev. E. T. Baptist church.
selected as"the depositary bank. Un- waiving of rules, put on third readingand 45.000 TONS OF STEEL FOR War low. Judge T. 1'., county judge.
der the direction of K 1{. Ludlam, certified to the house for concur- SHRAPNEL Knox, James A., insurance.
chief engineer, surveys are being rence. Pittsburgh. Pa. April 7.-An order Kanner IL, dry goods.
made in the district, which comprises t I In the lower house, other than to When No. 84 over the Atlantic were four extra coaches. Mr. Y. R. "calling for 45,000 tons of steel.rounds Hart I'. C., meat market.

41,200 acres. | pass numerous resolutions among Coast Line rolled into Orlando yesterday -I Beasley traveling passenger agentof for shrapnel has been placed with the Person Dr. W. C., physician.
I which was one that became known as at 9:56 the the road, was along and was attentively Carnegie Steel company by a Cleve- Nicholson, J. E- bakery.
TO MASSACHUSETTS FOR IN I the "no-kinsman" resolution, prohib- morning passengers looking after the welfare of land concern acting for the French Harper Dr. W. M.. osteopath.
TERMENTThe ; iting any relative of a member of the gathered at the station and those that his patrons. government. Quigg, E. ..\., livery stable.

house holding any attache's position.there usually assemble to see "the others 'I The A. W. Cary tourist party of Blankner. F. L.

remains of ,,_. :M.: White, who was no real business transacted off" were treated to some old-time seventy, occupying two steel coaches, FUNERAL OF LITTLE HELEN Woodbury, R. C., wholesale grocery
died prepared by Un- today, adjournment being taken be- martial music by the drum and fife will leave Orlando tonight over the I BUNCH Hardaway, S. D., Pure Food Groc'yDaetwyler
dertaker Sunday Hand were and shipped to the old fore noon until ten o'clock Thursday.The corps of St. Cloud who were accompanying A. C. L. for New York. :Most: of them Funeral services were held yesterday -! R., real estate.
home at Springfield :Mass: last night. speaker of the house has not the vanguard of old soldiers are en route to their homes in Glens at the home of Mrs. R. W. Hammond I Forage. Naif grocery. .
Mrs. White and accompaniedthe announced his committees. to the state reunion in Jacksonville. : Falls, after a season spent in this I for little five year old Helen I Giles, LeRoy B., lawyer.
remains. a They were a jolly, happy lot, and were cit\. Bunch, Rev. Poulson officiating. Stalberg, H-, dry goods.
Tallahassee Fla., April 7.Specialto ( I seemingly having a fine time. On Wednesday evening, April 28, Beck. A. L., Beck Lumber Co.
the Sentinel.)Senator Donegan, About seventy passengers were on another party will start from this city POLICE COURT YESTERDAYJack Phillips W. Paul laundry.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON of Kissimmee is a member of the the north bound train yesterday for their homes in the North and has WieninKa. B. veterinary surg'n

F. G. Whitehouse, 78 years old, died judiciary, finance and taxation, corporation morning over the Atlantic Coast Line. been styled by transportation parlia- Young, drunk $5.00. Yancey T. A., meat market.
yesterday afternoon at the home of banking chairman of pub- They came from points down the road mentarians as "Clean-up Night" as Hutton. L. P., architect.
his son-in-law, C. "'. Brown, West lic lands and drainage, and memberof and have been enjoying the beauties of it will be the last'large exodus of peo- We have the best in the Columbia Dean Jas. L, druggist.;
South street. Burial will occur in the prison and convict committees of: South Florida all winter. Some twen- ple from this section until another Grafonola. Catalogues of all music Rogers, Fergus & Rogers.

Orlando cemetery. the senate. ty-odd joined them here, and there season rolls round. records issues. Curtis & O'Neal. Sallas, S. F, plumber.I" 1

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HE WAS TELLING HIM. Chuluota Items -

A Fine, Sweet Pipe I

for you is the Wellington. With it,you can be sure And He There Kept Was on Almost Telling a Row.Him Until Chuluota, Fla., April .-The weather SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

of a cool, sweet, dry smoke. You won't have the During one of the visits" of the British ter still at hide-and-seek stays cold and again.spring and win-

slightest trouble keeping the Wellington clean and royal family to Halmor11 I I tbe then Mrs. M. E. Jacobs got a fall one I '
tractable. Saliva can't get to the fire to boil and Prince of Wales mow Kf IK Jeorgei. day last week which resulted in avery Garden and Field Seed .
splutter. / dressed very !'imply.4 crossing' one badly sprained arm which she
of tbe Scotch lakes in n >tt-"'r. and. is now carrying in a sling.
Billie Jacobs and I ;
sister Miss Ber-
curious to note everything
relating to
tie, and J. !
Ti'deneJaeobs and Gabe i
the management; of the vessel, be entered Long spent Monday in Orlando. I If r

tbe galley where a brawny highlander Miss Bessie Hodges; ,of Fort Christmas ;
is visiting Miss Golden Dent Corn, quart ____10c
was attending to the culinary Sadie Black- ---------------------

h" r matters and was met by he savory burn at "The Palms" this week-end. i Hickory King Corn, quart ________________________lOc .
Prof. T. P.
Berry, of Lakeland I
is made on the correct pipe principle It wont odors of compound known by Scotch completed his first course in music Stowell's Evergreen Corn, quart -15c
foul and it cant dog. Come on in and pick the men us hod;;:fiKxljre.; which the highlander ; teaching here Saturday evening and Country Gentleman Corn, quart _loc
was preparing was promptly employed for second
like best-
shape you every one a master-pipe. "What is tlatr asked the prince. term. I White Dent Corn, quart -----____________________lOc
25c 35c. 50c.
l up. who was not Known to the cook. Mrs. \V. S. Borgard, of Winter Garden -; Hasting Prolific Corn, quart -----_______________2oc
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Look them over at the Made AmericaGOOD fn "IIod;.:fiHMlse. sir." was the reply. Mrs. F. M. Story, this week. I Pop Corn(for Seed or poping, lb. -.--lOc
"How is it madeV" was the next Miss
question. friends May Long at ,City who has Point been, came visiting I Kentucky Wonder Beans. ____quart 33c;> 3 quarts $1.00

"Why. th na's mutton iutil't and tur- home the lost of the week.S. 1 Red Valentine Beans,________ quart 35c., 3 quarts $1.00

i AND BAD CIGAR STORE nips. intil't.. and (-an ts illtilt-\n41"- on the. F. East Long,Coast who has for the been working: ; Refuge 1000 to 1 Beans _____quart, 35c.: 3 quarts $1.00 .
'Yc$ >einterrupted tie prin' -e. past several -
months. came home last week. 1 Lima Beans quart _30c !j

lf lt t Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.last Monday Hinebaugh to stay went sev-to I Burpees Stringless; G. Pod Beans, quart, 3oc., 3 quarts $1

f OUR MOTTO : eral days.J. Florida Favorite Melon Seed, lb. _'_65c .
T. Hodges, of Cocoa
several days in Chuluota spending Ga. Rattlesnake Melon Seed, lb. _GOc

: Small Profits and Quick Returns. penning.The to gathering. his cattle ,for attending spring I' Tom Watson Melon Seed, lb. ______________________75c

Choice Clay Peas quart 15c. 2 for 25c
Easter quarts
exercises at the -
i "Tampa Special" is the best hen feed made or sold > r < Err'i4fl Baptist
Sunday school yesterday Black Peas ___
afternoon Eye 18c
I ------------------------
! anywhere, regardless of cost. To introduce it, we will, were quite pretty and impressive.
; for a few days, give a package of oyster shells with each % The services consisted of special sing- I Whipporwill Peas -quart 15c., 2 quarts 25cI
r sack purchased. Try it. ing by Prof. Berry's class and a very I
f We for the BEST pretty march and song by the little
are headquarters Feeds.
tots, who marche
r through
L THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. the greens decorations and found of two flowers beautiful and nests ever- City Drug* StoreJ.

F W. L. OeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 full of varicolored eggs to which they
helped themselves, and
! by marching out closed wiht the their exercises L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLA.;

, prizes.



proving a very .popular addition to the office supply depart- San Antonio
ment. It has a catch that is unusually secure and still unusually have been assassinated foreigners in-
easy to open. A four year old child or a weak-fingered young the thur City Bullard of Mexico, according to Ar-
lady can open them with perfect ease. e Johnson, an attorney
representing jointly the 2,000 Ameri-
These files are strongly made, are dust proof and sells for cans of the city and the international

35c. each. Better see them when you are again in need of letter committee of the capital district,who
files. Our name is on every file and our guarantee is back of the passed through here lest night on his ;
who had not learned that -intil't" way to Washington. Ihe: persons as-
meantin it." but what is oiotin "* sasinated the according:- .o the statementof My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen .
Why, there mutton Intil't. and tur- committee, coun-
%v. S. BRANCH, nips intil't. and cariots intil't. and"- selled Mr. Johnsonore by the di i 'l'> natic corps, says months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the .

J THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE The-Yes man I see looked: butwhat up. and Is seeing'intil'tr"that iards.Swede, three Romans an and American six Span., a same time it always has.

the prince was asking the question In
good faitli. he replied a trifle nettled: TIIINLJ
i *'Wasn't I tellin' ye? There's mute

ton hitil'C mid" PickV! will never become mouldy if I Bos Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The'Jeweler.The .
"Ye certaiulr. I heard you but you p"t a i.v bag of mustard in the
CAREY HAND what is 'intilT-'intirt top i the receptacle in which they
"Ye daft gowk! yelled the biph- are Kept. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
lander. brandishing his big spoon. "amI Read Down Read Up
no' tellin'e, what's intilt? There If your silk dress looks rusty you '
FUNERAL DIRECTOR mutton luW.lIt're '."- c :n revive it by sponging it with water P.l\I.P.!
in which potatoes have been boiled. 1A.l\I.IA.\1.! : P. M. A.M. M.
the interview was brought toa
AND close) by one of the prince's suit w ho Orlando
Astrakhan fur is much in evidence. 6:3oi1o.15; 3:00 9.30 1.30
was fortunately passing and steppedin
to save his royal highness: from be- Ocoee 7:30ill.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30 5.00
I IDIII lug rapped over tbe bead with a big new.Tailored blouses of chiffon are \Vinter Garden I 7:45\11:30\ 4'30 8.I5 12.15 4.45

spoou. Oakland 8ooi-: : 4:30: \ 8.00- 4.30
All cali answered
] Promptly Day
I Hand Block. must truly ere those whom we
or]Night. -- appear to <"Omullnd.Ve must bear That's a terrific "BacktotheSoil"movement

with their imperfections correct them Houston Post.Speaking going. on in Europe Osceola Pocono Manor Inn
Orlando Florida.PHONE with gentleness and patience and lead
- -
I them in tbe way to heaven.-Fenelon.I of municipal cleaniness Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa
I Scrubtown, Mich., must be given some
639. RESIDENCE PHONE;457, Would Have Been Inside. consideration.-Buffalo Express.No .
, Walter Scott and :Morritt were once

in Galgate. Bernard castle, where was matter which way the tide of
situated the Inn the Burns Dead war turns, poor little Belgium gets it I MANAGERORLANDO
which had a portrait of the bard as a in the cervical vertebrae. -Manchester -I
sign. Morritt showed this to Scott and Advertiser. I I -
asked if it was like the poet. II
! Wt s "How long has it been there?" asked PHONE 6.16 -I I

Scott. .
OFFER FOR (ONE WEEK swer."Two or three years.** was the an- For Eight Cylinder Cadillac : ROOFINGAND

Then it's not like Robbie" said -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING 1
... Scott. -Hobble would never have
Same Attractive Prices stayed Dundee so long Advertiser.outside a public house.. SHEET METAL CO.

17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla. i
t on Property on Cheaper to Walk.It 12-10-lm i

happened on a three cent car line. I Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
f The car was crowded. A German got
f i. on. He bought a quarter's worth of Dr. S. S. Jones I and Rubber Roofings

LAKE LUCERNE tickets (eight The conductor took
one and banded him the others. Tickets CHIROPRACTOR I
Cornices Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings
r* called the conductor as he came Skylights.
t. graduate Davenport College, 17 and
t around for fares again. The unsophis
18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone
; The of Orlando ticated one gave him another. Other 209. Intelligent people everywhereare ;
Beauty Spot Works: 14 E. Church St. -
i calls and finally the German banded being restored to health by chiropractic
ifE fE over his last ticket saying: "Py hIm. adjustments, the new science
fEr lael. I puy no more tickets I valkr of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
And be got; off and walked.Argonaut.The free. 12-24-lmo

Doctor's; Diagnosis.
f C.A.HOVEYf Senator Smith of South Carolina tells

this story uf a little argument 'In the
courtroom between a rising young attorney :
and an elderly physician. The Pure Ice

attorney was prosecuting a damagesuit.
i and. the physician's testimony be- reerr'iI
f ing detrimental to his cause he was c
.- ---- I trying to show that the doctor was I Ii
r inex|'ert.He .
i When want PURE ICE
asked several satirical questions.The you For Party
phj&ii.m answered patiently.Then CREAM call for HAND'S. If !
Hammond &Gore
be tried a final shot"You've you don't believe that we take Club i i
sent a good many of your
the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from i
patients to heaven haven't you. doc- ;
Church Social
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS tor?" be asked."ICe11. facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All

1 presume they went there.:* make it. You will be surprised School Social I'
I replied the Jlby kian. "unless they had cans, moulds and everything
at the care every detail is given.
formed too < l IOM? an association with
used in the manufacture of
our Lodge I II
COMPARE In wyt'rs. -Washington Star. Any kind you want, any time .
) I Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- I
I The Invitation. I you want it. In any quantityfrom PicnicOrder

OUR FURNITURE : Two recruits<< in a Scottish regiment I; a quart up. IZ ed. I
I I were visiting: ; an Knzi! !i'h church for ,
the first time. They had not been seated You are cordially invited to Hands Pure I
We provide the quality of furniture'that has I long : long before the orgauKt began to inspect our factory at any I
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the play. a"er lively voluntary. This time. Ice Cream i
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. -something;: new to them and they
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 'I make =5tened in astonishment i.ot being; !
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones ,, used t'. music of that sort in church. -

of this business, and that means much to any buyer. One of theta was then aroused from a
t I I reverie !hy :a tap on the shoulder.
Turning around he ":H:1 lady the HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

F llcNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK owner of tbe pew. who smiled at him.
wishing to pass to her seat.': He did

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla. mum.not take" he in said.the"Take mate PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Streetr
\ J You'll find he can dance much better

\b -_- -0- -I than me-London: :MalL ;


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I Sligh S. J. orange grower. to study conditions there for himself. IIIIMIMIIiiiliMIMt MIMIililiiMMIiilillltllllllllMIIMiMMt
Smith, W. H, chief police. The most important event in the l I"
300 MEMBERS BY MAY 1 Sperry, E. F., mayor. life of King Albert was the ideal love
Schnaar Jno.. insecticide mfg. match he made with the Princess I,I
Strong Claud E_ Phillips Mfg. Co. Elizabeth of Bavaria, who is today
"BE A SELF STARTER-DON'T Steinspring, II. W., wholesale groc. doing for the Belgians as noble workas
T her husband. j
Turner, J. E, mgr. citrus exchange. King Albert is truly loved by his GREAT SLAUGHTER
-JOIN THE BOARD OF Tilden, W. L., lawjer.Topliff people. He is called the greatest
TRADE NOW C. II.. restaurant. ruler in Europe from the standpointof
Terry, F. J.. monument works. the common people. Fate! has dealt
Townsend, C. S., contractor. him a cruel blow within the last year.
'MEMBERS PAID, 1913Ange ; Tenney, Llojd S., Mgr. Fla. Grow- The kindness of Americans in provid-
I A ers' and Shippers' League. ing for his ruined people has deeply
J. contractor.. Thornton. James I.. retired. touched him and has given him cour-
Anderson F. L, grocer. Tucker J. H., county treasurer. age to fight it out with his valiant
Baxter, F. EL real estate.B Vivian II. A., dairy.W troops in the trenches.
The most cruel cut that King Al-
Bossier, Dr. II. J-, dentist. Way S. Y., insurance. bert has endured is the charge that SALE
Beardall, Dr. HaL, phjsician. Waring R. D., real estate. his country violated its agreementsand
Brannon T. C, S. A. L. conductor. Woodruff Seth. stockman. made secret treaties which abro-
J. D. Barnes 'fow ell-Duckworth. Watson, W. ., S. A. L. engineer. gated its rights as a neutral nation in
Dr. R. P. Buckmaster osteopath.Nat Whitman. Dr. A. B-, dentist. the European war. That his honor
Burman, gents' furnishings. Wright, Whitney, cigar store. and that of his country will be provento
Bumby, Joe hardware. Weathersbee. Allen S.. transfer co. the world is the firm faith of King
Butt Arthur tax assesosr. Wilmott, J. \\".. Tremont hoteLY Albert. OF
Brokaw, W. II., nurseryman. Y JAMES:: MACKAYE, Boston so-
Beeman IL, San Juan hoteL P. Powell Yowell-Duckworth- ciologist and economist ;years old .
Branch, W. Sn book store. Yearby, J. R-. Yowell.lJuc.-kworth. today.DK..
Berry, Bert, auto repairs. HARRY B. IIUTCIII S, presi-
Brown T. <)? men's clothing. NOTABLE BIRTHDAYS TODAY dent University of Michigan, 68 years
Bradshaw J. N., insurance. old today.
Branhatn L. G., S. A. L. frt. agt. DR. WILLIAM H. WELCH, pathol-
Beardall. Win.. lawjer. April 8 ogist of Johns Hopkins University, 65
Barker Geo. J\., painter. KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM, the years old today.
Burden Jas. N., Butt's Candy Kit. ruler without a kingdom who is fighting HON. CHARLES C. CARLIN, con-
Beggs James D.. real estate. with his soldiers at the Yser, is gressman from Virginia, 47 years old
Bumby A. W., Bumby Hdw. Co. 40 years old today. Although he is today.
Butt, E. W., Butt's Candy Kitchen. without a kingdom or a home, he RMNANTI
Brown C. G? Yowell-Duckw'h Co. commands the admiration of the GET BUSY AND SEND IN YOUR
world. Three months sufficed to
Beeman Edwin San Juan hoteLC ANSWERS TO TilE BOARD
crush King Albert and his trusting
Catechist I). S., restaurant. countrymen. Entirely unprepared fora OF TRADE CONTEST
Cheney, J. Y., O. W. & L. Co. violation of treaty obligations that
Christ, Dr. C. D., physician. protected his land, the king made a Considerable interest has been
Curtis & O'Neal book store. determined stand to preserve the nation aroused in the contest conducted by
Caruthers & Gore, grocers. and its integrity. The Belgians the Sentinel to increase the member- ,
Cheney Donald, O. W. & L. Co. displayed heroic courage and patriotism ship in the Board of Trade. Several
Chad wick. C. D.. real estate. and his peonle have suffered ruin answers have been receivedmoreare .AT
Cheney, J. Mn O. W. and L. Co. with a patience that is sublime. desired. Sit down today and send .
Cohoon. Kobt., canning factory. From the day that King Albert in your efforts. The contest will close
Curry W. K, Curry & Smith Cigar came to the throne of Belgium, the April 15 and prizes will be awarded.
Factory. whole world realized that a new orderof The following prizes will be given
D king had come to rule. He was Here is the list:
Dann. II. Carl real estate. first of all a noble man one to com- For the best fifty word article on
Davis, W. M., stock raiser. mand respect and admiration for his "Why you should join the Orl- ndo
Davis, G. II., wholesale grocer. IMP qualities. His one aim was to Board of Trade" W. S. Brani-h. Look TilE BIG STUB
Dickson Harry, Dickson-Ives Co. make his people prosperous and hap- store $5 piece of statuary, "Limei
Dickinson C. 1*., lawyer. ov. lIe came incognito to America to alda. Address all letters to "Join;'
Dickson-Ives department store. study our industrial conditions and The Sentinel. ,
Dolive. S. G.. real estate. our school systems. He spent weeks For the best fifty word article on
Dow C. 1'-, Peoples National Bank. among the steel workers of Pennsyl- "The best way for the Orlando Boardof
Davis E. "'., lawyer. vania, and a full week in Boston Trade to advertise Orlando" Joe
Dale Fred 1J-, real estate.E. studying educational methods. Cheney, O. W. and L. Co., $5 worthof
G. Duckworth. Yowell-Duckw'th. King Albert was born at Brussels gas. Address all letters to "Best
Duke Buford Duke HalL April 8" 1875. Up to the time he was Way," The Sentinel. TOD..A.y
Dolive, Louis, insurance and realty.E 16 years of age there had been no expectation For the best Orlando Board of
that he would ever come to Trade slogan DeWitt Miller, of the
T. II. Evans, jeweler. reign. His father, Philippe, Count of Wyoming hotel $5 in gold. Addressall
Estes, V. W., druggist. Flanders, was the heir, and hip eldest letters to "Slogan," The Sentinel.
Edwards. Dr. G. IL, physician. other, Count Baldwin, was the heir For the best fifty word article on
Eaton W. II., Orange nresumptive. His elder brother died "How the women of Orlando can assist
Essington W. O, The SentineL grower. then the father, and in 1909 came the the Board of Trade," Marion Ives, ([Many wonderful bargains mark the clos-
death of Leopold, king of Belgium. of the Dickson-Ives Co., a $5 costume. ,
Empie, Jno. F, Spot Cash Grocery.F .
On succeeding Leopold six years ago, Address all letters to "Women," The
his first work was to make a complete : Sentinel. ing of our great challenge sale.
Ferris, Josiah SentineL reform in the methods of conducting I 1 For the best fifty word article on
Fishback D. tL, irrigating plants. the Belgian Congo colonies. While he "Why the Board of Trade is Orlando's
Francisco Nick fruit stand. had much affection for Leopold, he i i most potent and valuable asset," The
Feinberg J. L*, clothing. deplored many of his practices and, Sentinel one year's daily subscrip- Here you will find the most gigantic collection -
Father M. Fox Catholic church. although Leopold was angry about it, tion. Address all letters to "Why,"
FiezI, A. A., Orlando Hoof & Sheet Prince Albert had gone to the Congo I I The Sentinel.
Metal Co. of remnants of all kinds of
Fort. L. 15., San Juan Garage. mer-
Field A. It. Field & Co.
Fuller A. Y., Palms Auto Co.
G chandise which has accumulated duringour

C. E. Graham retired.
Goodrich, C. \\. abstractor.
Gore Mahlon'retired.Griffin ti big sale. Bleached and Brown Mus-
S. S., real estate. I

Glenn Gordon W.Frank M., ,The sheriff.Sentinel. I lin Apron Ginghams Dress Ginghams Per-

Giles Jas. Lh, real estate.. ,
George J. T., meat market.
Guernsey Jos. hardware.. cales Lawns in White and Fancy Crepes
Green, Henry, contractor.II ,

Holden Hand Jno.E.,M furniture... steam laundry. UJ HAT brain infernal, guided cunning these ghoulish what devilish hands ? Voiles Batiste Organdy Silks and Ribbonsin
Hartcorn. Albert R, lawyer. straight to the throats of their
Helms, F. Lu, Helms Hdw. Co. victims .
Hand Cary, undertaker. lengths} of one yd. to ten many good
Hauselt. E. G., Peoples Bank. Why was suspicion always cast upon an

Howard, C. K, Orange Co. Citizen. Innocent person? .

Hovey llowell., C.Dr.A.J., real(X, disordered What horrible workings of a ';;. Dress Patterns in the lot and all marked at wonderfully -
mind noth-
stopped at
Haden A.
II 0e.. S., State grower.Bank. ing to gain its own end? low prices. They must go as we need the room for
Holbrook, J. 1% Hupmobile. You'll be so excited you'll hang _

Hupple Hand H., AL E,, auto ice cream repairs.mfg. onto your seat like grim death j other new goods, so we have marked them far below

Herndon, JB., civil engineer.Ives as scene after scene of baffling
I mystery,strange crimes stirring the low prices we have been giving during our big sale.
M. B., Dickson-Ives Co. adventure tender romance.
Jackson J. \ ., turpentine operator.J and the marvelous, unheardof -

Jansen Carl city clerk. feats of Sanford Quest, It's a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of

Johnson C. E, So. Fla. Foundry. scientific detective i pass
Johnson, S. A., city commissioner.K before you in the pictures while it lasts. In order to secure space for our new
K on the screen.
E. S_ A. C. L. frt. agt.
Kent, A. G., retired. See this greatest of / summer merchandise all remnants must go. That'swhy

architect.L all detective
King flurry S. plays. ,
Nothing like it ever your dollars are bigger for the next few days
Long L. B. Helms Hdw. Co.

Lawton Laubach, J.P.B-F.,printer.feed store.. shown episodes before.that excite Fifteen-entrance powerful- than they will be again for many a day. They look

Lartigue, Chas, insurance. enthrall.See .
Len Works.II. !. Cain-O'Berry Boiler it. Take the wife and the children or the best girl. Don'tmiss bigger to us and they'll buy more for you.

M it. It is so big and so wonderful you'll be amazed, delighted.
Massey. L. C.. law"er.Ier'k. Fifteen smashing episodes. Set aside one evening each week to- We are determined that our store shall be absolutely clean and
N. J., druggist.
)Miller J. O-, auto livery. fresh with the new spring season. We are determined that if
Magruder, J. IL, Empire hotel. See THE BLACK
Miller DeWitt Wyoming hoteL BoxThe startingly drastic reduction will accomplish our purpose, all the
McCullough. Geo., departm't store.
:McLean, \\'. postmaster.. Photoplay Serial Supreme 15 Episodes-one a week S Remnants in our store will find new owners at once.
Martin W. E.. tax collector.
Mathews, Tom "'., contractor.
:McEwan. Dr. J. S., physician. ROOF GARDEN THEATRE :
:McKay, Donald G.
McElroy, J. Merle. McElroy Phcy. I
Moore, J. merchant.. : ROOF GARDEN, TONIGHTFOUR
N ewt lI. J. J., Newell Electric Co. c-q
Norcross Capt.O I\, retired. UNIVERSALr Ij I

Overstreet M. O.P. banker manufr f i I

Payne L. l.. fertilizer and lumber. 1... Universal Topical. Joker Comedy.
Phillips, T. ,\".. auto dealer. ..f i I
Peppercorn F. A., contractor. "THE REFUGES"

Porter Patterson.Dr.J.George c.. retired., Phvsician. Finley's' Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStoreHas .6.XDLTED'VEEKLY"t I

Phillip, F. II-. machine mfg. t
Admission Free until 6.30
Phillips Geo. \\"., machine mfg.R Victor Drama, 2 Reels, Kerrigan, Sisson p.m. II

Rush, Gray Ford dealer. always en hand a large and well selected i : "THE STORM" Admission Nights 5c. and lOc. f'

Rogers W. W.. San Juan Garage. stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints, I ,, I t
Rex Walter W.. Dickson-Ites Co.
W. II. Reynolds, retired. Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies. II I : !
Robinson C. B.. la,,}-er. I t
Reese J. 11_ Reporter-Star. I Yowell-Duckwortli Co.
Rose, \\'. 11'., real estate. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT
Robinson. O. S. traveling man.
Robertson W. IL, retired.S .

Starbuck, V. S.. lawyer. FINLEY'S PIONEER : Orlando's Largest Store. :"Quality Did It." !

Smith. H. A., Orlando Pharmacy. .
Self II. M_ meat market. HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court ..
Smith M. :M.. real estate. lllllllll-lllllllttt .. .. 111111111" .
Soloman, Ben, dry goods. ...


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THE: DAILY I The mayor has received a letter bear- SIDELIGHTSBy I iTTHE
ing a Jacksonville postmark contain-
South Florida Sentinel ing a clipping from the ( W. S. Branch)
A SAD. Tampa Tribune. The
MORNING AND WEEKLY SAD BLOW clipping refers pointedly The principal business at Terre
: +V. M. GLENN .....................Editor to several cities in Haute seems to be voting.-Times- FOR SALE
.. ..
W. C. ESSINGTON Ba.ineM Manager Florida where insanitary conditions Union.

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida exist and the worst of it all is that You are quite mistaken. A few
as Second Chas Mail Matter. Beautiful Orlando the gem of Florida months since the Terre Hauteanswere
cities heads the list. The author of all going to the polls but just
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the article is Dr. John H. Long. Thereis now the most of them are going to -
t, Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15-00 no need to reprint the article. The jail.
Daily. 6 Month ...eo................. 2-0 substance is that Orlando is not --0- J ,

Daily Daily.: 1 3 Month Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: 1:-25 M above other cities when it comes to Some people contend that the brain u, ,
sanitary conditions. It is a sad blow power of the colored man is inferior
Weekly I Year ...................... 11.00 for progressive Orlando to be told by to that of the whites,,but our experience A new two-story :
f ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS IN outsiders that filthy places exist here! is that they can pack a box of modern
f ADVANCEi Keep your eyes open watch your strawberries with a few big ripe ones eight room
i ADVERTISERS: premises encourage cleanliness use on top and all the rest of the quart I and unique dwell
the broom destroy and burn all rubbish small green and worthless, and turn I q h I
f Copy far di.pla--all .th r hand-et wash and scrub use disinfectants the trick as well as a white man. ing, with double
advertising lanai be handeo in at the kurincMoffice allow the sunlight to fall in -.- I
ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
I the day before publication. This rule applies sheltered places see to it that your Editor Bob Holly has gone to Talla- sleeping porches,
to chance for contract advertising: it I. garbage cans are covered and begin hassee and landed a job in the legis modern and I
*. Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. early to swat the flies. Orlando stands lature. It is said Bob had heard that garage

: Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued for progress in civic and business af the people of Longwood had a plan on butlers quarters,
S should notify the office in writing on fairs. Its sanitation should be in foot to divide Seminole county end I
the date of expiration otherwiae it will be keeping with its other standards. Do the astute editor concluded the only very pretty location
i continued at the regular subscription rates, your part and Orlando will be aloof safe way was to be right on the
until notice to stop is received. overlooking Lake
f Telephone Namb-r ................... ... It from all criticism.In ground through the entire session.
o -.-
C Eola. $4500.00 will
the meantime building operationsin Jack Johnson has into oblivion
gone -
: .
Orlando are on the up grade. A Harry Thaw is edging that buy this if taken
i house here residence there and if the
new a new way now Times-Union will
Now all together, boys; pull for an addition a pretty little garage to let up on acting as the general public- now, it is a bargain.S.G.Dolive&Son.
r the horticultural convention for 1915. house the emblem of prosperity, fresh ity agent for Roosevelt the reading
t o paint and foundations plainly indi- public will be greatly relieved on
The luxuries of yesterday look cate that Orlando is in a splendid con- three points.
# pretty cheap alongside the necessities I dition. All one has to do is walk ARTS and CRAFTS
r of tomorrow. : around Orlando to see the present Don't overlook the want ads.
f 0 conditions as they really areVe
"After the war-what?" asks the will issue a challenge herewith to any
( New York World. NOTHING. The other city in Florida that can produce
t answer is easy. I in cold figures statistics showing more DoctorsBiickinastcr Of good workmanship in \Ien's Tailoring is
t 0t new buildings, residences and improvements -
What has happened to the Darda- that have been made in fully established with us. No one is more cog-

; nelles campaign? Are all the wires the past six months and are contem- & Brinuliigc REAL ESTATENo. nisant of the fact than ourselves, that to be
down or is the Sultan? plated for the next six months than
E. 0 Orlando all statistics to be based according OSTEOPATHS dressed correctly. one must have not only the

f I Arbor day is coming; but you can't to population.The 3 WEST PINE STREET I material to begin with but the fabrics built
r celebrate it satisfactorily by merely 0 Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
l boasting about your own family tree. old and time-worn saw that Kirksville Mo. Second Floor into the garments to ensure a "lasting and a
o "politics makes strange bed-fellows," correct symeteIJ" All of our Men's tailoring
f t The Ocala Star strikes it right is as true today as when the axiomwas 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
when it says: "Sunday should be a first pronounced, and the logic of National Bank. Phone 578. The want ad.'s the thing. bear the mark of expert workmanship. It is
day of rest and Monday should be devoted its truth lies in the fact__ u that_____ when a .1 Emphasized in the production of
t to resting up after Sunday." man gets a thorough case of politics
o in his system he at once becomes inoculated J- -I
The people who operate laundriesin with the germ of universallove I Hart Schnaffner
this country are respectfully reminded and straightway becomes a uni-
that few Americans wear the versal commoner so liberal so sympathetic -
shirts of mail now popular among the so democratic he will lie
fighters of Europe.An down in the bed on the ground, or & Marx
o- even with his head pillowed on a rock,
exchange prints a political ed- with anything that has a vote.-Ar-
itorial entitled "Grave Danger in Dic cadia Argus.RESOLUTIONS. Our complete range for Spring and Sum- .
tation." Many people find that out o
is for
mer ready your inspection.I .
when they fail to read stenographer'scopy OF RESPECT TO
before mailing. MEMORY OF W. D. GORSLINE
People might be willing to get up Orlando, Florida April 7, 1915.
an hour earlier, with the clocks set We the undersigned committee appointed Magnolia AvenueI
ahead on the daylight saving scheme by the New York and New
but never can they be persuaded to go Jersey Association of Tourists as-
to bed an hour earlier.A sembled at their rooms last eveningto
have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
o pay tributes of love and respect to
dispatch says the peach crop in the memory of their late president uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.
Georgia has been destroyed by late the Honorable W. D. Gorsline of Mil-
frosts. In Florida it requires more lers Mills New York whose sudden This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
than a "frost" to kill Orlando "peaches" death occurred soon 5fter his returnto
number of
of the better-half variety."A his home. bearing fruit trees.I .

o We therefore, wish, on behalf of will sell the entire will sell numberof I
property or any I
walking tiger:: locked: up, arc ths society whom our riend loved
the headlines in the Pensacola Jour- and seized so faithfully, to expressto feet off south end.
nal. Should have seen the one in Or- his family and home friends our "
lando the other night at the Grand heartfelt sympathy in the death of The house is in good"condition and is arranged into
theatre. It was "smashed their and friend
up. our and brother.
light housekeeping and does in-
apartments produce
o Though he had lived beyond the allotted an I
St. Arr uctine is tackling! something time to man, still we feel that come of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I i
new in the amusement line. They are his years were filled with an earnest
now holding "street balls" in the Ancient to bless and help others and his life bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
City. We've never attended one here was a blessing to all of us who
of these terpsichorean events but came to know him. And we trulycan BARGAIN. .
have looked upon others who had par- not but feel depressed when we 8MEN'S
ticipated in "street brawls." know that we will no more see his Cash or terms.
o kind face nor clasp the glad hand on
There would be a good deal less earth again; and we, therefore say .
friction in this world if people would lef us all try and so live that like him,
keep their mouths shut until they hada when we leave this dear old earth HATS
reasonable idea as to what they that it may be the richer and better
were going to talk about. This class for our having lived in it.Respectfully .

of gas ought to be sold at a high figure Our complete stock now in, every estab-
instead of spilling it for nothing. : A. Eaton M. B. Pratt Uriah Seely S. Y. WAY -
o Mrs. C. S. Fleek committee. lisped style is with us, every face can be

John T. McCutcheon of the Chicago fitted.
Tribune has a recent cartoon "The I' Orlando Florida April 7, 1915.
Country Set to Music." Across the Pursuant to a call by the vice-pres- Insurance and Real Estate Agent Ask to see the new Leghorns, they are
ident and secretary of the New York
United States is a bar of music each very dressy and extremely fashionable.
and New
note bearing the name of a city and Jersey Association
Florida has for its note "Palm held last evening, quite a numberwere
Beach. Under the notes is the well present to pay tributes of respect PHONE 172
and love to the memory of our
known "My country 'tis of thee
Sweet land of liberty Of thee I sing." late president, the Honorable. D.
Gorsline of Millers Mills, New York
The last word falls on the southern-
whose sudden death occurred the
of the Now
most part peninsula. we
same night of his return home from
know where all our songsters birds
and warblers are located. his pleasant winter in Orlando. I
o I Though somewhat depressed by the
sudden ending of our friend's life
Now that baseball cluuj have discov- kind thoughts and pleasant recollec-
ered Florida to be an ideal state for tions prevailed and a committee was / %C9r. II

trainingBRING appointed to express our sympathy to I hi I
MOTION camps an his friends and home folks and our .
PICTURE COMPANIES invitationTO love for him.
FLORIDA. should b e Uriah Seely, vicepresident.Mrs. .
extended to C. S. Fleek secretary.
every moving picture company in the -
United States to come to Florida and We set v
stage their plays. What state is RESOLUTIONS FOR SISTER MILDRED / e' onlY
filled with more picturesque beauty M. MARTINTo Pure
than Florida True there are no o .
mountains as in California but this the Officers and :Members: of the Drums (
state has the wild and natural scenery Orlando Kebekah Lodge No. 12,
unsurpassed in any other state that I. O. O. F.: yf ; f
should be capitalized and utilized by We, your committee on resolutions,
every motion picture concern. respectfully report as follows: CHILDREN'SBONNETS
Within the southern confines of this Whereas in His mysterious but all
state are winding:: streams sparkling wise providence it has pleased our
[ lakes, sweeping majestic and inspir-i Heavenly Father to call from our I .
ing forests beautiful undulating:: and midst our sister :Mildred:\ :M.: Martin; 1 I \
exquisite beaches historical cities and I therefore, be it
nature with a thousand Resolved that we have lost from j
gorgeous charms-these features and many our order a loyal, Christian member. \ This season we have given considerable

others are within the grasp of the whose daily life exemplified its princi rf \ attention to this department, and have now A
motion picture companies.An ples.That
invitation should be extended to the influence of her life and an assortment that includes the very latest

the companies in the North East and example shall remain with us to our I of Fashion modes in Panamas Leghorns
West. The motion picture industryhas profit. II
done more for California in the That our heartfelt sympathy is extended I \Iilans, also a full range of: Baby Caps in

last five years than any other single to her bereaved husband and :Mulls Silks and Organdies.DICKSONIYES.
factor. Why? Because it has brought children; also to her mother and sister -
publicity to California where other who with us are bereft of a loving -
sources would have failed. A billion friend and relative.
pairs of eyes have seen the beautiesof That a copy of thes resolutions be I
California; the canvas flashing the spread upon the minutes of this I &
brilliant pictures of southern California lodge:: ; a copy sent to the bereaved I
have attracted and interested family, and a copy sent to the news- !
many thousands of investors and vis papers for publication. I
itors. They have gone to Californiato Mrs. A. H. Gauthier Mrs. W. H. [
live to establish new enterprises Forster. Mrs. J. T. Dale, Committee. CO.I'

to enjoy life. It is said that fifty percent March 25, 1915. 0 :
of all pictures made in the na
United States have been staged in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .
southern California in the last five You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. I

:years.Slowly. LOST-Gold watch between city hall Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the ; .OEP ARTMENT STORE.
gradually, motion picture and Presbyterian church, with fob
directors are realizing:: Florida's nat- attached. Letter "E" on fob. Returnto best quality compounds of tested strength and purity. I .. ..
ural features in the production of this office and receive reward. Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not ORL.A DO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
plays. Let us express the hope that -J-8-St* allow it.You.
1916 will find Florida filled with base- can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. I The Store of true service, of ne'er-faiJing courtesy -
ball clubs for the training and FOR RENT the of fair dealing of trustworthy
season -By year, furnished We have been filling them in Orlando for 20 mer-
motion picture companies for a stag- 7 room house 4 blocks east of the years. chandise, at right prices
ing and setting season. And Orlando postoffice; low rent; big yard and :MEW:'S PHARMACYTHE : I
.. should not be behind in the popularityof porch. Inquire Butt's Candy Kitchen.
; her sister cities in this respect. 4-8-3t REXALL STOREr t

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April S to 10. Z !

Tuesday, April 6, 1913. 10 A. M. MltMMMIMIMMMIIMtTODAY'S
Today Board met. Present Chairman M.
"Gentlemen's evening" at the Ros- O. Overstreet Commissioners Dillard PROGRAM
alind Club; Mrs. Cheney, chairman. Brown Sweet and Starbird. -I-Ul'els- '
The Bachelor Girls; Miss Jean Per The following bonds as notaries Imp. "In Self Defense." In two vii ;
son hostess. public approved: parts with Win. Shay, Violet :Merse- j
Here and There Club; Mrs. Z. V. Bruce Floyd; sureties T. O. Brown reau, and Hagar Henley.
Raulerson. and P. Phillips. Sterling. "A Race for a Bride."
Kil Kare Klub. Eugene B. Bradley; sureties C. Starlight. "Help! :Murder! Police!"
Annie Coleman Chapter U. D. C., Kennison and L. L. Payne. Two good comedies today. -
Chapter House, 3 p. m.Friday Warranty deed from the heirs of Our next serial "Master Key."
Chas. Livengood, deceased, for part of World Film Corporation presents Watch for the date. Coming soon.
Mrs. DeWitt Miller, hostess for the lot 1, block 3, Tiner's plat of Pine Five cents to allLOSTFriendship. o DIAMONDS AND 0
Nullos Club. Castle received and warrant for $75 JEWELERYFor
Garden party; Judge and :Mrs.War- ordered issued in payment thereof.
low and Miss LAURA SAWYERIN circle Easter Buds and Blooming Brides. We haven't been in busi-
Warlow at "Craycroft"Saturday July Perry requested the Board to pin, set with
ask the comptroller to allow the re- rhinestones and black enamel stones, ness all these years without knowing what's appropriate as gifts. I
Entre Nous Club. demption of certificates 452 of 1894 between Dickson-Ives store and cor- Our store is a panorama of blazing, sparkling jewels at prices
Saturday Bridge Club.D. and 482 of 1896 and all subseqaent ner of Main and Jackson streets. Return lower than the lowest. Our back Iii
A. R. meets with :Mrs. C. P. delinquent taxes at a flat sum.0 to Sentinel office and be reward money guarantee with everything. J I
Dow. action taken. ed. 4-8-tf

-0- Communication from H. II. Wither- "ONE OF MILLIONS"A ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
THE MISSES HOLTENTERTAINED. I in ton asking permission to close FOR SALE-1914 five passenger _
"Derby" avenue between Eleventh Ford overhaul and repainted. i Ib
Nine tables of bridge players en- and Thirteenth streets Apoka to conform -. New seat covers. Bargain for cash ==Ow--. dJ
joyed a delightful afternoon with the to public road and plat recently Dyreda Art Feature Photo- only. S. B. Hutton. Phone 700.0.. _- __ -_-
.Misses Holt yesterday, at their homeon recorded received and upon motion 5 West Concord avenue.lSU.*
North Magnolia avenue. Thequests I petition was granted. play.
were met at the door by Miss Request of Mrs. Kirby Williams to
Mary Holt and her mother Mrs. remove road running through east half A SAVING IN PAINT
Chauncey Holt, and later were intro- of southeast quarter northwest quar- i iIS
duced by :Miss Grace Holt to the ter of southeast quarter section 17, LucerneTODAY not made "by buying cheap paints, ,
Misses Robertson, who assisted during received. No action taken as the but by purchasing the very best i
the afternoon. The drawing room route of said road had already been grades such for instance as we han- ,
and library were tastefully decprated
dIe. Just think how
in many pansies and roses and in the Communication from W. E. :Martin, more poor
hall the ever popular punch bowl tax collector to have the minutes of The Greatest Indictment of War y paints cost )"ou"if you have to keep
stood. Miss Benner who is the very the county commissioners show that y renewing them every year or two.
attractive guest of Miss Millie Smith he collector is instructed "
as tax to pay Think how much cheaper are our
captured first prize, and Mrs. Flor- over to the bond trustees the money ever staged. ""i
ence Hudson second. The hostesses I I collected by him from the 7 1-2 mills "THE DOUBLE CROSSING OF paints which last two or three times i 1

served delicious cream topped with levy, received and the following mo- as long. ;
whipped cream nuts and strawberries made
tion "SLIM"
was :
and cake coffee and mints. Oth- Upon motion duly seconded it was FOUR SPLENDID PARTS III II Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O :
ers assisting during the afternoonwere ordered that the minutes show thatV.
Miss Lottie Holt and Mrs. L. H. \ E. Martin tax collector pay over Reliance Western. pai T M 205 S. Orange Avenue

Gedge. to the brick road bond trustees the
--0- money collected by him arising from COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.

TRIANGLE SOCIETY the special levy of 7 1-2 mills levied
BANQUET APRIL 13. by the Board of County Commissioners -
A social event to which many young I I of Orange county to provide for "ON ACCOUNT OF A DOG"
people of the city are looking with the interest and sinking fund of said
interest is the second annual banquetof brick roads bonds, on July 6, 1914. HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" Princess Drama.
the Triangle Society, to be servedat Letter' from W. V. Knott, comp
the Orland hotel the evening of troller in answer to a request from WRIGHT SEED COMPANYAll
April 13th. This society is composedof the Board for the cancellation of tax
the young people of the Methodist sale certificate No. 327 of 1892. All fresh seeds for
Baptist and Presbyterian churches of certificates affecting the land em- "HIS SISTER'S KIDDIES"Thanhouser
the city and many will recall the ban- braced in said certificate having been
quet held at the Empire hotel one heretofore cancelled by order of the Drama. GARDEN AND FIELD
Plate tickets have been 10 cents 20 cents
year ago. comptroller, upon motion it was or-
printed and are in the hands of Miss dered that the comptroller be requested
Claudia DeLaney, at the postoffice, to allow the cancellation of certifi- Poultry Supplies Cypher Incubators t
representing the Baptist; Miss Ruby cate No. 372 of 1892 as it appears "A
Wilkins for the Methodist, and Miss that said certificate was inadvertently DRAMA"Lubin CALL ON US BEFORE PLANTING .
Grace Holt, for the Presbyterian. Do omitted from the list of certificates
not wait until the last minute to secure heretofore allowed to be redeemed by company, and the Florida Metal Pro- Comedy. 206 S. Orange Avenue
a ticket. An excellent program W. T. Champneys, at a flat sum of ducts company. Awards to be madeat
consisting of oratorical and musical I May session.
numbers is being prepared and we $50.Petition of A. S. Cecil et al. for At 7:45 a. m.. March 31, 1915 the '
hope to make this a pleasant and road, heretofore laid over, was takenup. first brick was laid in Orange county FOUR BIG REELS FOR THE
helpful occasion. No action. Laid for further on the Orlando and Conway brick
consideration. road at the Conway store, known as SAME LITTLE PRICES Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

MEETING MEN'S Petition of J. S. Loveless, R. II. brick road No. 2, by Chairman Over-
OPEN FORUM. Kellogg et al., heretofore laid over street afterwards the said brick was
The regular meeting of the Men's under the rules, was taken up. Upon duly filed in the records of the county. *
Open Forum was held last eveningand motion the petition was granted; the Petition for road by H. P. Cart- I
was attended by nearly fifty I road to be opened when possible for wright, W. M. Mashburn et al. received i
members. The subject of the eveningwas the county to do so. and referred back to petitioners -
Divorce. Those participating in Mr. Clark representing the board. for plat.Reports FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL I
the program were Judge Warlow of trade of Apopka, presented the fol of the following county of-
Dean Remson Dr. Howell, C. E. Johnson lowing resolution: ficers were received, read and filed:
Mr. Skinner, and President Dow. "Resolution of Frank II. Davis Superintendent of county home coun-
The meeting resulted in the passageof Board of Trade meeting March 9, ty physician, superintendent of roads Established 1886
a resolution that divorce should be 1915: Wheras, the highway from and bridges, foreman of road camp,
granted: only in one case, that of in Apopka to Winter Garden is one of county collaborator bond trustees I
fidelity. A "ladies' night" was ar- the main county highways to be im sheriff to state auditor, clerk criminal .
ranged for two weeks from last even- proved under the county bonding sys court, sheriff to county, licenses for
ing, April 21. Light refreshmentswere tem; and whereas said highway lies February and March pay roll criminal CURTIS & O'NEAL
served. adjacent to the doted Lake Apopka, court, polls, treasurer to state and
-- and on the rich trucking and citrus to county receipts, certificates of ,
NOTICE OF fruit lands of Orange county and by banks and financial statement of aud-
POSTPONEMENT.The virtue of such location should be itor. INSURANCE i
violin and piano recital arranged among the first to be improved under Warrants were ordered paid. LOANS I Ii
for tonight at the Rosalind said bonding system. Be it resolved, There being no further business the i,
Club has been postponed on accountof that a committee of this body be appointed Board adjourned to next regular ses-
the illness of Dr. Allen of Winter to go before the honorable sion. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Park, who was to have appeared on Board of County Commissioners at
the program. Instead a card party their next regular meeting on April ROLLINS HAS STRONG BATTERY
will be held at the Rosalind. 6, 1915, and request that this highway
be among the first to be hard sur- Sutherland Fla., April 7.Whenthe
SOCIETY NOTE faced." Southern College nine faces Rollins -
OF INTEREST.The J. P. Hawthorne represnting W. J. strong battery conceded to be t
April meeting of Orlando Chap Minor, entered protest to the changeof the strongest in the state by Coach
ter Daughters of the American Revolution the route of the brick road from W. W. Alderman of this school it will .
will be held at the home of Minorville depot to the bridge on the do so with the expectation of outhit-
Mrs. C. P. Dow North Orange avenue Ocoee and Orlando public road. W. J. ting Rollins despite their advantageon For Sale .
next Saturday afternoon at Minor also appeared in person to pro the mound. Batting practice forms I
three o'clock. The program willgin be test.Petition a considerable part of the routine
at four o'clock and all visiting of J. II. Gregory E. O. through which the coach is sending
Daughters are cordially invited to be Roper et al, for change in public his: men each day in preparation for House Lot 65x167. Price
present at that hour. road beginning at northeast corner the diamond contest here Thursday eight rooms.
of northwest quarter of section 35, and at Plant Field Friday.
The rummage sale for the W. C. township 22 south, range 27 east, run Southern must win both games if
T. U. will be held Saturday, 'of this south one-eighth mile thence west a it is to have a clear claim over Rol $4500.00. A bargain. I
week in building across from the A. little of one-fourth mile to intersect lins for the state baseball championship -
C. L. depot. Let all those who have I with the Winter Garden-Beulah road, toward which it is working.
promised goods for this sale phone received and laid over under the rules. Southern and Rollins broke even at
Mrs. J. L. Guernsey by Friday. Petition of II. C. Harrell, Dan Horton Winter Park and an even break on -
et al. recived and laid over underules. series here would necessitate a
The Entre Nous Club will be entertained rfifth game, and likely to be played on
Saturday at the home of :Mrs I Received from Count Home $10 the Rollins home diamond. After
Leon B. Fort. I for sale of pigs.Repairin Rollins, Southern takes on the Uni-
the bridge on the McCul- versity of Florida team, and later will
ADDITIONAL LOCAL lough road referred to the superin play Stetson University.
tendent of roads and bridges with Friday's game at Plant Field will

Dr. Luther, of Buford S. C., is here power to act.Communication. be open, admission free to the public.A I Is
. looking after his North from the V.. C. A good crowd is going over from this
Orange avenue and having on it cleared U. approving Frank A. Smith as pro place, and the fans at Tampa are ex- i
bation officer received and filed. pected to turn out for what promises !
. up and purchased put in G.A F.part Rogers of it who hasbeen Bond of Floyd Peel, as deputy Sheriff to be a great game. Grandstand : :: a 1EF1EF:_--

will build a house facing on Living with H. A. Smith and R. T. Peelas 1 charges have been fixed by Mr. Alder- :
sureties, approved. man at twenty-five cents, with ten
ston avenue on the rear of the
prop- Upon motion it was ordered that cents for the bleachers.DO .
the comptroller be requested to allow A lovely home in the best residental section of City. New,

erty.O. of the redemotion of south half of southeast IT TODAY modern conveniences, shade and fruit trees with
R. Cooke Esq., Pittsburg Pa.,
I quarter of southwest quarter, vacant lot easily worth X2000.00 alone.
who has spent this season at his win corner ,
section 26, township 21 south
ter home "Rose Villa," on East South range Nearly every man and woman and
will leave for the 29 east at the flat sum of $20, not numbers of winter visitors who
street are
Keystone To it is to admire it
I including clerk's costs within 60 days interested in see ,
Orange in
State :Mrs. Cooke
tonight. and the county gen-
rest of the party will return about the by C. Kennison, on account of excessive : eral and Orlando in particular, who Once seen, you'll desire it i

first of May. Mr. and Mrs. Cooke The tax.following firms are desirous of keeping in touch with Desiring, you'll buy it i 1
have been coming to Orlando for the for culverts: Good Roads submitted:Machinerycompany. bids enrolled the happenings renewed in this section, have Why not try it? !
or their
past ten allegiance !
I Dixie Culvert and Metal
to the old reliable South Florida Sen .
News comes to friends in Orlando I tinel. If you have not already made WALTER W. ROSE
that :Mr. and :Mrs. T. L. Joyce who arrangements to have the paper visit
recently removed from their home i in you in your Northern home, better
Orange county near Fuller's Station, Orlando Wood Yard subscribe today. Only $1 for the en-
Real Estate
to Tampa, so as to be near their son. tire year.
Mr. Harry Joyce, who is in business
in that city, that Mrs. Joyce is quite Removed from Pine St. two blocks RENTALS LOANS FIRE INSURANCE

ill, and that her life has been de north on Railroad, west end Wash- OSTEOPATHYDR.
spaired of. Office Suite. 1 and Watkins Building .
ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat I

Mr. and Mrs R. E. Comiskey re all times. J. C. HOWELL Phone 555
turned 1
yesterday afternoon to Glens .
Falls N. Y.. where they will remain Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ..
during the heated term. Thev have Kirksville Graduate
spent the season at 14 West Living B. W. Consultation Free
fall ston, will but when they return in the KINGSLEY Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan j
occupy their new home on HoteL
East Concord which was completed PHONE 344 I
just before their departure. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Orlando Fla.



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LOST-Black mare mule; split in one J....,umber: La-tl1. and Shingles
ear; shoes on front feet. Reward if ,
Lake Site SENTINEL 4-6-3t returned or notify James Porter.

Two ESSIXGTOX. 4-2-tf

Directory is the Greatest Want CLOTHES under the super- ORLANDO !
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. vision of Miss Echols. She is respon-
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

lakes. Knock Out For One Da? ______________25t YORK FRIDAY NIGHT. APRIL Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
tage on two For Three Days ____________50c 16. VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c RATE $17.60. SEE C. F. BIELER. -_-_- ---_--_-u _-_-_- _-_-_-_-__ .
For Qne Month ____________$2.50 820 WEST CENTRAL: .\VI:, OR GET
This rate applies on all ads of YOUR IDENTIFICATION CARISFROM
60 acres, mile off brick road. I r:
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate WHITE AT DEPOT. 4-6-tfc
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word for each in- EGGS FOR HATCHING-From the
sertion.If very choicest White Indian Runner
can't bring ad to ducks at one dollar per twehe. W. K.
See E. B. Bradley Qnick. the office you telephone No.your 24. Ac- Hale Route 1, Orlando, Fla. 4-6-61 WILL !

counts opened by telephone will be .
payable the following day. CONTRACTOR MAKE
R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see GAS
Every Home-Every Business before letting contract<< if you are going -
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a to build and want the best house YOU
Sentinel Want Ad. possible for money invested.P. I
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
W.\kln. Block PHONE 504 2-18-1moc
Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Good work horse at a 3-3-tf A CONTENTED WIFE
bargain; sound and gentle. Also
top buggy good as new. Inquire of EXCHANGE-Choice land for a good
can buy foundation V. C. Palmer 'on Conway clay road. automobile. T. J. Wilson, R. F. D.
stone building blocks side- Owner leaving. 4-7-61 No. 1, city. 4-2-6t
walk tile or anything in my BECAUSE, by the use of it for fuel in

line at reduced. Call around FOR SALE-Cheap, two-seated carriage TRACY & MOORE CARPENTERS
in good condition. Phone -House repairs of all kinds done
and let me surprise you on 024 4 rings. 4-6-3t promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; your kitchen, you will never have cause t
prices. screen doors and windows a specialty;
FOR SALE-One Studebaker auto, sleeping porches, counters shelving,
F. D. GORE, 20 horse power; two safes and fine garages, office fixtures; window and to worry about meals not being ready on
store fixtures. Inquire Phone 570, door frames made to order. Get our
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo. orices. 18 East Church street. A
time also will have fires buildor
4-2-6t postal will bring us. 3-31-lmo ; you no to
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH.

FOR SALE]-Modern home; eight Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
ashes YOU have
rooms and bath; orange trees and Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the I to sweep up. not a
large oak; seven minutes walk to next day. 3-3-tf
postoffice. Bargain. Inquire owner I in YOUR kitchen---tell hus-
412 East Pine. 3-21-lmo gas range your
PARTY FORMING, special rates to
New York leading Orlando night
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story April 8th, via Atlantic Coast Line and band---and he will do the rest.If .
Office corner Orange Avenue and cottage seven rooms and bath Savannah Line. Special through car c I
modern conveniences roomy porches from Orlando to Savannah. See :Mr.:
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg.. excellent' condition. \V. L. Tilden. A. W. Cary, 702 Broadway, Orlando. .

Phone 419. 2-23-tf 3-26-tf it's Modern-and Economical Gas j

FOR SALE-Cheap, one fine banjo; For cleanest clearest Kodak finish-
one good guitar; one leather suit
ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf
case; one 4x5 box plate camera; one
LettuceFinest steel trunk 30x15x37. See them at
106 Gould street. 4-6-6t
in the city.Strawberries buy sell rent and exchange real
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., f
and tools, best farm in county; va- over 30 years. Have handled over
riety fruits 1,600 trees elegant $20,000,000. Call and see me.
; up-
to-date: buildings etc. Room 3, Rock 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.An ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
I The famous Missionary Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own-
t variety. er. l-16-tfc 8x10 Kodak enlargement freeat
Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf


FOR RENT-Three furnished Easter Lillies I
r Guaranteed to be strictly rooms;
twelve dollars per month; ten dol-
fresh.Fresh lars unfurnished; or one furnishedroom '
t five dollars per month; in private _
family. 403 East Pine street. 1 u
Vegetables -1-7-3t* FOR EASTERGet I

r, Every day. ica.FOR Apply street.RENT-Cox to J. F. Watkins.visible, No.typewriter.2 Amer-4-6-Ct REASON The 14arlzet: ; :

F Brooms, Mops. your orderin OF CLEANLINESS OF [QUA | TY
FOR RENT-A 4 room house in Con-
f p cord Park; low rent. Apply at cor- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
y of Amelia -- --- FOR ANUNUSUAL -
f L ner avenue and Putnam early FRESH AND SALT MEATS
i street. A. P. Butman. 4-6-3t
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. !
FOR RENT-Will rent for the sum- PRICEon Everything screened away from the flies and kept {reeJI
mer my home known as "Michigan and I
4i Moorings," at 201 Concord avenue,, pure.
i. west. AH or part of this nine room We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We pave
New Modern Grocery house with barn, hen house and four .10E Dell Florist. everything in the Meat Line.
lots; all conveniences. See me soon,, t
please. Wm. L. Coryell. 4-4-tf two fine lots, ten min-
H. JVT. Self & OoJ

Phone 200 FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms for J. M. CARUTHERSPhone utes walk to center of city,
light housekeeping; summer rates; pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
close in, in a pleasant neighborhood; 509. 408 South Lake St. on one of the best streets.
6 i and 8 East Pine St. near Eola Park. Address 307 Easl t
.. Pine. 4-3-6t Citrus trees, walks, fence, -

FURNISHED ROOMS-Two dollars I etc. 1---
Do Your
a week. Apply Room 7, o'"erlode1 ..
Cafe after 6 p. m. Young men pre

Orlan o.0 ..Was inetoR ferred.FOR RENT-Three room flats 4-3-Gt'fur, ElectricFixtures SEE ME immediately if 1I -

interested sale must be
nished or unfurnished; low rates te as
permanents; close in; vacancies i in Look
two houses; all improvements. Set made at once or not at all

owner 301 East Livingston avenue.
DRAWING ROOM 3-30-lmo Old and at present prices. I

Car FOR RENT-New, Modern Five I
Sleeping room house. Apply 510 W. Central Worn Out ? yr !/ IA1ltaA' 1&/IL'rI i ii

FOR RENT Cottage, for the summer
First Car on March 16 or by the year; cheap. T. A
I have established a plant for
Yancey. 3-28-tft
i I

VIA FOR RENT-Small flat modern con the refinishing of all metal ,
veniences unfurnished. Jas. A
Knox. 11-3-tJ t fixtures and brass beds. This PHONE 696 ,

Atlantic Coast Line NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOMto work is done at a small cost, and !4
East Central Avenue THIS BUNGALOW FOR SALE .
adults only. 409 Delaney street. 905
Standard Railroad of the South 10-25-tf makes your fixtures look like t
: Bearing Trees and Fruits and Vegetables. .
Open for Passengers af 9 P, M. WANTED new. Price 120000. Easy Terms. jW. j

Tuesdays Thursdaysand lED-Good., second hand dresser Stock of second hand fixturesfor J. BARBER, just south Drennen Stat on.e .
; must be cheap. Apply at 40( sale. '
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Phone 652 and I will call ando ,
Orlando on Train 82. honest and reliable desires a posi
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays tion of some kird; he is aiding! t estimate jour job. The Orlando Meat Markbt
and start on a small saliiy and work up
Saturdays.For can use typewriter. Address F. P. R. you are disappointedabout

Reservations and Tickets rate SentineL:: 4-3-6t' L. W. LEWIS. getting a new Eas- T. A. YANCY, Manager

call on A.IC.( L Local Ticket WANTED-Boy between 14 and 11 ter Suit;we can put your

Agent. years of age to wait on trade amdeliver old one in good condition Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
packages. Opportunity foi r
advancement to the right kind of boy for just such occas- Florida and Western Meats
No application given consideration un CLINT BASS I ions.
less references accompany it. C. D.
-"' '- care Sentinel. 4-4-3ti c PHONE 315 I Oyster, Fish, Poultry, Vegetable, Game, E c.I .
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"; ; SAVE \IONEY-Br: buying cane, so:y West Jefferson Street ..ORLANDO STEAM UWNDRY.. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
beans, field peas grass seed, etc. I
from Carter Venable & Co. (Inc.> Successor toHandWoodCompany I Business '
Dry Cleaning 135 P. 0. BOX 226 I
Richmond, Va. Write for prices.
4-6-6t Steam Cleaning I Residence 133. Cor. Orange Ave. and Churc St.
DR. L H.
Pressing and Repairing i
OPTOMETRIST e Wood of All Kinds .
Watkins block to 505 South Main !
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE Are you looking for wedding presents PROMPT SERVICE --- -- I !
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES ? Come and see china. Or Umbrellas recovered and repaired
AND DO ALL KINDS OF ders taken for initial and my monogram; REASONABLE PRICES "while you wait," at Young's Repair I Try Our Job Department; i E Ev

OPTICAL REPAIRING :Miss: Echols. 4-6-6t c Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc. ..- "

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C..A.RL Z7ANN EE..A.L EST..A.TE; co.

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

do one thing SATISFY

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



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WOMEN IN TilE NEWS I the authoress, wilt sail for France to- It is said that six states in Germany -I the government to obtain its supplyof purchased are of the hackney blood. I Danish schools do not use a spelling -
morrow to take up her duties with the are now ruled by women, their naval fuel from the Alaskan coal With a view to encouraging and as- I boook; s-pellmf is taught as part
Thursday, April 8, 1915 American Ambulance corps. She has I royal husbands having gone to the fields. The navy expects to use about sisting the production of light horses of the reading process. Every teacher -
been speaking throughout the east, front. 250,000 tons of coal from the Mata- in England the Board of Agriculturalhas receives a fair salary and in ad-
Chicago, .-Miss Jane Addams and aranging for the publication of Alabani is one of the few countries nuska field in 1916, provided it comes arranged for auction sales of I dition to the salary he has the use ofa
will head the delegation of American another book, "Mary Moreland," a that have fewer women than men. up to the test of this fuel made last mares returned from the war in house with a piece of land attached.
woman which will sail from New dramatic story of social and business II year on the crui Maryland.: France. They are branded and soldon
York next Monday for the Interna- life. She told of treating a man who THIS DATE IN HISTORY The opening up of the Alaska coal condition that they are not to be MRS. BROWN DEAD
.had 167 wounds, the effect of shrapnel fields next fall will have an important exported.
tional Congress of Women, which as- I the
fire. bearing on steel industry on the
World Events of 8I Mrs. V. Brown died at her home in
sembles The 28.1 :
at Hague on April 1lyrtle.liss.The Eleventh Annual Pacific coast. The new coal has the
I 1793-Edmund C. Genet, first min- THE INTEL1GENTOnly Winter Garden aged 70 years, after along f
the Convention of the required coke properties which have
Miss Addams will also preside at Mississippi
I I ister from the French republic to the illness. Mrs. Brown was bornin
conference. The movement to bring Woman Suffrage Association was arrived Charleston, been seriously lacking in this sectionof New York state and lived
opened here yesterday. Dr. Anna I l United States, at the continent, and heretofore it has one person in a thousand is some
about a truce in war-swept Europe Howard Shaw and :Mrs. Medill Mc- I South Carolina. been practically impossible to make unable ta read in Denmark; in our years in Pennsylvania and other
has found a hearty response in other Cormick wer introduced and spoke to 1826-Duel between Henry Clay pig iron at a profit on the coast. United States the ratio is seven per states before removing to Florida.
and John Randolph. thousand.Out She left two children Mrs. Della Pete
the convention.
neutral countries. 1835-An aeronaut named Clayton of 260,000 Danish school chil- of this place, and Mrs. Warren Scottof
Boston.-The women golfers of New Orleans, La.-Mrs. Paul made the first long balloon flight in UMPIRES IN TRAININGBill dren of school age cnly 370 failed to Hancock, Wis. The funeral was
New England begin this season's com- Breaux, of Thibodauk, La., is the old- America. Flew 350 miles from Cin- attend school during the )'ear. held' at Clermont Monday, Rev. Lewis I
petitions today at the Wollaston est mother in the South. She has cinnati into Virginia, in 9 1-2 hours. Brennan Calls Them Together for Compulsory attendance between the officiating. The interment was at
reached 110, and her descendants' 1854-Explosion on steamer Ga- Work at West Baden, Ind. ages of 7 and 14 is strictly enforcedin Clermont where her husband was i
Club. As usual they are on the links number over 1000. She married zelle at Canemah, Ore., killed 21. that country, and the schools are buried nine months ago.-Winter Gar-
earlier than the men. when she was 13, and hopes to cele- 1854-Opening of great Indian canal Bill Brennan, chief of umpires of six days in the week. den Times.
The idea of Miss Evangeline Boothof brate the centennary of her wedding.One for irrigation between the Gangesand the Federal League, has issued the call I open If North Carolina could only have
the Salvation Army of organizing of her children is over 90 yearsof Sumna. for all his indicator-holders to assem- such effective educative work'e! Daily reading of Sentinel ads is
boys into life saving scouts has found acre. of letters ble this week at West Baden, Ind.,
The 1855-System registered I would become the leading state of the sure profit. Don't pass that part of .
ready response in New England. Washington.-Mrs. Ernest P. introduced in U. S. postal service. where they will be put through a South within a single generation. the paper by.
'first unit for the movement has been Bicknel, wife of the national directorof 1861-Civil war crisis approaching. course of training preparatory to the
formed here. Miss Booth, who is the American Red Cross, will sail Department of state refused to receive opening of the season. For the past 1- ------ -- -- -_._- -
commander-in-chief of the Salvation for Genoa tomorrow from New. York. officially, the Confederate com- month Brennan has been conductinga
Army in the United States, suggestedthe Her husband, who is investigating missioners. correspondence school with the um- IF YOU NEED
movement, which is being pushedin I conditions in the war zone for the 1864.-Union forces routed at Sa- pires, instructing them in the rules
eighteen countries and will be extended Rockfeller Foundation, will meet Mrs. bine Cross Roads, La. and solving various situations which ,
to every civilized land. Bicknell and their two daughters at 1881-Flogging was abolished in unexpectedly come up in many games.
Harrisburg, Pa.-County and city I Genoe. Mrs. Bicknell was identified the British army. The Federal League staff this year
chairmen met today at the suffrage ,with Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and Mrs. 1913-First parliament of the Chi- will be made up of Bill Brennan of
headquarters to complete the plans Archibald Hopkins in the campaignto nese republic met at Pekin. St. Paul; Fred Westernelt, Richmond; Letterheads Envelopes
for the suffrage campaign throughout convert the alleys Washington William Finneran, Erie, Pa. Harry ,
Pennsylvania, which is expected to into minor streets.Washington.The. Ho well, Brooklyn*Louis Fyfe Chicago -
bring the vote to the women. The TO BEGIN UNCLE SAM'S ALASKA
; Barry McCormick, Chicago, and
"Cupid Special"rolled RAILROAD Cards Announcements
meeting was highly enthusiastic. Mrs.
Spike Shannon of Tom-
in from Richmond on Easter J Minneapolis. ,
Frank M. of the .
Roessing president
Corcoran, the old of the
Monday. There was a ruch of busi- Seattle, Wash.-Alaska will furnishits my shortstop
state association, declared that the I I
Giants and the Reds will
amendment which goes before the ness at the marriage license bureau, own labor in the construction of complete
; the umpire staff this Hand
brisk in the season. Circulars Briefs
voters will be adopted. and weddings were capital the first unit of the government'sI
Buffalo, N. Y.-The trustees of the all day. The special train left in I $35,000,000 railroad, according to I ,
Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Associa- the evening with a number of happy Chairman. C. Edes of the engineering i 1 THE HORSE AND THE WAR
tion will meet here tomorrow, to celebrate newlyweds.New I commission in charge of the work. I I Bills
the silver jubilee of the organ- York.-Miss Annie S. Peck is The forces needed will be recruited I i The London Live Stock Journal Catalogs, or, .
ization. It was twenty-five years ago in training for another mountain- this month and next month, and the says that since the outbreak of the
that the Catholic ladies organized, i climbing trip to South America. Her I work will soon be under way. The ]war large numbers of hackneys have
and during those years they have paid : training consists of living on 25 centsa plans were held up pending the decision -I been purchased by the English government -
$12,000,000 in death benefits. There day. She cooks her own meals. on the route to be chosen, I and that many of the type THESentinelJobOffice
are 152,000 women members.St. Peanut butter, rye bread, chocolate, I which announcement is being made I, so eagerly sought as artillery horses, PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE .
Louis, Mo.-Miss Sadie Smith omelets and spinach are her regular from Washington.It namely, a low set, active horse, -
a stenographer for William M. Price, fare. She is one of the greatest is understood that a large about 15.2 hands high, with substance
who killed himself on a stret car a mountain climbers of the world. I amount of equipment for the work enough to pull weight, are the get of
a few weks ago. is beqqueathed $15- London.-Lady Eva Dugdale, one will be shipped direct via the Panama hackney sires. Arthur E. Evans, a
000) by the terms of his will. The will of the ladies in waiting to Queen canal. The commission will have j!1 I widely known buyer for the War Office -
revealed the fact that they were en- Mary, is completing her studies of about $2,250,000 to spend this sum- has gone on record in the Journal -
gaged to wed. I.forming by practicing running a plow mer, and it is expected that a suffi- I| to the effect that practically all
New York.-Miss Marie VanVorst, on the King's estates. cient trackage will be laid to enable i the riding cobs and gunners he has ,

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience a:


of Operation For Exchange- .. i

j jRemington

T' Remington Two Good Farms 160 acres each in Kansas .1

100 acres in each farm in cultivation, i have wheat crops now growing, they are 1
want good lands in Orange County, must I
encumbered for $1600.00 will tradeequity .:.
; 1 1O
be good farm lands. These Kansas farms I ,

O Quality II v R Refinment fl I t are worth $25 per acre. These farms I I for Orange County, Florldalands. I

Sixteen houses in Washington, D. C. 1

Annual rental for 16 houses$2904.00Vant! to trade this property for good land, "

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

/ Net income per annum ________$1271.50 County. Make us an offer. j
ally. Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches. 1

Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit One of the best farms in the State of GeorgiaLocated 1

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

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

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

In 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 i
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. 1
the occupants. All of the dwelling is modern and up to not submit old dilapidated property that

date. All tenant houses in first-class conis not worth the money. 1
i ir j

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

-e__ = The power that commands .. ,j
business block on seventh street, i I $4,000.00 long time to run. Want to ;,

a.. 4a respect. Washington, D. C., with flats on second trade this equity of $7fOO.OO for a good J

floor rents for $60.00 per month, alwaysrented I' 1
grove, well located.WARING .
price 1?_,i)00.00. Encumbered for j
Narragansett Model I $695 f.o.b. factory :-:


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

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim REALTY COMPANY j



R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish we can match what you have I 1;


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Mr. S. R. Hudson left yesterday to
attend the state reunion of the Grand
Army of the Republic.Mr. .

J.V.. Jackson left yesterday
Think This over
for Jacksonville, where he will spend
today looking after business matters.Mr. .

J. H. Little, who has been making OMY
his home in the Lake Pickett section EXTRAVgG r
yl for some time, was in Orlando ,
yesterday en route to Lake City.

Mr. C. W. Townsend returned yesterday tsp
from St. Cloud where he has i

been spending several days very delightfully -
with old friends.

Miss Eloise Robinson went up to
Altamonte yesterday where she will
spend the week-end with friends in
Picturesque Florida. ,

You can't steal through steel. Fire Bishop Cameron Mann left yesterday -
J I afternoon on his usual visitationto
and water cannot penetrate it. Backof Lakeland. He was accompanied by

it lies safety-absolutely and en- Mrs.[ Mann.

I during. At $1.00 a year a safety box :Mr. and :Mrs. '\.. D. Adams and Mr. tf
for valuables in our Massive Steel A. D. Brady, of Geneva, spent yesterday -
in Orlando transacting business -
and Steal-proof Vaults is the most and greeting friends.

carefully guarded investment you and
Mrs. R. P. Marks, who has been 1If
your can make. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. .
Siemens left yesterday afternoonfor
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, her home in Jacksonville.Dr. r '
thou earr
FLORIDA Dr. A. N. Talley, who has been theguest
of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dale at
their home on Anderson street, left $2,511.90
yesterday for Rock Island, Illinois. DEPOSITORS

Mrs. E. A. Douglass, of Sanford,
and her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Smith,
and little Miss Virginia, who have HOW MUCH DID WE PAY YOU ON YOUR SAVINGS?
been visiting relatives and friends in
Orlando, returned home yesterday.Mrs. $1.00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT AND EARN H PER .

w Wm. Giles and Mr. Henry CENT FOR YOU THE FIRST YEAR.
Darlington, who have spent the winter -
I in Orlando, guests at the St.
Charles hotel, left yesterday for their Peoples National Bank"IT
I homes in New York.

J. M. Frost, of New York, who IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
I I is spending the season with her sister -
Mrs. L. F. Brigham, on Lake
Eola, has postponed her return to
the Empire State.indefinitely.

_____ h ___ The many friends of Mr. Newton
Cornish will be pleased to know that
he is now convalescing at his home on ,
North Orange avenue after quite a a
wrestle with la grippe.Mr. .
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J. R. Thornton, the popular
raveling; representative of the S. P. :
Richards Paper company, Atlanta, .
Ga., spent yesterday in Orlando in
the interest of his firm. New Fisk Prices

orcItiS :Mr. A. P. Fudge, of Grasmere, was '
des in Orlando yesterday to meet his wife :
who had been in Lakeland at the bed- At New Low Prices
side of her mother Mrs. J. P. Scar- '
lett, wh Establishing a New Standard of Tire ValuesSize
Transients registering at the San
Juan hotel yesterday include H. E
Swabey, Kissimmee; M. G. Porter, Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes
Jefferson Turner, Jacksonville F. \V*.
h Burgess, Springfield, Mo., and; S. A. 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

Smith, Pittsburg, Pa. 30 x 31h ________$11-60 12.20 2.70

Miss Mildred Firnkoess, of Cincin- 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

nati, who is the attractive guest of 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00
= 1s Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Westcott, on
Lucerne Circle returned to Orlando 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5!0

1 'N' en,3r yesterday East Coast.from a trip to points on the 37 x 5.._________$32.30 33.90 6.25

2 ; If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller, of Iowa,
6c' but who are spending a few weeks at
b _, Orlando, came down yesterday and
spent the day with their relatives, Mr We Have a Service Station. All
and Mrs. Frank Wharton.TarponSprings

Made Here.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First Adjustments
Baptist church will hold a sale of
cooked food each Friday and Satur-
Summer Pleasures without Summer day of this month at Caruthers &
Discomforts! Indoors it's sticky and Gore's grocery store on East Pine

moist. On the porch it's cool- street. 483teMr. San Juan Garage Company !

when the Vudors are down. and Mrs. John Hunt left yes-
terday for Minneola. Mr. Hunt is the
Why not eat, sleep, live there this summer? popular represntative of Chase &
Thousands do it. The cool air and
gives appetite
Company, and will make his head-
forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the quarters at that place for the pres. 11'11111111'11111"IIII-'I"IIII'IIII"IIIIII'I'L I'1.1111..lrt-.II.II. .
nerves while you sleep. It cures them.
ent. ,
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, .
Mrs. J.
McCamey, who has rent-
but not in through them. They l 3t-they keep r.
ed her place on the east route to Winter -
'that look, for
new they're stained, not painted, nor -
dipped. Park, has moved to Orlando and
rented the Hayden house on the cor-
Our showing of Porch Furniture is especially good ner of Jefferson and Main streets, and
just now. Let us show you today. opened a select boarding house. !

Deputy Sheriff Vivian left yesterday !
OSCAR HAND & SON afternoon for St. Petersburg, v
where he goes to escort back to Or-
lando Mr. and Mrs. Brown, who are
wanted by the Orange county author- t
ities, charged with grand larceny.Mr. i

yesterday afternoon on the Tampa I
Special from Sioux City, Iowa on a SAVINGS, like other forms of SURE I r ,!
visit to his sister, Miss Emma Haine, }
and will be the of Mr. and 1\lrs. I
guest INVESTMENTS, in the long run are .
Mahlon Gore at their pretty home on I

GIFT Lucerne Circle. placed where earning power combines with \ ,

Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Luther who GREATEST SAFETY. i '= t -:
have spent their sixth season at theirhome
Let a welcome gem-set ring say "Happy Easter" for on East South street, were That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING $ 4 l
;you this coming glad season. Delight a dear parent, a among those taking their departure i

big brother, a sweet sister, a fond husband, wife or yesterdav the North.for their Their summer destination retreatsin was DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER !?

friend. Glenn Ellyn, Illinois.Mr. I OF FLORIDA. ,

There is life-long joy in such a gift. It is more than and Mrs. O. M. Parris. of Reading = '
mere giving. A ring carries a sentiment that other gifts Pa., who have been spending the 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts. eeee. 5W #
lack. winter in Orlando, were tendered a
farewell dinner Sunday evening by ..ts
And, let the ring ;you give be an unusual ringonethat Mrs. L. F. Brigham, at her home on j {
is guaranteed to endure through a life of constant Lake Eola. Plates were laid for t
twelve.Dr. .

W. H. Gillette and wife of Lake z./ i
Helen are visiting old friends and
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry neighbors in Orlando. Dr. Gillette
was formerly the owner of the placeon
Repairing Engraving Magnolia avenue now owned by I
Chauncey Holt, and for several years

was Merck Mr.prescription Wm. E. Lockerby clerk for, of Dr.Minneapolis N. J.- Orl n B nk & Trn t C m n

Minnwho has spent the past
month in this section prospectingwith
a view to locating and bringing
his family to Orange county to reside. Consultation Incurs No
will leave his
today on return north.
He is making his plans to return in
the fall and expects to>ngage in the Obligation.:9
stock business. The Sentinel will keep
him posted during his absence of the

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