The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00249
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Offi- WHERE KING EMMANUEL: HAD Army in CarpathiansFaces
German Embassy Says CALLED A MEETING

H Austria and Italy Are THEREAFTER ANNOUNCED TO THE MEMORY OF GAR- Off and Completely


AUSTRIA AND ITALY IS PLACED UPON THIS AN- WITH AUSTRIA ARE OFF. I at their various military headquarters. -

IN THE CITY IS IN- The most imposing of these is the V. W. Estes Is Still Secretary Motion to Reconsider the Davis
TO DIRECTORS MEETING COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSINGLockhart Austro-German success in west Gali-
TENSE. Three Bond Trustees Were Package Bill Was Lost
cia, where according to a Berlin
statement the presence of Archduke Elected-Trees by a Vote of
Note Causes Visit to King
.-- Superintendent McKinnon Will School Closed Friday I
Frederick and General Von :\lackenzen's -
BULLETIN: ROME MAY 3.- Discussed"The 46 to 16
VON BUELOW'S MESSENGER DELIVERED Depart Today for Colum- -Oakland-'Vinter Garden forces after bitter fighting

A NOTE TO THE FOR- bia,-North Carolina School Will Close pierced and everywhere crushed" the Orlando Board of Trade-The By C. F. Johnson

EIGN MINISTER. BARON SONNI- SeminaryDr. Next Friday entire Russian line. Power House of Progress," the win- Tallahassee Fla., May 3.-Representative -

NO THIS EVENING. SONNINO The Turkish claims that the enemy ning slogan in the Board of Trade Newton of Orange county,

IMMEDIATELY PAID A SECOND J. F. McKinnon, county super- Slowly but surely the county schoolsare forces have been driven back to sea contest conducted through the Sentinel introduced a bill today for the estab-

6 LONG VISIT TO TilE KING. intendent of schools will leave this closing and it will only be a mat- in the Dardanelles has been confirmedas was adopted at the Board of lishment of a ten weeks summci

afternoon for Columbia, S. C., wherehe ter of a short time until all the pupilsare to the Asiatic shore and an Ath- Trade meeting last night at the San school at each of these state institu-

Great Movement of Troops will attend the annual meeting of rollicking in vacation bliss. The ens dispatch states that the 4,000 Juan hotel as the official slogan _of tions:

BUCHAREST MAY 3.-A GREAT the board of directors of the Presby- Lockhart school which has had a very French troops which landed at Kum that fighting organization. Hereafterthe At Gainesville a woman's college,

MOVEMENT" OF TROOPS IS GOING terian Theological Seminary at that successful season closed Friday with Kale to aid the British occupation of slogan will be attached to all correspondence and at Tallahassee a negro college.A .

ON IN ITALY. city. The board of directors is com- appropriate exercises and a big picnic Sed-ei-Bahr, on the opposite side of pamphlets etc., and will reconsideration motion of the

BETWEEN MILAN AND COMO posed of six members from South participated in by many friends the straits have returned to their be used extensively to better adver- Davis bill was lost by a vote of 46 to

NUMEROUS TRAINS OF YOUNG Carolina four from Georgia three .and the pupils. The Oakland-Winter transports. tise the rejuvenated Orlando trade 16 and will now go to the governorfor

AND WELL EQUIPPED SOLDIERS from Alabama, and two from Florida. Garden school also closed Friday. London infers this withdrawal is body and Orlando as well.V. signature.

ARE PASSING. AS WELL AS AMMUNITION The other director from Florida is the II This school has had a highly successful for strategic reasons, and says- the W. Estes, who has been secretary A bill of Representative Wood, of
TRAINS AND HOSPITAL Hon. Mathewson of troops left for an unknown destina treas- Pinellas introduced today
Christopher I i year gratifying to everybody: and treasurer, resigned as county, was
TRAINS. Gainesville. Mr. Mathewson and Dr. Much progress has been accomplished, tion.An urer, in order to have the offices diversified and calls for an issue of $250,000
SIMILARLY THERE IS A MOVEMENT I McKinnon will meet at Jacksonvilleand the attendance has been good and its official dispatch from Constan- and more extensive. In his bonds by Pinellas county for good

OF AUSTRIAN TROOPS TO proceed together to Columbia.The one of the best schools in the coun- tinople claims that the French cruiser place E. G. Hauselt will hereafter be roads.

THE AUSTRIAN FRONTIER: COM baccalaureate address will be de- ty. The baccalaureate address was Henrie IV. was hit and put out of action the treasurer. Dr. Estes as secretaryhas The committee on house investigation -

PRISING THE REGIMENTS OF livered by the Rev. Dr. Lyons pastorof delivered Sunday afternoon by Dr. and the battleship Vengeancewas his hands full as it is. Thre! probing charges made by Representative -

\ THE HUNGARIAN LANDSTRUM. the First Presbyterian church at Poulson, pastor of the Baptist church. forced to retire indefinitely; that, bond trustees were elected, a step in I Wilson in_ an article printedin
THE AUSTRIANS ARE TAKING Atlanta and until recently moderator I torpedo boat attacks by the allied advance of the bonds to be used for the Manatee Journal reported this 1

MILITARY PRECAUTIONS AT of the general assembly. The an- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS fleet on the Dardanelles was repulsed, the new Board of Trade building. afternoon completely exonerating "

BUKOWINA IN CASE OF AN AT- nual missionary address will be de- T and the British forces were prevented Representatives of the three Orlando members of the house of the chargeof

TACK BY ROUMANIA. livered by William J. Martin presi- National League from improving their position-on the banks were elected, as follows: Benj. drunkenness after hearing Mr. Wil

dent of Davidson College, and the Philadelphia 2, New York 3. Gallipoli peninsula by the effectiveness Drew A. W. Bumby, and E. G. Duck- son's testimony. '

SOCIETY WOMAN TRIES TO RES- present moderator of the general as- Brooklyn 3, Boston 2. of the Turkish gun fire. worth. The senate today put in a good

CUE MAID; NEARLY DROWNS sem ly. The board of directors will Chicago 5, Pittsburg 1. German submarine attacks on ship The matter of cutting and trimming day's work taking up over 100 bills

be in session three days and Dr. Mc- All games scheduled. ping again came strikingly to the the shade trees was discussedat and passing over sixty to third read i

West Palm Beach, Fla. When she Kinnon is expected to return Saturday American League front. The Norwegian steamers Laila length. The Board of Trade will ing.

went to the rescue of a maid who afternoon. New York 8, Philadelphia 4. and Baldwin were torpedoed off Leith co-operate with the city in enforcingthe .
could not swim, and had gone into Boston-Washington, rain. Scotland and the Swedish steamer law. THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAY

water over her head Mrs. William O. II. S. DEFEATS WINTER PARK All games scheduled. Ellida was sunk and the Norwegian DRAWS NEAR ,
Lewis Koehne 917 Castlewood Ter- steamship Varilde was held up in the
The ancient baseball rivals O. II. S. Federal League BUSINESS OUTLOOK GOOD The beautiful warm spring days

race, Chicago, wife of the artist, and and Winter Park, had another skir- Brooklyn 1-8, Pittsburg 3-7. North sea.Slight German. Washington, May .-Official Wash- that are now being enjoyed by the

living on the ocean boulevard, Palm mish yesterday afternoon at the College Buffalo 3, Chicago 7. gains were reported ington was cheered today over the residents of this city has turned the
in Flanders northeast
of the Poel-
: ,
Beach her life
came very near City. The game was brisk and Baltimore 7, Kansas City 5. busines soutlook throughout the coun- thoughts of young and old alike to
road.A .
in the surf in front of her home Sun- Cappelle-Ypres
snappy throughout the local team defeating Southern League movement in try as disclosed in reports to the fed- out of doors and the clerks in the 1
western Galicia
day noon. The two women were rescued the Park boys by the score of Memphis 4, Little Rock 3. was eral reserve board from its agents in retail stores of the city have not been '
probably of the
by James G. L'Angelle and J. C. greatest importanceof
10 to 4.There. Birmingham 7, Atlanta 2. each of the twelve reserve districts. immune to the lure of spring sun- ,
action since Von
Roach; two young men bathers who New Orleans 6 Mobile 0. any Hindenburg'sgreat '
has been some friction shine. ;
among Briefly summarized, these indicated
drive to the north.
battled the fifteen minutes
the members of the high school team, Nashville 5, Chattanooga 5; 10 innings a general improvement in A petition is being circulated about
The .Russian
in the
before bringing the women ashore. army Carpa-
but after the last shake-up the boys darkness. trade conditions and returning confi the city asking the citizens to sign }
thians is in imminent of
Many bathers on the beach turned danger beingcut
have apparently decided to "play South Atlantic League off. dence. A feature is the reported ac- it. This petition will be to the em-
their heads fearing both the rescuers ball." Jacksonville 4, Charleston 3. of industries ployers, asking them to observe 1 J
tivity supplying
The Rusians have the war ma-
and women would be drowned. gained
With one man out and the bases Albany 7, Augusta 6. terials. Thursday afternoons as a half holidayin
southern slopes of the main
t full Tresher brought in four runs for Columbus 4, Columbia 5. ridge The board's announcement describesthe order that the clerks and other em- 1;
and have worked their well
the high school with a well placed Macon 7, Savannah 6. improvement in the New York ployes will have the opportunity to ;
BUT HIS HEALTH CONTINUES the eastern Beskids through the Dukla -
GOODLondon.Telegraphing threebagger.The I and other smaller district as general; in the Boston dis- take outings and indulge in out of I
k; Winter Park boys were held CONFLICTING REPORTS FROM Mackenzen's passes.shattered trict as slight; Philadelphia fair and door life/that they otherwise would be
from Amsterdam i down to three hits by Scott, the O VILLA AND CARRANZA army Cleveland good. denied with the exception of Sundays.
the correspondent of the Ex- Russian right wing on the line run-
H. S. twirler. Mussdwhite and Con- AGENCIES From the Atlanta district is reported z
ning north and south about fifty miles
change Telegraph company says Emperor nell did good work fielding in addi- Washington May 3.-Villa's troops increased activity; Chicago reports CRUISER DENVER SAVES BRIT- i
east of Cracow, from the Hungarian
William' and Prince Henry of tion to holding down second and third gained a victory over the Carranzistaa border activity but not pronounced; in the ISH STEAMER FROM SEIZURE j
to the
junction of the
Prussia his brother, were at Antwerplate sacks respectively.Fildes : at Victoria, which is the key of with the Vistula river. Dunajeo Minneapolis, Kansas City and St. BY MEXICANS 1
last week and inspected the har- Tresher is now captain and the defenses of the city of Tampico. Louis districts crops are said to con- San Diego Cal.-With the British

bor fortifications and the submarine manager of the Orlando team. General Villa so telegraphed his trol the situation. steamship Cetriana's commander de-

yards. Later they returned to Lux- agency here today, adding that after SENATOR. BUXTON LEAVES FOR Dallas and San Francisco report tained ashore, the vessel's $200,000 1

emburg.; FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. Y. the defeat of the Carranzistas a fly- VERMONT encouraging prospects, while in Rich- cargo would have been confiscated by Ii
The local newspapers were forbid- ing column sent after the Senator J. E. Buxton who has been military authorities
New York April 30.-There was a was retreat- mond progress is still retarded by at Ensenada, 1
den to mention this visit until such big vegetable market on Monday, ing army, which was again beaten at coming to Orlando for a number of war conditions. Mexico, had it not been for defiance 1
time as the emperor was back inS Guemez. winters and spends them in the most
which eased up on Tuesday but waspood offered by the ship's first officer, J. j
Luxemburg. The few persons who for the remainder of the week. Villa also telegraphed that the Car delightful manner possible at his hos- PROGRESS NOTED ON ORANGE A. Seaberg, of this city, and the intervention !

arecognized. his majesty say he looked Receipts are heavier than they have ranzistas had been beaten back along pitable home on Lucerne Circle will COUNTY: BRICK HIGHWAYSThe I of the United States cruiser ]
well, but aged.Jt been Monterey-Tampico railroad leave today in his large Cadillac tour- 1
for some time and the marketwas at county commissioners will today Denver according to Seaberg's
cleaning up in good shape every Forlon. Osorio and Gonzales.The ing car for a tour through__ the un states______ officially accept the now prac-- story told here today: 0tbc iri
: BLIND TIGERS ARE UNCOVERED Carranza agency report the by easy stages, which he calculates tically completed Conway road. This ana's escape. JI 1

Sheriff Gordon and Chief of Police day.In Florida vegetables wax beansare troops of Villa have been defeated at will land him at his summer home in important stretch of the new brick
Smith arrested H. W. Spates and Guy Navajo with loss of Rutland, Vermont along about the
selling at $2.50@4.50, green beans a 2,000 dead and highway system is the first of Orange DOING THEIR SHARE
Thomas'Saturday night, charged with wounded. fourth of July. The senator is
$2.50@4. Cucumbers range generally very county's new roads to be completed.The THIS WEEK j
the sale of liquor. In defaultof I fond of fishing and he that if he
illegal from $3.50@4.50, although extra says Southern Clay Manufacturingcompany The third blind tiger was raided 1
bonds Spates went to jail, but fancy stock sold up to $5. This price, WILL ATTEND BIG MEETING AT should strike up with a place en route are the builders of this road. last evening keeping up the cleanuppace 1

Thomas gave $250 cash bond and was however will not last. Eggplantsmade JACKSONVILLEMr. where the angling is good he will put The Conway section is to be congrat- started by the local police Sat-

released. $2(3)3.50( ) large peas $2.50@3.50, Lloyd S. Tenny was a passen- up for a while and enjoy the sport. ulated on the early completion of its urday night. The blind tiger clubbedto

< small peas $1@2.50, according to ger on the Atlantic Coast Line train He has many warm friends in this road, which, though not yet to death last evening was a negro 1
RAILROAD MAN IN CITY quality, Manatee afternoon :.part of the world who will anxiously open who has been for j
peppers $2@3 cel- yesterday en route to Jack traffic is almost complete. The Alabama operating some
Mr. J. E. Phipps the popular trav- ery $1@1.25 per 12-inch crate toma- sonville to attend a meeting of the await his return in the fall. Paving company has completed time. The police have evidence to 1

eling commercial representative of toes 1350. State Plant Board known now as the nearly two and one-half miles of the convict him. "This is going to be a j

the Mobile &. Ohio railroad, with Old onions are making their last Board of Control, where the selectionof COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Pine Castle road. Three miles of the clean-up week for the blind tigers," i

headquarters in Jacksonville spent stand with yellows bringing 50c@ a chairman of the organization will TODAY Lockhart road, constructed by R. M. said an officer last night, "and we j

.yesterday in Orlando,' his former $1.25 and reds $50c@$1. be mad today.SCHOOL The board of county commissioners Hudson of Atlanta, is also completed.Good are after them. The work will con- i

home looking after..- the interests of will hold its regular monthly meeting progress is being made on the tinue. Tell the Civic League we are
his road. THE WEATHER BOARD MEETS TODAYThe I today at the court house. Business Orlando-Maitland road which it is doing our share in the movement."

Florida: Fais Tuesday and Wednes regular meeting of the school'I concerning the new county roads will hoped will be completed by July I
A NEW"FORD DELIVEREDA day. board will be held today. Routine come up and the usual paving bills fourth. HOME ON FURLOUGHP. .

new Ford touring car was delivered business only will be discussed. The will be paid. Outside of the paving :\ Fuller, of the United

;. to Mr. Wl: A. Bruce, of the Pied- Mr. S. Y. Way has returned froma meeting will be held at 9 o'clock instead business there is said to be put little Tipperary beat by Betty's Basting States navy, is at home on a furlough
mont Plant by the trip to Savannah Ga. of other routine business .1 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ]I
company, today and New 10 o'clock in Superintendent except to come Bellybands for Belgians; 15c. Curtis i
i'. Ford Garage. "w.i city.id McKinnon's office. to the attention of the board. I'; C'Xeal book and music store. Fuller. l I
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I Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service \ the educational Tallahassee state of que Flo, t '4: -r F i= w

tional committ

I Harley-Davidson TruckFOR Brown, of JIa< .s' .,
eral bills favors f

QUICK SERVICE question to bea

system of ce...._....... W" .. _-...._ __ _.. ._ .0#.____ _. .___.
permit teachers who are thoroughly Ball's new Overland car, making fast 1 wite
"P'lll1; .
PHONE 444 competent in other states to accept time over the excellent roads to the II
positions as teachers in the schoolsof Orange county metropolis. Mr.
Florida, thus relieving a situation Schmidt, although one of the "old
that has hampered the school workHof timers" in Florida, had not visited
\ \ Good and Bad Stores
Cigar f I several counties. I Orlando in 24 years. He expected, he I!

I The bill providing for certificates of I said, to find many changes had taken I WE have just received a large
Jill II 11111111 II I to IlilMMIMMIiltllilil examination for teachers, also createsa place there, but was unprepared to
state board of examiners and pre- note the wonderful transformationfrom supply of this nice water. King

scribes their duties. After the pass- the small town of a quarter ofa
us up and order a ;5: gallon demi-
OUR MOTTO : age o fthe bill teachers in the state century ago to the up to date and '
having unexpired certificates may ex- hustling city of the present day. The john.IT'S .

Small Profits and Quick Returns." change them for a uniform style of party made one or two side trips
state certificate to extend for the westward from Orlando, and during
same period that the county or city the day and a half they were away /
Here is where for the service and
get no
you pay you
certificate has to run. from Daytona traveled nearly 300 I
more. In these times you should pay for no service you Teachers from other states, with miles.-Daytona Gazette-Xews.

don't get. Investigate our plan. proper certificates, may teach in the
Florida schools without taking a new CHURCH TO INQUIRE INTO

THE CO-OPEUATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. examination, their certificates from -WAR BABIES" *
accredited schools in flther states being .. City Drug Store
t. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 taken as sufficient qualifications.There London.The "war babies" questionis
will be no more county boardsof to be investigated. A communication -

examiners, but a state certificatewill issued tonight at Lambeth Pal- !!:.S J. k DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy
be requisite to the residence of the
a teaching. ace Archbishopof

WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES{ Many boards of education have ex- Canterbury, says:
I perienced difficulty in filling the "The Archbishop of Canterbury and I 11 EAST HUnCH STREET ORLANDO, FLOW; :

"The Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The teachers positions in the higher York, the I;ev. Dr. John Scott Lid-
House Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began." grades, because of the peculiar ex- gett, of the London school board, and
"Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Say." In Paris aminations required in this state, and editor of the Methodist: Times; Ade- .
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed street
on corner
.. every the law was specific that no person line, duchess of Bedford; Dr. MaryDacomb .- -- -- -- -- -
and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy.
All over Belgium] may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eternal could teach in Florida] until they had Scharliebb, governor of St.
City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To passed an examination and receiveda Mary's College, Paddington; Lady
- Have"and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." teacher's certificate. This prevented Londonderry, and others, have been I 1arJek
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has TineOF
many of the most able teachers giving careful consideration to the ]
ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and a-I
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of coming to the state when they were ]leged probability of there being, CLEANLINESS OF QUALJ)
Youth" guards "The Harbor" along] the British coast and "The Valley of needed. The bill has been endorsedby ing the war, an increase in the num-
Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are WeUeady" OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
practically school board in ber of illegitimate births, and have
to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that AND SALT MEATS
leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The the state. requested small committees of ladies, FRESH
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does Senator M. M. Brown, who intro- in conjunction with the National Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
. not Dishonor.send "forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of duced the original bill, feels satisfied Union of \\'omen'orkers, to investi- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept f

that teh measure is sufficient to rem- gate the nature and the extent of the and
\v. S. BRANCH edy the defects in our teaching sys- danger." We invite pure.inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We .

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE tem. The reports that the committeees everything in the Meat Line. ,
shall make, and the steps to be takenif

AUSTRIAN EMPEROR IN BEST the problem prove a serious one H. j\dC. Self & CO;
OF HEALTH will be considered by another committee -

of which the Archbishop of Yorkis pHONE NO. 80 PINE STI .

Vienna.Notwithstanding the ]labor chairman. The Archbishop, in a
and ceaseless anxieties caused by speech today, said there had been
much ------ -- ---- -- -
the war, Emperor Francis Joseph is exaggeration in the public re-
said to'be in better health and physical ports on the subject.

Three' Moderate condition than for years past.

He has gone through a trying winter
Kodak finishing left at "Robinson's
without the least trace of a cough or Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Priced Cottages cold: and his activity and capacity for next day. 3-3-tf
work astonish his ministers and oth- I
ers brought in contact with him.
" For Sale or to Rent Rising every morning soon after 4'clock Orlando Wood Yard SHEET METAL CO.i

o the monarch, now in his 85th
year, devotes practically the entire
day to the affairs of state, examiningand Removed from Pine St. two blocks Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
signing papers or receiving high north on Railroad, west end Washington -
military officers, who bring him the St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat and Rubber RoofingsCornices
latest news from the of I
seat war, and all times.
C. A. HOVEY cabinet ministers coming for instruc- Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
tions on matters of foreign or domestic -

policy. B. KINGSLEY Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
The intervals of rest during the day

are very short. Only meals and a
I walk in the private garden adjoininghis PHONE 344

apartments in the Castle of
Schoenbrunn will draw the emperor
from his desk. His appetite is excel-
lent, and for the first time in some Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST

years he is showing an interest in the I The Orlando Meat Market
menu and frequently orders special
I i
CAREY HANDFUNERAL dishes. 113; S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & ':
T. A. YANCY, Manager
0'N eals. I II j
TO KENTUCKY TRIP -,. I 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Dr. S. S. JonesCHIROPRACTOR I' Florida and Western Meats
EMBALMERAll Sanford, Fla.-A. P. Connelly andR.
D. Waring have returned from a '! Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
week's trip to Louisville, Ky., and oth
er cities in the Southland. While i in 18 graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, ;17 phone and Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town0rdcrs

calls answered Louisville they closed the deal for the 209. Intelligent people everywhereare .
Promptly Dayor
P.O. BOX 226
< Business
Sanford House and other properties being restored to health by chiropractic PHONES
-t Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.
recently purchased by Benjamin Drew adjustments, the rew scienceof
Night. Hand Block.
I removing the cause of disease. Examination
here from the
Holden Real Estate free. 12-24-lmo'!
company. The new owners are cap
Orlando Florida. italists of Kentucky and Indiana and ------ -- -- -- - -

they will be here next week to start i _

PHONEJ639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 something with their new possessions.Mr. .
I II II Connelly is reticent about the new Pure Ice Cream
deal and just what the new owners ,
I will do in regard to a hotel but states

fHammond that they intend to build up Sanford I, t tI
r and have not bought the property fora

quick sale but will develop it and I When you want PURE ICE For Pt.

Gore become Sanford boosters in every re- CREAM call for HAND'S. If

i l spect. I you don't believe that wfe take Club
I I.
| Legislature Briefs the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from
I I facture and watch us
| Tallahassee, Fla., May 1.-The con- I come up tubercular tested cows. All
: gressional fight in the third Florida ; i make it. You will be surprised Social
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES cans, moulds and everythingused
district now has every indication of I at the care every detail is given.
I becoming of the hottest !. in the manufacture of our Lodge I
COMPARE |I one that district Any kind you want, any time
has seen in many years. Five Ice Cream is thoroughly steriI-
'''candidates have already announced I I, you want it. In any quantity P'lcnlC''

I OUR FURNITURE I their intention of qualifying for the : from a quart up. ized.

(primary next year. They are: State I You are cordially invited to
r We provide the quality of furniture that has long i i Senator B. II. Lindsay, of Bonifay; i inspect our factory at any Order Hands Pure ,.
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ,Jefferson B. Stephens, secretary to i I Ice Cream
l standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. Congressman Emmett Wilson; J.WalI ]- : time. "I
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make I ter Kehoe, former state's attorney for I
this point too clear-it is of the foundat
one on stonesof the first district
i ; Judge Will H. Price
this business, and that means much to any buyer. l I
I of Marianna; J. H. Smithwick, of

Pensacola. Others nave been men- HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

MdVQLL & DAVIS BLOCK, '!'five-cornered tioned in connection with the already
v affair. They are: Collector I
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla. of Internal Revenue H. H. Lewis -
f .J j of Marianna; Assistant Attorney PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
General O. C. Andrews, of De Funiak,
!and others.

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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES ORLANDO MAN\ WILL CHAPERON lilGH SCHOOL NOTESB 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111I11111111111 .

Was the junior-senior banquet a MUSEUM OF N. Y. I / Arthur hey
r success? It certainly was. If you i Miss Mildred Prince, of the junior I
l. don't believe this, ask the seniors. A. 11.\ Nicholson received a wire class who tas been wintering here :

". The juniors stole a march on the yesterday over the Western Union this season, left Orlando yesterday i
.eniors: by using a class yell which from the American Museum of New with her aunt Mrs. J. :M. Prince, for :

stated with the same variety of York city, wanting to engage his services her home in Randolph Ky. Her many I

, *..4l-rah-rah" wording as that of the to chaperon two of their cura- friends and classmates regret to learn I

upper classmen. The result was that tors on a collecting expedition prin- that she does not expect to return to
many of the seniors were fooled and cipally for reptilla and batrachians. O. II. S. next year. THE BIG STORE

yelled themselves almost hoarse for These gentlemen are strictly scientificmen --
the juniors. in their profession and everything -
Dr. J. McKinnon, county super-
collected will be on scientific
The entertain-
1915 junior-senior intendent of public instruction, spent
principle, carrying every particle of
ment should be a red letter place in several days this week inspecting the
the data with it to show habits and life
history of O. H. S. different departments of the high
histories for grouping in the American -
One of the most pleasant featuresof schooL Judging from the pleasant
the banquet was the pleasant min- Museum. remarks which the superintendentmade j The Store of Superior Qualities and Moderate Prices
These gentlemen will likely arrive ,
gling of faculty and students outsideof
in several of the classes, he
the school in Orlando this week. In the mean- I
room. must have considered the work very
time Mr. Nicholson will get the nec-
-- -- satisfactory. While not severe or
Miss Ruth Thompson is another of essary paraphernalia together and be
fault finding in his inspection of classes -
the popular high school girls who will in readiness to move when these gen-
Dr. McKinnon has a way of find-
bid good-bye to Orlando high school tlemen reach Orlando. Few men are ing out what the students are really

. this week. so well prepared in outfitting and doing and the students know that
June Will Soon
knowledge of the country as "Old
they have been through an nispectionby
who outfit
Nick dozen
can one or a
Chapel exercises were conducted the time he has finished questioning -
right up to the minute on short no-
Wednesday by Dr. SIcKinnon who them.
tice. This trip will likely cover a
gave a very timely and interestingtalk pe- Be Here
riod of two weeks or longer and what
in which he
made several
suggestions Tomorrow (Monday) the High
this trio brings back will be worth
which if acted the
upon by School Echo "copy" will be turned
going a long way to see. .
students will result in much valuable to the
over printers. .
reading being done during the sum-

Next Friday --0-evening the faculty VISITOR was that very of pleasant the seventh May grade day of picnic the It Is the Month of theGIRL

. Fla. old school The membersof
will entertain the senior class. No Sanford -Among the promi- Saturday.
nent visitors the this ,
to city yesterdaywas class twenty-five strong as-
particulars.of the proposed entertainment -
have been given out but thereis J. F. Ange of Orlando. Mr. sembled early Saturday morning at

not a doubt that hte teachers will Ange has been a resident of Orlandofor the home of their teacher Miss Ruby

make things very pleasant for the the past several years and before Wilkins. Proceeding to Lake Lancaster GRADUATEIs S

outgoing class.Sorrowfully. coming to Orlando resided in Indiana they spent the entire day in genu-
and other states where he has monu- ine picnic fashion. Games old and
we admit it-but then ments in the shape of fine buildings new were enjoyed. Boating, bathing,

confession is said to be good for the- erected by him. He was the contractor and baseball added much to the pleasure -

our ball team was beaten by the Win- for the Yowell-Duckworth buildingin of the children. After enjoying a it your daughter, grandchild or niece, who is about to bid goodby to school days

ter Park team Friday in a fast gameat Orlando, and has built several fine delicious picnic dinner and spendingthe and step from girlhood to womanhood?

the Fair Grounds the score being homes for the Elks in various states. afternoon in many enjoyable ways is important in 's life her
Only! one event, her marriage as a young woman as gradua-
He is greatly interested in Sanford the homeward road was followed to
14 11 in favor of
to the
outfit. tion. No other occasion is so fitting for the bestowal of manifestation of love by rela-
Monday the O. II. S. team journeys and was here going over the city withR. its end. By unanimous vote Miss
up to the Park to regain its lost lau- D. 'Waring who is anxious to lo- Wilkins was declared queen of the tives. So don't fail to look at the Big Store, as we are showing the largest and most com-

rels. cate men here of the Ange type of :May and as such was crowned by her plete line of Ready-to-Wear garments, and thousands of yards of new and fashionable

boosters. Neither one of these gen- loyal subjects. Dress Materials, also Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, and in fact everything to make the young

The senior class have received the tlemen would state just where they graduate happy.

invitations which they ordered some intended to put up a building in Sanford GEN. C. S. PEYTON ILL

weeks ago from the D. L. Auld com- but they are looking and devel-

pany. The "invites" are embossed opments will follow. Charleston S. C., May 1.-General .

with the class seal and are very neat Charles S. Peyton 73, the only sur-

and attractive. STRIKE CONFERENCE DEADLOCKED viving Confederate field officer of the BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS FOR

-0- battle of Gettysburg is in a serious

A brilliant parade of seniors might condition at his home in Ronceverte, .

have been seen by any observing per- London, May 1.-The conferencehere :W. Va., as a result of a stroke of GRADUATING DRESSES

son Tuesday morning: as the membersof between the mine owners and laborers paralysis. General Peyton is com-

this distinguished class made their has ended in a deadlock. The mander of the West Virginia division

way to Howard's studio to have their men today definitely rejected the offer United Confederate Veterans. FRENCH ORGANDIE, a graded deVOILES, we have them in all grades,

pictures taken. Several groupings of a 10 per cent. increase and left the sirable sheerness and fine texture from the Domestic to the very finest -

l were snapped and from these one will matter in the hands of Premier As- Take Kodak films to Robin- and $1.00 French make
your 45 inches wide, oOc., 63c.; 75c. 25c.; 33c., 30c.,
be selected to adorn the Vacation quith who will appoint an" arbitrator. I son. 3-3-tf
63c.; and ___$1.00
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both junior and freshmen, had their MERCERIED LINGERIE BATISTE,

photos taken this also for the Echo. a rich lusturous quality, 45 inches URETONNE NETS -
: very popular I for
wide ________________35c. 50c. and 73c
NEW WARNING FROM GERMANY graduating dresses, 72 inches wide. .

MAY MEAN INCREASED I 40c., ;30c., GOc., 75c.; 90c. and $1.. ;j
Washington May 1.In an official i sheer fabric, 45 inches wide, 50c.. 73c.

notice published by the German em- I and _$1-00 NET FLOUNCINGS, very new ,

bassy in every important city of the we are showing a beautiful line in '

United States this morning Ameri- HINDOO CLOTH, a very sheer tex- 24 in., 27 in., and 45 in., at $1.00

cans were given renewed warning I sheen 48 in. widel
\ ture with a high $1.25 and $1.75
that they travel on ships flying the

.. flags of Germany's enemies at their /'C'" (341fl.ANl'f(1f.v
own risk. JF'c.TW.1!,Cl.W

While the notice was regarded

among officials and diplomats hereas READY-TO-WEAR, SHOES, LACES
nothing more than areiteration of

Germany's warning first given when UNDERMUSLINSExquisite .
the war zone about the British Isles Different- I ;

was announced there was much interest .
in whether it foreshadowed increased -

activity of German subma- and as much better as it is differentLess Laces Exceptional Showing ofUndermuslins j
rines or possibly had to do with I
move- Our assortment of Laces consists of an i

ments of the German fleet which recently gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less immense variety of qualities and patterns.

has been variously reported skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. We are showing a beautiful line of Shadow :

cruising in the North sea. These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. Lace Bobinet Laces, heavy Cuackley: Embroidered :

Misses Florence and Mabel Doty They are assured by mechanical laws. Laces Venetian Laces, Chantilly Beautiful Skirts, Corset Covers and ,

were among those leaving Orlando Laces, Two-Toned Torchon, Val LmTeddy Bears, lace and embroidery trimmed '

:yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Read the Five OaklandSuperioritiesBelow I en and Cluney Laces.
Leading Dame fashion has decided that Laces and all moderately] priced. ;
Coast Line for points in the North. I 1
this summer, so we :
They will pass the heated term at shall be very good
the greatest line we ever 1
their old home in Illion, N. Y. have bought
owned both in foreign and domestic 1

Miss Eleanor Dimmick who has Every feature works towards a definite economy- makes. It will be a delight to see them.

been spending several months very maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with White

delightfully in Orlando left yesterday low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience Our Beautiful Ready-to- Shoes 1

afternoon for her home in New bury, ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury.

Vermont where she will spend the Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's Wear Is
Department to wear with that
pretty white
t. summer. a real road test-and decide. dress,

The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and Now Complete when you graduate. :
SHERIFF'S SALE sixes: Speeders Roadsters and Touring Cars-SHOO t" ,

Under an execution issued by the Clerk of $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. Never before have we had such a won- 1

'.the Torida.Circuit dated Court the of 26th Orange day county of April.State Isis of, derful display of beautiful dresses in white NEWEST STYLES :

./"nd against in Anderson favor of Charlton.Laforest Joe A. Charlton Shattuck Hattie and- MOTOR COMPANYPontiac and colored, distinctive and wonderful in e i f

Henderson. Sarah Barnes Katie S'mJ''On. their beauty. We are showing an elegant
and Alice Johnson as defendants I have MichiganJ. i in Ladies White Canvas and Nu Buck !
levied on all the right, title and interest of I line in Voiles, Organdies, Crepes
said six defendant'described, or of any of them in and Lawns some of them beautifully trimmed Pumps and Slippers, high and low heels, '
to the following real estate in saidcounty
bff Orange state of Honda, to-wit: I with sheer delicate laces and fine trans- prices ranging from J

South quarter of of northwest southwest' quarter quarter,,and of section northeast B. MAGRUDER Jr. Agent I parent embroidery, all the newest styles, I
three, township, twenty-two, I ,
in south range and at prices to suit
thirty east. And I will, offer the same for I I
sale at public auction to the best and blithest ORLANDO, FLORIDA a$18.00 I JI
bidder for cash during the legal hours of $5.50 to $1.50 to $4.00YowjellDnckwortli
sale. on Monday. June seventh. 1915. at the
front door of the court house at Orlando 1-Great Strength !
Orange county Florida.
with light weight.
Terms cash: purchaser to pay for titles.J. 1 j
Sheriff of Orange County Fla. 2.-High Speed Motor .r 4r
A F. Odlin. Attorney By c. A.for VIVIAN.plaintiff.D. S. with great power. I

CHARTER NOTICE 4-29-wkly-5t: 3-Low center of -. .....<..I e I I !
of gravity with usual 4d: Co. II
Notice is hereby given that The Chur..hBorne road clearance ; -
and Hospital a corporation not for f
profit, will, apply to the Judge of the Circuit 4 F lying
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Floe wedge .
.-... ida on May 28, 1915. for approval of amendments Lines with least wind -- ,
\ to its charter changing its name to 11Orlando's
that of St. Lake' Hospital, and increasing resistance. '
the amount in value of the real estate which. "
the 9200.000.April corporation. may hold from $ OOOO to 5-E c o n o m y with ftfi Largest Store. "Quality Did It. I

29. 1915. I Luxury.

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Florida Sentinel 'TO DO. fh
Now go and spend some money
MORNING AND WEEKLY tainted for pure white lead and linseed -

'-, 4Y. GLENN .....................EdiUr oil, and see your residence is Somebody, possibly t' J IIt!
w. C. ESSINGTOX ......BoiintM Mana&uEntered '
painted according to the rules of odies Ella Wheeler Wil t h. ..II'' *
at the po&toffice at Orlando: Florida Hoyle. Your wife may have a new "Fight, and the world f .tki sa, Jk *. W ? ,.
as Second Class Mail Matter
spring bonnet, imported and supremely Keep the peace, and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES smart, with beads and bugs and alone." '
Da,]:,. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 I li2E ;:
Daily. C Months ...................... 2.50 doodads on it, a triumph of the hat- t. "" .
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 smith's art and yourself may That Wakulla' county man who was ,
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .soWeekly. ; you N
have new raiment, glad rags that in jail and saved up his corn bread 0:
1 Year _......... ........... $1.00 Country estate of 350
might adorn a king, suggesting cane syrup and allowed it to fer-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN you've received the payment for thosegold ment and make booze certainly spoileda acres, large two story

ADVERTISERS: bricks you sold this spring; your lot of mighty good eating in orderto dwelling, handsome lakefront I
'E sons and daughters may be wearing a get a very small amount of mighty
Copy tut ditplay and all other handsetadTcrtidnc lot of togs that can't be beat, andyou'll poor drink. $9000.00.
the bu.ines.Bice
.e.t be h ndeo in at
later than 2 m.lb. folks that
4' .f *h Sentinel not p. imagine declaring -- --
U.changes day before for publication.contract advertiNnc This role;applies it is you abide in Easy Street. But they The Times-Union says: "One trou- -

Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. will say to one another, "He puts his ble about Jacksonville is that the people -

his back he ought to hire here do not much
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel difccon- money on ; get exercise Six acre grove, modern
tinned should notify the office in writing on a man and brother to paint his old swatting flies for there are very few
J' date of expiration, otherwise it will be
continued the at the regular subscription rates. disgraceful shack. With bogus pride i flies here to swat." cottage and out-buildings,

until Telephone notice Numb to atop r .is...received................... ** his chest is swelling, he flaunts his. Try swatting "spiritual wickedness i 100000. WE'LL CLEANUP! .
gaudy rags all day, but the conditionof in high places" and you will wear out I
TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915.A his dwelling gives him and all his all the swatters in Jacksonville in one .

tribe away." Go, get a brush that's day.

year ago we termed it "rivers of good and dauby, a can of paint-I'll --0--
blood." Today an ocean is inade- lend you mine-and paint your house I Tireless Tangoing Triumphant

quate. and make it nobby, and help to make Tampa has a ladies' organization Call onS.G.Dolive

-r--- the village shine. Go, "demonstratethat known as "Married-and-Glad-of-- .

In this country every fellow thinks you're a dandy at boosting up It Club." It is a very small and very

for himself-unless his wife does it the painter's trade, and men will say select club and meetings are held inthe G & SonI

for him. i you're a dandy, and pat you on the parlors of the members. Someday

o i shoulderblade.-Walt Mason. they will organize a "Married- I

Failure to advertise is about like a and-Sorry-for-It Club" in Tampa and Heal Estate and Insurance

setting a bull dog on a, customer at Quite frequently an editor is criti- the membership will be so large that .

your store door. cised for expressing his opinions. And the meetings will have to be held inthe ORLANDO, FLORIDA

0 then he is criticised for not doing so. city park.
3 West Pine Second Floor
We commend the modesty of Jess Fact is, he is criticised either way- INTHE
Willard. He declines to usurp the and both ambles
ways-and just We believe in the spirit of peace,
.. whole front page. along as blissfully indifferent as a but it will require something more
o duck in a summer shower! than belief to anchor it down.
Lots of men brag of having horse o
of -- ----- -------- ----- ----- I STORE
sense, which is something a com-
Admiral Peary asserts that a hun-
to the men. I .
pliment dred years hence the United States
--o-- will either be obliterated as a nation, '
The first duty of society is the 1 TUESDAY
or we will occupy the entire North
preservation of society. But this has
American continent. In either case,
no reference to high society.
it won't worry us a particle-a hun-
o dred years hence. .
As another evidence that Americais
drifting toward war, we now refer
Just out of curiosity some time
to baseball suits as "uniforms.
count up the number of successful
business men in your town who have
Whenever a person refers to war
as hell, the devil gets right up on his had a university- training. You'll be Magnolia AvenueI
hind legs and objects to the comparison. -
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POPULAR WINTER RESIDENT have recently purchased the Hadley property sit- Consisting of Dress Goods. Silks,

The fact that a man is well edu- SUCCUMBS uated directly across from Osceola Hotel. Linens, Linings, Laces, Wash .

cated does not necessarily imply that This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
he is using his talents to best advan- Samuel B. Chalfant, aged 48 years, Goods, Embroideries, etc., etc.
died at an early hour Sunday morningat number of bearing fruit trees.I .
tage. In lengths from 2 to 8 yards
o his residence, 200 America street, will sell
the entire property or will sell any numberof
When the piping times of peace as the result of the white plague, feet off south end. (There's a use for every length.
with which he had been suf-
come back a profitable pastime may a patient
be found in gathering shells along ferer for some years. Mr. Chalfantwas The house is in good condition and is arranged into J

the Dardanelles. one of the well known winter res- light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
idents of Orlando and had
o a large
of $100.00 per month during the winter season.I .
?Photography, we are told, is gain- circle of close friends and acquaintances. #

ing a place as a fine art. All right, bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT

be as arty as you please, but tie a Mr. and Mrs. Chalfant and two BARGAIN. .
sinker to the price tag. daughters have been coming to Or-
o lando for some years from Browns- Cash or terms.

Humor is the buffer of life's jolts; ville, Pa. hoping that the climate of
it is the shock absorber in business the Land of Flowers would prove ben- Priced for

perplexities and brightens the path- eficial to Mr. Chalfant's impaired

way all along the route. health, but the disease had gained a
o firm hold, and the last summons wasa

When the war ends foreign govern- release from pain and suffering. S. Y. WAY ONE DAY'SSELLING
ments might raise a little coin by sell- May: the winds blow gently and the .

ing their submarines to rich Americans flowers bloom fragrantly and beautifully -

for pleasure craft. One will do over his grave.
for us. Even though he was at times a Insurance and Real Estate AgentPHONE

y 0 great sufferer, he bore his affliction
Chicago prohibitionists are puffedup with fortitude. He was a live wire

because a baby camel was born in for the city. He was a boomer and 172

Lincoln park zoo the other day. The booster. lie was quick to do his part Some Less

camel, you know, takes a drink but and more. He was always found in
once in nine days.A the forefront. He was buoyant and
o big hearted. His Orlando friends will I and Many

census of the men who have been regret to know that he is no more.

president of Mexico in the last four The body was embalmed by Under-

years is in order. A census of those taker Hand, and accompanied by Mrs.

who have tried to be president is Chalfant and daughter, Mary: left AT HALF J.

hopelessly impossible.A last night for Brownsville, Pa. where -
o the interment will take place. Miss

single shot laid an Austrian arch- Dorothy Chalfant will remain in Orlando PRICEDICKSONIVES

duke low and plunged Europe into the with her grandmother, Mrs. Ever tMuc front Head to Foot-
bloodiest war of all history. And i Reichard, who will later return to

countless millions of shots have been Brownsville for the summer. lit our Dru tore

unable to restore peace.


When we read of the many who get ONIBunion
caught in some sin just because the Rev. A. S. Tatum died at the homeof to
markets or something go wrong, we his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Mostellar, '

wonder how many others commit the at 507 West Central avenue, Monday Plasters /
same sins but do not get caught be- morning at 2:30 o'clock, after an ill- /, .

cause the markets or some other ness of about a week of general senil- ..

things go right. ity and a complication of diseases at- _. ,
o tendant thereto.Mr. ii -

CUT IT OUT.If Tatum was eighty years of age "
December 16, .1914. At the of
for no other reason than to show
consideration for the poor suckers twenty-one he was graduated from I

who have to sit tight and listen to the Penfield University, in Georgia, and
racket ask the entered the ministry of the Baptist
we auto drivers to be
careful and keep their cutouts closed. church. During a long and success-

For their information it might be well ful career as a preacher he organizedtwo Q

to state that there is a town ordinance hundred churches and baptized
over three thousand persons. His re-
prohibiting the opening of cutouts
within the city limits. It is positivelya mains were shipped to Adairsville,

nuisance and serves no other pur- Ga. his old home, this afternoon, accompanied CO.

pose than to fool the driver into by J. II. Tatum, of Miami,
thinking that he is Barney Oldfield his oldest son. The deceased is sur-
Ford vived by three other sons, B. B. J. R.,
operating a racing car with a
and S. M.: Tatum, who also reside in
300-horse power Blitzen-Benz on his Miami. Get it at .DEPARTMENT STORE.
trail. However, such is not the case,
and if the town marshal should sneak Rev. Tatum was known far and MERCK'SWe .. ..
i wide as one of those dear old men
and in their
up some day murmur organ -
who are rapidly passing to their re- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
of hearing it might be some
ward. are the nearest drug store The Store of true service of never-failing
shock. Nevertheless, we are just grin- courtesy -
ning to ourselves as we ease along, "Those told who, knew him need never be PHONE 68 of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

patiently waiting for the time when That a warmer heart has never grown at right prices
r we can burst out in a laugh. It will cold." MERCK'S PHARMACY

} be some snicker, .-Lake Worth .
.' Herald. The want ad.'s the thing. I THE REXALL STORE ---' ,
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4 _.. __. -d: the Favorit to-
; -yard day. the writer stating that he had heardof night if you wish to see a program
Informal reception in M. E. church the wonderful transformation that is sparkling with laughter and
Ladies' Aid and Mis-
parlors, by
sionary societies, to members of the wrought by the Civic League in mak- movie stars. Every picture is wortha
Orlando district conference. ing a beauty spot of the governmentlot "jitney" and we give you three or
Sorosis Club meeting. in Orlando. Such is the fame that four every night. A particularlygood
Mrs. Jos. Bumby entertains for Miss spreads from one city to another, especially program for tonight. See it.
Slemons at an afternoon party. a '
Wednesday May 5. from the city that harbors Five cents to all.
Civic League, clean-up week-back a live and energetic organization, I GR.CEFl"LXU UNUSUAL: JEWELRY 0We
yard day. such the Civic League.
as Get the in the Sentinel !first.OSTEOPATHY. I
Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Hal news
Young take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Beardall hostess. s represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different -
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. S. E. TWO PARTIES IN HONOROF
Ives, Sr., hostess. MISS BRANCH. DANIEL FROHMAN from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
Bachelor Girls Miss Augusta Wright Yesterday two social events were Presents visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
, Thursday, May 6 given in honor of Miss Roberta precious stones.
Civic League, clean-up weekparking Branch, of Orlando. The Famous Military Drama DR. J. C. HOWELL ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
and street day. The afternoon affair was given by Osteopathie Physician and Surgeon _
Rosalind Club, Mrs. C. B. Robinson, "THECODIANDING Kirksville Graduate
chairman hospitality committee. Mrs. Warner Hamm at her charming Consnlfation Free [6 zD
residence River and OFFICER"By H rOcl.[ : :
Kil Kare Klub. on street, the Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
Friday, May 7. other, a boat ride, in the evening on HoteL .
Theodore Burt with
Civic League, clean-up weekpaintand -
whitewash day. the Marguerite, by Mrs. Alston Haile, Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

Nullos Club, Mrs. Forrest Dabney whose house guest she is. Orlando Fla. YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE
\.4 Carr hostess. The afternoon affair was given HEREin
Faculty of Orlando High School en- over to bridge, after which' dainty I
tertain for the Seniors.
8. refreshments were served. The prize selecting wall paper for your
Saturday, May ALICE DOVEYA
Civic League, clean-up week-Junior winners were Mrs. Alston Haile and LucernelI home. Our stock contains all the latest

Leagueda Mrs Harmon. designs in such a varied assort-
Thrilling Version of the Play
-()- The boat ride was participated in I s ment that you are sure to find just

, MISS MARIAN JONES I by twelve couples, who spent an en- that stirred two continents. TODAY i the kind you have been looking for.
QUEEN OF THE MAY. joyable couple of hours.-:Morning Come in and see our offering and get
May Day was celebrated Saturday Post, Palatka. I our prices. You'll be interested.
afternoon by the pupils of the Cathe- I r
dral school. Miss Marian Jones, a REHEARSAL FOR Orlando Paint & Wall Paper ft
senior, was elected by vote of the I .1 BOY TO NIGHT"An
school to be "Queen of the May," and 205 S. Orange Avenue
There will be an important rehearsal ?***+* Edison Special Feature com-
the crowning ceremonies were very
of "Pinafore" for the members of COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
pretty, the escorts and procession plete in two parts."SLIPPERY .
the Mendelssohn Club this evening at t
forming on the east lawn, escortingthe
7:30 at the Orlando opera house. -
queen to her throne on the west
Kindly remember that the hour has
lawn. Alvin Nye and Charles Straley
been changed and is now 7:30. SLIM'S WEDDING -
carried flowers before her and John
McEwan and Thomas Butt were the -()- DAY" WRIGHT SEED COMPANY

pages. Cecil Rodenbaugh carried the SOCIETY NOTESOF
crown on a white cushion. Escorting INTEREST.Mr. Another of those screaming Es-

the queen were her maid of honor, and Mrs. Thomas Crook and 10 cents 20 cents sanay Comedies."A "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use
Miss Ella Slemons, and the attend- pretty daughters, Misses Grace and
ants, Misses Alice and Marian Braly, Elsie, who have spent the season at Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

Jane Green, Bertha Huelesnnkamp, their hospitable home, 404 West Cen- Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.
Nina Phillips. The charming ceremo- tral avenue, started yesterday afternoon MODEL WIFE"A International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.

nies were followed by dances before I for Hamilton, Ontario, where entertained Wednesday by Mrs. S. E. Kalem Komedy. Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augus-

the queen, first the tiniest of the chil- they will spend the summer. This estimable Ives, Sr., instead of Mrs. C. P. Dow, tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal

dren gave a song and dance and this family will be missed by i as previously announced. FOUR BIG REELS and Sudan Grass, Dasheens.
many friends who will eagerly await
was followed by a German folk dance
executed by four juniors, Misses Co- their return in the fall. Miss Florence THE GRAND PARAMOUNT.\Y
10 CEr7SI
rinne Walton, Alice and Marietta Stroud, the attractive niece of TONIGHTOne

Drew, and Anna Jones. Then came a Mr. and Mrs. Crook, who has spent BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
the season with the I i
scarf dance by twelve juniors. Julia family, accompa- of the strongest feature photo
Yates, lone Neal, Winifred Brown, nied them on their return. This was plays of recent times is the Famous !

., Alice and Marietta Drew, Jewel Din- Miss Stroud's first visit to this city Players Film company's four part 4.
kel, Mary Zachary, Katherine Reeve, and she was so charmed by the sur- film version of the noted military
Josephine Reid, Mamie Barr and roundings that she will endeavor to play, "The Commanding Officer,"the
Eileen Vivian. They were dressed in induce her parents to return with her drama that stirred the emotions of FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
next season, and follow in the foot-
white and danced with green and two continents. This subject, with
white streamers. The winding of the steps of her uncle and aunt, by erecting the popular ingenue, Alice Do'vey, as

Maypole concluded the celebration.The a pretty home here and becom- the central character, is the chief at- Established 1886
pole was hung with rainbow colors : ing permanently identified with the traction at the Grand theatre today,

and the girls wore dresses to City Beautiful.Mrs. on the Paramount program.

match in color the streamers they "The Commanding Officer" is the
held. Leon B. Forte was hostess toa kind of photo play that nine-tenths of CURTIS & O'NEAL
week-end party at her home, her
the town will be wild to see two or
PROGRAM ORLANDO house guests being Misses Sarah three times, and the other tenth at

DISTRICT CONFERENCE.The Slemons, Alma DeLaney, and Mayme least once. There is so much tense INSURANCE

program of the Orlando Dis- Thornton. Many pleasant diversionswere story, and so much fine, balanced act- LOANS

trict Conference, to be held in Orlando arranged by the hostess for the ing, and such delightful personalitiesin

. Florida, May 4-7, at the Metho- pleasure of her guests, chief among the superb cast that it can not but REAL ESTATE RENTALS '
dist church. Rev. J. B, Ley, host. them being a dance when the party be a tremendous success. ,

Tuesday evening, 7:30 p. m.-Song was joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Produced in California, under the

service led by the choir. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brodwater, direction of Allan Dwan, the photo

7:50 p. m.-Opening sermon, Rev.J. i Mrs. James Lkaughlin III., Messrs} play is further enriched by broad,

B. Rooney. At the close of the sermon Harry Voorhis, Harold and Pete. sweeping backgrounds that are both .
there will be a reception for the Johnson, and Edwin Beeman. charming and utterly appropriate to
members of the District Conference, -oA I! the action of the play. i

given by the ladies of the church. party of young people from Or- For Sa1eV

Wednesday morning, 8:30 a. m.- lando visited Wekiwa Springs Sun- FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, !
Devotional services, led by the pre- day, where they spent the day in in new house. Cheap for summer. .
siding elder. bathing and boat riding. Among Special rates by the year. 406 :Mar
garet street. 5-4-6t House Lot 65 x167. Price
those eight rooms. %
9 a. m.-Organization and appointment composing the party were Misses ;

. I. of committees. Isabel Rooney, Mabel Lundgren,

9:30 a. m.-Report of pastors from Ionia Speer, Jessie and Dave Jones, $4500.00. A bargain. 1 1J
their charges. Grace Nicholson Lena Williams, Ruth i

10:30 a. m.-Our Florida Advocate, Brenem, and Messrs. Hugh Rooney,
Editor, Rev. J. Edgar Wilson. Charles and Albert McIntosh, Ralph
11 a. m.-Sermon, Rev. S. W. Law- Conklin, Arthur Kendrick, T. T. Stall-' ;

ler. ings, Geo. Nicholson, Albert and Percy ROOf GARDEN 5t

Wednesday afternoon, 2:30 p. m.- Moore, Mr. and Mrs. H. Vedders. 1.
Devotional services, Rev. R. II. Bar- -o--
nett. Yesterday afternoon a number of
3 p. m.-How to Pray Plan and little Lucy Barton's friends gatheredat TO DAY
Work for a Revival, Rev. G. W. her home on West Jackson streetto DO YOUR SHARETO

Stubbs. : help celebrate her ninth birthday.The ji i
3:15 p. m.-Subject open for dis- time passed merrily as the chil- '

.. xrussion. dren engaged in different games, and "THE BROKEN TOY"A .
3:30 p. m.-Can We Raise Our Con- all too soon the dusk came on, puttingan
ference Claims in Full? Rev. A. L. end to the party. Ice cream, cake 11
Make Orlando More
tt- lloue. and fruits were served during the af modern society drama, com-

3:45 p. m.-Subject open for discus ternoon. All of the little folks thor- plete in two parts. I

sion. oughly enjoyed the occasion and Beautiful !
4 p. m.-Our Conference Orphanage wished their charming hostess many {
Superintendent II. B. Leach. I
happy returns of the day.

miscellaneous 4:30 p. .-business.District Parsonage.and Mrs. D. C. Thompson--6-- Miss Mary "THE BABY'S FAULT" PAINT UP and CLEAN UP .j

Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m.- Branham and :Miss Mable O'Neal returned Nestor Comedy.
Song service led by the choir. yesterday afternoon from At- 41I-I ,

7:50 p. .-Preaching, Rev. S. lanta, where they had been
Brady. grand opera. The ladies report a The whitest of white Paint, and the best .jf.jfof

-<- I most enjoyable visit. Mrs. Thompsonalso "THE RUSTLE OF A SKIRT"
FAME: OF CIVIC LEAGUE visited Mebane, N. C., and was Up" at
HAS SPREAD TO ALABAMA.The i present at the marriage of her daughter jt
first day of "clean-up" week Miss Ruth, to Mr. F. N. :Mebane. Featuring Mary Fuller. A Com- 1 !

started yesterday and was "front -- edy Drama. The Hardware Store on the Corner i

yard" day. Every .day will be aI I Among those enjoying bathing Sun- '
clean-up day and the movement under day at Camp Alheyjuila were Dr. Mc ,'I 1I
the auspices of the Woman's Civic Ewan and family Dr. Edwards and

.. League of Orlando is destined to bea family, Dr. Beardall and family, Dr. 10 cents 5 cents JOS. L. GUERNSEY'Sr 1j 1jI
notable one and have good results Estes and family, Messrs. William
for Orlando. Today is "back yard" Beardall, Pete and Harold Johnson.0 I
day and an effort will be made toN -- I

t ,clean up and improve the unsanitary The Twentieth Century Club will be Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. i

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Lake Site SENTINEL LOST-Friday Pure Food Store, at, McCrory'sIann's Gordon's Bakery:: J UIll er. I at11s tiuI Shiiig1estw

Grocery, or between these and Court
House, small black pocket book con-
taining one $20 and one $10 bill and
WANTS i one gold pendent necklace. Finder 1OH
will receive reward by returning to
Two -' 5-1-3t.L. F. Hammond, Elks' Club, city.

The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want LAND()
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. PHONE 646

Terms Cash in Advance. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES FIRST CLASS UEP AIRIXG-
Cement Plaster and Perfection
two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t Royal Agatite Lime
tage on For Three Days ____________50c BARNARD & SON
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c -- -- --
; For One Month ____________$2.30;) 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. (
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of 1210LmDON'T .
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate

f-.' $20.00 See E.per B. acre.Bradley Quick. sertion.If the each will office you be additional. one can't telephone cent bring word per,No.for your word 24.each ad Ac-for in-to WORRY N NATIONAL GAS RANG E \WEEK%' [ [

counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. THE BIRTHDAY OF THEFirst

Every Home-Every Business
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a If you are disappointedabout
J Sentinel Want Ad. getting a new Eas- j
Gas Range
W.tkln* Block PHONE 504 ter Suit,we can put your ;

,; FOR SALE old one in good condi-
tion for just such occas-
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Hupmobile runabout,
ions. Fifty-one the first cooked its first meal.
model 20; perfect condition; tires years ago gas range

can buy foundation all selling new;buying just overhauled larger car.; reason Call for 20 Itfdidn't look much like the wonderful new gas ranges of 1915.

stone building blocks, side- West Pine street. 5-l-6t .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
It but that it
walk tile, or anything in my was clumsy-imperfect- even at quickly proved ,

line at reduced. Call around FOR SALEA Dry Cleaning its superiority over other ways of cooking. ,
and let surprise clean, nice cash business for a
me you on Steam Cleaning
prices. hustler small cash, on easy payment terms, balance; requires to only suit Pressing and Repairing This week is being celebrated all over the country as Na-

F. D. GORE, 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. tional GAS RANGE WEEK, in honor of this father of all gas
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913 ranges. In honor of the greatest househould help of modern

: Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. model; new tires, new coat paint, times.
$100 worth accessories; price 325.
Also 1915 Overland touring car, fine
I shape Winter; $800.Park Fla.Winter Park Auto 5-2-St Co., ONLY $1,000BEFORE The spirit of the week is co-operation---mutual helpfulness

___H_____ between you and ourselves.

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 200, patented egg hot egg water turning Reliable tray incubator with-- Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or not, we I .

Office corner Orange Avenue and out removing eggs from incubator; want to show you the wondeeful improvements that have been
good as new. $10. .
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., 100 chick outdoor brooder. $5. MAY 5thbuys made in gas ranges in the last few years---changes that make it
Phone 419.Clean. 2,000 orange and grapefruit trees,
1 and 2 years old, budded and seed-
lings. lOc. and 75c. each.D. more than ever'the ideal stove for home cooking. It will only
N. Batchelor, Winter Park Fla.
5-2-3t the 2 corner lots east of take a few minutes of your time, and we know you'll find it
Up !
FOR SALE-New camp, located on a my residence, sidewalks. nice interesting.
. lake; half acre of land; near brick
[ road. This is a desirable bargain. fence, oaks and palms.
Address D. B. C., Sentinel office.

Buy your Cleaning 5-2-Gtc Worth $1500 or more. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

Materials of us. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story Reason for low price is that
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches, GAS DEPARTMENT
Brooms excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. purchaser must agree to
2-23-tf 1L

Mops FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
and tools best farm in county; va- Terms if desired.
Soaps riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- r
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock
Washing Powders Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, ov-n-

Soap PowdersBuy er.. FOR RENT 1-16-tfc L Service Start will Pur S rill [ Wat r Service Start will 1

of FOR RENT-A five room cottage, 7 May 10th May 10th
a can Lay-U- West Concord avenue, by the sum- DR. A. J.J TAYLOR
Dust. mer or year. Apply at 12 W. Concord
avenue. 4-29-6t
FOR RENT-Furnished Flat, Ridge- PHONE 696 +
CARUTBERS & GORE wood ave. Inquire O. K. Bakery. In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who .

4-28-6t 905 East Central Avenue specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands .,

New Modern G Grocery FOR mer,RENT-Cottage or by the year,; for cheap.the T.sum-A. service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

t Yancey. 328tfcAn the business houses and residences of Orlando from Elder Springs, located on. Or-

8x10 Kodak enlargement free lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
: Phone 200 at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf
! Cut. Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a


t Notice is hereby given that Louis and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
Kilgore, who was at the November
term of Criminal Court of Record gallon.
Orange County Florida, 1914, con- Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
i victed of the offense of carnal inter-
$2.ooTAMPA course with unmarried female under
18 years of age, and on the 15th of I .
November, 1914, sentenced by said
court, will apply to the Board of Par- ANA.LYSIS :
dons at Tallahassee. Florida, for a
pardon of such conviction at its next
regular meeting. .violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER Ph.D.
i t LOUIS KILGORE. Rollins College, Florida-
4-21-10tc ,
Winter Park, Florida April 19, 1915II.

and Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
over 30 years. Have handled over
RETURNMONDAY 20000000. Call and see m-j. SPRING WATERCOLOR

- - 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. __________________________________Clear-
WANTED Under New Management REACTION _________:_______________________Neutral
MAY 1m FREE AMONIA __________________________Xone. ..
WANTED POSITION young man ALBUMINOLD:: AMMONIA __________________None.
having fifteen years experience in Smyth HouseCorner CHLORIDE ________________________._______6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
Tickets good on all where department ability stores and merit desires would position TOTAL SOLIDS ___________________-________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains rant advancement. Best references.War- Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES ________________________________Trace _
,Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf One Block from Court House HARDNESS ________________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit May\ 13th The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
of these
monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses indicating contamination.
VIA in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from BOARD
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 of the body. .
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 I Rates by Day or Week. Summer The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small

Atlantic Coast LineStandard acres:Mahlon: unimproved Gore. ; extra good 4-28-tfc land. Rates Now On. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

I MRS. J. McCAMY:: quality.A .
LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Railroad of the South the Atlantic Coast Line, Friday, i i the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
:May: 14. 2:43 p,m. Rate $17.60. See authorities think, for supplying the lime
:Mr.: LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783, I just about enough as many and magnesia requirementsof
506 Lexington street. Get your identification -I the body. Yours respectfully,
cards from depot or city : CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOS R. BAKER.
ticket agent.Umbrellas. I
I 373
recovered and repaired
West Jefferson Street
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lirc I Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

DR. L. H. FOR RENT :Modern: bungalow close Hand Wood CompanyWood ..
m. .
::\1..1 Daetwyler. 5-2-3t LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.

ORLANDO.FIT GLASSES- -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES FURNISHED bath, lighted-Five, trunk' large' and rooms storerooms and PROMPT SERVICE \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 !
large bearing grove, chicken "
AND DO ALL KINDS OF house. Rent low to November.See .1 REASONABLE PRICES .
OPTICAL REPAIRING owner, 714 West Church. 5-2-5t

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BISHOP CAMERON MANN PRE- by Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D.,

s.... r SIDED I bishop of the southern diocese of
1. ,1'- "- Daytona, Fla.-The special services
Florida. The bishop also adminis-
_. ;
... .... .. &-.oIfi o : held at St.Iar"s Episcopal church:
tered the rite of confirmation to a
: Monday evening, were very interest-
',' .T : .
class of
: y. seven members.A
r.-.... ,:' _. .ne "' "",' j. :.: .:,.... .. :. "' .. a >: ing and fact quite that attended, considering quartet furnished music
the a mass meeting was duringthe
! r.... .r. 'f"'" "- -i' tl ?. ; }
; being conducted at the New Daytona I evening and there was a solo by
t d i. '. .. .
theatre and several social affairs also !. R. L. Evernden. The church was very
t ;
- : attracted the public.An beautifully decorated for the occasion
I.... _
-: .te excellent sermon was k-liwred i with lilies.
, ()ns, etc., plaintiff in !!=db-i; i ds of the equal suffrage
t B. Pritchard, defend- tA t hv* st' }
movement that its passage showed a 1
Petition for rehearing sentiment for the woman's vote being 1

i by Ellis. granted. This position several mem- You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
son, plaintiff in error, bers of the house did not want to en-
our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
Florida, defendant in dorse, not realizing that the charterbill

a county. Judgment for Fellsmore, although granting Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers
:low is affirmed. Ther woman suffrage, was entirely a local !
found guilty of I ; tifI; atFinley's .
was bill and had no bearnig on state wide ; Irt1S
!her infant child. affairs. The bill passed by a vote of ':
et aL, appellants, vs. 26 to 16 in the house. 4'S M
I.. appellees; Hernando PioneerJust

reversing lower court.
;eenburg et al. appel-
. across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
im appellee;
'. Order affirming de- pupils and friends of Mrs. Stev- "THE COMMANDING OFFICER," AT THE GRAND TONIGHT streets.
enson's music class
were delightfully
. uit court, and that
entertained Saturday afternoon at Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.
and recover his costs the home of Mrs. B. Salomon, 407 I Maretta Tichnor. SOUTHERN BELL CO. BUYS SANFORD J .
;. Dissenting opinion Solo, "Hopes and Fears," Ellen TELEPHONE
North Orange avenue. The house
was Fuller. I
Concurred by Shackle-
prettily decorated with flowers and Solo "The Nightingale and the SYSTEM !
Finch," Marietta Tichnor. -
ferns and an interesting musical program I
plaintiff in error, vs. rendered the Solo, "Humoresque" (Lansing), Lil- i Sanford, Fla.-The city of Sanford
r, defendant in error. was by pupils. lie Hoequist.Solo will
Following the entertainment delicious greatly benefit by the recent sale SPRAYINGFor
"Tarentella" (Liberrie), Flor-
to of cir-
a judgment
I j refreshments of cakes and fruit rie Bennett. of the property of the Sanford Tele-i
Citrus county, per cu-i! Solo "Dance Characteristique," Althea phone to the Southern Bell
j punch were served. Both teacher and company
:nt of lower court afI I Tichnor. White Fly and Scale, pray with Schnarr's In-
Telephone in which
all the
endant in error to pay I pupils return many thanks for the Solo, "Rustling Leaves" (Hewitt), lines and equipment company of the former secticide. For lied Spider. Ruste Mite and all other Mites
kind hospitality. Annie Crux. infesting citrus trees spray with the Soluble Sulphur
. The program was as follows: Solo, "Home Sweet Home" trans. home company pass into the hands of
scayne Co., appellant ; by Pressir), Ida Jernigan.Solo the latter company. The position of I ('om pound. .
3 et al., appellees; an i; PART I. "March of the Andes" (Warren the telephone here had These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
i order of circuit court Duet, "Festival March," Martha ), Margaret Schumann. company resolved -! be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
Brokaw and Mrs.: Stevenson.Solo Solo "The Swan Song" (Wagner), itself into the question of I insure clean trees and bright fruit.
ty, per curiam. This "Little Recruits" March, Thel- Davida Lockhart. whether the home company would
seen submitted to the ma Sellers. Solo, "La Fontain" Celia Salomon. keep the plant with no additional I 'Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
-mer day of this term Duet, "Soldiers' March," Clutha Solo, "Spring Song" (Mendelssohn equipment to take cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
of the
ipt of the record of the Allen and Mrs. Stevens. ). care constantly you will have no regrets at the end of the season.no. .
Solo, "Come, Dance With Me,"Martha Solo, "Wedding Day" (Greig). increasing business and operate -
id and argument of Brokaw. Solo "Military March" (Schubert- at a loss or dispose of the busi-
respective parties,and Duet, "Bird of Paradise," Lelia Liszt. to
a larger that could
company 1. SCHNARR Manufacturers
ling been seen and in- Fuller and Mrs. Stevenson.Solo .
guarantee the best of equipment and
"The Bird's Lullaby, Clutha OCALA AGAIN DEFEATEDThe .,
court now being ad-
Allen. service to the patrons. The general
idgment to be given in Solo, "Aairy Fairies," Evelyn Gam- public has been heartily in favor of Orlando, Florida
it seems to the courtno ball game yesterday afternoon
ble.Solo transfer
and the
error in said order. "March of the Soldiers," Lelia between Ocala and Winter Park re-
Fuller. ascertaining the attitude of the pub-
sulted in another for Winter .
victory ,
ig the order of circuit Solo, "Stately Minuet," Margaret lic did not hesitate to grant the -- --
t appellese to have and Way Park boys they again shutting out Southern
a new franchise backed
id from the appellant Solo, "The Katydid: ," Thelma Sel- I Ocala and piling up eight runs in a j
by a petition signed by the patrons |I call and let low
them expended in their lers.Solo seven-innning contest. It was "too Why don't you us quote you our
"Hungarian Dance," Ruth of the line. !
muchIason" for Ocala, John Chazal
which is ordered to bee Lockhart. I
court below. Violin solo, (a) "Love's Old Sweet being the only one that could connect Summer Rates at the
- New Charters Issued This Week I Song," (b) Waltz, Blanche Salomon; with his curves, he hitting a single
Celia Salomon, accompanist.Solo Doctors
and double. Ocala Banner.
The Sunrise a -
Publishing Company,
Tampa; capital, $5,000. J. Fred De- hart.Duet, "Daisy Waltz," Helen Lock- Buckinaslcr & BnmdagcOSTEOPATHS Ercl.pire: :Hotel: ::

Berry, president and treasurer; Joe "Under the Mistletoe," Margaret Mr. Jas. E. Hart, the well known
D. Hanna, vice-president; N. II. Har- Way and Mrs. Stevenson. and popular representative of Wm. '
March, "Promenade of the Flow-
rison, secretary. This company publishes ers," Ellen Fuller and eight little Meyer & Company, wholesale laces Personal The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,
the Sunrise. and embroideries, New York, instruction under Dr. Still ,
Weekly girls. spent
at Kirksville in the to live.
Mo. j makes it the cheapest, nicest place city
The "El Nacional Cigar Company," PART II. I yesterday in Orlando in the interest 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples S
Tampa, has changed its corporate Duet, "Joyous Return," Altha and I of his firm. National Bank. Phone ,578. 1

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Power, Speed, Silence Operation and Convenienceof I IF

.: y F For r Exciallae[ F For r Floriffa a Property I

Remington RemingtonOualit .

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year,
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber l land in Florida.

y Refinment 1

14 Dwelling Houses Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.

Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic- 1

. \ Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year.
ally. Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt. 1

Price $695 f.o.b. Detroit 1
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling
Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on 1
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage 4
$7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

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

property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We 1
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, 4a have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort J

: a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. 4

J Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs. i
.ir: the occupants.
!! r : S We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago I J

Income Property.WARING. i

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Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-: 1

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, R. D. WARING, 1M gr. j

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



R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish canlmatch what you haveMJ. i


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For cleanest clearest '
I... ing go to Robinson's. r o "rr.ro _'; .-.. -: 4" ) it. i
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Mrs. G. L. Kirkland A t '
j;. today to visit friends and CK : O.!!' : ......,>- ;:.,-; --1'- \. ;' i
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;.. -,> Roy R. Roper of ". .--> :: I.t-:' -.. c-:';
f den, was among the _
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citizens of West Orange :
1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF business at the county : 'i:' >)" ..."... .,. .,
day. t.1:9.:
The State Bank of Orlando \ ., .
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Mrs. Frederick F. v
... ORLANDO, FLORIDAAt spent the season in ; _i's.= : .- 1
at the Wyoming hotel '\..\.. ; --J''--.: "- ..?j
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 day for her summer -- -,. :- -- -

RESOURCESLoans ville, Pa. .-,."' 1--. .- if

1; and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. ... \
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; Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 daughter, Mrs. Harry -i ,' \t :
-. Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 :Mr. E. C. Bates motored Pi ..-;;... '-
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 yesterday afternoon from ', -,,= -- -'
Real Estate and several hours '" -:;:= -=- ...
9,547.32 spent A-<. ....,
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Cash on hand and due.from Banks _________ 36466.18 mingling with friends. ....., .. '

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$1,095,178.62 Mrs. William ? -
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t LIABILITIES been spending the ..
season .
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t. Capital Stock ______________$ 50,000.00 with her sister Mrs. E.
_______ at her home on Franklin EVERY NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE
Surplus and Undivided Profits ______ 43,473.22
Bills Payable ___________________________ None yesterday afternoon over RESERVE" ICSYSTEM WHICH; IS THEI%:BEST .
a Rediscounts ____________________________ None Coast Line for Paducah SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.

"" Deposits 1,001,705.40 Mr. and Mrs. D. G. THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION
couple of weeks in IS ISSUED CURRENCY.

\ $1,095,178.62 terday for Southern Pines, A NATIONAL BANK IS UNDER THE ISTRICT SUPER- +
a few days sojourn before
J their journey to the East.
Mrs. Annie M. Flannigan .
if il her home, 9 West 'Vashin
f and leave today for '
where she will remain Peoples National Bank

summer months. The ef
keep her posted of the "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

It .-- Orange county.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
their departure yesterday
summer home near Chica
11.- .J> have spent the entire
do, guests at the Wyoming ."
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I. are among the most
r 7 annual visitors to this city.

1 J .i.K: y. :\Ir.1.. II. Moore, a
known citizen of Orange t
now making his home in PASSENGER .
Polk county, was in the
day mingling business
In order to keep up with OAR
this section, he enrolled
; III4 sal a subscriber to the old
Florida Sentinel.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Muttell 1'p Lights and Starter, excellent condition, )
II winter residents of the
ful, will leave this e throughout. Won't stay on the
Atlantic Coast Line for
Pa., where they will remain floor 'long at only
Mr. and Mrs. Muttell have
LIVE ON THE PORCH ing the seasons at their

West Livingston avenue

THIS SUMMERDon't joyed weather both in Orlando.the winter $475

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- Mrs. Frank Hammond
home from
onstrate to you how quickly # hot dusty porch can be been enjoying Orlando a visit .

converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. and daughter-in-law, Mr. .

Here are a few of many specially made pieces 'for Lisle Hammond who l Garage Company "

your porch. leave married Orlando there. Mrs.Tuesday

Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs Smyrna for a visit with

Haltex Fibre Furniture Maple .Chairs and Rockers later with Mr. Hammond
Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings here to reside.- -
Hammocks .. '." ." eiillMIIIIIHIIMIIMM 'MiMM it MMIM"
Dr. and Mrs. H. M.
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline B. T. Boyd, of Winter I
Stoves. Select yours to day. among the visitors to the -
tropolis yesterday. Dr.
here on professional
Mrs. Boyd spent the
OSCAR HAND & SON friends and seeing the

i B. T. Boyd, who is an old ii 4
I friend of the Sentinel
while here to pay this
preciated call. OF CHILDHOOD

." HIM Mr. and
,1111111111111111",1..1,1,1".4GIFTS Mrs. M. B. children generally conffl :
their pretty home at 11

stone avenue and leave and provident through .. I
afternoon over the
FOR GRADUATES Line for Sinclairsville, N. Old Age. -
thoroughly enjoyable visit
are among the veteran the Savings i

Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin :, dents and will return in means of teaching : # ..
the old guards. Mr. and j
are numbered among the Children quickly take

Pendantor boosters of the City personal accounts and '
P' j
TOO LATE TO ability to regularly add
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best ,
value for your money by coming to us. POSITION WANTED-
mer by young man
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine, \,"mineto do anv hone,
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof dress "Young Man" care Savings Accounts. I

merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly 5-4-3t
low. We also offer you choice selections and FOR SALF-Good: I
the best service. years old, wagon and I
fine bargain a* 150. Call
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it dress M. P. Wallam R. -
-the wearer.kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the Alaitland. Fla. 'S


$2 family 5-4-3t Answer able or less,; close cool care per Sentinel.in.room week West; in Side H. n Bank & Trllst t C COpaliy

T. H. EVANS JOIN the International
No initiation fee
.- You will meet the best : ORLANDO, FLORIDA .-
ange county at our :.
JEWELER are held in Orlando.
national Peace Society :
L' chantro Bldg., St. Louis,
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