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 6, 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
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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May Be That Hindenberg'sForces ITALY

Rome, via Havre, May 5.-It was
Are Attempting a
o'clock that the
reported at one today
r: .' part Friday-Grief [amount beTpaid might be"conducted j 1 the amount of indemnity submitted New Offensive Towardsthe German embassy had wired all the
',. I between the state department and the |to the prize court." I.
' *: r Is Felt I South consuls to invite the German subjectsto ON ALL QUESTIONS PERTAINING -
leave Italy. The report was not

;' Pekin, May 5.-An-authorized statement BUYS 5.280ACRES LAND I TO OPEN UP AMELIA AVECity London, May 5.The Russians are officially Page denied confirmed.the rumor Ambassador that the I INSTITUTIONS TO OFFICES OF -.

c from the Chinese government is in full retreat from Hungary, with
United States had been intrusted with
t that a direct appeal to the United the Austro-German forces in close the of German interests in
Missourian No Satisfied With Council Held an Important i pursuit, according to an official announcement potection
States Russia and France will be Italy. WEDGE FOR SUFFRAGE IN FLORIDASenate
First Purchase So Buys Meeting TuesdaY-$20,657 I made in Vienna today.
made immediately upon receipt of the further in
Berlin reports gains
Japanese ultimatum. The appeal-will 3,000 More Acresof Warrants Ordered Paid COFFEY KNOCKS OUT REICII
Flanders. Passes Bill of Great Importance -
be based upon the various treaties Land for AprilAt The British are said to be in retreat New York, May 5.-Jim Coffey, the

\8 ld agreements guaranteeing the independence and suffering heavily. Dublin giant, tonight knocked out Al. to the Suffrage

and integrity of China and Mr. J. J. Peter, of St. Joseph, Mo., the regular weekly meeting of Field General French, in his mes- Reich, of New York, in the third Leaders of the

the equal opportunity of all the pow- who has been spending several daysin the city council Tuesday much impor- sage to the British war office, admits round of the scheduled ten, at Madison -
ers. Orlando and vicinity, left yester- tant business was transacted.A the Germans have gained a footholdon Square Garden.

Telegrams have been pouring, into day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast petition of property owners to
hill number 60, southeast of Ypres, C. F. Johnson
every part of China foreshadowing: Lipe for his home in the "Show Me" open up Amelia avenue between Reel CLEAN-UP WEEK PROGRESSING I
under the cover of poisonous gases, Tallahassee 5.
Fla. May -(Special
hostilities. Japanese''authorities at 'State. Before leaving, however, Mr. street and Kentucky avenue was
the of which favored by
use were Sentinel.-The
to the senate today
An Tung, New Chwang, Chang Hun, Peter closed adeal for 3,000 acres of granted. weather conditions. Today marks the third day of the Senator Jones' bill
Che Fro;and many other centers are Orange county land, making his sec- Commissioner Johnson was given clean-up week in Orlando under the passed
shall be eligible to hold
calling in all the reservists. ond purchase of realty in this sec- power to act in the matter of laying auspices of the Woman's Civic Leagueof women
London May 5.-Contradictory reports either elective offices
or appointive
: A general mobilization is imminent. ,tion. His first purchase was 2,800 sidewalks.on Hughey street. Orlando and the Board of Trade.
continue to come from the Dar- connected with institutions of educa-
r The Pekin legation has notified all the acres of choice truck and citrus lands, Commissioner Johnson will see thata Dirt, rubbish and trash are flying.
danelles.A tion correction and vote
Japanese to prepare to leave on and his second deal was for some of grade on Colonial Drive is estab- Commissioner Robertson is about charity or to
Turkish official report reaffirms elections such .
twelve hours notice. All the govern- the very select land in the Clermont lished within the next ten days. The tuckered out carting: the refuse away, at on questions.This
that the allies making no is the for
are entering wedge woman's -
ment officials, including the inspectorate section. The deal was made throughMr. Drive will be clayed by the Dann Real but will be able to hold out until the
in their occupation of the Gallipoli which the advocatesof
F. E. Baxter the affable and Estate and the will roll ress suffrage,
of customs,receiving the warn- company end of the week; little piles of paper
ing telegrams, stating that the courteous local representative of the the street after the clay is on. peninsula. continue to burn; here and there paintis equal suffrage state will lead to
Italian developments and the Chi the final of
adoption equal suffragefor
Japanese are preparing for war. Florida Good Homes company, who Warrants to the amount of $20- I replacing: weather stains; disrepu-
situation being closely of Florida.
in the
nese-Japan are state
The ultimatum is not expected at have headquarters in the Watkins I 657.25 were ordered drawn for April. table posters and placards are being
watched.It Davis Bill SignedIn
the latest by Thursday. The Japanese block. The city treasurer's report showeda torn down from trees and houses, and
seems certain that both Italy and the house today Representative
minister may depart Friday. balance of $9,284.04 for the month in a general way the spirit has mani-
China will be brought into the war. Forthand introduced a bill providingfor
Consternation and grief is observ- NEWS FROM THE SHERIFF'S ended April 30. I fested itself to an amazing degree.
Dispatches from Pekin say thata the establishment of a staet print-
able among all the diplomats, who I OFFICE Bills and estimates to Hamilton Today will be devoted to streets and
general mobilization is imminent. ing office, and the Davis bill was
concur in the view that China has already Johnson and the Alabama Paving parking.
Count Goluchowski is due in Rome ing office. The Davis bill was signedby
I yielded the maximum and it will company for about $1,500 were or-
v Sheriff Gordon said yesterday that
special mission from the the this
today on a governor morning.
be impossible for her to retain even a ten blind tiger had been raided since dered paid.Councilman. Austrian government and is expectedto ORLANDO BOARD APPROVES
fiction of independence if made to fur- Robertson reported that TAMPA BOARD PLAN
the last term of court, three of the deliver clear statement of Aus-
the Atlantic Coast Line had removedits
there surrender. tigers pleading guilty, the others tria's intentions. President Charles P. Dow, of the
awaiting trial with sufficient evidenceto track from Hughey street as or- Orlando Board of Trade. will appointa
While official retrograa is inclinedto
I The local village election to decide
TAFT ITEMS dered by the city.M. .
convict them. There are thirty committee of three to attend the
treat the matters in Galicia with
whether bonds shall be issued to builda
culprits in jail. The circuit court will less dispatches get together meeting to be held in
more or unconcern private -
town hall and jail and clay some of
Taft May 5Mr. and Mrs.J.
Tuesday with Judge Perkins pre- 26. This is
open state that a battle of enor- Tampa Wednesday, May a
the streets, seems to be attractingvery
E. Mockett, who have been spend- siding. Two murder cases are on the mous proportions is beginning. plan of the Tampa board of trade for attention have
little though some
ing the winter in Taft, with occasional docket. Criminal court opens May Whether the German demonstrationin the commercial bodies of South Florida -
At the business session of the Or- said that they expect to "vote herstraight"
side other Florida
trips to points,
24 with docket of than
a heavy more northeast Russia is intended to to confer and co-operate for the
left last week-for their summer home lando district conference of the Meth- and vote hard.
cases. advancement of the entire section.
t. in Lynn, Mass. We regret their de- odist church yesterday G. H. York was keep reinforcements from being sent The May day festival at the college
to the southern field, or whether a proved to be interesting and a
parture as they were very desirable elected secretary of the conferenceand very

# people, but we have the assurance 56'ROOMS TO BEADDED{ C..E. Gutteridge press reporter. new offensive is being undertaken by ; COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER credit to any institution. We heard
General Hindenberg's forces remainsto
that they 'wfll be back herewith the I The following committees were appointed several remark that it displayed the

birds, or before. I : be seen.Petrograd. most "pep" and best college spirit of

f About 50 of our citizens respondedto WINTER PARK INN Sunday school-J. B. Rooney, W. J. claims the movement of TWO ORDINANCESONE anything seen here in a long time. A
the Germans has entirely failed, while
the invitations of Mrs. A. M. Bris- Daniel, E. M. Earnest. goodly number of visitors was present

tol and her consort Mayor A. M. Epworth League-L. O. Currie, W. Berlin announces that all gains are from surrounding towns and the

Bristol, last Saturday, May 1. We WORK TO START AT ONCE J. Strickland, W. O. Troutman, E. A. being held. IS FOOD AND OTHER ice cream and punch stands were so

say "consort," as Mrs. Bristol was ON IMPROVINGTHE Bradley. HEALTH ORDINANCESFOR well patronized that the supplies were

the queen and the mayor was merely "INN"Mothers' Conference Assessments W. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS THE CITY not equal to the demands. The pro-

a second fiddle handy to have around. Lawler, J. J. Anderson, K. D. Jones, ceeds were enough to send several"Y.

The occasion was the anniversary of H. Baker. National League W." girls to the summer conference -

Mrs. Bristol's 74th birthday. The af- Day Will Be Observed Recommended for Admission to Brooklyn 1, Boston 6. Action Will Not Be Taken on at Blue Ridge, N. C., and we

ternoon was spent very pleasntly and -High School Exercises Annual Conference-S. O. Grady, J. Philadelphia 2, New York 4. Either Until Public Is hope it may be of real help to all.

sociably. Singing, music, short talks -Other Winter Park B. Ley, R. H. Barnett. Chicago 5, Cincinnati 0. Informed of the Miss Irene Gurney Thoren gave her

and reminiscences, stories, etc.. inter- News Temperance and Sabbath Observance Pittsburgh-St. Louis, cold weather. Details recital last night, assisted by Mrs.

estingly filled up the time. Elegant -H. Steinback, S. A. McCook, G. American League Krause and Miss Smith.. Much of

( refreshments were served. The tables Winter'Park, Fla. May 5.-A new T. Reeves, J. T. McLain, J. M. Lord. New York 1, Philadelphia 2. Councilman Robertson introducedtwo praise is heard by those who attended.Mr. .

were loaded with nuts, popcorn, fifty-six room addition, or perhapsmore Spiritual State of Church-W. M. Boston 1, Washington 0. ordinances accompanied by a let- Barber, of Lowell, Mass., has

ice cream and lemonade continually, strictly speaking the main partof Poage, C. L. Sensabaugh, G. II. Cleveland 1, Chicago 0. ter from the president of the city' purchased the corner lot just east of :

and all help yourselves and be hap- the "Inn1? is to be finished for the Stubbs, J. H. Lee, J. S. Gardiner. St. Louis 2, Detroit 5. board of health recommending their Postmaster Denning's home and will J

py." In case any were too indolentor early winter guests. Contracts are let Quarterly Conference RecordsC.E. Federal League passage. The ordinances are entitled i build a home before next year.

diffident to help themselves, wait- and building operations will go for- Gutteridge, R. E. L. Folsom, K. K. Brooklyn 0, St. Louis 3. "An Ordinance to provide for "The "informal" meeting of the

ers wer continually passing throughthe ward at once. We understand it is Hall, J. B. Henderson. Baltimore 4, Chicago :3. the protection of foods exposed for Fortnightly club proved to be very at-

crowd to furnish "supplies. It to occupy the corner just west of the Examining Committee-S. O. Qra- Newark-Pittsburgh, wet grounds. sale in the city of Orlando," and, "An tractive as over forty sat down to a '

was a jolly, good time, and after sing- Inn and will prove a great conven- dy, S. W. Lawler, J. B. Rooney. Buffalo-Kansas City, wet grounds. Ordinance relative to the city physician -I most sumptuous banquet and joinedin

ing "God be with you till we meet ience to the guests, who were turned Licensing Committee B. Ley, S. Southern League and the board of health." the general good time which all

again" and wishing Mrs.Bristol many away this year for lack of room. W. Lawler, S. O. Grady, W. J. Strick- Little Rock 6, Memphis 4. The salient features of the food seemed to enjoy. Dr. and Mrs. Coffinare

l more happy birthdays, the visitors de- Will Observe Mothers Day land.Advocate Birmingham 4, Atlanta 1. ordinance are that fresh meat be in royal entertainers. The next

parted to their homes well pleased Mothers' day will be celebrated at Education, Books and Chattanooga 6-7, Nashville 56. cases of wire netting with glass tops, meeting of the club, the last one be-

t with an afternoon well spent. Many some of the churches. At the Meth- Periodicals-S. W. Lawler, W. M. New Orleans 3, Mobile 2. all bread in glass cases, all fruits fore the summer vacation, will be the

,. ; elegant gifts wer presented as re- odist church .a special program has Poage, J. M. Criswell, T. J. Watkins, South Atlantic League screened and glassed, all bakeries annual basket picnic at the home of ;

minders of the day and the good will been arranged; at the Congregationalchurch F. R. Sinks. Columbus 3, Savannah 1. thoroughly screened, and all fruit and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hakes, May 17. J

of their many friends.ASSESSMENTS the pastor will preach a special The following charges then reported Macon 1, Charleston 0. food must be at least twenty inches Mr. C. H. Morse is giving his per- ;

sermon appropriate for the day. as to conditions obtaining, spirit- Jacksonville 3, Augusta 2. above the sidewalks.The sonal supervision to the new golf 4

r )LEVIED ON THE High School ExercisesThe ually, numerically and financially, on Albany 11, Columbia 5. health ordinance- -: stated, that, tn e course, which, when completed, prom- i

STREETS RECENTLY sermon to the high school stu- their respective fields: Apopka, Bur- city physician should have certain I ises to be among the very best in the A :I

PAVED dents will be preached by Rev. Dr. bank, Enterprise, Frostproof, Haines ALL WAITING FOR JUNE powers, such as visiting kindergartens -i state. It will be enlarged, extended -
r _____ Douglass, the pastor, at the Baptist City, Kissimmee, Leesburg, Maitland. primary schools, to examine any I and changed from a nine to an eigh- j I
At the regular council church the 16th inst. The baccalaureate County Judge Martin did not issueas teen hole
city meetingthis or all pupils, to visit all markets, ex- course and be ready for use
week 'assessments amounting to for the college will be preachedby "THE SEATS OF THE MIGHTY"AT many licenses for marriages dur- amine food and fruit, etc., to inspectall i next falL a I

about $500 were orderd levied on President W. F. ,Blackman, at the THE GRAND ing the month of April as he did for dairies and other powers tending '

Grace and.Jlacey streets and Milwaut Congregational church, Sunday, May :I the previous month, one of the reasons to improve healthful conditions.The THE WEATHER ..

kee avenue.for paving improvements. 23. The program at the Grand today is perhaps for the falling off being board of health further recom- I

i Work on Highway quite to the usual the near approach of June, the monthof
up high standardset mended that the city purchase for the Florida: Generally fair Thursday _
A'_CHANGE IN LOCAL W. U. T. ,. .Bricks are being hauled along the for this popular house, and judg- brides. Nineteen couples applied use of the city physician a few instru- and Friday; showers in north; fair in I

i roadway from Winter Park north and ing from the title of the picture, "The for permits to be made man and wife, ments, not to cost over $400, so as to central and south portions. t !

A. G.,Vargo: of the Western Union, one crew of men_is laying bricks in Seats of the Mighfy," by Sir Gilbert eleven for whites and eight for col enable him to make a thorough milk i

will resign nexi week and leave for the north edge of Maitland. Parker, with Lionel Barrymore and ored. test. Also the city physician is to A. C. L. BUSY WITII BRUSH .1

r Detroit Mich his place will be I other famous stars, a pleasant inter- receive a salary of not less than $50 ,

filled by ,Mi .J'd ,,Shrimpton, of RIPE PEACHES ON MARKET esting and amusing time will be spent READ COMPLETE: REPORT OF per month, and that Dr. Sylvan Mc- The A. C. L. depot is undergoingthe I

Chicago. 'Mr \ : go's- many friends by all who attend. Critics have pro- COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe : Elroy be appointed city physician. In brush of the clean-up promoters. -. !t

.regret his depTipperary Ripe peaches have made their appearance nounced it the most ambitious photo regard to the ordinances and commu- .

...: 'i: in the local markets. Theyare play in America. One will cheat himself complefe official report of the nications the council moved that the WANTED-Bright, neat, high schoolboy i

bea\\ b yB.Ls"astin g not very plentiful as yet and are or herself if they fail to go and board of county commissioners appears -questions be given greater 16 or 17, can make $50 in 30 y!

Bellybands for [giaas;'15c. Curtis said, to be free from worms; that is, see how cleverly it is acted at the on page four. Read itYou I before passage and the action publicity de days. Apply 2 to 4 p. m. Thursday. :
was R. E. Lartigue, Room 15, Astor hotel
&;O'Neal,, book; music store., "vhere they have been sprayed. Grand tonight. % will find some real news in the report. I ferred. 5-6-lt i

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ij Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service jj Book Berlin Berlin.-The, to which ARTISTS Architects'the foremost Umon artists of Hoosier

1, An Unfair Attack. here belong, published today a reply I .

l Harley-Davidson Truck When foreign war vessels first went to the circular addressed to the belligerent ,

Into Chinese waters it was found that nations by the National

; FOR QUICK SERVICE the Chinese had built forts facing the Sculpture Society of New York which '
direction in which the attack was ex- protested against the destruction of i

pected to come works of art in the war zone. It is !i Spring WaterWE ,
and had left as follows: ,
i PHONE 444 their rear ex-
"We have read with interest your
i When the English circular protesting against the destruction -i ,

Good and Bad Stores first appeared of works of art. Naturally, I II
Cigar \ \ ; ,-' ',; before the Island I we agree with you from the bottomof I '

f' of Hong our hearts that the destruction of have just received a large
MIIIIIIIMilMtiMMMIillilMiilliUMIMMMtlOUR I I ; kong they founda works of art should be avoided.
a formidable for "We do not believe that any one of supply of this nice water. Ringus

tress the frowningfrom rocks the eight European nations now en- up and order a 5 gallon demi-

MOTTO : and garrisoned gaged in war would intentionally destroy '

by 7,000 Chinese or injure in any way art worksof john.IT'S .

Small Profits and Quick Returns." soldiers. The any kind.
vv English J com- "On the other hand, however, it

1 Call us on phone at any time for prices on Feeds. mander beganto may become absolutely necessary for :
look around strategic reasons to remove such art I A FINE TABLE WATER -
r Our prices are the same to one and all and you will :NOT :IO CAt BIDET COME! Tina for the best structures.
place of attack.
be met with that impertinent question, "Who is this?" While the Chinese were sleeping the "The best remedy for such practice,
i however, is to shorten the war, and in .
English circled the island and at dawn
f F THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. suddenly came upon the Chinese from this regard neutral nations can do
the rear. The orientals were thrown their part toward protecting such art City Drug

L. OeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 into wild consternation, and one offi- works by simply refusing to deliver

cer who could speak some Englishran any arms or ammunition to the bel-
out and, wildly waving a flag of "
ligerents. of
; J. L. DEAN, Graduate Pharmacy .
truce, faced the approaching: troops.
"No b'long ploper he shouted. "No
side! Must po back; come ploper :\UNIVERSITIES
Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The side!"-Youth's Companion. I
House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The \Var Began./ "
I "Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Say." In Paris Pass It On. Berlin.-While the number of men
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner Have you had a kindness shown? students registered in German uni.ersities -
and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy." Pass it on. has decreased to 48,600 I
as compared -
E' All over Belgium may be seen "The IronVomen" and even "The Eternal 'Twas not given to you alone.
F City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To Pass it on. with 55,900 in the winter of
i Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." Let It travel down the years. 913-14, the number of women students '
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has Let it wipe another's tears increased from 3,686 to 34)20.: The 14ar1t:
ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and Till in heaven the deed appears-
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of Pass it on. The rise in the number of women registered OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of Have you found the heavenly light in the universities has been
Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking"Are We Pass It on. remarkable, as but the years ago the OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that Souls are groping in the night- number reached 3 cent. of all students FRESH AND SALT MEATS
per -
leads towards "Victory. Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The Daylight gone. ,
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does Hold thy lighted lamp on high while today their participation Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
not send forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair ,of Be a star In some one's sky reaches 7.45 per cent. The women screened from the flies and kept frsb
Everything away ..
Dishonor." He may live who else would die- .. -t-
.m. Pass it on. are studying the following subjects: I '-, ,
W. S. BRANCH -Henry Burton. philosophy, philology and history. i rind pure.
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
2,012; medicine, 944; mathematics and I
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE An Awful Possibility. natural history, 691; political science, everything in the Meat Line. i
Breathlessly be rushed Into the bar-
ber His hat collar and necktie 123; science, of the law, 62; dentistry,
shop. H. N L Self & Co.
f were off In a trice and be sprang Into 66; pharmacy, 16; and evangelical

the chair over which old Fritz pre theology, 12. pHONE NO. SO PINE STREET

sided."I .
f want a shave and a hair cut, andI
have only fifteen minutes," be said.
Dr. S. S. Jones
Old Fritz stopped to consider. Aftera
few seconds he asked:
Three Moderate "Vitch do you vant the most?** CHIROPRACTOR

"A shave." graduate Davenport College, 17 and
The shave took about eleven min 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
t Priced Cottages utes. 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
As Fritz removed the towel from h13customer's being restored to health by chiro-
I practic adjustments, the scienceof
. neck be said: new t.

s F r For Sale'or to Rent "barber Ilne friend to cut don't your nefer hairs and again shafe aska removing free.the cause of disease.12- 4-1mo Examination SHEET METAL CO.

you In fifteen minutes, pecause some
time you might find a barber vat
, would do It.-Youth's Companion. PHONE 646 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
} ,
For Cadillac
Eight Cylinder
k A Substitute For Bread. and Rubber RoofingsCornices
r An amusing anecdote Is told of Lord FIRST CLASS REP AIRIXC.
Cardigan. a British general who fought
! C.A.HOVEY in the Crimean war when a coalitionof BARNARD & SON Skylights. Heating. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
3 England .France Turkey and Sardinia -
3k fought Kusfeia. Cardigan was a 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
. choleric old general, whose bursts of 12-10-lm Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

temper were a constant dread of all '
his subordinates in tbe army.It .
once happened says Novellen- Orlando Wood Yard -
Schatz, that provisions for the troopsran
t t very short. In fact the army almost .
r faced a famine. One morning Removed from Pine St. two blocks
;: when tbe general appeared for break-
north on Railroad, west end Washington -
fast the cook came before him and
'r said In a troubled tone. "Pardon me. St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat The Orlando Meat Market
your lordship. I have set the table In all times. ,
the dining tent as usual but there ,
llarnmond&Qore Isn't any bread! T. A. YANCY, Manager
"No bread?" roared: the generaL

"Why didn't you buy some?" B. W. KINGSLEY Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
"There Isn't be had. The
any to ,
cook.stores are all run out." replied the PHONE 344 Florida and Western Meats

VALUES LOW PRICES "Well don't stand there like a bloom-
ing idiot! Why under the sun don't \ Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

COMPARE you get me some toast?' Dr.F.;: F. ThompsonDENTIST Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order .

OUR FURNITUREWe An American Seeing woman a Joke.made the as- i Business 135 'P. O. BOX 226
1 PHONES { and Church St.
1 cent Vesuvius recently with a small Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave.
113 S. Ave., Curtis &
party, which Included Mrs. Cook, widow Orange over .
provide the quality i of furniture that has long of the famous tourist manager. O'Neals.

been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the The display: within the crater was Unusually
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. I fine, which the Americans at

It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca "t make dinner attributed to the presence of

this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof Mrs. Cook. After several moments of

1 this business, and that means much to any buyer. 1 silence two Englishmen exclaimed in
one breath, "But how could they man Pure Ice Creat11.When
---- -- -- -- -- -- -------- age that?" .

McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, A Surprised Deputy.A .

Ave. and Church number of years ago the United
Cor. Orange St.. Orlando. Fla. ACAREY
States marshal of western Pennsylvania -
sent a warrant to one of his deputies you want PURE ICE For Party +

iF i I who was stationed in a back county CREAM call for HAND'S. If

.! for the arrest of a counterfeiter. take Club
you don't believe that we
The deputy knew the man and treated
''I him considerately. When they reached the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from Church Social
Pittsburgh the necessary papers and watch
facture come up us
tested All
I tubercular cows.
were not at hand to commit the prisoner -
make it. You will be surprised School 1 Social 1
HANDFUNERAL i to jail. The deputy would not take cans, moulds and everything
him to a hotel because he would have at the care every detail is given.
to pay the bill out of his own pocket. I used in the manufacture of our Lodge
So he took him to the marshal's officeto I Any kind you want, any time .
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
DIRECTOR pass the nisht there. The deputywas you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder .

sleepy and the counterfeiter said from a quart up. ized._ __ ,
AND:EMBALMER he was. So the deputy handcuffed his ?
prisoner to himself and lay down on You are cordially invited to Hands Pure ,

the floor beside the steam register. As inspect our factory at any
soon as the deputy was asleep the
Ice Cream
counterfeiter took bis keys from his time.
All calls answered Promptly Dayor pocket, unlocked the manacle and fas-
tened the loose end to the register.
Night. Hand Block. Then he took the deputy's watch and
what money he had and departed.
"Where is your prisoner?" asked the HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
Orlando Florida.PHONE639. marshal the next morning awakeningthe
; deputy. I
"Doesn't that beat all?" he replied as'

RESIDENCE PHONE 457, be tugged at his handcuff and bruised PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
his wrist. "Darned If 1 don't believe
I he's gi' me tbe slip' f

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good, clean enjoyment in ] liMIIIIIMMIMIMttMtHIIMMtllMIIIIMMIMMttlMIMMMMIIIiMltlllMM ?
A succession of parties abundance.1

Mrs. C. at the homes of the ]' f

4 : -. ,. an and alternated with motor boating, auto- ,
.. ielt for their ing ano hay rides given by the young
,- --- ---- - i.vuerty nere Thursday
:.\ home in Chicago, after a visit with men. I I
< 'FRUIT TAPIOCA PU'DDING: her sisters, Misses Frances and Billy The Pine Castle board of trade has :

\ I'JOcA I* a cheap, wholesome I called a meeting of all the citizens of :

t.ati, t '- and wbwu Itrulot TiT verved dell- May.Mr.. A. N. Crutchfield, of Graceville, : Pine Castle thing within one mile of '

: \, _three clous formsjthr t cll(1. flakd.I H may tbe be pearl bad and In Fla.., arrived here last week, rejoining ,, the school building for next Saturday I THE BIG STORE

.- the granule, it is c-uoWed mucft like the* his wife, who has been here for some : evening, May 8, 7:30, in the Parrish I I
breakfast cvreak.'lapiooi time visiting her mother, Mrs. N. T. : House, for the purpose of discussing
U a nutritious starch secured HanseL i:the subject of the incorporation of
from the robt or a tropical plantIt :Mrs. A. Smith and son, David, left I l Pine Castle. Every citizen is urgedto

makes delirious puddings especially lit Friday for their home in Tampa after attend and you are invited to give (

combination with _fruit visiting with relatives here for the I I your ideas and opinions of the mat-
With Hard Sauce.
past two weeks. i
Apple and Tapioca Pndd1ng.-Take a Miss Billy May left Monday for presiding elder of this district

capful ot tapioca and soak for two Tampa and other points in the southwestern preached here Saturday morning; but
boors In water enough to cover It.
part of the state, where she left Saturday afternoon to meet his
Bare a deep bake disb and lay in It
side by side apples that nave been will visit among relatives and friends.Mr. other appointments.The .
pared and ('<.rea. Then pour a cupful and Mrs. W. T. Livengood left Baptist church building is near-

of boiling water over the apples put Tuesday for their home at Charleston ing completion and will soon be

4 the cover on tilt disb and let cook tn W. Va., after spending the win- opened for services. Saturday evening -
,the oven til: apples are tender. Then ter here. I a social will be given at the homeof

drain tilt water off the fruit. leaving Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Ingham left Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tanner by
t- apples still'in the baking: dish and fill PEW IAL L FFERING!
the core cavities with granulated sug Thursday for Eastern and Northern the Baptist Ladies' Aid Society.

r ar. Squeeze a few drops of lemon points, having spent the winter
".I* Juice on curb apple. Now pour the among
soaked tapioca over and around the Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Goodwill and '

fruit Bake for about au bour Serve Mrs. D. Sheldon are scheduled to Windermere, Fla., May 4.-Mrs. J.

hot with band future. leave here"Tuesday of next week for C. Palmer and Mrs. H. C. Luff spent FOR

Served With Cream. their respective homes in Ashtabula, Tuesday in Orlando shopping.Mrs. .
Peach 'lafilora l' ddlflg. Drain the Wm. G. Geier and Mrs. A. H.

sirup from n plut eau ol peaii-lies and Ohio.Mr.. Thos. Eveleth, of Orlando, Stafford spent Monday in Orlando.
lay the fruit in n buttered baking dish.
spent a few days recently at the homeof The Windermere Improvement com-
To tile sirup udd bulling water to make
Mr. C. H. Hoffner. are erecting a attractive
pany very
a pint Into this stir one-naif tea
t spoonful salt and one-third cupful of Miss Esther Roberts, of Drennen, office on Main street.
any variety ot quick rooking tapioca. spent Sunday with Miss Myrtle Macy. Mr. A. Hagerty and Mr. R. E. Kline Thursday Friday

Cook over hot water until tbe tapioca Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hansel, of Win- were in Orlando Monday on business.

la transparent Add Juice of bait or ter Park were here over Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and Miss 4

whole lemon. Turn the tapioca over and Mrs. L. L. Scott left Tues- Martin, of Winter Garden, were vis-
the fruit In the baking disb. Let bake
day for the East Coast where they itors at Rossmore Inn last week.
about fifteen minutes. Serve bot with
thin cream. will spend the greater part of the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Mr. H.

summer. C. Luff and Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Williams -
Piled With Meringue. and
j Tapioca Poddlng.-Take two Sunday after Sunday school and visited in Orlando last Friday. Saturday

on Tula ot pearl tapioca and preaching service a few of our young The waterways committee of the
hot water to cover until the people, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. board of trade are making very sat- .

i absorbed.! Place the tapiocable Wm. Wigman, enjoyed dinner in the isfactory progress in their work of
boiler With a pint of milk Aden grove. Those of this pleasant clearing the channels between the
half cupful ot sugar a pinch of dinner party partaking of the good lakes.
. cook until the tapioca Is soft Mr. Wm. G. Geier who has
things prepared the day before and pur-
isparent Add the beaten yolksggs.
cook two or three minutes spread in the shade of the majesticoaks chased a building lot on the peninsula,
.bkrkens like boiled custard and on the bank of beautiful Lake is having same cleared, preparatoryto

.m the Ol'& Add the white of Conway were the_plisses Hallie Han- erecting a home this summer. Last week set a high-water mark of valuesin
beaten to a foam and a bait sel, Stella Harris and Loradele Phil- Mr. II. E. Doty, of Cleveland, Ohio,

tint of orange extract. Thena lips, and the Messrs. James Funk, Eu- has bought three lots on Butler ave- the BIG STORE'S Week-end Sale that is
glass ire a couple of sliced sweet Fred Kubacb; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Han I fenced and improved for building
Beat the whites ot two eggs not easy to reach. Hundreds of women who
sel and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigman.Mr. I purposes.
iff meringue with two table-
la of sugar. Flavor ligbtly with and Mrs. Wm. Wigman will Several automobile parties from their
bought counting purchases
and pile up on the pudding give a party Friday evening at their Orlando were guests at Rossmore Inn are now as

l cool oren until the meringue! home for the young people of the vil- last Sunday, enjoying boat rides on
rises and turns brown. lage. Mr. and Mrs. Wigman are ;I the lakes, and the cooling breezes of the best Bargains ever bought in this city.

prime favorites with the young folks Lake Butler, from the screened ve-
haJt' ,/ and they are planning entertainmentsfor randas of the Inn. But this week's sale will equal last week's in I

the rather dull summer months, in
,- order that our young people can have All round money getters-want ads. the remarkable values we are giving.


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FRIED PARSNIPS. LINEN. Ladies' Trimmed Hats, sizes 8 Yz to 2, regular $2

yards wide, beautiful de- values up to $7.50 for and $2.50; quality for
DINNER MENU. signs, 75c. quality for
Cream of Celery Soap. N vIfYQ4A'L.QAl7 $1.39CHILDREN'S
BroUed Ham. 49c $3.98LADIES'
Parsnip Frttters.scalloped
Lettuce Salad SOXFancy
S Bread and Buttea RICE CLOTH PARASOLS colors, sizes 4 to 7,
Apple Pudding. 'bdn'31 Plain white, very popular I
regular 25c.
in for
Coffee. 25c. quality white, hemstitched and quality
this season,
I for embroidered, slightly 15c

HEl rank last which parsnip soiled, values up to $2.50
T 15c
sometimes nave may be eliminated for
by adding other Ingredients LADIES' HOSE SUPPOR
One way tt to chop them add Different--- RATINE. 98cCHILDREN'S TERS

floor and beaten egg yolks and Cry. Plain and fancy weaves, Silk, all colors, 50c. quali
ways of frying parsnips are
here suggested all colors, 75c. and $1.00 DRESSESSplendid ty for

Flavored With Ham or Bacon. and as much better as it is differentLess quality for line, all sizes, 25c
Boiled Floored Parsnips.-Boll and 44c
value for
slice the balved parsnips lengthwisedip gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less $1.50

each slice In melted .butter dust skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. BATH TOWELS 98cLADIES' BAKER'S COCOA, half lb.
with and salt and dredge with
flour. Fry in bam -and bacon drippings These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. Pure Bleached, good size cans, special for

4 with butter in about equal pro They are assured by mechanical laws. and weight, 15c. quality GOWNS 20c

portions. Some put a little sugar In
the butter in whlcb the slices are dip.. Read the Five Leading Oakland lOc Made of a good quality of

ped to add to the sweetness. In that Fine Nainsook lace and BEST HEAD RICE,
one must be governed by one's taste.
MEN'S SHIRTS embroidery trimmed Extra 11
BelowEvery special, pounds
Parsnip Fritters.-Boil some parsnips Superiorities
Splendid new line, neat design for
until tender and then cut Into long. 50c
coat styles. $1.50
narrow strips. Make a batter by mix
feature works towards a definite .
economy- quality for $1.00MATTRESS
ing flour with tbe yolks of two eggs
that baTe been well beaten. Add pep- maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with
per and salt and gradually a cupful of low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, $1.23 REDFERN CORSETSThe

water till U is absorbed; then add the ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. only. real whale bone :

\ whites of'tbe eggs beaten to a stiff Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's PILLOW TOPS corset on the market, $3 Full size, made of pure
;, froth. When mixed thoroughly add a real road test-and decide. white coton $7.50
Made of .Burlap, .fancy $1.00, $5.00 and $6.00 quality
the parsips to the batter. Dip out onelr.
The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and for
at a time in a spoonful of batter and sixes patterns, 35c. quality for values all at just . .
Speeders Roadsters and
: Touring Cars-$1100 tv
fry In boiling lard. $1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. 25c Half PriceMEN'S $4.79UXDER'VEAR
Cooked In Frying Basket I il

Parsnip Bails.-Take one pint of MOTOR COMPANYPontiac BARGAINSFor
boiled and add two tablespoonfuls
:Misses and Children,
of butter a bait teaspoonful MichiganJ. :\ ade.of
I of them slightly a good quality
of salt a little pepper and two tablespoonfuls some Black and Tan Oxfords,
of cream. Mix together and soiled, ?_aC.- and 35c. qua Ii Khaki cloth, $1.39 qualityty
Baker lasts, $-1.00 quality for
stir OD tbe fire until the mixture bubbles I for
Take from the fire and before it
Jr. Agent 98c
cools add one well beaten egg. When I II lOc $2.79
cold make Into balls about bait tbe I
size of an egg. Dip into beaten egg. FLORIDA
then Into breadcrumbs. Put In the fryIng .
1-Great Strength
basket and fry to a pale brown in
boiling lard. with light weight.

Fried Par-in Strlps.-The parsnips 2. Motor
-High Speed
should be paredLet them lie for fifteen
$ with great power.
minute in cold water; then drain

and ciHik in boiling water from one to 3-Low center of YowollDuckworth's Co
three (tours. When cold cat Into strips of gravity with usual '- t
lengthwise and fry In butter. If preferred road clearance. o jl {,
they may be dipped In batter
before frying. Cold parsnips left over Flying wedge I 1

from a previous day's dinner may be Lines with least wind tl
used In this way resistance. "
Largest Store. "Quality Did It. ;I

5-E c o n o m y with O 0 I
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South Florida SentinelMORNING

". JZ. GLENN .....AND......WEEKLY......n..Eclitel'w. person of intelligence ..
10 A. M. 1915.
4 .
May that the Davis bill will .
C. ESSIS'GTON .... .BuiincM Manager preve i \, .
; Board met, pursuant to adjourn- men in Florida from drinkin 1
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando FlorIda ment. Present, Chairman Overstreet, damnation whiskey. Thous -<., .. .
as Second Class Mail Matter. l ,
Commissioners Dillard Brown, Sweet continue to drink it and co r

SUBSCRIPTION. RATES $5.00 and Starbird. spend money for it that ou, ..,.; --
Dady.7. 6 1 Months Year :::::::::::::::::::::: Following bonds as notaries public spent for food and clothingand

Dally S Months ...................... 1-25 .
Daily. 1 Month ...u.....un...._..._ .60 approved: children. No person < -

t Weekly. 1 Year ............--........ **.g James Thompson; sureties, O.V.. gence supposes that the nr .- ; i j 1 .
Leake and B. Z. Snowden. business in the state will d;
3 11 11I
ADVANCETO Donald G. McKay; surety Fidelity cause of the law. But it is d.

r ADVERTISERS: and Deposit Co. of Maryland. that no person of intelligent

Robert L. Betts; surety, Fidelityand that there is one-tenth as m
for display and all other hand-set
advertising Bint .. hande in at the business Deposit Co. of Maryland. key drunk in Orlando as t I 1'!:. i t
office. .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Letter from Dr. Miller county phy- under the saloon regime. I s1111 'f '
the day before publication. This role applies : .t t4M .
t. changes for contract advertising: it I. sician of Seminole county, in refer- true of Orlando is true of i i1 ir : ; "
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. ence to care of said to be of I .
paupers state. Therefore when the .9 > 3

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued Orange county, received and read, and editors of the TimesUnionpa -. .. ..:. ? :: ; -, :
.should notify the office in writing on upon motion matter referred to Mr. Tribune that the res
the date of expiration otherwise it will be say ..- ... ,. ..
continued at th! regular subscription rates. Overstreet. Davis bill will be to increas 'u. -
4 -
until.notice to atop is received. f fI fS. : 'i ..
Telephone Nasab ...................... t* Communication from W. L. Tildenin sumption of intoxicants in : f_ .1 ;:. "" : 1.13 i *. .
reference to having the assessment they are knowingly handin 1111 .
- '"-- --
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915. paid by him into the county treasury twentieth century brand of I

when the primary election was held hibition sophistry. .

The fact that two of the prizes in his office being by appointment.- -- .! ;':.. F. -- : .S tor"..,.. '
the Sentinel contest were wo.n by ladies on motion it was ordered that a war- We like President Dow of o 't' -: : _: a ti 1

should be noted by those who ad- rant be drawn in favor of Mr. Tilden
of Trade
as a presiding <
vocate that ladies have not enough for $45 that being the amount of his ;- -
cause he dispatches business and does : ----r"nce-J.\ItUUCItU-
brains to vote intelligently. assessment. not allow long and useless discussionover :

Letter from H. C. Robertson city matters of minor importance. Ifa S.G.Dolive&Son 1 I. 11An 11-

Tomorrow is "paint and whitewash commissioner, requesting that team- member has anything to say on a

day" with the Civic League ladies. ster be paid $1 for carrying pauperto subject worth consideration he has

Probably refers to the ladies' faces as county home; upon motion it was the floor. Matters that do not require Real Estate and Insurance

. well as the premises. But it does not ordered paid. discussion are promptly referred to
refer to the faces of young ladies and Letter from R. E. Kline in reference the proper committee. President Dow ORLANDO, FLORIDA unprecedented opportunity *

girls. By the way, "Isn't it awful to the condition of the Gotha evidently believes with Pope that- 3 West Pine, Second Floor to secure all your

Mabel?" to see a young lady or fif- Windermere road received and "Words are like leaves, .
read. Letter from A. F. Thompsonin .:. .. -: .,. needs for
teen year old girl come on the street And where they much abound .
with her otherwise pretty face liter- reference to the condition of the Much fruit of sense beneathIs

ally plastered over with white powder Gotha and Windermere road received rarely found." 1 "Commencement"SATURDAY

and red paint? Wonder if they really and read.

think they look better or if they imagine Messrs. Glenn, Reese and Holbrook,

everybody they meet does not I representing the Board of Trade, in ,

know they are whitewashed? reference to the Dixie highway, appeared -

o before the Board. Upon- motion ]
Mr. Overstreet selected
was as a
delegate to the convention to be held
in Chattanooga May 20, 1915, in be- TUURSDAY fRIDAYI
Remove the capital from Tallahassee '
half of the Dixie highway.S. ,
to Orlando or Jacksonville, and
B. Hill mayor of Maitland appeared -
everybody east of the Suwanee and
before the Board in referenceto
south of the Withlacoochee will be
the route of the public road at
happy.-Punta Gorda Journal.No .
Lily lake on the OrlandoMaitlandroad.
not for Gainesville e
Matter to be taken up with the
Ocala, St. Augustine and other places
attorney of the Board.
will never forgive the lucky town.
Petition of Geo. L. Lowry, A. II.
Tallahassee Record.
Willett et al., for a public road, received -
Just leave Ocala off that list, if
and laid over under the rules.J. .
you please; this town doesn't carry C. Johnson appeared before the FOR RENT AND SALEThe NO.1Embroidery

grudges. And, by the way, who gave I Board in reference to the condition of
leave to speak for of them?
you any
the road from Formosa to the Orlandoand
-Ocala Star.Orlando Special
Apopka road. Subject matter referred -
has a nice little plot of to the superintendent of roads Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America

ground, beautiful trees, sparkling and A
lakes and grand environs all ready bridges. Street. Lot 67V-.x332. House is modern and contains 3,000 Yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges .
Petition of J. H. Gregory, E. O.
for the capital. Bring it on, every- Roper et al., for road, heretofore laid seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and and Insertions, in widths from 2'/2 to

body's happy in this town.A over under the rules, was taken up, bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. 27 inches, worth up to 65c. yard.

o and upon motion petition was grantedas Thursday, Friday and Saturday, yard, .
WORD FOR TilE prayed.

SCHOOL TEACHERS. Upon motion it was ordered that

As the Orange county schools closeit the comptroller be requested to allow i 10 Gents
is timely' to pay tribute to the the redemption of tax certificates Nos.

school teachers. In the hollow of 629 630 631, 646 647 648 657, 658,

their hands they hold the future, of 659, 671, 672, 673 and four-fifths of

the boy and girl. The boys and girls 686, of the year 1912, covering lots in S. Y. WAY "

leave home for school at six years of Taft at the flat sum of $25 not including -

age. From six to eighteen years is clerk's costs within 60 days

the critical formulative period when on account of excessive tax. Insurance and Real Estate Agent .
character is moulded and intel- The following bids for culverts were NO.2Embroidery

lect is strengthened and broadened. presented: The Good Roads Machin-

The teacher's influence is immense.It ery Co., Dixie Culvert and Metal Co., PHONE 172

can either make or destroy a boyor and the Florida Metal Products Co. Special

girl, especially a boy. There are The bid of Florida Metal ProductsCo.

no boys or girls being destroyed in being the lowest and most satis-
1,500 Yards 45 inch Swiss Embroidery
Orange county. Efficient teachers factory, upon motion duly seconded
have promoted learning, raised moral the bid of the Florida Metal ProductsCo. Flouncing, in Voiles and Sheer Swisses,

standards increased inspiration, bet- was unanimously accepted.A worth up to $2.50 yard.

tered manners and deportment. The large delegation from West Or- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, yard,
Orlando public schools are directed by ange appeared before the Board in

an efficient corps of instructors. The reference to hard surfacing the road

enrollment in the city schools showsan from the terminus of the Orlando and

increase of eight per cent. over Oakland brick road to the Lake coun- 49 Centsr

last year, as noted several weeks ago. ty line a distance of about 21-4

Secure the best teachers available and miles. Upon motion it was ordered
give unto "Young America" the thor- that the county build this road as a

ough training of experienced men and sand oil road. -

women and the future citizenry of Upon motion it was ordered that
Every hint from Head to Footin. -
Orlando Orange county and the stateis the comptroller be requested to allow

assured.S. the redemption of tax certificate No. Dru
o 442 of 1908 and all subsequent un- a

O. S. AND THE paid taxes at the flat sum of $5 not W1)
Hair Tonic t1AIRto
LOCAL S. P. C. A. including clerk's costs, on account of

excessive tax, within 60 days, property TONI
Sometimes animals crawling '!
we see 1
of Conoley & Overstreet. ; :
creeping struggling along the Bunion r!
Upon reading the county physician's -
streets hitched to dilapidated antiquated I
report, the following resolutionwas /
vehicles with four wheels anda passed and a copy of the actionof For the balance of this week, we will give,
hump tobacco chewing
driver with a gnarled stick in his the Board mailed to lions. Newton with every purchase of a pair of Boots or ..l

and Griffin, requesting them to intro- Shoes pair of 50c Silk Hose.
hands attempting to get speed out of a pure
duce a bill having for its purpose the
the quadruped commonly known as a
benefit of the feeble minded of the
horse. The driver knows that the
state. FREE
poor spirit of the beast is fast fleeing
The reports of the following
and that its days on earth are num-
officers were read: Superintendent
bered. Yesterday we felt like send-
county home, treasurer
to state and
ing in an S. O. S. call to the localS. .
county, receipts, superintendent roads
P. C. A. A drooping emaciated '
and bridges county physician
horse stood in front of the Sentinel county m
agricultural advisor, polls collected,
office. Improper treatment poor food licenses, sheriff to state, Februaryand
and inattention had transformed that
March tax redemptions, and auditors -
one time spirited and dashing horse financial statement. DICKSON YES CO. M

into a pitiful creature so devoid of '

energy as to be unable to wiggle its
tail or raise its head. It was afraidto CARD OF THANKSMr.

stamp its foot because it would Get it
have lost equilibrium and fallen to and Mrs. A. J. Mosteller tender .D P ARTMENT STORE.

the hot pavement. We wondered what their sincere thanks to all of the kind MERCK'SWe .. .

load would be placed in the wagon. friends and neighbors for all of their

Anxiety was mitigated when an old favors and kind deeds so graciously ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

mattress was tossed in the cart, and bestowed during the sickness and are the nearest drug store The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy

slowly, almost uncannily the abused death of our father, Rev. A. S. Tatum. PHONE 68MEROK'S of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise I

horse walked away with a mercifully May the Supreme Ruler of the Uni- at right prices j jE

light load. verse richly reward each and every : PFrARM.A.CY'THE : :
of is
one you our prayer.

f The want acL's the thing. MR. AND MRS. A. J. MOSTELLER. I REXALL STORE /


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,Q.' .v... <"_-( i....; visit our store and glorious display of jewelry and
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"!' ',J", 3. k' : g'tr.; : I precious stones.
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'Ice 1018 i
this week in Leesburg, the opening rs-.Joseprr iumby Jr.,-was- Lionel Barrymore and other ___ I
tess at a pretty party Tuesday 1 (! HERE
which held Tues-
program of was on
day night, was presided over by the noon, .entertaining in honor of :hOS-l famous stars. -. -. --- in selecting wall paper for your I

president, Sister Esther Carlotta. Antoinette Slemons who will be Lucerne I home. Our stock contains all the lat-
ried in the early of June to Critics it the most
Annie Coleman Chapter, of this part pronounce i est designs in such a varied assortment

city, yesterday sent over four dele- John sonville.Skillman Arnold, Jr., of Jack ambitious photoplay in America. TODAY I i that you are sure to find just

t gates. They were the local chapters' the kind you have been looking for.
president Miss Mary Robinson, Mrs.J. Come in and see our offering and get
N. McElroy, Mrs. A. G. Branham, The second of the series of subscription SIX BEAUTIFUL PARTS our prices. You'll be interested.
and Mrs. J. T. Fuller. The first reg- dances by the Country Club will "THE DISAPPEARANCE OF '

ular session of the convention was be given Thursday evening, May 6, HARRY Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
held yesterday morning, and the pro- at 8:30 o'clock, under the manage- WARRINGTON"A
of the house 205 S. Orange Avenue:
ment committee which
gram planned will continue throughout special com
consists of DeWitt Miller, William
today and Friday.On RHAN Phone 261.
the Beardall and Mrs. Seth Woodruff. plete in two parts. COLEMAN &
Wednesday evening Mate
Historical Society held a meeting. The -0- r
The 10 cents 20 centsCLEAN
regular monthly meeting of
program for this had been arrangedby
the state historian, and included the Woman's Relief Corps will meet "GREEN BACKS AND RED
at the home of Mrs. L. F. Brigham,
valuable Thurs-
many original papers. SKINS"A
day evening will be the official reception Thursday, May 6, 1915. WRIGHT SEED COMPANY

I to the state president by the Mrs. Laura L. Allen, secretary. Lubin Comedy. .

Hostess chapter. Some time during
r the convention the city of Leesburgwill ADDITIONAL LOCALSDr. I "CLEAN-UP WEEK"t

give an open air entertainmentin "ON THE ALTAR OF LOVE"
the flies.
Use Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up
honor of the visitors. and Mrs. C. E. Annable, who i
A Vitagraph Drama. I Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.
have been spending the past month i in t tf
International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.
Orlando, returned to their home in
AUGUSTA WRIGHT N. Y. UP AT McELR01"SPIiARJIACY Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augustine -
Waverly, on Monday. They
I Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal
Bachelor Girls were much pleased with the City REELS
were yesterday
and Sudan Grass Dasheens.
Beautiful and
afternoon most charmingly enter contemplate making
tained by Miss Augusta Wright. their permanent home here in the The clean-up movement was inaug

There were three tables of players, near future. urated yesterday at McElroy's pre- FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS '
mier pharmacy. The steel ceiling is

Mrs.guest Thos.prize,B.two Brodwater pretty crepe winning de chine the Mr. G. J. Denton, a former memberof being redecorated, new screens arebeing BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

handkerchiefs, and Miss Alma DeLa- the Orlando police force, but who installed and other preparationsare
J is now making his home in Kissim- being made to meet the heavy
ney won the club prize, a dainty! work
basket. Delicious salad and cream ]mee, spent yesterday in this city min- :summer business. .

course was served. Those present J gling business with pleasure. Mr. I
were Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater, Mrs. Denton still looks upon this place as TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
David Rogers, Miss Benner, Miss Alta 1 home and in order to keep in touch FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM fl. O'NEAL ,

Wright, Miss Malone, Mrs. Gordon with things in this section is a daily FOR SALE-One or two fine lake

Wright, and the Misses Lillian Smith, reader of the SentineL .. front lots for sale, on Great Con-
way lake. Good shore, high site. Established 1886
Alma DeLaney, Mayme Thornton, Address "High Site," Sentinel office. .
Elizabeth Branham, Vida Miller, Au- Mr. Albert Hoefs and daughter, 5-6-6t
gusta Wright and Jean Person. The Beatrice, left yesterday over the Atlantic -

club will be entertained next week by Coast Line for their summer FURNISHED ROOMS for light house-
Miss Lillian Smith. Mrs. Brodwaterwill home in Portage, Wisconsin. Mrs. keeping, or room and board, in pri- CURTIS & O'NEAL
vate family; terms reasonable. 10
who has enjoyed the in
entertain the club Friday in honor season Gould street, or apply Sentinel.
of Miss Augusta Wright. Orlando with her husband and daughter 5-6-6t

/I. -0- went north two weeks ago. They INSURANCE LOANS
MRS. HADEN have passed a delightful season here WANTED PARTNER with $300 cash,
and will return in the falL to travel in moving picture business -
WAS HOSTESS.Mrs. Big money and chance to trav-
Algernon Haden was hostess el. Pleasant work. Have complete REAL ESTATE RENTALS ,
yesterday at a delightful auction AT THE ROOF GARDEN TONIGHT outfit and plenty of booking. Address -
F. B. Lucas, Arcade hotel.
bridge party. There were eight ta- 5-6-3t.
"Saved by Dream" is
a a big feature -
bles of players, the tables being arranged '
on today's program at the Roof
on ute verandas and pretty i larden. This WANTED-Lady, with niece 13 years
interior of the residence. The house two reel feature is a old, wants board in country, or
was prettily decorated in beautifulroses modern drama which calls for strong country town, for the summer. Desire
acting, by several of the popular photo place where niece can assist with the
and exquisite pansies. A cream care: of children or light work. Surroundings
play artists, it is clever in and -
course was served, Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. full must be pleasant. Address, For Sale
Remsen and Mrs. Graham assisting in of tense situations. "Lady," care Sentinel, giving full par-
Henry Baggot, in the "Street of ticulars. 5-6-3t"
serving. Punch was served, Mrs.
Bourne presiding over the punch bowL Make Believe," is an interesting com- House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price
edy and brim full of a series of laugh- i--
Mrs. McEwan won first prize, second
able experiences. The Animated Weeky

honors riet Miller were,..and captured third by prize Mrs.fell Har-to l Happenings will be shown tonight.It -. $4500.00. A bargain.

Miss Harden. -0- portance.The will display. the recent news of im- ROOf 6ARDNTO [

service at the Roof Garden is
TWENTIETHCENTURY receiving favorable comment from -

CLUB. patrons and is drawing large houses.DR. DAY
The Twentieth Century Club was
entertained yesterday afternoon by RODNEY'S POWERFUL AD-
Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., and the readingof DRESS
Queen Mary was continued. Four-
teen club members were present and "SAVED BY A DREAM"A
The district conference of the DO YOUR SHARETO
\ light refreshments were served. The Methodist church, Orlando district, Society Drama complete in
next meeting of th club will be with
was opened Tuesday
evening, May 4,
)Irs. S. A. Robinson, May 19. with 2 parts.
a powerful sermon by Dr. Roo-
-o- from the text found
.. ney in the first
SOCIETY NOTESOF chapter of Colossians and twenty-
INTEREST.Mr. fourth verse, "And to fill that whichis Make Orlando More

and Mrs. Braxton Beacham and behind of the afflictions of Christ.'"
daughter, Miss Norma, expect to His theme was the sacrificial life. To "KING BAGGOT IN THE Beautiful

leave Orlando Saturday on the mid live the life of a Christian means that STREETS OF MAKEBELIEVE"
night train with Atlanta as their first we must sacrifice for the service of

stopping point. After a short visi Christ. There is no other way to live<

in the Gate City, Mrs. Beacham and the Christian life. The spirit of the A brilliant and wholesome com- PAINT UP and CLEAN UPThe
Miss Norma will go to New York city, sermon could not help but touch the
.enjoying side trip in their touringcar hearts of every one present. edy.
to points of interest in the East

"ti and visiting the fashionable' resortsin CLOSING OUT SALE whitest of white Paint, and the best
the North. Mr. Beacham will attend -

.;... to important business matters in Jumbo pie peaches ---------__10c. "ANIMATED WEEKLY" of "Clean Up" Tools at
Pie apples, per can ____ ,
several places in Georgia before ------- <:
re Florida syrup, per gallon ----5Oc.: Happenings of the World.
,s.turning.. home. Rosedale peaches, 2 for ----___25 G
Tomatoes, 3 for ---------____ Hardware Store on the Corner
Next Sunday evening at the First Toilet paper, lOc., 3 for -_ 2 se. THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE
Methodist the Southern Toilet paper, 5c., 6 for ----;.-_-25 .
Club College Argo starch, 6 for ----_+_____25c. I CITY
Music led by Dr. James C. Rubbed sage, 3 for ----__ ____25c.
, McLean, vocal director of the school, Rubbed sage, small size, 6 for____25c. 10 cents 5 cents
t assisted by the local choir, will ren Lenox soap, 6 for --__________25c. JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S
Catolen, medium size
der "The Crucifixion." At the morn ------
Prices for cash only.
ing hour Dr. McLean will sing an of MODEL GROCERY

.1 .:fertory appropria to Mothers' Day. Orange Ave. Admission Free until 6.30 pan.

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f; -Ladies';-misses'-and children's shoes,
Lake'Site former price up to $4.00; your choice
SENTINEL now at $1.00, at Boardman's sale. um Titr
Also a lot of men's and women's
shoes in values up to $6.00, Banis-
ters, now being sold at $2.00 for your
WANTSThe choice. Don't forget the place .w-
j BOAllDMAN'S. 5-5-3t
DoctorsBiicknmsfer f
Morning Sentinel Want i
Directory is the Greatest Want & Brundage "
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLATTDORoyal ,

L Terms Cash in Advance. OSTEOPATHS
136 acres with beautiful fron Personal instruction under Dr. Still

t tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day RATES______________23t; at Kirksville, Mo. Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
132 S.
Orange Ave.
For Three Days ____________50c<< above Peoples
f 15 per acre. For Six Days -______________75c National Bank. Phone 578.DON'T .
For One Month ____________$2.50 -.- --- j
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of II l 11
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- WORRYIf
sertion.If .
See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- BELIEVE IN
counts opened by telephone will be '
payable the following day. YCLEAN
you are disappointedabout

Every Home-Every Business Eas- .'
getting a new
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Man has use for a ter Suit UP WEEK r
Sentinel Want Ad. we can put your
old one in good condi- .,
W tkln Block PHONE 104
I tion for just such occas- i
ions. I

FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Hupmobile runabout,
model 20; perfect condition; tires
can buy foundation all new; just overhauled; reason for ..ORlANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
selling, buying larger Call 20
stone building blocks side- West Pine street. 5-l-6t Dry Cleaning believe in making Orlando clean and neat, thus de
walk tile, or anything In my J J'e
line reduced. Call around FOR SALEA Steam Cleaning \" : the name City Beautiful. Also we believe that

and let me surprise you on clean, nice cash business for a Pressing and Repairing place to begin to clean up is inside the home, and "No
prices. hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit Home Is Better Than Its Kitchen." In other words, we
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
F. D. GORE, 4-9-tf --- believe you should begin Clean-Up Week by buying a nice

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. new
FOR SALE-Good Kentucky mare, j
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. years old, wagon and harness. A
fine bargain at $150. Call on or ad-
I Maitland dress M.,P.Fla.Wallam, R. F. D.5-4-6t No. 1, ONLY $1,000BEFORE GAS RANGE

FOR SALE-New camp, located on a
lake; half acre of land; near brick
road. This is a desirable bargain. to make your kitchen clean and sweet, and then you will

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Address D. B. C., Sentinel office. have more time to beautify the rest of your home and the .
Office corner Orange Avenue and I 5-2-6tc

Church St.. Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALE OR RENT' -Twe story MAY 5thbuys city.ORLANDO. .

Phone 419.Clean. cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
the 2 corner lots east of
Up and tools best farm in county; va- my residence, sidewalks, nice
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock fence, oaks and palms.
I Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- WATER & LIGHT C
er. 1-16-tfc
; Buy your Cleaning Worth $1500 or more.
---- --
Materials of us. FOR RENT Reason for low price is that GAS DEPARTMENT '

purchaser must agree to
1 Brooms FOR RENT-On Colonial Drive, for
six months, at very reasonable build.
terms, five housekeeping rooms, to
Mops adults only. Modern and furnished. r ..
Inquire at 406 Colonial Drive, east. Terms if desired. rr rr'L ,
Soaps I 5-5-Gt

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, I r-
Washing Powders in new house. Cheap for summer.
Special rates by the year. 406 :Margaret Service will Service will

Soap Powders: street: 5-4-61 Start Pure S SDriBVaterL\ Start :
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- 10th May 10th
Buy a can of Lay-U- Yancey.mer, or by the year; cheap.328tfcAn T. A. DR. A. J J. TAYLOR t

I Dust. 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf PHONE 696

In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
buy, sell rent, and exchange real 905 East Central Avenue specialize in this one business. Orlando growing t. the proportions that demands4

I New Modern G Grocery over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over. I service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to I

$20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. I the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Orlando +

: Phone Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
t 200
Cut Flowers
tF WANTED Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

f' 6 and 8 East Pine St. COOLER Free of Charge.
WANTED-for the sum-
mer by young man aged 20 years. and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
Willing to do any honest labor. Ad
dress "Young Man," care Sentinel. gallon. t

5-4-3t* Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.

WANTED-Team and man to put in ,
$2.ooTAMPA 4 or 8 acres sweet potatoes, on new
ground. Ground is plowed and har
rowed. Hot bed of pulls ready to set. ANALYSIS .
Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue. : .

6-5-3t Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS BAKER, Ph.D. ,
WANTED-By gentleman, comfortable .. Rollins College Florida. .
cool room, in quiet private
family; close in, West Side preferred; Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915

$2 Answer or less care per Sentinel.week; references H. J. W.given. J. &1. CARUTHERSPhone H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and 5-4-3t Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that. you

i WANTED POSITION-A 509. 408 South Lake St. brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
young man
RETURNMONDAY having fifteen years experience i in SPRING WATER
department stores desires position

where ability and merit would war- COLOR ____________________________Clear. t
MAY Im I Address rant advancement."Y" care Sentinel.Best references.4-28-tf Under New Management REACTION ______________-______________Neutral
FREE AMONIA __________________None.
TO ECHANGE-For house and lot ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ________None.
in Orlando, lake front 1 mile from Smyth House ____________'_
Tickets all railroad CHLORIDE _________ ___ 6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon. 1
good on set to budded and brick trees road two; 12 acres, 9 3 TOTAL SOLIDS _____________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains acres unimproved; extra years good ago land.; Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES ________________.-1____Trace

Final Limit May\ 13th Mahlon Gore. 428tfcFor One Block from Court House HARDNESS _________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
cleanest clearest Kodak finish FURNISHED ROOMS AND The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am- ...
VIA ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf BOARD monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
of the body.
LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via Rates by Day or Week. Summer The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
the Atlantic Coast Line, Rates Now On.
Atlantic Coast LineStandard May 14, 2:43 p.m. Rate $17.60.Friday See, amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

Mr. LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783, MRS. J. II. McCAMY quality.
506 Lexington street. Get your iden A very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof I
Railroad of the South ticket tification agent.cards from depot or city the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and I

just about enough as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirements I
Kodak finishing left at Robinson's of the body. Yours respectfully, II
next Studio day.will be ready at 5 o'clock 3-3-tf the CLINT BASSPHONE I (Signed) THOS R. BAKER. I
/ .1
FURNISHED-Five large rooms and 375 i
9 bath lighted, trunk and storerooms West Jefferson Street '
large lot bearing chicken
grove I If
See house.owner, 714 Rent West low Church.to November.5-2-5t Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

DR. L H. RAMSOEU Hand Wood Company !
Umbrellas recovered and renaired LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
OPTOMETRIST) "while you wait" at Young's Repair Wood of All Kinds !
ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE Shop 21 Ji:. Pine St. ;

AND DO ALL KINDS OF your Kodak films to Robinson. PRICES


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I... Court of County Judge, Orange I MET MANY ORLANDO
Calcutta.-This city is suffering Portland, Ore.-Washington, circum- County, State of Florida-In re I| Fort Worth, Texas.-The United PEOPLE
'lftom: a crime wave. In three weeks and Idaho celebrate this week that Estate of Mary E. McLoon.
.{six outrages, three daring highway gon Notice is hereby given, to all whom || States is "seriously menaced by bu-
l of the Dalles-Celilo canal
I it that the
r"J?eries and three .deliberate mur- suring a continuous waterway at I of may September concern A. D. 1915 on I shall 1st day ap- i j[bonic plague," Assistant Surgeon Atlanta' Ga., May :2, 1915.

c, ""St .jecorded. the Pacific 479 miles inland to parade ply to the Honorable Wm. :Martin: I i General W. C. Rucker of the United Editor Sentinel:-I am very sorryof
t. crimes were apparently all iston Idaho the Snake river, From judge of said court, as judge of pro- i i States health service, told the write
ti. on I bate, for my final discharge as admin- |{ public my neglect to to you, so hereis
a Jass.pitted by young.men of the bet- to Priest Rapids, on the istratrix of the estate of :Mary E. i j members ot tne state medical association -i a short story of the last two weeks.A .
itej- No doubt exists in the pub- river, a distance of 450 miles. start McLoon, deceased, and that at the
;lie mind that they are due to the The watershed of the Columbia' I same time I will present to said court here tonight.The short list of towns passed and
!f progress of the anarchist movement. These my final accounts as administratrixof plague he said, was carried stopped at were Jacksonville: and Cal-
er and its tributaries embraces said estate, and ask for their ap by ship rats. The entire Pacific coastis
The anarchists' first exploit was to area ,of approximately 250,000 proval. lahan, Florida, and Waycross Fitzgerald -
threatened rats from
by brought
attack an employe of a big firm who miles in the United States and May Dated March 3, A. D. 1915. Cordele, and Macon, Georgia.
the Orient, from Ecuador and Peru.
was carrying about $5,000 to a jute additional 50,000 in British MARCELLA T. STEVENSON At the latter place I met a Mr. Bailey
3-4-15-6mo. Administratrix. The Gulf coast is menaced by plaguein
mill to off the help. AssaultingHim who lived Orlando
pay making a territory larger than at before the
and disease been
in a suburb, a band of armed German Empire and larger than IN i Havana having freeze. At Atlanta I met Mr. P. McKinney -
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR: FOR found the New Orleans ro-
men made off with the whole amount. entire New England States, among once a citizen of Orlando;
FINAL DISCHARGE dents :May: 9 last. The Atlantic coast
Next a party of young men drove up York, New Jersey, I I I also met Mr. James A. Brooks, who
is likely to get the plague from the
in a taxicab to the house of a wealthy Ohio and West Virginia In Court of County Judge, Orange spent the winter, and last but not
eastern coast of South America and
money lender, and at the point of revolvers The soil, resources and climatic Charles County, State of Florida-In re Es- least, Joe Ferris, Jr., and DeLaney
took about $7,500 from him. ditions of this territory are of year old tate of John F. Gordon. from European, African and Asiatic Way. The tour has been a success so
They drove off and the following of Notice is hereby given, to all whomit ports. far. leave
nature to it a Atlanta tomorrow.
as stamp
a among that the 29th
concern, day
may on
I "No modern city can afford to regard -
. morning the driver of the taxicab was world's greatest productive night, of September, A. D. 1915, I shall apply I am yours,
found lying in the road with a bullet which ultimately, when fully : March to the Honorable Wm. Martin, rat-proofing as a luxury, declared

h-fc*/ugh his head. The third crime oped, will be able to support, old, judge of said court, as judge of pro- I Dr. Rucker. II. B. SEE.
bate, for final admin-
my discharge as
#as a raid on a bank in the center of efforts
tionately, the largest population .
istratrix of the estate of John F. Gor- I
town. in broad daylight. The marr any similar section of the globe. crimes don, deceased, and that at the same A-
." .wVested $7,500 from a depositor who The opening of the Columbia time I will present to said court my
You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try
final accounts as administratrix of
had just drawn it and .
got away.A and its tributaries, which will be
said estate, and ask for their
en emphasis by the dedication of wa"C proval. ap our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.

SPRAYING Dated March 29, A. D. 1915.
DEMONSTRATIONThe Dalles-Celilo canal, marks an : NEW
MARY E. GORDON, Full line of Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and WallPapers
Plymouth Citrus Growers' As- tant step in the transportation IN 3-30-6mo. Adminstratrix. I I

sociation, one of the oldest and most industrial welfare of the region. atFinley's

progressive of the organizations The official ceremonies of !

filiated with the Exchange, has af-I tion are to be staged in the three NOTICE OF EXECUTOR Pioneer

& 'secured a fine power spraying basin at Big Eddy, Ore., and 394 (For Final Discharge)

and expects shortly to inaugurate 5 at 2 in which of the
a I May p. m., In Court of the County Judge, State

campaign amongst local orange i| nent people from all over the an- I of Florida, County of OrangeInre i Just across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
groves as a measure for general im 'Northwest and the entire nation of Estate of Cornelia J. Miller. I
provement.It II participate. Following the tramps. Notice is hereby given to all whomit i streets.
may concern, that on the 6th day of
is understood that the work will :i ceremonies a celebration with way to October, A. D. 1915, I shall apply to I Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.I .
be done in accordance with the views tinctive features will take place young the Honorable Wm. Martin, judge of
and recommendations of experts of The Dalles, Ore., the afternoon trains. said court, as judge of probate, for
high standing, and it is hoped that evening of May 5. in the my. final discharge as administratrixC.
T. A. of the estate of Cornelia J.
persons interested in such operationswill The Dalles-Celilo canal is on :Miller, deceased; and that at the same I.I I.
be led to visit the scene and improve Oregon side of the Columbia and time I will present my final accountsas I

the opportunity to profit by allels the river for eight and :\ administratrix of said estate, and I
ask for their I
methods and results. The work may miles. It takes the place of the Dated April 6, A. D. 1915. SPRAYINGFor

commence at almost any time and duet Oregon state portage railway.' no un- OLA WALKER,

n.is"iaay be looked for in these col Work of construction was Of Adminstratrix C. T. A. White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-

umns. 1908 and has proceeded mem- 4-7-15-6mo secticide. For Red"Spider, Ruste :Mite and all other :Mites

to the present with the exception ) infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur

MAGNOLIA COMPANY GIVEN A interruptions in 1912 and 1914 and 5.1 NOTICE OF EXECUTORIn Compound.

CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH failure of congress to make the These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan

Washington, D. C.-In a belated report sary appropriations. The total Court Florida of ,the Orange County County-In Judge, Stateof re be done at one and the same time. This: will absolutely -

by former Commissioner of Cor- of construction be ; Estaca of C. II. Fox. insure clean trees and bright fruit.

porations Joseph E. Davies, made $4,850,000, including $110,000 Notice is hereby given, to all whomit Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
- public here Tuesday, the Magnolia ed for the improvement of the may concern, iat on the 20th day cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
Mile rapids, The Dalles. I of September. A D. 1915 I shall apply the end of the
Pipe Line company received a clean near rad dis tc tie Iloi.crable Wm. Martin, you will have no regrets at season.
bill of health. The government inves- The work has been done under another judge of said court, as judge of pro-

tigators could find no evidence of op- supervision of the United will be bate, for my final discharge as execu-

pression of individual oil producers, army engineer in charge of the success tor of;the and estate that at of the C. same H. Fox time, deceased I- J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando

Portland, Ore., district, with other ,
especially Indians, in the Healdton will present my final accounts as executor -
(Olda.) field, as was alleged in con- ficers in actual charge of the of said estate, and ask for Florida
their ,
work. approval.
gress. The investigation was ordered
ever Dated March 19, A. D. 1915. I
The minimum of the
tby the senate March 28, 1914.. depth new to bring 3-20-6t II. A. SHREVE, Executor. .

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F For r Exdlialle[ F For r Floriffa ProDerty .

Remington Redo too

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 land in Florida.
Quality R Refinment t
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14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000:

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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic-

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.


Price $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling

Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on

property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage

$7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

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

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

..: a tone of distinction tot Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apop-

ka. Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs.

the occupants.

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

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The power that commands -

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

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

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



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Deaconess Harriet Parkhill left
yesterday to visit relatives and
friends In DeLand.Mr. .

A. M. Bristol I
one of Taft's
sterling citizens, transacted businessat ,
the county metropolis yesterday. .: J i : .. :\ .

Dress goods, at about half former
price, at Boardman's .
[ 5-5-3t
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Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Daly and their
The State Bank of Orlando daughter, Mrs. Athalia Daly McKean,
left last night for their Northern
ORLANDO, FLORIDAAt home, Charleroi, Pa. -
0 '
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 Mr. J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee's

RESOURCESLoans prominent and substantial citizens
spent yesterday in Orlando looking ..
and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 after business affairs.
.. Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37
; Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 Mrs. A. Hungerford and grandson,
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 who have spent some time at St. Petersburg -
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32 are guests at Smyth Houseen
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 route to their home in Lansing, .
LIABILITIES Quite a lot of boys' pants, sizes 11 ..-
to 17, will be sold far less than cost,
Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 while they last, at BOARD IAN'S -- -Capital _____________:_'_=r=__ r ___-r:- irv Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22 SALE. 5-5-3t
.. Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00
Bills Payable ___________________________ None
Rediscounts ____________________________ None Mrs. F. J. Sprague, who has been Undivided Profits ________________________ 9,529.04
spending some time in Orlando, left Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
Deposits 1,001,705.40 yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ 640.25
Coast Line for her home in Chatta-
nooga, Tenn. Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00

$1,095,178.62 Deposits --------:-______________________877,595.13 I
Mrs. C. V. Rowland 'left yesterday
afternoon for Athens, Ga., where she $971,272:24:
will visit relatives and then go to the
mountains of North Georgia to spend GROWTHMay
the summer.

1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90
Messrs. 1... W. Tilden and A. B. May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84 .
Johnson left afternoon for ,
yesterday May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80
Tampa to attend a meeting of the
.. Citrus Exchange which holds forth in May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00IIMIIIIMIIilllllllilMMIIMIMMIIIIIIIMIIMilililiU'.

that city today.

Take notice of the white dresses, -' r
worth up to $6.50. Your choice now
...,. at 200. Not many left. Get them
.h. -
._ .. now, at Boardman's. 5-5-3t
Mr. II. M. Allred, one of Jackson-
; c 1 ax a ville's leading citizens, after spending
:: several days in Orlando with his
friend, Mr. B. Z. Snowden, returnedto
his home in the state's metropolis Carbonizing
yesterday.Mrs. .

1 A. T. Race, of Jacksonville, Motor t Troubles' I Knocking .

who Mr. H.has C.been Allen visiting, No. 9 the Amelia family ave-of f f Loss of Power

nue, left yesterday afternoon for '
Tampa to visit friends before return- Excessive Consumption of Oil i

1 M ing to her home in the metropolis.Mr. .

and Mrs. T. D. Daly, after These can all be remedied by the use of the genuine
spending the season in Orlando, left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for their home in West NON-LEAK PISTON
LIVE ON THE PORCH Monon, Washington county, Pa. They RINGSOne
have planned to return early in the

THIS SUMMERDon't fall. to each cylinder.

Mr. O. M. Bonar, a popular knightof
the grip who resides at No. 8 W.
Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- South street, was called home a few

onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be days ago on account of the serious Sold By

converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. illness of his little daughter, Maxine, I

Here are a few of many specially made pieces for who we are pleased to note is rapidly
your porch. recovering. San Juan Garage Company

Mr. Jas. A. Knox was a passenger
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs
yesterday morning over the northbound t
Haltex Fibre Furniture Chairs
Maple and Rockers
Atlantic Coast Line bound for
Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings Asheville, N. C., where he will attenda
Hammocks meeting of the representatives of ,IMIMII*"1111111 II 1 II I fill II 1111.' 1111 '" II 11.1 .1 II r 111 II L .:i.".1r.

the New York Life Insurance
com =
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline
: ves. Select yours to day. .
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McKean, of -
North Charleroi, Pa., were among
OSCAR HAND & SON those who departed yesterday after

noon over the Atlantic Coast Line. '..... '.
They have been visiting in Orlandofor .i ,"
several weeks and expect to return "
in the fall. R
,. '. '
.HIM " ,11111111111111111111111111111111111 Mr. B. L. Griffin, one of Ocoee's -
-I : '
When early taught, children generally con- f i '-
popular and substantial citizens, motored ; -
r to Orlando yesterday and spent tinue to be thrifty and provident through >. ...... t
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i several hours in the city greeting .
friends. He was accompanied by Mr Maturity ,
S. G. Childers, who left on the afternoon i
train for Plant City to visit; This institution recommends the Savings r I

Whether It Is Brooch, Bar .Pin relatives.Mr. Account as the easiest means of teaching .: -

and :Mrs.: Ole Hansen and son, children to save. Children quickly take
Pendantor Mr. Martin S. Hansen, of Ash Creek,
pride in their own personal accounts and
Minnesota, departed yesterday morning
for their home after a delightfulseason easily develop the ability to regularly add '
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best here. While in Orlando they ,
value for your money by coming to us. were pleasantly located at the home of to them.'I''I

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine Mrs. M. A. Clark, 201 West Central
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof avenue. They were delighted with 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts.

merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are ex- the city and contemplate returning in
ceedingly low. We also offer you choice selections and the falL -
the best service.

Mr. J. H. Lee and wife, and Mr. .
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it Chas. Lee and wife, of Oviedo, were -
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the welcome visitors to Orlando yesterday -

: wearer. autoing from their home in Oviedo

the to attend Methodist the church quarterly which conferenceof is holding Orl Bank 9 Trust C t#
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its meetings here this week. Mr. ( &
J. H. Lee reports everything in his -
T. H. EVANS section as looking as well as could be
expected considering the long dry -
spell which pervades Florida at pres ORLANDO, FLORIDA '
ent. Mr. Lee'has been a resident ofand ;. ft.: ;
JEWELER what was once'a portion of Orange If

I I' county for, the past forty years,
11111"'III"lllfI ftllllllllllllllllllllllll" I no better citizen ever lived than he.J .


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