The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
May 9, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
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Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Orlando morning sentinel


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warning was given by submarine. missing:
GREATEST CRIME OF WAR TO DATE Four torpedoes fired, only two taking Commander J. Foster Stackhouse,
effect. ,U. S. N., retired who started for Gerard At Berlin Will Get The German
Heavy list of boat caused trouble in t Europe in connection with his
Of 184 Americans Aboard Only 62 launching life boats. work for the Belgian relief com- Report At Once
Capt. Turner stood on bridge until mission.A. .
Survivors FoundSeveral steamer sank, picked up three hours L. Hopkins president df Newport *
later. News Shipbuilding and Dry- Considered :\Momentous: Event in History of United States in
First Cabin Passengers Are Saved-Vanderbilt, Hubbard, Other international developments ., dock company who was said to Many Years-Page to Get All Information Possible, But
eclipsed. have gone abroad on a business
Miles and Klein, but Others Are Believed Dead-Fifty Deliberate attack overshadows the ?" trip in connection with shipbuilding. :Must Not Reveal U. S. Official or Semi-Official Opinion

1/1 Soldiers Digging Graves-Now Thought at Least Two- legal aspect. Until Germany Is Heard From-President Wilson
Cargo valued at nearly 1000000. C. C. Heever Hard-ick. of East Or-
thirds of Those Aboard Lost Lh'es-British Depth of water about 200 feet ange, N. J., of the firm of Burr & Remains Grave and Silent-Washington Is

Destroyer Is SunkAMERICAN making it possible to reclaim part Hardwick, importers. Crushed Wtih Immensity of Problem

of valuable cargo. .;Gerald A. Letts, an importer and

VICTIMS ________________________________ 122 Carried contraband of warmilitarygoods ? dealer in antiques. Washington, May 8.-A rising tide of popular indignation
$66,000; 5,471 cases ammu- t Herman Myers, head of the feather -
KNOWN SURVIVORS ________________________________ 703 against the sinking of the Lusitania by the German submarineand
nition; 280,000 pounds of brass and importing house of H. & E. &
ESTIMATED NUMBER OF DEAD ____________________1,216 copper wire. Vessel insured for S. Myers. __. .. __. .. __. : the consequent enormous loss of life to American citizens has
TOTAL NUMBER OF PASSENGERS AND CREW _______1,919 $5,000,000.; I 'Dr. F. S. Pearson, president of the' caused the administration officials to indicate more positive views
Time-honored rule of sea-women j Pearson Engineering company for comprehensive action than revealed by these same officials

Queenstown, May 8.-Queenstown today is a city of dead. and children first-was not vio- and interested largely Mexican earlier today.

Long lines of sheeted corpes cover the floors of all the principal lated. j railways. The apparent aim of these officials struggling with injunctionsof
buildings.The Cabinet members cancel all engage- I Herbert Stuart Stone elder son of secrecy is to produce an impression, although not in the formof
ments. i Melville E. Stone general manager -
Cunard wharf close with those washed from official that and decided action be
was packed up I Well known Americans among the ;1 of the Associated Press.GRIFFIN'S an statement early may ex-
r the Lusitania and found floating in the sea. I pected from the administration, as an answer to the popular de

The mortuaries of the city's few hospitals are overflowing with I mand.

bodies of those who succumbed from shock and exposure. A "CENTRAL FLORIDA PET BILL IS High officials tonight indicated the belief that this action

Indescribable confusion reigns everywhere. The spectacle at would be forced, although they make no prediction as to the precise -

the Market Hall is poignant beyond all description.A HIGHWAY ASSN" IS PASSED BY BOTH character of the action likely to be taken.

majority of bodies there are women and little children, manyof Secretary Bryan, probably with the view of stemming the popu-

which are tight locked in each others arms. ORGANIZED HOUSES lar indignation, at least until the administration can decide upon a

Between the lanes are corpses and weeping women and grief- course of action, issued a warning against the danger of "rockingthe

torn men go slowly peering beneath the enshrouding sheets to find boat," and the White House view, officially expressed, that
their dead. 9 COUNTIES ENLIST TO SE- "OUR SAM" HAS "BOARD the tragedy of the Lusitania was "the most momentous event of

The body of Charles Frohman, the noted New York and London CURE "DIXIE HIGH- BILL" PASSED AND IS I many years in the history of the United States."

theatrical magnate, lay uncovered for hours among more than WAY" ROUTE 'tState JUBILANT
one hundred others before identification was made by acquaintances. ---- -No Official Will Venture Statement on U. S. Course of Action -4
Will Meet in Orlando June 10- Library Is Created and
Ambassador Gerard, at Berlin, was instructed to get from the
:Most of the others are still unidentified. Of the 184 Americanson Holbrook to Chattanooga Other Constructive Legis- German foreign office "its report on the sinking of the Lusitania,"

board the Lusitania, the American consul! here can account for l\leeting-Other Newsof I lation Enacted at and Ambassador Page at London was instructed to send all avail-
only 62 survivors today. The work of compiling the list of sur- CapitalBy able information. No official, from the highest to the lowest,

vivors is slow because of the confusion.It from nine Central C. F. Johnson would venture to state what this government would do when it

is apparent, however, that of the first cabin passengers, Florida counties met yesterday in an Tallahassee, Fla., May 8-(Special I received Germany's reply.It .

> among those saved are Alfred Gwyn Vanderbilt, Elbert Hubbard, all day session at Kissimmee to discuss to the Sentinel.)The bill protectinghotel is anticipated that an answer will undoubtedly be a justification -

Justius Miles, Forman, the playwright, Charles Klein, but other the proposed Dixie highway that and boarding house keepers : of the act based on Germany's warning to American citizensas
noted Americans are still missing. will run from Chicago through Indi- from deadbeats was introduced in the to trans-Atlantic travel and its right to establish a submarine

Funerals for a large number of victims probably will be held ana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, house by Representative Griffin of blockade.
Orange county and in the senate by
Monday. and Florida terminating at Miami Senator Hudson, and passed both The White House stated that no warning went to Americans
and as a result of this meeting the
Fifty soldiers have been requisitioned to dig graves. Central Florida Highway Associationwas houses this morning. not to embark on the Lusitania,

The latest available information indicates that about twothirdsof formed. State Library CreatedA Secretary Bryan says the only attitude on the subject is contained i

the persons aboard the Lusitania lost their lives. The Cunard The association endorsed a route bill creating a staet library and in a public statement that it would be well that Americansand

Line representatives today said the number of passengers was through Central Florida which will be appropriating $1,500 salary for libra- naturalized American citizens should not visit countries of
1.254 and the crew 665, making a total of 1,919. The number of submitted to the Dixie Highway Com- rian and $1,000 for furniture was the belligerents on pleasure tours.
mission at Chattanooga May 20. This passed by the senate today. and a bill
survivors accounted for in -
,4 dispatches from various sources is 703. ----- ---
route is one that would connect with to exempt civil war veterans from
t Thisindicates that 1,216 are dead. the highway as it leaves Georgia, payment of game license passed the Secretary Bryan After Information stration about the German embassy as
t .. starting either at Live Oak or Lake senate unanimously.' Washington, :May: 8.-The United yet, but as a precaution a police guard
: British Destroyer Sunk City thence to Gainesville, to Ocala Eliminate Treasurer's Fees States government today will direct probably will be put around the em-

.... London, May 8.-The admiralty announced that the British torpedo through Tavares, to Orlando, thence The senate bill to eliminate the pay- Ambassador Gerard to make inquiriesof bassy today. ;
i' boat destroyer Maori had been sunk south to Kissimmee, in a southwesterly ment of treasurer's fees on school the German government for its report -
by mine
a off the
4 Belgian of the facts concerning the sink- STEAMER TRANSYLVANIA
.. direction to Bartow, through Arca- bonds passed unanimc isly. SAILS
i coast. The crew was captured by the Germans. dia, east to Okeechobee City thenceto The naval stores inspection bill was ing of the Lusitania. This became FOR LIVERPOOL WITH

(f West Palm Beach, and terminatingat made a special order for 4:3J Monday known after conferences between high 897 PASSENGERSNew
... YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Miami. afternoon.The officials.
LUSITANIA SINKING AS The endorsement of this route as house killed 'he -'--o".es: bill The ambassador will be instructedto York.-The British steamer
!f. TRIUMPH National League the one the Dixie highway sb-"ild follow I'-iiting the hours of labor for women make his preliminary inquiry as a I Transylvania of the Anchor Line j
London England.-An Exchange Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia 2. in coursing through FIr ida was .c nine !oth the houses adjourned basis for whatever steps may event-' sailed yesterday afternoon for Liver-
Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen Boston 4, New York 3. arrived at by a committee c-'nsistinjr :it: noon until Monday. ually be taken. High officials pri- pool a few hours after news of the
.. says: Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2. of one delegate "rom each county. vately said the situation was very Lusitania's sinking had been reported.
l "Berlin newspapers print the news Chicago-Cincinnati, wet grounds. 'One other r..-utr was proposed! and receive -I The meeting at Kissimmee was attended grave. There were 897 passengers aboard,
v of the sinkingof the Lusitania inS American League one vote, a route that shouldrun by ,V. M. Glenn, chairman, andJ. "We are informing ourselves' as according to her agents. Capt. John
colossal type and hail it as a new New York 10, Boston 3. from Tallahassee east to Jacksonville P. Holbrook, of the Dixie Highway rapidly as possible" said Secretary Black who was recently transferredto
"r triumph for Germany's naval policy. Philadelphia 5, Washington 3. and then south through Palat- I.committee of the Orlando Board of Bryan today, "and we are doing whatwe the Transylvania from the British .
lhe general impression is that "Engt"nd Cleveland 5, Chicago 10. ka, DeLand, Sanford, Orlando, and Trade. Mr. Reese, the other member, can for those injured. We will get auxiliary cruiser Columbia, commanded -
.: has got what she deserves. St. Louis 6, Detroit 4. KisEin mec. I was unable to be present. The Or- all the information we can." the ship."I .

.. Federal League Three representatives will go to I'ando Board of Trade committee! : se- have been hunting for a subma- .
f. FIRST FILLY EVER TO TRIUMPH Brooklyn 5, Kansas City 8. the Chattanooga meeting. All expenses -,-ured the net meeting of the associa.ion Only Six Hundred Saved rine ever since this war began," was
IN KENTUCKY CLASSIC Newark 2, Chicago 0. will be paid hy the association.; .. which will be held in Orlando Queenstown London, May 8.Itis his comment on the Lusitania. "I
Baltimore 2, Pittsburgh 4. They are J. P. Holbrook, of Orlando; June 10. A large attendance is expected only hope I can see one on this trip
>b Louisville, Ky., May .-"Regret," Buffalo 5-4 II. C. Stanford, of Kissimmee and now estimated her that six hundred and that she comes close enough for .
St. Louis 62.
11;; will be the outside number of those
the wonderful daughter of "Broom- Ed. Scott, of Arcadia. The delegationhas The nine counties represented at I'me to ram her."
Southern League saved from the Lusitania.
stick all traditions
run- been instructed to work for the Kissimmee were Hillsborough, Pinel-
Chattanooga 8, Atlanta 5.
ning in the forty-first Kentucky Derb'ythis Memphis 1, Birmingham 9. central route, and if this is not feasible las, Polk, DeSoto Osceola, Orange, STOCKS BREAK ON NEWS ABOUT
afternoon, and led all the way. to then throw Situation Grave
Nashville 3, Mobile 5. efforts to Seminole, Clay and Putnam. At the LUSITANIANew
She was the first filly ever to tri- the TallahasseeJacksonvilleOrlandoMiami Orlando Senator Lodge, ranking
Little Rock 3, New Orleans 9. meeting Lake Suwanee Republicanof
umph in a Kentucky classic. Peb- :: route. Bradford, Alachua, :Marion, Volusia, the foreign relations committee, York.-Stocks broke violentlyat
bles second all the South Atlantic League
was way. Sharp- There were five routes proposed and St. Lucie, and Palm Beach countieswill said he was not prepared to discuss the opening of the market today.
shooter came far back for third Savannah 1, Albany 6. Orlando and Orange county were on be invited to attend the big booster the sinking of the Lusitania; the sink- The entire list was adversely affectedby
raoney. Time, 2:052-5. Charleston 3, Columbus 6. all with one exception. It would seem meeting.It ing of a passenger steamer, even of a I overnight developments relative to
Augusta 2, Macon 4.Columbia..Jacksonville.
from the proposed routes that Orlando is argued that the newly formed belligerent, without giving passengersan { the sinking of the Lusitania and
MRS. CARMAN ACQUITTED rain. and Orange county stands fair to association will be able to promote opportunity to leave, the Senator I heavy selling orders came from all
have a place on the proposed high- better roads and highways in Central thought a new thing in warfare. over the country.
Minneola, L. I., May 8. Mrs. Florence BRITISH GOVERNMENT DENIES way. Florida whether or not the Dixie highway Among senators here there was a Opening prices were from two to
Conklin Carman was acquitted STORY THAT THE LUSITANIA In addition to the three delegatesthat runs through the central portionof general feeling of alarm but all refrained five points below last night's close. j
here of the murder of Mrs. Louise I WAS ARMED will go to Chattanooga it is pos- the state or down the East Coast.A. from entering into public discussion Fifteen thousand shares of United j if
Bailey on the night of June 30 last, at sible that others will go to represent T. Mann, of Bartow, is presi- while awaiting developments.The States Steel were offered in one lot
Treeport. The verdict was returned i London, England.-The British gov- individual counties. In dent and E. W. Eliott of that at
Orange coun- Palatka, is opinion prevailed loss of two points below yesterday's close.
late today. I ernment today made the following announcement ty M. O. Overstreet, president of the secretary of the new associaton. J. American lives and the manner in i I I

} : board of county commissioners, will W. Prentis of Kissimmee, and W. M. which the Lusitania was destroyed TilE WEATHER
Tipperary beat by Betty's Basting "The statement appearing in some attend the meeting, and Mr. Holbrookwill Glenn, of Orlando, were named as a would arouse public opinion tremen- i
Bellybands for Belgians; 15c. Curtis newspapers that the Lusitania was go as the official representativeof committee to draw up a constitutionand dously. Florida: Fair !
& O'Neal, book armed is Sunday and Mon
} and music store. wholly false. the
organized association. by-laws. j There has been no hostile demon- day.


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At The ChurchesFIRST (Adams), (b) "Until" (Sanderson); I c:

i Prof. J. Cameron McLean. I
Piano solo, Rhapsody Hungarian
METHODIST CHURCH (Liszt); Miss JIelen Vredenburg.Vocal '
(Corner Main and Jackson Sts.) solo, "0 Dry Those Tears"

BIG PEIALSHOE J. B. Ley, pastor. (Del Reigo); Mr. McLean; violin ob- t HoosierSpring
Mothers Day. Sermon by the igato by Dr. Vredenburg. ;

tor. Every person requested to Violin solo, Legends (C. Bohm);

a white flower. Appropriate Jr. Vredenburg.Vocal '

tions and music. Mr. J. Cameron solo, "Kirkconnel Lea"
Lean will sing "Lead, Kindly Light. (Patterson), a Scottish folk song, (b) Water
Evening service: A Festival "The Little Allitsen Mr. S
Player" ( ); :
Song. Southern College music McLean.

assisted by local choir, will render Piano solo, Impromptu in B Flat I
!john Stamer's cantata, "The .
Schubert Miss
( ); Vredenburg.
SALE I fixion." See program elsewhere. Finale, "My Country, 'Tis of Thee;"
Monday night music recital at audience.
lando house admission 25
opera ;
WE have just received a large
children lo cents. See special I
gram. supply of this nice water. King t
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., monthly
ing official board, with Mr. J. N. us up and order a 5 gallon demi-
New York, May 8.-Coming for the
den, on South Liberty street. _
week of relaxation after months of
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., I'
maneuvers and target practice, and
service and church conference. .
for the review by the president on :
FORMonday --()-
May 17, the great battleships of the
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Atlantic fleet steamed majestically up IT'S A FINE TABLE WATER I I ",
Very Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean.
the: Hudson river this morning. Enor-
Fifth Sunday after Easter.
mous crowds on the river banks, at
7:30; a. m. celebration of the
OnlyWe windows and on the roofs of the tall
Communion. buildings cheered a welcome. !
9:45 a. m., Sunday school. Store
The Wyoming, Admiral Frank Fri- City Drug
11 a. m., morning prayer and
day Fletcher's flagship, anchored off
mon; Rev. Roderick Cobb.
Seventy-ninth street. The rest of the
7:30 p. m., evening prayer and battleships came to a halt at five hun- J. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmacy |
have address.
a large
very dred yard intervals to the north in
the following order: New York (division -
flagship), Texas, D la I
Fifth Sunday after Easter.
North Dakota, Kansas, :\l1chl-are'l
10:30 a. m., celebration of the
South Carolina. Florida, Utah ( \ !;- ,
Communion and sermon; Dean I
I LADIES ion flagship), Virginia (division flagship -
SHOES'in sen.
), Georgia, Rhode Island, Nebraska -
3:30 p. m., Sunday school.
New Hampshire, and Louisiana -
7:30 p. m., evening prayer.CHRISTIAN .
(division flagship). n

the very newest lasts, that SCIENCE The submarine flotilla and auxiliary Th.e arket
division are scheduled to arrive tomorrow
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. I and the flotilla of destroyerson OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY}
be sold fast
must as we are get- Services at 11 a. m.; subject," .
May 12. There will be sixty-five
and Fallen Man.
ting ready to make alterations in Wednesday evening service at : vessels present for the grand review. I FRESH AND SALT MEATS .
Shortly after the fleet arrived, May
Third floor, corner South Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I
the building and must make Mitchel called on Admiral Fletcher
avenue and Church street. aboard the Wyoming, and was re- Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh*. .

room quick. You can save just on Church street. ceived with the booming of guns and and pore. !!

much ceremony. Three hours later We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

half of the regular price on Shoes FIRST(At BAPTIST the Grand CHURCH) Admiral Fletcher landed at West 24th everything in the Meat Line. ,|I'

street and was escorted by a platoonof

at this Special Sale. pastor Rev.; Mr.Edward Samuel T. A.Poulson Newell, ,D. mounted police to the city hall, H. jVdC. Self & Co.I

where he returned the formal call of
intendent of the Sunday school; \ the pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
George W. Phillips, director of ]
The visit of the fleet is creating en- -
choir; Mr. William S. Branch, Jr.,
Ladies Patent thusiasm here. There is especial curi- J
/ Leather and Gun ganist. -
osity over the newest addition to the
Sunday school at 9:45 t
a. m.
dreadnoughts, the Texas and the New
Metal Doll Lasts values
$3.00 ganized classes and teachers with
York, which mount ten 14 inch guns
prepared lessons. Men not in
I schools are especially invited to each, and enormous crowds will at- \

Monday Only $1.49 the Baraca class in Baraca hall,Son'I"ful tempt arrangements to go aboard have to see been them.made Care-to ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

basement of new church. ?
handle visitors. I '
Public worship at 11 a. m. and
The city will try to give the 26,000 3
p. m., with the pastor in charge. I
:' Patent Colonial Pumps, new heel, Subject of morning sermon, officers time. They and men return of the after fleet strenuous a good SHEET METAL CO. I

quaintance With God."
$3.00 regular price for weeks of practice at Guantanamo and
Evening subject "Unbalanced
ers." other points, and one of the reasons Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, I
for their visit is to give them
a vaca-
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30
Monday Only $1.49 in Baraca hall; Mr. Eugene p. tion. There will be baseball games and Rubber RoofingsCornices

president. and theatre parties for the men and
dinners and dances for the officers. Metal
Prayer and fellowship Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Ceilings
The fleet which President Wilson
Special Ladies Radcliffe Tan Wednesday night. The public is
will review a week from Monday will ORLANDO t
dially invited to worship with us. Works: 14 E. Church St. -
be the same that would be called
$3 00 and $3.50 values The popular Sunday evening '
vices will be especially attractive upon for immediate service in the .
II event of a war. Besides looking over
inspiring. Invite your friends.
the vessels, the president will reviewa
Monday Only $1.49 -- --
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN big land parade the same day. The t
fleet will the
depart following day.
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.Sunday

school at 9:45 a. m.; W.

Ladies W. L. Douglas White O'Neal, superintendent. WHEN DAD IS ALL RIGHT The Orlando Meat Market
Men's Bible class in auditorium He may have a greasy hat and the

Pumps $2.50 and $3.00 values church at 9:45 a. m. seat of his pants may be shiny, but
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. if a man's children have their noses I T. A. YANCY, Manager

Morning discourse, "The Lover flattened against the window pane a I

Monday Only $1.49A the Truth." half hour before he is due home to j Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Evening discourse, "Vagaries supper, you can trust him with any- Florida and Western Meats
Realities thing you have. He is all right.-Cincinnati I

Young People's Society at 6:30 Enquirer.It .
m., in lecture room. I Oysters, Fish,. Poultry; Vegetables, Game, Etc.
assortment ofMen's
very large looks though the Dixie "
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at as high- Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town*Orders
p. m. way would have to come down to
High Grade Shoes suchas
Forrest Dabney Carr, choir Jacksonville and then separate into as f Business (135 'P. O. BOX 226
Banister Crawford Eaton W. tor. Miss Roberta Branch, many branches as Mississippi riv- PHONES {Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

The public is most cordially er has where it empties into the Gulf.

L. Douglas, Ralston, Foster, and to every and all-services.0CATHOLIC- Seats I of r Mexico.

Hancock, at GREAT SACRIFICE PricesDon't CHURCH
Fifth Sunday after Easter.

Mass, 6:30 a. m.

Sunday school, 9 a. m. Pure Ice Crea.m.I

Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.

. Forget Special. 7:30 Rosary p. m., sermon and I .

; For Monday Only I All welcome. -0- When you want PURE ICE For Party '"


I I ALLIANCE you don't believe that we take Clubthe
22 West Pine
greatest care in its mannWe make our Ice Cream from I
THEHammond Preaching Sundays at 3:30 p. Church SocialSchool l
facture and watch
come up us
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. tubercular tested cows. All
I make it. You will be I
Women's Social
prayer meeting, I surprisedcans, moulds and everythingused
I, day, at 3 p. m. I I at the care every detail is given.
Mid-week I I in the manufacture of our
Bunch meeting, Thursday, Any kind you want, any time Lodge I
,: p. Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- .
you want it. In any quantity '
i you to every I ized. lcnlC.
from a quart '
-0- up. ...",..
A MUSICAL EVENING You are cordially invited to
Order Hands Pure
inspect our factory at any
COMPANY'SBANKRUPT Monday: May 10, 8 O'clock, at time. Ice Cream
Orlando Opera House
Dramatis Personae: Members : I .

| sic Faculty Southern College.

:' STOCK I 1 I J[cents.Admission No Outline reserved: 25 Program cents seats.; children, HANDS ICE CREAM CO.

I Violin solo, Sonata in A

!. Church & Boone Sts. I" Prof. A. G. Vredenburg. ; PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street

Vocal solo, (a) "Thora," an .
tion of Hall Caine's Prodigal .'I


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PROHIBITION WORKS WONDERS GOVERNMENT MAKES MONEY : printing and with this he imprintsthe 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IJII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
AMONG RUSSIANS AT THE FAIR familiar "greenback" eagle of our

paper money, along with other designs -
Petrograd.: a vote of the Rus- (By Felix J. Koch, in The American on the dainty bits of cloth that
sian people were taken today on the Printer.) become souvenir handkerchiefs.
svbject of re-establishing the traffic Your Uncle Sam has gone into the Watching them print the silk
JJ vodka, I doubt if the drink demon business of printing handkerchiefsjust kerchiefs is the next best hand-I

Arould poll twenty per cent. for the summer; but he has established watching them print the money; and I p
Russia, from one of the most drunken a position for himself where as the making of money is always an THE BIG
ha become the most sober coun- trade must be undeniably good, and, interesting spectacle, Jack Roosa anda
try in the world. what's more, he has cornered all com- crowd of other visitors to the big
Rich are in the same boat with the petition by printing a design, the imitation fair always dally about the press, departing -
poor. Not only vodka shops are of certain parts of which only after they have investedin
closed, but beer, wine and other alcoholic would send any other printer to the about as many of its products as
drinks are prohibited in clubs penitentiary on a long sentence on an they believe they can, at the moment,
and fine restaurants.An easily proved counterfeiting charge.To afford.If .
investigation a few years ago be brief, Uncle Sam is printing Uncle Sam would only lend this The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices ;
by the Imperial Technical Society souvenirs, on silk handkerchiefs, downat printing outfit to us!
showed that among the workmen in the big exposition at San Diego.To .
factories ninety-nine per cent. took al- this end he is using an engravingpress
All round money getters-want ads.IIMHiilllllllllilllilliltlllitllllUMinillMlllt .
cohol regularly. from the bureau of engraving

Today the only drinking left is se-
cret consumption of eau-de-cologne, *
or even a kind of varnish, by a few
friends whom the drink habit has en- WE DELIVER THE GOODS 1 ROOF GARDEN THEATERTHE 1

4/" slaved.As for the masses, life both in town I Orlando Delivery and MessengeiSeivice \
and country has altogether changed.
Provinces two thousand miles apart COOLEST SPOT IN THE CITYWith

tell the same story. Where formerly
Harley-Davidson TruckFOR admission to Roof Garden this week ticket and the hold-
,quarrels, fights and even serious every paid we give a one !
crimes were common on every holidaynow QUICK SERVICE ing the lucky number will be given absolutely:; free a beautiful and useful present, value

there is good will and good order. about $3.50.Monday .

Workmen in the towns and the night we will give away a Dress Pattern, Tuesday, Ladies' Waist, Wednesday: ,

better peasants, and are are saving altogether money better, dressing off, PHONE 444 :Men's, Ladies' or Children's Shoes, Thursday, Mans Silk Shirt, Friday, Silk Parasol,

notwithstanding the fact that rates Saturday, Largest Ham in the Store.

and taxes are heavier this year than Drawing will take place each evening at 9 o'clock. Person holding ticket must be in
ever before.A Good and Bad Cigar StoresMilHilllillllMIMM Theater at that time otherwise another number will be drawn.

short time ago a number of

"zemstvos," or county councils, madean SISIIIIS IS I* 11111I I
exhaustive inquiry amongst the
peasants as to the results on the vil- PROGRAMME MONDAY NIGHT

The lages peasants of the prohibition were asked of to alcohol.say WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES"The Big-U-Western, 2 Reel, MacQuarrie, Agness Vernon.

whether they thought the prohibition
Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The
to be discontinued after the
ought House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began." "THE TROUBADOUR"Sterling
war, or that things should remain always "Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "'VhatVill People Say." In Paris
as they are at present. and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner
The answer in nearly all cases was and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy." Comedy.
All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eter-
that, once the vodka shop was opened I nal City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To "PLAYMATES AND"Victor ---
they were too weak to keep away I Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." ,
from it, though they fully realized it "A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has
was practically poison to them as wellas ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of
tending to pauperize them and Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of "GRAND OPENING WORLD'S ONLY'
their families. Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are We
"We swore at vodka," writes one, Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that
leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The MOVIE CITY"Admission
"but still went drinking it from
we on
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does
sheer habit and because it seemed not send forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of
.simply impossible to leave it off." Dishonor."

Almost all the most recent popular W. S.. BRANCH 5c. and lOc.; Free Until 6:30 P. M. :
songs deal with the subject of the
blessing brought:: to the population by THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
the prohibition of vodka. M. Vaniu-
koff has published recently in Novoie I
-"L.1.. : : : ?:nnbftJJjCC5JAJtJC1! :JtJt33t3Pg
Vremia thirty-three popular songs _
now being sung in the villages of the I i- C [
Pskoff. Eighteen of these chant them
praises of the new law as to vodka
and the blessing it has brought, espe-
cially to the women and the homes.
But the greatest blessing from the Three Moderate
prohibition of alcohol driks are expe- .
rienced in the Russian army. Army ,
surgeons bear testimony to the fact Priced CottagesFor

that operations are much more easily
performed upon the soldiers who have :
Sale RentC.A.HOVEY
not been able to get drink, they are or .
more easily brought under the influ-
ence of the anaesthetic admniisteredand
their wounds are healed in a ono 1-

much shorter time. They prove this ;
by refreshingisby
referring to their experience dur- j
ing the Russo-Japanese war. For Eco 9 <
this reason a very large proportion of
those who had been wounded were s q 1

able to return to the front. i 'Mx ; byd
I 1c
The extraordinary capacity of offi-
cers and men to withstand the effectsof H
the monotony of life in the trenches I I
is also accounted for by the fact >
of their abstention from alcohol, and "- --- -- ___ ____ __ ______ n ___ CO d e
even the fatigues of marching during
which they sometimes do not get any yy r--

sleep for two days and nigths, do not UJO ....
4 tell on their strength as they used to CAREY HANDFUNERAL
in former days. -1


fine mornings you are a and very possess early a riser powerful these I AND EMBALMERAll \ +:: [ .:: ".. t -. '.:'.. :-. ,

opera glass, and closely scan the east-
ern skies, you may perhaps be rewarded i ii

new comet by obtaining that has a recently view of come the, calls answered Promptly Dayor iL i OO
L cot A New Self-Starter
unheralded, into our sky.: Just now Night. Hand Block. 1
j requires a good glass to view. this
comet; but the astronomers tell us it i

ought to be visible to the naked eyer Orlando Florida. ,0 Here's the new Florsheim "Apollo,"
about the last week in May. The new priced at $5.00. It is Skeleton Lined -4 .

comet is said: to be directly south at PHOXE2639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457. a for coolness and will give you the
4 a. m., and a good opera glass oughtto -1
that of old
make it visible. you expect an shoe.
Z v
Guests registering at the San Juan Florsheim lasts are "Natural Shape," ..
yesterday included W. B. Alexander. U- S suited feet and
< to your Florsheim
J. B. Alexander, Cincinnati; C. w.
styles are designed for men of :
Huggins, C. P. Rose, T. H. Burt, Tam- SPRAYINGFor your J
pa; J. II. Brewer, J. A. Hood W. S. ...J I
Janes, MacDonald, G. M. Robinson White Fly and Scale spray with Schnarr's In-
Geo. Paschal, and Norman Merry secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites a/::: Take a look at the "Apollo," try it

dr Jacksonville; W. S. Glover, Melrose infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur on, let it demonstrate the comfort
Mass, and B. B. Smith, Newark Compound. and quality makeup of our Florsheim
y N. J. These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan O footwear.YowellDuckworth.
be done at one and the same time. This will abso- .t
Mrs. H.1.. Thompson and the lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
Misses Catherine and Marian Hins- Nothing better nothing more effective, and nothing \ Co
dale left here Friday. They will visit cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and ,.
Orlando and other points, then Miss you will have no regrets at the end of the season. I .

Marian goes to Milwaukee, Miss Cath-
erine to Kenosha, Wis., and Mrs
2 ] SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando g gI
Thompson to Pocahontas, Miss. Thus M n.MM u.v M M yy y*:y y y y y VT
the warm weather in the north sepa- ,
rates many who will meet again in Florida

'' the Park with the first blast of win- ( 11 1"1 _ _ _ _
ten-Zolfo .Springs Truth. I "

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South Florida Sentinel This Careful ThoughtMr. Harry P. Leu, one of the most Prof. Henry Nehrling, who owns

MORNING AND WEEKLY Consumer: Let us assume that prominent business men of Orlando, one of the pretty show places in Or-
'. r:. GLENN __............_......EditorW. you are paying a big price for certaingoods and secretary and treasurer of the ange county, was In Orlando yesterday -
C. ESSINCTON .....Baimeu Manager
; that a new firm enters the field CainO'BerBoiler company, is in afternoon from his home in Gothaen
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida and offers you the same or better Lakeland making arrangements for route to Sanford where he will
Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION .
goods at much less money. You nat- the construction of a twenty-five ton spend today. Prof. Nehrling says ,
RATES urally go, or are inclined to go, to the ice factory, which he purposes havingin that his section has not suffered very
1 Year ........................ 5.00 '
Daily.Daitr. 6 Months ...................... -60Dailj. new firm, as you wish to get all you operation by August 15. The C in- I much by the drought, a copious shower -
j : 3 Months ...................... 1.25 can for your money. Your old time O'Berry factory is one of the big institutions falling there about a week ago, and
Daily: 1 Month ....................... .60
merchant misses you, and upon meeting of Orlando, and Mr. Leu is another one yesterday. His caladiumsare EDITORIAL
Weekly. 1 Year .........=-...........--..:-U.OO you some day, a conversation one of the largest stockholders and backward this season on accountof

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE IN something like this will follow: largely responsible for the large success the lateness.of spring.

"Why, howdy, Mr. J-, I haven'tseen of that institution. He is a clever REMARKSON
you for a month. Where are you and courteous gentleman and a WAS SLIGHTLY INJURED
Copy for display mod all other hand-act buying your goods now?" most careful business man. That he
adwrtisinc ant be handeo in at the buuneMoffice
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, :Mr.: J: "Why, I found that I could l will make a success of his new enterprise II. H. Dickson, while riding in Seth
to the'changes day before for publication.contract advertising This rule:applies it Is buy the same or better goods of the in this city goes without saying. Woodruff's automobile en route to

Invariable and will be strictly- adhered'- -to.- New Firm for less money than I couldof Several local citizens will be asso- Kissimmee yesterday, was thrown

Subscribers desiring. The Sentinel discontinued you, and I have been going there." ciated with Mr. Leu, and the institution against the top of the car when the
tool4 notify the office in writing on Mr. Merchant: "What prices "are will be known as the ConsumersIce machine struck a bad bump in the
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rate, they giving you?" Company.- Lakeland Morning road. He was severely bruised and OUR CORSETS

until Telephone-notice Numb to stop r .la...received................... 2* Mr. J: "Why, this, and that, etc." Star. his back wrenched. lie was brought .
Mr. Merchant:: : "Why, Mr.: J., I back to Orlando immediately by Mr
SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1913.; will sell to you just Las cheaply as Get the news In the Sentinel first. Woodruff.ORLAND v

r they, or more so. You know I have __ __---m _ ___ _
DESTINED TO ACCOMPLISH always treated you pretty well," etc., I

Kissimmee yesterday a Central Mr. Consumer, don't you see and
Florida Highway Association was 1 understand that if it were not for the

formed. Nine counties were repre- new firm, :Mr.: J. would be paying the SUNDAY DINNER 50 CENTSWE
sented. The prime object of the meet- same old schedule of prices, and thatit ,
ing was to endorse a route for the is not because the merchant has
proposed Dixie highway through any love for :Mr.: J. that he is makingthe

Florida, a link in the stretch between low prices, but because of com- !
Chicago and :Miami. As the name of petition? > .
C the association indicates, a central, If you will calmly think this over Soup Mashed Potatoes Candied Sweets aO

representative route was endorsed, you will conclude that :Mr.: J. owes Chicken, a la Reine or Consomme Asparagus on Toast Spiced Beets L
running from the Georgia line to Live his patronage to the new firm that Royal Steamed RiceDessert

Oak or Lake City, through Gaines- made the lower prices possible, and Iced Celery Sliced Cucumbers

ville, Ocala, Orlando, Kissimmee, Ar- that if the new firm should, for any Fillet of Trout, Hollandaise Iced Tapioca Custard
cadia, thence east to West Palm reason become eliminated, he would Pommes Brabant Corn Bread Green Apple, Meringue Pie
Beach and :Miami. Whether the Dixie soon be paying the same old scheduleof Patties of Veal, a Maryland Strawberry Jelly

,'" Highway Commission selects this prices. Beignet Souffle, aux Saboyan Vanilla Ice Cream and Cake
route or not remains to be seen. Every Let your best business judgment Prime Ribs of Western Beef, Natural Coffee Demi Tasse
pressure from inland Florida will dictate to you in this matter.A Supreme of Chicken, Cardinal We also serve our usual 3.>c. Dinner

be brought to bear on the commission, CONSUMER.ON Tomatoes Mayonaise:: White Service in Cafe.
which meets at Chattanooga May 20.
_.._ _.
--- --
If the commission does not favor this THE STORK SPECIALA I

route, much good for the future wel- -
fare of the state can be accomplishedfrom baby girl weighing 8 1-2 pounds .
an association of this kind. A arrived yesterday at the home of :Mr.: 1 1IIL 1

stimulus will be given for the improvement and Mrs. R. S. Brown, 715 East .
of inland Florida highwaysand Washington street. The little daughter -

lateral roads. The next meetingof was promptly named "DorothyMay
the association will be held at Or- Brown." Mother and baby are

lando June 10, and in addition to the reported as doing nicely. :Mr.: Brownis
nine charter member counties nine an upholsterer and furniture dealer. Economy is a virtue, but it must be

others are expected to rally to this practiced with discretion. To purchase an
o inexpensive corset manifests wisdom. but

OBSERVANCE OF LOST-Pair tortoise shell eye glasses. to buy a cheap corset spells folly.
Please return to Orlando Auto and
MOTHERS DAY. Supply Co. and receive reward. FOR RENT AND SALEThe
Mothers' Day is to be observed here 5-9-tf The front lacing principle did much for

today in a majority of the churches.
the comfort of women, but principle aloneis
White carnations, symbolic of mater-
nal devotion, will be the national flower. building muck land material in county and; labor.will trade P. for P. Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America not enough, it must be combined with

Impressive sermons will be de1iv4 McGraw, 202 E. Robinson. It
perfect design.
Street. Lot 671/4x332. House is modern and contains
ered. In most cases the official Moth-
.; ers' Day program, in general use FOR RENT-Until October 1, cheap, seven rooms.comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and and Smith is
Paquin is a designer, a
large furnished house, 8 rooms, on
., throughout the country and arranged bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
Lake Eola. Owner going North. Ad-
by Miss Ann Jarvis, of Philadelphia, dress W., Box 146, or phone 523. designer, both create, but how different
f who started the observance, will be 5-9-3tc their creations.
carried out. It includes a reading of
| the Mothers' Day prayer said in the WANTED-Young married woman
There makes of Corsets the
wants position as chambermaid, are many on
house of representatives, the Mothers'
waitress, care of children, or care of
Day proclamation of the president, a invalid. Address Mrs. La Plant, care market, some good, some bad, some indif-

. Mothers' Day recitation especially Sentinel. 5-9-lt ferent. Some are properly designed and
written by James Whitcomb Riley, a S. Y. WAY
presentation of the American flag, FOR SALE-Ford touring car, in ex- some poorly designed, some fit; others do .
cellent condition shock absorbers
; ; '
and the singing of the national not.
electric lights; extra tubes, etc. A
them. bargain. See S. B. Hutton, Box 696. Insurance and Real Estate Agent .
o 5-9-lt Ambition is a wonderful power, it is the

"Why not get wise in time Why
motive that prompts big things.
wait till it is too late t People all touring car, 1912 PHONE 172
model; over $50 worth of extras;
'1 over the country, north, south, east, must be sold before May 15. W. H. We are ambitious to have the finest
and west, are getting wise to the ruin- Palmer, 3 West Pine street. 5-9-3t
ous results of out of town buying. Corset Department in Central Florida.

Thinking people are now refusing to FOR RENT-Modern screened house bath of seven How far we have succeeded is known to
rooms, porch, large
patronize out of town houses. Are closets, gas and electric lights, closein almost every woman who studies ease,
we going to wait until we get run one block from M. E. church.
over before we get wise? Let us Phone 520, or inquire 312 North Main comfort and style in her daily life.
spend our time and money in build- street. 5-9-6t

ing up something that is ours. Pat- We make a distinct feature of the following -
ronage of home business means the "
makes believing they'
building up of a strong industrial -
community of our own. Neglect of the acme of style, fit and contour.
home business interests means the

building up of a machine that will one F FOR SALE Everjtluiv front Head to Foot BON TON ROYAL WORCESTER
day crush us without mercy. Let us
build for ourselves and for our friends ,
and neighbors. Let us get wise be- AMERICAN: LADY THE GOSSARD

fore it is too late. Hair Tonic HAIR
o TONI Prices range from-
"This is one of the peculiarly dangerous -
months to speculate in stocksin.
The others are July, January, Country estate of 350; PlastersE id' i $1.00 to $25.00 ,

: September, April, 1o"emberIarch:: acres, large two story r

June, December, August, October andFebruary..Mark dwelling, handsome lake Our. experienced corssetiere will be pleased
Twain. :
fl *- to ,
help you.
o r j-g .
"The man who invented the print- I

ing press did more than the man whogave L
the world gunpowder. The man

who invented the linotype did more
3-L &y
than the man who gave the world the Six acre grove, modern :

dreadnought."-Billy Sunday. cottage and out-buildings,

o $1000.00.
From various investigations, deni-
als, etc., the Telegram is firmly con-
.. vinced that no member of the legisla-
ture has taken a drink during the DICKSON IVES CO. j

whole time spent at Tallahassee. Isn't

that lovely-Lakeland Telegram. Call onS.G.Dolive

y If shots must fly and shells must Get it at

burst, & SonReal .DEPARTMENT STORE.

At home stay I-it's safety first.o < MERCK'SWe .. ..

"Observe all men; thyself most.- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe
Estate and
Insurance the
are nearest drug store
Franklin. Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy .

0 ORLANDO, FLORIDA PHONE 68 of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise
Sticking close to business doesn't
right prices
3 West Pine Second Floor
, mean sleeping on the job. :MERCK'S PHARMACY

Get the news in the Sentinel first. I THE REXALL STORE "

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Thursday, June 3rd, is the day that I
the stores will inaugurate their half 11 '
holiday schedule for the season, and
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK party had been arranged as.a surprisefor
prospective shoppers are urged to
Rolla and was highly successfuL I
Sunday, May 9. GRANDTOMORROW make a note of this and do their 1
Those Misses U
present were: Sophiaand
Mothef* Day. shopping early. The stores will closet I
Monday, May 10. Helen Lockhart, Colla Jane Doyle, I
noon for the rest of the day and I
Southern College Glee Club, at opera Ann Taylor, Frances and Henrietta
# house. the sales people will do as they please. i
Rock, Thelma Yelvington, Evelyn
Report of Civic League committee on
clean-up week. Gamble, Viola Rider, Marjorie Davis, I I
Tuesday, May 11. and Dorothy Seymour; the boys were WAS RE-ELECTED SECRETARYAt I o -- II'
Sorosis Club. Fred Burke, Frank Merck, Norman the meeting of the Orlando I II'l

Monthly Wednesday business meeting, May of 12.Suffrage Fudge, Howard Cook, Ha'esY oods, Lodge of Elks on Thursday evening,
League, 10 a. m., at Unity Chapel. Fildes Tresher, Donald Evans, Rob- \Ir.[ Justin Van Buskirk was unani-
Bachelor Girls, hostess, Miss Lillian ert Davis, Clarence Magruder, Dewey mously re-elected secretary of that 1,0 l
Smith. Hand, Clarence McKay, William Lew- thrifty organization. AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0 i ir
Young Matrons Card Club will be en- r
tertained by Mrs. Hal Bourne. ter, Foy Hammond. The jolly crowd "HER BITTER LESSON" .. We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. S. A. spent the evening pleasantly, with OSTEOPATHYDR. represent all that is not only newest and best. but that also is dif I

Robinson hostess. games, dancing, and light refresh- ferent from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
Thursday, May 13. A Kalem special feature complete -
Rosalind Club, gentlemen's evening, ments. :Mrs. Woods gave much pleasure visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry andprecious
dance. with her selection of music. in two parts. J. C. HOWELL stones
Sans Souci Club meets with Mrs Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Lege. "The brightness of her cheek would Kifksville Graduate & CO. JEWELERS
dI Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Naomi Feinberg shame those stars Consultation Free 16.AL ,
hostess. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan .dJ
Friday, May 14. As daylight doth a lamp; her eye in HoteL .
Miss Helen Virginia Hoskins, hostessat heaven,
masque party, on Lake Cherokee. Would the "HEARST SELIG NEWS PIC- Office Phone 719; Residence 1018 .
through airy region streamso
Orlando, Fla.
Nttllos Club, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles,
hostess. bright, TORIAL" -
Mrs. Thomas Rrodwater, hostess to That birds would sing, and think it
Bachelor Girls, in honor of :Miss were not night." HERE
Augusta Wright. Portraying all the interesting LucerneTOMORROW
The above words from "Romeo and
High School Classical Club entertainsthe : in selecting wall paper for yourt
Juliet" came to the mind of who events of the day.
Senior German Club. one
t home. Our stock contains all the lat-
--0- saw the handsome young matrons and
"THE AT est designs in such a varied assort-
CRUCIFIXION young ladies assembled at the McEl-
ment that are sure to find just
... roy home on Friday afternoon. There
the kind you have been looking for.
p. m. Program: of them
were fifty present and the
Tenor recik, "And They Came." observer believes that no handsomer THE LAST EPISODE OF"RUNAWAY Come in and see our offering and get
Bass solo, "The Agony"Tenor our prices. Y ou't1 be interested.
assemblage of young ladies can be JUNE"You
solo, "And They Laid.
found in any community, North, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
Bass recit., "I Am and Ye." South, East or West. Florida fresh HAIR"A simply cannot afford to miss

Chorus, "Processional." air and sunshine are best tonic and the 205 S. Orange Avenue:
Tenor solo, "How Sweet." beautifier. Vitagraph Comedy Featuring closing of this serial.

Chorus, "Then On to the End." COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 ;
Bass recit., "And When They." Clean-up week as conducted duringthe JOHN BUNNY i
Hymn No. 143, congregation.Bass week by the Woman's Civic "THE CRDISOIOTH" 1 a 1
recit., "He Made Himself." of Orlando, 1i
League was very success- Biograph special feature com-
Tenor solo, "King Ever Glorious." ful. A meeting will be held Mondayand
Bass recit., "And as Moses." plete in two parts.
a full report of the work accom- WRIGHT SEED COMPANY ]
Quartet, "God So Loved." plished will be rendered.
Hymn No. 146, congregation.Tenor -0- 5 cents 10 cents

recit, "Father, Forgive." :Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr yester- 'THE PRODUCT"A "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use j
Bass recit., "One of the." day entertained the Nullos Club, there
Hymn 272, congregation.Tenor being three tables of players. The Vitagraph Drama. Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

recit, "When Jesus." club will be entertained Friday by Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.

Bass recite, "It Is Nothing." Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles. International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs. l'
Chorus, "The Appeal." FIVE BIG REELS OF SPLEN- Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augus-

Tenor solo, "After This. :Miss Rose Powers, daughter of DID PICTURES tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal

Closing hymn, 481. Prof. Powers,- of Rollins College, is and Sudan Grass, Dasheens. ,

the week-end guest of Miss Gayle

Those who are fond of a catchy Miss ROOf GARDEN( BALCONY 5 CENTS TO
and bright little opera will without National Gayle Park Davis Seminary will entertain alumnae the ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results i

doubt be highly pleased with the performance Monday, :May 17, at her home on Lu-
of Pinafore next week,whenit
4 cerne Circle. TOMORROW"THE 1
wilt be staged at the opera house 1j

entirely by local talent. It first appeared SOCIALISTS FREE PUBLIC

in London about thirty-seven 1 DEBATEBy TROUBADOUR"A FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM B. O'NEAL i
years ago, and had an unprecedented !

run both in England and the United M. RicenesA Mexican Drama complete in .

States, and has been a great favor- free 1
public debate was held last Established 1886
ite with amateurs. It two; parts."THE .
was put on at night at the Labor Hall under the
the Hippodrome in New York city auspices of the Socialist Party, and

three years ago' and its appearance the wage system was discussed. Mau-

was hailed with delight. The music, rice S. Nessim made a history of the GRAND OPENING OF CURTIS & O'NEAL j
while not difficult, is inspiring, the system embracing the patriarchal jJ

dialogues are full of wit, and the epoch, the mediaeval age and the THE WORLD'S ONLY J

stage work pretty and pleasing. The present time. Dr. Howell got up and
rehearsals are well' attended and full INSURANCE LOANS
developed the theory of the wage sys-
of interest and :Mr. Carr is working tem under a Socialistic government.

indefatigably to make it a creditable Fuller said that under the '
fIrs. pres-
performance :MendelssohnClub. ent
system the masses of the peopleare /"PLAYMATES"Sterling
unjustly exploited, and that they
-0- should be awakened to improve the Comedy. .1
EPW.ORTH LEAGUERS existing conditions. Mrs. Daughertywas
thanked for the Socialist flag she
evening at 6:45 anniversary made and the meeting was adjournedwith t
day's service will be held at the the hope of repeating period- THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE
League, to which every member is ically.
.. requested to attend. A special pro- CITY For Sale I

gram has been prepared. Strangerswill Guests registering at the San Juan

be cordially welcomed. hotel yesterday include W. E. Swanson

NOTES Columbus, Ohio; T. F. Gillett-, 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price 1;

"* SOCIETY Tampa; R. H. Alderman and wife,
OF INTEREST. Sutherland; II. T. Niver, SL Peters- J
$4500.00. A bargain.:
About twenty-five young friends of burg; T. J. Flippin, Baltimore; H.
Rolla N. Seymour, Jr., appeared at Parker, W. V. Tower, M. C. Dent, Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

his home on High street Friday evening Geo. Armsperger, New York; Wright --
regardless of the rain. Four Ellis, Jacksonville; L. L. Hunt, W. J.
young people arrived during the shower. Rice B. F. Roe, Kenansville; T. P. ,

Their reason for stopping was to Livingston, Augusta; W. R. Chandler, ARCADEMILK .1

secure shelter from the rain. The Jonesboro, Ga.; E. O. McLean, Yorks- ,
rest of the crowd came later. The ville.


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Lake Site NOTCE OF ELECTION number. Lath and Sl-lingles
SENTINEL Notice is hereby given to the reg-
istered voters of Ocoee that there will
be an election held at that place on
t, Monday, June 7, 1915, to decide upon
WANTSThe incorporating the town. 5-7-4W r
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Two f PHONE 646

Morning Sentinel Want For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
Directory is the Greatest Want ()ItLAN"DOJ
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-

f. Terms Cash in Advance. BARNARD & SON

136 acres with beautiful fron- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day _____________23t<< 12-10-im Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c
$15 per acre. For Six Days ______________75c --- --- ----.,-- -
For One Month ____________$2.50 r.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- Dr. S. S. Jones
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for CHIROPRACTOR
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in-
sertion. < 4 graduate Davenport College, 17 and
If you can't bring your ad to 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- 209. Intelligent people everywhereare YES WE BELIEVE IN
counts opened by telephone will be being restored to health by chiro- ,
payable the following day. practic adjustments the new scienceof "
removing the cause of disease. Examination -
Every Home-Every Business- free. 12-24-1mo CLEAN UP WEEK
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a \<

W.tkln. Block PHONE 104, Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST

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FOR 90 DAYSYou 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
FOR SALE-One or two fine lake
front lots for sale, on Great Con- 0'N eals.
can buy foundation way lake. Good shore, high site.
stone building blocks, side- Address "High Site" Sentinel office. We believe in making Orlando clean and neat, thus deserving -
walk tile In 5-6-6t DoctorsBiickiimstcr
or anything my
the name City Beautiful. Also we believe that
line at reduced. Call around FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car,
and let me surprise you on 5 passenger, in good condition; ex- & Briindagc the place to begin to clean up is inside the home, and "No .

prices. tra equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue OSTEOPATHS Home Is Better Than Its Kitchen." In other words, we
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
F. D. GORE, 5-8-lmoc Personal instruction under Dr. Still ) believe you should begin Clean-Up Week by buying a nice

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. FOR SALE-Ford runabout, full at Kirksville, Mo. new
equipment, electric lights, electric 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Nothing charged at these priceOSTEOPATH*.- horn, shock absorbers. A bargain.Act National Bank. Phone 578.
quick. Ford Garage, Church St.
I 5-7-3tc -- GAS RANGEto

FOR SALE-Typewriter box, leather,
steel ribbed, strong and durable Orlando Wood Yard
with lock, key and handle; dust proof make your kitchen clean and sweet, and then you will
and new. Inquire at Sentinel office. I
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 5-7-6t Removed from Pine St. two blocks have more time Jo_beautify the rest_of-your home and the
Office corner Orange Avenue and north on Railroad, west end Wash- -
city. .. 2
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., FOR SALEA k. ..
ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
clean nice cash business for a
Phone 419.Clean.
hustler, on easy terms; requires only all times.
small cash payment, balance to suit ,
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. -

: Up FOR 4-9-tf SALE-Good Kentucky mare, B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE .

years old, wagon and harness. A
fine bargain at $150. Call on or ad- 3UDON'T
dress Maitland M. P.Fla.Wallam, R. F. D.5-4-6t No. 1, ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

Buy your Cleaning
Materials of us. cottage, seven rooms and bath GAS DEPARTMENT
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
Brooms 2-23-tf WORRY


Soaps FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping -I I! If you are disappointedabout r
or room and board, in private Eas-
Powders getting a new
Washing family; terms reasonable. 10
Gould street or apply Sentinel. ter Suit,we can put your
Soap PowdersBuy 5-6-61 old one in good condi- Service will Service will
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Start Srthg Start
a can of Lay-U- FOR six RENT-On months at Colonial very reasonable Drive, for tion ions.for just such occas May 10th May 10thIn

terms, five
housekeeping rooms to
Dust. adults only. Modern and furnished.
Inquire at 406 Colonial Drive, east.

CARUTHERS & GORE FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms Dry Cleaning all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

in new house. Cheap for summer. Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands .
Special rates by the 406 Mar-
New Modern G Grocery garet street. year. 5-4-6t Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the summer the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or- .

Phone 200 Yancey., or by the year cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
: An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free
6 and 8 East Pine St.
i at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf COOLER Free of Charge. .

BUYERS AND SELLERS and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per

I buy, sell rent and exchange real I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., gallon.No
over 30 years. Have handled over [Floral Designs deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
20000000. Call and see me.
$2.00TAMPA 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.


WANTED-Second hand safe, me- Ph.D. M
.Violet Dell Florist THOMAS R. BAKER
dium size; must be cheap. J. Van
Buskirk, Room 3, Rock Bldg., city. Rollins College, Florida. -
5-8-3t Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1015H.

WANTED-Grove, truck garden, or J. M. CARUTHERSPhone B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and small farm to care for. Address Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
Room 4,19 W. Church street, Orlando, brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
Fla. 5-8-3t 509. 408 South Lake St.

WANTED having fifteen POSITION-A years experience young man in COLOR _________________________________CIear.

I MONDAY MAY 10th where department ability stores and merit desires would position war- Under New ManagementSmyth REACTION -None.Neutral
: } rant advancement. Best references. FREE AMONIA -
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-2S-tf House ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA -None.
CHLORIDE _.-6 Parts per 10000000.35 grains per gallon.
Tickets good on TO ECHANGE-For house and lot TOTAL SOLIDS _-________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon. "
Regular Trains in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _Trace I

r railroad set to budded and brick trees road two; 12 acres, 9 One Block from Court House HARDNESS _38 parts per 10000002.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit \ 13thVIA years ago; 3
May acres unimproved; extra good land. The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
of the
t LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via Rates by Day or Week. Summer body.
the Atlantic Coast The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the. spring water and its very small
Friday, Rates Now On.
Atlantic Coast Line May 14. 2:43 p.m. Rate $17.60. See amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
506 Mr. LeRoy Thompson P. O. Box 783, :MRS. J. H. McCAMY quality.A .
tification Lexington cards street.from Get depot your or iden-city very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than one-fourth
r Standard Railroad of the South ticket agent.Umbrellas. of the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates fpund in many waters of this region, and
just about enough, as many authorities think for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
recovered and repaired the body. Yours respectfully, "
c "while you wait" at Young's Repair CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOS P. BAKER.
Shop. 21 JC. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

I, Daily reading of Sentinel ads is 371
(f) sure profit. Don't pass that part of West Jefferson Street
l"- the paper by. I
Quite a lot of boys' pants sizes 11
DR. L H. RAMSDELi to 17, will be sold far less than cost, Hand Wood CompanyWood
; OPTOMETRIST) SALE. 5-5-3t : of All Kinds

ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES Quickest results, and the kind that PROMPT SERVICE \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 i I

AND DO ALL KINDS OF are worth money, are the kind you I REASONABLE PRICES
OPTICAL REPAIRING "*" get through Sentinel want ads.
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ESTATE TRANSFERS I BY U. S. OPPOSITION Tallahassee Fla.-Chances for Florida I

boasting at least fifty-two coun- $16.60 to WW

Mrs. J. M. Bass to O. W. Rounds son and Elliott; blocks. Tokio, Thursday*-World wide pub- ties following the close of the present I RICHMOND Ak.
and wife; lot. I M. J. Daetwyler and wife to Cath- lication of Japan's demands on China session of the legislature now seem
Dr. C. D. Christ and wife to J. E. arine E. Curtis; lot. and reports of growing opposition to exceedingly bright. While there was _
Lynes; six lots. Jas. G. Yeats and wife to J. D. them in England and the United one time a probability that the proposed j June 1-2-3 1915

M. J. Daetwyler to R. J. Waldronet Henderson; lots. States have greatly embarrassed the I Bloxham county would meet ill I
a!.; lot. I Van :\Morgan- to Belton Long; ;I Japanese government. fate at the hands of the legislators, i (CONFEDERATEVETERANS

E.'''& Eshelman to Donald G. Mc four lots. I i Various political associations are the advocates of the measure succeeded I
Kay; 2lots.Emeline Catharine D. Starbuck to W. K.I I,clamoring for drastic measures in working up a formidable sup- I i

e M. Prince, ex., to Inez F'I I O'Neal; lot. !I(I against China and everybody is discussing port and when the bill came up for
Bellows lot. I Carrie W. Temple and husband to l final passage in the house late Thursday -
; the possibility of war. All I I
R. D. Waring and wife to AddisonB. I IF. W. Shepherd; lot, $3,000. (I I factions are united in favor of the establishment afternoon it went through by a I U REUNION
Grove and A. Mallory; two lots.J. Guy Thomas to P. B. Wicoff; lot. of a predominating Japanese vote of over two to one. Fortyfivevotes 1 = bfr
II. Thompson to T. Hand. I Louis Graham to Frank L. Helms; t influence in China, regarded as were cast for its creation as : 1Tickets on Sale May 29tK to June 2nd.
State of Florida to Florida Good lot. I the natural field for the needed Jap- against twenty against.The !I k inc,limited to June 10th Extension and
Homes Co.; six lots, 112 acres. (I Thos. M. Henkel to Adelbert W.I anese expansion. legislature has already created j -s" stop-over privileges. For
I th
Catharine D. Starbuck to Robt. Gin- Mason; lot. The semi-official is urging the Broward out of parts of Dade and r.i d rates, schedulesrese
lach lot. I Thos. M. Henkel to Arthur Schultz; I I press Palm Beach counties. This bill has ; ; nations, etc,call on
; government to stand firm in spite of
R. J. Waldron and wife to Jno. C. lots.Jno. I'i foreign criticism, declaring failure of also been signed by the governor and W. R. O'NEALCity
Dale and wife; lot. M. Love to AUie Love; 21-2 the negotiations would be a profound the new county is a fact. Pass and

Daetwyler and Waldron to F. W. acres. I I disappointment to the Japanese peo- There appears little doubt but that iiltilllllllllllUlllllll l Illllil Ticket Agent Z
lot. the Bloxham county bill acted upon INE
; F. W. Shepherd and wife to Nettie ple.
Munger Land Co. to Earl Bower; Olin Barbour; lots. i I i favorably by the house will be passedby '
the senate.
lot. Elizabeth J. Smith et al. to Brant- i i Mr. A. G. Payne, Florida passenger
Orlando Florida Farms Co. to Ber- STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
ley M. Jordon and husband; lot. agent of the Louisville & Nashville
tram Pillatt; lot. Plat of Ross and HowelTs additionto i railroad, with headquarters in Jacksonville I You need not leave your desk when i I .
Overstreet Crate Co. to the Over- 'I Orlando. I spent yesterday in Orlando in want of printing-just 'phone us : :
street Turpentine Co.; 280 acres. :I looking after the general interests of J+and our representative will calL The I
Dr. Calvin D. Christ to Thos. B. : Try Job Department
Mrs. II. C. Fulton, guard. to II. C. I his road. J number is 24.
Mathers; deed, $857.14. Brodwater; lot. 'I -
I Munger Land Co. to E. Allen Ma-
Harriet C. Fulton to II. ;

lots, $6,000. cey; lots. TAKE A LOOK AT THIS MOTORCYCLE
Florence E. McDaniel and heirs to 4
Richard M. Cone; lot. BUILDING PERMITSF. I
Ashley J. Lindsay and wife to Chas. I
N. Boardman; repairs and alterations -
Johns; lot, ten acres.
on brick block, 104-110
,. T. A. Yancey to J. F. Schumann; (
South Orange avenue.
$85, lots.
I Frank Hyers; auto garage, shingle
Jas. N. G. Singleton to Jas. F. Wat-
roof, frame, cement block foundation,
kins $10, lots.Robinson .
; COS West Amelia avenue; C. P. Bar- ARIE
and Kenrick to F. F. Mar-
tholomew, contractor, $100.
zahn; 20 acres. Bedford Everingham; frame addi-

U. S. A. to Flory Gregory; 114 tion to old house, 4 block D, Sperry

acres.J. and Granniss addition, $400.

D. McMillans to Ad. to Winter Lulu Dallas Farrar; five room, one j4RLty.D4VlDSo.

Garden. story frame building, in block B of

Eliza Jones and husband to John- Groves addition, $600.

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$4,500,000 have been made by the gen-
1 JacksonviUe.-l\Iayor Van C. Swear-
eral conference commission on financeof
ingen will deliver the address of wel- the Methodist Episcopal church to

come to delegates to the annual con- carry on the work of the church
vention of the state organization of
throughout the world, it was an-
funeral directors and embalmers nounced today.
which will be held in Jacksonville on

May 11, 12 and 13. President S. B.
"Yes we know war is hell, but what
Harris of St. Petersburg will respond.Mr. .
are you going to do about it-sit I 1915 Harley-Davidson---For Side Car Service.
down and let your business go to

A. II. McIntyre, the popular war-Graphica.
traveling' representative of the Skin- I EIG-ST.: :, A gent

ner Manufacturing company, Dunedin, When your business runs down,

., business.Fla., spent yesterday in Orlando on treat as you would a clock and windit : PHONE 444 "GOOD AND BAD CIGAR:STORE."

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will send for my coat and we will ing to her. She transcribed it with house. He walked swiftly I whatever the penalty may be! It IB

. If you like." he suggested. beating heart: up the drive and turned toward the for her sake-to find her-that I broke
6nf smiled O. K. Coming. garage hoping every moment to see out of prison and that I am trying to

am going the other way back to S e e a a e something of Lenora. The door of the keep free. The wisest thing to do.

square" she explained. "No The guard swung open the wicketin place stood open. He entered and from my own point of view would bet

don't ring. I can find my own front of Quest's celL walked around. It was empty. There to give myself up. I can't bring myself
out. "Young woman to see you. Quest. was no sign of either Craig or Le- to do that without knowing what

hurried from the room. Outside he announced. "Ten minutes and no nora! has become of her."
hall she paused for a moment loud talking please." Quest recovered from his first disappointment The professor nodded again.

: sill with beating heart. By the Quest moved to the bars. It was stole carefully out and "A charming and well-bred young
wall was a hat rack with branch- Laura who stood there. She wasted made a minute examination of the woman she seems." he admitted. "I
pegs from which several coats very little time in preliminaries. Having place. Close to the corner from which fear that I should only be a '- t&ler

hanging. She slipped quietly be- satisfied herself that the guard Lenora had sent her wireless messageto In your profession. Quest but if

their shelter. was out of bearing she leaned as close him he stooped and picked up a there is anything I can do depend

1Iiii moment or two later she heard I as she could to Quest. handkerchief which from the markinghe upon me. Personally. I am convincedthat

pp E. PhilliPs s.: professor leave the house. Very I "Look here" she said "Lenora's recognized at once. A few feet Craig will return to me with

she stole out from her hid- crazy with the idea that Craig has away the gravel was disturbed as some plausible explanation as to what

I place. The hall was empty. She done these Jobs-Craig, the profes- though by the trampling of several has happened."
Novelized from the Photo Play of the Same Name.
Quest for the third fourth
Film Manufacturing It with noiseless footsteps sor's servant you know. We used the feet. He set his teeth. or time
_into the study and moved phototelesme yesterday afternoon and "I've got to find that girl* he mut moved cautiously toward the window.

SYNOPSIS. "Come to the fireplace. There was saw him burn something in the pro- tered. "Craig can go to h-1!" His expression suddenly changed. He

Tombs !I heap of ashes in one distinct fessor's study. Lenora. went up He turned away and approached the glanced suddenly downward frowned

Sanford Quest master criminologist of The She gathered them up in her straight away and got hold of the house. The front door stood open slightly.
the world finds that In bringing Justice parted : and secreted It In her ashes." and he made his way at once to the "They're after me!" he exclaimed."Sit .
of Lord
Uacdougal. the murderer "
Ashlelgh's daughter he has but just en- room on 'i. and quietly left the house. "Smart girl." Quest murmured nod- library. The professor who was sitting still professor.
tered a llfe-and-death struggle with hidden a and I II I. Georgia square she found Laura ding approvingly. "Well?" at his desk surrounded by a pile He darted into his room and reap-
mysterious master In a
hut In Professor Ashlelgh's garden he has I empty for her, and a few minutes af "There are distinct fragments of books and papers addressed him. peared again almost immediately. The
seen an anthropoid ape skeleton and aliving I ward the two girls were examining Laura continued"of embroidered stuff as he entered without looking up. professor gave a gasp of astonish

half man.Inhuman destroyed creature by fire.half In his monkey rooms and I'I ashes with the aid of Quest's mi- such as the Salvation Army girl might "Where on earth have you been. ment at his altered appearance. Ills
at Interval have appeared from nowhere opened it Among the little pile was Craig he inquired petulantly. "I have tweed suit seemed to have been turned

threatening two black notes boxes signed with with sarcastic a pair and of both pored fragment at the sight of which rung for you six times. Have I not inside out There were no lapels now

armies, threatening hands representing I I i "'. both exclaimed. It was distinctly told you never to leave the place with- and it was buttoned up to his neck. He n
- those diamond which robbery.have already With his figured secretary.In a' sider ball! of charred muslin embroidery. out orders?" wore a long white apron; a peakedcap

Laura and his assistant Lenora he follow -!: Thorpe pointed toward It triumphant- "It Is not Craig." Quest replied quietly and a chinpiece of astonishing
the trail of MacdougaU who escaped this stuff! "It Is I, professor-Sanford Quest" naturalness had transformed him into
hl to and finds Macdou
on way prtaon.
gal* dead body In a cave on a lonely I ing the that evidence?" she demand- The professor swung round in his the semblance of a Dutch grocer's boy.
hillside. After a thrilling escape from guess the "Let's ring up Inspector French!" chair and eyed his visitor in blank "I'm off professor" Quest whis-
. two thugs who try to kill him he returns
to his rooms to find his valet. Ross when he shook her head doubtfully. astonishment. pered. "You shall hear from me soon.I .
Brown and a Miss Qulgg murdered and up the so fast" she advised. "French "Quest r he exclaimed. "God bless have not been here remember!"
Police Inspector French Investigating.
French puzzled half suspects Quest of the whole good sort in his way but he's my soul! Have they let you out already He ran lightly down the steps and
the crime. Lenora Just now against the boss. then?" Into the kitchen picked up a basket

"The not sure that this evidence would "I came out" Quest replied grimly. filled it haphazard with vegetables and
FIFTH INSTALLMENTON ; man." she by Itself." "Sit tight and listen to me for a threw a cloth over the top. Then he

to ask you evidence enough for us to go to moment will you?" made his way to the front door peeredout
THE RACK.CHAPTER his though! What we have get to "You came out?" the professor repeated for a moment, swung through it ..

"Can't to get a confession out of him. looking a little dazed. "You on to the step and. turning round
XII. admitted. !" mean you escaped?" commenced to belabor it with" his flit
For the moment a new element had
"Twice. studied her companion for a Quest nodded. Two plain-clothes men stood at the
been Introduced Into the horror of the
thought he curiously. "Perhaps I made a mistake he admitted end of the street A police automo-
little tableau. All were fixed -T
eyes upon
you he some interest in :Mr. Quest "but here I am. Now listen. bile drew up outside the gate. Inspector
Quest who listened to the Inspector'sdubious
time." ain't you?" professor." And he told the story of French attended by a policeman
words with a supercilious "What looked up. Then her head the last few hours. stepped out The former looked search-

mile upon "his lips. Laura sank into her hands. She The professor's face was almost piti- ingly at Quest
"Perhaps. he suggested you would" "At quite well that her secret had ful in its blank amazement. His "Well, my boy what are you doing
like to ask few ? I
me a I
moving her. Laura patted her shoul- mouth was wide open like a child's here?" he asked.
"Perhaps I may feel It my duty to
i, give me words seemed absolutely denied to "I cannot answer yet, Quest replied -
do so" the Inspector replied gravely."In .
going to all right child. she said him. He rose to his feet obviouslya in broken English. "Ten min-
the first place then. Mr. Quest
Laura "Well see him through tremendous effort to adjust his uts already have I wasted.,, I have
will kindly explain the conditionof
you knocked at all the doors.
strument somehow or other. ideas.
your clothes? professor ," exclaimed Lenora. "we will "Craig locked up In my garage?" French smiled.
Quest shrugged his shoulders. .
"Have :Mr. Quest and we will get hold he murmured. "Craig guilty of those "You run along home" he said "and
"Here then" he replied.
you are. edition I have a plan. Listen!" murders? Why my dear Mr. Quest tell your master that he had better
"This morning I decided to make an
"I harmless leave off delivering goods here for the
a more a more Inoffensive
of t
attempt to clear up the mystery
Macdougal's disappearance. I sent on lady." the CHAPTER XIII. .,i peace-loving and devoted servant than present"
"Let me John Craig never trod this earth!" Quest went off grumbling. French
my secretary. Miss Laura to make
friends with the section boss and about Mr. surprise was real enough "Maybe. Quest replied "but whereis opened the door with a master key
Lenora opened the back door of the pro- he?" and secured It carefully, leaving one of
Lenora and I went out by automobilea
count of house on the following morn- The professor could do nothing but his men to guard It. He searched the
little later. We Instituted a searchon
before newspaper. and found Lenora standing on the "If You Move I Shall Shoot Youl" look around him a little vaguely."I rooms on the ground floor and finally
a new principle very
the two have been am going back" Quest announced."My ascended to Quest's study. The professor
long we found Macdougal's body.That's ., wearing. We put them on
ror. They smiled pleasantly. only chance is the wireless. If was still enjoying his cigar.
one up against you. I think In- one side but they ain't enough evi
seated In to this door" she said '"be "Say where's Quest?" the inspector
spector." came dence. Lenora's Idea Is that you Lenora Is alive or at liberty she will
umes by I wanted a little talk with you." communicate with me." asked promptly.
should hold of and
"Very likely the Inspector ob get Craig hypnotize
and attitude was perfect He was I "Have you let him out already the
served. "Go on. please." a pen him Into a confession. "May come too? the professor
but he remained respectful professor replied In a tone of mild
even asked
"I left the two young ladies at Miss "That's all right Quest replied
his face I 'm come inside?" he Invited. surprise. "I thought he was In the
as you "Come by all means Quest assent
Lenora's wish to superintend the removal "but how am I to get hold of him?
denly I shook her head. ed. "I will drive down in Tombs prison."
you your
of the body. I myself had an I Laura glanced once more carelessly
I afraid." she confided "of what The inspector pressed without
am on
gripped car if you like.
engagement to deliver over her jew- : declared."I around to where the guard stood. "
of going to being overheard. answering. Every room in the house
els to Mrs. Rhelnholdt here at mid : say "Lenora's gone up to the professor's The professor hurried away to get
and Craig with me down to the garage his coat and hat, and a few minutes was ransacked. Presently he came
day. I returned to where my automo- again afternoon. She is going to
for a a moment" later they started off. In Broadway back to the room where the professor
bile was waiting started for the city try and get hold of Craig and lock him
glanced opened the doors of the garage they left the car at a garage and
and was attacked by two thugs near in the garage. If she succeeds she
, the section house. I got away from sor, who the keys in the lock and they will send a message by wireless at made their way up a back street which

them ran to the tower house to try trance. passed inside. three o'clock. It Is half-past two enabled them to enter the house at
" and stop the freight was followed by ward the can say what you please here now." the side entrance. They passed up-

[ the thugs and Jumped out on to the committed the slightest fear of being "Well?" Quest exclaimed. "Well?" stairs into the sitting-room. Quest

last car from the signal arm." The relief miss" Craig remarked. "You can work" this guard. If you fetched the pocket wireless and laid it .-_ _ _
was nodded and breathed a down on the table. The professor examined _
"Where Is your automobile want to" Lenora went on. "I have _
"All to herself. She was nearer
I it with interest
"No Idea. Quest replied. "I left It seen you tackle worse cases. He seems
t In the road. When I jumped from the lady I door than Craig by about half a dead easy. Then let me in the cell "You are marvelous my friend"
He laid paces. Her hand groped in the he declared. "With all these resourcs
freight car I took a taxicab to the pro take my clothes and leave me here.
fessor's and called for him. as art bag she was carrying and Quest followed the scheme In his of science at your command It seems
ranged." something hard. She clenched mind quickly."It incredible that you should be in the
teeth for a moment Then the .
The Inspector nodded. is all right" he decided "but I position you are.
t "I shall have to ask you to excuse pistol flashed out through am not at all sure that they can really Quest nodded coolly. 4Y

me for a moment. he said "while I gloom. hold me on the evidence they have "Just one moment professor whileI
ring up number ten signal tower. If ," she threatened" "if you got If they can't, I shall be doing my- send off a message; he said open- "

Mr. Quest's story receives corrobora- I shall shoot you. self more harm than good in this ing the little Instrument "Where are
tion the matter Is at an end." seemed as though the man were way." you Lenora?" he signaled. "Send me 1?
i He began to tremble his word and I will fetch you. I am in my
The Inspector left the room almost "It's no use unless you can get hold
immediately.When twitched his eyes grew larger of Craig quickly" Laura said. "He Is own house for the present Let me

he returned he was looking rounder. getting the scares as It Is.. know that you are safe."
\ is It?" he faltered. "What
r'' graver than ever."Quest" "Ill do It," Quest decided. "Call the The professor leaned back smokingone k :
he announced "your alibis you want? guard Laura." t of Quest's excellent cigars. He

t useless-In fact a little worse than this." Lenora said firmly. "I She obeyed. The man came good- was beginning to show signs of the
to be guilty of the crime
you liveliest interest
useless. The operator at number ten naturedly toward them. -T
t has been found murdered at the back which Sanford Quest Is in prison. Quest looked at him steadfastly "Quest" he said "I wish I could Induce ;

i t of the tower!" going to have you questioned. through the bars. you to dismiss this extraordinary

Quest started. are innocent you have nothing "I want you to come Inside for a supposition of yours concerning my
If you are guilty there will servant Craig. The man has been with
"I ought not to have left him to moment, Quest repeated softly. "Un-
those thugs. he murmured regret- I here before long who will look the door please take the key off me for the best part of twenty years.
fully. I the truth from you." your bunch and come Inside." He saved my life in South America; %:..'. '"

t "There Is no automobile of yours In r man's face was an epitome of The man hesitated but all the time we have traveled in all parts of the

, the vicinity" the inspector continued I Even his knees shook. Lenora his fingers were fumbling with the world. He has proved himself to be With Marvelous Rapidity, the Change

. "nor any news of it I think it will" be herself grow calmer with every keys. Quest's lips continued to move. exemplary a faithful and devoted Was Effected.was .
I .
. as well now Quest for this matter to The warder opened the door and en servant" still sitting. His usually good-
take its obvious course. Will you. I "am going outside to send a mes tered. A few minutes later Quest "Then perhaps you will tell me," humored face was a little clouded.

s first of all. hand over her Jewels to she" told him. "I shall return passed the key through the window to Quest suggested "where he Is now "Professor" he began- "What's the

t: Mrs. Rheinholdt?" "The I Laura, who was standing on guard. and why he has gone away? That matter. Miles?"
Quest drew the keys of the safe go he begged suddenly. Without a word, and with marvelous does not look like complete Innocence A plainclothes man from the street
, from his pocket crossed the room and reflection leave me! I am Innocent I rapidity the change was effected. does IU"The had come hurrying into the room.

t swung open the safe door. For a moment Lenora : done nothing rong. If you keep Laura produced from her handbag a professor sighed."I "Say, Mr. French" he reported "our
f afterwards he stood transfixed.His her coat here you will do more harm than wig. which she pinned inside her hat cannot stay here much longer unless fellows have got hold of a newsie

arm. half outstretched remained ing on the I can dream of." and passed over to Quest Then she I mean t
motionless. Then he turned slowly "I am is for other people to decide flung herself on Jo the bed and drew Quest declared. along 'way round the back and saw 1' .
around. j fessor's." your innocence." Lenora said the blanket up to her chin. "Surely" the professor suggested two men enter this house by the side

"The Jewels have been stolen." he "What "I have nothing to do with "How long will he stay like that?" "your innocence will very soon be es- entrance half an hour ago. One he

; announced with unnatural calm. 1 there If you" are vise you will stop she whispered pointing to the warder tablished r described exactly as the professor ..

L The Inspector laid his hand heavily I I "I am quietly. who was sitting on the floor with his "There is one thing which will happen here. The other without a doubt was 1
' upon Quest's shoulder. I what that you said anything to Mr. arms folded and his eyes closed. without a doubt" Quest replied. Quest"

"You will kindly consider yourself "I will be miss?" the man asked pite- "Half and hour or so" Quest answered "My auto and the chauffeur will be die French turned swiftly toward the

, under arrest. Quest. Ladles and gen 1 Laura "Don't bother about him. I covered. I have Insisted upon Inquiries professor.

, tlemen awill you clear the room now street a word. shall drop the key back through the being sent out throughout the stateof "You hear what this man says?"
. If you please. The ambulance I telephoned Lenora expression of relief shone for a window." Connecticut They tell me, too, he exclaimed. Mr. Ashleigh you're
for Is outside." !, professor's upon his face. Lenora point Quest reached Georgia square at that the police are hard on the scent fooling me! You entered this house

The professor who had been lookIng I her to a stooL five minutes to three. A glance up of Red Gallagher and the other man. with Sanford Quest You will haveto

r as though dazed suddenly Intervened seemed to down there and wait quietly" and down assured him that the house Unless they get wind of this and sell tell us where he Is hiding.

I "Well ordered. was unwatched. He let himself In me purposely their arrest will be the The professor knocked the ash from

} "Mr. French." he said earnestly. "I said obeyed without a word. She with his own key. threw Laura's end of my troubles. To tell you the his cigar and replaced It in his mouth.

f am convinced that you are making a II can do? I the place locked the door se clothes off. and, after a few moments' truth professor." Quest concluded. "It His clasped hands rested In frontof

to great mistake. In arresting and taking -( She and made her way round to the hesitation sefected from the ward- is not of myself I am thinking at all him. There was a twinkle of something ..
away Mr. Quest you are removing which he side of the garage-the side robe a rough tweed suit with a thick Just now. It la Lenora. like mirth In his eyes as he

{ from us the one man who Is likely tot I upon his from the house. Here at the lining and lapels. Just as he was The professor Lodded sympathet- glanced up at the inspector."Mr. .

be able to clear up this mystery. corner she drew a little pocket tying his tie, the little wireless whichhe ically. French." he said "Mr. Sanford

! The inspector pushed him gentlyto Mr. Quest from her bag and set it on had laid on the table at his side "The young lady vho shut Craig up Quest Is my friend. I am here in

one side. 1It j would window sill Very slowly she sent began to record a message. He glancedat : In the garage you mean? A plucky charge of his house. Believing as I

t. "You will excuse me professor." he !J could message: the clock. It was exactly three. young woman she must be." do that his arrest was an egregious

' said "but this Is no matter for arguer I The I have Craig here in the professor's Quest's eyes shone for a moment "She has a great many other good blunder I shall say or do nothing likely

ment. If Mr. Quest can clear himself his locked up. If our plan has with satisfaction. Then he sent off qualities besides courage" Quest de to afford you any information.

t no one will be more glad than I." tate. He come at once. I am wait- his answering message put on a dus- clared. "Women have not counted French turned Impatiently away.

. Quest shrugged his shoulders. I' "If. you for you. ter and slouch hat and left the house for much with me. professor up till Suddenly a light broke in upon him; I
"The Inspector will have his little It. I will was no reply. She sent the by the side entrance. In a few moments now, any more than they have done. I he rushed toward the door.

I Joke" he observed dryly. "It's all i Her again and again. Suddenly he was in Broadway and a should think, with you. but I tell you "That d-d Dutchle!" he exclaimed.The I

light girls. Keep cool" he went on, "That a pause there was a little flash quarter cf an hour later a taxicab de- frankly if anyone has hurt a hair of professor smiled benignly.TO .
as he eaw the tears in Lenora's eyes. sor." she the plate. A message was com posited him at the entrance to the that girl's head I will have their lives ( BE CONTINUED.) w I II




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HOW TO ATTRACT BIRDS around; this goes on in my yard every meetin gof the Associated Commercial
year. Travelers of America and a lively discussion -. Empire Hotel j Forage Grocery Co's

(New York Sun) At my own home in Evanston, a followed.
article suburb of Chicago, which is situatedat "This resulted," Mr. Reynolds said,
In the very interesting on
the corner of Sheridan road and "in a vote to poll the organization on I Saturday and Monday Special"QUANTITY
the subject, "How to Attract Birds,
South boulevard and where an aver- this question. We have about 3,500 rn SPECIAL 5001
published in the Sun, January 10, the age of twelve or fifteen hundred aUtomobiles ,members, and every one is to receivea JUG SUNDAY OWNER \
writer states: "As a rule'birds do j pass an hour during Sat- letter asking him to state his posi- AND QUALITY"Satisfied
not like taing crowded, and if a placeis urday and Sunday, I have only one tion in regard to woman suffrage.The I customers are our best ad>-erti>ement.

studded with bird houses only a few I acre of ground and yet on this acre result of this poll will be an- Consomme Royal I 15; pounds sugar . . . . . . . .1.00Kinsran's
of ground I have no less than forty- nounced at the semi-annual meetingheld
of them will be In experience -
occupied. my Radishes Pickles I sliced breakfast bacon, 1 Ib. box . . .30
two bird houses and nearly as in August."I
of twenty )'ears' work for many Baked Halibut, Italienne, Rosette Excellent hams, per Ib . . . . . . is
shelves. Every feel that the
bird shelters and feeding confident organization -
the i birds I have found so many ex-I I Breakfast bacon and strips, the very best per Ib. 20
for more than eight will on record as endorsing Potatoes
ceptions to this rather sweeping of yearsI from go Roast Chicken, Creamer' butter, per pound . . . . . 3S
the Sauce
have woman suffrage. Cranberry
ment that I believe it is one that native birds company who live Prime Ribs of Beef, Jus Compound lard per pound . . . . . .10
200 to 500 on au
should not be made without qualifica- The of these The classified Banana Fritter, Vanilla Sauce Irish potatoes, per pock . . . . . .. .?0
tions. As a matter of fact, in en- my property. presence advertising depart- 7 cans baby size Globe cream . . . . .2;)
Whipped Potatoes
ment issue contains Fren-h Peas
birds is due to only one thingthefact some
couraging people to set out bird 7 tall size Globe . .
advertisements Steamed Rice cans cream . . . JJQ
that'I have set out for them special that interest Pickled Beets
houses and to protect our native birds, may 3 condensed milk . . .
and bird Read them and Maple Mousse Cake cans . . . .2;)
these attractive
practical you. over
my greatest difficulty has been to induce them see. Pumpkin Pie Corn beef per can . . . . . .. . .20
them to set out enough bird tion houses, have cats given and my protec-and Again we call your attention to the I Cheese Crackers 3 cans tomatoes (3 pound size) . . .. .. 25;
houses to insure good results. against sparrows classified ads. i Iced Tea Tea 3 cans corn ((2 pound size) . . . .. 25;
the of Coffee
have afforded delights
My experience has been that birds Good early June peas, per can 2 lb. . .. .. .10
bird baths and the comforts of feed
are like people. Some like a location Table peaches ((3 pound can), per can . .. .. . .17
and shelter in the cold months.In
that others will pass by as objectional ing 3 cans soup . . . . . . .. ... .25;
.; for reasons of their own. Therefore all of my many years' experience OUR MOTTO : 3 bottles tomato catsup . . . .. .. .. .. .25
birds I
others to attract have
one should put out numbers of helping 3 bottles pickles . . . . .. . .. . .2;)
bird houses so as to give the birds never houses.known any I have one two to set out too .' Small Profits and Quick Returns." 3 bottles jam . . . . ... .. ... .. .. .2;)
the privilege of selecting a location to many purple mar- 3 glasses jelly . . . .. .. .. .. .. . .2:)
tin houses in which there at least
their own liking. Wherever I have are Call us on phone at any time for prices on Feeds. Extracts per bottle . . . . . .. . OS
250 birds living and
been successful in getting people to every summer Our the 3 packages corn starch . . . . . . .2:)
I band of these birds I prices are to
since most same and all and will
put out the required number of one you NOT Pure cane syrup, per gallon . . . . . .GO
houses, feeding devices and so forth, know that the same ones return to be met with that impertinent question, "Who is this?" :Mallo: icing and topping for cakes etc., per can . .20
after I have had
they have always been as successfulas me year year. six Fresh boiled ham per pound . . . . .:35)
I have been in attracting the song families of wrens living in perfect THE CO-OPEUATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. Cream cheese, per pound . . . . . .20

birds around them. friendliness within twenty to thirty I nest rice, 7 pounds for . . . . . . 59
Birds are all different. They haven feet of each other.-Joseph. H. Dod- L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 ,I :3 cans 10 cent size syrup . . . . . .2:)
their own individual likes and dislikes son, Chicago, III.COMMERCIAL 3 packages macaroni or spaghetti . . .. . .25j

and no two birds of the same species : TRAVELERS SYMPATHIZE : -I.I I j 3 cans pork and beans . . . . . . .25
sing alike. Some are far sweeter WITH WOMEN Fancy kidney beans per can 2 lb. size. . .. .. .10AH
singers than others.It SUFFRAGE WORKERSNew I 10 cent plug tobacco 3 for. . . . .. .25;
is possible at one time our song All ;5 cent smoking tobacco 6 for . . . . 25
birds did not like to be crowded, but I| Snuff, 6 cans for . . . . . . . .25I
York.-In their work for suffrage -
that was probably before the intro- ; Hammond :I We handle a full lines of all kinds of feeds. Ask us for
have the interest and to &Gore
duction of the pugnacious, quarrelsome -
prices, as we can save you money. A guarantee goes
English sparrow and the denud- a large extent the support of the As- I I with all our goods.
ing of our forests and building of our sociated Commercial Travelers of
cities. Now they realize they have to America, the secretary of the organization I
band together for self protection, Marc. M. Reynolds, said today. Telephone 63SNOW's _
realizing that "in union there is Traveling men are working for their REAL VALUES LOW PRICES 3TX -
strength" to combat their natural enemies own right to vote and so are especially -

'9 the English sparrow and cats.I able to sympathize."We COMPARE
have had as many as twenty sparrows are trying to have special pro-
t war against my first two mar- visions made so that the travelingman I I OUR FURNITUREWe THE TIMEto
tins, and had I not been there to pro- who has met certain require- .1

tect them I would have surely lost my ments of legislation may vote though provide the quality of furniture that has long get ready for the rainy season.
pets. A pear tree in the center of absent from home," says :Mr.: Rey-
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
my yard has never been sprayed, and nolds, "and are hoping to have the standard of merit. If an article fs here it is good.
every year I pick from three to ten I New York state constitutional conven- It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make FINLEY'S GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT

bushels of pears from it, and all of :: tion approve this measure. In five this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's
them sound and without a worm hole. states of the Union such provisjon is I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I
Last year I had bluebirds in a hang- made for traveling men and we are
ing bluebird house, robins on a shel- now determined to get the same right Pioneer
ter shelf and wrens in a hanging wren for the men of New York." McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,
house, all nesting in this tree and Because of the similarity in the position -
raising their young at the same time of the traveling men and the I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando. Fla. CORNER COURT AND PINE STREETS

and not a fight or even a quarrel, except I women of this state the question of 1'- J
I- I
/ when a sparrow would come woman suffrage came up at the recent I ------- -:--

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Mr. W. H. Luther, well known resident -
of Oviedo, spent yesterday in STATEMENTOF
Orlando, combining business with .

Demostration Ideal Fireless Cookerat
.f McCulloch's all this week. Peoples National Bank "

Mr. W. L. Story ,was among the .
representative citizens of Oakland At the close of business May 1, 1915
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF transacting business at the county
capital yesterday.
The State Bank of Orlando

Jlr. and Mrs. J. A. Abberger left RESOURCESLoans
ORLANDO, FLORIDAAt yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for Chicago, where they and Discounts_____________________$406,155.07
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915
will spend the next ten days. Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73

RESOURCESLoans Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 yesterday Mr. and afternoon Mrs.V..over L. Nuckols the Atlantic left S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 Coast Line to spend the summer in Other Bonds ______________________-___ 13,556.06
Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 Bristol, Tenn., their former home. Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32 .
and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30Real
Furniture Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,342.24
Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32
Mrs. \V. D. Benham and daughter,
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18
Miss Gertrude, who have been spending $971,272.24
several days in Orlando, returned
LIABILITIES $1,095,178.62 yesterday to their home in Crescent LIABILITIESCapital

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 _________________________________$ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22Bills Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Merrin, who Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00
Payable ___________________________ None have been visiting friends in this city
Undivided Profits ________________________
Rediscounts ____________________________ None for some time, have gone to Spokane, 9,529.04
'Vash., where they will make their future Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
Deposits 1,001,705.40 home. Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________, 640.25

Circulation ____________________________ 21,000.00 ..
$1,095,178.62 Be sure and attend the demonstration Deposits _____877,595.13
by an expert of Ideal Fireless
Cookers, at l'lcCulloch'sIay 10 to 15. $971,272.24
K -
Mrs. Flora Watson left yesterday GROWTHMay
afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine
for an extended trip to Buffalo
1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90
and New
York city, where she will
visit relatives.Mr. :May 1, 1913 __.:.__________ 162,879.84

:May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80
and Mrs. S. J. Letord, of Grand :May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00MAXWELL
Rapids, who have been wintering over
------- --, on the East Coast, motored to Orlando -

yesterday to say good-bye to .
some friends, before going North.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Samuels, of Atlanta \
Ga., who have been spending a IIIIMIIfttMIM 4tiMIIIIIMMMtlMMilMIIMMMMiilMIIMiMiiiiiiiilja

: couple of weeks in Orlando, left yes-
; : terday morning over the Atlantic
Coast- Line en route to their home in
the Gate City.

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Drury, who have
been here for some time, left yester- MOTOR CARS
day for their home in Albany, N. Y.
They have made arrangements to return .
; early in the fall for a stay of .

some length.Mr. Fully Equipped $750.00 |

1 and Mrs. W. C. Bolger and '- .
daughter, Miss Catherine, who have

been spending several weeks in this A good Car backed up by a
city, left yesterday afternoon over the
Atlantic Coast Line for their home in *
Congress, N. Y. good Company I

LIVE ON THE PORCH Mr.,C. E. Johnson was a passengerover

the Atlantic Coast Line yesterday -
afternoon en route to San Fran-
cisco, CaL, where he will take in the
sights at the World's Exposition and

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- take in the show places of the West. Sold By
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Carter and son,
converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. Wallace, who have spent some time in I San Juan Garage Company | :

Here are a few of many specially made pieces for Orlando and nearby towns, left yesterday -
afternoon for their home in i
your porch. ii
y Syracuse, N. Y. They will be down i i
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs next fall for the season and expect to

Haltex Fibre FurnitureIapIe Chairs and Rockers become permanent winter residents.Mr. i

Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings and Mrs. A. T. Bean, of Lan- illtllt liHiinilMMaiMMIMMMIIIIIIilMMMIMIIIIH II i III1111 > > I '
Hammocks sing, Mich., who have been spendingthe
past three months in Florida vis-
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline -
iting points of interest on the East
f L Shoves. Select yours to day. and West Coasts, have returned north
where they will spend the summer Bank Organized April 16th, 1906
months. They are planning to
r OSCAR HAND & SON next winter in Orlando.Dr. STATEMENT OF .

and Mrs. P. L. Brown were
t I among the ,'eterannter residents
leaving Orlando yesterday over the
-- ..( Atlantic Coast Line for Pleasant the close of business May 1, 1915
E Lake, MicH., where they will spend I
s .MIIMtlMtlMIMIIIIIMIMIIMIIIiliiliiiililiMMiGIFTS .! the summer, returning to their pretty Condensed From Report to The Comptroller
home on West Central avenue about
the middle of October. Capitol Stock _________$100,000.00Surplus
r- FOR GRADUATES r Loans and Discounts _______________$381,830.29Overdrafts and Undivided Profits _______ 3-1.185.80'
Miss Marian
Elwes, who has been ________________________ 920.54 Dividends Unpaid __________________ 12.00
: visiting relatives and friends in Jack-
sonville for several weeks, has returned Stocks and Bonds _________________ 24,668.33 Bills Payable ---_---______________ None
: Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures_ 42,167.86 Re-Discounts --------------' ------- None
to her home in Orlando. Her
Whether It Is Brooch Bar DEPOSITS
Pin 635,213.09
: ----------------------
brother, Mr. Walter Elwes, had hand and due from other banks 340,701.83 ;
an Cash on
Due to Banks ___________________ 67e.96$790,2s8.8.5
: accident to his car and remained behind \
Pendantor I to have the repairs made. He
: will arrive the first of the week. $790,288.85
Reserve carried by the Bank ________$340.701.83 _____ .
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best : Mr. and Mrs. E.1.. Earnest motored Deposits, May 1, 1913: $653,215.09
value for your money by coming to us. : to Orlando Wednesday, where Reserve required by Law ----------- 131,043.00 Deposits, May 5, 1915____ 691,650.83

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine : they will attend the district confer- Reserve in excess of amount requiredby

goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamonds :, ence meeting of the Methodist Episcopal Law _______________________$209,658.83 Increase in four days _____$ 36,435.76The
; of merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly church. They were accompa-
low. We also offer you choice selections and : nied by Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Poage. officers and directors of The Orlando B ank and Trust Co., desires to call the attentionof
the best service. : The party will be absent until this its patrons and the citizens of Orlando to the above strong and healthy statement. The man-
: afternoon.-Palatka TimesHerald.Mr. agement of the Bank feels that this showing re fleets the same and progressive methods employedin
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it this financial institution. They endeavor to pu rsue a progressive policy, to be liberal in its treat- ..
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the : R. L. Hauer, who has played ment of its patrons and to adhere to the legitima te lines of banking. Accounts of all who desire '
wearer. : the violin at the Grand theatre' for C the services of well equipped and safely conduct ed bank are cordially invited.
some time past, has accepted a posi-
: tion in Columbia, S. C., and left last

L :: "Fritz night on," as the he 12:30 is called train for by his that many city. Or1allo n B Bailk & Trust t COffipally n

T. H. EVANSJEWELER friends, has been a constant pleasure
: to the movie patrons ever since he
: came to Orlando. He is a musician Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00
I of unusual ability and
a most genial
: and companionable young man. He Total Resources Over Three-Quarters of a Million.rc .

:, will probably return to this city in the I

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