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 12, 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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his report forwarded under date of First Alarm City Plunged

., IS TO THE EFFECT THAT today says: Into Darkness-Attack
Germany Will Not Make "On yesterday afternoon the Germans -
THE FRENCH ADVANCE IN made another attack east of Made by LoneZeppelin

Attacks On Neutral ShipsAnd NORTH ARRAS IS THE FINEST Ypres, in the neighborhood of the TRAMMELL SETS DATES TO
I SUCCESS FOR THE ALLIES I Menin road, and although they sub- EXECUTE MURDERERS

SINCE THE BATTLE OF THE jected our trenches to a heavy bombardment Paris, May 11.-An attempt of a
MARNE. and made their infantry ad- another FIRST DEGREE
Zeppelin airship to carry out
Even if Such Ships Have Contraband of War on Board They
THE GERMAN: E IS PRACTICALLY vance under cover of clouds of poisonous raid on Paris was defeated tonightby

Will Be Dealt With by Submarines According to the Rules CRUMPLED: UP IN THIS gases, the attack failed. an aerial patrol guarding the city.
i of International Law-Late Circular From Berlin REGION DESPITE THE FACT "During the attack our shrapnel inflicted The Zeppelin approached the city at .PROMS LIMIT
THAT IT WAS STRONGLY DE- very heavy casualties on the 7 o'clock this evening from the north- i

Caused Great Relief in Tense FENDED. enemy, when they advanced in mass east. Would Limit Amount of Liquor

Situation THE WHOLE AFFAIR CONSTITUTES formation, literally mowing them When over Dammartin, ten miles
northeast of the city, it was sighted

: Washington, May 11.-After the cabinet meeting today it be- OF GEN. JOFFRE IN THE I "Today there has been artillery action by aeroplane scouts, who immediatelygave During theMonth
SPRING CAMPAIGN.: on the greater part of the front." chase, forcing the dirigible to
came manifest that the diplomatic tension between the United
change its course and it flew off in a
States and Germany, which had been almost at a snapping point, i
had been relieved. OR. SYLVAN M'ELROY IS TO CONSTRUCT DRAINAGE northwesterly direction and turned By C. F. Johnson
again to the east, making for its own Tallahassee, Fla., May 11.Special -
Early in the day the state department received from Ambas- lines. to the Sentinel.)-Governor Tram-

sador Gerard a copy of the circular issued by the German foreign APPOINTED CITYPHYSICIAN CANALS TO LOWER At the first alarm the city was mell today issued death warrants for .

office in regard to mistaken attacks by German submarines on the thrown into darkness. the following persons convicted of

commerce of neutral nations. murder in the first degree and set

The statement was not made public by the department until I LAKEAPOPKA Kinsale"Wholesale, Ireland.-The Murder"I Verdict coroner's dates Clyde for Stover execution negro as,indicated.convicted of

late this afternoon, but undoubtedly it was the cause of a changein jury which investigated the deaths of killing the Gardner brothers in Put-

feelings evident in the state department and the White House CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR five persons drowned when the Cu- nam county, to be hanged June 11. A

even before the session of the cabinet.It YESTERDAY PASSEDORDINANCES 2 MAY 26 IN TILDENVILLE narder Lusitania was sunk by a Ger- Herbert A. Fin, of Miami, convicted

was clear early today at both the state department and the SCHOOL HOUSE man submarine off the coast of Ire- rf the murder of a Mr. Crawford at
land last Friday, returned a verdict ,
Fort Lauderdale during 1U14, date 0
White House that something had occurred to relieve the pressure. here "The officers of
today, charging execution set for June 18.
Germany now says that attacks by German war vessels on neu- O. W. and L. Co. Desires Arbi- Zellwood Florida Farms Co. Apply said submarine and the emperor and Shelby Wise, alias Shebby Wise, negro -

tral ships of commerce will not be made, and even when such ships tration-Other Important for Permission to Con- government of Germany, under whose convicted of killing Claude Brownin

have contraband of war on bord they will be delat with ,by the Business WasTransacted struct Drainage orders they acted, with the crime of Palm Beach county in April, 1914,

submarines "solely according to the rules of international law applying CanalsThe wholesale murder before" the tribunalof date for execution June 18.
the civilized world. The cases of Wise and Fin have
to prize warfare.
At the city council meeting yesterday following notice has been received been held up awaiting a decision of
Germany also states unequivocally ih this latest circular that
Dr. Sylvan McElroy was appointed by the Sentinel: YESTERDAY'S RESULTS the supreme court, which has just
should any neutral ship come to harm through the German sub- city physician at a salary of $50 The War Department having under been handed down affirming the finding -

marine or aircraft operations on account of an unfortunate mis- per month, the salary and office to consideration an application of the National League of the lower court.

take, "the German government will unreservedly recognize its responsibility become effective :May 15. Two ordi- Zellwood Florida Farms Company,for New York 1, Cincinnati 2. The case of Clyde Stover is freshin

therefor." nances were passed, one dealing with permission to construct drainage canals Brooklyn 1, Chicago 5. the minds of the people of the

the powers of the city physician and connecting Lakes Eustis and Boston 1, St. Louis 5. state, since the brutal murder occurred << -
These statements in the German circular are taken by the state
the other with precautions that shouldbe Dora, and Lakes Dora and Apopka, Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 2. early this year, while Messrs.
department officials as an absolute assurance that no American taken with food.communication. American League in
and to lower the level of Lake Apopka Gardner were on a hunting trip
ship entering the war zone, even if laden with contraband, will be A was received from a public hearing will be held in Cleveland 3, New York 1. Putnam county, with Stover as a

in any danger of being sunk without warning.It the Orlando Water and Light com- the Tildenville school house, Tilden- Detroit 5, Boston 1. guide and cook.

was the general opinion Washington official circles that pany relative to the recent "fine" of yule, Orange county, Florida, at 4 Chicago 0, Washington 2.
$100 assessed against the o'clock St Louis 0, Philadelphia 3. Several Resignations at Capital
companyfor p. m., Wednesday, May 26,
the modified position taken by Germany was due to the interference -
failure to furnish sufficient water i 1915, for the purpose of consideringthe Federal League Tallahassee, Fla, May 11.-(Special -
of popular opinion in the United States as conveyed to her by pressure to fight a fire. The com- effect of the proposed operationsupon Brooklyn 4, Chicago 6. to the Sentinel.)-Walter Molin

German officials of this country, and not to be the cause of any I pany stated that it could not accept the navigable capacity of the Newark 0, Kansas City 7. clerk of the prison department of the

expected representation of the administration to the German gov the fine because hydrants were open waters affected, or any changes that Baltimore 6, St. Louis 5. commissioner of agriculture, tenderedhis

I ernment.It at the time of the fire and additional may be required to avoid injury to the Buffalo 0, Pittsburgh 1. resignation today, effective May

is not believed that German as- pressure at the plant would have navigable capacity of these waters. Southern LeagueBirminghamMemphis 31, and W. W. White, clerk in the
to the rain. land department of the same office,
surances on the subject of neutral CIRCUIT COURT IN" SESSION injury pumps. Accordingly, notice is hereby given
shipping have to any extent relieved As a remedy the company suggested that all persons interested are invitedto Chattanooga-Atlanta, rain. resigned to become effective at once.

president of the obligation toe Circuit court opened yesterday witha that the hydrants used for sprink- be present at the above named time Little Rock 5, New Orleans 2. While no announcement was ob-

M strong representations with respect heavy docket. There are several ling purposes should be closed duringa and place to express their views upon Nashville 1-4, Mobile 0-3. tained as to who would succeed these
fire. It the desire of the the South Atlantic League gentlemen it is understood that
was ,
to the destruction of American murder cases to be tried and a num- com- adequacy of the plans with refer- suc-
lives on the Lusitania, but it is regarded ber of civil cases. At 2 o'clock yesterday pany that the matter be submitted to ence to the navigable capacity of the Jacksonville 5, Columbia 4. cessors have already been selected to
much less I arbitration as provided in the con- waters affected. While all state- Albany 1, Savannah 0. fill the vacancies.Mr. .
as very likely now afternoon a grand jury was
tract. The matter referred Columbus 4, Charleston 3. Molin has been in the office for
have to was to ments at the hearing are given due
what the
that president may organized with J. P. Kay vood as fore-
Commissioner Robertson with instruc- Macon-Augusta, rain. about twelve while Mr. White
say about the Lusitania may lead to man. Judge Perkins is presiding.The consideration, important facts and years,
any clash with Germany.lie most important civil cases on tions to confer with the city solicitor. statistics, intended to have special has been employed only about two
J. T. Henricks JAPANESE DRAFT TREATY WITH Neither of these
probably will express in strong the docket are: appeared before the weight in the final determination: of years. gentlemenwere
I terms the general indignation felt by Mary E. Middlekauff vs. Nat. Life council relative to bonds of bond trustees the case, should preferably le submit- CHINA ready to announce their plans
and suggested that the ted in for the future.
amountsof .
the United States over the disregard Insurance Co. of U. S. A.; damages, I writing.By
shown by Germany that many American $1,500. the surety be lowered on account of authority of the chef cf engi- Tokio.-The Japanese foreign officeis
the small balance of bond in neers U. S. drafting a treaty with China basedon This Bill Is Doomed!
lives would necessarily be sacri- The Peoples National Bank of Or- money .
his hands. army.W. the acceptance of the provisions inJapan's Prohibitionists have started a fight
This matter w? left to B. LA DUE,
.. ficed through,: the torpedoing of the lando vs. J. B. Magruder; assumpsit;
ultimatum for the enactment of law to limit
the and solicitcr.B. including the res- a
British liner. damages, $3,000. mayor Major, Corps of Engineers.
K. Belisaris, deputy organizer of United! States Engineer Office toration of Kiao-Chau. the amount of liquor. that any person
At the same time he is expected to Florida Auto and Gas Engine Co.
the Woodmen of the World, proposeda Jacksonville: Florida, Admitting that the public is displeased may receive for his private use in anyone
note with gratification that Germany vs. J. B. Magruder assumpsit dam-
; ;
with the results of the month. The bill appeared in the
carnival to be held in Orlando July May 10, 1915. nego-
pledges herself not to treat neutral ages, $2,000.Carolina .
5 and 6, and asked permission of the tiatinons, the conservative press is senate today and was introduced by .J
ships to such shocking lack Portland Cement Co.
passenger vs. urging the Japanese to exercise self Senator McEachy, by request.
city to use the streets. Action was 11 IIY FEAR DEATH"
of consideration for the precious bur- A. A. Fiezl; assumpsit; damages,
restraint. One-half Gallon Per Month
den postponed on this request and will be
they $1,000.
carry. considered later. London, Eng.-"Why fear death? Advices from Peking say it is be- The amount set out is one-half gal-
G. S. Hall Frank Pounds
vs. ; dam- Tax Collector C. A. Boone has It is the most beautiful advent'-re in lieved there Russia will demand priv- lon of any liquor except beer, and
LAST VICTIM OF FERRY TRAG- ages, $1,000.Way life," ileges in North Manchuria similar heads of families shall be permittedto
turned o'eto the city solicitor tax were the last words: of Charles to
EDY FOUND & Overstreet vs. Walter Dren- lists of real estate amounting to ? ,- Frnhman before he went down with those granted Japan in South Man- receive fifteen gallons of beer and
t Jacksonville, Fla.-The last victimof nen; damages, $13,250. 131.87. the Lusitania, according to Miss Rita churia. five gallons of wine in any one month.

Sunday night's ferry tragedy was W. C. :Morris admr., vs. A. C. L. .The council ordered that the "white Jolivet, an American actress with Penalties of $500 fine and six
R. R. Co.
recovered from the waters of the St. M. P. ;Wallam damages, $30,000. way" posts on Lucerne Circle and whom he was talking calmly just be- DROP INCENDIARY BOMBS months imprisonment, with both at

Johns river shortly after daylight this vs. Orlando Water Lake Eola be set 130 feet apart, except fore the end came. pleasure of court, are provided
morning, when Joseph Minton, and Light Co.; damages, $2,500.J. Miss South End ransportation companies will be
negro in such places as they may con- Jolivet who was among the Eng.-only four of the corn-
W. Wilmott Giles &
of 1500 Madison avenue, and a mem- vs. McQuaig; flict with the water hydrants. In this survivors taken to Queenstown, said |bombs dropped by Zeppelin airshipsin Transportation companies will be

ber of Marcus'Conant's searching party I damages Florida, $3,000.Real Estate case they will be placed five feet dis she and Mr.: Frohman were standingon their raid early yesterday were ex compelled to keep records for this
and InvestmentCo.
found the body of Eva, the 18 tant. deck as the Lusitania keeled over. plosive. The remainder were incen- purpose. This bill is slated for defeat -
months old daughter of Dr. O. II. vs. Sam Schneir; damages, 2400. They decided not to trust themselvesto diary. The former weighed about 100 however, as members think they

Johnson, 1622 Park street, floating in Belle Leake. vs. T. J. Watkins; dam- DIAGRAMS OF "w IIITE WAY" lifeboats, although Mr. Frohman pounds each, but the latter only eigh- have done enough for the prohibition
midstream, near the foot of Ocean ages believed the ship was doomed. It teen pounds.AUTOMOBILES. movement this session.To .
G. Willaum vs. A. B. and W. II. POSTS
block from where the
street one was after reaching this decision that Revise Statutes
J' family automobile took its fatal Hazlett; damages, $4,000. A representative of the Interstate he declared he had no fear of death. COLLIDE, NO ONE Secretary of State H. Clay Craw-

plunge. Electric company was in Orlando yes- HURT ford has prepared a bill, which was
The bodies of Mrs. Johnson, Mary, BOTTLES WERE FILLED WITH terday with several drawings of posts BROKAW ROBBED OF TIRES At 5 o'clock last evening the Ford introduced Tuesday in the senate, to

5 years of age; Charles, 31-2 years I WHISKY suitable for a "white way" for the Orlando sneak thieves are not num- : car in which Mrs. Salisbury was rid- authorize the consolidation and revision -

old, and the infant, are now held at Local police circles evidenced disappointment Orlando business district. The postsare erous, but they abound in original re ing collided with a Reo car at the cor- of the statutes. The governoris

Connant's pending an inquest by Justice -I yesterday in reading a of wrought iron, twelve inches at sources. For instance they have ner of Concord and Orange,: avenue. authorized to appoint three com-

C. D. Abbott some time duringthe news story in the Sentinel which the base, tapering to six inches at the turned their attention to swiping tires The Ford car was badly damaged but missioners within 30 days to take up

afternoon. Funeral arrangementsare stated that a raid was made on a blind top, surmounted by a crane from from automobiles and not at all Mrs. Salisbury escaped injury. this work. Senator Roland is han-
also held up pending the arrivalof tiger and 200 empty pint bottles of which is suspended an electric globe ticular as to whose car they rob. One dling the bill in the senate.

C. L. Johnson, father of the stricken whisky were captured. These bottles twelve inches in diameter. The crane of the slick rascals lifted one from THE WEATHER

husband, from Waco, Texas, wherehe were filled with the fiery fluidtheywere will throw the lights forward from our friend, W. H. Brokaw's car Monday Florida: Showers Wednesday, except The Watch that made the dollar

.. was notified of the sad tragedy not empty! If there was an under the street awnings. Prices for night and up to the present time fair in south and evtre- *jo-t* f"mouc. See our window display.
shortly after it happened. empty bottle no one saw it. the posts range from $15 to $25. has not been apprehended. west Thursday, probably farL You will want one. Curtis & O'Neal.t1 .

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11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 SAYINGS BY BILLY SUNDAY"Be 1914: Florida, 69; U. S., 39.5. I
I I Potatoes:
a man. If you want to please Per bushel May 1, 1915: Florida
I|God, don't be a mutt, a false alarm, a : 114; U. S., 50.5. Per bushel May 1,
Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service 'I I four-flusher, or excess baggage." I I 1914: Florida 139; U. S., 71.4. I VELVET BEANSAND
I "Be a man; not a rack to hang I II Hay: I
clothes on." Per ton May 1, 1915: Florida, 16.00;
TruckFOR : "It is not always the big fellows U. S., 11.80. Per ton May 1, 1914:
Harley-Davidson 'who do things. Think of Julius Caesar Florida, 17.00; U. S., 12.32.

QUICK SERVICE sawed-off red-headed, freckle- Cotton:
faced; but he could go like a six-cyl- Per lb. May 1, 1915: 15.00; U. S., COW PEAS
\inder." 9.1. Per lb. May 1, 1914: Florida,
I "All some men are good for is to 15.0; U. S., 12.2.
stand around and let the census taker Eggs:
I count one more when he comes along; Per doz. May 1, 1915: Florida, 20; Makes Rich LandClay
I!they're not worth five cents a bunch." U. S., 17.1. Per doz. May 1, 1914:
( Good and Bad Cigar StoresillllllllIMM "What God needs and what the Florida, 22; U. S., 16.8.

i j country needs are men who are solid Jacksonville, Fla., May 7, 1915.A .

. .. .. . . . .. . .. I [i mahogany all the way through; :
r -;I there's too much veneer these days." CLEVER PARAPHRASE OF KIP Cow Peas, per bushel ____________________ $2.40

-, "The whiskey barrel is more dan- LING'S "L'ENVOl" Unknown Peas, per bushel _____________________ 2.43

OUR MOTTO+ : gerous than the gun barrel." Speckle Peas, per bushel ______________________ 2.40
"Many a long life has been cut When Earth's Last Form has been Yokohoma Beans, per bushel __________________ -5.00

r Small Profits and Quick Returns. short"Don't by a swallow long torn.a "potato bug,. then And Printed the Presses, are Rusted and Velvet Beans, per bushel --------______________ 3.75 .

t Call us on phone at any time for prices on Feeds. take paris green to kill the bug. Get Stilled; Early Amber Sorghum, per bushel ______________ 1.85

right at the start." When the Last Slug is Cast on the Kaffir Corn, pkg. -____________________________ .75
r Our prices are the same to one and all and you will NOT
"Success is the worst thing in the Lino, Teosinte, Ib. _________________________________ .38
t be met with that impertinent question, "Who is this?" world for some men. They get the And there are no more Forms to be I

! big head and get chesty." Killed, Mail, Express of Freight Orders Solicited.
. THE CO-OPEUATIVE PRODUCE CO. "Don't look for an easy chair anda We shall Rest, and, faith, we shall .

J< cushion if you want to hang your need it, I
r W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 mug in God's Hall of Fame." Layoff for an Aeon or two,
1 "Why, I.know who Till the Super of all Good Workers
some men are
i !.so stingy that they never give a dime Shall hand us some Copy anew. City Drug J StoreJ.

- away without saying 'God be with you And those who set Right shall be
c r' till we meet again." Happy,
i i "There are some people who, when And fashion each by a great Golden Case, L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Shall most Wonderful Set-
C they sing 'Old Hundred,' make it tingsIn .
t c 'Ninety and Nine' because they want Types of Spiritual Face. J
tr.r their one per cent. And the Quads and the Leads will be I
"Yes, and I know of Plenty;
, Three Moderate a man in the We shall all work with bright Golden -
Northwest who was so stingy that he Rules,
R crossed bees with lightning bugs SO And when Time is called for the I
Priced that they could work both day and Recess,
t Cottages night. We shall wash up in clear, Limpid

"And then there are some men so Pools. CAREY HANDFUNERAL

i For Sale or to Rents stingy blind that spider.they" would steal flies froma And the absent Deadly, Wrong Font will be

f Our First Yellow Proofs will be
CROP REPORT-FLORIDA AND The Types will be Wondrous and
The finest that ever were seen.
We shall print on Diaphanous Papers,
t Bureau In colors that hold in thrall
of Crop Estimates, in cooperation us ;
with the Weather We shall work for an Age at a Stand-
r C. A. HOVEY United States Department of Agricul- ing, calls answered
. ture: And all.the Quit Bell will not ring at Promptly Day

rf R Winter Wheat: Night. Hand Block.
E And no one shall work for Praises, or
May 1 forecast of production, 1915:
And none will the Great Super
b U. S., 693,000,000 bushels. Final
1.t K 1. estimate of production, 1914: U. S., And no blame one shall work for Raises, Orlando Florida.
t 1.t. 684,990,000 bushels. And no one shall work for Fame. ,
I But each for the joy of the Setting
Meadows: And the Great Super's Final O. K., PHONEJ639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
Condition May 1, 1915, per cent. of Shall work on his Job as he sees it,
normal: Florida, 82; U. S., 89.8. And finish it in his own Way. I
Condition : -Jo Swerling, in The American
May 1, 10-year averageper

Ii" ORLANDO ROOFINGAND U. S,cent.88.6.of normal: Florida, 86; Printer. .


Condition May 1, 1915 per cent. of
SHEET METAL CO. normal: Florida, 81; U. S., 87.2, Pure Ice Crearl1
1 Condition May 1, 10-year average
per cent of normal: Florida, 85;

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, Spring U. S.,Plowing 86.4. :

f and Rubber Roofings Per cent done May 1, 1915; Florida When you want PURE ICE For Party
92 U. S_ 78.3. Per
. ; cent. May CREAM call for HAND'S. If
Cornices Skylights. Dealing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings 1, 10-year. average: Florida, 76; U. you don't believe that we take Clubthe
S., 68.0.Spring
Planting: greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from
Works 14 E. Church St. Church Social
Per cent done May 1, 1915: Flori- facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
I da, 90; U. S., 65.3. Per cent done make it. You will be surprised School Social
cans, moulds and everythingused
i May 9-year average: Florida, 64
; at the care every detail is given.
U. S., 54.8. used in the manufacture of our Lodge '
f Hay: kind you want, any time
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
Tons of old crop on hand May\ 1, you want it. In any quantity Picnic
The Orlando Meat MarketT. 1915: Florida, 9,000; U. S., 8,470- from a quart up. ized.
000. Tons of old hand
crop on May
You cordially invited to
are -
A. YANCY, Manager 1, 1914: Florida 11,000; U. S., 7- Order Hands Pure
inspect our factory at any

+ 832,000.Prices to Producers time. Ice Cream
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Florida and Western Meats Per bushel May\ 1, 1915: U. S.,140.0.

Per bushel May 1, 1914: U. S., 83.9.
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Corn:
Per bushel May 1, 1915: Florida,
Special i 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders 94; U. S., 77.7. Per bushel May 1, .

1914: Florida, 87; U. S, 72.1.
/ Business 135 "P.O. BOX 226
PHONES \Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church'SU: Oats: PHONE 566 W. Jefferson StreetMiMIIMIIMMIMMIMMIIMIiMMMIMIMIIiliMlliiimiMIM
Per bushel May 1, 1915: Florida,
I 70; U. S., 67.8. Per bushel May 1,
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We have bought at Sheriff's Sale the entire stock of the PIERCE ELECTRIC CO., and must give up the room

in TEN DAYS. The entire stock of Electrical Fixtures, Desk and Table Lamps, also Casserols, Flash Lights,

Store Fixtures, Cash Register, Check Protector, Show Case, and many other articles. "

If you are thinking of building or installing new Fixtures you can save about ONE HALF the cost by buying

; NOW. Everything must be sold. The best bargains always go first.


i H. L. HAIGHT, Purchaser of The Pierce Electric Stock jj jjr' I i

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Dramatic Stories Of Disaster'By i


.Sermon by the MORNING Rev. Dr. Jno W. Dispatches And SurvivorsThe I

Stagg. Rev. II. W. Simpson, a passenger -! man was also quite calm and collect- !

Matthew, 20th chapter: "Then came in the second cabin saved him- I ed. That was the last I saw of either ,
self by clinging to an upturned boat, I of them. I
to hinj the mother of Zebedee's children THE BIG STORE
apparently the same in which :\11'. Suction Was Very Strong
with her worshiping him,
sons Bernard was saved. W. G. Meyers, of Stratford, Ont.,
and desiring a certain thing of him." "After a struggle, we filled this : a lad of sixteen, who was on his way

"And he said unto her What wilt boat with all we could rescue," Dr. I to enter the British navy as a mid-
thou? She saith unto him, Grant Simpson said today. "We tied a pair shipman, said:
that these my two sons may sit, the of trousers to an oar and hoisted it I "We got only 200 yards away when

one on thy right, and the other on as a signal of distress. A big trawler the Lusitania sank, bow first Many
thy left in thy kingdom." came along and took us aboard. I persons sank with her, drawn down The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices

."To sit on my right hand and on Stern Up High by the suction. Their shrieks were
my left hand is not mine to give." Julian de Ayala, consul general for I appalling. We had to pull hard to I I.

"Whosoever will be chief among Cuba at Liverpool, said he was ill in get away, and as it was we were almost .
you, let him be your servant. his berth when the Lusitania was tor- dragged down. We saved all
"Even as the son of man came not pedoed. lIe was thrown against the the women and children we could, buta
to be ministered unto, but to minister, partition of his berth by the explo- great many of them went down."

and to give his life. a ransom for sion, and suffered an injury to his Wrist Watches Show Time Disaster
. many." head and had flesh torn off one of his Among the dead brought here area ROOF GARDEN THEATERTHE
legs. number of American girls. Wrist

Today is generally accepted as "Her stern went up so high," Mr. watches worn by some of them had

"Mothers' Day." Even the presidentof de Ayala added, "that we could see stopped at 3 o'clock, which indicates COOLEST SPOT IN THE CITY
the United States has given his approval her propellers, and she went down that death came son after the sinking,
of its observance as a stimu- with a headlong plunge, volumes of the time of which has been fixed at
With every paid admission to Roof Garden this week, we give a ticket, and the one hold-
lant for the appreciating of the best steam hissing from her funnels. 2:33.
in character building by the youth of Vanderbilt's Calmness Heroic"I Captain Clung to Chair ing the lucky number will be given absolutely free a beautiful and useful present, value

the Republic. We have two very distinct saw Alfred G. Vanderbilt stand- Captain Turner remained on the about $3.50.Monday .

motives at play in this Scripture.The ing on the starboard deck five minutes bridge until the structure was sub- night we will give away a Dress Pattern, Tuesday, Ladies' Waist, Wednesday,

first is the desire on the part ofa before the ship went down," said Wal- merged. He first used an oar as a Men's Ladies' or Children's Shoes, Thursday, Mans Silk Shirt, Friday, Silk Parasol,
mother for place for those of her lace B. Phillips, a New York news- boat, then a chair, to which he clung
Saturday, Largest Ham in the Store.
own; the other is a blindness of a paper men. "He was with Charles : for two hours. It turned beneath his
mother in not perceiving that the I Frohman and Miss Rita Jolivet, the weight, finally, and as he flung up a Drawing will take place each evening at 9 o'clock. Person holding ticket must be in

strength of motherhood comes from actress, who has been saved. gold braided arm, he was seen by one Theater at that time otherwise another number will be drawn.
the unconscious abnegation of self "Mr. Vanderbilt's calmness was he- of his men in a boat not far away.

and the absolute denial, in conduct, of roic; it struck me even in that mo- He was taken into this and broughtto
there being any fulfillment of life in ment of crushing disaster. Mr. Froh- Queenstown.
seeking for place. There is nothing PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY NIGHTBison

that more clearly exemplifies the hold people. RETURN TO NEW HAMPSHIRE
that motherhood has upon the race Strangely enough it is being said
than in the conscious or unconscious now, in vague ways, that the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Bates and Drama, 2 Reels, Francis Ford, Mina Cunard.

losing of life, to find the Scripturelaw strength of America is not in the their son, :Mr.: E. C. Bates, left Alta- "THE DOORWAY OF DESTRUCTION"Powers
fulfilled, "He that would save his number of men she could put in arms,
monte Springs yesterday where they
the effectiveness of the she
life must lose it"It army
have enjoyed the most successful Drama, Ayers, Pawn."THE .
is in explanation of this appar- she could muster, or the bigness of the sea-
ent paradox that Jesus declares to the navy she could put upon the seas, but son in the history of their popular LOVE THAT LASTS"

disciples that there can be no such that her strength is in her being able hotel, the Altamonte, and have instructed .

thing as the giving of place to any to apprehend the teachings of the I this office to send the Senti- Joker Comedy. .
God of Nations, and so develop a
one. man may give money to his nel to them at Mount Vernon N. IL
son; he may give him position; but capacity for service that would "THE WAY HE WON THE WIDOW"
make her a benediction wherever the I where they will manage their summer 1
when it comes to the higher values, it
: American Flag unfurled. hotel' "The Grand.
is impossible for them to be given was ,
"Even as the Son of Man came not I
away. Life does not consist in the
things that one posseses, but it always to be ministered unto but to minister." STORIES OF NEW YORKERS : Admission 5c. and lOc. Free Until 6:30 P. M.rdu'LL
This is heaven's law stated in earthly .
consists in the capacity to receive -
terms. It is an importation, in the essence -
and capacity can only come "I was talking with Mr. Winters of :
of the idealism, from a higher
through service.It the Cunard Line when the ship was .
realm, and it should be the
is said, by those who think, that the visible church to work out in hit," said Charles C. Hardwick of :

the world has hardly gotten a glimpseof the physical realm this, the very last New York, who has crossed the Atlantic :

the ethical value of the teachingsof analysis of the high, in conduct In sixty-one times. "Winters got .- t.H .'4r. T.l.I .
Jesus about earthly existence and this concention is the dynamic of pro- into boat No. 17, which overturned, :
earthly relationships. If one could : gress towards larger life and wider and then swam to boat No. 19. Most :
trace the footprint of marl back to I of the saloon were at 1
, hopes. Its content Is so large, that to I passengers
the remotest times, it would be easily : paraphase an old saying, its place in luncheon, and the proportion saved
observed that the difficulties with individuals conduct is as a circle whose center is was small." ?J
nowhere and whose I Jj >
and with nations has always circumferance is ,
everYWhere. It is a conquering prin-
been that they have labored under the I ciple which attains its aim in aban- A PRAYER SOME PEOPLE
belief, as they thought, which would doning physical force and in applying WOULD DO WELL TO READ.
enable them to satisfy life in finding heart force. Up the hill, hurry me not,

conspicuous place. The result is that Down the hill, worry me not, LT
The classified
history does not reveal a single nation ment of today's issue advertising contains depart-some On the level road spare me not,
that has attained anything in the way special advertisements that may interest -- But in my stable, forget me not. t.IJ } ,
of enriching. or enlarging life, for the you. Read them over and see. -A Horse. I Zz
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reason that all have been seeking for I _; ET
place rather than seeking for oppor-
tunity to serve.

The strength, in the confused worldof CITRUS EXCI-h41VE oi I

today, of America, is not that she

has large physical place, safeguarded
by most formidable natural bounda-

ries, but the strength of this country,
if she attains to real strength, will be /:)
in becoming obedient to the law that The citrus production of Florida is increasing by leaps and COH

Christ has written large, and that is,
that a nation's life is rich in propor- bounds. Demand must be made to keep pace with the increas- C

tion to the largeness of a nation's ser- ing supply. / .
vice in the endeavors to give hope and >
vision to the life of all the nations of There is just one way by which to make markets for the :

the earth. coming citrus crop of Florida-by intelligent advertising to COO
When Thomas a'Kempis was a mere
lad and a discussion arose in the develop wider use of our oranges and grapefruit. :

school he was then attending, the
on The Florida Citrus Exchange foresaw present conditions :
nature of Heaven, the lad contributedto .

that discussion the significant Bible some years ago and began to plan for taking care of the fu : ..... ;. .. .
phrase "His
servants shall
serve ture. It has been the only progresive force in the work of increasing : : --.
Him. The difficulty with religionhas -.i:.. -.
been very largely in the attemptto the demand for Florida oranges and grapefruit. : j ; ?::.. ? ,.'-4. .
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make an application of its teach- ti ,_ _.. k .
ings impractical in a material world. There have been remarkably good results considering the ;
Any honest reader of the New Testa- limited amount of mo'ne.y the Exchange has had for this edu-
ment, however, will perceive that
Jesus was ever insistent, that the pur- cational work. It has been proven that there may be made A New Self-Starter I

pose of God in all His revelation is to ample demand at good prices for all fruit that can be grown in
show to man the laws of life, and par-
amount in his teachings is that ser- the State. Join the Exchange.

vice is the insignia of God upon human COQ Here's the new Florsheim "Apollo,"

life. I priced at $5.00. It is Skeleton Lined 1

j 'r This, one will readily observe, destroys for coolness and will give you the
earthly distinctions, and does
comfort that of old shoe.
away with the seeming differences in you expect an

the stations that men occupy in life. CITRUS Z v

The maid who sweeps a room and the EXCHANGENOW'S Florsheim lasts are "Natural Shape,"

president of a great nation, when ,. <. suited to your feet, and Florsheim
viewed from an angle far enough
styles are designed for men of your
away, appear the same. It is simply
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service that gives meaning to the I .. I
endeavors of both.
From the sayings of Jesus one can Take a look at the Apollo," try it

not escape the conclusion that chief THE TIMEto on, let it demonstrate the comfort

places belong to a code that is anti- O and quality makeup of our Florsheim
thetical to the law of Heaven. He get ready for the rainy season. footwear.

becomes chief, under Heaven's law, PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH
who embraces most in his endeavorsas

Under this law it is easily under- $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's ,. :

stood that jealouses, that now obtain
among individuals and nations, would
pass and a new dawn must inevitablecome PioneerCORNER
for no antagonism could be CSSS
aroused through the endeavors in
honest service of any people, for the COURT AND PINE STREETS

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South Florida SentinelMORNING bath room. in Boston, Massachu
The body of S. B. next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent
AND WEEKLYV. C. G. Westcott is in receipt of a in Brownsville this morning the two months $50. Emily Curtis\

r:. GLENN ...,......" .._......EdiUrW. letter from Mr. W. L. Snow, one of lando, Fla., and after a 500 Boylston street. Boston
C. ESSINGTON Businru ManagerEntered 5-12-6tc:
-- the best trainers of race horses in the was interred in Redstone
at the poetoflfice at Orlando. )Florida I country in which he tells our Orlando The funeral was largely '
Clam Matter. CLUB
as Second Mail PRESSING
friend that his horses which are being I friends and relatives of the I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES worked out on the tracks at Detroit residing in and around
Daily 1 Y_r ........................ $5,00 in the Arcade Building
, Daily. 6 Months ............,......... 2-60 Mich., preparatory to going on villes.-Daily Record 7th.
Daily. 3 Months ...,....".,...,....... 1.25 the grand racing circuit which startsat Solicitor.'W -
Daily. 1 Month....,...,."....,..."... SO
Cleveland, Ohio on the 19th of work guaranteed and neat EDITORIAL
' Weekly. 1 Year ::.:'.:.:'.:'::'.:.::. $lOO July are showing up exceedingly well PAYERSThe done. Our work is
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN and that he expects some good results our prices are the lowest.I I

from the Orlando steppers.Mr. City Tax Collector is the place to : REMARKSON
Westcott has Joe Douglass, ered to the City Solicitor i clothes made new.
Copy for display and all other handsetadrrrUMnc with a record of 2:211-2 in the trot i quent City tax lists to be scrubbed and pressed75c.
aunt be handra in at the businessdire
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... class, and Willie Caffee a pacer, who hopes cording that to delinquent law. The tax dry cleaned, pressed___60c.

U the chances day before for pabli contract<-ation.advertising This rate:applies it is steps it off in 2:191-2. in training in avoid heavy extra costs to pressed _____________40c.
invariable and: will be strictly adhered to.= Michigan, and a couple of two year by payment without suit Palm Beaches scrubbedand
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued olds in Columbia, Tenn. opportunity 30th. After will that be date given pressed ____________50c
should notify the office in writing on Mr. Westcott is a very enthusiastic without :: suits pressed ______25c.
continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will horseman and a great lover of pedi- brought Payment should be We do ladies' work also. Give OUR CORSETS

until-notice to stop is received. A. Smith assistant, trial and be convinced.
' Telephone;NnmbrWEDNESDAY.......,.............. 24 greed animals. He expects to spend May 10, 1915. a .
some time this summer taking in the called for and delivered.
MAY 12, 191;). races which will be held during July 5-11-2tc City Phone 613.

---- -.- August and September, and at their I
NOT AN IDLE conclusion expects to have his stringof I i

DREAM. horses brought to Orlando for the i. WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES"The I I I iI "h

Interest in the sinking of the Lusi- winter. i r

tania and how President Wilson would Mr. Westcott recently purchased a Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The II I I II
deal with the question proved a gen- tract of 120 acres of land on the Con- House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began." I
eral topic of war discussion yesterday. way brick road and is contemplating "Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Say." In Paris
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed street
horses on every corner
However, the horrors of war duringthe stocking it with blue ribbon "
I and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy.
past ten months have been soI and cattle, and what it may lack in All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eternal -
criminal and bloody, so terrible and size will more than be made up for in City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To
deep rooted that the mind has become quality. Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place."
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and The Reijm of Law" has
blotter-it merely
something of a ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and I
the sordid tales of sinking craft, STRUCK BY LIGHTNING "Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of I .
slaughter on the battlefields and as- Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of
sassination from the sky.Yhen oncea Mr. Andrew Blocker Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are WeHeady" I
spent Sundaywith to go to "A Far Country and march in "The Paths of Glory" that
battle in Flanders in early August Mr. Rief, an old friend of his leads towards "Victorv" Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The I
caused one to gasp and cringe with who lives at Martin, and reports that Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does
terror, today a much larger conflicton he sustained a heavy loss in Saturday not send "forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of

a much grander scale causes a feel- night's thunder storm. Some time Dishonor.

# ing of more or less indifference. One's during the night lightning struck in \v. S. BRANCH,
l mind is beginning to lose the detailsof his hog pasture killing seventyninehead
the conflict and in a general way of fine hogs. They were all

beginning to think only of results and killed as they slept in a bunch, and -.------ -- -- -
what effect a battle or a successful nine were in the least marked from J-

campaign may have upon the outcome the shock. There was no indicationof .
what effect it will have in bring- the lightning having struck a treeor i.
1 1
ing about a cessation of hostilities.The anything else in the vicinity, although -
sinking of the Lusitania broughtthe the bolt that caused such hav-

war very close to America and oc was heard by the Rief family. The

here it will remain until Wilson has herd was composed of high bred stock

reached a solution which only his and the loss to Mr. Rief is quite a

master mind can properly treat. Fol- blow. He has been farming at Mar-

lowing the expected trend of diplo- tin for the past eighteen months, being Economy is a virtue, but it must be

matic intercourse the slow and tedi- one of a large colony of German- practiced with discretion. To purchase an
ous red tape exchange of notes and Americans who came here at that
messages, the American mind will relapse time from Indiana.-Ocala Star. inexpensive corset manifests wisdom, but

into that state of stoical. sub- to buy a cheap corset spells folly.
mission- to an outcome which at' its" BORN TO MR. AND MRS. PEPPERCORN FOR RENT AND SALEThe

best is impenetrable at the present The front lacing principle did much for
moment. The Orlando public is a
unit in expressing the wish for a I the comfort of women, but principle aloneis
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Peppercorn of
peaceful conclusion of the present East Anderson street, are receivingthe Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America not enough, it must be combined with f
most trying situation. That Wilson
;. congratulations of their friends Street. Lot 67V x332. House is modern and contains perfect design.
will handle the question in a masterly
upon the arrival of a pretty baby girl
manner is not doubted. That the future seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
which the stork presented to them Paquin is a designer, and Smith is a
action of the United States will
bearing fruit trees. Ornamental and
yesterday. The young miss has a fine shrubbery.
have weight in bringing about peaceis start in life with a weight of seven designer, both create, but how different
Peace be concluded
expected. may pounds, and has been named Virginia their creations.
before winter sets in. That is what
Belle. She is being given a cordial
sober, well balanced citizen de-
welcome.The There are makes of Corsets on the
sires. That the United States is the
happy parents sent to their
only remaining neutral nation capableof friends a little card announcing in market, some good, some bad, some indif-

promoting a peace is an assured verse the new arrival. The card was: ferent. Some are properly designed and
fact. That the Lusitania disaster may S. Y. WAY
"Orlando Florida fit others do
be the means of bringing about an some poorly designed, some ;
May 11, 1915
agreement between the warring na- not.
This little card to you will tell
tions is not an idle dream and in the Of a little girl named 'Virginia Bell'Who Insurance and Real Estate Agent I

solution of the problem by President on this day at one p. m. was born Ambition is a wonderful power, it is the
Wilson an even greater: question- To Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Peppercorn. motive that prompts big things.
,(. peace-may be solved. Who knows? PHONE 172Everything

JUDGE MINOR S. JONES VISITS We are ambitious to have the finest
tI I The city council acted wisely yesterday ORLANDO
t when it passed the two ordinances f Corset Department in Central Florida.

f dealing with the powers thatr Judge Minor S. Jones of Titusville How far we have succeeded is known to
should belong to the city physician is in Orlando, having arrived Monday
\ almost woman who studies ease
every ,
and stringent precautions for the evening and expects to be here sev-

t safeguarding of food. The powers of eral days in attendance upon the circuit comfort and style in her daily life.

the newly appointed city physician, court which convened in this city

: Dr. Sylvan :McElroy' are clearly de- yesterday. He was for a number of We make a distinct feature of the following
fined. lIe has it in his power to bet- years judge of the circuit court of the
makes, believing they represent
ter conditions and produce a high seventh judicial circuit. He is knownas -

standard of sanitation and healthful- a just judge and is now engaged in the acme of style, fit and contour. *

ness. the pursuit of his profession practic-

0 ing law. To write that Judge Jonesis from Head to Foot BON TON ROYAL WORCESTER

"A time of waiting passes quicklyif a favorite in Orlando would be LYRA
it is employed in working for the hopelessly to underestimate his popu- in. our Dru< tore

thing for which one is waiting," remarked laritq. lIe has endeared himself to AMERICAN: LADY THE GOSSARD

a man of wisdom and obser- people in all walks of life and is receiving Hair Tonic S ff ffBL1111U1L HAIR

vation. If you are waiting for good a warm welcome from his TOPII Prices range from$1.00 -

things for Orlando, the thin<* to do to friends. While here he is making his l-o I

employ the period of waiting is to home at the Tremont hotel. .:. ; t I to $25.00Our

work for the realization of those good Plasters C -3
I ,

o Altamonte Springs, Fla., May 11.- '' -- -:... i experienced corsetiere will be pleased

President Wilson is absolutely cor- Mrs. N. H. Fogg left yesterday on a .
to help you. .
rect when he says there is something sixty days journey to Leonia Idaho, :1 \ 4 I

much nobler and greater than fight- 1 to visit her daughter and family, Mrs.J. .
ing. M. Tracy who have resided there .
o the past year. Mr. Tracy has large i: q S.

The quickest and best way to do holdings in the Idaho Gold and Radium -

things, is to do one thing at a time. Mining company, in the Rocky I :T-TT
Mountains. Mrs. Tracy will probably 1

SAN JUAN DINING ROOM: TO return with her mother- to spend next \ '

CLOSE SATURDAYThe winter in Florida's delightful climate.Mr. .

Fogg who visited that country

San Juan hotel dining room, fifty-five years ago, does not feel :
which has been the mecca for thou- equal to the long trip to the wild' and DICKSON .IYS[ CO.

sands this season to go and refresh woolly West at his age in life, but I
the inner man, will close Saturday prefers to spend the balance of his ;
evening, May 15, after supper. The days in the shade of his own vine and

hotel will remain open as usual fig tree in the most delightful climateon Get it at .DEPARTMENT STORE. r
throughout the summer for the recep- earth fair Florida.
tion of roomers. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. MERCK'SWe .. ..
Jordan who have looked after the DANN SELLS LOT IN COLONIAL
culinary department of Orlando'slargest HILLS
hotel, will leave the following Dr. P.. D. Buckmaster is the latest are the nearest drug store The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

week for their summer home in New purchaser of a lot in Colonial Hills PHONE 68 tesy, of fair dealing of trustworthy mer-

)Market :New Hampshire, where they having made the deal with Carl Dann chandise, at right pricesr !

will remain until October 1, at which )-esterda)'. Dr. Buckmaster is pleased MERCK'S PHARMACY: I

time the dining room will open for with his location and will build imme- (
S i the season. I diately. I THE REXALL STORE



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I City. She was accompanied home by 5 Cents J
her little granddaughter. ,
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Miss Susie Magruder entertainedthe GRAND TOIJ.\rs 1'UOGKAM: .
Needlework Craft Club in the I
par- Majestic. "What Might Have Been:" rO 1
lors of the Empire hotel yesterday in two reels a drama. ;
afternoon. Keliance. "The Tenor of the Moun I
tains." 1j
Kej stone. "A Bad Game."
are running Mutual I
: I Few messages have brought such TODAY"A the Favorite. I
Five cents to all. ,
genuine sorrow, nor to as large a cir-
cle of warm friends here as did the GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0
Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY.
totally unexpected tidings of yesterday We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
that Mrs. Wm. C. wife of CLEAN SLATE"A
Gray represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different -
Bishop Gray, had passed from earthlylife
Lubin Drama. from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
in Nashville Monday afternoon, visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
:May 10th, from heart failure.
DR. J. c. HOWELL precious stones.
The Bishop and Mrs. Gray (with
Miss\ Emma, Mr. Joseph Gray and Osteopathic Kitksville Physician Graduate and Surgeon ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.AJh .
family) had moved last fall into their "THE STONE HEARTAn Consultation Free .
comfortable new home on the out- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan i -en
skirts of Nashville, and were together Edison Drama. HoteL IO:::( I 1

enjoying the rest and quiet after their Office Phone Tlfr; Residence 1018
twentyoneears of faithful, zealous Orlando, Fla.
labor in Southern Florida. YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE
Mrs. Gray's early childhood was "HIS NIGHT OUT"A HERE
spent in Virginia, her father an Epis- LucerneTODAY
copal clergyman of high standing. Biograph Comedy. E..a in selecting wall paper for your
Later the family moved to Philadelphia -I home. Our stock contains all the lat
and her education was completedat 4 est designs in such a varied assortment -
Bryn Mawr. She afterward accepted I '- that you are sure to find just
position with the faculty of "THE SIEGE OF LIEGE"A .'s ,4- the kind you have been looking for.
I -'k Come in and see our offering and get
the school for girls founded by Bishop i Mina Comedy.
HOW CISSY MADE GOOD"A yr our prices. You'll be interested.
Gray at Bolivar, Tenn. (now St. Katherine's -
I Hall-meeting) him for the
: first time there.In Broadway Star special fea- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

all the many years since their ture complete in three great : -) 205 S. Orange Avenue
happy marriage she has been the
Bishop's right hand helper, her whole parts. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

life a blessing to others. Since their Produced by the Vitagraph Co. ,
move to Orlando in January, 1893, she
has held the lasting friendship of all 5 cents 10 centsROOfG4RDEN Three Reels of Real Laughter.
who knew her and probably no trio of
Orlandoites has been so greatly WRIGHT SEED COMPANY
missed since leaving as have Bishop "ANOTHER SHADE OF
and Mrs. Gray and Miss Emma.
As president for years past of theWoman's GREEN"A I "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use
Auxiliary of Southern Flor- Lubin Comedy. I
ida, her helpful influence was the Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.
more widely extended over many par- I Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.
ishes and missions throughout the FOUR REELS OF THE BEST International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.
Bishop's large field. Her gentle min- Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augus-
istry extended also in seeming endless PICTURES IN TOWN tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal
way, her home ever a center ofmost j and Sudan Grass, Dasheens. -
cordial hospitality, her close interest .
and help furthering the workof
the Cathedral parish, of the Hospital FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS

of the Cathedral school; her BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL
Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
ready sympathy ever extended for the TO DAY
sick and bereaved.
Her life was marked by faithful -

to all duty, by a deep devotion' "THE DOORWAY OFDESTRUCTION" -
and unwavering faith, by helpfulnessin

truest sense to all around her. A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Her son, Rev. Campbell Gray, and
A war drama in two parts.
his family, of Rhinelander, Wis., are
r'I well known here, as are also her stepson Established 1886
:Mr. Jos. Gray, and family. For
them, for Miss Emma, and especiallyfor "THE WAY HE WON THEVIDOV"

Bishop Gray, the deepest
sympathy \
is felt. CURTIS & O'NEAL
II The time of the funeral has not Joker Comedy.
been announced here.
: A memorial service held at
10 o'clock this morning in St. Luke's "THE LOVE THAT LASTS"A INSURANCE LOANS
dh love drama.A .

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Pair of Shoes given at
and :Mrs. C. L. Niles, promi- away
nent winter visitors who have been 9 o'clock tonight.
located in the City Beautiful since
last fall, enjoying the congenial
weather and sunshine, departed yesterday THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE

afternoon over the Atlantic CITY
For Sale
I Coast Line for their summer home in
Anamosa, Iowa. They will return to
: spend next season.
: 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price

Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Hathaway and

mother, Mrs. Bennett, prominent win- 450000. A bargain.
ter visitors here, departed yesterday Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
afternoon on the Atlantic Coast Line :
train for their home in Fall' River, --
Mass. They have been located at the I -
New Lucerne during the past season, :
and have enjoyed every minute of ARCADEMILK
their visit here. This was their fifth ,
winter in this city, and they intend returning -
next and will
season make it

yd earlier than they did last year. PONT SWAT THE FLY !

Mr. C. H. Bryant, who has been as-
sociated with the Orlando Buildingand DEPOTBUTTER

Land company since his arrival in Screen home with our galvanizedwire
this city in October last, will leave i

today for Boston, Mass., where he cloth at moderate cost.
will the
spend summer. Mr. Bryanthas
made many friends in Orlando by MILK This will effectively keep out flies
his personality, and those who have Fresh
met and had business dealings with Every Day. gnats mosquitoes and other insects
him have been very much impressed oc. per glass ,
by his demeanor. He will return in
and is
the fall for another season. 2 jc. per gallon



f Mr. J. R. Davis, of Bartow, was a Fresh Homemade IN THE WORLD'
welcome visitor to Orlando yesterday.
lie is a member of the executive committee SANDWICHESPIES
of the Growers' and
League and was here to attend a CAKESARCADE Hardware Storeon the Corner
meeting of that organization. Mr.
Davis is one of the largest and most:!
successful truckers in Polk county,

and forty has acres an irrigated.area of one He hundred is a grower and MilK DEPOT! JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S

and shipper of sweet potato plants I
and slips, and says the demand far I I MRS. E. M. PARRY I

: exceeds his output.

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- Lake Site NOTCE OF ELECTION I.iumber. La1:11s and Slu11gles

SENTINEL Notice is hereby given to the registered -
voters of Ocoee that there will
be an election held at that place on
Monday: June 7, 1915, to decide upon
WANTSThe I I incorporating the town. 5-74w

Two PHONE 646

z Morning Sentinel Want For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
Directory is the Greatest Want ORLANDO I
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. FIRST CLASS REPAI RING-

Terms Cash in Advance. BARNARD & SON

136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES 17 Hughey Street Orlando: Fla.

tage on two lakes. Knock Out For One Day ______________25t 12-10-im Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c
$15 per acre. For Six Days __i.____________75c
. For One Month ____________$2.50
: 60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads W Dr. S. S. Jones'CHIROPRACTOR
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If graduate Davenport College, 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
being to health by chiro-
counts opened by telephone will be practic adjustments, the new scienceof G.A..S
payable the following day. the .
removing cause of disease. Examination ,
free. 1224lmoDr.

(ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Every Every Home-Every Man has use Business-for a I
Sentinel Want Ad.

Wttklns. Block PHONE 104: F. F. ThompsonDENTIST I

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115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
FOR SALE-A lady going North O'Neals. Is a servant that can do a lot of"things to make your

will dispose of a Victrola talking kitchen work easier and pleasanter.A .
can buy foundation machine reasonably. Phone 1009, 3
stone building blocks, side- rings. 5-11-2tc
walk tile, or anything In my ii DoctorsBucklllastcr RUUD AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER will give
FOR SALE-Velvet beans, $4.00
line at reduced. Call around bushel; clay peas, $2.40 per bushel; & Briindage you steaming hot water quickly and economically
and let me surprise you on unknown and speckled cowpeas, $2.45
prices. per bushel. J. L. Dean, prop. City you want just when and where you want it. .
Drug Store. 5-11-7tc OSTEOPATHS
F. D. GORE, Personal instruction under Dr. Still One of our perfect new GAS RANGES will smoothout
FOR SALE-A Na. 1 Studebaker surrey -
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. in excellent condition; rubber at Kirksville, :Mo. your cooking troubles-cook quickly, cleanly, and
tires, and will sell very reasonable if 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Nothing charged at these prices.. taken at once. $5 will get it. A. L. National Bank. Phone 578. economically.You .
Maclean, Gotha, Fla. 5-11-6t*
I can enjoy the convenience and saving of an ALL
FOR SALE-Ford runabout, full
equipment, electric lights, electric Orlando Wood Yard GAS KITCHEN at a surprisingly low cost.
OSTEOPATH horn, shock absorbers. A bargain.Act .
quick. Ford Garage, Church St. Let us show you.

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 5-11-tf. Removed from Pine St. two blocks I

Office corner Orange Aveaue and FOR SALE-One or two fine lake north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Church SU. Davis & McNeil Bldg., front lots for sale, on Great Con- ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
way lake. Good shore, high site.
Phone 419.Clean
Address all times.
"High Site, Sentinel office.
5-6-6t .

FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car,
5 passenger, in good condition; extra B. KINGSLEYPHONE
Up equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO;}

Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. E 344 .

FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1912
Buy your Cleaning' model; over $50 worth of extras;
must be sold before May 15. W. H.
Materials of
us. Palmer, 3 West Pine street. 5-9-3t*

Brooms FOR SALE-Typewriter box, leather, DON'TNORRY\
steel ribbed, strong and durable,
with lock, key and handle; dust proof
Mops and new. Inquire at Sentinel office. A
5-7-6t .

Soaps If you are disappointedabout
Washing Powders clean, nice cash business for a getting a new Eas-
lustier, on easy terms; requires only ter Suit,we can put your
Soap Powders small payment Address,F balance, care suit old one in good condi- Service will Service will

ld Buy a can of Lay-U- 4-9-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story tion Ions.for just such occas I L May Start 10th Pnr S rin! Wat r May Start 10 thIn

Dust. cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
, 2-23-tf .

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

Steam Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando growing to the proportions that demands

New Modern G FURNISHED ROOMS for light house- Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to
f Grocery keeping, or room and board, in private -
family; terms reasonable. 10 the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or- .
Gould street, or apply Sentinel.
r Phone 200 5-6-6t* lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

FOR RENT-Modern house of seven Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

6 and 8 East Pine St. rooms, screened porch, bath, large COOLER Free of Charge.
closets, gas and electric lights, closein

f Phone, one 520 block, or inquire from1.312.North E. church.Main and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per

street. 5-9-6t*
[ FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- I Floral Designs gallon.No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
$2.00 Yancey. 3-28-tfc

FOR RENT-Until October 1, cheap, ANALYSIS
large furnished house, 8 rooms, on :
Lake Eola. Owner going North. Ad- /
t dress 5-9-3tc W., Box 146, or phone 523. .Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.

Rollins College, Florida.
'r' BUYERS AND SELLERSI Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915
; buy, sell rent, and exchange: real H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
andRETURN estate.over 30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, J. M. CARUTHERS Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

20000000. Call and see me. brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.

WANTED ____________________________..Clear.
: Under, New Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral
MONDAY MAY tm WANTED POSITION-A young man FREE AMONIA ___________________________None.
having fifteen years experience in ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ______________None. .

department where ability stores and merit desires would position war- Smyth House CHLORIDE _______________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
Tickets good on all rant advancement. Best references. TOTAL SOLIDS ________________________8 parts per 1,000,0000.46grains per gallon.
Regular Trains Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _____________________________Trace -1 .

One Block from Court House HARDNESS ______________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit May 13thVIA The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from BOARD monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
railroad and brick road 12 of the body.
; acres, 9 Rates by Day or Week. Summer
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Atlantic Coast LineStandard Mahlon acres unimproved Gore. ; extra good 4-28-tfc land. Rates Now On. I amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

MRS. J. McCAMY I quality.A .
LAST PARTY TO NEW YORK via very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Railroad of the South the Atlantic Coast Line, Friday, the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
May 14, 2:43 p.m. Rate $17.60. See just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof
LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783,
506 Lexington street. Get your iden- the body. Yours respectfully,
ticket tification agent.Umbrellas cards. from depot or city CLINT BASS (Signed) THOS R. BAKER. .


recovered and repaired! West Jefferson Street
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Shop. 21 .t:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Successor' ELDER SPRING WATER CO. t

DR. L. H. RAMSDELL Daily reading of Sentinel ads is Hand Wood CompanyWood
sure profit. Don't pass that part of LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEV.
CJPTOM ETRISTI the paper by.Quickest of All Kinds

ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES results, and the kind that PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444r'

AND DO ALL KINDS OF are worth money, are the kind you I PRICES 1
OPTICAL REPAIRING get through Sentinel want ads. i 1I

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Mrs. R. H. Hart, the factory expert demonstrator will be here all the week. She will

lecture and answer your questions daily. Program Tuesday, cakes; Wednesday, meats;

Thursday, bread; Friday and Saturday, general cooking.


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NOTED FOR HIS GOLDFISH DETAILS OF DISASTER I them. There will not be so great a BROWN COFFINS FOR NOTABLES We supposed nearly every house- friends should inform her that she is

number picked up, however, as was j I I keeper in this age of the world had at least twenty-five years behind the
of the in the north Atlantic after j I Cheap brown coffins contained the
Mr. O. B. Floyd Orlando representing Queenstown. company of Brit- case learned the well estaonsned principlethat times in the science of
a big New Orleans wholesale : ish soldiers Sunday completed the the Titanic disaster, for that vessel \,bodies of Charles Frohman Isaac F. making good
"coffee boiled is coffee spoiled
house, has been in town and while I digging of three huge graves, each !remained afloat so long all on deck :Turnbull of Bridgeport, Conn.; Mrs. coffee.
but 'I
here called on his old time friend, L. I thirty by twenty feet in which theI I had ample time to carefully adjust. Henry D. MacDona of New York, the now magazine comes section an expert of (the Times-
M. Murray, to whom he used to sell 140 odd unidentified dead were buried ,life belts. 1 Some men have reasons to advancefor
1I I Charles II. Stevens of Atlantic City, Union who gives off two columns ofadvice
goods when Mr. Murray was an East Monday. I their failure, but on the other
N. J.; Dr. F. S. Pearson of New York, about coffee and coffee makingand
Coast merchant. Mr. Floyd has a Flowers Strewn Over Corpses of I hand, if they
were successful
tells her readers to boil the coffee
pretty home in Orlando, and is uniquefor Children TO SAVE ANYBODY OR :I). Walker of New York, Dr. Pear-
I five minutes. Some of this writer's would be none.
possessing one of the largest Many: children and little babies still HELP SHIP son's secretary; Mrs. McBride, Hugh
stocks of goldfish owned by a private lie in the morgue like so many dolls. I Compton, C. T. Bodrick of Boston,
citizen in the country. In a pond near The townspeople covered them with Queenstown.-Clinton Bernard, of Herbert Ellis of New York Mrs. An-
his residence he has hundreds of these flowers today and it is probable these New York, a first cabin survivor of htony Nation of New York, and Mrs. SPRAYINGFor
pretty and much prized fish. He little ones will be placed in a grave 'the Lusitania, said of his experiences: Spillman of Detroit.
steadfastly refuses to sell any of together. )
"The German submarine made no White Fly and Scale, with Schnarr's In-
he of them spray
them though gives some Nearly All Survivors Bruised NO PANIC
to We it secticide. For Red Ruste Mite and all other Mites
friends.-Ocala attempt save anybody. saw Spider.
to his favored Star. Some on crutches, many limping, j
and nearly all bruised the survivors j for a moment just before it dove. A sharp lookout for submarineswas infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur

MADE A FORTUNE IN TOMATOES left their hotels in silent groups toj j "The first torpedo struck us be- kept aboard the Lusitania as she Compound.
These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
Fifty thousand dollars is the esti- day. There were some Americans, j tween the first and second funnels. approached the Irish coast according
be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
mated value of the 250-acre crop of many Canadians and English. The Lusitania shook and settled Ernest Cowper, a Toronto newspa- lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. .
tomatoes now being harvested by a Reason Children Abroad t per man, who was among the survivors -
down a bit. Two other torpedoes Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
force of 100 men on the Meacher & The presence of so many childrenon He declared that after the
quickly followed and soon finished our cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
Wood tract west of Perrine. Some- the Lusitania was due to the fact ship was torpedoed there was no pan-
will have at the end of the
you no regrets season.
where around 40,000 crates of toma- that Canadian women were going to ship. Four or five of our life boats ,ic among the crew, but that they went
toes will be shipped, making up about England to join relatives while the went down with her, and the tremen- about the work of getting passengersinto
C5 car loads of the delectable' vegetable -i husbands were at the front. dous suction as the liner was engulfed the boats in a prompt and effi- 1. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
to be placed on the tables of Why Bodies Are Scarce dragged many down. cient manner. ,
northern epicureans by this firm of Not a single body was brought in "The first torpedo burst with a big

. energetic hustlers.-Miami Metropolis. -I today, but some bodies may yet be thud, and we knew that we were Again we call your attention to the Florida
found if a storm does not scatter doomed." classified ads.

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenienceof


':., "! F Poll r Bxdhaue<< F For r F1ora! a Property

Remington .. RemingtonBefinment

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

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gearsl;Shift Automatically. -

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

Price, $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages 54 acres of land, Bowling
Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage

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

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

, property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We .
: have some trades in Florida property to offer near anti in Lakeland, Fort
a tone of distinction
toy Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -

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

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

Income Property.WARING.
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The that
power commands -

-' respect.


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

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

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



;, R. D. WARING, Manageri P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish wecan! match what you haves


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Demostration Ideal_ Fireless Cooker

t McCulloch's all this week. STATEMENTOF

Mr. S. Y. Way is looking after business -
matters in Jacksonville this THE
r. Peoples National BankAt 14
"' Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fudge, of Gras-
mere, were among the welcome visitors -
to Orlando yesterday. the close of business May 1, 1915

Any ladies' hat in the house for 50
The State Bank of Orlando cents, at Boardman's Sale. 5-12&14

ORLANDO, FLORIDA Mr. A. W. Carter left yesterday on

a business trip to points on the East and Discounts_____________________$406,155.07
At the Close of Business, April 30th, 1913 Coast. He expects to return the
Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73
RESOURCESLoans Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________518014.76 Col. Carey D. Landis is among the S. Bonds _____________________________ :31,000.00:

Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 prominent lawyers in attendance upon Other Bonds ________________________-__ 13,556.06
____________________ the circuit which
Stocks and Bonds ___ 187,732.69 court, began its session Real Estate
etc. _________________ 37,300.32Cash t
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 in this city yesterday.
in Banks _____________________ 481,342.24
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32 and
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 Curtain goods, all kinds, at half
price, at Boardman's Sale. 512&14Mr. $971,272.24

1095178.62 H. R. Morse, one of the leading LIABILITIES
citizens Melbourne, is in Orlandoon

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00Surplus business. He is among those registered Capital _________________________________$ 50,000.00
Profits _____________
and Undivided 43,473.22Bills at the Tremont hotel. Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00Undivided
Payable ___________________________ None
Rediscounts ____________________________ None Mrs. A. M. Crawford left yesterday Profits _______________________ 9,529.04
afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
Deposits 1,001,705.40 ot make an extended visit with Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ 640.25

relatives in Chicago and various Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00
$1,095,178.62 points in Wisconsin.All Deposits __877,595.13 .

laces at half price at Board- $971272.24GROWTH
man's Sale. 512&14Mr.

and Mrs. W. P. Watson left last
evening over the Seaboard Air Line

for an extended trip which will include May 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90

Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo and May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84

other points in the North and East. May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80May

1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00
Mr. M. F. McDonald, one of the

popular residents of the place which!
bears his name on the Seaboard AirLine
in Orange county, was among
the business visitors to Orlando yes-

Table linens at half price at Boardman's
: iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiMAXWELL. .1..1111.
I : Sale. 512&14Mr.
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JK:' .: W. R. O'Hara, representing the
Pennsylvania' Lines, and Mr. Frank
A 4 Corwin, looking after the interests of
the Central of Georgia railroad, were
among the popular transportationmen
spending yesterday in Orlando.
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; I Iq : ; siM rl Mrs. W. II. Rybolt, who has spent
y the season with her daughter, Mrs.
Carey Hand, 304 North Orange ave- Fully Equipped $750.00A
nue, left yesterday over the Atlantic
i Coast Line for her home in Greens-
burg, Ind., where she will spend the
summer. good Car backed up by a

All kinds of dress ginghams at Sc. good CompanySold
LIVE ON THE PORCH' a yard now, including ToilJe du Nords,
Amoskeags, and Red Seals, at Board-
man's Sale. 5-12&14

Mrs. Herschel Fudge and daughter,
Miss Miriam, and son, Norman, who

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- have spent the winter in Orlando, left
yesterday over the Seaboard Air Lin< By
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch 'can be for Atlanta, Ga., where they will .
converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. spend a couple of weeks and then go

your.porch.Here are a few of many specially made pieces for to Saluda, N. C., for the summer. I San Juan Garage Company .

: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kurd and daughter -
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs Miss Aida, are among those who
Haltex Fibre FurnitureIaple Chairs and Rockers have recently departed for their
F Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings homes in the North. They left yesterday -
,r morning over the Atlantic
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t Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline intending to return to Orlando when -
Shoves. Select yours to day. the season rolls round.

r Two counters of shoes, values up to Bank Organized April 16th, 1906
$6 on one counter, now selling for
: OSCAR HAND & SON $2 for choice; also one counter selling STATEMENT OF .
at $1 a pair, at Boardman's Sale. ,


Howard Lewis, of Pittsburgh,
Pa., was visitor to Orlando
day. He has a number of friends yester in At the close of business May 1, 1915

Illtlltli II this vicinty, having at
8.1 ilMiiMliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti !I ; one time been
Condensed From Report to The Comptroller
a resident of Orange county. He was
very much surprised at the growth of RESOURCES LIABILITIES

GIFTS FOR GRADUATES Orlando, and hopes to come South Loans and Discounts _______________$381,830.29 Capitol Stock ____________________$100,000.00
i next season and will make his home Overdrafts ________________________ 920.54 Surplus and Undivided Profits _______ 3-1,3:15.80:
: in this city. Stocks and Bonds __________________ 24,668.33 Dividends Unpaid ______________ 12.00
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures__ 42.167.S6 Bills Payable ____________________ None .
: Mrs. E. M. Robinson, who has spent Cash on hand and due from other banks 340,701.83 Re-Discounts _____________________ None
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin
.., : the entire season at the St. Jameshotel DEPOSITS ______________________ 633,215.09: :
left yesterday for Sanford, Due to Banks ------_______________ 675.9 "'-. 4
Pendantor where she sailed on the Clyde Line

steamer for Jacksonville, thence to $790,288.85 $1 ,288.85
New York city by the same line. From
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best : the metropolis she will go to her sum Reserve carried by the Bank ________$340.701.83 ,
Deposits 1
value for your money by coming to us. : mer home in Worcester, Mass., where Reserve required by Law __________ 131,043.00 May 1915655215.09
Deposits, May 5, 1915______ 691,650.85Reserve
We : she will keep posted during her absence
specialize in pieces of the better class-fine
goods, notable for from Orlando by reading the in excess of amount required
merit. We excel superior in this workmanship line, yet our prices and diamondsof are ex- : Daily Sentinel. Her many friends by Law ______________-________$209,658.83 Increase in four days __$ 36,435.76

ceedingly low. We also offer you choice selections and : will be pleased to know that she has The officers and directors of The Orlando Bank and Trust Co., desires to call the attentionof
the best service. : planned to return early in the falL I its patrons and the citizens of Orlando to the above strong and healthy statement. The management -
of the Bank feels that this showing re fleets the sane and progressive methods employed
We are organized to produce QUALITY and do it : Messrs. D. C.
we Reed and Henry Mad liberal in its
in this financial institution. They endeavor to pursue a progressive policy: to be -
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the : ler, of St. Augustine, are spending a I of its patrons and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking. Accounts of all who desire t tI

wearer. ; couple of days in Orlando in the interest the services of well equipped and safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
of the Anastasia Methodist A s- I

T. H. EVANSJEWELER :::: the haven sembly.attractive resort invalid,of offering rest They literature a chance and are to recuperation the distributing to of regain busy this ,Florida man health and very to a I Orlan Bank & Trll t C ill any.

: The beach is considered second to ,
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00
none on the Atlantic Coast, is
near I
: the Ancient City, and needs no mention Total Resources Over Three-Quarters of a Million.
: being known the world over as I

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