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 13, 1915
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Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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South Florida sentinel
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Empire, "Door Open" to Germany to Make
YESTERDAY'S ----- --
Argument to Future Policy It Is Not

National League Being an Ultimatum FROM WALLS OF CLUB SALT WATER FISH BILL IS

New York 6, Cincinnati 5.

DIED YESTERDAYJAMES Brooklyn 11, Chicago 5. Washington, May 12.-The United States' note to Germany New York.-Theodore Roosevelt'stwo UP AGAIN

Boston 6, St. Louis 2.PittsburghPhiladelphia. dealing with the destruction of the Lusitania and the consequent photographs were torn from the

BENJAMIN PARTIN rain. loss of many American lives will say that Germany has been con- walls of the grill room of the Fourteenth _
ANSWERED MAKER'S Cleveland 2, New League York 4. ducting her warfare in violation of international law and will say Assembly Progressive Club of I: NOW APPEARS THAT BILL

CALL AGED 71 Detroit 1, Boston 4. also to an extent in which the United States and its citizens suf- Brooklyn last night and cast into the WILL MEET WITHi

Chicago 4, Washington 1. fered.In junk heap. i' APPROVALNo

Served in War Under Confederate St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 0. consequent of these violations, Germany must be held re- About half or probably more than

Flag-Record Noble Federal League sponsible.: half of the club members are Ger- Decision on Removal Orders

One-Funeral Buffalo Chicago-Brooklyn 2, Pittsburgh rain.3. Whatever justification she may 'offer for a continuance of her man-Americans who took up the Sent Up From Governor's

Today Kansas City-Newark rain. submarine policy which this nation holds to be a violation of international cudgels for the Bull Moose leader Office Several Days

St. Louis-Baltimore rain. law, Germany will be called upon to present. from the day the Bull Moose party Ago
James Benjamin Partin who has
been a resident of Orange county for Southern League Officials construe the language of the note as it stood tonightas came into existence. By C. F. Johnson

more than forty years, died at his Atlanta 6, Memphis 5. placing upon Germany all moral legal, and financial obligationsto That Col. Roosevelt should have Tallahassee, Fla., May 12.Special ( -

home on West Central avenue at 4:10 New Orleans 7, Nashville 2. the United States for the incidents of the Falaba the Cushing, made such a statement as he made. to the Sentinel.)-After the introduction -
Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 2.
o'clock yesterday morning of old age Little Rock-Mobile rain. the Gulflight and the recent tragedy of the Lusitania but as leav- ;yesterday in talking of the sinking of of a bunch of local bills,
and a complication of diseases fol- the Lusitania that he should actually two of which were given final passage
South Atlantic League ing the door open to Germany to make such argument she
as advocated clamor and said
may; have puolic
\ lowing an illness of about three under a waiver of rules, the senate
weeks.. Charleston 2-3. Albany 0-4. see fit as to her future policy.In things about Germany was more than today took up the salt water fish" bill,

Mr. Partin was born in Reedville Columbus 1-7 Augusta 0-0. brief, the note is not regarded in the nature of an ultimatum, these members could stand and at the ,which consumed three days recently
Columbia 2-2 Macon 1-2 secondsix
Ga., in March 1844 and was in the innings darkness.JacksonvilleSavannah. ; despite the efforts made by some officials close to President Wilson same time look upon his photograph |din the house, only to die an instantaneous -

.71st year of life's journey when the rain. to create the impression that it was of that character.The very time they went to the grill room I death on the final roll call, by
death summons came. He is survivedby for a quiet glass of beer or two. j I having the enacting clause strickenout.

his wife and three daughters, Mrs.T. consequences will not depend upon the attitude of Germany It was entirely too much. So the I The bill as presented to the senate -

H. Barlow Mrs. A. \V. Barlow and DEATH OF MRS. STANLEY'S in response to it, but rather on its own decisiveness.It Fourteenth Assembly Progressive however had bene redrawn and

Mrs G. E. LaVigne of Orlando; three MOTHER is understood to be decisive only in so far as to what has been Club called a special meeting last what had been the objectionable features -

sons, Charles Enoch and Chester done.It night. The board of governors, all I i in the house bill were elimi-
Word was received yesterday byMr.
Partin. One sister Mrs. J. B. Red- thoughtful men came first. They are: nated.
is not understood
to tell
[ F. W. Stanley who had just returned Germany with a finality, so far as I
ditt of Fort Christmas; three brothers Edward Underhill, chairman; George It now appears the bill will meet
Gilmore Partin Fort Christmas; from a trip to the East Coast the United States is concerned, what she must do in the future. Maurer John Koenig Max Siegel I with approval.
of the death of Mrs. Stanley's mother, --
R. C. and S. C. Partin Kissimmee. ---- and Felix Lax. After consuming two hours of the
which occurred Sunday at Santa
t He was a devout member of the morning session and two hours of the
Ana, California. Mrs. Stanley's SEARCH GERMAN
Methodist church and the funeral will VESSELS JOHN BOYER VISITING CITY afternoon in amending the bill it
mother C. C. Collins had been
be conducted from his home 205 West finally went to the engrossing com- ;
ill 1 only short time. She
a was sixty- -
Central avenue this morning at 10 Mr. John Boyer the popular traveling mittee to reappear on the calendar of
five years old and is survived by four NEW YORK :MAY: .-ACTINGON THERE. THE
salesman for the Florence
o'clock, Rev. J. B. Ley conducting the third reading bills.
services, and Dr. Poulson of the Bap- brothers and two daughters. She ORDERS FROM WASHINGTON DECLINED TO COMMENTON MacCarthy company Baltimore :Id., An executive session was held tonight

tist church assisting. was coming to Orlando this winter, SEVENTY CUSTOMS INSPECTORS II THE SEARCH, BUT IT WAS wholesale fancy dry goods and notions to consider removal orders sent
but illness
> prevented. Several weeks
.' Mr. Partin entered the Confederate MADE A RUSH TO HOBOKEN LEARNED THE OFFICERS WERE is in the city on one of his an- up from the governor's office several
service in ago Mrs. Stanley was called to California ORDERED TO MAKE A SEARCH nual visits. Mr. Boyer has been coming -
October 1861 as a privatein TODAY WHEN IT WAS days ago but no decision was reached
because of the sickness of her
D first Florida FOR ARMS AND AMMUNITION. to Orlando for the past twenty-
company regiment, ather. He improved and then the EXPECTED GERMAN STEAMSHIPS and nothing was given out as a resultof
at Sanderson, Fla. He served in Florida I THE FINDINGS WERE KEPT SE- odd years. lie has the happy facultyof the deliberations.
mother was stricken. The Sentinel
six months and then went to Ten- I dispensing rays of sunshine wher- I
unites with a large number of friendsin
nessee. He was captured at Mission- ever"he goes and his visits are always INSURANCE COMPANIES LOSE s
ary Ridge November 1863 and was expressing sympathy. Mrs. Stan- SECOND DAY OF SPRING TERMOF FIGHTING CONTINUES ON A remunerative to his firm and a pleasure MUCH MONEY 3
ley'wi11 return to the East in
. sent to Rock Island prison where he CIRCUIT COURT LARGE SCALE to his friends. He says that his
six weeks rejoining :Mr. Stanley and
remained until the end of the war. son, Mr. Chauncey Boyer who was New York.-A considerable
r He was a member of Orange Coun- they will another then return to Orlando to The spring term of the seventh judicial London May .-News of the the hero of every fan in this section, .amount of money in death claims-

ty Camp Confederate Veterans and spend winter. circuit court which convened in movements of the hostile armies in as he was a stellar player on the I though not, of course enough to cause 1

the remains will be laid to rest in the this city Tuesday morning Judge J. the Austrian campaign is contradictory Orlando and Rollins College etams any embarrassment-will be paid out
lot reserved for the old soldiers in the FOR SINKING THE W. Perkins of DeLand presiding and but tends to show that fighting will graduate this year from the Flor- through the local offices of life and .

city cemetery. LUSITANIA Jos. H. Jones of Orlando the court's continues on a large scale in some ida University at Gainesville and he accident insurance companies to the i

There has passed in the death of prosecuting attorney. sections. will engage in the practice of his kinspeople of policy holders who: lost

James Benjamin Partin a gentlemanin Tokio. There was but very little in the way In western Galicia Berlin states chosen profession, the law in Jack- their lives when the Lusitania was s''
Japan has sent to Great
whom the goodliest traditions of of proceedings accomplished the first that General MacKenzen's troops are sonville. Young Boyer passed a most torpedoed.The .
Britain and the United
the Old South were honored and in States mes- day by the court, the greater part of still in full pursuit of the Russians. creditable examination at Tallahasseeand heaviest loser is the Aetna
of sympathy the loss of life ,
whom the splendid faith of the New in sages the Lusitania disaster.on the first day being taken up in the Petrograd last night stated that the was admitted to the bar. Another company. i

South found a worthy exemplar. The The proper organization empaneling the Russians had taken up positions pre- pleasing epoch will take place in The estate of Alfred Gwynne Van-

seventy-one years of fruitful life Japanese press bitterly arraigns jury instructing the same, and the viously prepared and have halted the Mr. Boyer's life when on June 10, he derbilt will receive $50,000; from* the .
Germany for the sinking of the
brought him into intimate contact The sounding of the docket. German offensive by vigarous counter will be united in marriage to Miss Aetna. Charles Frohman's heirs will J
ship. Shimbun
with many epochs. lie lived broadlyas passenger An able grand jury for the present attacks. Esther C. Garrish one of Florida'ssweetest get 25000. The estate of Libert j
characterizes it
as a "massacre of innocents
well as long and his mellow autumn certain to incite the "righteous term of court has been selected. It The Russian war office states that young ladies, and who is Hubbard will be given a check for .

. days passed imperceptibly: to a indignation of Americans." Other has been organized into a working*the Muscovite offensive in the direction pleasantly remembered in this city $57,500; and that of his wife Alice ;

kindly winter, rich in human sympathy declare the time has force, and J. P. Cawood has been I of Czernowitz has been attended having visited Mrs. Peebles and Mrs. Hubbard $25,000. The balance of the '
that is born of deep experience, papers come chosen foreman, and Chas. E. Lar- with great success. Windom, in April last.
to "remove forever the German $250,000 goes to the heirs of persons
and crowned with the affection of un- men- tigue clerk. Both of these men are I The Austrians it is stated have less prominent.The 1

numbered friends. ace. known to be active workers, and the evacuated entirely the left bank of BRITAIN OUTDONE IN SUBMARINE next heaviest loser is the

As a soldier of the Confederacy grand jury as a whole may be prop- I'the Dneister.In WAR U. S. NAVY Equitable Life Assurance .
O. B. AND L. CO. SELL THREE Society .
Comrade Partin served his native LOTS erly regarded as being made up of the north the Russians claim MEN SAY which will have to pay out $211,300 in

Southland through the bitterness of this sort of materiaL It is as follows: they are continuing to press successfully straight life policies.The .

war, and as a staunch citizen and pa- C. R. Carter, A. M. Hancock, L. P. on the heels of the Germans who Washington.-Ranking officers of New York Life Insurance
George I. Edgerton Jr. tt>m-
triot he served it the Harrold, W. P. Gwynne, John H. have
through even ; been driven from Shavli. the American navy expect a radical has only five
yesterday three lots Colonial Drive pany claims totaling
. darker days of the reconstruction pe- )Mueller Jonas Larson C. E. Lartigue change in the administration of the $73,000. .

riod. His later years were ;years of just off Magnolia avenue, through the J. W. Dann, H. C. Moore, C. H. Hoff- GRIFFIN WANTS ACTION ON British admiralty as a result of the
and Land
serenity and cordial friendship and Building company. ner, M. A. Johns, Frank Pease J. I PETITION destruction of the Lusitania. It is GOVERNMENT HAS RIGGS BANK
These lots all have
bearing trees
this twilight came with peace and the on Hancock, J. W. White Geo. W. Phillips their belief that Great Britain has C.SEGAIX
jR them and Mr. is be
white promise of the stars. con- J. F. Barlow G. C. Knudson andJ. I S. S. Griffin has sent several petitions fallen far behind Germany in subma-
gratulated on securing this piece of
P. Cawood. I to Orlando rine warfare.
asking his
desirable land. This is Mr. Edger- constit- Washington.-Hearing of the case
ANOTHER "TIGER" TRAPPED ton's second purchase this season in Judge Perkins' charge to the grand I uents to circulate them and ascertain They also look for more daring of the Riggs National Bank against
jury was an able presentation of safe the will of the The raids by German submarines possiblyon
Orlando and he will probably build a people. petitionsdeal Secretary McAdoo, Comptroller Wil-
blind fell' and sound reasoning, and will doubt- with the the allies' Dardanelles fleet and if
Another tiger a victim to home here later.CARRANZA. special tax levy on not liams and Treasurer Burke was pbst-
the unerring shots of the local police less serve as a very beneficial guideto to exceed one mill for publicity to advertise the war lasts a year and a half longera poned today until next Monday, at the

yesterday when G. W. Marcum was TO BUY A NAVY the jury in rendering its duties. Orlando. Mr. Griffin asks that big attack on the British battleshipfleet request of the government's at or-

caught selling real genuine bona fide The first case disposed of was that the petitions be returned to him at by new German dreadnoughtsthat neys.

of Mary Middlekauff vs. National once when believed to be in of
whisky to a thirsty customer. The New York.-General Carranza intends signed. There are two are course
raid was engineered by the formidableblue to have a navy according to- Life Insurance Co. of U. S. A.; damages columns one for signatures againstthe construction. PEA TREES
$1,500. Verdict in favor of bill and the
coats Sheriff Gordon Deputy General Ignacio L. Pesqueira secretary other for signaturesfor ,

4 Peel, Office Deputy Vivian and Officer of war to the Carranza govern- plaintiff who will receive $450 with the bill. Copies of the petitionare ELECTROCUTION FOR ROBBINGA T. II. Fuller, at 307 East '

:: Broom. Marcum had an illegal ment in Mexico. General Pesqueiralet interest at legal rate. with Bert Berry, Ford Garage, HOUSE street, has several pea trees that sire

shop on Pine street and was doing a it be known today that he was in C. P. Dow Peoples Bank and W. :\1. full of peas. They are very mach

good business. The police have the market for warships. FIRST SUGAR CORN OF SEASON Smith, chief of police. Raleigh, X. C.. May 12.The su- like what is known as the English

rounded up nearly a dozen blind tigers preme court today ruled that Abe Allison pea in appearance and taste. 'the

in the past ten days and many $250; ROBBERY Sugar corn the first of the season THREE CHILDREN WITHOUT a negro of Iredell county must trees will be shown to any who wishto

more are destined to fall into the was brought to Orlando ;yesterday by LIFE BELTS die in the electric chair for burglarizing see them.

net. Fry's hat store on Boone street was Mr. S. J. Branson, who lives out on a house in which persons were

broken into by yeggs early yesterday the Apopka road, a short distance Queenstown.-Three small children sleeping.The ANOTHER RUSSIAN LOAN

THE WEATHER morning and $250 was stolen in hats from the city. They found a ready only one of whom had been identified

and clothing. The back door was sale at the grocery store of Ms. John I tonight, brought home the horror Watch that made the dollar Petrograd.-A second internal lian

Florida: Probably partly cloudy smashed by the bold robbers. The Empie on Orange avenue and I more than anything else. All three famous. See our window disnlav of roubles (S500.0CO-

.l Thursday and Friday. police are working on the case. brought 35 cents a dozen. I were found floating without life belts. You will want one. Curtis & O'Neal. t 000) was authorized today.


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WIDE VITALSTATISTICS New York.-A reception and lunch- t
I eon for Admiral Fletcher and fifty of-

Orlando Delivery and Messenger model vital statistics'' Sons ficers of given the in Revolution Fraunces tavern was the by only the i VELVET BEANSAND !
I :
before the house of repre- formal event on today's program for
I havihg already passed the New York's entertainment of the At-
Harley-Davidson Truck j I it is hoped and believed it lantic fleet. Tonight the New York .J
be taken up and enacted Yacht club will tender a reception to
' FOR QUICK SERVICE : I which might impair the officers of the fleet, and theatre
'; of the measure. parties will be given for the sailors. COW PEAS i I
in Florida should sup-
: I and each should assure The classified advertising depart- Ii
!' PHONE 444 his representatives are ment of today's issue contains some i
t : I I desire of the large body special you.advertisements Read them that over may and see.Attentiii interest -. Makes Rich LandClay

r I Good and Bad Cigar already expressed in ,
which have passed or ,
f I to pass the model ordi- ,
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J state wide measure be- Cow Peas, per bushel ___________________- $2.40
Jl l OUR MOTTO : the present of policy births is to Unknown Peas, per bushel _____________________ 2.45
registration incorporated cities and and Speckle Peas, per bushel ______________________ 2.40
Small Profits and Quick their ordinances and I.c.s. Yokohoma Beans, per bushel __________________ 5.00 '
f registrars wherever and Early Amber Sorghum, per bushel ______________ 1.S3;
' Call us on phone at any time for prices legislation is adequate Kaffir Corn, Peck ________ --------------_____ .75
t Our prices are the same to one and all and ;you enforced. For it is Teosintelb. _________________________________ .33
that favorable local sen- STUDENTSAll
be met with that "Who
impertinent question expressed is the best W
f arantee for the enforce Mail, Express or Freight Orders Solicited.

? every municipality which .
L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R.
f passed the model ordi-
do so at the earliest students enrolling before Jan. 1,
r And when and where City Drug StoreJ.
will please get in touch with C. R.
f are in effect, they
r enforced without fear or Swartz, rep., Box ;583, Orlando, Fla.
this office may accept such L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

F-f 1t, in without hoped municipalities and question.expected may that also C Colollial l ] Hill \

Three Moderate for the surrounding --
of which such"munici-
the easily reached centers.
I Priced Cottages help to simplify the sys
4 the number of registrars -You hear about Colonial
ChurchSt.:7. collections for a large CAREY HANDFUNERAL
i For Sale or to Rent of Florida's population in
1I.I.t reached localities and You read about Colo-
already familiar with
l nial Hills. DIRECTORAND

JOSEPH Officer Y. and PORTER Registrar, You talk about Colo- EMBALMER\

t Statistics. nial Hills.

4 i ti C. A. HOVEY Sooner or
, SHE MARRIED will buy in All calls answered Promptly Dayor

> City, Mo.-Maude Adams Hills. Why not NOW!) Night. Hand Block.

, of the death of Charles It: will give you satis-

I reaching the matinee the performance Grand thea- faction and profit. Orlando, Florida.

. On hearing the news she PHONE639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
Preparations were made
:"- the performance, but be CARL DANN
E done she revived and .
ORLANDO to go on. Few of the .
AND the cause of the delay.
act of "Quality Street"
r SHEET METAL with eyes still puffed
... in the, and opening her voice scenes.broke As Pure Ice Crearrt'

i progressed, however, she
it t Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, emotions and played the
coquettish: flirt in the last
and Rubber Roofings dash and abandon. At When you want PURE ICE For Party
refused to see any one CREAM call for HAND'S. If
i Cornices, Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal straight to her private car, you don't believe that we take Clubthe
of which has been kept
greatest care in its manu'Ve. make Ice Cream from -
f her stay here. our
Works E. Church ,
; : 14 Church St. SocialSchool
her manager, W. G. New- facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All
Adams denied the rumors make it. You will be surprised I Social 1
moulds and
cans everything
: married to Mr. Froh at the care every detallls given.
used in the manufacture of our Lodge
Any kind want, time
," Mr. Newman said, "a you any
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
it. In
had you want any quantity
sprung up be- PicnicOrder
The Orlando Meat during the years they had from a quart up. ized.
with each other, and I You are cordially invited to
T. A. YANCY, Manager neither had ever married I inspect our factory at any Hands Pure
rise to the absurd re
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in time. Ice Cream

Florida and Western Meats SET FOR MAY 20

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, The Board of Trade has .
20 as the date for the be-
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town the inquiry into the sink

PHONES \Residence Business ,,33'P.. O.Ave.BOX and : British occurred passenger March steamer 28. The PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
inquiry will be held in Caxton Hall,
Westminster. .
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OILY 10 BAYS TO lose OUT Entire STOCK IR. '


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 I \

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Fla., May 11. Mr. D.
J. Buckley, of Kissimmee, spent Philadelphia, Pa.-Caesar Rodney. ':
FROM STATE BOARDOF Wednesday in Windermere. the hero of the signing of the Declar- .

:\11'. F. P. Fildes, of Tampa, was a ation of Independence, will soon have :
HEALTH gu ';t"-at Rossmore Inn laSt week. his long ill recognized bravery com- :
:\Ir.'A. N. Chase, of Sanford, spent memorated by a tablet in the Declara- .
the'week end with Dr. A. H. Stafford. tion Chamber here. I ;

,..,Better Times Coming Mrs. Frank Smith was in Orlando The Independence Hall advisory I: THE BIG STORE
The signs of the times are for bet- Thursday on a shopping expedition.Mr. committee has just announced that I :
J. C. Palmer is erecting a very the tablet has been decided upon and
ter things in Florida.
attractive cottage on Wauseon ave- will be placed son among other pictures -I':
" An educated public sentiment, the nue. and relics of the fathers of the :
result of a quarter century of earnest :\Maxfield, of Merritt's Point, N. republic. '
work by the State Board of Health to J., entertained at dinner at Rossmore I While the probably unfounded storyof
bring the people of the state to a Inn last Thursday.Miss the boy and grandfather: his cry, The Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices
higher appreciation of the value of Elizabeth Palmer and Mrs. "Ring, grandpa, ring," is known to :
clean living, has been reflected in the Wm. G. Geier spent Saturday in Or- every school child, the noble act of I
progressive action of the legislaturenow lando. Caesar Rodney is familiar to few '
in session at Tallahassee. Al- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams, Sr., r Americans.
ready the upper branch of this body were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. A.
has given serious heed to the sugges- Thompson, of Rossmore Inn, last Sun- GREATER REGARD FOR GERMANY -
tions for the legislative betterment of day. TO GROW OUT OF

Florida's health laws, and there seems LUSITANIA? ROOF GARDEN THEATERTHE 1
. to be no doubt that the lower house PAX-A IERICAX MEETING Venice.-The newspapers of Vienna
will confirm the action of the senato- Washington, D. C.-Finance minis- j'jstiyf the sinking of the Lusitania on
rial law makers. ters and leading bankers of Central
the ground that "she was virtually an
For more than twenty-five years and South American countries met auxiliary cruiser." COOLEST SPOT IN THE CITYWith

the State Board of Health has stood here May 10 as guests of the United Neue Freie Presse says:
between the people of the state and States government in order to confer "The rinking of the liner is e &JivaI every; paid admission to Roof Garden this week, we give a ticket, and the one hold-
W serious menaces. Originally the with American officials and financierson r.t .o t naval defeat, and perhaps ing the lucky number will be given absolutely free a beautiful and useful present, value
Board came into existence by the act the means to be taken for break- 01'e!uU of the incident will be the about $3.50.Monday .
of session of the legislature, ing down the barriers which
a special hamper collapse in America of faith in Eng-
night we will give away a Dress Pattern, Tuesday, Ladies' Waist, Wednesday,
called together by Governor F. P. te developmet of trade between North land and greater regard for the Ger-
Fleming, following the yellow fever and South America. man empire." :Men's Ladies' or Children's Shoes, Thursday, Mans Silk Shirt, Friday, Silk Parasol,
epidemic of 1888. The guiding idea Saturday, Largest Ham in the Store.
was that this Board should lead and Drawing will take place each evening at 9 o'clock. Person holding ticket .must be in

focalize the fight for the protectionof $8R5ound0t Theater at that time otherwise another number will be drawn.
the entire state against this dis CALIFORNIA I

ease-just how was not understood, Trip
and the uncertainty of the propositionwas BOTH EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONG LIMIT

the reason for clothing it with For tickets, reservations, descriptive literature, and PROGRAMME THURSDAY NIGHT
extraordinary authority.In full Information 'phone, wire or write to
those days the agency of the H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent .
mosquito as a carrier of the germ of LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Universal

yellow fever was not understood, but 134 West Bay Street ( Bell Phone 167) Jacksonville, Fla. Topical."ANIMATED WEEKLY"Victor
the later discovery of this fact and Let Us Plan Your Teur and Arrange Details
the stern application of the principle
involved, the problem became simple, Drama, 2 reels, Kerrigan, Sisson. __
because it had been robbed of its mys-

'With the solution of this problem,
others became relatively more impor- NOW'S THE TIMEto Comedy.

. tant, for the world was advancing in "THE FATAL KISS"
its knowledge of health matters, and
get ready for the rainy season.
Florida was keeping abreast of the
times, addition it had its own PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH

problems.There is no greater obstacle to FINLEY'S GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT Admission, 5c. and lOc. Free Until 6:30 P. M.

progress than indifference. The $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's, L' __

preaching of men who are in earnest,
who know what they are talking
about, is listened to and treated as
the vaporings of fanatics, but the
!... :rnrnJTI.: JTI.rn: "1ImmJT.JTl.Jfl.ThJL1":
fanatics of today are the wise men,
the leaders of tomorrow.As ,
medical science has advanced in '
. its knowledge of health and sanita- I [ : :

tion and of their intimate relation, as ;;
prevention of disease has been
brought to a par with its cure, Flor-
ida's Health Board has urged these
ideas on the attention of the peopleof
Florida. It has argued, it has of-
fered proofs in numberless instancesof

the truth of its position, and in the U4 .
final result it has removed from Flor-
ida the unjust assertion that a semi- BPLJ L4//
tropical country is necessarily un-
healthful, by proving the contrary of
the great Peninsular State. o I '. 1 :1ti
Its work has been that of educa- /tt/r'a41'L4w MooHJ1 t
: tion, illustrated by many object les \pa..Iull4;: sDifferent---l:TWlf.3QI H
sons. It has shown that typhoid fever
and malaria and smallpox and hook-
worm are not necessary-that they COco O
may be avoided and how. It has
shown how the ravages of tuberculosis -
may be minimized. It has demon- C
strated the relations between clean H I

bodies and clean surroundings and the and as much better as it is differentLess :
highest physical health. Yet, more

than once in the past has a bill to gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less
abolish the State Board of Health, or skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. .
to make it an insignificant branch of These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. UJO
some other department of state gov- They are assured by mechanical laws. :) .
ernment, received serious considera-
tion by a state legislature. Read the Five Leading Oakland
Happily, these days are in the past &
and the legislature of 1915 in its wis- .. .
dom and appreciation of the aims and Superiorities BelowEvery < d ,' l". ;'n." -
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ambitions and accomplishments of the _. _. _..... .!!-' _- ..: ---_-- _>.-.. _. _ _
Board, is providing it with larger resources feature works towards a definite economy H a
and powers to do its work.It maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined with
is a matter of congratulation thata low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience,
legislative body has come into power ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury.
in Florida with the intelligence and Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstration j A New Self-Starter a
the will to hasten the progress of the that's a real road test-and decide.
state through the increased efficiencyof The Ookland Catalogue upon request. Four and
: the State Board of Health. sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 t,. COQ Here's the new Florsheim "Apollo,"

$1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. priced at $5.00. It is Skeleton Lined i _
)1 GOOD ROADS MOTOR COMPANYPontiac for coolness and will give you the -3

Tallahassee-Pinellas county prom- comfort that you expect of an old shoe.

ises to come to the front in the mat- MichiganJ. Z I

ter of good roads. Representative Florsheim lasts are Natural Shape," .

Woods has introduced a bill in the <( suited to your feet, and Florsheim

house to authorize Pinellas to issue B. MAGRUDER Jr. Agent 1 styles are designed for men of your
bonds to the extent of $250,000 for ,
the construction of good roads and ....J class.r .
bridges. With a new judicial circuit
taking in only Pinellas and Pasco,and 1-Great Strength Take a look at the II Apollo," try it
several new towns chartered at this with light weight. W on, let it demonstrate the comfort
session for Pinellas this bond issue S. and quality makeup of our FIorsheim
will extensive 2.-High Speed Motor o
k permit an developmentof with footwear. ,
one of Florida's baby counties. The great power.

bill a!! introduced has a clause requiring 3-Low center of i
an affirmative vote of the peopleto of gravity with usual i Y well- Ouckworth Co1
settle; the question of the bond is- road clearance. S,. .
sue. It has been rumored at the capital -
4-F lying wedge ,IQ I
this week that Pinellas county
Lines with least wind I
people believe they will divert a ;t.
branch of the Dixie highway along resistance. I
the west coast of Florida to St. Pe- 5-E c o n o m y with Q
tersburg. This bond issue for roads Luxury. I I
add strength to this movement to se- I.U..J.IU1.11... ..... .. __ nI''Y'.i .
cure a part of the highway. -,

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This being Ascension day there will "The Stool Pigeon." J. -Warren I

South Florida Sentinel W. S. Branch be a celebration of the Holy Com- Kerrigan. Two parts.

MORNING AND WEEKLY munion in St. Luke's Cathedral at 10a. "Animated Weekly." Happeningsof

V. r:. GLENN .............._.....Editor It is said a Main street man is so m. the world.
V. C. ESSINGTON .. .. .BimintM Manager I
eager to get the war news that he "A Fatal Kiss." A domestic up-

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida rises at four o'clock each morning and TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY heaval.A .
as Second Class Mail Matter.
sits on the front porch waiting for Joker comedy.Get .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the boy to bring the Morning SentineLHis MONEY TO LOAN on good security.Wm. .
Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.00 Martin. 3-13-Gt: *
Daily. 6 Months ...................... Z.W wife has attempted to have him I the news in the Sentinel first.
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 in those waiting moments at some t
.: Daily 1 Month ....................... -60 put MONEY TO LOAN-We have some i -
useful labor, like weeding the garden, to loan on first class EDITORIAL
... 11.00
Weekly. Bradshaw.
Lord 5-13-Otc
-= ::: but he argues that such work unfits erty. & 'I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN his mind for an account of battles
ADVANCETO LOST-Knight Templar charm with
:0 ADVERTISERS: I and carnage and he insists on chew- my name on same. Reward. J. N. The City Tax Collector has REMARKSON
ing "Spear Head" tobacco as his chief Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc ered to the City Solicitor the de1iv-1
. Copy for display and all other hand-set occupation while waiting for his pa- quent City tax lists to be colle<
adrertisinr mint be handeo in at the business ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale cording to law. The City Solicitor
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
office per.
the day before pabl 'ation. This rule applies for commencement. Miss Kate hopes that delinquent tax payers will !
o to chances for contract advertising: it is Ronson, Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t avoid heavy extra costs to themselvesby
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Editor Joe Reese says a saloon man payment without suit for which an
at Tallahassee told him that the Davis LOST-Key ring with four keys. Re- opportunity will be given until June I
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued turn to this office and receive re 30th. After that date suits will be
. should notify the office in writing on law would put him out of business, as discrimination.
I 5-13-tf without
ward. brought
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates. there would not be enough profit in.. Payment should be made to Frank r OUR CORSETS .
until'"notice to stop u received. the bottle business to make it worth LOST-One bicycle wheel, between A. Smith. assistant, Watkins block.
... ............ '
Telephone 1\i amb-r ..... .. 24
and Reward.
while. This does not quite agree with Oakland Ocoee. Please May 10, 1915.
return to Morton Jones & Son. bus LOUIS MASSEY.. \
THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915. the expressed opinions of some of the line. 5-13-tf 5-ll-2tc City Soluitor.
state editors who contend that there I I

and whatis will be more liquor drunk under the j
. Dernberg, Dernberg-who

Dernberg? -o new law than there-0-is at present.0 WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES"The I ,ji i A h W

Mankind is divided into three class- may be a coincidence or it may I
Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty. and "The
es-walkers, riders and straphangers. be the irony of fate, any way we recall House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began.'' I Ii
the fact that since the war be- "Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "What Will People Say." In Paris i I
, gan Elbert Hubbard has filled both and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner
and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy." v ,
A ten pound baby can make more of his magazines with the strongest All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eternal -

:. noise than a 250'pound man is able invectives against the Kaiser and his City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To
to suppress. army. We imagine that if the Kaiser Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place."
. could have selected a dozen Ameri- "A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has .
o ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and
The longer Italy keeps out of the cans that he wished to send a torpedo "Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of

war the more men she will have when after he would have selected Elbert Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of I,
the war is finished. Hubbard as one of them. He was a Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are We I r VI
Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that
but most brilliant I
pronounced skeptic a -
o leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The
. A kiss bestowed upon a pet dog has writer, and used his talent to Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The Kir.g" does
prevented many a bachelor from but- unsettle the religious faith of others not send "forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of

ting into the matrimonial game. without offering anything in its place. Dishonor.

.' And many a man who believes in MORE JUDGMENTIS :
giving his Satanic Majesty his due, NECESSARY.A .

leaves his other creditors to hold the big auto went tearing down An- --- c
bag. derson street and on into Lake street

0 Tuesday about noon, so the Sentinel is

: May is most noted as the month in informed, ignoring intersections, and

I- which the June brjde and the June at a speed which could not have been I 1 I

graduate go into training for the less than thirty-five miles an hour.It .

months' contest in popularity. passed pedestrians and residents at

0 such a rapid clip that the driver was

-IF WARLET'S hardly discernable.

FIG lIT." Suppose it had been at a time when

The following mesage has been dispatched some of the little children had been Economy is a virtue but it must be

to the President of the United playing around some of the corners or practiced with discretion. To purchase an

States by the Florida Press Associa- ,going home from school-we do not
tion: I believe that anything human in its inexpensive corset manifests wisdom, but

DeLand, Fla., May 11, 1915. path could have escaped. to buy a cheap corset spells folly.

Hon. Woodrow Wilson, President of This is only one of several similar FOR RENT AND SALEThe

6 the United States, Washington, incidents that have been called to our The front lacing principle did much for
1 D. C- attention of scorchers in their wild
of but principle alone .
the women,
The world is. war-mad. If it can flight, and the question naturally pre-

honorably do so the United States sents itself as to whether pedestriansand Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America is not enough, it must be combined with

should stay out of this maelstrom. If users of vehicles are to be pro-
Street. Lot 67V_x332. House is modern and contains perfect design.
self respect demands war, let us fight. tected from the speeders who do not

use judgment. seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
The press of Florida as a unit will
is designer and Smith is a
Paquin a ,
uphold you in your trying position. It will hardly do to wait until a bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
CHRIS. O. CODRINGTON, day when the mangled and bleeding designer both create but how different

President Florida Press Association. form of some little child is lifted from their creations.

- o beneath the wheels of the modern jug-

STILL ON EARTH gernaut. We can avert danger by
There are many makes of Corsets on the
AND SEA! suppressing the occasion of danger.

That navy at New York is suffi- Citizens can materially aid in the en- market, some good, some bad, some indifferent -

ct *:?'tIy large to convince the Kaiser forcement of the law against speed Some are properly designed and
maniacs by reporting all violations to S. Y. WAY
tie United States of America is
that fit others do
the police. some poorly! designed, some ; .
still on earii and sea! No doubt be-
While on this subject it might not
is not.
fore the Lusitani: case settled the
Kaiser will rub his eyeS and see bel be amiss to again call attention to the Insurance and Real Estate Agent

fore him a real man, for President self-conscious autoist who runs Ambition is a wonderful power, it is the
through the streets with his muffler
Wilson is looming large on the hori- motive that prompts big things.
open. Of course this practice attracts -
zon these days.
l a lot of attention and convincesthe
A little obscure dispatch from New We are ambitious to have the finest
public that one really has an automobile -
York is well worth reprinting, if for
but it is a very trying an- Corset Department in Central Florida.
; no other reason than to show the
pride and confidence in the American noyance to nervous and sensitive peo- How far we have succeeded is known to
ple, and to that unoffending class of
t navy. citizenship which attempts to sleep almost every woman who studies ease,
"Pride in the United States navy
and confidence that if called upon to during sleeping hours. Here againwe comfort and style in her daily life.
have another habit which is
t vindicate the honor of the nation it a

would uphold the heroic traditions of gross disregard of local ordinances, We make a distinct feature of the following .
and it has occurred to the Sentinel
' its past, were voiced at a luncheon
that the police force might well directits makes, believing they represent?
tendered Tuesday to Admiral Fletcher
; and the officers of the Atlantic fleet attention with greater emphasisthan --- --- the acme of style, fit and contour.
> has been noted in recent weeks.
at Fraunce's Tavern by the Sons of
the Revolution. Indeed recent, it immunity is not too from much arrest to say that and Everything front Head to Foot- BON TON ROYAL WORCESTER

o prosecution has greatly emboldened in out DruS tore MADAME: LYRA FROLASET
, otTending autoists, and we can look I AMERICAN LADY THE GOSSARD

for no improvement until two or three .
Whom It Concern Hair Tonic HAIR
May :
examples are put forward.o Prices range from$1.00 -
Last week the TONI
was suggested by toButiion. I
Civic League as "clean-up" week. The MEMORIAL
Civic League deserves much praise GRAY to $25.00 .
for the valiant work have Plasters
& they accom- The memorial eucharist for Mrs.
plished. Let the good work still go
William C. Gray was celebrated in
! Our experienced corsetiere will be pleasedto
on. St. Luke's Cathedral at 10 o'clock : ,Fr
By way: of suggestion, would it not yesterday morning, Dean Remsen being : help you.
be better to have 312 clean-up days
by Rev. A. A. Rickert.
during the year? The Cathedral school, both faculty

The buzzard question has been discussed and pupils, attended in a body, the I
from city halls and legislativehalls
bishop and Mrs Gray having both
and we still have the filthy birdin been
most closely associated with that
the land, and in the City Beautiful.If institution throughout its history.The i- :
we can't eliminate them from Or-
offering, of nearly $31, will be
lando by legal methods, we can by used toward a memorial to Mrs. Grayin 0Get
sanitary methods. The city can be the cathedral. "

made so absolutely clean they will

leave in disgust, and hie away to oth- :
er parts. As many as twenty buz- I
There is a family of five in Orlando
zards have been seen here on one
who must be sent North for their
house top-that doesn't mean the
health. If you will assist in the
premises near that house were not
clean, but when the birds are seen on cause send check or contribution to it at STORE.
Mayor Sperry. For information and .DEPARTMENT
the ground picking up food, it is very
further particulars Mr. ..
see Sperryor
evident they are not attracted there MERCK'SWe
Mrs. Brigham, who have the mat- i I
by orange blooms or roses. One fish ter in charge. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

head thrown out will attract a numberof are the nearest drug store The Store of true service: of never-failing Courtesy I
the hideous birds. It's a bad ad-
WAS BUSY YESTERDAY of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise i
vertisement for the City Beautiful to PHONE 68

have so many buzzards on the housetops Supt. J. F. McKinnon yesterday at right pricesir I II I

Don't feed them and they will visited the seventh and eighth gradesof MERCK'S: PFLAR fACY I I i

T quit coming. the Orlando schools and in the afternoon __ !.... t I

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@rlau n Snrirfj THEATRE : [U IT AT ALLEN'S" IJ I

: L1S
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I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I M \\\ :: II III

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK of the Congressional Union. A reso- Admission 5 Cents -

lution was passed expressing sympathy -

Miss Alta thursday Wright entertains May 13. for Miss to Mrs. F. W. Stanley, whose r..t..IIII'lt..t I ::1

Augusta Wright. mother died Sunday at Santa Ana, 1 \ .
Rosalind Club, gentlemen's evening, CaL There will not be another meeting : : :
.Mutual: Program in Four Reels j :1:1o
dance. of the league until October. "Mutual :Monographs: ," a Reliance j
Sans Souci Club meets with Mrs. _
Lege. GRANDTODAY production, 1 part. I
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Naomi Feinberg MRS. BEARDALL "Black Ghost Bandit," an American |
hostess.U. WAS HOSTESS. I

D. C., Mrs.Friday A. ,G.May Branham 14. hostess. The members of the Young Matrons drama"The, 1 Harvest part. of Sin," a Kay Bee I t a,t .

Miss Helen Virginia Hoskins hostessat Card Club and severa 1 guests were "Love, Speed and Thrills," a Keystone I

masque party, on Lake Cherokee. most charmingly entertained yesterday comedy. ,
Nullos Club Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles afternoon by Mrs. Hal Beardall. (See those Keystones.) j j GRACEFUL AND UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, hostess to There were three tables of bridge, Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY. We take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelry
Bachelor Girls in honor of Miss prizes being won by Mrs. Glenn, a
represent all that is not only newest and best, but that also is different -
Augusta Wright. deck of cards, and Mrs. Vivian, a
from the
common run. Every jewel loving woman should
High School Classical Club entertainsthe refreshmentswere
t Senior German Club. dainty served.vase. '-isit. our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry andprecious

-- stones.
WORLD FILM CORPORATION Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon _
To paraphrase a much quoted saying OF INTEREST.Mrs. .
KirksTille Graduate Ib
: Knock and the world knocks V,''. II. Lord, who has been visiting Consultation Free cD
with you; boost and you boost alone. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin at Presents Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan ,

"'Orlando has demonstrated her public their home on North Orange avenue, HoteL

spirit by boosting in one enterpriseand left yesterday afternoon for Atlanta, LILLIAN RUSSELLIn Office Phone 71fr; Residence 10)8

another, and an opportunity is at Ga., where she will join Mr. Lord,and Orlando, Fla YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE

hand for another exhibition of this they will motor to Boston, Mass., in one of America's Foremost HEREin

power and capacity. It can scarcelybe their touring car, returning to their
counted an actual outlay to pur- home on the Manatee river in the fall. Dramas, LucerneTODAY selecting wall paper for your
i home. Our stock contains all the latest -
chase a ticket for the opera Pinaforefor -0- i
the obvious reason that you get Mrs. Thomas Brodwater will enter- "WILDFIRE"A designs in such a varied assort-

;your money back in real enjoymentand tain the Bachelor Girls Friday after- story of the race track in ment that you are sure to find just

more than one hearty laugh. noon at her home on North Orange ., *P the kind you have been looking for.

Why, Little Buttercup alone is worth avenue complimentary to Miss Au- p Come in and see our offering and get

the price. Her costume as a middle gusta Wright, who on June 1 will be- FIVE EXCITING PARTS "THE MYSTERY OF TEADAXSA"T" kt our prices. You'll be interested.

aged vender of sweets and notions come the bride of L. S. Hewitt. The
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
will set you in a roar, and when she afternoon will be spent at bridge and ,r;

sings the pretty waltz song you will there will be one table ofguests.. A Kalem special feature com- 205 S. Orange Avenue?

all want to sing with her. The Cap- -0- 10 cents 20 cents
tain is so annoyed with his daughter Miss Gladys Magruder, of St. Pe- plete in two parts. COLEMAN\ & RIIAN Phone 261

when he finds she loves the sailor tersburg, who has been the attractive

that he says a rough word, much to guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Magruder ---

Cousin Hebe's consternation, and the at the Empire hotel for the past week, "TilE BELATED 1I0XEYIOOX" -

Admiral's pain and distress. At last left yesterday afternoon over the

it all works out in a pleasing denouement Atlantic Coast Line for Indianapolis :\ WRIGHT SEED COMPANY

and the wedding bells ring mer- where she will spend the summer. A Lubin Comedy.

rily when Josephine weds the British -

tar. The duet sung by" Ralph and Mrs. F. A. Curtis and Miss Ella "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use

Josephine is one of the gems of the Switzer, who came to Miami to at- "THE QUALITY OF MERCY"A
fpera. tend the annual meeting of the Wo I Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

--0- man's Missionary Society, have gone Vitagraph Drama. Keep your hen-house nd fowls cledn of lice. j

CATHEDRAL FACULTY to Goulds for a visit with relatives I -- --___ I International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.

ENTERTAIN SENIORS.The there. Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox, Bermuda and St. Augus-

faculty of the Cathedral school -0- FOUR DIG REELS tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal 1

entertained the seniors last eveningat Mrs. J. A. Seydel, who has been and Sudan Grass, Dasheens.
the San Juan hotel; the decorationswere spending a week with Mrs. E. G. Hau- ]

in the class colors, green and selt, at the Summerlin House, left j
white, and the place cards were deco- yesterday morning over the Atlantic

rated in the cutest of Kewpies. Toasts Coast Line for her home in Orange DAY BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL II I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
were the order of the evening the City.

president of the class, Miss Marian -
Braley, presiding. The members of The ladies of the Pinafore chorusare

the faculty were Prof. and Mrs. Cobb, making the loveliest hats and Sir -

Miss Mary Harden, Miss Zillah Shep- Joseph's barge of blushing beauty i

herd, Miss Eloise Gassman, Miss will be a charming sight to see. "THE STOOL PIGEON" FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

Marie Holly, Miss Annetta Persing,

Miss Edith Robinson, Miss Mildred Mr. J. S. Crutchfield, of Pittsburgh, Featuring Warren Kerrigan,

Reid, Miss Florence Hibbs, and Miss Pa., who has been spending a day or 2 parts. Established 1886

Anna Nicholas. There are nine mem- two in Orlando, a guest of the San

bers of the graduating class, all of Juan, left yesterday to visit other

them young ladies of ,character and points in the state. Mr. Crutchfield is '
ability, and without doubt will each the senior member the firm of "ANIMATEDVEEKLY" CURTIS & O NEAL

find a useful sphere. The dosing :
ex- Crutchfield & Woolfolk, of Pittsburgh,
The Latest Happenings of the
ercises of the Cathedral school will which firm is one of the leading produce J I .

.j tale place on the 26th inst., when the concerns in the United States. World. I INSURANCE

corps of teachers will leave for their lie expressed himself as very much LOANS

Northern homes, a number of them pleased with this section of Florida.

making a visit to New York city be- "THE FATAL KISS"A
fore reaching home. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
domestic upheaval.
In compliance with the law regulating Biennial Joker Comedy. 1
MISS WRIGHT.The Elections in Special Tax School Districts
Bachelor Girls an election U hereby ordered and calledto
were be held, at the place in each district where
;yesterday afternoon by Miss Lillian School District Elections are usually held on
Thursday the lath day of June. 1915. for the Gentleman's Silk Shirt given
Smith at her home on West Central : purpose of election three trustees and determining -
avenue, the feature of the party beinga the number, of mills to be assessed on at 9 o'clock
the property real and PE'rsona1.ithin each away tonight.
shower for Miss Augusta Wright, of the following named districts for the ensuing For SaJ.e
two years. to-wit:
who is soon to be married. Many Winter Park. Ocoee, Union, Pine Castle
beautiful presents were bestowed Tangerine.It .
upon her by her friends. There was follows is, further to-wit for ,said: ordered elections, that be Clerks appointed, and Inspectors as- 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

one guest table the guests being Mrs. Winter Park-H. A. Ward, clerk, ; C. S.

Gordon Wright, Miss Benner, Miss Deminic.Ocoee-J.\\'.II.P.Bear.Blakely, clerk, ; B. M. Sims.J. iti--- $4500.00. A bargain.
Alta Wright, Miss Millie Smith, and W. Mann.UnionG. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
I G. Coward clerk; J. B. Redditt
Mary Branham, who substitutedfor J. H. Wheeler.,
Miss Mayme Thornton. The color Pine Castle- J. W. Matchett. clerk: E. D. --
II M Perkin! Frank Thillns.
scheme was pink and white and the Tangerine A. Bennett, clerk; R. IIWilliams. -
: Gen Dwelley.Iv .
dining room was most attractive. An I order of the Board of Public Instructionof
ice cream course was served. Prizes Orange County. Florida at the regular ARCADEMILK
meeting. May 4. 1915.
were captured by Miss Alta Wright, J. MrKINNOX.. ,
box of County Superintendent, and Secretaryof ,
candy, and :Miss: Augusta the Board. 5-lZ-tt
Wright, a card -


To Provide f.r the Protection of Foods Exposed -
BOSTON. for Sale in the City of Orlando
.", Miss Grace Boone, daughter of Mr. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the
and Mrs. C. A. Boone City of Orlando:
yes- Section 1. That all fresh meat exposed for Screen your home with our galvanizedwire
terday from Boston she sale shall be kept, in cases S of wire netting

graduated from the Leland Powers with Section glass 2.tops.All bread rolls, biscuits pies. cloth at moderate cost.
School of Expression, following a two cake, candle, confectionery and the like exposed -
for sale shall he kept in show eases of :MILK:
I years course of training. The Boston glass except such of aid articles which areecurely This will effectively keep out flies
.. wrapped ready for delivery.Section ,
school is considered
of the
one finestin
3. All fruits and vegetables exposed Every Day.
the technique of expression in the for sale shall be kept ,in receptacles gnats mosquitoes and other insects
screened with wire netting except berries ,
United States. :Miss Boone receivedher which must be kept in glass cases. 5c. per glass
Section' 4. The doors windows and other
A. B.
degree at Rollins College openings!' of bakeries, where, bread or rakes 2oc.; per gallon and is
several years ago, then taught school, are made and of place where, candy and confectionery -
is made shall be screened with wire
and decided to follow her natural netting. CREAM AND MILK

trend and calling. Her plans for the crihed Section in 5.this Whenever ordinance, ,wire it shall netting mean is wire pre-, BUTTER THE BEST HEALTH INSURANCE

i., future have hot been fully decided. netting not coarser than 16 mesh.section .
6. All cases and receptacles mentioned -
I She has received several offers to in this ordinance shall be kept closed, Fresh Homemade IN THE WORLD '
teach for next Her friendsare except for the, purpose year. many or removing it therefrom, and shall be kepfree ,
delighted to have her in Orlandofor from flie*. And all screen doors anwindows < SANDWICHESPIES
shall be opened only in case of necessity -
the summer at least. and all apartments so screened under, AND CAKESIARCADEMllK
-0-- his ordinance shall be kept free from flies TheHardware Storeon-the CornerGUERNSEY'S
Section ';. No food of any kind shall be :
LAST MEETINGOF exposed' or kept for sale in front of stores
SEASON. or in the doorways thereof at a less height
than twenty inches above the sidewalk or
The last regular meeting of the floor.
Section 9. Whoever violates provisionof
Orlando Suffrage League was held this ordinance, shall! he punished by a fine DEPOT
not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars. JOS. L.
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at or by imprisonment, for not more than thirty
Unity Chapel and was presided over days.Adopted
I May 11. 1915.
; by Mahlon Gore. Miss Safford E. F SPERRY.layoro
,test: CARL JAXSEN. City Clerk.
spoke at length
concerning the work 5-13-Uks


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Lake Site I NOTCE OF ELECTION -; ember: : Laths and Shingles ,
SENTINEL I Notice is hereby: given to the reg- ,
istered voters of Ocoee that there will
Mbe, an election held at that place on
Monday, June 7, 1915 to decide upon
incorporating the town. 5-7-4w

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Quickest results and the kind that
The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want are worth money are the kind you ORLANDO .
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. .
get through Sentinel want ads.

Terms Cash in Advance.
136 acres with beautiful fron- -

tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day RATES______________25t PHONE 646 Royal Cement, Agatfle Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ___________50c<<
f 15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
For One Month ____________$ .50 r
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate BARNARD & SON

will be one cent per word for 17 Street Orlando, Fla12.10.1m
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- Hughey
sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to
See E. B. Bradley Quick.
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
opened by telephone will be GAB :
payable the following day. Dr. S. S. Jones

Every Home-.Every Business- 1
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. graduate Davenport College' 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
Watkins! Block PHONE 104:
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
being restored to health' by chiro-
FOR SALE practic adjustments the new scienceof
removing the cause of disease. Ex-
FOR 90 DAYSYou FOR SALE-Velvet beans $4.00 per amination free. 12-24-lmo Is a servant that can do a lot of things to make your
bushel; clay peas $2.40 per bushel;
can buy foundation unknown and speckled cowpeas $2.45 kitchen work easier and pleasanter.A .
bushel. J. L. Dean, City
per prop.
blocks side-
stone building DoctorsBnekiiiaster
Store. 5-11-7tc
walk tile, or anything in my
line at reduced. Call around FOR SALE-A No. 1 Studebaker sur- & Brnndage :you steaming hot water quickly and economicallyallyou
and let me surprise you on rey, in excellent condition; rubber
tires, and will sell very reasonable if want just when and where :you want it.
prices. taken at once. $5 will get it. A. L. OSTEOPATHS
Maclean, Gotha, Fla. 5-ll-6t Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat f II
F. D. GORE, : One of our perfect new GAS RANGES will smooth

Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. I I: FOR equipment SALE-Ford electric runabout lights electric full 132 Kirksville S. Orange Mo.Ave.. above Peoples out ;your cooking troubles-cook quickly, cleanly, and

Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. I horn, shock absorbers. A bargain.Act National Bank. Phone 578. economically.You .
quick. Ford Garage, Church St. ..

5-11-tf. '' can enjoy the convenience and saving of an ALL
FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, 'I'I
5 passenger in good condition; ex- Orlando Wood Yard GAS KITCHEN at a surprisingly low cost.

tra equipment; extra tire; exceptional a
value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. Let us show you.
5-8-lmoc Removed from Pine St. two blocks
north on Railroad west end Wash-
Office corner Orange Avenue and
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1912 ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg., model; over $50 worth of extras;
Phone 419.Clean. must be sold before May 15. W. II. all times.
Palmer 3 West Pine street. 5-9-3t
FOR SALE-Typewriter box leather
steel ribbed, strong and durable, B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE
. with lock key and handle; dust proof
and 5-7-6t new. Inquire at Sentinel office. ) .

clean nice cash business for a
Buy your Cleaning hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment balance to suit
Materials of us. purchaser. Address. F, care Sentinel.

4-9-tf DON'T WORRY
Brooms FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
cottage seven rooms and bath
Mops modern conveniences, roomy porches
r excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

! Soaps 2-23-tf- -- -- If you are disappointedabout
, FOR RENT getting a new Eas- r.
Washing Powders
TO RENT for July and August, a two ter Suit,we can put your
Soap PowdersBuy room apartment, with kitchenetteand old one- in good condi- will Service will'

bath, next room to Hotel, in Boston Brunswick.Massachusetts Rent- tion for just such occas Start Pnr S S1illa Viater r L Start

a can of Lay-U,for the two months 50. Emily QuitiS ions. May I0th May 10thIn

Fisher, 500 fioyiston"street, Boston, I
Dust Mass. 5-12-6tc

FOR RENT Modern house of seven ,
rooms, screened porch bath large
CARUTHERS & GORE closets, gas and electric lights, closein Dry Cleaning] all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
block from M. E. church.
one Steam Cleaning business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands
Phone 520, or inquire 312 North Main specialize in this one .
street. 5-9-61 Pressing and Repairing and going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER to
New Modern G Grocery service in this line we are dally ,

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
t Phone 200 Yancey. 3-28-tfc lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

BUYERS AND SELLERSI Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

I 6 and 8 East Pine St. buy, sell rent, and exchange: real COOLER Free of Charge.
t estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
r 20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. gallon.

, WANTED I Floral Designs No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.

having fifteen years experience in
department stores desires position ANALYSIS: :
where ability and merit would war- .
rant advancement. Best references. .
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf .Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS: R. BAKER, Ph.D.

Rollins College, Florida.
TO ECHANGE-For house and lot
in Orlando lake front, 1 mile from Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915H.
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 Florida.'
B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando
set to budded J. M.\ CARUTHERS
trees two years ago; 3
and acres unimproved; extra good land. Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
:Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc brought to me last week and have obtained the following results:
I Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
. the Atlantic Coast Line, Friday
May 14, 2:43 p.m. Rate $17.60. See ___________________________________Clear.REACTION' .
Mr. LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783, Under New Management ________________________________Neutral

MAY 1m 506: Lexington cards street.from Get :your identification FREE AMONIA _____________________________None.

ticket agent.Umbrellas. depot or city HouseCorner ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ________________None.

Smyth CHLORIDE ________________________________6 parts per 1.oo0QOO-O.35 grains per gallon '
Tickets good on all recovered and repaired I TOTAL SOLIDS __........._________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains "while' you wait" at Young's Repair Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace .
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 24lyrcDaily One Block from Court House HARDNESS ________________________________38 Parts Per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit May 13thVIA reading of Sentinel ads is The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free ammonia
sure profit. Don't pass that part of albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
the paper by.RACKARD'S. BOARD
of the
Rates Week. Summer body.
by Day or
The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Atlantic Coast LineStandard amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll MRS. J. H. McCAMY: quality.A .
very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness containing )Jess than one-fourth

Railroad of the South work guaranteed and neatly of the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and

.. done. Our work is the best just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof

and our prices are the lowest. the body. Yours respectfully,
This is the place to have :your CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOS R. BAKER.
old clothes made new. fr

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit 375

dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. West Jefferson Street I

Suit All Palm pressed Beaches------scrubbedand --_____40c. Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

pressed ______50c Hand Wood CompanyWood
DR. L H. RAMSDELv. ------
Mohair suits pressed ___25c. :LOCAL :

ORLANDO FIT GLASSES.OPTOM, -ETRISTI-GRIND FLORIDAWE ) LENSES We a do trial ladies'and work be also.convinced.Giveus PROMPT of SERVICE AllKinds! W. W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444L

Clothes called for and

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

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

i Thursday, bread; Friday and Saturday, general cooking.



I McGullocli's Department Store, 128 south orange AVe. i iHllliiJIMIMIieMMIIIMmtlMiMIMIilllMillfr

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REAPPORTIONMENT DATE MAYBE til this attack. Mr. Whitfield is one ERNEST AMOS: PRACTICALLY :not cause any contest for the place of COVERING SANITARSEN ER RUMOR: THAT TEUTONS WILL
CHANGED. TO 1921Tallahassee. of the best posted men on state af- DECIDED TO ENTER. RACE !state auditor. MAIN DECLARE WAR 0 MTAL\
FOR COMPTROLLER: Mr. Amos has been in the state service -
fairs at the capital, and naturally his I
A resolution will like- for a number of years and has a Six teams under the supervision of I
t is
first absence on account of sickness wide and favorable acquaintance Street Superintendent Bennett are at being persist
ly be presented in the senate this Tallahassee.-The race for comp-
during six years was much regrettedby throughout the state. From the views work covering the sanitary sewer on ently rumored in Paris that Germanyand
week to amend the constitution pro- troller bids fair to be one of the most
viding that the date for reapportionment those who frequent the governor'soffice. spirited contests of the next cam- expressed by his associates in the Lake street. Austria already have declared, or
shall be changed to 1921, and paign. With the entry of Hon. E. P. auditing department it may be safely are about to declare war on Italy, in
every ten years thereafter, using the Thaggard some time ago, the recent predicted that Mr. Amos will announce Again we call your attention to the anticipation of an Italian declarationof
NATIONAL CONFERENCE CHARITIES for comptroller at an early i
federal census as a basis for such re- announcement of Hon C. B. Gwynn, classified ads. war against them.
apportionment. The idea that Floridacan AND CORRECTION and the prospective announcement of date.
save large sums each ten years MEETS Hon. A. J. Angle as well as that of
by abolishing the census taking five Baltimore, McL, May 12.-Several State Auditor Ernest Amos, the race WANTS SHOWS PROHIBITED ON
years after the federal census origi- hundred social work leaders, repre- takes on a lively gait. SUNDAY SPRAYINGFor
nated in the house, but several prominent senting almost every state and large' Mr. Angle is in Tallahassee today
senators have been consideringthe I and that his hat will be in the Tallahassee.-Representative Rob-
city in the Union, met here today for says White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
advisability of such a step for the I ring in a day or so. Upon inquiry at son, of Polk county, asks that all pic- secticide. For Red Spider. Ruste Mite and all other Mites
past week. It is not intended to elim- the forty-second National Conferenceof the state auditor's office as to the intention ture shows and vaudeville shows be infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
inate the census this year and reap- Charities and Correction. The ses- I of Mr. Amos it was learned prohibited on Sunday. There are but I Compound. ,
portionment in 1917, but to changethe sions will last a week. :that Mr. Amos is absent on official few towns in the state of Florida These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
dates for future census and re- Mrs. Wilcox Glenn, of New !!business, in Gainesville
Mary i being on an where these performances are now be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
apportionment, using the federal cen- York, the president of the conven- I auditing trip. However, those in the permitted, and it is understood the lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
sus instead of taking a state census, tion, in her opening address today office expressed the opinion that Mr. bill will meet with strenuous opposi- Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
which now gives Florida a report every pointed out the especial need of char- Amos would certainly be in the race tion from those cities. Delegationsfrom cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
five years. ity in the present world crisis, for comptroller, and that his Jacksonville I I
worp an- and Tampa are expected you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
Secretary Back on JobG. brought about by the war. I nouncement would probably appear at here this week to appear before I
T. Whitfield, secretary to the The conference will include sections an early date. the committee on miscellaneous
governor, was back on the job again devoted to public and private chari- I I Mr. Amos is just beginning a new legislation in an effort to kill the bill. 1. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
this week, after a short illness. Mr. ties; the family and the community; I four year term as state auditor and, The contention is put forth that every ,
S Whitfield has not lost a day from his social hygiene; health' ; corrections; :will therefore not have to go into the I II city has a right to regulate such mat-
post of duty,which dates back to Gov- children; education for social work(I next primary for that position, and I ters by ordinances and that no new Florida
ernor Gilchrist's administration, un- and unemployment. his announcement for comptroller will I state law is needed.

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Power, Speed, Silence and Convenience

f of Operation

" F For r Bxdllane n!! F For r F1ora! Property

Remington RemiirtonRefinment t

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

Quality -

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

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift .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
? $7,000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

I, .
In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situation Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price 525,000.00.Iortgage $11,500.00.Vant good
i-s property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00.We .
.. .
have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort
: tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apop-
-- A 'J ka. Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs. \

occupants. s

fathe; .....-.. .'_ t.a'4.b3'1r We want a BungaiOw or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago
Income Property.WARING.
.... that
"i power commands
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Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, R. D. WNG, !M gr.

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



t t' R. D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish wejcan; match what you haveDEflONSTRATION

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Demostration Ideal Fireless Cooker
McCulloch's:: all this week. STATEMENTOF

:Mr.: E. G. Duckworth is spending
today in Jacksonville looking after THE
business matters.

Peoples National Bank ..
Judge Geo. F. Parker, of Kissimmee -
spent yesterday in Orlando on
business of a professional nature. At 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. 512&13Judge RESOURCESLoans

Win. Hunter, of Tampa, is
among the prominent Floridians in and Discounts_____________________$406,155.07
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 Orlando on important business mat-
Overdrafts _____________________________ 18.73
RESOURCESLoans Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 :Miss: Byrdie: Conoley, one of Orlan- S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 do's popular and efficient trained Other Bonds ___________________________ 13,556.06Real
r Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 nurses, left yesterday for Cincinnati, Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
____________ where she will spend the .
______ 12,869.30Real summer.
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,342.24
Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 Curtain goods, all kinds, at half'
price, at Boardman's Sale. 512&14Dr. $971,272.24 .

1095178.62 Sylvan :McElroy: left yesterday LIABILITIES
LIABILITIES for DeLand to attend the meeting of ,. .

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 the State :Medical: Society which began Capital _________________________________$ 50,000.00

Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22 its sessions in that city yester- Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00
. Bills Payable ___________________________ None day. He will return home today.
Undivided Profits ________________________
Rediscounts ____________________________ None 9,529.04Dividends
Among the visitors in Orlando today Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
I Deposits 1,001,705.40 is Mr. C. C. McClain, of Pitts- Reserved for Taxes ___ __ ____________ 640.25

burh, Pa., who is looking over this Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00

$1,095,178.62 section of the state. While in the city Deposits ________________________________877,595.13
he is making his home at the San
Juan hotel.

All laces at half price at Board-
man's Sale. 512&14Mr.

and Mrs. N. H. Bowen, who May 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90

have spent the winter and spring sea- May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84
son in Orlando, will leave today for May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80May
Lakewood, N. Y., where they will
1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00
spend the summer, returning to Orlando -
early in the fall.
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:Miss: Stella Fox, of Mount Carmel,
Pa' is rendering very valuable assist- ..
ance in the Peoples National Bank,
owing to the largely increased busi-

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Table linens at half price at Board-
man's Sale. 512&14Mr. ..
. ii -
Y :: and Mrs. S. A. Senn and son,
Master Robert, will leave today for :
4q Dundee, in Polk county, where they :
expect to make their future home.
Orlando regrets to lose these estimable :
In, folks, but it will be Dundee's gain. :

Fully Equipped $750.00 ; ;
:Mr.: Melville G. Gibbons, a promi- :

nent attorney of Tampa, is in Orlando :
this week attending circuit court,
which is in session. Mr. Gibbons for- A good Car backed up by a

merly resided in Orlando and is very

pleasantly remembered by old timers. good Company .

All kinds of dress ginghams at 8c. ',
a yard now, including Toille du Nords, ,
Y THIS SUMMERDon't Amoskeags, and Red Seals, at Board- ,
man's Sale. 5-12&14 '

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- Mrs. R. L. flyer and son, blaster
Robert, and Miss Edna Hyer left yes- Sold By
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be terday to visit Miss Hattie Belle layer,

J converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleeping who has been spending the winter at '

t room. Here are a few of many specially made pieces for Port Orange, but who will soon leave I San Juan Garage Company j j .
i your porch. for Tennessee to spend the summer in
the mountains.Mr. .
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs
W. J. Cram, Marietta, Ohio,
Haltex Fibre FurnitureIaple Chairs and Rockers
was among the guests registering at
Hammocks and Couch Porch
t the San Juan hotel )'esterday.Ir..
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Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline the well known firm of Crutchfield &
Woolfolk, Pittsburgh, wholesale
t E :>ves. Select yours to day. merchants. commission I r.

t r. t. Bank Organized April 16th, 1906
Two counters of shoes, values up to
i OSCAR HAND & SON $6 on one counter, now selling for STATEMENT OF
$2 for choice; also one counter selling
at $1 a pair, at Boardman's Sale. I

. I_\I Mr. J. A. Sasser, secretary and

_I treasurer of the Bankers' Trust Com the close of business May 1, 1915
!I pan, of Atlanta, Ga., dropped in on
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It while. He was returning from a visit
i j to points in South Florida and was RESOURCES LIABILITIES

GIFTS FOR GRADUATES joj en route to the Gate City. Loans and Discounts _______________$381,830.29 Capitol Stock ______________________$100,000.00herdrafts
( _______________________ 920.54 Surplus and Undivided Profits ______ :34,385.80
:Mrs.: X. :Mustard: and :Miss: L. J. Stocks and Bonds ________________ 24,668.33 Dividends Unpaid _________________ 12.%
.. :Mustard: who have wintered in Or- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures__ 42,167.86 Bills Payable ________________ None
lando, left yesterday afternoon for Cash on hand and due from other banks 340,701.83 ReDiscountsDEPOSITS _________-_________ None t
Whether It Is Brooch Bar
: Boston, :Mass.: Later they will go to ___________________ 655,215.09
Martha's Vineyard, :Mass: for the Due to Banks ____________________ 675.96
Pendant : summer, returning to Orlando in the I ,J.\
.. early fall, as has been their custom $790,288.85: $790,288.85.
for a number of seasons.
or other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best : Reserve carried by the Bank ______$340.701.83
___________ Deposits, May 1, 191x-$635,213.09
value for your money by coming to us. : Mr. and :Mrs.: Alfred of Reserve required by Law 131,043.00
Hoadley, Deposits, May 5, 1915______ 691,650.83; ...
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine* : Tarrytown, N. Y., who have been I
Reserve in of amount requiredby
goods notable for : spending, their winters in Orlando fora excess
superior workmanship and diamonds number of Law _______________________$209,658.83 Increase in four days ______$ 36,435.76
of merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly : years recently departed I
low. We also offer you choice selections and : over the Seaboard Air Line for their The officers and directors of The Orlando Bank and Trust Co., desires to call the attentionof
the best service. .. summer home in the Empire State. I its patrons and the citizens of Orlando to the above strong and healthy statement. The man-
They will return in the fall as has agement of the Bank feels that this showing re fleets the sane and progressive methods employedin
We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it been their usual custom for the past this financial institution. They endeavor to pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in its treat-
-the wearer.kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the seven years. I ment of its patrons and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking. Accounts of all who desire .

the services of well equipped and safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
Dr. A. J. Taylor, who has been in I

he yesterday Orlando will sail since for on one early Savannah of in the the,boats Ga.fall, of where, left the i I Orlalillo n B Bailk & Trust t C GOffipally I

T. H. EVANS Ocean Steamship Line for New York, I I
thence by rail to Caribou, :Maine: !
where he will remain until the first of I Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00
October. :Mrs.: Taylor remained here i
JEWELER last summer at their pretty home in Total Resources Over Three-Quarters of a Million.

East Orlando and liked it so well that I

__ MMIIIIilMIIMilttltlliMMiiliilliiii.i, she will try another. i

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