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 14, 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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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Safeguard Citizens 14 Italian Cabinet Resigns I TROOPS SOUTH, LEAVING

I London, May"13.-(Bulletin.) The DEAD BEHIND

No Question About Positiveness of Stand Taken by This Govern Italian cabinet has resigned.

ment-Intense Interest Manifested at Washington on the VILLA AVENGES RECENT DEFEAT
, YEARS SENATE P PASSES Bill Rome, May 13.-Because of a growing -
Probable Position to Be Taken by GermanySeveranceof war spirit among the people an

Relations Between Germany and United States urgent meeting of the council of min- Tv.o Americans Have Been

isters was called this a tern{>r n.
May Lead to War, Is Opinion Expressedby Excitement is growing rapidly. Today Killed and a Number

German Authority OVER GOVERNOR'S VETO groups of interventionists paraded Wounded in

the streets, forcibly preventing the MexicoEl

Washingon May 13.-President Wilson's note to Germany, for- sale of neutralist newspapers.

warded tonight by Secretary Bryan, has brought the United The former minister, Bertolini, Gio- Paso, T ex.Iay 13.Villa has

States to the brink of war with Germany in the opinion of some HAND OF ORLANDO SECOND CREATES JUDICIAL CIRCUITTO litti's henchman, was recognized in a succeeded in avenging the crushing

of the best authorities on international law at Washington. The VICE-PRESIDENT street car. A crowd of irterventionists -
12th his
BE KNOWN AS defeat administered to troops at
president, after stating that the United States government "has Jacksonville, Fla.-At the morning boarded the cir and attacked him,
Celaya nearly month by the
observed with growing concern, distress and amazement" the recent session Wednesday of the nineteenth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT beating him severely and spat in his when
troops a was
acts of the German authorities in violation of American annual convention of the Florida Fun- face. Bertolini was finally rescued in which he defeated
yesterday -
the which culminated in the of the eral Directors' Association, the elec- of oncers.!
rights high. sinking by
on seas, CHANGES 4TH AND 8TH DISTRICTSSenate ; a group Obregon's army of 25,000; men anddrove !
Lusitania, by which over 100 Americans lost their lives, he de- tion of officers for the ensuing year Former :Minister of the Interior
I them southward in great disor-
clares that "manifestly submarines can not be used against mer- was held, various matters of impor- Lugi i Facta and Deputy Graziadei .* '. !
?! According to Vila, Obrstron'sarmy :
chantmen, as the last few weeks have shown, without an inevitable tant business were considered, and a Vote Was 21 to 3- leaders of the neutralists, were also routed leavin-.r
violation of many sacred principles of justice and humanity," committee was appointed to bring the roughly handled by the crowds. was completely
Other Case Was in 1911 1,000 dead and wounded on the field.
and therefore "the imperial German government will not expect 1917 convention of the national asso-

the government of the United States to omit any word or act nec- ciation to Jacksonville. During Cilchrist's YESTERDAY'S RESULTS: Two :More Americans Killed .,
essary to a performance of its sacred duty in maintaining the President S. D. Harris, of St. Petersburg TermBy
Washington, May 13.-Two more
rights of the United States and its citizens and safeguarding their was re-elected, as were also Southern League '
Americans have been killed and
all of the other officers, with the exception a
free exercise and enjoyment. C. F. Johnson Memphis C, Atlanta 0.
number wounded in )Mexico accordingto
There can be no question about the positiveness of the stand of second vice-president, the SENTINEL BUREAU, New Orleans 6, Nashville 1.
dispatches received this evening by
taken by this government and intense interest was manifested at officers for the ensuing year being: TALLAHASSEE, FLA., MAY 13. Little Rock Mobile 0. Secretary Bryan from the United

Washington tonight on the probable position which will be taken S. D. Harris, president; Harry S. For the second time in fourteen Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 1. Consul Hosteller at Hermosillo.

Germany in response to American demands. A high German :Moulton, of Jacksonville, first vice- years the senate today passed a bill South Atlantic League Secretary Bryan from Unitde States

authority tonight expressed the opinion that Germany will not president; Carey Hand, of Orlando, over the governor's veto, when it took Macon 2-15, Columbia 1-3. Ilostetter the Yaqui Indiansare

t grant the right of the United States to ask for a guarantee that second vice-president, and F. L. Miller up the' veto message relating to an Jacksonville 4-1, Savannah 1-1; see- again on says a rampage; and have

there will be no further attacks by submarines on merchant ships : of Sanford, secretary-treasurer. act creating a new judicial circuit, to on eight innings darkness. taken the whole valley around Esper

carrying non-combatants. be known the twelfth circuit Columbus 3, Augusta 0.
as judicial anto. Ilostetter is unable to give the
Germany it was said, would probably make eyefpos..ible GEORGIAN HEADS BOARD OF National League
and providing two additional circuit names of the two Americans, but he
cession in the direction of giving non-combatants time and opportunity CONTROL OF K. OF P. judges therefor. New York 4, Cincinnati 3.
has been asked to send all the details
to get into life boats before torpedoing any merchant vessel Following week spent in Indian- The other case was one where Gov- Brooklyn 3, Chicago 2. he can and to make representations to

whether neutral or belligerent.To :rolis Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal returned ernor Gilchrist vetoed a fish bill for Philadelphia 1, Pittsburgh 3. the nearest authority. .

ask Germany to give a guarantee that there will be no fur- to Orlando last evening. :Mr. St. Lucie in 1911 the two being the Boston-St. Louis, rain. Carranza telegraphed his agency !

ther attacks submarines on merchant ships carrying non-com- O'Neal was called to the Hoosier Cap- only measures passed over a gover American League here today and reports Villa's story @

batants, in the opinion of a German authority, would be to admit ital because of the death of Union B. nor's veto in this state for fourteen Cleveland 1, New York 6. of victories is not true. Another ca-

the right: of interference between two belligerents.The : Hunt, president of the board of control I years. Detroit 2, Boston 4. blegram from Carranza sources at

German view is that war can be avoided if the United of the Knights of Pythias, Mr. The judiciary bill will create a new Chicago, Washington 3.
Vera Cruz says there is "rioting Ve- 1
States does not want war. O'Neal being one of the members of circuit of Duval and Clay counties, St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 5. tween the Zapatista generals in Mexico j
The probable German reply will be if British or other vessels the board. Mr. O'Neal announcedlast and changes the boundaries of the Federal League
City and attack has been made
hailed by a submarine will halt in response to the signal plenty of evening that Thos. J. Carting, fourth and eighth districts. Brooklyn 6, Chicago 1. Gonzales Garza at his residence in ;

time will be given those on board to get away. of Macon, Ga., succeeded the late Mr. Governor Trammell said tonight: Newark 1, Kansas City 12. the national "

The difficulty of the present condition is"that they not only Hunt as president of the board. His "I have done what I deemed my duty, Baltimore 0, St. Louis 9. It is also capitoI.stated that the Zapata l

threaten to ram the submarines but attempt to escape and the elevation to that office will bring con- my reasons having been given in the Buffalo 7, Pittsburgh 12. forces Mexico
German view is that if a vessel is hailed it may result in the sub- fidence and strength to the order as veto are leaving City "prac-
tically garrison"BRITISH
marine losing its prey.If he has been on the board for fourteen The senate stood 24 to 3 to pass the FIGHTING EAST OF YPRES STILL

the position of the German government is to be as outlinedby years. He was past supreme chancellor. bill over the veto. Senators Farris CONTINUES

the high German authority, whose view as to the probable position and Calkins made two able speeches LOSE A BATTLESHIP IN

of his government has been stated, then the severance of London, May 13.-The official press DARDANELLES

'. relations between the United States and Germany is expected to A ROLLER SKATING TOWN bureau tonight made public the following London.The British battleship Goliath

result.In Greencastle, Ind.-The roller skat- LAKE APOPKA DRAINAGE report from General French has been torpedoed in the Darda-

all probability and according to the best informed opinion, ing craze has struck Greencastle, men, under date of May 13: nelles. It is feared 500 lives hale

that will lead to war. women and children all are skating. "Fighting east of Ypres still continues. been lost.

It is expected that Germany will make her official reply without It is estimated that 1,000 pairs of SCHEME INVOLVES' The Germans today again sub- The British submarine E-14 has

\ undue delay, which probably will reach Washington early next skates have been sold. The univer- jected our lines north of the Benin penetrated through the Dardanelles

"'. week. When it does the American people will know definitely sity students and even some membersof road violent artillery bombardmentwhich and into the sea of Marmora, sinkingtwo

what they have to face. the faculty are skating over the $$2,190,160 in places destroyed some of our Turkish gunboats and a Turkish

: If Germany doesn't accede to the demands which this government city's cement sidewalks. Skates can trenches, causing temporary readjust- transport. |

has made then according to practically the unanimous view be heard at all hours of the night. Davis & Giles and W. L. Tilden, ments on our line. These announcements were made in

in official circles, this government will have to act.s1N01'SIS representing the property owners on "This however has since been completely the house of common today by Win-
re-established. the ston Spencer Churchill first lord of
On remain- ,
allowing the crew and passengers to the east and south of I.akepopka in
OF THE AMERICAN to safety. As submarine der of the front there is the admiralty.
). government is aware of the war zone escape a cannot regard to the application of the Zeil- nothing to I
NOTE SENT TO GERMANY that Germany has established about accomModate other than its crew report." While no definite information had [
TODAY the British Islands in retaliation for the p-'p'-eiigers are left to the mercyof wood Farms Company desiring the been received to the ,
; The American government calls Germany's enemy's cutting off the seas in small boats in erase the lowering of Lake Apoka three feet, as of ,
plies from but commander of a submarine decides to cn.KEIJLIO; ARM FRACTURED lives lost on the Goliath, Mr. Churchillsaid I
Germany's attention to the sinking of Germany, it tells the have directed to the district engineera
the Lusitania with a loss of over 100 German government that the United sink a ship. of considerable length he feared it would reach 500. i ir
t American lives and makes known its States government can not admit the The German government is again pro- r!
adoption of such told that American citizens must act testing against the cutting of drain- ,
clear such
to understanding measures
desire to come a or
within their indisputab'e!! rights in and sides Mr. G. E. LaVigne, while crankinga FLEET MAY NOT GO TIIROUG'IIBIG '
with the German government as warning of danger to operate in any age canals on the north west .
to the grave situation which has arisen. degree as an abbreviation of the taking ships wherever their legitimatebusiness of the lake. car yesterday, had the misfortuneto CANAL
i Germany is reminded of the sink- rights of American shipmasters or ca'ls;] them upon the high have his arm fractured at the :
seas in clear confidence that their own The protest is in six divisions: Washington.-The program of send
American citizens bound
_, ing of the Falaba by a German submarine on lawful errands wrist. The
.; -... and the attack on the steam- as passengers on merchant government will sustain them in the health flowing water, frost, beauty, injured member was ing the Atlantic fleet through the ca-
ship Cushing by the German aero- ships of belligerent nationalities; and exercise of their rights. navigation, and relative value of prop- promptly dressed and our friend is nal next month is hanging in the balance -
result that Ameri- that it holds the German The note tells Germany that the getting along nicely.
plane with the two governmentto erty that will be affected.It tonight and probably will not tie
killed and with the tor- a strict accountability for infringement people of the United States will lookto
cans were any -
is interesting note that thereare settled' definitely until the international
of these intentionalor government for just prompt. -
pedoing of the Lusitania a series! of rights,
events which this government observes unintentional. and enlightened action on this vital 135 property owners on the south THE WEATHER horizon clarifies.

with growing concern, distress The note says that this governmentdoes cause matter the with United greater States confidence and Germanyare be- and east sides of Lake Apopka who Florida: Generally fair Friday and

and amazement. not understand the German gov- own 7,331 acres of land valued at CANCELS
bound together not only by SAILING OF MAURETANIA -
that this spe-
The note tells Germany -nment to question these rights. This
cial ties of friendship, but also by explicit $2,190,160.
government has always recognized government informs Germany that
t Germany's regard for freedom of the I she assumes on the contrary, that the between stipulations the of treaty of 1S2S First, the petition claims that health one of the most beautiful lakes in London.The sailing of the
Kingdom of Prussia Cunarfl
seas and justice in all matters of international German government accepts the rule the United States. and will be menaced by a lowering of the Florida and if the level of the lake is Line
law and says the United that the lives of non-combatants, The note tells the German lake stating that the present level of lowered its beauty will be destroyed. steamer Mauretania, sister ship
States government is loathe to believeit I I whether neutral citizenship or citizens govern- of the Lusitania, advertised for May
ment its expressions of regret and of- Lake Apopka is now two feet higher Fifth, if the lake level
can not now bring itself to believe of other nations at war, can not lawfully II were lowered 20, has been cancelled.IN .
t these acts, so absolutely contrary to or rightfully be put in jeopardy fers of reparation in case of the destruction than the average level, and that if the navigation would be interfered th

-. the rules of modern warfare could by the capture or destruction of unarmed -! mistake while of neutral they ships sunk inter-by. applicants desire to lower the level to such an extent that row boats could
have the sanction of may satisfy
countenance cr ORLANDO TODAY
the German 'I merchantmen and recognizes,: national obligations if."no loss"of life three feet it will expose vegetable not even be used. The protest assertsin
government. also other
as nations do, the
: obligation -
The note says!' the United States to take the usual precaution of results. can not justify or excuse the matter and may cause typhoid and defense of the bill before the final 10:15 A. M.-Meeting of Orange

government feels it it's duty, therefore I visit and search to ascertain whethera practice of which the natural is to subject and necessary neutral effect malaria and other malignant fevers. vote was taken. county sub-exchange to fix date for

to address the German govern- suspected merchantman is in fact of and neutral persons to new and nations Second flowing water would be affected that the depth of the lake would be annual meeting of Citrus Exchange.
ment concerning them in the earnest belligerent nationality, or is in fact
immeasurable risks. Circuit court in session.
if not destroyed, causing a reduced to three to six feet.
hope that it is not mistaken in expecting -'I carrying contraband of war under a : The
action on the part of the Ger- neutral flag. is told this imperial government German will trovernment not omit great damage to flowing wells and irrigation Some days ago a communicationwas City council meets afternoon.

man government which will correct I i The United States objects to the any word or action necessary to the systems. received from the war depart
the unfortunate impression which has i present method of attack by German performance of its sacred duty of Third, the present satisfactory level ment stating that a public hearing I Fashion magazines Delineator, Designer
been created
the position of and that vindicate once more ;: submarines with their utter disregardfor maintaining the rights of the United I of the lake serves as a protection would be held at the Tildenville schoolhouse Woman's Magazine, :\1 Cal1's.
government to the humanity and calls the
sacred freedom of the seas. I i government's attention to the fact guarding and their its free citizens exercise and of and safe-enjoy I against frost. I at 4 o'clock V;care.ia;, :iIi-:: > I r ,-\ 7 _. e'c.: f\jl.> .F!c ()'.:.!al, book

t The note tells Germany that this I, t no:: ship can be sunk without first' ment. Fourth, Lake Apopka is recognized 26. --,'


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: | Orlando Delivery r and Messenger Service i:1' nations To help are themselves seeking to certain involve foreign the I Jacksonville.Selected as the official I t VELVET BEANSAND

United States in the war now ravag- route by the third brigade United I
ing Europe. Slowly but steadily the Confederate Veterans to Richmond,I

Harley-Davidson Truck :.mighty conflict is creeping upon us. Va., on account of the annual reunion
: A mistake, a harsh word may kindle of the United Confederate Vetetransto I
4: FOR QUICK SERVICE : a spark that will ignite a conflagration. be held in that city June 1 to 3. the
Atlantic Coast Line railroad an- COW PEAS
:I Upon the already overburdened nounces that many reservations are .
: shoulders of the lone man in. the being made for the trip, especiallyfrom r
: White House rests a terribel respon- Jacksonville.The .
sibility. He has been called to lead Atlantic Coast Line announces Makes
: and guide through darkness and doubt the operation of a special train for
1 Good and Bad Stores 'I
Cigar ,: one hundred million people. lie is in the veterans and their friends leaving
charge of the ship of state in the Jacksonville about 9 p. m. May 30. arriving -
64- I most stressful period in our history.The in Richmond the next afternoonat

load is so great that he can not 4 o'clock. The road will make ev- Cow Peas, per bushel ____________________ $2.-10

1 1E bear it alone. The hearts of the ery provision for the comfort of these Unknown Peas, per bushel _____________________ 2.45
E American people must beat in unison aged veterans that they be as-
f. ':JVEE.A: T with his heart. We must give sympathy sured of an easy and enjoyable trip. Speckle Peas, per bushel ______________________ 2.4u

and help to the courageous pilot This special train will consist of high Yokohoma Beans, per bushel -----_____________ 5.00 .

who seeks to steer us through the class reclining cars, steel coaches Early Amber Sorghum, per bushel ______________ 1.85
Is practically a complete poultry feed. Is the cheapest
- hidden zones of danger. As the pa- steel tourist and standard sleepersand Kaffir Corn, Peck ________ ___________________ .75
[ feeds when bought at the right price. triotic Mr. Taft "We must stand Xo will
says dining car. stops be Teosinte, Ib. ________________ .38
r \Ve have it at the right price. by the president in every way, at all made between Savannah and Richmond -

$2.65 per 100 pound sack delivered; $2.60 at platform. times and to the end." except those necessary from a
:Mail: Orders Solicited.
Express Freight
r or
There is in which
only one way we transportation standpoint. A representative -
t THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO. can aid encourage and make less dif- of the A. C. L. will accom- d
ficult the rugged path of the presi- pany the train to look out for the
W. L. DeWITT M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 dent. There is to comfort
r only one way lighten of the veterans and their
r his burden and give him assuranceI friends.
I that the ship will sail safely through City Drug* StoreJ.

f the troubled sea. Again we call your attention to the
[ I That way is plain. We must be classified ads.You .
Americans from the soles of our feetto L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA

1 the tops of our heads. We must ,
be nothing else. We must not be Republicans -
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Democrats, Progressives or Colollial l ] Hill

Socialists until peace reigns throughout 1
the world. Additionally, we must
! abandon all controversies, be they religious -

or political, for the time being.
Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne
on Later, when the danger is past, individual hear about Colonial -

and collective strife can be CAREY HANDFUNERAL
with plenty of Foliage resumed, though it were better if not Hills. I

indulged in. You read about Colo-
and Trees. Let us build up a stronger neighborhood -
nial Hills. DIRECTOR
feeling on the altar' of pa- ..
triotism. Let us invoke a bigger You talk about Colo- 1 AND EMBALMER '
Price $2000.00 Brotherhood to the end that it will
advantage to our country's good. nial Hills. .
g:7" L. 4
Let us not unduly criticise others or
Sooner or later |
make light of their views or beliefs.
In this solemnly grave hour we should will buy in Colonial I All calls answered Promptly Dayor

f C. A. HOVEY all dethrone stand our together hatreds, forget and differences remember, Hills. Why not NOWj! Night. Hand Block. \

only and always that we are all It will give you satis-:
Americans who have dedicated ourselves Orlando Florida.PHONE639.
faction and profit. .
to the needs and good of our I ,

I country.The RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
time may come, which God forbid -

I when our patriotism, our readi-
sacrifices CARL DANN

t we love will be test-
ed the ----- --- -
to uttermost. We must be ------- -
brethren and comrades thenve

should be comrades and brethren now.

SHEET METAL CO. The hour has arrived when we Pure Ice CrearnWhen
should be one for all and all for one.

-From a Rockford, 111., paper.)

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Roofings you want PURE I For Party
W'ashington.-The need of specially CREAM call for HAND'S. If

Cornices, Skylights Healing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings trained men in the diplomatic serviceof you don't believe that we take r Clubthe
the United States and the disad-
vantage of the system of rewarding greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from
Church SocialSchool
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO facture come and watch us
political leaders with of- up
government tubercular tested cows. All ,
fices abroad were emphasized todayby make it. You will be surprisedat Social
f cans, moulds and everythingused
f Perry Belmont; and state cam- the care every detallls given. t
paign expense publicity laws were up- in the manufacture of our Lodge "
Any kind you want, any time
held before the National
Publicity Organization I
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
by its ex-president Perry you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
; The Orlando Meat MarketT. Belmont. from a quart up. ized.

The United States was the pioneerin You are cordially invited to

A. YANCY, Manager publicity for campaign contribu- inspect our factory at any Hands Pure .
tions, he said. England is now con-
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice templating following our example.The time. Ice Cream
house of lords has adopted a res-
Florida and Western Meats
olution that a contribution to party
funds should not be a considerationto
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. a minister when recommending a
name for an "honor" to the king.
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ,
Hilaire Belloc and other prominentmen ,
are urging further and
Business (135 '.* O- BOX 226 publicity
/ -
. PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.r would like to wipe out the scandal of; PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street

granting places in the peerage to liberal I
politcal contributors. j
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have bought at Sheriff's Sale the entire stock of the PIERCE ELECTRIC CO., and must give up the room j

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.

H. L. HAIGHT, Purchaser of The Pierce Electric Stock i

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Pine Castle Fla., May 12. Tuesday feel better, act better and ..
May, a party cnosisting of Mr. Winter Park, Fla., May 12.-Spe- look better. We need more rain. ..
and Mrs. O. R. Goodwill, Mr. and Mrs. cial to the Sentinel.-Work) has begun The Thursday afternoon holiday has ': ..
Jos. L. Sunday, Mrs. Martha :Mills the new addition to "The Inn," .
Mrs. S. W. Reed, Mrs. C. Olds, Miss been inaugurated, with the usual I .
and with other buildings now under and the : .
number of
Frances May, Mr. B. J. Mills, Mr. disappointments .
J. G. construction or to be erected duringthe usual amount of trade in other places.Mr. .
Madison Johns,and Mr.and Mrs. .
home of Mr. Winter Park is to continue W. B. Taylor and Roland Barze
Tyner rathered near the summer
and Jlrk: L. L. Scott on Lake Conwayfor its building boom, not in the have gone to Valdosta, Ga., to pros- I i,
a picnic dinner and fish fry. mushroom way but by continuing its pect. I I i THE BIG STOREThe
Messrs. J. G. Tyner and Madison steady growth with an accelerated Misse Oliver and Whitner gave a |

, Johns went out on the lake early in speed.At lawn party Tuesday night, though j jI
the morning add had plenty of fish in the election last week the bond I I Jupiter Pluvius took_ possession of j 11

time for dinner, and after the sump- issue carried by a small majority i I the lawn. i i iI
tuous spread was enjoyed everybodytried vote, which means that our town will I I
their hand at fishing. Mr. Bunn soon have a hall of its own with a CANNON BALL IN GRAVEL !

Mills, while trying to show all the jail and the streets put in first class Greencastle Landes, : Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices ; ;
rest how to fish, fell out of the boat condition.Rev. .
into the lake and his 198 pounds made N. M. Pratt preached at the of this city, bought a load of gravel :

quite a splash. A very pleasant time M. E. church last Sunday night. a few days ago, in which he found an :
was had and the dinner was in the Next Sunday morning Rev. Douglass old cannon ball. It is about three
nature of a farewell to Mr. and Mrs. is to preach the annual sermon inches in diameter and is solid iron. :
Goodwill, who leave soon for their in recognition of our public school, at Some of the old residents recall that : ..
home in Ashtabula, Ohio. the Baptist church. In the evening during the civil war a company of I
o Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sunday, Mrs. S. Dean Enyart gives the final addressto home guards practiced on the hill :
Frank Phillips, and Miss Loradele the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. north of the city, and they suppose :
Phillips attended the meetings of the at the M. E. church. this was one of the balls fired in prac- : aturday Night SpecialsFROM
Methodist conference in Orlando on Mr. Caldwell visited for a week oren tice. I

Thursday.Mrs. days over on the East Coast.

....... E. M. Lane, of Jacksonville, The rain has so revived vegetation, Get the news In the Sentinel first. :
spent Wednesday and Thursday with ---- ---

Miss Frances May. 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK
Mrs. Martha Mills left Monday to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Rob- 'The' 1 / arket

erts, of Tampa.The -I
pews for the new Baptist OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

church arrived the last of this week OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
and will be handsome in
very appearance -
. when placed in position in the
church. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Women Appreciate The
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept frcoh
Oakland, Fla., May 12.-Rich Brileyis and pure.
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the possessor of a new Ford car. of this StoreEvery
in the Meat LIne. Economy
We wish him good luck in his first everything

lessons.Mrs. Roesel, of Bushnell, Fla.. is H. HVdL: Self & Co.

visiting her sister, Mrs. S. B. Hull, pHONE NO. SO PINE STREETMOWS
and family this week, arriving last .
Thursday.Mrs. .
Tuttle, niece of Mrs. Collier, Person who wants to buy with both sides of
, who has been spending some weeks I
here, leaves Wednesday for her home
t in New York city. THE TIMEto every Dollar they spend can do so by watchingour

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woods and
advertisements each
daughter, Miss Dora, left Monday for day.
their home in Gerry, N. Y. They will get ready for the rainy season.

visit St. Augustine for a short time. PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITHFINLEY'S
Miss Dora was one of the teachers
and will be much missed from our
community. $1.00 per Gallon at 2Finley's
Picnics are beginning to be the or- SKIRTINGS- HOSE FOR CHILDREN GROCERY
der of the day. A jolly party consist- in Black
Plain colors and fancy only. DEPARTMENT:
ing of Esther, Ruth, Wesley and PioneerCORNER Weaves. Values up to 15c. quality
Waldo Steinbock, Floy and Myra Large Bucket Snow drift
50c., exra
Sadler, John Hatfield, Donald Hus- lOc Lard, $1.35 value
band, Laura Brock, Lillian Vick Nor- COURT AND PINE STREETS lOc

man and Ira Gulley, went over to $1.00
Crooked lake Monday.The 2nd FLOOR-ART
Orlando W. C. T. U. extended 2nd FLOORDEPARTMENT: -

invitations to each president of the Ladies Princess Slips Dresser Scarfs, lace trimmed BROWN :MUSLIN

local unions to attend a "community Pink and light blue, $1.25 some embroidered 36 inches wide, good
conference" on May 7, to which Mrs. quality 35c. and oOc. values
Hickman responded.The weight, special79c I

three evenings' program of the I 25c
( 5c
closing exercises of the school were erVlcetation
each a success in themselves. The
auditorium was filled to its utmost capacity LAWNS AND CREPESTABLE DAMASK:

the first two nights, and a All new neat designs and Pure Bleached, 60inches 3rd FLOOR
large audience greeted the graduates.The dainty colorings, 12%c. wide, 39c quality
splendid work done in carryingout and 15c. values, 10 yards Porch Swings, solid oak,
these programs reflects great for 25c complete, ready to hang,
credit upon Prof. Osteen and has corps FOR $3.50 quality for
of teachers. There were seven pu- 89c
pils in the graduating class. Prof. :MEN'S UNDERVEAR$2.50
Cox, of the Florida University, gave
the class address. It was full of SAFTY PINS- Drawers athletic style,
strong points and good advice, and if regular 5c. 50c. quality
the young people carry them out they All rtSlZes. 2nd FLOOR-Millinery De

will find themselves at the top with qua 39c partment-
the two per cent. class.
2 1-2c A beautiful line Ladies'


Taft, Fla., May 12.-We are sorryto AND 2nd FLOOR- Air Float, delightfully to $6.00 forl..adies'
learn that Rev. R. J. Brewer has perfumed 25c. quality,
Petticoats, Scalloped I- '!
had the misfortune to lose his horse full pound can $2.89
Ruffles. also I: plain
which he purchased not long For
scallope, 60c. quality49c
the present it will inconvenience him 15c
from coming to preach here regularly; 3rd FLoon-
and he will be missed. We
another horse will be procured presume soon. POLiSHINGYOUR LACES EDGES AND INMatting: Rugs, beautiful in -

The Ladies' Aid served ice cream LADIES' WHITE CANSERTIONS- design and colors. :

and cake in the McKnight building VAS PUMPS: AND Values up to 15c. for Size 27x51, limit one to a
last Saturday, realizing a neat sum. OXFORDS- customer "!
Mr. O. L. Quigley's family arrived 5c -
$3.00: ( and S3.iOalue:
from Boston, Mass., last Saturdayand 25c
are at home in their new quar-
ters on Fourth street.A 2nd FLOOR-Children's

large delegation of our citizens AUTOCharges Department. GROCERY

i journeyed to Orlando Saturday to as- Misses and Children's DEPARTMENT:
certain if possible "Hoo's Hoo" in PARTIE"TUuderwear: slightly 4
Taft. As yet the situation is somewhat 3 cans 3 pound Tomasoiled, 25c. and 35c. val- 6 cans Best Maine Corn, ;

,, strained. toes, 40c. value x ues $1.20 value for70c J
Mr. Geo. K. Thomas and his sister,

Mrs. E. A. Warner, started Tuesdayfor $1.00 for 25c lOc
the North for the summer. The .l

former for Huntingdon, Pa., and Mrs.\ Complete Job : : .
Warner for Savannah, Ga.. to visit fora ?
few weeks> and later to Vancouver .j
and to California, taking in the ex SERVICE FIRST-CLASS AND PROMPT. ITS
recent rains have relieved the
drouth conditions and crops are reviv-

ing and looking fine, late planting, STREET. .. _.. ..
k coming on now nicely. I I Yowell-Duckworth Co. I
The Ladies' Aid Society will hoi .
another ice cream and cake sale next
Saturday afternoon in the l\lcKnight' 14 EAST CHURCH

store. Come one, come all, and everybody -
come and leave a few dimes. I

They a worthy are worthy cause.of your patronagefor Don't Wait Come Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." I 1,

W. G. I I'q
Sphaler has his new block 1I
enclosed and workmen are rushingthe I
Now !
interior work lively. It will soon I I
be completed. .

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demic of whooping cough.

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T+JE DAILY I OUR SCAVENGER BIRDS "IZZY BUTTIV OBJECTS TO says I'm a droppin down to earth I :.

ROARLV AUTOS (;ZZIX' again and to save me I can't keep I
South Florida SentinelMORNING I
Anent your editorial note on a city ,AIWICIIIRCIIES from thinkin of the lower regions.Don't .

: AND WEEKLY ';;o clean that the scavenger bird contingent think Mr. Editor that this I
'. 1:. GLENN ... ........ ..........Editor will seek other environment. Mr. Editor-Since writin you lastI you
V C. ESSINGTOV .. ...BusinHa Manager fractious ridin around from ten to I
--- Soliloquy of a BuzzardA been a thinkin about them automo-
I: Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida turkey buzzard lighted on my biles what toot and splutter and roar twelve o'clock on a Sunday had oughter -
as Second Class Mail Matter. neighbor's kitchen flue i
abound the churches when the preachers be stopped? This here invention |
While> he holler down de chimney to
SUBSCRIPTION RATES de cook, "Whar's ?" is a try'n to preach, and makin they call a cut-out it i ems to me dont j
.................. 3-00 you
it' Daily. 1 Year ...... de I
Daily. 6 Months ...................... %.1>0 Fer he feel no warmin' fires ter such a racket the like as never cut out the noise any. I'm as good !j
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 bottoms 'er his feet, wanted to hear when a settin calm in
Daily 1 :Month: ....................... .6 An' he smell no decomposin' stuff as believin that if you will :say some- ,
the church I automobile
got a
f' -Weekly l-Year- -._....-. .:.....:.:.::.:. 11.00 gettin' ready fer to eat. myself, but do you reckon I would go thin about these careless drivers in

jo ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Den he turn his buzzard nose up at honkin past a church when there wasa jour paper most everybody in town GflORYPARTMENT

ADVANCETO sech dismal point of view, meetin goin on? Not on your life; will be a readin it and mayhap re- I
ADVERTISERS: An' ax heself de question, what he
nex' had better do. not Izzy. I says to my man I says member to keep away from the
Copy for display and all other hand-set Vif dat he open wide his wings, and seems like there's enough days in the churches on Sunday with them cars.
adTertisine must be hmndeo in at the business
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 pm.. and soar afar away week to go a ridin by them churchesso's They'd orter be a settin in them
This, rule applies To de neighborin' community whar de
the before puMwmtion.
dont need to rile people to the preacher. -
to chances for contract advertising: it U bad smells stay. we up pews a tryin encourage I
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. and wreck their dispersitions a makin I says to my man I says it look I

-Subscribers--desiring- The Sentinel dP continued De tings he fine eroun' dey doors, such noises as brings mad feelins to a man up a tree mighty like them ,
abonld notify the office in writing on make him smack his hungry into their hearts. When I'm a listeninto autos was a interferin with church
date of expiration otherwise it will be chops,
the them lovely hymns, and the wordsof goin, and that aint the right thing is- '
: continued. at th* regular subscription rates An' he git a orful appetite at de nice
until .....tic0 stop is received. the I want to set mindon it Mr. Editor? { .
smellin' preacher
:,.. Telephone Numb ...................... 21 slops. my I
Dere' is antiquated fish heads, ands the heavenly land, and when them So no more from yours truly I

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 191;). <'me spied! scraps ob meat, ruin noises begin I says to myself I IZZY BUTT1N !
Jes' de daintiest ob morsels fer a tur-
key bird ter eat.
School boys are counting the days I II I
vacation... An' when he git his belly full, he fly An Exceedingly
up in a tree, .
o An' whisper soF like ter hissdf: "dis
: At any rate nobody ever gets mad is de place fer me. GO Interesting
with opportunity for knocking.o I'm nebber gwine back ter Orlando.
tho' 'taint so berry far.
I Fer ebery single ya'd is clean, an'
America though a peaceful nation ; der's nuthin doin' dar."
is manufacturing more war material -J. B. Lev. I'


A little cleaning up every day will thus encourage the Mendelssohn:: Club and en.iov an i ,

make it unnecessary to put in a whole There is no joy in father's soul evening of brilliant song. But remember that if you own a YkI I

week at any time. When summer henceward hies; trola you can hear Light Opera or Grand Opera every day in the I

: o For in the place of chucking coal year. Caruso in "Faust" or"Aida" costs but little more than Billy I

The way some people drive their Ma has him swatting flies.ADDlTIOXAL Murray in the rollicking "Take Me to the Cabaret." I FRIDAY

-, motor cars it would seem that they o- Practically every Victor record i is made by a star performerThe I

regarded "safety worst." LOCALSMr. Victor people control most of the real stars in the musical'

a world. The other record makers take who ever they can get. And
If food is getting scarcer in Europeit D. B. Sphaler, prominently identified -
must be remembered that those with the prosperous town of W. S. BRANCH

who eat it are also decreasing in numbErs Winter Home where of the finest

orange groves are located was in Orlando SATURDAY
-- yesterday spreading optimism -I
A polite man never gets a chance to and greeting friends. He was accompanied I 10 TO 12 \

say anything but "thank you." If by Mrs. Sphaler and Mrs. E. \ I
one wishes to talk at length upon any E. Crouch. 1 : 2T04And
topic he must be both rude and dis- I
courteous. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Way, who have

been spending the past six months at II I
their pretty home, 409 East South I
Somebody is always denouncing the
-: street, as has been their custom during -
knockers, and yet the sound of the
the past several years, will leave
.' hammer is the best kind of an evi-
this afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine SATURDAYEVENING
dence of prosperity.
en route to their summer homein
Glenn Ellyn, Ill.
Forty years ago child labor did not
'Ir. James Mather, who has spent
." protect a boy from cutting wood or
whitewashing ninety-nine panels of the season in Orlando at his home, FOR RENT
Marion will leave AND SALEThe I
fence on Saturday when the fish were 418 street, today
biting, but even at that there was for New York city, where he will remain -
some fun.-Houston Post. until fall. Mr. Mather is certainly I Of the "
entitled to the post of honor in
o Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America I
the pioneer brigade of winter visitors.lie .
Maryland man caught so many fish '
at one haul that the net broke and first visited this city in the fall Street. Lot 67 /x332. House is modern and contains

they all got away. Great work. of 1881, and with the exception of a seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
Bunching them up like that is a whole few years, the winter season has always -
fruit trees. Ornamental
lot better than the angler's way of found him in or near the City bearing plants and shrubbery. C smire

catching them and letting them get Beautiful.Mr. .

away one at a time. and Mrs. W. II. Morris were

o- ,.among those who have been visiting

St. Louis woman is asking for a Orlando for the past month leaving

-divorce because her husband never yesterday for Columbus, Ohio, where

kisses her nor takes her to the mov- they have a summer home. This was
ies. Anybody who has ever beery their first visit to this section of the S. Y. WAY Freezer

kissed or attended the movies knows state, and while it was not as long as

t that the fair petitioner's grounds for they had hoped to make it, Mr. Morris -

f the suit are quite sufficient. being called to the Buckeye: Stateto
Insurance and Real Estate
attend to business matters, they Agent

i< Twelve blind tigers o in ten days is were so well pleased that they will return It's New It's SanitaryIt's

record and the in the fall for a season's visit.
a good
police depart- PHONE 172
I ment should be commended. It is a Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mears and EconomicalIces

step in the right direction. In most daughter Miss Jessie, left Orlando

cases evidence was produced to convict yesterday morning over the Atlantic
f the offenders. Orlando will soon i Coast Line for St. Augustine and]

be the driest city in Florida. I Jacksonville, where short visits will

r a I If be made before continuing their way

f The legislature has proved its north. They will go by steamer from Sherbets Ice Cream
worth. Constructive legislation is be- the latter city to New York and ,

ing passed. S. S. Griffin has shoved thence to their home in Syracuse, N. iiEvery' II IIGet Frozen Ready to Servein

through a number of meritorious bills Y., where they will spend the summer. f

t and his constituents in Orange county They will be visitors next year and II1 Thirty Seconds

have no reason to feel any disappointment come prepared to make an extended ----
; over his first year's record. sojourn.Mr. .
1 I (1-2 a MinuteRemember:
o and Mrs. J. K. Saye, who have hing from Head to Footin. -

Col. Roosevelt's case at Syracusewas been spending the winter here at their I

also torpedoed with the sinkingof home, 720 West Central avenue, have oiuDru tore I1

the Lusitania. What has happened departed for their home in Des \\1

to him? No one seems to know. Moines, Iowa. This was their seventh Hair Tonic '" ,fl Ito HAIR that the hot
Even Mexico has in Orlando and they declared -
been shoved from season -
TONI weather will soon be with us
the the last the l best : ,
spotlisrht. It requires real news was very one 3
to get on the front page of any: news- they have ever spent in this section. BuniorL i then a Freezer becomes indis- I

paper these days. Mr. and Mrs. Saye are enthusiastic _
Plate's '
o boosters for the City Beautiful and / f ( pensible.

Our sympathy goes out to Mayor hey expect to bring several Westerners %J This is the best yet! Come
Van Sweannjren, of Jacksonville who with them when they return in \ h
had to make an address of welcome to the fall. / tk' and let us get your confirma ,'

the convention of funeral directorsand tion.

embalmers. Nothing in the experiences SAX JUAN NOT TO CLOSEAn

of a Florida mayor gives

him a tip as to appropriate remarksto : erroneous report has gotten /
make to a bunch whose duty it is I out that the San .Juan Hotel ; : -

to look after the dead ones.-Sarasota would clo e for the summer. :

Sun. Such i is not the case, only the

-0------- dining room will close, after sup

A rosy cheeked youngster dressedin per Saturday May 15.: and remain -

his best clothes entered the village closed until October.

postoffice and carefully laid a huge 3-143t DICKSONYES( CO. j
slice of iced cake on the counter.

"With my sister, the bride's compli- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

ments, and will you please eat as
much as you can?" he said. The FOR EXT-Fi\'e room house, No. 9 it at .
postmistress smiled delighfullj West Robinson avenue; 15.00 per .DEPARTMENT STORE.
I month. Apply A. L. Beck Lumber
"How very kind of the bride to remember Company. 5-14-6tc MERCK'SWe .. .. !
me," she cried. "Did she I

know of my weakness for wedding WANTED Position as traveling are the nearest drug store ORLANDO FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
cake?" "She salesman or employment in city I
answered the The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
by man of good character. Bonds and :
youngster, coldly, "and she thoughtshe'd reference if Address PHONE 681ERUI of trustworthy I
required. J. A.G., tesy, of fair dealing, mer-
send yer a bit of it this after- Lock Box 82, Winter Park, Fla.
noon just to take the edge off you 5-14-3t : :'S PHAR ..1ACYI : chandise, at right prices

appetite before she posted any boxes \ :.
1 off to her friends."-Tit-Bits. Get the news in the Sentinel first. I THE REXALL STORE -.I

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I @ SnriefJ .*****. IFAVORTE i U "G ET IT AT ALLE "S" U i

I fftuaanurit I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission I Ir4.IOIIIIIIIII. I ; I '\.' ... '

SOCIAL CALENDAR:, May FOR II. WEEKiTriday I I I held ind plans here in made November for entertainment, was discussed of +ar- 1 awx} ; 5 Cents I i I .--ii''{: > : i2 II IIi !;

r- I
Miss Helen Virginia lloskins hostessat delegates. Much business was attended .' = 'I'TOD.

masque party, on Lake Cherokee. to under the wise direction of our .\rs I'1OtR.1MIig ; i i i- L1 Ii t

Nullos Club, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles splendid president, Mrs. A. A. Gould.0 :- Keels. -.* .' Y tp

., hostess -- Ilronrho. "A Lucky Blowout." A I
ilrs. Thomas Brodwater, hostess to
Bachelor Girls in honor of Miss SJIITIfNOTESNGAGEMENT. drama in two parts. n
Komic. "A Flyer in Spring Water:" i L.ji0
Augusta Wright. E \ GRANDTODAY A comedv. :1k.Ti
High School Classical Club entertainsthe
Senior German Club. Mr. and Mrs.\ Robert Grant Moore Tathe"Exploits of Elaine." Thefourth
Sumus announce the engagement of then episode of Elaine, in two partDon't ::.
Septum Club, Mrs. Z. V. Rau-
lerson hostess, in honor of Miss i{sister, Fay Yoland Nodes, to Mr. Earl forjret this great serial picture.
the best
I ever produced.
Rambo. Garfield Smith, the wedding to take
Admission Children ;5 cents adults
Mrs o'clock.fc,. T. Jackson, at home, 3 to 5 place on Thursday, May 27, at their 10 cents today.: ; i'! GICEITLXD UNUSUAL JEWELRY 0

hcme, 2010 Oak street Riverside. Five cents to all ever day exitpt: :
--0- Friday.OSTEOPATHY. \Ve take a great deal of pride in having our stock of jewelryrepresent
The above announcement from the
NO TORFEDOEOUND all that is not only newest and best but that also is dif
Times-Union of yesterday will be of
ferent from the
: common run. Every jewel loving woman should
interest to Orlandoites, as Miss Nodes
When one enters the Orlando operas visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
house May 20 to witness the produc- lived in this city for several years 1! precious stones.

tion of Pinafore, as staged by the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. DANIEL FROHAM

Mendelssohn Club, and when the cur- Nokes, on Lucerne Circle. DR. J. C. HOWELL k ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Presents the popular youthful Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon I lib ,
tain is drawn, a gasp is guaranteed, I Kirksville Graduate
for before one's will be APOPKA HIGH SCHOOLCOMMENCEMENT. dI
eyes a striking \ StarWILLIAM Consultation Free I L r..11 .01:1. .,
Reproduction of a steamship. On the'stage Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
in blue and white will be seen I The senior class of the Apopka high ELLIOTIn Hotel. I I'I

the stern of "II. M. S. Pinafore," with school will have their commencement the celebrated dramatic Office rhone 716; Residence 1018 {I
masts and bells and bridge and lad- j exercises at the new city hall this sue Orlando Fla. "iOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE:

ders and life boats. This, together i evening at 8 o'clock. The class is cess HEREin

with the bevy of charming maids and [composed of the following two girls =
laddies, will form a pretty and real- i and three boys: Emma Cotton, Barbara 'VIlE WE WERE TWENTY- LucerneTODAY ] '' __ selecting wall: paper for your

istic picture. The work has been done O'Donnell, Robt. Chapman, Har- ONE" home. Our stock contains all the lat-

under the master hand of Forrest I ry Starbird, Bernard Wilkins. The t e
Dabney Carr, artist, musician, direc- Apopka school is one of the best in I Nat Goodwins former starring r'v ,' ment that you are sure to find just

tor, and last, but not least, "scenic ;the county and their commencements vehicle. the kind you have been looking for.
designer." The life boats are sus- always prove an interesting event. i g Come in and see our offering and get

pended from genuine davits, with II Many will attend from Orlando. FIVE SPLENDID ACTS j !1 r k 4 our prices. You'll be interested.

block and tackle, and from the mast -0I TIlE SPIRIT OF TilE VIOLIN : vti
SOCIETY NOTES Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
are numerous to all I
ropes JOF 10 cents 20 centsROOf A Selig special feature complete
sections of the ship. Ladders on either 205 S. Orange Avenue

side of the mast run to the poop Hannay Ellis, of Ocala who in two parts.A .

deck, or bridge. The entire reproduction has been visiting at Altamonte COLEMAN & KUAN Phone 261

is decidedly realistic and a fin- Springs, is the guest of Miss Eloise

ished piece of work. Indeed it is so Robinson. Miss Ellis was a guest at ROMANCE OF THE NIGHT ------ -- -----

realistic that a slight stretch of the the Rosalind Club dance last evening..
r' Rr An Essanay Drama."THE .
imagination may convert the audience
to One need have fear Messrs. P. M. Shanibarger and J.
passengers. no WRIGHT SEED COMPANY
of torpedoes-except torpedoes and I B. Smith representative citizens oPine j l

mines of fun, laughter, merriment and Castle, were among the welcome HOME-COMING OF
music.FOR visitors to the county metropolis yes "CLEAN-UP WEEK"

-0- terday. They report things in general HENRY"Vitagraph

MISSAUGUSTA as being in a flourishing condition A Comedy. Use Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

WRIGHT. and they are always found boosting Keep :your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice. '

Miss Augusta Wright was the hon- i for the welfare of that favored International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.

oree of a delightful luncheon yester- section. FOUR GOOD REELS Plant Vines, Petunias, Phlox Bermuda and St. Augus-

day afternoon tendered by her cousins Mr. and Mrs. F. "'. Genung, who tine Grass. Fresh Supply all varieties Cowpeas, Natal

the Misses Wright, at their have been spending the season at R F G4ROfNTO and Sudan Grass, Dasheens.

home, "Memphis Place" on Rock i their home, 706 Colonial Drive, will

lake. Bamboo and red honeysuckle leave today over the Atlantic CoastLine
transformed the dining room into a for Waverly, N. Y., to spend the .

garden. Several small tables were next six months. They will return in BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
spread with Japanese cloths. White November. In order to keep in touch II I

t roses were used on the bride-to-be's :with.. the. happenings. --in Orange- -county
table, and baskets of red roses on the iney nave ordered the Sentinel to be "THE WHIRLING DESK"In
others. After the four course luncheon sent them while absent from the city. -

was served Miss Wright was the two parts, Cleo Madison and

recipient of many beautiful baskets i FUNERAL OF JAMES B. PARTIN Joe King. __ A._CURTIS WILLIAM! R. O'NEAL
from the girls, and a shower of linen

pieces from cousins in distant towns. I Funeral services were held yester-
!day at 10 o'clock for the late
Swimming was enjoyed during the af- James Established 1886
ternoon. The guests were Miss i from the residence on West

Wright :Miss Prudence Malone, Miss I Central avenue. The services were TERRACE"A
Vida Miller, Miss Guilda Happersett i conducted by Rev. Ley of the Methodist -

Miss Alma DeLaney, Miss Elizabeth I church and Rev. Poulson of the detective melo-drama, with CURTIS & O'NEAL

Branham Miss Marie Wescott Miss I Baptist church. The pall bearers Ben Wilson.

Lillian Smith Mrs. Thomas Brod I were Capt. B. M. Robinson, Geo. W.

water, Mrs. Gordon Wright, Miss Millie Crawford, ,Yo L. Dolive, J. II. Tucker,
t Smith Miss Louise Smith Miss A. C. Shepherd and Capt. Scruggs. 4 INSURANCE LOANS -

Benner.U. Interment was in the Orlando ceme- "EDDIE'S AWFUL PREDICA

D. C. MET ,

Coleman Chapter U. D. C. In t'Ompliant"eith the law regulating Bi- Victor Forde, Lue Morgan.A .
held a very interesting meeting ennial Elections in Special Tax School Dis
Thursday afternoon trios, an election is hereby ordered and ('alledto
with Mrs. A. G. be held at the place in each district where.
Branham as hostess. Routine busi- School District Elections are usually held on
Thursday the 17th day of June. 1915. for the beautiful Parasol given
ness was disposed of and then an in- purpose of electing three trustees and determining
formal and the number of mills to be assessed on at 9 o'clock.
very pleasing of away
the property real and personal within, each For Sale
the state convention in Leesburg was of the following. named districts for the en-
seine two to-wit
Tears :
given by Mrs. Fuller one of the dele- Winter Park. Ocoee Union. Pine Castle

gates from this chapter. Mrs. Chas. Tangerine.It is further. ordered that Clerks 10 cents 5 cents '
and Inspectors
House Lot 653 x167. Price
4 Lartigue gave an historical talk on for said elections, be appointed as eight rooms. (
follows to-wit:
"The dates and order in which the Winter rark-H. A. Ward clerk; C. S.
states seceded," which ih'ming. J. II. Bear.
was A
extremely Owe W. P. Blakely. clerk; B. M. Sims. $4500.00. bargain.PONT .
interesting. This meeting closes the J. W. Mann. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. I
regular Union -C. G. Coward clerk; J. B. Redditt
meetings for the summer. At J. H. Wheeler.
the conclusion of the business refresh- Pine Castle-W. "'. Matchett. clerk; E. D.
M. Perkins. Frank Phillips.
ments of ice cream and cake in the Tan erinE. A. Bennett clerk; R. II. -

U. D. C. colors, red and white, were Williams.order Ceo.of the Dwrltey.Iy Board. of Public Instructionof !I '
served. Orange County.. Florida at the rejrularmeetiajc. ARCADEMILK I Ii
May .. 1915. i
-0- J. F. McKINNOX. I
County Superintendent and Secretaryof
MEETING OF the Board. 5-15-41

. KIL The KARE Kil Kare KLUB.Klub was most delightfully ORDINANCE i I SWAT THE FLY !

f. entertained yesterday after- To Provide for the Protection of Food Exposed -
for Sale in the City of OrlandoBe
noon by Mrs. J. L. Feinberg, at her DEPOT I
home on Grace street. Twelve it Ordained by the City Council of the
memCrs -
A City of Orlando:
of the Klub were present and one Section 1. That all freak meat exposed for Screen your home with our galvanizedwire
sale shall be kept in cases of wire netting
guest, Mrs. S. W.
Topliff. The roll with glass tops. I
call was uniquely answered causing Section :. All bread rolls biscuits pies. cloth at moderate cost.
cakes. candies confectionery and the like exposed ;
considerable merriment. The for sale shall be kept in show case of
program ,
consisted of music and readings. Refreshments securely class, except wrapped such ready of said for delivery.articles which are BUTTER M ILK- I This will effectively keep out flies,

of ice and cake were Section 3. All fruits and vegetables exposed Fresh EerDa)-.
for sale shall' be kept in receptacles
served. The color scheme used in the screened with wire net tin*. except berries oc. I gnats, mosquitoes and other insects
refreshments which roust be kept in glass cases.Section per glass23c.
was pink white and 4. The doors, windows and other I

green, the Klub's colors. The next openings are made:!' .of and bakeries of places where where bread candy or and cakes con. .- = per gallon j I 1 and is
meeting will be Thursday May 20, fectionery ii made. shall be screened with, wire 1
with Mrs. Francis'" Wood Thornton netting. CREAM AND MILK |
Section 5. Whenever wire is
Park. \ scribed in this ordinance shall mean pre BUTTER
t ., n.tting not coarser than 16 mesh. I
--0r ,
Section All cases and receptacles mentioned
W. -- in this ordinance shall be kept closed, Fresh Homemade THE WORLD
r C. T. U. NOTES
except for the purpose of placing food therein I
by or removing it therefrom and shall be kept
f.frum flks. And all screen doors and SANDWICHES I
MRS. J. M. PEDRICK. windows shall be opened only in case of neces"ity -
and all apartments so screened under PIES AND I
The W. C. T. U. was well attendedlast sHuordinance shall be CAKES
kept free from flie
Oakland' Section. :So food of any kind shall be The Hard ware Storeon the Corner
Friday. Winter Park, exposed or kept for sale in front of store, I
and Conway sent representatives. or in the doorways thereof at a less height I IARGADEMllK
than twenty inches above the sidewalk. or
Four new members were added to our floor.

list which has almost reached the of Section this ordnance S. Whoever shall be violates any provision !
punched by a fine DEPOT
hundred mark. Mrs. Frank Regen, not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars. JOS. L. GUERNSEY'Sdauw
"r by imprisonment for not more than thirty
Mrs. C. P. Dickinson, Mrs. J. A. dajTK.

away, Mrs. C T. Jones. Dun-I Adopted, May 11, 1915.E F SPERRY. Mayor. :MRS.: E. :M.: PARRY

j I' The state convention, which Attest CARL JANSEN, City Clerk ol3-awks i


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Site! I NOTCE OF ELECTION Dumber. Laths and S11 11gles

SENTINEL I Notice is hereby given to the reg-
istered voters of Ocoee that there will
I be an election held at that place' on
Monday, June 7, 1915, to decide upon
WANTSThe incorporating the town. 5-7-4w
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Quickest results, and the kind that
'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.

tage 136 on acres two with lakes.beautiful Knock fron-Out For One Day RATES______________25t PHONE 646 Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime

For Three Days ___________50c
115 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c:: For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
For One Month ____________$2.50 I 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 cent word for
one per
17 Street Orlando, Fla.
$20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If 12-10-lm
See E. B. you can't bring your ad to
Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be G..A.S
payable thefollowing day. Dr. S. S. Jones ,

Every Home-Every Business'
Sentinel Want Ad. graduate Davenport College' 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
Watkins! Block PHONE IO4:
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
-- 1 being restored to health' by chiropractic
I FOR SALE adjustments, the new scienceof
removing the cause of disease. Examination -
FOR 90 DAYS FOR SALE-Velvet beans, $4.00 per free. 12-24-1mo Is a servant that can do a lot of things to make your
bushel; clay peas $2.40 per bushel;
. You buy foundation unknown and speckled cowpeas $2.45 kitchen work easier and pleasanter.A .
can per bushel. J. L. Dean, prop. City
stone building blocks, sidewalk -
I. Drug Store. 5-11-7tc DoctorsBtaekmasfcr
tile, or anything In my RUUD AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER will give

": line at reduced. Call around FOR SALE-A No. 1 Studebaker sur- & Bnindasrc you steaming hot water quickly and economically-all I
rey, in excellent condition; rubbertires
and let me surprise you on
and will sell very reasonable if you want just when and where you want it.
prices. taken at once. $50 will get it. A. L. OSTEOPATHS
Maclean, Gotha, Fla. 5-11-Ct Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
F. D. GORE, One of our perfect new GAS RANGES will smoothout
FOR SALE-Studebaker Kirksville, Mo.
touring car
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. 5 passenger, in good condition; extra 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples your cooking troubles-cook. quickly, cleanly, and
Nothing charged at these prices.? equipment; extra tire; exceptional National Bank. Phone 578. economically.
value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
You can enjoy the convenience and saving of an ALL

: OSTEOPATHDR. FOR steel SALE-Typewriter ribbed strong and box,durable leather,, Orlando Wood Yard GAS KITCHEN at a surprisingly low cost.

with lock, key and handle; dust proof
and new. Inquire at Sentinel office. Let us show you.
5-7-6t Removed from Pine St. two blocks I.
north on Railroad, west end Wash-
Office corner Orange Avenue and FOR SALEA
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., clean nice cash business for a ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
Phone 419.Clean. hustler, on easy terms; requires only all times. t
small cash payment, balance' to suit
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. 4

Up cottage, seven rooms and bath ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
conveniences roomy porches, PHO'iE3U
excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden.

2-23-tf GAS DEPARTMENTService
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Buy your Cleaning FOR RENT

Materials of us. TO RENT for July and August, a two
room apartment with kitchenetteand
bath room in Boston, Massachusetts .
Brooms next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent
for the two months $50. Emily Curtis
Mops Fisher, 500 Boylston street, Boston ..
Mass. 5-12-6tc .

Soaps FOR RENT Modern house of seven If you are disappointedabout
rooms, screened porch bath large r.
Washing Powders closets, gas and electric lights close getting a new Eas-
. .in, one block from M. E. church. ter Suit,we can put your

. Soap a PowdersBuy can of Lay-U-' Yancey.FOR Phone street.mer,RENT-Cottage 520 or,by or the inquire year 312,; for cheap.North the 3-28-tfc 5-9-Gt T.Main sum A. tion old for just in good such occas condi- May Start 10th will Pure S j iug<< W%Vatei't r L Service May Start 10th will

buy, sell rent, and exchange real

CARUTHERS & GORE over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, ; DryCleaningJ .:. In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

, $20,000,000. Call and see me. IBS team Cleaning specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands

j New Modern Grocery G 10-6-3m WANTED F. A. LEWTER. Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we'are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER dally to '

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

I Phone 200 WANTED POSITION-A young man lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.
having years experience in
department stores desires position Cut Flowers Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
6 and 8 East Pine St. where ability and merit would war-
4 rant advancement. Best references. COOLER Free of Charge.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf
and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per
TO ECIIANGE-For house and lot
in Orlando, 'lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 gallon.No
Floral Designs deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
set to budded trees two years ago; 3
$2.ooTAMPA acres unimproved; extra good land.
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc

I LjOST-One bicycle wheel, between AN..A..LYSIS :
\ Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
return to Morton Jones & Son bus f
line. 5-13-tf I Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D.

.. Rollins College, Florida-
LOST-Key ring with four keys. Re-
I turn to this office and receive re Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915

ward.- 5-13-tf J. M.\ CARUTHERS H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and LOST-Knight-Templar charm with Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

my name on same. Reward. J. N. brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results: t
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
{ Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc
1 MONEY TO LOAN on good security.Wm. i
Martin. 5133t'MONEY __________________________-___Clear.
t MONDAY MAY 10th Under New Management REACTION ________________________________Neutral
! :: TO LOAN-We have some FREE AMONIA:: ______________________-----None. Lord to&loan Bradshaw.on first class 5-13-6tc prop- House ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ______________None. ,

r Tickets all Smyth CHLORIDE _______________________________6 Parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon.
good on ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale TOTAL SOLIDS ______________________8 parts per 10000000.46 grains per gallon.
Regular Trains Ronson for ,commencement.Colonial Drive. Miss 5.1312t'Umbrellas Kate Corner Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES ________________________________Trace t

One Block from Court HouseFURNISHED HARDNESS ____________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
Final Limit May 13th recovered and repaired The results' of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
t "while you wait," at Young's Repair ROOMS AND monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination. '
: VIA Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre BOARD
Rates by Day or Week. Summer of the body.
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Rates Now On. The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
t Atlantic Coast Line amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionally ,

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll MRS. J. H. McCAMY good quality.A .
very desirable feature of this spring o..cC is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Standard Railroad of the South work guaranteed and neatly 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
4 and our prices are the lowest. the body. Yours respectfully, I

This is the place to have your CLINT BASSPHONE (Signed) THOO ... D KER. I
old clothes made new. .

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit 375
9' dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit West Jefferson Street

,.I pressed _____4Qc. Successor Ito
All Palm Beaches------scrubbedand -- ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

DR. L H. RAMSDELl pressed --------____5Qc Band Wood CompanyWood
t i. Mohair suits pressed25c.. :LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE;
We do ladies' work also. Give of AII:Kinds ,

ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES us a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE \v. \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 .

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICES
Phone 613. .A:

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SAILINGSNew London, Eng.-Mrs. Rose Lohden I -
Mitylene, May 10.-Of the many The annual regatta of Rollins Col- Tenedos.-War is a good teacher of and her daughter, of Toronto, survivors I New York.-Manhattan has just

problems which beset Greece, that of lege was held on Lake Virginia Monday York, May 11.-No general geography.). The attack on the Darda- of the Lusitania disaster, tell I j opened the biggest office building in .

the refugees from Asia Minor and afternoon, when a good sized cancellation of the sailings of steamers nelles has brought into prominencethis I.a pathetic story concerning two Englishwomen I the world. The new Equitable build-
Thrace is not the least pressing. Altogether who were rescued by the ing will have a population of more
crowd witnessed the following events, or of passengers engaged from little island, whose existence was
are nearly 400,000 of I. boat in which the Lohdens left the than 15.000, but no city of that size
then of them quite exciting: New York to European ports has followed previously unknown to the millions.
these .. people in Greece many proving steamer. in the world can compare with this
and the formerly Turkish islands. Men's 50 yard swim. Prange, first! the sinking of the Lusitania,according 'The peaceful and uneventful life of its One woman had buried her baby at structure in wealth and importance.It .

Estimating the population of the Giddings, second; M. Froemke, third. to agents of steamship lines 3,000 inhabitants has been distracted. sea. The other with an infant held cost 29,000,000, of which $1V

.i country at 6,000,000, it will be seen Women's 30 yard swim. Miss Kim- here. They say, however, that there The sound of the guns, the upheavalof tightly to her breast, on being taken 000,000 is the value of the land.
that practically one person in fifteenis ball, first Miss Mansfield, second; the has been an increase of the popularity I a world war has come to their from the sea into the boat, looked fora I Standing just one block of Wall street
a refugee. These poor people are ; The doors. It has one dominating height moment at the child's face and then I on Broadway, it is chock full of the
of vessels flying neutral flags. ,
of all classes, and it is no uncommon other contestants not crossing the this little island of six by three miles said, "Let me bury my baby." at the ; leaders in American business and !
thing to see a child of gentle birth line.Women's fact that the American Line has Mount Elias-and to this height same time placing the body in the ; ntani-e. It was completed in less;
reduced to rags and the acceptance of canoe doubles, 150 yards. stopped booking third class passen- during the bombardments flocked all water. I than eleven months.
the casual charity available in a third Misses Clark and Freeman, first; Miss gers for the St. Louis, due to leave the Tenedoites to watch the epoch -- --- --- --- -- 1
rate cafe. Edwards and Mrs. Ferguson, second; here Saturday, was cited as an evi- making fight.
Practically more than any other Misses Betts and Guiteras, third. dence of this. I Before the Balkan wars the Moslem -
part of Greek territory this island Men's 100 yard swim. Prange, first; The agent of the French line said inhabitants were in the majority;
shows the sad effects of the advent of Giddings, second; Mansfield, third.. that the sinking of the Lusitania !with the advent of the Christian rule
these uninvited and, it must be ad- Men's canoe, singles, 150 yards. would not prevent them from sending of the Greeks most of them left ; llammond&Qore
welcome Sherman, first; Roberts, second; usual. At crossing to the shore
,mitted, scarcely guests. their steamers across as I opposite only
Still, they have to be fed, and Mity- Prange, third. the offices of the ScandinavianAmerican four miles away, where the half moon
lene does its best. Men's canoe, doubles, 220 :yards. and Holland-American lines it I os Islam still floats. A few still remain FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

t The present war has affected the Palmer and Giddings, first; Shermanand was stated that no sailings had been i forming a group apart, keeping
trade of the island considerably, and Shannon, second; Roberts and cancelled. I to themselves and avoiding their fellow REAL VALUES LOW PRICES :

with it the spending capacity of the Lewis, third. Agents of the White Star line said I Christian citizens. If you want
people, quite apart from the fact that Men's 220 yard swim. Prange, first; the Olympic would sail from New I to get them you must go to their spiritual COMPARE
the state funds find it difficult enoughto Giddings, second; Foley, third. York for Liverpool Friday, accordingto II chief, the MuffL
provide this surplus populationwith Mixed canoe doubles 220 yards. schedule. Forty cabin and three I On the day of the attempt to force OUR FURNITURE
their fixed allowance of eight Palmer and Duncan, first; Prange and hundred steerage passengers already the Narrows, March 18, all of them j I I

cents per head daily, with a certain Edwards, second; Sherman and Clark, are booked for that steamer.At I I climbed up to Mount Elias, but they \Ve provide the quality of furniture that has I long
reduction for each person in the case third. the offices of the Cunard line it ; kept apart from their fellow islanders been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the "
of a family. Men's Prange was said no instructions have been I II forming a group; to themselves standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
When it is remembered that owingto I and Martin, first; Huntzman and Hanna received from Liverpool regarding the i with the Mufti at their head, silently It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
heavy taxation this country 15 very I second. Failings of its steamers, and there I watching the drama of their country this point too clear-it is one ot' thefoundat on stonesof
'expensive to live in, it will be seen Men's gunwale, 150 yards. Prange, had been no cancellations.It II enacted before their eyes. this business, and that means much to any buyer.
that much indeed is left to private first; Marvin, second; Giddings, third. was estimated that two thousand No sound was uttered by them that
charity.In Diving, high, medium, and from three hundred and fifty passengersare i day; only on the intelligent face of
Mitylene alone the normal pop- springboard. Giddings, first; Prange, on board steamships from I the Mufti could one discern relief that I f McNffll! & DAVIS BLOCK,
ulation of 20,000 has been almost second; G. Froemke, third. can ports bound for Ameri-I I the day had not gone so well for the
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.
doubled by the arrival of these rag- will take them within range allies, that another respite had been
ged peasants, and there are about WAR'S EFFECT ON BRITISH man submarine activity. gained for the Empire of Islam. L J
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1ll .
70,000 more in the rest of the island RACING Tenedos, besides its normal popu- u--
the inhabitants of the whole of Lesbos LOTS IN ORANGE PARK ARE IN lation, supports 2,000 Greek refugees
numbering some 140,000 in ordinary London. The Ascot race meeting, DEMANDThe from the opposite shores, persecutedand
times. which hitherto has been one of the expelled from their homes. These
chief events of the social season, is to Walter Rose Real Estate also flocked to Mount Elias on March
, MARRIED MEN SHOULD REMAINAT be shorn of all its social glory this Agency reports real estate on the 18. Many of them were from Chanak
year and will be held merely to meet move. Within the past several days and the villages in the Straits. They
HOMELondon the necessities of the breeding of Mr. Rose has disposed of seven lots were watching their hearts and White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
blood stock. The Royal Hunt Cup, in Orange Park to the following par- homes shelled by the fleet, but they secticide. For Red Spider. Haute Mite and all other Mites
May .-Quite an outcryis the classic event of the meeting, will ties: Basil Lones, of Philadelphia, cared little whether their belongingswere infesting citrus. trees spray with the Soluble Sulphur
being raised because married men i be missing from this year's card, and two lots. Mr. Lones has spent the set on fire, hatred against their Compound.
are being taken for the army while : the king has expressed a desire that winter in Orlando and was so impressed oppressors who drove them from their j These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings

there are still lots of lusty young un- !i the racing shall commence in the with it here that he decided homes being uppermost in thought. j absolutely
married men who have not enlisted. | morning of each day and finish before I Ito invest in Orlando.real estate. He .
Circulars were sent around some time 1 I lunch. will build this fall. Messrs. L. A. andD. STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONIN Nothing better, nothing more effective and nothing
ago in which married men were askedto I' For the Chester race meeting, which L. Hawley, of the Hawley Cigar I.I SESSION AT DE LAND cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
state that although feeling unableto :i commences next Tuesday, the committee Factory of this city, bought one lot you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
enlist immediately they were will- !! has given over the county stand each. They intend to build a modern I I The State Medical Association is I
ing to serve if called upon. Many for the entire use of the soldiers who bungalow in the near future. Mr. J. in session in DeLand this week and
1. SCHNARR I CO. Manufacturers
signed. Now they are being asked to are at present quartered at the D. Martin, of Lake Mary, purchased Orlando is represented by the follow- I
carry out their pledge. The mobiliza- course. three lots and as soon as he can dispose ing medicos: Dr. C. D. Christ, Dr. ,
tion of marired men comes as a sur- I of his holdings in that city will J. McEwan, Dr. Geo. II. Edwards Orlando
prise to those who signed the circu- Chickens that come home to roost I,begin the erection of a handsome Dr. Cassius Boone, and Dr. Sylvan 1_ Florida. _
lars. have more sense than some men. home. I McElroy.




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+ Price 7500000. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.
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14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage 3000.
Price 15000.00; make us an offer of Florida property.

Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatic-
Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for 36000.00 per year.

ally. Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3% inches. Price 200000.00; 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

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property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00.Iortgage:
7000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

Four Story Brick and Stone Building! in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats,
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a tone of distinction to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apop-

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Any ladies' hat in the house for 50
cents, at Boardman's Sale. 5-12&14 STATEMENTOF
Mr. Ed. Murray is spending todayin
Fort Meade looking after business
matters. THE

Mrs. W. T. Jamieson left yesterday
for Jacksonville where she will visit Peoples National Bank ..
relatives and friends.

Curtain goods, all kinds, at half
price, at Boardman's Sale. 5-12&14 At the close of business May 1, 1915 .
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Mr. N.1.. Cogswell, one of the
well known citizens of the Clarcona
The State Bank of Orlando section, was a business transactor to
the county seat yesterday. RESOURCESLoans
Wanted, at once, small car in exchange -
and Discounts_____________________$406,153.07:
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 for good real estate at Pine
Castle, Fla. Pine Castle Realty Co., Overdrafts _____________________________ 13.73

RESOURCESLoans Pine Castle, Fla. 5-14-2t Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________518044.76 All laces at half price at Board S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00

Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37 man's Sale. 5-12&14:: Other Bonds ___________________________ 13,556.06
Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 Mrs. R. D. Waring and children left Real Estate etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
for White
: Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 yesterday will life for Springs the where Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,342
they enjoy nest two
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18LIABILITIES
Mr. Jas. II. Sadler, one of the well $971,272.21 .

1095178.62 known and prosperous citizens of
Oakland, was a business visitor to Or- LIABILITIESCapital
lando yesterday. )
Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 _________________________________$ 50,000.00
Table linens at half Board
Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22 man's Sale. price at 5-12&14 Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00
Bills Payable ___________________________ None Mrs. Root and arrivedin
Harry _
baby Undivided Profits ______________ 9,529.01
Rediscounts ____________________________ None Orlando yesterday afternoon --------
on a Dividends Unpaid _______________________ 8.00
visit to her mother, Mrs. D. C.Thompson
Deposits 1,001,705.40 Reserved for Taxes ___ __ _____________ 610.25
on Lucerne Circle.
Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00
Mrs. V. H. Green and her friend,
$1,095,178.62 Miss Janie Bond, who has been visiting Deposits i ___________--------------_______877,595.13:
in Orlando, left yesterday after-
noon for Fitzgerald, Ga. $971,272.24

All kinds of dress ginghams at Sc.
a yard now, including Toille du Xords, GROWTHMay
Amoskeags, and Red Seals, at Board-
man's Sale.
5-12&14 1, 1912 ____________$ 87,658.90
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Lewis and fam-
ily are spending several days in Tam- May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84

S. pa this week, taking in the sights of May 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80

the metropolis of South Florida. May 1, 1915_____________ 877,593.00
Wanted, at once, small car in ex-
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change for good real estate at Pine

I Castle, Fla. Pine Castle Realty Co., 1V
Pine Castle, Fla. 5-14-2t

Messrs. J. W. F. Bray, John Cooperand
Gus Hall, of Winter Garden, were

among the business transactors visiting . ... .. . . . . . ... ... .... . .. .... ..... ifi...
Orlando yesterday.Two .

counters of shoes, values up toG i..t.
$ on one counter, now selling for : V
S2 for choice; also one counter sellingat
;- $1 a pair, at Boardman's Sale. '
I :Miss Ada Watson, formerly cashier
at Hutchinson's drug store, has beenin MAXWELL MOTOR CARS
Tampa several days renewing ac-
quaintances. She is now residing in
au a rj1
Orlando.Tampa Tribune.Mr. .

and Mrs. Thos. A. Harsh are Fully Equipped $750.00A
+ now numbered in the list of those who
r Ya I
departed recently for their homes in
1 1inrr.vA'Aghrnrr.w.MIMM
{ 1 the North. They started Wednesdayfor
A9Aw 11. II 11'11/r.E 0
Quincy, Illinois.Mr. good Car backed up by a

and Mrs. L. McAvoy left Orlando .
last night over the Atlantic good Company
: LIVE ON THE PORCH Coast Line for Cincinnati, stopping at

Birmingham and other points en route

THIS SUMMERDon't north.
Mr. J. C. Palmer, one of the leading -
citizens of Windermerc accompanied -

Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem- by his wife and their daughter, Sold
Mrs. Luff, spent yesterday in Orlando By
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be
mingling business with pleasure.Mr. .
converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. '
Chas. II. Brown, of Philadelphia San Juan
Here are a few of many specially made pieces for Pa., a prominent broker of the Garage Company

your porch. Quaker City, was among the visitors
spending yesterday in Orlando, leaving -
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex
Rugs last evening over the Atlantic
Haltex Fibre Furniture Maple Chairs and Rockers Coast Line for Tampa.Mrs. .

Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings Linnick's division of the Bap-

Hammocks tist Ladies' Aid Society will sell hOP'le .1..II. ..'. . . . .. . . .. . '.

cooking and candy Saturday, May 1". -
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Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline
afternoon and evening', at Caruthers -
E" \"es. Select yours to day. & Gore's store. Come to see us before -

1 baking for Sunday. 5-14-2 Bank Organized April 16th, 1906
Mr. W. E. Boddie left yesterday
OSCAR HAND & SON morning over the Atlantic Coast Line STATEMENT OF

l for Fellsmere, on the East Coast,
It where he will be engaged for some
time looking after the tomato ship-
ri i- ments from that section.Mr. .

,> and Mrs. S. R. Willis and two the close of business May 1, 1915

.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.., children] of Orlando, are guests this
I Condensed From to The
week of Mr. Willis' Report Comptroller
sister, Mrs.\ C. L. .
i Branch, called here by the death of'' RESOURCES LIABILITIES

GIFTS FOR GRADUATES :Mrs. C. E. Willis.-Wimauma item in Loans and Discounts _______________$331,830.20 Capitol Stock __________________$100,000.00
Tampa Overdrafts _______________________ 920.54 Surplus and Undivided Profits __w__ 34,385.80
Mr. and :Mrs. II. E. Crane and son, Stocks and Bonds ________________ 24,668.33 Dividends Unpaid __________ 12.00
Adolph, left yesterday over the At- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures__ 42167.86 Bills Payable ______________ None
Whether It Is Brooch lantic Coast Line for Richmond."a.., Cash on hand and due from other banks 340,701.83 Re-Discounts _____________________ None t
BarfcPin, where they will make a short visit I DEPOSITS _____________________ 655,215.09Due
and then continue their journey to to Banks __________________ 67.00I ;
Pendantor Atlantic City, X. J., where they con- I

template spending the summer. $790,283.85 $790,288.85

Mr. C. L. Knapp, wife and little
other piece of jewelry you want, you can get the best Reserve carried by the Bank ______$340.701.83
value for daughter, Ethel, are pleasantly located I Deposits, May 1, 1913_____,$633,215.09
your money by coming to us. Reserve required by Law 131,0' .00
at Oak Lodge for the summer. Deposits, May 5, 1913: _____ 691,630.83: ;
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine :Mr.: Knapp represents the American :I
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof Paint Works of New Orleans, '! Reserve in excess of amount required
merit. We excel coming by Law _.i_____________________$209,658.83 Increase in four days ______$ 36,433.76:
in this line here from
yet our prices are exceedingly Jacksonville, and is well \J
low. We also offer ;you choice selections and known in this part of the state. The officers and directors of The Orlando B ank and Trust Co., desires to call the attentionof

the best service. Mr. E. C. Hoskins, general managerof 'I' its patrons and the citizens of Orlando to the above strong and healthy statement. The man-
of the Bank feels that this showing re fleets the sane and progressive methods employedin
We the Growers' and
are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it Shippers' League,
this financial institution. They endeavor to pu rsue a progressive policy, to be liberal in its treat-
-the kind of '
quality that guarantees satisfaction to the was a passenger on the Atlantic Coast
wearer. Line yesterday afternoon en route to ment of its patrons and to adhere to the legitima te lines of banking. Accounts of all who desire ,
Jacksonville and Atlantahere heroes the services of well equipped and safely conduct ed bank are cordially invited.

to consult with

officials: and in Mrs.behalf W.of S.the Dyer league.Mr. and. Mr. ] Orlan Bank & Trll t C m an

T. 11. EVANS and Mrs. C. T. Ross compose a party
which left Orlando last night for their
homes in the North. They have been
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00
the :
spending winter and spring sea-
JEWELER son in Florida and dropped off in this '! Total Resources Over Three-Quarters of a Million

city to inspect it with the view of ,

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