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 27, 1915
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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).
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Rumors of Naval Tremendous Battle Being and Gigantic SENATE i $$12,000,000 s I Is I I TOO SEVERE YESTERDAYTO ORLANDO

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ACCORDING TO AN ANNOUNCEMENT Ono of Commissioners of Uniformity Been Reached Between Attack on U. S. Steamer Brings War Dept. Will Consider Plan Will Mean That Immense Number

OF TilE ADMIRALTY TO- Which Will Not Affect Will Flock to Orlandofor
NIGHT. of Legislationfor Packers and Representatives Out Three Drastic Regulations -

the State of of Great Discussed in Note Present Lake Next Year's

The Triumph was of 18,000 tons FloridaBy Britain to Germany LevelA Meeting

displacement; 25; draught feet; 12,500.
indicated horse power; keel was laid C. F. Johnson Washington May 26.-After a num- Washington May 26.-The last act public hearing was held yesterday At Xewport News Va., yesterday it

in 1902, and was completed in 1904; The Sentinel Bureau, ber of conferences with the British of Great Britain in her supplemental afternoon at the Tildenville schoolhouse was voted unanimously that the 1916

cost $4,227,395; had 4 10-in., 14 7.5-in., Tallahassee, Fla., May 26. ambassador, Sir Richard Crawford order in council, which practically un- Tildenville for the purpose of general assembly of the Presbyterian

14 14-pounders, 2 12-pounders, 8 6- I The teachers' examination bill, pro- : the commercial adviser of the em- dertakes to regulate the routes to be considering the effect of the proposed church in the United States be held
pounders 2 torpedo tybes; carried 900 viding for a state board of examinersand bassy, and officials of the state department traversed by American and other neu-
operations of an application of the in Orlando. The meeting was secured
... crew and had 19 knots speed per recognizing teachers' certificates an announcement was made tral vessels on the high seas, has
hour. from other states without requiringnew today by representatives of Chicago forced the United States to challengeher Zellwood Florida Farms company for for Orlando by the Rev. Jno. W.

The Lion, Irresistible and Ocean examinations, passed the senate packers that "satisfactory arrange- right to make such regulations.!; permission to construct drainage canals -' Stagg, pastor of the Orlando Presbyterian -

have now been sunk in the Darda today, and placed Florida schools in ments" with the British government: The state department was startled connecting Lakes Eustis and church.Dr. .
nelles. a position to secure the needed addi- regarding its treatment of meat car- and chagrined a week ago to be informed Dora, and Lakes Dora and Apopka Stagg is one of the pioneer
tional teachers that have not been goes had been "practically completed that the British admiralty had and to lower the level of Lake Apopka. ministers of the assembly and enjoy

PARIS, MAY 26. THERE ARE available because!; of the peculiar examination :' undertaken to tell American ship- The hearing was before MajorW. a very large acquaintance among both

RUMORS HERE THAT A TREMENDOUS laws heretofore in force. Chicago packers several days ago masters and others that they could B. Ladue, corps of engineers;: of the ministers and lay members.
NAVAL BATTLE HAS BEEN Senator Brown who introduced the protested to the state department approach the Scandinavian countries the U. S. war department. The at- He went to Xewport News as a

FOUGHT IN THE ADRIATIC SEA. measure had been urged by promi- against the detention of meat cargoes northward through the English channel tendance was large and the school regular commissioner from this presbytery -

AX ITALIAN CRUISER IS SAID nent teachers from every section to by the British government. only on permission through their house proved inadequate to hold the and was armed with' !

TO HAVE TORPEDOED AND SUNK push the passage of the measure. About thirty ships so far have been !foreign representatives.MORE throng.The hundred Orlando booklets and printed
Louis C. Massey Honored for the slips showing the entire floor plan of
TWO AUSTRIAN CRUISERS. detained.It DRASTIC THAN THIS meeting,: was solely pur-
HEAVY CANNONADING IS OC- The senate has confirmed the following is understood the packers have I pose of considering:: the effect of the the Orlando church, thereby assuring
CURRING OFF ANCONA, ACCORDING appointments of Governor about completed arrangements by II WAS THE PRACTICAL ULTIMATUM proposed operations of the company the members of the assembly that Wt'

TO REPORTS. Trammell: Louis C. Massey, of Or- which the English government will THAT IF VESSELS COULD upon the navigable capacity of the have' ample room to take care of

lando; William A. Blount, of Pensa- pay for the detained cargoes at the NOT GET SUCH PERMISSION waters affected, or any changes: that them and one of the prettiest citiesof

Rome May 25, via Paris May 26. cola; and Robert E. Davis of Gainesville American price without the formalityand THEY MUST TAKE THE SOUTH might be required to avoid injury to the entire South in which to enter-

Occupation of Austrian territory all to be commissioners of uniformity delay of prize court proceedings ROUTE SAILING WEST OF IRELAND the navigable capacity of these wa- tain them. %
along the frontier from Lombardy to of legislation for the state of Flor- and in return the packers will cut THEN UP THE SCOTTISH ters. The meeting of the assembly in Or-

the Adriatic is claimed in an official ida.W. down their shipments to Scandinavian COAST AXD NOT APPROACH Major Ladue did not give out any lando will be the most far reaching;: in
statement issued tonight by the war Hunt Harris of Key West, to be countries. THE SHETLAND ISLANDS BY statement as to the nature of the report its influence of any meeting that has
office. judge of the criminal court of record he would make to the war department ever been held here because it will
Italian troops have seized various for Monroe county. BASEBALL RESULTS These three regulations involve following the hearing yes bring delegates not from Florida
towns in the Trentino and forced their John W. Hinds, of Key West to be questions which have been discussedin terday. He gave the property own- alone, but from the entire South.
way through mountain defiles, says harbor master for the port of Key National ers on the east and south sides of the These delegates are selected from
LeagueNone ;: the American note to Germany and
the statement. On the lower Isonzo West.J. played, all wet grounds, rain. which comes out sharply in the inci- I lakes named ten days in which to file among the foremost citizens in the
Roland Adams, of Key West, to communities in which they reside and
attacks were continued to gain the American League dent of the Nebraska which was reported additional information facts and sta-
line of the river. The Austrians are be commissioner of pilotage for the Detroit 10, Washington 5. to the state department today. tistics intended to have special weightin much of the best possible publicity
port of Key West.II. final determination of the will result from the meeting.
reported to have retired destroying Chicago 7, New York 6. The regulations on their face place a case.
bridges behind them. C. Clopton, of Pensacola, to be a St. Louis-Boston rain.ClevelandPhiladelphia. unwarranted restriction, officials Major: Ladue has already made a The general assembly of the Presbyterian -
member of the board of commis- church in the United States,
Italian aviators bombarded Monfal- rain. think on the rights of neutrals to the I preliminary report that the war department -
cone, near the Gulf of Trieste. sioners for the port of Pensacola. Federal League / use of the sea. would not consider or grant! commonly known as "The Southem

Everywhere on the OffensiveThe : Farm Products Exempt From Pittsburgh 3, Brooklyn 6. The United open States does not admit the application of the Zellwood Flor- Assembly" is composed of about thirtyfivehundred -

communication follows: I TaxationAll South Atlantic League the right of Germany to stop or regu- ida Farms company. However, he reported churches located in sill
farm products will hereafter be the Southern States and extending into -
the 24th our that the
"Everywhere, on Savannah 2, Jacksonville 0. late American traffic in the English war department would
troops took the offensive, occupying exempt from any form of license tax Augusta,: 5, Albany 2. channel. consider other plans if it could be Texas and Missouri There a.e!

Forcella, Montezzo, Tonale and Ponte in this state. The senate passed Rep- Charleston 5, Macon 5; 10 innings Now the British government in ad- shown that the drainage;: were possi- about two thousand ministers in the
Caffaro in Val' Guidicaria, the terri- resentative Gray's bill providing such darkness. dition assumes to dictate a course for ble without lowering the present level assembly and a membership of about
north of Aerrara and Monte- exemption today. three hundred thousand.
tory of the lakes affected.
Columbia 1 Columbus 0. neutrals
on the high: seas to follow
Primary Grades Will Be Alco- The assembly is divided into fifteen
baldo. Taught Southern League which leads around Ireland and the Delegations from Oakland, Tilden-
"They also occupied Monte Reorno hol Evil New Orleans 5, Nashville 1. remote islands of Scotland. rule, :Mount-Verde and other commu- synods,. and synods are made up d

and Monte Foppa, on the slopes northof The evils of using alcoholic bever- Little Rock 12, Mobile 2. Officials say that no action will be nities were present, a special train representatives of about ninety pres-
Lessini; Monte Pasubia and Monte ages will be taught in the primary Atlanta 5, Chattanooga taken immediately as the note to Am- l.eing necessary to accommodate the Lyteries. The home and foreign mis-

Baffelan at the extremity of the grades in Florida public schools when Memphis 8, Birmingham;: 4. bassador Page on the subject merely crowd. Major Ladue will spend today sion work of the church extends jot i
Agno and Leogang valleys, and the I I the governor affixes his signature to asks him to get an "explanation"from in traversing the lake region;: and Africa north and south Brazil, China,

defiles of Val Brenta. We took a I the Sharon house bill passed in the STEAMER COLLIDES BADLY the British government. seeking additional information.The Japan, Korea, :Mexico and Cuba.

number of prisoners."In senate today. DAMAGED! London," May 2fi./ -The government case is one of intense inter- The meeting of the assembly calls
all the Kissimmee BulkheadA in that together about three or four hundred
Cadore we occupied to has appointed a central control boardto est to property owners sec-

frontier defiles. local bill authorizing the city of New York, May 26.-The steamer deal with the drink problem in tion of Orange;: county. The value of people, which includes not only the
"The enemy's medium caliber artil- Kissimmee to bulkhead more than a the land affected on the east and regular commissioners from each
Ryndam, of the Holland-America areas devoted to the production of
lery opened fire on the bay of Misi- mile of lake front on Lake Tohopekaliga I south sides of the lakes is $2,190,160, presbytery but also the entire list of
Line bound from New York to Rotterdam war munitions, in military camps or
trina but without results. and fill in and reclaim such landsas aboard and by drainage canals the land on officials and many of the alternates.The .
with passengers and freight, transports.
are within the limits of said city collided early today with the freight London, May 26.The American the other sides would very likely reachan Southern assembly was organ
British Smashing Forward was introduced today by Representative enormous figure, making that section ized in 1801 and came as the result of
II steamer Joseph J. Cuneo off Nantucket steamer Xebraskan, Captain Greene
London May 26.-The British are Bryan. The plans of the city are Island. from Lh"erpoola\ 24, for Delaware one of the richest in the world. a difference of opinions held by pres-
forward with understood to call for The byterians in the South and those of
smashing grim persistence a boulevard all l Breakwater property owners on the south
Wireless messages received here was torpedoed yesterdayby
and have pierced the German along the lake front. Abutting prop- submarine at miles and east are represented by Davis & the Xorth. The first meeting was i
said the Ryndam had transferred her a a point forty
0 lines east of Festubert on a front oft erty owners will be assessed!; the costs passengers and part of her crew to west-southwest of Fastnet, off the Giles, W. L. Tilden. and Judge ..I1.. I in Augusta, Ga., and Rev. BenjaminM.
more than three miles. of such work and long time lien notes south coast of Ireland. Cheney. Counsel for the Zellwood I Palmer, D. D., of Xew Orleans
the Cuneo but that both vessels were I
PIn close relation to this gain the used to finance the project. Florida Farms company is A. B. Hart- I was the first moderator. In the membership -
The calm the
.. badly damaged. sea was at time. The I
French, north of Arras, have made I I crew at once took to the boats and corn, of New York C. B. Robinson, of of the Southern church is in-

good all gains which they registered QUAKERS SEEK TO BE EXEMPT I!stood by the steamer. It was soon ascertained Orlando. The chief engineer is J. D. I eluded some of the most scholarly and ..
Tuesday, repulsing repeated German FROM U. S. MILITARYSERVICE AMBASSADORS FROM that the Nebraskan was not Wright. I eloquent. ministers in the Unitedi
counter attacks in the vicinity of I ITALY ARRIVE AT ZURICH, seriously damaged. She had been i i States, also some of the wealthiest .

Angres, which wer delivered with violence SWITZERLANDZurich struck forward and her foreholdswere ITEMS FROM TAFT #i[and most influential business and professional -

and desperation. I New York.-An appeal to exempt full of water. I| men of the (;ountry.'j
'via Paris.-The
Duke of '
:Quakers from military service was The crew returned on board andgot Taft, Fla, May 20.-:Mr. Geo. B. I "
German Offensive Is ViolentIn Avarna, Italian ambassador at Vienna !1 EXPECT EXODUS o A fr."nu ANS i iI
I forwarded to the state constitutional I II the vessel!; under way. No lives Berry has moved into town from Or-
the meanwhile fresh stores of I convention today by the Hicksite : ; Baron Buelow von Macchio\ and Prince were lost among the crew. The Nebraskan lando and will occupy the Dr. Filbert FROM ITALY VERY SOON '1
von Austrian and German 1 ___
ammunition apparently have been branch of the building on Palm avenue.'
: Religious Society of I ambassadors did not carry any passen- i i
brought up and Gen. Von Mackensen's I Friends, convening here. It was stated to Italy, together with The Ladies' Aid Society held an ice Washington, May 26.-Although the
1_ Austro-German legions have resumeda I that the orthodox branch of the society the staff of the Bavarian legation at gers.The foregoing information was received I cream and cake sale last Saturday effect of Italy's entrance into the war jon
all arrived here this .
violent offensive in the region of I would consider similar action in Rome afternoon.TO I today by the British admiralty I which was well patronized, realizing a the American citizens in that coun-

Przemysl, imperilling that fortress by the state assembly at Glens Falls to- in London, and it was at once com- 1 nice sum. try has not yet become apparent in 1
their new drive. SPEND SUMMER IN X. Y. I the state department's activities offi-
day. municated to the American embassy. Rev. R. J. Brewer comes to town J i
Vienna tonight;: reported that 25,000 Mrs. Henry Benedict left last even- Immediately she was struck the Nebraskan now driving a new horse; in place pf cials expect there will be a consider ;
Russians had been taken prisoners in EXECUTION DATE SET ing for Xew York, where she will began calling for help by one that died a short time ago.- We able exodus of Americans in this con I

the vicinity of Przemysl, together;: !spend; the summer. wireless. Browhead received the wish him better luck with this one. nection, which a rush of work may I

with 34 light gun:, ten cannons of Albany, N. Y., May 26.The court wireless communication at 9 a. m. Curbing for the brick road is being develop."Fineview". I!

heavy' calibre and 64 machine g ns. of appeals today fixed the week be- Columbia records of the world's )"esterdafrom Crookhaven. laid through town and the brick layers -

ginning July 12 for the execution of greatest musicians. Prices ranging The Xebraskan, Captain Greene is I are nearly here. At the presentrate on Lake Tanner, was in 1
TilE WEATHER former Police Lieutenant Charles from 65 cents to $7.50. Get the latest I owned by the American-Hawaiian they will be south of us in a town Monday greeting,: friends and -:

Florida: Partly cloud v Thursday. I Eecker. convicted of the murdsr of atalogue.! Curtis & O'Neal, book Steamship company of New York,(week or two. transacting business::; he boarced the
thunder showers. i A. C.: L. train for Oiun-ir!
Friuaj Herman Rosenthal. store. and is of 2,824 tons net register. Al. Ellison, the genial proprietor of

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ucation is a torture to the childrenand NOTES FROM WINDERMERE MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA -

LETTER TO THE SENTINEl. to all within hearing of the crip- PATS CLAIMW. I
pled pianos-they all rob us of whatis e
Windermere, Fla., May .-Mr.
ours, our rest, our physical A. Slauter, member of Orlando
FROM STATE BOARDOF Fox, of Shingle Creek, visited Mr. W. THESE
welfare. Camp No. 16074, died at Fountain I
"This is a free country," is the defense G. Henschen last week. City, Tenn., April 11. He had only i
HEALTH "wherein every man has the Miss Ruby Williamson, of Miams- been a member fourteen months, having -
i right to do sa he pleases with his burg, Ohio, is the guest of Miss Ruth paid out a total of $27.55. which HOT DAYS
own." Yes, perhaps a legal right to Pansing.Mr. included his initiation, examination, ,t
and Mrs. A. H. Stafford
Noise and Health make a nuisance of himself in a good I enter- and local camp fees. J. M. Brady,
tained for Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams
There's a distinction between noise many ways, but not the moral right. clerk of the local camp, turned over
and noises. He may defend himself on the groundof Wednesday.. one thousand dollars, being the full PHONEUs .
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Lawrence
I of
Noise very often means nuisance, forgetfulness or carelessness, but amount of his certificate, to Mrs. W.
whether it be a human annoyance or these are only a form of selfishness. Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and A. Slauter, wife and beneficiary, on
:Mrs. Wm. G. Geier. Dr. Lawrence
one of mere sound that may be abated No desirable citizen is selfish. He regards is Monday night, May 24. Neighbor
by brute strength or by ignoring it. the welfare of hsi neighbors, looking 'over the field here with the Slauter was well known in Orlando, to send you a dozen bottles Ice Cold
By the plural of the word is meant even to the point of sacrificing his idea of locating in Windermere permanently having been engaged in the plumb-
here the aggregate of sounds, more own convenience. He would not hes- i next winter. ing business here for several months. I IRACKARDoS
Mr. and Mrs. H.
H. Williams
returned -,
or less unnecessary, that make life itate to forego his own pleasure
in a city a constant and a more or less the sake of a sick neighbor. Why to their home in Wauseon I Sill VAR
unrealized' tax on the average nervous should he not regard the welfare of Ohio, last Tuesday. They were accompanied PRESSING CLUB
his neighbor who is in health'? as far as Orlando by Mr.
and that results in a quicker
system and Mrs. J. C. Palmer.A Located in the Arcade Building
wearing out of the human machine. I merry party consisting of Miss All work guaranteed and neat-
of conditions force MUELLER IS SENT SOUTH Ginger Ale
Two sets on us
Marian Jones, Miss lone Neal, Miss ly done Our work is the best
a realization of the noises of a city.
Julia Yates, Messrs. Fitzhugh Dade, and our prices are the lowest. r
One is the first arrival in a big city Seattle, Wash.-Dr. Wilhelm Muel-
Milburn Phillips, M. T. Branham, and This is the place to have your
from the quieter surroundings of ler, German consul here for the last Nick Arrington, chaperoned by Miss old clothes made new. "

country life. The other is when ex- three months, has been transferred to Zillah Shepherd, of Orlando, came out Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. 51,25 Per Dozen

hausting sickness has reduced the re- Atlanta, and will leave for the new to Rossmore Inn last Sunday and enjoyed I Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
and emphasizes the det-
sisting power a launch ride Lake Butler.Mr. pressed _____40c. 1
rimental effect of sudden and start- post in a few days. He will be suc- on --------
and Mrs. J. C. Palmer enter- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
ling sounds on the condition of the ceeded at Seattle by Dr. E. Zopfell,
tained most delightfully for Dr. and pressed -------_____50c
patient.A now German consul at Atlanta.Dr. Mrs. E. Lawrence last Sunday Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
further analysis of the noises :Mueller, who was consul at Shi- StoreJ.
We do ladies'
; evening.A work also. Giveus City Drug
that make the rumble of the busy monoseki, Japan, until the war began, jolly picnic party consistnig of a trial and be convinced.

-. city, shows that many, perhaps most, attracted notice soon after coming to Miss Pansing, Miss Williamson, and Clothes called for and delh.ered.Phone ,
of them are unnecessary to the extent Seattle because of a clash with Pros-
Messrs. Vaughn and Palmer, chape- I L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
that they might be prevented. Mostof ecuting Attorney Alfred Lundin over
roned by Miss Elizabeth Palmer
them are not accidents. They are German treaty rights. Dr. Muellerwas I 613.
down the lakes through the channels I i
i avoidable. technically arrested on a state i
last Sunday. I Get the news in the Sentinel first.
Physicians and scientists have left warrant charging conspiracy to bribean

no doubt that excessive noise has a employe of a shipbuilding com-
; distinctly harmful effect on the human pany to disclose the company's busi-

f system, which each individual ness secrets in an effort to learn

t resists in proportion to his physical whether the company was building
f power of resistance. He is the ex- submarines for Canada.
& ception who is not injured by it soon- I The consul protested that he was EXCEPTIONAL OFFER CAREY HANDFUNERAL

er or later. immune from arrest under the treaty
The bells, the few that are 'left to between the United States and Ger-

i call us to church, are unnecessary; many. He complained to the state department DIRECTOR
they are more a recognition of a sentiment through the German em-

r than a tribute to utility. No bassy at Washington, and subsequently Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne AND EMBALMER\ .
1 bells are sounded to call us to the the charge was dismissed. on

f theatre or to catch railroad trains, ort
to keep a dinner engagement, or one TEUTON DIPLOMATS LEAVE with plenty of Foliageand I

g with the dressmaker or the tailor. ROME FOR BERLIN AND All calls answered Promptly Day
t Hardly more necessary are the bells VIENNA Trees.
on which the hours are sounded in i or Night. Hand Block.

r sleeple clocks, yet they are in part Rome, via Paris, May 25.Baronvon .

f justified by practical utility and by Macchio, foreign minister to Italy, Price $2000.00 Orlando Florida.PHONE
t the fact that their noise is not inces- and Prince von Scienburg-Harten- .

sant. stein, ambassador to the Vatican,with
The city that permits the blowingof 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
r their staffs, left for Vienna aboard a
locomotive whistles within its limits
I:special train at 8 o'clock tonight.
E is behind the times. The city of They wer accompanied to the railroad C. A. HOVEY
" Chicago some years ago declared
station by Count Vienza, Spanish ambassador -
against this nuisance and demanded to the Vatican. There wasa

(t the abolishing of grade crossings, just large crowd at the station, but no J
r as any other city has the right to de- demonstration.Prince Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

mand. von Buelow, the German am- I
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t car bells as a sort of command to the German minister to the Vatican.

.. "fet out of the way" is an infringe- and their staffs, left for Berlin at 9:30 ,

ment on the rights of the citizen. By o'clock. They were followed fifteen I ColOllial l ] Hill

t their constant and excessive ringing minutes later by the Bavarian minis PUl-e Ice ream

f they lose the effect for which they ters to the Quirinal, to the Vatican,
t are intended. and their staffs.GERIAXY .

i The increasing complexities of mod- .
ern living have added to the 'list of TAKES OVER BRIT I
abatable noises. The automobile is ISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO You hear about Colonial When you want PURE ICE For Party

responsible for some of these, with COMPANY Hills. CREAM call for HAND'S. If

its disagreeable and excessive honk- you don't believe that we take Club .
ing and the violence of its unmuffled Amsterdam, via London.-All prop- You read about Colo- the
I greatest care in its
! exhaust. Too often public sentimentis erty of the British-American Tobacco nial Hills. facture come and watch manu'Ve us make our Ice Cream from Church SocialSchool
indifferent to the cutting out of the company in Germany has been placed I up tubercular tested cows. All

muffler in violation of city ordinance, under German supervision, accordingto You talk about Colonial make it. You will be surprised cans, moulds and everything Social
and the selfish driver in the residence the Berlin correspondent of the Hills. il at the care every detail is given.

sections, away from direct police observation -, Telegraff. used in the manufacture of our Lodge .
Any kind you want, any time
presuming on this, takesall Sooner or later you Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
II want it. In quantity
you any
I of helpless kinds of citizens.liberties with the rights British-American James B. Duke is Tobacco president of the, will buy in Colonial from a quart up. ized. PicnicOrder
company '
. A number of the smaller cities of the capital of which is $55,000,000. Hills. Why not NOW! You are cordially invited to
Florida make the occurrence of a fire One of the principal German subsidia- at Hands Pure
It: will give satis- inspect our factory any
- a gala occasion, calling from their ries of the company at Dresden was you time.
Ice Cream
deepest slumbers at night every man, sold in November to Germans with faction and profit.
woman and child outside the ceme- ;'the consent of the British Board of
tery, by siren whistles or other con- I Trade. r
trivances that make their victims hate :

the inventor with a righteous hatred.It The Daytona Beach Hotel, under CARL DANNChicken HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
is entirely unnecessary. the new ownership and management,
There are motorcycles and street offers special summer rates. Hotel

fruit vendors; there are the newsboys refurnished and redecorated throughout. -

_ who drive away slumber in the earliest I Sea foods a specialty. W. F. & supper, Baptist L. A. S., PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
t daylight hours; there are the E. R. Ayres, Daytona Beach, Fla. Saturday night, 25 cents, Pine street,
t neighbor's children whose musical ed- 5-26-2tw-wktf. opposite P. O. 5-26-4tc

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The opportunity of the year. Every one remembers the great sale we gave last May, in which

everyone said they never had bought goods so cheap before. WELL, THIS JUNE SALE will be as goodor t

better than last year and that is saying a lot. We have over $100,000 worth of stock on hand now of the it

very best new goods of this season, which we have to move out and move now. The Big Store must tt

turn its stock every season and while we have had a good season, we still have lots too much on hand

II now. To do the business we do our assortment has to be big and we naturally have to have a lot left, so

we are going to give them to the people at UNHEARD-OF PRICES.OUR I


i' prettiest line of Silks, Woolens, Dress Fabrics of all showing all the new things Waists, Skirts, Dresses, styles and models in the famous Modart Front Lace: L.a-
kinds, Laces Embroidery, Ribbon, Hosiery, Gloves, Table
Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and the H.V.
Suits, Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits, :
Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Waists .
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears.

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the greatest assort- OUR MILLINEY DEPARTMENT: has just receiveda OUR THIRD FLOOR is a store house of things that
ment of foot wear for Men, Women and Children in Head-
South Florida. great assortment of big bargains in the newest delight the heart of the lady of the house, for she can get
wear of the season. everything to furnish and beautify her home from the
marvel of completeness for Men's Wear, Hats, Shirts, OUR ART DEPARTMENT: is well stocked in all of kitchen to the parlor. Every kind of Furniture, Stoves
Collars, Ties, Uuderwear, The Famous KuppenheimerLine i the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use. and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains Dra-
of in Woolens, Palm
Clothing Beaches and Mohair
Trunks, Chinaware, Glassware,
Suits. In fact,everything for to peries Bags and every-
a man wear. OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to
thing else you can think of in large variety. This entire
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT: has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
things to eat and so much fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Rompers. Blouses, Hats and Array of choice merchandise is offered you now at savings -
had at other places. Underwear as we have in this Department. that are wonderful.


CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
high sheen, 06 inches wide, all the new
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________SI.19 ONE LOT SILKS, consits of Iesseline, Foul-
POPLINS, full wide wide in black and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price -__________S9c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to 81.50. Special to clean up in our June up
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale __________________-
saw for the money, yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________S1.3S
finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price ___$1.00 I 'Ij
------ CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially pricedfor
CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk this sale: j I
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________5Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain J I
quality, June Sale Price -------------------_$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________84c and fancy weaves, large line of colors to ;!
CREPE METIORS, 40 inches wide, a beautifulsoft $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________95c: select from, worth regular 65c and 75c: j
silk with fin-
high radium
shimmering a
ish,black, white and all colors, $2.00 and $2.50 CHINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy special to clean up inour June Sale ------__2oc; I F
\ quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.69 shades, oOc. quality _________________________42c I II '
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South Florida Sentinel
The next general assembly of the GREAT BRITAIN. is to be regretted that all of the

MORNING AND WEEKLY Presbyterian church in the United The reorganization of the British young men and women in Orlando did

1:. GLENN ............ .._......Editor States will be held in Orlando in 1916. cabinet finds Lord Kitchener secretary not hear the commencement address
. _
( W C. ESSINGTON uehl Manager
Single handed and armed with Or- of war, and Arthur J. Balfour first delivered by Dr. H. W. Cox to the

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida lando booklets, a keen personality, a lord of the admiralty, who replaces graduating class of the high school
aa Second Clara Mail Matter.
i rare intellect, and a silver tongue, the Winston Spencer Churchill. Mr. I Tuesday night. It was one of the

r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor of the Churchill is given a minor position strongest appeals to young peopleever
Daily, 1 Year ........................ 5.00
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 Orlando Presbyterian church, went to that of chancellor of the duchy of delivered in Orlando. OUR SHOES[
,: Daily.: 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Newport News, where this year's con- Lancaster. Reginald McKenna be- Two of the points that he broughtout "
Daily; 1 Month ....................... .60
vention of the assembly met, and will comes chancellor of the exchequer, were: No one can succeed with-
i- Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00
return to Orlando with "the 1916 con- succeeding David Lloyd-George, who out ambition, and there is no successor

; ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN vention in Orlando" tucked under one becomes minister of munitions, a new- progress without sacrifice. Ambi- _

arm and a happy smile on his face. ly created office. These are the main tions are what we call "day dreams,"

F ADVERTISERS- : The entire city and county is proud changes. The personnel of the new and while a persons may not gain We have turned our stock over fire

;; advertinnr Copy ttt moat display be handed and all in at other the handset buiineu of Dr. Stagg for his achievement. It royal cabinet had the approval of the what he dreams he can never attain times since we started, just fourteen

G office: ot-tfce. Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. is an achievement for several thou- king and will to a great extent soften more than that which his dreams urge

to the chances day:. before for publication.contract: : adTcrtinnc This rule:applie it is sand Presbyterians will come to Or- and satisfy public opinion which has him to do. No man can succeed unless months ago.Ve haven't a pair of shoesin

; Invariable and will be strictly: adhered to. lando next year for the convention, been at fever heat over recent "re- he has faith in something out- stock now that we had then. There'sa

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued and great, unbounded publicity for verses," particularly at Ypres. There side himself that is greater and bet-
of course and one not hard
l should notify the office in writing on Orlando throughout the entire coun- was also disagreement in the old cabi- ter than he, and that something is reason, very
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates try will result. net over the Dardanelles campaign.All to find. Types of leather absolutely the

; Telephone until notice Numb-r to atop .is...received................... 24 The Board of Trade assisted Dr. of the dissension was crystallizedby God.As a moral appeal Dr. Cox's ad- best, styles absolutely the latest, and last ,
Stagg by sending a lengthy telegram the Northcliffe press. dress was excellent. By statistics and
I- THURSDAY MAY 27, 1915. urging the assembly to come to Or- Whether the shake-up in the cabi- from tests, which he had carried on in but not least, being able to fit comprehensively ,

i lando. net comes too late to be of actual his own laboratories, he showed that any form of foot.

r With peaches huckleberries plums, What finer class of people could service to Great Britain or not remains tobacco and whiskey ruin the nervous
Can wonder at the phenominal popularity -
t watermelons, green corn, fine fishing, come to Orlando than Presbyterian; to be seen. Had the reorgani- system and that they not only hurt you
and excellent bathing right at our delegates from a wide range of zation taken place earlier there might the user himself but his offspring as of these two departments, Ladies ._

doors, we don't care much if we are states? It is quality backed with have been no reversal at Ypres. It is well. and Men's?

r denied the privilege of visiting thel quantity that counts. claimed that lack of ammunition at If Orlando young men would follow

l Panama-Pacific exposition. Too much praise can not be be- Ypres was responsible for a reverseif his advice along these lines and take

f. o stowed upon Dr. Stagg for his recent not a disastrous defeat. The min- to heart the meaning of his strongest

It has been said that a boy's best and best achievement. He is a genu- ister of munitions will rectify previous statement, "Before you commit a

friend is his mother and a woman's ine booster and a man who realizesthe errors, and it is believed no fur- wrong stop and ask yourself, How canI
,1 best friend is her good reputation; advantages and importance of Or- there trouble' will result under the do this sin in the sight of God?" Or- In the Ladies' ShoeDepartment

and it is a dead sure cinch that a lando as a sheltering' place for the management of David Lloyd-George, lando would soon be known as the

man's best friend is his job.Atchison next assembly. After this when Or- whose work as chancellor of the exchequer cleanest city hi the state.

Globe. lando wants a convention she should under the old regime was not- o

o send Dr. Stagg.Dr. able.The There is a certain satisfaction in
Stagg's success in obtaining the : "coalition" cabinet unites all We feature exclusivelyJ. -
We can think up and put into op- I purchasing from a store which is in
convention is accentuated when it is It comprises twelve liberals,
eration amusements galore for our your on territory, which helps to pay COUSINS
winter visitors. Why not work up a knothat the 1916 convention will eight conservatives, one laborite and your taxes, to support your schools T.

little enthusiasm in the good old sum- be the first ever held by the assem- one non-partisan. It is a "war cab- and churches, and which takes a civic KRIPPE DORF & DITTMANNTHE

mer time and get up a good ball team, bly in Florida. inet" and the members have pledged pride in your vicinity. Isn't this NATHAN D. DODGE.

"just for the sake of the stay-at- Orlando is fast becoming a city of themselves to a bitter prosecution of worth the consideration of every fam-

homes," doncherknow? conventions. It is not only the logical the war. Lord Kitchener's abilitywas ily to do their trading at home.

o convention city of Florida, but of the recognized and he remains. His o

Southland. More conventions, greater burden will be 'lightened by the new
The man who doesn't admire the FREE FOR ALL FIGHT IN ORLANDO -
recognition throughout the coun- minister of munitions. If the shakeup .
In the Men's ShoeDepartment
courage being displayed by the Ger- THAT PLACED EUROPEAN -
try, and that is one thing Orlando is and reorganization has not been
mans is a cuss of the poorest quality. WAR IN THEBACKGROUND
after. made too late immediate results
Hemmed in on all sides, the motto of may i
June 10, the Central Florida High- be obtained.
the kaiser's minions seems to be: "To
way Association; June 11, the Florida However, the situation in Great
hades with the universe! You'll never A big free-for-all fight that for a
Citrus Exchange; July 5, the Wood- Britain has been acute and far reach-
whip us and you will only win this time put the European war in the
men of the World; and other conven- ing. Dissension brewed by the press We featrue exclusively
war when we wear ourselves out background took place yesterday
tions being planned! and the dissatisfaction of the British
whipping you.-Tampa Times. morning on West South street, amonga JOHNSON & :MURPHYC.H.
o people reversals has bordered
o lot of boys who generally make the
SIDELIGHTSBy closely on revolution. Now that it ALDENJ.
Champ Clark's action in snubbing railroad yards and that section their
has been checked by the formation of
Secretary Bryan by not inviting him rendezvous during the "vacation" pe- S. FRENCH
the cabinet "reversal" of the
W. S. BranchA new a
to the wedding of his daughter Miss riod. Yesterday was their first day:
Genevieve Clark, was "small town newspaper headline says that unpleasantness may be soon noted. off and a battle royal was staged.
"Seffner Hopes to Ship 500 Cars of One big sweeping victory in northern
stuff" in sense of the word. The conflict lasted for about fifteen
France and Belgium by Joffre's and
Tomatoes. That is
very interestingnews minutes bricks sticks and all
Clark would have made friends by issuing -- sorts .
and speaks well' for Seffner Kitchener's armies may be the turn-
an invitation to Mr. Bryan. As of weapons were used by the combat- A Refund for the
the case now stands, Mr. Bryan will truckers, but a more vital question to ing point in the war. ants. One submarine was sighted

not be expected to "chip in" on a a great many people is information o several times. It was a running en-
as to how car loads of automo- It is to notice how MenThe
present for Vieve." many a joke many exchanges counter in and around several box
0 biles will be shipped into Seffner. It are falling victims to the skin cars. The fight came to a sudden end

would appear that this is really the advertisnig schemes of the Panama and all beat a hasty retreat when it
"Warfare at Miles" is
Twenty an standard of enterprise in these daysof exposition. Home people must, of was learned that the officers had been popularity of refunding ONE DOL-
editorial going the rounds of the state
the European war. course, pay for all ads. they get, but sighted.PROMINENT.
press. It was published originally in LAR of the purchase price on Men's
--0- the exposition gets thousands of dollars -
the New York World a month ago. A machine has been invented espe- worth of it free as the water that Shoes over the amount of $1.00 exceededour
Some state editors scissored it and VISITORS FROM
cially for creasing and taking the runs from the spring.It .
credited it to the "New York World;" TAMPA expectations on Saturday.
wrinkles out of Palm Beach suits.
then others credited it, "World;" and Some Orlando man should purchase o "WE'LL CONTINUE THE REFUND FOR
then others hastily attached "Ex- is regrettable that Orlando is in Mr. A. L. Cuests, Jr., one of the
several of these machines and keep THE WHOLE OF THE WEEK"
change;" then it came to plain "Ex." a fair way to miss the national pas- largest manufacturers of cigars in
them going nights. Nearly
and now it is not being credited at all. every time this summer, unless some one the United States, is among the recent -
Palm Beach suit notice the rl
we on
'Consequently some editors who have who is competent, organizes a base- arrivals in Orlando from Tampa.H .
street needs after
one day'swear.
',$20,000 brains like the. New York ball team, and in short, to make Or- and his charming wife are regis-
If a man could leave his suit
World leading editorial writer, Cobb, -m the front porch when he retires lando a brighter spot during the sum- tered at the San Juan hotel where
mer when the town becomes they have engaged accommodations
in Florida well the S. I
as as
appear and find it there and '
pressed ready
comatose.An | for a sojourn while looking over the
:::: metropolis. (for wear when he rises, it would be a !l1IIIlIIlItlIIIllIllhl1IiIII11llI0SE
o [ city and the surrounding country.
o service worth paying for.
HALF HOLIDAY ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a I

E NEXT THURSDAY.The Between Ivanhoe Park with its safe investment. The want ad.'s the thing.

proprietors of the stores and movies and bathing, on the north, and

mercantile houses are arranging to the skating rink with its attractions

close their respective places of busi- on the south the fun loving lads and

ness at 12 o'clock (noon) each and lasses of Orlando are going to be 1 I

every Thursday for the afternoon, "torn asunder with pleasure" duringthe J.

during the summer months. This arrangement coming summer. In families with-

will take effect the first out servants, mother will surely haveto

Thursday in June which is one week wash the supper dishes so daughter IlhllllUlUMf
from today. The Sentinel has been can go and enjoy herself and she I" 1 1IIIIGi

requested to give this due publicity will have to get the breakfast because

in order that the visitors, country daughter will be out so 'late that she /

folks and all others interested may will be too fatigued to rise early.

govern themselves accordingly. Poor old Ma. She "gets it both com-
o ing and going."

COLD TALK."Wouldn't It is here in all its glory-the "Good necessity a combining

that FROST you?" Old Summer Time.:' ability and quality is now recognized by

"She tried to FREEZE me!" 0 I everyone. In the EVERWEAR HOSE you

"She gave me the COLD shoulder." What is the use of worrying over The Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America obtain not only a article of standard merit .
"I tried to THAW him out. that which you have not? It is the
Street. Lot 67V_x332. House is modern and contains j but a positive assurance of relief from
worst kind of
"He rave me an ICY stare. worry. e
"He was a COLD blooded wretch." o seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and further hose annoyances.; f

I "His hair was SNOW white." Let such as have not got a pass- bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. i Our new stock includes the latest shades ..

"HAIL, HAIL, the gang's all here." port from nature be content with hap- ii iI i and weights for men women and children.

"Your hands are like ICE, dearie. piness, and leave to the poet the un- I Try a pair and be convinced of the superior

"lIe got a CHILLY reception. rivalled possession of his misery, his merit of this hose.DICKSONIVES.
"He was in the WINTER of life." garret, and his fame.-Goldsmith.

His TEMPERATURE: kept falling. o

"He got ZERO in arithmetic." There are twice as many people in ,

"Whew, COLD STORAGE eggs!" the United States as in 1880, three I

1 o times as many as at the outbreak of S.Y.WAYInsurance

WHO WILL START THE the civil war, and five times as manyas

BALL TO ROLLING? II in '49. The increase between 1910is

said to have been equal to the N I
Somebody should get a move on en- and Real Estate Agent CO.
them and organize a good ball team. tire population at the time of the rev-

The talent is here. The grounds are olution.A .

here--perhaps the best in the state.e o PHONE 172
only thing lacking is a first class BLACK SIIEEI'

moter of the national game. The It seems there is a black sheep in .DEPARTMENT STORE.

[he Sentinel believes' that the fans every family. An exchange in closing .. ..

re would support and encourage I I'st an obituary, states that "the deceased -
class baseball during the season. leaves nine children eight of i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

o whom are honored and respected citizens The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

ic fact that counterfeit five dol- of this state and the other lives i I II tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

ills are said to be in circulation'ew i, in \Iissouri.-Olney Advocate. I at right pricesJI.
York will not keep Orlando 0

s up nights sorting their paper Want anything? Ask for it throughI .1 '4
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The state pardoning board which Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell and children -
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I met in Tallahassee this week took action will leave Orlando today for New .

ON THE* SOCIAL CALENDAR which you will no doubt find to be Admission 5 Cent on the case of Louis KiI ore. of York city, where :Mrs. Howell and the
very handy and useful. Orlando who was convicted at the fall little ones: will remain while the doctor
Thursday, May 27. I' The boys will visit your home this term of the criminal court of record goes to Harvard College, Boston,
Rosalind Club, luncheon, 1 o'clock. 'week and show you what they have. .MiiMMMiMilMIMIMMTODAY'S and sentenced to pay a fine of $1,500or Mass.: where he will take some post-
|>,Kit South Kare street.Klub, with Mrs. Gore, 3 1 For the benefit of the public the PROGRAM six months on the county roads, graduate work. They expect to return f
Mr. Lester A. Beeman entertains tonight J Scout program will be published in American. "The Law of the Wilds." for having carnal intercourse with an the first of September.
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I the Sentinel. A drama in two parts. unmarried female under 18 years of :
Mather-Smith, of Oakland. i Keystone. Comedy, "Fatty's NewRole' age. The board modified the sentenceto I
Friday, May 28. '' Komic. "The New the payment of $100. ,
Executive board meeting of the Civic \IRS. FORT'S PRETTY PARTY Curate. ORLANDO
League, 10:30 o'clock, San Juan FOR MISS AUGUSTA WRIGHT. Don't .fail to see these Keystone I
hotel. Mrs. Leon B. Fort entertained the L.CEXD EMBROIDERYYou In November the state conventionof

U. D. C. METYESTERDAY. --()- i Bachelor Girls Tuesday afternoon, in here will find just what you want the oman's Christian Temperance -

|honor of Miss Augusta Wright, who e yard wide Among all-o\er the new lace.ones We is have the Union will be held in Orlando.

The Annie Coleman Chapter of the i will become the bride of Mr. Louis these from :5>c, up Slemons' MiHinerj This is the annual meeting and a
U. D. C. met yesterday afternoon Hewitt June 1. and Dry' Goods Store. y-:7-t: ; large attendance will he present.aLs .
with Miss Mary Robinson, president i Auction was played, and both Miss DR. J. C. HOWELLOsteopathie I

of the chapter. This was the last Happersett, who made the high score, Physician and Surgeon -
I ", meeting of the organization until Oc- and Miss Wright were presented witha Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free IF' Lii
tober. Several members dainty accessory for milady's ward- WORLD FILM CORPORATION "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
new were
Office Block
Cheney Opp. San Juan
robe. A ice
taken into the ; refreshing course was
chapter: Mrs. Sylvan Presents HoteL
McElro)", Mrs. Merle McElroy, :Mrs. served. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
LeRoy B. Giles, Mrs. J. H. Tucker, :(]i CECIL SPOONERIN Orlando, Fla.
I Miss Powell, and Mrs. Goodwin affil-I!ATTENTION! i
4 A free illustrated lecture on Methodist ID r d
iated i
coming from a North Carolina I \
African Mission: I :
chapter. The chapter yesterday made Station, tonightat i
7:30, Methodist church.
wreaths for Camp Chase at Colum- Pictures I
bus, 0.JUDGE. by Bishop Lambuth. Auspices of "THE DANCER AND THE LucerneTODAY
Epworth League. Come, and bring
KING"An kj
CHENEYENTERTAINED. iyour}| friends. cz;.

exceptional production in five .r t'
It Judge John M. Cheney entertainedthe "
members of the MendelssohnClub splendid parts. ---""" I
and the entire caste of "H. M. S. delightfully informal affair of to-
Pinafore," at Camp Beegiwooche"Tuesday day was the weekly meeting this afternoon I "JARED FAIRFAX'S MIL o
evening. More than fifty of the Tuesday Auction club, TABLE SILVERWARE 0

were present to enjoy the Judge's held with :Miss Mary McDowell. LIONS"A in chests for presentation purposes.
hospitality, the excellent bathing and There were two tables of players, including 10 cents 20 cents or silver tea sets, odd pieces, etc. all
Kalem Special Feature complete of the latest designs and best qualityare
members and Miss
only Margaret
and the
boating; delicious chicken
at store and invite
on display our we
pilau supper which was served in I Hart, of Orlando, and Miss in two parts. you to come and examine these I
front of the Bee-gi-woo-che cottage. i I Flossie Byrd, of Live Oak, lovely articles. They are really works of
After the supper the guests sang a guests of two of the club members. art and yet most moderately priced.

number of songs from the recent play, 1 I The tables were arranged on the
Pinafore, roasted and toasted marsh- (broad veranda and for two and a half "A DOUBLE ROLE"A :V.ELERS.

mallows, told stories, and in a general ;,hours the games .were a most inter- Lubin Comedy. tb: 0 : -1d1
., way had the "time of their lives." The esting diversion. Late in the after-
occasion was a delightful one and will' noon lemon sherbet, cake and fudge
\ long be remembered.TO were served. The prize was an at- STEP BY STEI-
Japanese basket.OcalaStar. '
--0- have we climbed in the paint business
ATTEND CONFEDERATE A Vitagraph Drama. j 1 until now we are at the top. Hard
VETERANS REUNION.Mr. -)- jI l work, honest prices, fair dealing and
and Mrs. Robert Howe will Honoring her guest, Miss :Margaret I -- pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
Hart, of Orlando, Mrs.: Herbert Latt-
leave this afternoon over the Atlantic FOUR REELS OF SPLENDID contributed to our success. Every
Coast Line for Richmond, Va., where ner will entertain at auction Thurs- article you purchase from us is backed
they will attend the Confederate Veterans day afternoon at the home of Mr. and PICTURES =I by our personal guarantee. Just

reunion. They will be guestsof Mrs. J. V. Tarver, where she resides.. name your wants and leave the rest
Mrs. Howe's sister, Mrs. Mary A. -Ocala Star. :/ to us.

Allen.mountains Later where on they they will will spend go to the the Mr. and Mrs. Geo.--()-T. Barr leave to- FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS pA [JT Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

remainder of the summer, returningto day in their car for Daytona Beachto BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL 205 S. Orange Avenue
Orlando about October first. spend two weeks. They will return -
--0- to Orlando before going north COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
for the summer.

WAS HOSTESS. The meeting of the executive boardof "FOR CASH"A
The Young Matrons Card Club was the Civic League will be held at
charmingly entertained yesterday by the San Juan this morning at 1:00 modern romantic drama, com- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

Mrs. Davis. Mrs. J. P. Holbrook and o'clock, instead of 10 o'clock as an- plete in two parts. Warren
Mrs. Smith were invited guests. Mrs.J. nounced.
II. Reese was a new member taken --()- Kerrigan. Established 1886
into the club. Auction bridge was Mrs. E. E. Penley left yesterday afternoon -

played, Mrs. W. C. Essington securing I for"a few days visit with Dr.

high score and winning the prize, a F. M. Nichols and friends in Tampa.LADIES "ANIMATED WEEKLY'
deck of cards. On Monday the club --()- CURTIS & O'NEAL.
Happenings of the
will enjoy a luncheon on the Yowell-
.! Duckworth roof garden. HATS
I We buy our hats from week to
--()- week, so when you buy a hat from us "SHEVIXKED"' INSURANCE LOANS
BOY SCOUTS. you get the very newest. We are now
The Boy Scouts are expecting to go showing hats for summer, come in A Cairo Comedy. "Nuff Sed." I'
and them. \Ve
see sell hats at
on their summer camp next week, but prices
that I
you can afford a new one now
before this enjoyable vacation outingcan and then. Slemons' Millinery ant? I
be taken sufficient funds must be Dry Goods Store. 5- 7-3t
AIan's Silk Shirt
had in the troop treasury to buy the given awayto
"grub" needed. NEW NEPTUNE HOTEL DAYTON night at' nine o'clock.
The Scouts A BEACH, FL.\.
Boy are thrifty and

make their own way by selling vari- Mrs.: W. H. Delmore wishes to an-
ous articles or doing odd jobs. nounce that the Neptune Hotel dining
They are now offering for sale avery room is now open for the summer sea- -
son. Your patronage solicited. All For Sale
neat and convenient article
home cooking. 5-27-ltw-2w 10 cents 5 cents

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Keep Beautiful House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price

Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.ARCADE.
"We have tKeRequisites

jn $4500.00. A bargain.


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it i is easier to keep your hair than to restore it
when it falls; USE HEXAL 93 HAIR TOXIC. 50c. and $1.00. PIES AND CAKESARCADEMllK The HardW'are. Storeon the Corner
We have the most complete line of Skin Creams, Powders and
Beautifiers, absolutely harmless.It .
is easier to keep your self always young and retain your !
beauty and complexion than to overcome sallowness and wrinkles.


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i ROLLINS COLLEGE Promised Land for Rollins College,
the land flowing with milk and honey,
t. The commencement activities have of adequate equipment and endow-
begun under the most favorable con- ment and enrollment, is still beyond, f ". Where Is No. 10 E. Church St. ?
ditions, the first event of the series and I may not set my foot upon it, as
being the reception given this year, I had so ardently hoped that I might. OPPOSITE DEAN'S CITY DRUG STORE
as in the past, to the members of the And there has been toil, and a sandy
graduating class of the college by path, and a hot sun and a trackless QUALITY ,
President and :Mrs.: Blackman at the wilderness and now and then (though AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS
., president's house on Saturday after- seldom; ) a murmuring company. But y"I
noon, May 22. The guests were received there has been manna vouchsafed THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. .
and :Mrs.: Black- from and sweet water out of
by President Heaven I.. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street RHONE 447 ,
man, with whom stood the seniors, flinty rocks -yes, and pillars of cloud
:Miss: Annie C. Bellows and Donald:: and of fire have led the way, day and it
Marvin. During the afternoon, each night, and faithful and beloved helpers '
guest was asked to write on a sheet have compassed me about.
I of paper some words of advice for "And the work of our hands has ,- '
each of the graduates; these sheets been established. If the college should
wiU subsequently be bound and givento close its doors now which it will not it rtlammond&Gore
them in memory: of the occasion. do, the work which it has accom-
Saturday evening in Knowles Hall plished during its thirty years of life
:Miss: :Margaret: M. Shaw, of Daytona, would amply, gloriously repay the
a pupil of Mrs Berkeley Blackman'sin toil and the sacrifice which it has I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I
the school of music, as well as a cost-:young men and women, perhapstwo I
member of the graduating class of thousand of them, in greater VALUES LOW PRICES r
the academy, gave a piano recital to measure or less touched, stirred SCENE FROM "TIlE DANCER AND TIlE KING," GKXNI TO I 1111 "
a very appreciative audience. Presi- stimulated, enriched, guided, refined COMPARE
dent Blackman expressed the unan- empowered-so has the beauty of the -- -- -
imous opinion of those present wher Lord our God been upon us-so has MANY REPORTS FOR SOUTHERN UNUSUALLY COLD \\VTHER
he said that in the thirteen years in tie established, for eternity, the workof I'KESIiYTEIKANSNewport i HAS HINDERED) WHEAT AMI I I OUR FURNITUREWe I-

which he has been at the head of the our hands.
I institution no pupil's recital of such "And as for yourselves, my dear News, Va.-The general I CORN IIIE.1VY PRODUCING provide the quality of furniture that has long
STATES been accepted by knowing furniture
buyers as the
admirable quality has ever been given. ;young friends you are standing in assembly of the Southern Presbyterian -
standard of merit. If an article is "here it is
Miss Shaw is a natural musician, and these days as in the presence of the church had a busy session today, I I good.
The following bulletin has been issued i 'I It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca >'t make
and bush
burning unconsumed and : -
has had a thorough training
very up when a number of committees submit- i
to the present time; the result is an being called of God to your work, and ted their reports. Many questions of by the United States agricultural ., this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
artist of rare ability. Her programwas His 'Take off thy shoes from off thy importance brought to the assembly's i; bureau at Washington, D. C.: i: 1 this business, and that means much to any buyer.McNBLL I I
feet for the ( "Unusually cold weather has hin-
carefully and well selected, call- place whereon thou attention in form of overtures from i
ing forth every phase of her art, and standest is holy ground.' Hear the the various presbyteries were taken :, dered rapid growth of the spring : & DAVIS BLOCK '
every number was rendered well nigh Voice 'I am that I am.' Hear the call up on the floor of the assembly and i wheat and corn crops in the heavy ,, ,
perfectly. With a technique of great to renounce power and pleasure as ofa debated at length. Two business sessions -I'I producing regions during the last i.Cor.. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando, Fla.
accuracy, a touch and attack ranging Pharaoh's palace as the aim of life morning and afternoon, and a week, but the weather was very fa- I J0
from the utmost delicacy to a power -and to dedicate yourselves to the general meeting tonight were on the 'I:< vorable ideal, in the important yielding i4'' -
remarkable in one of so slight appearance love and care and service to the free- program. '; sections of the winter wheat belt,
a wealth of artistic feeling ing and leading and redeeming of Tonight's lesion will be held in the I|the weather bureau announced today. ------ -- -
and interpretation every number of your brother men. They are in bond- interest of Christian education and 'I i "Winter wheat has been damaged
her program brought out new aspects age-bondage to ignorance, to dull ministerial relief. Rev. Dr. Henry by the Hessian fly or chinch bugs in I
of her ability, and evidenced beyond' immorial custom, to prejudice, to narrowness II. Sweets, of Louisville Ky., secre- j i Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indi- ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
question that no", more capable and to selfishness to vice to tary of the committee on this branch 'ana but the extent is still uncertain,
talented musician has ever been num- crime; you are called to deliver them. of the assembly's work, will submit i:although indications point to a consid-
bered among the pupils of the schoolof I For this, your Alma Mater has trained the annual report which will show |: erable loss in Kansas and western
music. you; to this service she now sends that during the past year $108,910.45 'Missouri.: SHEET METAL CO.

,, Miss Shaw was assisted by Mrs. you forth." I has been contributed to the cause, I "Oats hay and grass made satis- -
Elizabeth K. Krauss also a former which is an increase of $6,363.09 over factory progress and the outlook for -
pupil of the music school in the violin FROIIMAN FUNERALNew J the contributions to the same cause fruit continues favorable except in i Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos I
department. Her number was one of 'during t I the preceding year. i ij the more northern districts, where the
br-'l'iancy: and extreme difficulty requiring York.-The funeral services of j i Aid has been given to 309 candi- severe; cold has doubtless caused con- and Rubber RoofingsCornices
ability of the highest order, Charles Frohman theatrical manager : dates now in school preparing for the siderable damage. Truck crops in the
:yet it was played without a falter and producer, who was one of the victims Presbyterian ministry, this number South have greatly improved. Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
The swift and accurate fingering, precision in the sinking of the Lusitania, 1 being the largest aided in anyone

of bowing, and accuracy of were held here today. Services today year. The amount expended for this NEW CATTLE COMPANY IS ORGANIZED Works: 14 E. Church St. 4 ORLANDO
pitch and purity of tone, made a combination in four other cities also had been arranged purpose was $305,546.In i AT KISSIM.MEE
: that impressed those fortunate by actors or actresses who the work of ministerial relief'
E f. enough to be there that here was have starred under :Mr.: Frohman's the committee has aided during the Kissimmee, Fla.-A new cattle com
a performance second only to those management. year 62 retired minislbters, 142 wid- pany has been incorporated under the
of the most noted and able violinists. The services here began at the '''ows and ministers and 23 orphans of name of the Kissimmee Cattle Company
'I Mrs. Krauss has improved marvel home of Daniel ministers. The total used for
Frohman, where only amount and will operate on the ranges
lously during the past few years, and members of Mr. Charles Frohman's beneficiaries was $43,435.60 and was of Osceola count The Orlando Meat Market

r further study will doubtless develop immediate family were present. This $4,713.93 more than used in one year .. The company was incorporated for
her into a great player. Her accompaniment followed before. T. A. YANCY Manager
was by public services in the $OO.OOO. the stock being subscribedby ,
played by Mrs. Blackman Temple Emanuel, conducted by the The endowment fund for ministe- E. L. Lesley and W. C. Bass. The
I was just what was required to sup Rev. Joseph Silverman. Augustus rial relief has increased $7,500 during I officers of the company are: E. L Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
port and complete the performance.The Thomas, the playwright, was selectedto the year and the total amount now invested I Lesley, president; W. C. Bass, vice-
Florida and Western Meats
program played was as follows deliver a funeral address. The is $380,000. The committee is ; president; Araminta E. Bass secre
I : honorary pallbearers included making special efforts to increase this : Jennie
twentysix tary; K. Lesley, treasurer. A
1 Sonata Op. 31, Xo. 3: allegro, allegretto actors and theatrical managers. I fund to at least 500000. number of high grade Pole Angus and Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

f; vivace, menuetto presto con Funeral services in memory of Mr. I Shorthorn cattle have been added to. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
L fuoco. (Beethoven.) Frohman were arranged by Billie j Chicken supper Baptist Ladies' Aid the firm's herds and it is the intentionof
Prelude, Op. 28, No. 15. Etude, Op. Burke in Tacoma, Wash.; by Maude Society Saturday night, opposite the the company to produce a high / Business (135 P. O. BOX 226
r 25, No. 1. (Chopin.) Adams, in Los Angeles; by Joseph i postoffice. 25 cents. 5-26-4tc ,grade of beef cattle.MBIIilMMMIIIieilii PHONES l Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. -
Concerto, Op. 76: allegro matstoso. Drew, in San Francisco and by Julia ---
t (De Beriot.) Mrs Krauss. Sanderson and others in Providence, -- -- f.
f Blumenstuck, Op. 19 (Schumann). Rhode Island. I
> Prelude, Op. 23, No. 5 (Rachmani I WE DELIVER THE GOODS T
i noff). Etincelles, Op. 36, No. 6 (:\Ioszr -

r r F kowski The ).Congregational church wafilled Washington PACKERS, D.MAKE C.-American PROTESTs meat I Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service NOW'S THE TIMEto

to its capacity on Sunday morn packers who have protested vigorously -
ing to hear the baccalaureate sermon I against Great Britain's detention get ready for the rainy season.
Harley-Davidson Truck
preached by Dr. Blackman the last of their products shipped to European i PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH
which he will preach as president of neutrals put .their case before thee FOR QUICK SERVICE FINLEY'S GRAPIIO BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT
institution. The faculty of th state department today. !
college, in academic costume headed The packers came here for a conference $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's
the procession from the campus to with law officers of the department -
the church, and Dr. Blackmarf was as and also to confer with their PHONE 444
sisted in the conducting of the serviceby counsel, Alfred Urion, just back from ) Pioneer
Rev. C. E. Enlow, pastor of the England, whom they met last nijrht. r
Congregational church Rev. O. T. Packers declare that from $15,000- i Good and Bad Cigar Stores p
Douglas, D. D., pastor of the Bap 000 to $25,000,000 worth of shipments
tist church, and Rev. W. L. Barze. are tied up. . . .1..111 > 111111.11.111. ( 1 1141..1 I tlMtMt' |
pastor of the :Mthodist: church. The
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church choir under Prof. -- -------- --- --- --
Pope's direction i
rendered as plendid anthem, :i r
"I Know That the Lord Is Great by USEFUL GIFTS fOR GRADUATES 1

Bruno Huhn, and Prof. Pope and :Mrs.F. : .
W. Shepherd also sang Robyn's i I
beautiful duet, "Let the Words of My I
Mouth. May be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction, Books I
Dr. Blackman chose for his lesson of Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty books
the 19th Psalm a psalm of Moses. made for gift purposes. We also have special CongratulationCards SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY .CO.

He painted the two contrasting pictures for sending to graduates, either separately or to accom-
: Moses a young man, summonedby pany other gifts. 5c. lOc. and 15c. each.

the Lord to enter upon his life W. S. BRANCH WINTER GARDEN FLA.
work of leading the people of Israealout ,
of Egypt and to the promised THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

land; :Moses the old man, his life
nearing its end, his work apparentlynot
yet done, not permitted to enter Can supply your wants in every-
into the land to which he had led his

people. After emphasizing the contrast I thing to eat and New things
in these two pictures Dr. Blackman White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In- wear.
addressed the following words secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites
directly to the graduating class, who infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur and good things always, Give usa
rose in their places in the front seat Compound.
to receive them: These two will mix perfectly and' two sprayingscan trial I '

"My dear young friends of the be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
graduating class, I have spoken today lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
just to :you, and to myself. We arc Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
leaving Rollins together; but to you, cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and ,
this is a beginning, to me it is an ending you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
; you are looking forward, I back

ences ward."As and for the myself companionships recalling the of exper-these 1. SCHNARR & CO., ManufacturersOrlando SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANYI I

thirteen years, I can not escape the Florida -I IJ
sense of the swift, the fugitive, the ,
illusory and the disappointing. The
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TJath and JesI LOST-A containing small$5 bill black and velvet some purse small, SENTINEL r Lake Site

change, between Central avenue and
Church street, on Orange avenue. i
Reward. Return to Sentinel.

f'I 5-23-tfc.. WANTS :

I LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
f't" Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please Two
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus I
line. 5-13-tf' The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want

1 IORLAN""DO: LOST-A garden plow and hoe, last Ad Medium in Orlando. Real Bargains
. Friday afternoon on East Amelia
venue. Please notify Mr. A. T. Anderson Terms Cash
t 306 West Concord avenue.

I 5253t'LOSTHand For One Day RATES______________25c; 136 acres with beautiful fron-
Royal Cement, Agate Plaster and Perfection LimeOISPPO1NTMENTS bag and contents be- For Three Days ____________50c tage on two lakes. Knock Out.
tween Orlando and For Six Days _______________75c
Return to F. A. Lewter Clay and Springs.get re- For One Month ____________$2.50 .U5 per acre.
ward. 5-26-2tc This rate applies on all ads of
I f. 25 words or less. If the ad contains 60 acres, mile off brick road.
Parfait 15 Mc- more than 25 words the rate
<= today, special, at
H'er 1500 feet lake shore.
IHroy's Pharmacy. 5-25-3tc will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in-
GET OUT on the porch and enjoy sertion.If $20.00; per acre.
yourself while you live swinging in you can't bring your ad to
an easy porch swinjr. Get one at the office telephone No. 24. Ac- See E. B. Bradley Quick.
Tracloore's, 18 East Church St. counts opened by telephone will be

, GAS IS THE FUEL Of NO 5-23-6tc Only $2.50. Come and look at them. payable Eery Home the following-Every day.Business-

. NOTICE TO THE PUBLICOn Every Man has use for a
and after May 31, 1915, the Sentinel Want Ad. ,
undersigned barber shops will close at
7 o'clock p. m., except Saturdays. Vtkins Block PHONE 104
, F Standard Barber Shop. FOR SALE
' Gem Barber Shop.J. .
B. Harris FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car
R. W. Bird.A. 5 passenger, in good condition; ex- FOR 90 DAYSYou
P. Jackson. tra equipment; extra tire; exceptional
You can be sure you will never be disappointed by Royal Palm Barber Shop. value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS _Arcade Barber Shop. 5-22-6tc 5-8-lmoc can buy foundation
I stone building blocks, side-
RANGE. A is always under control, it
gas oven yeur FOR SALE-Hupmobile runabout walk in
tile or anything my
may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of Dr. S. S. Jones thoroughly overhauled Al condi- line at reduced. Call around
S. tion. Object of selling, to buy largercar.
bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out Address Hup care Sentinel. and let me surprise you on
just right. CHIROPRACTOR 5-25-3t prices.

AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you need 18 graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, ;17 phone and FOR SALE-A BARGAIN "" F. D. GORE,

it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor 209. Intelligent people everywhereare Six room house and one extra lot
being restored to health by chiro- adjoining, 66x140; near in; house in Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.
fires to build drafts to watch.
ashes-no or
practic adjustments, the new scienceof good repair. Price $1.000. cash or .
You will be interested in knowing all the improve- removing the cause of disease. Examination terms. Worth looking into. Fred B Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH
Dale, San Juan hotel. 5- 3-6tc
free. 12-24-lmo opp. I
ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic ----

lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man A clean nice cash busines3 for a
DoctorsBichiirSI'r hustler, on easy terms; requires only!
to explain.ORLANDO. small cash payment balance to suit

I,, ( ( & BnindajnOSTEOPATHS ((!-!(' purchaser.! 9-tf Address F, care Sentinel. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story Office corner Orange Avenue and
.' Personal! instructicn under Dr. Still cottage, seven rooms and bath, church SU Davis & McNeil Bid?..
at Kirksville, Mo. modern conveniences roomy porches, ,hone 419.
1 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples excellent condition. \V. L. Tilden.
National Bank. Phone 578. 2-23-tf .

FOR RENT Peaches Green
PHONE 646 ,
FOR RENT-Six and bath furnished
For Eight Cylinder Cadillac bungalow. Apply at Orlando Corn FreshTomatoes
Paint and Wall Paper Co. 5-26-3tc ,

GAS DEPARTMENT FOR RENT-One nice, cool,furnished
BARNARD & SON room, cheap, for the summer; ladies
only. Apply 206 East Church. We full line
11 Hughey Street Drlando Fla. 5-23-61 carry a

12-10-lm of Fresh Vegetables.
FOR RENT-Room, 14x28 feet,
suitable for paint, plumbar, or car- Call and look them over
enter sa \>. Central. hlfJ<;}-( ot
Orlando Wood Yard Co-operative Produce Co., 10 East
..d Church St. 5-25-3tc

FOR RENT:; -Cottage, for the sum- Hams and Bacon
Removed from Pine St. two
mer, or by the year, cheap. T. A.
north on Railroad, west end Washington 'i ancey. 3-28-tfc Comb Honey

St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

Service will Servicewill all times. I buy BUYERS, sell rent AND and SELLERS exchange real Strictly Fresh Eggs

t'L L Start PIII1P SllI11'1'Y J[ Watp'lt L Start J JIn I state.ver 30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla over. Jams and Jellies

May !lOth May 10th :; I B. W. KINGSLEY '.*,(-}(>0,000. Call' and F. A.see I: Olives and PicklesCARUTHFRS '

PHONE 344 -r--
all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who experienced young lady stenogrz & GORE
nher-bookkeeper. Best of references
.t specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands Address! giving particulars, ;:j-il., care

service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to i DON'T' WORRY I II Sentinel. 5-21-Gt New Modern G GroceryPhone

the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or- WANTED;-e..r. Must-To be rent modern house have by sleeping the-

lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs. porch about five or six rooms,and 200
I must be well located, close in. State
Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a location and rent in answer. Address
If you are disappointedabout Resident care the Sentinel. 25-tf 6 and 8 East Pine St.
COOLER Free of Charge.
getting a new Eas-
Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon.No ter Suit we can put your having fifteen POSITION-A years experience young% man in
department stores desires
old in condi- position
one good where ability and merit would war- .
deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots. tion for just such occas rant advancement. Best references.
ions. Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf

WANTED-To buy good clean rags
at the Sentinel
.A. N.A-L Y SIS ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. office. 5-19-tf
TO ECHANGE-For house and lot RICHMONDVA.
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from
BAKER, Ph.D. Dry Cleaning
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
Rollins College, Florida. Steam Cleaning set to budded trees two years ago; 3

Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915H. Pressing and Repairing acres unimproved; extra good land. .
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc
B. CONEY, ESQ... Orlando, Florida.
Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you Umbrellas recovered and repaired And ReturnVIA
brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results: "while you wait," at Young's Repair
SPRING WATER Cut Flowers Sloop 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc


COLOR __:..__________________________' _____Clear. repairs of all kinds done Atlantic Coast LineStandard
REACTION __-____________________________Neutral and Plants promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
FREE AMONIA ____________________________-None. screen garages doors, office and fixtures windows; window a specialty and;

\ ALBUMINOLDAMMONIANone.CHLORIDE ___________-'_----__------__--__6 parts. per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon. Floral Designs door prices.frames 18 East made Church to order.street.Get our A Railroad of the South

TOTAL SOLIDS _____________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon. postal will bring us. 5-16-1mo. Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd

NITRATES _________________________________Trace PURE LEMONADE-Made from Final limit by extension June 30StopOvers f
HARDNESS ______________________________38 parts per 1.000,000-2.217 grains per gallon. choice lemons; the kind Sheopard
The results of a water analysis, that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am- used to make. For sale by G.1.. Side Trips
Violet I Dell Florist. Cooley, opposite Dann's Transfer W. Variable Routes
of monia the,body.albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination. .. e Church street. 5-22-6t SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30

The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small Special-Lover's Delight, at McEl- For reservations call on
amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood J. M. CARUTHERS roy's Pharmac5253tc D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. I'I

quality.A Phone 509. 403 South Lake St. DO YOU WANT a wedding present? W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A. -I E
very desirable feature ol this spring v,...--=. is its softness::: containing less than one-fourth See the hand painted china in Dick- i
of the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and I son-Ives' window painted' bv Miss I
4 just about enough as many authorities think, for supplying: the lime and magnesia requirementsof I Echols 505 South Main. 5-25-3tc It 6f

the body. Yours respectfully, 6I!
(Signed) THO; ... D. KER. I mornings. Will pay moderate wages. I!!

375 Address Box 341. 5-26-3t ._' '" :,
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West Jefferson Street
i I WANTED furnished house of 6 or ,':I': !
Successor to 7 rooms, by the year. Large yard .
ELDER SPRING WATER CO. preferred. Address C. P., care the
Hand Wood CompanyWood Sentinel. 5-26-tf I

LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE of All Kinds 'W A "ED-One first class mule for OPTOMETRIST :
farm. State price size, and condi- FLORIDA '
\v. \v. Wright, "Good,,and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 PROMPT SERVICE tion.5-26-6tc Address Box 553, Orlando, Fla. .VE ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND LENSES: ;

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H. P. Leu is spending today in
Lakeland matters.looking after important business THE KEY To SUCCESS

25 cents gets chicken supper, Sat- JS"MONEY I,1 : IN THEf1'
urday night, opposite postoffice, Bap- ;
tist Ladies' Aid Society. 5-26-4tc / "

Mr. J. E. Carter left :yesterday afternoon ; .. BANKJ
for Fort M>ers on business
I connected with the sheriff's office. ;Ii "

New line of ladies' waists and
middy blouses at Slemons' Dry Goods ..,
I and Millinery Store. o-27-3t .

Loyalty to the StateThe Messrs." J. II. Estes and A. M. Bristol I \ -. \\

were among the representativecitizens 1 U '\;;
< of Taft, looking after busi- .. -
rigid State Banking Laws of Florida ness matters in Orlando yesterday. J "
must be complied with to the letter or we Mrs. P. J. Branninjr, who has been & ''' .. .. '5 ,
visiting her brother, Mr. \V. D. Walker ,
lose our charter. Under their safe pro- ,. for several weeks, left yesterday z \:\\
for her home in Terre Haute, Ind. '
visions the depositors' money goes largely
Mr. I. W. Phillips has returned #
of home industries.
to the development
from a business mission to Atlanta, WHO IS SUCCESSFUL?
(;a., in the interest of the Orlando.
Loyalty to the State-and the advance-
Auto & Supply company.
ment of your own personal interests-
Prof. W. S. Coleman left yesterday
should induce you. to open an account with afternoon for Tampa where he will
spend several days looking over familiar ..,:
the scenes at his former home.

Mrs. Joseph Fleming and daughter OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

State Bank of Orlando Miss Emma Ruth of Bre\\ster, Flare ., Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
visiting her mother, Mrs. Millie
Daugherty, at 216 South Orange ave- started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit

nue. now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

Harry II. Root spent Sunday and the money.
Monday at Orlando with his wife and We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you

children, who are the guests of Mrs put in our bank and compound the interest every three
Root's[ mother, Mrs. D. C. Thompson.Plant .
City Courier. months.

When you want a corset, pet one
that is guaranteed not to rust, breakor
1 r
Slemons'tear-that's Dry Goods Warner's.and Millinery Sold at The Peoples National Bank

Store. 5-27-3t

Just in: bungalow aprons, cut very
full, perfect fitting, and we believe
the best you will find for 50c. Slem-
------ ons' Dry Goods and Millinery Store.

I '.
Mrs. E. T. Davis and Mrs. S. G.
Davis, of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived in
Orlando yesterday and are pleasantly'
located at the San Juan hotel for an ,111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111- "_" r'-l.t.1D
indefinite visit.

Mr. Charlie Bozarth, son of Mr. and
Summer Cooking Mrs. J. F. Bozarth, who has been at
FShouldn't tending the Southern Training School'

Cook $ ,4 =- at Graysville, Tenn., returned yesterday -
afternoon to spend his vacation.

Mrs. E. E. Penley was among the
Orlando "
passengers leaving yesterday
Getting dinner ready afternoon on the south bound trainen
route to Tampa where she will
in July is just as com \ spend several days.

fortable as in November j
Mr. W. L. Scott, Florida represent-
-if ative for the Underwood
you use a typewriter
FLORENCE OIL with headquarters in Jacksonville Best at Any Price
t'. spent yesterday in Orlando telling of
COOK STOVE. the speed and accuracy of his ma-
"The Turning Point in Oil Stove History"The chine.

I !heat goes into the FLORENCE Mr. Chas. E. Rinaldi, the popular Ask the Man Who Owns One

cooking, not into the traveling representative of the New

Oil Cook Stoveswork Orleans Importers Coffee company
kitchen. It does your New Orleans arrived in Orlando yes-
terday and will spend a few days "at
"Look for the'Lever"and home."
keeps you com-

fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan last Mr.night and for Proctor extended Smith western left Sold By

a coal stove. trip. They will visit the PanamaPacific -
and San Diego expositions and

,f You or merely can keep simmering one or four dame.F burners. at an intensely hot the Pacific principal coast. cities and resorts of the San Juan Garage Company I ;

Mr. W. R., O'Neal returned yesterday -
F Come in and let us show you how these Florence afternoon from Orangeburg, S.
C., where he had been attending a
1 Automatic Stoves \vork, how simple and reliable. meeting of the Grand Lodge Knightsof
Pvthias and a meeting of the board :
No I'u Vafaes leak. Once
ra cvt.:: to of control of that order. I

t started, each burner will keep going at the same I MIMIMMMMMMMIttllti _
:Mr. II. C. Bretney, Florida passenger .
e power until you turn i it: out.PERFECTLY. a ent of the Louisville & Nash- I --=
ville ailroad, with headquarters in ;
SAFE J?ck. -iiville, was among the popular

day trortation: n Orlando.Mr. .mtn spending yeaer- l l WHO WILL BE YOUR EXECUTOR ? I

A. N. Rand, who has beer
OSCAR HAND & SON spending the past several weeks in I ANSWER NO. 1- ra
this city, left yesterday over the At- When you appoint an individual as your exe- i
lantic Coast Line for his old home in .
cutor do not know who will eventually carry
Devine, Del., where he will spend the you
summer months.Mr. out the provision of your will. AP"t
A PERSON nominated to execute jour will may
and Mrs. Walter Ware and son, :
not Ions survive you. Sickness may delay or prevent -
Edward will leave tomorrow for Phil-
111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 j I the beginning or completion of his service.In .
adelphia, where they will spend the
,, summer. Later on they will visit Atlantic either case, another person will be appointed -
City N. J. They expect to return -
by the Court, possibly person
to this city at the close of sum-
mer. whom you would have selected to cary out the
o wishes expressed in your will.
: Leon Lewis, St. Petersburg boy who
.. The Service of a TRUST COMPANY is continuous -
attained distinction at Rollins College
Valuable Diamond LostHow during the term just ended, came back !
: from Winter Park yesterday mornin Sickness and abesnce do not delay. You may :
lie will spend a week with his: par- tf.
: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. T. Lewis then begin now to cultivate an intimacy and consult : :
leave with them for a motor trip to freely with the officers of the company about ..
the Pacific coast.-St. Petersburg In- I your affairs, and know that the information and
dependent.Mr. wishes imparted to them will permanently influence -
often this in
appears the newspapers, the result -
and : I and facilitate the accomplishment of your
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing jewelryby Mrs. Ralph E. Lartigueand
;your his brother, L. S. Lartigue, have dearest preferences in the settlement of your estate -
having it examined at our store at least once every arrived here from Orlando and are I as the CONTINUITY OF SERVICE WILL
month-examination cost stopping with the gentlemen's mother.
you nothing.Ve do all kindsof BE UNBROKEN.
Mrs. Mary C. Lartigue. It will be remembered -
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin that L. S. Lartigue re- I Answer No. 2 will appear in the future issue

our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's Turned to Florida only a few weeks of this newspaper.
ago from the West in which !"section
profit. A trial will convinec you.. he spent a number of years. lie ex- I Come in any time and freely ask for further
pects to be here through the summer, information on this vitally important subject. You 1 1J
however. Gainesville
o _Sun. I are welcome, and our officers are always glad to

: Guests registering at the San Juan give advice.
hotel yesterday included Mrs. Anna :,I

T.H.EVANSJEWELER ":' Mr.King and, Mrs.:Mrs.Zollie A. L.Biddle.Cue=Herbert ta, Jr.. Tampa Tait.-

I I ; Mrs. E. T. Davis. Mrs. S. G. Da- Orlaildo n B Bailk & Trust t
vis, Brooklyn; J. J. Krauss, Philadelphia J CollIDany n
: ; M. E. Simpson; New York: A.
L. "Wooten Harrison Daniel, Cocoa;
W. W. Yarborough. Richmond; H. W I ORLANDO
Cox Gainesville; W. H. Hamlin, F. FLORIDA
Stephenson, Baltimore; G. R. Cam-
plain, J.; W. Hennessy, W. F. New j Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,000.00. Total Resources over Three
man. W R. O'Hara. H. L. B. Rumb.
Jacksonville; Cornelius Christiancy, Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,300.00.

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