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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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, THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1915. NUMBER 135.

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' .. U. S. WILL UPHOLD ALL RIGHTS OF TRADE !






WAS.. WALES STRIKE CAUSED BY KAISER ?

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NOTE AND TO DENIES INTERFERE BRITAIN RIGHTTO IS FIRM DANN SEllS HUGE I GERMANY TO SPREAD IS THEORY SPENT DISSENSION$300,000, TWO FIRE AUTOS HARRY Will SUE EVELYN(




WILL 1I LATER SEND SECOND NOTE TRACT LAND IN RUSSIANS RETREATING IN POlAND CRASH; 1 DEAD

fOR
DIVORCE VERY SOON

And in This Note Will Protest CONWAY mST.TO Italians Occupy Two More Im- ;
6 INJURED
Strongly Against Seizureof portant Passes in the
.

Goods American Western Part of TRIES TO 4 AVOID SCANDAl

I RANSOM-ANDREWS: IN- Trentino CHARLESTON, S. C., FIRE

Washington, July 17.-The state TERESTS-TRACT IS London, July 17.-Financial News RESULTS DISASTROUSLYFOR --- .
department today gave out the sum- 10,000 ACRES prints sensational that the FIRE LADDIES '
a story
mary of the note it has sent to Great Sub Fires Six THAW HAS BEEN COLLECT- \
Wales coal strike was caused by Ger-
Britain informing that governmentthat man agents who spent $300,000 bribing I I ING EVIDENCE FOR i

American it will trade.uphold' the rights. of D ANN IS LOCALREPRESENTATIVE_ men and women who could influI WHISKY I TRUST IN ASHEVillE, N. C. Shells AtOrduna SOMETIME J 1

ence the miners. The Express acceptsthe --
The is firm and I j
note flat denialof
Great Britain's a assumed right to Securities Co. Now Has agents theory were German-Americans.and charges that The the Judge Long, in Superior Court, i MAKES STATEMENT TO I. N. S a

ings in Five Townships-
interfere with American commerce to strike spread today. Two hundred Declares Whisky Trust i

an extent that is not counterbal- Natal Grass Revolutionizing and thousand will be Must Exist in
fifty men out by City-
anced by the recognized rules of in- New York, July 17.Passengersaboard Says There Will Be No Recon-
The strike threatens
night. to
temationailaw.. ValuesOne crip- No Fines Entered the British passenger liner
ciliation but That He Hasas
ple the production of ammunition. ,
It is a vigorous statement that this Orduna, which reached here today,
government can not permit its commerce of the largest deals of the year Charleston, S. C., July' 17.Assistant said that a submarine attempted to Yet Made No
Russians Still
to be treated according to auto- was consummated this week when Retreating Fire Chief Morris was killed, and torpedo the vessel at 6 o'clock in the Move

cratic regulations of the British order Carl Dann sold J. Edson Andrews, of Petrograd, July 17.-The Russians driver Ricquett was fatally injured, morning of July 9, and failing in its

.. in council and various municipal de Chicago, a large tract of land in the are The retreating Germans have into reached northern Chiechanow Poland. ]Police Lieutenant Rhode and two pa- effort, fired six shells at the steamer, Atlantic City, N. J., July 17.-Harry -
crees. j trolmen suffered broken legs, and none of which took effect. K. Thaw tonight admitted that he
Conway district. It is understood front, forty miles from Warsaw. I I
Later the state department will' three j other policemen were seriouslyhurt I i will sue his wife, Evelyn Nesbit Thaw,
. that the sale aggregated some eightor The Kaiser's troops also are makinga
send a formal protest against the j today when the two automobiles VILLA RETREATS NORTHWARD for divorce.
seizure of more than 100 cargoes of ten thousand acres, which swells successful advance in the Baltic re- carrying the men collided while go- FROM ZACATECAS, BURN- I j i In a statement to the International
gion. The latest show the
American goods. the total acreage of the Ransom- reports j ing to a fire. Both machines were ING BRIDGES BEHIND News'' Service Thaw said:
Germans on an offensive along the ,
The summary of the note follows: Andrews interests to the neighborhoodof entire front. wrecked. There is nothing more to be said
"In view of the differences whichare 30,000 acres. Washington, July 17.-Villa has 'than what I said a year ago. There
understood to exist between the Judge Creates Sensation been driven out of Zacatecas, according will be no reconciliation (with his
It was indeed a signal victory for Italian Gain Two Passes
to a late dispatch to the state de- wife) and ultimately there will be
two governments as to the principleof Orange county's brick roads and general Rome, July 17.-It is officially Asheville, N. C., July 17.Just before a
law applicable in prize court pro- progressiveness, and in particular that the Italians have reported passing sentence upon twelve partment, and is retreating northward suit filed for divorce, but I have not

ceeding, in cases involving American for Orlando, because the proxim- two more important passes occupied in- convicted bootleggers here today, burning bridges and destroying retained any lawyer yet, nor have 'I
interests, and in order to avoid Judge Long created a sensation in railways. made any definite plans."
any i ty of the lands to, and their accessibility t the western part of the Trentino. In
misunderstanding as to the attitude from Orlando was one of the t the Carnic Alps there was fierce fight- superior court by declaring that there According to the message the occupation It is definitely known, howeyer,

of the United States as regards such chief elements in the selection of the ing in the fog and darkness the must be a whiskey trust or some similar of Zacatecas by the Carran- that Thaw has been gathering evidence -

proceedings, the government of the lands It is all the more gratify 1;.'.v crags. The methodical advanceof on secret organization in Asheville, zistas will be only' temporary, as the for the contemplated action for
United States informs the British I that Mr. Ransom and Mr. Andrews the Italians the Isonzo and: no fines would be entered againstmen city has been held in turn for long some time, through his attorneys,and
along
con- periods by all factions. that he believes he has sufficient
government that in so far as the interests selected these lands only after a careful tinues. convicted on this charge. I
of American citizens are con- examination of almost every available The twelve prisoners drew sentencesof The ultimate object of Villa, it is facts in his hands upon which to base

cerned it will insist upon their rights land proposition in a half dozen BASEBALL RESULTS from five to twelve months each on stated, is Mexico City, and he is making a successful suit.
under the principles and rules of international I different states. the county roads.CONDENSED. all arrangements with that end in Under the laws of Pennsylvania de-

law as heretofore estab- I The recent purchase will give the National League I. view. Special Agent Silliman advised sertion is a legal cause for divorce,

lished governing the neutral trade in I Orlando Securities Company, the com- New York 5-2, St. Louis 4-0; first CABLES the department today that passenger and it is possible that the action maybe
time of war without limitation or impairment 'pany which is now being organized, game 16 innings. trains are now running from Vera > begun at Pittsburgh on that account -

by orders in council or other I holdings in four or five different Brooklyn 3-7, Pittsburgh 5-3. London. Christakis Zographos, Cruz to Pachuca, near Mexico City. so as to avoid a scandal and

municipal legislation by the British townships, which constitute many va- Boston 3-3, Cincinnati 2-2. foreign minister of Greece, has re at the same time enable Thaw to

government, and will not recognizethe rieties of good soil, and hence they Philadelphia 0, Chicago 4. signed. King Constantine's physi- UNDERGOES OPERATION FOR thereby choose a gentler way of sev-

validity of prize court passages hope to be able to fill the needs of American League cians have ordered him to abstain APPENDICITIS I ering his marital relations with one

taken under restraints imposed by almost every customer.Mr. Cleveland 2-4, Washington 3-10. from all participation in political dis- whom he owes so much.

British municipal law in derogation of James B. Ransom, who will Chicago 4-4, Boston 6-0. cussions. Mrs C. D. Powell, of Winter Park,

the rights of American citizens un- have charge of the new company and i St. Louis 4, New York 3. Paris.-The Swiss federal council was operated upon yesterday at St.Luke's ROUMANIA WILL NOT ALLOW

der international law." of the sales organization, has sold and I Detroit 2, Philadelphia 1. has decided to prohibit exportationof hospital for appendicitis, and MUITIONS FOR TURKEYIN
according to late reports was doing THE COUNTRY
colonized some $2,000,000 worth of Federal League gold in any form.
Lusitania Crew Exonerated land in the Bitter Root Valley' of Montana Chicago 7-4, Brooklyn 6-5. Rome.-King Victor Emmanuel has very well. The operation was performed -

London, July .-"Torpedoes fired during the last six years, and Pittsburgh 8-7, Buffalo 5-2. signed a decree appointing Signor by Dr. C. D. Christ, assistedby London.-The correspondent at Co-
by a submarine of German 'national where seven years ago there warn Kansas City 6, Newark 3. Barzilai a member of the cabinet Drs. McElroy and Boone. Mrs penhagen of the Exchange Telegraph
ity" caused the loss of the Lusitaniaand practically an uninhabited country St. Louis 7, Baltimore 4. without portfolio. Signor Barzilai Powell is the wife of the cashier of company quotes the Vorwaerts as an-
the Winter Park bank.
its passengers, according to the there is now located one of the most Southern League will be appointed civil governor of nouncing:

findings of the court of inquiry appointed extensive apple and cherry orchard Little Rock 2, Atlanta 311; innings. Austrian territory occupied by the WHO "Roumania has emphatically re-
to investigate the disaster. developments in the United States. Chattanooga 3, New Orleans 12. Italians. STOLE SAM? fused to comply with Germany's de-

The court, announcing its opinion Mr. J. Edson Andrews is connected : Nashville 5-5, Birmingham 1-7. Lisbon.-Dr. Alfonso Costa, former mands to allow weapons and ammu-
today, held that no blame attached with the Irvington Land company, of Mobile 11, Memphis 1. premier of Portugal, is reported to Some one who is not a very great :nition to traverse Roumania for Tur
either to Captain Turner, commanderof Chicago, which built the town of Irv- South Atlantic League have passed the crisis of his illness. respecter of persons has swiped Sher- ;key. -
iff Gordon's faithful dog, "Sam," and
the vessel, or the Cunard Line, its ington, Alabama, near Mobile, and Albany 3, Columbus 6.
Orange county's chief custodian of
owners. colonized some 25,000 acres. The Irvington Columbia 3, Charleston 6. WORK PROGRESSING NICELY ON I OLD RESIDENCE BEING MOVEDTO
I the is anxious to have him
"In the opinion of the court," says Land company was the first Savannah 4, Augusta 12. I APOPKA ROAD peace very NEW LOCATION
the court, "the act was done, not company to exploit the Satsuma or- Jacksonville 5, Macon 9. returned. When last seen Sam was
wearing city tag license 154. Return
merely with the intention of sinkingthe ange in their region. County Commisisoner Starbird, o\\ I The old two story dwelling house
him to Sheriff Gordon and receive the
ship, but also with the intentionof Carl Dann to Represent Securities 12,000 ACRES ADDED TO TAFT Apopka, who was in Orlando yester reward. I which for years has stood at No. 106 .

destroying the lives of the peopleon Company LocallyIt DRAINAGE DISTRICTThe day looking after business matters, I West Pine street, has been bought by k

board." will be of interest to Mr. Dann's when asked about the road between YOUR VACATION PAPER Mrs. S. S. Jones, and she is having it '

The court held that the life boat many friends in Orlando that after a board of governors of the I Orlando and his home town, reported 'torn down and moved to her property ..

and life belt facilities were adequate; careful investigation, he has become Taft drainage district held a short the work as progressing nicely, and Readers of the Sentinel the about one-half mile south of town.
that the demeanor of the crew was sufficiently convinced of the merits session in Orlando yesterday morningand it was thought that the road would be are David Lockhart was the seller of the
kind who don't like
to miss of
copies
above all blame, and that the conduc and possibilities of the Securities added 12,960 acres to the drainage completed to the crossing of the old ,house, and J. H. Nolen is doing the
I the The will follow the 4
of the passengers, barring a sligh 'Company proposition to consent to district. The new addition is locatedin "Orange Belt" four miles from Apop subscriber paper. papers work of moving it to its new location. |
to vacation address if
panic when the steerage passengerscame represent them locally and work in the Shingle and Boggy creek sec ka, by Tuesday, the 20th, at which the office is notified.any See that the i iI I ,
on deck, was praiseworthy.The conjunction with their regular repre- tion. The total acreage of the dis time the road would be open to traf- or- :ARRESTED FOR STEALING HOGS rI
der to
change the address is sent in,
court also found that the ship sentatives. Mr. Andrews stated that trict is now 54,560 acres. fic. I _____ :
when you leave for your summer Va
was unarmed and carried a general if affairs materialize as they anticipate cation. I Three darkies were arrested late i

cargo of ammunition, consisting only it will be necessary for them to Friday afternoon by Sheriff Gordon, _
Uncle Sam's
of 5,000 cases of catridges, from have several representatives located New SubmarineCan SLIGHT CHANGE IN SCHEDULE :charged with stealing hogs in Hills- ,

which there was no explosion. here in Orlando during the winter borough county, and locked up in the *

season. However, they do not intend Cross Ocean and Return Commencing tomorrow, Monday, .Orange county jail. Deputy Sheriff
WINDERMERE BOARD OF TRADE to limit their activities to the July 19, trains over the Atlantic CoastLine Woodward came up yesterday afternoon J

AN ACTIVE ORGANIZATION winter season but will keep their of- will arrive and depart from Or and returned to Tampa on the r ;

fice open the year round. Bridgeport, Conn., July 17.-Simon In tests the new boat showed a lando as follows: 6:45 train with them. They gave
The Windermere board of trade ha Natal Grass, the "Alfalfa of Florida"t South bound No. 83 their names as Wm. Lawrence A
Lake inventor and builder of subma- speed of 14.7 knots on the surface and 3.:05 a. m.; Brad. t
a membership of 54. During the past; } Andrews believes that Natal rines for the United States govern- 10.7 knots submerged. She cost $450,- No. 89, 3:24 p. m.; No. 85, 6:00 p. m. Whittaker, and Joe Johnston. '
r few weeks donations have been made grass means a revolution of land val- ment, said today that experimentswith North bound-No. 82, 12:31 a. m.;

by members of the board and other ues in this section. He says that the new submarine G-3 had dem- 000.The G-3 is only 160 feet long, while No. 80, 2:43 p. m.; No. 84, 9:56 a.m. NEW SIX ROOM RESIDENCE IN t

residents towards a fund for the those who witnessed the rapid devel- onstrated that she can cross the At- seven new Lake submarines now being CONCORD PARKA 1
dredging of channels between Lake opment of the West, when, after the lantic ocean and return without stop- constructed for the United States CARISS IS IMPROVING

Butler and other surrounding lakes. introduction of alfalfa in the West, ping. She has a cruising radius of navy will be 350 feet long and pos handsome six room residence is to Abe a

From the subscription campaign $200 land values passed from a few dol-
was raised. The work on the channels lars per acre to a few hundred dollars The G-3 was built by the Lake Tor- than the G-3. They will use the new a broken leg while sliding down the Concord Park section of the city. The x,

has started and will soon be com per acre, will appreciate the sit- pedo Boat company of this city. Her engine. "The new boats will cost II toboggan at Wekiwa Springs where house will be nicely finished and will

pleted, making the lakes accessiblefor uation here in Florida, and the possi- extensive cruising radius is due to the $535,000 each and will be equippedwith I he was spending the week with the make a nice addition to the Park.

more than twenty miles. M. R bilities which Natal grass offers to efficiency of a new Swiss engine six torpedo tubes each," Mr. Tri-Mu class of the Baptist church i is

Vaughn, secretary of the board, was the state as a whole and to Orange which driyes the boat both on the sur- Lake said. doing nicely, and the prospects are NEW TILE SIDEWALK ON JACK

in Orlando yesterday.All county in particular, where the soil is face and under water, replacing both The United States government t I that he will recover speedily. SON STREET

peculiarly adapted to its cultivation. the gasoline engines heretofore usedto holds the specifications for the new

the popular music, and will No less an authority than C. V. drive submarine craft on the sur- engine, which burns heavy oil, and I THE WEATHER Practically a block of new tiled

order at once anything you want. Piper, agrastologist in charge -of the face and the electric motor used for American firms will be able to manu Florida: Generally fair today walk is being put down on East JJ

Curtis & O'Neal, book store. (Continued on page 6) undersea travel. facture them. I i Sunday; light variable winds. son street just east of Lake


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f i. MINUTES IN MANHATTAN THE AUGUST WOMAN'S HOME TO OUR FRIENDS IN DIFFERENT

I boys were the tallest COMPANIONIn CLIMES !
Sale
t New York.-How much does Italians the shortest. Among When everything goer backwardAnd Special

t man's house cost in New York? the Russians, Poles'and Bo the August Woman's Home Com- you feel all down and out

At first glance this looks like were the tallest and the Ger- panion, which is called "The .Vanity And you seem to have no interestIn
heaviest. what you're about,
. foolish question. New Yorkers Number," Anne Bryan McCall writesan Then turn around, and face about,
I and Monday
And troubles will soon Saturday
entitled "Valua- your go
ii apartment houses. The I OF ORLANDO, IS ONE interesting page If you'll think for just a momentOf
t and garden is a rarity. I THE DELEGATES ble Vanity" in which she makes the Orlando.
.
But by dividing the cost of point that pretty clothes and gentle Then when the weather is too hot, ,

apartment house by the number Fla.-In accordance with pleasures, if moderately indulged in, And you can't keep cool,

( ;family flats it contains we get by Governor Park are valuable' vanities, because they And you'd like to take a plungeIn
which be called the cost some quiet pool, Kingan Best Hams at Cost Price
thing may as official Florida delegate add to one's self respect. Then, my friend, if you're wonderingOf -
A householder's dwelling. International'Purity Con- a place you can go Wrinkled Peas lOc. Per Can
that it Alice Farnham Leader, a New York Sweet ,
this learn comfort,
: Figuring we Alfred Andrus will leave Where you can get some 4
cost $3,000 to house the average physician, writes an interesting arti- It's Orlando.
night for San Francisco, Vanilla Wafers, 3 Packages 25c
cle full of sound advice entitled
the
hattan family in new congress will convene July Then if the weather is too chilly, '
plans for which were filed in the "Health and Good Looks," containing And you can't get warm no way, Process Butter, 25c Per Pound
. six months of this year. This is I I another to the simple rules for the girl who wantsto And everybody complaining .
has delegate
drop from 1913, when the look her best. Roll in Lynde Hartt At the bills they have to pay Country Butter. Give us your orderas
great Rev. John B. Ley, of Or- Then, my friend, I want to tell you,
erage was $4,862.In is one of eleven delegates writes an interesting page entitled For its time that you should know, it fresh day t
Brooklyn the average cost President Wilson to "Let's Talk About the Weather," in That for a place of happy faces, we get every
r overing the heads of the by rep- which he tells how to guard against 'Tis Orlando.So .
I I United States at large.
house family is $1,300; in lightning, how to tell when it is goingto 1
of the congress is July 18 come ahead, and you'll get comfort,
; $1,600; in the Bronx, $1,800. I I rain, and so on. Anna Steese Richardson Health and happiness, if you buy
, Despite the war there is an makes another contribution to Where everything is lovely
ment house building boom. I her series entitled "Mrs. Larry's Ad- And the goose is hanging high;
SOX MAY GET SPRING Just bid farewell to all your fears, Our
Marvin Grocery Co4
apartment house plans filed for ventures in Thrift; Helen
( And bid your sorrows go,
G AT MIAMI
! first six months of this year in ;writes about "The New Crochet For you'll receive a hearty welcome
, city almost equalled in NEXT SEASON Work;" Caroline French Benton When you get to Orlando.B. I
greater I Gould.CHAMPION 6 and 8 East Pine Street
-
writes "The Summer Sea Festi-
s those of the whole year 1914. on
h The Chicago Americans I val;" A. L. B. King wries on "A Be- GUESSER PHONES 3 and 200 ORLANDO, FLA!;
ta i But just because we live in will train in Miami, Fla., fore-Bridge Luncheon;" and Robert

dwellings, it isn't safe to instead of California, as I Lane Wells makes another contribu-I
r
that there isn't plenty of foliage their custom President I tion to his "Alderbrook I Akron (Mo.) Times: Paul Fortuna, \
R I Eludson, is Summit county's champion Saturday and Monday SpecialWe
This is proved by the cry for announced today. Negotia- I Fiction is contributed by Holworthy License
i in the Hall, Margaretta Tattle Alice Barber guesser. He appeared before
just raised by the select order of : training quarters I
t' under I Stephens, Sylvia Chatfield Bates, Ma Clerk Charley Kerstetter Wednesday t
, susceDtibles.r city now are way. I ,
r fever weed is flourishing in seems to have all the bel Dill, Sophie Kerr, and MaryBrecht I' to ge a license 10- wed Grace Hove, \ are still In business at No. 47V.. Church St. A new

York Rag so luxuriously this year that and with nat-I' Pulver. thirty-five, also of Hudson." line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received since the fire!i

r hay feverites expect to give an and Havana and games 'I The regular fashion, cooking, youngpeople's asked."I"How. old are you? Kerstetter We are prepared to give our customers the best of prices an<4|
'White and other departments are
dubs the Sox
imitation of a machine gun I
t.r lent tack about August 15. plenty of practice," said :Mr. unusually entertaining and suggestive. guess fifty-two," Fortuna re- I service. NOtE THESE PRICES: a

"Swat the rag weed," is the 102.'J An. added feature is an unfinished plied."What month were you born in?" Sugar, 16 Ibs _________________$1.00 4 cans best Tomatoes _________25c

j cry, which Secretary Jerome of Hanner entertained his wife I story by Sophie Kerr. $100 in prizesare "I guess August." Best White Meat, per lb. ______127 c 3 cans best Kraut ______________25c

J United States Hay Fever offered for the best suggestion as "What day of the month?" Best Lard, per lb. 9c 3 cans best Hominy _____________25c
tion is asking every one to take daughters, of Orlando, at the should be concluded. "I guess about 20." Best Flour, per sack -:_________$1.00 2 cans Libby's Cherries _______.25c
and the board of health has ) last week. :Mr. Hanner is to how story "Were you married before?" I 5 gallons Best Coal Oil _________60c 2 cans Rosedale' Table Pelches25c

tL' a resolution officially abolishing the $15,000 school house here, Sentineland "I guess three times." 3 cans Best Corn _____________25c 5 Ibs. best Coffee ____________$1.00
pesky nose tickler. progressing nicely.-Tavares Advertise results.in the Morning 'Are any of your former wives liv- 3 cans best Peas _______________25cWe ,

,t... get ing?" have a new 60-H. P. Elmore Truck, and are better than

; "How long has bone-breaking" "I guess not." ever prepared to give the best service and quickest deliveries. \
a sight for ladies? or something

t that sort, remarked Shakespeare. ,,- JUDGE SHOCKED BY illS TOWN'S Watch the Sentinel for Specials every day next week. .

t liam was a bit old fashioned, ,rd DIVORCE RECORD J. W. BAKER, The man who makes prices right

he? If he would come to I Minneapolis' Minn.-For every five
right now he would find young I marriages in Minneapolis since Janu-

by the score enjoying the sight ary 1 there has been one divorce. Kentucky Grocery Co.
bone-breaking (by which -
This shows a tremendous increase in Phone 329
term he denominated wrestling), ; 1W the number of divorces, the ratio for 47 W. Church Street
one of our leading tango palaces.
the full year of 1914 being one divorce -
This is the latest thing in .
to every eight marriages.Get
attractions. Between free-for-alls Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

the fox trot and hesitation the news In the Sentinel first.

the enterprising manager of .
dance garden now purveys thirty

utes of heavyweight! grappling.GothamKnickerbocker is ., LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES CO.Our .


j of the Turk who asked- a rich
! why he danced when he could just I '
fi Florence Villa,from the best bearing
i well hire persons to dance for "' / budwood is selected from the well-known grove of Perrin&Thompson,
Baftow and let us
Come to
t The modern dancer improves on trees and the best bearing branches on those trees. Our root system is our pride.

the rich man and the Turk-he take you out and see our clean, healthy stock.

t es the latest clutches and then Furniture PROOFS FACTS
his arms about his buxom partner set satisfaction in
J Our trees cdipering a half inch and less are To the grove OWners there is a great
J' tries them himself. out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries knowing as his trees come into bearing that they are
I with the growing demand for strong, sanitary and service- calipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk-: the best, that each is true to name, from a parent

t In nine months the health ; it is ideal for the veranda, sun-parlor and cottage, ing away from them. We prove our claim of merit by stock that has a record for quantity and quality re-
ment weighed 10,000 New York and the result obtained by our knows who has Lake Gar-
\- as for the living room, den and library. The soft brown showing our wares insuring orders for us s u 1 ts' These things a man
These things are
children who asked for working customers. trees.
pers. The average weight of and beauty of design make a most pleasing contrast with the day by day. field Nursery

f girls was greater than that of severe and dark-toned furniture used in the past. GET OUR CATALOGThe

k boys by a slight margin, although i piece of Kaltex carries the maker's guarantee and we I Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog;it is more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece."

l former were a trifle shorter. I recommend it; call at our store and see the extra fine se- : You should have a copy. It rings true. what i
? The heaviest class of boys feel contact with a master's touch; you come to an appreciation of
moderate a
we are showing at unusually prices. When you read it you instinctively ,.
L those of Russian, Polish and
you should demand in a nursery tree. A copy free to you.
! mian stock. They weighed
B pounds. From this the weights I.

through Jewish stock, German HAND & SON Bartow: Florida
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The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specializedin
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from trees tested for their superiority.Your .
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quality is to be found by a careful inspection of our
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HARRIMAN-LAWRANCE TROTH I: MEETING TO DISCUSS CITRUS CAMPHOR INDUSTRY OF FLOR- "FLORIDA DAY" AT BIG EXPOSITION $13,000 OUT OF $20,000 STOLEN 18 ,$20,000 stolen from the Wallace

IS ANNOUNCEDNew CANKER IDA GROWING GREAT JULY 28 MONTHS AGO RECOVERED (Idaho) postoffice in December, 191 3,

Tallahassee, Fla., July 15.-Governor YESTERDAY is in the hands of federal postal -- t
the
of meet-
One most
York.-William Averell Harri- important The camphor industry in Florida, Trammell has been informed by spectors today and Clarence McDan-

man, eldest son of the late EdwardH. ings for the citrus industry in the his- which may be said to have begun in authorities in charge of the San Fran- iels, a former clerk in the office, is

Harriman, and prospective heir to tory of Florida was the conference 1905, has developed so greatly withina cisco exposition that July 28 has been J San Francisco, July 16.Thirteeni .under arrest here having confessed

one of the largest of American for- which was held in Jacksonville Monday single decade it is confidently ex- : set aside and designated as "Florida i thousand dollars of approximately I II the theft. I

tunes, is to wed. under the auspices of the newly pected that within a few years it will ; Day." At that time in a building se- I -

Charles Lanier, of the banking firm created Florida plant board, to con- be able to supply the demand for this lected for that purpose all Floridiansand
of Winslow, Lanier & Co., yesterday sider the best means of eradicating I their friends in attendance at the ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford
announced the engagement of his important gum in this country. The exposition will have a program suit-
jtts tiaughter, Miss Kitty Lanier canker in Florida. It was stated by bulk of the camphor now used here is able for the occasion. The governoris

Lawrance, daughter of the late Mr. E. L. Wartmann, a well known mem- imported from Japan. A single tract desirous that all Flordia citizens in to Jacksonville :
ber of the plant board, that it is
of of San Francisco at that time join to-
and Mrs. F. C. Lawrance, to young 1,600 acres camphor trees planted -
Mr. Harriman. The latter is not hoped to have some remedy and solu- in 1908 last year yielded over 10- gether in making of "Florida Day" a AND RETURN 1 1
tion worked out within the next forty
quite twenty-four years old. Miss 000 pounds of camphor gum in addi- great success. 1t
V days.
Lawrance is twenty-two and lives tion to the proportionate supply of '
The new board is made up of well' Guests I Ii
with her grandfather at No. 30 East oil. registering at the San Juan $ 7OO
Thirty-seventh street. known Floridians, who compose the This tract of land was planted by hotel'! yesterday included W. V. Knott,
state board of control with the addi-
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The announcement was not a sur .a celluloid factory, which is utilizingthe Tallahassee; Thos. E. Wilson, San- .
prise. Those familiar socially with tion of advisory members in the per- gum for its own purposes. An- ford; J. C. Woodward, College Park, i Including meals and berth }
sons of Dr. P. H. Rolfs L. S. '
Tenny,
Ga.
the pair have long noted their other company last year bought eigh- ; J. W. Cunningham, G. W. John-
companionship young and a few months of Orlando, and W. J. Crandon, of teen square miles of land in the same son, Birmingham; C. K. Alvarez, F. j I Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days

ago the secret came near being made Dade county. Mr. Crandon took the locality, and is rapidly planting it in M. Fulkerson, Jacksonville; C. A. Em-
initiative in his county and launcheda erson, Ocala W. L. Daetwiler Lake- LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER IOSCEOL. {
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public. In April last Miss Lawrance, camphor, 1,600 acres having been ;
while riding through Ninetysixthstreet movement when the disease first planted this year. land; J. II. Holcombe, B. Land, Jr., :J., i

from Central Park to River- made its appearance.-Ocala Banner. Enough seedlings are already on P. Roundtree, Tampa; W. C. Fussell, : ...

side Drive, was thrown at Columbus hand to plant nine square miles. Several Wildwood; F. Brangard, New York;
avenue. Her left hip was dislocatedand CHARMING SOCIETY EVENT AT methods, and also some new ma- Ben J. Simpson, Atlanta. I, Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M
WINTER GARDEN
she was slightly injured inter-\ chinery, have been devised for cam- A combination daylight and searchlight
trip
nally. Mr. Harriman was riding with phor production in Florida which will NEW STORE FOR APOPKA ,
her, and his extreme solicitude caused On Wesdnesday, July 14, Mrs. Geo. offset the cheap labor of Japan and Apopka, Fla.-F. S. Witherby is of 400 miles through the heart of Florida j
Schwantke, of Winter Garden, enter-
observers to ask if she was not his insure a sufficient profit.-Atlanta building a new store on the lot be-
fiance. The question was then met tained in honor of Miss Theresa War- Journal. tween the City Bakery and McLeod's Clyde St. Johns River Line
with diplomatic denials.In ner, of Orlando. The guests assem- residence.
bled at eleven o'clock Wednesday
spite of his youth, Mr. Harriman PINELLAS PEOPLE SOON TO .
morning. After of various
has for several years been an impor- games I VOTE ON $700,000 ISSUE ,
kinds had been played, partners were
tant figure in railroad and financial I f I 1 I Ii it ID 1! !I 1 I i
chosen for .I I
dinner, after which a lively l ; : I i t
St.
circles. When the elder Mr. Harri- Petersburg, Fla.-An issue of I I !f) '
Virginia reel was danced. Late in I I I Hll i'I
man died, in 1909, he left his entire $700,000 of bonds to build brick roads
estate of more than $50,000,000 to his the afternoon ice cream and cake was .and replace several wooden bridges I I I'' I f I ,
served by :Miss Mary Warner. The
widow, but it was said then that he ;,with concrete arches will be asked for I
had already provided liberally for all guests then departed for their homes, by the board of county commissioners II I I I : I II
thanking their hostess for most de- :
his children. Young Mr. Harriman a the election to be called at the
lightful day. The guests Misses &
when still at Yale (he was graduated were meeting scheduled to be held Thursday I
Kate and Lena Story, Bessie and
only two years ago) was made a director I! in Clearwater. I
Olive Michaels, Duris Dickerson, ,
in almost all' the large busi-
nesses of his father. Katherine and Edythe Sadler, Flor- I An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a I .
ence Smith, and Edna Thornton. .
He was born on November 15, 1891 safe investment.SCHOOLS I II ,
-the same day bis friend Vincent

Astor was born. He was educated at /"" IIIMryhI t
Groton School and then at Yale. I "'
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the railroad business and spent
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conducted on ,4 The school and I .,
the ground up. I
a system of prac- home buildings areticalidealathatmake I
Young Harriman was one of the
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most popular men at Yale. He is intensely for thorough men- I
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interested in rowing, and in tal, moral and phy. ,". ... equipped in every .
1913, when still an undergraduate, sical development. : respect. II The Motor of the u
was made head coach of the varsitycrew I

after he had spent a long period The beautiful campus is located about 1200 feet I

in England studying the rowing above sea level in the ideal climate of the Blue ,
methods of .the .
Britons.Unfortunately
that crew was one Ridge Plateau. Only 8 miles from Atlanta, the II I I ,

of the six that lost in successive years Southern center of education and culture. .
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r for the Blue, but, undeterred, Mr. Careful, individual attention is given each student, and 1 1f 1fl

Harriman kept his services and his each instructor has twelve students under his direct I I IIII. II
money at the disposal of Yale aquatics supervision for safe-guarding and night study. I

and none was happier than he t
when the Elis won under the tutelageof Thorough courses are offered for Classical I I Ii
Guy Nickalls. Engineering and Commercial study.The .

Another favorite spor f his is efficient Military Department is in charge of a U. S. Army of "TWIN-SIX"
breeding, training and cing trot- ficer, and has the distinction of being one of the few schools "Es III.fl
ting horses. His int est in that pecially Commended for progress" by the U. S. War Department.

made him president of the Goshen For interesting, illustrated literature, address: i '

Driving club, and he has taken part COL. J. C. WOODWARD, A. M, Pre., IT HAS TWELVE CYLINDERS ,
in many contests in the about COLLEGE PARK. GA.
country .
Arden, N. Y., where the Harriman I each of 3-inch bore by 5-inch strokearrangedin

estate is. twin sets of six, at an angle of 60 degrees. -

New Miss York Lawrance society made about her four debut years in Where Shall I Go To School? It yields the most even torque obtainable in -

The date of the
ago. marriage was
not mentioned in the announcement FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR I THE STATE UNIVERSITY a gasoline motor and thereby provides the

yesterday. Tallahassee WOMEN, Fla. I Gainesville, Fla. greatest flexibility of action possible in a

THOMAS HOME ME\'S Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the motor car.
FROM AD. largest and best Universities of the
best and
colleges universities in the "
CONVENTION IN CHICAGO country. North and East. It has the vibrationless balance of the "Six, a

Modem buildings and equipment that results from
; plus the greater activity
Tampa, Fla.-Jefferson Thomas, all modern conveniences. 378 students last session. Total enrollment ,
head of the Thomas Advertising Ser- 437 students regular term; 163 630, including Summer reducing the weight of reciprocating parts

vice, of Jacksonville and Tampa, is session summer 636.Tuition term. ; total enrollment last I School. one-half and doubling the number of impulses II I -

again in the city attending to busi- Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per revolution.
ness and greeting friends, after hav- mal School. I semester for law. per II' I

ing attended the sessions of the Asso- For Catalogue and information, For further information, address It makes possible a shorter, lighter car, with I
ciated Advertising Clubs of the World, writeEDWARD I
CONRADI, President. A. A. MURPHREE, President.ItltliiMiililtllHltlliilMltMHIiaiMIMMttMMM. shorter sacrificinganf
held recently in Chicago. The sessions I

Mr. Thomas says, were very roominess, comfort and luxurious'I''I '
enjoyable and beneficial. 'II
ness, in both open and enclosed ,
He declares that general business
conditions are improving in the sec- J ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMYST. which Packard owners have become accus- ( I I

tion he visited.Specials.
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA tomed. I

for Saturday Established 1866 It makes the new Packard master of every Ii j ,

situation, whether that situation demands ,

and High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of and tractable action in
MondayFancy Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and the smoothest most I
non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly the fastest great-
town or getaway .
car
usage ,
equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy I
location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em- est hill-climbing ability and maximum speed
Patent Flour bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education. ..
24 lb. sack ______95c. to $1.20 Music, Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate. in all-road driving.

12 lb. sack _______4at3 60c For full particulars, write
Irish Potatoes, peck, 15 lbs. SISTER SUPERIOR. Arrange to drive the car yourself. The experience will I 4

Old ___________________2oc .11,11,11,1111.11.1,11111.1,111111111.1111111111. revise your present ideas of motor car sufficiency. .

New __________________30c I
Kingan Breakfast Bacon, lb.20c The 7-35:'Wheelbase 135 inches. Thirteen styles of open and II 11.

Lard in Pails, No. 10 _____$1.00 U-- enclosed bodies. Price,with any open body,f.o.b.Detroit,$2,950 "

Lard in pails, No. 4 --______40c The 1EaJet The 1-25-Wheelbase 125 inches. Nine styles of open and enclosed .

3 cans Soup for ___________23c I. bodies. Price,with any open body,f.o.b.Detroit, $2,600 f'
Scratch Feed, Meal and Grits OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY :

7 pounds for ___________25c 1
SAN JUAN GARAGEOrlando
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
dozen _
Country Eggs, per _25c
Washing Powders, 5c. size, FRESH AND SALT MEATS

7 packages for __________25c Kept under the best sanitary condition Florida
Sweet Potatoes, per peck35c Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh *. I

Grape Juice per bottle, pints25c and pore. I

Quarts ________________oOc We mete inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

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i I beg to thank you for the promptness in disposing of my My only regret is that I only bought one lot in Colonial Hills
t property in Orlando; should I decide to reinvest I know of no last winter, I had no idea that it would build so quickly.L. .
other place that offers better opportunity than Orlando, and I C,. Philadelphia Pa. ,
f know of no real estate firm that I would rather do business with.
A. BL B., Brooklyn. You will probably be interested to know that I have sold the
t lot that I purchased from you two years ago at $350.00 for $1250,
t Do the banks stay open in Orlando in summer? Please mail I don't consider that bad; Orlando for me.
.. me a green book. E. B. Convoy, 0.
E. W., Georgia. \
( While in Florida last year I stopped over in your city and
Notice by the papers that you made 368 sales in 1914; do you was very much pleased with the City and surroundings and especially c
attribute such good business to advertising, salesmanship, or just with Colonial Park, where I understand your firm have
naturally bargains. sold 32 New Jersey people. Being from New Jersey I am of course
G. W., Fall River, Mass. interested. Please mail booklet.
J. C. Newark, N.J.
p In looking the situation over in Orlando I find that the cityis

rapidly growing northeast. I also noticed that the elevation is Is it true that Orlando has more brick streets, more automobiles -
very much higher than any other direction, and would be pleasedto more sidewalks, more lakes, more shade trees, more brick
have you mail literature regarding Colonial Hills. buildings, than any other city in Florida for its size. We hear a
B. :M., Spring Lake, N. J. great deal of Orlando, and the Carl Dann Real Estate Co. Please

mail Booklets. ".
Notice by the Orlando papers that there has been seven H. W. B., Freeland, Penn.
houses built in Colonial Hills since November; also that you have t
\.-. had water, gas and electricity put in; that's fine, it looks as Since I bought the lots on Colonial Drive, east, I hear you .,.,,-
though Colonial Hills will be another Concord Park where the .. have clayed the street; also built sidewalks. i have great con
small investor made big profits. fidence in your promotion, in the northeast part of Orlando.C. .
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NAPOLEONIC MEMORIESIn the Persian wars of antiquity, beck- STOP WORK BEFORE YOU ARE WATERMELON SEASON COMING It is said that the Mississippi river The American cotton crop of nine-

oned to a new Greece, and Smyrnahad TOO TIRED TO A CLOSE is only ten feet wide and ten inches teen fourteen reached 16,134,930-the
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the month that saw the hun- t deep when it flows out of Lake
become the prize of Greek inter- largest ever produced. If placed end
dredth anniversary of Waterloo the In the August Woman's Home Three car loads of exceedingly fine j Itaska. That river resembles some
vention.Go to end, would reach half around
1 It's mouth holds than its way
men. more ..
attention of the world was naturallyand watermelons sent out the
were over
Companion, Margaretta Tuttle writes
back to 1813 in the hours be- I I I head. the world.
inevitably turned to the parallel fore Austria entered and it is possi- a fiction story entitled "The Runaway !Atlantic Coast Line yesterday by Mr.J. -- - ---
between the situation in the Europeof ble to see how Europe then felt. Na- Rest Cure," in which a physician givesa W. Graves, of Ocoee, to Waycross,
1915 and that of the first years poleon was still the unconquerable patient the following good advice: !Ga., where they will be diverted to I'BIG AUCTION SALE
of preceding century.. captain. The Russian disaster had "'It is not the brain, nor the char- :other markets. The melons were
coming of Italy into the struggle but incidentally shaken the legend of acter that suffers first from over-I'grown on one of Mr. Graves' placestwo I' OF CHOICE TENNESSEE .
in the last days of May contrib- French invincibility which had filled work, but the body; and it is miles east of the city, and were I
uted much to making this parallel.In the continent for twenty years. The I I til after the body has rendered up its !I''of the Excel variety. This shipment I HORSES AND MULES !
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sum Italy had enlisted because subsequent victory of Dresden was excess vitality-its youthfulness was the last that he will make this
v Austria had declined to cede to her one more in the sequence which beganin 1 I I that the nerves begin to pay toll. j j season. Mr. Graves cultivated two
the Italia irredenta. Men now recalled far-off Valmy two decades before.J I You are not yet at that place; you hundred acres in melons this year and
that in 1813, when Napoleon From Moscow to Madrid, from Calais I I are simply physically tired. But this I he is planning to double the acreagea
was fighting desperately but still suc- to the Holy Land, the soldier of the tire is dangerous, because it is the I year hence.APOPK.l .
cessfully his war on the two fronts- Revolution and the Empire had warning that the limit of your physical -,
in Spain and in Germany-when he marched from victory to victory. support is nearly reached. We I PLANT IMPROVED I t
had opened the 1813 campaign with Yet great as was the tradition of are coming to learn the value of fatigue -
victories at Lutzen and Bautzen, Aus- victory, splendid as was Napoleon's as a warning. Those who do Apopka, Fla.-A. is!. Starbird recently -
tria, still neutral, had demanded the genius-and his campaign of 1814 the best work stop just before theyare had the grounds about the elec-
Illyrian provinces as the price of neu- was perhaps his finest-the uprisingof tired.'' tric light and water plant cleared off 1 .-,
trality, and these Illyrian provinces 1813, the coalition of Europe and leveled down so that it now pre-
'i included Trieste, Flume, Dalmatia. against France, had already doomed ORLANDO IS NOT ONLY CITY TO sents almost a garden-like appear- 17 J
Like Francis Joseph, Napoleon had. the Napoleonic regime. Today the RECEIVE RAIN ance, all that is lacking being the
declined to make the sacrifice and in : coalition against Germany, Austria, Lima, 0., July 16.-The Ottawa plants and foliage.
a few months Leipsic, the great "Bat- !.'and Turkey is far more colossal than river today flooded Lima, driving fam- 1
tle of the Nations," where Prussians, that which overthrew Bonaparte.Sea ilies to the higher portions of the city TYPE LICE ,
Austrians, Swedes, Russians stool in power, the ammunition factories, and tearing out bridges and viaducts. I TEN HORSES I TEN MULESTen
line against the French emperor, put and the supplies of neutral nations, More than 200 homes were under The management of the Alligatorhas This will be a grand collectionof High-Class Mules with
an end to the Napoleonic dream of added to those of British and French water. discovered a new and rare species high class Tennessee Horses shape and quality, in fact there
world empire-to "world power," as :colonies, the resources of Africa, Towards Elida, farmers report the of type lice in its galleys. Any students -I and :Mules coming direct from will be mules of all sizes to se- "
Bernhardi has put it-marked the be- ;' Asia, Australia, and the Americas, water was higher than in the big flood interested in zoology and first the breeding farms. They are all lect from. They can be seen and ,
ginning of that swift downfall that the wealth in money and of men at i of 1913. Wheat is almost a total hand nature study will be shown these thoroughly broken and ready for I driven by all intending buyers. ,
was in but a brief time to come at I the command of Paris, Petrograd, and loss. Only one fatality has been re rare insects if they call at the proper immediate use, among which can Exchanges or private sales will ,
Fontainebleau.With London| give to the foes of the Teutonic -I ported. time of the day.-Florida Alligator. be found a number of Good be made any time before the
the arrival of Italy on the empires an advantage which Na-
Farm Teams, Farm Mares and Auction Sale opens. Every
battle lines of what was now, at !poleon's conquerors lacked. general purpose Horses. Also Horse and Mule must and shall
least, the Grand Alliance, this situa- !! It would be idle to attempt to press Easy To Open, Easy To Close I some good useful Livery and be sold without reserve, to the
tion of 1915 fairly reproduced that of the parallel home. German spirit is :Road Horses. highest bidder.
1813. Napoleon's victories in eastern far more united, determined, confi- Dust Proof Moderate In Price I Itr1 ''
Germany were but lesser profit com- dent in 1915 than French in 1813 or 'MONDAY JULY 19 1915.
pared with Mackensen's sweep 1815. No one could believe that the ,
through Galicia, his recapture of arrival of an Allied army in a Ger-
Przemysl as great a triumph as Na- man city would have the consequencesthat J. B. Magruders, Jr., Stables
poleon's similar success at Dresden. followed the coming of the British !
But Napoleon defeated his foes onlyto to Bordeaux in 1814. No internal p..- 0 ORLANDO, FLORIDA a
face new armies-a continent in revolution yet threatened in Germanyand r (iii ..... The Auction Sale starts Promptly at 1:00 p.m., Monday, July k
arms-and who could longer doubt it was French weariness of war 19th, 1915 when every horse and mule will positively be sold to
that Germany, with her crippled Aus- that finally doomed Napoleon. Yet, the HIGHEST BIDDERS, Magruder's:: Stables, Orlando, Florida.
trian ally, was to face similar odds? with the memories of Waterloo in all o The above horses and mules will be at the Stables, Friday, July
Russia, Great Britain, France, Ser- men's minds, neutral observers looked M A t y >0: 16th, where they can be seen and tried. 1
, bia, and now Italy were in the field. out upon a Europe again in battle L. E. BATES & SON *
In the Bajkans the battle for neutral- array from the Urals to the Channel, "..i t-rJ i
ity, lost at Rome by Prince von Bue- from the Baltic to the Adriatic, and o a _.
low, was now being waged at Bucharest marvelled at the resemblances, t.JOur "ta ds
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at Athens, at Sofia. But in the haps drew hasty conclusions from the
Roumanian and Greek capitals mobs superficial likeness between the con- s
are already demonstrating in favorof ditions in the two centuries.From"Four .
war. "The street" was shoutingas War Fronts in June," by FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES, 35 cents A BASKET
it had spoken decisively in Rome Frank H. Simonds, in the American Eola Box Fileis The Free Stone Bells and Elberta. See me for crate lots for '
and Milan. For the Roumanians the Review of Reviews for July. preserving and canning. My price is right.
collapse of Austria promised territo-
CHICKENS HENS AND FRYERS 18c. to 25c. pound.
a
rial gains nowhere else obtainable, Mrs. Strother and little daughter, the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Telephone -
FRESH EGGS 25c. dozen.
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and Banat. For Greece the ancient length in Orlando, guests of Mrs. W. S. BRANCH
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DAY TO RESOLVE tribution.To At The Churches i -c-

THE ASSOCIATED be of some use to those sufferers I

south FRIDAY, JULY 23. near at hand and living within a

Associated Charities short distance of you is far nobler GERMAN EVANGELIC LUTHERAN

::. than to assist those unfortunates in CHURCH ,
W. C but a short time. Services Sunday, July IS, 2 p. m., I A
of and directed by distant countries who have been made at Seventh Day Adventist building. :

Entered who have enjoyed for destitute by the curse of bloodthirsty Vest Central avenue. ,
N
ida as the unreserved confidence and power-incensed monarchs.A L. Wambsganss, pastor. jo i ON'AE UPW ARDj

public. It is domi noted theologist has said: "If FIRST METHODIST- CHURCH I D

Daily Daily., 6 1 inclined and Christ were in our homes he would Corner :Main: and Jackson streets. i

Daily 3 men and women expel the spirit of worldliness. He John B. Ley, pastor. I
D1IL 1 Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
could not countenance excess in so-
is to rectify social
Preaching 11 a. m., by Rev. Smith
o
Weekly. 1 worthy poor people, give called pleasure. He would rebuke us lardin, presiding elder.

ALL suffering families and to if we lavished gifts upon ourselvesand Senior League, 6:45. This service
were heedless of the aboutus. will be followed by a League evening.See .
homes with spirit- ." poor program elsewhere.Ladies' The March of Progress Must

and to instill firmer Aid Society, Monday, 3:30p.

ftdvertlslnK Copy courage into the o m. Never Halt

office of fortunate men and wo I DAXX SELLS HUGE TRACT OF Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p.
the day m.
to LAND IX CONWAY DISTRICT Sacred Concert .

invariable inhabited by more than Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock,

In many respects Or- (Continued from page 1)) at the M. E. church, a sacred concert
tinued : will be given under the auspices of
other cities
the date superior to bureau of plant industry of the department the Epworth League. The following
continued as it is known in the interesting program has been arranged Always Onward
on til* of agriculture at Washington -
is considered. Orlan- :
Telephone states that Natal grass is the Selection by Sunday school orchestra -
are not numerous as
best hay crop for Florida, and that an ; hymn, by congregation: ; prayer; Always UpwardThis
other cities. A small average of from three to five cuttingsper scripture reading; solo, Miss Alta
of men in this city are Wright; selection by church choir, accompanied -
is obtained and
Many ) and there are year an averageof bv trumpets; organ solo,
one ton per acre per cutting. This Mr. C. E. Wade; mixed quartet, Mrs.
a good and children,
compara hay, which analyzes favorably with V. De\\ tt. :Miss Eliza Wright, Mr.
mer without any visible Frank Smith, and :Mr. Geo. Bensch- store-its salesforce-its wares-its policies, all
back at timothy, brings from $22 to $28 a bach; selection by orchestra; hymn, reflect the happy, healthy, hopeful spirit of progress.In .

cities of like size as ton in the local market. The Tampa by congregation; League benediction. this ad we quote a number of merchandise induce-
Daily Tribune estimates the cost of
A are ten families in des- FIRST BAPTIST-0-- CHURCH ments, each one represents a unit through which we gen-
growing this to be less than $5
grass
lone man to one family in Rev. Edward T. Poulson, I). D., generate a desire to trade here.
100 per ton. It is perennial, reseeds itself Mr. George W. Phillips, director
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up warm climate for twelve pastor.
and does not winter-kill. of the choir. Mr. Wm. Branch, WHITE EMBROIDERED DRESS FLOUNCINGS-
have
coal to buy, less clothes Diversified Farming the Best J r., organist. 45 inches wide, sold up to $12.50 for Pattern, at the II

fairs. comfort, and less per Mr. Andrews thinks that Orange All services at this church will be I exceptionally: low price for full Dress Patterns.
due to the peculiar con- full of interest, and the public is most
county is just entering a new era in cordially invited to worship with us.
The society, Orlando is
the history of its development. He Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; :Mr. C.M. Saturday and Monday Per

in not having de advocates diversified farming, including Tichenor, acting: superintendent.Public .
Ways of her for support hun- worship at 11 a. m. and 7uO Pattern $4.98
the raising of hay and of good
on the in stricken condi- p. m., with the pastor in charge. Subject -
breed cattle and hogs, in addition to of morning sermon, "Jesus and
the vitality of a city
citrus fruit and truck, as the surest the Multitude." Evening sermon, "The
Some it an ominous aspect of Returning Prodigal." Special musicat
road to success. BANDINGS to match the above patternsAt -
both services.
cause less than
Orlando is no exception. The ordinance of baptism will be half-price
change. 1 CARL DANK HAS UXIQUE ADVERTISEMENT administered at the evening hour.B. .
other -worthy families- IX TODAY'S Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., Saturday and Monday Per
when who need attention and as- in Baraca hall; Miss Claudia DeLa-
SE\"TI\EL-READ IT
are men and boys ney, president. Yard. 29c
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gain higher ideals by re-
Now On another page of this morning's FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev.

nified his from an or- Sentinel will be found a full page ad- Jno. W. Stagg j: D. D., pastor.
as the Orlando Asso- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
and there are many vertisement of the Carl Dann Real O'Neal, superintendent.Men's COLORED VOILES, CREPES AND BATISTES- >
score of I Estate Company. This is Bible class at 9:45.
company
sheer
children who deserve ad- These include our very finest fabrics, soft,
ing to making a rather unique offer which Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
and who can not Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. voiles, snowy, crinkled crepes, bestrewn with em-
essential ministrations they explain on that page. Ten para- broidered dots or flowers, sold from 35c. to 75c. yd.
It is graphs of letters written to the com- m.A most cordial invitation is extended -

persons are bestowed upon them pany from people interested in the the public to all services.CATHOLIC Saturday and Monday Per
effort from a systematic
San Colonial Hills property which the -0-
relief promoted by a CHURCH
is company is now boosting, are Yard 17
reproduced
organization. Mass at 6:30 a. m. Mass and sermon c
have to in the advertisement, and the : at 9 a. m. Benediction after
treat and correct cer-
proposition is that to the first person I mass.
conditions known to exist
-
One sending in an answer stating correctly -
financial aid is impera- CIIHSTIASCIECE SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES-
of end and for the purpose which of the ten was written by a Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser- Now is the opportune time for housewives, hotel,
woman will be given a year's sub- vices at 11 a. m.; subject, "Life." .
in the Orlando Asociated Wednesday evening service at 7:45. and rooming house keepers to lay in their supply of
grain
to
scruption weekly printedin
any paper
creased South.'V a sound financial basis Third floor corner South Orange sheets and pilliow cases for the year; these are prod-
Orlando and in
governors has issued an $5 gold. avenue and Church street. Entranceon ucts of the best mills in the United States, size Six
over All of the. letters are signed by initials Church street.
public for general as- 90, regular 85c. value.
year's only and the person who wins -()-
els. the matter of raising will either have to have considerable ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
board has designated Fri The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. Saturday and Monday Each 69c
knowledge of the feminine mind and Seventh Sunday after Trinity.
as the day for a concen-
The the questions which one of the fairersex Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.

ful lest to raise money for prop would be most likely to ask when Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
out the ideals of the or- Morning prayer, 10:30 a. m. PILLOW CASES-
Bug" seeking a new location, or he must
Sermon, ordination and the Holy
cal just use the old method of deciding a Communion, 11 a. m. 42x36, regular 15c. value

nursing 23 r. systematic house-to- troublesome question by closing his Evening prayer, 7:30 p. m.

f months will be conducted by eyes, shuffling the paragraphs in a Rev. B. W. Soper, of liucna Vista, Saturday and Monday Each lOc
Orlando's charitable or- is to be ordained priest at the 11
several and hat, and grabbing the first one his o'clock service, Bishop Mann preaching -
Every man woman
and the
hand touches. the ordination sermon.
is urgently requested to
to come. LADIES' VESTS AND UNION SUITSAt -
work of for the EPISCOPAL CHURCH
caring ST. JOHN'S
in Orlando. MR. AND MRS. ROWLAND AND (Colored) extremely low prices, The Dickson-Ives Policy-

I IT SOX DEPART OX AUTO TOUR Corner Pine and Terry streets. "lowest in the city."

a contribution on July Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., vicar. Prices have striking examples in the following underwear -

Many not be approached again Mr. and Mrs. Robt. S. Rowland, of Seventh Sunday after Trinity. specials:
This is feature Morning at 8:30 a. m.
a prayer
why the New Lucerne hotel, and their son, Ordination service at 9 a. m., at Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits, Keyser Drand-

marines secure universal approba- Mr. Marshal Rowland, who was at which time the Rev. E. Irvine Geor- $1.50 value, Saturday and Monday for ________$1.39

ships. days of solicitation the the wheel, left Orlando yesterday ges, deacon, will be advanced to the $1.25 value, Saturday and Monday for _________96c

;} has no killed too often by nag- morning for an automobile trip sacred order of priesthood by the $1.00 value, Saturday and Monday for _________89c
Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D., who
This will be
E_ not through Georgia, the Carolinas and will preach the ordination sermon. 75c. value Saturday and Monday for__________59c

r another. be the Associated Chari- part of Tennessee. They expect to The candidate will be presented by 65c. value, Saturday and Monday for __________49c

4' of ships visit Nashville, Hendersonville, and the Very Rev. Henry Rutger Remsen, 50c. value, Saturday and :Monday for___________39c
and purposes of the or- dean of St. Luke's Cathedral. for ________25c
and other
from have been given to Waynesville, points in the Sunday school and Bible class fol- I 35c. value Saturday and.Monday
- is very you mountains of North Carolina, and will lowed by children's vespers at 3 p. m. Ladies' Gauze Vests- .

vocate. Orlando newspapers; you return by way of Atlanta, Ga. They i Choral evensong and sermon at 7:30p. lOc. value Saturday and Monday for______ 2 for 15c

that there are conditions were well equipped for the trip and m. The public is cordially invitedto 15c. value Saturday and Monday for ______2 for 25c

KEEP which must be bettered, intend to make it in easy stages, stop- these services.DR. I 25c. value, Saturday and :Monday for, each _____19c

TilE be asked to contribute ping over at any places that take SWIFT'S NEW RESIDENCE I 35c. value Saturday and Monday for _____3 for 85c .
You will be asked once,
One their fancy. Jacksonville was their WILL BE GREAT ADDITIONTO
Pine"-' be informed of the reason
objective point yesterday. ORLANDO
cftfied and a contribution of cop-

should be made without
J. act VOTE OF THANKS TO MAYOR What will be when finished one of Men's Furnishings
in
Promptness giving
on the SPERRY FOR DONATIONOF Orlando's most attractive residencesis

cause will dispel con- LOT that of Dr. M. B. Swift, of Fall The world's renowned perfect fitting suits-Hart
make the labor of the
east. River, Mass., who has purchased prop- Schaffner & Marx-this season's purchase, broken lots

better financial committees com- The trustees of Concord Park Sun- erty on Hillcrest avenue and begun only, in blue and black French serges, Tweeds, in a goodvariety

easy. day school, in behalf of the people of the construction of an up to date of colors, sold up to $25.00.
funds their dis
enters at Concord Park, wish to express their winter home.

The Associated Charities can thanks to Mayor Sperry for his gen- This new residence will be absolutely For Saturday and Monday $10

west or sociological problems in a erous kindness in donating to them a modern in every particular and no

there and systematic manner. fine lot on Amelia avenue as a site fora expense is being spared to make it a SPECIAL PRICES ON PALM BEACH SUITS-

serious : the problem of caring chapel. They expect to build in the model of comfort and beauty. The The popular selling suit for summer.
people will again
the law poor near future. house will be two stories in height,

are shape it has taken in the Signed: Charles Vaughn, Alonzo the upper story containing five large $6.50 and $7.50 I

motto benevolence upon Morey, Andrew Harris, trustees; W. airy bedrooms and three baths. On II

keep to and undeserving poor, W. Wells superintendent.A the lower floor will be a large hall, I
bestowed the unfor-
-4 upon
living room, sun parlor, dining room,
a few of the more fortu
POST CARD FROM HENRY kitchen, pantries, etc.
IS the charitable work di- BENEDICT The house will be covered with I
A under organized man-
: redwood shingles which will be painted -

last supervision the entire H. Benedict drops the Sentinel a a gray tint, the body of the house

volume resolve itself into one of post card from Sayville, L. I, the itself will be finished in a dead white LioksollIvesf

acted simplicity. wireless station there having been tone. This will make a very pleasingand

T sides Sunday the world over. In recently taken over by the U. S. navy artistic effect.

are fighting because bar- i department. Mr. Benedict writes: The grounds surrounding the house

militarism has corrupted "Latest news just received. Warsaw will be improved with beautiful

cles. the newer light of civ- taken. Calais captured. Italians de shrubs and flowers. .DP[ ARTMNT[ STORE.

1 enlightenment. By con- feated. A la Hindenberg, H. Bene- ...

well to the sufferers in Belgium, dict." The reverse side of the card BIG SALE TOMORROW ...
and Germany you FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
you shows the wireless station. Elsewhere in today's Sentinel will ORLANDO'S
the unfortunate sufferers service of never-failing cour-
cent. be found the advertisement of the big The Store of true ,
to of a malicious and cor- GRAPES OX MARKET of trustworthy mer-
auction sale of Tennessee horses and tesy, of fair dealing,
of autocratic debauchery. tJ
in
ner mules. The sale will start tomorrow chandise, at right prices
gave monetary assist- and Thomas
tinues Scuppernong
grapes
morning at the stables of J. B. Ma-
sufferers this is a have made their appearance in the
Court street, at 1
gruder, Jr., on
ctiy you should resolve to gener- local markets. t
well broke
o'clock. The stock is all
the Associated Charities'
in
and ready for imme-
and acclimated
;" which will cal SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for =1 F

in the Friday, July 23, for a con- special attraction. 7-13-t diate use.

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GRANDTOMORROW 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m.

_ SOCIAL AND CLUB CALENDAR won by D. Igou, Everett Krugsman, Admission 5 Cents
A. Tucker, Durey Meadows, A. Williams -
Monday July 19. and K. Calvert.
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Missionary Society of the Baptist .III'IIIIIIII'I
church.-Mil meet at 3:30. -- MONDAY'S PROGRAM FOR BRACELETS
,." yne&day, July 20. SOCIETY NOTES Kaybe. "His Brother's Keeper.:' A
Mrs. Allan Weathersbee hostess to OF INTEREST. drama in two parts.
the Junior Matrons. Next Sunday evening the Triangle Princess. "The Skinflint." Give A Friend-Ship LinkWith
Wednesday July 21. Beauty. "Her Really Mother."
Bachelor Girls, Miss Jean Person Society will hold its regular monthly Five cents to all.
v hostess. devotional meeting at the Methodist your initials on, to all you are churning with, and receive one
Thursday, July 22. church. The meeting will be in chargeof H in return.
Kit Rare Klub will picnic at Camp ON TIlE STORK SPECIALTo
"IN THE HANDS OF THEJURY"
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Flonuzea. the Baptist branch of the society,
Subscription dance at the Country ,. and a fine program is being arrangedby o Sterling Silver Friend-Ship LinksWith
Club. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. McCullora, 0
Miss Claudia DeLaney for the oc-
casion. There'will be an especially A Kalem special feature com- 626 West Church street, a baby boy. your initials engraved on same, costs but twenty-five cents;
BAPTIST CHURCH attractive musical program, one of To Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pepper soon you have an attractive bracelet, and a valuable keepsake.
VESPER SERVICE.The plete in two parts. 207 West Church
a baby girl
the numbers of which will be a selec-
vesper service at the Baptist tion by the Baptist male quartette

church this afternoon at 4:30, prom- which is composed of the following' Cyril A. Vivian, one of Orlando's

ises to be one of great musical value, well known local singers: Claude popular young men, will leave today ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS ,
and should be heard by every music Strong, first bass; G. W. Phillips second HEARST SELIG NEWS, No. 37 for Miami where he will have chargeof ,

lover in the community.As bass; Henry Symonds, first tenor, all the the abstract branch of the Tatum 11
is well known, the accoustic and A. P. Curry, second tenor. There Portraying important Brothers Realty Investment company. ===0= .d
properties of the auditorium are most are about one hundred and fifty mem- events of the day. Cyril has a host of friends in Orange
excellent, and the numbers have been bers of the Triangle Society, and county who join the Sentinel in wish-
carefully chosen to bring out the best every one is requested to make arrangements ing him success and unbounded pros- Remember, two coats of Patton's
qualities of two of Orlando's favor- to attend this service. perity.Dr. Velumina gives results equal to three ..
ite or four coats of ordinary flat wall
singers.
"A MADCAP ADVENTURE"A paints. Remember it needs no sizeor
These services are under the aus- ADDITIONAL LOCALS H. B. Cartiight arrived in Or- surfacer flows easily, shows no
pices of the young men's Bas aca class Clever Vitagraph Comedy.The lando laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
and the silver offering at thu close of yesterday afternoon from uniform tone, and dries with a film,
Robert Johns and sister, Miss An-
Louisville, Ky. where he and Mrs. washable and durable.
the program will go into their treas- nie, left yesterday afternoon to visit Cartright are spending the summer. Agents for high-grade varnishes,
relatives in Fort Meade. The doctor paints and wallpaper.
ury.The complete program follows Best Balanced Bill in the owns a valuable grove
and pretty home just west of the city
Hymn No. 20, congregation stand- William Osborne, of the Maitland
and is here for few
City. a days to look
ing. section, yesterday in Orlando Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
spent
Scripture reading and prayer, Dr. over his holding and enjoy some of
E. T. Poulson.a. looking after business matters and the excellent watermelons.TOO 205 S. Orange Avenue
Prologue from Suite (Jas. F. mingling with friends. \
Rogers); b. Melodie in A flat (Sie- Phone 261
wert); c. Gavotte from Mignon 5 cents 10 cents LATE TO CLASSIFY COLEMAN & RHAN
(Thomas), Herman F. Siewert. Mrs. II. C. Fulton and Miss Ruth A.
"The Lord Is My Light" (Allitsen), Fulton departed yesterday afternoonfor FOR SALE-Player piano; good me-
Walter Drennen. Jones, Ga., where they will visit chanical condition; 20 rolls music.
"Christian, Sing With Exultation" for some time. Will sacrifice $250 cash. Address
(W. C. MacFarlane), Ernest Wade. Box 733. 7-18-3t
Spring Song (Alfred Hollins), Roberta NEW ICE COMPANY
Branch. Mrs. H. G. Crowder, who has been Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
Gethsemane Mary T. Salter),Eliza visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Gettier,
Wright. on North Orange avenue, and Mrs. I PHONE 675
Offertory, Alegretto (John Kin-
ross), William Branch, Jr, Jas. L. Giles on Lucerne Circle, returned -
Hymn No. 23, congregation stand yesterday afternoon to her The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's #

ing.Benediction.. home in Tampa. ROOf GARDEN[ '"

Organ postlude. Delivery starts
Don't miss today's chicken dinnerat Select Boarding and Day .
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the National Restaurant, West School for Girls
THE TRI-MU'S Church 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 5th
street. Only 25 cents. Short TOMORROW"A Monday July
RETURN. orders also a specialty. 7-18-ltc Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,
The Tri-Mu class of the First Bap- Grades

tist church, who have been on a campto Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daetwyler, who Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
Wekiwa Springs for the past week, have been spending some time aft BOOB'S ROMANCE"A Culture and Domestic Science.
returned yesterday and report having Jensen, on the East Coast, where Mr. For Catalogues address the Rector, Wait for our wagon. We think you will

had a grand time. "We all had the Daetwyler has been engaged buying Comedy in two parts. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., ;like our ice.
time of our lives and learned to love and
shipping fruit and vegetables to Robert Leonard and Ella Hall. Orlando Fla.
and know each other better; we found his house in Philadelphia, Pa., returned -
out what is best to make Meadows to Orlando last evening and -

sleep at night; how Tucker gets tan- are again occupying their pretty "THE
,,, gled up when he runs in his tights; home, 408 West street. .
how Connell likes Mhow Kilgorecan TINKER OF STUBBINVILLE"Drama. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R, .O'NEAL
eat; how A. Williams likes to W. A. Windham and ramily' of Or-
dive(?) into the springs at night; lando, while motoring to Tallahasseeto :Murdock :McQuarrie."WE .

how K. Calvert likes to wander aroundin visit friends for a few days, Established 1886
the woods at night; and above all stopped over in Live Oak Tuesday
SHOULD WORRY FOR
we learned how much news P. Carris night. The early part of last year .
has" Mr. Windham was a resident of this AUNTY"A
In the athletic field day the differ- city, and was a conductor in the CURTIS Lei O'NEAL
ent events were'won as follows: freight service of the Seaboard, and Suburban Comedy.

100 yard dash, won by Howard has many friends here who will be Harry Myers and Rosemary ,. I
Cook. 50 yard dash, won by How- glad to learn of his promotion to pas- INSURANCE i
ard Cook. Half mile run, won by T. senger conductor on the same road, Theby. LOANS iI
Prescott. Throwing baseball, won by running between Orlando and Wild- I
H. Connell. Running high jump, tie wood.-Suwannee Citizen.
REAL ESTATE
between H. Connell and W. Reeves. A FINE BILL RENTALS

Relay race, six boys in each team, The want acL's the thing. tI t


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ORANGE COUNTY'S FAIR WHY ITALY WANTS IRREDENTA.I i' There is more than one place in A summer vacation, says the Val-i:i r Rube Allyn is puzzled over a report Ii Speaking of the recent German

this community where the investment dosta Times, is a thin slice of rest i i from St. Petersburg that 407 people note, it may be said safely that the

The people of Orange county have In speaking of the territory which J will bring you a hundred per cent. between two thick layers of getting were converted at a recent revival

begun preparations for holding their Italy is seeking to get from Austria i I''on your money, but a dollar investedin ready to go and being anxious to get I I there and 400 hymn books were car- tone was not as bitter as the first

annual fair, which will undoubtedlyprove have made the mistake j note-it was a trifle more conciliatorybut
many papers a subscription to this paper will back. Yes, and that slice of rest is ried away and never returned. Easy I
the most successful yet held. of "Since 1866 Austria has very unsatisfactory. A third trial
saying
I hymn books can be had for a
open the gate to so many opportunities apt to be the hardest work of the song. I
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The county is one of the richest in held coveted territory that once belonged -Clearwater Sun. be improvement.
I that the returns will multiply until year, though it is called play. I, j may an

the state and a marvelous array of to Italy." Such a statement i i your income is many times the out- o .. ---------

products is seen at each fair, which implies that before 1866 Austria did I lay. Take a whirl at a hundred per. DeLand is happy. That city has 1

has the further advantage of being not possess that territory. I the right spirit, as shown in the recent -ISKATING:I RINK
is the district election when the
The Kaiser $350-
held in Orlando, the Beautiful, the That is where the mistake comes in quoted as saying 'I
war must end in October or Germany'will 000 bond issue for good roads was I
population of which is now at least for the territory in question has been I
broke. In that West Vir- Just few months and
go case passed. a more
held by Austria for centuries. Trieste
8,500. ginia and Germany will be in the the entire state will be linked with I Masquerade Carnival and Dance
the great seaport and the largest city I I !
The success of the :rair is guaran- same boat. brick from one end to the other.
in that district, has been held by Aus- ,
teed by the ability and public spirit- tria for over five hundred years with I Night of July 23rd
edness of the citizens selected as offi-
the exception of the brief time Napo-I TRADE AT I
cers, these being: Seth Woodruff,
lean carved up the countries to suit
president; W. C. Temple, former pres- himself. After his downfall the territory Skating in Mask and Costume, 7:30: to 9 o'clock.
ident of Tampa's Gasparilla Carnival FORAGE GROCERY CO. I .
went back to Austria. As a mat-
Unmasked
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association, first vice-presidenet; J. : Dancing
ter of fact Austria did not acquire a
N. Whitner, one of the best knownmen single foot of territory in 1866, but And save money. You get qualities and quantity.1! from 10 to 12
in the state, second vicepresident -
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on the contrary she had to relinquish
: A. C. Starbird, third vicepresident -, I
Venetia to Italy.
; W. R. O'Neal, secretary, and ADMISSION 10 CENTS
The reason Italy wants what is now
James L. Giles, treasurer. I known as the "Irredenta" is that in Specials for Saturdayand
Gentlemen Ladies Free
With these men engaged in public spite of the many centuries Austria 1 Dancing, 50c.,
work of all kind, it is not remarkable
has held a firm grip upon it the people
that Orange county and Orlando are MondayPillsbury's
have remained Italian in speech,
taking the lead in good roads buildingand
customs, tradition and sympathy. It
other development work.TampaTimes.
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CLYDE LINE REDUCES CITRUS rates remain as they are today. The 725,823 PEOPLE IN
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FRUIT RATES rate from Cuba, via steamers to New
Boston, Mass.-The ;1
York city, is a trifle more than our ,
Boston is 725,823, and ,.,.:&u-
The Florida Growers' and Shippers' rates north of Jacksonville, by boat,
League, headquarters at Orlando, an- to which an average rate of approxi- setts, as shown by th taken There'sNothing
nounces that telegraphic advice has mately 20 cents per crate from Flor this year, is 3,646,768ding to .
just been received from General ida shipping points to Jacksonville preliminary figures is& Buy CharlesF. t
Freight Agent Levis, of the Clyde'l[.ust be added. It is further pointedout Gettemy, director d ohe state bureau -
Line, to the effect that they that the Florida pineapple industry of statistics, today. This is an JciLike I
cided to reduce the car load fruit is in anythnig but a flourishing increase in the state of 280,332, or
rates from Florida to Philadelphia, condition, due not only to the effectof 8.3 per cent., in the last five years,
New Yor city and Boston, four and imports but many obstacles whichare as compared with an increase of 12.1
one-half tpH-2). ) cents per box for encountered in the production. per cent in the previous five-year pe- it for :
next season. This reduction was riod and 7.1 per cent between 1900 7t\
made from the East Coast section JUDGE HOLCOMB OF ARCADIAIS and 1905. Boston's increase is 55,238. t
last April, since which time the KILLED Of the total population, 2,527,949, '
l League has been negotiating with theCI'de or 69.3 per cent., are distributed Results. 'dTA

people to extend the same! to Rochester, N. Y., July 16.Judge among the thirty-five cities. Seventyseven :
the entire state, and thus remove George W. Holcomb, a prominent man towns and one city, Gloucester,

what appared as a discrimination as of Arcadia, Fla., lost his life here late show a decrease. _
between localities.The yesterday afternoon when the auto-
reduction means that the rateson BEST PART OF GERMAN NOTE "I t
mobile in which he was being shown am glad you are .
fruit, car loads, from Florida to I over the city by friends was in collision REVEALED BY BERNSTORFF I
Eastern ports, via Jacksonville and with a trolley car. Judge IIol- using the Long Distance J
Clyde Line, will be 15 1-2 cents per comb was almost instantly killed. Washington, D. .-Count Johannvon _
box, or $46.50 per minimum car of John W. Todd, a former Floridian and Bernstorff, the German ambas- Bell Telephone in your
300 boxes, less than the all rail rates. close friend of Judge Holcomb, suffered sador, possesses a sense of humor
I business. There's noth- I
Traffic Manager Hoskins, of the the loss of his left arm, which which even the critical relations be-
League, states that the Clyde Line was cut off at the elbow when the tween his own country and that to like it for time I
has recently made many improve- wheels of the trolley car ran over it. .which he is accredited can not disturb.A ing saving
ments in its facilities for handling Ie is expected to die. There were friend in discussing the latest and
perishable traffic, in addition to which two; other men in the car and both escaped German note told him today that "the traveling expenses.It .
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they will have experts at Jacksonvilleand worst thing about the reply of your I
unhurt. The Florida man was ', is the source of direct profit and satisfying results.
the Eastern ports next season to here on a business mission. He had government, Bernstorff, is that the
supervise the handling of our fruits people here don't understand it."
just closed a deal selling a tract of I
and vegetables.It 12,000 acres of land in Florida for a "Oh, I don't know," retorted the "Very often I talk to salesmen and to custo-

is not known at this time if the sum said to be close to $200,000.The I I Count, without batting an eyelash, &
all rail lines to the East will make I"perhaps that's the best thing about mers on important matters. That's one advantage

corresponding reductions in their want ad.'s the it" '
thing. of the Bell You sit in office
rates. It is the opinion of the League Telephone. can your
that the rail lines will not meet the t I
and the world to
situation at the beginning of the approaching bring you.
season, at least not until
the effect of the competition is felt. 25 CENT DiscountFor "Thanks for the order. By using the Long
While advice has not been received
from the :Merchants and Miners Distance Telephone you enable us to save twenty-

Transportation they intend taking company, the League as to is action now the benefit of our customers four hours on the shipment. Yes, it certainly is

in correspondence with them and it is "
their belief that the rates of that will 25 wonderful. .
we give a
company to Baltimore and Philadel-

phia Announcement will be correspondingly will be made reduced.as soon per cent cash discount on Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station. t

as definite word is received. all goods sold during the
The League is handling further
with the steamship lines, with a viewto month of July and August. '
having the reduction apply on pine f SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE !

apples from the East Coast, as in this 6
instance the pineapple rates north of
Jacksonville should not be higher 4 AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
Hammond & Gore
than citrus fruit. It will be recalled /AtD(Ow
that the Interstate Commerce Com-

mission ruled to this effect a few FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
years ago. The League contends that
the Florida growers can not success- Orange Ave. and Ghnreh St. Orlando Fla. 1

fully compete in the Eastern markets Read the Advertisements in today's Sentinel
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sor." read. The professor's letters ...ere

I It Quest pocketed the diary. carefully formed his handwriting perfectly

t TKe BLACK BOX "You're perfectly certain that __ legible:

is not In this house or anywhere- upon r h hi You have been a clever opponent' ,

the premises?" Sanford Quest, but
even now you are
"Certain sure!" French replied. .., : to be cheated. The wisdom of the ages

t By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM I Quest shrugged his shoulders. I outreaches yours, outreaches It end

"Well, we'd better get back" he v.y. triumphs. .
t I
said.They Quest looked up quickly.

I were on the point of starting "What the devil does he mean H he
Author of The Moving Novelized from the motion picture drama of the
Finger" "77ie Prince 0Arne name produced by the Universal Film the chauffeur with his hand upon the muttered.

It Sinners" "Anna ihAJeenluett. Manufacturing Company. Illustrated with pho- starting handle French with the The professor's arms shot suddenly -'I

." tic. tographi from the motion picture production. steering wheel of the police car al- above his head. Again .' strange

ready In his hand. And then the little look convulsed l5 'features.animal .

party seemed suddenly turned to He burst Into a loud, unnatural h.

J) stone. For a few breathless secondsnot pSY1 "Mean fool?" he cried
r (Copyright 32UL by Otis F. Wood.) I Ir It you holding
one of them moved. Out Into the out his wrist which was slowly tijrn-

I' clammy night air came the echoes of :,,t .
SYNOPSIS. thoughts were framing themselves in I ing black. "Poisoned! That is what,
a hideous inhuman blood-curdling t 'er it !" I '
t the brains of both of them. Then i,I means
scream. Quest was the first to recover -
They all stared him.
at
Sanford Quest master criminologist of there came a startling and in its way j I Quest
E' the world. finds that In bringing to Justice a dramatic interlude. Through the I himself. He leaped from his seized the ink bottle revealed the
r Macdougal. the murderer of Lord Ashtelgh'a seat and rushed back across the empty :
false and laid
y rk'C f .rt top it dov.n again witha
( empty house came the ringing of the M
daughter he has but just beguna :
hall Into
the study followed a lit.
life-and-death struggle with a mysterious electric bell from the front door shrill little exclamation. Then before
t: master criminal. In a hidden nut Ink and insistent Without a moment's i tIe way behind by French and the -A they could realize it the end came.
Professor he has seen 'i
Ashleigh's garden others. An unsuspected door
f' an ape skeleton and a llvFg creature, hesitation. Quest hurried out and : panel The professor lay a crumpled-op

l.' half monkey half man. destroyed by fire. French followed him. On the doorstep '.I which led Into the garden stood slightly <<$' heap, upon the floor
x: :
In his black boxes
rooms have appeared ajar. The professor with his handon .
c'ac: S e e e
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of another Lenora and
containing notes signed by a pair was surprise. i ,
1 armless hands. Laura and Lenora. his as- the back of a chair was staringat
t i Laura were there, the former carry- i 'C Quest swung round in his chair as
Blstant. suspect Craig the professor'serrant the fireplace shaking though
' of a double murder. The black Ing a small black-bound volume. I as r': French entered the room and held but
r boxes continue to appear In uncanny "Don't be cross" she begged, "I with some horrible ague his face distorted his left hand. p
i fashion. Craig, captured, escapes to Port his body curiously hunched
, Said. Quest and his party follow and beyond quickly. "We Just had to come. Look! i I em. "Glad to see you French. lielp
He seemed have
l' Into the desert. They capturedby up. suddenly to yourself to "
are We picked this up underneath the a cigar. |
Mongars escape with Craig as their dropped his humanity to have fallen
"I don't know I smoke
want to
r chair where Craig was sitting. It as
captive and turn him over to Inspector .. back
into the world
of strange
some
French in San Francisco. He escapes In must have slipped from his pocket. 'I this morning just at present, thank
!' a train wreck outgenerals his pursuers creatures. He heard their footsteps French
I You see what is written on It- you replied.
t and goes back to New York, where he I but he did not turn his head. His S
: dies while Quest is attempting to )Jtn> Diary of John Craig." j "Nothing wrong, eh?" i
tize him Into confession. no-I Quest took it in his hand. I I hands were stretched out in front bit, "The fact of it is." French explained

of him as though to keep away from "I should like few words with Miss
"Say this ought to be interesting"he a
Is Dead!
I his hateful "He Quest Declared.Its .
FIFTEENTH INSTALLMENTCHAPTER sight some object. Laura.
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remarked. "Come along.
They passed into the library. I I "Stop him!" he cried. "Take him coils and levers. The professor ,i moment The picture faded out. Quest laughed shortly

XXXV. away! It's Craig-his spirit! He watched her. I i "Oh. stop It!" Lenora begged. "Why earth couldn't
i French lingered behind for a moment I, Slowly his face changed.The on you day
it and caught them up just as they were I came to me In the garage he followed benevolence faded away his teeth I "Haven't we seen enough? We know so?" he observed. "Never knew >ou

p The first shock was over. Craig's opening the book underneath the electric ,, me through the grounds he mocked for a moment showed in something : the truth now. Stop it or I shall die!" bashful before inspector. She's up in

body had been removed and the girls lamp. at me when I hid in the tree. He'sthere which was almost a snarl. I] The criminologist made no reply. the laboratory. Ill ring for someoneto

had taken Mary, half stunned with "See here what I've found!" he ex I now, kneeling before the fire- "You believe me?" he cried turning : His eyes were still fixed upon the professor show you the way."

t grief to their room. French and claimed. "It was just by the side of I: place. Why can't I kill him! He to Quest. "You are not going : who showed some signs of returning Quest touched the bell and his njw

U Quest were left alone. the wall there. Where's that maga is coming! Stop him someone! to try that horrible thing on me-Professor ] consciousness. He was grip- secretary entered almost at once.

'That Is some disappointment zine?" No one spoke or moved; no one, indeed I I Lord Ashleigh? I am all broken ping at his collar. He seemed to have "Take Inspector French up into the

; the former remarked gloomily. He spread out the piece of paper-It had the power. Then at last I up. I am not fit for it. Look at my ;; difficulty with his breathing. Quest laboratory," Quest directed. See you

[ "It Is a disappointment Quest fitted exactly into the empty space. Quest found words. hands how they shake." j I suddenly braced himself. lIe pushed later French." '

i- said slowly "which may clear the I They all read together: "There" is no one in the room" professor "Professor" Quest said, sternly, "we Lenora back. "Yes-perhaps-I hope so," the in-

way to bigger things." I I he said "except us. are surrounded by the shadow of tome I "One more," he muttered. "There's spector replied nervously.

t ""What's your mind now?" French! Professor Ashleigh after being bitten The sound of a human voice seemedto terrible, deeds for which as yet there I something growing in his mind. I can Quest watched him disappear witha

t Inquired. I by the anthropoid rapidly develf produce a strrnge effect The professor Is no explanation. I do not say that \ feel it. Walt!" puzzled smile. Then he sat downat
oped hydrophobia of a serious nature. I
! Quest shook his head. | straightened himself shook his we mistrust you but I ask yon to Again they all turned towards the his desk drew a sheet of paper towards
After treatment with a new serum the
r "A turmoil. First of all. where is i head his hands dropped to his side submit to this test. mirror. They saw the hallway of Ash him and began to write:

t the professor?" i i\ patient was relieved of the hydrophobic ghastly pale but his smile was once "I refuse!" the professor replied leigh house the pictures upon the My Dear Inspector:

r "Must have scooted symptoms but to my horror this I more the smile of the amiable naturalist harshly. walls could almost feel the
right away j they quiet I am taking this opportunity of letting
mild-mannered, humane man seems
f; home," French suggested. "He was "And I insist" Quest muttered.The silence of night. They saw the professor you know that out of deference to
possessed at times of all the characteristics .
r looking pretty sick all the time. Guess *I! "My friends he said "forgive me.I professor drew a little breath. come stealing down the stairs. the wishes of the woman I hope soon

" it must have been a powerful shock < of the brutal anthropoid- am very old and the events of these He sat back in his chair. His face He was wearing the black velvet suit to marry, I am abandoning the haze f

- for him, and he isn't so young as he i cunning thievery, brutality. I do not last few hours have unnerved me. became still his lips were drawn with the cowl in his hand. They ardous and nerve-racking profess'on

; used to be. |I know what may come of this. I hesitate I Forgive me." closely together. Lenora wheeled up watched him pause before a certain of criminology for a safer and happier 4

; "Give that i ik to put even these words on to He groped for a moment and sank the machine adjusted door, draw the cowl and '
me paper of Craig's i and with deft fingers on disappear. career. You will have, therefore, to
again." Quest asked paper. I am doubtful as to what into a chair. Quest fetched a decan- the fittings on one side. Quest Through the opening they could see find help elsewhere In the future.
I course, In the Interests of humanity, ter and glass from the sideboard
a
: The Inspector produced the docu- himself connected it up on the other. Lord Ashleigh asleep in bed the moon- With best wishes. Yours.SANFORD .
: ment from his inner pocket, and'' I ought to take. poured out some wine and held it to The professor sat there like a figureof light streaming through the open win- QUEST.He .
(Signed) JAMES MERRILL M. D. his
The drank it
: Quest, stretching it out upon his knee, I lips. professor eagerly stone. The silence in the room dow across the counterpane. They left the sheet of paper upon the

t read it word for word. i Editor's Note-Just as we go to was so intense that the ticking of saw the professor turn with a strange desk and ringing the bell sent for

t "Never to communicate or to have I, press, a cable announces the terrible "My dear friend" he exclaimed, the Email clock upon the mantel piece horrible look in his face and close the Lenora. She appeared in a few moments

}p anything to do with anyone of the death of Doctor Merrill, the writer of "you have saved me. I have some- was clearly audible. The very atmos- door. Lenora burst into sobs. and came over to his side.

name of Ashleigh eh?" he remarked, i the above notes. He was attacked by thing to tell you something I must tell phere seemed charged with the thrill "No more!" she shrieked. "No "What is it, Mr. Quest?" she ask L

as he handed it back again. "Rather wild animals whilst alone in a South you at once but not here. I loathe and wonder of It. Never before had more or I shall go mad!" He gave her the letter without re

a queer provision, that, French." j American jungle, and torn to pieces. this place. Let" me come with you Quest met with resistance so com- Quest leaned forward and released mark. She read it through and. turn-
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"I've been thinking that myself" the There was a queer little silence to your rooms. plete and Immovable. Sternly he con- their victim. The whole atmosphereof Ing slowly around looked at him expectantly

Inspector admitted. among the company. No one seemed "As you please, Quest answered, centrated the whole of his will power the place seemed immediately to .

Quest glanced at the clock. Inclined for speech. They looked at calmly.He upon his task. Almost at once there change. Lenora drew a long, convul- "How's that seem to you 7 ce'

"Wellhe said, "if you're ready, I one another In dumb wondering hor- gripped Quest's arm. In silence was a change. The professor fell sive breath and sank Into a chair. The asked. reaching out his hand for) a 1

Inspector we'll be getting along." ror. Then Quest drew a penknifefrom they passed from the room In silence back In the chair. The tense self-con professor sat up and gazed at them cigar.

The two men.drove to the outskirts his pocket and with a turn of his they took their places once more trol had passed from his features all with the air of a man who has "Very sensible indeed," she replied.

of the city almost in" silence. The wrist forced the lock of the diary. In the automobiles in silence they his lips twitched. Simultaneously just awakened from a dream. "It's no sort of life, this for a married

professor's house seemed more than They all watched him with fascinatedeyes. drove without a pause to Quest'srooms the mirror for a moment was clouded "Have I, by any chance, slept?" he man," Quest declared. "You

deserted It The professor made his way -then slowly picture it gathered asked. "Or-"
ever as they drew up at the was something to escape a upon
front door. They entered without from their thoughts. They leaned at once to his favorite easy chair, outline and substance. There He never finished his sentence. His

ringing and crossed the hall towards over as he spread the book out before threw off his overcoat and leaned was a jungle strange tall trees and eyes fell upon the mirror the metal

the library. On the threshold Quest him. Those first two sentenceswere back."Quest". brushwood so thick that it reachedto band lying by his side. He read the

paused and held up his finger. I almost in the nature of a dedication he pronounced "you are the waists of the two men who truth in the faces still turned towards
the friend I In life! It
best have
my
"Someone Is in there," he whispered : were slowly making their way throughit him. He rose to his feet There was
is you who have rid me of my great One was the professor clearly another and equally sudden change In
stepping quickly forward. "Come!" For ten years I have protected my burden. Tell little
He threw open the door. The room I master. Prof. Edgar Ashleigh, at the me-help me a that recognizable under his white sun helmet his demeanor and tone. He carried
with read
my story-have you the other a stranger to all of himself with the calm dignity of the
was empty yet both Quest and French coat of my peace of mind my happiness page from the Medical Journal which ;
I them. Suddenly they stopped. The scientist.
:were conscious of a curious conviction my reputation. This book even
that it had been occupied with- though It be too late to help me, shall latter had crept a yard or so ahead "The end of our struggle I presume wx

in the last few seconds. clear my reputation. his gun raised to his shoulder, his ?" he said to Quest pointing to fF-- A

"Queer but it seemed to me I heard Quest closed the volume. eyes fixed upon some possible objectof the metal band. "You will at least ad-

someone" French muttered."I "French" he decided "we must find pursuit. There was a sudden mit that I have shown you fine sport

was sure of It," Quest replied. ) the professor. Will you have your change In the professor. They saw No one answered him. Even Quest

They stood still for a moment and I men search the house and grounds Immediately II I ..' .,v..' him seize his gun by the barrel and had barely yet recovered himself. The y
.
?" 7.ItL(5 whirl it above his head. He seemed professor shrugged his shoulders."I '
listened. The silence In the
house was almost unnatural. empty Quest i I The Inspector left the room like a suddenly to lose his whole identity. recognize, of course," he said cA

turned away with a shrug of the dazed man. They could hear him giv- He crouched on his haunches almost gravely "that this Is the end. A per.

shoulders."At ing orders outside. like an animal and sprang at the oth- son In extremis has privileges. Will

er's throat. They could almost hear allow to write just matter of
any rate." he said "The next page, Lenora begged. you me a
"Craig's dyIng -
the snarl from his lips as the two "
thoughts must have been truth "Just one page more!" twenty lines at your desk? .

ful. Come. Quest hesitated for a moment. ThEm S: men went down together into the un r Silently Quest assented. The professor -

He led the way to the fireplace he turned it over. All three read dergrowth. The picture faded away. seated himself in the swing chair

went down on his knees and passed again: I "Doctor Merrill!" Lenora faltered. f drew a sheet of paper towards him. IS

his hands over the bricks. The third I Ten years of horror, struggling all k. "Then it was not wild beasts which I dipped the pen in the ink and beganto

one he touched, shook. He tapped the while to keep him from that other killed him." write. Then he turned around and
Almost immediately figures again reached for his own small black bag
It-without doubt It was hollow. self that thing of bestiality, to keep
With his penknife he loosened the his horrible secret from the world to appeared in the mirror. There was a which lay upon the table. Quest

mortar a little and drew it out easily. cover up his crimes, even though <' s tYf small passage which seemed to lead caught him by the wrist

The back was open. Inside was the their shadow should rest upon me. from the back entrance of a house; "What do you want out of that professor

black box. I Now Sanford Quest has come. Will the professor with a black mantle. ?" he inquired.

"Craig's secret at last!" French this mean discovery? Craig followed him pleading expostu- "Merely my own pen and ink" the

muttered, hoarsely. "Bring it to the I "Another page," Quest said. "Don'tyou lating. They saw the conservatoryfor professor expostulated. "If there Is
minute and then blackness. The I detest in the world it is
light, quick!" : see where it is leading us? We a anything 1- I
They were unemotional men. but the have the truth here. Wait!" 1 professor was leaning against a mar- violet Ink. And your pen. too. is ex

moment was supreme. The key to He strode hastily to the door. French .y ble basin. There was nothing to be ecrable. As they are to be the last The Sound of a Human Voice Seemedto
of him but his and hands. words I shall leave to a sorrowing
the mystery of these tragical weeks I and one of the plain-clothes men were seen eyes Produce a Strange Effect.
descending the stairs. They saw him listen for a momentor "world I should like to write them in
was there In their hands!
almost devoured Their eyes I "Well?" Quest asked breathlessly. The Professor Sat There Like a Figure two in cold, unresponsive silence my own fashion. Open the bag for agree with me there don't you Lenora
those few hastily 1 "
scrawled words buried "The professor Is not In the house" of Stone. then stretch out his hand and push yourself. If you wilL You can pass ?
with
care: so much \I, French reported. "We are going to Craig has kept locked up all these Craig away. The picture glowed and me the things out. "Yes!" she admitted, a little faintly.

j search the grounds." years?" faded and glowed again. Then they Quest opened the bag. took out a The secretary entered the room,
See Page 62, January Number, through the gloom the figure of and a small glass bottle of ink. helped Quest on with his coat and
American Medical Journal 1905. j I I Quest returned to the library. "We have all read if Quest re- saw pen '
handed him his bat
approach a diamond neck- He handed them to the professor who
They looked at one another. Lenora clung to his arm. The diary plied. a woman "
They lay still upon the table. "It was forged the professor declared lace around her neck. They saw the started at once more to write. Quest "If you are quite ready. Lenora.
repeated vaguely this most "
place of messages. As the final common-resultof : Quest opened the volume slowly. firmly "forged by Craig. All hands steal out and encircle her watched him for a moment and then "Ready! she" exclaimed. 'Where

their strenuous enterprise these :, Again they all read together: the years since he has blackmailed throat-and then more darkness, si- turned away to French. The professor are we going?

,!'i me. I have been his servant and his.. lence, obscurity. The mirror was looked over his shoulder and suddenly Quest sighed.
cryptic words seemed pitifully Inade The evil nature Is growing stronger
"Fancy having to explain all these
bared his wrist. Lenora seized
tool. I have been afraid to speak. At empty once more.
quate. Quest's face darkened. He every day. He Is developing a sort said her
things! he taking arm."I
Rheinholdt's !" Lenora her employer by the arm. ,
last I am free of him. Thank God! "Mrs. jewels
crumpled the In his of ferocious cunning to him In
paper help
fingers. I "Craig after all," French muttered. cried. "What next? Oh! my God "Look!" she cried. "What is he goIng just want you to understand, Lenora,
"There must be some meaning In his crimes. He wanders about in the that I've waited-quite long
enough.
? to do?
next
Lenora stood a little apart witha what
-- this. he muttered. "It can't be altogether dark, wearing a black velvet suit Parkins. he added turning to his
her forehead.She Quest swung around, but he was too
faint frown upon Their eyes with the strain,
a fool's game we're on. Wait with holes for his eyes, and leaving ache "if anyone calls, just
He touched Quest on the shoulder. but there was not one of them who late. The professor had dug the pen secretary say
moved towards a table which only his hands exposed. I have
that wife and I will be back early
into his He sat in his chair and my
"Mr. Quest" she murmured, "he Is could even glance way from the mir arm.
usually stood against the wall but i I i watched him come Into a half-dark in the afternoon. And you'd better
laughed they all hurried towards
I I as
lying ror. It was Quest's study which slow-
which
had
obviously been draggedout ened room and one can see nothingbut upstairs to the laboratory
him. Then suddenly he to his step aid
Quest turned his head. His lips ly appeared then. The Salvation sprang
recently Into the middle of the the hands and the eyes; sometimes I give compliments to Inspector
scarcely moved. there, talking to the feet. Again the change came Into my
Army girl was
room. It was covered with boundvolumes. If he closes his eyes, only the I French and that I hope he
his face which they had in the say and
seen
hands. "What do you mean? he whispered. I professor. They saw him leave her
exclaimed Quest glanced at one and I' "He Is lying!" Lenora insisted. "I i they saw him look back from the mirror. French dashed forward to Miss Laura will join ua at Delmon-
softly: "Mrs.: Rhelnholdt! Quest muttered. leo's for luncheon at one o'clock."
"American tell you there's another creature I door a strange evil glance. Then the wards him. The professor snarled
Medical Journal 1305! The door was suddenly opened and I the
sir
good man
"Very
replied.Lenora's .
French there's there, something we don't understand.Let I secretary entered and spoke to her. seemed about to spring then suddenlyonce
something In this French entered.
message me bring the electro-thought:I Once more the door opened. The more stretched out his hands to face was suddenly trans
after alL"He
"Beaten! he
exclaimed tersely.
transference apparatus; let us read I hands were there, stretching and show that he was helpless and handedto formed. She passed her arm throughQuests.
turned over the pages "You haven't found him? Quest
rapidly. He stooped and
Then he his mind. If I am wrong, I will go I reaching a paper-weight gripped in Quest the paper upon which he had kissed her
came to a stop. Page 61 asked. I towards the
he led her door.
down knees and for for been writing. aa
on my beg the right-hand fingers. They saw it
was there; page 62 had been French shook his head."We've .
neatly
"You understand
"You have nothing to fear from now. don't 7ouf8he
giveness. raised above the secretary's head they me,
removed with a pair of scissors. searched every room, every whispered smiling down
nodded. Lenora hastened to he exclaimed. "Here is last at hare
Quest saw the other hand take the girl by my mes-
"The proteslorlhe! cried. cupboard of the cellar "
rbeprofeslOr'a every scrap
the farther end of the room snatchedthe the throat and push her towards the sage to you Sanford Quest Read it-- "I think so. she admitted, with a
been at work here!I" j In the place. he announced. "We'vebeen
| little sigh of content
cloth from the Instrument and table. A wild scream broke fromLenora's read it aloud. Always remember that
The two men stood looking at Into every corner of the grounds,
ou THE END.
wheeled down the little mirror with this was not triumph but mine."
lips. Quest wavered for a your ,
another
the backwards
across table. Stn.z: searched it all and for








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SENTINELWANT by the 15th, will give a discountof ARCADE
25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in storo. Ham-
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tains more than 25 words the rate property at Pine Castle for cottageor Homemade
will be one cent per word for bungalow in Orlando. We trade SANDWICHESPIES
each additional word, for each in- real estate anywhere. Pine Castle AND CAKES
sertion.If Realty Co., Pine Castle Fla.
A Ruud Water Heater you can't bring your ad to 7-ll-6t*
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Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
i
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-. This is the place to have your Plating and Sub-Dividing
old clothes made new.
FOR SALE
PROMPT AND ACCURATE

MULES FOR SALE Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. WORK

Pair nice mare mules in Rood condition Suit dry cleaned, pressed___60c. HAL A. IRISH
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every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- ; weight. about 1,000 pounds. Apply All Palm Beaches scrubbed Civil Engineer
lG. Walton, Agt. Gulf RefiningCo.
., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc and pressed ____________50c
tirely new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD : Mohair suits pressed ______25c. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

TANK HEATER will makean FOR SALE-Ford roadster, fully
WATER regular price $12.00, or we
equipped; electric lights; electrichorn. We do ladies' work also. Give

allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- East.Church Another street.bargain. Ford 7-16-3tc Garage,, us a trial and be convinced.' Week End
Clothes called for and delivered.
stantaneous Water Heater.
FOR SALE-Seven passenger Abbott-
Detroit car, fully equipped, fine con- Phone 613. Rates
If you have a water heater and want a new range let us
dition; $550; or will take eood Ford _.
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and some cash. Box 93, Orlando.
make an attractive price on one.
you *
7-13-6t The Typhus In From ORLANDO
Come in and talk it over with us. FOR SALE FOR CASH-Three ice

boxes, frame bed, iron crib, set of DAYTONA
I dishes, Singer sewing machine, ice Serviais I
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7-13-tf the outcome of uncleanly con-' NEW SMYRNA

FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or ditions. We are not in dangerof $1.85
unfurnished, 7 room house; large such outbreaks, but there are ORMOND
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, G2V6 t
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit many minor troubles, which $2.50
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assure yourself of our uptodateand 'I
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof
entirely methods.
sanitary
the best trucking and fruit farmsin I Standard Railroad of the South

Prosper Colony consisting of 25 I Tickets sold for all trains Satur-
acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for OrlandoSteam day and forenoon Sunday, limited
cash if sold this month. A good cropon ,
to return by midnight of
the place will go with it. The
place will bear inspection. Good rea- LaundryPHONE following Tuesday.For .
.. sons for selling. If interested, ad-
dress Box 57. The place is in sightof I 88
depot, church, school and brick Information Call on
road. *
r. 7-8-d6t-wklylt D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A,
one quarter mile from city limits; Orlando
Sale very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- CLINT BASSPHONE

G-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 375 ,

FOR SALE West Jefferson Street Cut Flowers

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Successor to
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 CAR. THIS IS A BAR- 4
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD Hand)Wood CompanyWood and Plants
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25! cents each. Murray Auto Service. .Violet Dell Florist.
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On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts 7-13-6t*
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Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at

WANTED DR. L H. RAMSDELL OSTEOPATHDR. a

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES OPTOMETRIST .
WANTED TO TRADE-A 23x5 foot ORLANDO. FLORIDA JOSEPHINE HARPER
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Come and look at our line Porter Hupp ,"32"Kissimmee in good, Fla.condition.7-16-3tc R. D. AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPATJIING Church SU Davis & McNeil Bid*,

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WANTED-By reliable party, a placeon
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outbuildings, chicken coops, etc. Will
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CAREY HANDFUNERAL
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Beautiful on ., ladies free. Orlando Skating .
Rink. 7-17-tf
639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
with plenty of Foliage
Phone 333 for your fresh meats.
Quality and service our motto. Cox's .w
and Trees. Meat Market. Church street. 6-22-tf

New house, 8 rooms and bath. The hired girl has went-she was 1

hired, she tired, she fired
was was
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Price $2000.00 I iC. Location perfect, 4 blocks from
I but smile-you can get another by The Orlando Meat Market
center of city, east side. using our want ad. column.
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For quick sale $3000. Cash or The Sentinel's classified columnsare T. A. YANCY, Manager A

full of little human interest sto-
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people. Cultivate the habit :of
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individual with anything to sell'
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f Dr. L. H. Ramsdell- left yesterday :

for Daytona Beach where he will :

spend the week-end. :

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r J. T. Miller, of Haines City is :
tf t tf spending today in Orlando a guest at .;

tr tf the San Juan. r .

9 Savings checks are money in the
f bank. 77tfJ. SAVINGS CHECKS
t 'AreT&uStretchinglSur Dollars? .

W. Bass, one of Orange Center's
Y
well known citizens, transacted business ARE WORTH
in Orlando yesterday.


; Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- Come to us for croquet, hammocks $1.04 for Each $1.00They 1

: rency by making it accomplish larger things-to books, magazines, music and Columbia -

make it go farther and prove its ability to earn records. Curtis & O'Neal. are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by

more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants: t
Miss Ida Conroy left yesterda;'
ty here in earning 4 per cent. morning over the Atlantic Coast Lint
Allen & Company,Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery. A
for DeLand where she will visit her Book Store. Orlando ,
W. S. Branch Pharmacy Drugs. A
; Our steady growth in deposits friend, Mrs. C. W. Glasgow. Butt's Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room. : : M
City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
and general business is evidence Co. Pianos. San Juan Auto
x Drennen-Lattner Garage, Supplies.
B. F. Simpson and Gordon Williams -
t of to customers John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.J. .
ability serve our
of Atlanta, Ga., are among the L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop Bicycles, etc. 1
well, and the character of our well known Georgians sojourning in Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckv\orth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assurance 4 % Orlando, guests at the San Juan. avenue and Arcade building. Store.
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. I
r of strength and conservative J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
d v in How many savings checks have you Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
management "stretching
F collected? 7-7-tf Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
, the earning capacity of your dol P. Robinson, Photographer.
lars." County Commissioner A. C. Star-
bird and son, Mr. Roy Starbird, were i
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representative citizens of Apopka visiting -
E Orlando yesterday.J. .
Ei They can be deposited for their face value in the savings department
i
t The State Bank A. Fouche arrived in Orlando of the

yesterday afternoon on the Atlantic
l Orlando Fla. Coast Line from McDonough, Ga., to
I visit Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Helms, on The Peoples National Bank

Lake street.J. .
t
t \
E. Rose, one of the successfuland
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t well known truckers of the Lock-

hart section, was among the business
I
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t.F Hon. W. R. O'Neal drops a card to
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the Sentinel from New York. He is
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FF f.Ff It's An Economy To from stopping there at will the Hotel go to McAlpin Cooperstown, and, .II"'I"II'I'IIIIIQII'I"'II'11I..I.I..IIIII'II.III'! --

N. Y., returning to Orlando the last |
of the month.
Buy Now!
; THE CA OF NO IkEG R.ETS
Savings checks are worth $1.04 for
r every $1.00. 7-7-tf


J. F. Harrington, secretary and
treasurer of the Taft drainage com-

i Ft "ELDER" mission, was among the representative ..
t citizens spending yesterday in Or- :
k. lando. :

4 :
S. M. Lantz, of Orlando, and E. S. :
1 Spring WaterIs Hyer, of Winter Park, left Monday\ on '
a fishing trip, motoring down the
t Kissimmee river to the Everglades in
i their new launch, where they will Mr. Auto BuyerWith

5 a standard for spend some weeks. over 10,000 of the first American built EIGHT cylindercars
exclusively, (discontinuing all others)in the hands of satisfied
t Ask for checks
savings
aids ; they are in few months and 6,000 KING EIGHT cylinder exclusively -
purity digestion your money in the bank. 7-7-tJ 1 owners a over
.. in the use of owners since October 14th, 1914, discontin-
F. and eliminates Mrs. Heidt, who has been visiting uing all others
her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Griffin, left : NO

acidity. :: :: Thursday for Orlando to visit rela- lengthly advertising is necessary to convince any conservative

r tives there before returning to her : prospect, the superiority of the KING EIGHT over the four, six,
i f This being accomplished a world of sick. home in Tampa.-Kissimmee Valley' or any other number of cylinders; mechanical laws will prove this

i ness Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water Gazette. statement. Let our Mr. Gooden talk this over with you.
$1350 F. 0. B., Detroit.Gooden .
t and Spring Water alone for mankind and Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Thompson have

r returned to Clearwater after spend- & Schnarr Orlando Fla.
nothing can take its place.BEGIN ., ,
ing some months about Orlando doing
: NOW missionary work for the Episcopal Distributors for Central Florida.
hr mission. They are living in their
home in the south end of the city.- ." \ "I"'II'I"II""I'I'I'I""I'.1..1'
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town, and Miss Irene King, of Wilmington ,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA N. C., who has been visitingMrs. I
"
Stevens, arrived in Orlando yesterday I People Are Saving More Than EverOne
Phone WRIGHT, 444 afternoon and are guests of ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Pigford, at 728 :
West Central avenue. i


Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Robinson and ,
little daughter, Elizabeth, arrived in '
..l..1I'II.I.I..I.II..IIDI.II"I.IIIII.'I'I"I'.1DON'T I Orlando yesterday afternoon from
DeLand to spend a week with rela- 4

a : lives. They are guests of Mr. and
benefit has come to these
great
: Mrs. C. B. Robinson, on Gore ave-
ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY nue. United States through the European War. fIt
/y(
has made us a SAVING NATION.As fr a
: Savings checks collected is
money; '
in the bank. 7-7-tf a nation we are earning more than 1t :.. f 4j j

ever before, and we are saving more. ,j

OR OTHERANNIVERSARY : Col. J. C. Woodward, president of Competent authorities say that we are 4 j j4 I
: the Georgia Military Academy, at
richer by a quarter of a billion dollars
: College Park, Ga., who has been t ,wh
: spending a day or so in this vicinity, through invested savings. ;.

H left yesterday for Eustis where he The safest form of investment for individual F
: will make a short visit before returning .
savings is the Savings Account. 1
TO GO BY DEFAULTWE : to Georgia.Mr. .
Place your savings here and they will earninterest '

HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT" GIFT FOR THE : :: and Mrs. S. Y. Arthur were in at 4 per cent.
OCCASION : Orlando for several hours yesterday
: en route to their home in Sanford

Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. from Tampa, where they had been to
: visit friends and relatives. They
: made the round trip in their auto-
: mobile. Mr. Arthur reports the Jr Y

roads in Orange and Seminole coun- -.
: ties as being in fine shape, but oh, '

T.D.EVANSJEWELER :. 'you Osceola. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company \

: DoctorsBnckiiiaster

& Ermidage Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits $
I Personal instruction under Dr. Still
at Kirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above
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