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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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1.-1.THE 1. MORNING SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1915. NUMBER 63.
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CANADIANS STOP KAISER'S 2ND DRIVE!






VILLA EXECUTES OBREGON'S BROTHER




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FIRST CHANCE CANADIANS HE WAS 70 YEARS OLD AND Brief Bulletins

HAVE HAD TO SHOW SubmarinesSink WAS CAPTURED AT

METTLE IN EUROPE 4 Ships GUADALAJARANEWASANONCOMBATANT Ticked Off Wire SUPREME E [ COURT'S DECISION[


At Late Hour

. STOP GERMAN DRIVE ON YPRES LONDON, APRIL .-FOURSHIPS
IS GOVERNOR MUST REMOVE
THREE OF THEM NEL'TRALS AMERICAN" EXPORTS DURING

Kaiser's Forces Being Crowded WERE SUNK BY SUBMARINES Message Conveying News of MONTH"- OF MARCH HEAVY

Washington, April 24.-American
Back to East by the AND ONE STEAMER WAS Execution Received by
exports of domestic breadstuffs, cot-
FrancoBelgianArmies BLOWN UP BY A MINE, REPRESENTING New York Carranza ton seed oil, food animals, meat and SHERIFFS IMMEDIATELY

"- THE GERMAN UNDERSEA Counsel dairy products, cotton and mineral

ACTIVITIES REPORTED TO- oils, in March were valued at $154-

London, April .-The second Ger- DAY. New York, April 24.-Villa has executed 159,760, compared with $75,110,776 in -- -- I -

man drive on Ypres, the key to Calais, THE MINED STEAMER WAS the brother of Obregon, the the same month a year ago, accordingto BAKER OF PALM BEACH

has been checked.IT Carranzasta commander, according to the department of commerce today. Orlando Life In
CAPRIVI AND
THE NORWEGIAN
AND
SPENCER TAMPA:
The total value of of these
here exports
WAS BROUGHT TO A HALT a telegram received today by

. BY THE CANADIANS WHO GAVE WAS SUNK 15 MILES OF TORY Francisco Selias, consul for the Car- products for the nine months ending ParagraphBE :MUST GO

THE ADVANCING INVADERS ISLAND ON THE NORTH IRISH ranza faction. with March was $956,623,393, against

SUCH A TERRIFIC BATTLE EVEN SEA COAST OF IRELAND. SHE The aged man was 70 years old and $891,497,912 for the like period last
NAVAL
SURE TO READ GOV.TRAMMElLWILLACTiyiONDAYWill
WITH TIIEIR LEFT FLANK EQ- WAS BOUND FROM BALTIMORE was taken prisoner at Guadalajara year.
during the Villa retreat before Obregon's Exports of breadstuffs in March ARTICLE
POSED THAT THE FRENCH, ENGLISH I
TO CHRISTIANA. THE CREW Don't fail to read the letter writ-
forces. were valued at $59,661,053, against
AND BELGIANS WERE
Amend Order and Call for
ABLE TO REFORM THEIR LINE WAS LANDED IN ISTRAHULL Obregon telegraphed Villa, urging $8,060,403 in March last year; cotton ten by a naval officer in the British

BETWEEN STEENSTRAATE AND DONEGAL IRELAND. him to release the elder Obregon, as seed oil, $2,131,546, against $1,887- navy to Orlando people, it is in to- Removal at Once by the

t HETSAS. THE FOUR TORPEDOED CRAFT he was a non-combatant, and the only 024; meat and dairy products, $28- day's Sentinel. Also read "HookingHer SenateOpinionin
274,194, against $10,274,173; cotton, Up the Back." Also read the
to the
The Kaiser's forces today were WERE NORWEGIAN BARKS, THE reply according telegram received BriefBy
here, was "Your brother has $53,524,279, against $43,360,475, and "Black Box" serial story.
turned back at Lizerne, a village OSCAR AND EVA, THE FINNISH :
been shot." mineral oils $10,546,412, against $11-
which they captured in west Ypres,
STEAMER FRAIEK, AND TilE C. F. Johnson
450,031. WILL :MAKE IMPROVEMENTSThe
and the Franco-Belgian forces are BRITISH FREIGHTER RUTH. THE Tallahassee, Fla., April 24.-The

now crowding them back to the east. OSC AI: AND EVA WERE OVERHAULED YESTERDAYS RESULTS Orlando Water and Light com- supreme court has rendered an opin-

The Germans have fallen back to ABOUT 170 MILES OFF PROPOSITION TO CREATE 12th pany is going to make rapid improvements ion to Governor Trammell in the sus-

the left bank of the canalized stream LONGSTONE ON TilE SCOTTISH National League JUDICIAL DISTRICT on Lake Highland, the pension cases pending before the sen-

and heavy reinforcements are being COAST, AND THE CREWS, WHICH Brooklyn 7, New York 5. IS FAVORED source of the city's water supply. ate affecting Sheriff George Baker of

concentrated there to hurl them back WERE GIVEN TEN MINUTES TO Philadelphia 2, Boston 10. Tallahassee, Fla.-The propositionto Palm Beach county and Sheriff W. S.
I
across the Yser.Meanwhile BOARD THE LIFE BOATS, WERE Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 1; (called to create a twelfth judicial circuit in BACK FROM INDIANA Spencer of Tampa, that makes it imperative -
allow team to catch train.) the state of Florida is looked upon I
the French and Bel- PUT ABOARD A DANISH STEAMER \Yo R. O'Neal has returned from In- for the governor to take action -
St. Louis 3 with favor by the judiciary B com-
0. I
Chicago
towards
gians are Bixschoote and the
COMMANDEERED BY THE dianapolis, where he attended a meet- to have them removed imme-
British in the American League mittee of the senate. The measure !
Hetsas
are angle at GERMAN SUBMARINE AND TAKEN ing of the board of control of the diately.
New York would take out of the fourth judicial
wher salient projects from the main TO SCOTTISH PORT. Washington 0. Knights of Pythias. The opinion is in keeping with the
line to protect the Ypres were car- Boston 4, Philadelphia 6. circuit all of the counties except Du- policy adopted when the senate appointed -
ried on in stubborn engagements with Cleveland' 0, Detroit 6. val and Nassau, and by taking Put-

the Germans who fought with intense PROGRAM STATE PEACE Chicago 4, St. Louis 1. nam out of the eighth judicial circuit CAR R ANNOUNCES NEW' / duties a committee in the matter to ,investigatetheir since the

fury. Federal League the twelfth wound comprise the coun- suspension was to be made effectiveat

Numerous fresh battalions New York 7, Brooklyn 2. ties of St. Johns, Baker, Putnam and
were a future date, and so far as is
CONVENTION FOR WEEK Buffalo 4, Baltimore 10. Clay.
seen coming up behind the German MOVEMENTTOAWAKENRELIGIOUS I known is the first suspension made
lines in the past 24 hours, apparently St. Louis 0, Pittsburg 2. The probabilities are that two new under these conditions in history.

for the breaking through of the allies' Chicago-Kansas City; rain. judicial circuits will be created by the The opinion in brief is as follows:

line in an onward rush to Calais. IS NOW ARRANGED South Atlantic League present legislature. Senator Rimes FEELING "The governor has no power to

Furious fighting is reported from Charleston 7, Columbia 4. will shortly offer a bill in the senate
postpone to a future date the effect-
the Champagne district and other Columbus 3, Jacksonville 4. creating the thirteenth judicial circuit -
iveness of an order of suspension. It
portions of the battle front to the BIG MEETING TO BE HELDIN Augusta 1, Savannah 4. of the counties now comprisingthe WILL BE "OLD FIRESIDE must be observed also that the section

eastward. ORLANDO THIS Macon 2, Albany 5. Hillsborough circuit, with the ad' HYMNAL SERVICE" AT under discussion makes no provisionfor
Southern dition of Manatee or Hernando.
WEEKAll League
3 CHURCHES any action by the senate whatsoever -
Bring Down Airship Atlanta 2, Birmingham 5.
upon a report or communicationby
Athens, April 24.-According to a : Meetings Except the School Memphis 2. Nashville 0. ROCKEFELLER DENIES COLORADO Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists -! the governor of a simple suspen-
Mobile 0, New Orleans 5. CHARGESNew
Mitylene dispatch two Turkish aero- Rally Will Be Held in in Move soin of an officer without any recom-
Chattanooga 6, Little Rock 0. York, April 24.-J. D. Rocke- Will Join
planes flying over Tenedos were mendation for removal.
Presbyterian Lecture feller' Jr., this afternoon held a ment-200 to lie in ..
struck by the fire from the allied "Every permanent removal must be
ships and badly damaged and brought Room SOCIALISTS MET LAST NIGHT lengthy conference eat 26 Broadwaywith the Chorus accomplished by the joint action of
Starr J. Murphy, his father's
down. both the and the senate. In
governor
The bombardment in the straits The following program for the Orlando Socialists met last night personal representative, and Ivy Lee, Something entirely new in the way case if a suspension from office
State Peace Convention, to be held in and the the Standard Oil every
continues intermittently. attendance was very satisfac- publicity agent. The of a religious awakening has been the has the instant

Orlando, April 29-May 2. All meet- tory. After stating the aims of So- conference was held as a result of the planned and announced by Mr. For- governor such suspension to power appoint

Germans Suffer Losses ings except the school rally will be cialism, the following auditors joined : charges made by Frank P. Walsh, rest Dabney Carr and will be knownas one upon to perform the duties of the some office

Amsterdam .held in the Presbyterian lecture room. the organization: T. Thorpe, J.I I chairman of the United States indus- the "Old Fireside Hymnal Service." ,"
24.-A
April dispatchto
the Amsterdam Thursday, April 29-7:30 p. m.- Thorpe, C. H. Arden, T. Josephson, trial commission. At the conclusionof A chorus of 200 voices will be directed '

Telegram from Aix Address, Hon. Arthur D. Call, national C. F. Riecken, and S. J. :Malios.: Five the conference Mr. Rockefeller issued by Mr. Carr and the services will The governor when seen late to-
la Chappelle says the Germans have night by your correspondent stated
director American Peace So- others filled application blanks. a statement which denied the be conducted at the Presbyterian,
been considerable that he would
displaying activity Monday amend his
ciety. It has charge that he has been either or-
been
decided to invite Rev. cogni- Methodist and Baptist churches, two
south of the Dutch frontier der and call for
duringthe Friday, April 30-10 a. .-Lecture Mary:: A. Safford, of the Suffrage zant of, or was responsible for the services being held each week, the en- suspension or removal -

last few days. room: business meeting; 1:30 p. .- League, to give a lecture on Social- conditions existing in Colorado. tire series occupying three weeks. immediately by the senate, and
The Germans suffered great lossesin that he expected to have the
Opera house: school ratty, public and ism and Woman's Suffrage next Sat- The first week's services will be at senate

the fighting in Belgian Flanders. private schools of the city; address, urday night. Dr. Howell will speak D. A. ADJOURNS I the Presbyterian church, Ma}; 13 and : act at once.GRAND.
Several trains
night filled with dead
Dr. J. J. Hall, director Peace Society after the Washington, D. C.-The ,
arrived at Hasselt, where the civil- suffrage leader in regard to I twenty- 14; the second at the Methodist I HAS STELLAR BILL
South Atlantic States; 7:30 p. m.- the meaning of the Socialist anniver- fourth annual congress of the Daughters church, May 27 and 28, and the thirdat
This
ians wer forced to bury the bodies. Address' Dr. J. J. Hall, "What I Saw j of the American week the Grand will have a
that
sary occurs on this :May: 1. I Revolution, the new Baptist church, June 3
Numerous wounded arrived at Liege, and Learned in the War Zone." After the business meeting W. L. [I which has been in session here all of and 4. These dates have been set bill to please all classes. On Tues-
where the big buildings have been day :Marguerite: Clark will be
Saturday, :May: 1-3:30 p. m.-Woman's Case explained how Socialism will I the week, ended today. But little with great care so as not to interfere seen in

converted into hospitals. meeting, lecture room; address, end war.NOTICE. .business remained to be disposed of with any other meeting or gathering.The Gretna Green, produced by the Fam-

Dr. J. J. Hall, "War Brides." I at today's session, much of the time large chorus will be selected ous Players Film company; on Thurs-

PEANUT CLUB FESTIVITIESThe Sunday, May 2-Union meeting: TO CIVIC LEAGUE MEMBERS I being given over to a farewell reception -I from the three churches and from day The Robert Warwick will be seen in

address, Judge Chas. B. Parkhill, of I by Mrs. William Cummings Story -. among the general public. Man Who Found Himself, by

senior boys of O. H. S. last Tampa; address, Dr. W. F. Black- I the president general, to the departing -I The pastors of the respective George Broadhurst, produced by Wm.A. .
evening entertained most ddi ht'l'1'- I Brady, and on Friday John Barry-
:Members: of the Civic League will delegates. churches, Drs. Stagg, Ley and Poul-
in honor of their fair classmates. man.The I more will star in that sensational
Every
citizens of Orlando
are urgedo please bear in mind that the
in
meeting j son, are accord with Mr. Carr and
I
member of the class was on hand attend these interesting meetings, MAY ELECT farce success, Are You a :\IasonIanager ?
to be held in the home of the president A SOUTHERNER will push the plan to a successful ter-
promptly, and under the watchful e"eof starting with the first Thursday night :Mrs.: John T. Fuller, on Lucerne / Louisville, Ky.-With the electionof mination. It is an unique idea and :\ Tallman is bringing to Or-
Miss IIarris spent a jolly evening. Dr. Hall having a national reputationas Circle Rev. lando the best films that money can
Monday afternoon, will be i Aquilla Webb by the Louis- has been thoroughly tried out by Mr.
The entertainment was given under a speaker, and continuing throughto called promptly at three ville presbytery commissioner buy.
o'clock. The t as a to I Carr at Little Rock, Ark., where it
the auspices of the Peanut Club, an the last meeting, all of them of honor guest, Mrs. W. S. Jennings, of the general assembly of the Presby- I!met with unbounded success and cre- WINTER VISITOR DIED YESTERDAY

organization composed strictly of great importance. .1. Jacksonville, who is president of hte I terian church, U. S. A., which meets I ated a great religious awakening, be- -

senior boys Dancing and various \V. R. O'Neal, president local Peace Florida Federation of Women's Clubs, in Rochester next month, hopes have ing much better than a revival.
games filled in the time until the mas- Society. will address the i been raised that the Col. W. C. Limerick, who has been
South
league at four o'clock, ij I after more The platforms and choir lofts of
ter of ceremonies summoned the Frank Smith, secretary. which hour j than I spending the winter in this city, died _
by all routine business a quarter of a century, again the churches are lighted, the remain- '
guests into the banquet hall. Here must be disposed of. This is the first I will be awarded the moderatorship. der of the church auditorium being in yesterday morning after an illness

they were feasted on every imaginable BEES MAY BE BUSY BUT THEY visit of :Mrs.: Jennings to the Civic I I darkness. Some one in the congregation with lasting his several wife weeks. Col. Limerick

product of the lordly peanut. WORK SHORT HOURSIn League, and the event is one of much I BILL. FOR READING OF SCRIPTURES offers a prayer and the chorus Orlando and daughter came to
last November
banter filled the air and from Bucyr-is
Laughing ev- importance. It is hoped that every + IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS I sings a selection then a passage of Ohio. The 'I
one seemed to thoroughly enjoy the May Woman's Home Com- member of the body was embalmed by :
ery league will be in at- II IS NOT FAVORED Scripture is read, followed again by Undertaker
the occasion. As the amateur hosts panion a contributor, writing about tendance. Hand and taken to his old d
Tallahassee, Fla., April 24.-An effort singing, then the pastor delivers a home
set to work clearing the table the farm life, records the following observations yesterday afternoon over the 1!
to enact into law a bill providingfor short address and again the chorus Atlantic
girls retreated into the study hall and after Coast Line, where the inter- i
carefully watchingbees CONTEST- WILL CLOSE WEDNESDAY the reading of the Scriptures in sings. ill
the strains of "Juanita. at their work ment will take place. j
soon tantalizing :
the public schools of the state of The songs and hymns that will be I
." and other favorites "I much interested in
"Tipperary, was watchingthe
Florida will not .be successful if the sung are old fashioned, inspiring, and WORK ON LAKE VIEW BEING 11
filled the air.ORLANDO. bees. It seemed much more appropriate The letter contest the Peoples Na- report of the committee on miscella- will be intensely comforting and spir- !! RUSHED i i|

to be watching the bees tional Bank is carrying on will not neous legislation is carried out. The itualistic in their power. An effort Workmen are pushing the constriction J I
BOARD OF TRADEA than to be working and sweating with close until ;j
Wednesday. The letter in measure received an unfavorable report will be made to have every ministerin of the pavement on Lake View I
the tree planting. The bees were hardat the bank window is !
attracting atten- by unanimous vote of the the in the
county participate
com- ser avenue. The curbing is in to Rus- '
special will be held at work but their ] ,
meeting certainly, example tion. mittee i
to which it was referred.An vices. Mr. Carr gave the same service sell's Point. + !
7:30 p. m. Monday, April 26, 1915, in did not impress me. Watching them effort is made at nearly every six consecutive nights in Little ]|E

Tourist Headquarters, to decide on a closely I learned that they were not FAIR TODAY! session of the legislature to have a Rock and he knows what an influenceit Read the beginning: of a new novel I1 i j'j!i
lot for building. Come! hard worked after all for at best
so ; similar bill passed through, and the has upon the people and what it in the Red Book by Mrs Humphrey '1

Chas. P. Dow, president.V. they kept only an eight hour day, like Florida: Generally fair Sunday and fact that this one may fail is no ex means to a community. Details of Ward. Curtis & O'Neal's book, stationery ;
W. I
Estes 'he labor unions.
secretary. Monday. ception. .the services will be announced later. and music store.r '

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At The ChurchesFIRST $5.00- IN GOLD ;I


BAPTIST CHURCH. .1x: .00 Gold piece will be in one of
(At the Grand) the portions of Strawberry ShortCake Farm
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, I). D..
HAPPYLAND that will best.>. >ed<< with the
pastor. dinner
This church very cordially extends .
- We live but once. Let us partake of earth's good I its hospitality to all who come withinits TODAY AT THE and

doors.If .
things as we travel this road that leads to a far-off coun- ,
you have no church home here PLAZA RESTAURANT
try. Verily, fellow-pilgrims, life is happy land for him we want you to come and be "at

who buys his smokes of the home" with us. Garden Seed
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. 30 C 15: E. Church St. 40 C

Good and Bad Cigar Stores I S.Public A. Newell worship, superintendent.at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. I I

m., with the pastor in charge. Sub- I" .
TAIJLE D'HOTE
ject of morning sermon, "To Him
Disappointment seldom comes to those
"
That Overcometh. Evening, "Not

Far From the Kingdom." who buy their Drugs and Seeds from me.
. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., SOUP
in Baraca Hall; Mr. Eugene Reid, Imperial Chicken Soup People who are particular about who fills

OUR MOTTO : president. RELISHES their prescriptions or where they buy
Prayer and fellowship meeting on Celery Sliced Tomatoes

d Small Profits and Quick Returns." Wednesday night. Queen Olives their farm or garden Seed, should give .
The public is especially invited to
FISH
this Drug Store a trial. Goods delivered
attend the popular Sunday eveningCATHOLIC Fillet of Trout, Sauce
Here is where you pay for the service you get and no Mayonaise
service. Chicken Salad night or day. Phone 632.
more. In these times you should pay for no service )'OUdon't I
E"fItEESChicken
get. Investigate our plan. CHURCH Saute, a la Florentine
. Sunday school, 9 a. m.
> KOASTS
THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.No .
evening service. Roast Young Turkey, Oyster Dressingand Store
Cranberry Sauce City Drug
L. OeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 -
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus

Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.W. Roast Leg of Spring Lamb '
-- I I J. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharmao
R. O'Neal, superintendent of VEGETABLES

Sunday school. The school convenesat Au Gratin, Macaroni 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Show Your Colors Sax a. m. Men's Bible class in Creamed Cauliflower .
auditorium at 9:45.; Mashed Potatoes

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. DESSERTIce
We have in stock the "OLD GLORY SETS," consisting of a -
Morning sermon, "The New Values Cream Strawberry Short Cake i'
, flag, jointed flag pole and iron bracket to hold them.A Evening sermon, "The Bible Way of Malaga Grapes -

big nice set for $1.50. Our flag stands for peace and Making a New Man." Coffee Tea Milk I'i'S'r.

teach both of these hand- Young People's Society at 6:30 p.
patriotism. You may by displaying one arl etI
m.; Worthington Blackman, presi- Short Orders served at all Hours .
some sets on your home. dent. I
I
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. STARTING MONDAY: SUMMER I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

\Y. S. BRANCH, m. RATE ::.iC. :MEALS OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE tor; Miss Roberta Branch, organist.The DO IT NOW .
conditioWt.I
under the hear anitary
public cordially invited to all Kept
sen ices. Seats free. When you lose interest in the race, t Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh .
Frown at every human face,
And somehow just can't find your I and pure
IFTIIL'T and guarantee satisfaction. We hoar
FIRST ) CHURCH place, We InTite inspection
Get out and walk!
in the Meat Line.
(Corner Main and Jackson Sts.) I everything
John L'. Ley, pastor. For there's magic in the air
I
S..A. "Y : Bible school, 9:.Ix a. m. Music led That makes a lamb from out a bear. I TT. jSelf & Oo.
I by the Baraca orchestra. Efficient So shut your door and start out there
To take a walk! pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
instructors. A royal Sunday school

Mr. Business Man I will I'home for the little folks] -all folks in- You'll be surprised to find the rate
vited. At which your troubles fly; it's great!

: offer for ten days to sub- I Preaching services 11 a. m. and 7:30p. So don't forget To start it's ne'er and walk too !late

conducted the Subjects -
I m. by pastor. Mildred Stewart.
divide the property cor- j : morning, "Modern Power Demands

. I ;" evening, "God's Vows-Man's FOR EXClL\XGE-Huick car. with ROOFINGAND
ner Orange Avenue, Jack- i Not Yet" A number of special musical new magneto, for Orance countyjrrove ORLANDO
land. Max Isen, GOl W. Church
son and Boone streets in I selections will add interest to street. 4-25-t: j .
I the musical feature of the day. Announcement .

parcels to suit purchaser. I I conference of will committees be made.for district I 11 liable AXTED-Yery colored woman experienced seeks positionas and re- I SHEET METAL CO.

cook or maid. Private family preferred -
.. Look the matter over. I Junior League services, 2:30 p. m. Address:! II. E. IJ., care Sentinel. -
1 I Senior League, 6:30 p. m. 4-25-lt; Tile Asbestos
I Metal
} ,
I To all exercises of the day the public 51.ate, ,
is accorded a generous welcome. HGHLAND, GROVE CHAPEL
Koormgs
and Rubber
(. orlhea"'t \_ornerUndenominational. Ctty Ltmtts}
C. A. HOVEYIF I This Week .
Wednesday, 3 p. m., Mission Study Service Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. Cornices Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
11 class in ladies' parlor. Sermon by B. '\'. Spiers.
:Mid-week: service, Wednesday, 7:30p. Cordial invitation extended to all. -----

. E. Church St. ORLANDO
m. An important meeting. It Works: 14

should be kept in mind. Empire Hotel .
Friday, a full meeting of chorus
choir desirred to arrange musical pro-
YOU NEED gram for district conference. .

Missionary Class rn rn3UC
The Missionary class of the M. E. YCDIiti'IV

Letterheads Envelopes church, south, will hold] its monthly SUND R JU(G I The Orlando Meat MarketT.

meeting at 3 p. m. Wednesday in, the
ladies' parlor of the church. All ladies -
of Chicken A. YANCY. Manager!
Cards Announcements are cordially invited. "The Childin Cream Soup
Lettuce
Celery
the Midst" has a inter-
proven very
Baked Sea Bass Retail Dealer in Choice
and
esting and profitable text book for Wholesale

, Circulars, Briefs, HandBills this year.Mission Mrs. E.Study A. Potts class., superintendent Fricassee of Chicken Roast Beef, au Jus Florida and Western Meats

Boiled Ham with Jelly
Catalogs, or, ST. LUKE'S-0-CATHEDRAL Compote of Rice Oyster*, JP/s/i, Poultry, Vegetable, Game, Ktc.

I The Very Rev. 1[. R. Remsen, dean. Mashed Potatoes Special Attention to Hotel and Out of .Towe'Orders

PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE Third Sunday after Easter-St. I Creamed Cauliflower .
Mark's Day. Garden Spinach ( Business I3S P. BOX 226
Green BeansStrawberI'o PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. l
Ice Cream Cake
Sunday school and morning prayer,
Sentinel Job Office 9:45.- Tea Coffee

The Holy Communion and sermon, -
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I 11 a. m.Evening.
i 7:30.
i I prayer
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r rI ,- '.. $ I j, CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE.\MISSIONARY\ Pure Ice Crearr1I


(22 West Pine St.)

Hammond Preaching Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
ore I
I i Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
I When you want PURE ICE For Party .
j Women's prayer meeting, Wednesday ,
} I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I 1 :5 p. m.Midweek. I CREAM call for HAND'S. If Club

I meeting, Thursday, 7:30p. you don't believe that we take

l REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I We m. welcome you to every senice.I I i the greatest care in its manu We make our Ice Cream from Church Social

facture come up and watch -us tubercular tested cows. All
; COMPARE I \ ,, make it. You Rill be surprised School Social
CIII.IST1.1SC1ECE cans, moulds and everything
Sunday school at 9:45 a. at the care every detail is given.
m.
OUR FURNITUREWe J I used in the manufacture of our Lodge
[ I I I Services at 11 a. m.; subject, ''Probation i Any kind you want, any time .
After Death." Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
provide the quality of furniture that has long I 'you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder
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Wednesday evening service, 'j:4:'> ized.
i been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as theI Third floor, corner South Orange I from a quart up.
I If article is here it is I
standard of merit. au good.
avenue and Church street. Entranceon I You are cordially invited toinspect Hands Pure .
. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make r I
f this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones Church street. I' 'I our factory at any
Cream
Ice
I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I t'\IT.IRL1 CIIRCHI I time. i iI I

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McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, 'I Hood will address the adult class. i!
No church service.

I Cor. Orange A\'e. and Church SI.. Orlando, Fla. J, 'I, LECTURE-AT() LUCERNE: I HANDS ICE CREAM CO. .


i .- ." Rev. S. J. Winchester will lecture

:at 2:45 Sunday afternoon at the Lu- I W. Jefferson Streetr
II 566
,cerne theatre, on social purity. The I PHONE ii

Try Our Job Departments lecturer comes highly recommended..
There will be no charge. I
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your enemy will counter attack, and I 1111111111111111111111111111111.11.111..1'
if you have not fortified it, it will be :
NAVAL OFFICER: taken by them again, for you can bet I :,[
I they will attack in force. So }'our'
purpose is not gained. In the attackon '
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'have Neute gone Chapelle on a lot farther our men, but could instead '

WRITING ORlANDO fRINDS[ I they were content to fortify
I what they had taken, sure enough; the 'I'TllBIGSTOR
. I Germans came on to attack in force, I
i I not only were they beaten back but

SAYS GERMAN NAVY FLED I,day we would have annihilated them, !they were absolutely! cut up, and we '
I 1 held the position, and so we will go ;
three
IN NORTH SEA RATTLE as we had one battle cruiser
J JAl'D on.nen our army gets over to 'II
', battleships, one light cruiser, and
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France in the early summer things I
"YELLOW"I I I three destroyer squadrons out after !
I I will move some, we will give the Ger-
them. My squadron left the same mans a taste of what we had in the 'II I

SAYS GERMANY POSED AS FRIEND time as the Germans left Cuxhaven, I earlier part of the war, when our artillery -i|
but we had farther to steam and ar I was limited. It will not be a
'rived off the Humber just after they month's time, in fact, we are gettingthe I
And All the While Piled Up OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT
left. Had the fog cleared we would I preponderance now. I
Armament and Ammunition have got them alright. If(?) ever Well, about myself and family: I
-Letter Intensely they do come out of the Keil canal, am glad to say I am enjoying the ;
best of health and in the best of
ship for ship, man for mane will spir-
Interesting beat them to a frazzle. Mind you, we its. I have got on very well since I
. ;i don't expect to come out of it with have been back. I am full corporaland H xi i
Hampshire, England, April 9, 1915. only our paint scorched, we might; hope to be made sergeant shortly,
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Jordan: lose a few ships, but we'll win, don'tforget. having passed all my exams. with Clothes for young men the greatest of Cloth- ;
With great pleasure do I write ing colors. My brother, who flY-I
You may ask why? One / ; ingdom's new fashion achievements, deep notch
these few lines in answer to your wel- thing is the train. It takes us twelve I wrote about, can not join again as f !

come letter, which I received on the years to make a sailor efficient, and 1!is on government work.Iy next I 4kJ : collar, bull dog lapels, full soft roll narrow shoulders -
7th after it had travelled a bit. My then; he can learn something; ; and brother is waiting to go out to France. %
people had removed from Luke street again, we are volunteers. Do you i My younger one is too )-oun Dad I ;( i ,a, in fact, all of the "up-to-the-minute" styles
about three years ago, but it evidently think the Germans can do it in three, 'is on government work. Write me a
them and forwarded it 'I I shown. We have them, in prices to suit all
found they under conscription? I think not. long letter when you answer. Give : j;; I
on to me. I am glad' to say I am still When I say make a sailor, I mean my kindest regards to Mrs. Jordan, I
in the navy and up to two months thoroughly trained. Ask your Amer- Mr. :Miller: Mr. Beeman, and all inquiring III purses.
ago I was serving on the II. M. S. ican sailor who are the best men, men friends. I suppose Mr. Bee-
Queen. She is now up the Darda- who have served four years or men man's son is quite a young man now; uppenheimer Clothes are the best we cant
nelles pounding the Turks. I was who have done twelve. Mind you, we remember me to him. My wife wishes -
present tn the squadron when we lost have young men, but most of the to be remembered to you, and t f sell, and the best you can buy, at prices you can
the "Bulwark" and "Formidable." ships in the British navy which haveto sends kind regards.
When we lost the "Formidable" it do the fighting, all the importantand Yours very sincerely, i afford.
was a terrible night, one of the worstI WM. E. BUCKLEY.
secondary fighting positions are +
have ever experienced; a southwest filled with specially trained men; thatis SOME men may be Our line of Summer Shirts in silk, madras and
gale was blowing and in the English why we will win. Our army may WHO ARE YOUR COW COUSINS ? to style in
Channel when one of these is blowingis not be trained under the same linesas shirts, but no man can well percales are all that make the hot days pleasant.be .
about as bad as-off Cape Hatteras I the Germans (thank God!) but one In the American Magazine for May,
at its worst whata indifferent to fit. An Prices ranging from $1.00 to 5.00.
so you can gpess thing, we allow a private soldier to I Ellis Parker Butler writes a short
night it was. My own opinion is act and think for himself; they also story entitled, "Swatty." It is an entertaining -
that she was not torpedoed by a sub- are volunteers. The German army is I and amusing story of small
marine at all, for I don't believe a a machine with intricate parts, runs I boy an is the beginning of a new UI UIARROW.
submarine could live in such a sea. very smoothly until one of these parts I series. In'the course of the story it .
I firmly believe that Germany has goes wrong, and then the whole ma- I appears that "Swttty" and one of his SHIRTis
small merchantmen or trawlers fitted chine is wrong, running rampant. I pals call themselves "Cow-Cousins." lve
with torpedo tubes. They could do a Mind I That is because they both raisedon
you, have no great faith in j i were always as appropriate to
lot of damage. the milk of the
either the French or Russian as far same cow. They
I have now left the "Queen" and I as fighting quality goes; as a whole I weren't related in any other way, but the wearer as it is to the y,t',,
am waiting to pass "exams" for gun- they are too rash, do things without lone cow furnished the milk for two occasion.
layer heavy guns. I passed for gun- thinking; our men as a general rule families-hence the phrase 'C'ow- "
layer light guns about six years ago. do things with a definite purpose. As Cousins. Made in every style, -
You see we have such a lot of ships
white color fast. 'i
an example, suppose you were told to or ; 1
building that we must train more
attack a certain position with a lim- NATURAL SUPPOSITION and $2.00 fr'
$1.50 ,
than we require to replace any cas- ited number of men; if the position is
ualties that occur. No doubt you will gained, hold it and fortify it, rather I :Mrs.: Crabshaw-You don't allow i J1-i I "
be surprised to hear I am married,
than, because
you have driven your me half enough money for clothes.
three last Christmas, and I have
years enemy out, follow up your success to I Crabshaw-Is that the reason :you Palm Beach Suits,.flannel and serge Trousersin
dear little boy two old last
I a years no cause, for as sure as you attacked, go around looking half.dressed.-Life.
month.I plain and stripe patterns. You cannot appre-J i'ciate
have wondered how you have been
getting on, and on two or three oc- these without seeing them. Let us show you. i
casions have been going to write, but
wondered if a letter would find you. 4SPossen Straw and Panama Hats, ,Caps, Underwear .< 1// _
What is your opinion of the war? I r 1
don't believe there was ever a more Sox, Ties, Pajammas, Night Shirts and Belts in

righteous war where we were en- fact, all lines that go to make Men's Shop com- It 1 1M
than the For
gaged present one.
I
years Germany, posing as a friend to plete. M J
us, has been piling up armaments, \'. I '
money food,.etc., to attack us, and I
we, whose whole nature is peace, have We Have Them \
stood by and watched it all without \: .a
hardly murmuring, except a few /rL"'" 0 whom we have called "war mongers." r Toul.f!,CN"_ A look from you will be appreciated. i
Lord Charles Beresford, Lord Rob- r.Y 1
erts. Lord Kitchener, and severalM. 1
COPYRIGHT 1914
P.'s have all warned us. Nearlyall THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER
Irishmen, and they have been Different J
termed "scaremongers," but the coun- ..
try knows now how they have been
misled. That we were not preparedis
a fact, because we have now an and as much betty; as it is different OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT I I
army of about 3,000,000, and have to

wait while they make arms and muni- Less gasoline-fewer tires to buy, fewer repairs, less
tions of war for them. skidding; more comfort, more power, greater speed. Economy is not a matter of price, its the satisfaction you obtain in service, style and 1
The navy was different; it was always These are the fixed facts for Oakland owners this year. comfort. :
ready for any emergency. Thatwe They are assured by mechanical laws.
have shown our superiority in gunfire Don't let your feet or uncomfortable footwear continue to annoy you. ill''j

is a confirmed fact, for if you had Read the Five Leading Oakland Come to the Big Store for better Shoes. One pair will convince you that the com-
seen some of the results of our gunnery -
as I have seen you would not fort, service and style of our Shoes mean real economy. 'j

doubt it. In the engagement when Superiorities BelowEvery Our policy is to have every customer satisfied. You have a standing invitation to ,
the "Bluecher" sunk
was
we openedfire
visit us, and the assurance of our most careful attention.
at 22.000 :yards, and were hitting feature works towards a definite
with every salvo at 18,000. Their maintenance becomes a mere incident. Combined economy-with Shoes bought at the Big Store will make good, or be made good by us. 1 1I

first two ships will never engage us low upkeep are the final touches of comfort, convenience, Come now and see the styles of the times in Ladies, Men's and Children's footwear. I I II II
again; unless the war lasts for two ease of handling and beauty that make up real luxury. I -I
more years. Then-see the Oakland-drive it-get a demonstrationthat's
The "Sedlitz" and "Doerflinger" almost I a real road test-and decide. I 11
met the same fate as the The
I Ookland
Catalogue upon request. Four and
"Bluecher." The first ship had both I sixes: Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars-$1100 to; : This store deals I with its patrons on the principle I I
foremost turrets blown out, heavily
was
$1685 f. o. b. factory.OAKLAND. !
on fire; the second was nearly as I that its success will be in proportion to the satisfaction
bad. It was a good job that they MOTOR COMPANYPontiac j1
managed to get into their own minefields I ; it delivers. Whether your purchase be a Kuppen- i
or none of them would have MichiganJ.
got back. You talk about a yellow heimer garment or the smallest wardrobe essential, ji
streak-they showed it that day. II .
As soon as they sighted our first B. MAGRUDER Jr. whether the amount involved be $25.00 or 25 cents, l
Agent
battle cruiser squadron they: turned ,
and fled for all they were worth and ORLANDO, FLORIDA your interests are guarded by a two-fold protection, 11
considerine that the odds were 5 to 4
on our side but they mounted more 1-Great Strength i the unquestioned dependability of the merchandise j!

puns than we, I reckon they showedthe with light weight. !
white feather to perfection. Dif- and our own guarantee. i i
ferent to the fight on the Chilean 2.-High Speed Motor _
coast when the "Good Hope," "Mon- with great power. 1 ,

mouth" and "Glasgow" showed fight j 3-Low center of
and although we were defeated we of gravity with usual -
did not show the "yellow streak." road clearance.
We could have got away, as all our :
Duckworth Co.
4-F lying wedge Y owell-
ships were at least equal in speed, al-
though less in gun power. In the Lines with least wind
Scarborough raid the German fleet resistance.
can only thank the fog that they got a-Economy with O O Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." l
for we less .
away were than two miles i Luxury.
from them, in fact, some of our own 1111. .. . J U III 1111111.. . In..It
ships nearly fired on each other. That I 1-4' 1111II11I '

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South Florida SentinelMORNING THINNING. : a woman Y. in Orlando \I I
The Annie Coieman
be vitally interested \

:'_ GLENN .....AND.....WEEKLY............Edit.r will United hold Daughters a memorial of League on Monday, at Mrs.afternoon John T. i i I FOR SALECountry
.
**.. ESSINGTON .... BaninrM Manager ,
and I
ternoon, following
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida the of the club which touches '.
o as Second Clan Mail Matter. graves to every woman
decorated. and the one club which i ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES there is fast -"service."
Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.00 a thinning the united efforts of the

Daily.Daily.Daily.: : 6 3 1 M Month Month.nth .:::::::::::::::::::::: 2-60 1-25 50 and into the the veterans realms of are well being work of that the has mass.for I I

Blue and the Gray will surely be inter- estate of
Weekly 1 Year :.:.:.:=..:..:.._ ....:..:..:.:.:.::....51.00 eternal peace as do the one of the different de
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN earth. Time, the league, if she will 350 acres, large two
ADVANCETO
s and find out what
I
with cruel, harsh and and how
just much her
-
!: ADVERTISERS: storydwellinghandsome I
is snatching from our I
Copy for display and all other handset members'are hoping for r
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of
advertising must be handed in at the busineMoffice fifty years ago. of at least two hundred lake front, i
of the Sentinel not later than Z p. m. a day of love, peace Monday afternoon-four
the day before publication. This rate applies
.. chance for contract advertising: it I. Its meaning this year be present. $9000.00. I
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. fold more precious president of the Federa-
S. Jennings, will be 1 lst1N
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d continued terminating war in I
should notify the office in writing on the league.
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be more day drops into the of Green Cove Springs,
eontinued at the regular subscription rates of bygone things," of civics, will also be Sixacre grove, mod- !
until notice to stop is received.
t Telephone Nomb r ...................... 24 stronger manifestations will present the civic .
state. and outbuildings I
the with silver ern cottage -
SUNDAY APRIL 25 191;). men meeting and find out
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hearts who underwent are planning to do $4000.00. I ARE YOU
hardship a half century make the Civic League
Georgia is getting her share of mur- present generation the state. The meeting

ders, suicides and shooting affairs. into bonds of closer to order promptly at 3 !

Cross the line and come to Floridaa United States of o i i AWAKEi

peaceful state. stand above all nations Beasley, who has been
o and development. in Bartow for sevral Gallon \ To the fact that more constitutional ills
Apopka is to enjoy a building boom home today.
o { are due to badly fitting or badly fitted A
this summer to meet the demands of ADDITIONAL 1

winter tourists for next year. Ever;> Doctors S. G. Dative & SonReal 1 shoes than are dreamed of in our philosophy -

town in Orange county is booming.
Mr. M. O. Overstreet ?
Many women, many men, carry
o evening from a & Bninte!! .
What if the Dixie highway does folk, Va., and New J Estate and Insurance i with them irritating and painful evidences -
was accompanied by 'I'
run down the East Coast? The mo- I of this fact.
torists will have to come to Orlando under Dr. Still ORLANDOFLORIDA

anyway to see the best city in the Haute Mrs., Indiana Caroline, was Mo. No. 3 W. Pine Second Floor I To fit a shoe properly is almost an
state. ter visitors returning e Ave.. above Peoples II
o the Hoosier State )' :; Bank. Phone 578. II I

And now there is talk of a plot to ing.
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re-kidnap Harry Thaw, and just whenwe JUST

thought the last volume had been Black velvet ribbon .
written. It would be a good idea to New line of hats. ii
New wreaths and 1
transplant Thaw to Turtle Bay and Slemmons' Millinery
let him help extricate the Jap cruiser Store. t ti
aground at that point. i

0 Mrs. Elizabeth
sen, on the East Coast,
Eventually you will recognize that Orlando to make her
the love of Christ, best taught rily with her son, Mr.
through His Church upon earth, is banks. She will go to
the remedy for all that in your life is later on, which is a

not as it should .be. Sooner or later most people can not Magnolia Avenue *

you will embrace that love and teach Mrs. E. L. Lesley
ing. How much better if you did it John T., were up ate.t
now and helped some other one to yesterday and spent the recently purchased the Hadley property sit- i. .

embrace the same love and make it a and greeting friends. across from Osceola Hotel.
companied by Miss \
part of his life. The churches of of Arcadia, who is
place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
Orlando are weekly inviting all men i ley.
of bearing fruit trees.
to come to the services on Sunday :

and to hear the teachings of that daughter Mr. and, Miss Mrs.Gene T. R., sell the entire property or will sell any number

love. And today goes out the same morning for their home 34'Y off south end.
invitation. Ind. They are very
o with Orlando and its house is in gooC condition and is arranged into
pect to return early
TRAIN SOLICITORSWILL son for al onger stay. apartments and does produce an in-

BE BARRED.A $100.00 per month during the winter season. Artistic AchievementAn
committee substitute bill for Mr. Stephen
house bill No. 124, introduced by Rep- lando's pioneer winter bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
has been making his absolute study of individuality, for
resentative Davis, of St. Johns, will Windsor, left )' .
be reported favorably, and will at ple, Pa. where he will terms. there are no two persons feet identicallyalike.

once eliminate what has become a real ed term. Mr. .- or The standard size of shoe may be
in Orlando in 1883.
nuisance in parts of the state. The ,
the same, but adjustments radically dif
bill makes unlawful for
any person,
:Mr. and Mrs. Win.
whether such person acts on his own daughter, Miss ferent. Our shoe selling staff has, in a

behalf or as an agent, servant, or spent the season at few short months earned a reputation of .
employe of another, to engage in the 415 Broadway, will
Old Orchard Beach, shoe fitting excellence.
solicitation or canvassing in any man- they will spend the S. Y. WAY

ner or form whatsoever, in, upon or numerous friends here .

about any railway passenger train see them become MENWho
residents of Orlando.Mr. .
within the state of Florida, and such
and Real Estate
soliciting or canvassing is hereby de- Agent
and Mrs. S. B, are on their feet probably more than
clared a public nuisance and prohib- enjoyed their first
ited. A county jail sentence of from left yesterday women, a perfect fitting shoe is an exquisite -
lantic Coast Line for PHONE 172
twelve months is
three
to provided,
:Medalia, Minn. While pleasure, especially after being in
or a fine of not less than one hundrednor
their home at 412
more than one thousand dollars. They made many the habit of wearing shoes that in the

This bill will eliminate the hotel visit who will be broadest sense of the word-simply fit.
will return
they
and transfer solicitors that board .
1 trains in different parts of the state, season. I Our Men's Shoe Stock

selling cab tickets and soliciting for Mr. Wm. Redman,
t certain hotels. There has been much ters Misses Bessie
.. complaint from this source, and the have spent the winter carries many ranges, and so complete that .
burg, are spending
best hotels and transfer men in the I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. every foot can be properly fitted with in-

I state have given their endorsement to hospitable home on Lake telligence. -
r the bill. .They will leave over the $
t Line Tuesday I
OPPORTUNITY FOR 0 mer.Mass., where they will Our New Styles IncludeBLACK

i ALL MEN.

,1 "Who is Orlando's foremost citi- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. I II AND TAN RUSSIAN CALF
have spent several deli I
zen? was the question hurled
: across
1 in Orlando, left } BLACK AND TAN KID
f an intervening of two feet
space recently via, Illinois, where
6 and the answer came back: the summer months. n,' c---f BLACK AND TAN VELOUR
"We don't know-we have stop at several places
t so CANVAS
many home. Mr. and Mrs. \ WHITE RUBBER SOLES
l
"
i of them! How would you have an- thusiastic boosters for NUBUCK
WHITE
swered the question? Can you lay son, Mr. Bolton \
t daim to the distinction implied in the student at Rollins T TAN TENNIS SHOES .
main in Winter Park .
question? Is it not true that a "fore-
mencement. ENGLISH SHOESDICKSONIVES
.. most citizen" in any city is a man N: ;.
who is unselfish, who is a worker, NEW SCHEDULE 1

a who gives his time and energy to the SUNDAY, ; y 4!ii 1j j

i welfare of the people in the mass, Change of Schedule on 1I

f who believes that all men have virtues Coast 1I
who knows that honesty con- : SOUTH I

s quers subtle intrigue; who plants dol- : No. S5-Leave Orlando T
Jars in realty in the attempt to grow No. 89-Leave Orlando
No. 83-Leave Orlando I
two where one grew before; who ad- NORTH

vances propositions for the permanent No. 82-Leave Z
prosperity of the city; who is alert, No. 84-Leave Orlando

r keen eyed, clear visioned, courageous, No. 80-Leave @

morally perfect, intellectually poised Complexion" <* o CO.
and balanced; a booster for the Country -

t Club, a fighter for the Board of Orlando \ TO THE LADIES

Trade, a plugger for conventions, and ::\Morrison: a noted beauty specialist will"be
I a M-A-N all that the word implies. Removed from Pine : store all this week.
There are many who would lay claim .DEPARTMENT STORE.
north on Railroad, made in your own home by phone.
to the title-yea, verily, the harvestis
ington St. Plenty of few free facial massages and personal advice will .. ..
great but the reapers are few. The by Miss :Morrison.: .

I' insignificant man of today may be the at all times. fail to take advantage of this much talked of ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

conqueror tomorrow; the private may specialist. The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

r be the general in command in a few I of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

; weeks. Awake, men of Orlando-to B. W. : PFAR ACY at right prices.r
I
arms! Let every man be a "foremostcitizen" r
of the foremost city of the PHONE THE REXALL STORE I

; foremost state in the Union. I Phone 68. Quick Delivery
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY t .. 0. JI :
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@rlutWu POSITION WANTED as clerk in "GET IT AT
I urirty store, or as office man. Am in need
of work badly. Attentive to business. I
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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE awakened in the southwest portion of FOR RENT-Large, cool, well fur-
WEEK the town. Another league will be nished rooms at the 'Yinderm re. i
started very soon on Central avenue, on Lake Lucerne; every convenience; a"I I II
Sunday, April 23. and probably another ih tne northeastside terms moderate. 4-25-3tc I PJ
Memorial Day services, 3 o'clock, at of the town. The Pentecostal
opera house. league has now held three meetings in FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Ten
Usual church services. the church. The constitution has been /
fine truck land railroad
acres very on : ,
Monday, April 26. revised to meet the needs of the local in Orange county. Owner, P. P. 11 4
Civic League meeting at 3 o'clock at work and various enthusiastic com- McGraw 202 E. Robinson avenue. 0(> \ -.' q _I
:Mrs.: John T. Fuller's residence. mittees are already at work and something ." i > -
Bow Knot Club, Miss Dane hostess. is being done in temperancelines. ,,. co .:::::::.-....::--
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FOR SALE-1.100 blooded pigeons. :;/ -
Tuesday, April 27. The previous meetings have Ii
Sorosis Club meets. .been highly enjoyed and on Monday 75 chickens, 10 acres fine land Mrs. James Laughlin III. hostess at night, April 26, a t7:30, a full program cleared: ), 1 horse. 2 wagons, 2 sets
bridge. of varying interest will be given. "THE MAN OF IRON"A harness tools, netting, etc. Bargain o "_1 ""
Wednesday, April 28. Every one is cordially welcomedto for $1,750 cash. Established marketfor COMMENDABLE QUALITY IN JEWELRY
Young Matrons Club Mrs. Joe Bum- attend and join or help by their squabs. M-l, care Sentinel.
by, Jr., for Miss Mattie Nelson of presence and sympathy. The pro- Kalem Special Feature com- --- -------- No matter how little you pay, you get quality here for the n
Brunswick, Ga. gram is as follows: price. No matter how much you pay, you get intrinsic value for
Mission Study Class of M. E. church, Opening song, Home, Sweet Home. plete in two parts. OSTEOPATHYDR. your money. Aside from real values you can choose from an as-
3 o'clock, regular monthly meeting. Scripture reading King's Builders. sortment unrivalled here-abouts.
Auctioneers, Mrs. Chalfant hostess. Prayer. A. V. Cook.
I. O. O. F. anniversary celebration. Song, Nearer, My God, to Thee. J. C. HOWELL
Men's Open Forum meets; travel talk. Secretary's report, Cecil Branson. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Sans Souci Club, :Mrs.: Win. LegeJ) Recitation, Might :Makes: Right, Hazel Kirksville Graduate ALLEN &, CO., JE'YlER5
hostess. Greene. Consultation Free n
Twentieth Century Clum, :Mrs.: C. P. Talk, Alcohol Medicine, Dr. In- "HEARST SELIG NEWS Ib
Dow hostess. gersol. Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan 111COLEMAN -01.:1" !JJ

Bachelor Girls, Miss Alma DeLaney Song, Yankee Doodle (original PICTORIAL" HoteL
hostess. words), Paul Branson and chorus. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Thursday, April 29. Recitation The Little Golden Shoes, Orlando Fla.
Rosalind Club, bridge tournament, 3 Buren Carrol. A SAVING IN PAINTis
o 1ock. Song, Has Father Been Here? Portraying all the important -
Kil Rare Klub, Mrs. J. M. Snead hos- Misses Cecil and Mable Branson. not made by buying: cheap paints,
tess. Recitation, John and Me, Helen events of the day. but by purchasing the very best
Suffrage tea at home Mrs. Beardall. Gould. LucerneTOMORROW
grades, such for instance as we han-
State Peace Convention. 7:30 p. m., Song, Temperance Day Is Coming, a s_
address by lion. Arthur D. Call, R. W. Logan. dle. Just think how much more poor
national director American Peace Talk, How Wet This Dry Town IS'I I paints cost you if you have to keep
Society. Frances Bolton. renewing them every year or two.
Friday, April 30. Song, Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, Glen I Think how much cheaper are our
State Peace Convention. 10 a. m., Logan, Mary Gould, and chorus. "CURING OF :\lYRAIAY"
Presbyterian lecture room business Recitation, Mrs. Hubble. paints which last two or three timesas
meeting. 1:30 p. m., opera house, Cards and collection. "RUNAWAY JUNE" i iIiiiI long.
school rally, public and private Song, The Grumblers, Mr. Mitchel.
A Vitagraph Comedy.A .
schools of the city; address by Dr. Song, God Be With You Till We Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
J. J. Hill, director Peace Society of Meet Again.I. Better than the last, and that's !
South Atlantic States. 7:30 p. m., going some. 205 S. Orange Avenue
address by Dr. J. J. Hall, "What I O. O. F. TO 1 -
Saw and Learned in the War Zone." CELEBRATE.The & RHAN Phone 261
Saturday, May 1. anniversary of Odd Fellowship
D. A. R. meeting, with Mrs. A. B. in America will be celebrated in Or- "A SCRAP OF PAPER"A --
Whitman, election of officers for lando on Wednesday of this week. All SPLENDID SHOW
coming year. the lodges in the county are expectedto
State Peace Convention. 3:30 p. m., participate. The meeting will be Biograph Special Feature,
woman's meeting, lecture room; ad- held on the fair grounds beginning at
dress by Dr. J. J. Hall, "War 10 o'clock a. m. The speaker of the complete in two parts. WRIGHT SEED COMPANYLARGE
Brides." occasion will be Rev. James S. Day,
Sunday, May 2. grand chaplain of Florida, who is a
State Peace Convention. Union meeting brilliant orator. A basket picnic is FRESH SUPPLY
"THE GREATER LOVE"A
: address by Judge Chas. B. II planned for the noon hour. After
Parkhill, Tampa; address by Dr. W. "nner a full program of sports will Drama. Velvet Beans Cowpeas Chufas
F. Blackman. be pulled off that promises to be full 5 cents 10 cents Vitagraph ,
-0- of amusement. The public generally
WOMAN'S PROHIBITION is invited to participate with the Odd Sorghum, DasheensAnd
LEAGUE OF AMERICAIN Fellows in this anniversary celebra-
ORLANDO.The tion. Detailed program will appearin FIVE REELS OF THE BEST other Seeds
Woman's Prohibition Leagueof the Sentinel tomorrow morning.MENDELSSOHN I
America, whose headouarters are PICTURES IN TOWN Call on us for Prices. 206 South Orange Ave.
in Richmond, Va., has invaded Orlando CLUB I 1.1
and promises to add some hus- I AND "PINAFORE.
tling features in the education of pub- Splendid rehearsals are being held I
lic sentiment along temperance lines. twice each week by large and enthu- GARDEN 5 cents 10 cents
The first invasion was at Formosa, siastic choruses and rapid progress is ROOF
when a flourishing branch was estab- being made with the opera. At the BALCONY 5 cents to all Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
lished some time ago under the presidency rehearsal to be held Monday night the
! of Dr. Inirersol of the Florid measurements for the costumes will
Sanitarium. Under her presidency be taken. These costumes and much ..
another league has lately been organized of the scenery will come from New I TOMORROW \
called "Tie Pentecostal Branch," York. Mr. Carr has already gotten a
holding monthly meetings in the Pen- I laree postor which gives the stage
tecostal church, across the track. The I setting in detail, and as the; "Direc-
FRANK
I A. CURTIS WILLIAM O'NEAL
use of the building for the societywas 1 tor's Book" has come, the action will R.

kindly granted by the church |also be taken up tomorrow. The re- Big-U, Two Parts, Murdock,
board as meeting the ends of the I| hearsal is to be held at the Orlando

church: which is open to anythingthat I; opera house at 8 o'clock. MacQuarrie, Beatrice Vann, Established 1886
brings good and humanity and -o-
glory to God. Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Cheney, Vernon.
Agnes
The first meeting was held about who have been stopping at the Long-
six weeks ago, and sixty pledge cards wood hotel, departed yesterday for
were signed for total abstainers from Jacksonville, en route to Havana, "THE CAMEO RING" CURTIS & O'NEAL
. intoxicating liquors. Cuba, where they will spend a fort-
Dr. Green, of the Prohibition night before returning to Orlando.
League, gave a very pleasing and -0I Rex Drama, Pauline Bush
forceful lecture on the need of pro- Mr. and Mrs J. P. Holbrook, Misses -
. hibition, the evils of the liquor traffic,I Lillian and Millie Smith, and Miss "MAID OF THE MIST" INSURANCE LOANS
the danger of the cigarette, morphine, Jean Person motored over to Daytona
and narcotic habits. She spoke the I Beach yesterday where they will .
next day in the lower grades of the'I spend several days enjoying the RENTALS
Orlando schools, by permission of the sights of that famous resort. SterlingComedy, Juvenile REA.L ESTATE
superintendent, and a live interest was (Continued on Page 10.)
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couragement to first 10 buyers, will sell

ten $200 lots for $150 each, $25.00 down,
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WANTED .I um beg, LathS a11cl S11i11gles'ORLANDO
Lake Site
SENTINEL WANTED-Ford runabout; must be
cheap and late model. AddressS.
S. Furen, Box 584, Orlando, Fla.
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money any; employed person -
Two I without interfering with regular A ,
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The Morning Sentinel Want no investment. Unemployedneed
Directory is the Greatest Want not apply. Address. The Siher '
Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. irror Co.. Inc., 123 W. Madison St, l
Chicago, 111. 4-'3-4t'
Terms Cash in Advance.
WILL PAY CASH for Ford touring
136 acres with beautiful fron- RATES -ar. Address Box G93.t .

tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day ______________25t ?;3-3t' Royal Cement Aflattte Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c ,
$15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c FOLXD-One bay mule. Owner can
For One Month ____________$2.50 have same by paying for feed bill
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of and: this adv. J. Schnaar, in rear of I:
25 words or less. If the ad con- 19 West Church St. 4;5-ltc
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
$20.00 per acre. each additional word for each in- Studio; will be ready at 5 o'clock the
sertion.If next day. 3-3-tf
you can't bring your ad to
See E. B. Bradley Quick. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- TPACYOORE, CARPENTERS
counts opened by telephone will be House repairs of all kinds done
payable the following day. promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty;
Every Home-Every Business!! sleeping porches, counters shelving,
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a garages, office fixtures; window and "
Sentinel Want Ad. Joor frames made to order. Get our /
orices. 18 East Church street. f
Wvtkins. Block PHONE 5O4 postal will bring us. 3-31-1mo* 1 1 1j j
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Take ;your Kodak films to Robin-

FOR 90 DAYS FOR SALE-A fine Jersey milk cow. on. 3-3-tf
42 Lake View avenue. 4-24-3t
t CHICKEN PILAU'DINNER at Ross-

f- You can buy foundation FOR SALE--Ford-touring- --car-, 1912 coming.more Inn, Sunday. Phone 4-23-2t you're

" stone building blocks, sidewalk model in fine condition. Price $275 -
tile anything in cash. W. II. Palmer, 102 South Or- ---
or my 4-24-3t* NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
line at reduced. Call around ange avenue. PARDON: ,
Fb
,: and let me surprise you on FOR SALE-One kitchen range; one r i 1
l prices. oil stove; Iron bedsteads; springs; Notice is hereby given that Louis G/ CWI Kf.A
mattress, and dining chairs; almost KiI ore, who was at the November V TM11
term: of Criminal Court of Record. tl
F. D. GORE new. 300 East South street.
4-23-3t* Orange County, Florida, 1914, con-
victed of the otTense of
carnal
inter-
Booed and Jackson Sts. .
; Cor.
course with unmarried female under
FOR SALE-One good Jersey cow, ,f.
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. just fresh; one good brood mare, 18 years of age, and on the 15th of Vi ,
t \ember, 1914, sentenced by said t '
nine years old, perfectly gentle, will
i work anywhere. J. W. Childers. court, will apply to the Board of Pardons I ii. .
Ocoee, Fla. 4-_'3-6t* at Tallahassee, FIori H, for a T
pardon of such conviction at*its next I
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FOR SALE-A good A-l horse. For regular meeting.
F particulars call at 104 Garland St. LOUIS KILGORE.
4-22-Ct* 1?1-lOtc
t DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
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, Office corner Orange Avenue and FOR SALE OR TRADE-What have BUYERS AND SELLERSI

: Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldff_ I you that you are not married to! buy, sell rent, and exchange real "
I[ have a new 7 room house, modernin
Phone 419.Great. every respect, in good location. estate.30 Have resided in Orlando, Fla., h I
over Have handled
years. over
Nice ten acre at Conway,
t young grove
20,000,000. Call and .
one-half mile from brick -road. Will see me.tO63m
sell or trade one or both. Now's the F. A. LEWTER.
time. Don't wait until too late. If
ReductionSale you don't believe this call and see; or
address C. E. P., Orlando, Fla., Route Dr. F. F. Thompson
No.1, Box 43. 4-22-6t.

on DENTIST

FOR SALE-Two good milk cows; 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
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reasonable. See J. C. Johnson
prices -
Jams Jellies Formosa. 4-21-61 O'Neals. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

: FOR SALE-A Bargain 1200 lb. 7- -
;yr. old mules, $350, fat and sound. PHONE 646
f and Fred W. Wilmott. 4-20-6t* GAS DEP ARTMENTUNUSUAL

For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
FOR SALE-Garage, fully equipped,
plenty of work. If you are a me- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
chanic this is your opportunity,small
Canned Fruits amount capital required. Address UARNARD & SON
Garage, care of The Sentinel. 4-20-tf

We have more than we desire to FOR SALE-Choice cut roses and 17 12-10-lm Hughey Street Jrlando. Fla REASON JONES GOES JUST THE SAME

carry in stock, so we are going to give bushes. Mrs. Kate Ronson, Bar-
tholomew Place, Colonial Drive.
them away at cost price. 4-1G-2w*

Sale will last all this week. FOR SALEA Cut Flowers == FOR AN-

clean, nice cash business for a My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance to suit I months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. and Plants
CARUTHERS & GORE 4-9-tf JMSJJAL'PRICE same time it always has. '


FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story TIME TABLE ,
cottage, seven rooms and bath Floral
New Modern G Designs'
Grocery y modern conveniences roomy porches, on two fine lots, ten min-
excellent condition. W. L. Tildes. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
2-23-tf utes walk to center of city,

Phone 200 FOR SALE OR RENT With stock
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of the best streets.
on one WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
and tools best farm in county; va-
Read Down Read
6 and 8 East Pine St. to-date riety fruits buildings, 1,600, etc.trees Room; elegant 3, Rock up- .Violet Dell ,florist. Citrus trees, walks, fence, Up

Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- etc. A.:11. A.111. p. M. ;:A.I11. P. 1'1.,1'' l\I.

er. 1-16-tfc
Orlando I 6:30 10.15 3:00 i 9.30 1.30;; 6.00
FOR RENT J. M. CARUTHERS s; Ocoee -
7:30111.)5, 4:00 8.3c
Orlan ..W SEE ME immediately if \ Garden 12.3015.00Vinter
C 0. as ineton FOR RENT-Two rooms, furnishedor 7:45 11:30 4 30 : 8.15 1 z. 15! 4.45

I 4-18-6t unfurnished.* 703 Anderson St. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. interested as sale must be I Oakland 800--- 43c i S.oo"___14.30

made at once or not at all, -- ,
I FOR RENT-New, Modern Five I -

DRAWING ROOM' room house. Apply 510 W. Central. 'Dr. S. S. Jones at present prices.

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
Sleeping Car mer, or by; the ;year; cheap. T. A. CHIROPRACTOR CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Yancey. 3-28-tfc graduate Davenport College, 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; Rhone
For cleanest clearest Kodak finish- 209. Intelligent people] everywhere -
First Car on March 16 ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf are being restored to health by chiropractic [ DIRECTOR

adjustments, the new scienCEof DR. A. J.J TAYLOR
FOR RENT Three room flats, fur- removing the cause of disease. Ex AND EMBALMER
VIA nished or unfurnished; low rates to imination free. 12-:!a-Imo
permanents; close in; vacancies in
two houses; all improvements. See PHONEH696 __.__
Atlantic Coast Line owner, 301 East Livingston avenue. i
3-30-1mo* Under New Ianagement 905 East Central Avenue
All calls answered Promptly Day
Standard Railroad of the South An 8x10 Kodak enlargement free ,

Open for Passengers al! 9 P, M. at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf Smyth House or Night. Hand Pslock.

PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Chair .
Tuesdays Thursdaysand I Car party to Washington and New Corner Main and Jefferson Sts.
York, Wednesday night, April 28, via OrlandoFlorida.
the Atlantic Coast Line. Rat3 17.10.; One Block from Court House OON'T WORRYIf .
Saturdays i
See C. F. Bieler, 820 West Central i
avenue. Get your identification cards FURNISHED ROOMS AND PflON'E 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,

Leaving Orlando on Train 82, from city ticket gent or depct ticket BOARD
at 12:31 a. m. Wednesdays, Fridays agent. 4-1 g.tf Rates by Day or Week. Summer

and Saturdays.For Rates Now On. you are disappointedabout
WANTED-Position
by ;young lady
Reservations and Tickets stenographer, with six years prac- MRS. J. II. McCAMY getting a new Eas-

call on A. JC. L. Local Ticket tical. Y.experience.0." care Setinel.Best of references."X. 4-:!a-3t*. I ter Suit,we can put your You want the best Piano and furniture Polish. Try

Agent. old in condi- .
I one good our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE 9 acres tion for just such occas-
of good celery and lettuce uncultivated Full line of Paints Enamels Varnishes
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and WallPapers
land, valued CLINT ions.
at $450, for second\ BASSPHONE
hand 5 passenger Ford car. AddressE. at
S., care Sentinel. 4-25-6t 375 % Wt ,

-q%:'f' r" '.rw BARGAIN in Ford touring car. See I West Jefferson Street I ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

Frank Hyers; at stone yard, 103 W. Successor Finley's Pioneer
Livingston avenue. 4-25-3tc Dry Cleaning I

Hand Wood Steam Cleaning
OR. L. H. RAMSDEU SOUTHERN HOTEL, Rutherfordton, CompanyWood Pressing and Repairing j! Just across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
N. C.. has best climate for summer I
aPTOM ETRISTIORLANDO in western North Carolina. 4-25-lt* of All Kinds II I streets.
FLORIDA
WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES PROJIPT SERVICEREASOXAIiLE Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone
S. A. L. has through train from I Umbrellas recovered and repaired 67.
AND DO ALL KTVT OF Tampa, Fla., to Southern T*"***! PRICES "while you wait at Young's Repair Ii .
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BIRTHDAY OF THE times.

The spirit of the wk is CD opration---mutual:: helpfulness


First: Gas: Range between you and ourselves.


. Whether you are thinking of buying a new range or note

, want to show you the wondeeful improvements that have been


Fifty-one years ago the first gas range cooked its first meal. made in gas ranges in the last few years---changes that make it

It didn't look much like the wonderful new gas ranges of 1915. more than ever the ideal stove for home cooking. It will onlyIt

was clumsy-imperfect-but even at that it quickly proved take a few minutes of your time, and we know you'll find it


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Equipment soon became easy to ob- THE MOSQUITO WAR OPENING TOWER WHERE LODY ing them. The seeds are removed ARTIFICIAL LIMBS MADE IN

HOW YALEGLEDH1SEIFINTOTHE MAN SMUG- tain, but ti was not so before any WAS SHOT TO BRITISII from the currants by a method which U. S. WANTED
Come, mobilize, ye public,
were..killed."I Against the common foe, PUBLIC mutilates the fruit very slightly; the
want to say something about And join the deadly warfareTo fruit is then preserved in honey or New York.-The war relief clearinghouse :
atrocities, of which you have heardso strike and lay him low; London.-The Tower of London sugar syrup. Those who wish to take for France and her allies yesterday

much. I won't say there were Prepare your deadly oil can, I where the spy from America, Karl the time to preserve currants in this announced that an urgent need
Take all the force you've got,
GERMAN ARMY none, for there were atrocities on And with your trusty weapons I Hans Lody, was shot and where several I way will find that a convenient way had developed in the hospitals in
both sides. You have all heard of the Swat, swat swat. I other men charged with an offense I to remove the seeds is to cut a small northern France, consequent on the
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Cathedral at Rheims and the way the similar to that for which Lody slit in the side of each currant and recovery of those badly wounded in
'Tis true he is I
I barbarians soht it to pieces. I was elusive paid the penalty are incarcerated, is remove the seeds by means of a nee- the first months of the war, for a sup-
New Haven Conn.-Yale is very Likewise his cousin fly,
proud of Karl Llewelyn' the senior there at the time. We were not shoot- But this is fight to finish, I to be made more accessible to the dle. After this is done, weigh the ply of artificial limbs for soldiers who
after ing at the Cathedral, and the French Prepare to do or die; I British public, probably with the ob- currants and take an equal weight of I lost their own by amputation.
who has just returned to college
wounded and winning the Iron got onto this. They put a battery in To both give never quarter, i ject of lessening the atmosphere of honey. Bring the honey to the boil- I The appeal, first sent out by the
being Exterminate the lot,
Cross. Cathedral Square, where they thoughtit And with a vow to conquer I'horror which now surrounds it. I ing point, add the currants, and allow American relief clearing house in

When Llewelyn arrived in New would not be hit. A German flyer Swat swat, swat. I Visitors may now for the first time them to cook at the boiling point I Paris, states that assistance along
spotted it soon and the Germans bom- inspect the so-called Bloody Tower. I I fo rtwo or three minutes, or until the this line is badly needed to enable
York several weeks ago, he refused 0 of i I
barded the square and incidentallyhit weary not effort, Six pence ((12 cents) is.charged each I skins are tender, being careful not to I crippled soldiers to take up some
all and he I
at For
to discuss his exploits sore will be the strain, 1
still is silent about the deed of hero- the Cathedral."We '. Though they be exterminated, person. This tower rises adjacent to I:let the mixture boil violently, because I form of self supporting work. Although -

ism which ended in his lying woundedon I lay at Rheims for five weeks. They always come again; I the Wakefield Tower, where the Brit-I.this is likely to destroy the shape of ::i French manufacturers are operating -
Every afternoon between five and six So vigilance eternal ish crown jewels are kept, and associated I the fruit. If the currants are so plants at full capacity, their
the battlefield for many hours, and Alone unties the knot I
the French let loose-sort of an afternoon That with some of the most cele-I juicy as to liquefy the honey too output is insufficient.
being picked up little better than tangles up their nuisance
dead. He has, however, just been induced tea. The French shells gave So, swat, swat, swat.Baltimore I'brated tragedies in English history.It much, they may be removed and the I The clearing house announces that
to describe the method whichhe warning, however, and you soon got American. stands immediately over the arch- j syrup reduced to the desired consist- : a system of measurements has been

forced himself into the German over dodging except when they were I way that leads from the Traitor's'' ency, after which the currants may : perfected by which limbs may be cus-

coming near you. Since I was wounded NUT HONEY CAKE Gate to the Tower Green, an arch- ,be replaced.It : tom made here and fitted to those
army. the American shells have begun to way which for hundreds of years evI! is possible, of course, to preserve I needing them in France.
He said: "It was August 9 whenwe
drew up on the German frontier. arrive. The old French shells didn't 2 cups brown sugar. ery politcal prisoner had to pass. It': currants in honey according to the I

Instead of the customs officers whichone worry the Germans a bit, but the 2 cups honey. was built-by Edward III. i iI,same recipe without removal of the SUN AND AIR FOR MOTHS
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usually finds there were ladies American shells gave them the sur- 6 egg yolks. j i I.seeds, but the preserve thus obtainedis ,1! Moths in general are likely to affect

serving hot coffee and sandwiches to prise of their lives. The American 3 cups flour. CURRANTS ': not nearly so delicate' as when the only articles which are put away and

the passengers aboard the incoming shells break and scatter along the Speck of salt. seeds are removed. I left undisturbed for some little time.

trains. Most of these passengerswere I ground, going much farther. In add iI i 11-2 teaspoons soda. Bar-le-Duc currants, an article of I I ( Apartments and closets that are frequently .
refugees from England who I tion, of the French shells' about one in 3 teaspoons ground cinnamon. commerce often made with honey, The classified advertising depart- aired and swept are not apt

wer ebeing welcomed back to the three explodes, while with the American ; 1-2 teaspoon ground cloves sell for a relatively high price, in' ment of today's issue contains some to be seriously affected. In fact air-

Fatherland."I I shells there is an explosion with : 1-2 teaspoon ground nutmeg. I part no doubt because of the'large special advertisements that may interest ing and sunlight are probably the

got off at every stop the train I about nine out of every ten." 1-2 teaspoon allspice. amount of labor involved in prepar- you. Read them over and see best as well as the lodest remedies.It's .

f made and tried to enlist, but they told I 1 cup chopped raisins. _A
me they were full and I would haveto I Forage Grocery Co. 1-2 ounce citron cut in small pieces. ---- -
1-2 ounce candied orange peel cut
go on. I finally found a place
where they would accept me and we I m small pieces. I
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND ,1-2 pound almonds
coarse chopped.
were sent to the drill ground. The
who had retired MONDAY: I Whites of 3 eggs.
'peace sergeants, I'
from ten to twenty years before, were Sugar, 15 Ibs. ________________$1.00 Mix the sugar, honey and the yolksof Marvelous
in of the drill and had to Star hams, per lb. _____________ 18c. the eggs and beat thoroughly. Sift
charge we 7 cans Globe milk ____________ 25c. together the flour, salt spices, and
stand around more than would have 12 cans Globe milk, large ______ 85c.
been the case had we been in chargeof l3 cans No.3 tomatoes ________ 25c. soda. Combine all ingredients but I You Heal-
men who were in active service.It ((24 lb. sack Forest King flour$1.00 the whites of the eggs. Beat the can
these that |, pkgs. Quaker corn flakes ____ 25c. whites of the eggs till they are stiff
is a tribute to men they
Kingan's sliced bacon, box______ 30c. and add them last. Pour the
got us in the shape they did. Best butter lb. _______________ 38c. dough So
"The class of soldiers we met at Tall pink salmon ______________ lOc. to the depth of about half an inch into Distinctly .
the start of the war were better ed- 3 bottles pickles ______________ 25c. well buttered tins, and bake in a slow
3 bottles catsup _______________ 25c. 'over for one-half hour.
r ucated than the ordinary regulars. 50 lb. pail lard _______________$4.00 I
Nine weeks later were were at the Compound lard, lb. ____________ lOc. i I
front. I failed to get the full nine 9 Ibs. grits or meal ---------- 25c. FRENCH MAKE DARING FLIGHTS
weeks however, for at the Nuts, mixed, per lb. ___________ 15c. "No I
training
Lemons, per doz. ______________ 15c. I I OVER ALSACE. am not visiting in / ,
end of six weeks my commandantcame All lOc. tobacco __________3 for 25c.; I
to me and informed me that be- I All 5c. tobacco____________6 for 25c. Berne, Switzerland. An extraordi- the city. I am at home almostive
cause of a communication from the 14 lb. cans Snowdrift ___________ 40c. has been
I Condensed milk __________3 for 25c. nary impression made on all '; hundred miles
state department of the United StatesI I Poultry and horse powders, per the inhabitants of the Rhine countriesby away.Ve

was bounced. I sent in a protest to package _______u____________ 20c. the constant and daring flights of
the Kaiser but it never got there. I Xo. 3 table peaches ___________ 17c. the French aviators. Not only have have just had a Bell Telephoneput
Xew Irish potatoes peck____ 30c.
"But I waited. I went down to the Loose! ground coffee per lb. _______ 18c. they pushed their incursions from in and I couldn't resist calling
station, with about 500 girls, to see i I White House coffee, lb. _n_____ 35c.) time to time as far as Freiburgin, -
my company off when it entrained. I | Fresh country eggs, per doz____ 20c. Breigau, and Friedrichshafen, on the
Sardines _________________6 for 25c shore of Lake Constance you by Long Distance. It's
tried to get through the gates, but I i I but they
We handle
a full line of feed and
couldn't so I went down the track I sell at close prices. have scoured the Rhine valley up and marvelous that we can hear each
and hopped the train as it came by. Phone 638. down as far as Cologne and Coblenz, :

My comrades were glad to see me and and have destroyed aviation sheds other as distinctly as though we j
woul do anything for me. 'You can HOW TO SEND RELIEF TO TIlE and balloon hangars, and dropped

have my boots; said one. 'Take this i' NEEDY IN FRANCE dangerous explosives on powder de- were in the same room, and the

coat,' said another. I took them and Editor Sentinel-Some people hav- pots, as, for example, at Rothwell.

with that disguise I managed to cluue ing asked me how clothing may be Day by day we still see these daring Long Distance rates are so ,
the officers. sent to the civilian prisoners being explorers, take wing from their moun- ;

"When we got well into France, : returned to France I will be gratefulif tain lairs, and flying over the sum- reasonable '

however, I 'fessed up to the captain you will say that anything sent to mits of the Vosges, reach Sundgauand

and he called me down in about the the "War Relief Clearing House, 150 other districts of Alsace. "I really don't see how we ever managed without -
prettiest fashion you ever saw. lie Bank street, New York," will be for- Their flights are the more daringas

spent ten minutes at it, reminding me .warded free of charge. they are exposed not only to the a Bell Telephone. All the merchants and
of the responsibility I had placed There are 200,000 of these old men, dangerous fire of the mountain bat- everyone

upon him. I felt smaller and smaller.I women and children being returned to teries of the Germans and special we know uses the Bell. It has saved me thou-

really had not been considerate buta France at the rate of 1,000 a day, all aerial defense guns set up on various
cad. If I got hit with a bullet I utterly destitute. heights, but in case of a sudden sands of steps and hours of worry already.

would sue him and force him to pay ,: MABEL T. PLAISTED. breakdown, to almost certain death.

me alimony. I I The rocky slopes of the Vosges offerno "It's worth the
cost simply to be able sit '
"He really was tickled with the i TEST FOR JELLING OF FRUIT safe landing ground and the dis- to at

proposition of my being there,though. JUICE abled aviator looks in vain for miles home and visit with friends hundreds of miles 1
lie let me march in the column with Chemists of the department recom- around him to find a little flat patchof away. 1i

the men when we went forward. mend the following test as a simpleone ground. i
Soon a man became footsick. I took to determine when fruit syrup
his pack. In the villages we went has reached the "jell point:" "Makea HAVE YOU A LOT FQR SALE Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.

through every one thought I was a thin, flat stick or a small paddle, r

prisoner. You know, the first thinga about an inch broad, and whittle this The executive committee of the .j.ji
soldier makes a prisoner do is to down to a straight edge. Dip the Board of Trade considering all avail- i

carry his baggage, and I was doing paddle or stick into the jelly mixture able lots for the construction of a SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
that in a civilian's suit. The diffi- and remove it. Hold the end down, Board of Trade building has been deluged s J

., culty with this prisoner was that he and if the mixture has reached the with propositions for sites, etc.

sang their songs with them. jelling point, it will be noticed that The sites, prices, terms, etc., will be =a of + AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. '
"Finally they let me enlist. I worea the liquid will not drip off in drops considered at the special meeting 'J'ro[ ,co : .

pair of French work trousers. A but will flake off-that is, a strip of Monday night. If you have any good I A
sergeant was killed and I got his jelly will fall of from the paddle in lots for sale see the executive com-
coat and it fitted me admirably. one mass." mittee. j


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the professor's servant.. Craig: uis .CraJc- sprang In. nil longer: : the self-
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ere"U.ten1nCr--- .w contained, perfect man-servant but

"Inspector French has had his men with the face of some wild creature. .

watching Craig ever since the night of + His shout was one almost of agony.

the robbery" quietly remarked Quest. r uUt "The Lut, professor! The hut is on

/ "What's that Answer the telephone. S fire!" he cried.

Lenora. U sY His appearance on the thresholdwas

Lenora obeyed. 1. like a flash. They heard his flying -

"It's Inspector French," she an- feet down the hall, and withouta

nounced. "He wants to speak to e moment's hesitation they all fol
s
you." __ lowed. The professor led the way

b Quest nodded and held out his hand I i +r netr down a narrow and concealed path.
:Is.
for the receiver. but when they reached the little Clearing

"Hello French!" he exclaimed. in which the hut was sitjated,

"Anything fresh?" : they were unable to approach any

E.PHUJJPS OPPENHEIM "Nothing much," was the answer. nearer. The place was a whirlwindof

"One of my men. though who has I 4 tit a ::2 .> "OAxo flame. The smell of kerosene was

cop>TtCTHT ji5 ons r WOOD been up Mayton avenue way, broughtin i almost overpowering. The wild ye.'
Novelized from the Photo Play of the Same Name Produced by the Universal something I found rather interesting I 1
Film Manufacturing: Company of the leopard rose above the strange,

--- this morning. I want you to come I half-human gibbering of the monkeysand

round and see it." F the hoarse, bass calling of another -
there is any news-of my skele-
THIRD INSTALLMENTSYNOPSIS. "Go right ahead and tell me aboutit
ton." voice, at the sound of which Lenora -

"Not yet, professor I am sorry to ," Quest invited. and even Quest shuddered. Then,

I say" Quest replied. "Come in and shut "You know we've been shadowing as they came, breathless to a standstill -

the door." Craig," the inspector continued. "Not I SI they saw a strange thing. One

daughter In her apartment of Lord Ashleigh at the Leland is murderedand Ella "There is a young lady here" he i I much luck up till now. Fellow seems side of the hut fell in. and almost Immediately -

the Ashleigh diamond necklace sto. said, "who caught me up upon the I never to leave his master's side. We the leopard with a mighty

len.the The hands New of York Sanford police place Quest,the known casein landing. She, too. I believe wishes have had a couple of men up there _, spring, leaped from the place and ran

and feared as the master criminologist of to see you." though, and one of them brought in a howling into the undergrowth. The

to the his world.own apartments He takes Lenora.and through Ella's hyno-maid, i He threw open the door and stood :I curious-looking object he picked up I I monkeys followed but they came

tl m and the use of electro-telepathic appliances on one side. A young woman camea Just outside the back of the professor's straight for the professor, wringing

discovers her connection with the I little hesitatingly into the room. Her grounds." "The Hut, Professor! The Hut Is on Fire!" their bands. They fawned at his feet
the diamonds and arrests
the crime murderer recovers, Macdougal. Lenora's husband j I hair was plainly brushed back, and "What is the thing?" Quest asked. I as though trying to show him their '

though nearly trapped to his deathIn I she wore the severe dress of the Salvation "Well, I want you to see whetheryou far as the hedge which they skirted "You need sleep no longer:' Quest scorched bodies. Then for a single

In a the tough work.tenement Lenora house becomes while engaged one of Army. agree with me." French went on. for a few yards until they found an I I said "Wake up and be yourself." moment they saw the form of the ape- .

Quest's assistants. The detective is calledIn "Want to see me young lady?" "If you can't come round. Ill come to opening. Then Quest gave vent to a The effect of these words was in man as be struggled to follow the
to investigate the theft of the skeletonof
an ape of Lord Ashleigh Macdougal Quest asked. you." little exclamation. Immediately in stantaneous. Almost as he spoke, the others His strength failed him, how

escapes while on his way to prison. A She held out a book. "No necessity," Quest replied. front of them was a small hut, built creature crouched for a spring. There ever. He fell backwards into the burning

string from Mrs.of diamonds Rhelnholdt is during mysteriously a reception.stolen "My name is Miss QuIgg.she said."I "We've got over little difficulties of apparently of sticks and bamboos, was wild hatred in its close-set eyes, chasm.

want to ask you for a subscription that sort. Laura Just tack on the with a stronger framework behind. the snarl of something fiendlike in its The professor bade them farewell,

THE POCKET WIRELESS. to our funds" phototelesme." he added holding the The sloping roof was grass-grown and contorted mouth. Quest slipped quickly an hour later, on the steps of the

Quest frowned a little. receiver away for a moment. "One entwined with rushes. The only apology through the door. house. He seemed suddenly to have

CHAPTER VIII. "Very well. Miss Quigg you shall moment French. There that's right for a window was a queer little "Anyone may have thai for a pet!" aged.

have a donation. I am busy today but he added as Laura with deft fingers hole set quite close to the roof. be remarked grimly "Come. Lenora. "You have done your best Mr.

Mr. Sanford Quest sat in his favorite call at the same hour tomorrow and arranged what seemed to be a There was a rude-looking door but there's a word or two to be said to the Quest" be said, "but fate has been too

chair his cigar inclined toward the I my secretary shall have a check ready sensitized mirror to the instrument Quest, on trying it, found It locked. professor. There's something here will strong. Remember this, though. It

left-hand corner of his mouth his for you." "Now, French hold up the They walked around the place, but need a little explanation. is quite true that the cunning of Har

tention riveted upon a small at-I The girl smiled her gratitude.The article just in front of the re found no other opening. All the time He lit a cigar as they struggled back too may have made it possible for

ment which he was supporting professor laid his hand upon ceiver. There that's right Holdit from inside they could hear queer along the path. Presently they reached him to have stolen the skeleton and '

his knee. He glanced across the room her arm as she passed. steady. I've got the focus of it scuffling sounds. Lenora's cheeks the untidy-looking avenue, and a few I to have brought it back to its hiding-

to where Lenora was bending over "Youcg lady he observed. ""rouI I now. Say French, where did you say grew paler. minutes later arrived at the house. place but it was Jealousy-cruel, brutal -

her desk. seem very much in earnest about your that was found?" "Must we stay?" she murmured. "I Quest searched in vain for a bell foul jealousy which smeared the

"We've done it this time young work." "Just outside the professor's back don't think I want to see what's in They walked round the piazza. There walls of that hut with kerosene and

woman," ho declared triumphantly. "It Is only the people in earnest gate" French grunted. "But you're not side. Mr. Quest! Mr. Quest!" were no signs of any human life. They set light to it The work of a lifetime -

-It's all O. K.. working like a little I sir" she answered "who can do any kidding me"It's -" She clung to his arm. They were came back to the front door. Quest my dreams of scientific Immor-

peach. good in the world. My work is worth : a finger from the professor'sskeleton opposite the little aperture which tried the handle and found it open. tality, have vanished in those flames."

Lenora rose and came toward him. being in earnest about" you've got there." Quest In- served as a window, and at that moment They passed Into the halL :. He turned slowly away from them

"Is that the pocket wireless?" "You compel my admiration. :My terrupted. It suddenly framed the face of "Hospitable sort of place anyway and re-entered the bouse. Quest and

He nodded. most respectful admiration. May I, Quest hung up the receiver. Then a creature human in features diabolical I I he remarked." "Well go in andalt, I, Lenora made their way down the ave

"I've had Morrison out at Harlemall too be permitted?" I he turned toward his two assistants. in expression. !I Lenora. I nue and entered the automobile which

the morning to test it," he told He drew out a pocketbook and I "Another finger from the profes- "Say, that's some face!" he re- I They found their way to the study, I was waiting for them almost in si

her. "I've sent him at least half a passed over toward her a little wad of sor's skeleton he announced, "has marked. "I'd hate to spoil it" I which seemed to be the only habitable lence. The latter glanced toward his
Even as he spoke it disappeared. room. Lenora glanced around at its
dozen messages from this easy chair notes. I been found Just outside his grounds. companion, as they drove oIL
"We've got to inside there strange contents with an expression almost -
and got the replies. How are you get- "It Is so kind of you.she mur- What do you suppose that means?" get "Say this has been a bit tough for .

Ung on with the coder mured. ""-e never have any hesitation "Craig. Lenora declared Confi Lenora, he announced stepping for of awe. I I you," he remarked. Ill have to call
ward. A small motor the win ,,
car passed
"Not so badly for a stupid person," in accepting money. May I know dently. somewhere and get you a glass of
She followed him silently. A few dow driven by Craig. The professor
Lenora replied. your name? "Craig on your life" Laura echoed. wine"
turns of the wrist and the door yield descended. A moment or two later he
Laura, who had been busy with "It is not necessary," the professor "Say Mr. Quest. I've got an idea." I I i She tried to smile but her strengthwas
ed. Lenora little behind
Keeping a entered the room. lIe gazed from
some papers at the farther end of answered. "You can enter me. he Quest nodded. almost gone. They drove to a
him. Quest gazed around eagerly. Ex- Quest to Lenora at first in blank sur
the room came over and Joined them. added, as he held open the door for "Go right ahead with It" I restaurant and sat there for some lit
actly in front of him. clad only in a prise. Then he held out his hands.
"Say It'. a dandy little affair that her "as a friend-or would you prefera "Didn't the butler at Mrs. Rhelnholdt's tie time. Lenora soon recovered her
loin cloth, with hunched-up shoulders I I "You have good news for me, my
Mr. Quest she exclaimed. "I had a pseudonym? say that Craig belonged to a color. She even had courage to speak
necklace its neck with blazing !
a around friends he exclaimed. "I am sure of
try with it, a day or so ago. Jim spoketo "A pseudonym, if you please, she servant's club up town? I know the of the events of the afternoon when
eyes and ugly, gleaming teeth |lit. How unfortunate that I was not ati
me from Fifth avenue." begged. "We have so many who sendus place well Let me go and see if I they re-entered the automobile.
crouched some unrecognizable creature i home to receive you! Tell medon'tkeep
sums of money as friends. Anything can't join and pick up a little information "Mr. Quest" Lenora murmured,
"We've got it tuned to a shade now, '
I .
human, yet inhuman a monkey, me in suspense, if you please-
will do. about the man. He must have a "who do you burned the hut
Quest declared. "Equipped with this I suppose
I and yet a man. There were a coupleof you have discovered my skeleton?
I
The professor glanced around the night out sometimes. Let's find out down?"
simple little device, you can speakto "
monkeys swinging by their tails i "We have found the skeleton, Quest
room. what he does? How's that?" 'I i "If I don't Craig, I you
me from anywhere up to ten or a from a bar and a leopard chained to announced. say suppose
dozen miles." "What pseudonym shall I adopt? "Capital!" Quest agreed. "Get along will," he remarked. "I wonder whether -
a staple in the ground, walking For a single moment the newcomer
I he ruminated. "Shall I say that an oak Laura. And Laura's had luck."
Lenora he added
his feet and moved you any
Quest rose to
round and round in the far corner, stood as though turned to stone. I
sideboard gives you five hundred dollars "put hat Well take ride i! They were greeted as they entered
on your a
restlessly about the room. snapping and snarling every time ":\Iy skeleton!" he murmured "Mr. ,
Or a Chippendale sofa? Or towards Mayton avenue." I Quest's room by a familiar little ticking -
"Say glrlshe confessed "this is he glanced towards the newcomers. Quest I knew it You are the greatest .
he added, his resting for a moment .
the first time in my life I have been eyes The creature in front of him man alive. Now tell me quicklyI Quest smiled with pleasure. '

in a fix like this. Two cases on hand l upon the little box, "a black CHAPTER IX. stretched out a hairy hand towardsa want to know everything, but this i "It's the pocket wireless." he de-

and nothing doing with either of them. I box 1"The club, and gripped It. Quest drew ,along I first of all. Where did you find the clared. "Let me take down the meaj -
two girls from the other side of The exact spot where the bones of j "
indeed Whose box hard. skeleton? sage.
Criminologist breath. His.eyes were set Who was the thief?
is this rQuest the table started. Even Quest swung the missing skeleton was discovered "Drop that club he ordered. "We found the skeleton, professor," I, He spelled it out to Lenora who

had paused suddenly in front suddenly around. The professor, as was easily located. It was about The creature suddenly sprang up. Quest replied "within a hundred yardsof stood by his side:

of' an oak sideboard which stood though pleased with his fancy noddedas twenty yards from a gate which led The club was. waved around his head. this house." I
his fingers played with the lid into the back part of the professor's Have joined Servants' club disguised as
against the wall Occupying a position "Drop it" Quest repeated firmly. The professor's mouth was wide your butler. Craig frequent visitor here
upon it of some prominence wasa "Yes. that will do very nicely. he grounds. Quest wasted very little "You will sit down. in your corner. You open. He looked like a bewildered ten years ago. comes now occasionally.
decided. "Put me down-'Black Box.' time before arriving at a decision. Thursday evenings most likely time. Shall
small black box. whose presence will sleep. child. It was several seconds beforehe wait here on chance of seeing him.
five hundred dollars. "The of the bones
there seemed to him unfamiliar. discovery so The club slipped from the hairy fin- I spoke. I .'
and began the home "Good girt that, Quest remarked.
The girl took out her book near professor's he decided
Laura came over to his side and gers. The tense frame which had "Within a hundred yards of this "
to write. The professor with a "cannot be coincidence only. We "She's a rare sticker too.
looked at it also in puzzled fashion. I been already crouched for the spring. house? Then it wasn't stolen by one I
crossed the will waste time out Lenora. He turned away from the Instru-
little farewell bow. room no here. "
"Never saw it before in my lIfe.lib. was suddenly relaxed. The knees of my rivals? .
answered. toward Quest' Lenora moved toward We will search the grounds. Comeon. trembled. "I should say not," Quest admitted. ment and was crossing the room toward
his cigar cabinet Suddenly he
Quest grunted. the door.- "Back to that corner." Quest ordered .- "Where? exactly did you find it?"
"Let me see you out she said to It was hard to know which way to the insisted."I stopped. He looked Intently towardsthe
"H'm! No one else has been in pointing. professor
sideboard. '
the room and it hasn't been empty the girl pleasantly. turn. Every path was choked with Slowly and dejectedly, the apemancrept found it in a hut," Quest said "
"What is it? Lenora asked.
for more than ten minutes" he re Lenora opened the door. Both girls to where he had been ordered "hidden in a piano box. I found there I
He did not answer. She followedthe
marked. ""Well let's see what's inside started. Only a few feet away Craig and sat there with dull non-compre- also, a creature-a human being. I
direction of his Exactly in
anyway" was standing his head a little thrust I hending stare. It was a new force, must call him-in a state of cap- gaze.
forward. For a moment the quiet self- : the same spot as before reposed an-
ot-whlch he had felt-the tivity.
He lifted off the lid. There was this a note t
respect of his manner seemed to have wane voice author- "Hidden in piano box!" the I
nothing in the interior but a sheetof superman raising the of a professor
paper folded up. Quest smoothedit deserted him. lIe seemed at a loss for ity. Quest touched his forehead and repeated wonderingly. "Why,
I
out with his hand. They all leaned words. deI I found it damp. The strain of those you mean in Hartoo's sleeping box.
"What do you want? Lenora intolerable."I then?"
over and read the following words, 'I few seconds had been
written in an obviously disguised manded. don't think these other animals "If Mr. Hartoo is the gentleman who

hand: I "I was waiting for my master." ]I I will hurt" he said. "Let's have a tried to club me you are right," Quest

Craig explained. I I look around the place." I admitted. "Mr. Ashleigh before we

You have embarked on a new study "Why not downstairs?" Lenora I I II i The search took only a few mo- I go any further I must ask you for an

anthropology.you most forcibly What In characteristic connection with strike it* I asked suspiciously." "You did not come I ments. The monkeys ran and jumped II explanation as to the presence of that

Cunnlnsr:* The necklace might be where up with him. around them gibbering as though with person In your grounds
the skeleton Is. Why not begin at the beginning I his Y
? "I am driving the professor in S 5; pleasure. The leopard watched them The professor hesitated for a moment -

I automobile" Craig explained. "It occurred -, fly +1 always with a snarl and an evil light Then he slowly crossed the
The note unsigned but in the that if he to
was to me were going the drawer
in his eye. room, opened of a small
spot where a signature might have,I be long here I should have time to go They found nothing unusual until escritoire. and drew out a letter.
been there rough drawingof 1 and order another tire. It is of no
was a pen "You have heard
they came to the distant corner, where of Sir William
two hands, with fingers extended. I consequence though. I will go down a huge piano box lay on its side with i Raysmore the president of the Royal
talon fashion, menacingly as though and wait in the car." I II "
'I I the opening turned to the wall. society? he asked. ,
poised to strike at some unseen en- I Lenora stood at the top of the stairs "This is where the brute sleeps I I Quest nodded. a N/

emy. Quest, after their first momentof I and watched him disappear. Then she -.t suppose" Quest remarked. "Well I "This letter Is from him." the professor

stupefaction whistled softly. I went thoughtfully back to her work. 1 I II I iI turn it around anyway." continued. "You had better
"The hands!" he muttered. I The and '
professor Quest were talking t y .
.. They dragged it a few feet away read it"The ;Y n: / i
"What hands?" Lenora asked. at the farther end of the room. I I .Mb from the wall, so that the opening i criminologist read it aloud. Lenora .. 4 S
"The hands that gripped Mrs. Rhein- I "I was in hopes in great hopes" the M'f I n i 5 55
faced them. Then Lenora gave a little looked over his shoulder:
holdt by the throat" he reminded "that I
professor admitted you might i I and Quest stood suddenly still. zIt
cry
them. "Don't you remember? Hands I have heard something. I promised to |I II s I To Pro Edgar Asblf'lgh.Oew York_
i z "The skeleton! Lenora shrieked.I My Dear Professor Your communica-
without arms?" call at Mrs. Rbeinholdt's this afternoon I
"It's the skeleton!" I tion gratifies and amazes me. I can say
There was another brief, almost stupefied ." '| no more It fell to your lot to discover
I It was a skeleton so old that the the skeleton of the anthropoid, a marvelous -
silence. Then Laura broke into
Quest shook his head.
bones had turned a dull gray. Quest i thing in its way and needing only
speech. i "There is nothing to report at present i its corollary to form the greatest discov-
"What I want to know is," she demanded Mr. Ashleigh" he announced. r. glanced towards the hands. I.I.ery I since the dark a ea.Oow you tell
"Little fingers both missing." he that in the person of Hartoo. the last i Was Mrs Rheinholdt'a Necklace.
"who brought the thing "Dear me." the professor murmured. i of the Inyamo race of South America youhave
In Front of Them Crouched an Un- muttered. found that corollary. You have
I
here? "this is disappointing. Is there sup. other but somewhat
very larger black box
recognizable Creature. "Remember the ?" she exclaimed plied the missing link. You are in a position I ,
**A most daring exploit, anyway" no clue. Mr. Quest-no clue at all?" message to give to the world a definite and of the same shape and material as the

Quest declared. "If we could answer I "Not a ghost of one." Quest ackno>;ledged dered about almost aimlessly for near necklace may Where be the also.skeleton" is, the man.logical Let explanation me! give you of one the word evolution of warn-of previous one.

your question, Laura we could solve "I am as far off solving the ly half an hour. Then Quest came nodded ing professor before I write you at I "Say, who put that there?" he de
the whole riddle. We are against Quest shortly. greater length on the shatter Anthro
up
mystery of the disappearance of your to a sudden standstill Lenora gripped manded.
"Well search"They pologists are afflicted more. even than any
something, and no mistake. I skeleton and Mrs. Rheinholdt's neck- his arm. They had both heard the other race of scientific men. with jealousy. Lenora shook her head.
The hand which placed that box turned over everything In the Guard your secret well lest the honor of
lace as I have ever been. same sound-a queer, crooning cry "I locked the door when we went
place fruitlessly. There was no sign this discovery should be stolen from you.
there, Quest continued slowly, "is The professor took a courteous leaveof half plaintive half angry. of the necklace. WILLIAM RAYSMORE.The out," she assured him.

capable of even more wonderful them all and I Quest took the box into his
departed. Lenora "What's that? he exclaimed. "You get outside Lenora." Quest di professor nodded deliberatelyas hands
things. We must be cautious. Hello! crossed the room to where Quest and removed the lid. It seemed half
was Lenora still clung to his arm. rected. "Ill just bring this beast Quest finished the letter. I
The door had opened The profes- I '
seated. full of cotton-wooL On the
I "I hate this place" she whispered. round again and then well tackle the "Now, perhaps you can understand" top were
8Of stood upon the threshold. "Mr. Quest she asked "do be- 'a few lines of writing and beneath
"
.you "It terrifies me. What are we look- professor. he said "why it was necessary to keep
"I trust that I have done right in lieve in inspiration?" Hartoo hidden. In them the signature of the parted
ing for, Mr. Quest? Quest turned towards the creature absolutely a
coming up?" he inquired. "I attribute a large amount of my month's time will be hands. He read the form out slowly:
"Can't say that I know exactly the which crouched still huddled up in its my papers ready. ;
"Quite right, professor." Quest assured success" Quest replied "to my pro- Then I shall electrify the world. I
latter answered, "but I guess we'llfind corner.
all
Drop Invelltll'atlon.: The hands
that
him. "They know well enough found belief in it"
out where that cry came from. "Look at me" he ordered. shall write not a new page but a new return these Jewels command It.
downstairs that I am always at home "Then let me tell you." Lenora continued Sounded to me uncommonly like a hu- The creature obeyed. Once more its volume across the history of science. I

to,:you. Come In." I "that I have one. and a very man effort" frame seemed to grow mora virile and I shall-- Quest raised the cotton-wool. Beneath -

TI: am so anxious to learn" the professor I strong one. Do you know that when The door thrown lay Mrs. Rheinholdt's necklace!
They had made their way up as natural. was suddenly open. I
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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES work which the individual memberswill My hooking-up-the-back factotum I| A painful silence followed. man who invented this back door 'go Great White Trail. Not the evange-
have to do during the closing was enjoying her "afternoon off." It '! "This flap, here-where does it go, hang!' She doesn't know her business list, but a relative of our regular ;I
By Arthur Ivey weeks of the school term it was decided is not the fashion to walk abroad and what is this other thing hanging ." summer visitors, Chocolate, Walnut
Four more weeks of strenuous that after the next regular with a shoulder cape to conceal thel i' sideways, with a bunch of stuff at the i I can feel my husband's eyes bor- and Strawberry Sundae. The n!w
. school work, then comescommencement. meeting no further sesisons should be parting of the ways, so I was obliged end Great Scott! does every woman -: ing into me. He rises to his feet in sweet was advertised last night at a j
I held. The final reports from commit- to approach my husband-reluctantly have this performance to go I desperation, bracing himself firmly, > Broadway drug store, and Madge and
-0-- I tees will be received, and the year's enough, an dwith a meek and lowly !| through? What do women do who legs due east and west. With out- Betty, having no champagne dinnersin
The baseball star is on the wane in I work will be closed at this meeting. spirit pervading my whole being. He ;, have no husbands? Sit down on my raged emphasis he clutches at the their date book, gave it a whirl.
O. H. S. I -- was reading his morning paper. }II lap!" belt line. I j First the soda clerk placed part ofa
-0-- I Various members of the senior class There is something about; hookingup I I am balanced on his knees in the "I'll begin at the bottom this time. j preserved peach in the bottom ofa
The school year of 1915 will soon be I'have received announcements of the a wife's dress that tears a man's I'most unsteady position, straining every Now, hold your breath." glass. He added a big scoop of
in the modern classification, approaching-graduation of one ofl disposition to An otherwise 'I to I' 1.
history rags. nerve keep from laughing A steady, herculean effort to make vanilla ice cream, and put a slice of
instead of being, as at the present, their former classmates, Maxwell blameless life, one that suggests at "aloud. I can not distinguish the the belt meet follows. The mirror pineapple on top of that. Then he
among the "current events." I Scott, of Hamden, Ohio. Maxwell has times the beauty of holiness, can be |monologue he is murmuring-but his I tells me the end is near. The energy slapped on some whipped cream. The
-0-- I i the sympathy of his many O. H. S. transformed by a simple little hook face is reflected in the mirror. The expended makes me gasp. He thinkshe I girls, trying to figure whether it "i
"Signs of the times" seem to indi-i,friends, who can appreciate his feel- and eye into a-but, there are limitsto distress set forth there si too great a is strapping my trunk. i i would cost ten fifteen or twenty
cate that the vacation "Echo" will be ings at this time. domestic revelations. I tax on my risibles. Suddenly all effort is suspended. I !cents, had been looking on in awe.
unusually up to date. j -- "Dearest, can you hook up my i I "Stop shaking! What are you gig- stand speechless and motionless, j, Now they broke in:

-0-- I Last Tuesday morning, as school dress?" j I gling about? How can I do anythingwith bracing both mind and body for the '' "What's that you're putting on?"
"In time of peace, prepare for war" i j opened, a member of the Peanut club My husband grunted: "Oh, I sup- j you bobbing up and down? Do next outburst, but there is absolute i "A maraschino cherry."
seems to be the motto of the faculty t passed along Senior row and distrib- pose I can have whack at it." you think this is funny?" quiet. Timidly I venture: "What is |I "That's one on Billy Sunday gigBled -
in regard to fire drill-judging by the j uted to each member of the class an I took my stand in front of him, I I dare not venture to say "yes," but the matter, dearest?" j! Madge and Betty in chorus.
persistence with which the studentsare j invitation requesting them to be pres- and was allowed to stand a minute i do a lot of impromptu swallowing and "Holy Smoke! Keep quiet! I AM (Yes, that's their occupation.) "They
kept at it. j,ent at the school house Saturday without comment. lie seemed to "bet: coughing to cover my indiscretion,I PRAYING TO GOD FOR PA give it a temperance name, but puta
-- evening, April 24, at 8 o'clock. The contemplating the length of my back fearing that he may abandon the job TIENCE." cherry. dipped in high class booze
Class meetings have been a popular i boys of this club are to entertain the bone and accumulating indignation to 'at the most critical point. Opera- M. C. M. right on top! Here's howl"
form of diversion with the juniors senior girls on this occasion. The invitations cope with the situation. tions are suspended until I have been Fifteen cents each.
this week-we counted at least two I reduced to silence.
were quite appropriately en When I have sub-
"Stand 'round here to the LIGHT. BILLY SUNDAE HITS nRYHROADW.
before track. closed in shells the shells be- sided he
losing peanut : sufficiently takes another '
How can a man find those dinky little .\Y TRAIL Advertise all the time-not extravagantly -
in gtied with dainty bows of ribbonin things in the dark?" "whack at it." not wastefully, but don't give
Several visitors inspected school i the club colors, brown and light As I could not answer satisfactorilyI "Now sit still,-here's a rag-tag of I anybody a chance to forget you.
tan. The entertainment will be goods that (New York World)
this week. i lap over something-
i: was jerked, gently(?) into position.
And once again we have survivedthe I:unique in many ways and a most delightful "Where does this performance be- where? I don't see where it goes,- Billy Sundae has hit this city's l All round money getters-want ads.
time will result-so the but this other
monthly "exams. say gin-at the top or the bottom?" thing seems to dovetail ____ ___
The junior class lost a valued member oracles. i "Oh at the top." over it-is that right? Great Cae- 1J J
this week. Miss Hester Bedinger, \ sar! here's another silly thing hang- J j
Then commenced a series of dabs"at
of the class of 1916, accompanied by i HOOKING HER UP THE BACK ing down; why don't you cut it off? low
the collar and little digs at the lace Why don't you call and let us quote you our
her parents, left for their home in Where does it go? Get me the scis-
with the hooks. Nothing seemed to
Walton, Ky., Tuesday. While atend- I My adorable husband has "struck." sors-sit STILL!"
anchor, but I refrained from direct-
ing O. II. S. this year :Miss Bedinger i He has reformed. "Hooking his wife ing operations. I am sitting still, but, thinking in Summer Rates at the
has made many friends, who wish her !up the back" is to be a neglected in- his erratic frame of mind he means
vacation and that from this hour That "They won't stay a minute! Why, something else, I change
a pleasant hope i|dustry amen my position.
she will return in the fall to completethe I amiable process hay! proved too much under the canopy, don't you go to a "Now see what you did-the! whole Empire: : Hotel:: ;
decent dressmaker? I hooks
supposed
high school course with her class. i for his equanimity. If the determination blamed thing is loose again. Standup
--o- never again to wrestle with hook had to go opposite eyes. There are will you, and stand still. I'd rather -
I all zig-zagged down the line and The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,
harness
horse
The Classical club, at its Tuesday and eye had not reached this explosive a any time. Sup-
afternoon session, considered the ad-:t climax today, he might, sooneror hanging by threads. Why don't you pose a man had to chase 'round after makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
visability of disbanding for the year. : later, have landed in some institu- stay home sometimes and sew themon his wife to do up his back every time ;
On account of the extra amount of ,tion. where they belong?" he changed his coat. I'd let the wo j

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Mrs. Isabel, who has spent a delightful -< ..,. t-
winter in Orlando, ; /"i'j. f'.' 'f I .". '- -_
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portion of the winter in and around .. :- f. _.. _
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.his home in New York. ._. ':'" '-. "- \ "'

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I lady of :Marquette: :MiciL: is visiting "' \f .ti
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:Mr. and Irs. Senteney Robinsonand -
A BANK FOR ALL THE baby came over from DeLand -- ,,--
last evening to spend Sunday with -::
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The boy or girl I, young I f>' .

man, business woman and ::: -:: .
ALL THIS WEEK ,
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j housewife Special prices on ladies' hose, table ::-- '-- -
Bank useful from their own linen, large line of corsets that we are Il.s .
particular point of view. The closing out, ladies' dresses; special --
broad and efficient service assortment of ladies' waists at 50c. ..- -
Siemens' Millinery and Dry Goods
meets the requirements of all Store. 4-25-3tc !::

classes and covers every EVERY NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE

banking need as applied to ORLANDO SOCIETY "FEDERAL RESERVE" SYSTEM WHICH IS THE BEST
both.
BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
Savings Accounts and Check- (Continued from page 5))
ing Accounts MUSICAL NUMBERS AT THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLION

METHODIST CHURCH.The DOLLARS OF GOLD INTO THIS SYSTEM AND UPONTHIS
THE STATE BANK OF following pieces will be playedby
Chas.Ioore:: violinist, of Scranton, GOLD IS ISSUED CURRENCY.A .

ORLANDO Pa., at the Methodist church Sunday NATIONAL BANK IS UNDER THE STRICT SUPER-
evening, April 25: .
Apple Blossoms (a "tone poem")__ VISION OF THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WHICH .

_____________________ K. Roberts IS A GUARANTEE OF CONSERVATIVE AND PROPER BANK-
Intermezzo from "Cavalleria Rus-

ticani" ______________ P. Mascagni ING.
; Traumerei ____________ R. ShumannMr.
riz Moore is a member of Law-
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SOCIETY NOTESOF "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
INTEREST.Miss .
Mildred Firnkoess entertainedthe
Entre Nous Club yesterday after-
noon at the home of her hostess, Mrs.C. .
G. Westcott on Lake Lucerne. The
guests were Misses Reba Hilburn and
Miss Elizabeth Branham. Mrs. Forte
won the club prize and Miss Branhamthe

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boxes of Japanese stationery. A beau-
tiful salad of peaches stuffed with i
dates and topped with whipped cream
dressing, chese balls, hot rolls, and
chocolate were served, the salad being
garnished with nasturtiums. Yester-
day's meeting was the last of the sea-
son, three of the members expecting
to leave during the coming week. The

club has proved a very congenial and RUSSIAN WHITE OIL
successful one and will be reorganized
next fall. Those leaving are Misses
Fernkoess, Beacham and Fud e-
Miss Firnkoess to Cincinnati, :Miss:
Beacham to New York, and Miss

t. Fudge to Macon.-oAt A perfect lubricant with absolutely

a recent and enthusiastic meet-
i ing of the membership committee of .
the Civic League held in the (Chapter carbon. \
House, it was decided to divide the no
city into four divisions, each of which
will be canvassed for new workers for
the organization. Two new members,
Mrs. George E. McCulloch, and Mrs.J. .
THAT
THINK WHAT MEANS
L. Feinberg, were added to the
committee and the following ladies
were appointed to the four districts:
Southeast, Mrs. Benedict, Mrs. Curtis,
b and Mrs. Merck; southwest, Mrs. Hil-
pert and Mrs. McCulloch; northeast,
Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Watson, and Mrs.
Feinberg; northwest, Mrs. Morey and
Miss Rock. The committee will meeton
Monday, May 10, to make its re-
'White Beauty"Hoosier __ port. .
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The committee in charge of the

Kitchen Cabinet bridge Rosalind tournament Club Thursday to be reauests given at that the San Juan Garage Company'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII'I'I"II'IIIIIJI'IIIIII"III'I il

t t all who wish to take part in the tour-
f nament select their partners before
Thursday and notify the committee.
t Saves miles of steps for tired feet. Delivered $1.00 cash, Thursday and notify the committee.No > MMMMii . iililllllij
t $1.00 week. luncheon will be served as origi-
nally planned. The bridge tournamentwill s

t Hoosier White Beauty is now on Display. Let us LeRoy start B.promptly Giles is at chairman 3 o'clock.of Mrs.the -

1 f show you the special features for Florida. committee. ''r.
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t Miss Edith Hoeffler entertained a
number of friends Friday night at her
\ OSCAR HAND & SON home on South Liberty street. The
house was attractively decorated in I
garden flowers and from a prettily P J JI
r Sole Agents for Orange County decorated stand punch was served- j : .
t during the evening. Various games.
were played, and later frozen pudding
I with nut cream and cake were served. i

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Miss Hannay Ellis, of Ocala and
Miss Kitty Vanderpool, who have been .
THE SAVINGS CENTER
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the attractive guests of :Miss: Eloise

E Robinson for several days, left yesterday : ......... '':' .
. morning, the former for Alta- SAVINGS, like other forms of SUREINVESTMENTS
monte Springs, and the latter for her
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES home in Maitland.
in the long run are I II
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Civic League members will pleas I II
placed where earning power combines with
bear in mind that the meeting on
:Monday: afternoon will be called
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin promptly at three o'clock, in order to I GREATEST SAFETY. .
dispose of business before four, when
That is why this Bank has 800 SAVING ; f
:Mrs.: Jennings will address the mem-

Pendantor bers. II DEPOSITORS and is the SAVING CENTER z r .
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Miss Norma Gettier entertained ata OF FLORIDA. a -
theatre party and supper Friday .
other piece of jewelry ;you want, ;you can get the best night' in honor of Miss Kerns, who I -
value for your money: by coming to us. will leave shortly for her home in 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts.
Philadelphia.
We specialize in pieces of the better class-find --0-

goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof Miss Wombly and her class of #c

merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly went young out girls to.Russell's of the Methodist Point for church a lit- t

low. We also offer ;you choice selections and tle outing yesterday morning. I
the best service. -- -
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We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it terday for New York city where she
-the kind of quality that guarantees satisfaction to the will spend a month or so. .
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with Mrs.meetings A. G.--0-Branham.0 of the. Here and Or1allO n Bank & Trust t C Coffipally


There Club have been discontinueduntil

T.D.EVANS October.
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baby are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Robinson.
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yesterday by Miss Elizabeth Bran- I
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