The morning sentinel
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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: May 16, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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k. Salandra Is Again Premier Of Italy; I IS II I



Senate Passed Few Bills Yesterday and Cabinet Believed His
Emmanuel's Choice of Salandra Ends Day of Rioting- GATES OF PRZEMYSL ESPERAXZA
-School Boards Are Statements :Might Menace
Salandra Represents People and People Clamor That War

Be Declared on Austria Unless Every Italian to Be Elected in GERMANS NOW OCCUpy JAROSLAU IJomesticVelfare of GUNBOATS G010 THEIR RESCUE

DistrictsBy America
" Demand Is Fully Granted

C. F. JohnsonThe Which Is Directly North of Washington, May 15.-Dr. Bernard Expeditionary Force From New

BULLETIN: Madrid, May 15.-A revolution has broken out in Sentinel Bureau, Przemysl Fortress-Paris Dernberg, often referred to as the unofficial Orleans and Raleigh May
Portugal. Tallahassee, Fla., May 15. spokesman of Emperor Wil-

Lisbon the capital, has been bombarded by the battleship Representative S. S. Griffin was Says Progress Has liam in the United States, has made I Be Sent to Relieve
asked today if he had introduced the plans to leave the country of his own
Vascoda Gama, whose crew had mutinied and killed the captain. publicity bill in the house which appeared Been Made initiative within a short time.It Them

The mutiny has spread among the army. Fighting is reportedto from Senator Donegan in the became known in official quar-

be in progress at many points. senate yesterday.Mr. London, :May 15.-Defeat of the ters here today that in view of the intimations Washington, May .-The state
Wilson and
A report is that a revolutionary committee is in control of the Griffin replied that he under- Germans north of Ypres by the allied the cabinet that President displeased with Dr.Dernberg's department officials are deeply con-
situation stood four petitions were being circu- forces, who carried several trenches were cerned over the welfare of fifty i
at Lisbon. lated in Orlando and that he would speeches, justifying the .
before Hetsas and then occupied that Americans, said to be surrounded by
Rebellion is said to have broken out at Ciobra, Oporto, Lisbon wait to receive these petitions to geta portion of Steenstraate which lies sinking of the Lusitania, and some of Yaqui Indians near Esperanza, stateif 1

and Santarem. free expression from the people be- west of the Yser, and then took pos- his other public utterances, which Sonora, and unless reports are j

Fugitives reaching Badajose describe the situation as extremely fore he pushed the measure calling session of the bridge across the canalat they believed sentiment might of be Germans calculated in the to quickly received of their safety an i
for a publicity tax. this point, is reported tonight by array expeditionary force from the New Or-
menacing. Telegraph and telephone communication has been United States the Washington
against ,
1 sev- Whatever action is taken in the the French war office. leans and the Raleigh, now at Guaymas -
ered and the troops appear to be powerless. senate Mr. Griffin will hold up the bill As an offset, the Austrian report government, friends of Dernberghere will be sent to rescue them.

, The Fabra News Agency, from whose agent this dispatchcomes until he gets this approval from the states that both in Poland and Gali- United have States.persuaded Just him when to Dr.leave Dern-the The department today gave out the ..

gives it out under but it believes the informa- tax payers. cia the Russians continue their retreat following:
reserve, says would leave not made
Martin's berg was
Representative primary while in the Pruth region all the "The American consul at Hermosil- J
tion probably is correct. election bill, which was amended so Russian attacks have been repulsed, known. It was believed he would go lo reports under date of May 14 thata
Cuba South America.Dr. .
that county commissioners and mem- with the Teutonic forces "standing be- to or report from Guaymas confirms the
Italy Faces War or Revolution bers of the school boards will be elect- fore the gates of Przemysl." Dernberg's activities have been killing of J. J. Donovan, W. A. Fay 'J
ed in their own districts, passed the Announcements also have been closely observed by the president and Jack Wilson and several Mexicans.
Rome, May 16 ((1 A. M.)-Antonio Salandra is again premier of house this morning after a lengthy made that there is an occupation of other high officials here, who came to They were killed by Yaqui Indians on .

Italy. After two failures to secure a leader for a capable German debate. Jarouslau, directly north of Przemysl, believe in the last week that a contin- May 13." 1
The senate passed but few bills to- the Germans and the of uation of his speeches and statements Rear Admiral Benson, chief of
cabinet, the king again turned in his extremity to the great inter- by capture might in the event of a critical turn operations -
the afternoon in
day, consuming an
Dobrible Stary, Sambor, and Boryslau received a message from
ventionist and Salandra is back in office. Salandra is in relations with Germany
executive session considering removal
south and east of the great Aus- miral Howard saying that
than he ever was, for he comes back and is able to make terms as orders from the governor.No trian fortress, by Austrians. the domestic welfare of America. It has been going on at Ures, a Ad'I'I
to tHe composition of his cabinet and as one man who can solve word has been received officiallyby Berlin claims the Russians in the has been denied repeatedly by the near Hermosillo, and nine men
well Dr.
the great problem which Italy faces "war revolution." the governor concerning the removal Baltic literal have been checked be- German embassy, as as by been killed. It is not stated
or of the members of the county fore Shavli. Dernberg himself, that he was a these men were Americans. The dispatch -
There is little doubt which way Salandra's choice will turn, for commission of Hillsboro recommended Austro-German troops succeeded in spokesman for the German govern also stated troops refused to
he represents the people and the choice of the people is unmis- by the grand jury there this week. crossing the Carpathians in a number ment or that he had official standing.In advance against the Yaqui Indians. i

\ takable. It is that war be declared on Austria unless every Italian Marianna Investigation effaces! in their pursuit of the Rus- view, however, of the fact that he The reason was not given but it is .
Tallahassee, Fla., May 15.-A spe- sians, Berlin. formerly was colonial secretary in the to be because the Indians
demand is says presumed
fully granted. cial committee of five, three from the The French claim of the occupationof German foreign office and has become have been divided about equally be- .;
Salandra's acceptance of the task of forming a cabinet ended a house and two from the senate, will that portion of Steenstraate west prominently active in behalf of the tween Villa and Carranza forces.In .

day of rioting from one end of the country to the other, of political leave Tallahassee this afternoon for of the. canal is met by the Berlin German cause since the outbreak of the opinion of navy department :;;

turmoil and of kingly temporizing and perplexity. Twice within Marianna to begin rigid investigationinto I statement that night attacks by the man-Americans the war, officials attach here official believe Ger- officials the reason for the outbreak i
the reform school fire some allies at this point were repulsed.In weightto by the Indians is that they resent
twenty-four hours the king has sought some one to Salan- his utterances.Dr. .
replace months The committee
ago. expectsto the fighting north of Arras, the having much of their land taken away
dra and twice he has been unsuccessful.U. remain in Marianna for several French claim the battle is continuing, Dernberg himself issued a state- by Mexican authorities.
days, and many witnesses will be while the German summary says com- ment in New York yesterday, declar-
he had discussed matters
summoned to testify. parative quiet. Paris asserts that ing never
S. Fails to Hear From Germany that had arisen diplomatically be-
further has been made south-
Washington, May 15.-A cablegram received today from Am- BIG THREE DAYS CELEBRATION, east of Notre progress Dame de Lorette. Ber- tween the United States and Ger NEVI BANK KENANSVILIE

bassador Gerard to the state department, sent at 7 o'clock last WOODMEN OF WORLD lin is quiet on the activities in this ment many.on Officials that beyond here pointing made no to com-Dr.Dernberg's .

night, said he had not then received the American note cabled him section, but asserts the French at- speech in Cleveland re- -
The Woodmen of the World will tacks on the heights to the north have
via Rome for to the Berlin the attackon Was Organized Yesterday-M.
delivery to
foreign office. Officials expected cently seeking justify
have a big_three_ further advices soon, but took steps to trace the note and Orlando July 3-4-5. July 3 will be I the Lusitania. M. Smith Is President of ,

hasten its delivery. "trades day;" July 4, unveiling of{ GREAT CROWD IN ORLANDO New Institution-Has J
four monuments at the cemetery and YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Discussion in diplomatic ;
quarters over Germany's probable atti- LAST NIGHT
4 basket picnic winding Good Start
July big up
t tude continued, and, though Count Bernstorff, the German ambassador with a grand masked dance uo town. National League

still was silent, some of his friends said he was pleased with The affair will be well advertisedand Almost midsummer and no let up in New York 10, Chicago 0. before
large crowd is expected. The business is a good index of the Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 1. Early yesterday morning,
the friendly character of the note, and was confident that the con- a I people in this section were astir
healthy condition of Orlando. The 10. many
Boston 6
celebration will be held under the aus- ,
troversy could be satisfactorily adjusted."WHO'lL pices of the local camp of \Voodmen.The moving picture theatres were throngedlast Philadelphia 11, St. Louis 2. a large automobile bearing four people
public will be invited.A. night, and not to be outdone the American League and several large sacks of specie i
merchants did a good business. It Cleveland 2, New York 4. was seen wending its way southward
seemed as though everybody was Detroit 2 Boston 5. toward the Osceola county line, with
WAS CAUSE ; Kenansville its destination.This .
OCALA MAN INJURED "down town, either buying or enjoy- Chicago 1, Washington 3.
new town is located about
ing social relation. St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 4.
fifty miles south of Kissimmee on thline
Ocala, Fla., May 15.-Robert L. League
of the Florida East Coast rail-
Answer to This Question Foundin Baptist Missionary Declares the West, the well known manager for J. DEATH OF E. E. TETRICKMr. Baltimore Buffalo 5, 10 Newark, Brooklyn 7. 6. way, and is being rapidly developedby

Advertisement of the Mexicans Warred B. McCrary company, had a narrow the industrial department of the
When escape last night when train No. 9, and Mrs. J. W. Rex received a Pittsburgh 0, Chicago 10. above mentioned road. For time
Orlando Bank & Trust Vision Was A. C. L. which he letter deathof St. Louis 13, Kansas Citv 2. some
Cleared to on was a passen- yesterday announcing the rumors have been rife that a bank
ger, was fired on six miles north of E. E. Tetrick of Worthing, W. Va. League
Co. in This Issue Them 12 Atlanta 8. was to be established in that thrifty
by Preaching Memphis ,
Ocala. The ball smashed window Mr. and Mrs. Tetrick spent the last Nashville 1 New Orleans 8. town, which is in a section becoming
by which West was sitting grazed his five winters in Orlando. He was a famous for its cattle and trucking industry -
From its foundation the Orlando Houston, Texas, May .-"The shoulder and threw glass in his face. member of the Knights of Pythias at Chattanooga 3, Birmingham 8. as well as prolific
Bank and Trust Company has stood He hurt. Little Rock 1-1. Mobile 2-11. orange
present revolution in Mexico is largely was not seriously Worthing and attended meetings groves.
for conservatism in all that the term Officers are hunting for the perpe- 1 hpre. lie had neuralgia of the heartI South Atlantic League
Yesterday Mr. M. M. Smith and a
implies, and by this wise nolicy has due to preacLing the gospel in trators. I I and was sick two days."Don't Columbus 5, Augusta 4. few of his friends opened the First
steadily and consistently grown untilit Mexico," declared J. C. Chastian. a -- Albany 2, Savannah 1.
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State Bank of
Kenansville which
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Jacksonville 4 Charleston 0.
stands in the forefront of the ,
now veteran missionary in Mexico, at the
no distant date bids fair to becomeone
most progressive in Florida.Its and rugged. financial afternoon session of the Southern Mention It In The Paper"annual Macon 6, Columbia 4. of the leading banking institutions
in South Florida, if not in the
Baptist Convention here the
capital, surplus and undivided OPENING OF AMUSEMENT= PARK state.
amounts to $134,000 and its afternoon being devoted to missionaries j
profits -- AT RUSSELL'S POINT The officers chosen were M. M.
total resources approach nearly one from various fields covered by It is surprising and at the same pilgrimages in search of Smith, president; A. L. Hunt, vice- .
million dollars, falling short of this the convention. time amusing to a man in snakes and curios to restock his museum On Saturday morning. May 22, president; B. F. Roe cashier; directors g,
amount by very little. "The preaching of the gospel led newspaper which hcd becom? somewhat Ivanhoe Park, at Russell's Point, will Paul Trudell L. B. Drawdy M.
The dividends paid since its organ- the people in Mexico to think and his daily search for news at the requests be thrown to the public. It will
depleted during the busy season, and open :\ Smith, A. L. Hunt, and B. F. Roe. 1 11.
\ ization a few years ago are surpris- when they began to think for themselves some people make, such as while engaged in capturin" rattler, remain open until 11 o'clock. There The capital stock of the bank is
ingly large, reaching the gratifyingand they began to se ethey" had "please don't mention it in the paper," had been strng in the hand. will be many and varied attractions $15,000, and the first day's depositswere i
satisfactory total of $72,500. rights and demanded them, contin- Our friend who is a professionaldoctor such as boating free moving pictures, very gratifying to the officials. J
.. As a trust company premier service ued Chastian. etc.The climax was reached yesterday! as well as charmer had dressed dancing, bowling, fishing, and swim-
I has been bestowed upon its patrons. Chaotic conditions in Mexico were however, when a Sentinel scribe ran the injured member and had experi- minr. Saturday will be children's 1
"0. B. & T. Co. SERVICE" spells re- brought about by the revolution, as across an old friend, who had just returned enced no inconvenience except a badly day. The new management has of- SUBMARINES CAN BE MADE
sults. This coupled with ".COXSERYA described by various missionaries and from the wilds of South Flor- inflamed hand and was as unconcerned fered a prize of $10 in gold to the QUICKLY BY U. S.Washington. :i
:\ ," safety: and progressiveness, the statement was maJc that: at the ida and who was nursing what seemed about it as though! it was an resident in Orange county suggesting
makes of the Orlando Bank and Trust close of war opportunities for missionary to be an injured hand. every day occurrence. But he didn't the best name for the new park. Read .-An expert naval con- 1
Company a bank as solid as the Rockof labor will be five times greater When asked about the cause he replied fail to admonish: the newsgatherer not the advertisement in this issue and structor at the navy department tonight .
Gibraltar. than now. in the and win the said that, from the information J
that he had been on one of his' to put it in the paper. get on contest
"Who will be your executor" is a gold. in the possession of this government, 1
question asked by the company in an .ss.ss.s..s.sssss there is no reason to believe that Ger- t
advertisement appearing in.this issue. NEGRO RIDDLED WITH BULLETS RATTLESNAKE BITE PROVES man submarines would be able to t
Answer No. 1 follows the question. S s Was Nearly Ground To DeathYesterday FATALA bring their underwater war to the
Read and be convinced that ;your faith shores of the United States. "

has not been misplaced. Louisville Ky May 13.-Because ss very sad and unfortunate death The United States could turn out j
he wrote an insulting' notes that of Friday at Pine Castle fifty submarines in eight months, if 1 I
afternoon as train No. Mr. Frary had spent the day in Orlando was this
POLICE COURT ON GOOD BEHAVIOR to a white girl a negro farm 80, north bound over the Atlantic a guest at the San Juan, and when W. Armstead Ford, 13 years old, necessary, expert declares. ,!
Pt hand in a remote section of. Coast Line, was leaving Orlando at had done some shopping having several died as the result of a rattlesnakebite.
Kempner county adjoining this, 213.V.. R. Frary of Eustis, in at- bundles in his arm which hin- An Orlando ohysician was summoned TINKERING WITII FIRE BELL i I
Durine the week there has been a s was taken out by: a posse late last tempting to board it after it was under dered him somewhat in getting on the but before medical aid arrived
scarcity of cases on the police court s night bound to a foot bridge ands way: missed his footing and fell train. the little boy had passed away. He Chief Dean and his cohorts were

docket which infers that Orlando's s riddled with bullets. No arrests I between the dining car and the Pull- There was quite a crowd at the depot was the son of Mrs. W. H. Ford. busy yesterday rigging up a device 1 I
morals have been made. s coach to the for the automatic ringing of the fire
are steadily improving. man holding railing at the time and many who saw
s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s alarm. The device
s-s with one hand. the of the was perfected. A I
precarious position passenger MRS. J. B. LAWTON IS IMPROVING -
TilE WEATHER He was quickly grasped by the flag- as he fell were almost horrified. RAPIDLYThe vast throng of onlookers watched the I
1:. S. LIMITED MAIL SENT= ON man who was standing nearby on the as they: expected to see his mangled work. J!
Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon LUSIT.A L'VashinctonReports\ platform and held in that position until remains under the train, and a sigh many friends of Mrs. J. B. ii
day. the train could be stopped, thereby of relief went up when he was res- Lawton will be delighted to know that BOARD OF TRADE: MEETS MONDAY 11 I
received at preventing him from falling under she is rapidly improving following an NIGHT I
the postoffice department today show I and being ground to pieces. He was cued.Quick presence of mind displayedby operation at the McEwan sanitarium. There will be a regular meeting of 1!
Come and hear those Columbia rec- that 922 pieces of registered mail and I Ipihtvthree assisted on board none the worse for the flagman, whose name we could So favorable was her condition that the Board of Trade Monday at the .
ords. You will want one. Curtis & sacks of other mail were II III his harrowing experience, except be- not learn. is all that saved Mr. Frary she was removed to he.' home :ye<;rter ''an Jun hotel and every Orlando !
O'Neal, boog and music store. 0n ,1e Ltz !ia. ing badly shaken up and excited. from an untimely death. day. booster ia urged to attend.v .


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UNCLE SAM TO PLAY WAR I|l high schCI-course and closed his l.

BIG SPECIALSALE I marks with a tribute to the re-f'
New York.-Considerable secrecy who are devoting their time and their :
has masked the projected naval war strength to the cultivation of young-
game which is to begin on the departure I Americans. ThatIr.. Howard's VELVET BEAN
of the fleet from this port on speech was appreciated was amply'
Tuesday next-an operation that is to demonstrated by: the round of apI I
be conducted on a greater scale than plause with which his remarks were I AND
any ever before attempted by our greeted.
navy. --0-
The navy itself is looking forwardto After an absence of several weeks COW PEAS
the result with keenest interest. Norman Langenbach is again operating -
That result is regarded as one of ex- the drums in the high school or-
treme importance, as it will demon- chestra.
strate whether a foreign foe can ef- --0- Makes Rich LandClay
fect a landing on our eastern seaboardor The Classical club's proposed enter-
whether the navy as now consti- tainment of the senior German club
tuted can repel such an attack. had to be called off on account of the
Admiral Fletcher's fleet of sixteen many other matters which are occu-

battleships, with its cruisers, scouts, pying the time of the members of the ; Cow Peas, per bushel ____________________ $2.40

destroyers and submarines will be the graduating class.Empire. Unknown Peas, per bushel _____________________ 2.4-3

FORMonday defending force. The attacking force, Speckle Peas, per bushel ______________________ 2.10 ,
theoretically equal in number, but nu-
merically inferior, will be made up of Hotel Yokohoma Beans, per bushel _________________ 5.00

the auxiliaries, each constructively Early Amber Sorghum, per bushel ______________ 1.8";

represeting division of battleshipsor Kaffir Corn, Peck ___________________________ .7:>
a squadron of transports. The ma- Teosinte, Ib. .38
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jestic board upon which the great PA SUNDAYCDINNER 500(
game is to be played extends from DUG
:Mail: Express or Freight Orders Solicited.
Cape Hatteras to Eastport, Me., and
seaward a distance of 1,200 miles.
War is supposed to have been de-
clared and at the moment of its declaration Cream of Chicken, a la Reine
Baked Sea Trout, la Creole
Ladies WaistsFine cruisers, the destroyers battleship and fleet submarines, with its, Celery Pommes a Sweet Delemonica Pickles City Drug| StoreJ.

are supposed to be in Newport. It is
known that the fleet of the enemy has Prime Ribs of Beef au Beurre
Fricassee of Chicken ORLANDO FLORIDA
put out from the Azores. Then wordis Balotina of Lamb Stuffed with Spinach ,
Quality Voiles embroidered col- received that it has been sighted
1.200 miles to the eastward of New Tapioca, a la Reine
lars also excellent quality Lawn Waists York, that its strength is equal to Mashed Potatoes- Green Beans
; that of the American fleet and thatit French Corn Pudding Steamed Rice
is accompanied by a huge numberof .
and of
grand assortment striped
: a Crepe transports.It Vanilla Custard Pie

Waists in the very newest styles. is the assumed intention of the Chocolate Peach Ice Cream Pudding, lemon Jelly sauce Cake
hostile commander to seize a base, Tea Coffee Iced Tea II
and that the first attack, if it succeeds CAREY HAND
Great values at $1.00 and $1.50
in establishing a base, would
be swiftly followed by a second. The I Saturday and Mon-

69 CentsWe business of our fleet is to interceptthe f
Monday Only enemy and to prevent him from day's SpecialsBest FUNERAL DIRECTORAND

establishing a base, either by defeat- EMBALMER '
ing the fleet or by destroying the Patent Flour-

transports.Rear 24 Ib. sack __________$1.00
have of Admiral Beatty,Jivho has been 12 lb. sack __________ .50
a large assortment
very detached from the command of the Best Hams per lb. _______ .18 All calls answered Promptly Dayor
Norfolk navy yard for this special Head Rice, per lb. ________ .07
Ladies Shoes :duty, will be in command of the aux- 8 bars Lenox Soap for ____ .25 Night. Hand Block.
iliaries, the force representing Grits and Meal, 9 Ibs. for .25
enemy. His flagship will be the 26- 7 pkgs., 5c. size Washing

knot scout cruiser Chester. He will Powder ______________ .25 Orlando Florida.PHONE .
in the very newest lasts that must be have with him the mine layer San Pure ground Coffee, per lb. .18 ,
Francisco, three colliers, three destroyers _
Tomatoe Catsup, pint bot. .17 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
sold fast the repair ship Vestal, and Fancy Peaches and Prunes
as we are getting ready to
other vessels of the auxiliary division. per lb., 13c., 2 lbs for __ .25
make alterations in the building and Four of these, the colliers Jupitgr Kinghan Breakfast Bacon,
and Neptune, the Vestal, and the San per lb., _______________ .21
must make roam quick. You can Francisco, yesterday dropped out' of Honest measure and weights
their place in line and stood seaward
half of the to: take up their place somewhere on
save just regular price on Cash Co.Tel.
the eastern edge of the big ocean Grocery The Orlando Meat MarketT.

Shoes at this Special Sale. theatre. 618. 7 E. CHURCH ST.
Hear Admiral Knight, who is to be
A. YANCY Manager
the chief umpire, will fly his flag from

the old cruiser Brooklyn. The other Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
umpires will also be on board the

Ladies' Patent Leather and Gun Brooklyn$. Sims, ,commanding these being Capt.torpedo William flotilla L Culollial l ) HillYau I Florida and Western Meats

who will be the umpire of the Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, EtcS
Metal, Baby Doll Lasts, $3.00 Blue, or defending fleet, and Lieut.
Commander II. E. Yarnell, who has Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
hear about Colonial .
been detached from the War Collegeto

\ Monday Only $1.49 tacking act as fleet.umpire of the Red, or at- Hills. PHONES {Residence Business 135 133 Cor. Orange P. O.Ave.BOX and zz6 Church St.

You read about Colo-
The problem was drawn by the
War College in conjunction with the nial Hills.
I General Board of the Navy, of which
Admiral Dewey is head. Its outcome You talk about Colo-

Patent Colonial Pumps, new heel, will be discussed by the War College nial Hills.
and the fleet. SE.A:: T'?
i t $3.00 regular price, for Sooner or later you
will buy in Colonial
1Ie Is practically a complete poultry feed. Is the cheapest of

f Monday Only $1.49 By Arthur Ivey Hills. Why not NOW! feeds when bought at the right price.

It will give you satis- We have it at the right price. '
Final exams? Oh, yes! The sen-
l / iors have taken theirs! It is a senior faction and profit. $2.65 per 100 pound sack delivered; $2.60 at platform.

"privilege" to take "finals" one week
r earlier than the rest of the classes

Special Ladies' Radcliffe Tan Pumps have theirs. --0- CARL DANN L. DeWITT. M'e'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447Cream

$3.00 and $3.50 values Did all the seniors pass? Well, none .
of the teachers have reported any :
failures, although there are a few papers I
Monday Only $1.49 > yet to be graded. But there is
little danger of failures as the members -
of this year's senior class are, Pure Ice ,
on the whole, pretty well up in their
respective subjects.
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Don't Forget Special For This class, the largest ever com- I !: .
pleting the O. H. S. course, is com- When you want PURE ICE I For Party
posed of nine girls and six boys. On I CREAM call for HAND'S. If i

Monday Only entering the freshman class four you don't believe that we take Clubthe

;years ago the class numbered twentysix greatest care in its manuVie make our Ice Cream from Church Social I
members, of that number eleven
facture come up and watch us All
= have dropped out, some stopping to tubercular tested cows.
to work, and others make it. You will be surprisedcans School SocialLodge I
go moving away. moulds and everything
Fifteen graduates from a freshman at the care every detail is given.
THEHiMoni used in the manufacture of our
class of twenty-six: is not so bad a Any kind you want, any time
record, however. Ice Cream is thoroughly sterilized. -
you want it. In any quantity PicnicOrder

any rate, the-oAt -senior "finals" are from a quart up. t '

I Bunch over-the class of 1915 has completedits You are cordially invited to Hands Pure

course-in a few more days the inspect our factory at any
members of the gratduating class will time. Ice Cream
be numbered among the alumni of
O. H. S.
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Berlin.-Did Von Hindenburg win ROAD Tokio.-II. E. Guppy, a graduate of
the two victories of the Mazurian Thursday was ascension day, and an English universitwho came heioa monk set out on the first of hi' pil received here says that a whale
services were held in the Cathedraland We made our first trip over the new primages to distant -hrme He inu-t si\t\-fhe feet long! with a mine at-
Lakes? Partisans of General Von ? teacher of English in one of the ,
in the chapel of St. Luke, adjoining brick road and it tached to ittail has been washed
enjoyed immensely 'xist entirely through gifts he i:" able
Gaffron, schools has
Von Hindenburg displaced St. Luke's renounced Christianitjand ashore on one of the small islands
hospital. though i I we did not ride in an auto at to secure from the pious. Some of
have started a lively contro- become a Buddhist monk. off the coast of Holland.
!the rate of "fifty miles an hour," as shrines which he must visit
onV Some time he are
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clever plans of Von Gaffron. admire old w. p.'s "knocking" quali rience. We jogged along quite pleas- His formal initiation consisted in !where he must brave the discomforts have spent the season' at their pretty
ties.-Tampa Times. Especially if he antly, no jolting or hard pulling for part of a long fast, after which the :of cold nights with no covering and home in Concord Park were among
Get the news In the Sentinel first. is pecking on a tin roof. top of the novitiate's head was shaved ,those:; departing yesterday afternoonover
the horse through deep sand ruts. clad only in the thinnest of clothing.
and on the bare scalp three lumps of the Atlantic Coast Line en routeto
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hundred willing hands to release him. i i unconscious, since that scrap. lie

Quest drew up the rope quickly i' can tell you what time he saw me

'ThBLACK oxll warned by a roar of anxious voices i i last. Bring the girls along Frencb-

Then he commenced to descend, let ,I I ahd hurry!"

ting' himself down hand over hand, always rr Quest hung up the receiver

I with one eye upon that lengthof Inspector French was as good, even

By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM rope that swung below. Suddenly. better than his word. In a surpris

l Author ofMr. Grtx of Monte 1 i l as he reached the second floor a little mgl short time he enters tht- r oni.

Pp Carlo." .'The Vanished Messenger cry from the crowd warned him followed by Laura and Lea Quest

." "The Lighted JVay."etc.Noye1iud i of what had happened. Tongues of gave them a hand each, ?ut it was

/ flame curling out from the blazing Into Lenora's eyes that he )looked

/ i building had caught the rope. which "I mustn't stop to hear vclir story,
from the motion picture drama of the
came name produced by the "
/ being burned t 1.pnora. Quest said. "You safe-
Universal lilm Manufacturing Company. Illustrated with was through not,a dozen re
4 photographs from the motion picture production feet away from him. He descended that"s the great thing."

i a little farther and paused in mid- Found her in an empt house"

;" French reported. "out Grajson avenue

(Copyright. 1915. by Otis F. Wood.) air.A shout from the crowd reachedhim. waow, Mr Quest I don't want to

SYNOPSIS. "In Just the same way" he explained y aI t come the official over you too much.

"that I am sending her this "The cables! Trye the cables!" ( but If ou11 kindly remember you'rean
Banford Quest master criminologist of at the moment-a 1 He glanced round. Seven escaped prisoner"
message present or eight
that in i
the world finds bringing to justice -
MacdougaL the murderer of Lord I message which she will receive and feet away and almost level with him, There was a Knock at the door. A

Afihlelfth's daughter, he has but just be- understand wherever she is hidden. was a double row of telegraph wires. I young man entered in chauffeur! livery -
gun a life-and-death struggle' with a mys-
terious master criminal. In a hidden hut Would lOU like to know what I am Almost as he saw them the rope below with his head still Bandaged

in Professor Ashlel h's garden he has telling her?" him burned through and fell to the | i\ ItI Quest motioned him to come jn
seen an anthropoid ape skeleton and a living I
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Inhuman creature, half monkey, half The man shivered. His eyes, as ground. lie swung a little towards isa : "I'll just repeat my stor of that

man destroyed by fire. In his room have though fascinated watched the little the side of the house pushed himself j morning. Mr. French." Quest said! We
appeared from nowhere black boxes One I I II'
containing diamonds torn from a lovely instrument. vigorously away from it with his feet, went out to find Macdougal. and sucreeded -

throat by a pair of armless, threatening "I am saying this, Craig Quest and at the farthest point of the out- Put It Away; You Know You Daren't Use It" I as you Know Just as I was
hands both with sarcastic, threateningnotes
signed by the incrutable hands. On continued. "Craig is here and in my ward swing jumped. His hands grap- In the road. It's for you to say wheth-1 I starting for home those two thugsset
his return from finding the body of Mac- power. He is sitting within a few pled the telegraph wires safely. Even I' er it be identified." The thoughts formed themselvesi I II upon me. You Know how I made 'v
dougal. who had escaped" his to I
prison he is arrested for on the murder way of feet of me and will not leave this In that tense moment he heard a little Quest drew a sigh of relief."That's i mechanical in her mind. Her eyes my escape. They went off in my automobile -

his valet. Ross Brown and a Miss Quigg. room until he has told me your where- sob of relief from the people below. I i sought the ball which had come crashing and sold it in lietlM I arrested -
in his rooms. Laura and Lenora. his assistants mine right enough, he de- into the room. There life
suspect Craig the professor'svalet abouts. Keep up your courage Le Hand over hand he made his way clared. "Now for the men." I was them there myself this morn-
trap Craig and rescue Quest from nora. You shall be free In an hour." 1 to the nearest pole and slipped easilyto I I once more in her pulses. She found ing. Here's the sheriff who will bear
"Say want to
the Tombs to hypnotize Craig into confession you ;something I a of and in her
The trapped looked from scrap paper a pencil out what I also that then
but when Quest arrives he finds that I man away the ground. The crowd immediately ," the sheriff began dubiously. say arrived"at
Craig and Lenora have both disappeared. the instrument into Quest's face. surged around him. "These i pocket With trembling fingers she the place in my automobile:
two are real thugs. They ain'tgoing
He dodges Police Inspector French who wrote few words
has discovered his escape. I There was a momentary Sicker of "Where is the man who came down to take it lying down." : Inspector French held out his> hand.

something that might have passed for before me?" he asked a bystander. "Where are they?" Quest de "Police headquarters. I am SanfordQuest's "Mr. Quest," he said "I reckon we'll
I in his tone. I assistant abducted and imprisoned have to withdraw the case against
SIXTH INSTALLMENT courage "Talking to the police in the car manded."In .
"Mr. Quest he said "you a : here in the room where the No hard feelings, I hope"
I are over yonder was the hoarse reply. the jou.
worst saloon here the sher-
wonderful man, but there limits to ball has fallen. Help! I am going "None all," Quest replied -
are at promptly
THE UNSEEN TERROR. I I "Say guvnor, you only Just made iff replied. 'They've been there pret- mad!"
your power. You can tear my tongueout that!" well all and taking his hand.
ty night drinking they'rethere
She twisted the looked
from my mouth but you cannot i Craig pushed his way through the paper Quest stood upon the threshold
CHAPTER XIV. again this morning, hard at it.They've .
around the
I force me to speak." crowd to where Craig was speaking Iain't room mainly for string and watching the sheriff and his prisoners -
got firearms and though
finally tore a thin piece of ribbon
Quest leaned a little farther forward leave the house. The former
eagerly to French. He stopped short
With a little gesture of despair ; exactly a nervous man, Mr. f
1 from her bosom.: She tied the mes-
in his chair his became turned round to his adieux."There's .
Quest turned away from the Instru- gaze and stooped down. He was near Quest-" wave :
sage round the ball set her teeth and '
ment which seemed suddenly to have more concentrated. enough to hear the former words. "You leave it to me," Quest Inter- threw an elderly guy out here
it at the The
become so terribly unresponsive and I "That is where you are wrong, I|' "Mr. French, you saw the man come rupted. "This is my job and I want first time she was empty not successful skylight and he"shouted, "seems to want to come
looked the of Craig. That is where you make a mis- down the and the in.
across vista square ropes swing on cables to take the men myself.
the ball back. The second timeit
take. In I I came leaned forward and the
roofs and tangled masses of telephone'wires a very few minutes you will ? That was Quest. Sanford Quest, : "You'll never do it," the sheriff declared passed through the center of the Quest saw
to where the lights of larger' be telling me all the secrets of your the man who escaped from the Tombs professor."My .
New York flared against the sky. i' heart/ I prison. He can't have opening. She heard it strike the sound dear Quest," he exclaimed, as
up got away yet"Quest "Look here, Quest explained "ifI
portion of the outside heard it
Craig shivered drew back he hand heartiest .
little his
From his attic chamber the of a I wrung "my congratulations
roar drew off his coat turned It Inside I let jou and your men go in, there rumble down the roof. A few secondsof
in his chair tried to rise and fell As Know, I always
the city a few blocks away was always i out and replaced it swiftly. He I will be a free fight and as likely as breathless silence! Her heart almost you

in his ears. He had forgotten' back again helpless." j I! coolly picked up a hat someone had not you will kill one, if not both of stopped beating. Had it restedIn believed your innocence. I am" delighted -
"My God! he that it has been
cried. "Leave proved.
in those hours of frenzied solitude to | me lost in the the I "
crowd and pulled it over men. want them alive. some ledge or fallen into the street
alone!" The professor sank wearily into an
fear for his own safety. He thought j his eyes. He passed within a few "Well, it's your show" the sheriff I below? Then she heard the boy's
I "When have told the I easy chair."I .
only of Lenora. He paused once more you me truth feet of where Craig and the inspectorwere admitted, stopping before a disreputable -i voice:
before the little instrument"Lenora Quest answered swiftly "and you will will take a little whisky and one
talking. looking building. "This is the
'Gee! back
Here's the ball
tell me all I want to know in a few come of your excellent cigars Quest" he
where are you? he sig- "Say, boys Sanford Quest is In the saloon. again!"
minutes. Your eyelids are get- I said. "I must ask you to bear with t
naled. "I have taken a lodging in the crowd somewhere. He's the man who "Well, Quest decided, "I'm going A new light shone into the room.
ting little me if I seem After than
a upset. more
heavy Craig. Don't
resist -
Servants' club. I am still in hiding, jumped on the cable lines. A hun- in, and I'm going in unarmed. You She seemed to be breathing a different *
twenty service from whom
which ears
Something is like is > one s
hoping that Craig may cbme here. I sleep dred dollars for his arrest!" can bring jour men in later, if I call atmosphere-the atmosphere of hope.
coming over you. You see my will I[ have always treated as a friend this
am very anxious about you. Quest turned reluctantly away. Men for help or if you hear any shoot- She listened no longer with horror
has yours by the throat"Craig I. sudden separation to a man of my
Still no reply! Quest drew a chair shook were rushing about in all directionsfor ing. for a creaking upon the stairs. She
his head A weak
up to the window and sat there with very him. "You're asking for trouble" the ''I walked backwards and forwards until i
smile of triumph flickered for
folded arms looking down into the a moment sheriff warned him. I she was exhausted. Curiously A
at the of his
street. Suddenly he j corners lips"Your CHAPTER XV. "I've got to do this my own way" enough when the end came she was

feet. The instrument quivered-there'I torture" chamber trick won'twork Quest Insisted. "Stand by now." I asleep, crouched upon the bed and 1
on me! he exclaimed. "You
was a message at last! lie took it can never-" The professor swung round in his He pushed open the door of the sa dreaming wildly. She sprang up to

,down with a little choke of relief."I The whole of chair and greeted Quest with some loon. There were a dozen men drink- find Inspector French, with a police-

don't know where I am. I am ter gamut emotions surprise, but also a little disappointment. Ing around the bar and in the cen- man behind him, standing upon the
seemed have
already to
rifled. I was outside the garage whenI spent them- ter of them Red Gallagher and his threshold.
selves in the man's but
face at that
was seized from behind. The'Hands' I' "No news of Craig?" he asked."I mate. Quest walked right up to the "Inspector!" she cried rushing towards 4
moment there was a new element, an Y
held me. I was unconscious until I element of terrified in the got Craig, all right" he replied. two: men. him. "Mr. French! Oh thank
found myself here. I am now in an "He came to the Servants' club whereI "Gallagher," he said "you're my God!" 1

attic room with no window except the towards expression the of door.his eyes as he stared was waiting for him. My luck's out prisoner. Are you coming quietly?" Her feelings carried her away. She

skylight which I cannot reach. I can "Is this another trick of yours!" he though. The place was burned to Gallagher's mate who was half threw herself at his feet. She was 4i1qllf- .

see nothing-hear nothing. No one I muttered. the ground last night. I saved his drunk swung round and fired a wild laughing and crying and talking incoherently ;

has hurt me. no one comes near me. J life and then the brute gave me away shot in Quest's direction. The result all at the same time. The
I Quest too turned his head and
Food is pushed through a door which j|j to the police. I had to make my escape was a general stampede. Red Gallagher Inspector assisted her to a chair.
sprang instantly to his feet From
underneath -
is locked again immediately. The j as best I could. alone remained motionless. Grim "Say. what's all this mean?" he de
j the door came a little puff
house seems empty yet I fancy that The professor tapped the table pee- and dangerously silent he held a pis- manded.
of smoke.
i There was
am being watched all the time. I I'j! heat a queer sense vishly. tol within a few inches of Quest's She told him her story incoherently
of of which both men were si-
terrified!" j "This Is insufferable" he declared."I forehead. in broken phrases. French listened
multaneously conscious. Down in
Quest drew the instrument towards have had no shaving water; my "If' my number's up" he exclaimed with puzzled frown.
the street arose a chorus of warn-
him. I coffee was undrinkable; I can find ferociously, "it won't be you to take Then he realized that she was on
.. __ ing shouts, increasing momentarily in "
I have your u message;M ne signaled.aZ3e nothing. I have a most important lecture me. -the point of a nervous breakdownand

brave! I am watching for Craig. 'j to prepare and I cannot find any "I think it will," Quest answered. in no condition for interrogations.

Through him I shall reach you before of the notes I made upon the sub- "Put that away." "That'll do," he said. "I'll take care

Jong. Send K? a mesage every now ject. Gallagher hesitated. Quest's Influ- of you for a time, young lady and I'll

an; then." Quest smoked in silence for a moment ence over him was,.Indomitable."Put ask you a few questions later on. My

i- Quest again took up his vigil in'I' It away," Quest repeated firm- men are searching the house. You

front of the window. Once more his "Any mall for me professor!" he ly. "You know you daren't use It and I will be getting on, if you can f. .

eyes swept the narrow street with its asked abruptly.The Your account's pretty full up as it tear yourself away." i

professor opened drawer and Is." S a a .
constant stream of passers-by. Then I s
'suddenly he found himself grippingthe handed him a telegram. Gallagher's hand wavered. From out- The plain-clothes man, who was

window sill in a momentary thrillof "Only this!" side came the shouts of the sheriff and lounging in Quest's most comfortableeasy

rare excitement. His vigil was Quest opened it and read it through.It his men, struggling to fight their way chair and smoking one of his

rewarded at last. The man for whomhe was from the sheriff of a small in through the little crowd who were best cigars suddenly laid down his

was waiting was there! Quest town in Connecticut: rushing for safety. Suddenly Quest paper. He moved to the window. A

watched him cross the street glance "The men you Inquired for are both backed, jerked the pistol up with his large empty automobile stood- in the '

furtively to the right and to the left, i here. They have sold an automobileand right elbow and with almost the same street outside from which the occu-

seem to be spending the proceeds. movement struck Red Gallagher under pants had presumably just descended. -
then enter the club. He turned backto 'Inspector' !" She Cried RushIng Towards
the little wireless and his fingers Shall I arrest!" the Jaw. The man went over lIe hastened towards the door, Him

worked as though inspired. .w Quest studied the message for a with a crash. His mate who had which was opened, however before he

"I am on Craig's track" he signaled. moment been staggering about cursing viciously was halfway across the room. The age, is somewhat trying. I do not allude -

"Be brave. "Say this is rather interesting professor fired another wild shot at Quest, cigar slipped from his fingers. It was as you perceive, Mr. Quest to

p\ ," he remarked. "These are who swayed and fell forward. Sanford Quest who stood there followed the horrible suspicion you seem to
He waited for no reply but opened'the
-", the two thugs who set upon me "I've done him!" the man shouted. by the sheriff of Bethel two have formed of Craig."
door and stealing softly out of the
at the section house. They killed the "Get up Red! I've done him all country policemen and Red Gallagher "All the same," the inspector remarked '
suddenly confronted Craig In
the room deserted hallway. Before he could signal man, who could have been right! Finish your drink. Well get and his mate heavily handcuffed. thoughtfully "someone who is

". my alibi and swiped my car. In out of this!" 'Say, aren't you wanted down yon- still at large committed those murders
utter Quest's left hand was over
a cry
his mouth and the cold muzzle of an ., which as it cannot be found French He bent unsteadily over Quest Sud- der, Mr. Quest?" the man inquired. and stole those jewels. What is your

automatic pistol was pressed to his supposes that I returned to New York. denly the latter sprang up, seized him "That's all right now," Quest told theory about the jewels Mr. Quest*"

ribs. ". I I I With their arrest the case against by the leg and sent him sprawling. him. "I'm ringing up Inspector French "I haven't had time to frame one

"Turn round and mount those stairs. me collapses. I tell you frankly professor The gun fell from his hand. Quest myself. You'd better stand by the yet," the criminologist replied. "You've

Craig." Quest ordered. ," Quest continued frowning. "I picked It up and held it firmly out cov- other fellows there and keep your been keeping me too busy looking

Craig turned slowly round and hate to leave the city without having ering both men. Gallagher was on his eye on Red Gallagher and his mate." after myself. However," he added

obeyed.: He mounted the steps with found that girl; but I am not sure knees groping for his own weapon. "I guess Mr. Quest is all right. the "it's time something was done."
that the quickest way to set things "Get the handcuffs them" Quest- He took
reluctant footsteps followed by Quest. on sheriff intervened. "We're ringing up a magnifying glass from

"Through the door to your right right would not be to go down arrest directed the sheriff, who with his men headquarters ourselves, anyway." his pocket and examined very closelythe
these men and bring them back here had last succeeded in his whole of
the latter directed. "That's right! t at forcing The plain-clothes man did as he was the front of the safe.
clear myself, and then go tooth and into the saloon. "No of he
Now sit down in that chair facingme. way told. Quest took up the receiver from sign finger prints. mut-
nail for Craig." S a tered. "The who It
." his telephone instrument and arrangedthe person f
Quest closed the door carefully. "I agree with you most heartily" Crouching In her chair her pale phototelesme. probably wore gloves.

Craig sat where he had been ordered I the professor declared. "I recommendany terror-stricken face supported be- "Police station No. 1, central," he He fitted the combination and swung.

his fingers gripping the arms of the course which will insure the re- tween her hands Lenora her eyes said-"through to :Mr. French's of- open the door. He stood there for a j

. chair. In his eyes shone the furtive turn of my man Craig!" filled with hopeless misery gazed at fice if you please Mr. Quest moment speechless. Something in his

terrified light of the trapped criminal. "I cannot promise you that you will the dumb instrument upon the table. wants to speak to him. Yes, Sanford attitude attracted the inspector's at-

"Mount Those Stairs, Craig.1 ever have Craig here again Quest Her last gleam of hope seemed to be Quest. No need to get excited! tention.

"What do you want with me!"Craig 1 observed grimly. "I rather fancy Sing passing. Her little friend was silent All right I'm through, am I? "What is it, Mr. Quest?" he asked

asked doggedly. J, volume. Quest threw open the door Sing will be his next home." Once more her weary fingers spelled Hello. Inspector!" eagerly.
I and closed It at S a a a .
"First of all" Quest replied "I again out a final, despairing message. A rare expression of joy suddenly Quest drew a little breath. Exactly

want to know what you have done "The place is on fire" he announced Quest stepped off the cars at Bethela "What has happened to you? I am transfigured Quest's face. He was facing him, In the spot where the Jew-

with my assistant the girl whom you i briefly. "Pull yourself together man. little before noon that morning. The waiting to hear all the time. Has Craig gazing downward into the little mir els had been was a small black box.

carried off from the professor's gar I We shall have all we can do to get sheriff met him at the depot and greet- told you where I am? I am afraid!" He brought it to the table and removed -

age." out of this. 1 ed him cordially but with obvious sur- There was still no reply. Her head ror."You've found Lenora then In- the lid. Inside was a sheet of

Craig shook his head. Craig turned to the door, but stag- :, prise. sank a little lower on her folded spector?" he exclaimed. "Bully for paper which he quickly unfolded.

"I know nothing about her." gered back almost immediately." "Say :Mr. Quest" he exclaimed as arms. Even the luxury of tears seemed you! What do I mean! What They all three read the few line together

"She locked you In the "The stairs are going! he shrieked. they turned away, "I know these men denied her. Fear the fear which dwelt I say! You forget that I am a sci- :

Quest continued "and sent garage'-I. "It is the kitchen that is on fire. We" are wanted on your charge but I with her day and night had her in entific man, French. No end of appliances "Pitted against the Inherited cun- ,

When I arrived I found the garage I. are cut off! We cannot get down! thought-you'll excuse me for saying its grip. Suddenly she leaped, screaming here you haven't had time ning of the ages you have no chance.I .

door open Lenora gone and you a. Quest was on his hands and knees so-that you were in some trouble from her place. Splinters of to look at I can see you sitting there will take compassion upon you.
under his trucklebed. He "
fugitive." I fumbling yourself. glass fell all around her. Her first and Lenora and Laura looking as Look in the right-hand drawer of your
I pulled out a crude form of fire escape Quest nodded.
Bewilderment struggled for a moment wild thought was of release; she though you had them on the rack. You desk.
with blank terror in Craig's ex- a rough sort of cradle with a "I'm out of that-came out yester- gazed upwards at the broken pane. can drop that. French. I've got Red Underneath appeared the signatureof

pression. I rope attached. day. The moment my car is identified I- Then very faintly from the street be- Gallagher and his mate got them the "Hands. Quest moved like one
"Know how to this? he.asked
"How do you know that she lockedme use and Red Gallagher and his matearrested low she heard the shout of a boy's here with the sheriff of Bethel. They In a dream to his cabinet and pulled
Craig quickly. "Here catch hold. Put
In the garage!" every scrap of evidence angry voice: went off with my auto and sold it open the right-hand drawer. He turned

Quest smiled stretched out his right your arms: inside this strap. against me goes." "You've done It now Jimmy! You're We've got that Also. In less than around and faced the other two men.

arm and his long fingers played softly Yard by yard swinging a little In "Well here's the garage and the a fine pitcher ain't you? Lost it, five minutes my chauffeur will be In his hand was Mrs. Rheinholdt'a
the air Craig made his descent. When "
with the pocket wireless. man who bought the car the sheriffremarked that's what you've gone and done!" here. He's been lying in a farmhouse necklace!
he arrived in the street there were a > "and there's the car itself (TO BE CONTINUED.)



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S. D. LINDSAY ORLANDO PIONEER J: builder for 44 years, and doing raft sent- here for display. -I I 41'HllilMIMIIIIMIMMMIMMIMIMIIItliiilililMIMMIMMIIMillllillMll M
CONTRACTOR INVENTS +'4 oncrete work together with building In the long gray line are now sixteen ,
UNCLE SAM: MISSION J for 36 years; and seeing the need of alight powerful arguments against any
BLOCK MACHINEThe ] cheap, but strong quick working nation wanting to break peace with
machine that a contractor could this country, the fleet having yesterday -
Uncle Sam Mission Block Machine take to the place of erecting a building been augmented by the arrival of
has no superior. It is in every and make all the necessary blocks the battleship Rhode Island. With
way ifist class machine. It is an required for any ordinary building.Mr. I those who man this fine armada is
up to djft machine. A one machinefor S. D. Lindsay began the invention -I that feeling of splendid confidence I
all work, and every kind of a of a machine two years ago this which comes from the knowledge of
block from the smallest up to 14xlCx month and produced a machine thatis high efficiency.For THE BIG STOREThe
24 inches can be made on the one ma- a credit to its inventor and will whatever detractors or critics
chine. The Mission machine makes a greatly add to manufacturing interests .I may say, there is no fleet afloat in the
block a minute. Its movements are of Orlando, as the Phillips Manufacturing world today which is on such keen
t quick and easy. It works like the Company has secured the fighting edge as is this tremendous
click of a clock. It is simple in its manufacturing of the machines and weapon. Officers and men now look
make-up and anybody can make blockson they are now at work on them, one with complacency on this high degreeof
it. It is light in weight and can being complete, so that any interested preparedness for any duty the fleet Store of Superior Qualities at Moderate Prices j
be taken to place of erecting a build- party can see and examine it. may be called upon to performapreparedness
ing. It is strong and durable. It is throughout four monthsof
beautiful in its make-up. All the POWERFUL the most arduous and incessant
principal moving parts are under a ARGU IE IS. drills through which any fleet has
metal sheet where they can be kept been put.
That the American navy ;s formid- .
not tnem. Those wno saw tne neet come in'u
oiled and saryi can get on .
able and in shape to meet any emergency -
No cogs or gears of any kind in the is proved by the dispatches must have noted the precision with ..
machine. The movements are sliding.All which every unit was handled. Thatis
main parts are babbitted. All from from New a New York.York The newspaper following article testifies the result of four months of daily We are showing all the newest styles f fin
parts made of the best material and to the admirable and fighting con- maneuvers off the south coast of
first class machinists. Cuba, when day at 2 m. the
put up by dition of the navy.It every p.
Therefore I can frankly say I -am of- had been predicted that the trag- entire fleet got under way and engaged Ladies' Trimmed Hats for Summer
,_ fering to the public the cheapest first edy of the Lusitania would excite a in maneuvers until 6 p. m. The
I class machine in the market, and I result is that Admiral Fletcher, the .
added interest in the Atlantic
believe it is the only machine on the fleet anchored in the North river. The energetic officer who commands it, : wear. Charming new models just arriv
market that will meet any and all the Crowds has a fleet trained to the finest pointof
expected happened. greater '
requirements of this age, for it is than any that had ever gathered to excellence.
very plain that we are quicldy enter- gaze on a similar array on this water- Nor is this skill limited to the bat- ed. The variety is too comprehensivefor j
ing the concrete stone age, and noth- tle ship commanders. It extends
way have lined the shore front to look
ing but quick moving machinery will throughout all grades and includesthe
upon these sea warriors in their battle -
meet the demands of today. All the paint of gray. destroyers and submarines. These description. All moderately priced. j
block machines must have not only been drilled day
old slow moving The attitude of the crowds has been I every
timber is fast in the week, but Sundays
go to the dump. Our impressive as the ships themselves. on as well.
giving out and the price is gradually The throngs have shown little disposi-
getting higher, and the price of con- tion to gayety and mirth. For the IL M. S. PINAFORE :
crete blocks is being held too high
most part their regard seems to have .
owing to the use of machines that been more in the nature of a silent Reserved seats on sale Monday, 9
from 25
average only appraisal of these vessels as fighting o'clock a. m., at Estes' Drug Store. : d
per day, and very few hand power machines and not as spick and span Prices 75c. and $1. 5-15-2t :
machines make more than 125, so but
few concrete block buildings are be- I II I We carry well-known makes which pro-

ing built. Now, if it takes two men I vide graceful, natural figure lines. + i\\
to make 40 to 125 blocks per day (the FORAGE GROCERY CO.I ;
concrete being mixed), blocks sold at
20 cents each are not high. But now Saturday and Monday SpecialsVery .11.11 J41 As fits the corset so fits the gown.THOMPSON ,
comes the Uncle Sam 1915 Concrete
Block :Machine, that two men can
make from 400 to 500 blocks day : GLOVE FITTING CORSETS, I J Jt'7ii
per best sugar cured skinned hams, per Ib. 18c. and 19c. I
and cut one-third or more off the Kingan's sliced breakfast bacon, per lb. . . . 33c.
present price and then make big Best breakfast bacon, per lb. . . . . . 20c. $1.00 to $2.00 \ '
money, and make it possible to build Boiled ham, per Ib . . . . . . . 35c. ;' '.
cheaper and better houses for less 2 pkgs. Quaker corn flakes . . . . . 15c. LaVICTORIA CORSETS I
money than the ever decaying and All raisins and currants, per pkg. . . . . . lOc. ml
combustible wood buildings. A con- Bulk raisins, 2 Ibs. for . . . . __ . 25c. $3.00 to 9.00 a
crete building once built is always All kinds mixed nuts, 2 Ibs. for . . . . 25c.
built. The only necessary expense i is All 5c. size crackers, 6 packages for . . . . 25c.
to keep a good roof on the building. All lOc. size crackers, 3 packages for . . . . 25c.
Our first concrete machines of ten or Globe cream, small size, per dozen . . 40c. .j I .
fifteen years ago made 25 to 40 blocks Globe cream, large size, 7 for . . . . . 50c. MODART CORSETS = MEMO SELF REDUCING CORSETS
per day, and a continual improvementhas 3 cans condensed milk . . . . . . . 25c. stand-
come down, until some very good 3 cans tomatoes, 3 lb. cans . . . . . 25c. Permits perfect ease in sitting or Give healthful, physical support.
r machines'were put on the market, do- 3 cans Campbell's soup . . . . 25c. ing positions.
ing good work, but many of them are 3 cans syrup, lOc. size . . _ _ . 25c.
clumsy and awkward in their work- 3 glasses jelly, lOc. size . . . . . . . 25c. $3.50 to $8,00 $2.00 to $5.00
ing, and many of them very heavy, 3 glasses peanut butter . . . . . . . 25c.
but some of them so increased the 3 cans jam, lOc. size . . . . . . . 25c.
daily output that builders and manu- 3 bottles pickles, lOc size . . . . . . 25c.
facturers were encouraged to pur- 3 bottles ketchup, lOc. size . . . . . 25c.
chase them and manufacture blocks 3 bottles prepared mustard, lOc. size . . . . 25c.
for the trade; but still they do not 3 packages Prince Albert tobacco, lOc. size . . 25c. Fetching Frocks forthe Summer WardrobeCrepe i
meet the needs of today. :Many of 6 U. S. Marine tobacco . . . . . 25c.
them do not make all the sizes of 6 snuff, any brand . . . . . . . . 25c.
blocks needed for the erection of a Meteor Crepe de Chine Chiffon Taffeta and Poplins in the leading summer
building, consequently it is necessaryto PRICES.NOW'S shades, Battleship Gray, Belgian Blue, Reseda Green, Rose, Navy and Black, with the
purchase two or three machines in flaring skirts pleated skirts, high waist lines, and every late novelty. ..
order to be able to make all the va- .- Also a beautiful showing of Wash Dresses of Voiles, Crepes apd Lingeries in plain
rious sizes of blocks needed for the white and fancy colors.Tailored .
b trade, and also all patterns and molds
must be cast iron; also the pallets of THE TIMEto
many of them are iron, which runs Suits for Women of ConspiciouslyClever

the cost of the necessary machinesand get ready for the rainy season.
equipment high. :Many of
those inventors very and manufacturershave PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE LEAKS WITH StylesA

put out elaborate catalogues descriptive FINLEY'S GRAP O BLACK ELASTIC ROOF PAINT

of their goods. But their $1.00 per Gallon atFiney's wonderful diversity of models in all the-wanted shades and leading styles. -
day is past unless they can furnish
the best machine at the 'lowest price
that will make all the blocks needed ] PioneerCORNER Bathing Suits for EverybodyAmericans
for the trade. If no other manufac-
turer has that machine, I have it.
Mr. S. D. Lindsay, the inventor of COURT AND PINE STREETS taught the world how to bathe, and what fun we have at it. The. romps '
the Uncle Sam Mission Concrete Ma- on the beach are worth the years waiting for play time to get back again.
chine, has been a general contractoril.nd Daintiness, and the regard for one's health demand the wearing of their own Bath-
ing Suit-and into a bathing suit you'll hurry at the first moment.We .
r are showing a beautiful line of all the latest styles of Bathing Suits for Ladies
and Children at

$1.50 to $10.00Bathing

Caps in all the latest novelties in rubber and cloth,

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY CO. 25c to $1.25 I ,

% WINTER GARDEN, FLA. Bathing Shoes priced at 50c. and 65c. i iY iI

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I South Florida Sentinel
Chester Kennison and wife to Tay- SPRAYINGFor
MORNING AND WEEKLY lor & Bradley, lot.
". l:. GLENN .............._......RUt.rW F. G. Berner and wife to Geo. W.
r ESSINGTON ..',..BnninrM Manager Boyd, 10 acres. White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-

I Entered at the poltoffice at Orlando. Florida Jerome Damron et al. to Robt. W. secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites

as Second Class! Mail Matter. Damron, 10 acres. infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur I
Martha Hayes; to Charles H. :Morse: Compound.

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 15.00 lots.Mary C. McDonald:: to Charles H. These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan I I T T T
' Daily. 6 Months 2.60 ::Morse lots.Lenefest. be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
Daily.: 3 Month :::::::::::::::::::::: 1-25 I
Daily. 1 Month ..........,............ 60 & Coffin to Charles H. insure clean trees and bright fruit. I

Weekly. 1 Year .......'.',.".".....:.:" $1.00 :Morse: Chas., 10 A.acres.Brown, Jr., to Martha Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing t
1 f 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS": PAYABLE IN Hayes, lots.J. cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and

ADVANCETO E. Pfeiffer and wife to J. Stran- you will have no regrets at the end of the season. !k
ski lot. kf
: ADVERTISERS: J. C. Kock to Henry Firestone, 12 f

Cepy for display and all other hand-act acres.J. J. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers i
advertising muct be handed in at the buMneuoffice A. Trovillion to E. D. Biglow,
( of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. i
before pnMiratmn. This mlapplies lots.J.
the day '
to chancea for contract adrertiMnc: It U F. Gordon to H. M. Hull, lots.T. EMPHATIC REDUCTIONS
.., invariable and will be strictly adhered to. .. :M.: Henkel to Walter W. Schultz, Orlando, Florida !I

Subscribers desiring The> Sentinel discontinued lots.P.. F. Laubach to Guy Thomas, Jr., -
: should notify the office in writing on I
f the date of expiration otherwise it will be lots.Olivia
continued at the regular subscription rates A. McQuaig to A. J. Taylor, !
until''Dot ice to atop is received. 10 acres.S. In
Telephone Nomb-r ...................-.. 2* G. Dolivte to Jas. A. Knowlton, 20 i Ready-to-Wear '

SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1913. acres.B. :M.: Sims to L. D. Brannon. lots. CtOr e'I :
Munger Land Co. to L. O. Yohn. I

FLORIDA lots.Jas.
CENTRAL Rengle to R. S. Brown, lots.C. .
WILL BE POWER.The H. Howell to C. ,H. Elkins, lots.D. 1
Dixie Highway Association di- W. Rees to J. F. M. Morey, lots I!
, rectors meet at Chattanooga Thurs- Overstreet Crate Co. to E. S. Hos- LINGERIE DRESSES, 'ASII DRESSES
day. At this meeting it is expected kins, lots.
route through Florida for the pro- Anna M. Hirsch to S. ::\Moseley:: AND HEAR PINAFOREAnd LINEN DRESSES

posed highway will be chosen. lots.L.
Orange county will be representedby S. Hankins to Henry Daniels, thus encourage Mendelssohn Club and enjoy an SILK DRESSES
M. O. Overstreet, of Orlando; and
the Central Florida Highway Association lots.Mary A. Young to W. D. Estes, evening of brilliant song. But remember that if you own a Vic- Commences Monday md Continues for
i< will be represented by J. P. Holbrook lots, $1,000.F. trola you can hear Light Opera or Grand Opera every day in the

of Orlando, one of three mem- J. Hill to C. E. Mote, lots. year. Caruso in "Faust" or"Aida" costs but little more than Billy Remainder of Week
McEwan & Edwards to H. M. Bear- Murray in the
bers.The rollicking "Take Me to the Cabaret"Practically
Orlando Board of Trade meets dall, lots. 'Ye'll get ahead of :you and use the exclamation :-
f Monday night. It is possible that Hugh C. Allen to Kate Ronson, lots. every Victor record is made by a star performer.
some action will be taken at this Robt. V. Strong to Fannie W. The Victor people control most of the real stars in the musical points ourselves first. There.s
meeting to send a delegate to Chatta- Hutchinson, lots.V. world. The other record makers take who
ever they can get. question of
no you using them. Price
nooga to represent this city. P. Vening to J. II. Gregory,
Letters received by the Sentinel lots.A. \Y. S. BRANCH reductions alone, will do that-and 'ou'n
from all portions of the state indicate B. Newton to J. H. Gregory, ,
'. that there will be a score or more of lots.Walter THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE emphasize the points when you see the
live representatives from Central Drennen to C. G. JusticeCo.
Florida counties at the Chattanooga ., lots $2,500. .. beautiful productions we have to offer.
, meeting. Central Florida is on the Antry Baggett et al. to J. E. Bowen,
map and backed by the fairest and lots. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results EVERY DRESS IS NEW .
best counties of the state. They will
have the commission. EVERY STYLE AUTHENTIC
pressure upon
Miss Mamie Jones, who had been
: If they do not have weight and power
here for the two while
past years
the commission will be short .
sighted.S. -
attending school, making her home
A. Belcher, of Miami, one ofFlorida's
most recently with C. L. Harvey and
two commissioners, writes:
"It will impossible to follow the family, on First avenue left Mondayfor 1
Orlando where she will visit for
different routes that have been #
a time and then return to her home inBell.Daytona
but the one offering the best I Gazette-News.
f- roads will probably get the preference ; Regular Yalues-
and I am unable at this time to
say just which it will be." SELLS BIG ACREAGE OF LANDIN $7.50 _____________! Sale $4.98
!I Regardless of what action the Dixie SEMINOLE COUNTY
Highway commission will take, thereis $8.75, $9.75, $10.00__ I Sale $7.35
no doubt that the presence of a Judge T. Picton Warlow transferredto
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strong delegation from Central Flor- Dr.V.. F. Blackman, president of $12.00 $8.50

ida at Chattanooga will make itself the Wekiwa Ranch, a large block of $14.50 ____________! Sale $9.80
felt. Regardless of the commission's land in Seminole county, Friday. The
actions there will be a meeting at OrLando consideration was $15,000. 1 Imported French Model, size 36
, June 10 of the Central Highway
Association. regular price was $45__! !
Letters have been dispatched to six CARD OF THANKSMrs. FOR RENT AND SALEThe
teen counties, to every commissionerin Sale, one-half price __________$22.50
J. B. Partin
and take
these sixteen counties, and to all I
this method of returning their heart-
newspapers, inviting them to come to I
felt thanks for the
this city and to spread the tidings. I many kindnesses
There should be a live meeting in shown them during the illness and Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America I
death of their beloved
one, James
Orlando on June 10, and an inestimable Street. Lot
x332. House
amount of good for the improve- Benjamin Partin. 67V modern and contains LINEN AND RUSSIAN RAMIE

ment and betterment of Central Flor- seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
ida highways, lateral and connectingroads SAN JUAN NOT TO CLOSE I DRESSES
should result. Pledges come to bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery.
the Sentinel's desk that there will be In white and colors, with the new French
representatives from all sections of An erroneous report has gotten -
the state at the approaching meeting. out that the San Juan Hotel Dry finish.

o would close for the summer. 11 Dresses, Regular price $12.50

\ Then/ many a blight between the Such is not the case, only the
! Sale $8.90
.'. tipple blossCni and the barrel. dining room will close, after sup- I

0Peace. per Saturday, May 15, and remain 2 Dresses, regular value, $14.50

The United States does not closed until October. S. Y. WAY ! Sale $9.80 '
desire war; beneath the war paint of 5-143t
the Kaiser is a desire for a "satisfac-
tory settlement;" the allies, the entire
civilized world wishes to see a restor- FOR SALE
ation of harmony. President Wilson 200 egg hot water Reliable incuba- Insurance and Real Estate Agent| ,

knows that a nation is behind him tor, patented egg turning tray with-
whose foremost thought is peacenotwar. out removing eggs from incubator; SILK DRESSES
The note to the German govern- good as new. $10. PHONE 172
ment was more or less of a forced 100 chick outdoor brooder. $5. Exquisite conceptions, charming colorings,
message; it was written under a 2,000 orange and grapefruit trees,
strain; it was dispatched with some 1 and 2 years old, budded and seed- beautiful fabrics.
lings. lOc. and 50c. each.D. .
trepidation. President Wilson acted
The 'trend of the monde" is
N. Winter Park Fla.5463t'. elaborately
rightly, made his note firm, stated Batchelor ,
plainly and sincerely and boldly the expressed in these dainty realities of the
position of this country. The United
. States is large enough and powerful RESORT costumieres art.
enough to hold its own against Ger- Montreal among the big mountainsof
many; this nation is not afraid of any North'Carolina, is unique. Private Regular values-

empire when or ruler; and and yet there is be at' family has high class accommodationsfor $8.75 ____________! Sale $6.60
time rights justice must a few desirable adult guests.

asserted, not necessarily proclaiming Large, comfortable new house; run- $14.50 ____________1 Sale $9.80 f
hostilities. The United States has ning water in each room; sleeping -
made its position clear. What the porches; unexcelled home cooking. $16.50 ___________! Sale $11.98
Kaiser and the German government Particulars, address "Birdwood," Box
___________! Sale
-. has to say remains to be seen. And 27, Montreal N. C. 5-16-S10t $17.50 $12.90

in remain the meantime calm and discard quiet in the the jingo face and of TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR E"erythin front Head to Poof $19.50 ___________! Sale $13.50

., a critical crisis. in our Dt"u tore $22.50 ____________! Sale $14.50
0 RENT A well ,
front bed large, furnished $24.50 __________-! Sale $15.40
No one country is even trying to room. Can be fitted up for
;#: put Turkey out of business.o light housekeeping. 405 East Pine Hair Tonic F: HAIR $27.50 ___________ ! Sale $16.50
street. 5-16-3t
to 1 Imported French Model, regular
.. From the far side of Lake Eola the :i
Yowell-Duckworth roof garden showsup FOR location SALE; only-Fivte$850.room Cooper cottage&;Atha.good value $29.75__ ! Sale half-
like a sure enough sky scraper. Plasters '
"Sunny: Jim" Barnes says he does feel 5-16-3tc price $14.87 -=
rather more pious and serious up
there than he does on the lower floor.It FOR SALE-Hupmobile roadster, 1 Imported French Model, regular 1J

is of a Somewhere.V.little nearer the "BeautifulIsle S. B. demountable fully equipped rims, "Prest-o'-Lite", extra tires, tank seat, value $37.50____ ! Sale half- j _

-0- covers, etc. A bargain. Act quickly. price $18.75
Villa always could get over the Ford Garage. 5-16-3tc
ground when there was no one in the 1 Imported French Model, regular
7ED-Piano, personal use, for
way. value ____ !
0 6 or 7 months. Address, 117 East $47.50 Sale haJf-
Amelia avenue. 5-16-2tc
"When the balls whistle free price $23.75
O'er the bright blue sea
We stand to our guns all day. FOR SALE-One Ford auto, in good
When at anchor we ride condition; some chickens, and two ,/ ,. ''
window frames and glazed sashes. i INI'
On the Portsmouth tide lNUnlluL
Wee plenty of time for play." Going north and must sell. Apply
So sing the crew of 11. M. S. Pinafore 206 East Church street. 5-16-Gt

in the opening chorus. But this
popular light opera was written 35 TRACY & :MOpRE: CARPENTERS DICKSON WfS CO.
or 40 years ago. Today it is different. -House repairs of all kinds done t
They stand to their guns until one of promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; I
those German torpedoes hits them screen doors and windows a specialty;
and away they go to the bottom of garages, office fixtures; window and
the ocean. 'Tis true, 'tis pity, and door frames made to order. Get our Get it at
pity 'tis 'tis true. W. S. B. prices. 18 East Church street. A .DEPARTMET[ STORt.
-- postal Mill bring us. 5-16-lmo
MERCK'SWeFare .. .
There are not a few men who would
sign a petition for the legal abolish- FOR SALE-At a bargain beautiful
ment of housekeeping. Turkish rug, 10x14. Phone Ross- [ the nearest drug store ORLA.\DO'S FAVORI E SHOPPING PLACE
Inn No.
o more 1019. 5-16-3tc
The Store of true se ce, of never-failing cour-
Tidings come that Dernberg, the PHONE 68MERCK'S
unofficial spokesman of the Kaiser is THE SAN JUAN Quick Lunch' tesy, of fair dealin ", of trustworthy mer-

about to take leave of the United will open 6 o'clock Monday : PHARMACY chandise, at right prices

States. This is welcome news and morning, May 17, for the sum- 6
there will be little weeping wailingor
sobbing. mer. Popular prices. 5-16-3tc: THE REXALL STORE

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( n SnriegSOCIAL. The Carl Dann Real Estate Company I I 3 ... I

report real estate deals throughout -
the week as being most excellent. : \, II I II

'ALE='D.\R FOR WEEK Miss Roberta Branch returned to.1 I "War has nothing to do with us," :, ; : I I'I
fl Orlando yesterday afternoon from GRANDTOMORROW I said Mr. Dann yesterday: "and a look 'I

Monday May 17. enjoyable visit of two weeks with at the sales we are making will convince :'
:National Park alumnae Miss GayleDavis friends in Palatka. you." Harry Dickson and M. B. 'I
hostess. -- -- Ives[ have purchased lots in Colonial I
Tuesday May 18. Mrs Hetta F. Douglas and Miss Hills and others are buying rapidly. I
. Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Kathrina Douglas leave on Tuesdaynext Colonial Hills or Colonial Drive is being :i
church will enjoy its annual outing:, for their new home in Santa improved by a sixteen foot clay ; :
picnic and regular monthly busi- Cruz California. road. Drive through Colonial Hills I iiH
ness meeting at home of Mrs. W.W. --0-- and the houses
see new being con-
Wright.: on Rock lake. for Daytona where she will be the structed and already completed. The | f I II
Marriage of Miss Edythe Rambo to week-end guest of a house party. Dann Real Estate Company has an t E
Mr. Evans. --0-- advertisement this issue telling of EF
Troop 4, Boy Scouts, will hold special Miss Jean Person is the guest of a "Rare and Limited Proposition." i
meeting Tuesday to decide summer Miss Witherington at Apopka. Sure, it has your interest. Read and O F
camping grounds.lee1ing-at homeof GR.CEFGLXD UNUSUAL JEWELRY O !
"THE PRICE OF SILENCE"A find what it is. I
Scoutmaster Joseph Woodnick,
II. II. DICKSON IS GREATLY We take deal of in f
at 730. a great pride having our stock of jewelry
Wednesday, May 19. IMPROVED Kalem special feature com- f I
Twentieth Century Club, Mrs S. A. OSTEOPATHYDR.
Robinson hostess. II. II. Dickson, who was injured a plete in two parts. i different

Unity Circle Mrs Sherman will read week ago in an automobile, is reported ; visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry andprecious :
"The Story of Leaf." to be greatly improved. This is stones.tlbr .
a welcome news to his friends. J. C. HOWELL I
Bachelor Girls at Country Club,
Miss Guilda Happersett hostess. Osteopathic: Physician and Surgeon
Kifksville Graduate ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Thursday, May 20. II. M. S. PINAFORE ,
Pinafore ing. Orlando opera house, even- Reserved seats on sale Monday, l 9 "HEARST SELIG NEWS PIC- Office Cheney Consultation Block Opp.Free San Juan -- oI ..d)

Kil Kare Klub, Mrs Frances Wood, o'clock a. m., at Estes' Drug Store. TORIAL" HoteL ,
Thornton Park. Prices 75c. and $1. 5-15-2t Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I _
Rosalind musicale, Rosalind Club Orlando Fla. II -
rooms. Portraying all the important I

Friday, May 21. At The ChurchesFIRST events of the day. I YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE
Orlando schools complete year's work. HERE
Sunday, May 23.
Baccalaureate sermon for O. II. S.graduates PRESBYTEHI.CHURCH LucerneTOMORROW I in selecting wall paper for your
Dr. Stagg, Presbyterian
: home. Our stock contains all the lat-
church. Rev. John W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. i
-oA Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. est designs in such a varied assort-

PIANO RECITAL O'Neal, superintendent.Men's "WHO WAS WHO IN HOGG'SHOLLOW" ment that you are sure to find just
Bible class in auditorium at
FRIDAY.A : the kind you have been 'looking for.
number of musical listeners were 9:45 a. m.Services. ,
favored with the privilege of hearinga at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Come in and see our offering and get

program of piano music given at Morning"discourse, "Reforming and A Vitagraph Comedy. our prices. You'll be interested.
the home of Mrs. Gray Rush Friday Remaking. "MONEY"A
afternoon, by Miss Jessie Pedrick, the Evening discourse, "Flies. j 4: Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p.
talented young pupil of Miss Florida Biograph special feature com-
Howard. m. 205 S. Avenue:
The success was such as to warrant Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- plete in two parts."BRONCHO Orange
tor; Miss Roberta Branch, organist.A .
the congratulations of her friends,and
cordial invitation is extended to COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261
assurance from them that there is FOUR SPLENDID PICTURES
bright promise of great things ahead all services.
for her if she continues her musical --0--
(At the Grand) BILLY AND
) The program calls for varied touch
'and technique, her staccato work being Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., VIGILANTE"An
'worthy of special mention. Miss Bowl pastor.A .
5 cents 10 cents
most cordial invitation is extended -
ard sole teacher of the
being young
lady, deserves credit for the taste dis- the public to attend all services.If Essanay Drama. WRIGHT SEED COMPANYIce
. played in selections and the manner you have no church home here,
of their rendition. come and be at home with us.
Following is the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr.
A minor Samuel A. Newell, superintendent.Public "THE FATES AND FLORAFOURFLUSH"
Study ; Czerny.
Study, D major, "Twilight;" Heller. worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. Ice Ice
Valse, E minor; Chopin. m., with the pasotr in charge-
Sonata, Op. 14, No. 1; Beethoven. Morning sermon, "Divine Weightsand
"The Butterfly;" Lavalle. Measures. A Vitagraph Comedy.A Butter Milk
Duet, Symphony No.2; Mozart; Evening subject, "A Man and His Eggs
(Mrs. Rush playing Secondo). Religion"B.
Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.;
--0-- Mr. Eugene Reid, president. GOOD BILL
MARRIAGE.WERE UNITED IN Prayer and fellowship meeting on ROOf GARDEN(
Wednesday night, in Baraca Hall.
% Mr. Charles S. McIntosh and Miss Good music. Attentive ushers. All FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
Ruth Brennan, both of Orlando, were I free.
united o'clock in at the marriage home of last the evening bride's at parents 8- :Note-This church is looking forward TOMORROWTHE BALCONY 5 CENTS TO.ALL Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
I to a great day on Sunday, the
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brennan
q .30th, when the handsome new church
Marks street Dr. E. T. Poulson, pas- will be dedicated.
tor of the Baptist church officiating. I --0--
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Both welt and knownin
are favorably (Corner Main and Jackson Sis-
Orlando and have a host of friends, Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor.At two parts, featuring Ben Wilson FRANK
who unite with the Sentinel in extending 11 a. m. the pastor will preacha A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
congratulations and a wish timely helpful sermon to and for
and Dorothy Phillips.
for life of
a long happiness.
fathers. Mothers invited. At night
SPECIAL --0-- the subject of the address will be Established 1886
"lessons From the Marathon." There
REHEARSALS.There will be
congregational singing and
will be full rehearsal
a for some special music by the choir at
"Pinafore" Monday night at 7:30:; at each service. "THE ARTIST'AND THEVENGEFUL .
the Orlando opera house. This is to Children's and
people's devo- CURTIS
include aunts cousins
every one tional meetings at 3 p. m. and 6:30p.
marines and all. At 5 o'clock Mon- .
m. :
respectively.On ;
:ay afternoon there is to be a special Tuesday the Ladies' Aid Societywill Harry Myers and Rosemary
rehearsal for the girls. Please comet enjoy their annual outing. In
early. connection with their picnic they will Theby. LOANS
hold their monthly business meeting.
SPECIAL NOTICE They and their friends will meet at
\ At the Presbyterian church this the church at 10 o'clock a. m., where
morning Mrs Forrest Dabney Carr plenty of autos will be waiting to "TWO HEARTS AND A SHIP" REAL ESTATE RENTALS
will sing Van de Waters "Publican"at carry them to the grounds.
the offertory. This will be the last Mid-week service Wednesday at Eddie Lyon and Victoria Forde.A .

opportunity of hearing Mrs. Carr sing 7:30 p. m. Prayer, song, devotions.
during the present season. A treatis Question box: "How to make the
in store for those who attend the prayer meeting go and grow?"
service. -0CIIRISTIAX- Ladies' beautiful Silk Waist

SOCIETY NOTESOF Sunday school at 9:45 SCIENCE a. m. given away at 9 o'clock.

INTEREST. Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Mor- .
Friends of Miss Pearle Hawkins tals and Immortals." For Sale
have received invitations to the com- Wednesday evening services at 7:45.
mencement exercises of Miss Wood- Third floor, corner South Orange
berry's school, Atlanta, May 22. Miss avenue and Church street. Entranceon 10 cents 5 cents

"\ Orlando Hawkins people will be as remembered one.of the by attractive many- Church street.CHRISTIAN --0--. House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

guests of Mrs. A. R. Bogue last AND lIISSIOXARY.ALLIAXCE

summer. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $4500.00. A bargain.
--0-- (22 West Pine St.-
Elbert E. Jenkins of Indianapolis, Preaching Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
is in Orlando and is visiting his wife Sunday school' at 2:30 p. m. -- $
and daughter at the home of his Women's prayer meeting. Wednesday !$1 i l
daughter, Mrs Leonard Bumby. Mr. at 3 p. m. 4 4DON'T
Jenkins is a traveling salesman in the Midweek meeting, Thursday, 7:30p.
employ of a Chicago company. lie .
will return north the first of the week. m.We welcome you to every service. ARCADEMILK
Troop No. 4, Boy Scouts, will meetas ST. JAMES CATHOLIC
usual Tuesday evening at 7:15, at Sunday school at 9 a. m.
the home of Scoutmaster Joseph E. Mass at 10 a. m.
\ Woodnick 309 East Pine street. All No evening service. SWAT THE FLY !
Scouts are requested to take notice -
and wear uniforms. ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery

.. Rufus Tatum, scribe. Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. DEPOT
' Sunday after ascension.The .
Miss Mae Gray Buxton, daughterof Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Screen home with our galvanizedwire
Mr. and Mrs Ben Buxton, of Oak- Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. your
land, will graduate Thursday, May 27, Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a.m. .
from National Park Seminary, Washington Evening prayer and address 7:30p. cloth at moderate cost.
D. C. m.
-0- --0UXITAULX-- BUTTER MILK This will effectively keep out flies
The Bachelor Girls will be enter- CHURCH ,
tained Wednesday at the Country Sunday school. 10 a. m. Fresh Every Day.5c. .
Club by Miss Guilda Happersett. Unity Circle Wednesday afternoonat gnats, mosquitoes and other insects
--0-- 3 o'clock. Mrs. Sherman will read per glass
Miss Helen Warlow left yesterday "The StOry of a Leaf." and is
23c.; per gallon
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many couples during the next sixty days and those who send

out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens

Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. Samples and pricesare

furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper MilK DEPOT JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S

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Lake Site NOTCE OF ELECTION -'Jurnber.: I.a-t11s: ancI SlrtnglesOILANI

: SENTINEL Notice is hereby given to the registered -
voters of Ocoee that there will
be an election held at that place on
Monday, June 7, 1915 to decide upon
WANTSThe incorporating the town. 5-7-4w

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Umbrellas recovered and
Morning Sentinel Want
j Directory is the Greatest Want "while you wait," at Young's Repair
- Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc )()

. Terms Cash in Advance.

136 acres with beautiful fron-

tage on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day RATES______________tae PHONE 646 Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime '
For Three Days ___________50c
f 15 per acre. For Six Days _______________75c For Eight Cylinder adillac
For One Month ____________$2.50 j r.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate BARNARD & SON
will be one cent per word for
; $20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
sertion.If 12-10-lm
See E. B. you can't bring your ad to
Bradley Quick.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Qj
counts opened by telephone will be S
payable the following day. Dr. S. S. Jones

Every Home--Every Business ,
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. graduate Davenport College, 17 and

W.tkn! Block PHONE 604 -- 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
FOR SALE 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
being restored to health by chiro- .
FOR SALE-Velvet beans, $-1.00 per practic adjustments, the new scienceof '"
DAYS bushel clay $2.40 bushel removing the cause of disease. Examination -
FOR 90 ; peas per ;
Is servant that do lot of to make
unknown and speckled cowpeas, $2.45; free. 12-24-lmo a can a things your.
: per bushel. J. L. Dean, prop. City kitchen work easier and pleasanter.A .
You can buy foundation Drug Store. 5-11-7tc
stone building blocks, side-
walk tile, or anything In my FOR SALE-Chalmers touring car, DoctorsBnckiiiastel' RUUD AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER will give

line at reduced. Call around bargain.fully equipped Inquire first 32 class West. condition Church.; & Brundagc; you steaming hot water quickly and economically 11
and let me'surprise on
prices. OSTEOPATHS ;you want just when and where you want it.

FOR SALE-A No. 1 Studebaker sur-
F. D. GORE, rey, in excellent condition; .rubber Personal instruction under Dr. Still One of our perfect new GAS RANGES will smooth
tires, and will sell very reasonable if at Kirksville Mo.
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. taken at once. $50 will get it. A. L. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples out your cooking troubles-cook quickly cleanly and
Maclean, Gotha, Fla. 5-ll-6t
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. National Bank. Phone 578. economically.You .
FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car,
:. 5 in good condition extra -
passenger ; can enjoy the convenience and saving of an ALL
equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue
5-8-lmoc, Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. Orlando Wood Yard GAS KITCHEN at a surprisingly low cost.

Let us show you.
FOR SALEA Removed from Pine St. two blocks I
clean, nice cash business for a
Office corner Orange Avenue and hustler, on easy'terms' ; requires only north on Railroad, west end Wash-

Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., small cash payment, balance to suit ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
purchaser. Address F, care SentineL
Phone 419.Clean. 4-9-tf all times.
r FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story -
cottage, seven rooms and bath, 1
modern conveniences, roomy porches, B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE
Up 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. 344DON'T ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

FOR RENT-If looking for a choice
Buy your Cleaning furnished house, for small family, -
for summer; low rental; immediate
Materials of us. occupancy; address Fred B. Dale, 306 I
Anderson street, Orlando, Fla.

Brooms 5-15-6t. WORRY

TO RENT for July and August, a two
room apartment, with kitchenetteand
bath room, in Boston, Massachu- 9
, setts, next to Hotel Brunswick. Rent
Soaps for the two months $50. Emily Curtis If you are disappointedabout .
Fisher, 500 Boylston street, Boston
Washing Powders Mass. 5-12-6tc getting a new Eas- .
ter Suit we can put your
FOR RENT-Five room house, No. 9
Soap PowdersBuy West Robinson avenue; $15.00 per old one in good condi- will Service will'

month.Company.Apply A. L. Beck 5-14-6tc Lumber tion for just such occas Start Pnr S rin Wat r Start _

a can of Lay-U- ions. May 10th May 10thIn
: FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
Dust. mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. !

Yancey. 3-28-tfc ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

CARUTHERS & GORE buy, sell rent, and exchange real Dry Cleaning all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who

estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Steam Cleaning this business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that
specialize in one demands
over 30 years. Have handled over
Sew Modern G Grocery $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Pressing and Repairing service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER dally to

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

Phone 200 WANTED Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs. .rEach

WANTED Position as traveling Cut Flowers business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a
6 and 8 East Pine St. salesman, or employment in city,
by man of good character. Bonds and COOLER Free of Charge.
reference if required. Address J.A.G.,
5-14-3t Lock Box 82, Winter Park, Fla. and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc. per

WANTED POSITION young man gallon.No
having fifteen years experience in Floral Designs deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.
department stores desires position
where ability and merit would war-
I rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf ANALYSIS :

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Violet Dell Florist. THOMAS: R. BAKER, Ph.D. 4* r
I railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 Rollins College, Florida. '
set to budded trees two years ago: ; 3 '
acres unimproved; extra good land. Winter Park Florida, April 19, 1915
r Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc
J. M. CARUTHERS H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
and LOST-One bicycle wheel, between Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:
RETURNMONDAY return to Morton Jones & Son, bus Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
line. 5-13-tf SPRING WATER

LOST-Key ring with four keys. Re- COLOR ______________________________Clear.
MAY 1m ward.turn to this office and receive re Under New Management REACTION _________________________________Neutral

---- 5-13-tf- FREE AMONIA ____________________________None-
LOST-Knight Templar charm with HouseCorner ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA ______________None.
Tickets good all my name on same. Reward. J. N. Smyth CHLORIDE _________________________-_____6 parts per 10000000.35 grains per gallon. I
on Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc TOTAL SOLIDS __________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon.
r Regular Trains MONEY TO LOAN-We have some Main and Jefferson Sts. NITRATES _________________________________Trace .
Final Limit money to loan on first class prop- One Block from Court House HARDNESS ______________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon. .
!L May 13th erty. Lord & Bradshaw. 5-13-6tc The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
PIAAtlanfic ROSES AND CARNATIONS for sale BOARD monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
I for commencement. Miss Kate of the body.
: Ronson, Colonial Drive. 5-13-12t* Rates by Day or Week. Summer The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
Rates Now On.
Coast LineStandard RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood
MRS. J. H. McCAMY quality.A .

Located in the Arcade Building very desirable feature ol tms spring -Woicr is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Railroad of the South All work guaranteed and neat- the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and '"

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

and our prices are the lowest. of the body. Yours respectfully,
This is the place to have your CLINT BASSPHONE I (Signed) THOi _? oAKER.

old clothes made new. 375WestJefferson I
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Street

pressed ___40c. Successor to WATER
All Palm Beaches------scrubbedand ---- [ELDER SPRING CO.

DR. L H. RAMSDELi. pressed --:------___5Qc Hand Wood CompanyWood
OPTOMETRIST Mohair suits pressed ---___25c. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVEW.
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE We do ladies' work also. Give of All Kinds "
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES us a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE \Wright, "Goodand;;[ Bad Cigar Store. Phone:444 *

AND DO ALL KINDS OF Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICES

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DRINKHanover. denburg's amazing constitution could several days ago from Mr. Cox, in rion Alachua and other counties have : .
have stood the effects of East Prus- Fairmount, in which he stated that conclusively demonstrated that Flor- '
.-When Von Hindenburg sian Cup for long. It is compoundedof the trunk had been received by him. ida offers unbounded opportunities for W $16.60to VL2
was summoned by the Kaiser to save porter, Burgundy, German cham-
and WESTCOTT SETS EXAMPLE FOR I breeding blooded horses cattle and
East Prussia he was a disappointedman pagne brandy. W IcHMoNDvA.:
% FLORIDIANS i iI hogs at a profit and it seems that the .
steadily drinking himself t ii I
TRUNK WAS CHECKED TO magnitude of these opportunities is
death here. One of his favorite i i
June 1-2-3
haunts IMS a cheap restaurant at the BIRMINGHAM: Orlando and Orlando people have just now coming to be realized. 1915

corner 'ol a dreary street in a well to the habit of setting good examples to I From Pensacola to Miami and from
Mr. E. J. Cox and wife, who two '
do residential district of twenty years Floridians and the latest example- Fernandina to Fort Myers, there is ACOTFEDERATEVETERANS
weeks ago returned to Fairmount contributor is C. G. Westcott fancier : not a county that will not produce nutritious -
ago.The inn is the ground floor of a from Orlando, have about given up of fast harness horses and blooded forage crops in abundance.
brick and standstone house. It has hope of locating their trunk which cattle. J and at small cost upon which blooded
two rooms, the front room containing was lost in transit, and which con- Mr. Westcott, who is preparing his'' cattle can be raised with as much REUNION
a small bar where the servants of the I tained more than $300 worth of clothing harness horses for the annual races success as was met in producing com- .

.. neighborhood come to buy bottled beer linens and silverware. The loss on the grand circuit, recently pur- mon cattle in the old days-Tampa .g __ Tickets on Sale May 29th to June 2nd,
for their masters, and a long narrow will be borne by Mr. and Mrs. Cox, as chased 120 acres on the Conway brick Times. inc,limited to June 10th. Extension and
back room with high walls. they failed to get the trunk checkedat road, near Orlando, which he will I G I stopover privileges. For
The latter is furnished with bent- the railroad station before it dis stock with blue ribbon horses and cat- Among some of the guests registering : rt d rates, schedules,reservations
wood chairs and a few tables covered appeared.-Fairmount item in Marion tle. In referring to this stock farm I at the San Juan hotel yesterdaywere ,etc,call onW.
with red and white checked cloth. Leader. venture, the Orlando Sentinel says: I P. J. Everett Atlanta; J. :M.
There is a n oleograph of William I. Through error, the trunk was "What it may lack in size will be I Farr, Chattanooga; Dr. J. II. Ro.'.s. "If 1 ""'1 IL_ R. O'NEAL z jlANT1C
on the wall and a plaster cast of the I checked to Birmingham, Ala., by a more than made up for in quality." Florence Villa; L. D. Jones. Tampa; oll City Pass and y OAST a
present Kaiser in the corner. lady who was a pasenger on the same Mr. Westcott shows wisdom in taking -' E. T. Rolles, Plant City; W. II. Cody Ticket Agent
Near the window is the round table train on which Mr. and Mrs. Cox left advantage of the stock raising op- j Florida; Walter S. Adams M. II.
called Hindenburg's Stammtisch, I Orlando. The lady did not go direct portunities offered by Orange county, j Thatcher Louisville. R. Westvolt ATLANTIC COAST LINE '
which only "The Old Man of theLakes" ,to Alabama: but visited several places and while his venture may be in the j New York; Thos. E. Wilson. P. De- STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
and his friends could use. !in Fonda, and upon her arriva in Bir- nature of a hobby, there is no doubt :mandel, SanfordV.; II. Bateman
Here the doughty old soldier used mingham the mistake was discovered, but that he can make it one of profit. ;i t Wauchula; Jas. P. Snapp, Virginia,
to sit, with a few chosen cronies, :and it did not require very much time Equally progressive citizens of Ma- j'and C. C. Roet and wife, Clermont.
for the matter to atomatically adjust
Bowie" (East -
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Prussian without Hin : itself. The Sentinel received a letter
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of Orlando C,

Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is
the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town
show it. Their stores are attractive their streets clean, their
homes are well painted.

Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like paint-
hungry buildings. Let's paint up. As the most durable and
economical paint, we recommend

Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead

? 1915 Harley-Dav dson---For Side Car Service. I

and Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed right on the job, to suit the job. Have your
painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of ;
painting you have in mind. Today's the day. 'VV_ ::eIGST.:: A ge t


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The new management of Ivanhoe Amusement Park, The Attractions Are Auto service will run on schedule at a charge oi !tll',

each for adults, children under 12, 5c. No charge "
otherwise known as Russell's Point wishing to give this way ''I

Park a more attractive name, has decided to pay TEN :McINTOSH ORCHESTRA children under o not occupying seats.

DOLLORS IN GOLD, to the resident of Orange County, DANCING Week Days only.) Admission to grounds after 5.-ZO pm.

who first sends the name considered most appropriate for UATIIING, BOATING, FISHING
All answers must be sent to P. O. Box 358, Orl.ti;.4l:
this park. The selection will be made by three judges. The :MOTOR BOAT TRIP AROUND LAKE
not later than Friday noon. May 21>t. 1915.!
winner's name will be announced and the prize awarded (,13; minute trip.)

Saturday evening, May 22nd, at 8.30 p.m. at the above men- FREE :MOPING PICTURES WIN THIS TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE

... tioned park.
The public should keep in mind that this park will open c__ Strictly Up-to-Date.

t, Saturday morning May 22 1915 at 10 a.m., and will
on PICNIC GROUNDS; the Opening Day will be CHILDREN'> Hat .11

remain open until 11 p.m. It will be open seven days every BOWLING AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS WILL the Park. Bring the children and picnic on the eroinm,
week. SOON BE ADDED. Strict order will be maintained.


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FORREST DAB EY CARR TALKSOF the same stage settings and position f pride that here in Orlando with a I A SIDELIGHT Lectures in East Aurora. I I For a time at least, The Fra and -The--
I PINAFOREIn as were introduced at that time. The i population of about nine thousand, "Unusual Privileges have been i Philistine without Hubbard will be
Mendelssohn Club scored a distinct this club is on record as having By W. S. Branch granted this Man by the Foreign Au- I like Hamlet with Hamlet left out.
the year of 1900 Maurice Grau last when they I achieved more successes than .
success season pre- any thorities; He will see what there is to
and Henry W. Savage inaugurated a sented the Mikado, which speaks well club that Jacksonville or Tampa can Just what Elbert Hubbard was going I be seen, learn what there is to learn, If tne new prohibition law is passedby
series of Gilbert and Sullivan's operasat for the production of Pinafore this ,boast of. I have personally conducted to Europe for is plainly indicatedin and he is absolutely FREE to describe the legislature regulating individ-
the Metropolitan Opera House in year. I the construction of the boat and the following announcement in his to you things as they are. ual consumption of liquor, one may
New York, which had a run for sixteen Years ago I adopted a policy never devoted sleepless hours to every magazine, The Fra: "The name of this :Man, whom everybody hear such sallies: "Well, Jim, how
l weeks. It was my good fortuneto to boast of my talents or stand spon- ,tail, so that I can safely say the de-I "Do You Want the First Hand, On- knows, will be specially an- much of the half gallon have you
have been selected as a member of sor for any individual singer or musi- duction will be a credit to the the-Spot Story of the War? If you nounced in the June Fra and PHILISTINE left?" or, "I drank all mine last night
that company, and on Monday, No- cian for fear the unexpected might and community. The costumes for do--come to East Aurora the week of I Magazines." -now its twenty-nine days of fam-
vember 26, II. M. S. Pinafore was pre- happen but I am willing to stand the cast and gentlemen of the ChO- !July 4th, 1915, and attend the con- I Elbert Hubbard's tragic death on ine."
sented with a chorus and cast of five back of the prediction that Pinafore rus, are to come from New York city, vention of the Philistines."We the Lusitania took away from earth
hundred on the stage, and an orchestra will surpass the Mikado performancein while the garments worn by Sir Joseph have commissioned a Famous 'a man whose originality both with his The 'lucky man these days is the
t of one hundred musicians. The respect to stage settings and scen- Porter's cousins and aunts were Man to visit the Battlefields of Eu- pen and lips has given him a worldwide one who finds himself and his umbrella -
t cast included such prominent namesas ery. The cast and members of the designed and executed by Mrs. Carr, I rope in the interest of the Roycrofters I fame. That he was a genius and rain coat at the same end
Henry E. Dixey, Zellie de Lussan, chorus are known too well to comment who has done so much toward making i at Home, and at Large. i none will deny. That he used his gen- of the line.
Grace Von Studdeford, Winifred Goff, other than to say that as an amateur the production an assured success. II "He is over there nowsearchingout I ius and keen mind in the best possible I I II I
and Austria's great basso, Lempriere organization it has the distinction of I the Truth. He will not write a ,way to make the world better, is open I i I It ought to be easy to boost the
Pringle. The schooling I received in being able to present and do such Why leave Orlando with such per- !1 I word till he leaves the Censor far be- ''to serious doubt. Whether he has '"Buy in Orlando" movement, because
these operas has enabled me to repro- works better than any other club in fect weather as the city and county is I:hind. He will not address an audience !left a capable successor among the i I it is so easy to demonstrate the advantage
duce as near as possible in "Pinafore" the state. They also can point with ,now*enjoying. I t i until he has delivered a series of Six i> Roycrofters remains to be proven. 1, of buying in Orlando.

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and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three Quarters of a Million

DividendsPai d Since Organization $72,500.00




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We have bought at Sheriff's Sale the entire stock of the PIERCE ELECTRIC CO., and must give up the room ; ;

in TEN DAYS. The entire stock of Electrical Fixtures, Desk and Table Lamps, also Casserols, Flash Lights, ;

Store Fixtures, Cash Register, Check Protector, Show Case, and many other articles.

One $44.00 Fireplace Mantel, $22.00; $24.00 Fireplace Mantel, $12.00; $25.00 Table Lamps, $12.50; all !

Desk and Smoking Set Lamps one-half price; all Xray Reflectors for office and window display use one-half

price. Good Vacuum Cleaner for rent.

I H. L. HAIGHT, Purchaser of The Pierce Electric Stock jj

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MERCHANTS WIIO WILL CLOSE Orlando Bank & Trust Co. The Boston Store. nia may owe somewhat 'of their epigrammatic -
THURSDAY AFTERNOONSWe P. F. Laubach. II. Carl Dann.G. : form to the foreshorteningeffect
E. McCulloch.
The State Bank of Orlando. of a vivid memory. In sub-
Helms Hdw. Co.
the undersigned merchants of Curtis & O'Neal.J. stance, many men in like circum-
P. C. Hart.
Orlando, do hereby agree to contribute L. Feinberg. Rizk Bros. stances might have echoed them: EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
to the comfort of our clerks and Peoples National Bank. Wright Seed Store.F. "Why fear death? It is the most
fellow workers by closing our placesof Ben Salomon.Jas. beautiful adventure in life."
J. Jones.
business on every THURSDAY L. Giles. Model Grocery.W. There were many American gentlemen -
NOON, at 12 o'clock, beginning with Kincaid & Snowden.J. upon the stricken ship, and many
Thursday, June 3, 1915, and continu- L. Moore. O. Hand M. Slemons.& Son. of other races and lands who if they Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
ing up to and including September Jacob Hassen. feared death made no sign of it. It is
30, 1915. Orlando P. & W. Paper Co. no new story; the sinking of the Ti- with of
plenty Foliageand
Mr. F. A. and wife left last
T. A. Mann. Hammond & Gore.
(Signed) tanic showed how Astor and Harris
k F. Pure Food Store. night on the 12:30 train for Ashtabula I
John Empie. and Butt and the Strauses could die,
Ohio, where Mr. Purdy will look Trees.
H. M. Self. Gordon's Bakery. simply and without heroics. It is the
W. S. Branch. Brigham & Hill. after his business interests until the expected and traditional' memory of
Caruthers & Gore. Royal Mills. cool winds from off Lake Erie com- bitter events, the unfailing lesson and
Allen & Co. W. 0. Cox. pels them to seek shelter' at their assuagement of disasters. Price $2000.00
T. O. Brown. Nat Burman. pretty home, 98 Lakeview avenue.i The war has shown that men needno
Repair Shop. Douglas Furniture Co. :Mr. and Mrs. Purdy are very fond of
Young's glitter of gold lace to lure or blareof
T & Howard. Joe Ilirsch. fishing and have remained here sev-
Woodberry trumpets to lead them to their
Jos. L. Guernsey.Jas. : C. L. Pipkin. eral weeks longer than has been their death. Duty and country call as inex-
Thomson.A. Orlando Furniture Co. usual custom in order to enjoy the orably to mud stained men in trenches I C. A. HOVEY
P. Curry.J. White Star Market. fine piscatorial sport on Lake Con- whose jaded senses no music stirs or
A. Caplinger.A. Jos. Bumby Hdw. Co. cord. They will keep in touch with cheering heartens. Not even the habit -
B.Johnson.C. M. E. Weeks.A. Orlando friends through the medium of discipline was present to aid the
E. Howard. L. Lucius, grocer. passengers of the Lusitania in their
YowellDuckworth.DicksonIves Orlando Grain & Com. Co. "TilE MOST BEAUTIFUL last hours. They died like men be-
Co. Orlando Meat Market. ADVENTURE."
t cause they were men. Theirs was in
O. W. & L. Co. Richard's Rep. Shop. The last reported words of Charles truth a beautiful adventure.-New
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Speed, Silence and 'Convenienceof .'

Operation j

F For r Exdlialle n[ F For r Flolhiffa Property D 1 a

Remington Remiirton 1

Hotel and Sanitarium in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year, J
Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.
Quality y RefinmentElectric 1

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000. 1
Price $15,000.00; make us an offer of Florida property. :
Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. ,

Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year. I
Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3j inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt. 1

Price $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling
Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on .
property, also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage J
THE APPEARANCE $7,000.00Iake us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.

In a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situation Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats, ,1
-( rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00. Mortgage $11,500.00. Want good ,
property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00. J

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tone distinction
a to Mead, Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. I
the occupants. Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs. 4

-- We want a Bung uow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago I
a Income Property.WARING.

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Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, D. WARING, Mgr.Or .

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Aubrey Smith has pone to
Plant City on a visit to her daughter, STATEMENTOF
Mrs. Robert Morgan.

r Capt. B.1.. Sims, of Ocoee, was THE 7
among the representative citizens visiting -
the county metropolis yesterday.Mr. .

Peoples National BankAt
and Mrs. J. R. Sage, prominent
winter residents of Orlando, will leave
tomorrow for Des Moines\ Iowa,
.- where they will spend the summer. the close of business May 1, 1915

Maitland was ably represented at
The State Bank of Orlando the county seat by two of her most
progressive citizens, Messrs. S. J. B. .
Irwin and Isaac Vanderpool.Mr. RESOURCESLoans

and Discounts________________
: Theo. L. :Mead, a progressive _____$406,153.07
the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915
citizen of Oviedo, spent yesterday in
Overdrafts ____'___ 18.73
Orlando transacting business and
RESOURCESLoans greeting old friends.Mr. Stocks _________________________________ 1,900.00U.

and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 S. Bonds _____________________________ 31,000.00
I. L. Isaacson, one of the oldest
Overdrafts _____________________________ 518.37Stocks and highly respected citizens of the Other Bonds ____________________________ 13,556.06

and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 Lockhart section, transacted businessin Real Estate, etc. __________________ ____ 37,300.32
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30 Orlando yesterday.Mr. .
Cash and in Banks _____________________ 481,342.21
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,547.32
Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 :: and Mrs.V.. R. Palmer, who
have been spending the season at $971,272.24
their home on Ernestine street, will
$1,095,178.62 leave today for Cincinnati, where they
LIABILITIES will remain until fall. LIABILITIESCapital

Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00 :Mr.: Ray Anderson, of Concord _________________________________$ 50,000.00
Profits _____________ Park, leaves the Seaboard this
Surplus and Undivided 43,473.22 over Surplus ________________________________ 12,500.00
for Ocala where he will
Bills Payable ___________________________ None morning resume -
his work with the Seaboard Air Undivided Profits ________________________ 9,529.04
Rediscounts ____________________________ None Line railway.Mr. .
Dividends Unpaid ---------______________ 8.00

Deposits 1,001,705.40 J. B. Redditt, a worthy memberof Reserved for Taxes --- -_ _____________ 640.25

the board of public instruction and Circulation _____________________________ 21,000.00
a prosperous cattleman of the Fort
$1,095,178.62 Christmas section, transacted busi- Deposits ___877,595.13
ness at the county capital yesterday.Mr. .

John M. Lee, one of the oldest $971,272.24
and influential citizens of .Osceola
county, was in Orlando yesterdayfrom GROWTH
Kissimmee, combining business ,
with pleasure.Mr. .
May 1, 1912____________$ 87,658.90

G. A. Worley, Jr., of Miami, :May 1, 1913 _____________ 162,879.84May

was in Orlando yesterday on impor- : 1, 1914_____________ 407,593.80May
tant legal business. Mr. Worley is
one of the most succesful attorneyson : 1, 1915__----------- 877,593.00
the East Coast.

Mr. and Mrs. George Egerton left
Monday in their auto for Orlando.Mr. .
Egerton is a commission man and
is looking for supplies for his house.
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resident of Orlando since early last
September, left yesterday afternoonfor
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fry ti summer months will be spent. Mr.
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Mr. Chas. F. Granniss, who has
been spending the past five weeks in
Orlando, !looking after his extensive
interests, left :yesterday for Water-
J'LYI bury, Conn., where he will remain un-
til fall

C. L. Harvey received a telegramfrom Fully Equipped $750.00 f
Orlando Monday stating that
Mrs. Harvey had safely passed
through a severe operation at the
,.. d old eES Florida sanitarium that morning and
A Car backed -
i was resting comfortably.' Daytona up by a
GazetteNews.Mr. .

ES good Company ..
LIVE ON THE PORCH and Mrs. Chas. S. Ballantine,
of Jacksonville, are among the recent
arrivals in Orlando. Mr. Ballantine
THIS SUMMERDon't will be associated with the Elder
Spring Water company in this city.
They are located at 210 Palmetto
Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem-
Sold By
onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be Mr. and Mrs. W. Dolive left yes-
terday afternoon over the Atlantic
converted into a cool, comfortable living and sleepingroom. Coast Line for Jacksonville, where

Here are a few of many specially made pieces for they will spend a couple of weeks ; i San Juan Garage Company jj
with their son, Mr. J. Carney Dolive,
your porch. who is the manager for the Postal
.. Telegraph company in that city.
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs

Haltex Fibre Furniture Maple Chairs and Rockers Guests registering at the San Juan
yesterday included L. O. Sikes, Atlanta -
Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings
; Alfred Foster, Sanford; Cornelius
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Eustis; L H. Crocket, Baltimore; G.
; Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline A. Worley, Jr., Miami; W. M. King, -
Atlanta; J. Mahoney and party,
Shoves. Select to
yours day. Tampa; L. H. Whitten, Jacksonville.Mr. .

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and Mrs. C. B. Sawyer and son,
t OSCAR HAND & SON Forrest, who have been spending sev-
eral weeks in Orlando, left yesterday
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
Line for New York. They will spend CHARACTER ::
t two weeks in that city: and then go to
r Altoona, Pa., where they will spend ,
t the summer. "Success" is usually understood to mean

.ill . . . . . .4-M :Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Burns and financial success, and usually a Savings : rc .;*k}
daughter, Miss Gladys, have returnedto
their home in Trenton, N. J., after Account is a real factor in its attainment.
having spent several'weeks in this +
r GIFTS FOR GRADUATES city. Mr. Burns is very fond of fishing There is another success-the building. + '
and autoinjr; and has been delighted
L with the ideal weather that has- of character-which is in large part due t L ,. ;

marked the past few weeks. The cou-
ple will be back early next fall. to the practice of regularly depositing in
Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin a Savings Account. The denials required j '
;Mr.V.. M. King representing the
Atlantic National of Macon, Ga., and j i develop self reliance in every thrifty )-.
Pendantor the County Fire Insurance Company I 1
of Philadelphia. Pa., spent
r in Orlando with the local o f

other piece of jewelry you want, you can. get the best Justin incurred Van by Buskirk Guy Thomas adjusting'esterda.1 Let this institution help in your building .

I value for :your money by coming to us. man whose property was destroyedby for the future through the medium of the r may :
fire about ten days ago.
We specialize in pieces of the better class-fina I Savings Account.

goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof Col.! and \Irs. A. II. Bell, of Green

. merit. We excel in this line, :yet our prices are ex- Cove Springs, and Prof. W. E. Bell 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts. }
ceedingly low.Ve also offer you choice selections and wife and daughter Elizabeth of Fort
the best service. Pierce are spending the week-end in "Consultation incurs no obligation." r
th ecity guests of their parents. Dr. r

We are organized to produce QUALITY, and we do it and Prof.Mrs.Bell A.has D. Bell closed, Church street.

-the kind of quality; that guarantees satisfaction to the term as just principal of a very the Fort successful .

wearer. Pierce high school and is on his way
to Atlanta to spend a well earned va-

cation. Orlaildo Bank & Trust
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Thompson of t m n
the Rossmore Inn, ndennere, were
in Orlando
T. H. EVANSJEWELER yesterday minding busi-
ness with pleasure. They declare that
their charming settlement is the best
place that they know of to spend the ORLANDO FLORIDAr"
summer and that Windermere is holding ,
its own in spite of the so-called
hard times. and is prepared to take
prosperity: by the forelock when it


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