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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 30, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.:'" PLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1915. NUMBER 93.

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'GERMAN REPLY TO U. S. NOTE SUGGESTS







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SUGGESTION SHOULD THE BE HAGUE TAKENTO IS THAT Przemysl TighteningLondon "Ring" Is CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION OF FLORIDA' NO INSTAL[ TIRED[ VEHICLES[ [






LS OF NOTE VERY MEAGRE German Russian counter armies, May are attacks.-slowly Despite, the closing Austro-violen-a MAY BE HELD ORLANDO IN 1919 OYER 5 MILES UH. AllOWED


circle about Przemysl according to I _
advices from Berlin and Vienna tonight -
Make Full Compensation in The Russians brought up DRUGSTORE I!MEMORIAL IS READ TO THIS
heavy forces from the Caucasus in an DEAN MOVING
Unintentional Attacks"on effort ot stem the Teuton drive on the EFFECT BEFORE HOUSE

GulflightUnd Lemberg railroad. These reinforce- REPRESENTATIVESVJINOERMERE ON ORANGE[ COUNTY ROADS
ments were released by a lull in that City Drug Store Will Be Located I
Falaba theatre and by bringing them to Ga-
licia the Grand Duke Nicholas has at No. 9 West Church '
avoided weakening other portions of RECOMMENDS ACT
ILIN MAY 29.-GER IANY"S Street After -

H Y TO WAS PRESIDENT HANDED WILSON TO AM, his brace Poland-Galicia his lines arocnd front Przemysl.in order to TodayThe NO COURT ADJOURNMENT I SUCH HILL INTRODUCED BY

ADOR GERARD TODAY EX- From Now on Orlando Will Have GRIFFIN; AND PASSED

SES REGRET FOR "UNIN- APPROPRIATIO NFOR 6 MONTHS City Drug Store will be removed -
'IONAL ATTACKS ON THE FOM JULY IS $575,138 tomorrow from its present location Something Else to Work BY THE HOUSE
.1 Ten Cases Criminal Court
on
IICAN STEAMERS GULF- in the Arcade building to the for in Way of Con
F AND CUSHING. AND OF- room formerly occupied by the Pierce Docket Will Be Tried This
TO GIVE A COMPENSATIONIY By C. F. Johnson Electric company at 9'West Church ventionsBy MANY LETTERS OF ENDORSEMENT
Week Three Con"ictions
OF THE CASES IN WHICH The Sentinel Bureau street. Dr. J. L. Dean the proprietor -

IANY MAY BE FOUND TO Tallahassee Fla., May 29. will have a room that will meet Yesterday
RONG." of his tradeas C. F. Johnson
plant boards get $160,000.In the growingrequirements
2 GERMAN NOTE SAYS IN spite of the increase in the ex- the new room is much larger than The Sentinel Bureau, :May Become Effective Soon-

i iRD TO THE FALABA AND penditures the tax rateis expected to the one he has been occupying. He Tallahassee Fla., May 29. Criminal court will continue this Bill Was Endorsed M. O.
LOSS OF LIFE THAT IT WAS be reduced from two and one-half will have entirely new fixtures and In the house of representatives this week with ten cases still on the docket. by

TO THE FALABA'S EFFORT mills to one and three-quarter mills, will rearrange the interior. A greater morning the following memorial was The court had expected to finishup Overstreet, Ch. Bd. Co.

SCAPE AND CONCERNING based on the 1915 assessment.The quantity of goods will also be add- read and ordered spread on the jour- the cases and adjourn last even-

i TORPEDOING OF THE LUSI- senate today practically fin- ed. Other plans are under contemplation nal: CommissionersBy
but of the being
ing
as many cases are -
A memorial to the house of
rTilE NOTE SUGGESTS ished adopting the first section of the sentatives repre- hard fought there has been delay.
THERE SHOULD BE AN general appropriations bill,-providing :
Whereas the The state secured several convictions C. F. JohnsonThe
:1EMENT ON THE FACTS IN the of all departments for territory comprisingthe
expenses RESULTS
BASEBALL them David
yesterday, among being Sentinel Bureau,
state of Florida
was purchased by
CASE BETWEEN THE the six months of 1915 beginning Biwens, illegal sale of liquor, six Tallahassee, Fla.. May 29.
the United States in the 1819
ED STATES AND GERMANY. July 1. The total for that period, ex- year ;
Southern League and months on the road; W. W. Spates, Representative S. S. Griffin today
Y MATTERS COU1RIESRE UPON WHICH UNTO clusive of the special appropriations, Atlanta 2, Chattanooga 0. Whereas said purchase was ratifiedin second liquor offense, one year on the ''I'I' received from C. B. Robinson county
TWO amounts to $575,138. The institutionsof New Orleans 3, Nashville 0. road and W. Wilson of
SHOULD BEN the year 1821; and, ; Dotey charged ,, attorney Orange county, a bill providing -
AGREE higher education get $428,000 for Birmingham;: 2, Memphis 5. Whereas, the blessings prosperityand with breaking and entering, one yearon that no metal tired vehicles
} UP BY THE HAGUE TRI- the two year period, while the new :Mobile 7, Little Hock 5. happiness accruing to said terri- the road.DILLSBOROANDDUVAL. I shall be driven over the roads of Or-
iL IS ONE OF TIlE SUGGES-
South Atlantic League ange county at a greater speed than
tory, its inhabitants their descendants I
IN THE NOTE.
5 Augusta 1-2, Savannah 3-4. and to the many people now inhabiting I the miles per hour.

,ORLANDO IS CITY WITH Columbia I, Charleston 2. the state pf Florida are cause The bill was approved by Mr. M. O.
yen CLAIM BIG SUCCESS Albany 5, Jacksonville 1. fo' the most proofund gratitude and Overstreet chairman of the board of

Columbus 2-0, Macon 8-3. thanksgiving; and I county commissioners, and several letters
don May 29. The French cap- DIVERSIFIED National League Whereas the immeasurable value, have been received by Mr. Griffin
t\blain i, St. :Nazarev a village in A Pittsburgh; 0-3; St. Louis 0-5; firstgame captivating beauty, the extraordinary CO. COMMISSIONERS I endorsing the measure. The bill was

they have been fighting from called in 5th inning, rain. healthfulness and the exquisite cli- introduced this morning and taken upI
to house for the past ten days. Cincinnati 1, Chicago 3. mate of Florida are unknown and unappreciated I this afternoon, while the house was
official French report from POPULATION New York 5, Brooklyn 1. by the millions who have HAVE PAY CUTIS disposing of the calendar of local bills

tonight says: Boston 9, Philadelphia 4. never enjoyed its hospitality; and, and given final passage and certified
'ri are now master of the entire Federal League Whereas, a memorial exposition fit- to the senate.It .
t. The battle was hard fought. Kansas City 1, Baltimore 4. tingly commemorating happy appears that the commissioners
mihilated or put to flight three TO MEET DEMANDS OF PA- St. Louis 11-4, Brooklyn 0-4; second events should be held and participated REDUCED FROM $1,500 TO of Orange county believe damage has

.n companies." game called, darkness.BuffaloPittsburgh been done to their roads, especiallythe
TRONS YOWELL-DUCK- ir" by all the people of the United
th of Arras also the French rain. States and.Whereas $400 PER YEAR-IS UP hard surfaced"Toads, by metal
;
further progress and the street WORTH COMPANY New York-Chicago, rain. the said exposition oughtto TO SENATE tired vehicles being driven over them.
yg was of a character which American LeagueSt. be established and carried on in The bill was the result of their delib-
'esulted in a French mastery of "DiyersifiedStock" Louis 1-3, Detroit 7-3; second any by the state of Florida; and, eration to arrive at some remedy for
!rmans at Ablain. The attack Must Carry Widely game called, darkness. WHEREAS THE CITY OF ORLANDO Calkins Says More Jobs and Appropriations such damage to their roads.

,feeding vigorously at St. Staast. of Goods-Great June Philadelphia 2-5, Boston 1-6. IS THE'" MOST CENTRALLY
Have Been
German report states that the New York-Washington, rain. LOCATED OF ANY CITY OF Osceola Road Bill Passed
I attacks on Angres, where yes- Sale This Week of Chicago-Cleveland, rain. SUFFICIENT SIZE TO PROPERLY Made Than at Any The road bill for Osceola county
the French claimed further ENTERTAIN THE MANY GUESTS passed the senate tonight having already -
Other SessionBy
'ss. were repulsed with a num- InterestThe passed the house.
SUMMON FRANK AND CONLEY WHO WOULD ATTEND SUCH AN
: French prisoners remaining in TO TESTIFY IN BIG DAMAGE EXPOSITION; now, therefore, The bill now goes to the governor
'nds of the Germans. question is often asked: "Is SUIT Be it resolved, that the Board of C. F. Johnson for his signature. The measure was '
>' also claimed by Berlin that the there any other city in the United Trade of Windermere does most ur- The Sentinel Bureau, amended to read "hard surface" roads

:i attacks were laso repulsed States of a proportionate size as Or- Atlanta, Ga.-Leo M. Frank under gently solicit and recommend that the Tallahassee, Fla. May 29. instead of specifying brick, in order .:
-f the edge of the Ablain wood, lando which supports a departmentstore sentence of death for the murder of legislature of the state of Florida By the adoption of a measure intro- !that other than brick roads might be

fighting south of Souchez and as large as well equipped in as Mary Phagan and James Conley a take whatever action may be neces- duced some weeks ago by Representative 'constructed under the provisions of

,;lutheast of Neuville Le Prettie fine a building, and with as large a negro who is serving twelve months sary to procure a centennial exposi- Harrison, of Duval the house to- the act in other parts of the county
t and also, according to the Ber- diversified stock of goods as the Yow- imprisonment as an accessory to the tion commemorating in gratitude and day decreed that the pay for membersof that object to brick because of the ;
itement, a German fire broke ell-Duckworth ?" the boards of county commissioners _
Company crime were summoned as witnesses thanksgiving the Florida purchase; cost.This
i French assault- before being Ninety-nine per cent. of the people today in the $10,000 damage suit of be it further in Hillsboro and Duval counties measure gives Osceola ten .j
der way. who are asked this question give an the Phagan girl's mother Mrs. J. W. RESOLVED, THAT THE CENTENNIAL should be reduced from $1,500 to $400 mills tax and the plan is to build hard :
emphatic negative answer. Coleman against the National Pencil EXPOSITION BE HELD per year. The bill, which amends roads without bond issues. i 1
"E PERIL OF SUBMARINE With the approach of the Great Factory in which the girl was killed. IX TilE CITY OR ORLANDO, chapter 6745, Acts of 1913 does not

ATTACK June Sale which opens Wednesday The men are cited to appear before STATE OF FLORIDA. IN THE affect the salaries of any other boardsof SUPPLY OF DIAMONDS SHUTOFF J,,
June 2, at the Yowell-Duckworth Com the commission next Wednesday.The YEAR 1919 OR 1821. county commissioners. BY THE WAR I
York May 29.-The steamer pany's store, another question is trial of the suit will not begin Whether the senate will agree with

York of the American Line lefttoday asked: "Why does the company give for at least two months, it was said. SHIPBUILDING PLANT AT MOBILE the house in this particular is uncertain New York.-Good news for New 1
for Liverpool with 665 this sale and how is it possible to but as Frank is under sentence to die' WILL BE GREATEST but there was a tendency to reduce Yorkers whose wives dote on dia-

'gers 400 being in the first cabs secure the 'unheard of prices' and to next month and Conley will be lib- OF ITS KIND IN SOUTH salaries in the senate while the monds was given out yesterday by 1
: a big cargo of general mere. buy goods marked below the originalcost erated next Wednesday, counsel for appropriation bill was under consid- Harry Lissauer chairman of the pub- j

About 100 Americans were price?" Mrs. Coleman decided to have them : New York.-Plans for the construc- eration today. licity committee! of the retail jewelers'association. 1
j. first cabin and none in the The reason is not far to seek. summoned without further delay. tion at Mobile, Ala., of one of the While discussing the creation of the '

I ;e. Orlando is a city with a widely diversified Their testimony is sought to establish -'I largest shipbuilding plants in the new judicial circuits provided for in "The South African diamond mines 1

f population. There are people the fact that the girl was killed i United States were being perfected measures pending, Senator Calkins for a long time past the chief source

G IS NEW PRESIDENT OF from all sections of the United in the factory. :n New York today by Edward M. said this morning! that this session of of the world's supply" he said, "are
PORTUGAL States living in or near Orlando. Or- While Frank is testifying before Hyde former president of the Bath the legislature is going on record as closed down entirely. The organization j
ange county is populated with all the commissioners, the prison commis- (Ye.) Iron Works. the most expensive to the state in its that controlled them is disrupted 4

fin. May 29. Dr. Theophile classes of people with sundry tastes sion is expected to be hearing his petition Mr. Hyde, who has just returned history."I and most of the employes are in the J
and peculiar ideas. Orlando is the i for commutation of the death from the South announced the forma have been coming here for sev- trenches fighting. V
who when the
was present in re- most centrally located city in Florida. sentence to life imprisonment. tion of $4,000.000 organization to eral years and I believe we have "The Lord only knows when peace .
was proclaimed 1910 was
Easy communication with Orlando 'I which created more jobs or proposed more will the mines but then
| president today at the con- undertake the project, he hopesto reopen even
means a heavy trade from outside appropriations than at any previous the
have in operation within six digging out of rough diamonds
.y ap lurality of 93. lie takes communities and INDIAN WAREHOUSES ABOLISHED session" concluded Mr. Cahkins.
cities.
fir vacated by Senor Manuel De months. The concern will probably their transportation to London, the
Ii; fc, resigned. With the thousands of people to be called the Gulf City Shipbuildingand headquarters of the syndicate, and
draw for business and with WEDDING INTERRUPTED
upon near- New York.-The Indian warehousein Drydock company, and is under- their cutting and shipping to the
Iv as many tastes to cater to the this where stood to have the backing of steel interests United States-all this would take
BUTTS CANDY KITCHEN Yowell-Duckworth. Company, to main- chased city supplies are pur- in Birmingham.The Llanelly, Wales.-Eagerness to re- I from fifteen to eighteen months.
for Uncle Sam's wards will be
OPENED YESTERDAY's tain its high standard has had to project will be the only one of cruit interrupted a private's wedding "Of rough diamonds fit for sale in
buy a diversified and immense quantity discontinued May 31, in accordancewith its kind the here today. A man of the royal field I America scarcely left in Eng-
I a resolution passed by the last in far South and i is chiefly any are
Candy Kitchen in the Wat- of goods to satisfy the diversified abolishing two of the five designed to care for and promote the artillery now training at Pwlfheli, returned land. Diamond cutting has ce.*y,;ed in
congress
bck was formally opened to the population.Consequently. development of American ship building home for his wedding day. lIe Antwerp, where the normal output '
warehouses.
New York merchants
stock of val- and his bride went to the office of the ;
yesterday. The beautiful in- a goods made the which is expected to grow out of was a trifle larger in value than in 'j
was thronged with people all ued at $150,000-( is carried by the com- a strong protest against increasing South American and Pan- registrar and the preliminaries were Amsterdam. In the latter city only
abolition of the warehouse here de-
I evening, and the new proprieere pany. Necessarily there is some accumulation ama canal traffic. At Norfolk and under way when the khaki bridegroom 700 or 800 of the 20,000 diamond cut-
it would
claring result in loss to the
ere greatly pleased with the of goods on hand when the because this is the Newport News are the fartherest asked permission to postponethe ters are at work." J
government major
ige accorded them. An orches- middle of the year approaches. June points south for important private ceremony ten minutes.
market of the whole
Hished nation. They "I've just met few old out-
music i during the after- offers a splendid opportunity to pre- ship yards. a pals
JAMIESON AT MEETING OF EX-
int.
lost their
id x> side and I want to tell them that their
evening. Flowers and plants sent a sale to a public which is in
PRESS
the room. need of up to date styles in clothing, king and country need them," he ex- AGENTSMr.
silks laces shoes, suits and what not. RETURN TODAY FROM G. M. A. GERMAN REPLY TO t". S. NOTE plained. .
W. T. Jamiefeon the affable j
And the public is ready for the sale, MAY BE SENT TOMORROW "I'll wait half an hour if you like," ,
SKS ON DARDANELLESon. agent for the Southern Express 1
realizing that dollar will take the declared the registrar, himself an old company -
one Messrs. Roy Starbird, of Apopka, J
London.-An Evening News dispatch in Orlando, left yesterday after-
place of several if spent in May. and and Joe Ferris Jr. volunteer.
The DeLaney Way ,
Turkish
for Jacksonville where he will
troops de- from The declares Germany's noon
Hague
The soldier rushed and
June is the logical month for a who have been attending the Georgia out overtaking -
the
Gallipoli attend of the of the
peninsula reply to the American note a meeting agents
his friends succeeded in
clean-up sale. For weeks there
many Military Academy, at College Park, per-
the landing forces of the al- principal cities in Florida. He
will be "It will ex-
presented tomorrow.
will be alteration in styles and suading them to him to
no Ga., will return home this afternoon. accompany
Xiber 80,000 men, according to double service can be secured from a be of a temporizing character" the the recruiting offices at the local drill pects to return Monday afternoon.
Tespondent at Athens of the dispatch continues, "and will ask the hall where enlisted.
'Telegram company. low-priced purchase at this time. CAPT. SIMS TO ATTEND C. V. United States either to affirm or deny two . . . . .
There is no better time to buy and no II lIe then returned to his bride and
REUNION that the Lusitania carried ammuni- NO WONDER THE FIRE LAD- '
finer opportunity for values than at the marriage ceremony was triumph-
. . . the Yowell-Duckworth tion destined for the allies." antly completed. DIES WERE CONFUSED '
ANDO BUSINESS IHS- June 2. Company'sstore Capt. B. M. Sims of Ocoee was in s .

R1CT HOTTER THAN It is no easy task to prepare for a the city yesterday en route to Richmond :MORE RELIEF FOR BELGIUM PRINCE OF WALES CLOSE TO There was a fire Thursday noon
EVER sale such as the Yowell-Duckworth Va., to attend the Confederate Pittsburgh, Pa.-Mayors and burgesses DEATH and the fire dt'partmt'ntas at a '
s Company will conduct this week. The Veterans reunion. of twenty-eight towns in west- loss to discover the seat of the

business man made the re- entire stock has to be remarked from ern Pennsylvania at a dinner here London.-The Prince of Wales wan_ fire because the telephone mes-
during a hot day of the past the first to the fourth floor; provisionmust THE WEATHER last night pledged 127.250 sacks of recently exposed to shell fire bur a sage was not clear. "No wonder '

that the bricking of theto".n be made for delivery of goods; flour to be sent at once to starving luckily not hit, says a man of the the roTS lost their wav." asserted '
.
streets had made the an additional clerical force to give Florida: Local thunder showers non-combatants in Belgium. This rifle brigade who has arrived at Letch- a man yesterday; "they came 11
ass district considerably hot- immediate service to an eager buying Sunday, except fair in. northwest. amount which represents a cash con- i worth after being injured in France. s from the engine house turned '

lan when the streets were public has to be secured; the adver- Monday probablY fair. tribution of $254,500, was pledged in'' He was payinj a visit with the Brit- west, then south then east, then 'J.

"However," he declared : tising feature is of vital importanceand less than thirty minutes.For ish staff to "Mudlark alley," as the south then over to East South :

not like to'see clay replace must be given accurate atten- secure full value for their money it rifle brigade called one of their street then north then west then :

esent brick even though the s tion days in advance of the opening. will well be worth your leisure moments summer reading 1.000II trenches when the Jack Johnsons be- s south, then west, and finally they r
ometer mounted to the 150 In these days when one dollar is to carefully read and study the your gan to drop all around them. The reached West South street where ss
; mark and stated there." P, sS books to select from. Come to Curtis the fire located." '
was
of
. comprised exactly one hundred four page advertisement appearing in II prince calmly completed his inspection
t a a a ttE O'Neal book store. a a a a a a a aaaaaaaaaas
cents and everybody is attempting to this morning's Sentinel. & before retiring.

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it t DR. STAGG'S ADDRESS MRS. NELSON W. ALDRICH ILL; I SLEMONS' PURCHASES BOARD. FRENCH \E ALSQUADROXlParis.A !

t DOES NOT'\ KNOW HUSBANDIS I MANS S'lOCK French aerial squadron. t:
Rev. John W. Stagg, D. D., of Orlando DEAD I I
I Mr.Vm.. Slemons, Orlando's pioneer composed of eighteen aeroplanes, each U-i
f Fla., who is one of the 'most i
r. eminent and best known ministers oft New York.-With the announce dry goods merchant, yesterday carrying 110 pounds of projectiles,i THESE

t the Southern Presbyterian assembly, ment that the will of Nelson' W. Ald- purchased the stock of dry goods, no- ,this morning bombarded a chemical !
"
F' preached a brilliant sermon last night rich had been probated at Warwick, tions, etc., from Mr. F. X. Boardman, factory at Ludwigshafen, on the I '.
. at the Second Presbyterian church. R. I., it became known today that his and has moved them over to his Rhine, opposite Mannheim. Fire HOT DAYS
k. The theme of the discourse was a widow, Mrs. Abby P. Aldrich, is so branch store on Orange avenue, next broke out in several of the factory .
f... psychological discussion of "Man's seriously ill at her home here that she door to :Merck's drug store. buildings.
r.L Place in Creation." He took as his I has not been told of her husband's PHONEi
l- text the 26th verse of the 1st chapter : death.
of Genesis. I Mrs. Aldrich collapsed when her NEW YORK AND RETURN i

"And God said, Let us make man in husband was stricken several weeks .
r our image, after our likeness." lIe ago, and her condition has not percep-
spoke of the chemical composition, tibly improved. Under the will she $35.00VIA Us to send you a dozen bottles Ice Cold

r the earthly tabernacle of man, as being and three children, Edward B. Ald-
f of little or no consequence; itt rich, of New York city; Lucy T. Aldrich -
crumbles' into a very small bit of dust. of Warwick Neck, and RichardS.
L The thing of importance is the soul, Aldrich, of Providence, are execu- "CLYDE LINE"ONLY SHIVAR
t and the time is coming when a new tors, and become trustees of the es
value will be put upon man, in a new tate. It is said the estate is worth DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLE
F adjustment and relation of things. approximately $30,000,000 and the to- Fare includes meals and stateroom berth '
"Cessation will come to war" said tal annual income is about $1,500,000.The Ginger Ale .
; Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship
i he, "only when we set a new value entire estate is left to membersof
t upon man. When this new value is the family.WOODMEN Ii Final Return Limit October 31st .

perceived and understood, man will CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
valuable to be shot at." S1.25 Per Dozen
become too OF TilE WORLD ARE for schedule and further particulars
The speaker detailed at length the PLANNING FOR BIG .
wonderful and marvellous' progress GALA DAY H. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent

and development of the human race Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St. \

in the last thirty-five years, along ma- The Woodmen of the World, which Jacksonville, Florida { .
terialistic lines. But he prophesieda meets here July 5, are planning some
changing order of values, and gavean features for the public, one being a City Drug Store ;
enlarged and glorified visit of this ball game in the afternoon betweenan FORAGE GROCERY CO.
new order, when man finally comes Orlando team and a Kissimmee

into his own, and perceives his true team. There are 600 W. of W. campsin Specials for Saturdayand J. L. DEAN, Prop. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I .
value, and the purposes of God in the Florida and a goodly portion of
creation. them will be represented at the Orlando -
"Our ideas are now changing said convention. Monday
he; "we are learning to despise that
in which we used to glory-war and M. MMtMIMIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIItMMMtMMMM.M x
RESIDENCE IS NEARLY COMPLETED -
bloodshed. We do not seek power, 15 Ibs. Sugar . . . . . . . . .$1.00 WE DELIVER THE GOODS

but the good of humanity. Material Kinghan's Sliced Bacon, per Ib . . . . . 30c f .

things are becoming of less conse- Prof. W. S. Coleman's new residence Sliced Boiled Ham, per Ib . . . . . 35c Orlando and Service \ \
quence. As soul touches soul in the Delivery Messenger
deeper things of life, all problems will nearing on South completion.Orange avenue It will is be rapidly a- Queen City Creamery Butter, per Ib. . . . .:35c; :

settle themselves and the value of Fine Creamery Tub Butter, per Ib . .. . . 35c: :
substantial addition to that pretty Harley-Davidson Truck
man-of a human soul-will attain its street. Pure Ga. Butter, per lb . . . . . . .30c : .

proper place and understanding in the Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen . .. . .20c : FOR QUICK SERVICE

vast scheme of Almighty God.Norfolk Large Pail Snowdrift Lard . . . .. . $1.00 :
(Va.) Ledger-Dispatch, of Mon-
24. 4 Cans 2 lb. Tomatoes . . . . .. . . 23c; : .
day May
PHONE 444
RIZK BROW 7 Cans Small Globe Cream . . . .. . . .2.;>c :

ST. LUKE'S MEDICAL STAFF 2 pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes. . . . . . loc :
APPOINTED .. Good and Bad Cigar Stores !

FEED :
At meeting of the board of .
a trustees . . . .
of St. Luke's hospital, held Fri- Corn per sack . . . .. .. ... ..... . .$1.,90 t. .IIII.IIIIII.II .

day, the medical staff of that insti- Special for Satur- Oats, per sack . . . . . .. ..._. . .$2,30

tution was appointed as follows: Dr. Shorts, per sack . . . . .. . .. . .$1 ,75;

Person, Dr. Christ, Dr. Porter, Dr. day and Monday Beet I'ulpper sack . . . . . . . .$1.80
Edwards, Dr. McElroy, Dr. Boone, Dr.
Mule Feed per sack . . . . . . . .$1.85;
Beardall
and Dr. Pillans. !
Scratch Feed, per sack . . . . . . .$2.20 EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

NEW JAIL AND CITY HALL FOR Cotton Seed Hulls, per sack . . . . . .$1.65;

WINTER PARK 15 lbs. Sugar . . .$1.00 Very Best Tuxedo Mule Feed, per sack . . .$2.15 I .

Bran, per sack . . . . . . . . .$1.65; .
Winter Park is to have a new city Large Pail Snowdrift .$1.00 Cotton Seed Meal, per sack. . . . . . .$1.10 Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
hall and jail to cost about 2000. I
Plans have been submitted by a local large Pail Cottolene .$1.30 1t I

architect.We Large Pail Crisco . . 85c PHONE 638 I with plenty of Foliageand

24 lb. Gold Medal Flour ._.$1.15
do not read much prize fight I Trees.
dope but we read every word of that 21 lb. Pillsbury Flour .$1.15; !
VT $16.60 to
letter which Tom, iodine wrote to
21 lb. Panama S. R. Flour I
Jess Willard and published in the $1.00 Price $2000.00C.

Paris Mo.) Mercury. We hope Jess 21 lbs. Eagle Flour .'. $1.00 LWF RICHMOND
read it also, and still more we hope'he .
will heed the advice.ADDITIONAL One gallon Alaga Syrup 65c:
IL: June 1-2-3 1915
One gallon Fla. Syrup . 60c :
LOCALS A. HOVEY .
One gallon Karo Syrup 50c CONFEDERATEVETERANS : .

Mrs.\ II. M.\ Reid went up to Orlando 1 lb. Whitehouse Coffee. .33c :
:Monday morning to accompany home ut u VrIIr .
her daughter, Miss Jospehine: Reid, 1 lb. Maxwell House Coffee. .33c I
who has been the Cathedral
attending 1 lb. Bliss Coffee . . 2Sc REUNION :. --- -
school.-Punta Gorda Herald.

1 lb. Cresto Coffee . .28c __ Tickets on Sale May 29th to June 2nd, QUALITY!
Dr. A. R. Ingram, of Fenton, Mich., Ib. loci,limited to June 10th. Extension and
1 French Market Coffee .28c I -
called on the Tribune last Thursday. stopover privileges. For We buy our Feeds in small lots, and as most of them
He says he left Fenton April 9th andit 1 lb. Luzianne Coffee..28c rates,schedules,reservations ; are put up in Tampa, they are therefore fresh and free
was then snowing. He remarked ,etc,call onW. i materially less,
and Our profits are
Best Ground Coffee . .20c IUI Uupill from bugs worms.
that though he had on heavy winter VIII I I uii luu u flllllld.lUplltl I111lri R. O'NEAL tL IC I but the feeder is assured full value for his money, and
clothing he was not over warm and Arbuckle Coffee . . .20c + // / / / Nlllflll best quality.
and
that he experienced cool nights. He City Pass z AT Have tried Tampa Special? it is a Scratch
you
will locate either in St. Cloud or Orlando. Pet, Van Camp Cream, big TicketAgentATLANTIC there is better.
I Feed, and none
.-St Cloud Tribune. can . . . . .8c THE CO-OPEKATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. .
COAST LINE 'I
Mrs. J. C. Patterson and daughter Small Can . . . .4c STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH j DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447

Miss Jane, have gone to Philadelphiato Eagle Milk . %. . . .15c j..
attend the great field meet of the
University of Pennsylvania, where Van Camp's Pork and Beans

Mr. George Patterson is a student. 2'/2 lbs . . . 18c !
They expect to spend several monthsin Co1ollia l Hill

before the returning mountains to of Orlando.North Carolina 1/ lbs. . . . .13 Pure Ice CreatT1

1 lb. .. . . . . 8c

Rev. J. L. Moon left this morningfor Wesson Cooking Oil . ;. 27c
Orlando to be gone about ten F
days. Rev. E. M. Stanton, of Ozona, :3 pound can Tomatoes . 25c You hear about Colonial When you want PURE ICE For Party

will conduct the morning service at I 2 lb. can Tomatoes, 4 for 25c Hills. CREAM call for HAND'S. If .
the church, Sunday morning, while you don't believe that we take Club "
Rev. P. W. Peck will have charge of 1 Ib. can Tomatoes, 6 for .25c You read about Colo-
in
the its
greatest care manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from Church Social I
the evening service.-Clearwater Sun. Can Cherries . . . .15c nial Hills. facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All *

Mr. J. II. Rafferty, traveling passenger 3 cans Corn . . . 25c You talk about Colo-I I make it. You will be surprised cans, moulds and everything School Social
agent of the Georgia Southern at the care every detail is given.
2 pkgs Grapenut . . 25c nial Hills. I used in the manufacture of our Lodge
& Florida railway, and Mr. H. day t Any kind you want, any time
Bretney, Florida passenger agent of 2 pkgs Cream of "Wheat .25c Sooner or later you you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril PicnicOrder
the Louisville & Nashville railway, I
with headquarters in Jacksonville, 2 pkgs. Shredded Wheat .25c will buy in Colonial I from a quart up. ized. .

were among the prominent transpor- 7 pkgs. Shredded Cocoanut. .25c; Hills. Why not NOW! I You are cordially invited to Hands Pure
tation men visiting Orlando yesterday. I inspect our factory at any
1 peck Sweet Poatooes . .30c It will give you satis-I time. Ice Cream

Everything regular 5c., 6 for 25c; faction and profit. s I
Guests registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included Thos. E. Everything regular lOc. for 9c. s I

Wilson, Sanford; D. D. Batchelor, W.
B. Lukens, Z. Spinks, Jas. T. Moore, I HANDS ICE CREAM; CO.
J. II. Von Dohlen, R. V. Covington, CARL DANNVaried I: .
" Jacksonville; Edward Dummick, A. I
W. Wheeless, Atlanta; E. K. Nelson, Rizk Brothers W. {''
C. B. PHONE 566
Tampa; Murphy, Lakeland; selection of choice ice creams effersogt
Chas. F. Seitz, and M. Taylor, Chi 39 W. Church and ices at Hand's. Order now for { : {{{ : : : .,
cago. Sunday dinner. 5-29-ltc

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THE FIRST 100 PERSONS ENTERING THE SOUTH DOOR ON ORANGE AVENUE THE OPENING
(/ 'y- t.kt DAY OF THIS SALE WILL RECEIVE A NUMBER AND AT TEN O'CLOCK WE WILL HAVE
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The opportunity of the year. Every one remembers the great sale we gave last May, in which

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

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

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

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

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

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



DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT consists of the OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENTis OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT has all the latest
prettiest line of Silks, Woolens, Dress Fabrics of all showing all the new things in Waists, Skirts, Dresses, styles and models in the famous Modart Front Lace, La-
kinds, Laces Embroidery, Ribbon, Hosiery, Gloves, Table Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and the H.V..
Suits, Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits,
Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Waists
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears.

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the greatest assort- OUR MILLINEY DEPARTMENT has just receiveda OUR THIRD FLOOR is a store house of things that
ment of foot wear for Men, Women and Children in
South Florida great assortment of big bargains in the newest Head- delight the heart of the lady of the house,for she can get

"' wear of the season. everything to furnish and beautify her home from the
OUR G.> It TJRNISHING DEPARTMENT is a
Jnarvel of co. +J iss for Men's Wear, Hats, Shirts, OUR ART DEPARTMENT is well stocked in all of kitchen to the parlor. Every kind of Furniture, Stoves
Collars, Ties, uuerwear, The Famous KuppenheimerLine the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use. and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Dra-
of Clothing in Woolens, Palm Beaches and Mohair
peries, Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and every-
t Suits. In fact,everything for to
a man wear. OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to
thing else you can think of in large variety. This entire
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
things to eat and so much fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Rompers, Blouses, Hats and Array of choice merchandise is offered you now at sav-
had at other places. Underwear as we have in this Department. ings that are wonderful.




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, If CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK
high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________$1.19 ONE LOT SILKS, consits of Messeline, Foul ..
POPLINS, full wide wide in black
and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth
colors, June ___________ up
$1.25 qualiy Sale Price 89c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to $1.50, Special to clean up in our June
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one :you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale _____
----------------------------- 50c
saw for the money,yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38
finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price ----_____$1.00
CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially pricedfor
CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, this sale:
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________58c SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain
quality, June Sale Price -------------------_$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________84c and fancy weaves, large line of colors to

CREPE METIORS shimmering, 40 silk inches with wide a high, a radium beautifulsoft fin- $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________93c select from, worth regular 65c and 75c, .;
ish,black,white and all colors, $2.00 and$2.50 CHINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy special to clean up inour June Sale -----___25c
quality, June Sale Price ----________________$1.69 shades, 50c. quality _________________________42c




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It would indeed be a difficult task to describe the great possibilites of this Great June Sale in one word but if

: anyone word could do so, that word.wOtld be Complete: ; Every factor even to the smallest detail that goes to make a sale

, a success from every standpoint is embodied in our many thousands of special offerirThis for this sale. Not one thing has been oververy -

looked. immense assortment of dependable merchandise, the grand display of J Correct Spring and Summer fashions and the : :: :

; ;; ; low money saving prices at which the goods are marked should prove of i intense interest to every person. Reductions like theseon

on seasonable merchandise requires no more than the briefest telling to give us all the business we can handle. This will be ,,

;! our Banner Sale and the bargains are exceptionally choice and' many. Figures below hint how ruthlessly profits are being sacrific ed : ::



WASH DRESS GOODSCREPES Bed Furnishings ContinuedPILLIW Men's Furnishings, ContinuedMEN'S

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CASES, size 42x36, heavy weight, scal- FELT AND STIFF HATS
loped, 25c. quality, Sale Price _________________15c $3.00 value
and _
TISSUES in stripes
plaids $1 9S
AND ------------------------
t and fancy figured effects, splendid line of PILLOW CASES, 42x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, $2.00 value ---------______________ IIIIII$1.4S
patterns to choose form. These goods 22c quality Sale Price _____________________ ISc
__________10c SUITS; MEN'S WOOL CLOTHING
choice
f are worth up to 35c, your PILLOW CASES, 45 x36, Everlasting and Mohawk -
25c. quality, Sale Price _________________20c $25.00 Men's Wool Suits -----------------__SIR.71
$22.50 Men's Wool Suits
---------------- $1673
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BED SPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular
One lot of White Goods in Madras, Batiste $1.00 quality, Sale Price _____________________89c $20.00 Men's Men's Wool Suits -----------------_$14*75
$18.00
These Wool Suits ___$1975
'Lawns in checks and stripes. ----------------
and qualities, BED SPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular $16.50 Men's Wool Suits ____$1175
all patterns --------------
: but goods slightly are soiled good, worth up to 50c., butt $1.25 quality, Sale Price _____________________98c $15.00 Men's Wool Suits ---------- __$io75

in June Sale ___________________________10c BED SPREADS, hemmed and fringed, regular $13.50 Men's Wool Suits ----------III-- $975
i $1.50 quality, Sale Price- ____________________$1.28 $12.50 Men's Wool Suits --------------II---Ig75

BEDSPREADS, hemmed and fringed, $2.00 qual- MEN'S WOOL PANTS
POPLINS in plain colors, good heavy weight, ity, Sale Price__ __ ________________________$2.48 $6.00Men's Wool Pants
I .. silk finish, 25c. quality __________________12% cOne I BED SPREADS, Satin Marseilles, handsome pat- $5.00Ien's Wool Pants -------------------_$4.95

; terns, $4.00 quality, Sale Price ______________$3.20 $4.50 Men's Wool Pants -_-_-_-_-_-_-__--_-_"-_-_-_-_-_--_-_--$3.48$398

BERSPREADS, Satin Marseilles, handsome pat- $4.00 Men's Wool Pants ----------------___s98
, lot of fine Imported .Dress Goods in terns, $5.00 quality, Sale Price _____________$3.98 $3.50 Men's Wool Pants -----------------___$M8
Crepes, Fancy Rice Cloth and voiles, $3.00 Men's Wol Pants ------------_-----___$ >.19
beautiful patterns worth up to $1.00, in all $2.50 Men's Wool Pants
$1.98
June Sale _____________________________47c BLEACHED MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC, --------------------
Hills
the best brands Lonsdale, Hope, MEN'S WORK PANTS
White Cloud_ and Fruit of the Loom,
12'/2C. quality, June Sale Price _____________9c $1.00 value ----------------- 70-
PLAIN COLORED CREPES, full yard wide $1.00 Overalls IIIIIIIIIIIIIIl89c
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I in all the new shades, 50c. quality _________25c
DRESS SHIRTS
. BLEACHED MUSLIN, Full yard wide, fine
I soft finish, limit 10 yards to_a customer_____5c I $4.00 Silk Shirts -------------------------$3.19
$3.50 Silk Shirts_ ..: ,. |
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WHITE GOODS, Flaxons, Bastiste and -----------
$2.50 Silk Shirts 1 ?
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Lawns, worth up to 25c, in June Sale ______lOc $2.00 Madras Shirts --------------
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BATH TOWELS, bleached, good heavy $1.50 Madras Shirts _-!""!----
------------ $1,21
weight, regular 15c. quality, June Sale -I
Price _________________________________1 Oc $1.00 Madras Shirts ------------- Hr.I.IS3c
One lot of Lawns and Crepes in neat floral MEN'S WHITE AND STRIPED FLANNEL PANTS

I and conventional designs, worth 12J/ c. I $6.00 value __'____
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--------------- SI.98
and 15c., June Sale Price, ____10 yards for 85c $5.00 value
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------------------- $3.98
. TOWELS, hemmed, huck, plain white and red $4.00 value
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bordered, large size, 12'/2c. quality, per ---------------$

One lot of Embroideries in Edges, bands, ga- dozen _______________________________$1.00 MEN'S STRAW AND PANAMA HATS

loons and insertions, values up to 25c, $5.00 Panamas -----------------------____$3.98
: June Sale Price _________________________5c $4.00 Panamas ----------------------_'_""$*>.S9
$3.50 Straws __ >
--------------------------- $ 89
EXCLUSIVE PARASOLSOnly $3.00 Straws ____ T98
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I lot of $2.50 Straws ------------------- _$i.g|
One Embroideries in bands -----
. edges, ----
to be seen at the Big Store, including every novelty Straws
insertions and all- $2.00 ------------------------ _$1.23
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of the season. In our Great June Sale at Half Price.
I values to 75 June Sale Price 25c
overs up <% $2.00 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$1.00 MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS

$2.50 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$1.25 $10.00 Value ------------_________________$7.98
$3.00 Parasol, June Sale Price -----______________$1.50 $8.00 value ---------------________________6.48
$7.00 value -------------------___________ $5.48
$4.00 Parasols, June Sale Price _________-._______ $2.00 -
Sale of Table Linens and NapkinsIt
; ; $4.50 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$2.25
The $5.00 Parasol, June Sale Price __________________$2.50 MEN'S ARROW COLLARS
values are is positive too great these, and prices what cannot is more be it repeated.would be im- $7.00 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$3.50 All the New Styles, extra special ________ lOc I

posible for even the Big Store to secure more at the prices $10.00 Parasols, June Sale Price _______r_________$5.00
for which these were obtained. STETSON HATS

TABLE DAMASK, Bleached, 60 inchees wide, reg- RIBBONSONE $4.00 value -----____________________-_____$2.75
ular 39c. quality, Sale Price __________________25c $3.50 value _______________________________$2.48
LOT BEAUTIFUL RIBBONS in plain taffeta -
DAMASK Bleached 60 inches wide PALM BEACH PANTS
TABLE good
heavy weight, 50c. quality, sale price _________39c floral, designs moire, worth stripes, to plaids 40c.,, Dresden choice and_____19c $3.50 value _______________________________$2.89
up your 3.00 value ______________$2.48
DAMASK bleached 72 inches wide -----------------
TABLE pure ONE LOT OF RIBBONS in beautiful Dresden and
elegent designs, 65c. quality, sale price ________49c floral patterns, 6 and 7 inches wide, worthup MEN'S BELTS

TABLE DAMASK, bleached and unbleached, to 75c. June Sale Price ___________________39c 50 cent Belts _______________________________39c
heavy and all pure linen, 75c. quality, Sale 25 cent Belts ---___________________________19c

Price ______________________________________59c MEN'S CAPS

TABLE DAMASK\ bleached satin damask, 72 in. SILK GLOVES $1.00 value _________________________________89c
wide, all pure linen, $1.00 quality, June Sale 50c value, Silk Hats _________________________39c
Price ______________________________________89c SILK .GLOVES-16 button length, black and PAJAMAS AND NIGHT SHIRTS
quality _____________________
white $1.25 98c
TABLE DAMASK, our leader, beautiful designs, ---- $5.00 Silk Pajamas _______________________$3.89
pure bleached, heavy Irish linen, full two yds. SILK GLOVES-16 button lengths, best grade $3.00 value -----___________________.______$2.19
wide, $1.50 quality, Sale Price _______________$1.00 Niagara Maid, $2.50 quality -----------____$1.38MEN'S $2.50 value __________,-___ _________________$1.98
TABLE DAMASK, Bleached, extra double satin $2.00 value ----------_____________________$1.89
damask, pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide, $1.50 value ------________=________________$1.19
$2.00 quality, Sale Price ___________________$1.69 FURNISHINGSMR. NIGHT SHIRTS I

NAPKINS- $1.00 value __________________89c
MAN, IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ OUR ADS. ---------------
$1.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ____ .__85c 50 cent value -----------____________________43c
$2.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen _____$1.49 Absolutely the most sensational values of the year RAIN COATS
$1.25 quality, June Sale Price, dozen ____ _98c After a very succesful season, the time has come to reduce -
Quality June Sale Price per dozen ____: the clothing stock to its lowest limits. $20.00 value for -------___________________$14.75
$2.50 per $1.98 $15.00 value for ____________________$11.75
FIRST RATE BARGAINS ------
$3.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ______$2.39 good styles, not manyof
kind but kinds and $12.50 value for ----------------------____$10.75
$4.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ____$3.19 a a great many stylish. Did you
Suit that wasn't $10.00 value for -----------------------____$8.75
$5.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen -___$3.98 ever see a Kuppenheimer stylish and
good fitting? Every man who looks will buy, and everyman $8.00 value for ------------------------____$6.75
that buys will come again. Such is the grip of good $6.50 value for ----------------------------$4.75
Sale of Bed Furnishings.SHEETS clothing. We hardly need more than show the reductions $6.00 value for ----------------------------$4.50
-they explain better than words how much you can WOOL SWEATERS

save, and this is probably your last chance to get anything $2.50 value for ________ 51.79
seamless
Bleached, and free from dres- ----------------- '
sing, size 81-90, 85c. quality, Sale Price________69c whether so good for so first little.last Come early if you can, but $3.00 value for ----------------------------$1.98 ..1
you come or you'll get a bargain to be $3.50 value for _
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SHEETS, the Everlasting Kind, will not last for- proud of.MEN'S. --

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$1.50 value, Union Suits ---------------___$1.23 Only nine Suits left, $7.50 value, June
PILLOW CASES, size 42x36, 15c. quality, sale $1.00 value, suit ___78c Sale Price __ _
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I'I brother and Lady Ashleigh have recov- ing. The horse shied, the wheel' We tried them for four or five hours I Everything was in harmony. even the

I'f ered from the shock of poor Lena's caught a great stone by the side of i before we took them home. The next grave precision of the solemn-faced

death in a marvelous manner, I believe the road, and all four men were morning, while the place was being I butler and the powdered hair of the

I'1 I but the sight of the girl might thrown out. The man to whom Craigwas I thoroughly searched, we came upon two footmen. Quest perhaps for the

have brought it back to them. You handcuffed was stunned but Craig i the spot where these bulrushes had first time in his life felt almost lost

f have left her with friends, I hope, Mr. himself appears to have been unhurt. ,'been cut down. and we found them hopelessly out of touch with his surround'nps -

: Quest lIe stumbled up, took the key of the caught in the low boughs of a tree and a struggling figure

I "She has an aunt in Hampstead," handcuffs from the pocket of the officer -I drifting down the river." Nevertheless he entertained the little

the latter explained. "I should have undid them and slipped off into Quest had lit a fresh cigar and was party with many stones He struggledall

; the undergrowth before either the the time against that queer sense
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.. liked to see her safely there myself smoking vigorously:
but we should have been an groom or the other Scotland Yard man "What astonishes me more than of anachronism:: which now and then

LidAP hour or two later down here, and I had recovered their senses. To cuta anything.:' he pronounced. as he stood became almost oppressive.The .

::1 I tell you," he went on, his voice gathering long story short, this was last Thursday looking over the desolate expanse of I' professor's pleasure at finding

a note almost of ferocity, "I'm and up till now not a single trace country "is that when one comes I himself once more amongst these familiar -

wanting to get'my hands on that fellow of the fellow has been discovered." face to face with the fellow he presents surroundings was obvious and

Craig! I wonder where they'reholding Quest rose abruptly to his feet. all the appearance of a nerveless intense. The conversation bet wet a

r PHIUJP5 OPPENHEIM him." "Say, I'd like to take this matter up and broken-down coward. Then him and his brother never flagged.

COPVTPIG7MT: I i5 OTIS \fJOOD "At the local police station, I expect right on the spot where Craig disap- all of a sudden there spring up these There were: tenants and neighbors to

ed from the Photo Play of the Same Name. Produced by the Universal ," the professor replied. "My peared," he suggested. "Couldn't we evidences of the most amazing. the be asked after. matters concerning the

Film Manufacturing Company. brother is a magistrate, of course and do that?" most diabolical resource..ho's estate on which he demanded infor-

SYNOPSIS.d some entries concerning which I was he would see that proper arrangesnents "By all means" Lord Ashleigh I this. Lord Ashleigh"The mation. Even the very servants'

interested. It contains a history of were made. There he is at the agreed, touching a belL .We have latter turned his head. An names he remembered.
I I several hours before for "It turn of fate George."
hall door. we change was a queer
Hamblin estate since the of velveteen
Quest. master criminologist of the days elderly man in a brown
Id. finds that In bringing to Jus- The carriage drew before the dinner. I will have a car round and he declared as he held out before hima
here back
Cromwell, and in the you up suit, with gaiters and thick boots,
icdougaU the murderer of Lord take to the chased filled with
wonderfully glass
spot.
is list of our farmers bailiffs great front a moment or two later. you .
b's daughter he has but Just be- I see, a raised hte hat respectfully."This
life-and-death struggle with a and domestic servants. There was a Lord Ashleigh came forward with out The professor acquiesced readily, is my head keeper, Middle- amber wine, "which sent you into the

!!. DUS master criminaL In a hidden I stretched hands the genial smile of and very soon they stepped out of the world a few seconds before me and
rofessor Ashleigh's garden he hast I Craig who was a tenant of the first ton," his master explained. "lIe was
skeleton and the In automobile on to the side of a narrow made you lord of Ashleigh and me a
anthropoid ape a I Lord Ashletgh and fought with him In I welcoming host upon his lips. with us on the chase."
inhuman creature. half monkey his however there distinct road, looking very much as it had been struggling scientific man."
Cromwellian manner was a -
the
his wars as a trooper
.n. destroyed by fire. In rooms The professor; shook hands heartily *
ipeared from nowhere black boxes. note of anxiety. described. Farther on, beyond a "The world has benefited by it.-
and since those days, so far as I can with the
ntalnlng diamonds torn from a stretch of open common, they couldsee newcomer. Lord Ashleigh remarked with more
"Edgar dear fellow he exclaImed -
there has when my *
see, never been time
a
hroat by a pair of armless, threat- !"
"Not a day older, Middleton he
the smoke from the than fraternal 'Ourtes"e hear
threatlotes. "I Welcome gypsy encampment <
ands both with sarcastic there hasn't been a Craig in the serv- am delighted
signed by the inscrutableHis On their left-hand side exclaimed. "So you are the man who
back to home! Mr. Quest I am
ice of A fine they your ,
our family. race
Ross Brown. and a
valet. has given us all this trouble, eh? This
Miss murdered in his happy to see here. You have was a stretch of absolutely wild country -
Quigg, are seem to have been until- very you
Laura and Lenora his assistants bounded in the far distance by the gentleman and I have come over from
heard the of courser
,
Craig the professor's valet Le- I "Until when? Quest demanded. news New York on purpose to lay hands on
stone wall of the Lord
"We have heard !" the gray park.
threatening hands. nothing
bducted by the The look of trouble had once more pro- i--
Craig.
ed. Quest traps Craig loses him. fessor replied. Ashleigh led the way through the
im again in the house where Leas clouded the professor's face. He "I am sir," the man re
,t imprisoned and loses him yet "You didn't go to Scotland Yard?" thicket talking as be went. very sorry
shrugged his shoulders
.fter a thrilling chase. The black slightly. Lord Ashleigh asked. "('ral came along through here." plied. I wouldn't have fired mv gun

continue to appear in uncanny"4 "Until Craig's father," he admitted. he explained. "The groom and the if I had known what the consequences -
with their notes of sarcasm. warnI "We haven't been to London at all
suggestions of clues. all signed ,. "I am afraid I must admit that we Quest explained. "We got on the boat Scotland Yard man who had been were going to be, but them

Inhuman. armless hands. come upon a bad piece of family his. train at Plymouth, and vjour brother sitting by his side followed him. They poaching devils that come rornd here

tory here. Silas Craig entered the managed to induce one of the directors searched for an hour but found no rabb'ting fairly send me furious! and

IGHTH INSTALLMENTCHAPTER service of my father in 1858 as under whom he saw on the platform to stop trace of him at all. Then they returned that's a fact. It ain't that one crudff--3

gamekeeper. Here we come upon the the train for us at lIamblin road.e to the house to make a report them a few rabbits but rrtan .'
XVIII. first black mark against the name. all here tb "
only left the boat two hours ago. and get help. I will now show "heasants run out from

He appears to have lived reputably There's nothing wrong with Craig, is you how Craig first eluded them." home wood and I've seen fevhers: a''

THE INHERITED SIN. for some years, and then, after a quarrel there?" lIe led the way along a tangled path. the side of the road there that no f"nor

ting kind of used to these court- with a neighbor about some trivial Lord Ashleigh motioned them to follow doubled back, plunged into a little stoat had nothing to do with :\1!II l

shows, aren't you, Lenora?** matter, he deliberately murdered him, him. spinney and came suddenly: to a small I the same, sir rm'ery sorry" ht-

remarked, as they stepped from a crime for which he was tried and shed. added, "to have been the cause of an
"Please come this way, he invited.
tomoblle and entered the house executed in 1867. John Craig, his only "This is an ancient gamekeeper'sshelter inconvenience."
He
led them across the hall-which,
rgia square. I son, entered our service in 1880, and, dimly lit and with its stained-glass ," he explained; "built a longtime "It Is rather worse than inconvenience -

lId anyone feel much sympa- I I, when I left England, accompanied me windows, was almost like the nave of ago and almost forgotten now. MIddeton," the professor said,

she asked, "with those men? as my valet. a cathedral-into the library beyond. What Craig did without doubt, was to gravely. "The man who has escapedis Showing the Guest Through Ham-

illagher, as they all called him, I There was a moment's silence. lIe closed the door and turned around."I hide in this. The Scotland Yard man one of the worst criminals of these blin House.

re like a great brutal animal "Lenora and I are sailing tomor- have bad news for you both," he who took the affair in hand found days."

.human being. I think that even I row," Quest said. "We are taking announced. "Craig has escaped." distinct traces here of recent occupation "He won't get far, sir," the game- great things of you over here. Edgar.

had sentenced him to death I 1 over the necessary warrants and shall Neither the professor nor Quest betrayed That is how he made his first keeper remarked with a little smile. We hear that you have been on the

have felt that It was quite the bring Craig back here for trial." "It's wild bit of this and I
any nnusual surprise. So far escape. a country, point of proving most unpleasant

thing to have done. The professor smoked thoughtfully as the latter was concerned, his first Quest nodded. admit that men might search it for things with regard to our origin.

i.. much sentiment about those ,] for some moments. Then he rose deliberately ; glimpse at Lord Ashleigh's face had "Sure!" he murmured. "Well, now, weeks without finding anything but 'Oh! there Is no doubt about that,"

Quest agreed. clipping the end to his feet. lie had come warned him of what was coming. what about 'our more extended those gentlemen from Scotland Yard, the professor observed 'Where we

Igar., "Men like that are bet-1 to a decision. lie announced it calm- "Dear me!" the professor murmured search?" sir. If you'll excuse my making the came from and where we are going to

the face of the earth. "They ly, but irrevocably. sinking into an easy chair. "I am coming to that" Lord Ash remark and hoping that this gentleman are questions which no longer afford

lr best to send me there. Le- "I shall come with you" he an- "This is most unexpected!" leigh replied. "As Edgar will remember ." he added looking at Quest. "Is room for the slightest doubt to the

e's a cablegram for you nounced. "I shall be glad to visit "We'll get him again Quest declared no doubt. I have always kepta in no way connected with them-well, really scientific mind. What sometimesdoes

tclaimed,bringing it over to him. England, but apart from that I feel it quickly. "Can you let us have few bloodhounds in my kennels, and they don't know everything and that'sa elude us is the nature of our
juest Scot-
", I wonder if it's from to be my duty. I owe it to Craig to fact." tendencies while we are here on earth"

ard! see that he has a fair chance and I "This gentleman Is from the United
tore It read it to- There was a brief silence. The port
st open. They owe it to the law to see that he pays States" Lord Ashleigh reminded him
Lenora standing tiptoe to had been placed upon the table and cot
on
'I j the penalty If, indeed, he Is guilty of I "so your criticism doesn't affect him.
ver his shoulder: fee served. The servants accordingto
:j these crimes. Is Miss Laura accompanying By the bye. Middleton, I heard this '
answering In re- the custom of the house, had de
waway every t I1J1
?" r morning that been
j you, too you'd airing your
description of Craig found parted. The great apartment was
four _
i
opinion In the village. You
Quest shook his head. "own seem
empty. Even Quest was impressedby
rham. Has been arrested. as i
"From what the tell to rather fancy yourself as a thief-
surgeons us, some peculiar significance in the
1, and will be taken to Hamblin I "
he said, "it will be weeks before catcher.
for identification by Lord Ash- some long-drawn-out silence lie looked
I I she is able to travel. At the same "I wouldn't go so far as that, my
Reply whether you are coming :, around him uneasily. The growing regard -
md full details as to charge." time, I must tell you that I am glad of lord, the man replied respectfully of that long line of painted war-
"but still, I hope I that I've
your decision, professor. may say
>d for Scotland Yard!" Quest depo -I riors seemed somehow to be full of

they've got him. eh? All "It is my duty," the latter declared."I as much common "sense as most peo menace. There was something grim,
pIe. You sir he went turning
see, on, -
me, that fellow's as slippery as cannot rest in this state of uncer- too, in the sight of those empty suits
tainty. If Craig is lost to the to Quest "the spots where he
me
Lenora how should you like of armor."I .
sooner I face the fact the better. At could emerge from the tract of coun- "
the ehr be superstitious Lord Ash-
across ocean may
I the try are pretty well guarded, and hE"1be
same time I will be frank with
leigh said "but there times
are
espe-
hould love It, Lenora replied. in a fine mess when he does put
you. Notwithstanding all the accumulated cially just lately when I seem to finda
really? ,
ou mean it, In
an appearance, to show himself
pile of evidence I feel in
my and hateful quality in silence
new
it nodded.
I upon a public road. Yet by this timeI
it fellow fooled me pretty well," heart the urgent necessity of seeing should he What is it, I wonder? I ask you, but I
must be nigh starved.
say
him
tlnued, "but somehow I feel that face to face of holding him by Sooner later hell have think I know. It is the conviction that
the shoulders and him whether or to come out
;t my hands on him this time. I asking for food. I've a little scheme of there Is some alien presence, some-
< these true. We my
have
there till he stands where things are faced thing disturbing lurking close at
stay I "
death own, sir. don't mind admitting, the
together Craig and I. We have
"
allagher did today. I don't feel .. hand.
man concluded with a twinkle in his
.t to let anyone else finish off done mere than that-we have court- keen brown "I'm He suddenly rose to his feet, pushedhis
ed it. eyes. not givingit
There is him I
). Got any relatives over there?" :: nothing about w'V If I catch him for chair back and walked to the win-
1 &tqJciv away. you that'sall
from I shall
can accept hearsay.
ave an aunt in London," Lenora go that's wanted I imagine and dow, which opened level with the
with Mr. we .
to England Quest"CHAPTER
im. "the dearest old lady you I you _, shan be any the nearer to it for let ground. He threw it up and listened.

saw. She'd give anything took I XIX. ting anyone into my little secret." The others came over and joined him.

ne make her a visit" His master noddeu. There was nothing to be heard but the

3t moved across to his desk | The his i< ..; /I "You shall have jour rise out of the distant hooting of an owl, and farther
from in
up a sailing list He stud-1, professor rose seat ,: .- '4. police, if you can Middleton." he ob away the barking of some farmhouse
some excitement as the carriage
for a few moments and turnedto served "It seems queer though, to dog. Lord Ashleigh stood there with
'!i I. passed through the great gates of i' straining eyes gazing out across the
Lenora. Hamblin park. He acknowledged ;' T:1 believe that the fellow's still in hid

id a cable off at once to Scotland with smile the of ing round here." park.
a respectful curtsy "
he directed. "Say-'Am sail- the woman who held it open. \e They made their way. single file to "There was something here he

Lusitania tomorrow. Hold pris- i I I "You have now an opportunity, my the road and up to the house. Lord muttered; "something which has goneWhat's

iCJiarge very serious. Have- full dear Mr. Quest," he said, "of appre- : r Ashleigh did his best to dispel a queer that? Quest your eyes are
!Hits.'" little younger than mine. Can you see any-
feature sensation of uneasiness which
ciating of
one English life not "
thing underneath that tree?
bra wrote down the message and entirely reproducible in seemed to have arisen in the minds of

'to the telephone to send it off. your own all of them. Quest peered out into the gray dark
wonderful country. I mean the home
n as she had finished Quest took life and surroundings of our aristoc- "Come" he said, "we must put aside ness.
"Craig Disappeared About Here, Sir. "I fancied I
saw somethine moving
hat again. | our disappointment
for the present
racy. You see these oak trees? he -
toe on," he invited. "The ma- the particulars of his escape. Lord and remember that after in the shadow of that oak," he mut-
all the
j went on, with a little wave of his as soon as we could get together one I
| outside. Well just and look Ashleigh? The sooner we get the hangof chances are that will tered. Wait"He
go hand. "They were planted by my an- or two of the keepers and a few of Craig never make

.the professor and tell him the cestors in the days of Henry VIII. I things the better." the local constabulary we'started his escape alive. Let us forget him crossed the terrace, swung downon

Poor old chap, I'm afraid he'll have been a student of tree life in "You know of course," he began, off again from here. The dogs broughtus for a little while. Mr. Quest," he to the path, across the'lawn, overa

:be the same man again." South America and in the dense for- "that Craig was arrested at Liverpoolin without a check to this shed, and added, a few minutes later, as they wire fence and into the park itself.

f found the professor on his ests of central Africa, but for real consequence of communicationsfrom started off again this way." reached the hall, "Moreton here will All the time he kept his eyes fixed on

and knees floor the New York police. I under- walked half show and look a certain spot When at last he
upon a dusty character, for splendor of growth and They another mile you your room after_
:jlly arranged before him were hardiness, there is nothing in the stand that it was with great difficultyhe across a reedy swamp. Every now you. Please let me know if you will reached the tree there was nothing

\fees of a skeleton, each laid in :j world to touch the Ashleigh oaks." was discovered, and It Is quite clear and then they had to jump across a take an aperitif. I can recommend my there. lIe looked all around him. lIe

Appointed place.t "They're some trees," the criminol- that someone on the ship had been small dyke, and once they had to sherry. We dine at eight o'clock. Ed. stood and listened for several mo

) about that unhappy man ogist admitted. heavily bribed. However he was arrested make a detour to avoid an osier bed. gar, you know your way. The blue ments. A more utterly peaceful nightor

the professor asked. gloomily. |j "You notice perhaps the small brought to London and then They came at last to the river. room, of course. I am coming up more utter peace it would be hardto
,
the Durham almost due now?" ones which seem dwarfed." Their down here for purposes of Identifica- "Now I can show you exactly how with you myself. Her ladyship back imagine. Slowly he made his way

(It took out the cablegram from taps were cut off by the lord of Ash- tion. I would have gone to London that fellow put us off the scent here," yet, :Moreton: back to the house."I .

cket and passed it over. The leigh on the day that Lady Jane Grey myself, and, in fact offered to do so, their guide proceeded. "He seems to "Not yet my lord." imagine we are all a little nervy

jor's trembled a little as was beheaded. Queen Elizabeth heard but on the other hand as there are have picked up something Edgar, In "Lady Ashleigh," her husband explained tonight he remarked. There's noth-

L d Urlie passed it back how- of it and threatened to confiscate the many others on the estate to whom he those South American trips of yours, "has gone to the other side of ing doing out there."
well known I that it
*ihout immediate comment 1 estate. Look at the turf, my friend. was thought for a cleverer thing I never saw. the county to open a bazaar. She is I They strolled about for a hour or
would be better to have evidence -
f see, they have been cleverer Ages have gone to the making of that more !I You see all these bulrushes looking forward to the pleasure of welcoming more, looking Into different rooms,
than mine alone. Accordingly,
' "Where's the house?" Quest in- they left London one afternoon, and I |I river?" C C S S S S S even taking him down into the wonderful -
sent dogcart to the station to meet
!:aps." the professor assented. quired."A a ;,;1 "We call them tules," Quest mut- Dinner served out of compliment to cellars. They parted early, but

,seem at least to have arrested mile farther on yet. The woods them. They arrived quite safely and i!! tered. Well?" their transatlantic visitor, in the great Quest stood. for a few moments before
started for here. Craig handcuffed to !
-;"n. Even now I can scarcely part and make a natural avenue past "When Craig arrived here," Lord banqueting hall, was to Quest, especially retiring, gazing about him with an air
of the Scotland Yard on the I
,1 that it is Craig-my servant the bend of the river there." the pro- one men Ashleigh continued "he must have a most impressive meal. They almost of awe. His great room, as
back seat, and the other In front with
who! is lying in an English fessor pointed out. "Full of trout, that heard the baying of the dogs in the sat at a small round table lit by large as an Italian palace, was lit by a
the driver. About half a mile from the
:4; Do you know that his people river. Quest How I used to whip that I distance and he knew that the game shaded lights in the center of an dozen wax candles in silver candle
south entrance to the park the road
t.een servants In the Ashleighfor stream when I was a boy!" I I was up unless he could put them off apartment which was, large in reality. sticks. His four-poster was supportedby
desolate
rather of
runs across a strip
some hundreds of years?" They swept presently; round a bendin the scent. He cut a quantity of these I and which seemed vast by reason of pillars of black oak carved into
country with a lot of low undergrowth
H;' was clearly interested. "Say, the avenue. Before them on the bulrushes from a place a little farther the shadows which hovered around the strange forms, and surmounted by the
on one side. We have had a little
to hear about that!" he ex- hillside surrounded by trees and witha behind those trees. then stepped bold- unlit spaces. From the walls frowned Ashleigh coronet and coat-of-arms. lie
trouble with poachers there as thereis
lit "You know I'm rather great great walled garden behind, was ly into the middle of the water. wad- down a long succession of family por threw his windows open wide and
a sort of gypsy camp on some common
rt'dity. professor. What class Hamblin house Quest gave vent to a I land a little way away. My head ed down to that soot where, as yon traits-Ashleighs In the queer Tudor stood for a moment looking out across .

come from then? Were his little exclamation of wonder as he see the trees ban over stood stock costume of Henry VII; Ashleighs in the park. more clearly visible now by :
'I keeper, to whom the very idea, of a
just domestic servants al- looked at it. 1 poacher is intolerable, was patrolling'I still and leaned them all around him.It chain armor, sword in hand a charger the light of the slowly rising moon. f

1 "This is where you've got us beat, ;. was dusk when the chase reached waiting, regardless of perspective. In There was scarcely a breeze stirring I
I this ground himself that afternoon and .
I professors face was for a mo- sure," he admitted. "Our country i the river bank: and I have no doubt the near distance; Ashleighs befrilled : scarcely a sound even from the animal t
caught sight of one of these j 1 I
oubled. He moved to his desk, places are like gewgaw palaces compared j" fellows gypsy f r the bulrushes presented quite a natur- and bewigged; Ashleighs in the court world. Nevertheless Quest, too, as reluctantly :l
setting a trap. He chased him. :
ged about for a time and final- to this. Makes me kind of and more I am sure to frighten him I al appearance. At any rate although I dress of th*. Georges-judges, sailors, 'I he made his preparations for \

uced an ancient volume. sorry." he went on regretfully that than else. when ,i I the dogs came without a check to the statesmen and soldiers. A collection I II retiring for the night was conscious i
anything he saw that i ii ij 1
really belongs to my brother I didn't bring Lenora along." j the fellow was getting he fired edge of the river, where he stepped I of armor which would have gladdened of that quer sensation of unimagined !
away
Ashleigh," he explained. "He The professor shook his 'head. his the off they never picked the scent up the eye of many an antiquarian, was and Impalpable danger. i:
just as dogcart
gun was
pass-
it over with him to show me "YOUWU4'., he said. "My j i again either on this side or the other. i I ranged along the black-paneled walls. I (TO BE CO"TI "'TED.)






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o of Florida. This particular publica-
When a fellow has not the look of tion will be the first of its kind and

wisdom a pair of those auto lamp lens upon it the future historian may have I -
eyeglasses will help some. to depend.I < 1l -
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-- I have depended on my- agent for 8000 square feet as smooth as glass. Ma- :: -- =.' -
subscriptions not much of
am a
Orlando has a"new amusement park solicitor myself but I stake my pre- wood floor 300 of N
called "Joy land. There is a whole vious publications as evidence that I ple to glide over. pairs 7
lot in a name.-:\liamiIetropolis.. liflJ.
can get up a creditable book of this -=
o kind. I make this public statementso skates from which to make your selection. !!
Every time a married man digs upa that an opportunity is given to all -
new excuse for being out late he infringes old settlers. "c'S .
on some other fellow's pat- Respectfully Fine music furnished by Electric Piano. Refreshment .

ent. C. E. HOWARD, Publisher.
o stand presided over by Charley

The American Bible Society has issued MEMORIAL DAY WILL BE OB- Of A Marvelous Season'sSelling

6,370,465 copies of the Bible dur- SERVED BY U. S. GRANT Rock Jr. General admission to night
ing the past year. Was Europe missed POSTU. ,
in the distribution? N. Y. World.Or .
Mexico? S. Grant Post No. 10, G. A. R., sessions will be 10 cents skates 15 cents.
will hold memorial services at the Or- o

Many a bright girl o graduate makesa the lando Post cemetery and Relief today.Corps Members, visiting of No admission charged to morning and afternoon This is a pre-inventory event, and a

foul hit the first time she goes to comrades, and friends, will meet at stock-clearing event.
bat by; choosing a loafer for a hus- Mayor Sperry's residence on Pine Three
sessions. sessions daily 10 to
band because he wears good clothes. street at 2 p. m. Carriages will leave ,
-Florida Chief. for the cemetery at 2:30 sharp. DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WILL
o lion. W. I.. O'Neal will deliver an 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30 to 10. '
PREVAIL
America is just now a mighty good address.
place for Americans. See America Flowers can be left at Mr. Sperry's
first is a good sized slogan and is be- from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. All who can
ing taken up by thousands who before do so are requested to contribute, as ----- Everything in the Store Reduced I

the :year is ended will discover that about eighty graves, Confederate and Goods will be priced for what they will ..
Federal be decorated.
America is a pretty big country. are to
o Carriages will be furnished to carry fetch, actual costs not considered.SEE .
Children Under 14 Not Admit-
Orlando is pluming herself becauseshe those: not otherwise provided for to
the .
has secured the next meeting of cemetery.By
the general assembly of the Presby- order of Post Commander. ted the Floor at Night LATER ANNOUNCEMENTS: FOR
terian church. The efforts of Dr. on
Stagg won the meeting for Orlando- PARCEL POST BETWEEN U. S.AND FULL PARTICULARS
though this does not mean, necessarily ITALY IS TEMPORARILY -
that it is to be a Stagg party.- SUSPENDED ON --
Lakeland Telegram. ACCOUNT OF WAR REMEMBER THE DATE I
o The postoffice authorities at Washington .
-KING AND COUNTRY have sent out information that
NEEDS YOU. the postal adminstration of Italy ad- l ,
Ten thousand is all the men Canada vised the department by cablegram : I
asks now for a fourth contingent. In received May 24, that he parcel post r 'ar
view of Lord Kitchener's request for service between Italy and the United .

300.000 Canada might well have made States is temporarily suspended and .
:, it 20,000. Do not if able to go, hold postmasters must decline to receive
back. Your king and country need parcel post packages for mailing toItaly
you.-Stratford (Ont.) Beacon. i until further advised. Such parcel i ?
o I post packages for Italy as have :- -
been mailed or which may be mailed
THOUGHT FOR
hereafter will be = 0
TilE DAY. inadvertently returned -
to the senders and the -
Blessed are they who have the gift postage !1 -
prepaid on said packages refunded to .r-
of making friends for it is one ofGod's -=
the senders if application is made in 1
gifts. It involves things
but above all the many accordance with section 461, postal v .
power of going out laws and regulations. FOR RENT AND SALEThe
of one's self and seeing and appreciating -
whatever is noble and loving in
another-Exchange. I RAISES FINE PEACHES
0 I Mr. A. M. McConnell, from Hiwas- I
Isn't it glorious to handle the wheelof see, who is one of the live factors in Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America .
the development of that section
,
a six cylinder, to guide the machine in Orlando yesterday with several was' Street. Lot 67V x332. House is modern and contains
around sharp curves, to feel it respond crates of his fine peaches which finda .
to every movement of your ready market in this section at remunerative seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and '

wrist to hear the of the prices. Mr. McConnell!\ ,
purring per- has sold fifty crates in Orlando this bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. -.ThH
fectly timed engine, and know that season. He will market over eight

you have it in your power to travel at hundred crates. The soil in that part I
express train speed and then to awaken of western Orange is fine and Friend
Mack understands how to apply scien-
'
and find you have worn the threads
\ tific methods. I II
off the cap of one of the posts on your

brass beadstead! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I


HOW TO LIVE.It o WANTED-To make ladies' hair S.Y.WAYInsurance I -"\
is the hardest thing to live just
I switches puffs and curls; made
the right way on this green earth. from the combings of your own hair.
For instance here is one of Thomas Prices reasonable work
; guaranteed. I f
Davidson's twenty maxims, "Be on Mrs. E. Roberts, 307 Hughey street. and Real Estate AgentI DICKSONIVES N CO. '
earth what good people hope to be int ,5-30-3t*
heaven;" that is, be without a flaw. I -
But if it were possible, and one saw
t wherever he went what is good be- LOST My Jersey cow dark red, PHONE 172 k
white spots, fat, milking. Strayed
cause he himself is good this oldJ
world would change to heaven immediately from pasture on 26th inst., 18 Mark DEPARTMENT STORE.
-to him. So the way for one street, C. B. Thornton Place. Infor-

to be happy, rich, noble, pure, honest, mation and return home, and receive* .M .
J brave, true, calm and all the other virtues reward. Jack Brennan. 5-30-3t
: is just to start a little heaven on ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
his own account and fill it full of his FOR SALE-My famous Duroc Jersey service of
of true never-failing
own beautiful life. People will laugh hog (The Shrew), with pigs. The Store courtesy -
t at this idea, but it is all as practicalas Also my Duroc-Poland China boar of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
picking up a stone or breaking a (Beechy-ootsie). Will sell both for
at pricesr'c.
stick. The great sin of this world is $.10 NOW. Also Berkshire and Poland right ;
I I' putting off to heaven what can be China shoats 4 months old, $6.50a
p done on earth.-Columbus (Ohio) head. C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. a-

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,oSl,.. I1E SOCIAL-CALENDAR At The ChurchesPENTECOST 5 Cent

Sunday. May 30.
church dedication: Sunrise TABERNACLEBible .. MMIMIMIIMONDAY'S Mill It many couples during the next sixty days and those who send

i x 6:30; morning worship, school, 9:30 a. m.; Albert PROGRAM out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens
'f':utist; afternoon service, 3:00; even- "
Cook, superintendent.
Majestic. "The Double Deception.
1r.i J | at 7:30. Preaching, 10:45 a. m. A Bible GRAND Reliance. "After Twenty Years." Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. Samples and prices
f
Grant Post No. 10, G. A. R.,
,..#r. memorial services at Orlando cemetery reading on tithing. Beauty. "Which Would You Be'!" are furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper
services, 7:30 m.
Evening p. Keystone. "Our
Comedy, Country
r 2:30 o'clock. All welcome." Cousins. thing lv ordering from them.
. Monday May 31. Chas. Mitchell, class leader. We Mutual service
are running now.
Civic League, 3:30 o'clock, at Mrs.T. .
I See those
Keystone comedies. ,
Warlow's residence. Business ST. LUKES CATHEDRALThe TOMORROW
session followed by interesting pro- Very Rev. H. P.. Remsen, dean.
.
gram.Young Trinity Sunday. HORSES AXD :MULES HAVE ARRIVED -
Matrons Card Club, bridge The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. FOR THE AUCTION
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luncheon Yowell-Duckworth Roof Morning prayer and Sunday school, SALE THIS TUESDAYIagruder's
Garden. 9:45 a. m. ALICE JOYCEIN
Miss Augusta Wright will entertainthe The Holy Communion and sermon, ) Stables has received a
Bachelor Girls ---- --
at luncheon. I - -- --- -
11 a. m.Evening. car load of good strong farm horses I
Tuesday, June 1. prayer will be said at 4:30p. and mules, that are to be sold this' ::: 0&r- JI CiI
Regular business
and lawn
f meeting m., instead of 7:30 as usual. THE MAYOR'S SECRETARYA Tuesday at auction to the highest and i
3 o'clock Mrs Ives. li-I'
party at S. E. I
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"GET IT AT ALLEN'S1TABLE
best bidder.
Those who have seen J.II
Closing exercises of St. Joseph'sAcademy
CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARYALLIANCE Kalem Special Feature
complete the stock
II at 8 o'clock, Convent Hall. pronounce them a very use- !
Wedding, :Miss Augusta Wright to ful lot of good business horses and
Services usual. in two
as parts."HEARSTSELIG mules.
I They are all in hard working
Mr. Louis Hewitt at home of the
Sunday school at 2:30 m.
p.
condition
ready for the hot summer
bride's
mother, Mrs. Marian C.
Preaching at 3:30 m.
p. business. A couple of extra fine sad-
Wright. 8 o'clock.Wednesday
Mid-week prayer meeting at 7:30p. dlers are in the drove, and some big
June 2.
,
Stratton-Eichner Thursday.. NEWS PIG mules. The stock can be seen and
wedding at Geneva. Come and bring the children,
espe- tried by any one who is interested
Mrs. Waters Howe and Miss Mary cially to the Sunday school.CHRISTIAN TORIAL" until
S' Guernsey will entertain at Miss satisfied of the goodness of the
Guernsey's! home in honor of Miss I -o- animal. They will be sold privatelyor
SCIENCE Portraying all the important they will make exchanges ifou
Antoinette
Slemons, at 3:30.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
so desire. On
Tuesday evening I
every
Country Twentieth Club Century dance.Club, Mrs M. O. Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Ancient events of the day."AUNTIE'S remaining horse or mule will be soldto
and Modern Necromancy, alias
Dovel hostess. close them out, no matter what
Thursday, June 3. Mesmerism" and Hypnotism, De- price they bring If you need a good L ,--
nounced. horse or mule of kind, don't : 11O
Annual any miss
picnic for pupils of St. Joseph's
-
I Wednesday evening service at 7:45. this opportunity.An .
Academy. Third floor, corner South Orange I
Friday, June 4. avenue and Church street. Entranceon PORTRAIT"A
Anniversary reception for Dr.and Mrs. I Church street. ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a SILVERWARE 0
Stagg, 8 o'clock, at Presbyterian. --0- Vitagraph Comedy.A safe investment.Lucerne.
lecture room. FIRST )METHODIST} CHURCH in chests for presentation purposes _
Saturday, June 5. Corner Main and Jackson streets. or silver tea sets, odd pieces, etc, all
POVERTY John B. Ley, pastor. of the latest designs and best qualityare
SOSIIUL PROVED Bible school, 9:45; a. m. on display at our store and we incite -
GREAT .
SUCCESS.The Preaching at 11 a. m., by the pas- SPLENDID BILL you to come and examine these
poverty "soshul" given by the articles. They are really works of
young ladies of Mrs. S. E. Ives' Sun tor.Junior
League, 3 p. m. art and yet most moderately priced.
day school class Friday night was a
Senior League, 6:30 p. m.
attended great success.and Quite a large crowd No preaching services in the even- 5 cents 10 cents I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
a good sum was raised.
ing as this congregation will join with ,
The young ladies of the class acted I'the Baptists in the opening and dedi- THERE WILL BE NO PERFORMANCE t! rJJ]

as policemen who came and in promptly attire contrary arrestedany to cation of their beautiful new church.CATHOLIC AT THE LUCERNE THEATRE L ,IOI AJh .

,. the "rules and regulashuns" and -0-- j
CHURCH
hauled them before TOMORROW. THE THEATRE
a Judge Nevin Trinity Sunday. STEP BY STEI-
.A Sloan, who imposed the prescribed Sunday school, 9 a. m. WILL BE CLOSED FOR AN INDEFINITE -
.1 fines. Mrs. Magruder, Jr., Mrs. Alston have we climbed in thepaint business
Mass
and 10
sermon
a. m. .
Haile, Miss Eliza Wright. Miss Benediction, 7:30 p. m. PERIOD. THE THEATRE 1 until now we are at the top. Hard
Susie Magruder, Miss Eva McQua- All welcome. voik, honest prices, fair dealing and
ters, contributed beautiful vocal se- WILL BE RENOVATED AND -
lections to the musical BAPTIST 0A -- pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
program.
CHURCH IMPROVED BIG ATTRACTIONSFOR contributed to :
Punch and home made cake were our success. Every
Dedication of the new church. Ex-
served. ercises begin at 6CO in the morning THE COMING P.LLxn article you purchase from us is backedby
-0-- with sunrise prayer meeting. Sermonat our personal guarantee. Just
SOROSIS TO HOLD WINTER
SEASON HAVE BEEN
OPEN AID MEETING.The 10:45. Mass meeting at 3 p. m. / name your wants and leave the rest

regular business meeting of Preaching at 7:30 p. m. ------ -- BOOKED AND TilE CLOSING OF !OUSE to us.
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Sorosis will be held Tuesday, June 1, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THE THEATRE IS NECESSITATEDFOR PAINT Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
at 3 o'clock on the lawn of Mrs S. E. Sunday school and morning services I
Ives Sr., instead of an all day picnicas at the usual hours. No evening ser REASON THAT CHANGES 205 S. Orange Avenue .
planned. Luncheon
will be -
in the cool of the evening. All served mem vices. The congregation will unite in ROOf GARDEN( ARE IMPERATIVE.

\;.. bers to and meet season at 3 o'clock.members are requested worship at the Baptist church. I i_ COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 :;I

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TO SING ATPRESBYTERIAN WINTER GARDEN I
CHURCH. 1 TOMORROWRex ]

The many friends and acquaintances Tampa.-Lieut. Albert S. Thompson a
of Mrs A. R. Ilafle, of Palatka, of the police force, who was ins
will be pleased to know that she i charge of the police department during FRANK A. CURTIS! WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J
to sing at he Presbyterian church this the absence of Chief S. T. Wood. J'I
mornincr. Mrs Haile has a voice of ward in Cincinnati attending the annual -
unusual depth and sweetness. convention of International Po- Drama, 2 reels, Ben Wilson, Established 1886
lice Chiefs, was called suddenly to
SOCIETY NOTES the bedside of his mother, who is se- Dorothy Phillips.
OF INTEREST.Miss riously ill at her home in Winter Gar
:Margaret\ Hart, who has been den, this state. : RENE HAGGARD JOURNEYS CURTIS j
visiting MrsIferbert Lattner, i in In the absence of Lieut. Thompson, & O'NEAL
Ocala, has returned home.0 Lieut. Ferguson will have charge of his duties until the return to this city
\ Misses Rachel and Elise Harris left of Chief Woodward next week. Big U Drama, Edna liaison .1
yesterday afternoon
for Sanford
.'. where bot. they will visit Mrs. Frank Tal- NOTICE! I "ROSES AND THORNS" INSURANCE t LOANS ,

Beginning tomorrow the Lucerne j
Mr. II. J. Lobean will leave tomorrow theatre will close its doors in order to I
for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, his old- make necessary repairs for the han Sterling Comedy. REAL ESTATE RENTALS 1
dling of large legitimate attractionscoming
home
to look after important busi
ness matters. He will be joined later here next season, among which "COUNTING OUT THE j
by Mrs. Lobean, daughters and son, may be mentioned"Henry W. Savage'sproduction
in Colorado, where they will spend the "Sari. COUNT"
summer, returning to Orlando in the GRAND AMUSEMENT: CO.,
.... early fall. By Mac Tallman, Mgr

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at Pine CasiJe,..- or stock of for light second hand car. Pine Castle For Sale
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DAYTONA E CUHTEL IM.PROVEMEXTS .
ESTATE TRANSFERS !I BOARDMAN BLOCK BEING IMPROVED OPEN LETTERFor
several we have been
years

May 17-May 28 Daytona Beach, May 29. I I I A force of men under Contractor testing out Valspar, Valentine's fam- THE SCENIC WAY

W. E. Gore to. Rosa A. Lumsden, B. J. Lord are improving the Board- ous all round varnish, and have proven ;
Editor of the Morning Sentinel:
lot; $2,000. We have recently purchased the I man building and the alterations will its extraordinary meritorious qual- Via Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville

Gertrude C. McDade to Henry M. Daytona Beach hotel and will keep it amount to several thousand dollars. ities beyond all our expectations. We Through a thousand miles Wonderland to Pacific Coast
Schreck lot. The building is being extended fifteen have increased our stock of the same I and the
the round. We are making -I
Geo. Anderson to W. E. Walker, 5 open year feet in the rear. There will be four to meet the growing demand and have I
improvements, redecoratingand
many I I I rooms instead of the two at present. now added a line of Valentine's automobile EXPOSITIONSYou
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lots.W. refurnishing the hotel throughout -
P. Verning and wife to Trustees doing everything for the interestsof i These rooms have been rented, but finishes and Val-Enamel, their have always wanted to see the "Golden West." wh_
Oakland-Winter Garden school, lot. our guests. Mr. Boardman said yesterday he was wonderful white, the superior of any I. not take advantage of the low rates and excellent train ser-
J. D. Eckles and wife to Ocoee Cit- 1 not in a position to give the names of enamel made either imported or doi i vice offered by theNashville
I We have had many years of expe-
Growers' Ass'n., lot. the tenants. mestic. ![
rus rience, doing a large business in Daytona : Chattanooga & St. Louis Railwayand
Fred R. Killburn to H. Carl Dann, Beach for the past two winter Our great claims for it are its superior connections and go now on the Dixie Flyer!

lots.P. seasons and had a successful businessat working qualities, superior dur- Tickets on sale daily until Nov. 30, 1915, and bear final limit
F. Laubach to H. lathers, the Erie Beach hotel at Erie Empire Hotel able whiteness and long life, for either three months from date of sale and permit of liberal stop-
16 1-2 acres, $1,000. interior or exterior use. In addingthe overs and side trips.
.
Beach, Canada, last summer.W.
Frank H. Davis and wife to Jno. Valentine line to our big stock of
.
F. AYRES. 1'C. & St. L Agents
M. Goode, 80 acres. painting and decorating materials we know how to arrange a
David B. Stewart to Geo. W. Tib- rn SPECIAL rnc are simply maintaining our standardof 4 \ Trip of comfort and delight
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SPLENDID BERMUDA ONIONS -
betts 8.87 acres. DUG SUNDAY DINNER 3U getting for our customers every- for you,and their
Jas. D. Mitchell to Geo. W. Tib- thing that's better as fast as it comes
Hon. Geo. W. Crawford the Senti- help costs you nothineDescriptive
out. When patronize the I ? a
betts, lot.Frank you
nel's old and esteemed friend, was a Cream of Chicken p,, ,) folder
H. Davis and wife to Geo. "Pioneer" you will get the best the = >
recent caller at the office and left Sweet Pickles mailed free, with fun!>
W. Tibbetts, lot. market affords, and our 30 years experience ]
1, \ information ,.
samples of his Bermuda onions whichare as to fare
G. E. Smith to Geo. W. Tibbetts, Sliced Tomatoes is at your service. We're i li
as fine as the agricultural editor aj t 1 : \ expenses, route, sleeper -
lot. Baked Sea Trout, Fine Herbs always glad to see you at' Finley'sPioneer d- t ''
ever saw, twenty-one of them weighing reservations; and all
J. D. Reneker to Ferdinand E. Tay- Sauce corner Pine and Court, oppo-
eleven pounds and seven ounces. travel particular-
lor, lot. site postoffice.
Mr. Crawford did not have a very Roasted Potatoes ,., Communicate h
C. S. Van Houten to Wm. F. Lud-
wig, lot.Isaac. large acreage, he simply cultivated a Fricassee of Chicken WHITE WAY FOR LAKE LUCERNE J. A. Von Dohlen.Fla. .
small patch with his other garden with Dumplings: Pas". Atrt I 14? W
Gray and wife to A. P. Hub- --
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truck around his home at :; -
Conway,
'y St.. ;
Bay Jm'ksonntle.;
bard lot; $2,250. x Barbecue Leg of Pork Contractor Lindsay yesterday in-
Jos. Cusworth to Elizabeth Cus- but he intends to considerably increase Brown Sauce stalled a number of white way octag- Dixie Flyer Leases Jacksonville, 8.30 p. m. Dail>'.
his acreage before the next
worth, 10 acres. onal reinforced cement posts around
planting.ARCADE. Roast Prime Ribs of Beef,
Thos. Wilson to J. W. Jones, 40 on Gravy Lake Lucerne. The posts are being

acres. Reano Cake, Vanilla Sauce placed 135 feet apart. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
T. Elwood Zell to Wm. B. Smith, 20 /
New Potatoes en Cream RESORT I
acres. .
Chester Kennison to Mary C. Cal- I' Buttered Beets Montreat, among the big mountainsof

houn, 40 acres.J. Steamed Rice June Peas North Carolina, is unique. Private
A. Mayer to C. R. Shumaker, 20 family has high class accommodationsfor
MILKDEPOT Creamed Onions a few desirable adult guests. I I
acres; $6,000.Mahlon Maple Mouse Maple Cake Large, comfortable new house; run- ORLANDO ROOFING
Gore to W. C. McLean, lot. Cocoanut Pie ning water in each room; sleeping I
A. W. Mason and wife to G. N. Cheese and CrackersTea porches; unexcelled home cooking. V AND
Particulars, address "Birdwood," Box I
Denning, lot. Coffee 27, Montreal N. C. 5-16-S10t
II. A. Shreve and wife to Florida SHEET METAL CO.
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Sanitarium and Ben. Ass'n., lot.

Robt. A. Barkley to Jas. W. Clarke,

lot; $1,000.Jas. BUTTER MILK Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
S. Jonett to Jos. Y. Cheneyand

wife, lot. Fresh Every Day. and Rubber RoofingsCornices

Calvin D. Christ to Mary W. Scott,
5c. glass
lot.C. per ra l Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
P. Allen and wife to Claude 25c. per gallon ll 1 M -- ---

Allen, lot.Bauer .
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
CREAM AND MILK: : -
Bros. Co. to Nannie B. Giles,

. 40 acres; $300. BUTTER
Conoley & Overstreet to II.. C. I
Slathers 40 acres. Fresh Homemade -

Chas. E. Herrman and wife to F. L.
SANDWICHES See the California Expositions
Ewing 40.4 acres; $500.PRESBYTERIANS .

PIES AND CAIESARCADE The Orlando Meat Market '

ADJOURN The great Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, the

Panama-California Exposition at San Diego, the Mission Play at
T. A. YANCY. Manager
Newport News Va.-The fifty-fifth Los Angeles and the Golden State at its l>e
general assembly of the Presbyterian MILK DEPOT Visit the orange groves that are of so much interest any Floridian -
Dealer in
Wholesale and Retail Choicec
church of the South ended here to- ; study the methods of the California growers. Thus you may

day, the final session being devoted make the trip worth bile as well as one of pleasure. Florida and Western Meats

largely to the presentation of com- MRS. E. M. PARRY Direct and Diverse Routes

mittee reports. The next general as- $80.50 Low Rates Trains $89.00 J : Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

sembly of the church will be held at I F...,......,.,... ; Superb f.T.-...........
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Orlando, Fla., May 18, 1916. Specials for Satur- Choice of three gateways-:New Orleans St. Louis and Chicago t Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

The assembly adopted a resolution Choice of many routes-going one way-returning; another. Fast

1. for the creation on November 9, 1915, day and MondayFlour I through trains with only one change rn route. Personally conducted PHONES l Business Residence (135 133 Cor. Orange P. O.Ave.BOX226 and Church St.

at the Presbyterian church, Bristol, tours independent parties or individual trips.
Va.-Tenn. of the Synod of Appa- I Only Si>0.f 0 round trip Jacksonville to San Francisco and return

lachia. This synodvill embrace the 24 lb sack ________$1.00 with stop-orer privileges route and free side trip to San Iiegofrow

contiguous mountainous sections of Flour 12 lb. sack __________50c Los Angeles. Proportionately low rates from all other points. J

North Carolina Tennessee Virginiaand Fancy Prunes and Peaches, -

Kentucky.One lb. 13c., 2 Ibs for ________25c Summer Excursions North and WestSolid I WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ?
Tomato Catsup pint bottle17c
of the reports presented steel I trains, comfortable roaches, modern sleepers, superiordining
Scratch Feed Meal and To OUlCUstolTlelS
showed contributions for foreign mis- ,
car service to Chicago Cincinnati Lo.i.sville, St. Louis and:
Grits 9 Ibs. for _________25c
sions amounting to $54 ,162 : "
duringthe New Orleans
connections there for every part of North and 'VestFourtrainsclailvSouth Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 3Gin. x 72 in., in
Nice Hams lb. ________
18c
past The number of mis- per
year. Atlantic Limited loCiii'Mnnati and Loui'i t soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre
sionaries supported by the assembly Best Breakfast Bacon, per ville;Dixie Flyer Chicago;Montgomery;: Route' Express:\ i
is 339. It was stated that in the last : Ib _____________21c. and 22c and St. Louis; :New Orleans Special to Mobile and: X Orleans. same size. Aluminium Ware?
Do use
ten years contributions to foreign Orange Blosom Honey, Bot- Choice routes is ONE L. & N. feature Many others make the you Piece set and 72 piece set Blue and
tle SOc. comb __________22c I See our 14 our
missions had increased 157 per cent. road a favoriteith travelers. For rates, reservations, illustrated Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutelyfree.
A total of $442,9S2"as contributedby Fresh Country Eggs, __doz.25c literature and full information 'phone, win; or write

the woman's auxiliary to the va- Pure Ground Coffee per lb H. C. BRETNEY Florida Passenger Agent I .
CallFINLEY'S
rious activities of the church in the 18c., 23c. and 28c PIONEERand

past twelve months, a gain of $32,559 Good Rice per lb. ___6c. and 7c Louisville and Nashville Railroad

over the total received last!' year. The Good Tomatoes per can 5c., 7c. 134 f/. Bay St. (Bell Phone 167)), Jacksonville, Florida see our Premium Table.

largest single appropriation from the 8c., 10c., and 12c. Corner Pine and Court St. 1T'e. 67
Honest measure and weights. ,, .
fund for any one activity was $105-
570 for foreign missions.

BUILDING PERMITS Cash Grocery Co. plt@J@ ) Sentinel Want' Ad ,

Try
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Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.

May 21-May 28 __

A. II. Zittrower, 3 addition i-
room ;

t $175. USEFUL GIFTS fOR ; iil
GRADUATES
dence Ida;Lee$300.E. Austin. alteration to resi-

Bowman 2 room house; $125.

A- Y. Fuller, 6 room, 2 story house
May be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction Booksof
,
lot cement 4; $1,500.blocks J.in F. Willcox Ange addition, Poems Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty books SUPPLY CO.
contractor
APOPKA
SOUTH

church J. W., house Jordan shingle, pastor roof A. cement M. E. made Cards for for gift sending purposes.to graduates We also either have separately special Congratulation or to accom- .

pany other gifts. 5c. lOc. and loc. each.
foundation; $400. a

Walter Calhoun, 1 room, 12x1S feet; W. S. BRANCH, WINTER GARDEN, FLA.

$15.W.. O. Hall, auto garage Patricks THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE !
!
addition; $40.
O. S. Robinson alteration on resi- A!

dence; $150.TRIBUTES. SPRAYING Can supply your want in every


TO :MEMORY: ALFREDG. thing to eat and wear. New things
For White and
VANDERBILTNew Fly Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites

York.-Tributes to the memory infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur and good things always, Give us
Compound.
of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, who per- "
ished with the sinking of the steam- These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings j a trial. '

ship Lusitania, were paid today in can be done at one and the same time. This will abso..

memorial services held at the homeof lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.

his mother, Mrs. Cornelius Vander- Nothing better nothing more effective, and nothing I
bilt, here. Relatives and friends only cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying; and II I
attended the service. Mr. Vanderbilt's you will have no regrets at the end of the season.

body was jot recovered after the Lus- : SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANY ]

was itania made sank for although it. a long search 1. SCHNARR & CO., Manufacturers



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g; COME EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTIONS. GREAT JUNE SALE OF BEAUTIFUL SUMMER 1 ART DEPARTMENT


NEW SPRING SUITS at Lowest Prices in the City. DRESSESDainty We have room only to mention a few of the won-

$25.00 Suits, June Sale Price _______________$19.50 derful Bargains in this department but every article will
Voiles in Stripes and Figured Effects. A be marked at a great reduction during our great June
$30.00 Suits, June Sale Price _______________$22.50 wonderful showing of these popular summer dresses so Sale.
$32.00 Suits, June Sale Price ___________.:__$23.75 much in demand at this season of the year. These dres-
$35.50 and $35.00 Suits, June Sale Price _____$24.50 ses are in the very latest, smartest modes. Special and all Pansy our Zephyrs Lyon Brand Germantown, Golden Fleece and '

$37.50 Suits, June Sale Price ______________ $26.75 Some in white, natural linen and all the leading Wools, in June Sale, and___Saxony_________lOc
shades -------------
h smart, jaunty and new. They reperesnt every
i LADIES' LIGHT WEIGHT COATS, A rare opportunity late whim of Dame Fashion. All go at exceptional low Largest Asortment t of Royal Society Floss and
prices in our great June Sale. Princess Floss ever shown in this city, all colors -

v to save. special in our June Sale, per dozen _________19cPILLOW'
i { $7.50 Coats, June Sale Price ________________$5.40 LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
TOPS, all complete with silk _to
$11.50 Coats, June Sale Price _______________$8.85 work, 25c. reay
Charming blouses in many of the favorite styles for quality ---------------____________19c
$13.00 Coats, June Sale Price _______________$9.65 all
summer wear, included are Georgette Crepes, over em- PACKAGE PATTERNS of all kinds, special dur-
$15.00 Coats, June Sale Price ______________$11.10 broidered Lingerie, Georgette and Lace Combinations, in ing this sale at one-half price.
$16.00 Coats, June Sale Price ______________$11.25 white, white and black, and white and colored effects, all

$18.00 Coats, June Sale Price ______________$13.35 at June Sale Prices.MILLINERY.

$20.00 Coats, June Sale Price ______________$14.80 GREAT JUNE SALE OFMen's

: $25.00 Coats, June Sale Price ______________$19.65
$27.00 Coats, June Sale Price ______________$20.50LADIES' DEPARTMENTThis Ladies'and Children's ShoesJust

SKIRTS. at the right time when so many people are
department will contribute its part to the success -
of the June Sale. You will find the best line thinking of new shoes, comes this announcement by the
great
ideasin Silks
All sizes and newest style Serges, Pop BIG STORE of this great June Sale, in which hundreds
of styles and ideas in at
lin, Golfine, Panamas, and Gabardines. before new heard of in the new Millinery prices never of pairs of strictly seasonable shoes will be sold at re-

:/f *t $5.00 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$4.35 Argument is city. and detailed description ductions that you will not see duplicated in a long, long
** _______________ unnecessary while.
$6.00 Skirts, June Sale Price $:).25 would be superfluous; these beautiful hats at these prices

$7.50 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$5.95 were never equalled, will never be surpassed, no store MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS

$8.50 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$6.20 will approach these wonderful bargains. ____C. H. Alden's Men's and Boys' Shoes and Oxfords
$10.00 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$7.95 Pattern Hats, beautiful copies of the real French in all leathers.

$12.50 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$9.65 models. $6.00 quality for -------------------_______$4.75
Regular price $29.50, June Sale Price ______$11.50 -___$5.00 quality for ------------------_______$3.85
WASH SKIRTS Regular Price $28.00, June Sale Price _______$10.90 $4.00 Boy's Shoes and Oxfords ____________ $2.95
Materials of Cordoroy, Ratine, Gargardines and Lin- Regular Price $27.50, June Sale Price ________$9.98 $3.50 Boys Shoes and Oxfords ----------------__$2.75
Regular Price $25.00, June Sale Price ________$9.75 $2.50 Boys Shoes and Oxfords ____$2.05
in all the latest styles. ----------
ens Regular Price $23.00, June Sale Price ___: ___$9.50
$1.25 and $1.50 Skirts, June Sale Price ________98c Price FLORSHEIM: MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS, in all
Regular $22.50, June Sale Price ________$8.98
$2.00 Skirts, June Sale Price ________________$1.67 Regular Price $20.00, June Sale Price ________$8.50 leathers.
i $2.50 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$1.95 Regular Price $13.50, June Sale Price ------__$7.25 $6.00 value, June Sale Price ---------------_$5.20
$3.00 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$2.45 $5.00 value, June Sale Price --------------___$4.30

$3.50 Skirts, June Sale Price ________________$2.85 lie lot of Ladies Trimmed Hats, all beautifullate ALDEN, WALKER & WILDE MEN'S SHOES AND

C $4.00 Skirts, June Sale Price ________________$3.40 I styles, values up to $5.00. Your OXFORDS.
** $5.00 Skirts, June Sale Price _______________$-1.00 choice in June Sale ----------------____$1.98 $5.00 value, June Sale Price ------------___$3.80 .
$4.00 value, June Sale Price ------------____$3.35

CHURCHILL & ALDEN, FELLOWCRAFTMen's

LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES One lot of Ladies Trimmed Hats, latest : Shoes and Oxfords in all leathers. _
One Lot of Ladies House Dresses, made of very
$4.00 value, June Sale Price
\ styles and shapes, values to $7.)0 $3.39
----
up -------------
and Percales, all sizes, $1.00
Gingham choice in June Sale ______________$3.95 $3.50 value, June Sale Price __2.90
your ------------- a
value, June Sale Price ___________________58c
FAIRFIELD :MEN'S AND BOYS SHOES AND

OXFORDS. :
$1.25 House Dresses, June Sale Price _________99c Three dozen new Mannish Sailors, all the $2.50 value, June Sale Price $2.15 ;
rage ------------
\\ i$ $1.50 and $1.75 Dresses, June Sale Price ______$1.29 in New York. We have them in all col- $2.00 Boys, June Sale Price -------------IIII$1.70 1
|K; ;; ; $2.00 House Dresses, June Sale Price ________$1.65: ors, $5.00 quality, Sale Price ____$2.89 $1.50, Boys, June Sale Price -------- __II$1.20 '
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!' ** $2.50 House Dresses. June Sale Price ________$1.93

Special Lot :Men's Shoes and Oxfords, Flor- i
One lot of just thirteen Winter Suits
cart sheim, Churchill and Alden, and Alden .j
j j .ried over last winter, which we will giveto JUVENILE DEPARTMENT Walker & Wilde.
our customers at a price never before
Values up to $5.00, in all leathers, Sale 1
heard of. These suits
are made of the
Price
SECOND FLOOR ----------------------------____$2.60 !
very best materials, and worth up to 1 1LADIES'

$37.50, your choice at ----_____________$6.35
Quality you can't equal, prices you can't beat. Pea SHOES AND OXFORDS, Wichert & Gardiner .1
ple who come to our Boy's Department find the advan- Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords, in all leathers.

r",rfa f tages we offer, our qualities, our low prices, our splendid $6.00 value, June Sale Price: -----------______$5.00 1
1 ', One"jS eight Evening Capes, all good assortments are facts, not theories. That is why you $5.00 value, June Sale Price -:_---------_____$4.15 ;

slices: worth up to $12.50 for -----_____$4.90 ought to come to our GREAT JUNE SALE. $4.50 value, June Sale Price ----------_______$3.90 1 1 I
BOY'S WOOLLEN SUITS, Ages from 2'/2 to 18 years. Red Cross Ladies Shoes and Oxfords and Pumps in allleathers.

$3.50 Suits, June Sale Price ________________$2.48 .
One lot of six long Black Wool Coats. These $4.00 Suits, June Sale Price _________________$2.98 $5.00 value, June Sale Price -------------____$4.15 ,,'_" I
I are execeptional values, your choice $2.95 I $5.00 Suits, June Sale Price ________________$3.75 $4.50 value, June Sale Price ------------_____$3.90 -
$6.00 Suits, June Sale Price ________________$4.48 $4.00 value, June Sale Price -------------___$3.20E. 1
$8.00 Suits, June Sale Price ______________$5.98 P. Red & Co., Ladies Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords
$10.00 Suits, June Sale Price ______________ $7.49 inn ;
I LADIES GAUZE VESTS, regular lOc. quality $12.00 Suits, June Sale Price _____________ $8.98 all leathers. ''
June Sale Price ----- _________6cLADIES' I $5.00 value, June Sale Price _________________$4.15 .
-------- BOYS SPRAGUE MADE WASH SUITS $4.00 value, June Sale Price _________________$3.20 -

50 cent Suits, June Sale Price ________________39c $3.50 value, June Sale Price _______________$2.90 "
75 cent Suits, June Sale Price _______________69c $3.00 value, June Sale Price _________________$2.20 ':
if F GAUZE VESTS, regular 15c. quality $1.25 Suits, June Sale Price __________________98c Irving Drew Co. Ladies Shoes
+ June Sale Price ------------_________ lOc $1.50 Suits, June Sale Price _________________$1.19 al leathers.., Pumps and Oxfords, in )

$2.00 Suits, June Sale Price _________________$1.48
$3.50 Suits, June Sale Price $2.48 $4.50 value, June Sale Price _________________$3.90 E
____ $4.00 value, June Sale Price -________________$3.20 :1:
CHILDRENS DRESSES-HALF PRICE $6.00 Suits, June Sale Price ____________$4.48CHILDREN'S
J. Landis Ladies and Misses Shoes, Pumps and Oxfordsin
t Made of Gingham, Percales Chambrays and ROMPERS -

Linens in plain and fancy colors, plaids, 50 cent Rompers, June Sale Price _____________44c all leathers. ;'i
checks and stripes, .all sizes from 2 to 75 cent Rompers June Sale Price _____________69c $3.00 value, June Sale Price -----------_____$2.20 :
14 Years. $1.25 Rompers, June Sale Price _______________9Sc $2.50 value, June Sale Price ---------_______$1.90 '':
75c. quality, June Sale Price -----______37 i/2c $1.50 Rompers, June Sale Price ______________$1.19 $2.00 value, June Sale Price -------__________$1.65
$1.00 quality, June Sale Price ______50c $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ---------_____$1.20 j
------ SHIRTS AND BLOUSES FOR LITTLE MEN
SI. 5 quality! June Sale Price___--------62Y2c & Bell Brands. Kaynee C. H. Aborn, Ladies Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords

$2.00$1.50 quality quality,, June June Sale Sale Price Price -------_-1$1.01 75c 50c. quality, June Sale Price _________________44c. $4.00 value, June Sale Price, ----------______$3.20
$3.00 quality, June Sale Price ------ __ $1.00 quality, June Sale Price _________________89cBOY $3.50 value, June Sale Price ----------_____$2.90
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f. -------- $1.50 $3.00 value, June Sale Price -------------____$2.20
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One lot 50c. Hats, June Sale Price ______:_____39c i Special Lot Misses and Childrens Shoes
;; ; SILK ,
KIMONAS One lot $1.00 Hats, June Sale Price ___________69c Pumps, and Oxfords, values up to $3.00,
This is the best line of Kimonas ever brought to Orlando BOYS PANTS | Sale Price __$1.15
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and will be sold at the folowing low prices: 50 cent quality, June Sale Price -______________42c
$4.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price ------____$2.98 75 cent quality, June Sale Price _____________ 69c
$5.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price :_ _$3.98 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ---____________89c Special Lot Red Cross, E. P. Reed, Wichert
---- j.-- $1.25 quality, June Sale Price & Gardiner & Drew, Shoes, Pumps and
$6.50 Silk Kimonas, June Sale \ -95c
Price _______ __
$-1.98 $2.00 quality, June Sale Price ----___________$1.48 Oxfords, values up to $5.00, in all leathers -
$7.50 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price _______ 1 $5.48 Sale Price __
-- Boys Bathing Suits, Base Ball Suits al at Special ---------------------- $2.00
$8.00 Silk Kimonas, June\Sale. Price ______J--$6.49 Low Plices.IIHIilllllMililililiiMtllllMlltOMiaMIMIt. ..

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,J&mJS, Lively Buying for the Month of June.


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/ ** Now, Listen. Take a tip. Don't miss this sale as our beatiful $50,000 stc : '


grade Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Draperies, China Ware and in fact everyth'i' i

t wish for to furnish your home from the kitchen to the parlor is at :


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t :DRESSERS AT JUNE SALE PRICES LIBRARY SUITS IRON BEDS f

$12.50 Solid Oak Dresser, June Sale Price ____7.49 Fumed Oak, 3 pieces, $25.00 value, June Sale $4.50 Beds, any size, June .
$14.00 Solid Oak Dresser, June Sale Price____9.98 Price ___________________________________$19.98 $5.50 Beds, any size, June *
$20.00 Solid Oak Dresser, June Sale Price __$15.98 $35.00 value, June Sale Price _____________$27.98 ,
$9.00 Beds, any size, June :\ 'k: *f
$25.00 Solid Oak Dresser, June Sale Price$18.49
WILLOW FURNITURE
$36.00 Solid Oak Dresser, June Sale Price _$29.98 BRASS BEDS
$25.00 Mahogany Dresser, June Sale Price$18.98 $15.00 quality, June Sale Price ____________$9.98 Brass Beds June S. _
$65.00 ,
$36.00 Mahogany Dresser, June Sale Price __$29.89 $6.00 quality, June Sale Price _______________$4.00 :
$45.00 Mahogany Dresser, June Sale Price __$36.98 $7.00 quality, JuneSale Price ______________$4.89 $ 5.00 Brass Beds, June 't -
$48.00 Mahogany Dresser, June Sale Price $38.00 $10.50 quality, June Sale Price _____________$8.49 MATTRESSES -
$75.00 Mahogany Dresser, June Sale Price __$55.00 Hundreds of others to select from at Sale Prices. .
$85.00 Walnut Dresser, June Sale Price _____$59.00 Made of beautiful white cc ,, "
$50.00 Walnut Dresser, June Sale Price ____$39.50 KITCHEN CABINETS everywhere for $7.48, Jut ; ( >
Make her kitchen work easier and better. It won't $16.50 Mattress, felt, non ; ,

CHIFFONIERSSolid cost you much, and think how much happier your wife PriceTRUNKS ________________..', i .
Oak, with French Plate Glass, value at will be. We sell McDougall:: in many styles, the most
$13.50, June Sale Price __________________$9.98 complete cabinet on the market, all at sale prices. : AND BAGS
$18.50 quality, June Sale Price ________:_____$14.98 Kitchen Safe at $4.50 June Sale Price _________ $2.98 In the Great June Sale & '.. .
$17.50 quality, June Sale Price _____________$14.49 FOR WEDDING PRESENTS bags and suit cases. The '

Chiffoniers to match all dressers at Sale Prices. Here comes the bride. Make the great day of her timely offering that em: ,
LAMPS life happier by selecting a useful gift for her. She trunks, bags and suit ca, : "-
will appreciate a splendid chest filled with gleaming, questionably the greatest
$3.98 Brass Lamps, June Sale Price ___:._____$2.29 beautiful Silverware, Cut Glass, China, Brass Goods, $4.00 Trunks, June Sale 4 -
$11.50 Brass Lamps, June Sale Price __ _____$7.98
Pictures or French Tapestries, all at Sale Prices. $7.50 Trunks, June Sale J
$14.50 Cut Glass Lamp, June Sale Price _____$11.49
REFRIGERATORSCold $10.00 Trunks, June Sale :- .
ROCKERS comfort for hot days. See our little Ice King $14.50 Trunks, June Sal( .
$6.00 Fumed Rocker, June Sale Price ________$4.98 with water tank. $15.00 Trunks, June Sale ; .
$4.00 Mahogany Rocker, June Sale Price ______$2.98 June Sale Price __________________________$6.98 $15.00 Trunks, June Sale : -
$7.00 Mahogany Rocker, June Sale Price _____$5.29 $28.00 Refrigerators, June Sale Price _________$21.98 $16.50 Trunks, June Sale .
$ .Mahogany Rocker, June Sale Price _____$6.98 $13.50 Refrigerators, June Sale Price _______$9.98 $25.00 Trunks, June Sale : -
PORCH FURNITURE $10.00 Refrigerators, June Sale Price ________$7.98 $27.50 Trunks, June Sale *, <,
DINING ROOM SUIT Trunks, June Sale
$29.50
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Live out of doors, let furnish porch. Hot
us
your .
Consists of Table, 6 chairs and Buffett, Fumed Oak. .
weather will soon be here, so buy your out-of-door fur- $61.50 value, June Sale Price _______________$49.50 JUNE SALE OF ALUMINUM :
niture at Sale Prices.A .
DINING ROOM CHAIRS : Take a minute or 5 mini -.*
good Solid Maple Rocker, June Sale Price ____93c ,. .
$3.50 Rocker, June Sale Price________________$2.79 Great variety, extra special, 5 patterns to select derf ul line of fine aluminum wi *5 5 _+-
; $3.00 Rocker, June Sale Price _______________$2.27 from. These are all worth from $2.50 to $3.00. and remember it is all guac ; S
$2.50: Rocker, June Sale Price _______________$1.89 Sale Price while they last _________________$1.69 prices we are making during ,. t'
wonderfuly cheap.RUGS. '
FAVORITE STOVES AND RANGES : '.
EXTRA SPECIAL
Favorite Stoves and Ranges cost no more than inferior English China Dinner Set, 74 pieces, 3 I .-...
Ranges. Fuel Bills are cut in,half, and so are patterns to select from, beautifully dec-
prices; don't fail to see them orated, regular prices $23.98, June Sale JE' ,.' .
BUFFETS, Early English and Golden.Ook. Price for set __________________----__$11.99 I RU( j-{ .: ::: '

$35.00 Buffet, June Sale Price ----_-_______$28.98 .
$65.00 Buffet, June Sale Price ______________$49.50 EVERY SINGLE RUG IN Ole; ; -I < h
. $25.00 Buffet, June Sale Price _____________$18.98 MATTING RUGS WILL BE PRICED DOWN 1 { _; 1- '
$20.00 Buffet, June Sale Price ____________$17.98 Size 36x72, splendid line of patterns, I THAT YOU WILL WONDER ; th i
limit one to a customer, June Sale Price ____27cMATTING .
CHINA CLOSETS DO IT. COME EARLY ; I! HF" a

$46.00 quality, June Sale Price -------_______$38.50 BARGAINS. .
$30.00 quality, June Sale Price ______$24.50 RUGS 36.50, 9x12 WILTON Rl ::'
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Size 9x12, woven patterns, good designsand $22.50 9x12 AXMINISTE .
$27.00 quality, June Sale Price ____$19.98 t1'
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$16.50 quality, June Sale Price ------_______$14.49 colors, $3.50 value, June Sale Price$2.49Extra 21.50 9x12 AXMINISTE, ':::1
$16.00 quality, June Sale Price -------_.____$12.98 $28.00 9x12 AXMINISTE i : it. s '

DINING ROOM TABLES special during this sale and this $22.50 9x12 Good quality -

$15.00 quality, June Sale Price ____$11.29 sale only, Linoleum, that sells regularfor $55.00 9x12 Royal Trewa; .
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$18.00 quality, June Sale Price ____$14.00 6Qc.''ard, full pieces, not remnants, $100.00 9x12 Royal Shan; .. .
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4 Ibs FANCY ROASTED PEABURY COFFEE, 2 Cans Best Hawaiian Pine Apples $1 '
9 cans N. 2 Tomatoes _______.
value $1.40 ------------------------------_$LOO 1 can Best Salmon _______, .
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2 lbs. Best Evaporated Peaches__ 2 packages :Macaroni ___________ ) Value $1.25 1 Cake of Sapolio __________.; '
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lIb. Best Cream Cheese ______ Full Lot for 7 bars Lenox Soap r
4 Ibs. Large Prunes ( ___
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2 Ibs. Best Evaporated Apples --- 1 lb. White House Coffee --______ I 2 lbs Cekfoid Starch .---___;
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